The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1946 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS St|ne-Prugmand Wedding Mrs. Doyle Henderson Announced Here, Today • Jfc. and Mrs. H. H. Stone a»- noufece the marriage ol their daugh- •vttyMUs Wilina Len Stone, to Tho- mii Edwald Drugmnnd, son'of Mr. wxfMrs. J. I).-Drugmand of Waver-. ly, 'Kans. " • The wedding, kept secret unlil puttUc announcement today, was svWBuiized Feb. 23 in Newton, Ky., at 2he home of the Rev. 12. B, Stilts, pastor of, the First Baptise Church there.-The Rev. Mr. Sallcs offSlated. *' , * »frs. Drugniand is a member of IMC,graduating class.of BlythevlHj High School. She served us vice presidents! the Girls Civil), was iv ni«aiiber of tjie Home Economies Cliito and Glee Club and H elieer leader. H« Is a veteran of three years service in the Marine Corps, of whfch 24 months were in Die Pacific Theater. He participated In action on Okinawa, Guam nnd the Mttrshalls. Awarded. the Presiden- tial'Citation and.Nnvnl Unit Citation, he held 'the vgradc of slnfi sergeant when discharged In December. » i Mr. and Mrs. Drugmaml will leave May 2B for Whittle]-, Calif., to make .their home. • • • • Gut Is Entertained By Mrs. Cunningham Mrs. James Roy played bridge yesterday afternoon wlUi members or .Wednesday Bridge Club ..when Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was hostess to 'the group at her home, <JOS Hearn. ijhe luncheon table had a centerpiece of madonnu Miles and arrangements of cut flowers were plated throughout the home. When bridge was played, high score prize went to Mrs. Roy and second to Mrs. P. E. Black. Ha s Her Club, Guests Mrs. Doyle Henderson was hostess Tuesday afternoon to members of Tuesday Bridge Club and three other guests with a parly at hei home, 1001 West Ash. Guests other than club members were Mrs. Joe Orr of College Station, Texas, lionscgiu'sl of lier parents, Mrs. R. I. Haley and faniUy, Mrs. prank Wliitworth and Mi's W. P.'McDanlcl. ' The Henderson home was decorated with roses and bouquets of hydrangeas. Mis. McDanlel won high score iclRo pit/c and second high wcm to Mrs. Murray Smart. The hostess presented Mrs. Orr a gift. A salad plate was served. Betty Black Honored. With A Dinner Party Miss Betty Black, member of, the Blytheville High School graduating class, was complimented last night wh«n Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Morris entertained with H diner party at their home, 810 Wc.il Walnut. Many flowers decorated the house with the living room having boti- rniet.s oi hydrangeas. China cups and saucers, filled with jjanstes. were centerpieces ol the small dining tables and a corsage of red roses marked Mis* Black's place. In the bridge.games which followed dinner, Miss Mary Sue Bcr- ryman received high score prize. The bridge prize and gift for the guest of honor were while snltn handkerchief cases uml boxes of stationery were presented as favor-gifts to the eight guests. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mis. Robert E. I.ce Klni of Cleveland. Miss., nnd Miss Black's mother, Mrs. P. E. Black. Win Gosnell Scholastic Honors Cherie I'revost Cherie Prcvost, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Prevost, was valedictorian of the senior cia.ss of Gosnell High School, for which commencement exercises were held last night at the school gymnasium. Patsy Grimes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Grimes, was salulatorian. The Rev. R. Scott Bsiircl, pastor of First Christian Church, delivered the commencement address, entitled "How Important Are You?" Answering this question, the Rev. Mr. Bulrd said, "In a democracy, Patsy Grimes than anything, but no more Important than any other individual." Mrs. Dalton C. Powlston played the processional and recessional and Miss Mary Ann Parks presented u vocal solo. Other tlmn_ the valedictorian and salutalorian, ' receiving diplomas were Ruby Cain, Stella Cain, Bonnie Cook, Wynetle Dr.uiels, Wilodean Donner, Charles Hill, Rayc Lucius. Betty Jean Wooverton »:ul William McKay. Mr. McKay is a Mrs. Stevens Hostess To Chapter In Gricler The L. C. B. Young country honv: In Glider was the setting yesterday for a luncheon meeting of Chapter D, V. E. O. Sisterhood, when Mrs. C. S. Stevens was hostess to tlw group. Mrs. Stevens makes her home with Mrs. Young, her daughter. . The 16 members present were served a two-couise luncheon at small tables arranged on the porch. Bouquets of flowers decorated tables and effective floral arrangement* were placed throughout the home, In conjunction with this year's •tutly cf Russia, the group had c round table discussion of the country and its people, This was the last meeting of the chapter before meet- i InKs are discontinued for the sum- ' mer. ' Mrs. Young was a guest and also among those present was a new member, Mrs. C. P. Rambo. • • * Mrs. Lippitt Hostess To Double G Members ivfiss Frances Uttle won high score prize in bridge games Tuesday night when Mrs. John Lippitt wan hostess ,to members of DouWc G Club and other guests. • Second high went to Mrs. San- ford Boone. Other than club members, guests were Mrs. Jimmy Brooks, Mrs. William H. Pease and Miss Mary Jo Hall. Entertaining rooms were decorated with bouquets of flowers. The ho»t«wi served a dessert course. • • • • Mrs. Langdon Honored With Birthday Party Mrs. W. S. Langdon was honored last night with a surprise birthday party at the Langdon home on Highway 61 South. Her daughter, Mrs. welch Foster, was hostess. The 20 guests gathered at the Langdon home to celebrate the guest of honor's 73rd birthday. Among those present was Mrs. Alma Smith of Washington, D. C., Mrs. Langdon's daughter, who will spend the Summer here. The buffet supper served included n birthday cake. P. T. A. Will Sponsor Dance For Graduates Graduates of Blytheville Higli School will be guests of honor foi tiie final Parent Teacher Association dance of the year, to be held tomorrow night followiiv THURSDAY, MAY 23, commencement exercises. The affair, to be at The Hut, will be formal but the Mint plan, of no gifts for the girls, Is to be >ractlced tomorrow night, the P. T. A. committee amiouuctd. This dance will be the final of the school year In a series given every Friday night for high school ttucientg. Mrs. Gee to Present Woman's Club Program Mrs. Everett B. G«e will present a program on • poetry tomorrow afUrnoon, r 2:30 o'clock, for the Woman's Club meeting at the club house. The poetry she will discuss will include that of Walt Whitman, Bret Harte, James Whitcomb Riley and other famed. American authors. As another feature .of the pro- ram, Miss Margaret Shaver will, give a reading: '. ; ,. . • The public is'invited, it i^as announced by Mi's. Charles Ray Newcomb, president. • ' ' • '•'':,• ' Seniors Complimented With Afternoon Party Jere Reid, cliester Caldwell and Harry Fair, High School seniors, were complimented yesterday afternoon with'a play party at tile Hussell Fan- home, 1120 West Walnut. Hosts and hostesses were their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Max U. Reid and Mr. und Mi's. Chester Caldwell. \ The entire class of 93 graduates ' w«re Invited to this affair, plan- lied as an event of graduation week. After the guests arrived at -1 o'clock, gumes, including ping pone and badminton, wer e played a later the guests danced. Refreshments of ice cream a cake were served. Mrs. G. G. Caudill Entertains Her Club Mrs. G. O. Cuudill was hostess yesterday afternoon to members <>( Town and Country Bridge Club, all of whom were present. The Caudill home, 1100 West Walnut, was decorated with bouquets of garden flowers for the occasion. In afternoon bridge games, Ulg'i score prize went to Mrs. O. 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