The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 16, 1953
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TlVO (ARK.Y COURTKR Fat 'Mulling, Society Editor Plume 4461 Recent-Bride r Given Party The second party honoring Mrs. Clyde W. Patton who was recently married, w.-is given last night by Miss Kntherine Wcsturook at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Westbrook on Hcarn Street. Mrs. Patton is the former Mks Lets Hose Castillio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castllo. Special guests at the affair were Mrs. Castlio, Mrs. Cora Mellza, grandmother of the bride, and Mrfi. H. C, Patton, grandmother of the groom. The 22 guests attending the sliver and crystal shower were entertained in the living room, which wns decorated with bouquets of white chrysanthemums and plnk : carnations. Each of the small tables was overlaid with a cutwork cloth and centered with a miniature bouquet of white chrysanthemums. The dining room table, on which gifts were displayed, wns overlaid with a 1 white crochet cloth over green, nnd WHS centered with fl long low 'arangemcnt of white chrysanthemums, interspersed with greenery. The hostess served a. dessert course with co/fee. with the assistance of Mrs. Tommie Westbrook nnd Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr. Providing the evening's cutcrtjiln- menl, bunco wns played. Winners of the games were Miss Billie Jnne Hodgers, bunco, Miss Nora Simpson, "high, and Mrs. Ann Howard, low. For the occasion, Mrs. Patlon wns dressed In black and white, with matching accessories. Her chair svns marked with .a corsage of yellow i carnations, which she Inter pinned «t her shoulder. The hostess' gift to Mrs. Pntton was silver In her chosen pattern. Dixie Pig Scene Of Dessert Bridge Dixie Pig Drive-in's Pine Room was the scene yesterday afternoon for » dessert bridge given for members of the La Nueve Club nnd guests, who Included Mrs. W. H, O'Keefe, Mrs. Dan Bell. ' Bridge tables were centered with email bouquets of white chrysanthemums, and pie and coffee- were eerved upon the arrival of guests.' In the afternoon, during bridge games, Iced drinks were served. Winners were Mrs. Bell, first, Mrs. R. E. Green, second, and Mrs. Newton Whltls, bricigo. It Flatters Every \ By Sue Burnett A beautifully tailored clu-isic that's dependable and charming, and so kind to every figure. This button-front verslo nlias handy pockets and a choice < o[ sleeve lengths. PatUrn.No. 8903 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 36. 38, W, 42. «, «, 48. 50, 52, Size 38, short sleeve. 5!j yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NTJMBER to Sue Burnett, 375 Qulncy St.. Chl- cego 6, III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION, for '52, Fall nnd Winter. This new Issue Is filled 1th ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed Inside! the book, 25c. I Bh'thday Party Given in Home Mrs. Chester Quails was hostess to her daughter. Sharon Quails with a party /or her sixth birthday Wednesday at their home, when 10 guests attended. In games played, Terry Evans nnd Anne Tomlnsoti won prizes. After elfis were opposed, Miss Pat Henry assisted Mrs. Quails in serving cake and Ice cream. TO IU:TI:UIUMUY nitron - Miss 2Wr!cy j:r.:tl B n r k s d a 1 e is betrothed to Frank Joseph Wagner. .Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joseph Wagner, it is being rmide known today by Miss Barksdfile's'par- ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmos Bryan liarksdale. Feb. 3 is the date chosen by the liride-ctcc-l for her marrlngc. Shirley Barksdale To Be Married to Frank Wagner, Jr. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Brynn Burksdale announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Shirley Jnnett Bnrksdnie to Frank Joseph Waguer, Jr., son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Joseph Wagner. ' ' Miss Barksdale Is a graduate of Blylhevilte High School and later attended the University of'Arkan- sas at Fayetleville. '. Mr, Wngner. also a graduate, of Hl.vttievillc High School is n Junior nt the University of Arkansas, where he Is n member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Tlic marriage will be solemnized at 10:30,in the morning of Feb. 3 rife* 1 the ImmaciUate . CoBceotion c%cii. ',...,.. p r ; .'...-.,T T Mrs. F. E. Scott ' Hostess to Club Mrs. F. E. Scott entertained yesterday afternoon with a bridge pnr- ty for members of the Thursday Bridge club and six guests, nt her home. • - t Guests included Mrs. Max Reid.' Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mrs. Paul Jcbe, Mrs, Robert Killlan, Mrs. H. C. I Bush and Mrs. Otto Scrape. A (ie.sscrt course wns .served dur-1 ing the afternoon. In the bridge game conducted.! Mrs. Jobe won high guest prize, Mrs. ' J. C. Lowe won club high mid traveling, prize, aiid Mrs. Charles Alford won low score. Speaker To Appear At Osceola School OSCEOLA-Dr. W. R. Atkinson, director of the Psycologlcnl Research Center in Memphis and a former profcswr *! psychology at Southwestern University, will' np- pear in Osccoln nt the Elementary School nt. 7:30,'"The Exceptional Child" will bo his subject" Birthday Party Honors Mike Utley Mike Utley, son of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley, was honored by his mother Wednesday with a party at •' • Country Club on his sixth birthday. - csts Included members of the kinrtcrnarten Mike attends. Streamers, colored balloons and other decorations were* used In the entertaining rooms. After a movie had been shown, Mrs. Utley was assisted In serving by Mrs. Ralph Nichols, director of the kindergarten, Mm. aean Atkinson and Mis, Jack Jordan. They served Ice cream with the birthday cake .which wns-dccorated with cowboys and Indians. Yarbro PTA Meets For Study Course Members of Hie Varbro Parent- Tcacljers Association met Wednes- ria yafter at the school nnd 2:30 p.m. preceded by a joint study course, with Mrs. John Johnson presiding. Guest speaker lor the afternoon was Miss Winnie Turner, whose subject was, "Arc We Neglecting the Three R's?"' Mrs. Gllvi Bunch led flnglng and offered prayer, after which Mrs. Victor M.illory gave the devotional. The presidents message was given by Mrs. O. O. Mclntosh and Mrs. A. T, il.iyes showed a char! of symptoms and euro of some diseases. Mrs. James Gill presided at the business meeting. Room count went to the fourth grarte and the third urnde mothers were hostesses at the social hour. FRIDAY, JAff. 1«, Bits of News iij fie ierAona Mr. ana Mrs, Harry W. Halnes left today for lakeland, Pia., to vacation for several weeks. Betfy Anne Mullins Is confined to her home for several days because of head Injuries received al Blythe- vllle High School, where Bhe is a senior. Her condition is satisfactory. Conny Modlnger, Jr., Is In New Orleans to attend funeral services for his cousin, Will Hodgson, Jr. Hunter Hughes was to be admitted to Blytheville Hospital today for treatment. He has been 111 at the hospital and at his home for the past several weeks. Howard Caldwell has been removed from Blylhcvlle Hospital to his home on Clark Street, where his condition Is reported to be Improved. Lanna Kay Penn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie Penn, has been token to their home on Dougan from Blytheville Hospital, where she has been ill with flu. New York Visitor To Be Speaker Mrs. T. R. Husk of New York city, national field secretary of the American Leprosy Missions will be a speaker, in Blytheville Monday evening at the First Christian Church. Tlic event. Is sponsored by the Blytheville Council of Church Women, nnd will begin at 7:30 p.m. Airs. Husk has been on lecture tour In Arkansas since Jnn. 3. She and her husband were missionaries in Belgium Congo for several years nnd visited with many denominations there. The lecture is for nil 1 denominations. Dell PTA Has Monthly Meeting Mrs. R. B. Crawford was the leader of a program, "Good citizens Provide for Welfare and Education of the .Exceptional child," for members of the • Hell Parent- Teachers Association, w)ie/i they held a monthly meeting Wednesday nfternoon, A. E. Catdwell gave the devotional, and Mrs. Oscar Fendler was guest speaker. The president's message was by Mrs. M. R. Griffith. Room count went to the fourth and eighth grades. * Mrs. Harry Cook, Mrs. Billy Keener and Mrs. Bob Henderson were hostesses during the social hour. Bridge League Plays Monthly Masterpoint / Mrs. O. W. McCutchcii and Mrs. Russell Phillips won top honors ,it the weekly meeting of Hlythevllle Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble last night. A four-tttble liowel! movement, which was a monthly masterpolnt game, was played. In second place ivcrc Mrs. Matt Monnghnn and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, nnd In third were. Mi.» Willie Nebhut and Mrs. Joe S. Dtllahimty. Mr. nnri Mrs. Harry W. Haines took fourth place. Mrs. W. J. Cupples Is Club Hostess Mrs. w. J. Cupples entertained members of the TLE Bridge Club yesterday with a defisert bridge at her home. All members attended the affair, at which bridge games were won by Mrs._,W. E. Cherry. Mrs. Otto Scrape nnd Mrs. Jerry Scrape, first, second, and bridge. I IT and other greenery formed table centerpieces. GEO Bridge Club ' Is Entertained Mrs. Randall Hawks, who Is a frCQiicnt guest ol the GEO Bridge Club, lost night entertained its members with ccvcrnl guesls "I her home. ! Mrs. Everett Peterson, Mrs. Rnlph Harp, Mrs. Mnr.v Lynn Nicholson and Mrs. Grndy Mngce were other guest players with the,flub. A salad course and coffee were served by the hostess. The evening's winners were Mrs. Nicholson, guest high score; Mrs, Johnson Blackwell, club high; Mrs.' Harp, second high; and Mrs. Frank Seay, bridge. Even -if other medicines have failed to relieve your COLD MISERIES YOU OW£ IT TO YOURSEir TO TRY 666-IT'S D"fi«NT 666 LIQUID-TABLETS Bake Sale SATURDAY, JANUARY 17 Ark-Mo Power Co. Home Made Cakes, Pies, Candies, Cookies, etc. Sponsored by The American Legion Auxiliary Dogwood Glnb Meets Mrs. Mury Scrapes presided over a meeting-Wednesday of the Dog- wootl Home Demonstration Club, in the absence of Mrs. Chnrley Lutes, when the program was begun with group singing. Mrs. P. B. Jarrett read the scripture and prayer was by Mrs. John Burton. During the social hour, Mrs. Scrape nnd Mrs. Luther Thompson served refreshments. 150 PAIRS Sample Shoes All Ladies High Quality Shoes / * In Sizes 4-4i. .. Hurry! These arc not just ordinary shoes, but High Qulaity Styles at terrific prices a Lucky Purchase For Lucky Feet! If the Sizes Listed Includes Your Size - Then You're Really Lucky! ... and Youll Want Several Pairs! ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP 204 West Main Phone 3362 HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Mrs. Tcnnle Pounds Is 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otrvln Wilson, with whom she makes her home. She Is suffering from a heart condition. To see Mrs. Pounds ind Ihe Wilsons Saturday were Mr. and Mm. Paul Casey and two daughters of Sikeslon, who remained «ver- nite. Here /or a week-end with their parents sud grandparents were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gestrfng and family of.-Forrest, City, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gestrlng In Holland and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac McKay, 8r., a-ho live in the Number Nine community. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Childers and sons, Kenneth and Cletus, accompanied Mrs, Lloyd Booker and son, Jerry, (a Henderson. Term., where they spent two days last week attending the' annual series of lectureship at Hardeman College. ' Mrs. Tliurman Cope, recent bride of Airman Tliurman Cope, visited her husband last weekend at Lake Charles Air Base near Baton Rouge, La. Airman Cope'will leave this week for two months duty in Af* rlca. Hollls and Raymond Kifer of Concord, Calif., were here overnight at Mr. anVl Mrs, Norrids Saturday en route home after attending funeral services of Marilyn Wise, age 14, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wise of Paducah, Ky. Marilyn euccumb- ed to injuries received in an automobile accident last week in u-hlch a sister, Doris, aho was critically Injured. The Wise Family were res- Half Moon News Jdents of Holland /or many years and Mrs. Wise was formerly Miss Alma Kifer, daughter of Mr. and Mils. J. A. Kifer. The baby boy born recently to Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Bennett at Walls Hospital has been named Robert David. Weighing seven and a ha!/ pounds at birth, this Is the Bennett's third child. Expected this week Mrs. Maudie Stinnett and son, Douglas, and Mrs. Bonnie Smith and small son. Jimmie, will arrive from Nlle«, Cnlif., where they have lived the pnst year. Joining Mrs. Stinnett hero will be her son Sgt. and Mrs, L. T. Stinnett and family of Fort Bennlng, Gil,, who v,'ill remain during furlough after which he will be transferred to overseas duty. Mrs. Sally Williams was guest Sunday and Monday at Mr. and Mrs. Doss Gulps In St. Louis. At Mrs. Annie Cartoon's this week Is her 'daughter Mrs. Russell Bevore of Ripley, Tenn. Recently returned from Arnold- ville, La., where she was a guest of Mr. and Mrs, H. Witlliigham for two weeks, Miss Laura Pugh is at home with her mother Mrs. Pugh for the winter months. Pvt. Norbcrt Stirzaker is home svith his wife on a three weeks leave from Aberdeen, Md.i where he lias been stationed since his enlistment last May. Pvt. Stirzaker, who is in an ordnance division, formerly was band director of the Holland High School. Meeting Is Cancelled The supper meeting of th,e Men's Brotherhood of the First Baptist Church, originally scheduled for to : night at seven o'clock, has been cancelled, due to numerous cases of illness within the membership. Plans for the January meeting will he announced at a later date. Jh e ^ Blyflierllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Milton Bunch and baby Liddy Wimlcy, Dell Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Gene Segar, City Mrs. Paul Johnson. City Tommy Taylor,- City Mrs. James Karnes and baby, City Coming Events Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. meeting at Hotel Noble with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendlcr, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs, Melvln Halscll, Mr. and Mrs. James Guam nnd Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day entertaining. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained n marriage license from the office of the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Bb'the Parker: Ed Humphrey, Manila, and Martha Graham, Grand Bay, Alu. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Duncan left ' Wednesday to go to El Centra, Calif., to visit Mrs, Duncan's broth- , cr, Paul Tomlinson, and family. ' Frotn El Centro, Mr. Duncan will { go to San Francisco to attend to business, Jess Mcsley Is at home after being a patient In Veterans Hospital in Memphis for the past two weeks. He Is reported as improved. Mrs. W, R. LJghtfoot, Miss M,iry Light foot, Hugh Williams, George Williams nnd Robert Williams and family of Gosnell attended the funeral of Thomas Williams, at Arp, Tenn., Sunday. Mr. Williams was n nephew of Mrs. Ughtfoot. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Buck have gone to Corpus Christ!, Tex., to spend the winter. Mrs. Gurrton Howard. Miss Earline Richardson, and .Mrs, Odcne Watson were in Poplar Bluff, Mo., Friday. Mrs. B. F Gay, who has been In .Mempbi-i the past week, has returned horne. Read Courier News Classified Ads. 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