The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1944 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1944 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK,); COUKIEIl NEWS Is Given or Miss Carolyn Haley Miss Carolyn irnlcy, brklc-clcct of J. Wllivm Henry, was complimented yesterday afternoon when Miss Ann Dccn and Miss Kalherlne Hudson entertained with a lingerie shower at the home of the former. This was the first in a scries of events planned In honor of Miss Haley to be jjlven prior to licr mar- ilago to Mr. Henry on July 20. The ntfnliv slven at 4 o'clock, was Kltendett by 22 girls, members of the high school glee club, of which Miss Hulcy has. been director for the past two years. Mrs. A. C, Haley, mother of the bride-elect,, also was a guest. The house was attractively decorated with mixed Summer (lowers in pastel hues, while favors were miniature Ijnskcts filled with tiny blossoms. Miss Haley's basket was filled with all white flowers, to carry out the bridal white motif. Miss Marilynn Deen presided at the refreshment table, which was covered with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of garden flowers In a crystal bowl. Punch ami cookies were' served throughout the afternoon. The gifts, wrapped in white and tied with while satin ribbons, and carried In a Colonial basket, were delivered to the guest.of honor by Ixm and Sue Owens, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Owens. The young hostesses were assisted by their mothers, Mrs. George Smith ami Mrs. A. O. Hudson. « * • Mrs. McDowell Plans Party ^Evlrs. .1. n. McDowell will entertain with a watermelon party Sunday afternoon, C o'clock, when Buests will be: members of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. The nffiilr will be given on the lawn of her county home, on Highway 61 South. • • • Miss Lalimer Honored At Shower Party Tuesday Miss Elsie Lntimcr, bride-elect of Pfc. Herman Koehlcr, wits complimented Tuesday night at, a nu's- 'cellancous shower given by members of the Dell Baptist Women's Missionary Union. The Dell clubhouse was the setting for the affair, which was attended by 35 t'liesl.s. Mrs. W. M. Lewis, Mrs. Allen Hardin, Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. Bobby Priest, Mrs. Carl Pcpplc and Mrs. Braxtbn Gill served as hostesses. A miniature doll dressed as a t.'rlric, and surrounded wilh gills, formed the centerpiece of the table, while mixed Summer flowers in pastel hues decorated the. clubhouse. A dessert course was served. Miss Laliiner's wedding |/j Private KocliU:.' will be solemnized tome time in July, with the tlcf- • initc date depending upon his fur- All the name implies- sum BACON Ftftfer-ritfj— Vitamia-ritk MEMPHIS PACKING CO. Rehearsal Dinner Given Fov Miss Darby, Fiance Mrs. Robert Wade nnd her brother, L. T. Moore Jr., entertalnc(l with a rehearsal dinner last nlghl In special compliment to Miss Mary Francis Darby and Lieut. Cnrlloi] Francis Wells, whose marriage will he solemnized tonight, 1 o'clock, at First Baptist Church. The 22 guests were sealed at n U-shnped table arranged In the dining room of the Officers Club at 13AAP. Pink roses and pink carnations, inlers|>ersed with white stcph- anotls. were arranged In a crystal Ijowl to form a centerpiece lor the table, while the handmade place cards were tiny silver baskets topped with a miniature bride and In Idegroom. Several ont-ot-Unvn guests here for the wedding were included among the guests. These were Mrs Elizabeth Irivln and Mrs. J. D Phillips, both of HunUsvlllc, Alu., Mr] and Mrs. William Rex Darby nnd Miss Jean Darby, all of Deerlng. Mo., and Sergt. Randolph Darby of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Darby are the parents of the bride-elect, Miss Jean Darby is her sister, and Sergeant, Darby, a brother. Other guests, In addition to members of the bridal party and out-of-town guests, were Miss Mur- jorie Stevens and her fiance, Lieut. William Norton, whose engagement and approaching marriage was announced last week. Following the three course dinner a rehearsal wns held at First Baptist Church. Bride-Elect Complimented With Luncheon Party CSCEOLA, Ark., June 29— Ivilss Alice Williams, bride-elect, of Joe Shippcn, who has been complimented at several interesting affairs sinco UID announcement of her engagement, was guest of honor at a luncheon given today by Miss Ruth Morgan of Wilson. The Venetian dining room of Hotel Peabody was the setting for the affair. The luncheon table, where guests gathered at 1 o'clock, was centered with a crystal bowl of Summer flowers in pastel tones, with the place of the guest of honor marked with a corsage of gardenias. Gucsls included Mrs. A. F. Williams, mother of the, bride-elect, Mrs. Ed F. Shlppen, mother of the bridegroom-elect, Mrs. J. E. Morgan, mother of the hostess, Miss Mary Cullom of Wilson, and Miss Emily Silvcrblatt. • • » Mrs. Terrell Is Hostess Roses and gladioli predominated in the arrangement of Summer blossoms used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the J. L. Terrell home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Terrell was hostess to members of the Friendly Seven Club. Cookies and iced drinks were served late in the afternoon aftor card games had occupied the guests for several hours. • • • Complimented By Club At Farewell Supper • " Mrs. Harold Meek, who left today for Earle, Ark., to make her home, was guest of honor last night when members of the O. N. B. Club, of which she has been a member, entertained with a Jarcwcll supper at the Rustic Inn. Following the steak supper, the eight guests present surprised Mrs. Meek with a handkerchief shower. Series Of Parties Given Complimenting Visitors A series of gula events have been given by members of the college group this week In S]>ccli\l compliment to several out-of-town (•nests. Miss Carolyn Lane and Miss Alma Van Hook, bolh of Jackson, Miss houscgucsts of Miss Jane Caslllo and her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Onrth Castllo, Dick Stacy. Handy Wassoll of Little Hock, and Roy Kirkpat- rlck of Clarksrialc, Miss., all house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Stacy at Dell. Miss Klcanor Matthews of McOehec, Ark., who Is visiting Hill Morse and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, and Miss Helen Schccrer of Dexter, Mo., and Cam- mio Logan of New Orleans, who, with Mason Day Jr., of Blythcvillc and New Orleans, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day Sr., have been entertained at a series ol Informal affairs. Also sharing honors wilh them have been several boys who urc home from schools throughout the country where they arc in training under various Army and Navy programs, and a few who are home for a brief visit prior to entering Uio armed forces. Included In this group are Billy Browne, Jack Hood, Uilly Jontx, Max Harrison, Billy Eldrldgo and Earl Daniclson. Monday night several of the group drove to Memphis where they Joined oilier friends to make up a partv of approximately 50 guests for aii evening of dining and dancitu; at Hotel Poalwcly. , Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Stacy complimented the group with a barbecue supper at their country home near Dell, when the 25 Ruesls spent the evening In Informal entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Caslllo and llielr daughter entertained members of the group last night with nn al fresco supper party at their borne on West Ash, with supper served on the lawn of the home before the 2a guests attended the picture show. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Jack Chamblin entertained girls In the group with a bridge party at her \ Get grand new tw-cesr ROYAL Only }s price of old ROYAL Contains no Cream of Tartar JustVrnliis new baking powder. That's all we ask. Tor once you lasic (he wonderful hot breaJs and ctk-cs it gives, you'll attcajs use it! Thai's why we make this daring offer. Go to your grocer. Buy one pound can at [he rcgu- lar low price and he'll give you another pound absolutely FREE. Remember, il's made by ROYAL -your guarantee that it mast be goodl Hurry, hurry—don't miss 3. chance like this. Offer gooil for n limited time only, fkii «lf« 4tK nit Gjiply in Kliifui;;). S.A.S. PHOSPHATE BAKING POWDER home on West Main, nnd tonight Miss KoniMilIiio Kavnimiigli will eii- tertuln with n drop-in party pie- ceding the swimming parly mid spaghetti supper to be given by Billy Eldrldge ami his pnrenl.s, Mr. imd Mrs. linker Wilson. Geary-Abbott Marriage Is Announced Today Mr. nml Mrs. Charles M. Abbott Announce the mnrrlnsc of their dauehler, Miss Vlrglc Mae, Abbott, lo Staff Scrgl. Ronald 1C Clreury, :-on of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. deary Jl ZnnesvHIe. Ohio. 'I he double ring ceremony wns performed Sunday, June 11, at the home of (he bride's parents, with llic llcv. S. li. Wllford, pnslor of Khsl MclhodlM, Church, officiating, Miss Hlllie Jciin Abboll solved as her sister's only attendant. She wore a dress of while eyelet piuue, with Ince trim, ami a tluy hat of matching pique. Her accessories were of while anil she wore a con-nee, of pink rosebuds. 'flie b'rlde wore an Kisenbern original two piece milt of turf brown llnri), wiiii n I'aiianm lull ami whlto accessories. Her shouldi'r coraiigp ivns formed of white rosc- uuds and while gardenlns. Sfrjjt. Wiiller O. I'mvosl ol Orange, N. J., served as best man. Immediately followliig (lit; ceremony, Sergennl nn,i Mrs. Clreary lell for a wedding (rip |o SI. 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