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'PAGE >bim BLYtfiEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1947 Emily Wiison, Society Editor Phone 461 Miss ReeVes Honored With Supper, Shower • Miss Louise Reeves, bride-elect of Henry Dodd, was complimented last night with a buffet supper and shower by Mrs. R. A. Shainlln and 'Mrs. BHi Gilbow at the Slmm- lin home on Lilly Street. A bridal atmosphere was achieved in the decorations, which carried out a pink and white color scheme. Flowers arranged throughout the home were roses, naslurium and other Spring flowers. Pink roses in crystal lube vases decorated the dining room table and miniature bridesmaid dolls dressed in pink were favors. The supper also carried out a pink and white theme with ca- napes in those shades and heart- shaped pink hearts inscribed in white wilh 'SLouise and Hank." The hostess was presented a corsage of pink 'rosebuds and each was presented a red rose. ' An assortment 'of gifts were placed on a table In the center ol the living room and presented hei following bridal gnuies. Winning games were Mis. Mary Stewart grandmother of the bride-to-be, the guest of honor and Mrs. Wlllliur M. Banister. , jjj » • * Afternoon Sherry Party Compliments Bride-to-be Unique arrangements of flowers Baptist Women Meet •"or Programs, Business Circle meetings of the Woman's Missionary Society of First linp- 1st Church were held this week at the homes o[ various members. .Mr*. W. W. Watson was hostess .o 10 members of Circle One, for which Mrs. R. T. Lee ami Mis R. A. Copcland led prayers. Mrs Victoria Gilbert gave the Missiol Study lesson. Mrs. Theodore Logan gave Hie Missionary Study for lli members of Circle Two, which met with Mrs. M. Smart. Mrs. Smart and Mrs. C. E. Johnson led prayers. Mrs. E. L. Hale was hostess to. nine members of Circle Three, for which Mrs Hale and Mrs. Harry •'. Frilzlus led prayers. Mis. D. B. lilertsoc guve the Mission Study. Mrs. Jim Crafton was hostess to 10 members of Circle Four Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs Marlon Wil- linms ted In prayer and Mrs. Walter Bishop led the Mission Study. When Mrs Albert Bnderlin was hostess to 13 members of Chela Five. Mrs. E. L. Crouch gave the: devotional and prayers were led by Mrs- Q. V. Daws and Mrs Lloyd SticUmon. Mrs. Roy Head gave the Mission Study. Members of Circle.Six met with Mrs. Burks Barker. Mrs. B. J. Cull) led the nine present In prnycr and Mrs. C. S. Lemons led the Mission Bits of News Mostly Red carried out a rainbow color theme yesterday atcrnoon at the sherry party given by Mrs. Etlgav Boruni and daughter, Mrs. Spencer Alexander, in honor of Miss Era. Wright, bride-elect tf Horace Coffer of Trimble. Tcnn. ; • Pansics were arrange 1 in low . china bowls in the living room of the Borum home, whore the .hostesses and Miss Wright received guests. In another entertain'.ng room, vases of deep pink and red vo were arranged on the mantel. Only pastel shades a f . flowers were In the dining room, with these blending with colois used for the refreshments table. The lace-covered table had a centerpiece of u crystal- bowl filled \vith garden flowers, in whlcn while blossoms predominated, and the same colors were .used in the assorted party food served. The hostcscs were assisted b: Mrs. Oeraldtne Mallhews Greene and Mrs. Samuel F. Norns. Miss Wright was prer.-i'i'.e:! : gift of crystal by her • hostesses. The 2fi guets included Mrs. W R. Brown of Manila, cousin o the bride-elect. Study. Calvary Baptist Church Circles One, Two Meet Mrs, Pleas Rnmho nivl Mrs. iarra Prnltt were hosto'.™ for :ie regular meetings this week of lie Woman's Ml.s.slon.irv Society f Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. Ray Smith cimducrcd the irlef business session for Circle One's meeting and Mrs. Charles ilpfonl led the opening prayer Mrs. II. W. Burnett gave the Bible study, taken from second chaplei of Acts and Mrs. John qherrj ;nve the closing prayer. Mrs. Jim England pivsirteil H' he business session of Circle- Two diu'lng which plans wore made fo] :hc meeting and Royal Service irogram next Monday at tin church. Mrs. Deo. WelHU'i' :uu Mrs. Mabel Lunsforcl g: ! v:r Com munlly reports. Mrs. Webster lot the owning prayer an-l Pruitt gave the Bible Studyhr.-Jr gave the Bible Sliid> Y. T. Rowan of Okalona, Miss, is Ihe guest of his daughter, Mis Jnmes C. Guard, and Dr. Guard Mss Eula Uraccy of Columbia, Miss., who ha.s been the guest of her brother. H. '15. Hnicey, nnl liimily, 1010 Chickusawba St.. left last night for Ashland, Wise, where she plans to visit another brother. She wns accompanied by Miss, Hobei'la Bracey. Mrs. W. M. McKcnzie has returned liomc after spending a few days In 'Atlanta, da., as gutsl of her .son. Sam McKcnzio. While re, she was Joined by two oth- S.ODS. Bill, of Montgomery, and Jim, .student al University of Geor- Uia, Alhens. She was accompanied by Miss Ailecn llagan, who was the nuest of her fiance and his parents in Columbus, Oil. •Mrs. Harvey Kiitd Jr., and her (laughters, Carolyn and Joanne Kidd. of Blytheville. tiic week wilh "Mrs. er-in-law. Mrs. H. Memphis. I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Regenolil,' accompanied by .Ann 'White of Osccola, will leave tomorrow for Lcx- iglon. Ky., where Ami will *>c ic Biicst of Eddie Regenold Jr., Indent at Kentucky Military Acad- iny, at Ihc annual Spring .formal, hey will go by plane. Mrs. T. D. George of Santa Oltira, Jallf.. and Mrs. Joe Bishop and diss Maxlne Williams ot-Campbell, lo, arc guests ot Mr. and Mrs. 'erncr Williams arc spending Kidd's mot!i- T. Kldd of .eachville Bride-to-Bc •lonored at Many Parties Miss Opal Faye Noc of Lsacii- iite, bi'ido-elect of Herbert Adins, is being complimented with ininerous- interesting events prior the wedding, lo be solemnized Sunday ' afternoon at the . First Methodist Church of Lcachvillc. A supper party was given Mon- i:w nigtit by Mrs. Leroy Curte, Ws. John llauni and Mrs. John ), Wcll.s when they entertained 2 members of the Lcachvilli Chapter AC of PEO Sisterhood, the Carter home. En|>p?r was served in buffet style from a table having a cenlerpic,:e uf pink e:'.rnalions and clusters of rosi-s, which also decorated entertaining rcoms. federal Unusual games cntcr- talncd tljo guests, who had bronchi thrir .favorite recipes, presented .Miss Hoe along with a cook book; there was n contest of smelling spices, a gnrdm lomance of flow- i'i names and a recipe ingredient '•:'.me. The Rev. an,i Mrs. E. H. Hall of l.cachvillo complimente;! Miss Noc •ind her fiancp with a dinner party last night at Hotel Noble In Joncs- IKJI'O when the 12 members of the j parly wore guests. Kiwonians Plan Father, Son end Daughter Picnic Plans lor llic annual Father, Sou and Daughter picnic to lie held Wednesday, June 11, at Walker Park were made at the weekly meeting. C 13. Wood, Jr., of Luxora and n. w. Duller of Osceola left Tuesday for Dallas. Texas, where Hie will alleml a meeting of Ihe dealers of tile Ford Motor Company. CLUB 61 (Formerly Midiri'e Inn) meeting of ihu Knvanis Club yesterday noon at the Hotel Noble. Jerry Poc, Blylhevlllc manager ot Southwestern Uetl Telephone Company, was guest speaker at the meeting. His topic was telephone service. Guests were Houston Caudle Osceola and Jiinmic Terrell, ol Jonesboro. Mr. Terrell is a former Blytheville resident and a past- president of the Kiwanis club here. Luxora News Dinner was served in Ihe dining 1 graduating class, vciom, where the table was cteco-' ' Miss Dolljr Ciosw.ck in led wilh garden flower.;. Miss Noe was guest of honor at a luncheon today when Mrs. J. C. Ciibbons entertained at her home in Jnne.sboro. Pruitt based on the Isaiah. Home Demonsjration Glut Plans Bingo, Auction Sal Bingo games tonight and an auc tion sale In June at the home Mrs. Elza Wheeler were discussec :by members ot Yarbro Home Dei monstrallon Club at n meeting -Tuesday of 15 members at the homo 'of Mrs. Gene McOuire. j ; The group sang a hymn and the •.devotional given was "Wnlk in the 'Lovo. With God." Mrs. McGuire 'gave a poem entitled. "Carry On • Following roll call, Miss Cora Lee Coleman presented a talk on 'growing flowers and Mrs. B. A -Bugg discussed arrangement ol ; flowers. : - : In the game contests, Mrs. L. R. . 'Matthews and Mrs. Dave Abbott ,:won prizes. The hostess served n .salad plate. -. ' * • * jjane Sneed Married. To Orange, Texas Man The marriage of Miss Dorothj Jane Sneed. daughter of Mrs. Ethe W. 3need of Blytheville and 'Jame W. Sneed of Orange, Texas, to Toin Billy perry of Orange, Texas, wa announced today by her parents The marriage ceremony too place Friday night, May 10, in In pastor's study of First Bnptis Church of Orange. The bride wore a powder bh crepe dress with brown accessorte Mr. and Mrs. Alford o! Orang were the couple's only attendants Mrs. Alford wore a brown Jersej dress with matching assessories. Mrs. Perry was graduated from Blytheville High School, where she was president of the Garden Club L her senior year. She was a membe of the Red Pepper Club and th .local chapter of National Masqu and Gavel Club. She attended Qua chita College In Arkadelphia. am , now is connected with the Civ Service at the Naval Base hi Or ange. Mr. Perry, who is the son of M and Mrs. Irwln Perry of Orang served In the Navy three years, t is also a Civil Service employee They will make their home 518 Russell Courts In Orange. Mrs' Guard Hostess To Double G Members (Mrs. James C. Guard entcrtair ed Tuesday night with a brids parly for members of the Doub Club and Ihree other guest Irs. >W. H. (Pease. Miss Mary Jo I all and Mrs. James Lee Brooks. Garden flowers decorated enter- aining rooms. When bridge was played, high core went to 'Miss Frances Litllo nd second to Mrs. Oscar Fendlor. Mrs. Steve crane of Memphis s spending 10 days here with her iiothcr. Mrs. II. B. Wright. Mr. Irniia accompanied Mrs. Crane icrc and after a brief slay, return- Mi to Memphis. Miss Geneva Shlbley arrived ionic- yesterday from Columbia Mo., where she is a student at Ste)hens College, to spend the Summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs A. O. Shibley, and faintly. WoariiiE n red flannel suit lo good advantage, Pepper Donnn, "Miss Miami Bench of 1017," practices a vhumba routine she'll show the judges during "Miss America" contest finals at Atlantic City, N. J. September. Adaption tests and registration ivill he held Friday, Saturday and Monday at the High School Band loom. Drivers, Mrs. McHaney Entertain 750 Guesfs .The hostess net cake. served parly foods Summer Band School Planned by Wadcnpfuhl Blytheville public school students will be offered an opportunit) to start training on a band or pro band instrument for the first llmi this Summer, Karl Wadcnpfuhl band master, salrt today when h revealed plans for a Summer Bane School. The school will be held June 2 to August 1 on tuition basis wttii classes to be held live days every week. Mr Wadonpfuhl said he planned to go as far back a.s the fourth, fifth and sixth grades lo get prospective band members. These students will study pre-bnnd instruments and Junior High students will play regular band Instruments. The band director pointed out that students beginning on pre-band instruments probably would be ready lo enter Ihe Junior High Band in LUXORA. Ark., May 29. — Mr and Mrs. James Driver and Mr.!, vlaxine- Brown McHaney were hns- .esses at an open house In the Brown home Sunday afternoon to 150 guests. The reception rooms were decorated with howls of red and white roses. Mi's. Julia Owen Bryant pro- sided over the punch bowl, which was placed at the end of the dining table. The table WHS draped with an Italian cut-work cloth and centered with a crystal bowl of red roses. The out-of-town guests were from .Memphis, Wilson, Osceola an.'l Blylhevillc. I Calvary Bible School i Plans Announced Today Vacation Bible 'School at Calvary Baptist Church will begin Saturday, when students will be enrolled and a brief acquaintance program .carried out. Classes will begin Monday at 9 a.m. and b? held each day, Monday through Friday. for the followinn two weeks. The Rev. P. H. Jcrnigun. pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, will be the Bible School superintendent and Mrs. Mabel Lnnsforrt, the principal. Superintendents of various department.; will be: Mrs. Raymond Belknap. intermediate; -Mrs. Jim England, junior; Mrs. J. P. Hocott, primary; -Mrs. Vernon Boyd, be- Get Yours half-price sale! Now! At The Hospitals , Rlyllicville Hospital Admitted: Mi's. Hershell Johns-jn. Manila. Mrs. Adam Lee. city. Mrs. M. c'Cnllison. city. W. W. Johnson, city' . ; Dismissed: Mrs. Gladys Craig. I.uxora. ; Mi's. Andrew Moses, city. ''.' R. J. Smith, city. Mrs. T. C. Andrews, Arbyrd. Mo S. W. While, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Jessie Lee Banistev. Lawrence Holbict. Gt.^'li:. Mo. Miss Alfred Tnrnjr, Osivoia. Miss Lois Lunsford will be secre- ary an c i Mrs. Mildred Trail will be charge of music. A six?cial course in music and instruction in be eh'en by Mrs. Trail. Various pvojectc; in hand-work will be supervised by superintendents of each department. Kach day's program will include dramatization of Biblo an ( i character stores, the principal said. Mr. and Mrs, M. C. Cooke, Miss Eva Cooke and Miss Margaret Moffett will attend the exercises of the graduating class of the Miss Hut-, chlnson's School at Icllcwilil Presbyterian Church in Memphis Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cookc's granddaughter. Miss Ann Vqllm'-r I of Memphis, is n member of. the —ruluiilino: class. isited her sis- 1 tor, Mrs. "Paul Pope, in Memphis, this week. While there, she attended tlic graduating exercises 01 her nephew Paul Pope. Jr., fro . Christian Brothers College. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Bogan were in Jackson, Tenn., Sunday. They attended the wedding of Mrs. Bogan's c'ousih,' Miss Joan Brown, to A. V. Baivd. Mrs. John Thweatt. Mrs T. L. Stanford Mrs. Tom Callis and Mrs. Charlie -Thomas motored' to Coldwater. Miss.. Wednesday, where they were -guests of Mrs. D. A. Canada at n bridge luncheon. Mrs. Wayman Graves and son. Billy Lynn, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L- Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Harwell of Memphis wcve visitors in the M. C .Cooke home Sunday. Mrs. F.'M. Bond visited her nephew. Dewey Hill, who is a patient in the Methodist Hospital. Memphis. Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Hill have had as their guests the Rev. Mr. Hill's mother. Mrs. W. J. Hill. o<' Bradford, Tenn., and Mrs. Hill's mother. Mrs. R. V. Wilsox, of Turlock, Calif. Also a visitor in the Hill home Sunday was Rev. Mr. Livestock -ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, May 29 (UP) — (USI3A) — Livestock: Hog s 8,5:0; alt salable; market fairly active, ICO Ibs and up, mostly steady with Wednesday's average. Top 15c lower; lighter weights £5o lower. Sows mostly steady: °i i cpot s "5c lower. Bulk of good and "' choice .ICO to 240 Ibs 2403 to 2425; top sparingly, 24.35; 250 to 270 !bs 23.25 to 23.15; few up to 24.00; 270 to 30 Ibs, 21.75 to 23.75; 230 to 150 11) 2200 to 23.50; 100 to 120 Ib pigs, 190 and 21.00; good 270 U> fOO-lb sows. 18.76 to 19.15; heavier, weights 11.75 to 18.25; stags 1450 to 16.50. I Cattle: 3.80. .Salable 1.500; calves l.ODO all salable. Meager receipts inchidc- about 1-2 dozen loads of steers, mostly medium to average good, with a moderate represents-, lion of heifers and mixed yearlings. These classes opened about steady. Odris and ends of medium to good steers steady at 23.00 to 2-100; with a few good butcher ' yearlings in this spread and sonic medium kinds around 18.5 to 22.50; cows slow and pndcr prcs- src, with relatively little (lone. TUKS. AND Orchest r;i Xlg h ts OPEN NIGHTLY FOR DANCING Under New Management. Call 944 for Couples and Parties ONLY! Owned & Operated by George Ford anil W. A. "lied" Ilidicrslaft Nevada has only seven golf conr- ;cs. * WE BUY •*. WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Phone Z487 Mrs. Glascoe Entertains CSCEOLA. Ark.. May 29.—Mrs. .1. L. Glascoe was hnslevs to her two-table bridge club yesterday afternoon. Mrs. nettye Nellc Starr held hiRli score and Mrs. Palmer Si:v.i- ton second high. Snapdragons and corn flowers were used in attractive arrangements throughout the lionv. Refreshments of sandwiches and lemonade were served at conclusion of games. Hill's brother. H. N. Hill of Memphis. Mis. Hill accompanied her son back to Memphis for a .visit with his family before returning tc her home. C. B. Wood spent, the- week ii'< Hot Springs attending the Honker's will 'be served: all vn^mbors. visiting brothers invited. 15y order of Max Parks, worshipful master. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Coming to the Ritz of 'Best Years of I Our Lives 1 with Frederic Mnrch Myrna Loy 3 Shows Daily t " _-, _ , ./.. m Admission to 0: 0!^T\ AI Adults 75el Children 50c| After 6:00 p.m. Adults $1.20] Children 50c I Tax Includoil Thursday & Friday June 12 & 73 GIFT Meeting Chickasawba Lodge 134, F. and A. II.. meeting in special communication tonight at hull, 1:3(1, for work in Master's degree. 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