The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1949 · Page 4
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row* Soeietu, AtetuA BLYTHKV1LLE fARK.) COURTM XEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, / I'hon* 4461 Wade Reeves, Jr., Feted Last Night At Party W»d« o. Reevea, Jr., w»s honored with a surpriM birthday party last night at hit home In compliment to hi* 18th birthday. Mr». Wide O, Reeve«, Sr., and Mr». Henry Dodd were hostesses to th« 33 guest* who attended the affair. Th« al traca supper was served from individual tables which were overlaid with white cloths trimmed \f> profusion of rosebuds. Mat- chine napkins and other appointments complimented the arrangement. Gifta were presented the honoree after which the group spent the evening tmtchfng television shows, dancing and playing games. In the games, prizes were awarded Miss Barbara oem-.lng and Wade Reeve*, Jr. Mixed summer flowers were used throughout the home. • • * Mrs. Peterson Hostess To Y. M. Birthday Club Mra. Edith Epperson and Mrs. William Russell Mlddleton were guesU of honor at the Y. M. Birthday club meeting Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Tollie Peterson. The dinning table which was overlaid wtlh an ecru lace cloth WLS centered with a birthday cake topped with tiny pink flowers and pink candles. The group spent the evening Informally. Roaes arid asorted garden flowers were used throughout the home. • • * • Birthday Party Fetes Charles Lynn Elliott Nineteen friends of Charles Lynn Elliott gatfiered Monday afternoon on the lawn of the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rube Elliott, to help him celebrate his eighth birthday. Party games were played after which the group made ice cream and later went to the Park where pictures were made. ; A white cloth overlaid the refreshment table which was centered with a largt cake Inscribed. "Happy Birthday." Gifts were presented the honoree. Mn. Elliott was assisted in serving by Mrs. Nina Davis. • • • Clatt Off ic«ri fleeted At Sophomore Meeting i Th« lophomoro class of Dell high •chool met Monday and elected officers lor Uu school year. Th* following were electiu: William a Gill, president; J. w. Trantham, Tk*-pre*iden.t; Don Tucker, secretary; Jean Martin, treasurer; Melba Champion, sergeant at armj; Junior Richardson, reporter. M I a » Patsy Bettinger 1i class sponsor. Auxiliary Meeting Held At Legion Hut Tuesday Th« American Legion Auxiliary met at th« Hut Tuesday night with 14 members present. Plans for the Pair activities were discussed with the appointing of Mrs. N. J. Humphrey, chairman and Mrs. Eddie Burks, co-chairman of ttie Pair Committee. - Plans for the Membership Conference which will be held October 13 In Little Rot* were discussed. Following dismissal the hostesses Mrs. H. I,. Halsell, Sr., and Mrs! Jess Russell, served refreshments. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Nu Phi Mu rush party at home of Miss Jane Shelton, 1530 Walnut at 8 p.m. Fidelia class of First Baptist Church will meet at 7 p.m. for steak supper with Dr. Edna Mies hostess. Mrs. Roy Woods and Mrs. c. S Baggett will be co-hostesses. Friday Mrs. Alvln Moore hostess to C. B. c. Club. Friday Rook club will meet with Mrs. F. E. Rector at 2 p.m Box Office Openi «:« Show Starts 7:M Opens Sunday i:M; Starts 1:15 CmtinMn Show> Sat * Son Borgala Night Ererj Night Except Saturday Ho po»n.i honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatn Thursday & Friday Mretet Short Subject* i T<rT Day MARRIED — Mrs. James Robert Patterson (above) was before her marriage Friday Miss Martha Lou Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van Johnson of Caruthcrsvllle. The ceremony was performed In First Baptist church in caruthersville with Rev. Robert McCoy, pastor of Methodist Church of Fornfelt, Mo., officiating. The couple will make their home In Caruthersville. Two Guest Speakers At Meeting Monday The Band mothers of all three units of the band met Monday night at the high school auditorium with W. B. Nicholson and Robert A. Lipscomb guest speakers. Mr. Nicholson spoke on the merits of the club, club finance and the new school plans. Mr. Llpscomb addressed the group on all phases of band activity and especially on the scheduled trip to Little Rock t'-Ls Saturday. A oand mother will accompany each bus on the trip. Following a short business meeting presided over by Mrs. Shields the group was dismissed. Guild Meeting Is Held At We/don Nev/e Home The Womans Guild ot the First Lothert:i Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Weldon Nevle with ten members present. Following opening of the meeting with prayer a short business session was held with Mra. Fred Reichel presiding. Plans were made for the rummage sale to be held September 17. A menu was planned for the chicken barbecue to be given Sunday, Sept. II. at the home of Mrs Earl Wlldy In Leachvllle. Fair plans were also discussed. Mrs. George McLeod was appointed corresponding secretary Following the dismissal with the repeating of the Lord's prayer by [he group Mrs. Ed Trainman was presented gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Traul- man will leave soon to make their home In Fredricktown. Mo. The hostess served refreshments. Before building Uielr first airplane. |he Wright brothers were in the bicycle business. Bits of News Mrs. W. T. Shelton and Mrs. W. L. Green will leave tonight for Detroit, Mich., where they will spend a week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Murray are former Blylhevllle resl- den^s. Mrs. C. L. Hessclbeiu and daughter. Miss Charlyne Kesselbeln, of Carterville, Tenn , returned to their home yesterday after having spent several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Craflon and family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Lena Brown of Jonesboro returned to her home today after several rlays visit here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols and family. Mr. and Irs, Edward J. Triiut- man will le.ive Friday for Freder- Icklown. Mo., to make their home where Mr. Trautmnn will be connected with Spalsbury-Slelz Shoe Company. Their home at 612 w. Main will ' - occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and family who recently moved here from Caruthersville. Mr. Lane Is manager of Graber's. Mr. and Mrs. Cheslelgh Blltner and daughters. Miss A' 1 -- Blttner and MfM Ann Bitiner f Weathersfield, Conn., and George Dicker of Scranton. Pa., are spending two weeks here as guest of Mr. and Mrs Charles G. Blttner nnd family. Mrs. Claren-e Wilson i; visiting in Osceola as guest of Mr. and Mrs D. H. Blackwoort. Mrs. Russell Man- left today for Greenwood, Miss., to attend the wedding or Miss Anne Gardner and Hal Coppock. Mrs. Marr will return Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Tiplon are spending several days here as guests of Mrs. H. L. Chambers and Mrs. E. E. Alexander en route to Montgomery, Ala., where they will be guests of their son, Colonel James B. Tiptou, Mrs. Tipton and family. Half Moon News Mr. and Mrs. w. H. McKee and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holliman of Nashville, Term., Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hawkins ol Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur penter and family of Dell, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. L, Hawkins Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Oxford, Mr. and Mrs. George Chrome o[ Memphis, Teim., visited Mrs. W. R. Llghtfoot and family Sunday. Members of W.S.C.S are attending the Bible study at First Methodist church Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Orvlll Mitchell with a group of young people went to Wawcapelia Dam for a picnic Monday. At The Hospitals HlfthtrJUe HoaplUI DlMnisbcd: J. R. Sprovle, Sleele. May Elliott, Steele. Charles Edward Jordan, Joiner. Mrs. Raymond Bankston, Marked Tree. Am- ica James, city. Mrs, E. G. Cole, and baby, city. Mrs. Euri Knlnple and !>3l>y. cny. Albert Ellis, city. Wal>- Hotpilil Dismissed: Autestine Martinez, city. W. A. Scott, city. Mrs. Jo Alice Riioades. Sleele. Mrs. Ethel Glascock, Osceola. Mrs. Herman Sagely, Rt. 1. Mrs. Leonard Oldham and oauy, Rt, 3. Dr. and Mn. Tipton have vacationing in Rlverton. Mo. been for a visit here as guests of Mrs. Grimme's mother, Mrs. Mary Lou Taylor and sisters, Mrs. Mary Ethel Taylor anu .Irs. f.vin Dooley. Mr. Grlmme is now in Memjihls visiting relatives and will be Joined by Mrs. Grimme In several days for their return to Gainesville where Mr. Grimme Is a senior at the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wheat announce the birth of a son Sept. 2 i at Walls Hospital. He has been named Roger Paul. They have three other children. Louie Isaacs Is a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital where he will undergo a minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ledbetter announce the birth of a daughter this morning at Blytheville Hospital. The baby, their first child, has not been Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose have I named. Mrs. Ledbetter Is the former moved to their new home. 401 E. Missouri. They formerly resided >t 404 Broadway. Mrs. Lena Gatlln ot Russellville. Ark.. Is spending several days here «.i Ruest of Dr. and Mrs. John Elliott. Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Nunn and Miss Hull Mi.w Mary Chang will leave Friday for Birmingham. Al«., where they will spend several days »••: guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Walion Cocke, Jr., and family. MIsa Nunn will return to Washington, D.C., Miss Chang to New York. Mrs. Nunn will remain for a week's visit with her daughter and family. Wade Reeves. Jr.. Bob Dumon, Don Kerbough, Billy Joyner, Bobby Turner. James Westbrook. Bobby Coleman and Prentls Jernlgan left thi«;~m_6rnlng for Arkansas state College. Jonesboro, where they will enroll as freshmen. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Primme of Gainesville, Fla.. arrived Monday Miss Raye Lucius, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Lucius. Mr.s. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. G. W. Pytes are visiting in Memphis with Mrs. A. M. Butt who is a pal- lent at Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Butt's condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. T. J. Mahan, Mrs. W. B. Tanner and Mrs. C. W. Afflick are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Pearl Albrltlon of Paducah, Ky. is visiting here as guest of her niece, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mr. Leech. Mrs. Peggy Jean Flndley of at. Louis Is spending several days here as guest of her grandmother, Mrs Pearl Fisher and aunt, Mrs. Earl Wilson. Taffeta and Bold Lact Liaien tn his hf«rt lilt when he seen yen tn Ihis tUnrinjc drew Hiil'i aft soft and rii.sllin*; ** i September evening. rnmopoHlan magazine'* Malt Jury succumbed to Us ramantirilly-vhisrirrmt; Uffrta tta- •imer-like lace and bare nhnuMrr styling. OHoose from gold, Kelly green or bronze liffeta and dapple it «ita th. black l«c. errrnklft— fur almnl SIO. 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