The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 20, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE fARK.) COURIER NEWS Shelton, Society Editor Pbon» 4461 Miss Hagan to Wed In November Ceremony Mr Hagan are Mrs. today Rlwan) announcing the engagement of their daughter. Miss Mary Rcgina Hagan, to Ulues Blan Wimberlcy. Mr. Wlmberlcy is the ion of Mrs. Irvln \ViwberJey and the late Mr. Wimterley of Chula Vista, Calif. A November wedding Is planned. Miss Hagan was Riaduatcd from Armorel High Scliool and Is now employed In the sheriff's office hrre. A graduate of Joncsbofo High School, Mr. Wiinborlcy is H veteran of service with the Air Force during World War -Ji anil is now cm- ployed as a radio-television technician at Stoldenberg's In LaMeEU Calif. Unusual Twist to Wedding !s Planned "f^' 81 ;^ OSCEOLA, Oct. 20-Tllls Arkansas community (5 planning a wedding for a returning Korean veteran and his fiancee, The couple. Miss Ellen Ray Bolin ol Osceola and ^^^^^=^^=^?^=:^T= Bits of News ,/ Jan-alt Home Is Scene Of Class Bunking Party A bunking warty at the home of The affair was planned In compliment to the assistant class teacher, Miss Doris Payne, ivlio is tiansfer- rin» to another During the evening Miss Payne was presented a gift, Foods were served during the night, with break- Jail this morning concluding the event. . Mrs. Jarratt, class teacher, was assisted by Mrs. jjilly Lambert., new assistant teacher. 17 Guests Attend Party At Mervin Gilless Home Mrs. Mervin Oilless last night was hostess at her home la 17 guests, who gathered to shower Inyette gift 1 ; upon Mrs. Bill Tegethoff. Autumn flowers were arranged about the entertaining rooms and in the evening's parly games Mrs. Homer Connell and Mrs, Eddie Fartf, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leccli Imvc (is their weekend honseguejvts Mr. a;id MM. C.irl UelllllKialli of Ul- tle Hock. Nuland Young is no\v EU his hnme oil Mehvay 01 alter tavina been jj.iuent at MrmphU Baptist Ilos- l.ital. Ifis condition is reported as much improved. Mrs. P. E. liliick Is reported In | n M'lisfiiciorv condition at her home Writ Mai,, street where she ''' 10 ' 11 Mcm Jr., were awarded prizes. . Mrs. Gilless served course. dessert PEO Chapter "N" Has Meeting in Hotel Miniature faces and hats adorned the novel apple placecards used yesterday for the J pjn. luncheon- meeting of Chapter "N" of the PEO Sisterhood. Mr*. Freeman Robinson'and Mrs. John Caurtill were hostesses In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble fur the bi-monthly meeting. A large Jaek-o-lantern festooned with chrysanthemums formed the table's center design. Full foliage arranged the length of the table extended from the. autumn centerpiece. The alternoon's program, "Art." was. presented by Mrs, Alvln Huffman, Jr. • » • Blooms Decorate /Home For Bridge Club Meeting Clusters of red dahlias and bronze chrysanthemums set in beds of greenery were arranged nbout the entertaining rcoms or the Russell daughter, Sarah Ann, of Fit. Louis are weekend quests of Mr. and Mrs II. C. Hcitfleld. J. T. Nash arrived yesterday from his home In West Point, Aliss., to spend several days as gue.sts of his son, L. a. Nash anil Mrs. Nash. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard are in Oxford. Miss., today for the Ole Miss-'J'nlane football name. Mr. ami Mrs. Max B. Reid and Mr. Ucid's mother, Mrs. I.el;\ Reid of West palm Beach. I-'la.. who is visiting here, left this afternoon for Batesville to be the weekend Bursts of Mrs. Lela Reid's sister, Mr.s'. A. L. Crouch. T/Sgt. nnd Mrs. Muck S, Morris announce the birth ol their second Sergeant F/rst Class John Junjor Greene of Kelser, will be married In the studios of ndio station KOSE at 4:30 p.m. next Saturday with the ceremony broadcast in a special program. Merchants and businessmen are contributing an array of gifts, decorations and food tor a reception. The ceremony will be performed by Municipal Judge W. W. Prewitt. Nuptial music will be provided by members of the bride's family, the liolin Trio, a group which has been hnaril over the radio station for the Mrs. Byrd Hostess Carl Byrd was at a shower Friday night on North Baltimore honoring Mrs. joe need Thrclkeld, the former Miss Sharlcne Hester. Fall flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms where Mrs. Lois Ooodson and Miss Barbara Plecman directed the seventy guests in party games. The hostess was a.«Lsu<l by Mrs, V. H. Fox and Mrs. liuil Hemon. Honored at .Shower The home of Mrs. L, K. Holt was the scene of a miscellaneous shower Monday night, when the Wilder Ones Club entertained fifty-three guests in honor ol Mrs. J. D. Fiee- past two years. J. B. Bolin will give man, » club member who recently Ills daughter In marriage. Attend-' ' ' ' ants have not been chosen. Sgt. Greene recently returned from thirty months overseas duty. He has been In the Army seven years and served In Japan until the outbreak of hostilities In Korea. He served with the Seventh Artillery Infantry. His 30-day furlough will expire on Nov. 7 and he expects duty in Texns or In Europe, Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30, Cotillon Chili has 9 p.m. business meeting, 10, dance at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. J. Parris McCalla, Mr. and Mrs, William Lawshe, Mr. and Mr.s. J. F. Montandon, Mr. and Mr.s. Lloyd Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan, hosts and hostesses. Sunday Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Siuma Plii has Preferential Tea for rushccs at F. K Black home on West Main Street. .Monday -- _ First Baptist Church Circles meet. child, n daughter, Monday after-! —Circle One, Mrs. J. w. Raydcr; neon at Turrenline Clinic in Le- Cirt:lc Two, Mrs. Jim Cralton; Cir- panto. She lias been named Nellie Ann. They have a BOH, John Edward. Mrs. Morris Is the former Miss Ernestine Hunks of Osceola. cle Three. Mrs. Kendall Berry; Circle Four. Mrs. W. M. William.?; Circle Five, Mrs. H- H. Brooks; Circle Six. Mrs. W. W. Mitchell and Circle nc.sne uns o Osceola. ^>IA, jvn^, w. \y. i^iiLcjivii ;uiu T/Sgf. Morris Is a former Blythe-1 Seven, Mrs. J, T. Westbrookville resilient. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ... B . v „.,„ daughter. Dlnnc. of Stockton Calif nnd Parker Willlam.5 of Dyer, Term., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs J. C. Williams. Mrs. R. E. Bnker and son, Elicit Baker, nnrt Mrs. Sonny Baker,'who recently returned from "Okinawa and Miss Elnine Cantrell of Amnrv. Miss., spent Thursday nnd Friday with Mrs. Baker's mother, Mr.s. J. F. Epperson, and other relatives, Mrs. Epperson recently returned from Campbell's Clinic, Memphis. Mrs. Gerald Mniln Bllri Infant daughter have returned to their home In Memphis after visiting Mrs. Mann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Lloyd. Mr. anrt Mrs. J. E. Ounter and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Gunter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sprayberry of Memphis. Mrs. c. D., WhUtnkcr entered Methodist Hospital in Memphis Thursday to undergo surgery. A ' a Fan- home yesterday for" the!,.,,-,-,_" ~ weekly meeting of the Friday Con- WSC S tn HriVP> tract Club, for which Mrs Parr IU nUVC was hostess. Mrs. Hosco Crafton, Mrs. G. G. Caudill and Mrs. J. Q. Trieschmnn were guests for the afternoon of bridge. In the game, Mrs. Loy Welch won high score. Mrs. Trieschman. second high and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, bridge Members of the Woman s Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church will meet at the church at 10:30 a.m. Monday for an nil-day study. There will be a rollnri-tnble tiis- Durlns the afternoon, Mrs Farr , rc wl " be * rollnri-tnble tiis- •rved refreshments ' pussinn on North and South Amcr- served refreshments. Mrs. Logan Entertains Dessert Bridge Club Mrs. Bob Logan yesterday was ho.sicss at her home for n dessert' bridge entertaining members of the Friday Club. I All members of the club were 1 present nnd In the g.ime Mrs. S E ' Tune won high .score. Mrs. Osrnrl Fcmiler, second hl?h. and Mrs J i Farris McCalla, brid^o. | lea anrt, the morning portion will be closed with n potluck luncheon. A 1 p.m. book review by Mrs. Newton whitls followed by "a film on South America will ' adjourn the mcetinc. At The Hosnitals niylhei-lhe llnsnllnl Dismissed: Mrs. A. J. Miiclmum. Tomato Edward Johnson. Holland Vcrnon Atkin. Citv Airs. Curtis Boren and baby Manila. became a bride. Mrs. Milton Towles led the guests in party games, after which Mrs. Fleeman opened and admired her lovely gift.?. Open-face sandwiches, pickles, potato chips, cookies, and cokes were served the guests by the hostesses. Personals Mrs. L. K. Holt and daughters. Louise and Rosa Lee, anrt Miss Dean HorsJey were Jonftsboro visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fox vls- iled their children, Afr. and Mrs. Durnls Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCormick and children, 111 St. Louis over the week end. Mrs. Hudson Storey had as her guest Friday, Mrs. Richard Rayder, and daughter of Blytheville. Mr, and Mrs. Mackey Joe McCullough announce the arrival of a daughter born Oct. 15 at Button's Olinlc. She has been named Susan Diana. Mr. McCultough is in the Navy. Miss Faye Dllts visited friends in St. Louis last week. Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Walker and daughters of Hunter Field, Georgia, are veiling friends an drelatlves this week. Sgt. starling w, Harmon, who is stationed with the army at Pine Camp, N.Y., is spending a 15-day furlough with his family. W. W. Fowler was in Paragould on i business Wednesday. Mrs. Jean Jollff and son. Stevie of Etowah visited Mr. and Mrs W W. Fowler Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. James Fowler and daughter, Martha, of Little Rock visited Dr. Fowler's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fowler, over the to Tuesday Mrs. James Terry entertaining Trl-Town Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at Club at 7:15. Lake Street Methodist WSCS has bnzaar at the church. Scavenger Hunt or Epsllon Sigma Alpha Sorority at the home of Mrs. Maurice Wiley, 8M Karelin. Mrs. Max Reid entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club at Hotel Noble. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sig- mn Phi has 7:30 p.m. dessert bridge- cnnasta rush party at the Rustic Inn. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at stcete home of Mrs. J. W. Bobbins. Mrs. Charles Rose hostess to Wednesday Chita at the Country Club. Club Eight meek with Mrs. Graham. Sudbtiry. CIB: plays bridge at the home of Mrs. Lewis Henderson. Mrs. Dick Watson hostess to High] Hotel Noble at 7:30 pm rwo Club. Fr , rtly T "" rsilBT Mrs. C. W. Oarrlgnn hostess to Mrs. R. D. Hughes hostess to Friday Contract Club. Thursday Club, | _ Friday Club meets with Mrs. J. chicken dinner Woman's Auxil- weekend. They were en route ™ Washington, p. c.. to attend a den- tnl convention. Martha remained with her grandparent.? to spend the week. Tosha Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Rice, is seriously ill at Ration's Clinic. v She suffered a blow on the 'head when she fell "from her bicycle Tuesday. ^ Seaman Wilburn Dean Dilts returned to the Naval Base in San Francisco nfler a visit with his mother. Mrs. Luther Mirttlleton. Mr. and Mr.s. Herman Hill of Ft Lupton, Colo., visited Mr. anil Mrs. Raymond Fox Tuesday. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1961 OSCEOLA NEWS Mrs. Shlppen Entertains Mrs. Ed Shippen entertained the Widow's Pitch Club Thursday night with a supper parly followed by an evening of playing cards. Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr won high score »nd Mrs. V. C. Colbert, second high. Miss Khoades Jlogftti Miss June Rhoades was hostess to her bridge club Thursday night. Ready For Special Dates T-r 8569 12-20 By Sue Burnett Looking for a frock for important dates this fall? Here's your answer In an attractive style that Is nicely detailed. And you can sew it smoothly and quickly with our well illustrated sew chart. Piittrrn No. iSSHS Is a scw-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12 u 1C. 18, 20. Size H. 3\ yards of 39- inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 312 VV. Quincy street, Chicago 6. Don't miss the Fall and winter FASHION. It contains 48 pages o[ new styles, simple to make 'frocks for all ages; decorating tricks; gift patterns printed inside the book Send 25 cents today. Three guests were Mrs. darner Robbins, Mrs. Anne nichardson nnd MUs Evelyn Jean Plgg. The house was decorated In Halloween colors ami the motif wns repeated In the refreshments. Miss Bo Balloue won high score, Mrs. Hobblns, second high and Miss Plgg, bridge. Canasta club Meets Thursday afternoon the Town and Country Canasta Club met with Mrs. Charlie Lowrance for a lunch- con. The dining tabte held an arrangement of bronze and yellow miniature dahlias accented with blue buriella. In the canasta game, Mrs. Walter Driver and Mrs. Frank Williams were prize winners. Four Table Club Meets Mrs. R. C. Bryan entertained the Four Table Club Thursday at her home for a dessert preceding an afternoon of playing bridge. Mrs. Ed Quinn won high score club prize, with Mrs. J. H. Lovewell winning second high and Mrs. Joe Cromer, guest high. Asters and dahlias decorated the home. HHe« for Mrs. Miller Services for Mrs. Charles Miller of Evanston. III., the former Miss Thelma. Blacttwood of Osceola, were conducted yesterday In Evanston. Mrs. Miller died at her. Evanston home Thursday. She was the daughter of the late Will Blackwood and a niece of Dwight Blackwood. John Blackwood, Mrs. Emma B. Moore. Mrs. J. Lan Williams and Mrs. Jessie Davis. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mauler of Hot Springs spent several days this week as guests of Mrs. Emma B. Moore and Mrs. Pauline Hayden. Fred Smith, who was formerly connected with the Youn? Insurance Co.. has .gone to Amarillo. Tex., to establish an insurance office. Mrs. Smith will join him there In 10 days. She is the former Miss Helen Pittman. Mrs. Eugenia. Shout-/, of Louisville, Ky.. visited relatives in Osceola this week. Mrs. Pauline Hayden is spending the weekend In Memphis as guest of her sister, Mrs. W. G. Halhorn and Mr. Hayden. Mrs. Earl Futch, Jr.. ,of Ocaln. Fla.. will arrive Monday to visit her" parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. John \v. Edrington. Mrs. Earl Futch. Sr., and Mrs. William Ciasgs. both of Ocala, who have be«n spending the" mra of October in Hot Springs will ar rive be w i th the Ed . rmgton family for several days Mrs. Earl Abrey of Boston, Mass arrived In Memphis by plane where she was Joined by relatives and motored to Osceola to be with her brother, Joe Dlllahunty, who Is seriously ill at his home In Osceola Miss Sally Travis, who Is a sopho more at Brenou, Gainesville, Gn has been chosen head cheer leader by students of the Riverside Military Academy of Gainesville. Miss irayls Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Travis Snow Wilson, Jr.. who is a student a' Western Military Academy, Alton. III., will arrive tonight to be the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob GiUespie. In Birmingham today for the Tennessee-Alabama football game were Louis George. Ben Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy of Osceola and »«lr. and Mrs. Rufus Branch of Pecan Point. Attending the Arkansas-Texas game at Payettevllle today were Mr and Mrs. Baker Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Speck and Mr. and Mrs, Minor Taylor. , tl Australians Show Varied Preferences SYDNEY {/Pi _ Recent G.lllup polls in Australia show that the ! Australians favor Immigration, like | trade unions, read travel and mystery novels and favor price control When it comes to sports, two out of three 'adult Australians prefer to leave It to the teen-agers. Among those who do indulge, tennis is the mcst popular until the ase of 50 After that something called "lawn bowls" takes over in popularity. Gals Like Sailors CHARLOTTETOWN, Canada <AP)—Girls certainly love a sailor claims Lt. Gliff Court of nearbv Bedford. The harassed operations ~~u.u. u . ine uiirsis^ea operations I^UHUK iiuse-mun^ nair | officer said in 'one hour lust week tucks beneath ycur trcsse. Spaghetti and sponsored by the i.-iry of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at Jaycee Clubrooms, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. TI,E Club meets with Mrs. Bill Lambert. Mrs. Eujiene Brown entertaining Thursday Rook Club. . Octette Club entertained by Mrs. Homer Wilson. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Open for Business MODERN HOME Interior Decorators Highway 61 S. C. J, BURRIS l.TIIOI.STF.RER rimne 8001 'Where Christ and Christians Meet' CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY] Sermons Mnrninj?—"I.idle Things". Kvenirii,'—"Why I am ^ nirmher of (lie Church of Christ". KLCN 12:15-12:3(1 Dr.tlv Everybody Welcome Early Service 8:45 Song Lender— James Thompson Second Service 10:50 Song 1,carter— W. T. Shellon CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Fnrrl* McCnlln. Saturday Epsllon Sigma Alpha sorority has banquet-dance in Mirror Room of Hotel N'ohle-complimenting rushees. Duplicate Bridge League plays at 1:30 nt Hotel Noble. CULLISON STUDIO Now Located at 100 W. 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