The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1951 · Page 2
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PACK TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS JMM Sh«Uon, Society Editor Miss Besharse Weds J. L. Westbrook, Jr. Miu Patsy Ruth Besharte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Besharse ol Blythevllle, became the bride of J. L. Westbrook, Jr., .son of Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Wutbrook of Blytheville, In • double ring cere- mcny performed Oct. 24 in Jones- borp. The nuptial vows were exchanged at the MM I Baptist Church with the Rev. C .Z. Holland officiating. Attending as matron of honor and only feminine attendant was Mrs. Tommy Westbrook. She chose a Raemor original gown of rayon otterman material which featured lace Inserts. The eggshell hue was fashioned as a princess coat and had a rhinestone trim. At her shoulder was pinned white carnations, She wore accessories of black. A two piece frock ol .chocolate brcwn velveteen wu chosen by the bride for her marriage. Her snug fitting white hat featured a pearl trim and was completed In brown veiling. At her Ihroat was a choksr of pearls and she completed her ensemble with accessories of brown. A white orchid wa« pinned »t h« ihoulder. Robert Westbrook aerved hU brcther as best man. The couple left immediately following the ceremony on » wedding trip to St. LouLs and Chicago after* which they will be at home In Bly- thevllle where the groom is connected with the Family Shoe Store. Mrs. Westbrook wu graduated from Blythevllle High School where •he.served as president of the Red Pepper Club and was a member of the Garden Club and National Honor Society and at the time ol her . rnarriage WM employed- at tarigston-McWaters Bulck Company.: , ;:A graduate of Jonesbqro High School, Mr. Westbrook was also graduated from Arkansas State College In JotteAboro and IK a veteran of service with the Navy. • * ' • Sorority Entertains With. Banquet-Dance ' iCri. Troy Graham and Mrs. Jimmy Hareitn were candidates, for the Jewel Pin ceremony of Epsllon Big- ma Alpha Bororlty at the Blylhe- rllle chapter's banquet-dance Saturday night at Hotel Nnble. • Ten members attended the brfn- quet In the Colonial Room preceding an evening of dancing. Witches, black cat* and goblins decorated the room. Mrs. Ray Swiiwy, chap- ^sr president, directed the ^ceremony. > -V. J .-.••-•;.>•..,. fi ':'.. • Dancing far tht chapter ape! 40 guest! followed in the Mirror Room •Cher* the decoration: also suggested the approaching Halloween holiday. •.-.'' Autumn Wooma In blue and gold, complimenting the sorority colors completed the setting for the affair. Drop-In Compliments Florida Houseguest Mrs. Charlie Hart of Jacksonville, Fla., a former Blytheville resident, was complimented Saturday afternoon when'Mrs. J. D. Widner en- EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. J. [,. Westbrook, Jr., exchanged nuptial vowa Oct. 24 In a double ring ceremony at tlie First Baptist Church in Joncaboro. The}' will be at home in Blytheville. Mrs. Westbrook is the former Miss Patsy Ruth Beslinrse. Girl,Scout Week Being Observed Oct. 28-Nov. 1 Varied activities have been planned by the Blythevllle Girl Scouts to observe Girl Scout Week, Oct. tt-Nov. 1. Girl Scout Week commemorates the birthday ol Juliette Low, founder of Olrl Scouting. The days of Olrl Scout week are dedicated to different services of Girl Scouting. They are as follows: Monday—home-making; Tuesday — "Ntlzenshlp; Wednesday — health .nd safety; Thursday—intcrnntion friendship; Friday—arts and crafts ind Saturday—out-of-doors. Blytheville Girl Scouts this week are folding Christmas Seals for the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association. Instead of playing "Trick or Treat" Halloween night. Girl Scouts and Brownies will be knocking on doors for "treats" ol sewing Items to send overseas. This operation is called "Playmates Overseas" and is a national Olrl Scout project. Thursday has been designated Oirl Scout Day and all girls will wear their uniforms. Special events have been planned and Mrs. W. R. Campbell, leader ol the Central Scout Troop will hold an investiture ceremony Wednesday afternoon at the Little House. Parents of the scouts have been jnviled to attend the ceremony. MONDAY, OCTOSB* M, MM and 5 p.m. to extend greetings to her mother, Mrs. J. E. McFail. Autumn blooms were set about the entertaining rooms. Assorted party foods and Iced drinks were served. Monthly Game Played at Hotel Tlie monthly maslerpoint game of the Duplicate Bridge League was played Saturday at Hotel Noble, with Mr. and Mrs. Marc Ford winning first honors. Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and Mrs. C. C. Councllle were second high winners, Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Raymond Smith, third, nilrt Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. E. B. Gee. fourth. Winners for the six weeks series Margie Ann Is the name which has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. William T. Stewart for their' first child, a daughter born yesterday morning at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Stewart Is the former Miss Margaret Holt. ; . Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Owens, Mrs. W. R. Baugliman, Mrs. J. E. Krech nnd Mrs. W. A. Maugham were in Senalobla, Miss., Friday where they attended funeral services lor their brother and uncle. Miss Betty Dodds, Miss Florence Moore and Miss Blllie Sue Burks were In Memphis yesterday where they attended the wedding of Miss Mary Hall and Paul Tiebcl, Jr. Mrs. Tlebel Is a former Blythevllle rest- dent. Mrs. Felix Carney and Mrs. Carllon Stiles are In Memphis today. They went. especially to be with Mr. Stiles, who underwent major surgery Thursday at Kennedy Veterans HoiplUl. •t Saturday guests of tlie Rev. and Mrs. Roy i; Bagley and family included the Hev. «nd Mrs. Harold Womack and family of Hughes, the Rev. nnd Mrs. Paul Bumpers of Marked Tree, the Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Knox of West Memphis and the Hev. and Mrs. Lyman Barger of Lepanto. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mnhon and Mrs. James Nlersthelmer spent yesterday in Memphis. While Ihere they were the guesl.s of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins and daughter. Charlene aud nlso visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick Shivley, former Blythe- vllle residents. ed Saturday in Magnolia, with Mrs. Charles Alford of Blythevllle being Installed as secretary of the group. Guy Burks, who Is a student, at Arkansas Stole College, Jone.sboro, was the weekend guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harmon Ellis announce the birth of their first child, a son Friday at Walls Hospital. He has been named Hnrmon Lenual. Mrs. Ellis Is the former Miss Margaret Ann Hill. Miss Lois Porter relumed today from Roe, Ark., and Memphis where she had spent a week with relatives and friends. Miss Porter wns In Memphis yesterday lor the marriage of Miss Mary Hall and Paul Ticbel, Jr., tor which she served as maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. John Moses and Inmlly ol Mounds. 111., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Moses* parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Shlbley and sl.sters, Miss Josephine Shlbley and Miss Geneva Shlbley. Mrs. Charles Hart and daughter, Charlyn Jo of Jacksonville,. Fla., are the ^houseguests of Mrs. Hart's mother, Mrs. J. E. McFail. T/Sgt. Hart, W'hQ Is stationed Rt Jacksonville, will arrive Nov. 1 to spend 10 days here and accompany Mrs. Hart nnri daughter to Jacksonville. Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. Baker Wilson and daughter, Miss Jane Wilson, returned yesterday from Gainesville, Ga., where they hfld been since Thursday RS guests of Miss Amiclla Humphreys. Mi.ss Humphreys la R freshman at Bre- nau. Mrs, C. W. Plcetwood and son, Allison, of Memphis were the weekend gue-sts of Mrs. Allison's father, J. P. Allison, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Nfoore and daughter, Snndra, and Mr. and Mrs. Or.idy Mngce spent the weekend In Houston. Miss.. RS guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Price were In Little nock Saturday for the. University of Arksnsas-Santa Clara foothflll 'game. They were joined there'.by" their son, Joe Price, who Is a student al the University and member of'the school'tannd. Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Folger .had ns their weekend guests Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Ward and family of Pine Bluff. Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pure Whole Hoi Sansaj-e Seasoned Just Rlitht! A BLVTHEVILLE PRODUCT Council Plans World Community Day Observance World Community Day under the sponsorship of the Blytheville Council of Church Women will be observed Friday, with services at the First Methodist Church. "Live By Faith" has been chosen as the theme for the 2:30 p.m. session and the program is under the direction of Mrs. C. M. Gray, council chairman of the world missions. Miss Sue Osmenl will direct the devotional service and a p.inel discussion will be led by Mrs. Dick J. White, with Mrs. O. W. Coppedge, Mrs. William Wyatt and Mrs. Jim Rainwater participating. Council projects for the year are scholarships for International students and aid for the homeless. An Executive Board meeting Is planned preceding the program, with Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt, council president presiding. At The Hospitals Blyiherllle HojpiUl Dismissed: Rose Ella Sanders, Dell Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., City Mrs. Irn Gray, City Ned Bennett, City. Carlos Carbers, City, Gnardlan. Gulli Salt Lake city has a" monument honoring a flock of gulls that saved the community from famine In 1848, at which time an Insect plague was destroying crops. ACTING SUoseph ASPIRIN AH* MUUNfcY Art Mooney (above) and his orchestra will provide the music for the Country club Halloween dance Wednesday night. Alan Foster Is featured vocalist with the group and a comedy touch will be added by Kcrwin Somerville and Johnny Romano. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Mrs. C, M. Smart hostess to Tues- iy Bridge club. Town and Country Club entertained by Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., honoring Trl-Town Club. County Beard of Directors of Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association has 7 p.m. meeting at Rustic Inn. Mrs. Phillips Robinson hostess to La Petit*. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at 7:15. Model meeting of Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at George home on Kentucky Street, with Mrs. Andrew Moses, hostess. Wednesday Mrs. F. E. Black hostess to Wednesday Club. -Club Eight meels with Mrs. Jesse M. White. Col. John Martin Chapter ol DAC has 11 a.m. meeting-luncheon at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Lewis Henderson hostess to CIB Club. . . Country Club Halloween dance with Art Mooney and his orchestra Thursday Lake Street Methodist WSCS has chili supper at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Duplicate Bridge League plays a Hotel Noble at 7:30. Mrs. Homer Wilson entertaining Octette Club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs Harry A. Hnines. Thursday club entertained b PILES May Cause FISTULA Related Ailments Explained In FREE BOOK OSCEOLANEWS By Bettye Nellt Slarr PTA Plaiu Carnival Plans have been completed lor he P»renl-T«acher-A»soctatlon Halloween Carnival to be heldvin he school* Wednesday night. For the • elementary Khool students, amuwment* have been planned at the grade school from 5:30 ill 8 p.m. Activities are scheduled to get indervay (or the-teen-agers at the ii#h school at 8 p.m. One of the, highlighti of the evening will be a fashion show of today and yesteryear In which a .00-year-old wedding gown, a 1920 bathing «u|i and a basketball suit (torn early sports days will be modeled, A negro minstrel and Cakewalk also are planned, Ray Mann, PTA ^resident «atd. Mrs. Driver Enterislni Mrs. Harry Driver entertained her iridge club and one guest, Mrs. S. L. Oladljh, with a luncheon Saturday at her home on Johnson. Arrangement* of pumpkin yellow marigolds were used for floral decorations. Mrs. Ed Qulnn won high score pme nnd Mrs. Gladlsh also received i prtee. Personal i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers spent !he weekend in New Albany. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Campbell and daughter, Anne, returned today to their home in Bell«ville, 111, after a few days visit, with Mr. Campbells mother, Mrs. Madeline Camp- David Laney and a. A. Robinson, Memphis, returned Wednesday from a squirrel hunt on Ben Laney's Old Lake Plantation near Augusta. B«n Laney was host to the group on tKe hunt. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Welnberg today will be Mrs. Weinberg's sisters and their families, Mr and Mrs. Irving Katz and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Levy and daughter, Freddie, all of Memphis. They came especially for tonight's homecoming football game. . Mrs. J A. Leech. Mrs. J. F. Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Midweek Club meets with Mrs. Max d! Usrey. Thursday Rook duo plays at the home of Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Home Department of the Womans' Club has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the Club on West Main Street. Friday Ritual*of Jewels-Pledge ceremony of Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble-at 8 p.m. Chapter "N". of PEO has 2 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. Adams. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church has 12:30 luncheon at the church. Blytheville Council of Church Women observe World Community Day at First Methodist Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. R. A. Porter hostess to Frl day Club. Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Jr., hostess to Friday Contract Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. location Oddliy Although it Is several hundred miles farther south than Rio de Janeiro, Valparaiso, Chile. Is closer to New York City than is the former city. Order of the Chancery Court tor the Chlctasawba District of Miuta- alppl County, Arkansas, rendered pa September 24, 1851, in cause No. 11766 wherein D. r. Taylor, Trustee, et al. were plaintiffs and Trola a. 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