The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 1, 1952
Page 4
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FOUR BLYTHKVIT,LK (AUK.) COURIER MAT i, Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phun« 4'l Norma J. West Exchanges Vows In Hernando In the Baptist parsonage at Hernando. Miss., the Rev. M. c. Wliit- len heard vows pledged by MEsa Norma Jean and Donald \V. Huey. She Is (he dnnghlcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. West o( Promised Land and he Is Ihe son o( Mr. »nd Mrs. Freeman Hne.i'. For her marriage, the bride chose R suit of pink «lth which she wore navy accessories. FlTCinan Huey was hts son's best man And only attendant. The bride Is A member of the graduating claw of Blytheville High School. Mr. Hney fs a graduate of Bly- tlieville Hlch School. The couple Is nt home In Hlytho- vlllt, Mrs. Gene Pierce Feted at Shower Mrs. Gene Pierce, the former Miss Freddie Garner, and n recent bride, was feted last night nt a shower Riven in the home of Mrs. D. 0. Freeman on Ash Street. Misses Patsy Pope. Jerry Jo Lewis, and Mrs. George Stilwell were hostesses, Carrying out a white color Kheme. the hostesses hart white spring bouquets throughout the entertaining rooms. The dining table, from which party foods were •erved, was overlaid with n white lace cloth and was centered with a large arrangement of snoivbnl). •pirea and folinge. The honored, who was dressed !n yellow, with which she wore white acceworles, was presented a torsage of white carnations. Mrs. Louis darner, mother of the bride, was an honored guest. So Wonderfully Versatile ! Bits of News m ,// p t 11 loAUij i vrsonal 13. JO By Sue Burnelt The type of drc^s you \venr all rtay through the summer because it defeats the hot weather and looks nett and crisp. Four buttons close each shoulder, aud you can complete it in no Ime. Pattern No. 815S is n sew-rite per- foraled pattern in sizes 12. H. IB, 18. 20. size H. cap sleeve, 3\ yards o! 33-im-li. For this pattern, semi 20c In COINS, your name, addles, size desired, ar.ri the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue B'.irneU, Conrior News. 376 Qaincy St.. Chitago 6. 111. Send 25 cents loday for your cop> or Basic FASHION ',«. It shows yuvi how to m.ifce your wardrobe ti.) double dut.v \viib economical, tim(?-;nv- lug styles. Oil; pattern primed inside. 25 cents. May Fellowship Observance To Be Held New officers will be installed for the Blytheville Council of Church Women May Fellowship observance, Friday nt 2:30 p.m., fit the First Chlistlan Church, Mrs. Gcorjfc W, 'Pylcs will install the following ofllcers: Mrs. C. M. Gray, president; Mrs. W. J. Pitzhllgh. ftrsl vice president; Mrs. Iverson Morris, second vice liresltlent: Mrs. John McHancy, treasurer; Mrs. C. T. Chaniblln, historian. Mrs. Hugh Whit-silt, retiring president, will preside ftt the business meeting. Program will be under the direction of Mrs. Freeman Robinson, wHIl Mrs. Alex Shelby as reader and Mrs. R. R. Jayroe, organist. Mrs. J. C. Guard and Mrs. Eric Wbltley will lie in charge of the tea during (he social hour to follow. Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Sr., and Mrs. Wliltsltt will preside nt the tn- ble. Mrs. Rupert Crntlon. along with the new officers, will receive. Preceding the meeting. Die executive board will convene nl 2 p.m. lo make plans for the new year. Ladies Day Held At Country Club Yesterday was ladip.i day nl tlie Country Club «nd approximately M member* of the Blytheville Country Club were present for the affair. Spring bouquets of tulips and Iris were used throughout the enter- tauifn? rooms. Centering each Individual table was an after dinner coffee cup filled with floating pan- slc.v Taking top honors In the bridge games was Mrs. dean Atkinson. Second went lo Mrs, B. B. Goodman of Stccle, and Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt won third. In the cajia.sla game, Mrs. Lloj'il Klormnn and Mrs. c. M. Buck won first ami.second Mrs. Delia Sawyer ot Ran An- (onlo, Tex.. Is vlsilm* her sister, Mrs. auone Ifall, arid Mr. Hall. Mrs. O. C. Oanske and Mrs. John Tanslll of Wichita, Kun., spent several dny.s in Cflruthorsvillc visiting relatives, Mrs. Tnnsill Iclt this morning lor Marlon iinti West Memphis to visit other relatives 'Ioi'e returning to her home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bancroft Terry are In Florida tor a vacation. Leaving this morning for Fort Smith lor the stale convention of PEO were Mrs, K. I). Ciee, Mis. Charles Lemons, and Mrs. II. A. Lynch, who are delegates from Chapter "D." Chapter "N" was re- priMOiilecl by Mrs. AMn lluilmiin. Jr., and Mrs. Clicstcr Cnldvvrll. wlis UM;' i^voinjianird Ijy i'.u ir hus- d:-. The tilcn will \acation and p!;iy golf. Mrs. H. H, Jones of Osccul.i Friday In 'nirrell at the Qji. Meeting of the Tri-Coiuily man's Missionary Union. Mrs. LJoyd Stickrnon u.- Memphis .today. spent tcrly \V«- s in Dell Senior Play To Be Presented Dell High School's senior class will present t licit" annual I'lny, "LI n tin I/HI," a comedy hi three fu-fs, n(: 8 p.m., tomorrow. Thoso taking part in the piny nrc Sonny GUI, Harold I^vta. Dale Mlnyard, Trby Shcllon. Sally Tale, Earnest Shclton, Mclba Chnmpion, Janet Brown, Donnn Hose Simmons, Helen Workman and Vcrn Hrnnkley. Students of Rocky Smith's dancing school will dnnce between acts. The senior class was honored Tuesday with an old-fashioned Kcnmre dance given by the Future Dinners find HmnetnnkriK Club under the direction of Mrs. O. "*•:. JTtliinlcub and W. Ij. Tlollni. More than 100 students participated fn the rinnce with Mrs. Bollen, Mr. MiujnlcuL, Miss Kathryn Vtngllng, nnd Raymond Meadows Hursts. Bales of hay (lecornlrd the gym Eilong with flti-enmers and balloons. A large kt>K stood in the corner, and was used lor a lemonade dispenser. Pat Partlow Has |Birthday Party Mr. fliul Mrs. H. O. Partlow entertained . thVir rtnuglilrr, pat. 6;i her 15th birthday Tiic.sclny in thrlr home with a • dinner pnrty. and bunco afterwords. Sprint? bouquets of narcissi and sweet willlmn were used throughout the rooms. In which wns used a pink 'nnd white colcr scheme. In the bunco played by the 16 ttlrls. Alary Scrape von high, S\ie Jnbf won tow and Martha Wallpapers Are Cued for Every Type of Furnishings * i'i/:3 T ^ TJ( * i -f V .'" T *'• ' "I >»»***•' ***'tij Today's wa!l|i:ipcrs are rued lo furnishings of every type. Bedroom of ram-h-type house (above) Rets p.lper in small all-over design (o blend with ami' provide suitable background for furniture. Accessories cnn lie in pollcry, jicirter and wood. For Karly American home (lower center) there's wallpaper in simple flora! design, harmonizing with simple furniture and pewter accessories, hanging M>ice boxes. •$<'' * $';•'. Keilrooin (above) Is modified I'ctl- ral. U'all|)aiier is In plaid p.illern allion design. This border follows . ic tiny canopy river the bed, ".breaking the square lines of the plafil paper. Accessories for this type room ran be in silver, glass am! fine china. In color, Ihe new ..... , wallpapers are sophisticated, liven ; v ;-y provincial papers are shown In 5^-Jl-t ;tvoc:ido, cafe ai: lail, pinirnlo red. Brenda La n sky Has Birthday Brenda L/)U Lansky who was five years old yesterday WRS entertained In Mrs. NtchtjS.s Nursery School. I Fourteen children were present nnd | received favors from the hostess, [ Mrs. Louis Laiisky. Birthday cake and ice cream were sen'ed to the children, : Pictures were taken of the ^ro-up during the games they played. Number Nine Baptists Have All-Day Meeting An nil-day meeting took place at Number Nine Baptist church Tuesday when the Women's Missionary Union had* R Royal Service Pro- xrarn and business meeting, Mrs. Orvillc Norlhcutt hiul charge of the Royal Service program which, was entitled "Ifawaiians Are Americans, Too." Mrs. Cliftfc .Johnson led Ihe group in the WMU Watcliu-orrt, and Mrs. Rnymoiul Whitile, guve a devotional from the book of Psalms. Mrs. Carl Webster led In prayer. Others Uklng part on program | were Mrs. Harris CaldweH, Mrs. Herbert Julian, Mrs. Frank Conts I and Mrs. Hubert Norlhcutt, | A potluck luncheon followed the i program and in the afternoon a i business session was conducted. In which all committees and officers reported, i Mrs> Whittle closed Ihe meeting! with a prnycr, i JBlyllieville Auxiliary Sentls Women's Bible Class Have Dinner Meeting Coming Events t Thursday Yomi? Women's Association of Trinity Baptist Church meets' with Mrs. B. W. Woolen, 638 Lake, at 7:30 p.m. Friday I .a Finesse meets in the home of Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr. Cub Scout Pack 22.1 meets at Church o/ Christ »t 7:30 p.n* Chapter "N" of t ] EO meets will) Mrs. C. M. Smart at 2 p.m. CIB Is Entertained By Mrs. Henderson Mrs. Lewis Henderson was hostess last niglit to (lie CIB Club. Miss Vera Henderson won high score in the brirtge game. Miss I.H- ella Barnes won second and Mrs, Richard T. Mills, bridgo. A dessert course was served by tile hostess. Mrs. S. C, Owens were quests with, the club members for a dessert bridge. Narcissi was used in the floral decoration of the home. Mrs. R. c. Allen won hlgli and Mrs. H. a. Pnrilow won second. Dridgo went to Mrs. Paul Jobe. House Wargxing Honor* Rev. and Mrs. Weaver The Women's Missionary Asso. elation of the Little River Baptist Church entertained with a hou.M warmJfig at the new parsonage Sunday from 2 till 5 p.m., honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Fred Weaver. Mrs. Weaver vote a. shoulder arrangement of white carnations presented her by the host. The new home «-a.s decorated throughout with spring blossoms which'carried out a color scheme of yellow. Mrs. T. A. Bom-land and Mrs. K. M. liourlaud received the caller* and Mrs. Raymond Smith and Mrs. Zollan Stutts presided over the guest book. ' The table from which the guests were served punch and cake was presided over by Mrs. Ruff Leals and Mrs. Den Eoff, Mrs. Mannerlng Towlos and Mrs. J. P. Harris. It was overlaid in a cloth of lace and was centered with an arrangement of yellow tulips nnd gladioli, Interspersed with greenery. Appioximatey 50 guests called to greet [lie Rei-. and Mrs. Weaver. They receJved many gifts tor their new home. Mrs. James C. Guard nnd Mrs. OSCKOI^A—Mrs. Roy Dill turd was Oscar Pcndler left yesterday forjhastoss to memlwr.i of the Women's New Ork-ans where they will at- ! Bible Class number .six of the Adult tend the semi-annual executive] Department; Number Two of the hoard meeting of the National As- i UaptLst Sunday School for n dinner .-iocmuon of junior Auxiliaries. ! meeting at her home Thursday! Mrs. Fenrtlcr, as third vice-presi- '• ui"ht 1 dent, will make her annual report! ". ' i nt the incelinB to be hc|J May :t nt! A '' ra »Kem<?nt.s or splrea and the Hotel Montclcone Mrs c.uru'd ! purplp lrls decorated the entprl " in Is attending as president of the i Incnt rootlls »'"* howls of pansles j chapter here. They were accompanied by Mrs Hoyt Purvise and Mrs. En Croivn of (lie Jonesboro Junior Auxiliary, whose chapter the Rly- theville group sponsored. Tile Blytheville Auxiliary was organized in 1949 and has devoted its time, to chilli welfare. Mrs. Gunrcl and Mrs. Frndler will return Sunday. Fourth Anniversary I o Be Celebrated Yesterday, Jew* In Israel and all over the world celebrated the fourth anniversary of the establishment of the new state of Israel. rentcjed the table, Mr.s. Bertie Grc.shntn was a guest nc ; of the class and gave accounts of lit'r two and one half years in Germany, tours In Holland, France. Luxemburg and the Pa-ssion Play. Additional guests were Mrs. P. P. Herring nnd Miss Grace I^ove- 3ace. The latter completed teaching the shirty course book. "From Joshua to David." Eight members of the class have attended all sessions of the past quarter thus qualifying for credit on a teacher's diploma, Mrs. J. T. Rhoads was elected Fellowship vice-president and Mrs. C. E. Lynch, class ministries vice- j Mrs Cornelius Modiugor was PrwWen't. Reports from other vice-; hostws yesterday to the member.-; president* and officers were heard., of Town and Country Club, Mrs. Walker Baker. Mrs Ncal Gesell and Mrs. C, L, At c Waters were guests. Roses and other spring blooms were usert In the floral decoration of the home. Taking top honors was Mrs. Baker, and second high went to Mrs. R. C. Rose of DclL Mrs. Modingcr ."served refreshments during the afternoon. Mrs. Modinger Is Hostess to Club Congregation Temple Israel in Blytheville will have an anniversary celebration service Friday night at 8 p.m. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi, will deliver a sermon on "Bridges Between America and Israel." At the Hospitals Blytheville Hnspital Dismissed: Bill Jonc* City. V W.illi Ho«piUI Dismissed: Mrs. S. D. Mahan, -City Floyii Kail, Hughes. Club Eight Meets fn Poetz Home . Club Eight wns entertained yesterday in the home of Mrs. G. O. ' Poetx. Mrs. Rupert Crafton and •t ••!;> floinj inynhtre Is fun m ConnisLo Heelers...they'ri so beaulifully fitting, made of such {love-soft lealheisl Your foot floats on loam- cushion insoles! Whites... snappy spectator colors... ill so wondeifyHy low piked. CMRM ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE Repafrinr — Cleaning — Dyeing 421 W. Mali Dial JM» Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times THURS.-KRI. 1'Rl N'ites! 2 For Price of 1 The Besf Dressed Women Start the Season Right as Featured in / Leading Magazines •iij//'%'., * / Beautiful Cotton Lace with Rhinestone Button Trim. Four-gore skirt, full cut. Sizes 12-20. Navy, Pink &t Brown. Plus: I'arainonnl News, Cnrlnun K Novelty Keel RITZ GUESTS Mr. A- Mrs. Marion Kochler & Famil Mr. & Mrs. Frank Donplas TWINKLE in taffetizad chambray Twinkling rhincsfnnes are sprinklprt on (he quilled rokt and bell of (his eye-catching, sleovesless dress. Tn crisp, rustling laffelixed Chamhray, Sanforised and washable. in heaven blue, lilac, acqua, sand beige. 7 lo 15 .......... 1 0.95 YOU SAW'lT IN SEVENTEEN ZOO E, MAIN ST.

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