The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1950 · Page 4
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I FAGZ FOTJR BLYTHEVTLLB fARK.V COURTER NEWS Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Dover Receives Gifls At Surprise Crystal Shower Mr». MIno T. Dover, Jr., received gifts for her new home Monday night it the surprise crystal shower given in her honor nt the home of Mrs. Elzle H. Brown. Mrs. Dover was until her recent marriage Mrs. Ann Holt. A pink, white and green ccior scheme was selected Jor the occasion with the'archway of the entertaining room being marked with •» cluster of white wedding bells finished in flowing white .'bbon streamers. Trailing Ivy outlined the archway and bells. Complimenting the selected motif were the cameo pink pom pom chrysanthemums garlanding the bridal couple topping a pressed glass bowl arranged In the room. The chair in which Mrs. Dover was seated for the evening's activities was Indicated with white sai.in bows. Party games and contests were played by the 13 guests who were members of the Beginner's Department of ' the First Baptist. Church. •Prizes were presented Miss Frances Shouse and Mrs. Byron Nail during the evening. Tiny cards adorned with white bows centered with single pink blossoms and bearing directions to the group's gifts were presented Mrs Dover who followed the clues lending to the "treasure." Assisting the hostess was Mrs Burks Barker and Mrs. Byron Nail * * + Mrs. MacDonald, Guest' ~ With Tri-Town Club Mrs. John MacDonuld was the only guest yesterday with Trl-Town Club when the group wns entertained at the Country Club for the weekly afternoon of bridge. Mrs Newton Whitis was hostess for the occasion. Sealed at .small tables arranged in an entertaining room of the club bridge was played, with high score being won by Mrs. Dene Tea ford . and second high by Mrs. MacDonalcl Refreshments were served during the afternoon. * * * Mrs. Smith Is Presented Layette Gifts at Party Ten guests gathered last night »t tht Jack Henry home on Cherry to present miscellaneous layette gift* to Mrs. Charles Smith. Mrs. Frances Ellis was" co-hostess for the pink and blue party. Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Freci McGregor and Miss Rosa Isaacs were prize winners in the party games played during the evening. A baby buggy, bedecked in .streamers of pink and blue and filled with the. guests' giftj was presented Mrs. Sniith. Further continuing the pink and blue theme were the tiny keel cafces • nd party foods served. Each guest was presented a favor from the hostesses. Special' guests were Mrs. W. B. McMullin, mother of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. G. W. smith, mother of Mr. Smith. » « • Beginner's Class Meets At Eugene Schultz Home Mrs. Eugene Sclvultz was hostess Sunday night at her home to 12 small members of the Beginner's Class of the Number Nine Baptist Church for an evening of games and Informal entertainment. During the evening hot chocolate »nd cookies were served by the hostess. Three, mothers assisted 1 BchulU during the evening. Canasta Club Meets; Mrs. Macre High Scorer Canasta high score in the weekly game of the Twin Table Club played DRESS-UP WEAR 8666 U-42 By Sue Burnett Just, the thing for holiday (es livilies—a graceful date frock with curved detail to accent the right hip. shaped neckt!n_e [o frame your face prettily. Try It in a glowing velvet or rich crepe. Pattern No. 8fi6G is a new-rite perforated pattern ftfr sizes 1'2, 14, 16. 18. 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, 314 yards of 39-inch, For this pattern, send 25c pills ,TC for first-class mailing, in COINS your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBKR to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 312 \V Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, III, Don't miss the latest issue ol FASHION—just off the press! This Pall and Winter catalog Is planned to guide yoir smoothly in sewing smart, wearable fall clothes. Free pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. ^ Former Resident* Honored At Manila Shower Mrs. with a George Drtvis entertaine party and shower for Mrs Sorority Is Complimented At Dessert Bridge-Canasta Suggestive of the approaching Christmas season were the slngle- iled red candles which burned each of the stnnll tables set nt the W. O. Reeves home last light for the dessert bridge canas- a entertaining members of the Al )ha Delta Chapter ol Beta Sigma hi. Mrs. Henry Dodd and Mrs. T. H •nrawny were hostesses to the '26 guests attending. ' ' Shartcd pink carnations Interspersed with pastel hued yellow [>tnk and orchid snapdragons set .n beds of greenery topped the manic] and dining table of the spacious •ooms. Following the dessert 'course anrt coffee, bridge and canasta were played with canasta htgh prize being won by Mrs. Thomas Jefferson hndge high going to Mrs. Free Stcadmnn and bridge to Mrs. Barney Crook. The hostesses' were assisted during the evening by Mrs.. Harold Wood. Vlrs. Langston High Scorer, •or Weekly Bridge Club Mrs. Clco Langston was higl icore winner and Mrs. G. <3. Can dill, second high winner yesterday in the weekly bridge game of the ro\vn and Country Club. Mrs, R. C Rose entertained the group at her Roseland home. Chrysanthemums were the chos n flower for the decoration of the entertaining room. An iced drink was served during the afternoon. Plans For Union Services Revealed Union Thanksgiving services under !he auspices of the Osceola Ministerial Alliance will be held from fl till 9 n.m. tomorrow at the First Methodist church In Qsceola. Presenting the message will be the Rev. Percy Herring, pastor of the First aBptLsl Church while the Rev Mr, GJrland Taylor, pastor of the First Baptist Church .while the in charge of the service. A freewill offering to further.the work of the Osccola Ministerial' Alliance will be taken. Special music will be under the direction ol Mrs. John W. Edrin;f- ton, director of the First Methodist Choir. WEDNESDAY, NOVTCJrBER 29, 1950 W. Orin Green, Jr., Friday evenlni at her home in Manila. She wa.s as sisted by Mrs. W. O. Campbell o Del). In addition to games and contests, a reading u-as given, by Mrs. Dale Carter, after which the guesUs helped to open the shower gifts. The guest book in pink and blue was in charge of Mrs. C. H. Ashabranner. The pink and blue color motif was repeated In the refreshment plate and favors, which were tiny pink anrt blue umbrellas. Mrs. Green is the former Miss Vernell O'Neal of Blytheville. Pastel Hues Highlighted fn Floral Centerpiece A silver bnwl holding pink and white snapdragons formed the centerpiece for the dining table of the C, M. Smart home yesterday for the luncheon -bridge complimenting members of the Tuesday Bridgi Club. Following the luncheon the remainder of the afternoon was speni Party Plans Made By Church Class December 19 has been .^elected as the date for the Christmas party if the Friendship Sunday School Mass of lhe_-._pirst Baptist Church, 'lans for*7ft)e" party were macle ast n[ght~at-the bosinc-ss meet- ng held at the home ol Mrs. Bill arlfir. Mrs. Tommy Tinker presided over the meeting of the H members. Class teacher, Mrs. C. E. Evans, :aught thi lesson study, "Building A Christian Home" followed by [he dismissal prayer. Mrs. Carter served » dessert course. Arriving today from the University ot Arkansas, Fayettcville to spend the Thanksgiving holiday weekend with relatives arc, Miss Barbara Monaghan t/o be the guest of her parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Malt Monaghan; MLss Gay, Garrigan, gue.st of parent.*;, Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Oarrigan; MLss Mary Frances Galnes, guest of parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. L-. Gaincs; Miss Betty Harber, guest of parenus, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harbor; Miss Shirley King, Sliest of parents, Mr. and Mrs, Fletcher King; Miss (Catherine Martin, guest of parents, Mr. and Mrs. sterling Martin; Bill Williams visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Williams; Graham Partlow guest of parenUSj Mr. and Mis. H. G. Partlow. Condition of Mr.s. A. W. Lilly, who underwent surgery Monday morn Ins at Memphis Baptist UospHal Is reported as satisfactory. Hilly Bob and Jack Elliott, both students at Arkansas Tech, Rus- sellvillc. accompanied by a guest, Albert Dickey -of Fort Smith, will be the Thanksgiving holiday guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scruggs. Mrs. Howard Hires was removed 'to Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday where she had been a patient since Sunday night. Condition ot Mrs. Hires, who had undergone surgery several weeks ago in the Baptist Hospital Ls reported as serious. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bass and sou. Martin, will spend tomorrow in Memphis. Nettle Fiances Morath returned yesterday from Jonesboro where \<,he had been a patient for four days at St. Bernard's Hospital. Her condition is reported as improved She was motored to Blytheville by Stanley Keller and son, Charley. Carolyn Banister of Leachville \? the housegucst ol Mr. and Mrs Bill Banister. Mrs. Walter Lunsford ol the Clear Lake Community has returned from Memphis and "Rlpley, Tenn.. where she had been visiting relatives. Continuing the list of University of Arkansas students arriving to night to be the holiday weekeru guests of their parents, are, Charlc Crigger III to visit his parents. Mr and Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr.; John White, guest of parents, Mr. Mrs. Floyd White; Bill Bracey, gues of parenls, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bra cey; K. B. Gee. Jr.. visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, John EC Rcgenold guest ol parents, Mr, am Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Jim Heur. rjuest of parents, Mr and Mrs. j Wilson Henry. k Mrs. Robert Lowe and son. Boiibj lormerly ol Manila ar* now at horui with Mrs. Lowe's parents, Mr. am Mrs. G. E. Workman. Mrs. bowi and son will join Mr. Ixnvc in Jones boro Jan. 1 to make their home Mr. Lowe Is connected with th Jonesboro Equipment Co. last night at the home of Mrs. i in Pl a 5' in e bridge, with Mrs. Jesse Marie McCullom was won by Mrs. i Taylor winning, high score and Mrs Sam Macre. Low score pri?,e went to Mrs. L-. B. Parks. Miss Frances McCullom was co- hostess to the group, which is one of Blytheville's newer clubs. Following the game the hostesses served a sandwich plate and coffee. Potted plants were set about tin- room In which the evening was spent. Club, Guesi Entertained At Country Club The Country club was the setting yesterday for a dessert bridge honor- Ing members of LaPctite Club and (me guest, Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs J. F. Montamton was club hostess for the event. In the bridge game Mrs. Arthur Vance was high scorer. Mrs Max Usvey. second high and Mrs. Neal Gessell, bridge. ! Christmas Cards i Unusual Greeting Cards K sold exclusively to each customers POPULAR PHtCED « Special selection Business and Social Use Charles Crigger. second high. At The Hospitals RlTthevllle Hospital Dismissed: *W. W. Pepper, Huffman. Mrs; C. E. Trice and baby, City Patricia Shipley, Hermonriale, M< Phylis Shipley, Hermondale, M. Nadine Shipley, Hermondale, M Mrs. Howard Hires, city. Mrs. Bessie Sivage, Manila. Paraguay has no sea coast.. The waters of the Bcrmejo Rive in Paraguay were once reputed give one an unwrinkled old age. HERTS WM- J, ITS itfmiK At ITS KST I SO F«T ACTING, demand 3. ASSURES REil QIUUU AND ECONOMY 4. « W POPUUR f Hit! THE MILLIONS PAY GIFT WRAPPINGS Complete Assortments Priced Only lOc up Samuel F. Morris SUUonm-OrTlee OullHtcrj frlnlers , Across from Cllj H.ill Give Your Family A Wonderful Christmas All Year Long ... ADMIRAL TELEVISION Hubbard Hardware tudy Course 'resented PTA * "The Adol'scent" wa.s the topic the study course directed by Mrs. W. AdaniA yesterday for members the Junior High School Parent eachcrs Association who met at ic First Christian Church. Pre- iding the 3 p.m. lesson, 11 Execu- ve Board members conveixed. Mrs. Adams said,'''The most implant roie-we parents have is to c 'tolerant and understanding to lide him wisely in adjusting trough this period of adolescence." ollowins the course a round table scusston of personal problems a.s held. In the general meeting held at 3 in. at the school it was voted to urchase ft mirror for the Polio enter. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, president, resided over the monthly session. The dental project committee cported that Dr. Orlle Parker will e at the school Friday. Dec. 8 from till 3 p.m. examining children nd every Friday thereafter until ver ystudcnt has received a tho- oiigh dental examination. Thirty-six dollars were reported arned by the work committee hile the pledge committee head- d by Mrs. Paul Jobe reported a ontrlhution of 1102.50. Plan* for urther activities were made by the •oik group. Mrs. T. f. Seay, program chair len, introduced Mrs. J. Wilson eniy who presented the Girl's Glee Club in four numbers, "Kathrine's Wedding Day." "Aho-La"Heavenly Father" and Christmas Everywhere. Mr.s. Roy Bagley presented the cvotional followed by the presi- ent's message, "The Blessing of ri Books" given by Mrs. J. C, Valsh. "Democracy" via discussed by ohn Mayes. county supervisor dur- ng which he stressed the need and privilege of voting. In the room count, the prize ww presented the home room of Mtsj 3onnle Parker. Glamor Wrappings '•'•"&^-':%VJy •'.•,/'.Sv.ivi'.-ii '- '<,&£'>.»>'.'.-'i ^^^^ifeites»ii ,.iy Chrislmas rifl takes on added charm when it's eiven m-irmai „ t, • »...• . . Jinj ba R (left) with printed cellophane, making a handsomeu-rVnni f'"'^i -^ *' rl covers ' S ' )0 I»- J.lls (upp«r right) are prellicr wrapped in clear, cellophane ind fi-frd f Cllrlsf ™ as fruil Po|,eorn •ream container (right center) covered with printed cellophane and riven^ 1*1 ""^oar, skd. An ,ce riakes » candy container. Cardboard satchel with pom-pom end* <l»£r ' HM <l(1ed """P'wn* ror* :or any Rift which is difficult to wrap. (lower right) provides package Members Attend Service Meeting Mrs. Bess Huslin was hostess Monday afternoon at her home to even members at the Number Nine Womens Missionary Union for the Royal Service program. "Is There a Doctor In the House?" Mrs. Jen- lie Webster was the only guest. . Mrs. Rustin opened the meeting with the devotional. "Go Heal" fol- owed by the joint repeating of the watchword and hymn of the year, ed by Mrs. T. N. Johnson. Program participants were Mrs. Raymond Whittle. Mrs. Rustin. Mrs. :oy Northcutt and Mrs. Geneva fampbcll. In the business session following, ilans were discussed for a WMU )anquet.. Prayer by Mrs. Eugene Schultz diourned the session. Guests Attend YWA Meeting Mrs. C. L. Evans and Miss Edna Pec pies were guests with the 12 members of the First Baptist Church Young Women's Association who met Monday night at the home of Miss Kathcrine West brook for a business-program session. Following the brief business discussions Miss Bernice Overman pre sented the devotional, "Stewardship." The second chapter from the study book, "So This Is Africa," was taught by Mrs. Evans after which Miss June Buchanan closed the meeting v;ith prayer. Miss Westbrook served refreshments. Comma Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. H. H. Houchfns entertaining Mid-Week Club. Mrs. G. G. Caudill entertaining Thursday Contract Club at the Country Club. Mrs. Raymond SliamHn hostess to Avalon Bunco Club. Alpha Beta Bunco Club entertained at the Jack Marsh home. Mr.s. Johnny White hostess U> Kibitzer Club. Mrs. T. O. 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