The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 30, 1950
Page 4
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FAGE FOUR BI,YTHEVTLI,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Alewd, Slicltun, Society Editor W Phone 44B1 Jane Sliclton, Society Editor Hotel Noble Dinner Party Honors Sorority Officer Mrs. Carter Anderson of St. I.outs was complimented by the Delta Gamma Alumnae Association of Blytheville Tuesday uisht with n dinner party at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Anderson Is province alumnae clisirmnn. The three course candlelight dinner was served the guests in Hie Colon.Ial Room. Centering the long table was i\ fall design of ehrysan Ihermnns in shades ranging from orchid to lavendar arranged in low bowl. Burning tapers flanked the blossoms. Further accenting the fall season were the place cards. Following dinner the evening was spent informally during which Mrs. Anderson showed movies of the national Delta Gamma convention held last summer in Manlff Springs, Canada. pinned at the shoulder of Mrs. Anderson's fall costume were frag rant gardenias, a gift of the chapter. ' i * • December Bride-Elect Complimented at Shower A December bride-to-be. Miss Annabel! Lutes was honored Tuesday night at a miscellaneous shower given at the. Dogwood Ridge Club House. Hostesses for the bridal nf fair were Mrs. Phillip AppleSaum, Sirs. Eunice Young and Mrs. Mr.r- vin Lane. After an evening of party games assorted party foods were served buffet from the refreshment table. Dressed in a ' brown suit. Miss Lutes was presented n shoulder arrangement- of red carnations. Miss Lutes will be married next month to John Raskin Mitchell. Bridge at Razorback Entertains Club, Guests Mis. W. H. O'Keefc. Mrs. Leonard Oldhnm and Mrs. Bill Young were guests Tuesday afternoon with members of La Nueve when Mrs. Bill Boyri was club hostess with a dessert bridge at the Razorback. Mrs. Oltlliam was high scorer in "the bridge game following the dessert, course, with second high going to Mrs. Jack Hale. • + • Guest Invited to Meet For Weekly Bridge Game t Mrs. Sam Dobbins was the only guest, last night with members of the TLE Club who met at the home of Mrs. Jerry Scrape for the weekly evening of bridge. Following a salad course bridge Tvas played, with high score going to Mrs. William Lambert, second high to Mrs. W. .1. Cupples and hridgo to Mrs': W. E. Cherry. Black Home is Selling For Luncheon-Bridge Yellow and white miniature chrysanthemums filled the epergne topping the P. E. Black dining table, yesterday for the 1 p.m. lunch- con preceding an afternoon of bridge honoring the Wednesday Club. Guests invited to meet with the group were Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold and Mrs. Marvin Robinson, In the bridge game high score went to Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, while second high was presented Mrs. Harry Kirby. GIB Bridge Club Meets; Mrs. Henderson Winner Mrs. Lewis Henderson was high scorer last night In the bridge game of the GIB Club when Misa Vera Goodrich was hosless at her home on Chickasawba for Ihe weekly meeting. Aborted fall btcssoms in pink nnd yellow interspersed In grceniy were placed about the room which the small tables were set up for (lie E»rne. Other winners were Mrs. Richard T. Mills, second high and Mrs. Harold Nunn, bridge. Adessert course was served. BROTHER-SISTER TOGS By Sue Burnett Practical, sturdy play clothes to dress your little angels alike! Make in plain or plaid corduroy or woolen Short or long overalls—and sister can wear them. too. Pattern No. 8238 conies In sizes 2. 3, 4, 5 ..lid (5 years. Size 3, Jacket, 1?; yards of 35 or 39-Inch; overalls. l?i yards; skirt, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago C, III. Heady for you now—the new Fall and Winter Issue of FASHION. 48 pages of smart new styles, special inlcresling features, free pattern printed inside. Send 25 cents today for your copy. Mrs. Langslon Hostess lo Club Eight, Guests Mrs. Charles C. Langston was hostess at her country home yesterday to members of Club Eight and two guests, Mrs. Sam Owens and Mrs. R. W. Nichols..The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon to her guests who were seated at tables spaced about an entertaining room. High scorer in the bridge game was Mrs. Nichols with second high being won by Mrs. Otto Scrape and bridge by Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Armore! Group Meets at Church Mrs. Pete Ashmorc directed Ihe stewardship program presented for the 12 members of the Armorel Women's Missionary Union who met Monday night at the Armorel Baptist church. Mrs. Finne! Garrison was in charge of the business session of Ihe evening. Mrs. N. c. Patlcrson gave the de- vollona) after which Mrs. Ashrnore directed the program. Participants were Mrs. W. E. Edmondson. Mrs. Ira Dixon, Mrs. Frank Mays. Mrs. S. H. Rebstoc kantl Mrs. c. C. Eiliott. Al The Hosnilals Blytlicvllle Hospital Dismissed: Paul Lloyd. City. Walls Hospital nLsmissed: Mrs. Leonard Houchins. City. Mrs. George Prank Gargis and baby. Cily. Mrs. o. H. Calriwell. City. Roycc Kellick. Rt. 1. Bits of News / // 19 f loAilit / crSonal Mrs. J. H. Wllbanks left yesterday afternoon for Dyersburg, Tenn,, for several days visit with relatives prior to returning to her home In Marshrall. Tex. Mrs. Wllbanks had been visiting here with Mrs. M. L. Hawkins and family. Condition of W. S. Ing, who is ill at, the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. H. Stone, is reported as unchanged. Mrs. Ing is also ill at the Stone home. Condition of Mr. Stone who Is also ill at his home Is retried as satisfactory. Millard Leo Glass, seaman rc- criut, USS', son of Mr. and Mr.-. Sam p. Glass of Route 3, Blythe- vllle, recently completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center. San Diego. Calif. Mrs. W. L. Green ,Mrs. Gene Strickland, Mrs. w.T. Shelton. Mrs. !j. E. Gay and Mrs. Sam Landrum are spending today in Memphis. Edwin L. Holstead. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Holstead of Blythevillc, was recently advanced to storekeeper, third class, while serving with the U. S. Fleet Activities, Yokosuka, Japan. Mr. and Mrs. EMdic Burks have as their holidy weekend guest their son. Pat. who is n freshman at the University of Arkansas-, Payettc- ville.' A. S. Miller of Cooler. Mo., had ; his Thanksgiving day guests Ira son, Sidney Miller, Jr., Mrs. Miller and son. Sidney III nild Slater all of Detroit. Mich.. Mrs. R. H. Green, Sr,, of Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sayre of Caruthersville, Mr. and Mrs. newey Treece and son, Michael of Caruthersvllle. Joining the group for the day were Mrs. Fannie Co;>e!and and Mrs. Bessie Forrester both of Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. ft. E. Van Hooser and family are now at home at 900 Walnut. Their former home, 1204 W. Walnut will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halscll and daughter, Diane. Mr. and Mrs. Halsell formerly lived at 1313 Walnut. Following the close of the currenl school Icrm, Mrs. Van Hooser and children, Barbara, Elizabelh and Buddy will join Mr. Van Hooser in Jonesboro to make Iheir home wiiere Mr. Van Hooser is now manager and part owner of the Jonesboro Equipment Co. Miss Frances Clnnnney Is spending the weekend in Little Rock wilh relalivcs. Mrs. J. E. Stith will leave tonight for her home in Kansas City, Mo., after having been Ihe houscguest- of Miss Virginia Swcarengen and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swcarengen. Sr., for a week. Mrs Stith will be motored to Jonesboro by Miss Swearengen. Mrs. Cleo Langston left today for DeKalb, Miss., to make her home She had been making her home Iti Blytlieville at 1200 Cliickasawba for the past few months. Mrs. Lang- slon Is a former DcKalb resident. Her home .at 1200 Chickasnwba will be occupied by Dr. and Mrs. I-'. E. Utlcy: arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and Mrs. E. B. Thomas were in Memphis last night to attend Sadler's- Wells ballet presented at Ellis Auditorium. Miss Frances Shouse Is spending the weekend with friends In Smackover, She is going especially to be THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8C, Little Furs Provide a Warm Gift for Her ^^TBClj.'.'-" '•'• T 7^7^r r *^r"^ • • • • i * * ermine (right) can lie worn many ways-, is useful and versatile. The cold-wfalher boots (lower left) are pretty and practical. They're made of n.vlon, have rubber soles and arc trimmed with shearling. A mink necklet (lower center) is a budget buy trimmed will) pastel (lowers. It ties on with black silk ribbons. member of the bridal party of former classmate at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Miss Neal Liickett and Mrs. J. A. Luckctt nre spending the Thanksgiving weekend in Helena as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Frank I.uck- ett and family. "They will also attend the ole Miss-Mississippi State football game to be played in Oxford Saturday. Mrs. C. \v. Afflick. and house- HuesU Mrs. John Boatwrlght of Danville, Va.. and Mrs. c. W. Af- fltck, Jr., spent yesterday In Mem- Phis. They also attend Sadler's- Wells Ballet presented last night at, Ellis Auditorium prior to returning home. Mrs. Eva Crowe fs undergoing treatment at Barnard Skin and Cancer Hospital in St. Louis. She will undergo surgery Saturday. Her daughter, Mrs. Dan Miller will leave tomorrow (or St. Louis to be with her. In- Memphis last nljht for the Sadler's-Wells Ballet presented at Ellis Auditorium were Mrs. W. L. Homer and Mrs. Elton Kirby. Condition of W. S. Langdon who is a patient at niytheville Hospital is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Rube Carson and children, Ricky and Sharon,, left today .for their home in Memphis after six weeks visit with Mrs. Carson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oarlh Castilo. Mrs. Carson had been recuperating from surgery which Jhe underwent several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. still and family will spend the weekend in Tupelo. Miss. Miss Lcta Rose Castilo arrived last night from -the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville to ba t!;e holiday weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs...Garth Castilo. Mrs. H. E. Fisher and'Miss Golda Rinks spent yesterday in Memphis as guests of H. E. "Bud" Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castilo have as their houseguests Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Sharp and son of Fort Lander dale. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Castilo were Joined by their guests last Thursday In Columbia. Mo.,- when the group attended the Kansas-Missouri football game. Condition oJ Florence Ambrose daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose, who has been 111 for the past three weeks, is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Charles Hindrnan and daughters, Ann and Kay, and Mrs. Joe Ferguson and daughter, Juanita, were in Memphis last night to attend the Sadler's-Wells ballet. Mrs. Annabel! Fill and son are now at home at their newly-completed residence at 1001 Moultrte. Drive. They formerly resided at 115 N. 10th. Cominq Events Social Calendar Friday Mrs. R. L. Wade, Sr.. Mrs. Claud. Roland. Miss Cordelia Wilhitc am Mrs. Arthur' Rushing entertainini Dorcas Sunday School Class o First Baplist Church with Christ mas party at Wade home at 2:3 p.m. Mrs. Roy Buglcy and Mrs. R. A Nelson entertaining Chapter "N f PEO with 1 p.m. meetlnc it trw Baglcy home. ' Mrs. Doyle Henderson enttrUln- ng Friday Contract Club. Saturday Mcsdames A. G. Hall. V. G. Holand. James Gates and John o. VTcHaney .hostesses for bridge- unclieon at Hotel Noble at 1 p.m. Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. • and 4:00 p.m. daily for our pro- Irani announcements, Boi Office Opens at l:»i Show Starts i:IM> p.m.; Continuous Showing Kverjda; Thursday & Friday Kelly MUTTON Fred ASTAIRE 'LET'S DANCE J'anumiunt Xews ,£• Selected Shorts GEM Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7 P.M. Thursday & Friday O'BRIEN -IMH-HUSStf IUNK McKUGH nt URIQK *** wt Selected Shoris | Christmas Cards % Unusual Greeting Cards giold exclusively to each customer/ y POPULAR PRICED Special selection Business and Social Use GII'T WKAI'P^NGS Complete Assortments Priced Only lOc up Samuel F. Morris Stationers-Office Outfitters I'rmters Across from City Hall Just Meant For Your Holiday Glamoiw Light up the night in this swirling skirt, wide _ and wonderful and heaped with glitter on the side-slit pockets. R&K's perfect date dress of lustrous rayon tissue faille. In festive colors. 1 MEETING DEC. 3-10 7:30 P.M. Nightly Everyone invited \V. T. Slicllon, Sonj Director T. S. Ruble, Houston, Tex URCH OF CHRIST Mom at 61 Highway 7:30 P.M. Nightly Everyone Invited FEINBERG'S Pre-Inventory Clearance! Dress and Casual Styles by Velvet queline, Natural Connie. Everyone with your holiday mind. 99 f l Jac- and Styles by Velvet Step, (incline, Natural Poise Connie. Everyone at a price with your holiday savings in mind. $399 $499 $599 Step, Poise at a prk'e savings in Shop Early For Best Selection! Broken Sires! For Longer Wear Try Heuer's Sho« Repair ' Cleaning and Dyeing a Specialty HEUER'S SHOE STORE 423 W. Main Phone 3549

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