The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 15, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS odetu Jane Shelton, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461 Final Events Honor Higginson-Rogers Parly Miss Dorothy Hleglnson, who will become the bride of James Illnton Rogers this afternoon at 5:00 pm., was again honored when Miss-Jettye Claire Huffman and Mrs. Alvin Huffman' were hostesses to. the bridesmaids with a 12:30 luncheon yesterday at the Huffman home on Walnut. The guests, matron of honor, Mrs. T. H. Caraway, and bridesmaids Miss Vera Condrlch, Mrs. Joseph W. McHanoy, Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, junior bridesmaid Molly Jo Ueuslcy, and Miss Huffman who will serve as innitl of honor, were seated at the' dlntn& table for the two course luncheon. A low bowl filled wilh white chry- &»nt>ieimuris and greenery and centered with 'a tiny bridesmaid doll dressed in American Bcnuty satin adorned the center of the white dollied table. The table appointments were In chartrueie in complement to the wedding colors. A crescent shaped cut glass bowl abundantly filled with tiny ponpnn chrysanthemums and stock was placed on the mantel directly in front of a large mirror. Bouquets of yellow chrysanthemums were placed throughout the hofne. -. Miss Hleginson, who wore a blue ^ool suit, pinned at her shoulder a single chartreuse gardenia set In waxed greenery, a gift of the hostess. She presented to her atlend- nrts gifts of Individual silver nut cups with the wedding elate engraved upon them. -^ Special guests were Mrs. W. O. Higginson; mother of the bride- elect, and Miss Hope Stallings of Fort. Worth, Texas, aunt of the honorce. ? Members of the bridnl party were entertained last evening with a candlelight supper preceding the rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs. P. E, Rog- "crs, parents of the groom, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell were hosts and hostesses at the 6:00 p.m. afrair at the Rogers home at Clear Lake, • . The guests were seated at a long liable and Individual tables with 'ciitwork cloths overlaying the tables. Topping the long table was'a ciys- 1 ;tal bowl filled wllh a unique ar- .rangcment of mammoth red and •white chrysanthemums with tiny ^yellow and white snapdragons In- •tenninglcd. Low silver candlesticks 'holding lighted white tapers were jilaccd on either side of the floral '•arrangement. ; Giant, red and golden chrysanthc- imutna nestled In airy greenery were 'placed iti ''the oblong crystal how! ^which centered the buffet. "'.. i i Tiny, crystal bud vases In which <were arranged- American Beauty Groses rested on the Indivldua itablu. - TO BttOJIE BIUDi:— Ml.s.5 Betty June Kiln;,', niece of Mr. and Airs, William Frederick Kling, of Car- uthersviHe, Mo., is ihe bride-eiect of Isolds Joseph Lambert, son of Mr, and Mrs. Drozin r^-.lnbeit ot Gon«alt j s, Ln, The wedding xviil be performed Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Sacred Heart Church ui Caruthersville. Sorority Complimented At Formal Affairs Miss Frances Jones was presented a jewel pin In a ceremony of Epsllon Sigma Alpha sorority Saturday night in the Colonial Room preceding the semi-annual banquet at Hotel Noble. Miss Butonne Jaggers, president, conducted the Jewel pin ceremony, with the banquet Immediately following. Blue and gold, the sorority colors, were repeated throughout the table appointments wllh tiny blue und gold place cards marking each member's place. Complementary to the sorority colors was the blue ixntcry bowl filled wilh cascading blue pompom chrysanthemwns,, yellow snapdragons, and golden pompom chrysanthemums, centering the long ladle. Following tile baiiQuet a dance was held in the Jnycee Chib looms for approximately 50 couples. .Blue ana go] dagain were repeated throughout the club decorations. Mrs. Alton Jaggers is sponsor of the group. J ' Bouquets, identical to the flora 1 , centerpiece of the dining (able, were . used throughout the' home. • ' Miss Higginson pinned a corsage J«jf chartreuse gladioli tips, a gift , of the hosts and hostesses, at her • shoulder. She was dressed. In a grey \ gabardine dress with cinnamon ac- »<jessories in complement. : i Immediately following Ihe supper •the group went to the First Mctho- -, dlst Church for rehearsal. A special , guest was Miss Stalling:. '-1 1 Guests Entertained •At Fourth Birthday Party 'In celebration of her fourth . birthday, Carole Kay Roach Invited • 11 of her little friends Sunday ~ to a party at the home of her . parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Roach. . 1309 Holly Street. ' Tiny pink ponpon chrysanthe- ; mums were used to decorate the Baptist Circles Meet In Members' Homes Baptist Circle meetings of the First Baptist church were conducted yesterday at the homes of members with Circle One being entertained by Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Six members were present wilh Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. E. B. Woodson offering prayers during the meeting. Mrs. Stkkmon taught the lesson. A new member. Mrs, Byron Nail, met with nine members of Circle o when Mvs, C. M. Smart was hostess to the group. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson led in prayer with Mrs. Smart teaching the lesson. The closing prayer was said by Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. Circle Three met with Mrs. E. H. Brown with nine members and two visitors present. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. O, L. McWaters, Sr., with Mrs. c" a. Lemons leach- Ing the lesson. Mrs. Leslie Moore led the closing prayer. : - Mrs. Ivy Crawford was hostess lo 12 members of Circle Four with Mrs. Marvin Hazcr leading in prayer. Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., laught the lesson with Mrs. R. W. Woolen offering Ihe closing prayer. . Circle Five met with Mrs. Pearl Hires wllh Mns.'H.'L. Chambers co- hostess to the 13 members present. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb led in prayer witli Ihe lesson being taught by Mrs. Walter Biship. The closing prayer was offered by Mrs. R. L. Wade, sr. Five members of Circle Six met with Mrs. Melvin Halicll with Mrs. W. Marion Williams leading in prayer and Mrs. E. L. Hale leading in prayer. Mrs. Wilianis taught the es.son. During the social hour which followed each meeting plan.s for the Circles' Christmas .parties were discussed'. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Fifteen Guests Attend Second Birthday Party John Lyster was feted on his.sec- ond birthday yesterday afternoon when 15 litlle friends galhered at Ills home for an afternoon of party fun. John, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lyster, was presented gifts from the guests after which the group gathered around the table which was centered with a birthday cake topped with two tiny pink candies set in pink holders for Ice- cream and cake. "Happy Birthday" spelled out In candy letters encircled the cake. The afternoon was spent Informally ,afler which favors of balloons and liny hats were presenled the guests. Mvs. Lyster was assisted in directing tlie afternoon activities and serving by Mrs. Cliff Bunting of Earle. houscguest of Mr. and Mrs. ,ec Stiles and Mrs. Dick Watson. Bits of News TUESDAY, NOVEMBER '15, 1949 >. Coming Events Mrs. Annie Clifford has returned to her home In Cape Oliardeau, Mo., after spending several days here with her sister, Mrs. Frank Wol.sny. who has been 111 at her home. Mrs. Wolscy Is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb and son, Davis, attended the Papoose game Thursday night in Conway in which their son and brother, Danny plajrd. They were the guests of Mrs. Cobb's brother, J. O. Sliced. Mrs. Speed and family in Little Rock before attending the Aldbanm- Georgla Tech football same Saturday In Birmingham. Mi'*. Cobb's brother, Ellott Speed, played center for Alabama. They were Joined in Birmingham by Mrs. Cobb's mother, Mrs. Frances Speed, of Selma, Ark Mr. and Mrs. Cobb and sons returned home Sunday night, Mis. John Bourlantl and (laugh- ters, Mrs. Ted Lyster and Mrs. Dick Watson, and families left to- rtay for a ten day visit with Mr. anrt Mrs Moble Estes In Columbus. Oa Mrs. Citff Bmitinu anrt daughter, D'Tina, of Earlc were ihe weekend guests of Mrs. Bunting's parenta. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stiles. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ai'stin announce :he birth of a daughter Nrv. 12 at Walls Hospital. The baby, who Is their second clld. has been named Jeanetta Jean. They have one son, Ronnie. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rtitcs and son, Tommy, of Tyler, Texas. Mrs Whbourn Farrls and Mrs. Connie Andrews and son. Steve, of Murray £>*., have leturncd to Murray af- er visiting here as guests of Mr rooms where the children played games during the afternoon- After Carole Kay had opened her gifts, birthday cake iced In pink and green ,was served with ice cream, and the guests were pres entcd favors of balloons, horns and nut cups filled with pink and green candles. Mis. nonch was assisted by her sister, Mrs. Howard Johnson. At Hie Hospitals liljlhcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Eddie Martin and baby, Coot- r Mrs. Tom Began, City Mrs. w. D. Lew.!*, Dell Mrs. Jack Richardson. City Mrs. Walter Ha.skins, Stecle Walls Hospital and Bobby Esrl Sivcct, City Mrs, A. V. Jordon, City Mrs. Oliver J. Thomlinson baby, Rt. 3 Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., and baby, Dyersburg Mrs. G. I. Bynl, city Ricky Crawford, City Mrs. Bwri Parsley, Manila. Albert Burks, m. 1. L. H. Knrncs. Oosnell . ^ Wayne'Johnson, City Mis. !•?."_£; Welch and baby. HI. Junior Hall; Stecle S. H. Heath, City Louis Wayne Gilmore, Haytl Hcrshel McKay, Rt. 4 Mrs. W. Leon Smith, City Airs. E. O. Cooper and baby, Rt. Mrs. T. M. Cobb, Hayti Tom Oillesple, Truman Mrs. Clyde Robinson, City U.S. oil and gas wells now pro duce about two billion barrels crude oil and six trillion cubic tee of gas yearly. Get the thrifty. pmwsr of a husky ]>u Mrs. Lee Stiles and other rela- .es ' MLvi NLie Beth Rogers, who Is studenl at the University 01 \rkansas. Fayfitcvlltc. will return o school tonight after coming es- for the wedding of her rother. James Hlnton Rogers, to liss Dorothy Hicglnson this after- loon at 5.00 p.m Mrs. R G. Barier and Mrs. G. F Calllhan of Caruthcrsville spent the •rekcnd here with relatives. Mrs 'allihan visited as guest of her on. Fred Caliihan, and family. Mrs Bader was Ihe guest of her sister Irs. Louise Yarbro and Mrs. Ccci cibiiison, and sons. Mrs. C. C. Lanaston ot Long Beach. Calif., arrived today to visi s guest of her daughters, Mrs. C r. McWaters, and family and Mrs 3. O. Poetz and family, and son '. C. Kingston. Mrs. Langston ar- K'eri in Memphis today by plain 'hcTe she .vas Joined by Mr, Me Vatcrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers, am ihn Ferguson of Little Rock ar ivcd today 10 attend the weddim f Miss Dorothy Higginson am •'mes Rogers this afternoon a First Methodist Church/ Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guan announce the birth of a daughter fcllnda Tale. Friday night Blylhevlllc Hospital. The baby Is Social Calendar Wednesday O and N birthday club complimented by Mrs. Marvin Lane. MI'S, tfarold HI us on hostess to Thursday nook Club. Mrs. L, E. Old hostess to Wednesday Club Town and Country meets with Mrs. J. 0. Ellis. Thursday Buidette PTA will meet at the Schoo' at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Fat Patterson hostess to Anuorc! Home Demonstration Club. Blytluvlllo Rook meets with Mrs. .ussoll Hlales. Octette Club entertained by Mrs. Uarles Rose. Duplicate Bridge League meets t Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Albert Chaflin hostess to 'N Club. Thursday Night Club meets wilh Irs. N. W Kyle. Mrs Harry W. Halnes entertains lid-Week Club. Nil Phi ^fu meets at home of Miss .osana Cleveland with Mrs. Berry 11 co-hostess. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertains "hursday Club. Double Four Bridge Club meels •ID) Mrs. John Foster al 2:00 p.m. Friihvy Ladfcs Bible Class of Ihe First delhodlst Church will have month- y business and social meeting at' :30 p.m. at the church. Hostesses vill be Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. Dave Craig and Irs. A. M. R. Branson. Armorel Home Demonstration Club entertains at Armorel School vllh benefit supper beginning at p.m. Suhiril.iy 20th Century Club meets with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood .Dcen, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr, Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Melvfn Kalsell. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Graham. Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr. Civic Calendar Wednesday Community Chest Board of Di rectors—10:00 a.m. Kiwanis Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 PJII. heir second child. They have an other daughter, Molly. Group Meetings Held By Women's Council Group meetings were held yesterday by members of the Women's Council of the First Christian Church with tlie Faith group meet- Ing with Mrs, James Terry. Ten members wero present with Mrs. Terry leading the worship service. .The program was under the direction of Mrs. Harry Bradley Mrs. Terry presided over the business meeting. Eight members of the Hope group net with Mis. J. E. Green. Mrs Ben Hfu-potc presided over the business meeting wllh Mrs, j. p. Oar- rott In charge of ( the program. Mrs. Hen Henderson was hostess to seven members of the Love group with Mrs. George Barham offering the devotional. Mrs. J. c. Ellis and Mrs. Rouse Harp presented the program. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Hadley Hays. Each group discussed a chapter from the book, "Again Pioneers." Al the conclusion of the meet- the hostesses served refreshments. Central PTA Executive Board— 2:30 p.m. followed by PTA meeting 3:03 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Friday FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Smackover, here; — AA Playoff 'Pakistan' Program Topic Of Lake Street Meeting Mrs. C. T. Shamlln and Mrs. George Shanks were hostesses to 12 members and one visitor whin the Lr.kc . Street WSCS met yesterday at 2:30 at the church, Mrs. Billy King, president, presided over the meeting, "Pakistan" was the program topic with Mrs. Z. M. McGee In charge of.the program, Mrs. C. M. Baxter offered the scripture. Assisting with the program were Mrs. King, Mrs. Don Lulz, Mrs, L. E. Gay, and Mrs. W. L. Green. Mrs. Iverson Morris led the closing prayer. Iced drinks and cookies were served by the hostesses at the conclusion of the meeting. Bonnie Glover Hostess To GA Group, Guests Bonnlo Glover was hostess to memoers and guests of the World Missionary GA group of Calvary Baptist Church at her home Monday. Melba Fisher and Bonnie Jean England were guesU for the meet- Ing. Blllle Shanks led ihe opening prayer followed by a business session persldrd over by the group president, Joan. Tcdlock. Bonnie Glover, secretary, read the minutes aficr wnlch group Christmas plans were discufsed. The g>oup also discussed inviting girls frim other • churches and tno:' ivno arc eligible tor membership to visit the GA group at the meetings. Mrs. Vernon Boyd led the devo- • oual nrece<lln« the program, which was a review of "Forward Steps." Mrs. Boyd led the dismissal prayer. The Unless assisted by her mother, Mrs. Willard Glover and Miss Betty Cunningham, served refreshments at the conclusion of the meeting. \ Ne.bel, and lamily. Mrs. Leon Smith, who has been •dergoing treatment at \Vnlls Hospital, for the past several'day?, was removed yesterday to Memphis Baptist Hospital. Her condition Is unchanged. Mr. Smith and their daughter, Janoel, are with her. Miss Anne Weedman has been named as one of 27 seniors at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, to tlie Collegiate Who's Who. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman of Blytheville, Miss Weedman is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Tht-ta Sigma Phi, five Visitors' Attend Calvary Circle Meeting Circle One of Calvary Baptist WMO met in the home of Mrs. s. D. McGee for a Circle program Monday afternoon. j Mrs. Darryl Lunsford presided over the business session which was conducted following the opening prayer led by Mrs. Lucian Galnes. Five visitors, Mrs. Jim fowler. Mrs. Tom Brown, Mrs. J. M. Vca- zey, Mrs. Hubert Mitchell and Mrs. C. H. Bean were present. "The Ministry of Missionary Intercession" was the chosen program topic, with Mrs. McGee directing the program. Participating on Ihe program was Mrs. Evrett- Rhoades. Mrs. Lunsford, Miss Carolyn Holmes and Mrs. John Holmes. The devotional was given by Mrs. Inez Gentry with Mis. Lunsford leading the closing prayer. 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