The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 14, 1950
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JAGE FOU* BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURTS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1950 Society, J\lew£ Jan* SheLton, ilton, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461 Drop-In Continues Pre-Nuptial Events Ml.w Nancy Parttow ftpaln va* fcifd In the scries of pro-nuptial cvcnU in her honor prior to her marriage Saturday to Marvin Nunn, Jr.. when Mrs. Malt Monaghnn. Jr., Mr.«, C. W. Garrtgati, Miss Gay Gar- rlpan and Mis.* Barbara Monaglmn entertained with a drop-In at the Monaglian home yesterday. One hundred and twenty-five guests called bnlwoen the hours of four and six to extend best wisncs to the honoree. Receiving the guests were the honoree, Miss Monaghan and Mrs. Garrigan. Miss Garrigan was unable to attend. Miss Fart low was dressed for the event In a trousseau frock of navy blue voile poised over pink taffeta, she wore pink accessories In complement and pinned a gift corsage of rose cymbirtimn orchids at- her shoulder. In harmony with her costume, were the puffs of blue metallic ribbons which tied (.he orchids. Crystal table appointments were used on the refreshment table, Miss McGregor,Reveals Bridal Party Plans Mi5.s Belly McGregor, dauphlf-r ot Mr. and Mrs. Alvm McGregor of Blytheville. who will he married June 20 to Bill Avis of Holland, today made known pirns for the ceremony. Father Amos H. Endorlin will oJ- ficnte at the 30:30 a.m. rites. A nuptial musical prig rani will be pnvenled by L. T. Mrx>re, organist mitt Bobby A.shley of Holland, vocal Miss McGregor, who will be c:ve:i in marriage by her father, Mr. McGregor, has a.sked her sister, Miss Pat McGregor, to serve ns maid nf honor and only attendant. Carl Avis will attend hi* brother as best man. Ushers will be Aubcri Dozier and Charles Buford YOUMH. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. McGregor will entertain with a reception at their home on Parkway Drive, Reception ceremony was Edgar Griffin of hnnor and only | tendant. Miss Fkmnngn assistants will be MUse.s Rena Bnl-| C( j j n an afjUa snpcr Icy, Mary Ruth Porter, Tonnnir | which shc W0 re Vhitc nrid Jimmie Lee- On vis. which was overlaid with a cut work ! MiM . A ™\ R«bSiison will preside over cloth. Pimrh was served from d crystal bowl flanked by crystal candleabra holding lighted white tapers. The tapers provided the only Hghl lor the table which helrt assorted party foods In A rainbow of A design of white columns stock, yellow daisies, purple -statlce and pink snapdragons rested In the center of the striking Uble scene. Puffs of pink and purple maline were closely set among the blos- »oms and greenery. Presiding at the refreshment table the first hour was Miss Betty Black, Rosemary Monaghan and Miss Betty Lawrence of Greemvood, MUs., houseguest of Miss Monaghan. Miss Ramona Crafton and Patricia Parllow the second hour. presided during Mrs. H. O. Partlow, mother of the honoree, Mrs. M. N. Nunn, mother, of the groom to be and Mrs. Monagrmn, assisted in the entertaining rooms which were adorned with arrangements of summer blossoms. The hostesses' gift to the hon. oree was a. console bowl In her selected crystal pattern. Out of town guests, who called were Miss Virginia Nunn ot Washington. D.C., Miss Emylon Cocke of Birmingham, Ala.. Mrs. R. B. Stout of Little Rock, Mrs. Garrard Caudill of Manila, Miss Virginia Williams of Osceola, Miss Rita Mooney of Jackson, Tenn. • * • Miss Norris Honored At Bridge-Luncheon A bridge luncheon was given yesterday by Miss Susie Crafton at her home on Chlckasawba for 12 guests, In compliment to Maurene Norris, who was Miss graduated recently from St. Cecellla Academy, Nashville. Small tables were arranged on the large porch ot the home for the occasion. Miniature bud vases filled with vari-hued sweelpcas and roses topped each table. Vases holding liHes, daisies and mixed spring flowers, u-ere set around the porch -and throughout the entertaining rooms. . Following the too course lunc-h- eon r the remainder of [he 'afternoon was spent in bridge with high score being won by Miss Barbara the bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. Avis will be at home n Holland. Auxiliary Conducts 'mal Meeting The final meeting of the Blythc- ville Junior Service Auxiliary prior to dlsban dmc tit for the summer months, was held yesterday morning at the Country Club. The Auxiliary will resume activities in September, During tho reports of committee chairmen, Mrs. Monroe Grain, Welfare Chairman, reported on' the year's work on visual screening tests given in the schools of this section. Reports wore also heard on the story hour and the milk fund projects. Mrs. J. Parrls McCalla, Expansion Chairmen, reported that in contact work with local towns B group had bee n formed th a t was willing to begin Auxiliary work in Jonesboro. , In conclusion, a report and resolutions were drafted lo be presented to the Community Service Council. Two Guests Attend Monthly DAR Meeting Mrs. Fleet Hnthorne of HaUtcs- burg. Miss., and Mrs. Cecil Branson, of Denver City, Texas, house- gucsls of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker, were guests yesterday at the monthly luncheon meeting of the Charlevoix Chapter of the DAR. Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs. A. G Little entertained in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble for the 1 p.m, affair. The members and guests were seated at a single long table for the luncheon, with a bouquet of magnolia blossoms resting in a low bow] centering the table. Immediately following the luncheon, Mrs. Penn presented the afternoon program, which wns a discussion of the current Issue, National Health Insurance. Priest Home Setting tor At Fresco Parly Mr. and Mrs. A- D. Priest enter- Miss Williams Weds In Manila Ceremony Miss Uda Muriel Williams of Manila, became the bride of James Rocrrs of Louisville, Miss., In a ceremony performed Sunday aftcr- nonn at 3:30 p.m, at the First Bap- list Church. In Manila. The hridc Is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Herman Williams of Manila. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James 1.. Rogers of I/misville. The double ring read by the Rev. of Trumann. A program of nuptial mu.sic was presumed by Mrs. Jack Mr-sscr. pianist and Miss Kathleen Owen of Joncslwro. vocalist. Miss Owen's selection included, "Always" Berlin and "All Sweet Mystery of Life" Herbert. Miss Pauline Flamia<>an of Memphis attended the bride ns mnid feminine at- i was dress- frock, with accessories. A shoulder corsage of white car- •tiions completed her costume. Given Ln marriage by her uncle, ax Smith, or Little Rock the bride as dressed in a street length ,ndel oi white shirred taffeta. She ore a finger tip veil fashioned of ivon net and secured to a band [ oranpe blossoms. She carried hite Bible on which rested ngle orchid. A profusion of In- endcr lined streamers flowed away •om the center of the design. Frmsk Rogers of Jackson. Miss., erved as best man. Ushers were . L. Ballinger ond Sammy Mutton f Manila. Mr. and Mr. Rogers left ininie- intely following the ceremony on weddhlK trip. They are now at ome in Louisville. At The Hospitals liljthevlllc Hospital "Jismlsscd: Samuel Macre. City. Carl Eugene Chanaclar. Dell. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mr.s. Joe Mac Shelton. Air Base Tommy Smothers, City. Monaghan, and second high by Miss | tained 17 members and five guests Margery Hale. Miss Cralfon presented the guest of honor with a gift. Out of town guests attending were Miss Rita Mooney of Jackson, Tenn., houseguest ot Miss Norris and Miss Betty Lawrence of Greenwood, Miss.,. Miss Monaghan. houseguest of Mrs. Rupert Crafton, mother of the hostess, assisted during the affair. Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, mother of the honoree, was a special guest. of the Intermediate BTU or Calvary Baptist Church last evening at their home on South Franklin with an al fresco party. The evening was spent In roasting weiners and marshmallows anc playing lawn games. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rollison were special guests for the affair. Mrs Priest Is teacher or the BTU group Conway Duncan Tells How Hadacol Helps . Tired, Nervous Men : whose trouble is caiiFnl l»y deficiencies of Vitamins B|, B,, Iron and Niacinl . Hale Entertains ^ Osceola Supper Club OSCEOLA, June 14.— Mrs. Charles Hale was hostess last night to members of the Oceola Supper lub for a dinner dance at the isceola Hut. Lnrue vases, from which brimmed ink and blue hued hummer blos- oms, decorated the rooms In which ic evening was .spent. Immediately following supper, the our tables of members and two uosts, Miss Emily Mason and Mrs. lanley Carpenter, spent the re- lainder of the evening In bridge nd ather games. High score was won by Mrs. J. A. ig£ and second h[Rh by Mrs, Harry Driver. Mrs. Madeline Campbell was Iso presented a pri?,e in the games. * • « 8 Attend Party eting Fourth Birthday The fourth birthday of Patricia can Walters was observed Monday •ith a party at the home of her arcnts. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wallers. or IB little euest.s. Party games and contests were onducted during the afternoon on he Walter's lawn. Balloons and toy [avors were pre- ented the guests after whfch the jonorec blew out (tie candles toping (lie large birthday cake. Cake .nd ice cream was .served. Mr.s. Wallers was assisted by Miss S'ancy Harris. Martha nd Miss Wavnc Dill. Ann Foster Comina Events Social Calendar Wednesday Mrs. F. G. Riechel hostess at her lome. 1201 Hearn. to members o! ditheran Women's Guild at 8 p.m. Thursday C. and N. Birthday club meets it Dogwood Rictge Club House. Euzelian Sunday School Class of :he First Baptist Church meets at he home of E. D. Swaner on Ken- :ucky Street at 1:30 p.m Mr.s. Buck Germany entertaining Armorel Home Demonstration Club. Kibitzer Club meets wilh Mrs Alex Curtis. Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess to Octette Club. Friday Garden Club benefit bririee- ?anasta and rook party at the Woman's Club at 2:30 p.m. Lucky Rook Club mets with Mrs Freeman Hucy. "~ Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley . and Bits of N*ws Miss June Stirts has gone to Granbury, Tex,, where she will serve as water counselor «l a Camp Fire Girls' camp for the next nine weks, Mrs. Clara Christian was admitted today at Memphis Baptist Hospital to undergo treatment. Don Smart o( Greenwood, Miss.. formerly of Blytheville. Is spending several days here as guest of his .incle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dickson and family. Miss Rita Mooney of Jackson, Term., is the liouseguest of Miss Maureen Norris and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris Charles Henderson has returned to Vanderbilt University, Nashville, !or the summer sessio.n after several days visit with his parents. Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. hYank Perkins announce the birth of their first child June 10 at Walls Hospital. The baby has been named Sharon Kay. Mrs. Perkins Is the former Miss Rcba Bilcen Noble. J. E. cooley left this morning for North Little Hock to attend the Northeast Arkansas Conference of the Methodist Church. Mr. Cooley, who is treasurer of the conference, II return Sunday night. Mrs. Cooley will spend the week in Rus- sellvil'le as guest of Mrs. W. F. Cooley and children. Miss Eunice Smother has gone to Fayctteville, N. C.. to visit wilh her sister, who is ill. Miss Smother Lift Up Youth" Given for WMU Mr«. Melton Dillwi was hostess Mond»y riljhl at her home to 18 memtxri ot the Huffman WMU for * program meeting. "Lift Up Youth" waa the program topic presented. Mrs. Jewel Ray led the group in prayer. Those participating In the program dlscusslonj were Mrs. Lu- ble Adklsson, Mrs. E. L. Walker. Mrs, Opal Adklsson, Mrs. Hex Hughes. Mrs. Tom Dodson, Mrs. Tula Perry, Mrs. O. Huffman, Mrs. M. Flnnye »nd Mrs. L. Wardlow. In the social hour, Mrs. Dallas served refreshments. will remain ; Mrs. John week. Buchanan her daughter. Miss Ann Buchanan, in f Memphis for several days. Miss Eifie Lee Terrell has returned to Blythevllle after spending several days at Girls' State in Little Rock. Dick Swink of St. Louis was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Swink and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson are In Bowling Green, Ky., where they went especially to attend funeral services of Mrs, Johnson's Past Matrons and Patrons at Haley home at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Miss Nancy Parllow becomes bride of Marvin Nunn, Jr., at 5:00 p.m. at First Methodist Church Half Moon WSCS has bake sale at Montgomery Ward store room building, two doors west of Mont- Mrs. VV. A. Stickmon entertaining gomery Ward, at 10 a.m. grandfather. Ed K. Brook and Mrs. Chadwick Hensley and daughter, arrived Tuesday to visit as guest of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Qean Atkinson, Dr. Atkinson and son Mr. Brook and Mrs. Hensley make Ihelr home In Oklahoma City. P. D. Swift of Huston, La, was the Tuesday guest of his mother Mrs. J .D. Swift and sister. Miss Sunshine Swift. Miss Alice Marie Ross returned yesterday from a 10 day trip throughout the Smokey Mountains and a circle tour of Florida. Miss Ross was accompanied on the trip by her sister, Mrs. John Bage and Mr. Bagc of Campbell, Mo. Mrs. Qiientin File and two daughters, Ann and Jill, of Tulsa, Okla.. are spending two weeks ' here is guests oi Mrs. File's mother, Mrs. Dixie Morris and sister, Mrs. John Burnett and family. Mrs. Dan Ross. Sr.. returned yesterday from Hopkinsvillc, Ky.. where she has spent ten days with L. N. Lowry and Miss Emma Kate Richards has arrived from New York city, to be with her father. C. A. Richards who is reported to be critically ill' at Blytheville Hospital. Mr. Rlch- j ards was injured two weeks ago in an automobile accident. Condition of Mrs. Ed Davis, who received a broken leg in the same accident, is reported as some improved. Mrs. R. B. Stout and daughter. Mary Ann. of Little Rock are visiting here as guests of Mrs. Dan Stout. Mrs. Stout and daughter accompanied Mrs. Stout to Blytheville last week from Little Rock where she had been visiting then. Mr. Mr. Stout will join them In Bly theville tomorrow. The gruop will return to their home Sunday. Mrs. Jack Lemley has returned to her home in Atkins. Ark., after a week's visit here as guest of Mr. and Mr:. Robert I. Thompson. , her sister, Mrs. is visiting Mr. Lowry. NEAT BUHON FRONT By Sue Burnett A pretty buttoned front house dross to brighten 'louseholcl tasks- Soft scallops finish sleeves nnd collar, a handy shaped pocket can be omitted • if you prefer. , Pattern No 8M9 is a scw-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12. 14. 16. 18. 20; 40 and '.2. Size 14. 3% yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PAITERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Couriei News. 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 7, Don't miss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, informative, — a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion tips, a wealth of smart frocks to sew for summer are nil included. 25 cents. Missco Guests Attend Affair In Manila Home One of the major evenU of ths Missco summer social whirl vas the bridge luncheon yesterday at lh» newly completed Wiliamsbtirg Colonial home of Mr. and Mrs. H. j, McKinnon in Manila. Mrs. Charles Stahr of Manila and Mrs, Elwood Fleeman of jefk- boro assisted their sister In 'receiving the 48 guests, who attended from Blythevillc, Manila and Leachvilte. Small tables were set in the drawing room, den and porcli of the spacious home. A silver vase In which rested rose verbena centered each table. White stock, daisies, and carnations amassed In a low bowl topped the dining table. Magnolia branches were placed in large silver wine coolers and spaced at intervals in the living room and dining room of the home. Suggestive of the colonial period of the home were the hand painted place cardjv and score pads used in the bridge game following tiie two course luncheon. Each miniature card was adorned with a colonial girl standing at the door of a Wil- linmsburg home. Mrs. Doyle Henderson of Blythc- ville won high score In the bridge same, gift was a silver syrup server. Second high prize of a silver punch ladle wns presented Mrs. C. M. Smart of Blythcville. S*£r ashtrays were presented Mrs L«Bd Stickmon or Blytheville lor third prize, with Mrs. Joe Osborne of Manila winning low an being presented a silver bud vase. Each oi the gifts presented the winners were in colorful wrappings and ribbons, in keeping with the colonial molii. Ammonia takes It name from sal ammoniac, which according to legend was first made near the temole of Jupiter Anunon in Egypt. HuMKp COOKING FAT I <)(s Wonderful! GEM Listen lo KLCN al 10:10 a.. 4:00 p.m. Dally f or Program Announcements CHQSBY mm Thursday & Fridaj —DOUBLE KKATUnB— ANY NEW CAR Better SCD Sttl 1 & Young Motor Co. 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