PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS At t JvewA Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Old Fashioned Barbecue Fetes Bridal Parly An old fashioned barbecue at th Russell Campbell home on Eas Main was given In compliment t members oJ the Partlow-Nunn brl dal party last night. Miss Joam Campbell, who will attend MLs Parllow as a bridesmaid in he exchange" of nuptials Saturday witl Mr. Nunn, was hostess for th event. Following the barbecue supper Hie evening was spent Informalli in lawn games and dancing on" the patio. Mis partlow u'as dressed in a yellow and white s|wrts outfit for the oc casion. Miss Campbell presented thi guest of honor with a wooden tray Pink and Green Parly Given for Bride-Elect Pink and green were the selected colors used pre-dominately throughout Che decorations of the Samuel F. Norris home yesterday morning when Maureen Norris and Mary Sue Cratton entertained with coffee and miscellaneous shower feting Miss Nancy Hamilton. Miss Hamilton will be married Saturday to George Spaeth. ; Twenty-two guests attended the event. The reception and entertaining rooms were adorned with bo'.vls and vases brimming with hydrangea papdrogons and mixed arrangements of varied summer flowers. i The central point of interest was jhe refreshment table from which [he party foods wore served. The scene, higilighted in shades of pink £nd green, was centered with n bowl filled with white stock and pink sweetpeas. Further suggestive yf the theme, were the individual cakes and mints in the selected Colors. "Nancy and George, June 17, 1950" were embossed on the jiapkins used. I A Ruth Adler two piece frock fashioned of aqua pique and completed in white lace trim was selected by the horioree. In keeping ^'ith (he bridal theme, the hostesses presented Miss Hamilton with j. bouquet of lilies. I Miscellaneous shower gifU for her future home honor'ee were shower- fd upon Miss Hamilton. Tlie hostess' gift was a pair of silver candle- i tick 3. i The hostesses were assisted by their mothers, Mrs. Rupert Crafton And Mrs. Norris, during trie morn- tor. '.•• ; I Out of town guests wera Miss Rita Ann Mooney of Jackson", Tenn., fcouseguest of Miss Norris and Miss Betty Lawrence bl Greenwood, Jiiss.,-"hoiiseguest' of' Miss Barbara Monaghan. J Continuing the tvenU honoring lisa Hamilton prior to her Satur- ay marriage, was the surprise party given last night at the home l)t Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Quackcn. Ifush. I The IS guests who attended were fellow employees of the groom to be •t the First NV.tional Bank, t In keeping with the selected color ihosen for the decorations, pink, pere the bowls of hydrangea and' summer blossoms placed In the entertaining room. j The evening was spent Informally • fteriwhich a group gift was presented Miss Hamilton and Mr. Spaeth. i A bins pique frock worn white accessories was selected Miss Helen Jean Arnold Marries Louis Andrew Pittman at Osceola Miss Helen Jean Arnold, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Arnold of Blylhevllle. became the bride of Louis Andrew Pittman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Piltman of Blythe- vilte, In a ceremony performed June 3, In Osceola. Announcement of the ei-ent was made today by the bride's parents. Justice of the Peace, W. P. Hale, officiated at the single ring ceremony. Miss Litha Swain attended as maid of honor. Willie Ralph Hall was best man. Mrs. Pittman attended the Gosnell Schools. Mr. Pittman attended Kciscr High School. Tlie couple is now at home at the air base. Mrs. Goforlh Honored Wild Layette Shower Mrs. W. L. Goforth was guest of rsonor last night at a pink and blue layette show-er given at the home o! .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson. Pink and blue shaded hydrangea arranged in crystal bowls were set around the rooms In which the 26 ;aes(s were seated for the evening's nformal entertainment. In the games, prizes were presented Mrs. Audie McDanlcl, Mrs. Eddie Ford, Mrs. Herman Graces ind Mrs. Raymond Brittian. Miscellaneous layette article.; were presented Mrs. Goforth from the group after which the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Vahcell Gentry, served party ioods F.nd iced drinks. Mrs. Johnson presented the honoree with a gift arrangement of rosebuds, which she pinned at the shoulder of her frock. Special guests were Mrs. Raymond Brittian, and Mrs. Lorraine \tkins of Hayti, Mo. w ]luirch Class Entertains With Bridal Shower The Mary Martha Sunday School 3lass of the First Baptist Church ntertalned with a miscellaneous bower yesterday afternoon honor- IB Miss Geneva Hastings, bride- led of Virgil Davis, son of Mr. and Irs. B. L. Davis of Blytheville. The affair was held at the home f' Dr. Edna Mies on West Main treet. Multi-hued hydrangea provided he floral decorations of the..enter- aining rooms. Party foods were served from he refrshment table, "which was opperi with a low botvl filled with oses, sweetpeas and loops of green~y. A shoulder 'arrangement of pink ucd roses and blue baby's breath was presented the honoree from Dr. Nies. This was pinned at the ahoul- der of her apple green slimmer gingham frock. Tlie group snoK-eren tne nonorce with assorted gifts for her luture home. . ' Mrs. Osbron Honored Mrs. t.ouls Andrew Pillman High Two, Guests Meet At Fred Sleadman Home Mrs. Fred Steadman was hoste->s last night at her home on Walnut to members of the High Two Club and two guests for the bi-monthly dessert bridge. Guests were Mrs. Harry Bradley, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Harker. Vases of larkspur and mixed summer flowers were placed In the room in which the group was seated at small tables for the bridge game. Mrs. Paul Lloyd won high score and Mrs. Steadman, second high. • * • Picnic Supper at Rivet- Entertains 20 Guests A picnic supper at Barfield was given Tuesday night by Rena Bailey and Ann Boswell. honoring 20 guests. Sandwiches and Iced drinks were served by the hostesses. In the party ?ames, prizes were presented Mars' Glasscock, and Tommie Robertson. The remainder o[ the evening, following supper and games at the river, was spent Informally at the Bailey home. Out of town guests were Bill THURSDAT, JUNE 18, 1950 Bits of News TWOSOME FOR GIRLS Mrs. Hamilton Talbott of Bethesda, Maryland, left today for her home after a month's visit here as guest of her mother, Mrs. Emma Nolen. and sister, Mrs. B. R. Mason and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry left Tuesday for Daytonna Beach, Fla for a vacation with Mr. anil Mrs' Grover Snider of Manila who are spending several months there. Miss Marzee Jtidson left today for her home in Memphis after visiting here as guest of her cousin, Mrs. Denver Wilson and Mr. Wll-' son. Miss Virginia Swearengen will arrive tomorrow from the University of Arkansas. Fnyeitevlllc, for several days visit with her part-nU Mr. and Mrs, II. .V. Swearengen] Sr,, and sister, Emmadele Swenrcn- gcn. Miss Swcarengen. who is attending summer school nt the university, Is coming especially for the wedding of Miss Nancy' Partlow I and Marvin Nunii, Jr., which will' be solemnized Saturday and In which she will serve as a bridesmaid. • ' j Mr. and Mrs. Samuel p. Karris! and daughter, Miis Maum-n Nor- j ris. will leave Saturday for D.AJ-- | tonna Beach, Fla, whrre they have i taken a cottage at EUinor Villate ! for six weeks. " i Miss Margaret Jon,\=, Leon JOHM '< and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Francis ' left this morning for Morrilton ! where they were called foliowins '' the death of Hoyeit Jones. Mr. ' Jones was a brother o! Miss Jones, Mr. Jones and Mrs. Frsncix. : SSgt and Mrs. C!eo Don .Mle.n of Biloxl, Miss;, announce the binh of a son. June 4 s.1 the KN^I.T ; Field Hospital. The baby, who is i their first child, has been namc-.-i.: Cleo Don Allen. Jr. Mrs. Allen is; the former Miss Sf-.-y GMorLh of i Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Gc>- • forth returned Saiurcsy from BJ- : loxi. where they vis!:^d «-li>i t.beiir ; daughter, Sg:. A&n s.nd infant > son. ; Bill Williams. Jr.. ;ef; iodsr !or Camp Lee, Va, where he -aii) EI- • tendV summer ROTC cirnp. i Miss Marian Mayes left Taerfay; for Colorado Spring. Cola., There she will visit as guest o* her suni, Mrs. A. T. Baughmin. j Mr. and Mrs. Her^cht! Gs.rn-r i announce the birth o! » tiscgfcie.-, j ye-iterday at Walls Hospital." Tfce : baby, who Is their s«osd" chiSd. h.is ' been named LaJein. They hsve in- other daughter. G^iL Mr. and Mrs. Jwin iii»c^, jDhn- Burton and Jimmis Lynn. p.re • spending Urn weet in the Osarhs as : the guests of Mrs. Moves' mother, j Mrs. Ophelia Collier of Berry-ril] 3-S By Sue Burnett This carl'.Lij little sleeveless dress for three ic eight-ers serves a dou- b!f pu-p.xw! She'll wear it now for simmer coolness—later on it can be a juniper combined with a blouse or fwcauT. Brief flower trimmed jr.ckct to match. Psr.fn-. .No. S610 is a sew-rite per'Lir^Jovi pattern for sizes a, 4, 5, 6, 7 and S years. Size 4, dress, Hi ytrds o; 39-incli; jacket, I yard. Sfn.i 25 cents now for the Spring snd Summer FASHION. 48 pages of S=-B -styles, fabric news, special fea- t-'-rei. Free pattern printed inside the txxik. Srad 25 cents now for the Spring ir.d Summer FASHION. 48 pages oj nf-s styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed in- jjde the book. ^uu ui LUWII guests were Dili , - >iia - ^-fyt^u^ i^junri ui i^rrwins Levinstein and Toady Anderson of i and Mr - Mayes' father. J. M. Mayes Osceola. the bride-to-be for the occasion. *: * * * B'nai B'rith Conducts Monthly Luncheon Meet ! Tlie monthly luncheon meeting o! the B'nai B'rith Women of Temple Israel was held yesterday at the Temple, with 1C members attending. I Members of the group are from Caruthersville. Hayli, Manila. Os- /iola and Blytheville. • Mrs. carl E. Coulter of Blythe- the group. ; Newly elected officers officiated nt the meeting. They are, president Mrs. Ed Weiss of Osceola; secretary Mrs. Nathan -Weinberg. of Osceola •' recording secretary, Mrs. Lynn Van Naata of Blytheville: and treasurer Mrs. Sam Joseph of Blytheville. ' • » • ' '. Memphis Guest Honored At Afternoon Party . Miss Marzee Judson of Memphis i honscguest of her cousin, Mrs'I Denver Wilson and Mr. Wilson was honored Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Wilson entertained with an informal parly at her home 1707 Hcarn. • Bouquets of summer blossoms decorated tlie reception and entertaining rooms for the event. ( Mixed party foods and iced drinks were served the guests who called fo meet Miss Judson •ith At Company Parly A combined birthday and observance of 38 years with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., party, was given yesterday in honor of Mrs. Myrtle Osbron. Approximately 50 fellow employees of Mrs. Osbron's called at the company reception room to extend congratulations. The sheeted color scheme of pink and white was carried out throughout the decorations of the spacious room. The afternoon was spent informally after which ice cream and A group girt or pearls was presented Mrs. Osborn. Blytheville Boys Get M. Y. Posts Jimmy posset of Blylhcvlllc was Installed as president of the Mississippi County Methodist Youth Fellowshrp-jiat the county meeting held Monday night at the Luxora Methodist Church ^^^±'±1,'^ % = «k7"-'&£& candlelight ceremony conducted by the Rev. H. L. Robinson, pastor, were Jane McLenden, Ijiixora, secretary; Sherod Segraves, Osceoln, M. Y. fund treasurer; Martha Nell Head. Luxora, treasurer; Patsy Cone, Osceola, reporter anil Billy Dean Jackson. Blytheville, chairman of the worship commission. Following the services, refreshments were served and games directed by Martha Nell Head. It was announced that the next meeting would be held July 10 nt the First Methodist Church In Blytheville. of Blue Eye, Mo. Condition of Mrs. Bdd Foster. »-"no was removed to her home on Ash Street from Campbell's Clinic at j Memphis, last weekend, U reported j as much improved. Mrs. Ralph Pat- j ton of Joneoboro, who had been \ spending several days here with her mother, left Monday night for • her home. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Alexander and children, Mike and Brr^k. ir'i] leave tomorrow for their home tn Oermantown. Tenn.. after visiting At The Hospitals BlTthei-ille Hospital ismissed: Lois Jean Channel. Holland Jimmy Bowers, City Tom Xena=, City Walls Hospital L=mi.Med: Connie June Crawford, City Kora Jean Talking ton, Hayti Nancy Mae Webb, steele Mrs. Hames Tillman, Braggadocio Mrs. Thomas Crawford,- Rt 1 In-in Warren, City CAP Sponsors Dance Tonight A "get acquainted dance," sponsored by the Blytheville Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, will be held tonight at the Municipal Airport at Hangar Four. The dance will begin at 8:30 pm parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. J, Prank Tomllnson End daughter, Betty Lou of Houston. Texas, are visiting here as euests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jefferies and other relatives. Johnny Tomlinajn has been spending the past six weeks here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferies and other relatives. Mrs. Alfred Mccarty left yesterday for her home In Birmingham. Ala., after visiting here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Jim Crafton has returned from a two weeks' visit In Texarkana as guest of her sister! Mrs Paul Russell and family and brother. Purifoy Gill of Little Rock. Mrs. E. E. Boatwrlght of Dyersburg, Tenn.. is visiting here as guest nf Miss Pelt Bvars and father H L. Byars at their home on Chtcka- tane dealers. They will leave Sunday for St. Louis for several days visit. Condition of c. A. Hichards. who is critically ill in the Blytheville Hospital, is reported as unchanged. GEM Thursday & Friday —nOUBI.K FEATURE— Mr and Mrs. A. R. Olsen returned last niaht from Little Rock where they attended the two day convention of Arkansas propane and bu- GROVELS BODY SHOP Clear I.akp Avc. & Clark St. Expert ISody and Fender Repair Highest Quality Auto PaintinK AM IVpcs Radiator Work By Highly Skilled Mechanics Kvcry Job Guaranteed Owned & Operated by Grover Canada Phone 69S1 One pair to a child... We don't mean shoes, bul feel. Yes, your child has only one pair ol feel 'o carry him Ihe 65,000 mile* it'i been estimated he'll walk during hii lifetime. Proper <are in the fit ling of his ihoei now, will do much to ssure later fool heollh and comforf ... o good reoion why you should let U5 fil your child's next pair of ihoev. The Family Shoe Store 312 West Main Phone 2342 I . I.islcn to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. l):iily for I'rograrn Announcements Thursday & Friday imn cum [IHit urn mtUlX lUKHCtK 2a- RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Kaclory-'IYaincd Mechanic* Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up am) Delivei Fred Callihon ltd St. Ttrwl SI Hlyllti'villr CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglas* — Phone 3S9-J Methodist Circles Circle One of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met last Thursday in the ladles' parlor of (he church. Hostesses for the evening were Mr. J. W. Corrlngton-and Mrs. George Roland Mrs. R. L. Ward finished the rovlew on the Bible Study Book, "Women of the Scriptures." Mrs. Charles Roome,-new chairman of pledge service, conducted the business meeting. The new committee for. the year were read and reports on the district meeting which ' was held recently at Maiden, were read by Mrs George Brown. Those attending from this circle included Mrs Hrown, Mrs. R. w. Coruln. Mrs. Lynn Smith, Mrs. George Roland Mrs. V. W. McCoy and Mrs. B L. Ward. Circle Two of the W.S.C.S. met Tuesday evenhin at the home of Mrs. J. \V. Cm mean. • , .- .!.. During the business session plans for the next meeting, which will be a pot-luck supper on July 6 at the home of Mrs. Ward, were completed. Airs. R. L. Wnrd Jr., who was outgoing chairman. Inslallcd the new officers for the year. They are: chairman. Mrs. J. H. Van Ausdall, Jr.; vlce-chairnwn, Mrs. Minnie McGlll; secretary. Mrs. Bill white, and treasurer, Mrs. "clay 'Connor. Wesleyan iSuilil Meets The Hrower Unit of the Wesleyan Service Guild met Monday evening in the Methodist Church. ' A business session was conducted by the new chairman. Miss Martha Wrenn. plans were discussed fo.- financcs and programs for the coming year and standing committees were appointed. v Miss Rosamond Black ar.d ^'iss Joan Douglas were guesus. During the social hour, the hostesses. Miss Prances Neely and Mrs. Listen Neely, served refreshments. Next meeting will be June ID. with Miss Patricia Neff and Miss fceey Robertson as co-hostesses. Entertains Card Club Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Pinion enter- tained last Tuesday evening at their home with a covered dish dinner for members of their Rook Club. John Sawyer and P. H. Blomeyer received high and low score places for the men respeclvely. Ugh was a canasta set which included table cover, score pads and pencils, cards and a card tray. Low prize was a rook set. Mrs/w. L. Cantrell won high for the women with Mrs, Blomeyer winning low. Mrs. Cantrell was given scented stationary and Mrs. Bio- mcyer received a cup and saucer scU Rook Club Has Meeting The Double-Pour Rook Club were entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. J. p. (Pat) Patterson. Mrs. John Gaddy was guest. High score was won by Mrs. O. E. Hooker. Mrs. Leonard Limbaugh rookoed. lias liirlhday 1'arty Dr. and Mrs. c. O. DcHoft entertained at their home last Saturday afternoon for H of their daughter's friends with a party in observance of Beth's third birthday. Games were enjoyed during the afternoon. • Birthday cake and Ice cream were served and each guest received baskets filled with jelly beans and whistles. Itccilal lilven by Biyon Ra Tlnsley Thursday evening Mrs. Guy E Michie presented one of he." Diano pupils, Bryan Ra Tinsley, of Kuyti, in a recital in the lower auditorium of ,lhc Caruthersville Methodist Church. The recital was of unusual Interest to the large number attending from Caruthersville and Haytl because Bryon has received considerable recognition in this section for his skill. Although only 12 years old. he possesses unusual musicianship. Miss Susan Cunningham assisted at second piano. following the recital a large number of those present attended a reception held in two of the enter- Miss Moss Guest With HD Club Miss Elizabeth Mo» of th* REA, was guest Tuesday afternoon with 21 members of (he Yarbro Horn* Demonstration Club, who met «t the home of Mrs. Paul Abbott for the bi-monthly meeting. Mrs. Abbott opened the m«M^ by demonstrating the eye op«n*£' which was a wishing veil flower container. , Group singing and a devotional bjr Mrs. Walter Barnes followed. Jn tlie business session conducted by the president. Mrs. Elza Wheeler, plans for the new club house wert discussed. 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