The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1952 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR (ARK.) COURIER J\lew* Pat Mullins, Society ICditor Phone 4-JG1 Lucille Hotley Is Bride Of Holland Man In « double ring ceremony, Saturday at * p.m., Miss Lucille Hatley of Steele became the bride ol Ethrldge McCord of Holland 11 was announced today by Ihe brides mother, Mrs. Era Halley of Steele. The Rev. J. R. Draswell officiated at the marriage in his home «nd » reception followed at Ihe home of the bride's mother for members of Ihe Immediate families. Mrs. McCord Is a graduate of Steele High School and was employed by Ihe Southwest ern Bi-11 Telephone Company In St. Louis before coming to Blythevtlle. where she is employed by the same company. Mr. McCord attended Holland School and Is now manager of the Jones Welding Shop in Holland. The couple Is at home in Hlythe- ville. YM Birthday Club ionors Miss Long Mrs. Preston Goff was hostess at dinner parly Tuesday night in ler home for Hie VM Birthday Sub In which Miss Prance: Long s-as honoree Ihls month. CnrrylnK out the traditional r:o!nr iheme wa.s a birthday cake of yel- ow and green with pink candles, llv table was overlaid with yellow Incn. nanklnr, oach side of tho table were candelabra holding rren laper.s, 'Ilie hoiimpe v.as presented a shoulder arrangement of pink roses bv the hosteEs. Mrs. Clyde O'Neal was a guest of Ihe club which Bpent Hie eve nliiK In Informal cntertalnmenl. Mjss l.onit presenlcd the. hosteM ,'lth « token of appreciation. BWC of Calvary Meets In Home Mrs. Klhriilge Sli'Cnnl New Liberty Baptist GA's Meet at Church Mrs. Riehl Hostess To La Petite Club The Hi 'sines Women's Circle ofj the Calvary Baptist Church met. Tuesday at the home of Mr*. C, S. BirmlnKham for n Royal Service program, ami potlmrk supper with 10 members and 2 new members present. New members were Mrs. P. A. Stanley and Mrs. Leon Robertson ami visitors for the occasion were J. B. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bell have as their guesls their son, T. A. Bell Jr., and Mrs. Bell of Liltle Rock. In Memphis yesterday were Mrs. Paul Long, Miss Prances Long and Mrs. Charley Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace left yesterday for Indianapolis, Intl., to attend the funeral ol her brother. Ktaa Wheeler and Jimmic Sanders were In West, Memphis last light lor a business meeting and dinner. Harry A. Haines will Ifave lomtr- row by plane for Wichita falls. Tex., lo lake part In Ihe wedding ot Ross Dillon Hughes. Jr. Miss Nancy HuBliK of Memphis, sister of Lieutenant Hughes, will also go by plane for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester left l«day for Fort Rlley, Kan., to attend the graduation of their son Thomas II, Sylvester, from officers candidate school on Saturday whe: he will become an army lieutenant Mr. and Mrs. David Sylvester wll arrive Sunday from Oklahoma City to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs f*Filet<th Sylvester. ML', and Mrs. Jack Williams o I'rcnton. Tcnn., were week eiv iiKts of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wll jams. 1HUHSOAY, WAT I, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stanton an amily and Mrs. Slanton's mother Mrs. Waller Windsor, of Mcmphl lave returned home after spendln he week end with Mrs. Stanton llsler, Mrs. E. H. Crock, Mr. Croo and family, Mrs. J. A. fjloycl was in Mcinph yesterday where she umlcrwcn Coming Events FrJdir Dorcu* Class of Pint B»P»ta» Jhurch meets with Mrs. Churl** s'ewcomb at 2:30 p.m. Miss Cordelia Wllhlte Is co-hostess. La Finesse meele with Mri W. M. 'ontz. Past Matrons and Patrons haw iircling ut (lie Masonic Temple. Alpha Delta Chapter of BeU Sigma Phi has 2:30 p.m. Installa- .ion service at- Barney Crook horn*. Saturday Annual Mother's Oay Luncheon A'lll be held at the Rustic Inn »t 12:30 p.m. (or Alpha DelU Cn»»- ler of Beta Sigma Phi. CIIA.MI'IONS -Winners of the city wide duplicate bridge tournament, held at the Country Club Tuesday anri Wednesday nights are ileft lo light [rout row> Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins ami Mrs. Alia CainiTcu], ol sti'i'li!, in firm place. Mr. and Mis George Wiess (back row left to right) look second place and third place went to Prank Nelson and his brother William Nelson of Yazoo City. Miss. (Courier News I'holo) Story oil Page 9. Mrs. Scrape Hostess To Club Eight Mrs. Otto Scrape was hosteu y«- (cvday lo Club Eight at her horn* with Mrs. Vernoti Thomasson * bridge guest. Roses were used In her floral de«- orntion. Mrs. Paul Jobe won first plac* in the games and .\frs. Jess* M. White took second. Bridge went to Mrs. G. O. Poctz. A deport course was served by the hostess. , • T • ri- i rvn \ tlr,.> was held in honor of me Junior Mrs. Henderson Is Junior Hig-h IMA Mab HI;S|I (acuUj . willl M . s , John M . At the Hospitals Walls Hospllal Dismissed: Mis. Robert a. McKaney *nd Hostess at Luncheon Final Meeting Mi-s. Doyle Henderson \vas host- to Tuesday Club members at | held Miller in charge anri Mrs. W. L. Moxley. hospitality chairman. I'Hml ncetincr of the vear wasi Centering the tea table was a l inai i.iceuiiB 01 int SchQ dci , orat( , d nuiy polc. May baskets by the Junior her home with a luncheon. Mrs. Louis Cherry was a luncheon and brlcise guest. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon won first place and Mrs. Rlley 8. Jones won second. Mrs. Cherry look biidi-o. Spring flowers ill varied arrangement decorated the home. Parent-Teachers Association the school. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, re- tirlnx president, presided over the meeting. "I Sec God" was presented by the girls' trio nnd a mixed group from the choir of hish school prc-j Kented "Were You There" at! were presented to the women and book markers were presented to the men. baby. City. Be sure all your wall sockets arc provided with protective covers into which children cannot poke their fingers or metal objects. OU> MEDAL FLOU Clip out the coupon found elsewhere in today's paper. It's svorlli 25c on the pur chase of a 25 11). hag of Gold Medal Flour at MAYS SUPERMARKET W . Tun-clay lo La Petite In her home the Baptist Church met Tuesday In Cunningham, Mrs. Clarcncr Roads Mrs. V. R. Dixon. Miss Ann Nance, and Miss Bonnie Webb. Mrs. Hilton Slcphensnn was ho: less Wednesday night at her ho Gu visitor, read scriptures. Mrs. Dtran spoke to them about presided over a short business ses- companied by Frances Slayton. sion. Mrs. Ellen Connelly wai in charge of Ihe program, "The Multitude Needs Christian Homes." Miss Rosa Hardy presented the Women's Fellowship Garden Club devotional and rell .spoke on Child." Mrs. Hernia Sheppard's eighth Meets in Steele Studies Corsages Sherry Wright presided over the taking part on program were Mrs If your blanket bindings are ace- te raycn satin they can't t,tand o hot an iron. Use a "rayon" sot- g on your iron or ironer. business session In which the following committees were elected, Brenda Long «nd Llbby Guff, membership; Linda Lnngley and Glori end In Memphis with Mr. and M Christian Women's Horace Scrapes and family. grade won room count, and Miss the BlythoviUe Woman's Club met he First Christian Church met In John Wllks will arrive home to- Mrs. J. B. Cunningham and Mis. Avis Howard's seventh grade won second place. \1'ji officers who wore Installed by Miss Hardy were Mrs. Glenn I.adil, president; Mrs. Leonard he newly-completed home of Mrs. yesterday nt the monthly meeting. Mrs. JaVnes OiiK s, chairman, pre- day lo he the guest of his mother Webb gave a devotional after whicl Prank Brown In Sleele Tuesday for Mrs. Grace Wilks, on Mother's Day. He ha-i recently been elected secre- heir monthly session, Norma Hicks, aociar; Linda Gunter, Chi Fraternity lor community millions, and Qeraldine L»ngley and Sherry Denton, room. Chnrles Ray Newcom the coming year. He Is a student at Johnson, vice president; Mrs, Ray IS COMING! Students Honored University of Mississippi. •ucsts, Mrs. J. W. nobblns and Mrs. Cpl. Myron Priest Is visiting his At Supper Here new j owens, treasurer; and Mrs. liarn Wyfttt, historian, were! Following the meeting. » p. a. Morgan. Mrs. J. O. yer by Sherry Wright. family. Mr. and Mrs. . who Is study leader, led a prayer and brother, Johnny Priest. He has after which the program leader Mrs. Chct Brown, presented n pro- been stationed In Anchorage, Alas- The First Baptist Church dining Mrs. Crook Hostess To Birthday Club Mrs E F. Blomeyer, Mrs. J. n. Bariadale, Mrs. E. A. Hlce, Mrs. B. room wa.s Ihe scene yesterday at 6 p.m. for H supper for the Missis- . gram with Mrs. E. M. Terry. Sr.. and Mrs. James Terry assisting. bouquet of daisies. , . A. Bugs. Mrs. R. A. Copeland and Mrs. Marvin Nunn Mrs. Smart took top honors n n d . They gave a dialogue entitled "If " who presented a concert later to a Mrs. Charles Rose won second. I Cnn Give Yon These Things. Mrs. C. H. Crook 'was hosless Tuesday at her home for a 1 p.m Wednesday Club under the direction of Mrs. James seated approximately 80 peo- luncheon Club. Th« table from which luncheon was ierved was overlaid with t whlU cloth and was centered will • low bowl of iris. Mls« Fr«nces Long was » lunch •on guest. Mrs. D. Garralt, • former mem- Mr» Marvin Nunn yesterday en- W Rainwater. Officers were Mrs. W. D. Cobb. president; Meets In Home rounded by. swirls ot folllage deco- Mrs. Ben llarpole, vice president; Club In her 'newly completed home rated the table and white peonies Mrs C. A. Cunningham was hos- Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., recording secretary; Mrs. C. A. Tnnt, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Russell Hays, treasurer; Mrs. L. L. Ward. Sr.. worship director: Mrs. Jnhn wern used in other decoration. Mrs. Harold Davis was In charge of the affair and those receiving nnd assisting wera Mrs. Hoyett arrangements of peonies and roses. Mrs. Paul Pryor and Mrs. Wal- Taking top honors WM Mrs. Pry- Brown, Mrs. E. C. Brown, Mrs. Ney .. Burnett, study director; Mrs. Eric THURSDAY & FRIDAY or «nrl Mrs. Nurm won «ecund . ber who now makes her home In Hunt. Mrs. Lowell Gibson. Mlsi Lund! Overman, Mr.s. Kendal Berrv. and Miss Pat Mullins. Centering the table from Wiiltley, service director. The hostesses served refreshments lo the 25 guests. Refreshments were served by the Bouthgale, Calif., and is visiting here, was presented gllta' from the members. the three course luncheon was serv- Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times Humphrey Fiogart in his Aciulemy Award Winning Role — A Don't Miss • WHITE LAST TIMES TONITE PAL NITES! 2 For Price of 1 CHOCOLATES SHE LOVES M-G WALTER PIDGEON Choos* her fovorit» assortment ... all center!, nut, crisp and chewy centers 01 Hctne Fashioned Favorite! - - _ ROBERT MORLEY » Mm« KX.V.S FSSC.JCTXn MM «n IMW M* Also Selected Short Subjects Bulldog Drummond R1TZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Alex Shelby & Family Mr. & Mrs. .limmie Stevenson & FamiiT COMING NEXT WEEK! THE EXCITING WOMEN OF 'QUO VADIS ! ESPECIALLY FOR IviGlHER Tinted Any Color FREE! FRIDAY & SATURDA Diuihle We'll pladly tint your while linen shoe any color yini \vi.<li . . . our Uivijc scloi'lion of colors assure yon of tli harmony you desire. 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