The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE row. BLYTHEVTLLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1950 octets Jane Shellon, Society Editor ff Plione <MGi Bride to Be Feted At Informal Party Miss Dorthea Miesslor, bride elect of Donald Williams, received gifts lot lier future kitchen, yesterday morning at. the informal morning parly given In her honor, at the Oliver Schwarta Home. Mrs. Harold Knop and Mrs. Schwartz were hostesses to 15 guests who called. Miss Miessler will be married Friday evening al 1:30 p.m. in :i ceremony to bo performed at the First Lutheran Church, with her lather, the Rev. O. Miesslcr, officiating. The reception and entertaining rooms were bedecked with vases filled wilh varl • colored summer blossoms and greenery. Assorted party foods were served throughout the morning from the refreshment table, which was overlaid will! a linen cloth anrt centered with a low howl of mixed pastel hued flowers. Mrs. Knop presided over the table. A blue voile frock, worn with harmonizing accessories, was selected by Miss Miessler, Mrs. G. MifMsler, mother of the guest of honor, was a special guest for the pre-nuptia! event. • + « Duck Supper Given At Robertson Home A barbecue duck supper, with ill the "Irimmings," was given last evening for 15 guests at the. Ja^k Robertson borne. Miss Tommie Robertson was hostess to the guesls, who were members of the college eel. Out of town guests were Miss Katherinc Robertson and Miss Jean Drake, of Little Rock, housegucsts of the Robertson's, Bill Lcvcnstcin and Toady Anderson of Osccola. A white linen cloth topped the dining table from which the buffet ineal was served by candlelight. Centering the table were sweetpcas set in a low crystal bowl. Single white tapers burned In crystal candelabra placed on either side of the floral centerpiece. Mary Ruth Porlcr, Rcna Bailey unci Betty Fresno]! presided over the Uble. • Immediately following supper, the remainder of the evening was spent Informally in the entertaining rooms of the home, which were decorated with bowls tilled witli miutl- hued swectpeas. "PRETTY CONTRAST" Miss Cravens To Wed In Mid-Summer Event Planning nuptials [or mltl-smn- nier is Miss Joan Cravens, \vHose engagement to Dill Largom Mas announceil ttii* week by her [mr- enls. Mr. iincl Mrs. Albert B. Cravens of OflrutlH'r.sville, Mo. Mr. Lnrgcnt. also of Cnrtithcrsville, is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Largcnt. Tiie bridc-clccl was a member of the 11H9 graduating class of the Camthersvtlle school, and is now employed in the oElices of Uic Brown Shoe Factory. Mr. Lament was a member of the 1941 Caruthersvillc nigh School .senior class, fie is a veteran of .several years service in the armed forces. He received his degree In business administration from the University of Missouri, Columbia, and, is now connected with the Peck Auditing Company in Canl- thersville. Announcement of the wedding plans will be made at a later date. Armorel Home For Breakfast, Setting Bridge Bits of News Condition ol Mrs, Hugh Hudson, v:rio underwent an operation Satin clny at the Hlythcviile Hospital, Is reported as satisfactory. Dorothy l.«*c KolHson is reported iti sntisfnctory condition at lier home on Rolllson Avenue, lollow- ing a tonsillectomy Tuesday at the LJlythevillc Hospital. Mr.s. Harold Wakelield nnd two children will leave Saturday lor Chriffce, Mo., where they will spend n week ns quests of Mrs, Wnkcficld's parents. Mr. and Mrs. n. L, Storey, Miss Kit Rcgnu left Tuesday for Wynne where she will vLsIt relatives nnd friends. Mr.s. Mobile EsLes and children •I Columbus. Oa., are spending sov- oral weeks here as guests of Mr.s. '-{r-s mother. Mrs. John lionrlanrt. Ur?na Ml/clip is spending this erk in Brn^s City, Mo., with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Willie M'jitfnn. Condition of Mrs. Mnrgle Love- Ifuty, who 511 f for eel a heart at trick Saturday, is reported as much improved. Mr. nnd Mrs, flfjhert Collins announce tt'c birth of twin children Sunday at Memphis Baptist Hospl- Thc twins have heen, named Wilinn Lee and Floyd Lee. Condition of Mrs. Collins, which wrts reported ns critical for several days, improved. Mr. and Mr.s, J. C. Mayes have returned to 'their home hi Grand- v. Ark., after visiting here as ft nests' of Mr, Mnyes' brother, John Mayes, Mrs. Mfiyes nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Chagnon ind family will leave Sntnrdnv for Asnland. Maine, where they will va- Mr. (Smart is attending tlia Furniture Market. Mr. and Mr«. C. E. Thaxton and daughters, Misses Dorothy and nuth Thaxton, Mr. and Mrs. C, I,, Tliax- ton and daughter, Lena Fuye, have returned from a three day visit in McMlnnvllle, Tenn., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Thaxton and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner. The group went especially to attend the Thaxton family reunion at Thaxton Tenn. ' Mrs. Andrew Murphy and daughter, Mary jane, o! Salem, Va.. are visiting here as guests of Mris. Murphy's mother, Mrs, Hattle Hunter and sister, Mrs. l/nilsc Hill. Mrs. I). O. Gay, and her sister, Mrs. J. W. White of St.. Petcrs- yn. By Sue Burnett Your young daughter l s sure to be pleased •with this adorable yo'^ed frock that combines two fabrics with such charm. Yoke and sleeves are in one and boast tiny ruffle trim. A longer sleeve is provided lor school wear. Pattern No. 8C12 is a sciv-ritc perforated pattern in sixes 1, G. 8, 10 and 12 years. Size (i, I •:, yards M 33-inch; ?.; yarn contrast. For this patMrn. send 25 cents In COINS your name scldreM size desired, and the pATI'ERiN NUM BKR to Sue Burnett Couiiei News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7 Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION". 48 pages o[ new styles, fabric news, special tea turcs. Free pattern printed Insi*: the book. Small tables were set up on the ixtrcli of the E. M. Kcgcnold home at Armorel Tuesday morning for tlie breakfast given in honor of Mrs. Regenold's club, the Tuesday Club, and one guest, Mrs. J. W. Adams. Bud vases, filled with dnlrtty sweetpetis and daisies topped each table. Immediately following the rnUl- morning affair, which continue.^ the •hirt of stumner events honoring Blythcvillc society, the remainder of the morning was spent Uv bridge, with high score being \voii by the gu cs t, Mrs. Adam s. M rs. M ti rray Smart won second high .score. 15lh Birthday Observed Wilh Party for 20 Guests Mrs. Hcrslict House,. Mrs. Charlie Knitz mid Mrs. Jcc Morgan were hostesses Friday evening to. 20 member;; of the teen a&e -set, when they entertained jn celebration of the 15th birthday of Dorothy jean Loll. The evening was spent In games in the House home after which the honoree was presented from the quests. Ice cream rind birthday cfike were served the g ties Us on the lawn of the home, by the hostesses. KenUickian Honored With Dinner Party Mrs. Ellis Hodges was hosiess last evening at her home to a group of the members ol the tmi age set, when she entertained with a 6:30 dinner in compliment to her houseguest, Margaret Pickens of Mayfield, Ky. As each feminine guesl arrived, she was prc.sentrd n rorsapc of fragrant rosebuds, set In beds of feathery greenery. The guests wrrn seated at n single long tiiblr tor the mcnl. with n bowl filled with HIM-:-; topping the I tnhle. j Following dinner, the gut^-l;; ', ppent. the remainder of [lie evening I informally. | - * j Werner Roast knlcvlams I Sorority, 20 Guests ! Mipj=*-,s Alma C;Un ami M'lXinc I Lcndennie wrre ho^U'^p- ia-t night ! to members of Eixsilon Si^ina Alphr j -orority and 20 £;ncat5, for a wienie ron.st at Biirfieid. Wemrrs nnd mar^hin^lhiws wcrr roasted by the trronp after which * they rehirned to thf hnmc of Mr j nnd Mrs. Rnlph NYalk-r for an eve- I nin^ of informal enterUimneiU. burg, and daughter, Mr.s. C. W. Garrlgan arc visiting Mrs. Gay's and Mrs, White's sister, Mrs. India -Sanders, In Chienfro. Mrs. Harold Wrlf;lit and daughter, Patti. have returned from Mke Providence, La-, where they visited and ftn[ j children, Johnny cation for two weeks. En route they will visit in Oreeu Springs, Ohio, us the guest, 1 * of Mr. Cha^non's sisters. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Jordan and Miss Elsie Fayc Jordnn have re- .urncd to Lexington. Ky., after visiting here as guests of Mr. Jordan's sister. Mrs. Katie Caklwcll. Mrs, C. r, Blnkemore has as her otiseguest.s, Mr. and Mrs. TI. L.. Sawlc nnri daughter, Joyce, of Detroit. Midi. Mrs Ben Hnrpolc, Jr., nnd Mrs. Bob Warren arc spending today In Memphis. Mrs. John Moses und children, of Mounds, ill., are visiting here as st's of Mrs. Moses' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Shloley and sisters. Misses Josephine and Gfnnle ShihIcy: The Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Kruta and children, Betty Lou and Raymond, Jr., who formerly made their home In Caraway- where Rev. Krutz wns pnslor ol the Methodist Church, have moved to Kcnncy, ill.. .'here he will be pastor of the First Methodist Church of Kenney. The Rev. Km IB Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Krutz, o( BlylliDVUle. . II. llearn, alrnmn. USN. of Blythoville, is receiving antl-sub- e'. warfare Inslniction t\l the -Air Station, Snn Diego, Cal. r it was announced today. Mr, and Mr.s. O. T. Slephcnson nnd daughter. Sandra, of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Alford of Memphis have returned to tlielr homes nfter visiting In Blytheville ns guests of Mrs. Stephcnson's and Mrs. Al- Ford's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E. Austin. MY. fltul Mrs. .Tohn M. Brown, Jr., announce the birth of a son Wednesday. June 21. The baby, who is their third child, rms not been named. Mr. anrt Mrs. Brown and Jamil y are now al the Yiome of Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. E. G. Lovell, 705 Lilly. BUI Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Williams, of Blythcvillc, tins arrived at the ROTO summer camp at Fort Lee f Va.. for six weeks training. Cadet William's Is a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayettijville. and upon graduation will be eligible for n commission ,-a second lieutenant in the Officers Reserve Corps. Miss KiHherir.e Robertson nnd Miss Jcaix Drake of Little Rock tvre vi5ititi£j in BlyUicville ns the guests of Miss Robertson's parents. Mr and Mrs. Jack Robertson and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Murray Smart niul son. Murray, nre spending a week in Chicago. While In Chicago. Jinnny, Mrs. Wright went especially to be with Mr. Deen and children while Mrs, Deen underwent minor surgery at a Vicksburg, MI.ss., hospital. Mrs. Deen is reported much improved and has been returned to her home. Miss Mildred Jane Black of Purvis, MLss.j arrived yesterday to uslt guest of Miss Roberta Bracoy and Miss Joann Trieschman. Miss Black, who was a roommate of Miss Jlraccy's at Mississippi Southern College this past year, was joined Ii\ Memphis yesterdny for the trip to Blytticvlllc by. the Misses Bracey and 'I'ric.schmaii. Mr. mid Mrs. C. \V. Kapp and sons, returned Monday night from DuBuque, Iowa, where llicy had vacationed for a, \veelr. LouLs Arlan of Miami, Fin,, is visiting here as guest of Jimmy Earls rind his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earls, and -sister, Joan. Miss Dorothy Thaxton, who !s a student nurse at St. Bernard's Hospital, jone.sboro, Is spending three weeks here ns nuc.st of her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. C. E. Thaxlon. M r, a nd M rs. Theodore Loga n hnve us their hou.scguest, their son. Walter Lognn of New York City. Mrs. E. M. Rcgeiiuld, Mrs. G. t:. Critfger, Jr., nnd Mrs. Arthur Vance, are spending today in Memphis. Condition of Mrs. H. E. Smith, who underwent an operation Monday afternoon nt, Memphis Baptist Hospital, is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoffman nnd Mr. ami Mrs. A, H. Boyri will spend the weekend at Moon Lake in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Stripes Breeze Into Summer [•' C. A. Davidson and son, David, of Donaldson, lows, ure visiting hero as guests of: Mrs. Davidson's mother. Mrs. Mildred Msiyo and grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Ingrum. I)sv//linp stripes shou 1 off In these Ijroo/y young dresses for warm we:Uher. Vcllou' stripes arc \vurkcd diagonally on a black pique biU'lcgroiiml to make the full skirl anil hrief holcro (left) designed by (Jetty I*:irel:iy. illack pique top is honed for flattery. Deep poeliet juts out from skirt. The same designer fashions (lie cotton cliiuU ;yT>-i-t?v : 'V*- !•... .'z 'iti v /-d skirt (center), striped in black anil white anil printed with Horal nosegays, to fie at the back like an apron. Sleeveless lop is black. Graduated stripes in shades of green form horizontal hands on the ll.ireil skirl of the chambray dress (right) designed by Jerry Tamil. Stripes are repealed on Hit wide revcn at the neckline. THE WOMEN * 111 It nth MHK-U. NKA Staff Writer 'Good Dates' Don't Always Become Best Husbands Three n - y ea r - olds enc losed in * a recent letter to me a list of qualities which they believe make a ' good date. In order the In which they wrote them down, they are: Tall, good-looking, good dancer, self-assured, knows how to have a good time- That is, perhaps, fairly typical of what a girl of 17 considers a "good date." The only trouble !s r a lot of girls — particularly tho.se who marry young—confuse those qualities as the important ones in a good husband. But the best husbands <| .en don't come from the list of ooys who are considered the best dates. The best husbands are just as likely, if not more likely, to come from the ranks of the "not good- looking but terribly smart," or "terribly shy but nice when you get to know him," or "kind of funny-looking and a terrible danc- er-^bttt a wonderful sense of humor"—and many other such cat- egorie.s into which marriage-minded girls pigeonhole the young men they meet. Other Qualities N'cedctl After Marriagu Not that there's anything wrong with a young man's being tall, E:floil- look ing, n good dancer, and self-assured .But if those are his main assets, he Is better ciate- mnterial than husb^d-material. Once a girl mnrrle s she is more interest In n man's disposition than Calvary Circle ' Has Meeting Six members of Hie BWC. Circle 1'hree ol the CnWnry Ilnptist Church met Tuesday evening at the lome of Mrs. Herman May for » program business meeting. Opening prayer was offered by Mrs. Jim Ross after which the circle chairman, Mrs. Hubert, Polsfrovc. ^resided over a business session, during which each officer reported on her activities, "Family Altars In The Home" was discussed by Mrs. Howuitl Caitlwel], followed by the dismissal ^^&? y aal^!^.de n iat| h ^«''-«^««. ™? "™" £f ^^ )|0 j with the qualities that make him) City Hall; tlv a good companion at home than those which make him the life of the party when they go out. Not only girls, however, make the frequent mistake of confusing the qualities that make a good date with those that make a good mate. Young men often <to it, too, and then can'l understand why a glamor girl doesn't necessarily turn into the Kind ol wife a young man needs. 75 Women Attend looking School Seventy-live women attended the Ooculycnr Service Cooking School at the Woman's Building at the Fairgrounds yesterday afternoon, under the direction of Mrs. Lu Boulware, General Electric home economist of Memphis. Mrs. Boulware was introduced by Mrs. Gertrude HolHrnan, county home demonstration agent. Her demonstration consisted of modem methods of electric cookery, ns well as the proper packaging nnd processing of foods jor the home frecz- She was assisted during the nf- ternoon by Miss Elizabeth Moss, home economist for Mississippi County REA. Prizes of small appliances, aluminum ware, frozen foods and cash certificates were awarded the following: Mrs. Mary Craig, Mrs. A H. McCann, Mrs. O. M. Hurst, Mrs Kate Blankcnship, Mrs. R. L. Atkinson, Mrs. Henry Westbrook Mrs Lexie Seratt, Mrs. Bill Cable, and Mrs. Ross Caldvvell. Refreshments of iced drinks and cakes were served at the close of the school. in his looks, more concerned his brains and ability than with with At The Hospitals Blytheviile Hospital D ism is.se d: Robert Weidman, City W.illx Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Herman Thomas and baby, City Ella Patterson. City Mrs. Truman Alexander, Steele Betty Laytou, City Out of Practice C HIC A G O—W>—Walter Karakuszka, 50, who hadn't owned a car. In 25 years, bought one this sprln£f He noticed that automotive engirt- ' eers had made quite a few changes. But that didn't feaze him. He got behind the wheel and rode off. His machine caromed off another auto, bumped across a sidewalk and smashed into a tavern window. the WMU. was a guest wltli the Circle. Ice cream and cookies were served by the hostess following the meeting adjournment. Social Calendar Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Williams entertaining members of the Miesslcr- Williams wedding party svKh a rehearsal supper at the Fellowship Hull of the First Lutheran Church at 6:30 p.m. 20th Century Club meets at the Hut. Hosts and Hostesses nrc Mr and Mrs. Etwooci Deen. Mr. ant Mrs. Rube Carson, Mr. and Mrs Hilly Boone. Mr and Mrs Jam^s CJ. Guard and Mr. -and Mrs. Jlmmie Edward.s. Friday Miss Dorlhea Miessler rx?cr>me.^ the brtric of Donald Williams at 7:30 p.m. at First Lutheran Cluirch Mr.-, Cecil Priest entertains Lucky Rook Club. Sunday In a 1:30 p.m. ceremony, FV.tricia Ann Chitwood will ne mar ried to John Williams Eraser. .Jr. Variety is Spice of Life DANVILLE, III. <AI>>— Members of the Danville Rotary Club are I men of -elastic interests. Subjects j of n recent luncheon forum: The location for a new Danville occupation of Berlin. WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMAN To Sell Formal! Tractors and International Trucks. A Good Deal for the Right Man BENT. BUTLER CO. 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