The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 35y 1954 Society News llnrv finriet.v Editor 9 Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Morning Party Compliments Miss Shippen Mis* Delia Shippen of Osceola, bride-elect of Graham Partlow of Blytheville. was honored with a party at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Godley yesterday morning. Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf was co-hostess. The table from which party foods was served was overlaid with a lace imported linen cloth banded in hand made linen and centered with an arrangement of pink carnations, asters and Pugii mums interspersed with maline and greenery. Arrangements of yellow and white chrysanthemums were used in the living room with an arrangement of red roses on the mantel. Mixed garden flowers were used in the den. . Miss Shippen was dressed in a white figured cotton with black accessories and was presented a pink carnation corsage encircled with tuberoses and gifts of silver from her hostesses. - Mrs. Herbert Shippen, the bride- elect's mother, was presented a •white carnation corsage encircled with tuberoses. Guests were from Osceola and Blytheville. Miss Taylor Honored With Party Here Miss Janet Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Taylor, who will leave soon for Bethany-Peniel College at Bethany, Okla., was honored with a going-away party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lambert last night. After the honoree had opened her gifts, the hostess served refreshments. ; Mrs. Lambert was assisted by Misses Marie Gunter, Dorris Payne, Zetha Mae Fisher and Josephine Jarratt. Bits of News l Wiener Roast Given at Edwards Home The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained their husbands last night with a wiener roast at the home.of Mrs. Jimmie Edwards. Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mrs. Orlie Parker were co-hostesses. Following the picnic supper, the remainder of the evening was spent informally. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Graves were guests of the group. Tuesday Canasta Club Has Meeting The Tuesday Canasta Club met with Mrs. O. O. Elkins, ST., yesterday. Garden flowers were used on the tables where the guests were seated and throughout the entertaining rooms. In the games played during the afternoon, winners were Mrs. L. O. Gill, high, Miss Rosa Schuneritsch, second high and Mrs. Paul Bynim. lew. The hostess served a salad course j and iced drinks at the conclusion of the games. Coming Events Wednesday Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains members of Club Eight. Thursday Ladies of the Country Club entertaining with monthly guest day 10:30, followed by luncheon at 12:30. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains the Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Thf Young Women's Auxiliary Mary Gail Wilbourn of Jones- j boro is the guest of Peggy Taylor ! and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby. Mrs. Mike Meroney has returned from Walnut, Miss., where she spent several days as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fay Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby nave returned from a vacation spent in Dallas and El Paso, Tex. Miss Dollie Hiett of Little Rock \ is the guest of her sister, Mrs-. C. A. Hunton, and Mr. Hunton. Mrs. E. F. Cunningham, who underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis last week, is now at her home on Parkway. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walls and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walls are vacationing in Mobile, Ala., where they are visiting friends and deep-sea fishing.. The Rev. and Mrs. Bob Edwards of Como, Tex., are the guests of the Rev. Air. Edward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shields Edwards. Misses Cliffie and Maxine Overman have returned from Chicago | where they, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Overman, and sisters, Sherrie and Edna. Miss Rhonda Eaton, who attends Mississippi Southern College in Kattiesburg, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Coady Eaton, for several weeks. Clair Miller and sons are vacationing in Hot Springs. Guest of Miss Arden Ferguson is Miss Carolyn Buff aloe of Memphis. Miss Ferguson and Miss Buffaloe were sorority sisters at the University of Alabama. • Miss Betsy Bell is spending several days in Greenwood, Miss., as the guest of Miss Heard Wyiie. Mrs. Hal O'Peel of Memphis was the w«ek end guest of Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. Morse and Mrs. W. B. Tanner motored Mrs. O'Peel home and remained overnight. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech are vacationing in Blowing Rock, N. C. Dr. and Mrs, Torsten 'Lindquist and son left Saturday for Davenport, la., to attend the annual Palmer School of Chiropractic Lyceum. Dr. Lindquist will return home this week end and Mrs. Lindquist and son will remain in Pittsburg, Kans., for a visit with relatives. Albert Fairfieid, who attends Southern Methodist University, arrived Monday to spend several weeks here visiting his grandmother, Mrs. W. I. Denton. Mrs. E. E. Whitner of Memphis is the guest of her son, F. W. Whitner, and Mrs. Whitner. • Miss Alice Marie Ross returned yesterday from Petit _Jean State Park where she attended a Delta Kappa Gamma workshop. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Province and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henley returned last night from an eight-day vacation through Colorado, Wyoming. South Dakota and Nebraska. Johnny Johnson is a patient in Walls Hospital. He is in Room 314. Mrs. Robert Thompson, who underwent major surgery at Chickasawba oKspital, is now at her home at Yarbro. Her condition is reported to be improved. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe has returned from Petit Jean State Park and Russellville. At Petit Jean, she was a delegate to the Arkansas Christian Women's Fellowship Retreat and in Russellville she was the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. F. Cooley, and family and joined her mother, Mrs. M. T. Moon, and her son, Jerry, who had been the guests of Mrs. Cooley for several days. Mrs. Oliver Richardson and daughters are spending today in Memphis. Miss Phillips Complimented With Party Miss Jean LaNelle Phillips, bride- elect of Billy Sharon Davidson of Manila, was complimented with a shower in the recreational hall of the First Methodist Church in Manila. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Harvey Durham, Mrs. A. W. Smith, Mrs. Georgia Davis, Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn and Mrs. Jack Wagner. The table from which refreshments were served was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a we'dding cake topped with a miniature bride groom. Yellow and white mums encircled the base of the cake. Crystal candelabra holding yellow tapers flanked the cake. Those assisting at the table were Mrs. Barbara Taylor and Mrs. Jack Wagner. Others assisting during the evening were Mrs. Dean Fierce and Mrs. Trigger Wall. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Georgia Davis. Miss Phillips wore for the occasion a brown printed dress and was presented a yellow Fugii mum corsage. Those assisting were presented with white carnation corsages. A special guest of the group was Mrs. Lillian Thurman Moore, grandmother of the bride-elect. Potluck Supper Given for HD Club Families The Yarbro Home Demonstration Club entertained their- husbands and families last night with a potlucK supper at the Club House, Mrs. Paul Abbott was hostess. The tables where the guests were seated were overlaid with white linen cloths and centered with arrangements of mixed summer flowers. Following supper, a brief business session was held with Mrs. G. T. Gracy presiding. The remainder of the evening was spent informally. By MRS. M. H. ISAACS of Trinity Baptist Church meets With Mrs. Howard Caldwell. Members of the Kibitzer Club meet with Mrs. Johnny White. Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains members of the La Nueve Club. Friday Mrs. Dick Shanks entertains members of the Venredi Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Hotel at 1 p.m. ALL SUMMER STOCK In Order To Make Room For New Merchandise, am offering all Summer Stock at.... PRICE! • Blouses • Bags • Belts • T-Shirts • Cotton Gowns • Slips & Half Slips f) Also Shoform Bros Thurt., Fri. & Sat.— All Salts Cash aV Final The ACCESSORY SHOP Hotel Noble Building Future Homemakers chapter mothers are Mrs. Georgia Davis. Mrs. Elaine Edwards, Mrs. Walter Roach and Mrs. Crockett Wright. Chapter members plan to attend the Mid-South fair in Memphis in September. Mrs. Lucille Cummings is attending the home economics teachers' convention at the University of Arkansas. Sgt. Robert Meacham returned home last week from Korea and is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meacham, and his wife. Mrs. Mora -Koennecker returned to her home in Denver Saturday after being nurse for her sister, Mrs. Claura Hornberger, for the past month. Manila Methodists plan to attend camp at Wayland Springs Friday night and Saturday. The Rev. Emmett Smith of Paragould is in charge of preaching services at the Manila Church of Christ revival this week. A Training Union study course is being held at the Manila Baptist Church this week. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times WED., & THURS. ! Double Feature JOHN WAYNE ...Theyc&tted him _nondoL - 3 DIMENSION «* WARNERCOLOR »«<.Tto.rWARNER BROS.«"oi'"«»iicn* GERALDINEPAGE —TH WARD BONO • MICHAEL PATE • JAMES *R*ESS ., • JOHNFARROW -», WARNER BROS -AND— Plus Cartoon Cited Rooster" Country Club Bridge League Conducts Game The Country Club Bridge League played a six-table Howell Movement last night. Winners in the games were Mrs. Eleanor Gerrald and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, first with 81 points; Mrs. 0. W .McCutchen and Mrs. E. B. Gee, second with 80 points and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, third with 79 points. Immanuel Baptist WMS Has Meeting The Women's Missionary Society of the Immanuel Baptist Church met with Mrs. Dan Needham Monday with nine members and one new member present. Mrs. Claude Duncan opened the; meeting with prayer and was in! charge of the program. Mrs. Need- j ham dismissed the group with] prayer. Befreshments were served by the i hostess. MarionCook Circle Meets Members of the Marion Cook Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church met with Mrs. 'Howard CaldweU last night with 10 members and one visitor present. Mrs. Max Koonce opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Miss Bernice Overman. Mrs. Koonce taught the mission study and the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Merl Lowe. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Sudbury PTA Executive Board Has Meeting Here The Executive Board of the Sudbury Parent Teachers Association met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Harold Sudbury with 15 members present. Mrs. Sudbury presided over the business session when plans for the coming school year were made. The first regular meeting will be held at the school September 15.. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. NN Bridge Club Conducts Meeting Mrs. James Vest entertained members of the NN Bridge Club at her home last night. Arrangements of summer flow-, ers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. In the bridge games played during the evening, winners were Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr., high; Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., second high and Miss Betty Ann Harber, bridgo. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a dessert course. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harvey Gillahan and baby, city. . Mrs. Joe Siebert and baby, city. 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