The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 29, 1950
Page 4
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"PAGE FOUR< BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1950 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Drop-In Is Given For Kentuckian A drop-in at the Blytlievillc Country Club Tuesday night was given by Miss Peggy Fleeman of Manila in compliment to her houseguest, Miss Carol Wishmyer, of Fort Thomas, Ky. Approximately 35 guests called between 9 and 11 (o greet Hie honorce ; Miss Flccinan, Miss Wishmyer and her escorl, Jimmy Henry, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Flecman, parents of the hostess, received the gucsls as they arrived. J The entertaining and reception roams of th club were done in all white floral designs. A low bowl from which arose white asters centered the refreshment table. Assort e'd party foods nnd iced drinks were served throughout the evening. \ An orchid chambray frock was Worn by Miss Wishmyer. She pinned a single gardenia at her shoulder. \' Guests who called were from Manila and Blytheville. Thirty-Six.Attend Shower At Dick Roberts Home . Thirty-six guests gathered Tuesday night at the Dick Roberts home to shower Mrs. Buddy Layton with layette fiifts. ? The affair was held on the lawn of the Roberts home. The evening f wns spent in party games and contests after which the miscellaneous articles were presented. :' The long table on which the gifts were arranged was centered with a low bowl of hydrangea. Mrs. John y/agnon, mother of the guest of honor, received the gifts for her daughter, who was unable to attend. i During the evening, party foods and iced drinks were served by the hostess. . Going Away Party: Given for Hollis' - Sixty friends and relatives of Mr. »nd Mrs. J. J. Hollis and daughter, Nancy, gathered last night at Walker Park for a picnic supper and going away party. Mr. and Mrs/ Hollls and daughter will leave Monday for Hickman, Ky., to make their home. .Following supper the evening was •pent Informally. .-Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Via of Steelc, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Via and children nnd the Misses Mary Smith and Shrielly Whitner, all of Holland. Decorations for Party '"._ Suggest 4tri of July .">• ^ • Decorations in keeping with tile *pproaching Fourth or July, were used throughout the Jack Henry home' last evening for the monthly meeting of the Young Married Couples. Tile ,club, which meets each month for a social activity, -was honored with a canasta party last evening. ' Varl-hued balloons and figures suggestive of the chosen theme, were placed around the room In which the guests were seated at small tables for the canasta games. | Following the games, Mrs. Henry - served a sandwich plate and coffee ; Couples attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Greeuwcll, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eubanks, Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Berry Allen. Guglielmo Marcont got the Inspiration that resulted in his development of wireless telegraphy while on a vacation in the Italian Alps in the summer of 1894. r.islcn to KI.CN al 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Daily for our pro- Emm announcements. Ho\ Office Opens al 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Thursday & Friday SAMUEL GOI.OWYN,. DAXUVllREft'S-SLiSAN' ILWARD "MY FOOLISH HEART' Paramount News & Selected Short Subjects Cont. Showing Kvcry Day GEM Thursday & Friday MARRIED—Captain and Mrs. Louie Neil Rodgers were married In formal church ceremony June 23 in Carthage. Mo. Mrs. Rodgers is the fromcr Miss Carolyn Stickncy Dale, of Carthage. Capt. Rodgers Is (lie son of Air. and Mrs. M. H. Rodgers of Luxora. Fallowing a wedding trip, Capt. Rodgers and his bride will be at home In Carthage where Capt Rodgers Is professor of military science and tactics at the Carthage high school. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Hoyles Mrs. Asa Porter and children returned Friday from Brinklcy where they have spent the past two weeks with her parents Mr. svnd Mrs. J. J. Fryer. Mrs. J. E. Grain and daughters Marianne and Nancy have returned from a vacation in Silver Springs and Fort Waldron, Fin. They made the trip via private plane. A. E. Clark of Wilson was the pilot. Jimmy Hartrich, Charles Peeper and Frank Wilson attended the horse show In paragould. Monday night. Condition of Mrs. Charles Beall, who underwent a major operation early last week at the Memphis Baplst Hospital, is seported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Denton and children Sally and Kitty arc vacationing hi ' Hot Springs.' ' Mr-^and Mrs. Elstn'er Ben|l' and sons. Tommy and John are home after 'spending the past two weeks In Mobile, Ala. Mrs. Nancy Enoch and children are home after a visit with relatives in Memphis. ,. Mrs. Bernice Hale, Mrs. J. D. Rnnkin. Mrs. N. D. Ellis Jr., and Mrs. Albert Grccnwell were among those from Wilson who were in Memphis last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson III and children Michcal and Iteve left Thursday for their ranch n Colorado. Mr. Wilson will return ome in two weeks but Mrs. • \vll- on and children plan to stay for he summer. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Porter and hildren spent the week end with Si'lcctcrl Shorl Subjects lib mother, Mrs. Lola Porter and aunt Mrs. M. H. Westbrooke in Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Vincent and daughters Patricia and Mrs. Mary Virginia Furman and family of Norfork, Va., were the guests of Mrs. Eva Kerlln, Wednesday. The Vincents were residents of Wilson a number of years, before moving to Noriork. Miss Annie Raye Rowland was hostess "when the Wilson Bridge Club met Thursday night In the Merrell Room at the Tavern. In games, Mrs. J. V. Robertson won high and Miss Lillian Wilson second high. Low score wnet to Mrs. Wallace Thompson and Mrs. J. J. Bussey received the bingo prize. One guest, Miss Dorothy Dean, attended. John Ellis son of Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Ellis has rethrncd to the University for Tenn., Knoxvillc, where he is attending shmmer school. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lcftwlch and children, Lois Jean and Gail, have rethrned home from a two weeks vacation In the Great Smukic Mount-ants in North Carolina and Tennessee. Billy Charles Buylcs returned home, Wednesday from Hot Sprin6££_ : -where he attended the American Red Cross National Aquatic Scfiool at ARC Isle, on Lake Hamilton. Mrs. Buford Boyles and son Buford Jr.. and Miss Wanda Johnson motored to Hot Springs to accompany him home. Howard Woddyard was the weekend guest of his brother Jack Woodyard and Mrs. Wouclyard in Helena. Bits of News Miss Peggy Flccmnn and her houseguest. Miss Carol Wishmyer, of Port Thomas, Ky., left Wednesday for Greenwood, Miss., to attend the wedding of a former classmate at Stephen's College, Miss Peggy Bow. Miss now will be married Saturday jiight. Miss Fleeman and Miss Wishmyer'attended a luncheon in Miss Bow's honor Wednesday. Mrsi Harold Wood returned Tiies- dcy night from Pace, Miss., where she spent several days. She was accompanied home by her aunt, Mrs. R. C. Malone, who will spend several days here with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wheat. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maloney and Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Canada were In Memphis Monday for the funeral of VV. E. Harris. Mr. Maloney and Mr. and Mrs. Cpnrula returned home Monday night, Mrs. Maloney remained for several days with her sister, Mrs. Harris. Miss Louise Sullivan is visiting In Atlanta, Ga., as guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cravens. Mrs. K. E. Barnelt and son, Edgar, Jr., of Baton Rouge, La., arrived today to visit as guests of Mrs. Barnett's sister, Mrs. F, L. Husbands, and Dr. Husbands. Mrs. Barnett and son will visit In Blytheville and Osceola with relatives. Mrs. S. S. Patterson spent yesterday in Memphis as guest of her daughter, Miss Vivian Patterson, who Ls a student at Southwestern. Miss Patterson will arrive home Saturday to spend July 4 weekend with her mother. Mrs. E- J. Brown, Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. C. A. Hovey are spending today in"Memphis. Alan Berry will arrive home Saturday from Ole Miss, where he is attending the summer session, to spend the holiday weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, and brother, Jerry. Annclla Humphreys is visiting In Houston, Tex., as guest of her cousin, Mrs. Charles L. Buck. While there she will also spend a week at Camp Agnt-s Arnold at 'which another cousin,.Miss Ann Crook, formerly of Blytheville, is director. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts and family will spend the weekend In Little Rock as guests of Mrs. Roberts' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Bujarskl. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Van Hobser and family have as their housc- gucst.1. Mr. Van Hopser's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Van Hooscr, ol Memphis. Mr. and Mrs; Bill Newman and family, of Memphis and Will Newman of Ripley. Tcnn., were the overnight guests of Mr. .Newman's sister and daughter, Mrs. Alvin Hardy and. Mr. Hardy,.;.., ». Miss Oletta Frecma'iV\'wllY' leave tomorrow- fear Birmingham, Ala., to visit as guest of relatives. Major nnd Mrs. Walter Dunlap ana son of Camp Hood. Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wilson and son and Mr. ami Mrs. Eiwood Mooney of Purcell, Okla.. have returned to their homes after several days visit w-tli Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Baker and family. Lowell Richard Myers, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Myers, of Bly- Ihfville. has reported to a naval base at San Diego. Calif., to begin bnbic training. Mr. Myers enlisted in the Navy June 6. _ Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Webb will return home this' weekend from Chicago where they spent two weeks with relatives and.friends. Mrs. Monroe Btirron and daughter, Sandra, spent several days In Memphis with Sandra's grandmothers, Mrs, W. E. Ayers and Mrs. M. M. Barron. Mrs. Billy dairies. Mrs. W. M. Jontz and Mrs. Kus.sell Gafnes are spending today In Memphis. The group was accompanied by Mrs. John Branlley. who left by. train for her home In New Orleans. Mrs. Brantlcy had been visiting Blytheville friends for several days. Mrs. W. A. Jacobs and children, Mike nnd Ellen Ray, of Oak Park, III., are the hoiiscBiiests of Mrs. Jacobs' sister. Mrs. SV. F. McDantol, Mr. McDuniel and family. Mona Joy Gaines will arrive home tonight from Warm Springs, On., where she has spent three weeks visiting friends. Mrs. Shirley Mills and two children have returned from Mayfield, Ky., where they spent two weeks' with Mrs. Mills mother, Mrs, Roy C Evans. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash left today lor Ifopkinsville and Lexington, Ky., where they will spend ten days! Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pafford returned Monday night from Ruston, La. Kiiere they spent several days with their daughter, Mrs. Richard Prichard, Mr. Prirhard and family. WANT ADS TO KNT SELL BUV £TC. WO- POSTAGE! 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Bahn, with an Ice cream supper. , , Mrs. Charles Me Waters, Jr., was a guest and presented the devotional, "The Importance of the Mr. nnd Mrs. Prichard recently moved from Blytheville to Huston to make their home. Jackie Houston has Leen return ed to his hcme from , Memphis Methodist Hospital where he underwent an emergency appendectomy Thursday. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Molly Chlldress, City. Terry Wayne Owens, Air Base G. H. Armstrong, Slcele. Walls Hospital Mrs.'.Voruon Gee nnd baby, lit. 4. Christian Home." Prayers were led during the evening by Mrs. Pat Chitmon and Mrs, C. L. Evans. - Following the supjier the evening was spent informally. Mrs. R. K. Downing, Manila, Mrs. John Moss and baby, Osce* ola. Mrs. Joan Butler and baby, Reeves Mrs. Howard Graham, Steele. ' Mrs. Ruby Dent and baby, Steele. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best l'rice«/4 Kirhy Drug Stores DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? 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