The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1943 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 19-13 BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS raw. Will Be Married Tomorrow Morning • Party "Given Por Elizabeth Phillips A briihch parly '"wis given yesterday mbrnlivg by Mrs. Harry Ktv- by mid Mrs. R. L, Slockcll for Miss Elizabeth Phillips In another pt a taits of affairs planned prior ;o her mnrriase to'Second .Lieut, iiobert Oliver iMitllips ' of Butler, i'enn.. which will lake place SiU- nrday night. The iilliilr wns nt the Klrby home where many flowers hud been arranged to form » colorful setting. ' :; In the dhiiiif! room; 'the Venetian cloth on the table was centered with H ;cryslal bowl of jilnk cnriinllons, • larkspur fnirivfeverfinv and Miss Phillips' place was'mark- ctt with.a.islft of Summer cosluuw jewelry. ' .'.•'• •.• " j Included in the eight guests wrre Miss Nelda Miijin'c of Meridian Miss., houscgiiest of' the brid.i- elect; Miss Juiln, Wado,Hochtlt of Columbus. Miss., ho'uscHUesI ui Miss ;Nancy Anne • Hughes, am Miss Nancy Little of- Memphis, who Ls visiting Mr. nnd Mi's. Tom A. S. TOIIV I.ON(j HAS A,I).C. CI.UK. Mrs, Toby Long was hostess to the A. O. (J. Club ye.slerdny utter nocn al her home when .she had (is a Biiest, Miss Mildred 1,011 llubbard. The entertaining rooms where bridge wns played were decorate< with mixed Summer llmvcrs. Unit score prize wns iiwardei to Mrs. William Oolnn with sceoiu high lo Mrs. Sanford. Shelloii. '1 he hostess served n • (lesser course and 'Iced drinks al the con- elusion of (he gnmes. * • HAS CONTIIACT CI.IIH AND TtiiiKr-: (iiiiis'i's. Mrs. V. C). Holland was hosli'S lo the Wednesday Contract Clnl yesterday afli'rnoon ul nor home with Mrs. W. M. Taylor. Mrs. W, Adams Sr., nnd Mrs. J. Relnmlller us gui'sts. liases and larkspur decorated th rooms where bridge was :;p|n the afternoon, with high core pr|/,o for Ihe guoM.s iiwtinl- d (o Mrs, Taylor and Mrs. A, Cl, lull winning the high pike for I"' Club. Second among HID ulub iiembers was won by Mrs. W. W. •ihaviT. The hostess served u dessert •nurse fur refreshments at Ihe close of the names. iVOMKN WI1.1/ SEW. Women's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Chmvh will meet at (he Air lln.sc omorrow afternoon lo sew for (lie soldiers. All members were asked lo meet with Mrs. Henry Young ul 1 p. m Mrs, 1(. Cl, I'Jdwnrds nnil Mrs. J. '. TomlliiKon of New Orleans, house guests of their irmthcr, Mrs. H. 1'. Crntlun and tumlly. Tin; cnlerliilnliig rooms were :lccoraled Ilirouglioul with hou- liiets of Summer flowers. The dln- ,ng table where the two course lunch was served wns ccnlerod with ii low bowl of roses, baby breiilh nnd larkspur. The afternoon was spent Infor- miilly, since Tomllnson will S1US. r.USIHU, HOSTESS I'D Cl.llll, 3 CUIKSTS. Mrs. Walker linker, Mrs. f. 1, ngler and Mrs. Cecil Wrolen were iesl.s of Mrs. Cl, Cl. Cuudlll yes- ierdiiy afternoon when she enter- luliipd the Town nnd Country Club nt her home. Mixed Summer flowcre were mod Miss Grace IleloiPC Ramcy, daughter of Mr. nnil Mrs. Chaile.s Wil- Iliun Kamcy,' will become the brideiof Ensign Fiske Miles, U.S.N.R., tomorrow morning in a ceremony to be solcumi/cd in Norfolk, Va., where Knsign Miles is slalioned. Hcloise Rainey Will \Vecl ... Naval Officer Tomorrow 1 ^ ? 11M . 1 - S -? 1 ^ .™™»8.«!". Includrd In the Naval officers to Ensign Butler Barksdale of filythc- — •' • I ville. also stationed there. of Miss Grace Ensign (Miles and his bride, after to Ensign. Fiske a brief bridal trip over the wcsk- '1 he marriage Ik'loise Hamcy Miles, U. S. N. n., whose engage- end, will he at home at 201 Seawall incut was recently announced, will Point, Norfolk. be solemnised tomorrow morning | The bride plans to live in Norin Norfolk, \'a., where Ensign folk while Ensign Miles is station- Miles is stationed. ' ' " .Miss Uamey, who was graduated * Monday night .from University oflyear romance which began .when Arkansas, Faystteville, went, im- liss Ramey was a student at Chris- mediately In Norfolk to complete plans for the marriage service. .She was accompanied by her sister, Miss Sue Uamey. The vows will be exchanged at ed there on convoy duty. The marrage climaxed a Ihrce- the Frazier Chapel, Naval Operat- ihu Base, by. Chaplain H. F. Mc- Ciuc.VjWh'o ~i.$in' perform itlie cere?, mpny at 10 r o'clock. "" ''•'••• ' .The chapel will be decorated in garden flowers of vivid "shades to form a colorful setting for the mililary service at which the bridegroom's crew members will serve as a guard of honor. .. •An organ • program will include "The Rosary," which is me official song of the Delta Delta Delta, national social sorority of which the bride is a member; strains of Grieg's "I Love Thee" will be heard during the exchanging of vows; the "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin's "Midsummer's Night' Dream" will herald the wedding party and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" is to be used for the recessional. licause her father- can not be present, the bride will be given in marriage by Lieut, (s.g.) Oscar I'tndlcr of Blythcville .now stationed in Norfolk. Ghe will wear an original model of white imported pique, designed with "n separate jacket and trimmed with inserts of Irish lace. Fashioned for a morning wedding the frock has three-fourths lengtl. sleeves, lace trimmed, and the lace inserts are repeated in the Ilarcd skirt. Her large white pique hat, haf a crown of Irish lace and other accessories will be in while. She will. wear a white orchi< corsage and carry n white prayei bonk. Miss Sue Ramey. who will atteiu her sislcv, will wear a frock ol Heavenly blue French voile, fashioned with a basque waist, trimmed in liny ruffles at the neck and on Ihe short sltevcs, and a fit! skirt, Her costume will be complctcc with a large white inllan hat and .-he will carry a bouquet of gardei flowers. Ensign Corrcgo will attend hi fellow officer as best man. ian College, Columbia, Mo., and he bridegroom was a student at University of Missouri al Columbia. Ihe later transferred to Arkansas Jnivirsity, from where she rc- eived her bachelor of science de- ;ree. in education this week, tftid ie had alm'ostr'coinplctedfihls-'vork "or his master's degree when called nto service. iHe is the son of Mrs. Aubrey Miles of Columbia. * * * MRS. ItORKKT WEEIWIAN HAS O.N.I!. CT.UIJ Mrs. Robert Weedman was hos- ess to the G. N. B. Club Tucsdaj afternoon at her home, when she had as guests. Mrs. C. B. KeUingcr Hid Mrs. ',J. T. Hlckman. Spring flowers were throughout the rooms where bunco was played and prizes awarded lo Mrs Weedman lor bunco, Mrs W. C. Colston low and Mrs. Stella Davis won the high score przie. The hostess served a salad plate and iced drinks. Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Miss Julia Wade Kochtilv.ky and Miss Nancy Hughes cnlerlainini with a supper parly honoring Mis Betty Phillips at the Ku«hes home Fidelis Sunday School class, First Baptist Church, will meet 7 p. in, at Dogwood Ridge Club House. Mrs. H. A. Copeland entertaining the C.R.C. Club The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) KAY, Ilic mjrtrrn, scientific wave. No hfjl—\o machines. Drop in for details. MARGARET'S / KKAUTY SHOP 101 S. Firsl I'honc 253Z For haliy's lender skin ... for baliy's silky hair .. . use purr, mild Swcclllcnn Soap! Such soft, creamy lailicr; such gentle yetthorougli cleansing; such delicate fragr.incc-tlirsc are the qualities tlial make Swcclllcnrt Soap so justly famous for precious babies. SWEETHlAOT TOIlET SOAP TH f SOAP the entertaining room: «lnro llw Rur.sUi played bridge. High score prl/,u wns awnnled U Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger wllh see ond high (o Mrs. linker.• I'lghl refreshments, were served al Ihe conclusion of games. vixiioiis COMI'I,IMKNTI;I> WITH UIX<;HI:ON I>AIITY . Mrs. 11, u, lloiichlnti I'lilcrlnln- ,i'd- wllh a luncheon for eight yes lerday afternoon, compllincnllnt, leave soon to vlsll for un indefinite time wllh her husband's mother, Mrs. W. K. 'I'omllnson of Clrcen- vllle, Texas while her hihlnind Is serving In Ihe Navy, siiowi:if i'Olt MltS, ANtilvl, Mrs. N. J. Humphreys enler- 'ilned with n sluiwer yesterday uf- emoon In honor of' Mrs. W. A. Ansel, wllh Mrs. Normnn Six'ck, lira. .Scott AjU'y nnd Mrs. a.' J). Cetthnjer us eoliostesses, The entertaining rooms of Hie Inniphrey home ivi-rli deeorateil ii variety ot ml\ed Himnner 'llio nfternoon was siient In luyiiiB bunco, with |)il/.es awnrded o Mrs, Cletus Ilcndcri;on for bunco ill's. CUiuilC Brlley for lilKh.score mid Mrs. Jnck Mulheny, low. , After the gifts were opened the :rost<ssscs served » dessci't' course ,o the I'i present. < Mi»s Saliba Will Take Course In Water Safety Miss Alice Saliba has gone to Uockuwiiy Dciich, Mo:, lo take u course- of (mining in water safely and (mictlimal .swimming at the National Aquatic School of Hit American lied Cross. 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