The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News llnrv Snriptv Rfiitnr f Phone 3-4461 Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Neel, Sr., entertained with open house at their country home on Highway 84 at Hayti, Sunday afternoon in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. The entertaining rooms were decorated throughout with cut flowers. The refreshment table was covered with a floor length cloth of gold overlaid with white organdy and tied with large bows of bronze- gold satin ribbon. A four tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom centered the table. Tall white candles glowed in gold lace and ribbon candle holders on either side of the cake. The refreshment table was presided over by the granddaughters of the couple, Misses Jowanda and Imogene Sheiton and June Neel. Mrs. A. L. Neel, Jr., daughter-in- law, also assisted and Mrs. Glenn N. Sheiton, grand daughter-in-law, was in charge of the guest book. For the occasion, Mrs. Neel wore a floor length' gown of antique iridescent silk taffeta. d Out-of-town guests were from Dyersburg, Jackson and Rutherford, Tenn., Maiden, Mo., Pollard and Blytheville, Ark. and Memphis, Tenn. Also present for the occasion were the couple's three daughters, Miss Lottie Neel of Omaha, Nebr., Mrs W. W. Austin of Blytheville, Ark,, and Mrs. Guy Sheiton, of Deering Mo. Also their son, A. L. Neel, Jr. of Deering, Mo. A daughter, Mrs W. R. Adams, and Mr. Adams of Belle Glade, Ha., were unable to CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY— Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Neel, Sr., of Hayti, Mo., parents of Mrs. W. W. Austin of Blytheville, celebrated their golden anniversary • at their home in Hayti. Mr. Neel owns extensive farming interests in Pemiscot County, Mo. and in Clay County, Ark. JOINER NEWS By EDNA BROWN Mr. and Mrs. I. A.' Sims, Sr., have had two of their grandsons as house guests for the past week, Mike Sims of Marie and Danny Rutherford of Lake Coromant, Miss. Mrs. Buddy Stanrod accompanied her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hunt, back to Texas Saturday, They had spent a week here •visiting relatives. • Mrs. Stella Wiles, Miss Helen Wiles, mother and sister of Mrs. Leanord Kaffka of Joiner, another sister, Mrs. Paul Smith and twin daughters, Karen and Kathy, and another daughter, Paula, all of Jonesboro, were dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Leonard Kaffka Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Benton, entertained the school board and their families at their home on Thursday night with a fish fry. This was served buffet style to the 19 guests. The WSCS of the Joiner Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Ed Crutcher Sept. 7. s A faculty meeting was held at the Shawnee school house Friday night and another on Saturday morning. Mrs. C. C. Speck has just returned from a weeks visit with her son, Dukie Speck, and family at Holly Grove. Mr. Speck is the new school superintendent at Holly Grove. The Fortnightly Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Archibald Catchings, Jr., of aBssett on Thursday. Mrs. Ed Bell, Jr., won high, Mrs. Ed Bell, Sr., low, and Mrs. Don Flecher. bridgo. Francis Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barnes of Joiner, is leaving on Wednesday for his third term at Annapolis Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. Jefferson W. Speck is attending- the American Legion Convention,! being held in Washington, D. C. ' The Rev. James McNutt, pastor j of Bassett Presbyterian Church has: returned from a month's vacation and travels through the western! and eastern states and parts of; Canada. : Mrs. Campbell Brown and Mr. > and Mrs. Eugene Hughen drove to; Pangburn on Sunday to visit their | sister, Mrs. Arnold Shearer and : family. | The Standard Oil Co. has started! Tri-Town Bridge Club Meets at Country Club Members of the Tri Town Bridge Club met at the Country Club yesterday afternoon. Mrs. James Terry was hostess. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, winners were Mrs. Cecil Branson of New Orleans, a guest of the group, high; Mrs. Newton Whitis, second high; and Mrs. Worth Holder, bridgo. Preceding the bridge games, the hostess served a dessert course and iced drinks were served during the games. Marion Cook Circle Meets at Church The Marion Cook Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church met at the church last night. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Bill Cook followed by a business session in which the circle was divided. There were 13 members and two visitors present. At the conclusion of the meeting, refreshments, were served. Stork Shower Compliments Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., was honored with a stork shower at the home of Mrs. Fred Boyett, Jr., last night. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. Leonard White, Mrs. Vera Richardson and Mrs. Clarence Johnson. Mrs. Thompson was presented a novelty corsage from her hostess and other gifts were presented to her in a bassinett. Mrs. Boyett was assisted in serving by Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr. Bridge League Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: James B. Lloyd, city Janette Green, Rt. 1, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. P. Tucker, city James Hickman. city Mrs. J. D. Sweat, city W. C. Lawler. city Kathy Dodson, city Mrs. K. L. Dodson, city Mrs. Jett Brown, city Donna Brown, city Miss Elise Moore, city J. T. Halcom, city Mrs. E. D. Mahan, city Mrs. Louis E. Abbott, city Mrs. Irene White, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Cleo Cossey and baby, Hornersville construction on a service station in Joiner, on the site of the old Lee building, that burned recently. Members of the Country Club Bridge League played a six-table Howell Movement last night. Winners in the games were Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, first with 76 points. There was a tie for second place, between Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Frank Nelson. Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Bernard Gooch, who had 74 points. Coming Events THURSDAY La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. N. G. Jerome. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Members of the Chillion Club meet with Mrs. Sally Freeman. Mrs. Harry A. Haines entertains members of the Kibitzer Club. FRIDAY Mrs. Clyde Patton entertains the Vendredi Club at the Razorback. Mrs. Thomas Dorris entertains members of the LHE Club at her home at 8 p.m. SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman, Mr and Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mr and Mrs. Harry A. Haines are enter taining the University Club at p. m. at Hotel Noble. Duplicate Bridge League meets a Hotel Noble at 1 p.m. 1 Cones 5c & lOc Dispensed Directly From Our Own Machines or in Pints & Quarts KREAM KASTLE Drive In Sally McCutchen accepts a bottle of "Most Precious" perfume from little Suzic Williams at the Gift Shop on Main. Mrs. Earl S. Koontz owner, entered the photograph in a Par- fums Evyan window contest and won three $10.00 bottles of Evyan's leading perfumes— "White Shoulders." "Most Precious," and "Golden Shadows." Bits of News p. er6ona Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Fowler and family of St. Louis are the guests of Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum and Mrs. Charley Lutes are in Glenallen, Mo.. where they are visiting relatives. Miss Shirley King left for Harrison, Ark., Monday where she will operate a dance studio. Miss King was motored to Harrison by her father, Fletcher King, Mrs. Don Rogers and Mrs. John Sparks. Condition of Jimmy Tyrone, who suffered a broken leg in junior high football practice Monday is reported to be satisfactory. He is in Room 205 in Walls Hospital. Leon Privett, who is attending Arkansas State College, was the week end guest of his mother, Mrs. Berlin Privett. He is on the football' team at Arkansas State this year. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and sons, Jerry and James Cecil, n, who is a junior in the Washington University School of Medicine, and Miss Margaret Keim of Belleview, 111., spent the week end at Rio Vista at Hardy, Ark., and returned home yesterday. John Edward Roberts of Covington, Term., arrived in Blytheville yesterday to make his home and will work here. Mrs. R. B. Myers and daughters, Misses Mary and Suzanne, of Little', Rock will arrive Friday to be'the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Part- .ow. They are coming especially for the wedding of Graham Partlow and Miss Delia Shippen Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Koonce and family, Mr. and- Mrs. Donald Koonce and family and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Koonce and family of Detroit, Mich., are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Koonce. Condition of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koonce. former Blytheville residents who were injured in an accident Sunday afternoon near Grider is reported to be satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Koonce are patients in .he Baptist Hospital in Memphis. VIr. Koonce is in Room, 703 and VTrs. Koonce is in Room/* 702. Granville Cooley, who attends Northwestern University in Evans-. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cobb will celebrate their 60th anniversary tomorrow at the home of their daughter, Mrs. R. T. Smallwood, and Mr. Smallwood in the Clear Lake Community. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb have lived in Mississippi County for the past 21 years, where Mr. Cobb has been engaged in farming. Mr. Cobb is a native of Calhoun County, Miss., and Mrs. Cobb is a native of Lafayette County, Miss. Mrs. Smallwood is entertaining with a dinner in their honor tomorrow night. (Courier News Photo) NN Bridge Club Conducts Meeting Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr., entertained members of the NN Bridge Club at her home last night. In the bridge games played, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Cooley, for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Green returned last night from Memphis. They went especially to attend the wedding of Miss Boyce Wollard of West Memphis to Charles Morgas of Stuttgart. Bill Rutlege. of Shreveport, La., has been the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Eula Rutlege. Mr. Rutlege is the son of the late Ray- winners were Mrs. Tommy Westbrook, high, Misses Betty Nell Holland, second high, and Ramona Crafton, bridge. Arrangements of summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms by the hostess. At the conclusion of the games, a dessert course was served. Miss Wilburn Complimented With Party Misses Patti Wright and Arden Cuadra pertained with a come-as- you-are party Monday compliment- ins Miss Mary Gail Wilburn of Jonesboro, houseguest of Peggy Taylor. There were 11 guests present at the Cuadra home where refreshments were served and games were played. Miss Taylor won the prize for being the most appropriately dressed ren. At the conclusion of the gamei, refreshments of punch and cake were served. The birthday cake was decorated with circus characters. Tarty Given For Morgan Rainwater Morgan Rainwater, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, was honored on his fifth birthday yesterday with a party at the Country Club. Games were played during the afternoon and prizes were awarded from a grab bag. Favors of hats and whistles were presented the child- ton. 111., is the guest of his parents, mond Rutlege of Blytheville. DO YOU KNOW —What is the first name and middle initial of Mr. Gill manager of the furniture department of MONTGOMERY WARD located on Main Street? . . . who are the clerks? The more folks with, whom you "get acquainted"—the more enjoyment of life will be yours. In business and in social contacts "knowing: the persons BY THEIR NAMES" is most important. "LET'S GET ACQUAINTED" ... will feature PEOPLE, those friends of yours at our places of business who serve your dailj needs I ! ! 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