PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWS SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1990 Society ton, Society Editor i Jane Shelton, Society I' 1 "™* 4461 Wilbourns' Celebrate Birthdays With Parly A combined birthday parly was given yesterday afternoon nl the W. L. Wilbourn home In Hoseland for 40 little guests. The guests gathered lor nn afternoon of games In observation of the third birthday of Winifred Wilbourn and the ninth birthday of La Martha Wilbourn. The spacious lawn of (he home was the scene of the afternoon's activities. Group pictures were marte. Favors were presented each guest by the hostesses. 'ice cream and slices o( birthday cake were served from the long table which was laden with gifts for the honorees. Each guest of honor had a birthday cake, complete with candles designating her age. Several out of town guests attended the affair. • * » Tennessee Houseguests Honored at Country Club • Continuing the events honoring three Brownsville, Tenn., guests was the Informal morning party yesterday at the Blytheville Country Club at which Mrs. B. M. Terry, Jr., and Mrs. James Terry were hostesses to 20 members of the teen age set Guests of honor were Joy Jackson, houseguest of Mrs. B. M. Terry, and Suzette Mann and Snrn Hunter houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Adams. The guests spent the morning Informally on the sunporch of the club, which, was decorated with, bowls of summer blossoms and j greenery. • Throughout the morning, assorted, party foods and iced beverages vere served. Out-of-town guests were Carol Wood and Martha Ward of Jonesboro, houseguests ol Ann and Kay Htndrmm. • * • Party at Saliba Home Honors ! Oth Birthday Mrs. Jack Saliba entertained 20 guests yesterday nlternaon-at her home In celebration of the tenth birthday of Amelia Faye Saliba. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saliba. Gladioli and roses were the cho- wn flowers for the decoration of tho home, with vases filled with the selected flowers set around the . rooms. Party pimes *nd contests made up the afternoon's entertainment, .with prizes being presented to 'Carolyn Freeman and Rena George. 'Jr. '^Traditional birthday cake »nd Ice cream were served the guests from the refreshment table which •BUS overlaid with a maderia cloth. Favors were presented each guest after which the honoree opened her gifts from the group. A swimming party .at Walker Park concluded the afternoon's activities. Out of town guests were Ronnie *nd Gilbert Saliba of Los Angeles Calif., and Bill Ellas and Sylvia Elias of Osceola. • • • Chicken Fry at Park Honors Church Class Gene Pierce served as chef las night tor the chicken fry honorlm the Young People's Training Unioi Class or Calvcry Baptist Church. • Six guests, Harry Brooks, Bill Linton, Jane Foster, Dorothy Lc Rolllson and Mr. and Mrs. A. D Priest met with the 18 members a Walker Park for the monthly at fair. The remainder of the evenln was spent in party games. The meeting was adjourned wit prayer by Miss Jean Norman. Mrs. L. C. Rolltson Is class leadc • * • Jimmy Smith Observes Birthday With Party The ninth birthday of Jtmm Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Smith, was celebrated Thursda afternoon with a party at tl home of his parents in Dell fo 20 little friends. The afternoon was spent in party games and contests, with Elizabeth Ann Tidwell and Delores Gillian Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. James M. Snow afid (amity have as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. B. F, McDonald and dauc.hter and son, Robert McDonald all of Helena. Robert McDonald is on furlough from West Point Military Academy, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Coleman and daughter, Joy. left yesterday noon [or New Mexico where they will vacation for a week. Mrs. W. N. Norton and three children ore Ihe houseguests of Mrs Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens. Mrs. Norton, Major Norton and family Have been making their home In El Paso, Tex. Major Norton is now at. Oklahoma City Okla. Mrs. Norton and family wll join him there. W. J. Pollard and Samuel P Norris left yesterday by plane fo DayUma Beach, Pli\., where the, will join Mrs. Pollard and Mrs Norris and daughter, Maureen, who are vacationing there. Miss Christine Berry, of Little Rock, is the houseuucst of her sister. Mrs. C. A. Smith and Inmlly. Mrs. Guy Burks has been returned to her home 1301 Ilearn from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she had underKone treatment. Her condition is reported as improved. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Caldwell re- Baptists Observe : ifth Anniversary Of Brotherhood The fifth gnlversary of the Cal- -ary Baptist Brotherhood was observed last, night at the Calvary naptht Church with a banquet for 175, Bill Oarrett of Del Rio, Tex., and C. C. Coalter of Little Rock were BUest speakers immediately follow- ng the chicken dinner. A brief business session was held following nddrcs-es by the guest speakers. New officers of the bro- thcrhood were Installed. Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce WlUnn liss Nutt Marries ohn Bruce Wilson Miss laverne Nutt, daughter of and Mrs. otiesboro. was Gordon married Nutt. of to -John At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. O. L. Thorpe. Dell. W. D. McMullln. City, LcRoy Owens, Manila. Johnny Owens, Manila, Panlce Brooks, Oscenla. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Irvin Dorris, Rt. 4. Mrs. J. W. Aycocfc, Rt. 2. ruce Wilson, son it Mis. B. B. 'ilson avid the late Mr. Wilson, ot lythcville. In a ceremony perform- d Friday, June 30. in- the First fcthodlst Church ot Joncsboro. The Rev. John MrCormacV nas- or. officiated at the 4 p.m. wed- ng. Mrs. Fred Troutt of Jonesbnro nd Miss Betty Easley. ot BurdcUe, resented a nuptial music program. Irs. Troutt played "Indian I-ovs Call" snd the traditional wedding .arch and recessional. Miss Easley sang, "Always 11 Berm and "Because" D'Hardelot Miss Frankle Lee Jones of Jones- ioro attended the bride as maid of lonor. She was dressed ayon organdie arranged over taf- eta. She wore arnations. a corsage of pink . Given in marriage by L. H. Autry if Burdette. the bride was dressed n a pink rayon street length gown worn poised over taffeta. She car- led a white Bible topped with a ipray of pink and white rose bulls. Ed'wtn Wecdman of Blythevllle served as best man. ^frs. Nutt, mother of the bride, wore grey crepe with black .-.accessories and a corsage^ of white carnations. Mrs. Wilson, the groom's mother, was dressed. In a. navy blue sheer trock wprjiiwllti black accessories. White carnations were pinned at her shoulder. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left on a wedding trip. They will be at home in Delaplain where they tinv^ accepted positions with the Delaplain school. The bride attended Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, where she was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority and participated in campus activities. Mr. Wilson was graduated from Arkansas State College In May. He was affiliated with Sigma Pi fraternity, a member of the football sqnad, Wesley Foundation and the International Relations Club. winning prizes. Gifts were presented Jimmy after which punch, birthday cake and ice cream was served. Group pictures were made throughout the afternoon. turned Thursday night from St. Louis where they had spent, a v,'cek. Mrs. Ralph Patton of Jonesboro is the houseguest of her mother, Mrs. Ed Foster and brother, jack Foster. Mrs. Freddie Langoitti and son, Freddie, left last ntght for their home in Tampa, Fia., after two weeks visit as guest, of Mrs. uin- goItU's sister, Mrs. Fred Proctor and family. Mrs. LaugoitU and son were also the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lloyd In Leach- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 1 C, Bran- nitm left this morning for Fort Sill. Okln., where Mr. Branmnn will train for ten days. Mr. Branmtm Is a Lieutenant Colonel with the Reserve Officers. They will vacation for two weeks on the "Gulf coast before returning home. -\rrs. 8. B. Wilson returned yesterday from Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, where she attended the five weeks session. She wil visit in Little Rock this week. .She will resume her position..with i ne Ixist Cane school July IT • Heard Wylla )s vWUng in Fay cttevllle as guest of Mr and Mr» Malcolm Lawrence and family Tony Birmingham, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, lett this morning for Fort Sill, Okla., fo fifteen days training with the 4tl Armored Division. Mrs. Percy Smith will leave tomorrow for a two weeks visit with relatives In Fort, Worth, Galveston and Waco, Tex. Miss.Julia swink is visiting relatives -lijgMcmphls for a week. She will at.teficl the wedding of a cla;s- mate'Iti Paris, Tenn., before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey nnd family and houseguest, Jackie Belden spent the Fourth of July in Decatur, III., with Mr. Bailey's sister, Mrs, Forest C. Beldren and Beauty E? Bride The smart bride shuns artificial make-up effects. Vaseline brushed on lashes (tap left) gives eyes * Clamorous silky fringe without risking smudrrs. To play up the natural (low of her skin, she uses a transparent lotion as powder foundation (bottom left). At last minute, she fluffs extra powder on nose and chin to keep down shine. for a week. Mrs. Randall Hawks who is spending the summer Camp Rio Vista, and who had beei spending several days here wit! relatives, returned to cainp with them. Mrs. John Foster, and Ira Wai ers were In Pine Bluff yesterday or the funeral of Mr. Walters' irother in law, B. D. Raaon. Mrs. Ragon returned to Blytheville with lirm for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Chcsnutt, and son, Jack, Jr., will arrive Monlay from .their home in Vero Beach, Fin., to visit as guests of Mrs. Ches- mtt's parents, Mt. and Mrs. P. B. Joyner and family, and sister, Mrs. Freeman Jernlgan and' family. Mrs. Thad Nichol and daughters, Jane Annice and Nancy, left yesterday for their home in L'tle Rock after visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and Jane Wilson. Mrs. Nichol and family lor- ncrly made their home in Blythe- i-ille. Lieut. Commander John I.oy Bishop, USN, has arrived at Annapolis, Md., from San Francisco, C^lif. He had been at sea with the stoff of Adm. Thomas Blnford, commander of Cruiser Division I. The Jl- vislon has Just reutrned from the Far Ea:t. Lieut. Commander Bishop joined Mrs. Bishop in Del! for several days visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Tom F. Martni before go- Ing to Annapolis to make their home where he is on the staff of Vice Admiral Harry H. Hill.'superintendent of the U. S. Naval Academy. They are at home at 54 Cornhill St.; In Annapolis. , Mr and, Mrs E^ M Terry Jr thi %acatlon for ten Condition of family. Carol Ann Bailey remained in Decatur with her cousin, Jackie Belden, and family for several weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Magee left this morning for Camp Rio Vhta, Hardy, where they will vacation Gene' Strickland who underwent an emergency appendectomy Wednesday afternoor at Biytheville Hospital, Is reported as satisfactory. Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toomba Fhon* tz» Atflnds NKA Meeting Miss Helen Mac Clarahan is In St. Louis this week attending a National Education Association meeting. Miss Clarahan, & teacher in Um-iersity City School, was one of eight delegates chosen from the 215 faculty members. Guests Honored Mrs. Lena Kiley entertained for her niece, Barbara Ann Helser of Houston, Texas lust Friday morning with a coke party at her home. Fourth Celebrated Mrs. Janie Wilson entertained with a. barbecue at her country home July 4. Twenty guests attended. A family pot-lues dinner was enjoyed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fay Tanner the Fourth. About twenty guests were there. The annual July 4 picnic sponsored by the St. EusUchus Church was well attended this year despite rainy weather. Celebrates Birthday Mrs. Henry Fay Tanner entered recently in honor of her daughter. Dawn, on her fourth birthday birthday at the home of Mrs. R. N Foster. Balloons and suckers were given to the seventeen guests. Out of Towners Honored Mrs. Lena Kiley and Mrs. Pau Hubbard .^utertained last - Friday &ft£rruoon*vth & tea in the noire M Mrs Kiley Honored guests we Mrs. A.'AS Pfeffer' of IVpuston, T« as and Mrs. J. C. Butler of Waller Texas. Mrs. Mayrne Mitchell presided at the punch bowl. Forty-three guests attended. Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs. Jack Robertson host MS V) Lone Oak HD Club. Lake Street WSCS meet* at th» church. First Baptist Church Circles meet — Circle One. Mrs. Leslie Moore; Circle Two. Mrs. B, L. Crouch; Circle Three, Mrs. J. F. Owens; Four, Mrs. R, E. Van Homer; Five, Mrs. W. M. Williams; Circle Six, Mrs. I. L. DeShazo. Tuwdav Mrs. Jerry Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Mrs. Russell H. Farr entertaining Tri-Town Club. Wednesday Ladies Day at Country Club, sponsored by the Ladles Auxiliary of the Club. fused to explain her presence on the White Nile. Local opinion on the case: the man who loved her in 1935 and had been refused her Hand was a wizard, By means of a root he turned himself into a crocodile and made off with her. No 'Crocodile Tears' p rom This Sea Lover KHARTOUM (AP)—The Anglo- Egyptian Sudan Is a land of strange tales. One weird report comes from Blue Nile Province. A crocodile in 1935 .wiled a woman from Afodi Village, In the Fund District. Five i villagers .swore they saw the beast I make of! with the girl. Recently, Ihe same woman reappeared at a village near Aba Island, on the While Nile, several nun- I dred miles away, OHiciai invesiiga- | Uon Indicated there was little doubt 35 to her identity. Under 'questioning she remembered details of her :ife and family in Afodi. She re- PIANO TUNING and Protect Your Furniture With Glass Tops J? CaU for Prompt Service |^ £] Blytheville Glass & Paint Co. 13fi E. Main Phone 6716 Radio Repair Done by Bunded Serviceman Bvery Job Guaranteed Everything in Music Supplies and Repairs VE MAKE RECORDS BR03ECS MUSIC STORE Rent A Car ... Drive It Yourself Fresh Crappi* Chicken Dinner Package Delivery Anywhen Simpson's Cafe STATE LINE Phones 4948 - 937 1107 E Main JULY SPECIA! Recover Your DINING ROOM CHAIRS \Ve Will Furnish LABOR And Your Choice of Beautiful Hard Finished WINE or GREEN SATIN STRIPE 4 Choirs A75 Bottoms Only / 6 Chairs 4 125 Bottoms Only | 4 ONE-DAY SERVICE We CaU For and Deliver The House of Charm fl (Deal's) \;Phon* 619' Banlu tribes cultivate the rich volcanic soil at the base of ML Kili- mnnjEiro in Africa. YOUR FRIENDLY MAGNOLIA DEALE Shirley Hipp Office Phone 4031 Residence Phone 740 Blythevitlc Contacl Us For The UPS I. In Wedding Pictures FAOGHT'S STUDIO New Glcnco* I!W8, Phone 6*11 CHURCH of CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Daily Radio Program -\ • KLCN 12:15 to 12:30 Weekly Sunday 8:30 to 9:00 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sunday 9:50 It F. SHARP Evangelist Mr. C. D. Crouch Will Speak Sunday Where Christ and Christians Meet CHURCH of CHRIST Listen to KLCN »t 10:18 a.m. and 4:04 p.m. Dally for nur program announcements. Box Office Open! at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Saturday U»U> UlLil STARRETT. IURNETTE OUTCAST BLACK MfSA V.TT* TJ, h, hrr, U«*w • Star ij (fc» ttTto* »•*:•< tj wr NUMIM • /•**•.< >, com CUM Serial: "Pony Express" No. II Hnd Selcclcd Shorts Coni. Showing Sal. 12-.30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday BUCCANEER'S GIRL Tvonne I)e Carlo »nd Thllllp Friend PARAMOUNT NEWS le SELECTED SHORTS Continuous Shoving Sunday 1:15 to 11:04 GEM "AIR COOLED" Hox Office Opens fi:15 Show Slsrls 7:00 p.m. The people of Mississippi County will go to the polls July 25th to express their opinions as to who their public officials will be. Their opinions will elect Bill Nicholson their State Senator. A YOUNG MAN WITH THE ABILITY, COURAGE AND LEADERSHIP TO GIVE THEM THE REPRESENTATION THEY DESERVE. Saturday Serial: "Undersea Kingdom" Chapt. 1 £ Cartoon Cent. .Showing Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday & Monday n,us Mexican Hayride with ABBOTT * COSTELLO MTTRO NEWS Continuous Showing Sunday 1:30 to 11:04 BILL NICHOLSON for STATE SENATOR Political advertising for th« candidacy of W. R. Nicholson paid for by Rub« Carson, president of Blyth«vil1« committee.
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