The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1943 · Page 2
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PACK WO Another Party Given For Miss Nellie Johns -Miss Irene, Crowder entertained With, a bullet supper last nl£ht at her home honoring Miss Nellie Johns whose marriage tc Tech. Egret. Roy Rayfiil' Brantley Jr., o[ Sfwdcrsvllie, Oa., and Blytheville Aiiny-Air'Field, will .take place Friday 'afternoon at First Presby I crimi. Church. , . The Ml. present, ; who Included close * friends ,i of the bride-elect, were.'served from a. lace covered table,'Which had for Its 'cenler- ptece a crystal bowl of pink roses. A miniature bridal couple flunked (lie flowers .with lighted tapers completing the bridal theme. While' daisies decorated the small tables where guests were seated for the two course supper and mixed Summer flowers were used throughout. the entertaining rooms.' . ;> A miscellaneous shower was given for the giicst of honor with the hostess and her mother, Mrs. T. J. Crowder, presenting Miss Johns with crystal in her pattern. The evening was spent in Informal entertainment. Out-of-town guests for the affair included the maid of honor, Miss Mamie Kahalley, and her sister, Miss Mnrgurele Kahalley of Bay Mlnette,-Ala., Sergeant Brantley's two sisters, Miss Knthcrlne BranUey of Satidersville. G«., nnd Miss Elizabeth Brantley of Macon, T.; and' Mrs. Louis George of Os''" ' Webbing Gown quB-28 Plans Dance «•: For'Thursday Night '•^ '* / -•' - , •Club 28, a group of married couple^'who meet monthly for dances a£; Ihe Woman's Club, will have such "an affair tomorrow night. '•This dance, to begin at 9 o'clock, will-be in charge of a committee of Jvg.ahd Mrs J J Plckren, Mr. nurf Mrs,. Bernard Gooch and Mr. ant-Mrs. James Terry. ~- *. *. • Pat ty Compliments -" Mrs. B. J. Allen Jr. *" * *•-% ** . ** -Mrs i J • R Turner- of Roseland entertained <lastrnight ; :with & mls- cenflf)eous'~shower, At the home of Mrs J3 R Dickinson, complimenting thy former Miss Nelle Dickinson whose marriage to B. J. Allen Jr., occurred in " May. Summer flowers were used ; throughout Ihe entertaining rooms of the Dickinson home on Highway 01 South, where the 29 guests played bridge and rook. "In- ItieSbrtdgej; games,-, high,score prize was.awarded'- to~:Mrs. Robert Grimes, with second high to Mrs. V. O. Miller. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison was awarded the high score prize in. rook. . At the close of the games the hostess served home mode ice cream and cake after which the guests went to (he dining room where the table, covered with a lace cloth and centered with a crystal bow) of PIcardy gladioli, held gifts of silver, china, crystal and lingerie for the guest of honor. • • • DOUBLE G CI.TJB MEETS WITH MRS. S. BOONE. Mrs. Sanford Boone entertained the Double G Club last night at her home when she also had Miss Mildred Lou Huhbard as guest. Summer flowers were used throughout the rooms wiiere the guests played .bridge with high score prize awarded to Mrs. T. p. Wright and second high to Miss Hubbard. At the close of the games the hostess served ice cream and cake '•••:•»* MUS. BROWN HOSTESS TO 400 BRIDGE CLUB. Mrs. Frank Brown was hostess to the 400 Club yesterday afternoon with all members present. Summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms where bridge was played during the afternoon. High' score prize was awarded to Mrs. Joe Yates with second high going to Mrs Jerry Hearn. The hostess served a salad plate and Iced drinks at the close of the games. • * • G.N.B. CI.jUB HAS PARTY AT HOME OF MRS. HARRIS. The G.N.B. Club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Alvis Harris when Mrs. Claude Lee and Mrs John Nolen were guests. Bunco was played during the afternoon with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Le c; bunco to •Mrs. Nolen and low to Mrs. Alvis Harris. The hostess served a salad plate and iced drinks. ' novel among late slimmer prints Is thk <ni,w Wrs. -Martha Jane Poison .s Wed To George B. Doty LUXORA.'Ark., June 30.— A wedding of Interest was solemnized Wednesday morning, ,- June 30, at 1:30 o'clock «t the home of Mrs. R. T. .Ballew, when Mrs. - Mnrtlin Jnne Palsoti, clmtlilcr of Mrs. Ora B. Hill, and the late G. W. Hill, lioneci residents of Luxom, became Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS O.B.C Club meeting with Mrs Francis Jackson. Supper party given by Mr. and Mr l' J^ U ^ G * OTge and Mlss Mamie Kahalley, honoring Miss Nellie Johns, for members of bridal party and out-of-town guests, at the George home in Osceola '' th Mrs McChre To Report Joe McClure, who nas been attending Hendrix College, conway \? S , ^^ hU cal1 ror 'he Nav V-l Coll*gt Tr«lning Program anu will report July l to Louisiana Polytechnic Inslitute at Ruston La He is the son of Mr. *nd Mrs Joe McClure of Blytheville ant w « SS****** from-^lhe Ely the \Mt tUth School i In: 1942 iher ,M,mui ui honor student.' Mr. Me - Pf* **• ^f «»»iori^ lit ch«m krt^nglnwlng *t Hendrix Col Kg*. , bride of George IJ. Doty >sccoln. of The vows were taken before an tftjzed -nfein , Ihe .living , room, lu luUackgrb.u'ud of. trailing l v y nd shnsta daisies, with' tnll floor , askcts with yellow Plcnrdy glacl- completing the scene. The single ring ceremony was •ad by the Rev. Everett c. Paton, pastor of the Methodist church i .the presence of the Immediate lembers of Ihe bride's family, lembers of (he Luxora school fac- Hy, and the personnel of the Oseola posloiTicc. The brlrtc, wearing an original loclel of Navy summer sheer, with "hite vest trim of pique, with lace idling, navy blue hat and acces- orics, wore a. corsage of gardenias nd stcphonotis, was attended by er sister, Mrs. L. K. Collier of lemuhls, as matron of honor Mrs oilier wore navy blue net' with' hitc accessories, and a corsage pink and white cnrimti. The. bride Is n graduate of Ar- •nisas State College, Joncsboro, nd has been a member of the uxova High School faculty for ic pnst seven years. Mr. Doty, attended by Harden J ostick of Osccola as best man as educated at American Acad- ny, Carnegie Hall, New York 1 V, and prior to his connection ith the personnel of the Osccola ost Office was connected with the acramento, Calif., post O (rj ce for 2 years. Immediately following the ccro- icny, the wedding party and guests lotorcd to Osccola for a reccp- on in their honor by (he bride's unt Mrs. p. M. Bond of Luxora neW ' Il0 '" e f ~ all<f Mrs - a miniature bride and bridegroom The cake rested on a mirrored placquc encircled with white tube roses nnd white carnations, Hanked on each side with vnses of white carnations. After a short wedding trip. Mr. null Mis. Doty will be «(, home at the Cnrlwrlght apartments, Osccola. 180,000 in Alr-Rnid Service SALEM, Ore. (U.P.)— In the two years since the estnblishment-of liic Office of Civilian Defense In Oregon, OCD and the Oregon slate defense. council, lmv<j enrolled 186,000 volunteers us nlr-rnid wardens nnd observers. ...... Bits of News Mostly Personal Sarah and Marguerite Child are vlslllng in Memphis for a week as guests of their aunt, Mrs. Dewey Antruuus, and family. Their mother, Mrs, Fred Child, and daughter, Rosemary, look them there Mon- day. Miss Mary Mazeppa King of Cleveland. Miss,, arrived last night 10 spend a week, with her aunt, Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls, and family. Mrs.- M. A. Lang Is Improving after having been til several dayi; because of a back ailment. Miss Mamie Kahalley and Miss Mnrgnrctc Knhalley of Bay Mln- etlc, Alu., Miss Kalherlne Brantley of Sandorsvlllc, On,, and Miss Elizabeth Brantley of Macon, Ga.. have arrived for the wedding 'of Miss Nellie Johns to Tech. Sergt. Roy Rayful lirantley Jr., of Sand- crsvlllc, Ga., which will take place Friday afternoon. J. II. I'cck is seriously ill at his home on the 'Clear Lake Road. Mrs. Raymond Pnncctt of Greenville, Miss., is visiting relatives here. Mrs. R. L. Dickinson and son of Osccola were overnight guests of the E. n. Dickinsons. Second Lieut. Eugene Hood returned to his station at Maxton, N. C., yesterday 'after a lew hours here with his family. Lieutenant Hood has been here twice In the Inst few weeks, stopping off on cross-country flights. Mrs, A. G. Hull and Mrs. Ben Hall will leave Tuesday for R>rl Sill, Okla., where they • will visit with Private Hall who is stationed there In the Field Artillery School Mrs. A. G. Hull, his mother, will return soon but his wife will remain there indefinitely. Mrs. Allen Walton went to Memphis yesterday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Berry Brooks aiid family who returned by plane Monday from Mexico City where Ihey were vacationing. Mrs. E. M. Terry will go to Fort Sill, Okla., Tuesday, where she will visit her son, Pvt. E. M. Terry, who is stationed there in the 'Field Artillery School. >'-' The Rev. S. B. Wilted and 'f am-'' lly returned Tuesday from May-field, Ky., where they attended the funeral of his father, J. w. Wll- The male Is the weaker sex in .spider land. RHEUMATIC PAIR IMJI MI l»n ;t«r Bir-«.i »fnr It I,. • Don't put off getting C-2223 to ret lieve palnjonmuscular rheumatism, nml other rheumatic pains. Caution! Use only as directed. First bottle purchase price back if not satisfied COc and $1.00. Today, buy C-22Z3' Fair 'Warmer'*! Picked .as "the girl who could best brighten up an igloo" by yanks stationed in the Aleutians, starlet Mary Elliott returns the honor by posing for a pic- lure that should worm up the bleakest of barracks. BOOK C'MJB HONORS MKMUER The Luxora Book Club honored Mrs, Martha Poison, a bride-elect member, with a kitchen shower Tuesday evening at an al fresco parly al the home of Mrs. Hilton Sttphcnson, president, on Highway The program for the club meeting was a review by Mrs. Stephenson giving the highlight on the careers of Generalissimo and Madame Chiang Kai-shek. * » • TWO TAKI.K KlifDGE CLUB Mrs. Lcm T. Stanford was hostess lo Ihe Wednesday afternoon two table bridge club this week. High score prizes went to Mrs. Allen Sf- Braves nml cut to Mrs. Thomas Dale Wllklns. • * * ENTERTAINS IN HONOR OK SISTER Mrs. Jay A. Kochentlerfci- entertained at an alternoon bridge party Friday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. R, D.- Ebsrdt, of Memphis, who with Mr. Eberdt are visiting, for 10 days Mrs. Eberdt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires. Out Jf-.lown guests were Mrs. William Ellas, of Osccola, nnd Mrs. Hays Qowaii, of Memphis. High score ford, last week. . Miss Mary Blanche Greenwell and Jim Reynolds of Haytl, Mo, were dinner guesl.s last night at the home of her brother, Paul Greenwell and family. Miss Greenwell has jiist completed her training In the WAVES at Cedar Rapids, la.,' and is rated a yeoman third class. She will leave soon for Seattle, Wash., where she will be stationed. ' A South American flcece-benr- Ing nnliiml, born of n llama father and an alpaca mother, is known as a huarizo. To shave the average face, the average barber- makes about 250 strokes with his razor The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the midem, scientific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in'lor details. MARGARET'S ".'. BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. Flrsl Phone 2532 : O--V. r Kendricks, carried out n <llver ^'M w , e i uiin e £Cll cmc in die le, laid with an imported cloth smg as a centerpiece a threc- d wedding cake, topped with Boy From Greece a^. -— [FASHIONS tor the 4th! Fun on the Fourth of July outing and right on through Summer dressed for the part in wir "backyard fashions with front porch charm"! Dandy slacks and slack suits, grand for hi-.jinks with a hoe; smart cotton frocks that scoop up sunshine; and play suits that double as dresses. I'lus caravans of skirts and blouses. So fresh and lubaMc you'll want tlieni all. Come see them—you'll note that the prices are right up your alley, loo! /:W^> jf .\ t&B^-tVi WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1043 bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. Elizabeth Sillman, cut to Mrs. Charlie Thomas, and a guest prize was presented lo Mrs. Eberdt. Mrs. John Tlnventt was a tea guest. l.VXQRA MTU CI.UIS MEETS Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson were hosls to the members of'the Luxora night bridge club at their home Tuesday evening. Mrs Russell Ilmvon nnd Hoy Ware wen high score club prizes. At The Hospitab Blythcvllle Hospital Admitted— Wilson Moore, Manila. Mis. Norman Kranlz, clly. Rene Armstrong, Armoiel. Dismissed— George Pollock, city. Mrs. c. L. Hopper and baby, city Walts Hospital Admitted— Wanda Elhridge, Manila. Mrs. Han-ell 1'nrkcr, cily. Mrs. Qi-over Polk, city. Carl Campbell, Horncrsvllle, Mo. Mrs. E. D. Mahan, Rt. 2, city. • Bobby Utley, Holland, Mo. Virginia Wheeler, city. Dismissed— Mrs. W. A-. XVillls nnd baby, cliy. Mrs. R. Z. Boone, sieele, Mo Jvlrs. o. M. Cannes, city. 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