The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 20, 1950
Page 6
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/AGE MX BLITHEVTLLZ '(ABXJT COUROG& KEWB THURSDAY, JULT », UW JtM Ihelton, Society n, Society Editor . W phon * 4461 Pastel Party Given For Bride-Elect A p«t«l party was given Tue»<Uy ntght «t the Alfred Kemper horn* on Hardin in compliment to bride-elect, Mra. Jeny Farmer. Mrs. Firmer will be wed In late July io [*on T. Taylor ol Camden. Hostesses to the guests, who were fellow employees of the honoree at the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., were Mrs. Walter Anders, tvjlss Juanlt» Sample »nd Mrs. Kemper. Bowl* Wled with tiger lilies, gladioli, «nd rinnlas shaded from pink to salmon, decorated the entertaining rooms where the guests •were seated for the bridal games. Prizes In the contests were award- td the honoree, Mrs. J. D. Davis and MR. Carl Judd. Miscellaneous gifts for her future home were presented Mrs. Farmer. The bride-eJect R-as dressed in a light blue beniberg print frock, worn with white accessories. A gift corsage of white gladioli was pinned at her shoulder. Refreshments in pastel hues, further ju?gestive of the theme, were jerved from the refreshment table, which was centered with a low bowl filled with lavender and while flock, white hydranea intermingled with plmt verbinia. Mrs. D. C. Freeman, mother of the honoree was a special guest. Mrs. freeman was presented corsage ol pink roses from the hostesses. , • • • Laura Louise Pope Plans August Marriage OSCEOTjA, July 20—Mr. and Mrs. Milton Edward Pope announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Laura Louise Pope, to Freddie Byron Bannister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bannister also of Osceola. August 17 Is the date selected for the exchange or nuptial vows at the First Presbyterian Church at 4 p.m. The Rev. i,. R. Still. Jr.. wllj officiate. The bride elect haj chosen her twin sister, Miss Catherine Cathey Pope M maid of honor. Thomas Bannister will serve his brother as best man. MlM Pop* was graduated (rom Osceol* schools and attended utn- denwood College, SI. Charles, Mo. far the past year she hns been connected with the production and Marketing Administration of Os- oeolA, Mr. Bannister was also graduated from Owcola schools and.attended 4*ie University of Arkansas, •W«Tille. He is a veteran of service •with the Navy during World War DRESS AND CAPE By Sue Burnett Delightfully cool and comfortable is this sleeveless frock cut ^on slim princess lines. For cover-up,Vctrl the dashing button-on cape, and mix or match your fabrics for accent. Pattern No. 8550 is a se\v-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14 16, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size M. dress, 3Ti yards of 39-inch; cape, yards. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 1 Ready for you now—the new Fall and Winter Issue of FASHION. 48 pages of smart new styles, spccia Interesting features, free pattern printed Inside. Send 25 cents today for your copy. Awiotincement Party Fetes Miss Wood OSCEOLA, July 20.—Mrs. Elliot S«rtiin was hostess at her home last night to twelve dessert bridge guests when she entertained with an announcement party feting Miss Nancy Carroll Wood, bride-elect of William noyd Fletcher. Mix Wood, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. 3. Wood, and her parents, formerly made their home In Blytheville. August 9th Is the day selected by the bride-elect Jor her marriage. Pink and green were the selected colors for the affair, with table covers and appointments used being in complement to the theme. Small tables were arranged around the home with crystal burivases, each holding a single pink rosebud, top Ing each table. Completing the decorations were pastel tmed garden flowers set about the home. High score in the bridge game was won by Mrs. S. M. Hod?es, with second high and guest prize being presented the honoree. Mrs. Wilbur Wild? won bridgo. The guest oJ honor and her mother were each presented corsages of pale pink carnations from their hostess. These were pinned at the shoulder line of their summer frocks. Leonard Oldham Home Selling (or Drop-In Tuesday afternoon 35 guest called from 4 to 6 o'clock at thi Leonard Oidham home to gree Mra. J. R. Litzelfelner of Tuscon Ariz., houscguest ot Mrs. S. P. Mar tin and family, and Mrs. Henr G. Davis of Newport, houseguest o ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S Branson and Mrs. Davis' mother Mrs. H. S. Davis. The Davis' lef today tor Los Angeles, Calif,, t make their home. The attractive entertaining room and reception room were decorate with bowls of shaded marigold asters and zinnias, interspersed.j feathery fern. "; ^ Party foods in pastel hues and Iced drinks were served the guests. Mrs. Oldham was assisted in serving by Mrs. C. B. Wood.Jr.. of Osceola and Blytheville and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Bits of News Mrs. Lucille Bennett of Wuhinc- on, D. C., and Sherman Harder of •Cfnderhook, N. Y., have returned to heir homes alter visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mra. Ben W iarpole. Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fletcher o! Joiner were overnight guests of Urs. Fletcher's sister, Mrs. R. Dedman and family. Mr. and Mrs. I. R Coleman and hildren are vacationing in Kansas 3ity, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Brlgham ind daughter, Lee of Columbus, Miss., have returned to their home after visiting with Mrs. Brieham'i nother, Mrs. W. E. C. Leggett and arnily. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Login and on, and Mrs Logan's mother, Mrs \. L. Skiebottom, have returnee rom a two weeks vacation in the Adirondack mountains with Mrs Logan's sister and Mrs. Sidebot- :om's daughter, Mrs. Charles M -little and family at the Ultle summer home. Ryal! Tune, son of Mr. and Mrs .. E. Time, is undergoing treatrneni •it Campbell's Clinic in Memphis Mrs. Tune Is in Memphis with her son. Mr. and Mrs. K. Miller and son Mike and Airs. 'Miller's mother, al of Niagra Palls, N. Y., returned tc their home Tuesday after visiting with Mrs. W. C. Leggett and (amilj Mrs. C. E. Graves was removed to her home on Ash Street today from Blytheville Hospital where she recently underwent surgery. Condition of Loy Welch, who suf- ered a broken ankle some tltm ago In an accident, Is reported a. satisfactory. Mr. Welch will con inue to wear a cast for six weeks J. P. Friend and son, R. A., are n Memphis where Air. friend wil undergo surgery at the Baptist Hospital tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Davis o Newport, formerly of Blytheville eft today for las Angeles, Calif where they will make their home Mr. and Mrs. Davis have been visiting here as guests of Mrs. Divts parents, Mr. and Mrs. u. S. Branson and Mr. Davis' mother. Mrs. Davis Mrs. T. F. Moore of Ripley. Ter.n is visiting her brother J. W. Stall incs and family. Mrs. T. F. Moore of Ripley. Tenn Is visiting her brother, J. W. Stal lings and family. Mr. and Mr*. Bill Brocte hav returned from Garden City., Kan where they had spent several mon ths. Annclla Humphrey has as her j guests this week Miss Cornelia Parker of Dyersburg. Tenn., and W. C. Waynes, Jr., of Tlptonville. Tenn. Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. James B. Clark have returned from St. Louis and Alton, 111., where they visited for sometime. Mr. and Mrs, Lee McMurtry have returned from a ten day visit with their daughter, Mrs. Shirley B. Dillon and family at Davton, O., .and Mrs. R. B. Hoots of" charles- pon, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. fife- 'jMurtry of Caruthersvillc motoretl Mr. and Mrs. McMurtry and Mrs. Dillon and children to Charleston where they were joined by Mr. Dll- ( Ion for the trip to Dayton. Mrs. I Dillon and children had been vlsit- —Courier New* PhoU RENEWING 91,0 ACQUAINTANCES—Members of the SunnysUte Heine Demonstration Club of May- 'leld, Ky.j who chose for their yearly outing a day's visit with * former member, Mrs. Henry Young and Mr. Young, are shown yesterday at the Young home. Shown discussing dub plans are seated left to right, Mr. Young, Mrs. C. W. Melvin. club president. Mrs. C. I. Nail, rlce-pr«sldeiit, and Mrs. Young, standing ieft to right are Mrs. Gabe Martin, secretary and treasurer and Mis. George Dxmnmg, program director. Coming Events Social Calendar ThumU? Mrs. Jerry Fanner will be guett of honor at • brldil shower at the J. K. England home at • p.m. Mrs Edgar Cain »nd Mo. Earl stover are hostesses. Pathfinders Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church meets &l Walker Parlt tfc 7 p.m for picnic. O. and N. Blrthd»y club meets at the home oj Mn. Marvin Lane at, 7 p.m. Thursday Rook m«t* with Mrs George Saliba, Jr. Friday Mrs. Cecil priest hostess to Lucky Rook Club. Mrs. Iverson Morris »nd Mrs. Au- Home Demonstration club. Mn. L»odennl« Ftowlcr entertaining CBC Club. Mrs. J.J. Cookiton and Mr. mnd Mis. GUI rb«dt tctcttaiclac put Mttroru and Patnyu Club tnd. Eastern Star* with pottuck supper it the Shrine Club at 7:34 pjn. Ladlef Blbl* CJuc ol th* Pint Methodist church meet* it t p.m. at the home of Mn. Ed Hardin. Miss SaUy Kubler and Mr>. J. G. Sudbury, co-ho*tcue*. At The Hospitals Up, BlytberlUe R<»»IU1 Dismissed: Mn. C. E. Drives, city Floyd Conitant, Caruthersvill* Walk HMpUil Dismissed: hiey Bruce entertaining Plat Lake Jame* R. German, Steete 'amily to Blytheville Tuesday night 'rom Plymouth where they had been visiting. Mrs. C. L. Bennett Is In St. Louis with her sister, Mrs. J. Waldman. who Is ill In a St. Louis hospital Mrs. Watoman was to be returned :o her home today. Mrs. Bennett will return to Blytheville in a week or ten days. Mrs. Agnes Dye and children of Kansas city. Mo., are Ihe house- ;uests o£ Mrs. Dye's parents, Mr and Mrs. I,. L. Anderson. Mrs. clair Miller spent yesterday In Pine Bluff, where she visited with her brother, Elbert Berry. Mrs. Berry and Infant daughter. Janan. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson and her sister, Mrs. W. R. Hovater, of Bhia. Ala., have returned from St. Louis where they went especially to attend the St. Louis Open Air Theatre production, "Lady In The Dark." London Traffic Is Bad LONDON (AP)—Saturday ls the week's worst day for traffic accidents In Greater London. Friday Ls worst for pedestrians and Monday for cvcltsts. This is brought oul Intangibles Cause Strikes j Filipinos Seek Publicity VANCOUVER— (ft- Higher w«ses and shorter hours are not the real grounds for labor disputes, Dr. J. O. Hewson believes. He told the Engineering Institute of Canada here that the basic needs of workers are Inl.ingibie. "They get mad first, and then find something to strike about." Dr. He\vson, an industrial psychologist with a firm of management engineers, lists six basic needs for a man to be happy In his job that never comes up labor bargaining. These are affection, a sense of belonging and recognition, independence, social self-respect and variety with occasional excitement. M A N I L A (AP) — Influential American and Filipino businessmen have teamed up to tell the world that things are not as ixvd in the Philippines a.s some people claim. They are alarmed by the bad publicity this young republic has been getting abroad, particularly in the United States. So they have formed the Philippine Association, to seek better business conditions here and to hire a ranking public relations organization in the United States to tell the "other side" of the Philippine story. FLOORS REFINISHED Phone us today, 44<J9, for a free estimate or free advice on your old floors. You'll be pleased with our expert workmanship and courteous service. We install cabinet tops; asphah tile; rubber tile and linoleum. "Anything for f/ie Home" DEVO PAINTS KEMP WHISENHUNT & CO* PHONE 4469 In a report of Sir Harold Scott, police commissioner, on the 28,276 ao- ; cidents that happened last year on (he streets and roads of the 134- j square-mile metropolitan police Qis- I trict, j Five hundred sixty five people • were killed—38 more than the year ' before—and 32,319 hurt. The dog, ' often said to be man's best friend, was held wholly or partly to blame for 474 of the casualties. Mrs- Robert Lowe of Manila was Murt ^ re " vlh »""• and Mrs ' Mc an out of town guest. Mrs. Langston \Vins High At Bridge Club Meeting Mrs. Charles Lansston won high score, Mrs. R. C. Alten, second high and Mrs. Jcsice M. White. bridgo, yesterday at the weekly meeting of Club Eight. Mrs. otto Scrape was hostess to the club and t'*o guesU. Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mrs. Sam Owens. Following the afternoon of bridge Mrs. Scrape served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Sawyers returned yesterday afternoon from St. Louis where they had spent three days. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still and children have as their houscguests Mr. and Mrs. A. V- Edens of Plymouth, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Edens accompanied Mr. ind Mri. StilJ un Attention Ladies! We Are Now Offering* Specials on Ai! Permanents. Beginning Now and Through August. ^ Heat Waves Cold Waves and up up CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP 311 N. Second SI. Phone 2592 THE NEW YORK STORE'S SUMMER CLEARANCE CONTINUES WITH THIS Listen to RLCN at 10:10 a.m. *od t:M p.m. Dally tor our program announcements. 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