The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1953 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVII.I.E (ARK.) COUKTER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1988 Societu /\tew4> p»t Mullim, Society Editor Phone 4461 Recent Bride Is Complimented With Tea-Shower at Hotel Noble Mrs. Tom Walls, the former Miss Je«n Shelton, who was recently married, was compllmenteu yester- d»y with a tea-shower given at the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. More than 60 guests attended the »Jf»ir, which was given by Mrs. F. L. Husband and Mrs. W. H. Stovall. Mrs. Walls received guests in an afternoon dress of melon red, touched with white, featuring a fitted bodice and low neckline. She »-as given a corsage of white carnations tied with matching red satin. Her mother, Mrs. B. G. Shelton, and Mr. Wails' mother, Mrs. J. M. Walls, with her and the hostesses formed the receiving line. Blue Dutch Iris formed the corsages of the mothers and the hostesses. Mrs. Rupert Crafton, who was given a corsage of blue Dutch iris and Mrs. Harold Sudbury, whose corsage was of Talisman roses, presided at the tea table. Others assisting in entertaini"G •were Mrs. Wade Quinn of Osoeola and Mrs. 0. W. Mullins, who received shoulder arrangements of Iris, »nd Mrs, Bill Stovall, Jr.. who wore Talisman roses. White net, appliqued with white lace over white taffeta, formed the bouffant skirt of the cloth overlaying the tea table. A crystal bowl held the center arrangement of white stock, Interspersed with pink miniature mums and daisies. Crystal candelabra holding pink tapers were placed on Immediate sides of the centerpiece, while the ends held crystal punch bowls and crystal trays of party foods. Individual cakes were Iced in white and decorated \vith sugared roses In pink. A white floor basket stood on each side of the tea table, and held a fan shaped arrangement 01' spire: and blue Dutch Iris, with ph'l wygelta sprays Interspersing the de sign. Pastel blossoms, interspersed with the same pink wygelia sprays adorned each of the windows ano crystal bowls held pastel colored bouquets throughout the room. The gift 'table was also oveilald in white net, lace and taffeta cloth which wns- gathered at each end and caught with large pink tatln bows. Centering the table wns a crystal bowl filled with yellow rose buds and blue cornflowers with narcissi. Rnlph Nichols presented a program of piano music throughout the afternoon. Annual Musical Tea Is Given Yesterday marked the annual Woman's Club Musical Tea, held at th club, when Mrs. Worth Holder .was leader of the program, consisting of six musical numbers. . Mrs. C. A.' Tant, president, called the meeting to order, and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty was asked to give the opening prayer. Mrs. Holder Introduced the participants on the .program. Worth Holder sang, "Night and Day," and "Because You're Mine," accompanied by Miss Frances Slay Mrs. Mosley Is Hostess to Club Members of the Vendredi Bridge Club were entertained in the home of Mrs. A. S. Harrison, when Mrs. Russell Motley was hostess lost night. Quest of the club was Miss Nancy Holland. They were entertained In the den where a rustic theme was carried out In decorations, with the center of attraction a miniature westren town. Winners in the bridge games were Mis. Max Walters, high; Mrs. Clyde Patton, second high; and Mrs. Calvin Hill, brldgo. . Deisert was served following the games. La Finesse Club Is Entertained Mrs Grady Magee was hostess »t the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay to members of the La Finesse Club yesterday afternoon. Those guests were Mrs Randall Hawks. Mrs. Bill Rnder nnd Mrs. Floyd Seay who were entertained with the club. In the afternoon bridge prizes went to Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and Mrs. Everett Peterson. Party foods were served by the hostess during the afternoon. Spring flowers adorned tables In the living room, where guests play- ton, at the piano, after which Mrs. Harry Bradley, accompanied at the piano by Miss Emily Damon presented two violin solos including "The Old Refrain," and a Spanish dance. Final numbers on the program were "Memory Lane," and "When Day Is Done," which were sung by a group of seven women. They were Mrs. Russell C. Fair, Mrs. Holder, Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Miss Billie Jane Rodgers, Mrs. Virginia Abbott, and Misses Betty Ann and Patricia Mullins. Green and white provided the color scheme for the tea table, at which Mrs. Paul Pryor presided. The forrest green organdy cloth, with ruffles extending to the Iloor was topped with a large silver bowl, which held white Dutch Iris, interspersed with narctesl. Flanking the centerpiece were two triple branched sliver canclleholders. Silver compotes and trays held an assortment of party foods, and a silver tea service was used. Other arrangement of red roses, Dutch iris, and mixed spring blossoms were seen on the tables, and on the piano throughout the room. Forming the receiving line were Mrs. Phillips Robinson, Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. Dillahunty. Other hostesses included Mrs Holder, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. Pryor. Mrs. Dale Brings, Mrs. C. M. Smart, Mrs. Dawlton Fowlston, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. Mrs. J. C. Walters, and Mrs. Kelton Francis. An out-of-town guest nt the meeting was Miss Camilla Singleton from the music department of Stephen's College in Columbia, Mo. Mrs. Lee Stiles. Mrs. H. U Harp and Mrs. B. A. Bugg returned fiom a two-day trip during which they attended the flower show In Marked Tree and the Home Show in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Guard have as their guest Mrs. Earl Brannan of Harrlsburg. III, who spending several days. Their Bue last nicht were Mrs. Guard's niece, Mrs. Kenneth Trigs and Mr. wgg of El Dorado. Ill, who are en route to New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Osc-nr Galley of Dayton, O, are. visiting this week end In Steele, Mo., with Mr. Bailey's father, Waller Bailey. Mrs. James Roy and son. Jimmy are in Lonoke. where they are visiting relatives. Miss Camilla Singleton of Columbia, Mo, who Is associated with the music department of Stephen's College, Is here conducting piano" auditions for several days at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, and Mrs. Harman Taylor and daughter, Jelou. were in Dyersburg, Tenn.. Thursday where they were guests of Mrs. C. C. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalls have Just returned from a week's vacation in Miami, Fla. Mrs. T. I. Seay, Mrs. Earl Brownlee of Dell, and Mrs. Forrest Moore were in Memphis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn Jr.. will leave next week for a vacation In Chapel Hill, N. C, Washington, D. C., and New York City. E. A. Craig left for his home In New Orleans today, after spending several days here with relatives. Miss Elolse Yates of Memphis will arrive today to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George O. Yates, and brother, Mike Yates, and Mrs. Yntes. Mrs. Frank Perkins and daughter. Sharon, Kay. left yesterday for Pontlac. Mich., to make their home and join their husband and father, whpre he is employed. Mrs. Bascotn Green and daughter, Miss India Green, nnd Mrs. India Sanders will arrive today from Memphis to visit Mrs. B. F. Gay and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. "Carrlsan over the week end. Lt. P. D. Foster, Jr.. arrived home from Korea to be with his mother. Mrs. P. D. Foster, and family. ed. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Bob Treece. City. Vernon Hicks, city. Shirley Qann, City. Avtls Brewer. Jr., Manila. Mrs. Alfred Blair and baby, Hose- land- Walls Hospital Dismissed: Miss Colllce Grover, City. Dale Wayne Waters. City. It's Cheaper to Eat Out! SUNDAY SPECIAL APPETIZERS Chicken Noodle Soup . . . Tomato Juice Chilled CHOICE OF TWO Baked Chicken ... old fashioned dressing, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce. Roast Sirloin of Beef . . . brown gravy- Breaded Pork Steak . . . cream sauce CHOICE OF TWO Baked Macaroni and Cheese Buttered June Peas Whipped Mashed Potatoes Mixed Fruit Salad Banana Cream Pudding CHOICE CHICKEN— (2 pieces) breasts — drumsticks — thighs (?1 special) For an evening out have dinner at the Razorback Drive-In, then take the family to a movie. RAZORBACK So. Hiihwpy 61 DRIVE-IN Blyth.yillt Surprise Birthday Party Given Here Mrs. Erby Ledbetter was complimented with a surprise birthday party lust night r.t the home of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Burns, when 20 guests attended. Guests spent the evening Informally and after the honoree displayed her Rifts, party foods and iced drinks were served. Coming Events Sunday Pcmlscot County Singing Convention Is to hold Its monthly singing at Gobler. Mnnday Members of the First Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union will meet in Circles as follows: Circle One with Mrs. Max Logan, Cir- Two with Mrs. Ben Abbott, WILSON NEWS Bj MRS. B. F. BOVLES Bridge CIul) Meet Tulips in various shades formed a colorful centerpiece for the din- Ing table and mixed bouquet* of tulips, snapdragons and tulips were Circle Three with Mrs. Walter Bis-1 were placed !n the living room at hip Circle Four with Mrs. Rlley! the hope of Mrs. Jerry Cullom, Adams. Circle Five with Mrs. Tom ! Tuesday evening, when she enter- Jackson. Circle Six with Mrs. Hays Sullivan, and Circle Seven with Ivlrs. Uilly McNeese, at 2:30 p. m. Members of Circle One of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church meet with Mrs. H. H. Burnett. Circle Two members meet tallied the Tuesday Night Bridge Club. Mrs. Garland Trammel won first place In the bridge game wl^ second going to Mrs. J. J. Bussey and brldgo to Miss Annie Kae Rowland. Mrs. Wallace Thompson received with Mr*. David McPeake at 2:30; the traveling prize. p m. Faith Group of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Crristian Church meet with Mrs. J. C. 15111s with Mrs. L. L. Ward as program j leader. Hope Group meets with Mrs. H. Fiteslmmons as program leader. Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Christian Church meet at the Church at 7.30 p. m Number Nine Home Demonstration Club has monthly meeting. Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church meet with Mrs. Maxine Hill at 7:15 p. ,m. Tuesday Mrs. Russell Rials Is hostess to members of the Octave Club. La Petite Club members meet with Mrs F. E. Utley. TImkfl Bunco Club plays at the home of Mrs. Alvis Harris. Mrs Don Kerboush is hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Trl-Town Club is to entertained at the home of Mrs. James Terry. Tuesday Club members nlay at the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club. New Liberty Baptist Women's Missionary Union Meets. Yarbro Home Demostration Club has semi monthly meeting. Wednesday High Two Bridge Club is to be entertained by Mrs. Bernard Jag- iers. Mrs. Harold Nunn Is hostess to members of the CIB. Mrs. Jesse M. White Is hostess to members of Club Elejht. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger is to entertain members of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. W. J Pollard is hostess to members of l.'.e Wednesday Club. Thursday Mrs. T. H. Caraway is to entertain members of the OEO Club. Thursday Contract, Club meets with Mrs. a O. CaudiU. TLE Club is to meet with Mrs. W. J. Cupples Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Ben Mac White Is hostess to members of the La Nueve Club. Kibitzer Clubs meets with Mrs. j J M. Williams, Jr. ] Mrs Russell Phillips is to enter-1 lain members nf Ihe Thursday Club, j Mrs C. A Cunninrhnm is to be! hostess to members of the Mid- Week Club . A dessert course was served by the hostess at the card tables following the games. Finesse Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen entertained with dessert bridge Tuesday evening at their home for members of the Finesse Bridge Club. Winners in the evening's games were Mrs. Elstner D. Beall and.Mr. Bowen. Narclssls and other spring flow ers were used by Mrs. Bowen throughout the entertaining rooms. A dessert course was served by the hostess following the games. Mrs. Ellis Hostess Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Jr.. entertained with a dessert bridge Wednesday afternoon at her home at Nodena for members of the Wednesday Club and three guests. Mrs. F. S. Reese, Mrs. Joe Cullom. Jr., and Mrs. Owens Sadler. Snowballs and roses were used by the hostess throughout the born-.. Winners of the afternoon's games were Mrs.' H. A. Nicholson, tlrst. and Mrs. Joe Cullom. Jr., second. Give Dance Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen of Wilson were among those present at a dance in the Mirror Room at Hotel, Noble In Blytheville last Friday evening when Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castillio, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ellison, Miss Margaret Moffitt and Bill Meadows, all of Luxora, were host and hostesses. Bridge Club Meets in Home Guests of Mrs. C. L. McWaters yesterday when she entertained for members of the Friday Contract Club were Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mrs. J. G. Trieschnrmnn and Mrs. Charles Langston. Spring flowers were vised in profusion in the entertaining rooms. Party foods were served during the afternoon when guests played bridge. Mrs. Taylor won first pLice, with second going to Mrs. McWaters and bridgo to Mrs. Welch. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license from the office of the county clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Ely!he Parker: Ben Henry Downing and Carolyn Ann Brlew, both of Blythevilie i Attention, Farmers! riiin ning to ferliH/e before planting? Have your ammonia applied with modern John Blu equipment. CALL 3837 G. Wheeler Cusom Fertilising Co. formerly Smith & Brogdon for one week only,. . a FREE DfBARRY Make-Up Lesson with a DuBarry Beauty Expert direct from Richard Hiulnut Fifth Avenue Salon! When you treat yourself to a free DuBarry Make-Up Lesson, you'll learn new loveliness, new fashions and techniques in make-up! Miss Esther Williams, wc ll-known Reality Expert direct from New York's Richard Hudnul Beauty Salon will tench you professional bcauly secrets, quick glamour Iricks ... nil easy, all fun ! Remember: she'll he here one week only ... so call immediately for your private appointment! And—shell have a beauty-gift for you when you come in! Week of April 27th Kirby Drug Stores A Neat Summer Cooler 8941 36.52 By Sue Burnett This good-looking sundress In wide range of sizes is so cool to wear on temperature-soaring days. Practical, too, for vacation wear when you pair it with the collared jacket. Pattern No. 8841 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. 48, 50. 52. Size 38. dress, 3',z yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast; bolero, 2'A yards; a .l yar" contrast. 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