The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1954 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, 1 1954 - Society News - ..A.,., Maiinrv Snc.ifitv Editor * I ' lu MiM Millie Ann Mallory. Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Hill, W. H. Stancil Complimented Miss Maxlne Hill and William H. Btancil Jr were complimented inst night when Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertained with a dessert-bridge at the Razorback. The fall motif was earned out ra the decorations and packages. Miss Hill wore for tire occasion a yellow wool dress with matching Jacket and w»s presented a white daisy mum corsasc and linen by her hostess. Winners in the bridge games were Mr. Stancil, high, and Mrs. P. E. Scott, bridgo. DellWMuTias Study Course On Brazil Dell Women's Missionary met Monday night at the church with 50 members present. A study course, "Brazil," was taught by Mrs. A. E. Caldwell. Mrs. Ed Hardin, Mrs. Doyle Houston and Mrs. Orady Wmtes. The Young Woman's Auxiliary presented a skit "A trip to Rio." Those- In the skit were Lavcrne Rigby, P«uline Ballard, Carmellta Hlnch and Carolyn Jackson. Following a buffet dinner a film. "Advancing in Brazil," was shown the group. Mrs. Crigger Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. C. B. Crigger entertained members of .the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday afternoon and has as her guests Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. L. E Old Chrysanthemums were used to decorate entertaining rooms and pom-poms centered individual tables Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs. Doyle Henderson were winners In bridge games. Mrs. Taylor Winner at Tri-TownClub Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. Kemper Bruton and Mrs. 1. R, Colcman were guest! yesterday when Mrs. Jnmcs Terry entertained the Tri-Town Club. Christmas decorations were used Sn the home and the packages and tallies were In the same theme. Prize winners were Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Russell H. Garr. So New.Pretty For Girls 8195 t-Uyn. By Sue Burnett Here's that wonderfully popular shirt-tail dress tor the young miss of six to fourteen years. Use contrast for an exciting trim. Pattern No. 8195 Is in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size 8, ay; yards of 35-inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllle Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Senc 25 cents now for your copy. The most Lasting gift of ail A Christmas Portrait by CHILD ART STUDIO Blythtvllte, Ark. Phone 3-B666 tudy Course Completed by DellWSCS Circle Nine Has _ottie Moon Mission Program Circle Nine of First Baptist Church niel Momlny nlghl with Mrs. Nell Qrmlnn fni- their Lottie Monn nitssinn pro^ntm. Mrs. Chnrles Penn KKVC tlie dc- vollnnal and thosn InklnM P»rt on .he program were Mrs. C. R. Bel- cmip, Mr.s. Gordon, Mrs. J. M. Wall mid Mrs. J. M. Cleveland. The , group was dismissed by Mrs. Walter Bishop and Ihe hostess served refreshments. ENOAOKI) — Miss Lucille Buck of Manila, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Buck, will become Hie bride o! Marm Harris of Manila, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Harris, In a ceremony to bo performed at the Leachvillo Church of Christ, Dec. 24. Mrs. Stcinsiek Complimented With Shower Mrs. BiU SttiiiMtk was, honored j with u suprlae layette shower last j nlKht when Mrs. Robert Turner and , Mrs. Dan Burijc were hostesses at the liui'BC home. The center of attraction in the entertaining rooms was n cradle ruffled with mint green net and holdlnu a doll. Favors of miniature cradles were presented the guests. Mrs. etelnslek was presented with n white mum corsngs by her sister- in-law, Mrs. Tusker Rodman of wachvllle. She also was winner In the games played. A dessert plate was served at the conclusion of the games. The final chapter of the study course, "God in the CRy." was <:iven Monday night by Mrs. Glen A. Cook and Mrs. Boyee Russell at the meet- ng of the Dell Women's Society of Christian Service. Mrs. Curtis Duncan served as Tganlst for the program and Mrs. E. H. Hull led In prayer. Mrs. R. O. <XI\varcls conducted the business si'.s- slon. Hostesses were Mrs. C. H. Whistle, Sr., and Mrs. C. H. Whistle, Jr.. Guests of the group were Mrs. Gladys Yell, Mrs. Emma Wuhl, Mrs. I'. P. Martin and Mrs. Martha Tilr- :ier. Bits of News er&onal Miss U:ona Curler, who lias been ill for the past several weeks, is EXCHANGE VOWS — Miss Louise Whitney of Manila became the bride of John Wilson Edwards, also of Manila, in a ceremony performed Saturday at the Black Oak Baptist Church. Manila Couple Exchange Vows In Black Oak Baptist Church In a ceremony Saturday evening at the Blackwater Baplist Church Miss'Louise Whitney, daughter of Mrs. R. C. Whitney and the late Mr. Whitney of Manila, became the bride of John Wilson Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bon Voyage Party Given For Mrs. Hines Mrs. G. A. Hlnes, Jr., who will leave Friday for Hawaii to Join her husband, who is stationed there with the armed forces, was complimented Monday with a dessert- bridge by Miss Ramona Crafton. The Hawaiian theme was carried out in decorations. Hawaiian girls and palm trees centered the Individual tables and the scorepads and tallies were also Hawaiian girls. Arrangements of fruits and coconuts were used throughout entertaining rooms. Miss Barbara Monaghan and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, mother of the hbnoree, were winners in bridge games. Miss Crfaton presented Mrs. Hines with a leather paper folder. Tie for.First Place in Game At Country Club Mrs, Russell Fhil'ips, Mrs. F. E. Black, Harry W. Haines and Mrs. H. C. Sims tied lor first place when a six (able Howell movement was conducted last night by Country Club Bridge League. ' Mrs. W. D. Chamolin and Mrs. C. C. Councllle won second place with 53'/ 2 points. reported to he slowly Improving "I j Edwards Sr.. of Manila, her home at Gil! W. Ash. Mr and Mrs. Louis Pinion had ] The double ring ceremony was the hride. Miss Dugger wore pmK ; - ~ performed hy the Rev. Ouy Whit- and Miss Whitney wore blue nylon, ncy of Cooler, brother of the bride.! Judy Whitney served as flower ,..i their weekend 'guc.'iis Mrs. Pin- Ion's sister, Mr.';. Harvey James, and children of Meridian, Miss. Mrs. Ethel Rodman and Mrs. Matty McSJct! .of Balosvillc arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill ! Stelnsick. I Mrs. W. C. HlflKlliMOii returned 'yesterday irum Bonhsun. Tex., j where sbc was culled due to the jdoiith ol her mother. Pvl. nnd Mrs. Boh Blodgcft left this morning for Port, Smith, where he will be stationed. Mrs. N. J. Newby ol Holly! , . Yellow and white chrysmithe- j girl and wore yellow nylon mums and carnations were used over taffeta. Guy Whitney, to decorate the church. White ta- served as ring bearer. pers were used in wrought iron candelabra. Miss Wiincln Whitney, niece Brother Gives Bride The bride, given in marriage by brother, Woodrow Whitney. the lirUlc, n"<l Mrs. Billy Joe Hut-! wore a gown of French imported ton provided music for the occa-; chantilly lace over skinner satin. The tight-fitting bodice with off- Miss Inez Whitney served her sister as maid of honor and wore a gown of Ice blue nylon net over Mr. and Mrs. Smith Celebrate 52nd Wedding Anniversary Here Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary at their home at 604 W. Ash yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have been residents ot this city lor the past 38 years and Mr. Smith is a retired carpenter. Their daughters, Mrs. L. M. Carney and Mrs. Loutz Proctor, gave a dinner in their honor last night. A lace cloth overlaid the dining table and an arrangement of poin- settlas centered the table. Oueste were the Rev. and Mrs. J 0. Dickinson and family, Mr. and fitted cap of seed pearls. Her only ornament was a string of pe.irls, a gift of the groom. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Whitney chose a dress of black urepc. Mrs. Edwards wore a two piece dress of brown crepe. Immediately following the wedding a reception was. held in Manila at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Whitney. brides' table was overlaid with a lace cloth over pink satin The the-shoulder neckline was accent- and centered with an arrangement eel with embroidery of sequins and of white Pugil mums and pom Coming Events Wednesday On account of, interior' decorations on the Woman's Building there will not be a meeting of the Garden Club this week. The meeting will be held December 8 when a Christmas Workshop will be held. Mrs. Herbert Graham and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., entertaining NGW Club at Graham home, 7:30 p. m. Thursday Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs George Hubbard, Jr. Al Trusa Club meets at Hotel Noble Plantation Room, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets Mrs. Ben Mac White has La Nueve Club. Mrs. C. A. Cunnnigham has Midweek Club. Friday Chapter N of PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. Riley Jones for V p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Chester Caldwell is co-hostess. Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr., has Friday Contract Club. Friday Club meets with Mrs. Farris McCalla. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Dick Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bennet, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Miller, Mrs. H. C. Carter, sister of Mr. Smith, Mrs. J. N. Long and the Rev. and Mrs. Van Bibber. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have two grandsons, Gordon Vance Carney, of here and Howard Carney, who is stationed In Japan. YarbroHDClub Makes Plans for Christmas Party T a r b r o Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Lee Stiles yesterday afternoon with 11 members and one guest, Mrs. Blan L. Stiles, present. Mrs. Stiles used a harvest centerpiece as the eye-opener followed by group singing and the answering of roll call with plans for Christmas gifst. • A poem was given by Mrs. B. A. Bugg and Mrs. G. T. Gracy was in charge of the business when plans were made for the Christmas party to be held Dec. 15. - Mrs. Monroe Besharse gave the devotional and in the social hour, games were played and refreshments served by the hostess. CIB Bridge Club Conducts Game Members of CIB Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., yesterday afternoon. Guests of the group were Mrs. Jack Webb, Mrs. Bob Gardner, Mrs. Everett Peterson and Mrs. Blan Heath. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe won high score in bridge games, Mrs. Robert McGraw, second high, and Mrs. Webb won bridgo. Grove, Miss., Is the guest ol Mr. embroidered with pearls, and Mrs. R. L. Wade. Mr. and Bridesmaids were ^Misses Ova Mrs. Wade and Mrs. Newby will Dee Flage and Peggy Strother of be in Helena tomorrow to attend | Caraway. They wore Identical the funeral services of Mrs. Helen gowns of green nylon net over taffeta. The strapless bodice was! The bouffant satin skirt had two I Kn.llierlnc Watson. Mrs. R. C. Allen. George At the Hospitals nl.vlhrvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Lee Clifton, Steele Muir . . . . and Mrs. D. D. Wilson rmve returned from Nashville. Tenn., where they uUrmled a chi'lsVivuvs flower show. While there Mrs. Allen and Mr. Mtllr appeared on it locnl radio show. Mrs. C. Mocllngcr. Jr., ami daughter, Terry, will return tomorrow from Morganlvllle, Ky.. where they were culled clue to the Illness of Mrs. Modlnscr's father. His condition is reported to be improved. Mrs. E. II. nrown and Mrs. Winnie Huffman spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. J. • W. Shouse Is spending loduy in Memphis. Mrs. J..J. Weaver, dly Oscar Moore, lit. 1. cily Mill-Rural, baiin. Cleur Lake Mrs. Burly Cook and bnby, Dell Timothy Davis, city Robert Bobo, Dell Mrs. P. O. McDi-rmott, city Clilekasiiu'lm Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. A. Miller, city Martlia Cockrell, city AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at I0:ltf a.m. nnci 4 p.m. for Hit?. 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