The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 17, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, V oetti . Society Editor 9 Pat Mullini, Society Editor Phone 4461 250 Attend Tea in White Home For Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin Two hundred and fifty guests yes-1 white and silver. terday attended a tea, one of the largest of (he season. ?Iven lo compliment Miss Mary Lawrence Pea- gin of St. Louis, bride-elect ot R. C. Allen. The affair, first In a series of events planned for her during her visit in Blytheville, was given at the Jesse M. White home with Mrs. White. Mr. R. C. Allen and Mre. Alice Womack as hostesses. Guests called between the hours of three and six in the afternoon. Miss Feagin was attired for the: afternoon's entertainment in a Benham original frock of frosty white featuring aqua and seeduearl trim She wore a pearl necklace, while accessories and was presented with a white orchid for her shoulder. The hostesses and others who assisted in entertaining and serving throughout the afternoon were presented with corsages of white gardenias. Miss Feagin and the hostesses received guests in the living room, near the mantel. Reflected in the mirror above the mantel was a silver bowl holding white stocks interspersed with painted pink daisies in -a crescent arrangement. Tall tapers of a delicate pink shade In silver branched candelabra flanked the centerpiece and on ends of the mantel were pink irrl- descent ball ornaments. Adorning the shiny mirror wer pink irrtdescent butterflies.. Pastel summer flowers, predomi nantly pink rosebuds, were seen i the entertaining rooms. The re freshment table was decorated i A white cutwork cloth overlaid the table, which held a large arrangement of white stocks in a sji- ver container, flanked by white tapers in silver candelabra. White irri- descent wheels with silver renters were placed around the arrange- At the door to greet guests were Mrs. W. A. Afflick, Mrs. H. G. Part- loiv and Mrs. E. A. Stacy. Presiding at the (able were Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. George Hale, Mrs. s. C. Owens, Mrs. Charles Langston, Mrs. o. O. Poetz and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Mrs. Berry Allen, Mrs. Paul Jobe, Mrs. Ben White, Mrs. Cecil VVhit«, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, Mrs. E. M. Resenold and Miss Reen Norris assisted in the entertaining rooms. Providing musical entertainment throughout the afternoon were Martha Ann White, Glenda Lee Poetz, Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mrs. Murry Smart, Miss Martha Nicholfi. and Mrs. John Caudill. Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mrs. C. E. Crtgger. III. and Miss Vivian Taylor presided at the guest book. Miss Feagin received a silver tray, j Ideal For Fun Outdoors Duplicate League Has Weekly Meet Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs C. C. Councllle took top honors las night in bridge gomes at the Country Club at a weekly meeting of thl Duplicate Bridge League. Tleing for second place were Mrs C.»w. Afflick and Mrs. Samuel P Norris with Mrs. W. A. Afdick an Prank Nelson. Third place went to Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs Frank Orlgsby. Coming Events Tuesday Wednesday Club Eight has 12 o'clock luncheon at Hotel Noble's Colonial Koom 'or Miss Mary Lawrence Fengin of St. Louis, bride-elect of H- O. Alien. Beginner's D u p 11 c n t e Brldce League has meeting at the Rustic .nn. Thursday Mrs. Bill Cnble is hostess at 7.30 p.m. to members of the C and N Birthday Club. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League meets nt Hotel Noble Miss Jettyc Huffman Is hostess to lumbers nt the GEO Club. Mrs. Jerry Scrape enlertnlnfi lembers of the TLB Bridge Club Friday Lndipfi Bible Class of First Meth- dist Church has 3 p.m. meeting t the church with Mrs. B, M. Mat- lews nnd Mrs. Winifred Mick as hostesses. \fcndrdel Club meets at the Dixie Pig Drive-In with Mrs. Dick Shanks as hostess. Saturday Blytheville D u p I i c a t e Bridge League has meeting ot Hotel Noble. Calvary Baptist Circles Meet Member* of the f i ve afternoon circles of Calvary Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the rhurch and members of the two Business Women' s Circles met Tuesday evening at the homes of members. Mrs. Jack Attaway presided at the general meeting at the church Monday, when Mrs. J, H. Melton gave the invocation. Prayer by Mrs- Leslie Ramho followed a program, directed by Mrs. Jack Vowel!. The devotional was by Mrs, Tom Smalley and was followed by * eolo by the Rev. Bob McAllister. Mrs. Roland Davis, Mrs. Larry Byrum, Mrs, Melton, Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mrs. R. E. Smother?, assisted in giving the afternoon's program, which was closed with oray- er by Mrs. Mark Anderson. Mrs. Buford Cooley was hostess at her home for a monthly business session for eight members and one guest, Mrs. Calvin Conley, of Circle Three of the BWC, Mrs. C. S, Birmingham presided in the business session, which was followed by prayer by Mre. Ellen Moore. The devotional was presented by Mrs. Leland Hodge whose subject was "Meet Jesus at the Door." Miss Lucinda Cole gave the benediction, after which a social period was conducted. Mrs. Howard Caldwell was hostess to members of Circle Pour of dWC at her home last nifiht. Mrs. Raymond Belknap, who presided, gave a devotional on prayer. Mrs, L. Herron and Mrs. Hubert Pols-grove offered prayers to close. the meeting. do right now Instead ol promising yourself that ypu'll find time for them "some day"? Are you brlnir- ing new Interests, new friends and new projects into the family circle? It you are doing those things you are keeping up with your husband even though you don't share all of his interests and enthusiasms. And your marriage will probably be far more interesting and stimulating to you both. Much mor« so than if you tried to turn yourieU Into, your husband's shadow. Dont forget the top celling of Hie broiler and oven when cleaning your stove. Food vapors caus» grime to collect there. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! GOING TO SUMMER CAMP — Shown prepar- Woods, and Sally McCutchen, daughter of Mr. and Ing to leave for summer camp at Gulf Park, Gulfport, Mrs, O. W. McCuichen. Not pictured is oicnda Lee Miss., are (from left) Elaine Richardson, daughter Poetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Poetz, who of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richardson, Mary Jane Sey- will accompany the girls. They leave Friday by train more, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Seymore, and will be at camp for five weeks. (Courier News Nelia Woods, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Pholo) Bits of News t. Ann and Sue Robinson Charles Whitley are spending and the week in Corning as guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Robinson. Meeting Is Held By Bridge Club Miss Mary Jo Eaton and Mrs, James Vest were hostesses to members of the N. N. Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Kyolwyck last night when Mrs. Don Kerbough and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook Jr., were presented with layette gifts by the hostesses. the evening's bridge games, In Mrs. wilh Westbrook won high score, second going to Mrs. Russell Birthday Party Given at Cottage Carmen Gary was complimented last night at the Arkansas Chop Suey Cottage on her sixteenth birthday with a bunco party attended by 24 guests. A large birthday cake centered the long table from guests were served individually Iced cakes with frosted punch. Pink and white! weeks ,has been moved to the home Mrs. George Perry has departed for New Mexico with Mrs. Delrnar Lemastus, her sister, who had been visiting here. Perry Lee Adkisson left yesterday for Little Rock State Extension Agriculture Office for a two-day Insect Control School. He will be doing research work on his master'" degree in Osceola at University of Arkansas experiment station while spending the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Adkisson. The Rev. G.. W. Hardcastle, sup rrintendent of Arkansas District Council of Assemblies of God, will be here Sunday to be guest speaker at the jfjrst Assembly of God Church, Seventh and Ash Streets. He will he the guest of the_Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Dickinson. Mrs. Thomas Thorn of Roselanct underwent surgery Saturday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis She is expected to remain in the hospital 10 days longer. John C. Peterson, who was a patient at Walls hospital for two Flossie Scroggins and Mr. and Mrs James H. Scroggins for the past sev eral days. ' ' stocks adorned other tablee used in the entertiiining room. Jimmie Lee Moore, Sue Jobe and Millie Brndley won high low and of his daughter, Mrs. Thurman Smith, on Vine Street. Mrs. Crawford Noble left today for a month's vacation in Hawaii. Keeping Up With Husband Means Self Development Many women have been mislec by the advice: "Keep up with your husband." Assuming: that command to bunco prizes in the evening's games'She was motored to Memphis by Mrs. R. A. 'Gary, mother of the Mrs. E. M. Reynold and Mrs. Frank Simpson ami bvUigo to Miss Vivian Taylor. Following the games, individual cnkes. inscribed with "Baby", were served with iced drfnke. Students Earns Scholarship Ronald Wnpster, son of Mr and Mrs. Floyd Wasrstcr of Cooler, Mo., lias been awarded a scholarship by the University of Kansas to attend the Mid-Western Music Camp nt Ltuvre.nce, aKnfias. The scholarship is awarded to pupils of outstanding ability. He Is a student of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe nnd received tup ratings in the Missouri Contest. A.. Junior in high .school, Ronald ako received a scllolar.ship to Mrs. Lowe's School of Music. By Sue Burnett Cute little play dresses for young girls—each with its own bolero to prevent too much sunburn. Pattern No. 8610 is a sew-ril£ perforated pattern in sizes 3, 4, S, G, 7 8 years. Size 4, dress, 1H yards of 39-inch; bolero, 1 yard. Pattern No. 8544 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 E years. Size 4. dress, IS yards of 39- inch; bolero and contrast, 1 yard. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes, desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News, 372 W. Q.iincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer It's a complete spring sewing guide [or smart, practical wardrobes; gilt pattern printed inside the book 25 cents. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Mo & 39c At All Times WED-THURS Double Feature —PLUS— ,7he inside slory ofthe fe bad men of history! p HOAX7ERS ALSO CARTOON honoree, was assisted in serving and entertaining by Mrs. C. A. Tant, Mrs. Russell Bialcs and Mrs. Phillip Applcbnum. At the Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Crosskno, City Gary Gentry, City Mary Black, Dell George Burns, Luxora Mrs. Louise Walker, steele Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained n marriage license in the- office of the County Court Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker; Whitworth and was met there by Mrs. Morris Bush and daughter, Miss Gage Bush, of Birmingham,, Ala. They left by plane from Mem- _ phis for California and will leave \ ^"ncr^husband'Ts^intent on 'de- mean that they have to make all of their husband's interests their interests, they struggle along, often do- Ing no more than faking an interest in things that don't really appeal to them at all. That can't do much for a woman but make her of her husband. The wife who really "keeps up" with her husband realizes that the true meaning of "keeping up" is to develop her own personality, interests an denlhusiasms — just Rutb Mlllett a pale shadow Friday aboard the USS Lurline for Hawaii. Mrs. Mary Lyon left this week end for Bruce, Miss., to be the guest, of her daughter, Mrs. Benford Doler, Mr. Doler and son, Benny. They are planning to tour the Mississippi coast and part of Florida for two weeks. Dr. C. R. Branson of Hobbs, N. M. and New Orleans arrived yesterday, to meet his wife and two children veloping his. If she develops her own particular talents, interests and skills to the best of her ability, she will be an interesting person in her own right. Her husband won't leave her behind because while ,he has been busy moving ahead according to his abaiiities she has been moving ahead according l,o hers. Each will have good reason to Mrs. C .P. Tucker. Mrs. Branson and the children had arrived a week earlier. Pvt. Sam Scroggins, a track mechanic .student at Fort Knox, Ky., Jessie Woodnrd nnd Emma Bak- was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred <>r. both of Sikeslon, Mo. Philbrook and son, his mother, Mrs. £j . 1(C11 wm IiavB nnd to visit their parents, Mr. and respect and admire the other and Mrs. U. S. Branson and Mr. and I to get some, benefits from the other's accomplishments. So if you want to keep up with your husband take a good, search ing look at yourself. Are you putting all of your ta ents and skills to good use? Ar you doing the things you want to LAST TIMES TONlTE Bring a Carload f or $1 Double Feature I IMF JIB FORCE S!fRET STORY...THAIS NEVIR 8EIH tOUUEf ORE! % ^^ ~AlLYNnU£fllE^ ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Showing in Blytheville THE STORY OF THE FIGHTING THUNDERBIRDS ...AND THE GALS WHO LOVE 'EM! HERBERT J.YATE5 A REPUBLIC PICTURE SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS fl/UWMW im> (w)UW MU VACATION STYLES L\j SUM Cool white* in widfl chnie* rtf dro«» and pl»y "lyl"' They'll delicM younBBtert wivh lh *" comforl...plGftBepnrftfit« with that lone-n-eiirini; Acrobnl BonHecl Sol« Ih.fn ni.r.nlMH for full thre. inonlhfl' wear. 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