The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 21, 1953
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F PAGE FOOT BLYTHEVILLE (ATtK.) COUBIER NEWS TUESDAY, TOLT 11, IWt ociety Put Multtni, Society Editor Fhous 4461 Johnson-Stphens Marriage Held Now making their home in Blytheville ere Mr. and Mrs. Hollies Johnson, who exchanged marriage vows June 23 at Burdette Church of God, with the Rev. J. O- Hodges officiating. Mrs. Johnson is the former Miss k Irene Stephens, daughter ol Mr. , »nd Mrs. Alvin Stephens jf Bus- Bell Springs, Ky., and Mr. Johnson is the son of Mr and Mrs. R. C. Johnson of osceola. An arrangement of white stocks »nd white lighted tapers, with a prie dieu as the center, formed sanctuary decorations. . . "Because," and "Oh Promise Me," •were among wedding selections presented by Billy Lutes, pianist, and Miss Peggy Young, vocalist. Mre- Virginia King, sister of the groom, served as matron of honor, -.and Miss Ann Llndiey of Memphis served as maid of honor. Miss Bon- Bits of News Itloitlt l^erAonai Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Wyatt and their son, Thad, huve moved to Pampa, Tex., where they are mak- ng their home at 1001 Mary Ellen Street. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Nelson left today for Rouklord, 111., where they will .spend the rrnuiindvr of the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bynum. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Goodman have returned home after vacationing for two weeks in \Vhitlier, Calif, where they were guests of Mr ant Mrs. H. T. Donahue, mid In Mexico anil points of interest In the West Mrs. Bob Vcnch, Donald Vcach Mrs. Lorrine Fincher, and Ernes Flngg left today lor Jacksonville Mrs. Jlullire Johnson —Photo by Fit tight , nie Hicks and Mi. Charline Walker Sidney Johnson or Wynn and Mel-! ?£' * j£™ cdr ^£™i.° f M " Jim Stovall of Luxora were bridesmaids. They vin Fa ire o! Blytheville .served as all wore pastel formal gowns, and ushers. carried bouquets of carnations tint- A reception was held follouinf; the ed blue, with pink and while. ceremony at the home of Mr. and Given In marriage by E. R. Me- Mre. E. M. King of Blytheville. Mrs. Adams, the bride wore a gown of O. A. Butler nnd Mrs. J. D. Hodges white slipper satin and French lace assisted the hosts in entertaining with a fingertip veil of French II- and serving. ]usion. She carried a lavendar throat Out-of-town guests were from white orchid encircled with white Wynne and Blytheville. carnations. The couple .spent a three week Eugene M. King, brother-in-law wedding trip in Tennessee and Kcn- of the groom served as best man and tucky. Shower Is Given For Mrs, Wilson OSCEOLA — Continuing the series of events being held In honor of Mrs- Snow Wilson, a miscellaneous shower was given at Kelser Friday night, when Mrs. Stephen Jeffery entertained 45 in her honor. Decorations throughout the Jef- lery home featured bouquets of pink and green tinted cnrnntfons. The dining table was centered with the same flowers and were flanked by slender pink burning tapers. ! Carrying out the color theme, re-1 JreshrnenU of wedding cnkcs tint-! ed pink were outlined In green. Dinner-Meeting Held by WMS Members of Circles One, Two and the Business Women's Circle of Women's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist Church held a Joint dinner meeting at the church lafit nteht, .with Mrs. R. W. Wooten, WMS president, presiding. Mrs. Frank Ausin was ft guest with the 19 members who attended. Miss Bernice Overman, who served us program director, wnfi assisted in giving the program by Mrs. Idell Lowe, Mrs. Wooten, Mrs- L. G. Kcn- wrignt, Mrs. Verbel Walker nnd Punch was served from a smaller Mrs _ H crshell Roberts. Mrs. Bert table. The mothers of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson were special guests at the •flair. Mrs. Wilson wore a dress in periwinkle blue. chain bray Lake Street WSCS Conducts Meeting Thirteen members of Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lnkc Street Methodist Church met nt the home of Mrs. Robert McMastcr last nlpht for a weekly business meeting. Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided over the meeting, which wns opened with prayer by Mrs. Joe Thomas, who also gave the devotional, "Sfrlng Song," read the, scripture nnd a poem In keeping with the devotional theme. Mrs. McMaster dismissed the group with prayer. Ross gave the benediction. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall anc son, John returned from a 10-day vacation trip In Nashville and Winchester, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. L. O Gill have returned from a two weeks vacation in Scranton. Penn.. and Chattanooga, Tcnn. In Scranton, they were joined there by their sons Lowell Gill and family at Detroit and Max Gill and Mrs. Gill and Ray Allen of Chattanooga. Mr. und Mrs. Gill were accompanied home by their grandson. Teddy Cabo, who will remain for three weeks. Miss Billic Jnne Rodgcrs has gone to Steele where she assumed teaching position at the high school yesterday. She Is to be music instructor. Coming Events Tuesday Mrs. R. A. Carey is hostess to members of the Octave Club. Wednesday High Avo Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Bill Hodge. jcginncrs Duplicate Bridge L--3UB has meeting In Mirror Room of Hotel Noble . .logwood Home Demonstration Club meets at the -lubhouse. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has Rub wet soap along the line oi meeting at Hotel Noble . basting threads and you can pull them easily out of the hem. La Nueve Club Is to,,be entertained by Mu. Newton Whitls. Seven First Methodist Circles Meet Marriage Licenses Blylheville Hospiial Dismissed: Mre. Sophia Walls, City Mrs. John Carson and baby, Tomato. Walls Hospiial Dismissed: Mrs. A. P. Thomas and baby. City Mrs. R. D. Moody and baby. City Mrs. Earl Wildy and baby, City Mrs. Oliva Brazeal and baby, City Seven circles of Woman's Society of Christian Service met in the homes of members yesterday nfter- noon for mission .study programs with Circle Seven meeting last night. Mrs. H. W. Wylie was hostess to 15 members, one m'u- member, Mrs. Thart F. Connally of Circle One, and two guests, Mrs. Hill Hendrix, Sr., and Mrs. Bill Hendrix. Jr. Mrs. George Hubbnrd. Jr.. presented the devotional, and the mission study was given by the hostess. votional. MAKE ANNUAL TKIP — Thirteen members of Ihe Dogwood Bidge Home Demonstration Club left this morning on their annual camping trip to Big Springs, Mo., where they will remain until Friday. Leaving on the trip were (leit to right) Mrs. Ira Koonce, Mrs. B'Otis Koonce, Mrs. Max Koonce, Mrs. Clyde O'Neal, Mrs. P. B. Jarrett, Mrs. Mary Scrape, Mrs. Charley Lutes, Mrs. P. S. Parker, Mrs. I. M. McHuIfey, Mrs, Malcolm Koonce. Mrs. Bud Gunter, Mrs. Walter Lutes and Mrs. Bonnie Hessie. (Courier N'eu'S Photo) They're Simply Charming j Baptist Circle Meetings Are Held Mrs. J. D, Atkins. Mrs. Bill Bar- j Montroy Circles. Mrs. Hubert Pols- din. Mrs. Tom Smalley and Mrs. | Erove gave the invocation, after Homer Connell wore hostesses to members of the Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist 1 LUXORA NEWS Dj MRS. G. C. DRIVER Legion Auxiliary Elect* Mrs. Gerald P. Chafin was reelected president of the Rodgers- Lynch Legion Auxiliary Unit at the annual election held here last week. Elected to serve with Mrs. Chafin as officers were: Mrs. Paul Hayes, vice-president; Mrs. Charles Fraz- ler, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Lynch, chaplain; and Mrs. Allen the Auxiliary and the Legion will be held jointly at the regular August meeting of the organizations. Mrs, Callls Hostess Mrs. Tom Callis was hostess to her two-table bridge club at her country home Wednesday afternoon. An extra table of guests played, including Mrs. Charlie Thomas, Mrs. R. L. Houck, Mrs. P home. Miss Diane Stevens returned home Friday from a week's visit with her grandfather, W. H. Robbins, In Shannon, Miss. Mrs. Ferris Ritchey of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fred George, and family, for several weeks. Mrs. Maxlnc Crawford of Memphis Was tile weekend guest of Mr. ami Mrs. C. B. Wood, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy DeWolfe and son of Beedevillc, Ark., were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W, Walls for several days last week, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lunsford of Rockford, 111., spent several days here last week visiting her ther, W. A. Ingram. MEYER •& CHILES Church at their homes yesterday j which Mrs. H. J. Pondren presided in the business session. Mrs. Pols- Krove taught ihe mission book and afternoon, when the minion book, ! Ml ' s : J - H - Melton ^ :ive the bene - "Sacriuce and Song," was taught. | dl(;tlon Mrs. Atkins was hostess tn If) Mrs Hardin entertained 10 mem- members and one guest, Mrs. Kittle hers and one new member, Mrs. Caldwell of the Ola Lee and Edith | Drew Huey of the Edith Rose Welle r Circle when Mrs. Rohind Davis presided. Prayer by Mrs. T. C. Hopper was offered before she conducted a Royal Service Program, with Mrs. Eddie. Ford, Mrs. Davis. Mrs, Hardin, Mrs. Jack Vowell I and Mrs. A. D. Priest partcipat- The monthly executive board,! ing- Mrs. Mike Richie dismissed circle meetings and general meet- tne meeting with prayer. Mrs. Smalley was hostess to II members and two gviests, Mrs. Harold Plynn and Mrs. Pearl Presbyterians Meet at Church of Walnut Ridge spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mi*. Head, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ellison returned home Saturday from a tv.'o week motor vacation trip to Las Vegas, Nevruln. Miss Eloise Richardson was a surgical patient in the Memphis T.'"D."wil'kins, Mrs'."wirt"st'ee'd"of j Ba " t ' st Hospital last week. Osceola, and Mrs. L O Todd of! M ' SsL and Mrs - Frallk Ingram Kinston. N. C. Prize winners in i and sm of Kinston. N. C., were the games were Mrs. T. L. Stan-i rccenl weekend guests of his fa- ford, Mrs. Houck, and Mrs. Thomas. Dance Club Meets The Luxora Dancing Club held : its monthly social at the Hotel Noble in Blytheville Friday night. with Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ingram, i Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowel, Mr. | and Mrs. John Ford, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rozelle as hosts. Thirty guests from Osceola, Blytheville, • Jonesboro, Baton Rouge, La., New; York, and New Jersey attended in j addition to the club members. A, midnight intermission buffet was served by the hosts. I Bon-ens Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen entertained members of their bridge club at a dinner party held at their \ home Saturday night. In the games ! following, Mrs. John Ford and! S- C. Ingram were prize winners. Personals Mr. and Mr,s. Howard Seinehart of St. Louis were weekend guests | : of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio at! their Riverdale Farms country l SmaIIe y of tne Irenc Brannen C.r- ing of the women of the First Pres- j byterian Church were held ycstcr- day afternoon at the church. Mrs Ross Stevens Mrs C C C ° Roy Walton, Mrs- G. W. Dillahimty. i erson taught the m!sslon st udy. Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs. C- M. , ,. , , ,. „ _ _ , . G,, y g av. report, durin, the ex- 1 ,,?"? wt ^bon^'of a ecufve board meeting. business session by Mrs. Cletus Following the circle meetings, Mre. ! Hudson and a program directed by Jess White offered the opening : the hostess. Mrs. Hudson Mrs prnyer to begin the general meet- , Lovie Hester and Mrs. Connell Inpr. Mrs. Edgar Borum's Circle. One! participated on Ihe program, and was represented by the largest num- i Mrs. Vornon Gean gave the devo- ber of members. j tional. Mrs. Jamps Carter conducted the] — _ K^^r.^^::! .r^rr an T; s baklns fur. Mrs. A. S. Harrison. '• rllshes that hlu ' e scorched-on spots Refreshments were served by the ] ip a soulticr of baking soda and wa- hcxitesses, Mrs A. P. Dietrich, Mrs.' fer. Let stand until stains are easily I JACKET 1 . 8978 36-52 By Sue Burnett A graceful frock for the matron B . L. Eubanks and Mrs. 3. P.Pride. 1 wiped off. to make two ways; and a neat Jack- j __^_. .—~ et that goes perfectly with everything. Two patterns. Pattern No. 8977 Is a sew rite per- Mrs. C, O. Redman was a guest ; f oratBri pattern in sizes 3B. 38, 40, _ of Circle Pour, when nine members i 4^ 4.1 . !(i 4B 50 52 gj. ie 28| drop- ] = met at the home of Mrs. John : pcd shoulder, 3!4 yards of 45-inch Evclen members, two gue.sts, Mrs. Mavis Scttlemrre and Mrs. Roy I. Dagley, and one new member, Mrs. H. C. Parhani, were entertained at the home of Mrs. Jerry Hrarn, Circle Two hostess. Mrs. June Miller gave the devotional. Mrs. J. W. Adams. Jr., was hostess and Mrs. Floyd White was co- hostess to 14 members of Circle Three. Mrs. Adams gave the de- Mrs. Horace Undloy and baby, City Mrs. Charles Allen and baby, City Guy Sweat, City R. C. Riggs. City . for the mission study , |3 nt (. en , No . 8918 j s a scw -rite per- taught by their sucst. The devo- [ foratc[ | pa ttern in sizes 38, 38. «;• 42, tional wns by Mrs. Leon Burns, i 4 ., 46 4g 50 5 , slze 38i mono t. onei Mrs. J. A. Bryant and Mrs. S. E. 4 Vill . ds of 38 . lnch . Dunkley were hostesses to members of Circle Five. Ten members and two gucsUs, Mrs. E. B. Beall of Wilson and Mrs. Jack Finlcy Robinson, attended. Thet devotional was given by Mrs. Harvey Morris nnd the study was taught by Mrs. Newton Whltls. Fourteen members and a guest. Miss Mary Hublcr attended the Circle Six meeting at the .home of Mrs. Ray Price. Mrs. B. A. Lynch gave the devotional. The evening meeting of Circle Seven was conducted at the home of Mrs. Edwin B. Spaeth, when right members and a guest, Mrs Mavis Scttlemtre, attended. Mrs Ralph Brownlee gave the devo- For these patternfi, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address. sizes desired, and the. PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Sejid 25 cents today. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION~~50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 KKEE WITH PARENTS LITTLE LIZ— During the social hours, whlcf followed each of the seven meetings, the hostesses served refreshments. Get a handsome Studebaker truck! 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