The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1953 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 6, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BI.YTIIEVII,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS- THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 198f odetu Pat Mullins, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Crook-Hann We For dd Aug ing Set .24 Luncheon Honors Vivian Taylor Another in the scries ol parties being Riven to compliment Miss Vivian Taylor prior to hcr Aug. 14 marriage to Paul David Poster, wns a bridge luncheon held yesterday afternoon at Hotel Noble. Hostesses to the six tables of gucsis were Mrs. J. Farris McCa!la Miss Elizabeth Ann Crook of B.y- ^^^^^^ tfaeviU. and Houston. Texas, whose aun^^"^ *£ "<,„.' The Colonial Room of the hotel was Ihc serting for the affair, wilh il'.e small luncheon tables be'ng centered with stiffly starch- ed'white lace wedding slippers filled with bouquets of tiny pink Dessert Bridge Given in Honor engagement to Horace Peter Jr.. of Houston was recently announced by her mother. Mrs. James Ezeklal Crook of Blytlwville, is today making known plans for her marriage. The ceremony Is to be solemnized at First Methodist Church in Blytheville at 10 o'clock on the morning of Monday, Aug. 24. The Rev. Roy I. Baeley, pastor of the church, will officiate. The bride will be given In marriage by her brother. Barnes Crook., and will have as her matron ofi honor and only feminine attend-) ant her sister, Mrs. Charles R. j Johnson of Dallas, Texas. j p rlo ,V J 0 | lcr marriage Aug. 14 to Mr Hann will have as his best ! p au i D. Foster, was a dessert bridge man ' Mr. Johnson of Dallas, and ] given Tuesday mcht by Mrs. Rupert serving as ushers will be Robert G-: Crafton. McHanev and T. H. Caraway. Three tables of guests were Invit- A program of nuptial music wil!|ed W the Crafton home, where an esented by Mrs. Harold Davis, i all-white bridal theme was carried rosea and while tube roses. A striking arrangement of white stock and pastel colored daisies and rubrum lilies was used on the buffet. Place of the guest of honor, who wore a frock of grey shantung, was marked by a gilt corsage of pink rubrum lilies. High score prize for the afternoon bridge games went to Mrs. Henry Humphreys, second high to Mrs. Je:;se Taylor, third high to Mrs. L. E. Old, and traveling prize to Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Miss Taylor was presented with a lazy su- san from her hostesses. Con tj m ,i n g the series of parties b (, h , g ^, m f or Miss Vivian Taylor Duplicate Bridge Beginners League Plays Last Game Bits of News n>4 Phonal 62 Attend Lunsford Family Reunion The home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunsford was the setting for n fcmlly reunion Sunday when G2 reinlives and friends gathered to honor the Lunsford's daughter, Mrs. Hrucie East and her family, \vho were visiting here from Richmond, Va. After dinner had been served, pictures of the five generations present were made, as well as various family groups. Some members of the family were together for the first time in 20 years. Out-of-town guests present included Mrs. Christine Kirk and Rn Mo., after a visit of several days here ns guest of Mr. and Mrs. R- The final game for members of "A. Berryman. the Beginners Duplicate Bridge) M,-. nm [ Mia. W- S. Fowler am The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred A. Kncx nnd their daughters, Jeanie and I'cgsy Ann, of Fort Smith, are .spending a few days here as guests of the Kcv. and Mrs. Roy I. liagley and family. Mrs Jeff Mott of Warrensburg. Mo., will arrive tomorrow for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Cross. Mrs. W. A. Black of Oklahoma City, Oklii., has arrived to spend j several weeks here as guest of herj i i . \A/U^ X/icif 1 nnH son, F. E. Ulnck and Mrs. Black. Ifl-LOWS YVnO VISIT UHU Mr. and Mrs,. Victor Mallory and ,v I I family had as their overnight guests 1 r\l I last nu'.ht, Mr. and Mrs. Van Wright of Little Rock. A wife inquires: Mr. and Mrs. o. O. Hubbard S,.V™ a * ^od'and'kind.'but'exp^ left, this morning to spend the re- ^ 2~Jggj,Lr i 0 b j ,. 0 paid by mainder of the week at Norfork I ^C^H^^HB spending Lake. | ajSP™^^^E all their t i in n Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes Jr., ^m" f • with their chil- and daughter, Ellen, have returned iHL^. ,mJU dren? from Wichita Falls, Texas, where they spent 10 days with her parents- , Mrs. Lynn Smith returned yesterday to her home in Caruthersville, family of poU8 Cam P> Mlss " Mrs ' Shirley Kou'e and Mr. and Mrs. Jack I'ptlcr and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Craic. all of Memphis; Mr. iml M 1 *- Walter Butler of Senath, Mo '.Mr and Mrs. Rufus Smith and' Mrs. Brittle Gay, all of Rip- lev TIT.II.; Mr. and Mrs. Mervcl w'h'itrl'rad Jr., of Pcoria, 111., Mr. ami Mr-- Hi" Moore of Marked T.TC V-k J. c Butler of Keiser, and Mr »nd Mrs. J. C. Butler of Si-.vra'l' friends from Blytheville sppni. the afternoon with ip. the P A Bid c: /\ L-"y Susie Flagg Feted On Eighth Birthday • Susie Flagg celebrated her eighth birthday yesterday afternoon when 21 boys and girls were Invited to the home of her parents, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Ernest Plagg, for a party. Each child was presented with a favor of a bat and ball, and games were played before the refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. Prizes In the games went to Joan Carter and Glenda Turner. Assisting Mrs. Plagg throughout the afternoon were Mrs. Edward Stiles. Mrs. Carl Tate, Mrs. Calvin Barnett and Miss Barbara Gurnow. Why don't you wh?t to no. We don't want to hurt s'o'J'd b-'v"'™^ common cour> : "r^lo re :1 |i/e that we would like :' li-.tio privacy. ; -They always say. 'When you folks are ready 10 go to bed just. say so and we will BO home.' -This lias gone on for several since we have lived Before laundering lipstick- stained clothing, soften the stain with cold cream. * • * Here's a different way to decorate crackers: Fill a frosting bag or heavy white paper funnel with soft cheese or cheese spread, then press the cheese onto crackers' in any designs you wish. Coming Events Thursday Blytheville Dupllcat* B r I d t • League Has meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. P. Scrape entertain! members of the TLE Brldg* Club at the Bazorback. Mrs. B. T. Worthy, Mrs. George Triniue. Mrs. Loy Welch are hostesses fro a tea for their granddaughter and niece, Miss Doris Worthy, bride-elect of James D. Murphy f ro n> 3 to 5 at the Welch home. Friday Mrs. Dick Shanks is hostess for a meeting of Vendredi Bridge Club. To keep your appliances clean, wipe them with mild soapy water while doing dishes. Never wash enameled surfaces when they're hot; if you do, they might crack. The next time you chop dried fruits add a few drops of lemon juice to prevent the chopper from clogging. "My husband's parents have a years, ever home of their near them. own, but never i "None of our friends ever come League was played yesterday aft- noon a t Noble when eight in a Mitchell Winners for North and South were Mrs. E. A. Stacy and W. D. Chamblin. first; children, Stanley, Doroihy and Jim- inie, have returned to their home in California after a 10-day visit in the homes of Mr. and Mr.s. J. R. Bader spend an evening : to see us any more and I know it j In it. I is because we are never alone and "Practic ally th"' 1 ''or.'t feel free to .come. Ruth Millet! every evenhw "W''ai can we do about a situa- thcy come to our house and stay lion like this? I m afraid if ^ my until bedtime. My husband and I husband are so tired of it we d , t know Uu , v win f( , el thcv aren't welcome . ,o come at all and I don't want today in Memphis. '° uln j and family. Mr. and Mrs. George B. j Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, Mrs. J.; we pet it? Mrs. | j3 ilt |(. ri gri ant | Mr nnt | MrSi Burl i Farris McCalla, Mrs. Vernon Thorn-i what makes your problem so dif- blin. first; Mrs. o. E. \ Uw .. on ot Caruthersville, Mo., Mr.!a«son and Lucy Taylor, soent today ficuh, is ihal you have let a situa- rs - W :. H '. Iea . s( ; 1 , S . e . C "[and Mrs. J. D. Mick, and family of in Dversburs. Tcnn.. with relatives, (ion go on so long that it has be- en 1 Miss Taylor by her hostess. High score prize went to Miss Gay Garrigan, second high to Mrs. Farris McCaJia, and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook. Jr., holder of the lucky tally on which was written the date of the Taylor-Foster \veddinR, also received a gift. The bi;idr-elect was presented with a place setting in her china pattern. Special guests at the affair were Mrs. A. Harman Taylor, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. G. W. i Dillahunty. grandmother of the honoree. Miss Taylor wore a frock of bei^e shantung, emphasized with red accessories. Club Eight Meets With Mrs. Jobe Hav Hall and H. C. Bush are 8988 ,11-18 By Sue Burnett A wonderful way to stretch a cam- Ladies Auxiliary Of NALC Meets Mrs- Eric Hall was hostess Tuesday nisht at her home to members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the National Association of Letter Carriers for their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Ira Lambert, president, presided over the business session which was opened with the salute to the flag and prayer by Mrs. Bill Robertson. Mrs. Bill Hrabovfky was elected secretary, replacing Mrs. Billy Lambert, who has resigned. An entertainment committee composed of Mrs. Ed Bunch and Mrs. Max Koonce. Jr.. wns appointed and announced plans for a social to be Steelc, Mo, spent Sunday In Ken-; all arc sisters. Mrs. Tul] and her llavG !j pe n drifting away. Go bowl- nett, Mo., as guests of their son and I children plan to return to their ing or to ball games, or whatever brother. Bob Berryman, and fain-' home Saturday by plane from Mem- your town offers in the way of rep h l s . creation. Get so busy doing things Mr and Mrs Dewltt McDade and that you can't sit at home enter- sncndtns a two-weeks vacation at i daughters, Misses Alcne and Glen- taining your m-laws night after | Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, Canada, j da Faye McDade, of Augusta. Ga.. nl f, v k ,_ , „_ for a few All members of Club Eight were They Joined a party of men from [ formerly of Blydhevillc, have spent •" ? De rhans they will be present yesterday afternoon when s t Louis and Centralist. 111., for the | the past week in Albuquerque. N J^^* J 0 ^ike friends of their own •: party, with the group; Mex., where they were g'lests of , md {o fj]]d j. ome fcjnd Ql acUvity ' to going by plane to Toronto. ] their son and brother. William o. fi]] some of t] leir evenings. Mrs. U- W. Mullins and children.; McDade and family, and In Color-, y OU ' Ve made it too easy jar them U. W.. Jr.. and Onn Lee, are spend-; ado- They were accompanied by j to spenc | every evening with you. ing a week at Kamp Kilo-Vista, near, Mrs. McDade's mother. Mrs. W. C. ^ Now y OU 'n have to do just the op- Pocahnntas. as guests of her broth-: H itt of Slate Spring, Miss. • posite to break the pattern, nr, Howard Graham, and Mrs. Gra-j , Mrs. Cleo. Langston of DeKalb Mrs. Paul Jobc entertained the j annual fishi group at her home for their weekly i bridge game. A dessert course was served which high score prize went to Mrs. H. G. Partlow and second high to Mrs. Jesse. M. White. Mrs. Jobe used mixed (rarden flowers to decorate hcr nome. C and Q Bridge Club Has Guest Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., was a guest yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Utho Barnes was hostes, members of the C and Q Bridge Club at her home. Mixed garden flowers were arranged about the Barnes home where bridge was played following a dessert course. High score prize went to Mrs. Maurice Sanders, second high to Mr.s. Louis Partridge and brldgo to Mrs. John Edwards. ham of Stecle. „„.„. , Miss., accompanied by her grand- Mrs. M. O. Hoeggen of Sylvania, I daughter. Miss Anita Wroten Me- j J . .1 hio, formerly of Blytheville, arriv- i Waters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. /I * I /-'6 Q[-_ yesterday "lor a ' visit with her'c. L. McWaters, arrived today from sister. Mrs. Eula Rutledge and oth- Long Beach, Calif., where they have er.relatives. spent the past two months. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gosa have '• Langston will be the guest here for named their son, born last Thurs- j the next week of her daughters. Adding a little sugar to the wa- helcl Sept. 4 for members and their j | cr w ], cn you coo ^ 0]( j vegetables, the business meeting restores 'their sweetness. day at Wails Hospital, Henry Everett Gosa. Jr. The couple also has "."'i' 1 a daughter. Vickie Lynn, who is two. ; , . ! Boone Hall, who has been 111 at 1 his home on Chickasawba Avenue for the past three weeks, was removed last night to Walls Hospital for rest and treatment there. Lt. (Jg.i and Mrs. Robert Stair and children, Bobby, Carolyn Sue and David, of Pensacolo, Fla., are visiting here as guests of Mrs. Stair's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Melson and family. Mr.s. A, Harman Taylor nnd daughter, Miss Vivian Taylor, spent Mrs. McWaters and Mrs. G. O Poetz, and her son, Charles C. Langston, and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson announce the birth of a daughter yesterday morning at Walls Hospital. The baby, who has not yet been named, has two brothers, Tommy and Brent. Dr. and Mrs- F. L. Husband, who have been living at 1100 West Hearn, have moved to 400 Park. Mrs- J. D. McDowell left this afternoon for Mangham. La., where she will spend three weeks as guest of her sisters. . pus wardrobe-sew a clever biuon- refreshments to her front jumper or a youthful collared I •"'• v dress all from the same pattern Then wear together or separate to suit your mood. Pattern No. 8988 is a sew-rite per- Jorated pattern In sizes 11, 12. 13, 14. 16, 18. Size 12, dress, short sleeve, S'l yards of 45-inch; Jumper, 4 yards. For this pattern, send 30c In guests. sired, nnd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 \V. Quincy St, Chicago 6, 1U. Basic FASHON for '53, Fall and Winter, Is a complete guide In planning a practical, sew-simple ward- -obe. Gift pattern printed inside the £ Ui W1J3 pane.11, .^i-i.u -"" --- -•---• COINS, your name, address, size de- I book. Send 25 cents toc »>J'-_ AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 3.m and 4 p.m. for KHz i Koxy Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:20 p.m. for Starvue. 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