The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 19, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ABK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1947 Phone 4461 Shower Compliments Mrs. James Parish Mrs. James Parish, the former ML« Laverne Metzger, was complimented vlth a miscellaneous show- tr last night at the home of her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Taft Mclz- gcr, with Mrs. H. L. Adkisson, Mrs. Jack Adkisson and Mr.s. George Pecry as liostessDs. A mock wedding was the iniitn attraction ot the evening. TnMng part in the weddine were Mrs. Parish,'the bride; Mrs. N. C. Patterson, matron of honor; Mrs. T. R. Watson, Broom; Mrs. Cretin Vincent, best inau; and Mrs. Dyer Garner, preacher. In the contests conducted Mrs. J. H. Adams and Mrs. Rex Hughes won the prizes. The hostesses served a salad plate. • • • • Bridge Club Is Feted By Mrs. Garrard Caudill Mrs Garrsrd Cauldlll wns hostess yesterday afternoon at her hori.c to, members of the Trl- Town Bridge Club and one other guest, Mrs. James \i. Brooks. In the bridge games played during the afternoon Mrs. Dale S. Elites won high and Mrs. Brooks second. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with chrysanthemums In Pall shades. Refreshments ot pic and coffee were served. * * • Diane Halsell Honored With Birthday Party Diane Halsell, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Hnlscll, celebrated her birthday Monday afternoon with a party given by her mother. There were 15 young friends Diane, and their mothers, present for the affair, which was held at Rustic Inn. ' The tables were: decorated with pink and white crepe paper and balloons hunfj from the celling. I The hostess served refreshments of ice cream and cake. Anniversary Celebrated By Mr. and Mrs. Hannon Mrs. Henderson Hostess To Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs, Doyle Henderson was hostess yesterday afternoon to Tuesday Bridge Club members, and one guest, Mrs. C. L. Wyjle, r>t her home. In the bridge games played Mrs. E. Old won high and Mrs. Wylle, second. Entertaining rooms of (he home vere decorated with bouquets of chrysanthemums and snapdragons n vivid shades. The hostcs-s served refreshments of a salad course. « • • -lub Is Entertained By Mrs. Ben M. White Mrs. Ben Mac White Was hostess last night a', her home to members of Ln Nueve Club and two guests, Mrs. Hugh Whitsilt and Mrs. Ru.s- 11 Haynes Farr. In the bridge games Mr.s. Farr won high score and Mrs. Newell \ Jerome, second high. The home was decorated witli bouquets o( white chrysanthemums. The hostess served a dessert course. Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar Fi«W«r-Ro« /$ Announced Today Bridge Club Honored By Mrs. M. G. Goodwin Mrs. M. G. Goodwin was hostess yesterday afternoon to the Bi- Monthly Bridge Club at her home on Ash Street and one guest, Mrs. W. G. Klebler ot Enid, Okla., houseguest of Dr. and Mrs, W. P. Brewer. Mrs. S. P. Martin won high score and Mrs. B. M. Matthews, second high, and the alstr was presented with a gift from the hostess. Fall flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments of sandwiches and iced drinks were servftl. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hannon of Half Moon celebratnt their 51th wedding anniversary Sunday at'the home of their daughter, Mrs. Henry Buck, and Mr. Buck. A son, Harold Hnnnon, Mrs. Hannon and daughter, Jo Ann, were all present for the day. '-Mr. Hannon, 81, and Mrs. Hannon, 75, came to Blythcville In 1898 and have lived in their home at Half Moon for the past 35 years. They have two children, four grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. • « • Beta Sigma Phi Meets In Sorority Club Room Miss Dorothy Jean Higgiiison mid Miss Jet lye Huffman were hostcss&s lust night when the Alpha. Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at the club room, Miss Alice Saliba, who recently returned from her vacation to Syria, showed the members films that she took while there and explainer! about various places she visited. A short business meeting was pre• icicd over by Mrs. Dick Watson, president. The hostesses served refreshments. » * * Mrs. Langston Honors Club Members, Guests Mrs. Sam Owens, Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mrs, William Young were guests last night when Mr.s Charles Langston entertained Club Eight members at her plantation home. When bridge games were played Mrs. Jesse White won the higl score prize and Mrs. Otto Scrape won second. Tire hostess served refreshment; ot a salad plate with iced drinks. Musical Numbers Heard At Auxiliary Meeting Mrs. Belle Wood presented two piano selections at Hie meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary last night at the Legion Hut. Mrs. N. J. Humphrey, president, was in charge of l}\c business .session when members voted to send S25 to the Gift Shop for Disabled. Vctcians In Little Rock. Mrs. H. L. Halsell gave a report on the Poppy Sale and prizes were awarded to the girls who sold the most popples. Jean Phillips won first prize, Elizabeth Lines, second, and Rosemary Monaghan, third. Mrs. Marvin Ijatle read the president's message and Mrs. C. S. Baggclt gave a poem entitled, Thankfulness." Mrs. Louis Zcllcr and Mrs. Edna uisscll were hostesses for the meet- ng. Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mis. Baker Wilson, Mrs Harry Haines and Mrs, Elton JCiiby spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minyard have returned from Birmingham, Ala., where they attended the Alabama- Georgia Tech football game over the weekend. Mrs. A. M. Butt has returned home after spending t',vo weeks in St. Louis with her daughter, Mrs, William Robinson xnd family. She went especially to be there when Mr. Robinson underwent a major operation last week In Barnes Hospital. His condition Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wallin are spending several days In St. Louis, Mo,, on business. Mrs. Harry Kirby spent, yesterday in Memphis. Misses Ruth and Stella Cain spent the weekend in Batesvllle as guests o( Mrs. J. P. Benson ind family. Mitt Betty Jean Fleeman, daughter o[ Mr. and Mrs. E. C: Fleeman of Manila, has become, a member of the Independents Organization At Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., where she Is a freshman. Mrs. Fred Bean left today for Batesvllle, 'where she will spend several days with her daughter, Mrs. John Nicholson, and Mr. Nicholson, Mrs. A. B. Anderson ot St. Louis, Mo., returned home, yesterday after spending several days as guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. D, Ferguson. Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Oldham, Mrs. S. P. Martin and Mrs. Roy Nelson spent today in Memphis. The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cay, Nov. 13 at Bly- thct'llle Hospital, has been named Phyllis Lynn. She Is their first child, Mrs. R. B. Purvis and Mrs. Henry Humphreys spent today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs- E, B. Woodsoil will and Wednctdajr ^ Ethel Ebtrdt enterUJnlnj with a shower honoring Mlu Pando rU WhKworlh, Ijride-eltct. Mrs. Raymond Stringer entertaining C and N. Birthday Club at her home at 7 p.m, Central Parent-Teacher Association meeting In the Young People'* Department of First Baptist Church. Town & Country—Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mri. L. E. Old. Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with tin. Bernard Allen. 2:30 p.m. 20th Century Club at the Hut at 8:30. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlncer Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell, Mr. and MM. Glenn B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McHancy, Mr. and Mrs. Barnex'Crook. Thursday Thcre will be a church Fellowship Supper at the First Christian Church at 6:30 p.m. AD members and their [ricnds are Invited to attend. Burdettc P.T.A. will meet at the school at'2:30 p.m. Mrs. Larry Gammeter and Mrs. A. O. Hudson entertaining with a kitchen shower complimenting Miss Pandoria Whilworth. bride-elect. Pathflndeis Class of First Methodist Church having IrutaDation Banquet at the church at 7:10 p.m. Jolly Eight—Mrs. R. A. Copeland. Thursday Contract—Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. G. N. B.—Mrs. Norvlllc Humphrey. Thursday Luncheon—Mrs. R. K Kirshncr. Octette—Mrs. Loy Welch. Mid-week—Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Friday Chapter N of P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting fith Mrs. Charles Crlgger and Mrs. Freeman Robinson 3» hostess at the Robinson home. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertaining C. B. C. Club members. MLS.S Alice Saliba hosier at her home with party honoring brldes- elect, Miss Shirley Barham andMUj Pandoria Whitworih. Saturday Mrs. Dale Brigss and Mrs. C. V. Scbaugh entertaining with a brunch honoring Miss Shirley Barham, bride-elect, at 9:30 a..-"., at th! Briggs home. Mrs- Frank Owen Sr., Mrs. Frank OSCEOLA, Nov. It... .Mr. and Mrs. E, D. How announce tht marriage of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Louise Ro*c, to Loya D. Fielder, son of Mr. and D. O. Fielder. The single ling ceremony was iltmnliMl Nov. I at the Paraonage of the First Baritl»t, Church with the R«v. Russell J. Clubb, pastor, officiating. Mrs, Fielder vvor* a Unlit brown ballerina mlt with dark brown ac- cetsorlea. She pinned a coraagt ol pink and white carnation* at her shoulder. Mlu Wanda rielder, »Uter of thr bridegroom, was made of honor. She wore a light blue suit with I Way Cast Is Announced 'By Miss Alice Saliba "Hawaiian Paradise Nile", a ])lay. let tpoiuorcd by the Senior Trl- HI-V, will be presented Monday night Nov. 24, In the City Hall Auditorium. Members of the cast will to Mary Jo Eaton. Mary Marcarct Aulen, Jlmmle Frances Clemmom, Louise Sullivan, Paljc RatclKf, Doris Stone, Barbara Salibii, R. C, Allen, Jimmy Henry, Carroll Evans, C. G. Redman and Bobby Dccn. who are furnishing specialty numbers and Donna Bohnnnliig, Aimolla Humphreys, June Stirex, Mnry Dowdy, Christine Austin, Patsy Pope, Mary Jo Ross, Patty Bartholomew, pink and whl(« carnation Cfdl McDanlel served Mr. Fielder us brM nun. Follow hit a brief wadding trip the couple will be at home in Osce- Mrs. Fielder wns graduated from black ««HOrlM and a corsage ol jj, (lie Pca ,| stihvcll. Ann Skclton, and Claj-lece Maxwell, Miss Allcs Saliba, "Y" sponsor said today. Part of the proceeds of this pbv will go for the World Youth Fund. This fund. Is needed to partially help 32 foreign countries restore destroyed by the war. [ Mrs. Eddie Saliba will direct the i play. Gosnell Child Dies Linda Joyce Statum, seven- months-old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. S. D. stalum of Gosnell', died this morning en route to A doctor's office. She had been ill a week with pneumonia. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 P.M. Ill the Holt Funeral Home Chapel by the Hex. Vent Bowlin, pastor of the Pull Gospel Tabernacle. Burial will be In Memorial Park. Other than her parents, she is survived by a brother, J. C., and a sister, Maxlne. Osceola Hieli School and Memphis Y - M ' C ' A ' blllI(i "JBs and oilier School of Commerce. For the past Iaclllllcs wlllch wc|i e damaged and two years, she has been employed by Mlssco Implement Co. Mr. Fielder Is a veteran ol four years In the Navy, two years overseas. He is now employed by Frisco Railway Co. Thanks to Army and Navy photo- recoiinalssance planes during the war, a standard map of the world Is now ready for ilyers. O»cn Jr., MUses Ruth and Ted Ovtn of Memphis entertaining with luncheon at Hotel Peabody complimenting MLss Panrioria Whitworth, bride-elect of Jack owen. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion — 7:3o p.m. Wednesday Girl Scout Lone Troop — 8:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club — 12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors — 2:30 p.m. Friday Football: Senior High Chicks — Playoff Junior High Paps vs. Memphis South Side. Hert. the spend tomorrow In Memphis then go to Little Rock for Tiger-Chick football game. Mr. arjd Mrs. Matt Scruggs and Mr. mid Mrs. C. C. councillc will go to Little Rock tomorrow where they will attend the football game between Blythcville and Little Rock tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edds were in Memphis today where Mr. Edds consulted his physician. Among those who will be in Pine Bluff tomorrow to attend the Shriner Ceremonial • Convention will be Louie Isaacs, Sheridan Ashley, Davfc Halslead. Morris Zellner, Dale Thorn, and Charles Alford. ted with arrangements of Fall flowers. A social hour followed the meeting. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL \dmlttcd: Mrs. Ralph Davis, city. Mrs. Otis Cole. city. Charley Schubert, Stccle, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. Richard Day and Uaby, city. .IETHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. Wilson III, Wilson, a son. E. L. Osceola News Mr. and Mrs. Marshall K. Kline of Cedar Falls, Iowa, are the parents of a daughter born Nov. 10 at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis, she has been named Kclscy Polk Kline. Mrs, Kline is the former Miss Flavla Driver of Osceola. Literary Club Meets At Yf. E. Hunt Home OSCEOLA, ,Nov. 19—Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Mrs. Dwight Blackwood and Mrs. Rube Boyce were hostesse,' yesterday afternoon at the Hunt home to members of the Osceola Literary Club. The guest speaker, Stanley Bentley, was Introduced by Mrs. J. Bunn, program leader. Mr. Bently. reviewed the book, "There Was A Time" by Taylor Caldwcll. One new member. Mrs. Hersclicllc Cottchman. was accepted. The home was beautifully dcconi- Santo Says: Osceola Events Wednesday Osceola Parent Teacher Association meeting Wednesday at 2:30 at the High School auditorium. Soldiers (Jo For 1'els NEW YORK (UP)—Ninety dogs, two cats and eight pigeons arrived at La Guardia Field aboard n Pan American Airways plane from Frankfurt. Germany. They were all pets of soldiers. • r «•)» rrtM* «>trtM tf MONTHLY COMPUUHR Are you troubled by dUtrcM of femule functional periodic disturbances? Does this in like /ou iurt«r from pain, feel so ncrt'oui. tired— nt such times? Then DO try Lydl* E. 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