The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shellon, Society Editor Miss Mann To Wed In Febuavy Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mnnn or Blythevllle are today announcing the cngaB pmell t and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Virginia Mann of Memphis, to Charles Edward Bone, son of Mrs. Thehna Trottman and B. F. Done ol Memphis. The wedding will be performed at 8 p. m. on Feb. 16 at the home of Rev. D. H. Rcnick of Memphis. Music will be furnished by Mir> George Lumm, soloist, and Miss Nancy Calvert, pianist. Miss Margaret Willson will be maid of honor and O. W. Fortncr. brother-in-Inw ol Mr. Done, will serve as best man. A reception will be held at the home of the brlrte's aunt, Mrs. F. I. Benham. Immediately following the ceremony, Miss Mann Is a graduate of Blythevtlle High School and Hnw- kins Business College, Memphis. She is now connected with the Yellow ! Cab Co., of Memphis. t Mr. Bone is a graduate of Mem- i phis schools and is connected with [ the Yellow Cab Co. 17th Birthday Honored With Party For 10 Guests Jerry Lewis, daughter of Mi', and Mrs. C. R. Lewis, was complimented last night when 10 guests gathered at her homo for a surprise birthday party observing her 17th birthday. Assorted hued flowers were arranged in the rooms In which the evening WPS spent in informal entertainment and party games. Prizes were presented to Dorothy nice and Lottie Stilwell. Birthaay cake and ice cream was served from the main dining table •which was centered with a white cake topped with burning pink candles and tiny candy letters spelling out, "Happy Birthday Jerry." Gifts were presented the honorec during the evening. Mrs. Lewis assisted in serving by Patsy Pope and Patty Bartholomew. Mrs. Elkins Entertains theville Rook Club Mrs. O. O. Elkins entertained members of the BlyLheville Rook Club yesterday at her home for the weekly rook game. The members were seated Iti the entertaining room In which was arranged bowis holding mixed Rowers. Mrs. J, O. Huey won high, Mrs. R. A. Copelnnd second high and Mrs. Hoy Head rooko. I mmed ia tely following the g a me, Mrs. Elkins served a salad course with cofTee. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1950 Ely Octette Club Plays At Rose Home The Octette Club was entertained TO WEI>—Miss Virginia Mann of Memphis, daughter of Mr ami Mr.s. Cecil Mnnn of lilyllicvillc, will become tiie bride of Charles Edward Bone of Memphis, in a ceremony to be soiemni/xd Feb. 16 in Memphis. Thursday Niulit Club Meets at Saliba Home Mrs. Wilbur Wahl was a giicst \vith members of the Thursday iit Club when they met as guests of Mrs. J. A, SnJiha at her home on Kentucky. Tall crystal va.scs holding copiously arnrniml gladioli and low vases filled with nandina berries decorated the rooms in which the evening was spent in playing rook. Mrs. Don Haley ion liljjh, Mrs. Barker rooko. During the evening Mrs. Saliba rved refreshments. Mrs. Cook Entertains Double Four, Guest Mrs. Clarence Dowdy was guest with the Double Four Biiclge Club yesterday when Mis. Ed B. Cook complimented tile group at " *r home. Potted plants were placctl in the rooms in which the afternoon game was played. Mrs. Ozzie Henry won high and Mrs. Ivy Crawford second hi:;h. Mrs. cook served her quests H salad course with iced drinks. Avalon Club Meets With Mrs. Hugh Gentry Mrs. John CIou.se won hij!h. Mrs. Bridge At RoSP Homp Frcd MrQre !;o r low nml Mrs. liay- uiius,e m nose nome llloll(1 shnm!ill bunco riurinK > bunco games of the Avulon Cluh yesterday bv Mrs. R. C. Hose at I at lll ° "".•Ming yesterday at the home of Mr.s. HuRh Gentry. Following the game Mrs. Gentry her Hoseland home when .she honored the group for the weekly dessert bridge. Potted plants were arranged in the entertaining room In which the afternoon game was played. High score was won by Mrs. Marvin Nunn and second high by Mrs. Rose. Luncheon Club Honored At Country Club A three-course luncheon preceded the afternoon bridge game of the Thursday Luncheon Club when the group was entertained at the Conn- j try Club yesterday. Mrs. Wallace i Hoke v.as hostess to the members and one guest, Mrs. Dan Bell. ! Immediately following the luncheon which was served from a ong table, bridge was played. Mrs- Blan Hcaih won high ami Mrs. Sanford Boone second high. Mrs. R. C. Rose Fetes Town and Country Club Spring flowers decorated the home of Mrs. R. C. Rose at Roseland Wednesday afternoon when she was hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. During the bridge game Mrs. C G. Caudill won high and Mrs P. D. Foster second hiqh. Light refreshments were served during the afternoon. Mrs. Brown Joins Thursday Rook Club Mr«. Eugene Brown became a new member of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday fit- the group's mer.t- i«S. Hoslcss for the afternoon \\.TS Mrs. Harold Hm.son. Mrs. Cirovcr Wr<-n v.on hiph, Mr;-. Leon Schcrer second hiKh and .\Us Richard Pritchard rooko in the at- lernoon rook game. A sandwich plate and colree ua.v served by the hostess during the afternoon. Potted plant;- HMH; arranged throughout Ihc home. served drinks. a salad plate Iced Three Guesls Meet With Thursday Club Three guMts, Mrs. E. M. RCRIMI- olri, Mrs. E. J. Cure mid Mrs. Hurry Kirby, mot with member.s of ihe Thursday Club yesterday at th,: E. B. Gee home. A three-course luncheon preceding the game \vx-; served Jrorn the iSinina table wliich wa.s centered \vitb a slender vfi.se from \vhich aro-.c white gladioli and srconery. In the iiaine lollcnvlni;. Mis R !•'. Kiishner won high ;imt Mrs. Kirby second hiyh. UDC Has First of -.uiiclieoii-Mcctmgs The Klllott Fletcher Chapter nf the Unitcri iDaiiglUcrs of the Con- fed^i-Rcy met yosterdny at the home of Mrs. J. McM Brooks, Jr., for the first of five luncheon nie'etings of flic year. J *o-hc)stc;v'-e'5 for the occasion were Mrs. Charles Alford. Mrs. Iwc Aclrttiw, Mr.s- John Sniother- runn. Mrs, Ilcjuler-^on Hall and Mrs. Ralph ncrrymnn. The 14 members were seated at the lato covcre<l dinidR table wliich ii centered with a striking ar- rnngonKiib of flume red gladioli and whlsps of wlieat nrrnnKcd in blue lottery howl, Copiously arranged red f,-liu3ioU w n s plncctl roniihout the home, Folio wing luncheon a business session wns condiictccJ by Mrs. Gene Atkinson (hiring <,vhc-ih time a resolution of lose nnd respect for the late Mrs. A. M Butt, long-time member of [he UDC, wa.s reatl. The rnpoit of the purchase of n •:i mini nit home where the UllC annual national coaventioti could be held vv.is made. The home is in Richmond, Va. H was n!?o rc- porLfd that there are only 19 living Confederate veterans 'over 100 years or :ige. Tlie next meeting of the group '.vil! lie held with the Luxora members in April. Mid-Week Club Meets For Luncheon-Bridge Yellow chrysanthemums centered the dining table at which the members of the Mid-Week Club were seated for the luncheon preceding Ihe bridge game at the home of Mrs. Aubrey Con way yesterday. Continuing the yellow scheme was the burning tapers which were placed on either stele of the Horn) arrangement- Following Ihc Uvo-conrse luncheon, bridge was played with high .score bcin? won by Mrs, B. A. Lynch and second high by Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Mary Martha Class Has Potluck Supper-Meeting Christmas cactus floating in t\ crystal bowl centered the dining table of thc> J. G. Barnes home from which a potluck .supper wits served members of the Mary Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church last night. Co-hostesses were Mrs. CX R, Redford and Mrs. W. J. Rogers. Following the buffet style supper, which was served fvom 11 ID late draped table, a brief business meeting w;is held. Presiding over the meeting was Dr. Edna Nics, class president. Group captains for the new year were selected. Prayers during I he evening were led by Mrs. Rogers and Dr. Nies. A review of the book, "The Chain" Paul Weilman, was given by the class teacher, Mrs. W. Marion Williams.. TliG^Tiosiug prayer was led by Mrs."~Alvin Huffman Sr. Mrs. Joyncr Fetes Contract Club, Guest Mrs. F. 13. Joyner was hostess yesterday to members of the Thursday Contract Club and one guest, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, for the weekly meeting. The three-course luncheon prc- ecciiiiR the afternoon bridge was served from individual tables which wfre centered with tiny bud vases I holding yellow roses nnct fern. ; In the bridge game Mrs, Henry Humphreys won hiEzh and Mrs. P. 1 D. Faster second high. Mr.s. Loy Welch, Mrs, Doyle Henderson, Mrs. Jack Gnrrigan. Mrs. Seigbert Jinrie) and Mrs. W. F. McDaniel will attorn! Ihe play, "O:ir Private Lives" starring Tull«lnh Bankhcail Saturday in Memphis at Ellis Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight T. Clayton of Sike.ston. Mo., will arrive tonight to he the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R T, Frisk and family. Mrs Clayton is Mrs. Frisk's sister. Mr. and Mrs, C. F, Tucker have gone to St. Petersburg, Fla.. for several weeks visit. En route thry visited their daughter. Mrs. F. C Halhorn, Jr., and family in Hatlius- l>L>rK, Mi.%s. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Rcvill oi Athens, CJa . are the weekend Riir.sts of their daughter. Mr.s, Sain D Payne, Mr. Payne and family, Mr nnd Mis, lii-vill nlnn to return to then home Tuesday. Mr antl Mrs. Robert Peck fire :pending tod<iv In Memphis. While (hero they will vtolt as Efur.if^ of hcMr daughter. Mrs. W. T. Yowcl!, Mr. Ynwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Murrary Smart am In Chicago where ihev arc attending the national fin-nit 1 're market ;md convention. They plan to return in a week. W. W. Peck left last nipht for Phoenix. Ariz., to attend the funeral of bis father. C. W, Peek, which will I»e held Sunday. Mr, Peck plans to return to Hlythrwilte Tuesday. Miss Kvn Lou Winters of Dvcrs- inirfr, nrw a -st-'dcnt at WilJinm Wciods College. Fulton, Mo. will he the \vcekciul guest of her aunt. Mr.s G. H, Garner and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. B. Jovncr rue spending today In Memphis. lUX'LXT K1EJDK—The marriage of MLSS Wanda Jewel Burre.ss, daughter of Mrs. Maudio Joe Bur- I'ess, to Johnny Wisdom is announced today by the bride's mother. The wedding was ioicmnized Jun. 9 )Ji Osceolji. Miss^Campbell Finalist In U. of A. Contest Miss Juitiinc Campbell, ol Hly- theville, daui;ntei of Air. and Mrs Unwell Campbell, has been namcti as one of lour rinalisls in the contest for (|iieen of the engineering school at the University of Arkansas, Fayetleville. Miss Campbell who j.s a junior, is majoring in business administration. Methodist WSCS Has Program Meeting "The Great Prayers of Tile niblc" was the program topic of the meet- it)K of the Promised Lnnrt Methodist WSCS which met last nluht at the home of Mrs. Thomas Moore. ' Fourteen members and two guesls. Anita Sykes and Mary Ball, were present. ParticipatlnR oti the program were Mrs. Marcus Gallics. M.'s. Calvin Hill, and Mrs. Leroy Henry. Mrs. Henry Young reported on the conference meeting 'xvhich was recently held In Wilson. At the close of the meeting the hostess served refreshments. * WE, THE WOMEN Hi KLI1I MILLET'l S'EA StafT Write/ Ruth Russians W/// Again Impose Death Penalty MOSCOW, Jan. 13— (/Tj — Th deal h penn 1 ly returned yesterday I to Soviet Russian statute books after i an absence of almost two years. The local press published an edict, by the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet decreeing revival of the penalty fur "traitors to the homeland and saboteurs." For other crimc.s Ihe death sentence still will not be Riven. (Speculation al once rose hi London that the return of the death penalty presaged new prosecutions .similar to the 1937 Moscow treason trials,) The Presidium abolished capital impishtnent on May 26, 1947, because, its edict then .said, it was "no longer necessary in peace-time condition." The wife who IK lucky enough _o liave her husband ask her to go along with him on a business trip should rale a repeat invitation it she iives up to the following: One. Forget£ home while she is away from it. Instead of worry ins out loud over how things are going in her absence. Two. Is tolerant of the people her husband introduces her to, instead of being super-critical. Three, Is a good sport about do- ins whatever Die group she finds herself with wants to do. Four- Doesn't keep inquiring about the price of everything. Maybe her husband wauls a little vacation from such worries, Five, Doesn't complain about foot! or hotel service, the weather, or anything else that doesn't meet <r requirements, Six. Kits her plans in with those of her husband, instead of making him juiglc his appointments .so that he can fit in wilt) her plans. No Clinging Vines, PIen.sc •Seven. Can look after herself, so that, he doesn't have to worry about her all the lime. Plight. Doesn't complain if he insists tliat they spend an evening with good old Joe, even though she finds good old Joe and awful bore- Nine. Mak-:s light ol small inconveniences. Ten, Knjoys herself—and acts it. ''You're so lucky." envious wives ho.se husbands .seldom take them ivwhere are forever telling the Ives whose husbands want them £o along wherever they go. But it isn't always luck. More flcn, it's a case of the wife's beinR ikcn along on trips bccavi.se SHE Is ic kind of travel in R companion ho i.s easy to get alonp with and in he counted on to fit in \\ith nv group and be reads 1 for any- B that comes along. TWICE COTTONS—It's a beautiful view—front or back. Designer Tina l.esrr combined plain pink chambray with dotted swistt chiLinhra.v for lier companion sun dress and bathing suit. The cow] ilraprd m-tk anil contrasting hack skirt panel, shnwn In the dress, arc also features <if Ihe bathing suit; while the narrow collar and fitted iniilrirf at the suit are repeated In Ihe ilress. Two designs for ft sun* loving lifn. Rotarians See Film A film on the work of the YMCA in Japan was shown members of Bltyheville's Kotary Club yesterday by J. P. Garrott, city "Y" secretary. E. B. Thomas, chairman of the Chamber of Commerce education committee, appeared before the club and explained the project to turn the Arkansas-Missouri Power Company's refund back to the Bly- tbevltle Sc-hool Board. Guests at the meeting Included Tufl Johnson, of Joiner, and Hays Sullivan of Luxora, Donald DesKin, Jr., was junior Rotarian. Mrs. Burnham Hostess To Yarbro HD Club Eighteen members of the Ynrbro Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at Ihc home of Mrs. L. T. Hunihnm. The guests wcre/Mrs. W. P. Kimbell, Mrs. Leroy Henry and Mrs. Sue Caldwell. The eye opener for the meeting was a hand made tatted satin slip which was made by Mrs. Dave Abbott. Each member answerer! the roll I call by telling what changes she j would like to sec made In the club ^ AngD](a ha ., heon gctllns wa _ | n "" s ' •;?."•„ _ ... ter from the Hiijh Sierra Moun! Mr.s. Wnllrr Barnes gave the <ie- i ..,„. sln __ , qrn rational which was taken from the flrsl chapter of Ruth. This was followed by the rcacHns of the rmern, "The Little Artist," by Mrs. Burn- hani. During the business session presided over by tbe president, Mrs. Eiza Wheeler, group plaps were made for the year's work. Copper plncqiic.i were dclnonstrnt- j eel by Mrs. B. A. Bugg and Mrs. R. j A. Copcland with Mrs, Burnhnm i .showing a flower rack made from a bamboo pole. In the social hour following the group played party Raines with prizes being presented Mrs. Bllgg. Mrs. ; Copeland and Mrs. He-ury. ' During the nrtcnionn, Mrs. Burnham served a dessert course. "I CAN EAT ANYTHING HOW!" So -»-ti(M R. W. WINDROW o( fcxfcdjlt, Tconessce, iflcr IUIUE DR. IX5NDON-S PRESCRIPTION . . . uV new formula foe tclicl of •|>set slcmach— gss flciijicy , , . consli- p«tior\ -and fauky digestion. Many uktf tuffcrcrs find jclicf from DR. LONDON'S. TRY DR. 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Al The Hospitals ni.YTlll-VH.l.K HOSPITAL Dismiss c*d: Gamut Abbott, city. Geraldtne Keeling, city. Ed Brown. Luxora. WAU.S HOSPITAL W. H. Rhoartes. city. Jerry Duniel Gi'issotn, Huffman. Mrs. W. C. Sharp and baby, city. Mrs. Ncval Adair, Rt. 3. Mrs. Naomi Brackin, Manila. Lynn Steven Hopper, city. The mistletoe wa.s worshipped hy the drllids in Britain. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Alpha Delta Chapter at Bets Sigma Phi meets In Room 110 ol Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. MM. Raymond Schmuck, Mra. Zal Harmon, Mrs. Arthur WeljjL and Mrs. J. O. Barnes tntertninl™- at Hotel Noble in the Colonial Room ft'ith a tea-sho\ver Irom 3 to 5 honoring Miss Mary Jo Nabers, brida. elect of Ojcar Elltott, Jr. A SENSATIONAL NEW Home and Entertainment Organ T! 1 HIS is the very latest addition to the world famons family of \Vurliucr Organs. The first electronic organ dcsi.nncil ami cngiiKu-ex! spta/ic.t/tj for the home and cntcnaiiiii:.:ii !:J<Js. 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