The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 16, 1950
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fAGE FOUR BLYTHRVrLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUABY 16, 1050 AlewA Jane SheJton, Society Editor Phone 4401 Parlies Compliment Miss Nabers, Bride-Elect Continuing the scries of pre- hupilai events honoring Miss Mary Jo Nabers, bride-elect of Oscar Ki- Ifott. Jr., was the morning party given Saturday from 10:30 to 12:00 at the M. A. 3«uics home oil Mam. Hostesses to the approximately 40 guests who called were Mrs, Isaacs and Dr Edna Nies. An imported cloth overlaid the refreshment table from which the assorted party footi.s were served. centering the table was a low cryy- t&l bowl filled with white chrysanthemums and Dutch Iris interspersed with feathery greenery. Miss Nabers wore for Uie occasion a Rrty jersey frncl: with grey accessories. She was presented sn- ver from her hostesses, Miss N'abers was again feted when Mrs. W. Marion Williams, Mrs. K. B. Woocisoti. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston entertained at the Williams home on West Main Saturday afternoon. Pink and white was the chosen color scheme with the dining table being centered with a low crystal bowl filled with pink and v;httc .snapdragons, flanked by hurtling pink (apers set in crystal candln- brn. Receiving the Elicits as they entered was Afiss Hosrmary Johnston. ' A heart, outlined in itiRlfne and tied in satin streamers, marked the guests of honor's chair for the occasion. • During the afternoon various bridal games and contests were played vlth prizes being presented Mrs. George Hubhard, Mrs. Grady Magec and the hotioree. : Hand painted dolls dressed In pink satin, in compliment, to the color scheme, holding nil nature nosegayes tied in satin ribbons, were presented as favors to the guests. '. Miss Nabers, who wore for the occasion a frock of tomato red, inade along Paris lines, was pre- •ented silver from her hostesses. Special guests for the nffair were Mrs. J. L. Nabers, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Matt Scruggs, mother o! Mr. Elliott, Reception Compliments Mrs. Ira Ray Gill TORKCOME RKIDE —Miss * c g g y J e a n r o G m R n , a ugh t cr of. Mr. iind Mrs. D. C. Freeman, will become the bride of Pliil E u'gcnc Simmons of Hot Springs in n ceremony to be per former! iu early Spring, M i s s Freeman's enfraKe- m G n t is nn- nomicofl today hy her parents. Mrs. Irn Ray Gill, who was before her recent marriage Miss Eva BcHe Lannuin of osceola, was complimented yesterday when Mrs. T. N. Bennett and Mrs. Udell Newsoni entertained v;itli a reception at the Newsom home. Approximately 60 guests from. Dell, Blytheville, snti Osceolft called from 3 to 5 to extend best wishes to the recent bride. Receiving the guests into the pink and white gladioli bedecked rooms were Mr. B. G. Gill, mother of the groom, Mrs. Newsom, the honorec and Mrs. Bennett. A cutwork cloth, overlaid the refreshment table from which the assorted foods <^-ere served. Centering t he table was a tall crystn 1 vase from which arose pink and white Presiding at the refreshment table were Mrs, Ed Htvrdin, Mrs. Rus•ell Gill and Miss Joyce Gill. Crystal vases holding complementing flowers were placed throughout the home. The honoree wore for the occas- •lon a black tafTcta frock on whicli etie pinned gardenias, a glU of the hostesses. She was also presented silver from her hostesses. • * « Book Review Presented At Alpha Delia Meeting Mrs. W. Marion Willlnms, president of the WMU of the First Bnp list Church, 'reviewed the book "The Chain", by Paul Wellmnn Friday at the meeting of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sipim-Phi. Mrs. Bill Banister was t the group which met in Boom 110 o Hotel Noble. The meeting was presided over b the vice-president Mrs. Barnc ' Crook. Mrs. Crook asked and re ceived a leave of absence. Mrs. An drew Moses wns elected by th group to lill her oitice. Folowini} the book review the hostess served cookies nnd iced drinks. • * » Mrs. Arends Hostess To Dessert Bridge Guests Three tables nf dessert brkl^ 1 ITiiestA were complimented Satnrri.iy afternoon at Hotel Nohle when Mr.s. John Arends was hostess to uio group. Vases of salmon nucd gliuUoH were placed in the room in which the gue.sLs were seated. Tiny bud vasrA holding pink camcllins centered the individual tables. Tn the bridge game, Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon won high. Mr.v A. R- \Vct- enkamp second high and Mr.s, 1L C. Pa^ton, Jr., bridgo. Miss Freeman to Wed Phil Eugene Simmons Mr. and Mr.s. D. C. Freeman are today announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their j daughter, Peggy'Jean, to Phil Eugene Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Simmons of Hot Springs, Miss Freeman Is a graduate of Hot Springs high school and Ss now onncctcd with the Southwestern ell Telephone Co., in Blytheville. Mr. Simmons Is a graduate of akesidc it] Hot SprinEjs and has ist returned from 31 months ser- icc in Germany. He is now collected with his, father in business Hoi Springs. Plans for the early Spring wed- tif; will be announced at a later ate. MAGIC FROM A YARD Vlike Ulley Feled On Third Birthday Approximately 20 Httle guests at- elided the party honoring the third irthdoy of Mike Utlcy, son of Dr nd Mrs. F. E. Utley, which was jiven Thursday .at the Woman's Th e R nests spcn t the a f t ern ooi nformally in the main entertaining oom which was decorated with Tofuslon of assorted balloons. Cen- erlng the mruitel wa.s a low bowl illed with scarlet carnations and reentry. "Happy Birthday, Mike" topped he while birthday cahe which ccn- cred on the refreshment table Tiny Individual cakes ..-anti ice cream were served the -etieM-s. Mrs. UUey was assisieti" by Mrs . S. Atkinson and Mrs. Johr Staples. * • » At The Hospitals Blj-llicvillc Hospital Dismissed: Ruby E. Brogdnn, city. William Jesse Slaton, Stcclc. Mrs. Fred Beard, city. Lorrnine Parsons, city. Ted Ware. Homersvilie, WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Kirkland and baby, city Mrs. U. V. Talley and baby, Steele. Mrs. Max Koonce, Rt. 4. Carol Ann Ponndren. city. Mrs. IlalUc B. Crimper and baby, Route I, \ Bits of News Northern Australia Gets Buffalo Processing Plant SYDNEY. Australia (AP)—A buffalo meat process ing plant may shortly be established in Northern i, Australia. About 17,000 head ol buffalo are shot cacli year In the area between Darwin and the AU1- By Sue Burnett Here's a pretty bib apron tha the easiest kind of sewing—and it requires just one yard of bright fabric in the smaller sixes! Trim with bold ric rae and two sets of buttons. Pattern No. 8553 Is ji sc/ -iUc perforated pattern for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42 and -M. Size 16, I yard of 33-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents. in COINS, your name, addrr.^s size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, lo Sue Burnett, Courier News, .iSO South Wells Street, Chicago 7, III. Send 25 cents now for the Spring nnd Slimmer FASHION, 43 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern pricited Inside the book. Robert I-" Briggs has returned to is home in Tulsa, Okta., after vis- .Ing here for scveial days as guest f his son, Dale Briggs, Mrs. Briggs nd family. Wilma Douglas -sn^nt Hie eekend in Atigusta and Wynne, rk- WhUo in Augusta she was ucst of Mr. and Mrs. Kcinmdy ale. She was the fp'est of larjo VanrialsPin in Wynne. J. SlMiIcy Grc.stcy returned Fri\y fioin Kennedy General Hospl- \], Memphis, where hr- bud beon a Ttient for three weeks. His condl- on is good. Mliss Marguerite Matthews spent ic u-cpkrnd in Memphis as guest relatives. Mr. niu) Mrs. R. W. Vrskn and aiightcr, Amelia, spent Sunday In lis whore they, visited Mrs. rsfca's father. C. Modingcr. who Is patient at Campbell's Clinic. Mr 'oilhiKer'A condition is much im- oved. Mr, ami-Mrs. G. G. Hi'bbard lefl uulay for Cliicngo where they will ff?mt the national furniture niar- ct. Fred Fleoinan returned today ojii Campbell's Clinic, Memphis here he had hnon a patient since f*y. Mr. FlcctnaT). who un- nrsvent a minor operation on his and, Is much improved. Mrs. Flee- an has been in Memphis with m, Condition of Mrs, G. n. Hamnock who broke her hip in a fal nturdny at her home o n Walnut satisfactory. Mrs. Hammock was c moved by ambulance Saturday tc Campbells Clinic, Memphis when he will undergo an operation, tbi flernoon. Mr. Hammock, Mr. an< Jrs. G. D. Hammock. Jr., and Gor Hammock are with her. Mrs lammoctc, Jr., will remain will icr for several days. Mr.s. B. F. Gay left Saturday fo St. PeUrsburp. Fla.. to spend tw nonths as guest of her sister. Mrs r. W. White. En route Mr.s. Gay • ipending several days in Memph with hei son, B. F. Gay, Jr., an 'aniily. Gregg Ham mode, .son of Mr. an Wrs. G. D. Hninmock, Jr.. Is spend ng several days In little Rock ?cest of hts Riamip'arents, T^^r. an Mrs. W. J- Rii;ncy. Mr. an<l Mrs. E. D. Russell { Memnhls were the Sunday gucs of their dnuEhter. Mrs. R. E. Van Hooker. Mr. Van Hooscr nnrl famil Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wctenkam and dauchter, Terry will leave to morrow for Memphis to make the Diie. Mrs. Cecil Earls was returned her home todny from Cnmpbcl Clinic, where she underwent a m\n or operation several days ago. Hi condition Is satisfactory. Jim Lowe, son of Mr., and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, has been pledged to Eta Sigma Phi. honorary fraternity for belter reading at Washington University. St. Louis. Mr. Lowe was selected with several others from the Latin class. Among the Blytheville resident? attending the play "Private Live. 1 " in Memphis Saturday were Mrs. Elton Kirby, Mrs. Hurry W. Halncs, Mrs. C. W. Alflick. Mrs. \V. A. AI- fllck. Mrs. W. L, Horner. Dr. and Mr.s. J. E. Bensley, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendlcr, and Lnuis Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burns and Mr. and Mrs. Erby Lcdbetler spent Sim- day in Memphis where they visited Mrs, Burns' sister, Mrs. Agnes Lane who Is a patient at Baptist Hospital there. Tier condition Is improved Condition of Mickey Daley who 1ms been 111 for several days at the home of his grandparents, Mr. nnc Mrs. H. E. LaShot is much improved. Mickey Is visiting here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Daley and sister, Patty, from Soaj: Lake, Wash. Mr. and Mr.s. G. H. Hammonc: of Memphis were the wcekenc truesf.s of Mr. and Mrs. George C fusion and family. Up Their Sleeves: Spring Spcc'Uc»l:ir slcrvcs ;irc the thanffinp .silhouette's ablest ally. The "lulip.s" er Icfl) curry lullne^s tu the top of a while doeskin suit \vilh jj; :| in and lurj-f rovers. The dr:iped cuffs <m full push-un sk-eves Uuucr I tlramati/.e ;i coat dress of while piqur. Ths "laninilKiile" sleeves I Irimnicd \iith cnllnti fringe (center) wijiR out frnm the deep yoke of a prayi i dress. A "shish NC:HII" risi-s from slccvrs of (lame c.'i>lorctl jacket (riglit)j Coming Events ' Social Calendar First Methodist Glides meet— ircle One. Mrs. Roland Green; Circle TWO. -Mrs. J. L. Glinn; Circle Three, Mrs. Charles digger, Jr.: Circle Four, Mrs. G. G. Hllbbard; 3irclc Five. Mrs. R. A. Nelson; Uirclc Six, Mi's. James Hill, Jr.; Uircle Seven, Mrs. A. R. Olsen at ! p.m. Weslej'an Service Guild of First Methodist Church meets for Study course with Mrs. Jiiek Owens at 3 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. W. T. Rainwater entertains La Micve Club. Til-Town meets witli Mrs. Gene reaford hostess. Mrs. Max Reid entertains Tuesday Bridge. La Petite meets with Mrs. J. F. Montandon. BWC circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church meets for RoyixJ Service program at T::30 p.m. Wcclnesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets in Colonial Itoom of Hotel NoWc at 2:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Joe Davis and Mrs. Henry Dodd. Mrs. H. G. Club Kight. with Mrs. Phillip Applebaum 7 p.m. Nn Phi Mu sorority meets Mi-s Jane SheUon at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. W. A. Sttckmon enter lain.? Thursday Nigtil Club. Avalon Bunco Club meets with Mrs. Buss Kcttingrr. Mrs. Elva I'oe hostess to Blytheville Rcok Chib. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Mrs. John Foster hostess to Double Four. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hostess to Mid-Wcek club. Frlilny CBC complimenlcd by Mrs. J. J. ookston. Mrs. Loy Welch eiilci tains Fvi- day Contract. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets at home of Mrs. B. M. Matthews at 7:30 p.m. for social and business meeting. Mrs. Km in a Burncy and Mrs. W. I. Denton co-hostesses. Past Matrons and Pfist Patrons club meets with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl, 227 Douyan, at, 7 p.m. for potluck supper. at Livestock with NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., Jan. 1C—i.'l'i — <USDA)Hogs 11,500; yetive fully 50 higher thnn ave- ruge Friday; instances up more; hulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs 16.25-17.00; to]) 17.00 freely for choicclBC-210 li>s; most 250-270 Ibs lS.50-Ui.QO; few to 16.25; 210-350 lll.s W/l5-l5.50's HO-170 Ib.s 15.0016.75; 100-130 Ib pigs 13.00-1-1.15; <?oo(t and choice sows 400 Ibs down 13.00-75; heavier sows 11.50-12.75; few down lo 11.23; stags 8.50-10.50. Cattle 5000; calv-ts 600; few medium ami good steers steady at 24/75-20.25; cows active and 25 to 50 higher; common and medium beef cows 15.00-17.00; eanners and cutters 12.50-15.00. British Find More Cars Can Mean Worse Roads LONDON (AP)—The number of lutor vehicles in Great Britain has iiereased by nearly a million since 938, but the condition of the coun- ry's roans is deteriorating rapidly, he British Road Federation an- In 1038 3,094 molor vehicles were eglstcred in Great Britain. They lave increased to 4.016,000 in 1940. •rivatc cars now total 2.107,000 ' compared with 1.914.000 In 1938. Partluw entertains Mvs. G. G. CiUlrtiU hostess lo Town ind gator River, 150 miles eastwards. Hunters take only the hides, leaving,? to rot. The company intends to the bulfalo carcases into boncmcal, lucntmcal. ami fertilizers. ALL LOCALTALENT Interested In Appearing In A Show Call 6-9-8-3 Between 1 & 4 p.m. Box Omcc O|icns 6:-tS Jllrgnin Nt£hl Kvery Night Except Saturday No passes honored nn Sunday M The ROXV Wise Mothers FIND NEW For STUFFINESS, COUGHS of COLDS mothers know how rcaUy erftctivc Vicks VapoRub ia when you rub it on. 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