The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 17, 1950
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PAGE FOUR (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 1^ 19M Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Lit lie To Many ! Andrew Cecil Oliver, Jr. .','Th'e engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Nancy Lcves- n,ue Little, ol Memphis, daughter of Hamilton-Evrard Llt'.le of Memphis nnd the late Mrs. Little, to Andrew Cecil Oliver, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cecil Oliver of Rcvilo "Plantation, Proctor, Ark, was announced recently by Hie bride- elect's father. Miss Little is a frequent Blythe- ,'vllle visitor In the homes of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. .Little of Falrficlds, and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, Sr. •;s She was graduated from St. '.Mary's Episcopal School In Memphis where she was president of the French Club and a member of. '^Twenty-One Club. She attended -.Vanderbiit University and was •graduated from Southwestern, Memphis, with honors in French. ', Wliile at Southwestern she was a • member of Delta Delta Delta sornr- Mty having served as chairman and '."corresponding secrelary. She wis vice-president of Alpha Psi Omegi national honorary dramatics fra- U«rntty, society editor of the Sou'- ivester, served on the staff of the Lynx and was a member of Torch, senior women's honor organlzati ,1 *." Following her graduation from Southwestern she studied at Hie Institut de Phonetique of the Sor'. bonne at Paris, France. '" Mr. the grandson of Mrs "'William Tucker of Memphis nnd Rlpley, Tenn. He graduated from • Battle Ground Academy at Franklin, Tenn., where he served n: : .president of the senior class. '.' He attended Georgia Institute o: 'Technology at Atlanta, where hi was a member of Sigma Alpha Ep -silcm fraternity. He received his de ' gree In business administrate ;jrom the University . of Arkansas • During the war'he served two year • with the Infantry and is now asso 'elated with his father in the opera tlon of extensive farming interest In eastern Arkansas. '/ Plans for the wedding will be an "nounced later. NEAT DAYT1MER Jack Rawlings President Of Variety Supper Club Jack Rawlinps Is the newly elected president of the Variety Club, a Blythevillc supper club. Mr. Raw), ings was elected at a meeting of the group Saturday night In the Jaycee room. Hosts and hostesses for tile eve- • Miss Damon Honored ;At Crystal-Silver Showei ;. Silver was the chosen theme to y,the crystal and silver shower give ;liwt night in 'compliment to Mis T r Btllie Dam'on, bride-elect of Jame '(-M. Barnes. Hostesses for the affair '•;wer» Mrs. Maurice Sanders and * Mrs. Eiwood Deen. The affair, xm'luch is one of a series honoring •j;MIs3 Damon, was given at the ?6anders apartment in the Ingram ••Building. ^'~ The guesU spent the evening In %Jormal entertainment with prizes ;r'being presented during the even- Ylng to Miss Alma Gain, Mrs. James .;NIer5theimer, and Mrs. Earl Dain:'on. ', A miniature bride and groom top• ped the tiered wedding cake which '"rested on one end of the . lace ! draped dining table from which ^.refreshments were served. Comp' letely encircling the base of the •j'cake were loops of greenery. '-- Arranged on the other end was ':'* cutglass punch bowl. A low silver ''.bowl holding Dutch Iris and bright ...yellow jonquils centered the table. •*' Silver candleabra holding lighted .iWhite tapers flanked the JVwal • arrangement. Further complementing the chosen themo were silver ^'compotes holding party foods which 1 were placed throughout the rooms. ••- Miss Damon, who wore for the "occasion, a golden shaded gabardine frock with brown, velvet trim • and reptile accessories', was show- 'er«d with silver and crystal from l.the group. She pinned Dutch iris V at her shoulder, a gift of the hosl- f/esses. '.„ Special guests for the occasion -were Mrs. Earl Damon, mother of "'the bride-elect nnd Mrs. Otto iscrapc, sister of "Mr. Barnes. •First Birthday Feted :,With Party for 14 Guests "» The first birthday of Ronnie Ben. fnett, son of Mr. antl Mrs, "Pete 1 vk Bennett, \VRS obsei vetl .Ian. i: /•when 34 little guests were invilci 'to his home for an afternoon o 'igames. '-i Following the informal entertain ';meut, g\f\s were presented Ronnie ' nfter which the pink and blue birth- cake, topped with one pink can- : "dle and candy letters, "Happy Bhth- 1 'day Ronnie." was cut nii(i served Twith pink jcllo. During the afternoon favors nf •pink and blue balloons were prc- jeented. ;; Mrs. Bennett was assisted during - the afternoon by Mrs. E- L. Bennett, grandmother of the guest of honor. By Sue Burnett This young, I la tiering daytime dress is certain to win you a wealth of compliments." Snmrtly styled with, unusual novelty buttons trimming the waist and pockets. Have short or three quarter sleeves. Pattern No. 850C is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sl7/.'s 12, 14, 16, ]8 and 20 Size 14, short sleeve, ! yards of 39-inch, For this pattern, send 25 cents, Jn COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News, nine were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hughes ana Mr. nnci Mrs. James Nebhut. In the election Mrs. Hob Jtinil son was cleciod vice-president; Mrs Isaac McKay secretary and K. Halsell. treasurer. Partners lor the box supper we. selected by split song titles. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. lio land HLshop, Mr. and Mrs, G. A Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wntson Mr. and Mrs. K. T. lllnton of Tus caloosa, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Haroli Hamby of Cariithersvillc, Miss Je,ii While and Elmer Haynes of Tupcl( Miss. Jackie Sue Hardin Feted On Third Birthday Twelve guests K'ere Invited to Ih Tom Hardin home on Moultri Drive Saturday afternoon to cele-' hrate the third birthday ol Jackie Sue Harrlfn. Jackie Sue, who was dresser! in a pink' frock, greeted the guests as they arrived for the afternoon of games. Prizes were presenter! nc- wayne Lee Tuiker and Don Tuiker. Oifts were presented the honoree alter which the large white birthday cake which topped the refreshment table was cut and served with lee, cream to the guests. During the afternoon favors of mlnature plastic toys were presented. Mrs. Hardin, mother of the honoree, was assisted during the afternoon by Mrs. Ralph Caudle. Bits of News * WE, THE WOMIN By Roth MIHelt, NEA •tall WrlUv Mr and Mrs. Charles nay Newcomb and infant daughter, Betty, spent yesterday In Memphis where jetty underwent a check-up by a specialist. Mr. and Mi*. L. G. Lawrence and Mr. and Mis. C. P. Franklin a>™ son, James Carter, left last night for (heir home in Maylieltl, Ky., after spending several days here as t-uests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Grand How to Silence That Old 'Inefficient Housewife'Talk and family. Mrs. K. B. Thomas, Cluirc . . Ruble and Mrs. O. E. Kiuidscm, attended the play, -Private Lives' starring Tallulah BiinKlicail Saturday in Memphis at. Hie Auditorium Mrs. Roy S. Turner, Mr. and Mrs T. L. White »:t' spending today in Any husband who reads one of*those efficiency experts' articles saying how Inefficient the average lousewife Is and then has the nerve /> show it to his wife deserves the following treatment: 'Yes, dear. J know I could get my tfork done more efficiently. That man Is SO right. •Now the washing would take about half, the time If we bought a completely automatic washer AND drier. That drier would save an Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday BWC Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist church meets for Royal Service program at 7::30 p.m. Alpha Wednesday Delta Cha'tcr of Beta Memphis. Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch lelt Sim- day for Mexico City where ahe will spend a two week's vacation. Stic will be joined in Fayettevllle, Ark., on Jan 23 by Mr. Wundcrllch to attend Ihe graduation of their daughter, Miss Donna Wundcrlich. from tlic University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Tory and son, Robert, were the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs Sam H. Wimcrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holt and son, have returned to their home in Oxford, Miss., after being the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. Jerry Bryant of Harrisburg. Pa., formerly of Dlylhcville will be the overnight guest tonight of Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Wyalt Cook and family left this morning for their home In Miles City, Montana after spending several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Elliott of Pine BUift were Ihe guests yesterday ol their nephew. Floyd Haralson, anc Mrs. Haralson. Mr. Elliott returned home today, but Mrs. Elliott wil remain for a few days. 530 South Wells Street, Chlcnga 1. The Spring nnrt Summer KASH- 1ON offers many ideas for a smart new wardrobe. Special fnbric edition—more American Designer Originals—easy to se w styles—gift GEO Club Plays Bridge At T. M. Caraway Home Mrs. T. H. Caraway was 1to.slc.SK night at her home to members of Ehc OEO Club. In the bridge game Mrs. James Rogers won high and Miss Jcltyc Claire Huffman bridgo. During the evening Mrs. Caraway served a dessert course. pattern printed inside. 25 cents. Judy Lyu Porter Feted With Party for 12 Guests "And Sigma Phi mccUs in Colonial (loom of Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. Hostes-se,<> are Mrs. Joe Davis and Mrs.! Henry Dodd. Mrs. H. G. Partlow entertains Club Eight. Mrs. G- G. caudill hostess to Town and Country Club. Thursday C. and M. Birthday Club meets with Mrs. Phillip Applcbaum at 7 p.m Nu Phi Mn sorority meets with Miss Jane Shelton at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. W- A. SUckmon entertains Thursday Night Club. Avalon Bunco Club meets with „ . . ,,r, - - j Mrs. Buss Kettinger. Could Help a Lot i Mrs Elva Poe hostess to von know, r do a lot of thpvi] i c Rcok cm ta. awful lot of ' walking, stretching, watching the clouds to see if it looks like rain or not, etc, "And we really should have & gadget in the sink to take care of the garbage. And, of course, as electric dishwasher. I could cut down hours a week if I had those, "And I've Just realized how much unnecessary work T do hanging up the clothes you leave laying around the bedroom and bathroom. "Starting tomorrow you co-operate with me. Ml have a place for everything and you be sure to put everything back in^its place. DJy- driving that could be «»t out. If we worked -it { f . T think we could ar- ge a schedule so that you did a ot of the errand running on your way name from the office. Come to hink ol It. it is kind ol foolish for me to make a special trip down own for something when you're down town every day—especially when it's something tor you. "Yes, the more I think about It the more I believe I'm not doing my jar- a* rfticiently as I could. "On yon lunch hour tomorrow why don't you go in and make a down payment on a dishwasher? "It WfLild save me a trip to town —and goodness knows how many hours a week at the kitchen sink. 1 If that doesn't , make your husband wish that , efficiency expert had kepi his big month shut, nothing Will. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs W. B. Mayo. Mrs. John Foster hostess to Double Four. Mrs. C. A. Cunnfngnnin hostess to Mid-Week Club. Friday CBC complimented by Mrs. J, J ookston. Mrs. Loy Welch entertains Fri- dav Contract. ladies Bible Class nf First Methodist Church meets at home of Mrs B. M. Matthews at 7:30 p.m. for .social ' and business meeting. Mis Emma Burney and Mrs, W, I. Denton co-hostesses. Past Matrons and Past Patron: club meets with Mr. and Mrs. Wi! bur Wahl, 227 Dougan, at 7 p.m. fo polluck supper. The second birthday of Judy Lyn Porter, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Porter, was celebrated Saturday afternoon with a parly for 12 little guests. Pink and white was the chosen color scheme with balloons of the chosen colors amassed througnout he home. The afternoon waws spent Informally after which gifts wwcrc prc- ented the young guest of honor. The Awhile birthday cake, which entered the refreshment.table, top- :cd with two tiny pink caudles rested on a musical stand which _ slowly •evolved playing "Happy Birthrtsy.'' 2ake and ice cream were served he guests, During the Afternoon favors of miniature harmonicas tied in ribbons on which was Inscribed each guest's name were presented ns fa- Colvary Circles Have Missionary Program Circles One, Two nnH Five of Calvary Baptist WMU met nt the church yesterday for a Missionary program. Twenty-six members and two visitors, Mrs. Lehman Bounds were present. j The meeting was opened with the singing of the WMU song. "Christ, for The World We Sing," followed by prayer by Mrs. Falte Bratton. Mrs. Luclan Galnes presided ovr- a brief business meeting after wbicli Mrs. Henry McCain presented the program, "Playing Fair With Others." ' Those participating on the program were Mrs. Buck Germany, who presented the devotional, "To Whomsoever Much Is Given," after which Mrs. J. E. F.ngtaml discussed "Advance in 1950." Mrs. Darryl Lunsford discussed. "Every Baptist A Tither," followed by Mrs. Sam McGec's tnlk on "50-50 by 1050." The closing prayer was led by Mrs. Carey Prultt, Mrs. Pride Reviews Book c or Presbyterian Women Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., presented review of the book. "Cry, the Beloved Country." Alan Paton, yesterday nt the meeting of tlie Women of the First Presbyterian Chuich. Mrs. Ross Stevens, president, presided over the meeting which was held at the church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Pride was R guest with the members. During the afternoon gifts of clothing were presented the members which later will be given to the Cad do Valley Academy. Hostesses for the soclnl hour following were Mrs. F. W. Whitner. School Scene Presented < For Baptist WMU, Guests! Mis. Alvin Huffman, Jr., pre.sent- ec! llic program. "Advance In 1950," as a school room scene for 64 members and three visitors of the First Baptist WMU which met yesterday at Ihc church for a Royal Service Program. The meeting was opened with the repeating of the watchword and singing of a hymn followed by prayer which was led by Mrs. Roy Hciul. Mrs. Ted King presided over the business mrotliiK after which Mrs. Huffman prcKpnlcd the program, Mrs. C. I,. McWalers, Jr., opened I lie morninE exercises with the devotional. "To Whom Much ts Given, Much I.s Rcni'lrcd." followed by prayer Ijy Mrs. Huffman. Mrs. !lard Duvis, as teacher, sang a solo sllowctl by prayer which was said ' Mrs. E. B. Wood son. Mrs Hoy Head explained the sin- in, "50-50 by 1950." The geography lesson was given y Mrs. Ted King who told of for- countries in which the Foreign li.ssion Board was working. Mrs. Shelboiirnc Brewer Rave the lithmetic lesson which was a re- iew of the First Baptist Chu 1949 and told of the number o! hings the co-operation program in- ludcd. Tiir* history ipsson was presentee ; M'ss Cordelia Wllhlto who (lis- ussed, "The Portion \Vc Ciivc," Tl;e meeting was closed by the iiBiiie ol t"e hymn "The Lliht o he World Is Jcsi's." Mr&. Chrvile Jvnns led in prayer. Miss Overman Hostess To YWA Group, Guests The YWA of the First Baptist Church and two guests, Mrs. Ted King nnd Mrs. C. L. Evans, met last night at the home of Miss Bernke Overman for a brief business meeting. Tile devotional was given by Miss Louhell Overman after which a business session was conducted. In the social hour following the hostess served refreshments to the 12 members and guests present. \ At Pne Hospitals Blyihcville Hnspilal Dismissed: Betty May Buckley. City. Sarn Huens, Osceola. Juanitft Williams, City. Ada corttse. Lusora. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. Thompson and bab; City. . Mrs. Joe King and baby, Steels Mrs. Johnson Hostess To Yarbro WSCS Group '"Take My Love" was the program opic given last night, at the mcet- ng or the Yarbro WSCS at the home of Mrs. Johnny Johnson, Twenty-four members were present for the meeting which was opened with ine devotional which was given by Mrs. Elza Wheeler Mrs. Johnson presented the pro- ram after which a business session was Ueld. The group agreed to send a silver offering to the March of Dimes The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Wheeler. In the social hour following the dismissal the hostess served re freshments. , Set out water lor birds in cla. or wooden bowls to prevent frecz ing—or add an old pocket nilrro to reflect warming light. COTTON TWOSOME — Pick a ik'kct; pU'li ;i skirl and blouse—ami ni]'re in Hie know fashionably .[icak ins. The pock el on Mildred ^rrick's cotton plaid skirt Is de- achatilc. The "bat blouse" with !ro]) >; ' -boulders Is wlttte-un-whlte Um Jirling. With it, Mr. John's uc hat. WSCS Group Studies 'Japan" at Meeting Twelve members of the Lake Street WSCS met yesterday at the church to continue the study of the book, "Japan" nnd to conduct a short business meeting. The meeting was opened with th« group singing the Rong. "Jesus Is Always There," Mrs. Billy King, president, presided over the business session E£* ter which the le-sson, "Japan" T^fcf. presented by Mrs. George Shanks and Mrs. George Stilwell. "Christ Makes A Difference" was the devotional which was given by Mrs. C. T. Shamlin. The group was dismissed with the repealing of the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, Mrs. M. F. Day and Mrs. C. P. Rambo. vors. Mrs. B. A. Lynch, grandmother of the lionorce. assisted Mrs. Potter during the afternoon. Pally Scott En tcr lams Intermediate Church Class Pntty Scott wns hostess last night at her home to members of the Intermediate Sunday School Cla-ss of the First Mclhodtsl Church tor the monthly party. The group spent the evening In games, talent shows and informal entertainment. Sue Jobe won the prii:e offered, for the talent show winner. During the evening the served a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. Mi.s.s Mont a Hughes is sponsor of the group. Executive Board At J. Cecil Lowe Home Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe was hostess yesterday nt her home to members of the Executive Board of the Women's Council of the First, Christian Church for a brief busitics-i meeting. Fourteen members and two visitors were present for the meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs, Freeman nobinson. who chose as her subject, "Choosing The Higlit Way." Mrs. W. D. Cobb led in prayer. Mrs. C. A. Tant presided over a brief business meeting after which the hastes* serred refreshments. SALE! 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