The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 5, 1950
Page 3
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER B, MM BI.YTHKVTU.F. PAGE FIVE /\leuf4 Jftti* Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Tea at White Home Fetes Bridal Couple A tei at which 80 guests called Sunday afternoon from 4 to « was given at the Floyd white home feting MU» Rosemary Johnston and James M. Williams, jrV who will rrled Sept. 16. »nd Mrs. Dick White, John White and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White were hosts and hostesses for the occasion. Varl-shided asters In a low bowl topped the outwork draped refreshment table from which the assorted party foods and Iced drinks, were served. Alternating at the table were Mrs, Freeman Jernigan, Miss Arden Ferguson and Miss Betty Black. Blending bouquets of summer blossoms were placed around the rooms of the home. A ballerina length gown of red and white plaid silk organdy was worn by Miss Johnston. The hosts ana hostesses' presented the bridal couple with silver. Specla. guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. s, Johnston, parents of Hie bride to be and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams, parents of Mr. Williams. Out of. town guests were Miss Peggy KliuEler of Atlanta. Ga houseguest of Joe Ferguson and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson and Lloyd Smith ot Kansas City. Mo,, guest of Miss Virginia Swearengen, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Swearerigen, Sr. Reception at Church Fetes Students, Faculty oxlmateiy 125 guests attend- reception Sunday night at the Dell MethodUt Church feeing six members of the church who will leave soon for colleges, and new faculty members of the Dell system. Mrs. Noble Gill headed the receiving line which greeted the guests a-: they arrived at the floral bedecked entertaining rooms. Others in the line were Miss Annette Whistle who will attend SMU at Dallas, Tex.; Misses Bonnie Lou Sheppord and Charley Ruth Blinkenihip who will attend Ijndenwood, St. Charles, Mo.; and Misses Christine Dobhs. Ella May Dixon and Charlene Armstrong who will be student* at Arkansas State, Jonesboro. New faculty members completed the line. Chrysanthemums, gladioli and KKM wert arranged In a tow bowl to form a centerpiece for the linen laid refreshment table from which party foods were served. Mrs. Ej H. Hall, assisted by Mrs. O. E. Huiinl- cutt, Mrs. Helen Saunder and Mrs. Mavis Settlemtre presided over the table. Throughout the evening L. T. Mo«e, Jr.; presented a musical pro- enR. Miss Blankenship and Miss Ann,McDermott presented several vocal selections. A reading was given by Miss Whistle. Each of the feminine honored ruests who will leave soon for achools, were presented corsages tied In ribbons ot their respective school colors. * * i * Guests Attend Meeting Of GEO at Huffman Home Mtas Ann Crook of Houston, Tex., houaeguest of her mother, Mrs. J. E. Crook, and Mrs. W. H. O'Kecfe were guest* 'last night with members of the GEO Club for the weekly des- •ert bridge. MUs Jettye Huffman was hostess at her home on West Walnut for the meeting. Mrs. Ray Whittlngton won high •core in the bridge game, with Mrs. O'Keefe winning second high and Mr». Joe Evrard, bridgo. as Entertain PasF Matrons, Patrons Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba entertained 16 members of the past Matrons and Patrons Club at their homt Friday evening with a potluck supper. A outwork cloth overlaid th* .dining table from which the assorted food» were served. Mixed flowers in a low bowl centered the Uble. Following supper, Mri. Sallb* conducted a brief business session after which the remainder of the evening,was spent In playing rook. Mr*. Holland Akin won high score for the women with Ous Eberdt winning high for the men. Ralefch Sylvester, won rooko. Coleman Family Has Reunion Members of the J. R. Coleman, family, other relatives and friends met Sunday afternoon at the Coleman home In the Ixme O»W Cufi- munity for a family reunion. 3*^ twenty guests spent the i(- teMAn Informally following the luacheon. Mrs. William Raymond Lane Miss Reed [s Married To William R. Lane Announcement Is being made today by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reed of Blytheville of the marriage of their daughter, Miss Martha . Kathleen Reed, to William Raymond Lane son of Mr. and, Mrs. Herman Lane also of Blytheville. The ceremony was performed May 20 In Piggott, Ark. The bride was dressed In a stree length dress of navy, with which she wore white accessories. Mrs. Lane was graduated from Luxora High -School and attended Harding College. Searcy. She Is now employed at Montgomery Ward ant Is a member of Epsllon Sigma Al pha social sorority. ' Mr. Lane attended Blytheville schools and Is now connected with the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. The couple will make their honr in Blytheville. ' • • • V\rs. H. Thompson Heads YWFMS Mrs. Harold Thompson was nam ed chairman of the YWFMS of til First Church of the Nazarene las evening at the annual election con ducted by the night chapter whic: met at the church. Others officers named were Mrs Boy Gaines, vice-chairman; Mis. Doris Payne, secretary; Mrs. Da Roberts, treasurer; Miss Oertrud Jeffries, publicity chairman; Mis Charlene Cameron, assistant pub llcity chairman, and Miss Marj Louise O'Brien, study chairman. The group agreed to gather a bo of articles to send the Rev. A. O Hendrix, who is doing mission wor in Barbados. British West Indies. , Tlje meeting was 'closed 'with pray er by Mrs. Lawrence Poole. Mrs. Reen Joins Emrnanuel WMU Mrs. Harley Reen met as a n member yesterday afternoon wit the WMU of the Emmanuel Baptis Church and four guests, Mrs. R: L Hawkins, Mrs. ollie Gaines. Mr Irwin Alexander and Mrs. Beula Miller. Mrs. orady Goff was hostess s her home to the group. Mrs. Hawkins opened the mee ing 'with a prayer after whic Mrs. Claude Duncan presented th devotional. A community missions committe composed of Mrs. Virgil Dougl Mrs. R, V. Oaines, and Mrs. Go was named. Following the business sessio refreshments were served by Mr Goff. Bits of News Mrs. Everett Grimes' and daugh- r, Linda Kay, left Thursday for orrance, calif,, they will go from lere to Seattle, Wash., to join lelr husband and father, Bectrl- an's Mate Third Class, Everett rimes, Mrs. Grimes and daughter ill temporarily be at home eattle. Roger mm left last night for olla, Mo., where he will begin his udles as a freshman at the Mlss- url School of Mines. Miss Peggie, Kllngler of Atlanta a., Is 'the houseguest of Joe Feruson and his parents, Mr. and Irs. Joe Ferguson and family. Mrs. Damon McLeod returned esterday from Kentucky Lake here she had spent a week at the imily cabin. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bolln nd son, Michael of Helena, were he weekend guests of Mrs. Holm's mother, Mrs. O. A. Corlew and sis'- er. Mrs. Francis Hardesty and fam- 'y. Mrs. Charlie Ozter and Mrs. Laura Webb of Mobile, Ala., are pending this week here has guests if Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrum. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch left oday on a tour of Rotary Clubs to ontimie Mr, Lynch's duties as dis- rict Rotary Governor. Mr. Lynch 111 address the Forrest City club olloweri by a visit to the Helena lub. They will return to Blythe•Ule tomorrow night. Last evening Mr. Lynch, who was accompanied ->y his son, Louis, spoke to the Earle club. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berry returned their home in Memphis yesterday after having been the weekend guests of Mrs. Berry's mother. Mrs. Fanny Llntzenlch and Mr. Berry's larents. Mr. and Mrs. z V Berry of Manila. Miss Ann McLeod left today for ilenvphLi to spend several dayr as guest of her sister, Mrs. Warren Price, Mr. Price and family. Roy Halsell, Larry Daniels. J. A. oyd and Eugene O'Brien returned yesterday from a tour of seven lorthern states where they visited plants in Ohio. Indiana, Illinois. West Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri and Kentucky; while In Lexington, :hey visited the University of Ken- :ucky. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hungerford of Dyersburg were the guests ot Mr. Hungerford's sister, Mrs. O. N. Forrest and family last week. Mrs. H. H. Hpuchlna is in Ches- .er', Pa.. . where she accompanied her nieces. Connie and Cathey.Hen- drickson.' to Iheir home. 'They" had spent two months here as guests of their "aunt. Mrs. Houchlns and family and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Muir. F. H. Rebstock has been returned to his home from Memphis Baptist Hospital where he had undergone treatment and observation for week. Mrs. Pearl Hires, Mrs. Lendennie Fowler and Atr. and Mrs. J. C. Ozment are striding today in Memphis. They went especially to be -Courier News Photo E.N'SE.MBI.K IS COMPLETED—Miss Luclla Barnes is shown with Mrs. Obcnr Fendler at the Edythc Shop as she completes her selection of the laicst fall fashions which she will model In the Junior Service Auxiliary Style show Friday afternoon at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Fendler, who is president of the Auxiliary, holds a coat to top the suit worn by Miss Barnes. Meeting Held nHarpoleHome Thirteen members of th* ChrU- Women'j Fellowihlp of th* rst Christian Church met jretter- y ifternoun at the home of Mn. n Hanwle, with Mrs. Pnemut Robinson, co-hosteM. Mrs. Rupert Cr»fton, prwldent, resided over th« tneetlnf during hlch It was trmounced that th* oup had been Invited to th* Metn- hls home of Mrs. A. R. Weten- amp lor the October raMtlnf. Th* uncheon meeting will be held Oct. 3. Mrs. Jnmea Terry wt» program 'nUer (or the afternoon. She dl- ected the program, "Worklnf To- ether With God" tulitad by Mr*. ohn Vutntlt. Mrs. L. L. Ward, Mr*. «ster Stnibhar, Mrs. O«org« Baram and Mrs. Russell Kayi. Worship leader was Mn. Albert 'aylor, who was assisted by Un. "reeman Robinson. In conclusion, Mrs. Stnibhar urged 11 the members to attend the on* lay convention to be held at Corang, Sept. 29. Refreshment* were «erved. : • —Courier Newi Photo LAST MINUTK DETAILS—Discussing the right accessories to complete t the smart fall costumes to be shown al the Junior Service Auxiliary style show to be giver, Friday at, Hotel Noble are (lett to right) Mrs. Williard H, Pease, Mrs. Lloyd stickmon and Mrs. Gage Clark. Mrs. Pease will serve as commentator for the show, and Mrs. Stickmon will model. Mrs. Clark, who is connected with the Whltsltt shop, which will show costumes in the preview, discusses details with the women. —Courier Newi Phcto JUST L1KK T1IK IMG GIHI.S—Diana Lullrell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mnmlce Uuttrell, nnd Donna Day, daughter of Mr, an Mrs. Walter Day, are shown nt the Tot Shop as they select the costume which they will show nt the Junior Auxiliary Show Friday afternoo at Hotel Noble. Diana, lc(t, appears snug and comfortable In her gall colored cont set, while Donna Is dressed In llie latest style for the mil and cookie set, (or all the festive events of tile fall and winter seasons. Mrs. House Guest WithYarbroWSCS ...Mrs. Herschcl House was a visitor last night with the Yarbro WSCS. when the group met at the home of Mrs. punk Willis for a program meeting. Hymn singing opened the meet- Ing followed by a devotional given by Mrs. Dave Abbott. The poem. "As Ye Do It Unto These" was read by Mrs. Walter Barnes followed by the program, "W h a t Is Health?" Those pnvticlpathig In the program discussions were Mrs. Denny Hammnml, Mrs, Clyde Bunch and Mrs. alia Bunch. The meeting was closed -with prayer by Mrs. Gene McQnlre. In a social hour following party foods were served by the hostess. Comino Events Social Calendar Tuesday Alpha Alplm Chapter at Be 1 Sigma Phi has meeting at the nor. of Miss Vcra Onndrlch, 1101 Chic! asnwbft nt 8 p.m ArmorelWMUHas Two New Members The Armorel WMTT »nd two new ir & bri.i business session. Mri. Ray Downing and Mrs. f: W. Uar- rlson'wcre cucsts with the 14 members present. Mrs. Henry Berry was In ehtrg* of the meeting which opened with prayer by Mrs. F. H. Rcbstock followed by group singing. . A devotional, "New Desire**" warn given by Mrs. W. Leonard Smith. An election of officers was held with Installation services planned for the next business session. Plans (or a Dixie Jackson pro- . gram to be held in connection irith a potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs. N. O. Patterson, Sept. 1» wtrt made. Mrs. Frank May adjourned th* meeting with a prayer. The average elephant can haul 18 tons, lift half a ton, and carry three tons on its hack. Ian Taylor are spending today In Memphis. , Mr. and Mrs. Russell shanson of Scarcy are spending today In Dlythc- villts as guests oJ Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lbren and family. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hawks returned today from Camp Rio Vista, Hardy, where they had spent the past three months. Wth Mr. and Mrs- Ozment's daughter, Mrs. Joe Travis of Blytheville, who was to undergo surgery in a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Harris and daughter Vera Ellen of Sikeston, re- turned to their home' last night after having been the holiday weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mount and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla, Mrs. J. M. Olllesple and Miss Vlv- Fellowship Supper Given For WSCS A Fellowship Supper was give last nlgnt at the Promised Lan Methodist Church for the WSC members^ their families and gues Mr. imd Mrs. J. J. Moore, Jr., am Mrs. Jerry Shelton were the group": guests. : Following the buffet supper, the WSCS study course was taught, with Mrs. Linley Vowell directing the study. A devotional was presented by Mrs. .Tom Moore after which Mrs. Henry Young. Mrs. Russell Oatnes and Mrs. John Clouse participated In the study-lesson discussions. Plans were made by the group for seven delegates to attend a seminary meeting at Lepanto on Sept. 13 Joint repeating of the WSCS benediction adjourned the meeting. At The Hosnitals Wills RospiUi Dismissed: A. J. Overturf, steele. Mrs. Murl Garrison, City. Paul .Strong, Steele. Archie Lee Harrison, Portaseville L. U Welis, Cll.y. Opening Monday, Sept. 11 Mrs.Johnson's Nursery School 1332 Heam Ages 2-5, Hours 8 a.m.-4 p.m. S.S.E. Degree, Arkansas State Teachers College. Former Instructor in Child Development and director of Nursery School at Arkansas State Teachers College Graduate Study under Dr. Regina Westcott University of Arkansas. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS \ Beginning Tomorrow Your ladies' fashion shops will be open again on Wednes- day Afternoons beginning tomorrow. We invite you to come in tomorrow and see our new fall fashions. THE EDYTHE SHOP WHITSITT'S BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY THE NEW YORK STORE THE ACCESSORY SHOP ire MR CONDITIOIMEI .(slen la Kl.CN at 1(1:10 ».ir. nd 4:00 p.m. Dally for our program announcements. Box Office Openi at 1:15 .Show Starta Z:M p.m. Contlnaou Showing Everyday Tuesday & Wednesday «';,•:„ GlMnFoni-Volii sOofldt Rains • Osur Homolkal THE WHITE TOWER Selected Short Subjects GEM "AIR COOLED' Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday LAh-ftY PARKS in UYTN . Wrfr«« »*4 titt+tit by SOttCY fcK Selected Short Subjects FARM LOANS Gates WKBS Co. RF.A1.TORS riione 275! S- ,* v. Ihe iheen you prte w hfehly. . . . ru.vcljr detailed wit and youthfully prop ,Uh „„ colon: Tell> Exclusively in Blytheville at Whitsitt's KJ for ,l« a nj/, ,„ n >, ((e| Cnrj p . / At 59 Don't Forget the Style Show Hotel Noble — Sept. 8th Two Shows—2 and 5 p.m. Tickets on sale here. it's Whitsjtl's Because You Like Smart I hings

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