The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 25, 1950
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PAGE FOUK BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1950 J\lewA> Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Candlelight Supper Fetes Nabers-Ellioll Party A candlelight rehearsal cupper last night honored members of the wedding parly and families of Miss Mary Jo Nabers, daughter of Mr. ai.d Mrs. J. L. Nabers who will become the bride o! Oscar T. Elliott, Jr., LOU of Mrs. W. M. Scruggs In a ceremony to be performed this after:.oon at 4 p.m. The supper was given at the home of ilie bride- elect'.i parents. Tenches of white were repeated throughout the decorations of the enter.'aining rooms thrown open lor the occasion. Surjper was served at individual tables which were centered with a sing:s white taper burning in a crys,- ta! holder. Swirls of white maline and fern outlined the base of each holdf. A low bowl holding copiously arranged white snapdragons, in compliment (o tit; chosen theme, flanked by gleaming while tapers in crystal holders cetslercd the dining table from which supper was served. Mt:s Nabers, who was dressed in a of periwinkle blue tai'feln. presented the feminine members of the wedding party with Rifls. Mr. .Eillott presented the masculine members with gifts also. Immediately following supper a rehearsal was he'd. Royal Neighbors Meet In Barksdale Home Th? Royal neighbors ot America met Monday night ai the home o Mrs. J. D. BarksdaJe to elect new officers and to conduct a brief busings meeting. Officers elected were: oracle, Mrs Louise Wslpole; vice oracle, Mrs Ruth Baugh; past oracle. Mrs Martha Alley: chancellor, Mrs. Frm- .nle Alexander: recorder, Mrs. Irene Scherer; receiver, Mrs. Edna V. Burns; marshal. Mrs. Lillie B. Sisk; assistant marshal. Mrs. Nora Spraf'.Iey: Inner sentinel, Mrs. Antonia Walker; outer sentinel, Miss LuciHe Saliba: and managers. Mrs. Este!ie Lcggett, Mrs, Lucy Barksdale und Mrs. Rose Saliba. Thr> group agreed to change the meeting time from the first Monday to the first Tuesday of each month. During the social hour following the dismissal the hostess server! refreshments. • * * Party For 20 Fetes Mary Virginia Kernel* ', Mary Virginia Kerner was honored on her fifth birthday recently, when her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. Bin Ilerner, entertained with ^ pfir- ty ; 7or 20 guests at the Dell School cafeteria- . spent the evening in games and piaying records with Jiinime Lynn. Tidwell being presented a prize. Gilts were presented Mary Virginia after which the large pink and blue birthday cake was cut. Ice cream was served. "Happy Birthday, Ginny" topped the cake. Favors of tiny nut cups holding assorted candies were presentee! durinR the afternoon. Mrs. Kerner was assisted by Mrs Charles Armstrong and Mrs. T, Benrstt. * v * Mrs. Ellis Entertains GEO Bridge Club Mrs. J. C. "Ellis, Jr., was hoslcs Monday night at her home on Bar field Road to members of the GEC CInb lor the weekly dessert bridge In the game, high score went t Mrs. Rpy Whktington, second hig to Miss Jettye Claire HufTman. BECOMES 11KTDK — Mrs. Gene OsselmeSer of Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, was before her marriage Saturday at the DclJ Methodist church, Miss Wanda June Howard, daughter uf Mr. and Mrs. W- D. Ho'.varti of I>?ll. Mr. Ossclmeier is the son of Mrs. Gene Osselmeier of East St. Louis. Both are seniors at Arkansas State College. * * • Miss Howard Is Wed To Gene Osselmcicr Miss Wanda June Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Howard ol Dell, became the bride Saturday o! Gene Qsselmeier, son oi Mrs. Gene Os-seluieier or East St. Loui.s, 111., in a ceremony performed in the study ot the Dell Methodist Church, Hall performed Two Guesls Meet With La Petite Bridge Club Mrs. R. M. Logan and Mrs. Dan Bell were guests yesterday witr members of La Petite Club wrier Mrs. Phillips Robinson enterlalnecl the group at her home. Arranged In Ihe spacious room In which the members and guests were seated were white daisy type porn pom chrysanthemums Intermingled with scarlet carnations. In the bridge game Mrs. W. p. McDanfel won high, Mrs. Bell second high, and Mrs. Eric Whltley brldgo. Preceding the game Mrs. Robinson served a dessert course. Tuesday Club Feted . By Mrs. Jesse Taylor- Luncheon at Rustic Inn preceded the afternoon bridge game ol the Tuesday Bridge Club when Mrs. Jesse Taylor was hostess to the club members and one guest. Mrs. S. E. Tune yesterday. Red carnations centered (he long table at which the group was scaled for lunch. Tmn.cdiEtcly loHnwvns the group returned (o the Taylor home for an afternoon of bridge. HyacfntiL 1 ; and spring flowers were placed In the room \n which the alterfuion was spent. High Rcorfi was won by Mrs. Charles Crigger and second high by Mrs. Tune. Mrs. Scrape Entertains TLE Club, One Guest Th« TLE, Blytheville's newest bride club, and one -guest, Mis. Johnny f.elds, met last nighl at the home of Mrs. J. P. Scrape for a dessert brldse. In the game h'8h score went to Mrs. Robert Weidman, second hlgli to Mrs. Otto Scrape and bridge to Mrs. J. r. Scrape. Saturday, Jan. 21. The Rev. E. H. Bits of News at'lGll Holly. The house-was for- 'j?>' _'", * merely the Charles Baker horn'. 1 . By Sue Burnett the single ring ceremony at 1:30 p.m. before members ol the families of the couple. Miss Ann Orr of Blythcville at- ended the bride as maid of honor nd only attendant. She xvore for :ie occasion beige suit with coin- ]emei)ting brown accessories. She inncd an arrangement of Dutch is at her snonldcr. The bride chose for her wedding astume n navy tailored suit with owder blue accessories. She pinned white orchid set in nests of stcp- innotis at her shoulder. Bob Manns of Arkansas State Jollege, Joncfiboro, served Mr. Os- elmeicr as best man. Mrs. Howard, mother of the bride, vore a "frock* of spring print with n lights of beige, with which she wore brown accessories. Mrs. Osselmeier, mother of the room, selected a navy frock with white accessories. Both mothers pln- lied purple orchids at their shoulder*. Immediately following the exchange of vow.s a reception was leld ul the Cedars Club in Blytheville. The bride's table, wbAc.h was over- aid with a niadcria cut work cloth was centered with the tiered wedding cake which was completely encircled with white carnations [n laces of fern. The table -was looped with garlands of rareu Burning white, tapers set in erysta candelabra arranged in white satit ribbons flanked the cake. Mrs G. O. Hood ol Marinnim cou-siu of the bride, presided at thi punch bowl arranged on an em of tiie long table. Mrs, Hood wa dre.^ed in a light green suit witl brown, accessories. Pinned ni her shoulder were yellow asters. Miss Nora Simtxson served the cake. She was dressed in a frock of green with mauve accessories. She wore an arrangement of Dutch iris. Immediately following the reccp- Soronty Complimented At Robertson Home Miss Marjoiie Robertson was hos- ess last night at her home to mcm- ers of Epsilon Sigma Alpha soror- ty (or the bi-monthly meeting. Preceding the brief business mcet- ng supper was served the group rom the dining table which was verlatd with a white cloth. Following supper, a business session was conducted by the group 'resident. Miss Bntonnc Jaggers. In the social hour following the dismissal the group spent the even- ug In informal entertainment. Edsel Harber and Harry C. Farr arrived home yesterday from the University of Arkansas, FayeUcville. to spend the mid-term holidays as guests of their parents. Both Mr. Harber and Mr. I'arr are seniors. Miss Katherine Westbrook Is spending several days on the campus oJ William Wood College Fulton, Mo., as guest of Miss Millie Dean. Miss Weslbrook, who is a former student of the school, plans to return lo Blythcville Sunday. Mrs. E. E. Stanley of Parkin arrived last night to spend several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards. Mrs, I^ove Adams is spending today in Wilson as guest of her sister, Mrs- J, J. Greer. Claude Cassldy will arrive tonight from tile University of Arkansas, Fnyetlevilfc, to spend the mid-term holidays with his wife and son, Mike. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., moved todav to their new home , Yo " can get ready for a busy day in a jiffy In this charming dress that's as bright as a new dollar. Sidcswept lines lines are accented with scallops, a narrow belt lies softly, or use a buckle if you prefer. Pattern No. 8553 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern hi sues 12, 14. 16, 18. 20; 40, 42, 44 and 41>. Size M, 4 yards of 39-inch for short sleeves. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, size dc.sired. and'the PATTEHN NUMBER to Su? Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, Illinois. Don't miss the Spring and summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, informative,—a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion tips. A wealth of smart frocks to sew for summer are all included 2,"> cents- Coming Events Social Calendar Phebean Class of First Baptist neets at 7:30 ^ Theodore Logan home. Mrs. Farrls McCalla enterUlns Thursda; i.unchcon. Mrs. Leon Scherer hostess, to Thursday Rook Club, ]vth2 v ille Rook meets with Mrs G. V. Daws. Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester entertains Thursday Night Club. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs, Raymond Slumlln, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner entertains Thursday Club. Octette Club meets with Mrs Jimes Hilt. Jr. 20th Century Club meets at Legion Hut. Supper served at 7:30 p.m followed by election of officers Hosts and hostesses are Mr. ant Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Mr, and Mrs Jack Hal.-, Dr. and Mrs. N. G. Jer orne, Mr. and Mrs. Colcman Steven: and Me. and Mrs. A. B. Olsen. Friday Mrs. Loyd Whittaker entertain Friday Contract. Woman's Club meets at 2:30 1 at the Club. Mrs. A. A. Hardy entertains CEC Club. VIrs. Adams Honors Bi-Monthly Club, Guest Miss Barbara Monayhan will arrive home tomorrow, from the University of Arkansas to visit as guest of her parents. Miss Monaghan who has been visiting friends in Brinkley for several days v.'ill be joined in Memphis for the Irlp to Blyihc- vllle by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Walters announce the birth of a daughter Monday at Walla Hospital, The baby, their second child, has not been named. They have another daughter, palri- clu Jean, who is three and a half yeais old. Mrs. Walters is the former Miss Dorothy Jean Foster. Dr, C. E. Wilson is ill ai his home at T2Q Ash. His sister Mrs. H. B. Jamison of Koskiuo, Miss., Is visiting him for .several days. Billy Bracey. son of Mr. and Mrs, H. E Bracey, I.s the mid-tern; holiday of his parents. Mr. Bracey is a student at the University of Arkansas. Co/varx Meets members of the Bi-Monthly Club and one guest yesterday at her home. Mrs. A. E. Huntley was the club's guest. In the bridge game high score went to Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, second high to Mrs. B. M. Matthews and bridgo lo Mrs. John Fcather- slon. During the afternoon Mrs. Adams served a salad plate. Miss Gucird GucsL of La Nucve Bridge Club . La Nueve and one guest, Miss Molly Guard, was entertained last night at the home of Mrs. N. G. Jerome for the weekly dessert bridge. Vivid yellow jonquils and naudina berries decorated the entertaining room in which bridge was played. High score was won by Mrs. Ilonse Harp and second hi&h by Miss Guard, With Evelyn Jo Hudson Eveiyu Jo Hudson Monday night to 13 was hoste. r .s members of tion Mr. and Mrs. O.s^clmeicr left for Arkansas State College. Jonesboro, where bolh are seniors, to resume their studies. the Calvary Baptist YWA at her home, for a brief meeting. The prayer was given WSCS Continues Study Of Japanese Conditions The fourth In the series of studies from the book, "Japan Begins' Again", was presented Monday at the meeting of the Lake Street WSCS. Mrs. Billy King, president, presided over the business session after wriich'.=he presented the devotional. '•Responsibility As A cluistion." Mrs. Bagley Addresses Junior High PTA Group '•Understanding Children" was th subiect on which Mrs. Hoy Bngle addressed members of the Junio High PTA at the meeting held yes terday at the jchool. Preceding the 3 p m. general meci ing was tile Executive Board nice: intr at 2:30 p.m. The meeting was opened witli t! devotional which was given by Mr Perry Darby, Mrs. Paul Jobe rea the president's message. In Mrs. Bagley's address si placed special emphasis on the a( descent child. ft was announced there wilt 1 a parent education meeting Jan. in the Flom^ Economics Building, During the afternoon a nomlna ing committee was elected with Mr C. L. McWaters. Jr.. selected chairman. Those serving on tl committee are Mrs. J. W. Adar and Mrs. O. \V. Copped«e. The ?vo.ij> ivpvecd to ask. that the Mississippi Coiintv Council meeting to be held in Aoril meet In Blythe- vllle. In the room count prizes were presented the rooms' of Miss Avis Ho',varri, seventh grade and Mrs. H. P. WilliiiRham, eighth grade. WSCS MwU Ttu, Woman's Society of Christian crvice met In the home ol Mrs. A. McNail last Wednesday wllh 5 members and two visitors pres- nt. The program was presented by Irs. LcRoy D. Wells and Mrs. E. 0. His. Business Women Meet Members of the Business and 'rofcsslonal Woman's Club were Isnppolntcd Thursday when their Islrlct president, Mrs. E. StrlmTc ould not attend the regular mect- ng at the El Rancho Hotel. Mrs Kulh Gains presented Ihe irogram which "developed Into a inncl discussion. Mrs. F. L-. Kelly :a\e the highlights of the program o be given In February. Cookbooks were distributed to be old. Harden Club Anniversary Fourteen members of the Moon. Ight Garden Club celebrated thi hlrd anniversary of the founding >f the club with a dinner at E nancho Hotel Friday. • The oining loom was decoratei with plant material of the seasoi with arrangements of flowers am foliage in pink and green, clu' colors. A resume of cl'ib activities sine it.s organization was included ol the program. Personals Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ray left Sun riav for a vacation in Florida- Mrs. L. R. Condit. who is visilin n Roswcll. N.H.. will return home, the first week In February. Mrs. Nettie Reeves. Mrs. Irene Hargrove, Mrs. H. D. Welts visited In Portageville Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Limbaugh left Friday for & winter vacation in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster are spending their winter vacation in Florida, niermediatc GA's Elect Officers for 1950 The Intermediate GA's of the First Baptist Church had their fir.'t meeting of 1050 Monday wjth Mrs. R. G. Cash, the new GA counselor, inrt Mrs. Charles Evans, the young icople's director, present. The group met at the church. Barbara Van Hooser read' the scripture alter which Mrs, Evans ead in prayer. Patsy Bartholomew was elected president of the group. Others clec- , ted were, Dorothy Sheppard, vice^resident; Severely Jones, secretary; Barbara Van Hooser, program chairman; Ernestine Holt, stewardship chairman; Elizabeth Van Hooser, mission study chairman; Billie Jean Wcstbvook, reporter; Millie Ann Mallory, social and music chairman, and Emma Blanc hard, libp.y-. chairman. -'W- Following the dismissal Mrs. Cash served refreshments to the group. Hobby Show to Be Given Friday at Woman's Club A hobby show, made up of a collection of various hobbles of Blytlic- vilie residents, will ue shown Friday afternoon at, the meeting of the Womans Cl'.ib at Ihe Club house at 2:30 p.m. Among those on display will ha rug designing. (!o\vec urran^emcnt, fine arts in sewing, woodcraft, copper and leather tooling, paintings, collections of china, and figurines. Anyone interested In enterint? a hobby in the show was asked by Mrs. B. A. Bugp. program leader, to contact Mrs. R. E. Hooser or notify her, There will be no charge for admission. Seekers Class Meets For, Business-Social • The monthly business and social meeting of the Seekers Sunday School class of Calvary Baptist Church was held Monday night In the Church basement. Eleven members and two guests were present. Tile opening prayer was led by Mrs. Mark Anderson who also gave the devotional, "Kindness." Following a brief business meeting the closing prayer was led by Freeman Jcrnlgan. A social hour followed. Number Nine GA's Meet; Two Visitors Present The Junior GA's of the Number Nine Baptist Church and two visitors, Jewel Presly and Betty Gale Coats, met Monday at Ihe Church for a World Call program. The meeting was opened with the repeating of the watchword after which the counselor, Mrs. P^rfK' 1 Haitley, save the devotional. S^ used as her material the Book of Matthew, Those participating in the program were Lille Mae Northcutt, Doris NovthcuU, Sue Coats, atul Lena Mae Vickery. The dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. Haitley. by Miss Norman after which Mrs. King also conducted the study Mrs. Woodrow Wilder gave the de- ie.^on. votiona.3, "Treasures in Earthen Vessels," taken from the book, "We Have a Treasurer." Following the dismissal prayer tile served relrchiunenlfi. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed; Sharon Kay Haniel, Steel, Mrs. Harold Hamilton and baby. City. Mrs. Charley Williamson and twin sons, LtiNora. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. •). Sides and biiby, Hayti. Mrs. Hoy Utley, Holland. Mrs. James Wisdom, City. The dismissal prayer was given by Mr.i. George Shanks. 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