The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 8, 1950
Page 4
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PAGE FOUIJ Jane SheJtwi, Society Kditor BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Tapp Plans Afternoon Wedding Miss June Marie Tspp, whose engagement u> Jamas Harold Kennett, eon of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kennett of Loachvlllc, was recently announced by her parents, Mr. nnrt Mrs. Curtis Tapp of Monelte, is today announcing ('no plans of her marriage. The ceremony will be performed at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the Fir.-t Baptist Church of Monette with (lie Rev G. W. Smith, pastor, officiating. Miss Ann Mcrre)}. con.-:in of the briile-c'lect, will serve us maid of honar. Tapers will lie lighted by .Misses l,:»irn Jean Hosklns and 'Leon Bell Spencer. A program of nuptial intifle will be presented by Mrs. Kalhfline Green of Manila, organist, and Mrs. G. W. Smith, vocalist. Mr. Tapp will jive his daughter In niDrrlnge. ( Jerry Hancock of Leactivllle will serve as best man. Ushers will he Ciene Hazel of Monette and Frank Turner of Leachville. : Following the. ceremony, a reception will be hold at the home of the bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Murreli. MLss Tapp is a graduate of Monette High School and attended Memphis state College, and Ark- a*nsas State. Jonesborn. While at Memphis State she was n member of the Home Economics Club and at Arkansas State she was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, the Alpha Psi Omega dramatics fraternity, the French Clxib and the Women's Athletic Association. * Mr. Kennett was graduated from Leachville High School and is now farming at Leachville. • * • Mrs. Terry Entertains Tri-Town Club, Guests Mrs. James Terry was hostess yesterday to members of the Tri- Town Club and one guest for a dessert bridge. Mrs. Harry A. Haines i-as the group's only guest. > Vivid bouquets of gladioli and Jonquils were arranged in the rooms In which the guests spent the afternoon in' bridge with high score |oing to Mrs. Haines and second high to Mrs. Gene Teaforrt. ' During the afternoon Mrs. Terry also served : iced drinks. Mrs. Ross Honored . 'At Layette Shower t Mrs. LeRoy Ross was complimented last night when Mrs. Tom Bmalley and Mrs. Bill Brodc were hostesses at the newly, completed Erode home on Parkway, with a layette shower. ! The 40 guests attending were seated in the entertaining rooms of the home for the evening of games and informal entertainment. . During the evening the group showered miscellaneous layette gifts on the honoree after which the hostesses served a dessert course. Mrs. Lambert Joins TIE Bridge Club . Mrs. William. Lambert became a member of the T1.E Club, one of Blytheville's newest bridge clubs, at the meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. Robert Wctdmnn. The Valentine motif was repeated throughout the decorations of the home and the table appointments for the dessert bridge. In the game, Mrs. Otto Scraps won high, Mrs. Lambert second high find '.Mrs. W. E. Cherry bridgo. - (Cocktail Supper Honors Airs. Josiah Fort A cocktail supper complimenting Mrs. Josiah Fort, of FurmviHe, Va., houseguest of her mother, Mrs. T, J. Mahan, was given last night when Mr. nr.d Mrs- R. D. Hugh as entertained at their home on Main Street. Approximately 20 couples attended the affair which was held in the entertaining rooms of the home. Red and white, in compliment to the Valentine theme, were repeated throughout the decorations, with copiously arranged bouquets of scarlet carnations and snow white steel: being placed throughout the home. . Following supper the group spent the evening informally. Out of town guests attending were Robert Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hu'icins of Oklahoma City Okla. Guests Meet Wilh La Petite Club Mrs. Dan Bell, Mr*. C. L Mr- Waters, nntl Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr., M'ere guests ye.rterday with members of the La Petite Club when Mrs. Eric Whit Icy wns hostess tor tlie wcokly di'.sscrt bridge. • Mflon lined gladioli were arranged In bouquets and placed throughout the home. ' During the afternoon, Mrs. O. a Crowd! won high, Mrs. Bell second high anrt Mrs. Crowd! bridgo. WOMEN who feet HERVOUS caused by functional 'mfrfrffe-age'l Do you sniffer from hot flashes, we.iV, nrrvous, Irritable clammy feelings — <tue to the functional 'mltldlo-nn 1 !* prrlod vrcnll^r to women (3R-52 yrs, > ?Tr l rnr>«myI J ytUnIU > ln)s hum's ' TO WEU—Miss June Marie Tapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tapp of Monette, will become the bride of James Harold Kennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kennett of Leachville, In a ceremony to he sol- emriizcd Sunday at the First Baptist Chmch in Monetie. Bridge dub, Guests Feted 3y Mrs. Gene A'icinson Mrs. Gcan Atkinson complimented members of the Tuesday Bridge Club and tao guests yesteiday with P- Vaientine motif dessert bridge. Gucsls for thc occasion were Mrs. P. E. Utley and Mrs. s. E Tune. Red carnations arranged in miniature bud vases centered each table at which the guests were seated with complementing arrangements placed throughout the room. Vivid valentine place cards marked each guests' place During the bridge same of the afternoon, Mrs. Max Reid won high Mrs. Jesse Taylor second high and Mrs. Rlley D. Jonc-s, low. Mi-s. Moore Hostess Jo Seven Club Mrs. N. M. Moore was hostess last night to members of thc Seven Clul) for an evening of informal entertainment. Clusters of namiina berries and greenery were nrraugecl In the room in which thc evening was spent in games and informal entertainment. During the evening Mrs. Muore served H dessert course. Mrs. Eub'anks Honored By Y. M. Birthday Club Mrs. Clc.xton Eutenks wns hon- oretl last evening 'ot the monthly meeting of Uio Y. M. Birthday Club. Mrs. Londnnnle was hostess «t her hnmc to tlie mcmbors and two new members, Mrs. Henry Long and' Miss Frances Long, Dinner was served from the din- uig tnble which was overlaid wllh a white Irish llncn clolh and topped with a large yellow birthday cake topped with pink trim and complemented with tiny pink cnndlc.s. The base of the cake was encircled In yreenery. DuriiiB the evening, a group gift was presented the honoree after which the remainder of the evening was spent informally In the entertaining rooms which were decorated with bouquets of yellow ion- nulls and potted plants. Visitors meeting with the ciub were MVs. A. J. Smart, Mrs. Ca!dwell and Mis. Robert McHnfley. * + » La Nuevc, Guests Fctcc! At Country Club Members of Ln Niieve and l wo guests. Mrs. Lynn Hughes nut! .Mrs Jack Chamblin, were honored yesterday afternoon at the Country Club when Mrs. Colcman Stevens 5d4 ast<:ss r ° r thc weckly dcsscrt A red and white color scheme, in compliment to thc Valentine holi- jlay , was used with tiny bud vases holding scarlet carnations and greenery centering the individual tables at which bridge was played High score went to Mrs. Clarence Webb and second high to M,, J&CK Hale. Circle Feted At W.J.Rogers Home BiBlilccn members and three visitors-were present last nisht at the home of Mrs . w ,, ^ niisincss Women's Circle Eight of tue First Haptist Church was host- rss to members of circle Seven ihe three cucsts *crc Mrs Fbb ^""oi i ', rS - °" W " Smith - a ' ll<1 Mrs. Charley Evajis. The meeting was opened with prayer which was led by Mr? The] ma Atkins after which Mrs Car- M>H reviewed the book "The Prophet of Little Caw Creek." The closing prayer was given by ^ r ;,. E J na .?'P. s aflcr «>lcl, the re- Mr, and Mrs. w. L. Horner nio iciidfng several days in St. Louis Miss uoima Wuiulcrlich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wllndcrlich who graduated Jan. 28 from the University of Arkansas, Is now a member ot tlic English Department of the University. Miss Wumierlich is working on her master's degree Mr. and Mis. Jack L. Takum ntid daughter. Sue, of Memphis are nding days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boston and family. Mrs. A. rt. Wetenkamp and daujjli- ler, Terry, of Memphis, will be the weekend guests of Airs. E. M. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Wetenkamp ami daughter recently moved to Mciif- i>his to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips left yesterday for Kcw Orleans for several days visit. En route they were accompanied to Memphis by their grandson. Michael Alexander, who returned to Ills hcme after having been their honsesuest for several days. Mrs. Dennis Campbell of Memphis Ls spending this week here as guest of her mother, Mrs. Annie May Sawyers. Condition of Mrs. Josephine Hall who has b'cn ill at her home on Ash Street for several days Is improved. Mrs. Josiah Port of Farmvlllc, Va., Is visiting here as guest of hci mother. Mis. T. J. Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Johnson and Mrs. Eintli Pauton are speiidiiiK today j n Memphis. I.inda Lowe, daughter of Mr an-1 Mrs. W, w. Lowe, Is ill at her home at 111 E. Rose. Her condition is improved. -Mrs. Helen Jiidd Is spending today In West Memphis as guest of her parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Grimes. Mrs. John Buchanan Is spending this week in Memphis as guest of her daughter. Miss Ann Buchanan Condition of Betty Lou Clause 11- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Clouse. who suffered a broken left arm in an accident earlier this week. Is improved. Condition of Clyde Southern of Steele. who underwent an emergency appendectomy last week at Walls Hospital, Is improved. Mr. Southern is still confined to the hospital. Jlmmle Sanders of Blytheville last night returned from Biloxl Miss., where he attended Ihe state convention of the Mississippi Bottlers Association. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 19» 1ECER- hue Burned Officers Elected By Girls Class Manya Blankeiiship »-as elected president ot the 12-year-old «irls cl.T-v; No. 2 of the First Baptist Church yesterday when the group met at the home of ;he counselor ifrs. C. E. Edds. Other officer. 1 ! elected were: Joyce Boole.s, vtce-pre.sicinnt; Jean Bradley, secretary; and Hu'h'john- -son, treasurer. In the social hour following, the hostess served refreshments. As bright ns a new pcuiv is this exciting two piece dress desi»ned to please the girl of six to fourteen years. Notice the unusual front closjiiB, the matching shaped detail on the brief sleeves Pattern NO. 8565 l s a scw-rite perforated pattern for sizes 6, 8 JO 12. and 14 years. Size 8, y\ yirds of 39-inch. For this pattern, semi 25 cents in COINS, your name, address size dMircri. and (he PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier N»ws 530 South wells Street, Chicago 7'. Don't miss the Spring-nmi Summer FASHION. The latest issue is colorful, informative.—a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news fashion tips, a wealth of smart frocks to sew for slimmer are all Included 25 cents. At The Hosnitals niylhcvilli; Hospital Dismissed: John Hughes. City Clarence Southern", city Mrs. Johnny Uselton. Cooter Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bonnie Craart, city Mrs. Dale Best and baby, dette Claude .Alf.iander. City W. A. Green, stcele Edna Lou Norwood, Osccola Bur- Combined/Meeting Held By WSCS A combined busintss-prosr meeting was held Monday by jn£ni- bcj-s or the WScsof the First Method l«l Church. The meeting began will) a l p.m. luncheon which \V;LS served in the dining room of the church. A valentine theme was repeated In Ihe decorations with hyacinths and other floral arrangement, 1 ) being placed In the large room, Circle Four was in charge of the Junchcon with Mrs. Elton Ktrby -servim; a.s chairman. Mrs, W, J Pollard, Mrs. Hunter Sims and Mrs W. A. AiTIIck were iu charge of the arrangements. The decorations were in Charge of Mrs. P. L. Husbands Mrs. Russell Riale-s, and Mrs Lov Welch. I mined iiilr-Ly following the two luncheon the program, under ihe direct Urn of Mf.s, John MiU\* Miller was presented. Mrs. H,\ C Tilts)) tiiM.'ti.s.M'rJ "Wr.sJcy in the Methodist Church" after which several .selections \vere presented by tho Ki«Ii -School trio composed of Mary Margaret Autcn. Mary Jo Eaton, and Vn-iun Taylor oilowin^ the projirtim, a brief ^ine.'ss BC.sfloii was conducted with Mvs. \v, L, Homer piosicting. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Girl Scout Lone Troop Association meets at Little House in Walker Park at 7:3o p.m. Mrs. W. H. Pease entertains Thursday Luncheon Club. Tuesday Honk meets with "Mrs H. C. Blankenshlp Octette Club plays with Mrs. Edwin Robinson. -Mrs. Bill Gilbow hostess to Ava- loti Bunco Club. Mrs. Gene Dkkenson hostess to Double Four. Kibitzer's meet with Mrs. Jack Charnblin. Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist meets for polludt supper at home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Hr., at 7 p.m. Cause for Cold Feet BERLIN —MV- Berlin's court buildings me freezing out witnesses warned the "Berliner Aruciger." The newspaper complained that sometimes witnesses are called only after as much as seven hours of waiting. "This is loo much." It declared. "It makes people hungry and mad. In addition, the court halls are so drafts' that the witnesses get cold feet." Auxiliary Has Monthly Meeting A business meeting of the Lesion Auxiliary was conducted last night at the monthly meeting of the iroup at the Legion Hut. Tiie meeting was opened with the icivancing of colors by thc sergeant it arms. Mrs. Garland Moody, after which the group gave the pledge of allegiance and the preamble. Mrs. J. B. Clime, chaplain, led the gro'.ip in prayer. Mrs. Jess Russell, president, nrc- sided over the business session during which reports by officers .and committees were made. Cards of appreciation from thc veterans at the LaMarr HospiUI. Memphis were rend. The Auxiliary sent miscellaneous gitts to the pa- rlento during' the Christmas holidays. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostesses. Mrs. Eddie Burks and Mrs. H L. Hnlscll. served re- Ireshmcnts to the 15 members pre,sent. Silhouette for Spring Lends Variety, Top-Ranking Style Designers Disclose F!j lipsic Kinarrl NKA Fashion Editor NEW YORK. (NEA1- -What's the! suit silhouette for spring—slim alousy? Let your personal preference supply the answer. Top-rank- IJJR iiesj£neis offer fetching cxam / )k-s of both, t An outstanding example, of the lencil slim line is nattier Carnegie's satellite blue checked worsted suit 'left). The cfose-fjttins jacket nfih- ini/es- Hie waistline with cleverly ilaccd pointed appliriues on the midriff. Pointed detailing Is repeated .n appliques on the small rolled col- ar. A slightly stiffened peplum gent- y rounds the hipline. ' Typifying the blousy silhouette is the steel blue gabardine suit (right) designed by Nettie Rosenstcin. The I gold-buttoned jacket is tightly bell- Icd to exaggerate the bloused top and tlie full pepluni which flares out around the hinline. More buildup is given to [lie jacket by thc navy silk taffeta lining which matches a tucked blouse. The skirt hews to R trim, straight line to Kellys Move To New Parsonage The Rev. and Mrs^ E. T. Kelly have moved to thc newly purchased parsonage of the Full Gospel Tabernacle. The home is located at 1511 West Ash. The Rev. and Mrs. Kelly moved to Ihe home Feb. 2. they formerly marie their home at 312 Lilly. The Rev. 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