The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 16, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Sheltgn, Society Editor Phone Miss Foster Feted At Bridal Shower Beginning the affairs planned In lionui of Miss Bettye Poster, bride elect of Halph Pillion, was the mts- cellsredus shower fctliig the bride- elccl- 'ast night at which Miss Luella Barivs was hostess at her home, 400 D:«'g 111, As jach guest entered the enler- Ulnlrg room, she was presented novely corsages of minature white hfttctels tied in red satin bows from wlildi hung tiny cotton samples, In- dicat've of Mr. Patton's work. A l.iw silver-wrapped vase holding while hyacinth blossonw and an abinvtaht arrangement of crimson gl-i(l!-H set in a toll crystal vase prov>'ed a spring air for the affair. Th' 14 guests attending spent the eveu.' )g in bridal gomes and contests with prizes being presented Mrs. H.,c. Patton, Sr., mother of Mr. ?atlon.' Miss Nancy. Holland and Mrs. Wendell Phillips. Dining the evening Miss Foster was showered with miscellaneous gifts which were presented to her in a '.arge woven basket, similar lo that used for cotton snmules. She wore for the occasion a two niece navy blue faille frock mode with a pepl-tn back and closed to the snug waist with self covered buttons. Site *vore prey accessories. •Mta Poster pinned a sift corsage of'.crimson hued gladioli at her shouller. Suspended from the arrangement .were clusters of tiny colto-i samples. Du.'ing the evening the hostess. ns.sisl?d by her mother, Mrs. T. J. BnriK-s, served a dessert course with Russian, tea. Tile individual white cakes topped with tiny red hearts .under which were written "B & R" were served with the tea on Individual hand painted trays. The table appointments used during the. even'jig were in keeping with the bridal motif. Special guests for the affair were Mrs. Sd Poster, mother of tlie honoree and Mrs. Patton, mother of Mr. I'atton. Mi-s-AVhitis Hostess To Tri-Town, Guests Two'guests.. Mrs. Jack-Hale and Mrs. ^ Harry A. Haines. met. with members of the Tri-Towu club when Mrs. Harry N. wiiitis entertained at the Rustic Inn Tuesday. • During the afternoon, a dessert i course was served the guests nt the long table at.winch they were seated, preceding tlie games. Individual tables were arranged around the large room for tlie bridge gamer, in which Mrs. James L. Brooks won high and Mrs. Dale Brigjs second high. ,• *. • Informal Morning Party Honors Mrs. 'Morn's - An Informal morning neighborhood, party was given yesterday honoring Mrs. Roy Morris who will leave soon with her family to make their home in Wilmington. N.C. Mrs. .Tames Terry was hostess to the neighbors at her Walnut street home. A Hrge crystal bowl holding red Bl.idir.Ii decorated tlie room in which the guests assembled tor the affair. During the morning assorted party foyds were served from the lace draped dining table. Mix. Morris was presented a gift from her hostess. Mr. Brown To Wed Miss Davis Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis of Memphis are today announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their diuightcr. Miss Helen Mirle Davis, to James w. Brown of Blythcville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom-Brown of Blytheville. - Tlie ceremony will be performed Sunday at the home of ihe groom's parents in Blytlievillp. Club Eight Meets; Mrs. White Hostess The new dining room of the Razorback was the setting yesterday for the weekly meeting of olub Eight when Mrs. Jesse M. White was hostess (o the group. law bowls holding scarlet carnations and greenery and dainty white flowers were arranged in the room. Preceding the games, a ito-seil course was served after which bridge was played with Mrs. White winning high, Mrs. C. C. Langston, second, and Mrs. H- G. Partlow and Mrs. G, o. Poctz, brldgo. ' * * » Surprise Party Fetes . Mrs. D. C. McLean A surprise birthday party yesterday honored Mr.s. D. c McLean, sixth grade teacher at Sudbury School. Hostesses for tlie affair were students and mothers of the sixth grade. A large birthday cake topped In candy letters, "Happy Birthday," and completed with tiny lighted candles was cut and served the students and guests with ice crciim. In the social hour, Mrs. McLean wns presented a gilt from her students. • On Valentine Day, the class cn- tertnincd with an annual Valentine party during which time a girt from tlie group in appreciation for her work also was presented Mrs. McLean. • * « Mrs. Steaciman Hostess To High Two, Guests Crystal vases holding tall yellow gladioli and arrangements of red carnations and greenery rtecornlcd the Pred Steadman home last night when Mrs. Steadman was hostess to the High Two club and two guests- Mrs. Robert I. Thompson and Mrs. Carol Watson were tlie guests. Preceding tlie bridge games, a dessert course was served at the individual tables which were centered with bud vases holding, clusters of violets. In the games, Mrs, Watson was high scorer and Mrs. Floyd Seay second high. Mrs. Regenold Tinier tains At Country Club The Country club was the setting Tuesday nitcrnoon for the luncheon bridge .meeting of the Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. E. M. Regeuold wns hostess for the afternoon. A low bowl brimming with spring (lowers centered tlie long table at which the guests were seated for the two-course luncheon . Immediately following, bridge was played with Mrs. W. C. Higginson high scorer and Mrs. Riloy Jones iecond high, TUES.-WED.-THURS. Feb. 21-22-23 iMatincc and'Ni^ht I.YU»t MW TMTA.nK:>T 9TMH TAIUAIX of lilt il JfSIS CHIS1 MAT IN I'P. 1:30 & 4 p.m NIGHTS: 6:3» A 8 p.m Mrs. Crowcler Is Wed To M L. Vincent Mrs. Elma Crowcier became the bride of M. L. Vincent in a cere- money performed Jan. 19 a t n cr _ nando. Miss, Mr. Vincent wns In Plant City F'la., (or eight weeks prior to the marriage when lie was called to Memphis due to illness in the family, during which time Mrs. crow- dor bcc.i/nc Ills brlcfe. He now has returned to Florida and Mrs. Vincent will join him there soon to make their home. * » * Valentine Dance Feles High School Set Approximately 125 members of the high school set attended tlie Valentine Dance Tuesday ni"ht al the woman's Club. Hosts for the affair were William Edwin Wallace Bobby Mac McDanlel, Billy Allen Edwards, Donald Eugene nice Franklin Eugene' Worth and Johnny B. Buchnnan. A large red and white paper tw.irl covered [lie French doors at the entrance IhroUEh which each guest stepped to enter the heart bedecked ball room. Slender red streamers from which suspended hearts Imnu from the chandeliers with hc;irt.s clustered alony the curtain and window line. A large plywood heart on which was written In gleaming red letters the hosts and tlieir dales !mn R from the central chandelier. During the evening assorted party roods were served from the line,, covered refreshment table. A single "Valentine" tree bearing caudv "fruit" centered the table with, reel and white tapers Hanking the centerpiece. Mothers of the hosts and Mr. and Mrs. Robert LlpEcomb were chao- crons for the affair. Calyary RA's Continue Study Continuing the studv of a "Page of the Hoyal Ambassadors," nine members of the RA of Calvary Baptist Church met Tuesday nii-ht at the Church. • The meeting was opened with prayer which was lead by Dan Atkins after which n business meeting nnd study lesson was conducted. The meeting W ns clcucd with prayer by the sponsor, Oean Boyd. At rhp Hosn.'f=.i s Hlylheville Hospital Dismissed: Ann Hurley. Etmvah. Mrs. Fred Heard and baby C'tv Mrs. Bill Smlllison, stcele. ', Albert Dortson, Luxora Charley Calu, city. Walls Hospital 'Mrs. T. L. Fuugllt and baby nt 1 Bobby Lott, Rt. 2. ^^Irs. E. D. Forsythc, and bally, Mrs. L. C. Tale. Burdette. .Mrs. J. H. Biggins and baby, Huffman. Bits of News Mrs. c. M. Oliver and Mrs. Norman Bunch nre spending toduy In Memphis. Carl L Miillins, airman, USN, and Mrs. Mullins announce the birth of a son Jan. 31 at the Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va. The baby lias been named Gary Lcc. They have cue other child. Mr. Mullins Is a former Blytheville resident. Marsha Lou Wilson has returned to her home in Blytlicvillc after spending several days in Marmaduke as guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. w. Forrest. Miss Ann MoLeori, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Damon McLeod has been placed on the honor roll with an S average for the first semester at Cottye Junior College for Women, Nevada, Mo. MJss Lela Rose castilo. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garth castilo of Blythevillc, was seleclort Miss July In the third annual Esquire- Valentine Dance Monday night on (lie campus of Arkansas Tech College, rjussellvillc, where she is a student. Miss Gary Garrlgan. who 1 S a student at Limlenwood College. St. Charles, Mo., lias been placed on tlie Dean's honor roll. To be placed on Ihe roll a student must maintain a scholastic average of B or above for the semester. Miss Garrigan Is the daughter of c. w Carrigan of Blylhevlllc. Mr. and MIS. Bob Downs of Harrisburg announce the birth of a daughter Feb. .0 at HarrLfblirj;. The baby, who is their third child, has not been named. They have two other daughters, Melon and Bonitit. Mrs. Down is the former Mrs. Nrllie Smith of Bl.vthevillc. Mr. and Mrs. Downs are former Blytheville residents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold left Wcdnesdav for several weeks v.lcatlon in Florida and southern points of interest. Mrs. W. n. McMullin is III at Biytbcvlllc Hospital. Her condition Is satisfactory. Condition of Mrs. T. T, Seay who is undergoing treatment and observation for several days at Mcmnh'is Mslhocllst Hospital, Room 206. is satisfactory. Mrs. Scay. who has benn given several blood transfusions, underwent n minor operation this morning. Mrs. Randall Hawks and Mrs. Chcsler Burnbnm spent yesterday in Memphis willi her. Mrs. E. M. Terry Is spending several days In Memphis as guest of her daughter. Mrs. A. R. Wcten- kamp. Mr. Wetcnkamp and [laughter. Terry. Herbert Joyncr has returned to his home from Milford. Kan., where he underwent an operation some time ago. His condition is good. Miss Barbara Monaghnn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mona- Bhan, of Blytticviiic, has been elected corresponding secretary of the Delta Delta Delta sorority chapter at the University of Arkansas. Miss Monaghan, who Is a pledge of the group, maintained a 4.1 grade aver-" ape for the semester's work. Mrs. H. H. Blevins left .today for her home in Newport after spending several days here as guest of friends. The Hev. and Mrs. Blevins formerly THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1950 Coming Events Social Calendar . 0 and N Birthday club meets with Mrs. Carl Marshall at 7:30. Miss GimilQ Shiblcy hostess to Nu Phi Mu corority at 7 p.m. Euzeliaii Sunday School Class of Ihe First Baptist Church meets at the home of Mrs. Joe B. Evans for business meeting at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. W. D. Tommey co-hostess. Kridaj Chapter "N" of PEO meets with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. Alvln Huffman Jr., at Cunningham home for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Hays Sullivan and Mrs. Sam Williams of Osccoln, complimenting Miss Betty Woodson, who wllj be married to Robert McHaney. CBC Club meets with Mrs c. S. Dowdy. Mrs. w. F. McCann hostess to Lucky Rook. Sudbury, Central and Langc PTA study course at Sudbury School at 3 p.m. Mrs. R. c. Allen entertain Club Bight. Saturday Miss Rosemary Johnston and Miss Marilyn Deen entertaining in compliment to Miss Betty Woodson bride-elect, of Robert McHaney. Circle Meets With Mrs. Haines Mrs. Harry A. Haines was hostess Tuesday night at her home to eight members of ' Circle Seven of the First Methodist Church. Mrs. W. L. Horner wits the group's only guest. A brief business meeting was conducted after which Mrs. George Hubbard gave the devotional and a review of the first chapter in the book, "Women In Scripture." During tiie evening Mrs. Haines served a dessert course. made their home in Blytheville when the Rev. Mr. Blevins was pastor of the Lake street Methodist Church. Dr. Ocan Atkinson relumed last night from tlie Mid-South post graduate classes which he has been attending for the past several days In Memphis. Dr. J. B. Beasley, and Dr. Hunter C. Sims will return to- nio] row from Ihe classes Mrs. William Wright, who has been ill nt her home on Walnut Street for the past several weeks has been admitted to the Blythe- vUlo Hospital for treatment Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Bcal of Kansas City. Mo., arc visiting here as guests of Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson. Mrs. Bcal. who Is the former Miss Mildred Johnson, Is a niece of Dr. Johnson's. J. Cecil Lowe was returned to his home yesterday f rom Memphis Methodist Hospital where he underwent an ooeratlon last Saturday morning. His condition is satisfac- tO' : y. Airs. Vernon Thomassoh of SI. L- uls Is visiting here as guest of her mother, Mrs. Gilliepie. Condition of M. T. Moon, who Is ill at his home "at 613 Walnut, is satisfactory. ; Jimmy Lowe, son of Mr, and Mr. c J. Ccril lowe, was formally Initiated into Tail Kappa Epsilon fraternit- nt St. Michael's Cathedral at SI Louis, Sunday. Mr. Lowe is a freshman at Washington University, St. Louis. t i 81 islepifcjse'- ?>V< — « " J , *'» 9°y, fa young, it's completely foshion.righl! Cm short bcneoth yow liny waistline, given a touch of hip fnlcrest, !*>« soil hot a bcoulitully feminine, very flallering point of view. Its fobfic h 100% worsted wool gaboroW m o« Itw bright one! lively colors of springtime! Juniot sizes 9 lo 15. FEINBERG'S Yarbro HD Meets At Bunch Home Twenty-one members and three visitors of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday afternoon at the Imme of Mrs. Clyde Bunch when Mrs. B. B. Lloyd was hostess to the croup. Guests for the meeting were Mrs, Sue Caldwell Mrs. \V. P. C.-ildivell and Mrs. Bunch. The meeting was opened with the showing of the eye opener which was framed copper plncques. They were demonstrated by Mrs. B. A Btigg anil Mrs. R. A. Copeland. Following the singing of the song "Lot Me Call You Sweetheart." the hostess read the poem. "Whatever Is Is Best." Mrs. Walter Barnes gave the devotional which was taken from the 41st Psalm. Each member answered the roll call by telling whether or not they woutci co-operate with the year's project which is highway improvement. Mrs. D. B. Abbott and Mrs. Ernest French spoke briefly on.plant- Jug shrubs after which (ho hostess displayed two chairs which she had reupholstcrcd. Mrs. Bugg aiid Mrs. Lee Stiles demonstrated, their work with oil paints after which -the president Mrs. Elizc Wheeler, presided over a brief business meeting. In Die social hour following Banies were played with'prizes bclnJ presented Mrs. Elsie Wheeler and Mrs. Caldwell. Tlie hostess served pink iced cake and strawberry ice cream. WSCS Entertains With Tacky Party A unique way of admission was the plan used by the Promised Land WSCS last night at liielr tacky partv which was held at the church. The 75 guests attending were charged cue cent for each inch around their waist line. The group spent tlie evening in sanies after which prizes for the tackiest costume were presented Chester Button. Mrs. L, M- Vance and Roland Lynn Howard. During the evening the WSCS served assorted party foods. Wesley WSCS Has All Day Meeting Mrs. Jack Roberts was hostess Wednesday afternoon,to 11 members and two guest.s of (lie WSCS of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Churcli when tlie group met at her home for an all day meeting. Mrs. Ruth Davis and Mrs. n. E. Stringer were the group's guests. A short business meeting was conducted during which time the group voted to buy two chairs for the parson a ee. Following the potluck luncheon the remainder of the afternoon was spent in quilting. Gosnell PTA Has Meeting A regular business meeting of the Gosncll PTA was conducted Tuesday night- at the school witli the president, Mrs. Ross Caldwell, presiding. During (lie evening committees were elected and outlines of the year's work were given. All members of the group were urged by Mrs. Caldwnl) to attend (he meetings, which are held the second Tuesday of each month. PTA'sToMeet For Study Course "Freedom To Grow." is the subject chosen by Mrs. Roy Barley for hci- address lo members of tiic Suil- bury, Central and Lunge PTA's when they meet tomorrow at, 3 p.m. at Sudbury school for a • study course. Following tlie .study the hospitality chninnnn, Mrs. M. L. Stewart, will be in charge of the social hour. Valentine Party Given for YWA Mrs. U'oortrow Wilder, counselor for Ihc Calvary Baptist YWA group, was hostess to H members o! the i group for a Valentine party Monday nishr at tier hotne. I The group spent the evening in PASTRY SALE Home-Made Cakes, Candies, «nd Pics SAT. FEB. 18 — BEGINS 9:30 A.M. • Next Door (o the Itii* Theatre • Sponsored By WOMEN'S AUX1MAIIV OF. THE' ST. STEPHENS EPJSCOPAI, C1IUKCH games and informal entertainment In the entertaining rooms which were decorated with vari-hued flowers. 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