The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 17, 1954
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BLYTHEVILLE fARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 17, 1954 Pat Mullins, Society Society News *, Society Editor I I Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Nathan Wade Miss Patricia Mullins Married Mr. and Mrs. R. Ottis Mullins today announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Patricia Day Mullins. to Nathan Newby Wade, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Wade, ST..-all of Blytheville. * The double ring ceremony was solemnized Saturday in Yuma, Ariz., with Dr. Jack L. Niville, Baptist minister of Yuma, officiating. For her marriage, the bride chose an ice blue Carlye original frock of silk faille and starched lace. The sheath dress was fashioned with a strapless lace mould- ed bodice and completing her dress she wore a faille bolero jacket with elbow length sleeves and wide lace collars. Her accessories were of white satin brocade and her hat, a white straw pillbox, was sprinkled with rhinestoner She carritd a white Bible topped with a cascade bou quet of pink orchids showered with stephanotis. Following a two week* wedding trip to Roaarta Beach, /Mexico, Mrs. Wade will return to Blytheville to make her home while the bridegroom will be on duty with the Navy in Alaska. The bride was graduated from Blytheville High School and for the past two years has served as society editor of the Courier News. Also a graduate of Blytheville High School, Mr. Wade Attended University of Mississippi, Oxford, where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha social fraternity. Following the termination of his duty with the Navy in November, Mr. Wade will be associated with Wade Furniture Company, Inc. T$a Honors Blytheville Teachers The Home Economics Cottage of BlytheviUe High School was the setting yesterday afternoon for the annual tea given by Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson, Miss Rosa Hardy and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, complimenting teachers of the Blytheville School District. A yellow and white color scheme was used throughout the entertaining rooms, with roses and other spring flowers arranged at vantage points. The refreshment table, covered with a lace cloth, was centered with an arrangement of yellow and white flowers, flanked by silver candelabra holding tall yellow tapers. Fruit punch, assorted cookies, mints and nuts were served during the afternoon, with Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. C. M. Smart alternating at the refresh- ment table. Assisting the host and hostess ' in greeting their guests were Miss Melba Pryor and Ml« Janet Nelson, and in charge of the guests book were Miss Gallya Sue Stillwell and Miss Linda Lee Taylor. Mrs. George Cross ST., was in charge of the refreshments served during the afternoon, and the decorations and assistance in serving were in charge of Miss Virginia Bowen and Mrs. Abe Kinningham, home economics teachers. They were assisted by Miss -Caroline Crafton. Miss Sue Owens, Miss Kay Jobe, Miss Beth Johnson, Miss Lou Owens and Miss Donna Sue King. Approximately 150 guests attended including teachers of the school district, Blytheville school board members,* administrative personnel of the school district and Parent-Teacher Association officers, and their husbands and wives. Summer Go-Together Sue Burnett The most beloved outfit in a junior summer wardrobe — the full, full skirt in a gay material teamed wflh a simple blouse. Pattern No. 1429 is in sizes 1C, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, skirt, 4 yards of 39-inch; blouse,. 1%. yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 172 W. Quincy. Street, Chicago 6, fll. Don't mis* the latest issue of Ba- Mc FASHION. The new, Spring '64 OAUlcj will delight you with its «p-to-th*-minute styles' that are •fw-ftMiple, Send 3ft cents today. Coming Events Monday Dr. Edna Nies will oe hostess to members of the Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church, 7:30 p.m. Katie Hatton YWA of First Baptist Church meeting with Miss Millie Ann Mallory, 7:15 p.rn. Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh entertaining members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at her home, 7 p.m. Tuesday Marion Cook Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Max Koonce, 7:30 p. m. Special meeting of Odd Fellows Lodge No. 18 at hall, 8 p. m. Miss Barbara Smith is hostess to the N. N. Club. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. F. E. Utley Mrs, Eddie Burks entertains for members of the Tuesday Canasta Club. Wednesday Club Sight meeting with Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs. S. E. Tune entertaining members of the Wednesday Club. Town and Country Club will be entertained by Mrs. A. G. Hall. Thursday Mrs. B. A. Lynch is hostess to to Mid-Week Club. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. J. T. Scrape •ntertaininf T.L.I. Club. FrMay La Finesse Club mating with Mrs. W. B. Rader. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan entertaining Friday Contract Club. Vendredi Club meeting with Mrs. Max Walters. Mrs. Bob Blaylock, Jr., entertaining members of the Tueve Bridge Club. Chapter N of PEO having 1 p.m. luncheon at home of Mrs. R. H. Kirby, with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. Roy I.. Bagley, co-hostesses. Ladies Biblt Class of First Methodist Church having party at the church - I p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. O. C. Ganake. Mrs. W. R Moore and Mrs •. Motley. Oldest known Book, found in China in 1*00, bear* the inscription: "Printed on May 11, 1MI," according to the Incyelopedia Britan- ntea. Benedictine Music Pupils To Give Recital Pupils of the Benedictine Studio of Music will be presented in their annual recital tomorrow at 7'45 p.m. at the Immaculate Conception School. Taking part on the program will be Alien Thornbrough, Robert McKernan, Jimmy Rounsavall, Claudia Jane Klene, Ronnie Poetz, Ronnie Freeman, Gloria Clark, Betty Carol Burks, Jimmy Johnson, Tudy Vrska. Donna Lou Day. Nancy McKinnon, Charles Stanford, Bob Robertson, Patricia Hanley, Deenie Kittany, Mickey Johnson, Donald vyoods, Ray Cassidy. Ralph Cassidy, Betty Jo Tinnen, Florence Ambrose, Glenda Lee Poetx, Paul Wagner, Donald Chil- Kernan, Jimmy Rounsaval, Claudia Glover. Sandra Lee Manning, Margaret Kennedy, Sally Kennedy. Marty Caudle, Juanita. Larkin, Betty Sue Larkin, Diane Donner, Weston Scrape. Philip Nation, Mary Mac Hopkins, Joe Smith, Rene Hays, Delores Harris, Ralph Nichols, Phil Smith, and Joe Smith. The program will be made up of piano, accordion, saxaphone, clarinet and trumphet solos together with numbers by the Rhythm Band and vocal solo*. Bits of News %4 J Dance at Hut Approximately 100 members and guests of Club 38 were entertained Thursday night at The Hut when Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle. Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., were hosts and hostesses at a dinner dance. Entertaining rooms of the clubroom were decorated with a profusion of roses, and the same colorful flowers were used the length of the refreshment tables. Guests present in addition to the club members included Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stout, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Dr. and Mrs. Joe E. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman. M*. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Killian. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomassbn, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Eric j Whitley, Miss Christine Grady. Josh Pruitt, and Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley. Tueve Bridge Club Entertained Members of the Tueve Bridge Club and a number of guests were entertained Friday night by Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Geary at the home of Mrs. Geary's sister. Mrs. Utho Barnes, and lAr. Barnes. Pink roses were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home where a dessert course was served preceding the bridge games. High score ;prize for the ladies was won by Mrs. George Ford. Jr., and by Jim Shinn for the men. Bridge prize went to Mr. Ford. Guests in addition to club mem- be" included Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Gean, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Warr and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kirfay have as their guest her mother, Mrs. J. E. Wilbourn of Paragould. Mrs. Lillian Taylor of San Diego. Calif., has arrived here to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Stallings announce the birth of a son Thursday at Blytheville Hospital. The baby, the couple's first child, has been named Douglas Usrey Stallings, Jr. Mr. Stallings is the former ' Miss Bonnie Sue Bowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowers of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft Terry returned yesterday from Fort Meyers, Fla., where they spent two weeks. They were accompanied on their vacation by Mr..Terry's sister, Mrs. J. S. Tiller of Tiller, Ark., who also returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Putnam. Sr., and grandson, Philip Putnam, of Fulton, Ky., were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson and children spent the weekend in New- Prom Is Held By Leacbville Juniors, Seniors LEACHVILLE • Junior Class of - Members of the Leachville High School entertained seniors of the school and a large number of special guests Friday night at a Junior- Senior Prom. The affair, attended by approximately 110 persons, was held in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble in Blytheville. The prom theme of "Moonlight and Roses" was effectively carried out with glittering stars and a full moon suspended from the ceiling above the dance area, and a large wishing well in which wishes" were dropped and pennies thrown for good lucjc. The banquet tables were decorated with greenery and a profusion of roses, interspersed with red and white candles, carrying out the school colors. A program was presented which during the dinner hour, was followed by several hours of dancing. Included among the guests were Mrs. Ben Reid and Charles Clark, junior class sponsors, together with Mr. Reid and Mrs. Clark; Mrs. burn, Term as guests of Mi's. John- Clema Edwards and paul G son's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Homer senior clags s ors s t and Blessing. Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Johnson of Memphis spent yesterday here with Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Buffington and son. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mr. and Mrs Bob McCoy, accompanied by Mrs. Hermie McCoy and children of Hayti, Mo., spent yesterday in Chaffee. Mo., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Shuford. They also attended part of the Garden Pilgrimage held yesterday in Portageville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hall of Chicago, 111., have returned to their home alter a visit here with his mother, Mrs. Henderson Hall and other relatives. Mrs. W. G. Kiebler of Enid, Okla., will return tomorrow to her home after having spent the past three weeks here with her sister, Mrs. W. F. Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Neal of Coolidge, Ariz., arrived today for a visit with Mr. O'Neal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Manly. Mrs. O'Neal is the former Miss Eula Smith of Blytheville. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham has returned from Little Rock where she has been visiting relatives. Gordon Hearnsberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dilmus Hearnsberger, who has been undergoing treatment at Blytheville Hospital, was removed Saturday to his home. His condition is reported to be slightly improved. Pvt. Ruble Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Austin of Gosnell, left yesterday afternoon for Fort Knox, Ky., after spending the weekend here with his wife, the former Miss Betty Montgomery of Burdette, and other relatives. Mrs. Roy I. Bagley returned Saturday from a visit in Grand Junction. Colo., as guest of her brother. Bob Daniel and family, and in Stillwater, Okla., where she visited the Rev. and Mrs. Poe Williams and family. While in Stillwater she attended the graduation from high school of the Williams' daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowe and son, Jerry, spent yesterday at Wappapello Lake, Mo. They were joined there for the day by their son. James Cecii Lowe, II. a student at Washington University's School of Medicine in St. Louis, his fiancee. Miss Margaret Keim of St. Louis and Belleville, 111., and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett R. Keim of Belleville. Mrs. Roy Dawson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wetherington. 40 BHS Seniors Are Entertained Colorful cotton frocks and blue jeans were in prominence Friday night when Miss Marjorie Dougherty and Miss Bertha Ann Gaines entertained 40 fellow-members of the senior class of Blytheville High School at a "round-up" party. The suburban home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young was the setting for the unusual affair, where leather saddles, lariats and lanterns were used to carry out the Western theme. Refreshments were served throughout the evening as the guests danced on the patio. Chaperones included Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Young, and Mrs. Raymond Harrison. At the Hospitals Bj-thcville Hospital Dismissed: Billy Hudson, Armorel Mrs. Gene Strickland, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Steele Peery. Blytheville Melba Brown., Steele, Mo. ' Alice Faye Nelson, Hornersville, Mo. Mrs. Mildred Storey .Manila Stevie Wall, city D. Davis, city t Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Ann Rainwater, city Mrs. Ben Abbott tmd baby, city Mrs. Ted Doss, city Mrs. Cecil Cooper, city Mrs. Ernest Middleton and baby, city David Lee Burton, city Leroy Choonick, city Lloyd Flannigan, Pollard, Ark. Jesse Coalter, city Rodney Adkisson. city Mrs. Robert Doyle and baby children. Carmen and Rayford, were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris have i in Camp Campbell. Ky., yesterday returned from Little Rock where ! where they attended the open house they spent two days on business, and j held in observance of Armed Forces Heber Springs, where they were \ Day, and to visit their son, Pfc. Wil- guests of relatives for the weekend, j liam E. Simpson, who is stationed Condition of Mrs. Jack Tapp, who j there. They were accompanied home underwent a major operation last i by their s5n and by Pfc. Floyd M. week at Chickaswba Hospital, is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Simpson and Tate Jr., of Dell, and Pvt. J&sse Crowl of Rosston, Okla., who are now their guests. ITS COMING Miss Martha Marie Richardson Is Wed to Lt. Marion E. Tuteral The Rev. and Mrs. John Henry Richardson of Blytheville, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Martha Marie Richardson, to Lt. Marion Eugene Tuteral, USMC, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tuteral of Parsons, Kans. The double ring ceremony was solemnized at 8 o'clock in the evening of May 3 in the Depot Chapel, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif., with the Rev., Harold F. Symons, Meth- 20 Are Guests At Birthday Party A birthday party for 20 girls and boys was given Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hardy, when their daughter, Donna Faye, celebrated her fourth birthday, Prizes in the game played during the afternoon went to Mary Lou Osborne and Lorene Harrison. The dining room where the children were served birthday cake and ice cream, was decorated with balloons and the refreshment table held small baskets of candies which later were presented the guests as favors. odist chaplain, officiating. The chapel was decorated with flowers and candles The bride was dressed in a beige frock with a bolero jacket trimmed with pearls and rhinestones, and wore harmonizing brown accessories and hat. Her corsage was of orchids. Mrs. W. G. Braun, matron of honor, wore a gray suit with matching gray hat and accessories, and a corsage of gardenias. Ronald Hosselfeldt served as best man. Lt. and Mrs. Tuteral will be at home at 4469-A Ohio Street, San Diego, where the bridegroom is 'presently stationed. Baptist Class Is Entertained Mrs. . Porter Miller entertained Frigay night at her home for members of the Fidelis Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Courtney Birmingham, the devotional by Mrs. BUI Crocker and the closing prayer by Mrs. Miller. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Shawnee FHA Chapter Meets JOINER — The Future Home- Makers of America chapter of Shawnee School entertained Thursday night with a banquet honoring their mothers. Miss Joyce Miller, president, called the meeting to order, Miss Alice Ann Ashburn gave the welcoming address, and Mrs. Mary Louise Musick made the response. Each member present introduced her guest, and told of the club's purposes. A red and white color scheme was carried out with the officers' table being centered with an ar-< rangement of red roses flanked by red and white candles. Games, contests and songs 1 entertained the group following dinner. Vendredi Bridge Club Meets Here Budvases of pink rosebuds centered the bridge tables when Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson was hostess Friday afternoon at her home to members of the Vendredi Club. 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