The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1954 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE M, 1954 Society News Sooiftty Editor * Prior* M4«2 Whutk-Sloas Wedding Party Is Honored at Rehearsal Dintwr Members of the wedding party of Miss Annette Whistle and Dr. David Sloas were complimented last night at a rehearsal dinner. Miss Whistle and Dr. Sloas will exchange vows at the Dell Methodist Church 1 »t four o'clock this afternoon. Mrs. Ruth Campbell, aunt of the* bride, was hostess for the affair, which was held at the Plantation Boom of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Campbell received her guests kx a white cocktail dress and pinned rose cymbediura orchids, a 'gift from Miss Whistle, at her shoulder. Tbe bride wore a navy shantung cocktaM gown and was given a corsage of yellow roses. A three-course dinner was served Irom a U-shaped table overlaid with imported linen. Lilies, roses, daisies and asters decorated the tables and provided a yellow and pink color scheme Love birds in the chosen colors and pastel tapers ic silver candelabra completed table decorations. The guests' places were marked br cards attached to rosebuds set in pouffs of malice and ribbon. - Following dinner, the rehearsal was held and Miss Whistle and Dr. Sloas presented their attendants •with sterling silver ashtrays and sterling silver cuff links, respectively . Other than -the wedding party, Bwest* attending were Mrs. Fred Dodson of Flint, Mich., an aunt of tfce bride, Miss Barbara Boyce of fikeston and Miss Jean Parker of Ifashville, houseguests of the bride. rfcat Popular Halter Sundress that is particularly flattering to a young figure. Cut on princess lines with the beloved halter neck-Ma*. Button-on bolero. Pattern »o. 8087 is in sizes 10. II, 14, 16. 18, 20. Size 12, dress, 4Vj yards of 39-inch; bolero, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size lesired, and the PATTERN NUMBER *o Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Btreet, Chicago 6, BH. Don't miss the latest issue of Basic FASfEON. The new Spring *W catalog will delight you with tte up-to-the-minute styles that are •ew-Hmple. Send 35 cents today. Rainbow Girls Entertained With Dance And Party The Rainbow Girls and their dates were guests of honor last night when they were entertained with an informal dance at the Masonic Temple. Summer flowers were used about the rooms and refreshments were served f-rom a table centered with flowers, throughout the evening. Chaperones for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Alford, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott, Mrs. J. H. Childress. Mrs. Shields Edwards, Mrs. Earl Damon and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyett. After the dance the girls had a bunking 1 party and Mrs. Alford, Mrs. Childress and Mrs. Edwards were chaperonos. Country Club Ladies Day Event Is Held the Country Club ballroom yesterday at the monthly Ladies Day, when a profusion of greenery and L Mrs. C. G. Redman returned yesterday from Kansas City, Mo., where she visited relatives. Pfc. J. R. Owens, son of Mrs. Lelon Rea, who has been stationed in Jacksonville, Fla., and recently transferred to Millington Naval Station, visited his mother, and sister, Miss Patty Owens, over the weekend. Misses Margaret Watson and Pat- vivid summer flowers were stirred | sy Ann Wilson of East Prairie Mo., are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner and by the club's new fans. Colorful flowers were throughout the club house. Card tables held miniature bouquets of brightly colored zinnias and greenery in brass containers. A two-course luncheon was served preceding the games of bridge when seven tables of players participated. Mrs. Henry Humphreys was Chairman of the hostess committee and other hostesses were Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. Robert Killian and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs. Sam Owens won high score, with second going to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steele in the bridge games. Guests from out-of-town attending the party were Mrs. Cunningham Brett of New York City, the houseguest of Mrs. Jenkins at Steele, and Mrs. Robert F. Smart of Richmond, the houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson. Methodist WSCS Compliments New Pastor at Reception Here Members of fhe Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church were hostesses last night from 7:30 to 10 p.m. for a reception honoring their new minister, the Rev. Harold Eggensperger, and Mrs. Eggensperger, who moved here last week from Russellville. Those in the receiving line were the Rev. and Mrs. Eggensperger, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams and Miss Helen Hamilton, educational director of .the church. Miss Hamilton moved •here recently from Little Rock. The table from which refreshments were served was overlaid with a white organdy cloth over yellow. The centerpiece was of mixed garden flowers in a crystal and silver epergne. Those assisting at the table were Mrs. C. C. Czeschin, Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mrs. William Wyatt and Mrs. George Pyles. Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. R. R. Jayroe. organists, provided music throughout the evening. Arrangements of gladioli, zinnias, dahlias and magnolias were used in Fellowship Hall when approximately 200 guests attended. Mrs. E. F. Still and Mrs. R. H. Kirby were in charge of arrangements. Trinity Baptist Circles Meet Members of the circles of Trinity Baptist Church met this week. The Jewel Abernathy Circle met in the home of Mrs. Leslie Kenwright with nine members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. H. H. Burnett. Mrs. Arab Speck presided over the business session. Mrs. Bill Cook taught the lesson. The Evelyn Stafford Circle met with Mrs. Marvin Kenwright with eight members, one ne,w member and four visitors present. Mrs. Porter Miller led the opening prayer and Mrs. E. C. Parks was in charge of the business session. The devotional was given by Mrs. John Buchanan and Mrs. Bert Ross taught the lesson. Closing prayers were by Mrs. Max Koonce and Mrs. Kenwright. The Mildred Matthew Circle met in the home of Mrs. Alvin Pritchard with ten members and two visitors present. The opening prayer was by Mrs. Bill Borum and the hostess gave the devotional. Their meeting was a surprise layette shower honoring Mrs. L. D. Marr. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Bobby Webb. The Marion Cook Circle met with Miss Katherine Austin with nine members, one new member and two visitors present. . The devotional was given by Mrs. Idell Lowe and Mrs. Koonce taught the lesson. The closing prayer was by Mrs. Bill Lowe. At the conclusion of each of these meetings the hostess served refreshments. At the Hospitals BlytheviHe Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. I. W. Neal. City Enoch Austin, Rt. 2, City Mrs. J. J. Pope, Luxora Bobby McAuley, City Jackie Wagnon, City Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Suzabeth Ely the Parker, City Carl Moses, City Marion Pugh, City Malcolm Griffin, City Mrs. Edith Butler, City family. Miss Watson is the niece of Mrs. Turner. R. D. Eberdt of Memphis, Jess Eberdt of Washington, D. C., Lewis Eberdt of Birmingham, Ala., and Frank Eberdt of Lake Village, Ark., have returned to their homes after visiting in the home of their sister, >f*-s. Cal Gossett of Burdette. They were joined by another brother, Gus Eberdt. Also visiting Mrs. Gossett and her son, Jim Gossett, were Mrs. L. H. Eberdt, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wierslett and son, Jimmy, all of Birmingham, Mrs. R. D. Eberdi and daughter. Andrea, of Memphis, Mrs. Gus Eberdt of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Schmidt and children, Gus and Faith, of Jonesboro and Miss .tfimi Hening of Warren, Ark., who will remain for several days. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Belknap, Jr., Bridge Game Is Held Here Members of the Blytheville Country Club Bridge League played a five table Howell movement last night with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips winning first place with 60 l / 2 points. Second place was awarded to Bernard Gooch and Mrs. Frank Grigsby with 59 y z points. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin were in third piace with 57 points. In fourth place with a 56 J / 2 percentage were Louis Lynch and Mrs. E. B. Gee. Sunday morning at the Walls Hospital. The baby, who has been named Charles Raymond, has two sisters, Virginia Ann and Rayona Charline. Mrs. Belknap is the former Miss Virginia Haynes. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley and children, Becky and Mike, have returned from a vacation spent in Ormand Beach, Fla. Mrs. E. L. Boggs and daughter, Jerry Ann, were in Little Rock as guests of Mrs. Boggs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Rankin. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Rankin to Florida on a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham have returned from Knoxville. Tenn., where they were guests of Mrs. Cunningham^ brother, Bill Crenshaw. Miss 'Rene Ncrris is in Memphis today where she is attending a party given for Miss Virginia Brooks, Memphis debutante, by Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Nelson. Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smith and children, Susan and Donna, are in Daytona Beach. Fla.. for a vacation. They are expected home next week. Mrs. B. A. Lynch has returned from St. Louis. Mo., where she has been the guest of her son, Bert Lynch, Jr.. and Mrs. Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger have returned from Columbus, Ga., where they have been visiting their son. First Lieut, Charles E. Crigger. Mrs. Crigger and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. William O. Boone are the parents of a son, born yesterday at the Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Walter Oresta. The Boone's have two other children, Billy and Dorothy. Mrs. Boone's condition is satisfactory. The Rev. Bernard Brackin of Poplar Bluff, Mo., is attending a five-day convention with the Rev. O. S. Jaggers in Los Angeles, Calif. His brother. Smith Brackin, who was visiting him in Poplar Bluff, came home late yesterday. Coming Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hote; Noble. Kibitzer Club has meeting with Mrs. Ross Hughes, Show Starts 7:00 p. m. lie ft 3St At AH Tfa»«t WED., ft THURS. Double Feature touwu AND— Cartoon 'Mouse In Manhattan* BIG FLOOR SHOE SALE After our first big wtek wt have re-grouped and added to shoes in our big Floor Shot Sal*. Wt have added several new lints and repriced some shots. So, during the final days of our salt wt art of ft ring Bigger, Better Bargains In Mtn's, Wemtn's and Children's Shots! Mrs. Fitzhugh Honored With Drop-In Here Mrs W. J. Fitzhugh, who is moving to Magnolia, Ark., was honored yesterday morning with a drop-in when friends from the neighborhood were present. Mrs. Dalton Fowlston and Mrs. Gordon Harris were hostesses for the affair at the Harris home. Mrs. James Rainwater and Mrs. Harvey Kidd assisted at the refreshment taole which was overlaid with a pink organdy cloth and centered with pink flowers. The hostesses presented Mrs'. Fitzhugh with a girt. Country Club Members To Celebrate 4th of July 'When' of Life's Situations Reveals 'Why' and 'How' Reading between the lines. When a woman brags that she "gets along" with her in-laws you can be pretty sure there is no love lost between them. We don't brag about being able to "get along" with those we love or even truly like. When a man starts calling his once-slender wife "Chubby," it makes no difference how much he seems to be kidding, it is time for her to reduce. When Junior insists that "all the other kids" are going to get to do something, you can be sure that "all the o t h e r kids" are telling Butft their parents the very same thing. When a mother tells you her child has never given her a moment's trouble, she is either blessedly forgetful, or she is the kind of mother who always blames someone else for whatever trouble her child gets The Fourth of July holiday this year wil! oc celebrated at th« Country Club here with entertainment planned for the more than 200 members and their families. With the three-day celebration to get underway Saturday, a buffet supper will be served, followed by informal entertainment with A. H. McManus and B. B- Goodman in charge of games. The regular golf games and supper will be the program for Sunday as final preparations are made for the Carnival Monday afternoon and night, following special golf matches. All members of the club, their families along with dates of their sons and daughters, and visitors outside the 30-mile radius of Blytheville will be included in the festivities. They will be invited to view the club house, which is being re-arranged and to enjoy the four new fans given by the Duplicate Bridge League, which have made the club comfortably cool. Paul Farriugton, pro of the club, will be in charge of the golf matches which will end as the Carnival Midway opens at 5 p.m. There will be special attractions for the young fry and 'teen agers along the midway which is to be gaily decorated, with a dozen booths arranged. Such sh^ws as fortune telling, a children's fish pond, the balloon-dart game, a show "For Men Only", a barber shop quartet and various other carnival type games will entertain the large- crowd expected. A special fireworks display and piano music by Willie Blum of Osceola are other attractions slated. A barbecue supper will be served with the new hostess, Mrs. Welch Foster, in charge of reservations. into. When a woman has a reputation for being a "perfect housekeeper," you can usually find her children making cookies in a neighbor's less- shining kitchen, or playing ball on a neighbor's less - well - groomed lawn. When a man low-rates women in general, it's a safe bet he doesn't have a very high opinion of his wife. When a wife airs her grievances against her husband at her sewing circle it is probably because she is afraid to stand up to him at home. When a man tell his wife they have got to start economizing,* he expects her to understand that any equipment he needs for hie.hobbies comes under the heading of "necessities." When a woman says that a girl would make some man "a good wife" it is the same as saying that her marriage chances are pitifully slim. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritx * ftoxy Program Announcement! 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