The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 2, 1954
Page 4
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rout BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY t 1954 MM. Nathan Wade, Society Editor Society News S<vi»tv Editor / Phone S-4461 MARRIED HERE — Mrs. David Allen Sloas Is shown following her marriage Wednesday at .the Methodist Church of Dell. She is ifee former Miss Annette Whistle, daughter of Mrs. Clement Hamilton Whistle and the late Mr. Whistle of Blytheville. Dr. and Mrs. Sloas, now spending - a wedding trip in Florida, will make their home in Portageviiie, Mo. July 4th with Carnival Here Stringing electric light, blowing up ballons, decorating the side show booths and all the other many details for a Carnival party will be the "order of the day" for members of the Country Club this week end. For the Carnival Party, to be •staged Monday afternoon and night, ''beginning at 5 o'clock, ia to be the most elaborate affair attempted by the club. Plannned in celebration of the .Fourth of July-holiday, all members of the club, their children and out of town guests will have an unusual array of entertainment at their command. To be staged by the Ladies of the Club, Mrs. Edgar A. Stacy is general chairman of the Carnival and many committee members will assist in setting up the Midway, in front of the club house, and operate the numerous attractions. Along the colorful Midway, there will be musical entertainment by Willie Blum of Osceola, in the ballroom and .numerous games to in-1 etrest both the "old and young." Barbecue Supper A barbecue supper will be served with Mrs. Welch Foster, the new hostess, in charge of reservations. The booths will be constructed by Kemper Bruton and J- Farris Mc- Calia'-'with decorations under direction of Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson and Mrs. Kemper Bruton. The children will find, special interest in the Fish Pond with Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens Jr., in charge. The Carnival photographer, who will deliver your picture immediately, will be Dr. James C. Guard. No Carnival is compleie without pop corn and balloons with Mrs. W- J. Pollard to direct these con- cessions. She will be assisted by Mrs. J. E. Dicks and Mrs. W. L. Horner. Prizes also will be awarded in the Balloon Dart game operated by Mrs. J. Neal Gesell and Mrs. Ches- etr CaldwelL Fortunes Told .Your future will be told by "crossing the palm with silver" with Mrs. T. A. Haggard of Steele, Mo., planning the fortune telling booth. "For Men Only' 'is title of a sideshow, explanation of which is being kept secret. A Golf Ball game is to be operated by Louis Lynch and Henry Hoyt of Leachville. Two attractions are expected to highlight the entertainment with Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. Everett B. Gee, Bernard Gooch and Edgar Stacy to stage one show and Mrs. E. M. Regenold. Mrs. John Ed Regenold, Mrs. J- M. Williams and Miss 'Janet Nelson to stage the other show. Another concession, with prizes will be operated by Toler Buchanan, Marvin Nunn Jr., and William O. Boone. The Carnival barker. J. T. Sudbury, will call attention to the attractions of the Midway which is to have music playing and to be brilliantly lighted. Dale S. Briggs and Albert Taylor head this project. j Fireworks Display j A free fireworks display will be j staged by Frank Whitworth and George Hubbard Jr.. is arranging a "barber shop quartet" for Carnival strolling. And dozens .of details—which include such projects as getting rid of the mosquitoes—will be attended to by other members of the Garni- Masterpoint Game Played Members of the Blytheville Country Club "Bridge League played a seven table Mitchell movement last night. Winners in the masterpoint game were Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Ed Cook, north and south winners, with 76% points. In first place, east and west, were Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Henry Humphreys with 77 points. Other north anr" south winners were Mrs. Russell Phillips and 0. S. Crowell, with 66 : /i points, second place; in third place were Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. Audreanel Freeman with 62V-> points; Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner were in fourth place with 55 points. Other east and west winners were Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs, second place with 72% points; in third place with 71 points were?; Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Ruth Pender; Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines with 70% points were in fourth place. Ruth Class Has Fish Fry Here The Ruth Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rector last night for a fish fry and monthly business meeting. After the fish supper in the yard the group adjourned to the house for the business meeting. Mrs. Al- Hardy led the opening prayer and Mrs. Josephine Rollison presided over the business session when reports were given and new group captains were elected. These included Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Mrs. Rector and Mrs. A. H. Bingham/ A devotional was given by Mrs. Hardy and Mrs. Rollison dismissed the group with prayer. Guests of the group were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. Alvin Hardy, J. H. Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyett. Cheree Briggs Has Birthday Cheree Briggs 11 was honored on her ninth birthday when her mother, Mrs. Dale Briggs, entertained 22 of her friends with a two-course luncheon on the sunporch of the Country Club. • The guests were seated at a long table which was centered with the birthday cake and. favors of miniature dolls guests. were presented the After Cheree had opened her gifts the group attended the show. Mrs. Briggs was assisted by Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mrs. Walter Day and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. val Committee. Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, president of the Ladies of the Club; Mrs. Dale S. Briggs, vice president; Mrs. P. D. Foster Jr., secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., who wilth Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. Edgar A. Stacy are members of the general House-Hostess Committee, and Mr. and Mrs. 3- B. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McManus. Mrs. Charles Rose, Mrs. E. B. Tomas, Mrs. O. E. Knudsen, Miss Maureen Norris and Mrs.'Henry Hoyt of He'achyille. Planned for entertainment, any profits from the Carnival will be used for future affairs. If rain should prevent the Midway being operated on the club yard, the entire "production" will be staged in the club house. MARRIED — Mrs. Hal Gallop, Jr., is shown following her marriage Sunday at the Baptist Church of Walcott, Ark. The couple will make their home in Paragould after returning from their wedding trip. Gallop-Holky Wedding Held Miss June Elizabeth Holley, daughter of Mrs. Essie Holley and the late George W. Holley, became the bride of Hal Gallop, Jr., son of the Rev. and Mrs. Hal Gallop, Sr., all of Black Oak, ia a ceremony Sunday at the First Baptist Church of Walcott with the Rev. Mr. Gallop officiating. The double-ring ceremony was performed "before an archway of greenery with pink tapers and baskets of gladioli. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Needham Holley, of Kennett, Mo., wore a gown of white chantilly lace over white bridal satin. The low neckline and lace overskirt were scalloped, and the fitted bodice was fastened with a row of tiny pearls Chillion Club Has Meeting Members of the Chillion Club met at the home of Mrs. Mike Meroney yesterday afternoon. Winners in the games played during the afternoon were Mrs, O. O. Elkins, " Sr.. first: Mrs. Felix Carney, second; and Mrs. Mary Hatfield, third. Summer roses centered the tables where the guests were seated. A dessert course .nd iced drinks were served by the hostess. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ira Lambert. Sr.. city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John P. Kollingsworth and baby, Rt. 3, city. Mrs. Mary Spain Sanders, Charleston, Miss. Mrs. Annie Murchison, city. Sterling French, city. Mrs. H. C. Weathers and baby, city. John Bruce Gann, city. down the back. The sleeves came to points at the wrist and the skirt was fashioned with a full cathedral train. Her finger-tip veil fell from a small scalloped crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and. white feathered carnations centered by white glamelias. Miss Laura Jean, Edwards of Walcott served as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Vera Dunham, Miss Joann Elliott, Miss Sue Cato, all of Walcott, and Mrs. Glen Me Arthur of Blytheville, the groom's sister. They wore pastel gowns and carried nosegays of glameUias. Tamra Lynn May and Jean Carolyn Adams, both of Wal|i cott and cousins of the" bride, I served as flower girls, Stephen McArthur of Blytheville and Teddy Lee Short of Paragould served as trainbearers, and Mary Ella May and Bonnie Kay Blackwood were candlelighters. Glen McArthur of Blytheville served as best man. Ushers were Dean May, Tommy May, Jimmy Stalcup and Royal Fletcher. Following the wedding, a reception was held" in the church parlor with Mrs. Needham Holley and Mrs. Wanda Wilcox assisting the hostess. They will make their home in .Paragould where Mr. Gallop is a member of the Dixie High School Faculty and Mrs. Gallop is employed by Ely and Walker. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Paul Human and children left today for Knoxville and Oneida, Tenn., where Mrs. Human and children will remain for an extended visit. Mr. Human will return Sunday. Rowland """aust wm spend the week end in Moon Lake, Miss., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Faust. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ray will spend the week end in Jackson, Tenn., visiting Mrs. Eugene Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blankenship. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ollison and family are leaving tomorrow for Vernon, Fla., where they will visit Mrs. Ollison's sister, Mrs. Augusta Ward. When they return Mrs. 01- lison's mother, Mrs. Mattie Copeland, who has spent the past several months in Morida, will return with them. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and daughter, 'Reen will have as their guest over the week end Mr. and Mrs. William H. Caldwell and Faulkner Bill of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt of For;; Smith will arrive tomorrow to visit Mrs. Van Zandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys." R. A. Friend, who was recently discharged from the Air Force at Mitchell Air Force Base, N. Y., arrived home last night to .join his wife and son and visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend. Mr. and Airs. Friend and son will leave July 8 for Oxford. Miss., where Mr. Friend will enter University of Mississippi. Guests of Mrs. J. E. Lanier are her daughter, Mrs. Frank Vipale, Mr. Vipale and sons of North Arlington, N. J. Tuesday the group went to Jonesboro to visit Miss Betty Jean Wheatley and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archer Wheatley. Miss AHene Wimberly, a student at Southwestern in Memphis, will spend tne holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. Miss Wimberly will have as her guest Miss Lynn Sturgess. They will be motored home by Mr. Wimberly. Mrs. R. L. Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ashby and children and Mrs. Roberta Gann of Torrance, Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. .P. Burks and other relatives. They will attend the funeral services for Mrs. R. H. P. Burks this afternoon. Mrs. Constance Camps of Memphis is visiting for several days with Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mr. Fendler and children. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, Jr., of Savannah, Ga., will arrive to- j morrow for a two-week visit with Mr. Ferguson's parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Joe Ferguson, Sr. Armorel HD Club Has Meeting Members of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Taft Metzger yesterday for a potluck luncheon. After the luncheon a demonstration on baking was given by Mrs. W. Leonard Smith and Mrs. Metzger. Tops In Casuals 8074 12-42 Sue Burnett This beautifully tailored shirt- Fat Melts With Care By ALICIA HAET ~ NEA Beauty Editor Many readers have asked advice lately on what to do about a fatty deposit between the shoulder blades. This condition is known by the lofty title of "dowager's hump." high at all times. You are holding Actually, it is likely to disturb a hard-working seamstress, typist or pen pusher. For it is habitually held forward and the shoulders rounded. Tension and depression are partly resoponsible for the condition. They tend to stiffen the muscles and pull the neck bones out of place. So, the first thing you should do is learn to carry your head high at alltinies. You are holding your head properly when your ear lobes are directly over your shoulder bones. And to help relieve tension, try this: Let your head fall onto your chest and then raise it slowly, tilting it back as far' as possible. Do this up to 12 times and as oftoi during the day as you think of it. In addition to working at improving .your posture, you can hasten the disappearance of the heavy lump of fat with massage. Using a good tissue from the hairline down every night. And don't forget the importance of relaxation. In trying to improve your posture, don't assume^ a stiffly straight one. Correct posture is comfortable_ could wish. Make with or without sleeves. Pattern No. 8074 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 13,- .20; 40, 42. Size 14, with sleeves, 3 Vfcyards of 39-inch. For this • pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name,' address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Don't miss the latest issue of Basic FASHION. The new Spring '54 .catalog will delight you with waister.-has a fresh, . out-of-the- its up-to-the-minute styles that are band-box air, is as versatile as you sew-simple. Send 25 cents today. Coming Events Saturday University Club has 9 p. m. dance, at Hotel Noble. 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