The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 27, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1084 Society News llnrv Snriptv Editor I Miw Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Luncheon Compliments Miss Shippen Miss Delia Shippen of Osceola, bride-elect of Graham Partlow, was guest of honor at a luncheon- bridge at the. Hotel Noble yesterday when Mrs. R. B. Stout and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., entertained. The two-course luncheon was served at indiivdual tables centered with small arrangements of daisies. At one end of the room was a table holding daisies in an epergne. The hand painted place curds carried out the daisie motif. Miss Shippen was dressed in a floral print on white polished cotton. She wore white accessories and was presented a daisie corsage and a silver tray from her hostesses. Mrs. H. T. Shippen, mother of the bride, and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, mother of the groom, also were presented with daisie corsages. The reception room was decorated in garden flowers in straw- hats. Winners in the bridge games played during the afternoon were Miss Bamona Graf ton, high, Mrs. Farris McCalla, second high, and Luxora Couple To Wed In August Presentation of Trophies Mrs. Partlow, faridgo. Out-of-town guests were from Osceola, Etowah and Arrnorel. Miss Nancy Jo Hamby Nancy Hamby, Robert McFarland To Exchange Vows In August Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynn. Hamby* are announcing today the engagement and approaching.marriage of their daughter. Miss Nancy Jo Hamby, to Robert A. McFarland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary McFarland. Miss Hamby is a gradaute of Blytheviile High School where she was secretary of the Bed Pepper Club, a member of the Beta Club, a capella choir and National Honor Society. She was queen of the Red Razoo Club and is now employed by the Courier News. Mrs. Segraves, Dr. Carney Exchange Vows Mr. • McFarland is a graduate of Blytheville High where he was secretary of the Red Razoo and participated in several other activities. He is now employed by Mead's clothing store. The wedding will be solemnized Aug. 8. Baptist Circles Meet In Homes Members of the Trinity Baptist Church circles met in the homes of members yesterday. The Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs, E. G. Lovell with six members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. A. L. Richardson and Mrs. Peggy Buchanan presided over the business session. Mrs. John Nelson and Mrs. Porter Miller were in charge of the program, prayer dismissed the Sentence group. The Jewel Abernathy circle met with Mrs. C. S. Webb with eight members present. Mrs. R. C. Benefield opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Bill Cook taught the mission book. Sentence prayer dismissed the group. The Mildred Matthew circle met with Mrs. Bill Boren with eight members and nine visitors. A special prayer meeting was held. The guest speaker was from Osceola and Mrs. Max Sconce dismissed the group with prayer. At the conclusion of each meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Edward Segraves of Osceola and formerly of Blytheville became the bride of Dr. Henry Carney of Texarkana Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the First Methodist Church in Little Rock. Dr. Aubrey Walton, pastor of the church, officiated at the ceremony. They are on a wedding trip to San Antonio, Texas, and upon their return will reside in Texarkana. NFMS Conducts Meeting Here The Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society met at the church last night for a program and business meeting. . The meeting was opened with group singing followed with prayer. Mrs. Oscar Alexander presided over the business session. Mrs. Harold Thompson presided over the meeting and the devotional was given by Mrs. Roy Gaines. The program was given by Mrs. Dan Robert and Miss Doris Payne. J. T. White dismissed the group with prayer. Fidelis Class Has Meeting The 'Fidelis Class of the Firsi Baptist Church met in the dining room of the church last night for a regular meeting. The meeting was opened with group singing followed with prayer by John Mayes. A devotional was given and Mrs. Earl Walker presided over the business session. Mrs. C. E. Johnson dismissed the the group with prayer. Mrs. Thomas Bogun was host- tess and at the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served. Guests of the group were their husbands and Mr. and Mrs. Mayers. Mrs. J. F ; , Brownson Mrs. Bronmson Takes Legion Auxiliary Post Mrs. J. F. Brownson was installed as Fifth District President of the American Legion .Auxiliary at their convention in Little Rock Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hanna 'of Luxora announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth, to Joe Dudley Smith of Luxora, son of Mrs. J. W. Smith and the late Mr. Smith of Luxora. Miss Hanna is a .graduate of Luxora High School where she served as co-editor of the High School paper and was selected by the student council to attend Girls' State. She was gfaduated from Freed-Hardeman Junior College in May. Mr. Smith graduated from Luxora High School in 1951. He served in the Army for two and one-half years, serving in Korea for thir- . teen months. Mr. Smith plans t^ enter Arkansas State College in Jonesboro in September. The wedding will be solemnized Aug. 29 in the Church of Christ in Luxora. The final sessions of the Northeast Arkansas Sectional bridge tournament were played Saturday and Sunday with the trophies being awarded the winners. Miss Elizabeth Hanna Bits of News f-'er&onal Coming Events Get your youngster fashion minded by starting her off at an early age with fashionable clothes. Nothing is worse on morale and tends to make a little girl fashion lazy than clothes than lack style and were worn by the preceding generation. Read Courier News Classified Ads, The Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meets with Mrs. McGuire at 8 p. m. Marion Cook Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. F. L. Wicker at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Mrs. Sam Owens is entertaining members of Club Eight. Thursday The Trinity Baptist YWA meets with Miss Patsy Henson at 7:30 p.m. Esther Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets at the home of Mrs. Earl Wilson at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. J. H. Smart is entertaining the Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Members of the Chillion Club meet with Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Friday Miss Pat Partlow entertaining with party for Miss Delia Shippen. Ladies Guest Day at the Country Club at 10:30 a. m., followed by a luncheon. last week. Mrs. Brownson served as uresi- dent of the Legion Auxiliary" here last year and is serving as* sergeant-at-arms this year. Those from Blytheville who attended the convention were Mrs. Ben Mays, auxiliary president, Mrs. H. C. Blanke'nship, Mrs.' Speck McGregor, Mrs. Emil Damon, Mrs. Elton Foster, Mrs. John Hart, Mrs. Marshall Black, Mrs. Charles Cronk and Mrs. Brownson. Blytheville won first place in the poppy campaign and in the poppy poster contest. A national citation was presented the auxiliary for their Child Welfare Work. Using too much floor wax is not only extravagant but also an accident hazard. WSCS Of Joiner Installs Officers JOINER The Women's Society of Christian Service held installation of officers at the Methodist Ch- srch Sunday night. Officers installed were Mrs M. H. Benton, president; Mrs. Ed Crutcher, vice-president; Mrs. Abe Samons, secretary; Mrs. O. L. JenJcens, treasurer. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Richard Green, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Rosco Crafton. city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mary Prances King, Rt. 2, city The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh of Magnolia will arrive today to be the guests of the Rev. Mr. Fitzhugh's aunt, Mrs. J. L. Cherry, and Mr. Cherry. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gary and daughter, Carmen, .motored Mrs. L. E. Edwards to her home in Grossest after she had spent several days here. Carmen remained for an extended visit. Mrs. L. E. Gordon and son, Marshall, and Mrs. Iverson Morris have retrned from a two weeks vacation spent in Tennessee, West Virginia and North Carolina. They were accompanied by Mrs. E. W. Walker of Dyersburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Fisher and family are .spending a vacation in Arkadelphia where they are visiting relatives and at Lake Conway visiting friends. A family reunion was held at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Gene Shultz Sunday. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. E.-E. Fraye and I family of Casca, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duvall and family of Lakeland, Fla.; Bill Bertrand of Chicago, 111.; Louie Warren and Alta Kelly of Memphis; Thurman Fraye of Trumann and Mrs. Clay Chrisco and family of Luxora. Kathye Ann Caldwell left Monday from Memphis by plane to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Caldwell in Atlanta, Ga. Miss Mona Joy Gaines and Stanley R. Zellner are attending summer school at Washington University in St. Louis. Ray Beck, who has been a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis, is returning home today. Mary Lou Sanders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Sanders, who underwent major surgery at Le Bonheur Hospital in Memphis last Friday, condition is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wylie have moved to Greenwood, Miss., where they will make their home. Becky Utley is spending several OMAHA, Neb. —Leave your child alone and he'll walk soon enough advises the president of the National Assn. of Chiropodists- Dr. Stewart E. Reed warns parents to avoid placing a child in a playpen before he can walk. Instead, leave the child in the center of the floor. When the youngster is ready, he'll stand up by himself. Teenagers Have Flare For Shirts And Petticoats By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Fashion Editor Anne Forgarty, perennial teenager, once fell in love with a shirt — and thereby hangs a shirt-tale. The platinum blonde Anne, who wears her own size 7 junior dresses, also loved petticoats, and so she decided to effect a union of the two. The result has been a new way of dressing for most of America's style-conscious girls. The shirt dress with crisp full skirt flaring out over several be- ruffled crinoline petticoats, is the favorite costume of the nation's younger, set, and a special signature of designer Forgarty. This year the popularity of her favorite pet outfit has broken all past records. Any girl between the ages of j 14 and 21 who doesn't own a collection of man-tailored shirts and cancan petticoats considers herself underprivileged indeed these days. Says Miss Fogarty: "I guess it's the boy's shirt with the girl's fluffy ruffles that appeals, to the kids. The tailored tops have the crisp, understated look that young people always Like, and the crinolines below remind them to I be feminine. Anyway they look cute, don't they?" They do. Miss Fogarty herself looks cute wearing any one of her summer collection of glorified shirt dresses. With ner 21-inch waist and youthful figure, she expects to go on wearing junior styles for the rest of her life. Her philosophy is that it's more fun to stay young. This season she has done her In the last session of the Team- Of-Four Championship Played Saturday over-all winners were Mrs Zoaie Glover, M. A. Lightman and John wade of Memphis and Nate Silverstein of Marion in first place and Mr. and Mrs. John Potts of Little Rock and Mrs. Fred Eberson, Mrs. L. B. Buchanan and Mrs. Houston Payne in second place. In the Early Birds session winners were Mrs. Rose O. Groves and Curtis Finch of Little Rock, first and Mrr. Henry Humphrey, and Mrs. F. W. Whitner of Blytheville, second. The winners in the Individual session were Mrs. Ed Rogers of Memphis, first; John N. Griffin of Mississippi, second; and Jim Roleson of Blytheville, third. In the first session of the Open Pair Championship winners were Gosnell Class Has Election of Officers The sophomore class of Gosnell High School held an election of officers last week. Officers elected were Leroy Pearson, president; Claude William, vice-president; Allene Wilson, secretary and treasurer; Lloyd McCormick. sergeant-at- arms and Patty Davis, song leader. shirt dresses in unexpected feminine fabrics and prints, such as red rosebuds on black-and-white striped cotton, blue carnations on a white ground and so on. This way to faster Long Distance days with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rowland, in Warren, Ark. Mr; and Mrs. Gene Duncan, and daughter of Jackson, Tenn., were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pruitt. Mrs. L. B. Buchanan of Memphii and Mrs. Earl Hassler of Little Rock, first, and Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. E. B. Gee of Blytheville, seconu. Over-all winners in the Open Pair Championship were Herman Lindy of Jackson, Miss., and Isaac Benton of Jackson, Tenn.. first and Mrs. Fred Eberson and Mrs. Houston Payne of Memphis, second. In a special game played Sunday afternoon to conclude the tournament, winners were Mr. and Mr*. Mark Ford of ShaUimar, Fla., first place in the North and South Division and Miss Shirley Hubbell of Kansas City, Mp., .and O. O. Hardaway of Blytheville, second. East and West winners were Mrs. J. F. Etchieson and Mrs. George Wiggs of Blytheville, first, and Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Joe Ferguson of Blytheville, second. MORE HEARING PER DOLLAR THAN YOU WOULD EVER BELIEVE POSSIBLE — Now with the All-Transistor. 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