The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1953 · Page 2
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TAGS TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK. 1 ) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY », IMC Pat. Mullius, Society. Editor Phont 4-161 i ! Duplicate League j Sponsors Benefit j'Bridge Party I A benefit Heart Fund bridge party was held last iilght at Hotel Noble, when members of (he Blyltie- ville Duplicate Bridge League were sponsors. '* Party bridge _anri canasta were played, and In the duplicate bridge, an eight-table Howcll movement was conducted. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. O. W. Affllck won first place, while second went to Mrs. W. A. AfVick and Mrs. F. W. Whitncr. Third place went to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson and fourth place to Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. O. W. Copedge. Tiolng for fifth place were O. S. Crowell ani" Bernard Qooch, and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips. • Door prize went to Mrs. Hnrman Taylor, and refreshments were scrv- ed during the evening. Seventeen Attend UDC Meet Here Seventeen members of the Unltfcc Daughters of the Confederacy gathered at the Rustic Inn yesterday for a luncheon given by Mrs. Marcus Evrardi Mrs, R. C. Rose Mrs. Charles Alford, Mrs. W. D Cobb and Mrs. J. W," Adams] Sr. All members were seated at n long table centered with an oblong arrangement of white chrysanthemums interspersed with blue '. Mrs. W. D. Cobb presided at the business session, after leading the pledge of allegiencc to the Unitec' States flag and the salute to the confederate flag. Highlight of the meeting'was report of the annual convention ol the Arkansas Division of UDC helc In Texarkanfl last October given by the chapter delegate, Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Alford, state recording secretary. Mrs. Alford, program chairman Introduced Mrs. Henderson Hall who talked on the lives of the mothers of Gen. Robert E. Lee ant Andrew Jackson. 15RIDE- OLECT — Mr. and Mrs. Lotlie |' V. Biggs of ' Conwny un- louncc the engagement of their daughter, Harhara Rntli, to Caloway Btiinlon ssttt, son of Mrs. Calloway Gossoll and the late Mr Gossett of Uurdellc. They arc students at Hendrix College, Conwny, and will be married Jan. 2-1. Club Entertained At Dixie-Pig Mrs. Leonard Oldham entertained members oflhe La Nueve Club, Mrs Bob Lowe, Mrs. Spencer Alexandei and Mrs. Dan Bell:with a dessert- bridge at tjhe Dixie Pig yesterday..-. Floral, centerpieces were .. used Rl the small table's, from which th hostess served a dessert course am coffee. . In. the afternoon, bridge was play ed and prizes awarded to Mrs. Alex a^dcr. - Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Lym Hughes. ." Make It From A Yard Books Presented To Grade Schools Books were presented to the 11-" braries of each' of the city grade schools this morning by Mrs. Ira Gray, librarian, as attendance awards for "Storyhour." Accompanied by Mrs.- Freeman Robinson, chairman, and Mrs. Dale S. Brlegs. Junior .Auxiliary members, Mrs. Gray announced that Central placed first for both groups, with L'ange placing GCCOIII! for the first, second and third grade group, and Smlbiiry placing second for the fourth, fifth and sixth grade group. "Storyhour," presented eacli Saturday morning by Dlylheville Junior Auxiliary, was attended by a total of 406 children, during the three months contest'which ended Us- cember 20. "Song of the Sun" by Elizabeth Jones was presented to- Catholic school for having the greatest number attending proportionately. Other books presented by Mrs. Gray were "The New Fire Engine" by -Jay Hyde, Arnum, "Feast and Mrs. Banister Is Club Hostess Here Two guests were entertained wit members of the Thursday Contrac Club when Mrs.- Rodney Banlste wns hostess at her home for three-course luncheon followed b an afternoon of bridge games. Guests Included Mrs. J. E. Dick and Mrs, Samuel F. Norris. Luncheon was served from on long table, which was centered wit a low Ivy ring which held floatin pink camellias, pink tapers flanke the centerpiece. In the afternoon's bridge. Mr Edgar liorum won first place an Mrs. Morris won second. Park" by' P. L. Trayers. J'Ttie" 1 Space Ship Under the Apple' Tree," by Louis Slobodkln, "The Mtxed-up Twins," by Carolyn Hayward, 'and "Danny Boy" by Alice Goudey. Dessert Bridge Given in Home Mrs. James M. Elfilander of Drl' entertained Wednesday with essert bridge for members of th ~>elta Club and Mrs. John Ehocl f Osceola and Mrs. Eisner Beal Vilspn. , •. -;• Forming Hie, cogterfllece |ln . th ntertnlniiij; room 'wilt,. 'i' milk 'gla I'Ult bowl holding an arraugeme f assorted fruits. Winner of the afternoon's bridi nines were Mrs. W. O. Speck rolner, first place ,and Mrs. N. Ellis. Jr.. of Wilson, second. By Sue Burnett Neat as a pin and so practical about the kitchen—bib style apron that takes just one yard of fabric In the smaller sizes; if you like, add shaped pockets in gay contrast. Pattern No. 8892 Is a sew-rit* perforated pattern in sizes 14. 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, «. Size 16, 1 yard o[ 39- Inch. For this pattern, send 30o In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 CJulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter This new Issue is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed Inside the book, 2Sc. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Uc & 39c Al All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Douhle Feature Firs! Run in Ulylheville FLESH-FUR Tony CURTIS-Jan STERLING 1 Mom FREEMAN —Plus— IHCY'Rt AT THEI* tESTfT t ^j.—^ cKMiu jMim \£ STWRETT • Greatest January Clearance How in Progress at Kelley's Your Friendly Shoe Store y L SERIAL: The Phantom Empire & Cartoon SUNDAY-MONDAY Double Feature Loretto YOUNG _ PIAJS — "hree Entertain iaptist Class Mrs, Wilbur Ocnnlng, Mrs, Gene Ills and Mrs. Jewel Cowan were o-hostesses last night when they ntertalned members of (he Home- lakers Class of the First Baptist hurch. The class president, Mrs. James imsford, began the program with prayer and a devotional Mas given / Mrs, Darreil Swanner, whose ibjcct was "Let's Take Inventory f 1252." In the business session! a secre- iry's report was followed by oth- offlcers' reports. Mrs, If. H. oks disinlssed the group with rayer, and the 18 members altcnd- \g were served relreshmenls. Missco Club Has Dinner Meeting Members of Hie Mississippi County Home Economics Club gathered «t the Rustic Inn Osccola for dinner last night followed by a business session at the home of Mrs John Ed Williams. Mrs. Helen Carr presided over the business, and Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., program chairman, Introduced the speaker, Mrs. Ralph Wilson, who gave a book review of "Witness" by Whtttaker chambers. The next meeting will be held at the niytheville tage. High School Cot- Bridge-Luncheon 3iven for Club Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertained members of the Mld-Week Club yes- erday with a two-course luncheon, nd their weekly bridge game. Luncheon was served from small allies, which were centered with ed candles. Other candles were used throughout the living room. Winners of the afternoon's bridge verc Mrs, Cecil Shane, first, and •Irs, Harry W. Halnes, second. Thursday Club Guests at Lunch Members of the Thursday Club were entertained at the Country Club yesterday by Mrs. Fl. F. Kirsh- aer when she was hostess for a two- course luncheon and an afternoon of bridge games. Assorted frult-s formed the centerpiece at the table. Winners of the afternoon's agme were Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Baptist Girls .Meet In Member's Home Members of the Trinity Baptist Church Girl's Auxiliary met with Barbara Sawyers yesterday for program begun with prayer by Mrs R. W. Wooten. Elsht members and two guests attended. Betty Crocker was in cbarge of the business and Mrs Max Koonce gave the devotional They were ' dismissed by Belt 1 Crocker, and refreshments weri served. HD Club Meets With 22 Present / Members of the Lost Cane Horn Demonstration Cluh met for monthly meeting Wednesday w 22 members and one guest attend Ing. Mrs. Raydo Veach gave the devo tloniil after which Mrs, Yonne Harris presided over the business. During the social hour, Mrs. Edith EofI conducted games. Refreshments were served by the hostesses,. Mrs. Leatha Veach, Mrs- Ruby Vcach and Mrs. Eaff. Mrs. Seay Has Party for Club Mrs. Frnnk Seay was hostess last night to members of the GEO Cluh and Mrs. Randall Hawks at her home for a dessert-bridge. Winter scenes provided decorations for the entertaining rooms. Winners of the evening's game were Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, first, Mrs. Hawks, second, Mrs. T. H. Caraway, brldgo, and Mrs. Harold Davis, traveling prize. Huffman YWA Meets In Lawson Home Members of the .Young Women's Auxiliary of Huffman Baptist Church were entertained last night by Mrs. L. W. Lawson with seven attending. Those taking parts on program were Cora Mae McDanlel, Peggy York. Geraldlne Hatchel, Mnxine Nelson, Barbara Hughes and Jewel Ray. They were dismissed with prayer. past month with her daughter and "amlly, Mr. and Mrs. Bob West, md daughter, Ruth Ann, in Gary, Ind., and friends in Milwaukee, Wls. Capt. and Mrs. Charles L. Els- ander of Fort Lawton, Okla., have returned to their home after being the guests of Capt. Elslander's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Elslander of Driver. Capt. E Blander Is awaiting his overseas assignment. While her husband Is away, Mrs. Elslander will be at home with' her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. c. E. standefer of Wilson. Cube Caldwell, who is a patient at Blythevillo Hospital, Is reported to be in a satisfactory condition. Mrs, A. G. Wallace and Mrs. Callie Mulkey of Memphis were here to spend yesterday with the Henry Westbrook family and Mr. and Mrs Jack Hood. , Raymond Maxwell, who ' underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital Memphis is reported to be in a satisfactory condition. Mrs. Fred Smith of Osceola the houseguest of her sister, Mrs Rodney Banister, and Mr. Danistc this week. Airman Second Class riosco Craflon arrived home today alter spending 18 months in the Azores. His new assignment will be Westover Field, Springfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Wade will leave tomorrow for a two-month vacation in points in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin have returned to their home after visiting In Marysville, Calif., as guests of their son, Lt. W. D. Chamblin, Mrs. Chamblin and daughter, Wendy. Mrs. Kenneth Richardson Is a patient at Walls • Hospital where she underwent surgery there Wednesday. The former Miss Myra Ann Neeley, Mrs. Richardson Is reported In a satisfactory condition. Coming Events • Friday Past Matrons and Patrons Club has meeting at Masonic Temple at 7:30 p.m. with,Mrs. Raleigh Sylves- ,er »nd Mr«. T. J. Bailey .hostesses. Saturday Stbryhour at the City Library Is being held from 9 to 11 a.m. Elderly Square Dancers CALOARY, Canada «•}—Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilson, ngect 80 and 16, have been presented'with a perpetual pass to dances held b'y the Mountvlew Community Club Square - Dancing Association. The elderly couple seldom miss a dance. Fit* rtat The museum of the Natioa*! Xe4 Cross headquarters In Washington. D. 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