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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 7, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER T, <? • 4 Society, ne Sheiton, Society Editor f Phon» 4461 Miscellaneous Shower Given in Church Rooms Mb* Winnie Ooodson and Leon Walden shared honors last night at- a miscellaneous shower given in the recreation rooms of the Full Gospel Tabernacle. Miss Goodson and Mr. Walden will be married in • mid-September ceremony. The 35 guests attending the event spent the evening In party games. Gifts for the couple's new home were arranged on a luce-laid table. Illumination was provided by slender white tapers wreathed in yellow cactus dahlias and tuberoses, Punch and cake was served lol- lowinjc the opening o( gifts, with Mrs. Tom Brown and Mrs. Fay Austin presiding at the punch bowl. Cake was served by Miss Irene Davis and Mrs. John Brown. • * * Red Peppers Entertain At Cottage With Tea The Red Pepper Club enlerln'ncd with a tea Tuesday afternoon in the Blytheville High School Home Economics Collage honoring high schoul and Junior high school /acuity members. The 3 to 4 p.m. affair especially complimented <iew members of the faculties. .The guests were greeted by club president, Betsy Bell and sponsor, Mli Luna B. Wllheltn. Sally Trleschman presided at Ihe guest book. Rosemary Monnghu'i and Wlnnlbeth i Buckley alternated at tlie refreshment table, which was topped with a low design of mixed garden blooms. /The school colors of maroon ;ind while predominated In the entertaining room's decorations. Approximately 38 guests attended the affair, one of the initial -cvanU ushering In the school year. Guests Play Bridge Wilh G. E. 0. Club Mrs. Hob«rl I. Thompson nnd Mrs. Prank Scay were guests InsL night with the GEO Club when Mrs. Johnson Black vrell entertained with n dessert bridge at her home on Hardln. High score in the bridge game went tn Mlsfc Vera Goodrich, with Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney second lilgli. taking Sensational Date Frock By Sue Burnett )essert Bridge, at Club •lon.ors Kibitzers, Guests i Varl-shade zinnias provided a late summer touch to an entertaining room of the Country Club yes- icrdny for the dessert bridge enter- taming the Kibitzer Club and one M rs. I In i ry A. I lalnes was ioste- G s for Die event for which Mrs. Robert HfirUgan of Hartford, Conn., was the only Mrs. Robert McHaney was high icore bridge winner, with Mrs. Hartigati taking second high acid Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Jr., winning bridgo, . • * * Mrs. Gean Tops Scores Of Weekly Bridge Club Mrs. Billy Joe Gean won bridge .tore honors lor me mbo rs and gnest.s of the TLE Club Wednesday nl^hl uhen Mrs. Jcnks Scrape enter (allied at her home for the weekly event. Mrs. Gilbert S toy the, Mrs, Jnck Dickcnson nud Mrs. Gean were gue.Us for the evening o( bridge. A party plate was served by Mrs. cnrfjjc nnd bridge was played with Mrs. W, J. Cupplcs winning second lilgh and Mrs. jerry Scrape, bridgo. lub Convenes In Vinson Home The lionie of Mrs. C, A, Vinson yesterday \vns tlie scene of a, potluck luncheon-biwiness meeting of members, two guests and one new mcniber of Ihe Arruorel Home De/nonstrntlon. Club. The invocation wns given by Mrs. W. E. Kdmondscn. Following luncheon, served in nti entertaining room, a business discussion wn.s held .witli iw being made for an exhibit at the county fair later I his month. Mrs. Vinson read the poem of the afternoon after v/hleh joint repeftt- itig of the club collect adjourned the bt-manthly session. Mrs. Laura Everett To Head Class Mrs. Laura Everett night was nnrned president of the Adult Women's Class of the Baptist Chapel, Fourteen members and two guests met at the Chapel for the basinet- social session. Named to serve with Mrs. Everett were Mrs. C. S. Webb, vice president; Mrs, E. C. Thompson, secretary and Mrs. Fr J. Austin, social chairman. A potluck. supper preceded the business &ewlon, which wa» follow^ ed with a surprise .shower honoring Mrs. H. H. Burnett, whose home burned recently. Pat Burks and Frank Wagner, Jr., left today (or the University of Arkansa-s, Fayetteville to continue their studies. Frank Ix a transfer student from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, MLss Ann Brown, assistant Dean of Women at Southwestern. Memphis, wilt be tlie weekend ol Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller. John Graham Sudbury will leave tomorrow lor the University ol Arkansas, Payettevllle to begin his freshman BLudie Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reid of Lexington, Ky., are the Kticsts of Mrs. Reid's parents, Mr. and Mrs W. T. Barnett. Miss Barbara Monajjhan left Tue.sday for Brink Icy where she was Mic jjucst of. MLw Pat Wei.' before leaving Wednesday for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville where she will be a senior. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Anderson left today /or Tucson, Ariz,, to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Willis French of St. Louis, formeriy of Blytheville. announce the birth of their child, a son, Sept. 1 In St. Louis. He has been named Gary WillU. Mrs. French is the former Miss Earlene Hodge of BlytlievLlle. P. D. Foster, Jr., will leav» tomorrow for Mississippi Slate College, atarkvllle to continue hU studies. He hart been the summer guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Miss Betty Dodds and Mis* Florence Moore left today for Newbern, Term., to be the weekend guests of relatives. Mr. and P. T. A. Board Meets; Leaders Are Introduced Offlc«t Ker» Introduced »nd committee chairmen announced ywUrday at the Initial session ol the Central Ward Parent Teachers As.soclatlon Executive Board. Mrs, Jesse Taylor and Mrs. E. J. Cure were hostesses at the Taylor home on We.M Main /or the llrst session o( the current school year. Guests for the meeting were fac- uUy members. readers of the Association for the year are Mrs. Cure, president; Mi's. John Caudlll. vice president; Mrs. Taylor, secretary; Mrs John Burnett, treasurer; Mrs. Cecil i.owe, program chairman; Mrs. Alex Shelby, historian; Mrs. O. S. Crowell, librarian; Mrs. Johnny Marr and Mrs. Charles Brogdon, hospitality; Mrs. R. L. Dedman and Mrs. Joe Trleschman, parent education; Mrs. Mrs. Steve Brooks left today for their home In New Orleans After several days visit here with relatives. Mrs. C. W. Oarrlsjan, Mrs. Loy Welch and Miss Gay Garrlgan spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Memphis. Miss Gnrrigan left Memphis Wednesday for the University of Arkansas. FfiyettevUle where she will be a Junior. C. L. McWaters, devotion; Mrs. j Irene Terry, lunchroom; Mrs. Lillian Frank,, health and safety; Mrs. Alton Jageers, summer round-up: Mrs. E, M. Huffman, magazine; Mrs. J. B, Stevenson, nursery; Mr.s. Oscftr Fencller, parliamentarian; Mrs. C. K. Graves, publicity; Mrs. Clyde Wilson, founder's day; Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. Hartley Hr>ys, finance. Faculty members were introduced to the Board in a social hour following. The large porch of the home and entertaining rooms held bow\s of. assorted late summer blos- Mn. Uavli Honored The hcme of Mrs. H. D. Alston, Sr., was the scene of a miscellaneous shower Tuesday honoring Mrs. Paul Dean Davis with Mrs. Milton Towle.s and Mrs. William Davidson serving as hostesses and Mrs. Myr. tie Brown, Mrs. W. A. Thieine. Mrs Barney Thrclkcld and Mrs. Jack Wagner a.s co-hoste^es. In the receiving line were Mrs. Maudie Ballard. Mrs. Hettie Milll- gan, and Mrs. James Moore. Misses Pat-sy and Betty Milligan and Mrs. H, D. Alston, Jr.. registered the guests in the bride's book. Mrs. William Edwards, Mis. Dean Pierce and Mrs. Jcnnella Wall directed the 71 gue.sts in party games. Mrs. Jean Ashabranner. Mrs. Billy Fcx, Mrs, Martha Lawhcrn, Mrs. Worlham, Mrs. Arlljie Robinson presented Ihe gifts. Out-of- town guests were Mrs. Max Walters and Mir-s Sue O.sment, both of Ely Uieviile. Has Hirlhilav 1'arly Mrs. Charley f,feacham was entertained with a birthday dinner at hor bedside Friday at the home of hr-r daughter, Mrs. liill verrmllion Mrs. Meacham is convalescing after a serious Those attenriiti? the dinner were Mr». Vernon UUw of Newport, UM. Lowell Birrlcklow, Mri. Xdward CiabUee, Mis. H»rv«> Durham and Mrs. Vermllllon. renoruU Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hatcher and family h»ve returned from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Darling Bailey of Midland, Mich., and her brother, Mr. Bill Gipson of Benton Harbor. Mr. and Mri. Robert Skelton of Oak Hidg*. Tenn., announce the birth of a son August 17. He has been named Reggy. Mrs. Skelton is the former Miss Evelyn Fox. Mrs. Pearl Hlcloi and Mr. Bill Palmer, both of Lepanto, were mar ; ried at the Manila City Hall Tuesday night with Mayor I. D. Shedd officiating. Mrs. Vernon Miles returned to her home In Newport Sunday alter a visit with her mother, Mra. Charity Meacham. Mrs. Raymond Fox returned home from Oak Ridge. Tenn.. Tues- aller a two weeXs visit with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Skelton. Mr. Fox motored to Oak Ridge Saturday to accompany her home. Mr. Jesse Gordon left Monday for Marked Tree where lie will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rogers of Benton Harbor, Mich., Mr. Tcm Roscrs of Cave City, and John Rogers ol Tvvimann leu for Iheir respective homes Sunday after a visit with their sister. Mrs. Charley Meacham. Mick Licensed Into Ministry Jack Dalton Mick was licensed; into the gospel ministry Wcdnes- j day nlghl In services conducted at i Ihe First Baptist Church 111 addition to the regular mid-week Pray- | er meeting. j He Is the son of Mrs. J. B. Arm- \ strong and Is active In affair* of! the Chapel Mission. j The praye^ or dedication for Mr. • Mick wns given by the Rev. E, C. • Brown. Attending Blytheville schools i he will begin his college studies | thiA lall at Southern Baptist, col- ; lege at Walnut Ridge. j In other activities of the church, | it was recommended and accepted j that a series of revival meetings lie | held Sept. 16-23 nt, the church with; the Rev. E. C. Brown as speaker.! , , . Miulcal programs will be under the 1 Mrs. W. T. Shekel, *as removed | nlrect!on 0 , Mrs . Harold Davis and Class Social Held At Baptist Church Mrs. J. D. Atkins and Mrs. Henry Catdxvell last night svcre hostesses at Calvary Bnptlsl Church for fl pol- luck-soclal meeting honoring Ihe TElf Class. Garden blooms adorned the church entertaining room for the occasion. Mrs. Atkin* presented t:it devotional with Mrs. p. H. Jenil- gan lending a Bible qUz. Following the bnlfel men!, ullts were given a class member Mr,. Oliver Anderson, who left today Inr Tucson, Arli.. to make her home. Throvighont the evening, groi pictures were made. to her home on West Walnut yesterday afternoon from St, Joseph'* Hospital, Memphis, where sha had URen a pntlent for a week, Hef condition bt reported us much improved. Dr. and Mra. Lawrence Fouraker antl Infant daughter, Senter, left Oils morning for their home in SloLe College, Pa., after visiting here as guests ol Mr*. R. I. Haley and 'nmily. Joe A. Orr of College Sta:ion, Tex,, wh lias been visiting Hftre 'or several days also, Is remaining for n longer visit. Charley Cze.shln, Jr., left this tnorntng for the University of Missouri, Cohimbift, to resume his Rtu- s. He Is a senior. Party Planned For Residents A 'gel-acquainted' party for families of the ChLcknsaw Coin ts is i planned for tomorrow night at 8 p m. at [he Court. The C, C. Club. «utic vip ot men living in Chick?ua\\ Ladies-play Is Cancelled Due to a crowded social calep- dar for BlythcviUe aoctety next week, the monthly Lad Sea Day luncheon originally scheduled for Wednesdny At the Country Club will not be held, Mrs. F, E. Black, L Auxiliary president announced day, The monthly events will be .sinned In October, to Mrs, C. M. Smart, it WAS announced serviced would be held 7:25 to 7:55 each morning Sept. 18 through Sept. 21. Revival services will be conducted each evening at 7:30 p.m. preceded by Sunday School at night and Junior choir at 7 p.m. It . wa.i also recommended that Sept. 9-15 be proclaimed "Week of Preparation for the Revival" with prayer meetings being held in various «ct1on.s of the city. Special events win get underway Monday at the Men's Brotherhood dinner at 7 p.m. which will have in addition lo the usual program, prayer service and visitation. Livestock MUSIC MEANS LIFETIME HAPPINESS Start Your Child on the Piano, Organ or Voice Now [( Is sometimes said "You can't buy happiness"— however, you can provide the inspiration and friendships (hut go with the ability to play 01 sing. That's why we say your child's musical education is an important us his AHC's! HAVE YOUR CHIM) STUDY WITH TRAINED SPECIALISTS. Fowlston School of Music 815 Cliick;isa\vba Phone 204* Bexel Vitamins for CHILDREN! Courl.s ,Li sponsoring the evcnl <vill' be highlighted vvilh a siioei. dance. Tll€ C. C. Club Is orsniilzcd to help make [tic Courts -linni.: [or all (he families and this Initial party "•ill be for Introductions and gettiny There's plenty of style news tn this handsome dress for special afternoon wear. Criss-cross oanris of self fabric add a clever neck detail the slim, softly draped skirt has front pleats. Chickusaw Courts Pattern No. 8158 Is n sew-ntr j south Highway Cli is .. perforated pattern tor siics 12, 14, i the Blytheville Housing 16. 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, short aleeve, tl( yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desiied, p.nd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier N'ews, 312 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6. III. Th» Pall and Winter Issue of FASHION Is just what- you've 'xrn waiting for—a complete guide In planning » wearable wardrobe for « new season! Gilt patterns printed Inside. J5 cents. Sept. 10 Date Of Singing Meet Sept. 10 is the date which has been selected for tlie Northeast Arkansas Singing Convention, the Rev. Dnr- rell Froud. convention president, announced today. The 7'.30 p.m. meeLlnp will b« held nl (he Church of God. 20th.-nd Cherry. ' tocateo nn : Authority. | At The Hospitals Rl.vthevillc Hospital Dismissed: Betty Whalcy, Dell. Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Col. John Mrutin Chapter of Daughters ot American Colonists entertaining \vllh picnic supper Ihe Hays Sullivan home at Burdelte. 4 p.m.. complimentinji; members of the Chlckasiuv Chnplcr of tlv Children of the American Coloyists. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. Sept. 7. f,-n— IUSDA)— Hogs 10,500; 10 to 25 cents lower than Thur.s- day's average; mostly 13 to 25 cents lower; bulk 180-230 Ibs 20.75-90, top 21.00; few 240-210^ Ibs 20.00-75; scattered lots 280-325 Jbs 18.7519.75; 150-110 HM 19-25-20.25; 120- HO Ibs 16.75-18,50; "pigs 100-110 Ibs occasionally down to 15.00 and below; sews 400 Ibs down mainly 17.2518.25; over 400 Ibs 15^5-16.75; atftgs 13.50-15.50: boars 11.50-15.00. Cattle 750: calves 700; few good to low choice slaughter steers and heifers 32-00-34.50; utility and commercial lot* 29.00-31.00; common and medium rep In cement steers 2500-32.50; most utility and commercial con 1 ,! 23 00-27.00; canners and cutlers 17.00-2250. Ixj»t Colimy Orertl herds of - wnlru.s&s once inhabited the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Wanton .slaughter of the animals, mostly tor oil. destroyed the colony more than a century ago. 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