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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 10, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Ifl, ltd Societu, AtewA Annual Journey to Halls of Higher Learning Begins for Blytheville Students This Month Jftnt Shelton, Society Editor V Phone 4461 Bridal Shower Continues Events for Miss Whittle Clusters of blue and white ribbons marked the chair In which Mtss Dorothy Whittle was seated Friday night at the bridal shower given in her honor at the Billy Johnson home in the Number Nine community. Mrs. Eugene 'Schultz and Mrs. Johnson were hostesses for the pre- nuptal party, one In a series feting Miss Whittle, who plans a Sept. 14 marriage to Eric Lloyd Ray. Silver bells inscribed "Dorothy" were suspended over Miss Whittle's chair. Pastel summer blooms completed the party setting. Following the games, the hostesses served tiny cakes iced "Dot and Lloyd" and frosted drinks to the 33 guests. Miss Whittle was presented blue lied white carnations, which she pinned to the shoulder of her navy blue frock, worn with white accessories. • Mrs, Raymond Whittle, mother of the honoree and Mrs. Eric Ray. Mr. Ray's mother, were special guests. • • • Gold and White Party Fetes Miss Eaton GoM and white was selected to predominate In the decorations of the Sterling Martin home Thursday . night lor the miscellaneous shower feting bride-elect Mtss Mury Jo Eaton, who will be married Saturday to James D. Jefferles of Little Rock. Miss Kflthryn Martin was hostess to 20 guesU for the affair. Fall blooms in vari-shades decorated the rooms In which the evening was •pent In bridal games, with Mrs. George Spaeth, Miss Vivian Patterton and Miss Ruth Hale winning prlzec. White alters caught In ribbons ol gold were presented Miss Enton, who pinned them to her gown of blue and gold. After the gifts for the honoree's new home had been displayed the hostess served ft dessert course. The chosen gold and white theme was repeated In the napkins which were embossed. "Jo and Jim." Mr». Coady Eaton, mother of the honor** and Rhonda Eaton, sister of th* bride-elect were special Supper-D»nce at Hut; New Memberi Introduced Eighty-fly* memberi and guests, Including six couples who became 'new members of the Dell Supper Club attended the monthly supper- danc* at the Hut Thursday night. . Dr. and Mrs. Prank Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman were hosts a'nd hostesse* for supper and the evening of dancing. - Karly fall blooms In a myriad of colors adorned the reception and ballrooms for the event for which a, 'back to school' theme was chosen. Introduced as new members were, Mr. and Mrs. Max Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates, Mr. and Mrs. Worth" Holder. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams «nd Mr. and Mrs. William Rader. Layette Shower Honors Mrs. Johnny Donner A layette shower was given In compliment to Mrs. Johnny Donner yesterday afternoon at the Bill Wagnon home, Mrs. Wagnon and Mrs. Buddy Joe Layton were hostesses for the affair. Favors of tiny boottes filled with assorted, candies were presented the 15 guests who spent the afternoon In games. After the assorted gifts had been opened by the honoree, cookies and iced drinks were served. Included In the guest list were Mrs. John Wagnon of Campbell, Mo., and Miss Mary Louise Wagnon of Lepanto. Marrietta Graves Has Parly for 20 Guests Saturday afternoon Marrletta Graves marked her 6th birthday with a party for 20 guests at the E. C. Graves home on West Ash St eet. Mary Margaret Mead and Becky Henderson claimed prizes In the party games preceding the opening of gifts. Games for the a! fresco affair were directed by Eva Lee Graves and Gall Brogdon. The birthday cake, holding six lighted candles, was served with Ice cream. ' " * Baptists Begin Preparation Week A "Week of Preparation" for the revival scheduled to be he'ld Sept. 10-23 at the First Baptist Church got underway this afternoon when women of the church met in homes for Circle session. The Men's Brotherhood Supper tonight at the-church at 7 p.m. will be followed by prayer service and visitation. Hays Sullivan is progranx director. Cottage prayer se.ssions In homes of various sections of the city have been scheduled. Meetings for Tuesday will be In the homes of Claude Rowland, 1218 Holly; W. E, Strickland, 2228 Birch; C. M. Smart, 1044 Wnlnut; Archie Hays, 113 Pecan; the Rev. E. C. Brown, 806 Wesi Ash; Worth Holder, 1J7 Kentucky and Clarence Johnson, 704 North- •ast Parkway. Listed for Thursday are . O.. B. Sdds, 1415 Chicknsawba; R. p. Kerbough, 2209 Birch; Mrs. J. W. Rayder, 1101 Holly; Randal Hawks, 701 'ecan; C. L. Evans, 508 West Wal- lut; E. D. swaner, 421 Kentucky, ind Herbert Joynrt, 502 Lake. Friday meetings will be held In he homes of' Raymond Zachary, 300 Chlckasawba; Alvin Hardy. 517 West Walnut; Harry Brooks, 08 chickasawba; Alvln Huffman, 'r., 1218 'Country Club Drive; Seorge Ingram, 623 West Walnut; Ted King. 306 Kentucky and Kendall Berry, But-Held Road. Always In Style \ Delphians Plan September Session The Chlckasaw Chapter of the Jelphia, Society will resume meet- ngs following a summer recess with a luncheon-session at Hotel Noble Sept. 26. Meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, but the group will meet only once In September and will ft'sume bi-monthly meetings In October. The 11 a.m. session Sept 36 will feature the program "Meaning of Good Design In the Practical Arts.' with Mrs. Byron Moore as leader. Bits of News iy f-'erionai Roger Luui left today for the University of Missouri School of Mines, Rolla, where he will be a sophomore, Pvt. Jack W. King arrived yesterday afternoon from Camp Stewart, Ga., to spend 15 days with his mother, Mrs. W. L. Green and fam- ,'. Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Dunn and children, Jimmy and Mary Ann of Union City, Tenn., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Dunn's mother, Mrs. Pearl Hires. Billy Edwards left this morning for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Bobby Edwards left Friday for the University where he will be a sophomore. Mrs Raymond Zachery and children, Peggy Ruth and Raymond and Ben Craig spent yesterday In Memphis where they visited Mr Zachery. who is > patient at Campbell's Clinic. Cpl. Howard R. Bailey arrived this morning from Lowry Air Force Base, Denver. Colo., to be the guest of hl.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J Bailey. Cpl. Bailey recently completed personnel training. Miss Nancy Damon left yesterday for Southeast Missouri state Teachers College, Cape Glrardeavi She was motored to schcol by her mother, Mrs. Emll Damon, who was accompanied by Mrs, Lois Travis and daughter, Brenda Kay. Mrs. John Moses and children o: Mounds. III., are spending sevcra days with ^vlrs. Moses' parents, Mr and Mrs. A. G. Shibley. Leaving this morning for the University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle was 1 Russell Phillips, Jr, C. T. Davis, staff manager of the Blytheville branch office of the Life of Georgia Insurance Co., Is in Atlanta, Ga., attending a staff managers school. Mr. and Mrs. Novls Lawrence o Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawsoh have returned from a week's vacation at Lake Norfork Henderson and Rockaway Beach They also visited relatives In Thny er and Powhatten. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant o Memphis were weekend guest* o Mr. and,Mrs. B. S. Shelton. Mrs. Sterling Martin and daugh .ter, Miss Kathryn Martin, spent th weekend in Memphis. Miss Annette Whistle will leav tomorrow for Southern Methodls University, Dallas, Tex., where sh wilt resume her studies after spend Ing the summer, months here wit her parents. Mr. and Mrs.'C. H Whistle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loman an daughter, Susan, left this mornln for their home In Shreveport, La after having spent 10 days here a. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Goodwi Henley and family. Mr. artd:_Mrs. William Woods Colorado : Springs, Colo., announc he birth of their first child, a daugh ter, Saturday night. She has bee named Diana Lou. Mrs. Woods the former Miss Wanda Barham Mrs. Woods and her parents, M and Mrs. Russell Barham, are for mer Blytheville residents. Party to Follow P. T. A. Meeting An Informal party will honor faculty members of Blytheville High School tomorrow afternoon following the initial meeting of the high school Pnrcnt-Tcnchers Association. The session will be conducted at the school at 3 p.m. following the Executive Board meeting at 2:30. Mrs. Joe Ferguson Is serving as program chairman. Chamblin, Gee Top League Score Mrs. W. D. Chamblin anVl Mr E. B. Gee took top honors in th bi-weekly game of the Dupllca Bridge League Saturday when th group played a four table movemer at Hotel Noble. Mrs. C. W. Afflfck and Mrs. Eu genla Jenkins, Mrs. Foy Etchlcso and Mrs. Frank Grigsby tied for second place honors. School bells pealing over the na- on this month will be answered a large group of Blytheville udents who will begin the annual ck to halls of higher learning.' Football games, mld-nlght snacks, rm papers and 8 o'clock claws 111 toon rule the day for the stu- enl* as they begin their busy year ' studies, The University of Arkansas, Fay- tevllle, as usual will claim the » r g e 1 1 enrollment. Journeylrig way for the year will be Barbara (onaghan, Billy Wayne McFar- •nd, Jim Henry, Mr. and Mrs. : harles E. Crigger, III, Bill Bracey, at Burks, Betty Harber, Shirley ing, Gay Oarrlgan, Bobby Edards, Ramona Crafton, Graham artlow, Charles R. Lutes, Vivian atteraon, John Ed Regenotd, E. B. ->ee, Jr., Gary Mason, Robert Craf- on. Perry Rothroclt. Moses Simon, Tank Wagner, Jr., Graham Sud- ury, Shirley Barksdale, Bill Boyd, harles Booker, Billy Edwards, Joe ay Price, Dick Reid, Freddy mlth. and Russell Phillips, Jr. Northwestern at Evanston, Ili., as again claimed Charles Mc- lanlel while brother Bobby will be- In freshman worlc at Drury Col- 'ge, Springfield, Mo. Duke University Medical School, lurhnm. N. C., Is the hall of learn- ig for Clarice Maxwell while trav- ling to Tempe, Ariz., will be Miss une Stlres who will be a student t Ariwna State Teachers. Down Georgia way will go John harles white who has selected Georgia School of Technology, At- inta. Mississippi Southern Is the hoscn school of Robert Bracey, can Trleschman of Blytheville nd former Blytheville resident, Martha Taylor of Wilson. Return- ng to Mississippi State, is J. o Droke, Jr. • Sophie Newcombe at New Cleans Is the school chosen by the {ale sisters, Margery and Ruth Washington and Lee at Lexington r a., is again selected by Jack Horn- r while Jack D. Mick will begin It work at Southern Baptist, Wal- ut Ridge. Arkansas Polytechnic College, Russellville. !< chosen by fresh- lan, Sara Harrison. Juliette Rossie vill begin her worK at Webster Jollcge, Webster Groves, Mo.- Down New Orleans way will also Southeast Missouri State Teach- go Allen Berry and Murray Smart, Jr., who will enroll at Tulane, while ' Texas A. and M. claims Edwin! Wallace and Woody Townsend. Joulder, Colo., Is selected by A. G. Shibley, Jr., who will enroll at he university of Colorado, Nearby Memphis State will have among Its students, Cal Gossett, iharley Ruth Blankenshlp, -Bonnie Lou Sheppard and Vallma Sheppard. Treklng to Hendrlx, Conway, will be Ruth McKisson, J. B. Riggs, Jim Qossett and Robert Blodgett. Mary O'Brien has chosen for her school, Trevecca Nazarene College, Nashville, Tenn. Ben Borowsky of Manila enters the University of Illinois, while Tommy Callts enrolls at Westminister College, Fulton, Mo. Charles Czeshln, Jr,, will continue his studies at the University of Missouri at Columbia while the school of Mines at Rolla is again chosen by Roger Lum. Vivian Taylor has chosen southwestern at Memphis while Brenau at Gainesville, Ga., Is selected by Mary Sue Crafton and Annella Humphreys. Virginia Military Institute Is the school again chosen by C. G. Redman, Jr. Marion. Mnyes will return to Blue Mountain, Blue Mountain, Miss, while freshman Patsy Bartholomew will begin her studies there. Dixie Klllian has selected for her freshman work Stephens College at Columbia, Mo., while Jeanne Campbell and Melba Pryor will journey to Gulfport, Miss., to attend Gulf- park College. Young L. G. Harris College, Young Harris, Ga.. is the school selected by Mona Joy Giilnes The University of Tennessee Knoxvllle Is again chosen by Free Child nnd Allan Bush while P. D Foster, Jr., also returns to Missis ers at Cape Girardeau is again chosen by sophomore Nancy Damon, while R. C. Allen and Charles Henderson also return to vanderbilt, Nashville. Tom Walls will enroll as freshman at Vanderbilt. The University of Alabama, TUB- caloosa, again claims Arden Ferguson, while Donald Rice continues ils studies at LeTourneau'Techni- cal Institute at Longvlew. Tex. Pat Regan and Blllie Jane Rodgers are returning to Ole Miss, Oxford, while John Wilks will begin his freshman studies there. Murray State College, Murray, Ky., ha* been chosen b> Ted Vance. A large group o* students Is en- Lering Arkansas State College Jonesboro. Those enrolling are Kay Colston, Sonny stires, Sue Orsburne, Guy Burks, Ira Koonce. Eula Smith, Thomas Holder, Billy Dean Jackson and recent Blytheville resident*, now of Jonesboro, Barbara and Elizabeth Van Hooser. General Motors Institute at Flint. Mich., has been chosen by Charlie Belknap and Lloyd Hocott who will begin their studies In October. Enrolling in Holmes College. Goodman, Miss., Is Joe Tomlinson. Enrolling In Baptist Hospital Memorial School oJ Nursing Is Frances Dowdy. Continuing her work there is Katherine Painter, Bobbie Sue Whlsenhunt is also continuing her studies at Baptist Slate Hospital, Little Rock as is Dorothy Lum, a student at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Holy Angeles Academy In Jonesboro is selected by Sarah and Mar- guritc Child, while Columbia Military Academy Is chosen by Jimmy Phillips. Ronald Phillips, Johnny Halscll, Bill Wundcrllch, Joe Walls. Freddie Mulllns, Rupert Cr.ifton, Jerry Cagle and Stanley Zellner. Photii Company Group Entertain* with Picnic Representatives of Commercial Departments of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company of thi» section were entertained with a picnic Saturday afternoon at Walkar Park by the Blytheville office. The 15 guests, which Include Miss Olivette Raspbery and Mis* Bobble Wright of West Memphis and Mrs. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Moz«ll« Flowers of KughM <p«nt tti* afternoon Informally during whlcat picnic fare wai served. A special guest w>< district manager, E. r. Forrest of Jonesbore. Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE, Pure Whole [log fiausaj* 1 Seasoned Just Right! I A BI.VTHEVII.LE PRODUCT I slppl -Slate, Starkville. Ouachita Margaret Lou Nelson has returned College at Arkadelphia will claim Stanley Ingram. Jimmy Lowe will continue his pre-medical work at Washington University, St. Louis. Edward Pipkin will enroll there also. Southern Methodist University, down Texas way will again claim Anette Whistle while Maureen Morris journeys to Mary Washington College Fredricksburg, Va,, to continue 'her studies. Coming Events Social Calendar Band Mothers meet at high school at 8 p.m. 'i Tuesday East Side Garden Club hai 7:30 p.m. session at Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. C. T. Shamlin. program leader, Mrs. Joe Strickland, hostess. Order of Eastern Star meets nt Masonic Temple at 7 p.m. honoring Past Worthy Matrona and Past Worthy Patrons, Senior High School PTA mcels at the school. Executive Board, 2:30, general meeting, 3 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m. at the club. Sudbury PTA meets at the school at 3 p.m. Executive Board convenes at 2:30. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 2:30 meeting at home of Mrs. Dick Watson, 708 Northeast Parkway. Country Club dance with Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra playing. Thusrday Phebean Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 pot luck supper meeting at the church UDC has 12:30 luncheon meet- Ing at Razorback. Mrs. G. O. Poetz, Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Mrs. J. D, Barksdale, Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. Charles W. Alford, hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Neville Blakeinore hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Friday . Junior Service Auxiliary Fashion Show. 3:30 and i p.m. at Hotel Noble. Miss Dorothy Whittle become, the bride of Eric Lloyd Ray Number N'ine Baptist Church at p.m. Saturday Miss Mary Jo Eaton, James Den is Jefferles exchange nuptial vow at First Baptist at 4 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League plays a Hotel Noble nl 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. danc> at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Host.. A busine.'yj session was followed'and hastesses, Mr. and Mrs. Walte Meeting Plans Discussed by WMU Plans were discussed for a bimonthly meeting of the Ynrbro Baptist Women's Missionary Union Friday night, when eight members and two guests of the group assembled at the church. by the evening's program. Day, Mr. fnd Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman 3137 12-42 By Sue Burnett There's B fresh, brand-new air tc this charming classic lhat Is the most popular of styles searon niter , season. Details are smart, the lines are smooth and flattering. Pattern No. 3137 is a sew-rltc perforated Bittern In sizes 12, 14 IS, 18, 20: 40 and 42. Size 14, 3'fc yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, you name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quiney Street, Chicago 6. Send 25 cents today for the Fall and Winter FASHION. 48 pages of. smart, easy to sew styles; interesting features; fashion nc»s. Gift patterns printed Inside the book. Always the very best Cleaning and Service! Bestway Cleaners 119 W. Main Phone 2408 Catholic Mission Jnder Way Here A mission is being conducted this week at the Immaculate Concep- lon Church here by the Rev. John r. Glennon of the Redemptorist Order. Evening services begin at 7:30 and consist of the Rosary, short instruc- Jon, sermon and benediction. Two mission Masses are being held In he mornings at 6:46 and 8 o'clock; Each is followed by Instruction. A mission In the Catholic Church LS equivalent to a revival in a Protestant church, the Rev. Amos Enderlin, priest of the Immaculate Conception Church explained. Its purpose Is to remind people of the :ruths- to be believed by Catholics, he said. The mission, which is open to the public, will end with the Masses Sunday morning. to Mount St. Mary's in Little Rock to conlinue her preparatory school work. Arkansas Tech at Russellville! again claims Billy Bob Elliott while [ R. B. Hodge, Jr.. has enrolled at| Texas Tech. Lubbock, Tex., as did Denny Gentry and L. W. Fitzhueh. Donald Hickman Is continuing his work toward a Ph. D. degree at the University o! Illinois, where he also is an instructor. The scenic town of Bled. In the Julian Alps of northwest Yugoslavia, becomes ' that country's unofficial capital in August when Belgrade gets hot. At The Hospitals Blythevtlle Hospital Dismissed: J. M. Williams. Sr., city. Mr, and Mrs. Riley Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mrs, Crawford McClue. RENT A CAMERA Morie Cameras Flash Cameras Box Cameras The Inexpensive Way to Preserve Important Occasions BARNEY'S DRUG STORE ~ 2006 West Main Phone 3647 Gain new joy in life! There "» no need for you to b» fired, nirvaut, cranky «r con- itipated If due la dietary deficient!*! which occur only when the daily in lake of fr-vitamini and N fa tin it leu then minimum requirement! ovtr a prolonged period. 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