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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ABK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1MI Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Shower at Reeves Home * Compliments Miss EaLon The W. O. Reeves home on West. Walnut wis the setting last night for a dessert canasta-lingerie shower honoring bride-to-be Miss Mary Jo Eaton. Two tables of guests attended the pre-nuptlal event for which Mrs. .Jim Berry and Mrs. W. O. Reeves, 'jr., were hostesses. Miss Eaton will 'be married Saturday to James D. ;jefT(Ties of Little Rock. , The table at which Miss Eaton •was seated.was marked with a doll dressed as a bride complete with tiny flowing veil. Clvisters of roses centered each table with a humoivfeing design ot the blooms marking Ihe mantel. Tlie chosen bridal theme was repeated in the place cards and table appointments, •Kiss Janet Nelson look high score in Ihe canasta game, with Miss Picnic at Sullivan Home Honors Chapter The Col. John Martin Chapter o[ the Daughters of the American Colonists entertained the newly organized Chlckitsaw Chapter of the Children of the American Colonists Saturday afternoon at the Burdelte home of Mr.s. Hays .Sullivan. 'Hie name Chtcka.saw was .selected to honor the Clilckasaw Indian* who first inhabited this county and also to honor the National President General, Mrs. Kerry Boswcjl Brooks. Jr., of Memphis, the former Miss Virginia Walton of Blythevllle. Officers of the Chtckasaw chapter for Ihe year are Heard Wylie, Blytheville, prebidcn!: Jim Tomi>- kihs, Uurrietlc, vice president; Hays Sullivan. Burdette, chtiplaln; Sally McCwdien, Blythcville. recording secretary: Judy McCall. Blythevllle, corresponding secretary: Patrick Kalhryn Martin winning low score. Red roses were presented by the hostesses to 'the txmoree, who pin- ! Bn ncd them to tlie shoulder ot li?r | ^ chocolate bmwn faille suit wllluh shf wore with brown accessories. . Following the games, the honorce opened her gift.s. Sullivan, liutdcttc, treasurer; Marjory Hale. Burdette, historian; Dma WyJie, BlyttievlUe, teport- "»'' »»>• Bmdelle, rc B islrar; er. and Mary Ann Tompkin.s, Bur- detle, scrap book. Other chapter members are Rob- University Club Party Continues Bridal Events i Mrs. b. M. Biggfi of Memphis and Miss Nftncy Uzzelle. of Pecan Point entertained Friday at Ihe University Club in Memphis with a luncheon feting Osceola bride-to-be. Miss Adele Hook. A whirl of pre-nuptia! events Is honoring Miss Hook who will be married soon to Horace E. Moore. Jr., of Corona and Memphis. ;• The 22 guests attending were from Crltlenden and Mississippi Counties. White was chrsen to predominate in the decorRtions ot the private dining room, with bowh filled with gladioli and tuberoses adorning the room. • The hostesses were assisted in re- . .__._,__ reiving by Mrs. Jack Uzzelle, the'pictures of the first nag with Miss ert Crew* .Toplin. Caruthersvillc; Willium Marlon Williams, Blylhevllle: Jean Reeves Ilolcombc, Memphis; James Clinton and Martha Jane Kills, Blythcville; Richard Blan I^gan. III. Charleston, Mo.: .Samuel Williinn Hulllvun. Burdette: Norma Clausen Holcombe, Memphis: Christopher P. Tompklns. Ill, O.sceola; George Albert Hale. Burdette; Nancy Elizabeth Holcombp, Pato Alto, Calif.: Phillip Marlin Baldwin. Ralph Edward Baldwin and Stephen Conner Baldwin, all of Little Rock. Following the lii.slnllo.Man of officers a program was given on Fort McHertry willl Miss Heard Wylie discussing (lie national shrine. Jim Tompklns reviewed the Baltimore campaign with Judy McCall telling the story of Hie Star Spangled Banner. Ruth Hale displayed honoree and her mother, Mrs. J. K. Hook.v CTirt corsages were presented Miss Hook and her mother. .* ' ' * Club, New Members Hear Review at Monthly Meet The Teleco Clnb and three new members heard a review of the book, "The Cutlass Empire" last night ft the monthly session held at Rustle. Inn. Ml« Lottie Pearl Stllwell. Miss Mary Agnes Peeples and Miss Betty Jones met us new members for the business-pro gram session which was:, followed by a social hour In which a salad cojnrM was served r x .'- Xfrsi.Martha Brooks' presented ;ihe «renm(f's review. 'Circles Have Final Meetings . Th« program. "Dixie Jackson Offering for State Missions." was pre- '•ented for members of Circles ot the Tirst Baptist Church yesterday aft- Mnrgery Hale giving the location of Port McHenry and showing pictures of Francis Scott Key, A picnic supper followed. The chapter Is divided Into a senior and junior group with Mrs. Jamofl B. Clark serving as orga Izlng president and president of the adult officers of chapter. Mrs. o. Bits of News M]-«. Sliaw Wilson will leave to- nnnw,' for [xmpac. Calit.. to join "vt. Wilson, who Is stationed at Jamp Cook. Airman Bob Wigel, who is sta- loned at (he Naval Air Technical Training Center. Mlllington, was he weekend sue.st of Mr. and Mrs. '.Ylc Ray at their home at Number Nine. J. M. Williams. Sr., Is now at his iotne on West Ash street after hav- ng been a rmtleat at Blythevllle Hospital for the past two weeks. Mrs. nale Withersixjon and soil. 2hris ol Ciinni, III., are the guests of Mrs. Williersiwon's mother. Mr.s. ilelen Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rothrock. Mrs. Roger Handcoc'k and dauRh- ter, Sylvin. and Mrs. Russell Herring ire spending today in Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Jr.. of New Orleans announce the birth of e. daughter yesterday at Turio Infirmary in New Orleans. Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. D. Chamblin will leave Friday for New Orleans to spend the .•eekcnd with their son, Mrs. Chamb- in and infant daughter. In Manila last night for 'Friend- ,hlp Night.' of the Order of the Eastern Star were members of the fllytlicvlllc Order of [he Eastern Star. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. "eorgc Slilwell. Mrs. E. H. Downs, Mr.s. M. W. Lewis. Mrs. Ruth Holder, Mrs. Victor Stllwell. Mrs. Lillian Alford. Mrs. Bess Stanton, Mrs. W. c. Colston. Mrs. Elbert Alley, s. T. J, Bailey and Mrs. Elmer Norinan. Participating In the ceremonies were Mrs. Lewis. Mr and Mr.s. Slilwell, Mrs. Holder. Mr.s. Alley. Mr.s. Colston and Mrs. Allord. Mr Stllwell is Worthy Patron. Mr.s. Bailey is Worthy Matron of the Blythevllte Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Naton of Slke.ston. Mo., left this morning for their home after several days vi.sit with Mr. snd Mrs, A. C. Hearnc and family. Bobby McDanlel left Sunday morn- Ing by plnne for Dniry College. Springfield, Mo. where he enrolled Church Women Meet in Circles Homei of women of the First Presbyterian Church and the church were scenes yesterday afternoon for the monthly Circle sessions. Circle One, with U members and one guest, attending met at the church with Mrs. J. C. Walters and Mrs. J. W. Fields, hostesses. Mrs. Harvey Kldd presented the program. Mrs. Rodney Banister and Mrs. W. E. Hodges were hostesses at (he BanistPr home to 15 members and one guest of Circle Two. Mrs. C. M. Gray presented the program. Fifteen members of circle Three met at the L. G. Nash home on West Chickasawba. Mrs. Leslie Hopper was co-hostess for the session with Mrs. Joe Beasley directing Ihe program. Mrs, J. C. Walsh was program leader for the 18 members of circle Four who met at the home of Mrs. R. M, Losan. Mrs. Hugh Hudson was co-hostess. Thirteen members and three guests of Circle five met with Mrs. Walter Shouse. The afternoon's program was given by Mrs. C. M. Gray. Social hours followed each adjournment. serves as vice president; Mrs. J. C. Ellis, chaplain; Mrs. Hirnm Wylie. recording secretary; Mrs. Refund Green, corresponding secretary; Mrs. W. Marion Williams, treasurer: Mrs. Sullivan, historian, and Mrs, Oeorge Hale, registrar. Dance Tomorrow Night at Club freshman. He was flown to Springfield by Harold Cook of Dell. Mr. and Mr.s. P. II, Petltt and the sponsoring j son, P. H., Jr.. of Satanta, Kan., W. McUiltclien | arc the hoiisejnesls of Mrs. Pet- tt's sister. Mrs. Russell Havs. Mr. Hays and family. They will leave :oniorrow for Lon&vlew. Tex., where P. H. Petltt, Jr.. will enroll at Le- ronrnean Technical Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Russell announce the hirth of a son Monday morning at Walls Hospital. He has seen named David Baker, Mrs. Russell U the former Miss Dorothy Rambo. Tomorrow night members ol the Btythevllle Country club and otlt- o(-to\™ guests will dance to the music of one ot the nation's top bands, Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra. Dress for the affair will be formal and infortnal and dancing will be [rom 9 till 1. Ticket sales are under the cllrcc- trnoon at the final session of the j ii on 0[ M rs \y. J. Pollard. Mrs. 'current church year. Each circle presented the leader with a gift. . Mrs. W. W. Mitchell was hostess ;to 12 members of Circle One for the 'session which opened with prayer •by Mrs. J. W. PortlocX. Mrs. Ken- 'dftll Berry presented the program I ^nd"^' Charles Criggcr .Jr., Mr.s. Ed Tune, Mrs. Samuel P. Norris. Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. P. E. Black. Mrs. G. O. Poetx, Coleman Stevens, Louis Lynch, B G. Goodman. Harry Kirby. Caldwcll. Jr.. L. E. Otil. J. Cure, all of Blythevllle and Arthur Rogers ot Osccola. 'and Mrs. Darryl Swaner led the idjourning prayer. Fifteen members and one guest:_ . , ^t Circle Two met with Mrs. E. L. BrGQKtQSt 'Hale. Prayer by Mrs. E, C. Brown 'preceded the program led by Mrs. ^Walter Bishop who was assisted oy •Mrs.. Theodore Logan and Mrs. C. 'M. Smart. A season of prayer for (itat« missions closed the session. For Class, Guests A Fellowship Break fast a t L:< ke i Street Methodist Church Sunday Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday East Side Garden Club has 7:30 pjn. session at Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, program leader. MM. Joe Strickland, hostess. Order of Eastern Star meets at Masonic Temple at T p.m. honoring Past Worthy M a Irons and Past Worthy Patrons. Country Ciub Duplicate Bridge. 7:30 p.m. at the club. Wednesday Sudbury PTA meets at the school at 3 p.m. Executive Board convenes at 2:30, Alpha Delta Chapter ot Beta Sigma Phi has 2:30 meeting at home of Mrs. Dick Watson, 708 Northeast Parkway. ~~ 19 Country Club dance with Jimmy orsey and his orchestra playing, Thusrday Phebean Class of First Baptist 'hurch has 7:30 pot. luck supper iceting at the church. UDC has 12:30 hmcheon meet- ig at Razorback. Mrs. G, O. Poeti:. Irs. Marcus Evrard. Mrs. J. D. arksdalp, Mrs, M, Fitzsimnions, Irs. Gean Atkinson and harles W. Alford. hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League meets t Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Neville Blakemore hostess to 'hursday Rook Club. COSTUMES SEl.KtTED FOR —Courier News Photos SHOW—"What about this style?" Joint Meeting Held in Home Mrs. C. M. Baxter last night ^ hostess aLJier-home for the monthly program ^nicctlne of Circles of Lake streel MethodLst Church. Nineteen members of Circle One and Two and Mrs. Alma McNeal and Mrs. Alvina Fnrr, who became new members, attended the meeting. Prayer by Mrs. McNcal preceded the business discussions led by president Mrs. Billy King. Plans were discussed for the refreshment star._ which is maintained annually by the society at the county fair. "Relations and Economics" was the program led by Mrs. Iverson Morris, wtio was assisted by Mrs. Ila Green. Mrs. Lillian Hood. "Mrs. McNeal and Mrs. Lacey Gordon. Mrs Ted Vance read the selected scripture. Frosted punch and cake were served by Mrs. Baxter following the benediction. Mrs. H. H. Brooks directed the i morning was attended by 20 mem- jprogram for the 10 members of cir-i hers and guest.s of the Wonder | (J unrter a Moslem ]cle Three who met at. the home t'f' Class. | Mrs. E. V. McLemore. Prayers wereJ Autumn blooms were set about ny Homer and Miss Cor-J him and Mrs. Georpc SHUvcIl delin Wtlhlte assislnd -A-lih the pro-1 The Rcv . »nd Mrs. McGhehcv .gram. wclc , liests : Repeating of the watchword pre ' " : crdcd a prnyer by Mrs. E. E. Ste- E~^ • vent, to open the 'meeting of Circle Six at the home of Mrs. M. W 'Lewis Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon save the ^program. "Possession or Posse •sions." The hostesses served refreshments In the social hours following each Adjournment. ™id ml.t hh come a missionary. would found IV Tnd Sti Russell Campbell, owner of Miss Whitsltfs Shoji, asks model Mrs. Bill Boyd ol phoenix. Ariz., ctop left! who will appear In the Junior Service Auxiliary Fashion show, 'Bandbox Prevue'. Friday. Acct:ssoitn:s AN IMPORTANT TOUCH—Mrs. Earl arowniee ot iOell i top right' selects the proper hat to complete her fall costume which she has chosen for the showing. Mrs. Brownlee will appear as a model for the Edythe Shopjw. JUNIOK .MISS HAS HKFi. DAV— Proving the versatility of attires lor the milk and cookie set is Suann saliba, Janie Ellis and Sarah Bagley 'lower ri&ht! in frocks and coats they wttl model lor the Tot Shop. At left. Suann displays a velvet coat while Janle. dre&sed In a fluffy pinafore c.huchos a snow white lamb. Sarah Bagley (right) smilingly models the fashion leafier, a duster. Mrs. Larry Byrum Circle Hostess Mrs. Larry Byrum was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon trine members of Circle Six of the Mr.s. I Women's Missionary Society of Cal- I vary Baptist Church. j Mrs. Charles Lipford presided Convention Plans Made by Church The Rev. James. W. Rainwater o pastor of the First Christian Church here, today announced that 50 members of the congregation will attend the area assembly of the International Convention of the . . . ovcr the b " 51n<lss session, with prayers offered by Mrs. Byrum and Mrs. Burdette PTA has 7:30 p.m. ineet- Lipford. ig at Burdette School. | Mrs Henrv Berryt assisleci by ^ rl " ay i Mrs. P H. Jernigan, presented the i Assurance of Things Hoped For." Junior Service Auxiliary Fashion, afternoon's program. "Bring Ye All I Mrs. E. M. Terrs' is registrar for Disciples of Christ in Little Rock Sept. 26-2S. Major objectives of the long- j range program for the next ten years will be presented. General theme for the convention is "The Show. 3:30 and 5 p.m., at Hotel No-| The Tithes Into the Store House. Miss Dorothy Whittle becomes he bride of Eric Lloyd Ray at Number Nine Baptist Church at 8 Saturday Miss Mary Jo Eaton, James Den& Jelferies exchange nuptial vows at First Baptist at 4 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cotilhon Club has 9 p.m. dance I Mrs. Cora Pruitt presented a devotional to close the meetinc. Mrs, Bynim served refreshments. at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Hosts and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. RUey Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mrs. I Crawford McClue. | the Blytheville church. Approximately 3,000" Christian Church members from Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas and Arkansas are expected to attend. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed° Billy Hudson. Armorer Mrs. Letty McLelland. Dell. Listen to Kl.CN a« 10^10 a.m.: and 4:00 p.m. daily for otir program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY ..Moke the R1TZ Your Entertainment Headquarters DRIVE IT NOW! New I 20-hors9pow*r wonder cor! Music Department Postpones Meeting, The iiiilia! session o; the nevvlv .organ.z?d Mu.^ic Department ni ihe Woman's Club planned for Frim% alternoou at the Club has been postponed. Mrs. Harold Davis, club spokesman announced today. Due to a conflict with the'fashion show o[ the Junior Service Auxll lary the Ilrst meeting will be held Sept. 21 at 3 p.m. at the club. Revival Meeting ,ls Under Way ; I.EACHVTLLE. Sept. »-A ten- day revival meeting entered it* third day at the First Baptist. ' 'phurch ill taaclmlle uxiay. jo i cordine to the Rev. B. \v. Pierce.,! ! -pastor. !| . Tlie Rev. D. B. Bledsoe of Wilson j! Is conducting tlie preaching services and Dale Carter ot Manila is song leader. nnoLuicemen t With Pleasure We Announce that GEORGE MUIR, Jr. Is Now Associated with Our Shop Lucille Wilson The FLOWER SHOP (rlencoe Hotel Its a power-packed thrill on any hill! New Studebaker CommunderV'8 Most advanced V-8 of popular price in America! Puts new punch into •vary drop of gas! Needs no premium fuel! A lot of car for a little money...18 months to pay! tWo»J.' In the 1951 Mobilgas Economy Run, a Studebaker Commander V-8 led gll other competing eights in actual miles pergalion! NO MOSQUITOES NO HUGS Vednestlay night, Sept. 12 vill he the night of the Vorld's Championship MM- weighl Fight between Sugar Kay Robinson am: tandy Tnrpin. You will be unable to hear or see this fight on radio or television Your Rit/. Theater will sho this fight on Tuesday anc Wednesday, Sept. 18-19. Tuesclav & Wednesday BUUHGHIia AND THE LADY IIWJlli: rcTVSE ". Selected Shorts Mr Conditioned bj RefrUeratlnn BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday: 2 Hits i « S-H's 8iE SKiUHNT I I BfU-SIHEHS MUSICtL' I CHAMBLiN SALES COMPANY W. D. "Bill" Chamblin, Owner Railroad & Ash Streets Phone 6888

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