The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1951 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , OCTOBER 1, 1«« -Society, A/eutA Jan* Shelton, Society Editor jf Phon* 4161 FREEDOM OF THE PRESS—From Zenger to Oatit -Birthday Club Has Supper'Party at Home Mrs. Lucius Lendcnnie was Rucst of honor last night at the monthly supper party of the Y, M. Birthday Club. Mrs. Preston Goff wns hos- tes* at her home for the affair for which all chtb members were present, The traditional birthday cake centered the hand crocheted draped table Iioni which supper was served. Following dinner, a club gift* was presented Mrs. I.endennie fttul the remainder of the evening spent informally. The entertaining rooms of Die home hclrl bouquets of hiinnoniztne fall blooms. • * * Modmger Home Scene Of Bridge Club Meeting The newly completed C. Moriinper home on West Walnut Street was the setting yesterday afternoon for the first bridge game of the fall social season honoring members of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. R. C. Rose tobk first plncc honors In the game with Mrs. O. G. Caudill winning second plaro. Mrs. Modinger served refreshments during the afternoon. La Petite, Guests Entertained at Club The Country Club was the scene yesterday for the first meeting of the fall season of l,n Petite Club. Mrs. Arthur Vance was hostess lor the dessert bridge honoring chib members and guests. Fall blooms were arranged In the room in which bridge was played. In the game Mrs. Nenl Gesell won high score, Mrs. Eric Whltlcy, second high and Mrs. H. P. Merritt, guest high. Bridgo honors went to Mrs. Rupert Crafton and. Mrs. P. D. Foster. Mrs. Holder Hostess To Tri-Town Club A dessert bridge at the Rasorback yesterday entertained the Trl-Town Club when Mrs. Worth Holder wns hostess for the club's weekly afternoon of playing bridge. In the game, Mrs. James C. Guard took first place honors and Mrs. Garrard Ctiiidlll, second high. Betty Jo Ellis YWA Hostess Betty Jo E11U was hoste.ss tvt her home Monday night to seven members and two guests of te First Baptist Young Woman's Association for d program meeting. The evening's devotional wns presented by Miss June Buchanan and the mission program wns divided Into three skits. The adjourning prayer was led by Mrs. Ted King, after which the hostess served refreshments. Forever The Favorite 8759 12.42 By Sue Burnett A -styte that nevpr KQCS nut of ta.shion— Uie currently tiilloi'CHl cUis- slc thnls .w pcrfcelly Miitcct lo every o<'c»sion. Her* 1 intc-re.st centers in tile clever pockets .the choice of hort i>r long s]ee\-e.s. Pattern No. 8759 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in slze-l 12, 14. 10. 18. 20; 10. 42. Size 14. short sleeves, requires 4S yards of 39- Incll. For this pattern, senrf 30c In COINS, your name, address, sl7.e desired, nnii the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 372 W. CJutncv Street. Chlcngo 6. III. Uon't miss the Fall nnd \Vinter FASHION. It contains 48 pages of new styles, simple to make [rocks for nil ayes; decorating tricks; «ift patterns printed Inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Burdette .Club Names Officers The nurcleUe 4-H Club met r«- ccruly to name new officers [or [he year, wlib Harold Quails lining selected president of Ihe group. Al.so serving are Donald Quails, vice preMtient; Beryl Heville. secretary; Hrtty Jenn Mcmtwmery, reporter; niKl Pcfigy Lloyd and Sue YOUDK. son? cn|>liilns. Following Hie (•lection, a report was slveii by Beryl Bcvlll. Mable Crook and PC&KV YOUIIK concerning thr-lr trip to 4-H Camp this summer. Illustrated by Ralph Lan« Auxiliary Plans October Breakfast lans were discussed for a break- I fast to be gJvrn Oct. 18. last night | at the bi-monthly business meet- in p of the American LOR ion Aux- Ihry. Meeting as new members of lie tirnuri were Mrs. Mike Simon •mil Mrs. n. c. niankcnship, Mrs. M. A. Middleton, president, comhincid the meeting which opened with the pledge to the ftau ami vimrihjj of colors by Mrs, L,. J. ller, sergeant -a t-arms. Following the report of Mrs, Ed Rice, .secretary, Mrs. Marvin Lane, Mrs. Sam Godwin and Mrs. Middleton reported on the hill conference of the Auxiliary .which they attended latently in Little Rock. Prayer by the chaplain. Mrs: Inez [ Gentry, preceded the retirement of colors to adjourn the meeting. cwniit* o* DM nf* r» p«b- l.ih Kitk imp* nil; tnrii wilfc good mofn* tar jtatifoW* «nds (tough xflectiiif M magistracy and Individ tali." clou* mil nog out in N*v Y«k'» » 1(04 m t<M ttatesmw a Mw tna4 fat Hany Oos5w.ll, ftttmlat editor convktid «* attack on Jefferson. • •uMir.tvu .-...-. . urthernwre, a rc/noA Ham' ilton mode at the trial was di/ectly responsible tor his fotol duel with political rival Aaron Burr, rt of America's greatest statesman and moil generous patrons of Journalism, Hamilton behind him a concept of pfeu freedom that bos survived almost ISO years. (Totnotfow: Newspoperdom's Pint Guests Attend WSCS Meeting UXORA NEWS Dance Planned . 15 J.s the date which has Five guests met with the Yarnro been announced for the dance at j Methodist Woman's Society o f Christian Service Monday night at which Howard LeRcy and his or- the home or Mrs, Glen Bunch for a program-busines* session. "We Coming to Blytheville from Mil- Americans North and South" was the evening's program, Phillips, Sims Top League Scores Mrs. Russell Phillips and Dr. Hunter SirnF took first place honors last night- in the weekly game of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League. Tying for second place tn the 6-tnble Howell movement were Mrs. Hunter Sims. Frank .Nelson. Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Sisters Mark Birthdays With Dinner Party A buffet dinner party tor 100 guests Sunday observed the 81st birthday of Mrs. Snlly Prcrtmore and the 6flth birthday of Mrs, S,J. E>ennlson. Tim family celebration was held at the-home of Mrs. J. A. Warren. | daughter of Mi.s. Frcdmore. Mrs. | Prcdniorc and Mrs. Dennison are sisters and marked their birthdays Sept, 28th and 2<)tli. Out-of-town gue.su fi>r the fes- UvLtLcs were Xfr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams of Helena, Mrs. Gene Kill- laid nnd Mrs. Bessie McCart of I Helena; Mrs. Minn Onines. Sikes! Ion, Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Williams of iCrestview. pin., Mis. W. W Bunch. I Wtltord; ML-, rind Mrs. Carl Elshigcr, 1 Sumniei'vilJe. Tetuu; Miss Billie Mcnn Richardsnn. Helena; Mrs. vev- ! bal Gunn anri family, 'Sikeston; \ Mrs. J. G. Hunnoll and family JLcachvllte; Mis. E. C. Reed, Mat\ thews. Mo., nnd Chnrlrs Rlggins | nnd family, LeachvUlo. Dell Women Meet in Home Twenty-two members of the Dell HaptiM. Wo man's Missionary Union met Monday nlRht In the home of Mrs, W. 11. Baren.'Mrs. Wnlter Dyer wns co-ho.sfcss for the session which opened with the program "Prepnrn- tlon for the Purpose of God." dt- ri'f-ted by Mrs. CurtLs Down. Jr. Group singing and H prayer by Mrs. Lottie Melj?lland preceded the devotional given by Mrs. A. E. Cald- vell. Ench member was presented a tiny proKrnm shaped as an oak lenf. • Participants were Miss Sue McDon- 1 alii. Mrs. Bnelnh Whaley, Mrs. Ciii^- toti Smith and Miss Martha Crocker, The short business session following was closed with prayer by M!s« Joyce Oil], The hostesses served rclre.shmcnts. Mrs. Annie- CM (ford has returned to her home In Cape Ginirdc;m, Mo., after having been Ihe nuest of 1 liar sister. Mrs, Fr;<nk Wolspj, and ; Mrs. WoLsny. i Mr, 1 ?. A, O. BLvens ol Ripley, Tenn , w the houscgue.sL ol her c)aughter r Mrs. Jim Kngtand and family. Mrs. James B. Clark .spent yesterday in Osceola, Mrs. Tula Mftlce of Detroit, Mich.. Is the j-ue-st of Mr.s. Glenn ' Bunch iuid taniilv. i Mrs. Gertrude Wai ford-of Kldora- do. 111., Is the housci;iiesi of her \ .sister. Mr.s, James L. Guard and' Dr. GHorcl. • Pvt. John F. By ford will leave I Sunday for California after hav- spent 10 (lays herp fis guest of his mother, Mrs. Ella Rell Woods. Pvt, By ford was formerly stationed nt Camp Roberts, Calif. MKs Joyce GUI and Mrs. Ophelia Boyd returned Monday afternoon from Fort Worth, Tex., where they had spent several days. Mrs, Boyd al.so visited In Uullow, where she was the guest of her father. J. Karri- in. Rudolph Vrska arrived yesterday from Smyrna Air Force Base. Tenn,. where he received his discharge from the Air Force. Mr. Vrska had recently returned from Korea. Neal Mizelle, of O.secoln. former Blytheville resident Is reported in a satisfactory condition at his home waukee, the orcheMra also will ap pear at the K'val Station at Milling ton while in this section. Coast* I fog signal* were, until Ihe middle of the 13th pi-actiriilly unknown. Century, At The Hosoitali Dismissed : Beth Cnssldy, Decrlnj?- W. C. Fitzpntrlck, Tiptonvlllf. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Monroe Martin, Steelc, Mrs. J. L. Kins. city. Mrs. Ruth Wilson, city. RusKoll Sweut.- clly. W. L. WbTrdnbnriicr. Keiser, after having suffered third degree burns in an- accident Sunday afternoon in Osccola. Pfc. and Mr.s. Ira Ray Oi)l and son of Memphis '.cere Ihe weekend \ guests of Mr.s. B. G. Gill of Dell. \ Mr. and Mr.s. E. n. Gee were in ] Helena yesterday where they al- i tended the funr-nil services of John 1 H. Knowlton. ! Mr. and Mr.s. D. R, Halm a ITS and family :md Mr.s. James W. Wilson left this morning for their home in Austin, Tex., after having been the guests of Mr, and Mrs. A. Boone Hall. Mrs. HolmaiiK is n niece of Mr.s. Hall ami Mrs. Wilson !s a sister. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr, r announce the birth of their second child a son, Monday night at Memphis Methodist Hospital. He has heen named William Shcddan Hubbard- They have one other wan, George Gaines Hubbard, II. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Hubbard are spend- 1 ing today in Memphis with them. Mrs, Lila Chapman, Mrs. Marjorie i Johnson, Mrs. J, H. Johnson. Mrs. Willie Lawhorn all ol Yarbro and Mrs. Tula McGea of Detroit, houseguest. of Mrs. Bunch, were guests for the meeting which opened with a devotional by Mrs. Bonnie Hamm on d . Participants, on the program were Mrs. M. O. McRae. Mrs. Jimmy Hem by. Mrs. Nlta Bunch, and Mrs. Lowell Burnham. A brief business session preceded the social hour in which refreshments were served. Next time you're waxing youi furniture, try waxing your Venetian blinds as tt-eU. You'll rind they resist dirt much longer \vhen protected wiili a smooth, -sJe'ek coating. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Promised Land Methodist Woman 1 * Society of Christian Service has annual Harvest Supper at the church from 5 till 8 p.m. Thursday Rebeccah Lodge entertaining with box iupp«r at Lodge Hall nt 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Marvin Nnnn hostess to Oc- tette Club. Thursday Rook Club plays at the home of MM. Grover Wren. Mrs. N. Fardeecey reuuned home recently from a visit of several: we'eks with relatives in Iowa. | Mrs. Lelia Brantley anrt daughter.! Mrs. M. W. Alexander, left Monday for Mrs. Alexander's home in Dallas, where Mrs. Brantley \vill spend ; the winter. I Mrs. Harry Stanford is visiting relatives In Kilgore, Texas, for sev-1 era I weeks. j Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bo?an spent j hvee days this week in Little Rock, j attending an International Masonic! meeting. George Stanford, a student .it Arkansas State College, spent the jast weekend here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford. Mrs. Joe Gentry entertained on ier daughter Anita's fifth birthday ast Tuesday with an afternoon party at the Legion Hut. Miss Marilyn Owen visited rcla- ives here over the weekend. Miss Owen is a student nurse at St. Vincent's Infirmary in Little'Rock. Mrs. Harold White entertained (or her daughter. Harolyn Ann, Friday at the White home, complimenting her on her fourth birthday. 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