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PAGE FOUR Society, W Bt/YTHEViLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Phone Morning Party Given 'In Honor of Miss Chang 1 Complimenting Miss Hulh Chang 'of Tientsin, China, and New York, 'N. Y., Mis. James Hill Jr., yesler- roay invited 62 guests to her home ffor an informal morning party, i Guests Included friends of Miss ;Chang's hostess, MJss Mary Fran- Ices Nunn ot Washington, D. C., '»nd Blytheville, and gave them an ,'opportimlty fo>- > brief visit with iboth her and her guest, daughter ]of the Chinese delegate lo the Eco- inonrie and Social Council ot (he • United Nations. 1 Receiving the guests with Mrs. ,'Hill, Miss Cliang and Miss Nimn, j was the latter's mother, Mrs. Mar- >vln Nunn. ; The lace covered refreshment (a- Jble from which colorful party foods iv.'ere served, was centered with an 'unusual arrangement of maroon princess feathers in a ceramic bowl, ^flanked by branched silver cnndel- v abra holding slender white tapers. '. A bowl of brilliant hued asters ^was used on the serving (able in >,the dining room, and vases of mnr- '-igolds shading from bright red in- 'to deep yellow added a colorfu tnote to the sunporch of the Hil (home. A large vase of white gladioli ^was arranged in the living room. s Miss Chang wore a silk dress in ithe traditional Oriental design. Miss "Nunn's frock was a Navy blue sheer, ' and the hostess wore a tailored i dress of deep green. • Assisting .\irs. Hill were Mrs. •Monroe Crain, Mrs. O. O. Harda- 'way, Mrs. Fri^d V. Rutherford, Mrs. i Hat-man Taylor and Mrs. Samuel ' F. Norm. i « * • ; Avalon Bunco Club Plays 'At Buss Keftinger Home \ Mrs. Harold Wright, Mrs. Roland .- DavU and Mrs. Byron Nail were gnestc yesterday when Mrs. Buss • Kittinger was hostess to the Avalon Bunco Club. In the games Mrs. Paul Mahon ; won high, Mrs. Wright low and ' Mrs. Nail bunco. Low crystal bowls containing cop• ious arrangements of .summer flowers decorated the home. A dessert course and iced drinks were screed. Glenda Rae Shamblin Feted ; Wednesday At Party Glenda Rae Shamblin celebrated her 10th birthday Wednesday with a party at her home for 12 guests. In the games Shirley Eilie, Betty Lou Clouse and Mary Ann Gergu- sorj won prizes. Favors of multi-colored party , horns were presented each guest. > .The dinning table which wa* 1 overlaid with a white cloth was ; centered with » large birthday cake from which flowed pink and orchid ; streamers. The honoree's mother was assist' ed in serving bv Mrs. T. C. Shamb- ; lin, Sr., and Mrs. Bill oillin. ; Fidelis Class Eenlertained ' At Nies Home Last Night i The Fidelis Sunday School Class \ of the First Baptist Church met. last night at the home of Dr. ;• Edna Nies for a steak supper. Mrs. : Roy Woods and Mrs. C. S. Bagget were co-hostesses for the affair. Mrs. B. B. Coekrell and Mrs. ; R. N. Payne and Mrs. E. E. Stevens ." were guests with Mrs. Stevens giv- < ing the devotional. |J In the business session which fol- ; ; lowed the following chairmen were ! selected and installed: } President, Dr. Edna Nies; mem- ; bership, Mrs. J. L. Nabers; stew; ardship, Mrs. W. J. Rogers; relig- ' oiis, Mrs. Key Hunt; fellowship, , Mrs. C. E. Coats; Secretary, Mrs. i Carrie Muery; Assistant secretary. ' Mrs. C. L. Nabers; corresponding . secretary, Mrs. W. E. Wade: Ircas- i urer, Mrs. Alvin Hardy; historian Mrs. J. G. Barnes; Publicity, Mi s ' Ben T. Mays. The group was dismissed by pray- Miss AdaJr Is Married To Clay Matlhews, Jr. Mrs, Clay Madhrws, Jr, Mr, and Mrs. Mormon Adalr today annou'ncert the marriage of their daughter, Jo Ann, lo Clnv Matthews, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Matthews, Sr. The vows were pledged August 27 at 8:30 p.m. at the home of the Rev. E. C. Brown. Mixed summer (towers decora ted the home. MM. F. L. Wicker served as nin- tron of honor and only attendant. She cho.se a green crepe complimented with black acce.ssories. n '^ic bride selected blue sat hi with black accessories. Mrs, Matthews attended Blytheville high school. Mr. Mjitthew* is 9 graduate of Btytheville high school and is now employed nt Blythei'illn Motor Company. \be young couple will make their home here in BlytheviUe. Mrs. Norman Knlcrlains Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Elmer Norman was guest of the Thursday Rook Club ye.ster- dny when Mrs. George Salfba, Jr., entertained at her home. | In the games. Mrs. Harold Hen- fion won high, Mrs. Richard Prilch- ard second and Mrs. Dale Horn •ooko. Dahlias were used to decorate the • entertaining rooms. - | The hostess served a dessert ' course. i Mrs. Weil Is Hostess I To Rook Club, Guests '• Mrs. Russell Wert was Hostess to i lie Blytheville Hook Club ami f.voi guests yesterday nt the regular: neeting. Mrs. Grocer Wren " and ' Mrs. John Grimes were ttie guests: attending, In the games Mrs. Ro.v Hend won ; itlgti, Mrs. Grimes second, wilh Mrs. [ R. A. Copelatul winning rooko. [ 'Each guest w;is presented a gifl I by her hosier. ' An arrangement of pefunins In t a low antique cut glass howl was ' featured in the living room. Mixed 1 slimmer flowers completed the dec-' oration of the home. A scssert course was served. Recent Bride Feted At Shower Last Nioltl Miss Peggy Reed niul Mrs. Ralph Wafler were hostesses to 20 guests last night al the Rcetl home in compliment to Mrs. Ray Suinoy. who was before her recent marriage Miss Kathryn Thompson. In the games pri/.es werr awarded Mrs. Earlene Coallcr. and Mrs. Juanita Graham. Red roses and mixed flowers were arranged throughout the rooms. Mrs. Swiney was presented a baby orchid by her hostesses. A dessert course was .served. Mrs. Wcslbrook Honors U.D.C. WilK Luncheon The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met yesterday with Mrs. I. O. Westbrook with Mrs. Love Admits, Mrs. II C. Rose, Mrs. D. E. Logan, Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mrs. J. Melt Brooks. Sr., and Ivlrs. W. D. Cobb co-hostesses to the 22 members and one guest, Mr. R. I,. Dodman who attended the affair. The 12:30 loticheon was served buffet style from the dining table W'hieh WHS overlaid with a lace cloth with a center arrangement of roses. Mrs. Gene Alkins, president, presided over the business meeting immediately following lunch. Mrs. C. I.. f-Wnters, Jr., and Mrs. O. O. Poelz became new members of the group. The following officers were elected and will he installed at the October meeting: Mrs. Gene Atkins, president: Mrs. R. C. Rose, first vte-presirient: Mrs. E. 11. Began, second vice-president; Mrs. W. I. Dontoji, secretary; Mrs. Roland Green, treasurer; Mrs. Marcus Evard. registrar; Mrs. C. L. Mc- waters. Jr.. recorder of crosses; Mrs. M. Fit/-sinunons, historian. Mrs. Sue Brown aitd Mrs. Love Adams were selected as delegates to the Arkansas Division of the U. D.C. which will meet at Rvsscllville Oct. 27. 28. and 29. Mrs. C. L. Mc- Wnter.s. Jr.. am} Mrs. W. T. Obersl were appointed alternates. Miss Vivian Taylor will se- as Pages. Mrs. J. D, Clark and Mrs. Genii Atkins will attend the National Convention of the U.D.C. scheduled for Nov. fi at New Orleans. Mrs. M. ritfcsi [unions and Mrs. T. F. Hudson were chosen alternates. Garden Party Honors Nu Phi Mu Rushees First In a series of events planned to compliment the rushees of Nu Phi Mu sorority was a garden flower party given last night al the home of Miss Jane Shelton. Traditional Nu Phi Mu songs were sung and games pertaining to flowers were played with prizes being awarded Miss Mary Van Sneed, Mrs. Jimmy Purnell and Mrs. Pat Allen. A low while pottery bowl containing an arrangement of pink rosebuds, (he sorority flower, cen- lered the ecru lace cloth which overbid Ihe dining table. The pink rose was further emphasized in the table appointments. Crepe myrtle and other summer flowers in assorted Imps decorated the home. Mrs. LaRue Hoanunock will l>fl hostess to the group at her home on Holly Sept.. 22 with » model meeting. Bits of News W.F.MS. Meeting Held Wednesday at Church "The (I Can'O of Christian Life" was the subject lesson of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Nasirthe Church at their regular meeting Wednesday. Following opening prayer bv Mrs J. T. White. Mrs. Joe Dunivnn presented (he devotional. Mrs. Bert Trmnble spoke on "The it Can't) of Christian Life." Special prayer for missionaries was offered by Mrs. Royal Sclmltz Mrs. .John Criner dismissed the Kroup with prctycr. BlytheYille Pledges At i U. of A. Are Announced ' ft is announced loday that the following students have pledged sororities and fraternities at the University O r Arkansas: Miss Mary Ann Smith, daughter of Mrs. Ann Smith. Delta Gamma. Miss Barbara Monnghan, dau- fhter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mon.i- Shan, Delta Delta Delta. Marion Randolph Smith, sou of Mrs. Jewel Smith, has pledged Kappa Sigma and Graham Partlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. F'artlow has pledged Sigma Cht. Mansfield Timberboot <_J p Correct adaptation of iior[Wooil> ItooL...wanted )ty young ?prig<'in ? s for campus, street and square-dancing 10 wear with roltcti-up levig. garccs or jeans. Tliis one speaks with coke crowd authority. Brown Timber soflce uppers, sloul nil-treated leather «oles, logger height heel. Ka?y- 011 and easy-off com fort. 11.95 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER », 1949 Four Blytheville Misses Enjoy a Dream Come True— A Week of Seafood, Sand, Surf and Florida Sunshine Air. »nd Mrs. Sam Hendilx of Poplar Bluff, Mo., are Hie parents of a daughter born Monday al Doctors' Hospital In poplar Bluff. The baby, their second child has not yet been named. Mrs. llendrix Is the former Miss Mary Alice Smith of Blytheville. L. M. Moody, Jr., of Dill left Tuesday for Memphis where he will enroll at Uraughn's Business College. He was accompanied to Memphis by ihe Rev. Eugene H. Hall or Dell. Mrs. Rlla Hill Sanifer of Tampa, Fla., will arrive Sunday for a. visit, with her nephew, James Hill, Jr., and Mrs. Hill. J. W. Adams, Jr., spent Thursday in Memphis. Miss Allyce Nelson returned by plane Tuesday to her home in Dallas, Texas. She was motored to Memphis by Mrs. B. A. Nelson. Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Wood moved Wednesday to Ihelr new home at 1925 Meant. Chester I,. Smith relumed Thursday to Norfolk, va., after spending a 15 day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Smith of Gosnell and oilier relatives. Miss June Stires left Wednesday for Arkansas State College Jonesboro where she will be a freshman Miss Pay Alexander of Walnut, Miss., arrived Wednesday to spend several days here as guest of her sister, Mrs. Mike Meroney and Mr. Meroney. Mrs. c. C. Smith or Shclbyville Tenn., arrived Wednesday to spend several days here as guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mr. Tune and family. Mrs. Harold A. Davis of Hatties- Imrg, Miss., Is spending the week here as guest of her sister, Mrs. William WyaU, Mr. Wy.m and family. She came espccialy to be with her father, Dr. E. V. ilill who is a patient, at Walls Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Doyal Grace of Detroit. Mich., returned to their home Thursday after having been the gnests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe and family for several days. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., have returned from Florence, Alabama, where they attended the wedding ol Mr. Pollock's nephew, Frank c. Pollock, Jr., and Miss Uvonno Jackson. Condition of Dr. -E. V. Ilill who has lieen a patient for several days at Walls Hospital. Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Dillon of Dayton. Ohio, announce the birth of a son Sept. 3... who has been named Billy Lee. They have another child, Amber Diane who is 3 years old. Mrs. Dillon Is the former Miss Dorothy McMinlry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McMurtry. Pvt. Charles C. Holmes. 18, son ! of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Holmes of filythevilte has reported to Lackland A!r Force Base al San An-' tonio. Tex., for 13 weeks of basic i training. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Whllsitt left \ today for Little Rock to attend the j professional football game between I the Philadelphia Eagles and the '• Los Angeles Rams. - i •Miss Lenny Lind Ponder anil | Jim Smith of Los Angeles. Calif.. • have arrived for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Endcr- lin. Mrs. Oean Ellis and Mrs. Clyde Eldridge spent Thursday in Mcm- pjjis. They were accompanied by Mr. Eldridge who allcmleri a meet- | ing. i Mrs. Ethel Snead and Mrs. Jake j Huffmann spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. C. H.'Wallace and Mrs. W. B. Wallace spent yesterday In Memphis. They motored W. E. Wallace to West Memphis where he joined Sieve each ran and W. F. Warner of Lake Village. N. c. to continue i on to Cheyene. Wyo.. for a two 1 weeks huntimr trip. Mr. and Mrs. Nute Massey ot Vina. Ala., are visiting their daughter. Mrs. Robert L Thompson and Mr. Thompson. Mrs. Tim Estes has been removed to her home from Walls Hospital Florida's Chamber of Commerce might da well to employ Ihe quartet, of Blytheville vacationers pictured here. Although they've been home a week—bringing evidences nf Florida's, sun fn deeply tanned skins— they haven't quit talking about lh« vacationers' paradise at Daytona Fla. Misses Vera Goodrich, Jettye Clalr Huffman, Ann Crook and Dorothy Jean Higginson (left to right) went from 5 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. without food one day and were chased front Florida by warnings ot a brewing hurricane but they'd practically completed plans for "next year's vacation" it the very same place before they arrived home. Three ot the four visited Florida last year and having decided there was no finer place on earth (except Arkansas) could hardly wait to start out this year for a repeat performance. Old Map Causes Difficulties Well fortified with the necessary vacation equipment phis an obsolete map and many bits of advice from well wishers (and. , , . That folding money so necessary for those Florida vacations) (he quartet bravely set forth at 5 a.m. full of energy pep and just about everything else you nir-rht K ct from a 5 a.m. CUD of coffee. After traveling for several hours It dawned on the group that even though they appeared to be going in the -iifht direction those towns just, weren't on the map nor were the beautiful highways and points of Interest and "we'd-better-ask- somcbody" Outside Tuscaloosa. Ala., enough courage was scraped up to inquire just where, what and why. After the kind explanation that the map. In wl-fch they had placed so much confidence at 5 a.m.. had been printed before they were born' they were hastily supplied with a new one. some more advice and then on to Montgomery, Ala. for a much needed rest. Another day of travel for the four nov somewhat dubious Misses and the Daylona skyline came into view for the travel weary lassies. RETLUt.V FROM FLORIDA—Four Blytheville girls who recently returned frcm a vacation In Florida. They are: ileft to right) Misses Vera ^Goodrich, Jeltye Clalr Huffman, Ami Crook and Dorothy Jean Higginson. After a few hours In their cottage, was well again and Florida's which was right on the beach, all staunchest admirers were ready to begin their days of fun on the beach. Tinir Passes Quickly Days passed in quick succession- days that began early In order not to miss any of the points of interest, days that were crammed full at sightseeing, collecting shells, riding the waves, eating sea food and lust plain relaxing. All too soon It was time to leave j for BlytheviHe and even though they were ready at 5 a.m. for one last ride on trie waves, hurricane warnings scut them scurrying back to their cottage to pack, search for that lost toothbrush and maps and hasten away^ to begin the long trek home after having first cheeked the publication date of their map. After an uneventful trip home. Sunday found [hem safe In Blytheville once mcjre and eager to describe to [he waiting car the beauties of Florida and Ihe many things of interest there. Neighboring Auxiliaries To Be Honored Monday Members of tlie Women's Auxiliary of (he St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Blylheville will be hostess for the auxiliaries of Episcopal Churches ill Osceola and Jonesboro. Monday. The day's act: 1 'ties will start with a luncheon in the mirror room: of the Hotel Noble at 1 p.m., which • will be arranged by Mrs. Lcrov! Huddleston, president of the St ' Stephens church group. At Hie ' luncheon Mrs. J. D. McDowell will give (he devotional. Following the hmcl eon. the members of tl-~ SI. Marks Episcopal Church auxiliary of Jnnesboro will dis-n.w the summer camp and ! conference al Petit Jean, near Morrilton. • - • At The Hospitals Bl.vthevillc Hospital Dismissed: Gilbert Harber. joinw. A. N. Williams, city. David Dailey. Steele. Walts Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. B. Tyler. Sleele. Bob Lofton. Stcele. E. c. Adkisson. Rt. i. Elmer Richardson, city. Mrs. Tim Estes, city. J. D. Ashley, city. ocean are noisy. During the war, the navy had to "screen out" noises of ocean creatures so that Its in- sminients for detecting submarine sounds could work effectively. Hailstones are made of layers of compact snow and ice. which are built up through the freezing of rain drons and successive gath- erinss of coatings of snow and /rose. Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio Now Open for Fall Classes IX PIANO REGISTER NOW Studio—S07 Chickasawba Tclephnne 2!)9i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dclvins and daughters, Mary Lee, Barbara Sue and Janeth Sue of Flint, Mich have been visiting Mr. and Mrs Felton Otts. Mr. Gurdon Howard Is making a business trip to Guin, Ala. Mr. and Mrs, Felton Otts made a trip to Isola, Miss. Mrs. Marie Kelvins of Blytheville visited Mrs. Ruby Otts. Mrs, Peral Alexander h a d as her guest Sunday Mrs. Ella Alexander, Huskel Alexander and children, Carlton and Anita Carol, Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander, Mr. and Mrs.James Alexander, Jr and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Llckcy Five-Year Old Gardened! Winning Horticulturist LONDON —W)_ Susnn Pegg [a an experienced gardener at only five years of age. In a big horticultural show here, she won a $•;<) prize for the best bunch of radishes grown by a boy or girl under 16. Susan, who comes from llugi-le- scote in Leicestershire, started helping her father in his garden when she was two. She began her own gardening at three, "it's fun." she says, "and better than playing with dollies." Shim's Bos Olf ice Opens 1 :.)5 Show SUirlp 2:1111 ».:00 a.m. 12:15 ii.rn 1:311 p.m. L1STK.V TO KI.CN Time lixlay Calamity Jan? and Sam Bass with Yvonne lie Carlo anil Howard Duir Paramount News and Shorls Continuous Showing Kver.v Serial: "Batman" \'n. 13 nnd Short Unofficial temperatures of 100 degrees below zero have been known on Mount McKinley in soulh central Alaska. where she underwent a major operation several days ago. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Virginia Daws, Woodrow Bryant, and C. L. Bryant al! of Little Rock are in Blytheville as week-end visitors of Mrs. Annabel Fill. Mrs. Da»s and Mr. Bryant's sislcr ana C. L. Bryant's aunt. a sprocketless-loaiJing "ECONOMY EIGHT" with luxury camera features See the new CINE-KODAK RELIANT CAMERA • No "ihreoding" required — ye i ,i iokes tccmom.col roll mov,, f,; m . Indoorj or ouldoofi, you can rack, good lull-color movie, v,,ih ihis < O T,tro th« fir.l time you try Hoi 1/7.7 iomeni.-cri lens, slow motion spef d, takes accessory "Icltpholo" lens. It'i tl.t test buy we know ,„ (u Held—S89. .ncl u d,ng F.defal Tax her. GUARD'S RITZ THEATRE BY REFRIGERATION SUNDAY & MONDAY Strtenpljjrtiy HUGH WEDLOCK, HOWARD SNYOER and JOHN GRANT DitKlerj 6v CKARIES T.BWtON . Pr«ti«d bv ROBEST ARTHUR Paramount News & Selected Shorls Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15-11:00 The Kill Theatre liiis ii Cry-Room where mothers svilh fretting balt!e.i can see and hear Ihe show in comfort. 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