The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1951 · Page 4
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PAGE-FOUR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS J»u« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 UDC Has Hotel Session; Officers Installed A 1 p.m. luncheon In (lie Colonial Room of Hotel Noble followed by :in installation of officers yesterday made up the meeting of the Elliou Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of (he Confederacy. Mrs., Bits of News . /7/n.i[7y l II Mrs 'Events Continue For Michigan Houseguest Continuing the whirl of events tf'lillB Mrs. Mac Dot'iey Hicks of | brittle G'rc'ek, MicJj., litMi.seKUfSt of Mrs. p:. M. HeRenold, wus the hinclieon-fotidge canaj;t.i yesterday at t)>c Cnmitry Club for which .Mrs. AJbcrl Bush and daughter James B. Clark served as installing ! Kaihy. of OkmHgee, OkUi. .ire; Hegenold was'ho.stes.s officer, with Mrs. W. D. Cobb as-. spnutinfj tv,o v:eeks litre as nursts One-sis included members of Mrs. .simuiig the duties of chapter pjc-s- ol Airs. Bush's aunt. Miss Ir^nr, Rwnoltl's Thursday IJridge Club ident. ] Crowcler, Mrs. Mush Is the Irjrmcr • find luncheon Kuests with, the group Mrs W T Denton Mr< C I Me ' MiM Jiinp llHlcncr - ! for tll <> * P-'« affair were Mrs. Karl Waters, Jr i Mrs Henderson"'flail. ; !i H ***»*'* lr " lotia >' ' or NPW , Buckley, Mrs. Fjert Fleejnan and Mrs. W.T.Obersl. Mrs John Sinoth- 9 r!eans wlwre l' P wljl hpcml thrfp , M «- *^ cl1 I'I>llll|i*. . n* Kiiefit of ihe AniKer Sewjnx , S*?alt-d ut smiill tables, bud va.ies ; Mncliine Co. in honor o[ Mr. Ryars. | fliJcd with autumn bloojjj.s cpnlej-ud \vl\o hap completed 40 years ol serv- j each table. In the bridge Kaine, Mrs. i ice with Ihe firm. • Arthur Vance of Armure] took top Coiulilion of Mrs. O. V, Daws, who honors ant) Mrs. JInrman Taylor, ] under 1 . 1 , ml - .surgery last wcfk <". st-t'onrt lijgh. WMII.-UIIUIJ LU wc ! Memphis Baptist Hospitnl, !s re-; l)r, Kdna Nies was cauH.su high held Get, 25-27 in Ma ff noH». Mrs.l P f) f 1 ^ 1 ns ^I8l»«3' hnpi'oveii. She I* winner. W. D. Cobb. wiis named alternate.; 1 " n °°" 1 ^ Jtl - ' ' * Ml5s Mil r OharnbriK and Kdwin c.(~\ A,, [ '[* i /^i i •nioon (^ ^t; At I end lelccoLlub ertnon and Mrs. G. II. Grrnr seived; as hostesses. Scarlet riahlras former) ; the center design lor tlie lon^ table; at which luncheon was .servetl. In the business session. Mrs. Halt, ; retiring president, was named delf pflte to the state convention to be j Gcan Atkinson and Mrs. R f. «<i"c! were also named alternates. • Mrs. Cleo I.angston was i-hose.n delesatc to the Rcneral convention | to be held In Ashville. N. (;.. Nov.l 6-11, with Mrs. [.oy Welch beinei selected as nllernatc." • Also lakiliR office witli Mis. Cobl) SUDitalefield loft this afiern '-Minnvtll,.. Tom, . to he the week- P ar |y a l Walker t"' 1 B>"'" !s n < MT . Rmbbl-flel'l's par- , "'K Mr n " 11 M' s - »• r ' Stubble. ii rl<1 Mis. K W. Stovall mid <laucht.er«, Nnne.y and Roma, of I-'ultnn. Kv.. ts loclav of Mr. and ilf Mrs. E. J. Cure to Present Review At Affair for Church Women Here Women of all church of Osceola, Luxora, Manila and Hlyih^vlllr Imve been Invited to attend the hook review and stiver tea Tuesday at the First Methodist Church. j The combined 3 p. m. affair is; under the sponsorship of the \Vos- ' leyan Service Guild of the church 1 and -A-ill feature a review by Mrs. R. J. Cure of Blyihevilk- of the book. "In the Pink" by Mildred Topping. The Fellowship Rooms of the church wJll be the scene r,f the tea Immediately following ihe review. Mrs. Cure Is active In civic, soda I and religious cirde.s nf the city. Serving as president r>[ the Central Ward Parent-Teaches* Association, she also is a member of Chapter "N" of PRO and serves as vice regent of the Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of thft American Revolution. A member of the i Open Door Class of the FirM Methodist Church, Mrs. Cine is some times a substitute teacher and soives as a den mother for Cub .Sr»ut Pack Four. She has there children. Luxora PTA Has Monthly Meeting Mrs. A. Heinicke Installed As Class President Mrs. Adolph Heinicke last night was last ailed as president of the , Mary Martha class of the First: I Baptist Church In ceremonies at I ihe newly completed country home of Mrs. E, L. Hale. Mr.s. E. P. Coates and Mr. 1 ;. Heinicke were co-hastess- es to the 24 members. Kollowing supper, which was served from a single long table centered with mixed (all blcoins , and overlaid in outwork, Mrs. W. J. ; Kodgcrs conducted the in&tall'xtLon service. , Others to serve with Mr*. Heinl icke are Mrs. W. M. LaPerney. first Jl vice president; Mrs. O. li. Redford.j \ .sncond vice president- Mrs. N e y i i Hunt, third vice president; Mis. E. jj , Ij. Hale and Dr. Edna Nies, fourth' • vice president- Mrs. H. O. Muery, | .secretary; Mrs, Dula Morris. assUt- j rv.K secretary; Mrs. H. R. Schmuck, j corresponding secretary and treasurer; Mrs. J. G. Barnes, historian: atnl Mrs. Cortes, publicity. A solo by Mr.s. Barnf-.s ccnchided the installation ceremony. Prnyers were olfererl during the evening by Mr.s. Alviu Huffman anrt Mrs. W. Marion Williams. . were Mrs. Atkinson. 'vice president ; I WO!C ""' «"''sts loclav of Mr. and Mrs. Love Adams, second vice prcs- Mrs > w '•' Rhflton nn.i riaiiKliter.v ' "'- — | LUXORA. Oct. ]2.- -Tlic Luxora i P;u EMI i-Teachers Association hc-lti '"' and jov ' Idcnl: Mrs. Demon, rcrotrliriK sec-^ 1 *" • lanp ShrUon ictary; Mrs. C, W. Alfoid, rones- • Shelton. ponding secretary; Mrs, Roland : Ml "- iut(i ^ rs Luther Cravens and Green, treasurer; Mr.s. Marcus; lwo sons of P'*"'. Mich., wore 1h>' Evrard, registrar; Mrs. Clark, his- J'I'lmiMlnv nur-sls of Mr. nnrl Mrs ;. McWatcrs, recorder oflltollis Mnocly and Ininlly. Mr. and ! Mrs. irotner Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. j tori an; Mrs, crosses. Mrs, Hall was presented with fift of silver from the chapter. Dinner-Dance at Hut Compliments Club 28 ApjwoXiftiately 50 ni em tows a n cl Hindis tit HIP Telcto Club last night ai leaded a wicm-r roa>;t at Walker Car!:. The al fresco af/air was held \ "* " IV J JU in connection with the arouiJ'.s i f lt e c . monthly meeting ami lollowin? thrr i>ers an(l BUMts P«senl. ; roaming of /cod* the romrunder of ! Mjvs - T - L - Sianfcj-cl wux in chaise • tin- evening w,-?s .spent, informally of tne musical portion of ihe pro' Kiaui. SrhOQl "Your Phillips, Nebhut Top League Scores Mrs. RnsM'l] rhilllps fllKl Miss; I I OS I IS _. \Villif Ncbhui took first honors in | i i i i .11 Ihn sc\cii-ta!)lc Ilov.cll movement; PlQS (VlOnTn IV pln\Td last nigtu in tiie bi-\vceklv i n . . . ' - •• Meeting Bridge in inir ^ W re*lr.,ind! Mrs, Cravens and sons were pinoutf (o (heir linino after a visit In Kentucky. Artene Wilson of Dyorsburp. To tin.. Is the wprketirf criicst of Rhonda Eaton njid lior parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coady Eaton. Mrs. H. O. Smifh left this morn- inj? for her horn,? in French Camp. Miss., aflnr n week's visit here- with her and E. P. Forrest all i Tlie first dinner-dance oil the autumn social calendar of Chib 28 \vas held last riight at, the Hut, with approximately 100 guests mid club members attending. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman, Mr. and Mr.s. Rus.scl! C. Farriand Mr, and Mrs. Karl "Buckley were hosts and hostesses for the event. Marigolds anrt other yellow blooms cascaded from pumpkins set atop the tables spaced about the reception and ballrooms and mantels to I suggest the approaching Halloween] tbpir llom ^ "»<* *™erfll <^V visit holiday. ! ns S"C- S I S "f Mr.s, T]ioii]p5<m's broth- Following dinner, the remainder c ^ c ; rA : ' r ™*\ Bnri Mrfil Ta " 1llJ ^ lr : of the evening was spent In dancing. "" *'"" ^ "" ~ " Cut I Kiuzlcr and of Jo/ie.sboro. Mrs. Tolbert Al Layelle Shower Tu'cnfy-fotir gvio.sts gathered last iilitht at the home ot Mr.s. V. J. Sinlih to shower layette gifts upon '^tighter, Mrs. C. T. Shanili" [ Mrs Bud Tolbert. Mrs, I'. '{'. Hancy O'Anddinitrhter, Mrs, Tim Ks | was co-hostess for the pink and j tcs. Mrs. Rlmmlin nccrnnpanieil her I blue party. | mother to Frctjch Camp for a week'.s! Decorallons of i)ie cnifrta'ming • vlsll, j rooms were further .suggestive of i Ralph J. Thompson of Dyoss has . Uin chosen theme and In Ihe parly her fi3 voice hi«l gJee cJrJb in two number. 1 ?, '• Land and My LamP and , "Silvery Moon." The Rev. Harolri; White gave (lie devotions] and Miss Kliziibeth Hanna gnvc a Ahm sum- ; mnry of her recent summer U'iii to ! Girls' State. | Vernoti James \vns in charge of Ihe program, presentin^ a .symposium on "Our School." Appearing with Mr Jame.s In short talk5 were Miss Jane Mcl^ndon. Mr.s. R, T, Rallew, Mrs. W. C. Howard, and Mayor E. R. Bogan. Room attendance prizes were wen by the fifth and eleventh gnulc.i. iKt uf the Duplicate I^a^ue ni Hotel Noble. Mr.s. Oeortria Bailey and Mrs. .lini Rrjle.snn wrre ppcond high winners well and Frank Nelson. Mi 1 and Mrs. Lo^:m, who make their home jn Charleston. Mo,, were Comma Events Social Calend-ar Friday Mrs. iXjyle Jlnuicrson hostess Friday Contract Chib. The Fidelia Class of the First Bfiptist Church and four guests last nK;ht met at the West Walnut Strret home of Mrs. Alvin Hardy for the tnonthly 1 supper-business meeting, i Mrs. S, E. Cooper, Mrs. T. C. Hatch- 1 er. Mrs. J. H. Hughes and Miss Dorothy Rollison were class guests. Mrs. C. E. Johnson gave the Invocation and the table appointments used were suggestive of the approaching Halowcen holiday. k Mrs. Hardy conducted the busi- ness following whirh Mrs. W. F.. i \Vnllnco, Mrs, Hsirvpy Chapman and; Mr.;. C. H. Wallace were untried ,- Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KKCN at 10:JO a.m. anti -1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Plume 6998 Hox Office Opens al 1:15—Show Slarts 2:00 P.M. COXTlNliOl'S SHOWING EVKRYDAY - Make the RITZ Your Entertainment -Headquarters: Last Times Today CARY *. ..n..,i •^.fim.iti. ^yiuLy, . group captnins i Alpha D^Ita Chapter of Beta S^-1 Mrs. John Miiyee presented the I ma Ph^ ha^ 2:30 niPcimg _»t ^the I devotional fol!o\ved wiih prayer by | b.^cn defied pre.shJejit of thr Junii class of Hentlor.son Stfito Teachers Collcqc. Arknctclphlci. Mr, and Mi5, Trrrel Tlminpson of Flint, Mich., have returned to Kamofi Mrs. Owen Ooff look the prizes. After Mr,s. Tolbcrt had opened the assorted gifts the ho^ie.^se.i served n salad plale with iced drinks. Mrs. Glenn Milchcll of Sike.ston was an out-of-town guest. Fred Glenn Proctor Has Party for 14 Guests Fred Glenn Proctor, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Proctor was right years old yesterday nnd a party for 14 guests at the Proctor home marked the occasion. and Mrs. Thompson wore visiting \ r [[_£ Club Entertained relatives in this .=erlion. j , v/ . . n Mr, and Mrs. W. n. Cohb returned = With lai'ly at Wednesday night from a business | trfp-siRht-sp.einR [our through the! northern pnrt of the state. They also visltort in Payetteville and Little Hock. MLss Frances Dowdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C, 5. Dowdy, who is a student nurse at (he Baptist Memorial Hospllnl School of Nursing, At The Hospitals WnlU I10Apft.il Dismissed: Mrs. Clifton McGee and baby. Victoria Mrs, Jatnrs McCoy. City i liome of Mr.s. Harold Wood, 1925 Hcarn. Mrs. James C. Guard entertaining Friday Chib, Saturday Duplicate Bridge League play.' Hole! Noble at 1:30. Mr.s, Earl Walker. The meeting adjourned with prayer by Mrs. Thomas Bogun. —Also- Selected Shnrls Saturday S«-fal: "M.vstfrlnns Island" Also Carloon Conl/. Show. Sat 12:30-11:30 SUNDAY and MONDAY Tlie aflernoon was spent in parly | Rrr!vrd ] OJtt nl(?bl to games and favors of balloons '*ere presented each guest. After the non- oree had opened the assorted sifts the large white birthday cake Iced In blue was cut a;id nerved wlfii ice cream and Iced drinks. Mr.s. Bud Tolbcrt assisted Mrs. T*rocior Jn serving. • • • Mrs. Tant Is Hostess To Octette Club PoiJe.% were arranged about an entertaining room of tne C. A. Tant home yesterday for an afternoon of playing bridge honoring members of the Octette Club. Mrs. Marv'n Nunn led the scores In the game with Mrs. Homer Wil- Eon taking second high. Mrs. Tant served refreshments during the afternoon. News In Toddler Slytes „,,, mri pup.st of her parents. Mrs. H. L. Smith nnd dauchlcr, Mary Lillian, of Abfrtteen. Miss . ire thfi weokrt\d gxiests of Mrs. Smith's mint, Mrs. K. F. F^*y and Mr. Pry. Mrs. J. P. Fiiend and mother, -Nfr.s. W. R. Brown are spending two weeks In I.ufkln, Tex., as stie.sts of their sisfer and daughter. Mrs. Melvin Gibbv Mr. Gibbs ami family. Mrs. B. T. Worthy Is re|»rtcd In a satisfactory condition at the home of her mother. Mrs. N. \V. nrli- ham, where she is recuperating from illjnrirs suffered In a full Wednesday. Mrs. Worthy suflered a broken bone hi her loft fool. Mr. mid Mrs. R. C Winters of Richmond. Calif,, announce the birth of tlieir first child, n son. Oct. 6 in a Richmond hospital. He has All members of tlie TLE Bridge Club were pre.sent last night [or a dessert bridge nt the Ilaiorback for which Mrs. Herman Tumor 7,'as hasle.ss. In the Evening's game. Mrs. otlu Scrape won high score. Mrs. W. J. Cupples. second high and Mrs. Jerry Scrape, btfdgo. been named Doin Sheridan. Winters is the former Miss Denn Hudson of Blytheville. Mrs. Viva Mi.ss . . Lynna Hudson Is In Richmond with her sister and family, Mr. jind Mr.s. C. Morlfngcr have a.s their houseBiiesU Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McArdle and son. Butch, of Houston. Tex. Mr. and Mrs. McArdle and son. who are enroute to Chicaco. will leave Kiuiriay morning. John Ed Heqrnold will arrive tonight from the University of Arkansas. FnyetieuUe. to te ihe weekend guest <.[ his parenl.s. Mr and Mrs. E. M. Resennld. City Trees Get Break From Porous Asphalt CHICAGO. ,,7'.-City trees may become more plentiful on« the root of the problem is readied— literally. Ihe :U:S^CT. aix-oidm;; tn ihe Amc:;i:an I'i;b!ic Work.- A-.-OI latinn. mny be Ihe uc-.v prvoiis asphalt bc- nii; tri,.,i n-ii in Providence. R. I. 1hl« a.-piKil; allows 80 ptr rent of tiie r.i:!i:.i!l m percolate into the IM'O Guests Attend Rook Club Meeting Mrs J. p. Huey and Mrs. A. E. Miller weri&'.feucsts yesterday ulth members of the Tl^ir.sclay Rook Chib t for thr weekly-meeting for which ,f N!rs. Cleo Wren was hostess at her hoftie. A dessert course preceded the rook ?anie iti which Mrs. Kury won -high scorf, Mrs. Wren second hlgli Mrs. Ncvilln Hlakemorc, rooko Ifuirsclny Contract Meets At the County Club Luncheon followed by an atter- noon cif brirtise yesterday marie up clie first meeting of the /all season tor members of tlie Thursday Contract Club, alien Mr*. O. W. McCut- chpn was hostps t.io the group at the Country Club. tn the brlrtfre game. Mrs. Henry By Sue Buinelt Tiny Hltie clothes for the smallest fajnily ntembers. .^nrt .to ro:i?p!?tc with a dainty p«([!-d -leo^f ftf.<>. nnd utiderttcar (or a aul; pracu-nl romper (or •* sins)] lari. Pattern No. E163 is a 5Ci-rltr perforated patiem tn s!?o' 6 monlhs. I. 2. 3 a:ir! 4 .*rvir.<. Knf ). dress. }', yards o! 39-ir.ch: slip' nnd pantlM. I'oards; romper, > yard. The Fall end Winti-i :s-u» of FASHION Is just ;\Uat yoil'- Church Support Told nilDAPK.-I - ; \p. ,--i:hol:c Bishop I - ,' :: SllV.-l-. -,f S/' 1 . to Oli(lfa'.ni suirrrrlv" to support the covrtiniu :,i-^(viri o[( (1 co-opcr- Rth'r n;o\f-i};f:;i brf.T;rr '---o-ortori- tivr= arr li;r lut:;..- form of ,i K ,i- I.ns! yrrj H,~i;' ( .'i S 1 ,;,,-,- .'i.td (j<'Crt rriiratrrtly si.?.rk,,i r,. ti,r Cimrmi- ni't (iif-f. • '• waitinj? for — a complete guide in a ed waitinj? for — a complete guide in planning a wearable warrjrobf tor a new season! Gift pauerni printed inside. 2i cenU). 'WORLO'Sl LARGEST SELLER 100, St.Joseph ASPIRIN BUP and LOU ARE A'FEUD/N THE HILLBILLIES/ If you're looking (or bargains when buying fish, don't indiscrinii- rmtely grab the largest one yo' can lind. Often small plump ilsh . The Hippocratic Oath Is a pledge i Mill prove more meaty and will con of profej-v.iorinl ethics taken by | tain less waste than a larger fisl pradnates of mrdicnl schools. of the same kind. - ftisi ins «t [Sitmc tsisiufl Also Paramount News & Selected Shorti Humphreys won high score, and Mrs O. c.. Caiuilll second high. BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts HALF PRICE SALE! TUSSY LAST TIMES TODAY OF THE HORMONE CREAM THE REAL LOW-DOWN OK IHE SINISTER BIG CITY BOSSES! RICHARD LOHG - UtG M*DALi • BIT Also Selected Slioi'ts SATURDAY ONLY Starring William liuyrl Also Serial: "Agent vs. Legion" No. n Cartoon. Conl. Show. Sal. 12:30-11:30 ow of ymitb. t a £ si tut ac,e-ik \ n? si. mUirti 10,000 active natur ir haimone nnii* per onnrp r a 'mmlerarl \\\\\\t *\\\\- WUh a new tingling criipneis in the air... you'll want to bs in Ihe fall fashion picture. We invite you 10 come in and see the (O- pnisticaied elegance of the new fall fashions and the exciting glitter of accessorial now showing throughout our store. ffllUDMJ "Sft?"•»«•••>•" lUlnnfln snjiiL^Stf". WOODS DRUG STORE H U^!VtRSAl^TER^ 1 tMlO!(>I PICIURt

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