The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 17, 1951
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PAGE FOUH BLT'IHEVTLLE (ARK.) OOURflBR WEDIOWDAY, OCTOBBR If, Society AlewA JAM ^helton, Society Kditor f Phont 4461 Halloween Suggested In Supper Club Decorations Pumpkins and yellow cats, suggestive of the Halloween holiday were set about the home of Mrs. J. A. Saliba last night for the potluck supper-business meeting of the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club. Mrs. B. B. Wilson was co-hostess for the event and In the business session following supper, oificers *ere named for the year, with Mrs, Dan Blodgett being selected president. A large pumpkin adorned thfi mantel of an entertaining room while smaller replica* topped each of the tables spaced about the home. Fall flowers in orange and yellow completed the setting. Favors of Halloween hats were presented and following the meal Mrs. Saliha, retiring president, conducted the election. Others to serve with Mrs. Blorigett are Mrs. love Adams, vcie president, and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, secretary and r Mrs. Hubrrl Wfjlnlon Vows Lxchangecl Sunday In Osceola Ceremony Bits of News Wott/y r of the evening was Miss e '''a'"" 1 rslf - v ' <""'*"- speni. In playing rook, wllb Mrs.: 1 " of Mr. and Mrs. Ollfton Tank- Blodgett taking high score for the "-'Icy, was married to Hubert Wig- women and Burks Barker. Irish score Inlon in a single ring ceremony for the men. Mrs. Gus Eberdt won I performed Sunday at the Osrrola rooko honors. 'Marriage and Motherhood' Discussed by Delphians Mrs. Jerry Cohen was leader for the discussion, "Marriage and Motherhood" this morning at the 10 a.m. meeting of the DeHonian Chapter of the Delphian Society. Meeting at Hftel Noble, Mrs. Alvin Karriy opened the program with the topic, "Psychological Growth" •which was followed by the subject, "Stable Marriage" discussed by Mrs, R. A. Watson. Mrs. Horner selected for her discussion "Past and Present," while Mrs. J. C. ipoke on, "Motherhood." Mrs. H. W, Wylie closed the discussion study with the topic, "Beyond Mot hei;- hood." • * • Mrs, Clark Entertains Town and Country Club Mri. Jamei B. Clark yesterday WAS hostew *t the home of Mrs, J. C. Ellis at Barfield for an afternoon of bridge entertaining members of the Town and Country Club. Assorted blobms from Mrs. El- Ms' gardens were set about the entertaining room and throughout the home. In the game, Mrs. C. Modlnger won high score prize, with Mrs. Ellis, winning second high. Refreshment* were aerved during 4h« afternoon. * * *V Mrs. Teaford Hosless With Dessert Bridge Members and guests of the Trl- Town Club yesterday played bridge • t the home of Mrs- Gene Teaford, with Mrs. Oftrrard Caudill Inking top honors. A dcMert course was served find In the bridge game following Mrs James C. Guard took second high honors. Snapdragon* arranged in low bowls were spaced about the home Church, Mr. Wlginioj the son of Mrs, Earl Sweet ;»mt George Wfgintoti of Blytheville. The bride nliendett Holland Hl«h School where .she wa.s a member of the band. Following tne ceremony, Die couple left for Chicago, whore flic corn Is employed, to make their >me. "roop Leaders 'o Have One )ay Course Mis. J. \V. Bolton of Marked Tree, Troop Consultant /or Region of the OirJ ScouLs wilt Vie in Bly- eville tomorrow for a one dny ba.sic oup leadership course for till leatl- s of Girl Scout Troops of the city. The study will begin at 9:30 the Little House In Walker Pnrk. Jhat Indispensable Suit At The Hosnitals BlvthrvlMf Hospital Ismli-sed: John Winters. City Jean Cole, Cily Walls "Hospital Isml.'ised: Mrs. E. D. Lambert, CiLy Mrs. A. B. Parrlsh, and eele MM. E. J. Livingston, and buby. baby, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Horn left tnls morning for Herried, S.I), for pheasant hunt. They were Joined ! Cape Girardeau, Mo., by Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wi.smer and Dr. an< Mrs. A. T. Ihck.s of Cainden, Tenn Mrs. B. O. iilark has gone to New Orleans where she will be admitted to OlLsner Clinic. Mr. Blaci accompanied her lo New Orleans, Mr.s. Harold Thompson lelt ttilf morning for Seattle, Wash , to visit her brother, Lt. Gene Sykwi, who Is leaving .soon for duly iti Japan. Mr.s Thompson will be accompanied home by Mrs. Sykes, who has beet In Seattle with LI. Syke.s. In Wil.son Monday nlghl for '•Friendship Night" of Hie Order of the Eastern Star were Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mrs. Dale Horn, Mrs. W. C. Colston. Mrs. J. H. Childcrc, Mr.s. Elbe-it Alley. Mrs. IlcrL Baker, Mr.s. Jennings Bailey, Mr. and Mr.s, J D. Smith, Mrs. Charles Alfcrti and | Mr*. Victor Stilwell. j Mr. and Mr.s. Tom Burns, who have made their home in East St. Louis lor the year, have returned lo lilythevilie lo re.side at J601 West Ash. 1 Mr. and Mr.s, nick J, White an- | nouncc the adoption of their first i child, a son, eight months old. He bus been nnmed Richard DaggetL. Mr, ft ml Mr.s. W. J. Ross have AS their guests Alr.i. Ross 1 father, J. S. Walker and sister. Miss Beatrice Walker of Pocahontos. Tenn. MLs.s MnryrNcll McBrJde and Mrs. l.ce Silencer, Jr., and daughter, Pat- rfcln spent Suntlny Jn Paragoutd us Riie.sls of Mr.s. Lee spencer and family. Mr. and Mrs, .James Terry and Mr. and Mrs, Prank Whitu'orth vi-ill leave Friday for Fayettevllle to spend the weekend. They are RO- Ing especially for the Arkanstv.s- Texas footbntl game, Saturday. In Memphis yesterday afternoon to be with the family of the lute J. W. Dolen were Mrs. S. G. Shelton. Mrs. Bill Young, Mrs. Walter Day. Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd and Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty. >Mrs. F. E. Black in reported In satisfactory condition Fit Memphis MeLhoc) 1st Hospital where she l£ undergoing treatment. Mrs. George W. Pylcs and Mrs. W. J. Pollard spent yestreday with her. Cpl. John White, who has b«en p rogram Given At Osceola PTA Monthly Meeting OflCKDLA, Oct. 11—"Uf* Look At Our School," with view's of stu- denU, faculty and parents being pruenled, last night was Klwn /or members of tha combined P.Trent Teachers Association groups of the O«ceola schools. Ray Mann, president, conducted the meeting at the elementary j school. In the biislnejuf jehslon It was agreed to sponsor two Halloween Carnll'»ls, one for the first through the fourth grades, the other for the fifth through twelfth grades. ' Mr.s. R. C, Bryan gave the president's message and Dan Reid introduced Warren Wrinberg. high .school student who discussed, "Our Needs As We See It" from a student's viewpoint. Faculty observations were presented by Ray Bruce and Mrs, Jettle Driver closed the meeting with the speech, "What I Want School to Do for My Child." In the room count following the twelfth and eleventh grades took honors for the hlRh school group, WMU Officers ! Installed at Dell Officer* of the Dell Baptist Women's Missionary Union and the Young Woman's Association were Installed Monday night in ceremo- nle* at the church. Prayer by Mrs. Benlah Whaley preceded the introduction of past WMU presidents who attended the •services. Introduced were Mrs. W. M. Lewis, Mrs. Chester Floyd, Mrs. A, J. Sigman, Mrs, J. B. Henderson Mrs. Nita Bunch WSCS Hostess , Mr». Nit* Bunch Monday night was hosted »t her home to members of the Yarbro Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service or a program-business session which. opened with prayer by Mrs. Johnny Johnson. [and Mrs. a A. Smith. The retiring president, Mrs. Ed ardfn, presented each new of- cer with a corsage of white chry- nthemums lied in purple and hlte with the new president, Miss oyce Gill receiving red roses. Mrs. Lewis was installing officer nd those taking office were Miss >il], president; Mrs. Udell Hewsom, rst vice president; Mrs. Smith, econd vice president; Mrs, Curtis iowns, Jr., recording secretary; vlrs. E. H. Pruitt, corresponding ecretary; Mrs. Has King, treasurer; Irs. Lottie McLelland, mission tudy; Mrs, M. R. Griffin, community missions; Miss Martha 'rocker, stewardship; Mrs. W. L, and kindergarten and third grades for elementary school. Junior High School's attendance will be compiled and announced later. Seven Attend YWA Session Seven members of the Young Woman's Association of Calvary Baptist Church met Monday night In the home of Miss Lnrlnda Cole for a mission program, "United Nation; Affairs." Prayer by Miss Bcrna Fondrei: preceded the business discussions. Miss Cole and Miss Mary Nell Mc- Bririe gave the evening's proyran which was closed with prayer b; Miss Jean Norman. A social hour followed In which the hostess served refreshments. .stationed at Lowcry Field. Denver, Cot., is spending this week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floy White. Cpl. White Is en rout* t Houston, Tex. Eugene Still, Jr.. Is reported In satisfactory condition at his horn on Chlckasawba Avenue where h is recuperating from a broken rlgb arm suffered Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bennett c Jacksonville. Fla., and children ar visiting Mrs. Bennett's mother, Mr Charles Newcomb. Mrs. Bennett 1 the former Mfss Mary Jo Ncwcomb Review-Tea Given at Church Seven churches of the section were* represented yesterday afternoon at the book review-silver tea at the First Methodist Church sponsored by the Wcsleyan Service Guild of the church. Mrs. E. J. Cure opened the*3 p.m. event with a review ol Mildred Topp's book, "In the Pink." Life in Greenwood. Miss.. In 1908 "Christian Mission.? and Human i as seen b V a six "' srailer was Miss BaptistCircle Meets in Home Rights" was the program and the opening scripture was given by Mrs. Waller Barnes. Participants were Mrs. Denny Hammond, Mrs. Glenn Bunch and Mrs. EMe Wheeler. The program closed with Joint repeating of the Lord's Prayer led by Mrs. Paul Abbott. Nov. 2 was (he date selected for the Harvest Supper in the business discussions following. Mrs. Hammond was named chairman of the ticket sales. A social hour followed the adjournment with Mr«. Bunch serving refreshments. Boren, publicity; Mrs. Curtis Downs >r., social: Mrs. Ed Hardin, young eoplc's director; Mr.s. A. E. Cald- s'elt, young woman's association di cctor; Mr.s. I.. N. Hindi, Intci-picdi ta girls auxiliary; Mrs. Clititoi Smith, Junior Girls Auxiliary; Mrs larry Cook, Sunbeam and Mrs Bob llardin, Sunbeam Baby visitor The service depicted the setting >f a table with each new officer :ontributing rhina or silver to the :cene with (he closing of the ceremony presenting a complete table setting. • Mrs. Hardin presented YWA counselor, Mrs. Caldwcll with a bouquet of white carnations and each new officer took the o.ith she was presented a single bloom. YWA officers are Annice Blair, president; Betty June Holmes, vice ^resident; Rose Barbour. secretary; Sally Tate, treasurer; Peggy Johnson, program chairman and Pe^gy Blair, social chairman. Doreen Hawkins was hostess for a social hour following for the 40 members attending. Guests Meet With Circles Mrs. E. A. Moore and Mrs Paul Belew last night were guests with the nine members of Circle Three ol the Business Woman's Circles of Calvary Buplist Church, who met at the home of Mrs. Ellen Conley. Group singing and prayer by Mrs. Lcjand Hodge preceded the regular session following, which was nt- reeled by Mrs. Hubert Polsgro/e, program chairman. The Foreman and the Proof- Reader" was given by Miss Lucindn Cole preceding the devotional, "Service" presented by Mrs, Howard Caldwell. Prayer by Mrs. Conley closed the meeting. In the social ho;ir following party foods and iced drinks were served. Topp's subject, with related stories of incidents in this southern town, at the turn of the century making up the review, which was given in (lie main auditorium of the church. As the approximately 50 guests arrived, they were greeted by Mrs. Dan Blodgett, Mrs. Kemp Whisenhunt and Mrs. Frank Ashby Ushering them into the fellowship room for the tea Immediately following were Mrs. William Wyatt, Mrs. Benjamin Scott and Mrs. Roy I. Bagley Autumn blooms in hues ranging from bright yeilow to gold were set about the room. Maderia arranged over frothy yellow overlaid the Ion; table from which punch and cake were served. Canary yellow chrysanthemums interspersed with cattails and autumn leaves formed the central design .Yellow tapers set in crystal burned at either sides. Mrs W. W. Peck, Mrs. Vance Henderson presided over the table and were assisted by members of the Guild. The Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist Church met In the home of Dr. Edna Mies last night, with six members, one new member, Mrs. Jim Rolllson .and on» visitor. Miss Dorothy Rollison at- , tending. First vice president Miss Ruby Brown led the discussions with Mrs. John Tyrone directing the Royal Service progrifn. New officers named to -servs were Mrs. Thelma Atkins, president, Miss Ruby Brown, first vice president; MLss Minnie Bunn. second vice president; Mrs. Tyrone, secretary; MLss Jewel Lee. treasurer; Miss Minnie Foster, mission study chairman and Miss Pearl Lee. social chairman. Circle prayer adjourned the session and in the social hour following Or. Nlcs served refreshments. Marriage Licenses The following couples have ap r plied for marriage licenses at the office of Mrs. Elizabeth Blythc Parker, county clerk; Jesse Tow and Miss Eula Garner, both of Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charles William Hill and Miss Dorothy Sue Williford. both of Bly- theviile. Osceola Club Department Meet OSCEOLA, Oct. VI—The program. "Spotlight On Our Town," was pre rented by Mrs. John Edrington yesterday Jor the 16 members and four guest* of the Literary' Department of the Oficeola Progressive Club. Meeting in the club rooms. Mrs D. H. Blackwood. vice-chairman, conducted the meeting. Assisting Mrs. Edrington with the afternoon's program were Mrs Blackwood, Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Mrs. Basil Seagraves and Mrs. T. O Good Poll Parrot Shoes Good Styles-Not All Sizes Coming Events Social Calendar tveanesday Mrs. Dick Watson hostess lo High Two Club at 8 p.m. • Thursday Mrs. Coleman Stevens hostess at Country CUii) to La Nueve. C. ami N. Birthday Club has 7 meeting with Mrs. Marvin Read Courier News Classified Ads Gynn. Mrs. Ada Moore. Mr.s. A: P. Barlam, Mrs. Madeline Campbell and .Hss Dorothy Lloyd were the group's ue.sls. ' A dessert course wa.s -Veri ed in the I Mrs. Joe Neeley hostess to ocial hour following by hostesses, club. Mrs. Ruth Swancey, Mrs. E. S. j Thursday Rook Club meets with p.m. i Lane. TLE Shanneyfelt and Mrs. Daniel Llcyd. Bouquets of fall blooms adorned he club rooms. Mrs. Leon Scherer. ' Mr.s. C. F. Tucker entertaining Octette Club. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Lislen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone Box Office Opens at 1:45 — Show Starts 2:00 P.M. 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