PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTU.B (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Shelton, Society Kditor Phon* 4461 Luncheon-Bridge Given At Cunningham Home Yellow chrysanthennmis adorned (he dining table of the O. A. Cunningham home yesterday for (he luncheon-bridge rntertlnlng members and guests of the Wednesday Club. Mrs. R. E. Giecu and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs were the group's guests for the J p.m. affair. Tn (lie bridge panic following the meal. Mrs. R. H. Kirljy won high score and Airs. Hunter Sims, second high. 'Model Meeting' Held For BSP Rushees Activities, projects and social gatherings of members of Beta SiR- ma Phi sorority were explained to rushees of the Alpha Alpha Clmp- ter Tuesday night at the chapter'? "model meeting" nt the home of Mrs. Robert I. Thompson on Pecan Street. Miss Connie Parker was co-hostess to the 35 chapter members ant! guests. Mrs, Jess Davis spoke to the group on the aims, projects, ideals and general activity of the sorority, which is an International organization for young business women. A< Mrs. Davis suggested each phase of Beta Sigma Phi Activities a chapter member would present hlgh- )lghts of that particular project. Guest speaker for the evening was Mrs. Alex Shelby, who selected for her subject. "Our Opening nnd Closing Ritual." It was announced a preferential tea would be held Sunday si the T. E. Black home on West Main for the rushees. In the social hour, the hostess Krvcd refreshments. Two Guests Play Bridge With Club Eight Members Two guests played bridge with members of Club Eight yesterday •flernoon, when Mrs. Otto Scrape was hostess at her home lor the weekly afternoon game. Guests with the club were Mrs. W. J. Cupples and Mrs. S. C. Owens »nd In the bridge gam« Mrs. Cup- pies took first place honors. Mrs. H. G. Parllow was second hljh winner «nd Mrs. Paul Jobe won bridgo. Mrs. Scrape served a dessert •ouree. • • • Rush Plans Discussed By ESA Sorority Rush plans for the month of October were discussed Tuesday night •t the bi-monthly meeting of Epnl- lon Sigma Alpha sorority. Miss Alma Cain was hostess at her home for the session at which plans were also made for a scavenger hunt Tuesday night and a banquet-dance later In the month. Following adjournment the hostess served a party plate with Iceri drinks. Miss Goodrich Entertains Club at Dixie Pig Miss Vera Ooortrlch Inst night was hostess at the Dixie Pig for a dessert bridge complimenting membws of the GIB Bridge Club. I Clusters of fall blooms topped [each of the small tables and in the evening's games Miss Betty Black [won high score, Mrs. Harold Nunn, | second high and Miss Luella Barnes, brldgo. • • . • Club, Guest Honored At Luncheon'Bridge The Tuesday Bridge Club and one Ruest was entertained at the North Highway 61 home of Mrs. Rlley B. Jones Tuesday with a I p.m. luncheon-bridge. Mrs. Mac Dcrsey Hicks of BaUle Creek. Mich., houseguest of Mrs. E. M. Resenold was a guest with the club. Howls rilled with dahlias and chrysanthemums were set about the home nnd in the bridge game Mrs. Doyle Henderson won high score prize, with Mrs. Jones taking second high honors. Mrs. Jones presented Mrs. Hicks With a gift. Mrs. Jone.s was presented a gift for her new home from members of the club. 'AutumnSplendor' Theme of First Department Show "Autumn Splendor" was the theme chosen for the flower show given yesterday for members of the Onrden Department of the Blythe- vllle Woman's Club. The first showing staged by the Department, It was held ot the Woman's Club on West Main, with members of the group entering varied designs and arrangements to present a scene of myraids of color. Mrs. J. C. Droke served as chairman, with the arrangement committee being composed of Mrs James V. Dates, Mrs. w. S. Johnston, Mrs. J L F, Owen. Mrs. C. A. Tant and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. In the showing. Mrs. C. B. Graves won the trl-color ribbon for the bt.it speciman while Mrs. J. A. Bryant took the rosette ribbon for the 'choice of the public' entry. There will be no November meeting. It was announced. The next session will be a Dec. 6 luncheon. Hostesses for the show were Mrs. Alfred Vise, Mrs. Owen. Mrs. S. Jle- del, Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mrs. Dale Horn. Bits of News // fotftlii f-'erionai At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Wayne Oxford »nd baby, <<-y. Ruth Wright. City. Mrs. Daniel Moore, City. Samuel Conlcy, City. Mrs. H. C. Porter and baby. City. Mrs. Okla McMallory, Manila. Walls llropjUl Dismissed: Howard shielly. Steele. Mrs. James McBride, City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Oxford announce the birth of their first child, a son, Tuesday rnonlng at the JJlythcvillo Hospital. He has been named Qary Davis. Mrs. Oxford Is the former Miss Patty Oraham. Miss Juantla McMulltn of Little Rock is spending two weeks here as guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McMullIn. Mrs. G. V. Daws is temporarily residing at 2205A Brown Street, Memphis, after having been a patient at the Baptist Hospital. Her condition Is reported as much Improved and she will be returned to her home following a series ot treatments. Charles Smith of Memphis will spend the weekend here with Mrs. Smith and daughter. Myr.i Jane. Mrs. Oscar Fendlcr and Mrs. James C. Guard are In Joncsboro today InspectlnB the Junior Auxiliary chapter there, which the Bly- thevllle Auxiliary assisted in organizing. Mrs. Fendler and Mrs. Guard are making the Inspection as representatives of the Blythevllle chapter. Mrs. Rlley B. Jone.s and Mrs. Walter Card spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, William H. Stovall. Jr., left this morning for Payelte- vllte where they will spend the weekend. They went especially for the Arkansas-Texas football game Saturday, Larry Lutz, Pat Burks. Marlon Smith. Russell Phillips. Jr.. and Jon Ed Regenold of Blylhevllle were Initiated Into the XI chapter of Kappa Oigma fraternity at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Monday night. Larry Lutz and Marion Smith, who are not currently attending the University motored over for the ceremonies, the other Blythevllle residents are University students. Mrs. Charles E. Crlfrgcr. Jr.. Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mrs. Mae Dorsey Hicks of BaUle Creek. Mich., spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr«. C. E. Dajgelt left this morning for her home in Mnrl- »nna after being the Wednesday guest of her daushter. MM. Dick J. While. Mr. White and son, Richard Daggett. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adnms and daughters, Delores and Donna, will spend the weekend In Trumann. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Pearson and son, Rickey, of Lincoln Park, Mich., were the Wednesday guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Celebrating Our Opening Week! TTTTTHSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1M1 •—Courier News Pholo JUNIOR AUXILIARY ACTIVITIES RKVIKWED-Viewing accomplishments of the Blyihcvillc Junior Auxiliary are the three provisional members who.yesterday began their indoctrination for Auxiliary membership. Shown left lo right, with the Auxiliary vice president. Mrs. John W. Cfiudill (ccnterj, are Mrs, !]. N. Whltis, Mrs. Jack Hale and Mrs. R. O. McHaney. Junior Auxiliary Names Three New Provisional Members; Study Begins Mrs. !I. N. Whitis, Mrs. Jack Hale and Mrs .R. a. McHaney were welcomed as provisional members of the Blyihcvillc Junior Auxiliary yesterday, when Mrs. W. H. pease, newly-named Auxiliary president was hostess at her home for the first In the series of orientation phases for the young matrons selected for membership. Mrs. John W. Caudill, vice president, will lie in charge of the orientation period, which will include visits In county welfare offices and. civic organizations. The indoctrination also will Include a study ot needs and services of the community. Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., recently retired Auxiliary president, also attended (he first in the series of events planned for the three provisional members. The provisional members belong a families lo»g identified with clv- .c, social and religious circles of the city. Mrs. WhIUs Is the former Miss Marjorie Warren, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. F. E. Warren. Mrs. Whltis, Mr. Whitis and son. Warren have recently moved into their newly completed home at 1130 West Walnut. Attending Randolph - Macon, jynchburg, Va,. and Vanderbilt, Nashville, Mrs. Whitis was a mem- ler of Kappa Alpha Thcta sorority. She is also a former Lange School faculty member. Another native Blythcville resident Is Mrs". Hale, who is the former Miss Eugenia Crawford, daughter of Mr. atid Mrs. Ivy Crawford. Receiving her Bachelor of Sci- Terrific in VALUE [ - Impressive in SIZE! »tt YOUR CKWT! PAY WKKLY1 Investment Diamonds — Our Specialty! 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Tommy, make their home on Fiat Lake Road, The former Miss Betty Woodson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Woodson, Mrs. McHaney was graduated from Blythevllie High School and attended Virginia Interment, Briston. She was graduated from the University of Arkansas. Fay- eltcville, where she (VM\R Phi Beta Kappa and a member\of v Chi Omega, social sorority. Mr. "«nd Mrs. McHaney reside at 2003 'Cfilckasaw- ba and she Is a former tilgti-.school faculty member. \ Proceeds from activities of the Auxiliary are used to further charity projects. An outstanding project Li the visual survey clinic which Is being conducted in Blythevllle Schools, with children of Lange School now being tested for possible defects. Mrs. F. Don Smith serves as chairman. Story Hour on Saturday morning Janet Sue Boyd Hostess to GA Janet Sue Boyd was hostess to 14 members and five guests of the Intermediate Girls Auxiliary o( Calvary Baptist church Monday night lor a business-program meeting. Prayer by Mrs. Vernon Boyd opened the session which was conducted by Joyce Steele. Frances Jean England directed the program, "A Study of Seminaries" on which Judy Michael, Bernice Crump, Frances Jean England, peggy Webb, Bernice Flowers, Dorothy Langley and Mrs. Neal Guerian appeared. Merllne Johnson and Patsy Mc- Gec met as new members. The Halloween holiday was suggested In the party foods later served. Gosnell WMU Has Proaram The Oosnell Baptist Woman's Missionary Union met Tuesday night at the church for the Royal Service program, "Preparations for Purpose of God." Mrs. Marie Matter directed Ihe evening's program and participating were Mrs. Boyd Tittle. Mrs. W. E. Lett, Mrs. Paul Hemphill, Mrs. Robert Williams. Mrs. Torn Grimes and Mrs. Clarence Gean. Prayers were offered by Mrs. F. E. Lucius and Mrs. Lolt. The devotional was given by Mrs. Roy McKay. Plans were discussed for an Oct. 30 business session. Foster, CroweII Lead League Mrs. p. D. Poster and Mrs. O. S. Crowell were top scorers lasl night In ihe weekly game ot the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League. The League, which meets each Tuesday night met this week only on Wednesday evening due to a crowded club calendar. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Matt Monaghan were second high winners, with Mis. W. D. Chamblln and Bernard Oooch taking third place scores. Docks in Singapore Handle Record Cargo SINGAPORE Wj—The docks In Singapore handled the biggest turnover of cargo In their history in the year ended June 30. 1951. The total was 4.941,272 tons loaded and discharged. During the first six months of 1951, imports were 17 per cent and exports 15 per cent more than In the corresponding period of 1050. Japanes* TV Seen For Near Future TOKYO W;—The Japan Broadcasting Corporation will begin television broadcasts four hours <Ui!y beginning April 1. 1952, Studio* will be set up In the prts- ent J8C radio stations In. Tokyo and Osaka. Programs will be tr*ns- mltted on 10 kilowatt beams from tov/ers constructed on top of the two stations. Ttje decision to begin broadcasts next spring was mad« after an announcement that a commercial TV broadcasting itatlon would be constructed by private interests early next year. The JBC broadcasts will be strictly on an experimental basis.-Tentative plans call for the use of mobil« seU In various districts to give th» people of Tofcyo and Osaka a chance to see the programs. Only a lew TV sets are privately owned in Japan now. Most of them were bought in anticipation of TV ,broadcasts In the near future. i T v*., U H S i FiSh " nd w "<fl!(e Service killed 66.281 coyotes in 1950. Cotninq Events Social Calendar n '. Thursday C. and N. Birthc.iy Club has 1 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Marvin | Lane. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30. Friday Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. : luncheon meeting tn Colonial Ecom of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Freeman J Robinsin and Mrs. John Caudill, hostesses, j Ladies Bible Class of First Meth- ] odlst Church has 2:30 meeting at the church. Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. IS. Mosley and Mrs. R. H. Arens- I meler. hostesses. | Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla hostess to Friday Club. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Salurdar Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. Fourteen million tons of coal arc required annually to supply the locomotives, workshops, hotels, etc., of British railways. at the library to introduce children to 'the best in literature is under the leadership 6f Mrs. Joe P. Pride Jr. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration . Listen to KLCN at 10:50 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY .. 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