The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1951 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 19, 1951
Page 1
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1»81 Societal Sheiton, Society Editor . f County Home Economists Have Dinner Meeting Mississippi County home economists met last night at the Razorback for a dutch dinner, with 21 graduate hotne economists from C?ccob, Keiser, Dyess, West Kldge, LJdl and Blytheville, Meeting as new members with the group were Mrs. Hetty Miller, home ecci:c:nics instructor at Mississippi County High School, Miss Martha Dyns, home economics teacher at Kei- c er and Miss Louise Brock, ele Miss Bettye Jo Ellis' Betrothal To Navy Man Is Announced Today Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ellis are today making known the engagc-mmi of their daughter. Miss Iimyc Jo Ellis to Storekeeper Second Class Wlllinm. Curtis McDnde, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Dcwflt, McUadc of Blytheville. MiM Ellis attended nlytlicvllle High School nnd is now employed :il Owens Drily Co. Also B former Blytheville Hish School student. Mr. McDivde is l in Athuquerwic. N.M.. where the groom will be stationed. Oclctlc Club Meets In C. F. Tucker Home Fill) blcoms decoratrd the home of Mrs. C. P. Tuckf-r yeMrrcl;.y when she was hosier (or the weekly meeting of the Octette Club. In the bridge game. Mrs. Marvin Nunn won high score and Mrs Tucker, second high. Refreshments were served during he afternoon. Ml Members Atlcncl Club Dessert Bridge Member* of (lie TLE Clnb met ast ntghL m the home of Mrs. Joe Neoley for nn evening of playing ridge In which Mrs. Jerry Scr.ipe won high sccre. Second liiRh In the game wenl to Mrs. J. P. Scrape, with Mrs. \V. J Cupplcs winninR brktgo. ' A dessert course \vns served. mcatary education teacher at. Keis- | s i at|OI1( , ( | in Sa ,, p ran clsco. Call!. Giant bronze chrysanthemums j '|-)ic vows wiil be exchanged In a formed the ecnter design for the ! winwr ceremony to be performed long-jtablc at <,vhich thn club and gucifs. Miss Virginia Bou-n and Mrs. Jack Hale were seated. Miss Helm Wells, picHclent, directed the business session during which Mrs. Woody Jackson was presented a gilt of crystal from (he club. Miss Elizabeth Moss maile the going-away presentation Erom the group to Mrs. Jackson. Following dinner, the group w»s adjourned to the House of Charin for n discussion of interior decorating presented by James Deal In his pddress. Dr. Deal stressed the use of cotton in home decorations. I Club, Three Guests ' Meet at Gee Home The Thursday Club and three guests were entertained yesterday at the North Hhighway 61 home ol Mrs. E. B. Gee when she was hostess for a. 1 p.m. luncheon followed by nn afternoon ol bridge. Meeting with the club were Mrs. Josiah Fort. Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Pattl Knight. Following the three-course luncheon, bridge was plnyeti with Mrs. Fort taking top honors nnci Mrs. Eusscll Phillips, second high. Out-of-town guests (or the affair were Mrs. Fort, who makes her home In Clarksvlllc. Tcnn.. and Is the housegues of her mother, Mrs. T. J. . Mahan and Mrs. Knight who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Russell Phillips and resides at Selma, Term. Birthday Club Meets; Mrs, Applebaum Honored Mrs. Sam Godwin, Mrs. O. P, Michael and Miss Nancy Burks last night were guests with members of the C. and N. Blrthdny Club when Mrs. Marvin Lane was hostess at her South Highway 61 home !or the monthly supper-pnrty. Mrs.'Phl'^ip Applebanm was f ol honor fo¥ the occasion and the home was decorated to carry out the chosen Halloween theme. Small tables were set about the entertaining room for the buffet cupper and following the meal the evening was sepnt Informally during which a group gift was presented Mrs. Applebaum. Mrs. Saliba Is Guest With Rook Club Mrs. George Sallbn. Jr., was th> only guest with members of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday when Mrs. Leon Scherer was host ess at her home for an afternoon o playing rook. In the game, Mrs. Saliba woi riSch score, Mrs, W. B. Mayo, second high and Mrs. Cleo Wren, rooko, The hostess served a dessert course. • * • Dessert Bridge Honors La Nueve, Guests Bits of News Vf 1116 tl'it -^crdonal Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Stires of Ei CentrOj Calif., are the housegyesls of Mr. Stires' parents, Mr. and Mrs O. O. Stires. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley left U>day for Fayetteville for a week's visit with their son, the Rev. W. F. Cooloy, and family. hoir Banquet Held; Officers Are Named A banquet and business tnecUns Wednesday night entertained 37 Members and guests ol thn choir of the First Christian Church. In the election of officers. Mrs. William Rndcr was named choir president. The affnir was held In the church qntcrtaining rooms find topping the ong table from which the meal was served was a cluster of scarlet dah- IH, studded greenery. Rows of the lower ndorned greenery were fir- ranged down the table, The Invocation was given by the Rov. James Rainwater. Mrs. J. D. Davis conducted the jVpnlitejs business session antf others serving with Mrs. Rndcr are Mrs. J. Cecil l-rowe, secretary nnd Mrs. James Terry, social cluiirtnnn. The Rev. and Mrs. Rainwater were special guests. Mrs. John McHanoy was hi charge of fir ran gem i*ri (A and assist JIIR her in serving were Mrs. W. D. Cobb. Mrs. Terry and Mrs. Hadley Hays. Nora Cain and daughter, Margaret, Graciy Ingram., Mrs. Jenny John R. Baker, Ccllin Farmer ol Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tribble of Leachville and Andrew Ocree nf Haytl were in BlythcvJIlc Wednesday to attend the funeral services of John E, Bennett. Miss Virginia Swearing en left this morning for Faycttcvllte to .spend the weekend. She. is going especially for the Arkansas-Texas football game. Miss Swearengcn was Joined in LHUe Flock by two Delta Gamma sorority -sisters. Miss Margaret Monk and Miss Mary Bob WI1<SON GIllimiON' ROYALTY — Miss Alsie Dulaney will be crowned 1951 Wilson High School football queen tonight In pre-game ceremonies at Ihe Wilson Bulldogs-Keiser Yellow jackets game. Composing Queen Dulaney's Court will be (left to right), Maids Margaret Grave.s, Carolyn Lynch, —Courier News Fholo Queen Alsie, Peggy Zook and Deanie McCIendon, A member of the senior class, the queen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wood row Dulaney. and will be crowned by Captains H. P. Cash and Tommy Boylcs, Oxelta Cash will be crown bearer and Marty Hotsford will cany the football. Listen to.KLCN at 10:10 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 SHO,WING EVERYDAY Make the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters: ?o Mr. < % Belvedere L n:-«. If the Bell Guests Attend HD Club Session Mrs, A. C. Blakemore of Jackson, Tcnn., Mrs. B. G. Slielton, Mrs. Gertrude Holimaii, home demonstration agent, and Miss Elizabeth Moss, REA representative, were guests yesterday with the Flat Lake Home Demonstration Clnb for a pot luck luncheon meeting at the club A devotional taken from the book of Hebrews was presented by Mrs. House was built, in 1778. O. R. Redford, followed by the joint | repeating of the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Holiman presented the eye- opener, which was a hand-made corsage, after which a film and discussion of correct and incorrect forms of home lighting was given by MLis Moss. Cross. group be Joined 66 Attend PTA Monthly Session Sixty-six members of the Central Pa rent-Tear hers A.^oclatlon met Wednesday afternoon nt the First Baptist Church for n business ses- sion-propram meeting. Prayer by Mrs. E, J. Cure opened the se.ssion, with Mrs. O. s. Crowell presenting a report from the rnom mot hens committee. Miss Sunshine Swift discussed reo rctuion plans for the year nnd Mrs J. Crril Lowe, prngrnm ch'irrtor ;ire- scMitert fnr the afternoon tho irad- ing of the by-la'A's. ParturiputhiB were Mrs. C. L. McWatcrs, Jr., Mrs John Caudill, Mrs. BUI Racier. Mrs At The Hosni'lals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: James D. Eudy, Joiner. James F. Peters, City. Serial: "Mysterious Island" Also Paramount News Also Carton. Cont. Sal. & Selected Shorts 12:30-11:30 SUNDAY & MONDAY MUSICAL in Payettevillc by another sorority sister and Miss Swearengen's former roommate, Miss Dorothy Wood of Tulsrv. Okla. Mr. and Mrs Ben Butler, Jr., of Osceola announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, last night a t St. Josepf i's Hospital In Memphis. They have one other son, Ben Butler. Iir. Mrs. Butler is the former MLss Patty Green of Blytheville. liss Loi.s Porter left yesterday for her home in Rowe to be the j weekend guest of her parents. The \ group left this morning for Dallas! to aUend : ::-the SMU-Rice football l game tomorrow. J. Cecil Lowe. II, son of Mr- and Mrs. J. C. Lowe of Blytheville Is a member of the 75-piece Washington University , band which is spending this weekend In Kalama- i zoo, Mich., where they will appear ! at the Washington U-We.stcrn | Michigan football gnmn. Mr. nnd Mrs, Cecil Prnitt have j as their finest Mrs. PruiU's sister, j Mrs. A- C. Blakemore of Jackson. Tcnn. Mrs. Josinh Fort of Clarksvule. Tenn.. is the of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Armorel HD Club ! jonn uaunui, Mrs. BUI Kaner, Mrs i i * John Burnett. Mrs. Lowe and Mrs.l/V\eetS IP Mrs.- Coleman Stevens yesterday Jesse Taylor, Mrs. James Rainwater gave the devotional. __ The president's mcAsnge was i:iven ,,«,"Wtcss"at" the"Country"ciubP'y Mr - s ' Cauclill and in the atten- for a dessert bridge complimenting [dance count, the rooms of Miss Er- members and guests of La, Nueve nestine French and Mrs. Lillian C] u b. Frank were awarded Marigolds arranped in bud vasos pr ^: os :. . , . . topped each of the small table, ,<nt I S xth * rarie »' < ? Ih " sfw " c wtws up for Ihe game. Mrs. Clarence WPbbj cs for *_™^ hour followm 5- was high score winner. \vhh Mrs. j William Q. Boyd winning second! p/~iOI IQ PI'ri\/c high. ji-cuyut: r n.iyb Guests with the club were Mrs Worth Holder and Mrs. Boyd. _ Monthly Gome Luncheon-Bridge Given At Country Club Fcurlecn members and one guwt of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs, Charles Brown for a aticndan'cc lousiness session, and potluck lunch- 1 con. Mrs. Nmnvfvh Hughrs was the only guest for the meet in p. which opened with each member telling the number of light fixture. 1 ; In her livmc rcorn. Plans were discussed for a. new ch]b house and the annual Harvest Supper to be given soon. Mrs. Brown presented the morn- Thc monthly mnscrrpolnt game of thr Duplicate* Bridge I^nguc was itu's devotional and luncheon was played Inst ni^ht al Hotel N'nblo. ..served during which "sunshine" the fts wci'O exchanged. Prayer by Mrs. Rebstock In the six-table Hawell mnve- ment Mrs, O. W. MrCMtclicn. Mrs. The Thursday Contract Club and ' W. D. Chnmlilin tied Mr, and Mrs. i jnurned the meeting. three guests mrt ye^trrtlny nt the : -Jim Rolrs-in lor place honors. • 1 Country Club for lur.rhron and ' Mr. and Mrs. Marc Ford won third bridge us guests of Mr?. H. W. WyUo. j honrrF a:id fourth jilace went In Mrs. Mrs. Walker Broker. Mrs. Cecil! E - B - Gcc n " rt Mrft - R ' !? sell Phillips. Shane nncl Mrs. Loy Welch were the group's quests. F^ll bloom-t formed the center design for the luncheon table and in j the bridge game following Mrs. Rod- ad- Comino Events Social Calendar ney Banister won hiph score and Mrs. Welch, second high. Dviplic^te Bridce Loacue plays at' Hotel Noble at 1:30. ~ i DUITOCOLO 666 gives fait symptomotie RELIEF Home Permanent Wave WOODS DRUG STORE it will make your heart dance whistle and ting! which plans were discussed for the Directed br BRUCE HUMBERSIONt - Produced b» MARCEL HILLMAN - Swetnplijf byVAL GUEST Also Paramount News & Selected Shorts BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts LAST TIMES TON1TE HIS GRUTltWE... GOIDI HIS ONE WMXNESS... WOMEN! ALSO SELECTED SHORTS Saturday Only! Ye«, if'i Wei The suit made particularly for you .... and you -alonel Come in now and see Ihe wonderful fall creations .... they're faihion-wije and budget-wise, too. You'll find tho right acceisories among our large selection, too. Serial "Agent vs. Legion" Also Cartoon RICHARD MARTIN JOIN D1XON Continuovis Showine Saturday 12:30-11:30 SUNDAY & MONDAY! 2 BIG HITS Use Our Convenient Lav-Awav Plan PAULKEUY'ElSkUNiilESUIHOmKUt Cont. Showing 2-11 Sundaj

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