The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE POUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 195« Jan* Shelton, Society Editor PttOM 44«1 Thursday Qub Meets; Out of town Guests Attend Five Buest» met with members oil the Thursday Club yesterday when Mrs. A. G. Little entertained (he weekly luncheon bridge at her spacious southern home. .Guests were Mrs. • Cecil Oliver of Revllo Plantation, Proctor, Miss Nancy Levesque Little of Memphis and Mrs. Aubrey Conway, Mrs. R. H. Klrby and Mrs. J. Louts Cherry. Preceding the afternoon bridge, luncheon was served members and guests from the dining table which was centered with a low bowl filled with mixed spring flowers, interspersed with fern and greenery. During the bridge game following, Mrs. R. F. Klrshner won high score and Mrs. Kirby second high. Mrs. Little presented Mrs. Oliver and Miss Little with gifts during the afternoon. * • • Avalon Bunco Meets In John Clouse Home The weekly meeting of the Avalon Bunco Club was held yesterday afternoon nt the John Clouse home with Mrs, Ciouse as hostess. Assorted spring flowers, brimming from pottery vases, were placed at intervals around the room In which the club spent the afternoon in playing bunco. High score priae was won by Mrs. W. P. Cupples with Mrs, Bris.i Kettinger, winning low. Bunco was won by Mrs. Bill GiJbow. Following the game, Mrs. Clousc served a salad course. • # * • . Nu Phi-M.u Meets' In Jack Henry Home Mrs. Jack Henry was hostess and Mrs. Monroe Besharse co-hostess at the Henry home last night to members of Nu Phi Mu sorority for the birmonthly business meeting. Mrs. Henry preslded.as plans for the group's summer activities were discussed. Following the traditional closing by ritual the hostesses served refreshments to the members. The entertaining room was decorated with blooming plants and spring blossoms. '••'•• • Flower Theme Used In Kibitzer Meeting Suggestive of the spring flower's In bloom, were the decorations used throughout the Robert G. McIIaney home yesterday when Mrs. McHaney-was hostess for the weekly des- «rt. bridge meeting:of the Kibitzer Club.. ' : ' '~ ''Two 'guests, Mrs. Walter Daniels. Jr., of, Osceola, and Mrs. William ^ontz met with the group. ': Arrangements of vari - shaded gladioli were set at Intervals around the room in which the group was seated at bridge tables for the game. Further repeating the flower theme were the bridge tallies. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., won high score. Second high was won by Mrs. Jack Chamblin with Mrs Daniels winning bridgo. • • v • Mrs. Berryman Hostess To Double Four, Guest Mrs. P. E. Scott met as a guest with members of the Double .Four Bridge Club yesterday when Mrs. John Foster was hostess for the weekly dessert bridge meeting in a dining room of the Rustic Inn. Vivid yellow tulips and potted plants were placed in tlie room to provide a spring touch for the occasion. High score was won by Mrs. William Berryman, and Mrs. Theodore Logan won second high. Mrs. Borum Entertains Group at Country Club Six guests were Invited to meet with members of the Thursday Contract Club when Mrs. Edgar P. Borum was hostess to the group yesterday at the Country Club. Guests attending were Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, Mrs. F. E. Black, Mrs. Monroe Crain, Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mrs. Arthur Vance. ' . ' Preceding the afternoon bridge, luncheon was served the group, which was seated at a single long table. Centering the table was a low bowl from which arose tulips, lilacs, and snapdragons. In the bridge game following, club high was won by Mrs. O. W. McCutchen with Mrs. F, B. Joyner winning second high. Guest high was won by Mrs. Arthur Vance with Mrs. Robinson winning second. Thursday Rook Meets; Mrs. Saliba Hostess " The Thursday Rook Club met nt the Oeorge Saliba, Jr., nome yesterday for the weekly meeting During the afternoon rook game Mrs. Leon Schcrer won high score with Mis. Saliba winning ?ccond high and Mrs. H. G. Blankenshlp rooko Iris, tulips and other spring blossoms were used to decorate the entertaining room in which the club members were seated for the game. At the conclusion of the pnme, Mrs. Saliba served a dessert course. Mrs. Emcle Honored At C. and N. Meeting Mrs. M. Emcle was the honored guest at the monthly meeting of the C. ami N. Birthday Club last night at the Walter Lutes home when Mrs. Lutes was hostess to ten members nnd two guests of the club. Mrs. Euncle Young and Mrs. Garth Casino wore the guests. The potluck dinner was served from the dining table which was topped with a large birthday cake holding the club's traditional six candles. Vases filled with mixed spring flower. 1 ? were placed In the entertaining room and throughout the home for the occasion. Also honored by the group, was Mrs. C. S. Baggctt. who was presented n gift for her newly completed home. The group presented a gift to Mrs. Emde after which the remainder of the 'evening; was • spent *in watching television and Informal entertainment. , '. s . , Monthly Social Held at Church The monthly social meeting of the Pathfinders Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church was held last night at the church with approximately 40 members and visitors attending. Hostesses were Mrs. Vance Henderson, Mrs. Clint Caldwell and Mrs. Wagner Adams. Preceding the social, a potluck supper was served In a dining room of the church. Assorted foods, were served from long tables arranged in the shnpe of n cross. Topping the center table was a crescent shaped arrangement of gladioli. Encircling 'the base of the large bowl were miniature umbrellas suggesting April showers. Smaller floral arrangements were placed at intervals down the table. After supper, Vance Henderson conducted an amateur radio quiz. GRADUATION-DATE Rev. W. r. Cooley and son, David, of Russellvllle, have arrived to spend several days with the Rev. Cooley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P, E. Cooley. They will be Joined for the return trip tomorrow by Mrs, Cooley and daughter, Carol, who have been spending several days here. Mrs. E. D. Bcall and family of Wilson will spend tomorrow here with them. Mrs. Jamas White and daughter, Judy Dlann, of Concord. N. C. arrived today for a month's vlilt as guests of Mrs. White's parents, Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Tnompson and other relatives. Mrs. White was joined in Memphis today for the trip to Hlylhevlllc by her parents. Mrs. Cecil Oliver of Revilo Plantation, Proctor and Miss Nancy Levesque Little of Memphis were i the Thursday guests of Mr. nnd I Mrs. A. G. Little. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Patterson nnd family of Memphis, arrived today to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Patcrson. The Mr. Pattcrson's'are brothers. Condition of Mrs. J. J. Children, who is now at her home, 413 S. 20th, is slightly improved. Mrs. Chlldrers suffered a stroke Wednesday while enroute from Memphis where she, Mr. Chlldres, Velmer Goff and Mrs Upton Booker had been for the day. Nfrs. Ch.ildre.ss was removed by ambulance from Joiner and is reported In serious condition. Miss Betty Dodd, Miss Florence Moore and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner left this afternoon for their homes In Newbern, Tenn., where they will be the weekend guest-s of relatives." Joe Thomas Ls spending, the weekend In Lille Rock. Condition of Mrs. Annabell Pill, who was removed to her home on loth yesterday from Walls Hospital, where she had been undergoing treatment, is reported satisfactory. - -y Jess Horner will be removed to his home on Kentucky this afternoon from Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat oHspital, where he 'underwent a - minor operation Wednesday morning. His condition Is reported as satisfactory. >', Mrs,, C. W. Garriagan spent Wednesday and', Thursday in Memphis as guest of her brother, B. F. Gay, Jr., and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Homer moved to their new, home. 1603 Holly, yesterday. They formerly made-their home at 1200 Chlckasawba. ' By ime Burneti •This pretty yoked style Is perfect for that all important occasion and makes a striking dale frock for summer-long wear. Have yoke and sleeves In soft eyelet. Pattern also provides a shaped peplum. Pattern No. 8419 Is a sow-rite perforated pattern In sizes 11. 12, 13, 14, 16 and 18. Size 12, 4>i yards of 39-inch. IK yards contrast. 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David Allen Kellick, William Ed Knapp. Gene Lesley Robinson, Kenneih Skelton, jimmy Weatherford. • Liuda Jo Boswell. Lilly Mae Powell. Mary Ellen Thompson and Linda June Yowell. Third grade, Mrs. Joe Trlesch- mann; Ranriel Britt, James Oar- nett. Jerry Hargctt, Gerald Lnrkln Tommy Saliba, Darrell Gene Swaner, Carolyn Cordell, Shirley Kitchen, Mary Knapp, Brinda McClanahan, Carol Wicker and William Edward Dunn, Jr. Third grane, Mrs. Klrksey; Thomas Baker, James Barksdale, Olynn Bryan. J. c. Cooper, Billy Don Garner, Wayne Lovelace, Dewayne Miller, Marvin Proctor. Jerry Rounsavall, Robert Westbrook, Dorothy Jean Brackin, Carolyn Ervln, Ann Gray, Joyce Ha I ford, Marie Kelly, Shiera Lou Noah, Frankle Richardson, carol Jean Scott and Carolyn Webb. . . Fourth grade, Mrs. Wiggs; Danny Bratcher, Lendennle Fowler III, Jerry Lutz, D'avld Moody, Johnny Nelson, Bobby Peek, H. L. 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