The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1951 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) OOUMU KIWI OCTOBBB M, MM ety OCA& SiielUm, Society Kditor f Pbon* 4461 Country Club It Scene Of Club Meeting A (hree-couts* luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge »l the Country Club yesterday honored members of the ThursdHy Contract Club and three guests. •Mrs. G. O, CaucJill WHS Jtastf&x (a the club slid guests. Mis. J. W. Robbiiii of Bteele, Mrs. Garmd Csudlll and Mrs. John Cauditl. Dahlias intersporsed with decoration suggestive of the approaching Halloween holiday formed ihe luncheon table's central rieKtgn. In the game, Mrs. H. W, WyJIe won high score and Mrs. P- O. Foster second high. • • • Mrs. Hughes Is Hostess To Thursday Club, Guest • Mrs. R. D. Hughes yesterday was hostess at her West Main Street home for R luncheon-bridge honor- j . . H ing the Thursday Club and 1 one ! eleclca guest, Mrs. Patll Knight, 6-Table Howell Played by League A six-table Howell movement was played last night hy the Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Nob(e, Mrs. W. D. Chamblln and Harry W. Halnef. won first honors with Jim Rolcson and Marc Ford lak-ina Wunderllch will kuve tomorrow ing second high. Third place went ', for Memphis where they Mill join Mrs. Charles Rose am) Mrs. Dan- lo Mrs. Foy Elchleson «nd l-'rank Cirlgsby. l.iisl niBlil ended Hie six week Thursday night series with Mrs Jim Rolcson tiiklnK first' honors for Ihe session. Mr. Ford won second, and Jim Rolesou nnd Mrs. Elchle- ion tied for third place. Mrs. Mrs. Eslclle Vollmer anil daughter, MlM Anne Vollmer. The group will leave New /York Tuc-.stlriy for liner Independ- for the No. Luxora Council Names Officers LUXORA. Oct. M. — Ray Tate, Luxora High School Junior, was president of the Stndcnl I Italy aboard the ence. They are vcmbcr marrlnge of Miss Vollmer lo Commander Morion Harvey, U. S Navy, In Ilnly, Miss VolJmer will jo to Genoa, the remainder of the pally to Naples, The marriage wll l>c performed in Leghorn, llaly. Mrs. Voltmcr, Mr.s. Kose nncl MJS, Wunderlich nho plnn n six-wrek (our of Europe before reluming to (hi: country. Or. and Mrs. James L. Guard wil llnnna. Chrysanthemums provided a floral touch to the scene and following luncheon bridge was played, with Mrs, E. B. Gee winning high score • nd Mrs. C. W. Affllck, second high. An out of-lown guest for the occasion was Mrs. Knight, who makes her home in Selma. Tenn., and is the houseguest of her sister, Mrs. Russell Phillips. • * • Luncheon-Bridge Given At Conway Home A gleaming silver basket from which brimmed assorted fruits formed the central design for the dining table of the Aubrey Conway home yesterday, when Mrs. Conway was hostess for a luncheon-bridge •ntertalning the Mid-Week Club and one guest, Mrs. R. H. Kirby. At the first meeting of the fall toclal season for the club, bridge was played following the luncheon, n'lth Mrs. kirby taking top honors • nd Mrs. Cecil Shane winning second high. Rose and chrysanthemums formed the, floral backdrop for the en- Stewart, tertttnlng rooms In which the afternoon wu spent. Council at a studrnt body election 1 " lvc "" " lelr S"«' s M held at the high school, Wednes- j , , [J. M. Kuril Hid Mrs. Sam Marsh- the • '"' ei ° r Pensacola, Flu.. Miss Mnr- lorle Bunker of Oklahoma Clly ! Mrs. Guard's four sisters day. Ann Ashley Rozolle of freshman class was elected secretary-treasurer. Ray Tale dcleated Damon Jones, senior representative.] Mr ; s - Gertrude Warfmd of El Do and Miss Rozclln won over Elizahcth ! ra<l0 ' '"•' Mrs - E " rl Uranncn i> I Harrisburg, III., Mrs. Ted l.owi.s o . , ., . .. Other inenibeis of the Council as Washington, D. C., nntl MIS. Groryo announced by Vernon James, school nrhlcipal, and Mrs, Raymond Pale, home economics teacher, who Jointly serve Ihe Council as faculty advisers, are Calvin Wllklns, seventh grade; Dixie Shaw, eighth grade; Lyvelta Clark, ninth grade; nllly Ray Tucker, tenth grade; Patricia McArfams. eleventh grade and Elizabeth Hanna, twelfth grade. Costume Party Honors Class Dressed in costumes suggcslive of the approaching Halloween holiday, 17 members and three honorary members of the Fhebean Class of the First Baptist Church lust night met at the home of Mr.s. Mark Mrs. Brown Entertains Club at Rustic Inn Mrs. Eugene Brown yesterday was hottest for a dessert roolt at Rustic Inn complimenting the Thursday Rook Club and two guests, Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., and Mrs, J. O. Huey. In the rook game, Mrs. Leon Severer took r hlgh jcore. : honors, Mra. Cleo Wren won second high •nd Mrs. T. O. Huey, rooko. • • • Mrs. Henderson Is Guesl With CEO Bridge Club Mri. Lewis Henderson WBB the only guest with members of the GEO Bridge Club last night when Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney was ftostess at her home for the weekly dessert bridge. Clusters of marigolds, dahlias and IOMS adorned the entertaining room In which th« group WRS .seated and In the bridge game Miss Vera Goodrich won high score, Mrs. Hender- Ron second htgh and traveling. B'rldgo went to Mrs. J. 0. Ellis, Jr. • » • Kibitzer Club, Guest Meet in Curtis Home The KlbitKr Club uncl one guest yesterday played bridge at the hcme of Mrs. Alex Curtis, Mrs. Wilbur Wlldy was the group's only guest and in the bridge game she took high score honors. Mrs. Johnny White was second high winner anrt Mr.s, Jim Smart took bridge honors. Fall blocm.s in mixed shades decorated the entertaining rooms. Dixie Pig Is Scene Of Club Dessert Bridge .-, All 1 members of the TLE Club were present last nighi- for the dessert bridge at the Dixie Pig complimenting the group. Mrs. BiU Lambert was hoMrss for the evening ftnd hi the game Mrs. Gilbert Snr.the won iii^ii score, with Mrs. Joe Neelry inking second liighj and Mrs. J. F. Scrape, brldgn, ; Dell Beta Club Installs Officer The, Dell Chapter or Ihe National Beta Club this morning nipt al ihe school to install the group's president for the current school year. Mrs. A. E. CalcUvel! WAS iiiMalling officer, with Harold Lewis taking of/ice as prr.^idenl. Braxton Gill, Billy Overtoil ftiid Frances Ballard were nnmcd BS a committee to provide the croup's program to be presented at the state Beta convention this spring in .Little Rock. A large figure or a ghost marked the entrance to the entertaining rooms which held vases of yellow and golden marigolds. chrysanthemums and The evening's devotional was glv- by Mrs. Herman Wolts. Mrs. Stewart, cla.vs president, led the brief btislne.s. 1 ; discussions. Games were directed by Mrs. H. C. Blankcnship after which hostesses, Mr.s. .W. E. Jcwt, Mrs. James Barksdale, Mrs. Riley Adams and Mrs. Stewart, served nnrt icert drinks. party foods Coming Events Social Calendar N.<Uirrf»y Brownie Troop ot Yarbro has Halloween Carnival at Yarbro school at 7 p.m. Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority has banquet and Jewel Pin ceremonj at Hotel Noble. Dance follows. Hale of Slkeston. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dai-h os Palos, Calif., announce the Irth of their first child, a son Oct. '25 In the Dos Palos Communitj lospllal. He has been'named Henrj Jranson Davis. Mrs. Davis U the ormer Miss Jane Branson, (laugher of Mr. and Mr.s. U. S. Branson if Hlythevllle. Mrs. Branson let his morning for Dos Palos to bi vilii her daughter and family. Among the 293 men who pledged national fraternities at Washlngtoi University, St. Louis, Ln Edward Lei 'Ipkln of Blythevlile, who ha iledged PI Kappa Alpha. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conwa. will leave Saturday for Memphl lo Join Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rlgg of Little Rock /or a vacation In New York City. Pvt. Perry I,ee Adki.won will leave Monday for Fort Benning, OR., af .er having spent 12 days here wit] ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson. Pvt. Adkisson recently re- Benefit Showing Planned at Osceola .. Oct. 36.--A fashion how-luncheon will highlight the aeneflt parly to be given Wednes- ay In the Progressive club rooms. Showings of the latest fashion reatlons will tocsin at 10 a.m. Mrs. j. .B..Strlcklfng i« general halrman anrt has named the fol- owlng committees: Mrs. John W. Kdrlngton, publicity; Mrs. Wade Qulnn, tickets; Mrs. I.ee Wesson, lira. Herbert Iloubs and Mrs. Bettye Jell Starr, decorations; and Mrs. Bruce ivy, menu. bins «^n d M n i* "w 8a ', m , f ' nl5 .f™> 1 W- SI* attendance prices will he pre- e-on-Maln, Memphis, will be Mrs. sented during the affair Mrs Tal William Bard JCdrlngtoji, MK. w. g. | Tongnte has bra. nanicd ciialt- viason, Mrs. Joe Cnlloin, Jr., Mrs. I man of the table committee. —Cowicr Ncwi Photo OSCKOLA KOVAl/ry—Nancy Wellborn (second from left, top row) wilt reign over Osceola High School' homecoming festivities when the Seminoles meet Whltehavcn, Tenil., it Osceola tonight. The entire court 1 pictured above. They are (lop row, from the left) Billie Giines Minn, MIsi Wellborn. Betty Spiers; (seconc row) Joan Gray. Shirley Cone. Jean Driver Kendrick, Llewelyn White; (third row) Miry Alice Golden, J Rae Simmons, Palsy. Robbing and Ploy Nickol. In 1935, Virginia Nickel, aunt of Floy Nlckol, reigned as Osceola homecoming queen and the next year, Donna Rae Driver, aunt of Miss Kenrirlck, was homecoming queen. 58 Students Placed on Honor List urned the University of Ad- Kansas, Fayellevllle, where he had spent several days with former classnmles. Pvt, Adkisson wns erad- iated from tile University in 1950. Victor Wilson is reported In n satisfactory condition at Kennedy General Hospital, Mehphls, where, lie..Is &• patient following Injuries ffereil Monday In. a tractor accident. Mr. Wilson, who is suffering from a broken leg, will undergo surgery Monday. Mrs, Wilson is in Memphis wilh him. Mrs. W. L. Homer will leave tomorrow for Whentlcy to be with her brother, H. K. Smith, who Is in. ;::;•; Billy Maker "is reported in an Improved condition at Walls Hospital where he Is undergoing treatment. Blytheville High School's honor roll for the first six weeks of the school year includes the names of 58 students and tho.se of 71 others attaining honorable mention from the office of W. D. Tommey, principal. Topping the honor roll was Bonnie Nell McCormick while Bernice Flowers and La Jane Woodhou.se tied for second high honors. Larry Baker placed third.. Other honor roll .students are sus follows: Louise Hopper, Laura Hemby, Jimmy Weidman. Sam Lum. Charle.s Laiigston, Mnry-Alice McWaters, Mary Kay Crafton, Eugene Jtlll, Annie Louise Handley, Harold Daniels, Bobby Orsburn, Hugh Hopper, Shirley Wade. Ola Bca Mauley, Melba Hill. Peggy Taylor, Gail Whllsltt. Jean Bradley. Marjorie Dougherty, I/mm Homer, Fred Abbott. Fairlield, Joan Perkins, Jan Dickinson, Bobble June Killian, Anita Sue Oldham, Hal Boyd. Leroy Hall, Jerry Edwards, Nita Rose Hall, Carol Bailey. The honorable' mention list Is as follows: Oranvllle Cooley, Bobble Estei. Winnibeth Buckley. Earl Hyde, Barbara Trumble, Carmon Anne Cary, Ruth Johnson. Betsy Bell, Charles Golorth, Sherry Sparks, Joe Lynn Vowell. Milly Bradley, Millie Ann Mallory. Ray- Weslbrook, Drane Adams Scott. Jane Wilson, James mond Pally Kitchen, Jack Jackson, Johnny O'Brien. Merry. Lane, Peggy Webb, Janice Johnson, Bobby Lancaster, Louise Goff, Lynwood Herron. Rondal Johnson, Martha Nichols, Laverne Owens, Ann Seay. Evelyn Bowen. Judy McCall. Dal- In.s May Jim Tompkins. Warren McClure. Gailya Stlllwell. Gwendo- Condoii Bush. Bob Childrc.ss. lyn Rhoads, James Tllley, PaLs: Shirley Lovelady, Sally Triesch- Calvert. Nina Richardson, Man Hill inniiii, Barbara Griffin, Allene Beverly Jones, Linda Bunch, Eddie Wimbcrly. Marilyn Dougherty, Cal- Jo.st. Nancy Hamby, Luther Taylor vin Czeschin, Rosemary Monaghan. •• Patty Wright, Ann Perry, Donna Howard Higginsoii, Charles Km- '. Sykes, Donna Sue Gore, Sandra niugham. PaUy Yarbro. Mary Ann Grimes, Terry Vail, Danny Cobb. Patsy Caldwell, Jo Alice McGuirc, France.s Sluylon, Sue Jobe, Anue j Kelllck, Barbara Watkins, Barbara John-soil, Juanita Overman, Albert Long. Wendell Keeling. Charles Coleman, Jimmie Moore, Eva Jan< Lei-oy Wildy, Mrs. Mavis SeUlemlr, Mrs. Elolse Nicholson, 'Mrs. Parrei . Cnne of Oeceoli, Mrs. Lan Willlarru of Jonesboro and Mrs. J. O. Portls of Lepanto. Others modeling In the show will lie Mr«. Ralph Woodruff, Mrs, Herbert Hobh«, Mrt.'D. H. Blackwoort, Mrs. *Oene Teaford. Mrs. Charles Showing what's new for Ihe teen- Lowrance and Mrs. Robert. Nelson, age seUwtll be Jo Raye Simmons, , , Llewelyn White and Patsy Rob- * bins. T Sail Whjtsitt Reigns as Grid Queen -ange P.T.A. Meets at School Mrs. W. W. Mitchell opened the nonlhly meeting of the Lange School Parent-Teachers Associalion wilh Ihe devotional, "Judge Not," Wednesday afternoon, when the group convened at the school. The president's message was given y Mn. Louis Hubener and Mrs. H. . Mathls. program chairman, introduced W. R. Nicholson and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, guesl speakers for the afternoon. Mr. Nichol- ion, superintendent of schools, spoke on the lunchroom project, after which Miss Turner, elementary supervisor, discussed the school sys- ':m. The group Voted lo enter a float in (he annual Christmas parade and also to endorse the • lunch room project. In the attendance count, prizes went to the homerooms of Mrs. Colleen Wood and Mrs. Mary Cmw- ford. The second grade mothers were hostesses for the session. + Gail Whltsill, ninm grade student and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i. P. Whitsltt, last, night was crowned 1951 gridiron queen of lh« BlytnevUle Junior High School JPa- )oose team. Wilson Women Conduct Course WILSON, Oct. 26. The Women 1 Society of Christian Service of th Methodist Church is conducting study course this week at th church. Mrs. Hudson Wren, with the aid of other WSCS members. Is leading the course on "We Americans, North and South." Mrs. Guy Butler of Osceola was guest speaker at the Wednesday .tudy on Latin American countries. Mrs. Butler was born in Les Pas, Bolivia, and spent a part of her childhood there before coming to this country. She spoke on customs and means of livelihood in her homeland. County Singers To Convene The Pemiscot County singing convention will hold its monthlj singing at. Tyler, Mo., Sunday. Singing will begin at 1 p.m. and the Browning Quartette of Cape Girardeau, Mo., will provide specia music. Cox, Donnto Daniels, Jimmie Nelson, Billie 1 Jean Westbrook, Jcan- etU Hodge, Manya Blankenship Carol Arm Holt, Barbara Johnson Tommy Harrison, Yvonne Lovelace Linda Byrd, Eloise Golden, Prances Rose, Johnny, Log gins, Peggy Gilmer. Mary Ann Fisher, Glenda Penny. Queen Gail was chosen by a secret ballot of the squad and was crowned in ceremonies preceding .he Blytheville-Jiicksou, Tenn., football game. Composing the royal court »er« Carmen Gary, LaNeal Sudbury, M1I- ie Ann Bradley, Martha Bean and Dolores Adams, ninth grade maids; Doris Brooks, Kay Jobe, Emily Danon and D. B. Wylie, eighth grad« naide: and Beth Johnson and Nan Miller, seventh grade mald«. Queen Qail Is now aervlng h«r third year as a junior high school cheerleader and is a member nt the Booster Club. President of h«r homeroom, she also is an honor roll student. At The Hospital* Dismissed: Victoria Lari, City. Lewis Baker. Bassett. Kalherlne McCoy, D«]l. Marie Grlswell, steel*. Best Known home remedj to rtUer* ml«eri«« of chlld'i eoU Armore! YWAs Hear Program "Hallox-ccn" was the topic of the program presented for members of the Armofel Baptist Young Woman's Association who last night met al the church foi the monthly se^'^op. Mildred Rhonds was the group's OIK/ guest a;id the action WA; opened with & devotional by Max- Ine Parrlsh. Following the program Eva Alsup led the adjourning prayer. 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