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April 23, 1952

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BL'tTHEVlLI.E (ARK.) COUKTMfl WEDNESDAY, 2S, 19W <? • 4 tbocielu, lullins, Society Editor w Pat MulHns, Phone 4-J61 Double Shower Honors Five The lounge of the Telephone Company was the scene of a shower for five yesterday. The e'rts of the traffic department showered three with bridal gifts and two with layette gifts. Those receiving bridal gills were Mrs. Joe DItldin, the former Miss Betty Ried; Mrs. Odel Barnes, the former Miss Lottie stllvell; and Mrs. Bill Young. Those receiving layette gifts were Mrs. Charles Mmtth and Mrs. Oerald Hanncock, who Is the former Miss Marsha McGregor. Punch and party foods were served. Tulips and Iris were used through-out the lounge. All foods were in pastel shades of pink and blue, along with other decorations. Corsages of pink carnations were presented to the honorees. Informal Party Honors Mrs. Fa ires Mrs. V. M. Paircs of Wilmington, Del., who is visiting here, was honored yesterday with a party iit the home of Mrs, RUey B. Jones Mrs. Paircs, who Is the daughter of Mrs. R. I. Haley, Is also visiting her sisters, Mrs. I,!oyd Stlclcmon, and guests were Mrs. Murray smart. Other out-of-town Mrs. R. J. McKinnon, Mrs. Z. B Osborne, and Mrs. Garrard Caudtll, nil of Manila. Party foods were served from a table which was overlaid with a white organdy cloth over yellow in the center of which was a low l>owl of yellow tulips interspersed with greenery. Iris and tulips were used in other parts of the house. The morning was spent Informally. Bits of News tiy f-^crsonal Mrs. Mich.', C, Sayre of Durand visiting her daughter. Mrs. Bonnie Beck, of Osccola. She Is also the guest of Drs. Carl and Edna Nlcs. Bobby Lee Smith nr.d Ott Mulllns Hotel Is Scene Of Luncheon Hotel Noble was the scene yesterday for the meeting of the Trl- Town Bridge Club, when Mrs. Dale Brings entertained with a 1 p.m. luncheon. Centering the table was a low bowl of pansles. Iris, tulips, and dogwood In mixed spring bouquets were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Spring Fashions Done by Paul Parnes are in Memphis today on business. Mrs. Worth Holder was high - score winner with second high go- Seaman Robert C. Lee arrived from Korea to'spend H 20-day leave with his sisters, Misses Mary and Juanlta Reese. Mrs. Ed Hardin and son, Braxton GUI, and Mrs Udell Ncwsorn were visitors 111 Memphis yesterday. Pvt. Billy Glass, returned lo Fort Bonning. Oa.. Monday. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass accompanied him to Memphis where he joined a group of friends, Mrs. Lora Armstrong of Charleston, Mo., Is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass, Mrs. Tom A. Little had ns her guests, her daughter. Mrs, w. K. Frnsces and son, Tom Hcmlrlx, who led. yesterday for their home in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mrs. A. G. Little was a member ol the house committee in the National Congress of Daughters of American Revolution which met in Washington, D,C. Mr. Little met her In Ashvllle nnd they motored ome through the Smoky Monn- alns. . # Mrs. E. B. WoocUon was a dele- ate nnd Mrs. James B. Clark was n alternate to the Daughters of merican Revolution convention in Va-shlngton, D.C. Allen G. McClure Honored at Party ; Because Allen Graham McClure was two years old yesterday, he was given a birthday party In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClure, with 14 children helping him celebrate. Balloons and hats were presented to the guests as favors. Streamers, balloons and other party decorations were used In the entertaining rooms. In the games, Dwalne Lee Tinker »nd Deborah Jean West were prize winners. Mrs. Max Graham and Mrs, Travis Deen assisted the hostess In serving birthday cake, ice cream and Iced drinks. Birthday Party Given in School The second grade room of Miss Luella Barnes at Sudbury School was the scene of a birthday party lor Travis Nichols Monday. Travis, who was eight yenrs old, was entertained by his mother, Mrs. Ulice E. Nichols. Party games were played and Patty McBrlde, Dave Holder, Merylin Morrison, and Ronnie Etchieson won prizes. Balloons were given to the children as favors. After the games, Mrs. Nichols served birthday cake and Iced drinks. Copy-Cat Frocks Are Fun Ing to Mrs. Garrard Caudill. 'irsl Methodist Circles leet In Members Homes Six circles ot Women's Society of ihrlstian Service of the First Meth- dlst Church met Monday In homes f members. Circle One was entertained In the ome of Mrs. Charles Crlgger, with Mrs. Charles Wylle as co-hostess Ixteen mefhbers were present along 1th one new member who is Mrs. T. O. Long and one guest, Mrs. Opal hrlstlan of Jonesboro. Mrs. Robert IcGmw gave the devotional and Jrs. Newton Whltls the study ourse. Mrs. Rlley B. Jones was hostess > 18 members of Circle Two L with Irs. Walter Card and Mrs. Dick J. White visiting. Mrs. White is n ember or Circle Six. Devotional •as presented by Mrs. A. C. Haley nd study was led by Mrs. Cecil •Mly. Circle Three met with Mrs. O. E. tnudsen, 13 were present. Mli* lie Osmcnt, who was n visitor, gave :IB devotional and sludy was led y Mrs. George Pylcs. Fourteen members of Circle Four •ere entertained by Mrs. T, R. Colenan. Mrs. Joe Ferguson had the Uidy and Mrs. G. Hubbard, Jr., nve the devotional. Mrs. J. L, Guard, with the nssist- ,nce of Mrs. M. L. Husband, en- ertaincd H members of Circle Five. • uosts were Mrs. Roy I. Bagley, ,Irs. William Wyatt, Mrs. Alex Shel>y. and Mrs. James C. Guard, who s from Circle Pour. Mrs. Shelby gave trie devotional, and Mrs. J. C. uard. the study. Nineteen members of Circle Si: net with Mrs. E. J. Cure, wilh Mrs. \V. A. Hollingsworth giving the devotional, and Mrs. Earl B. Nail, the study. BonnieMcCormick Tops Honor Roll nonnie Noll McCormlck, Junior, lopped the BHS honor roll lor the second six weeks of the second semester with Hush Hopper, Ber- nicc Flowers and Laura Hcmny placing second, third and fourth. rcsrectfvcly. 7'hlr(y-one other students whose names appeared on the honor roll released from Principal W. D. Tommey's oIHcc xvere ns follows: Louise Goff, JhnmLn Weldman, Marilyn Dougherty, Ciirol Ann Bailey, Bobljy Orsburn, Patsy Yarbro. GaH Whiti.sU, Mar^orie Dougherty, Patsy Cnldwcll, Charles Kinnln«ham, Shirley Wrule, Albert Palrfiekl. Gwendolyn Rhoaris, Luther Taylor, Mt\ry Alice McWfltevs. Sammy Hou5e, Linda Bunch, Sue Jobe, Donald Harris, Snm Lum, Danny Cohb, Charles Langsfon. Larry Bak-| or. Harold DanEcls, Sandra Long, Evelyn Bowcn. Robert Crawford, Jean Bradley, Lcrov Hall, Donna Sue Sykes. .Jimmy Tilley. Prcclvtnf? honorable mention for Ihclr scholastic records were 43 other students including the follow- in?: Joan Earls. Joe Lynn Vowell, Melba Hill, Warren McClure, Peggy GUmcr, Donnie Dnnels, Nina Richardson, Granvllle Cooley. Carol Ann Holt, jamcs KHcheias. Joe WhUcnhunt. Max Hill. Johnay O'Brien. Eugene Still. Allene Wim- bcrly, Lav.Tcnce Bradley, Norm^in Bralcher, Frod Abbott, Howell Boyri. Jack Jackson, Ruth Johnson, Kay Smith, Jerrv Berry. Peggy Webb Billy Bert Mayo, Wendell Keeling, Gaila Stilwcll. .Eugene Belkntvp, Earl Hyde, Nancy Hamby. Rondal Johnson, Linda Byrd, Jane Wilson, Ant^c KeUick, EUa Lou Ynncey; Melvin Boyd, Billie Hardin. Evn Jane Cox. Bobbie Estes, Glcnda Penny, Barbara Trumble, Fratices Rose, Peggy Taylor. )orine Hawkins Circle -las Meeting at Dell The Dorlne Hawkins Circle of the Dell Women's Missionary Union met Monday at the home of Robert Edwards with 15 members present.' A guest was Miss Joyce Gill, who is president of the entire union. After group singing, Miss Sue McDonald led in prayer. Mrs. A. E. Caldwell presented the program, "The Life Beautiful." Those participating were Miss McDonald, Miss Martha Crocker, Miss Mable Nelson, Mrs. L. McLeland. Prayer by Miss Gill dismissed the group. Refreshments were served by the hostess and Mrs. W. L. Bolin. co- hostess. Yarbro HD Club Meet* With Mrs. Wheeler A semi-monthly meeting of th« Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met at the home o! Mrs. Ellis Wheeler yesterday. Miss Lorene Baker and Mrs. Gertrude Hollman were guests of the club. To open the meeting. Mrs. Gene McGiiIre gave a devotional which was followed by roll call. In answering .members gave problems they have In sewing. Mrs. Holiman spoke on clothing and Mrs. Dave Abbott discussed landscaping and planting flowers. Following the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. ft* Along the lower Rio Grande valley, fossil oystei« have been found 30 inches in diameter. ••••^•••••i fun.,. TEX'N'JEAN SHORTS The dress with a little jacket Is essential for daytime wear Oils spring. As done by designer Paul Parnes {left), it's an alliance of wool and print. Slioit purple wool bolero tops a pure silk purplc- aml-whlte afternoon dress, is lined in the print of the dress. Studied pleats of tile skirt flare from the hips. From Kisciibers (right) comes a gray pure silk print teamed with jacket of gray flannel. Square neckline of I lie dress is edged in flannel and there's a gray flannel belt. Skirl is completely pleated, worn over a taffeta and horsehair petticoat for addetl fullness. Circles One and Two Have Joint Meeting Circles One and Two of Wcmen'5 Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist met Monday at the church for a not luck luncheon. A regular business meeting and Royal Service prcgram was held. Mrs. Carl Trite. Mrs. Ada Laflin, and Rev. David McPeake were visitors with the circles. Mrs. R. W. Woolen presided over the twenty- two members present. The repeating o( the WMS watchword, which was followed by group singing, opened the meeting. Mrs. Joy Ross had charge of the program which was "Hiwaiians Are Americans." she also presented the devotional, others participating en the program were Mrs. C. M. McDermott, Mrs. L. G, Kcnwright, Mrs, John Buchannon, Mrs. J, H. Roberts, Mrs. C. E. Thompson. Mrs. James Kclley, Mrs.. Elnora Esvnf- ford, and Mrs. Catherine Campbell, who dismissed the group with prayer. Wilson Couple Wed fn March Ceremony WILSON — Miss Martha Ann Stewart of Memphis, daughter of Eugene Stewart of uuglics ana Mrs. Lucille Wood;.of Memphis, became the bride ot'Robert Bussey, son of Mr. and Mrs.^j. J. Bussey of Wilson. March 28 In the West Memphis Baptist Church. Their only attendants were his brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Brasfield of Memphis. The bride is a graduate of South Side High School. Mr. Bussey attended Wilson High School" and served three years in the Navy. Mrs. Crafton Entertains .aPetite Club Members Coming Events 'Thursday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at 7:30 p.m. at Rustic Inn for canasta party. Mrs. J. N. Smothermon will be hostess. LaNueve is to meet with Mrs. N. G. Jerome. Mrs. Harry W. Haines Is hostess to the Mid-Week Bridge Club, Duplicate Bridge League me at the Country Club. Mrs. H. Humphrey will entertain the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Eugene brown is hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Members of KtuUizer will meet at the home of Mrs. Johnny White Friday Finesse Club meets in the HD Ciub Has Meeting In Lafarlette Home Mrs, Vernon Lafnrlette was hostess to the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club yesterday, with 12 members present. Mrs. J. C. Smith was a guest of the group. Mrs. J. OTHuey : opened the meet- Ing with prayer which was followed by scripture reading by Mrs. Glen Alexander. Group singing preceded a prayer by Mrs. Tom Britton, and roll call. Mrs. Leslie Moore won in the prize contest. Gifts were exchangee by "secret friends." The repeating of the Lords Prayer dismissed the group. Following the meeting, the hostess, with jhe assistance of Mrs. R Mrs. Carolyn Boyers Is Hostess to BW C Mrs. Carolyn Boyers wai htste. c .s Monday night to the Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church at her home in Chickasfsw Courts. Mrs. Earnest Walker was n visitor with the eight,members. Mrs. Irene Pritchard openeci the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Opal Webb hart charge of the lesson which was from the Royal Service. Mrs. Idele closed the meeting. home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. *E- Davis and Mrs. Alexander, servec Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold Its ritual of jewels ceremony at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson, 103 N.E. Parkway, at 7:30 tonight. Mrs. Benny Grimes is hostess lo Friday Canasta Club. • LaFinesse will he entertained by Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr.. at 1:3D p.m. Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting ai the church. Mrs. Henderson Ha!e ; Mrs. Jojln Moore. Mrs. B. M. MaUhews and' Mrs. W. D. Henley are hostesses. Saturday Alp'ia Beta Chapter of Epsilon Alpha will have a banquet, Je\vel pin ceremony and formal dance at Hotel Noble. They are Memphis. making Iheir home in LaPetile met tn the home of Mrs Rupert Cralton yesterday. Mrs, Gean Atkinson was the only guest j as a visitor, with the club. Mrs. James Christian Women Meet; Board Session Held A meeting of the executive board preceded a regular business meeting of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church Monday. Mrs. Jim Rainwater opened with prayer which was followed by -reports from various chairmen. Mrs. .. | Sloan Rainwater was intrcduced Dessert Bridge Party Given by Mrs. Taylor A dessert bridge was given yesterday in tile hcme of Mrs. Jc.-se Taylor, who entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. V. M. Faircs. who is visiting her from Wilmington, Del., was a guest of the club. Mixed spring bouquets cf iris and tulips decorated the entertaining rooms. High score went to Mrs, E, M. Regenold and second high to Mrs. Doyle Henderson. At the Hospitals ' nlylhcville Hospital Kenny Bourland. Manila Mis. Floyd Ollison and daughter, Rhonda, City Mrs. Earl James. City Walls Hospital P Dismissed: THEWS REAL TfX'M'JCANS, PARDNlR—WlfH LUCKY HORSESHOE POCKETS, RUGGED UPPER FLY, STURDY SANFORIZED DENIM, AND A MONEY-SACK CVAKANTK 8Y HANK MANN I Sizes 1 to 16 eer VOUKS now AT MEN'S STORE Boy's Dept. Everything for Men and Boys' for HEADACHE, demand- St.Joseph « ASPIRIN DRIB'S LARGEST SElLfR AT 100 High score and bridso honors went to Mrs. F. E. UUey with Mrs. Rainwntcr had charge or the program after which pyn>er closed the meeting. Crafton takinp second place honors. I The hostesses. Mrs. Hatlly Spring flowers were userijanri Mrs. John Burnett, served re- throughout the game looms. freshmcnU durins a social hour. WED.-THURS.-FRI. 3 BIG DAYS! 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