The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 1, 1950
Page 4
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fAMC.)' COURIER NEWS New* FRIDAY, Jan« Slielton, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Mrs. Houchins Entertains With' Luncheon-Bridge Cluster* of holly nnd glowing tapers formed the centerpiece used at th« I p.m. luncheon-bridge meeting of the Mid-Week Club yesterday when Mrs, H. II. Houchins was hast«.« lo the club and three guests at her home on Milan ' Street. Mrs. Prank Tomltnson of Houston, Tex., houscgucst of Mr. nnd ' Mis. Wade Jeiferies and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heinlcklc, Mrs. Ethel i Falrfield of Little Rock, houseguest of Mrs. W. I. Denlon and Mr.?. W. R. Cherry of Paris. Ark., houseguest of her son, J. Louis cherry and Mrs. " Cherry were guests for the occn- ' sion. Following luncheon which was served at the dining table, bridge ,'was played with high score being -won by Mrs, B.-A. Lynch and scc- ;ond high by Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. :27, Attend Party Observing 7th Birthday Twenty-seven children were in; vited to the Max J. Mattes home , on Edwards yesterday for an aft- iernoon-of party games observing ' the seventh birthday of John Allen '. Mattes. - The rooms of the home in which \ the guests spent the afternoon were - decorated in compliment to the 'birthday theme. "Happy Birthday" Und limericks adorned the cloth ^overlaying the refreshment table. After John Allen had opened the •gifts from the group, "Happy Birth•day" was .sung as he b!ew out the 'candles topping the cake which was /later cut and served with ice cream. j Toy favors were presented the .'(nests. v - Mrs. Marie Copeland and Charles : Mattes assisted Mrs. Mattes during •the affair. •Mrs. V. LaFarlette Joins ' : Alpha Beta Bunco 'Club | Mrs. Vernon LaParletle met as R <nsw member with the Alpha Beta ;Bunco Club last night when the group was entertained at the home 'of Mrs. Lane Nowell for the weekly dessert meeting. Mrs. Sue Eaton was » guest for the occasion. .' Planters filled with (railing ivy vere set about the room In which the evening \vas spent. '•'• Mrs. Nowell was high score win- :hffr in the game, with Mrs. La- .Farlelte winning bunco and Mrs. \Tack Holstenrt, low. : i Following the games, plans were discussed for the club's Christmas party. Yuletide Season Suggested In Party Decorations : Suggestive of the approaching Yuletide season were the. clusters of riandina berries arranged in ivy which provided the decorations for the Raymond Shamtin home 5'esterday lor the weekly meeting of the Avalon Bunco Club. : The club and one guest, Mrs. John douse, were seated at small tables for the bunco game in which Mrs, GUbow was high score winner. Mrs. Clouse, low and Mrs. \V. J. Cupples. bunco. Mrs. Shamlin served a dessert course. I'd make a wonderful GIFT! KITCHEN CHARM "MIDNIGHT" Beautiful in black O EJ WJ6 Tm MIDNIGHT! And I'm « Buster Brown Animu!* Kids lore Busier Brown Ani- mule slippers, mother!-Am) they're so practical, too. 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Mrs. Caudill Entertains At the Country Club Shaded yellow pom pom chrysanthemums and snapdragons topped a serving table at the Country Club yesterday at which all members of the Thursday Contract Club were, seated for the weekly luncheon and afternoon ot bridge. Hostess for the occasion was Mrs. G- G. Caudill. Following the three course luncheon bridge was played with Mrs. P. D. Foster winning first prize and Mrs. Henry Humphreys, second high. • • * Cominq Events Social Calendar Saturday Mesdamrs A. G. Hall, V. G. Holland. Jame.s Oates and John C. McHaney hostesses for bridge- luncheon at Hotel Noble al 1 p.m. T. 0. Huey Home Setting For Dessert Club Meeting Assorted hucd blossoms wer« set about the T. o. Huey home yesterday afternoon lo provide the floral decorations lor the mecettng of the Thursday Rook Club and one guest, Mrs. Cleo Wren. Following B dessert course, rook was played during the remainder of the afternoon, with Mrs. W. B. Mayo winning high score prize. Mrs. wren was second high scorer and Mrs. Don Whitney, rooko. • • * Mrs. Bailey, Only Guest With Octette Club Mrs. Georgia Bailey was the only guest, yesterday with members of Uie Octette Club when Mrs. Marvin Nunn was hostess at her home on Chlckasnwba to the group. Placed about the reception and entertaining rooms were potted planta. Mrs. Nunn was blgh score wl|V ner in the bridge game with sec- oncJ high going to Mrs. Hjillcy. Refreshments were served. Bits of News Mrs. Ethel Falrfleld of Little Rock is spending the holiday weetend a.s guest o! her mother, Mrs. W. I. Denlon and son, Albert Fairfleld. Miss Ellen Bryan, Moss Bryan and their hoiiseguesl, Mrs. Earl Koont7. ol Moberly, Mo., were in Memphis Wednesday night tn i\t- lenci SadlerVWells ballet presented nt Ellis Auditorium. Word has l>een received In Blyihe- vilte of the promotion of P/c. J«hn Paul Hutchcrson to the rank of corporal. Cpl, Hutcheison, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Hutcherson of Chicago, formerly of BlylhevHlc, has been In service for & year and \s now serving in Korea. Mrs. Hamilton Talbotl will arrive tomorrow from her home in Bethesda., Mri., for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Emma Nolen and sister, Mrs. E. R. Mason, and other relatives. Mr. jitid Mrs. Frank Tomltnson of Hoii.ston, Tex,, art (he guests of Mrs. Tomlinson's sisters, Mrs. Wade Jef- teries and Mr. JefTeries and Mrs. Ariolph Helnlcke and other relatives. J. S. Kalsell was removed to Memphis Methodist Hospital W«d- ne.sclny by ambulance/ 1 His condition is unchanged. ' Mrs. B. F. LofHn. Mns. Irene Wallace. Paul and Diana Wallace spent Thanksgiving In Atlanta, Oa., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wallace, Holiday weekend guests from the. University of Arkansas, Fayclteville, are Bobby Edwards, Iconise Sullivan, Larry, "Ashby, Bob Damon, Robert Graf ton and Billy Wayne McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Middlnton nt Arrimore, Okla., will be thn weekend guests of Miss Ellen Brynn, Moss Bryan and their houseguest, Mrs. Earl Koont?, of Moberly, Mo, The group will be the Sundr.y guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Berry Brooks of Mom- phis. While there they will attend (he showing of Mr. Brooks' African film Sunday night at the Country 1, Early Tooth. Care Basis for Beauty Understanding (he importance of early loolh care, this voinie molhrr scls daughter on path ', health and bcaul^ with sc ni ?"J. li ;?','J e . n ^ l ., l ; 1 , 1 .« k .- nu '«. ( . l1 f ft >. 3 . Properly-balanced diet (upper Club. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Crouch Jr. left today for their home in Washington. D. c.. after having spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Air. Crouch's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Crouch and brother Wayne. Pat Burks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks of Blytheville has pledged Kappa Sigma' fraternity at the University of Arkansas, Fuy- ettcvllle. where he Is a freshman, it Is announced today. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason will Ije In Oxford, Miss., tomorrow to attend the Ole Miss-Mississippi State football game. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. McHaney and Mr. and Mrs. George Huhbard. Jr.. were among the Bl3-theville people in Charleston, Mo., for the Polio Bowl football game, between Blytheville and Russellville. Ky., last night. Prior to Ihe game the group attended a buffet supper at the Richard B. Logan home. Following the gnine R dcop-Jn complimenting Harry Caray was also held at the Lxjgnn home and attended by the Blytheville group. Mrs. Logan Is the former Miss Sara Lou McCutchen of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mr. and Mrs. Solan Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gee and daughter. Christy, all of Greenville, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Solan Gee, Jr., and two children of New Madrid, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bailey and three children of Portagevilta, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gee and two children of Fralley, Mo., returned to their homes today after having been the Thanksgiving holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee and son, E. B. Gee. Jr. E. B. Gee, Jr., who Is attending the University of Arkansas, f'ay- cUeville, will ictlnn to school Sunday. Mr. snd Mrs. W. H. Holcombe art spending several days in Water Valley, Miss., as guests of Mrs. llol- combe's sister. Mrs. Leo Brown nnd Dr. Brown. Mr. Holcombe was recently dismissed from Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose left yesterday for San Antonio. Tex., to visit their son, Pvt. Charley Nick Hose, who is stationed at Lackland Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Oscir "Blankenship of Msvrvcll, Ark., and Mrs. Bltink- enship's mother were the Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Kate Blankenship nnd daughtet'3. Bill Godwin, Robert Reid. Me) Hay and Ted Vnncc left this morning for Athens, Oa., to attend (he Georgia-Georgia Tech football game tomorrow. Among Ihc Blytheville residents In Charleston. Mo., last night (or the Blylhoville-fiiisseliville, Ky., football game were O. A. Rough, Jimmy Richardson. Carl Blackard, Gene Bradley, Blllie Marie Burnett, Joy Shelton, Mis. VV. T, Barnett, Jan Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Himlman and daughters, Ann and Kay. Marcia Lou McGregor, Louise Sullivan. Unrry Daniels, J. L. Johnson. Travis Brooks, Elmer R. Smith, Max B. Hprrison. J. M. Williams. Jr., Chester Caldwell. Jr., Edsel Harber, Richard T. Mills, Ramon Morton, Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHaney, Claude Sparks, G. O. Poet?,. Prank Whitworth, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Parr. A. R. Olscn, Jimmy Stevenson. Brycc Layson, Charles Moore, Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur S. Harrison, E. M. Regenold, J. T. Sud- bitry, L. G. Nash.,W. L. Horncr, E. R. Mason, Charles Purtle, Sanford Just the thing for a fireside POW-POW! 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