The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 28, 1954
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 28,1954 Society News , llnwr QAfiotv RHifor f Hiu Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Buckley Honored Again With Party Miss Winnibeth Buckley, bride- elect of Robert Blodgett was com' plimented again yesterday 'morning when her aunt, Mrs. F. B. Rozelle, and Mrs. Rozelle's daughter, Mrs. ~~ Delta Delta Delta Sorority Holds Annual Business Meeting The Delta Delta Delta Sorority held its annual business meeting followed by a luncheon-bridge yesterday at the Colonial Room in Hotel Noble. The alums entertained the activities at this affair. In the business meeting, Miss Barbara Monaghan was elected president and Mrs. Charles Wildy with a morning party .at the 50 Club in Osceola. The table from which party foods were served was centered with an arrangement of yellow and white flowers interspersed with greenery and maline. The compotes used on the table were tied with maline and white satin bows. Arrangements of other garden flowers were used throughout the fntertaining rooms. Miss Buckley wore a powder blue cotton with white accesosries. She was presented with a white' orchid and silver in her chosen .pattern from her hostesses. Mrs. Earl Buckley, mother of the bride, and Mrs. Dan Blodgett, mother of the groom, were presented with purple orchids. Miss Ruby Hughey of Washington, D. C., was an out-of-town guect. ™ of Etowah was elected secretary Tuesday Canasta Club.. Has Meeting The Tuesday Canasta Club met at the Razorback yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Edjiie Burks as hostess. Winners in the games played during the afternoon were Miss Rosa Schuneritsch, high, Mrs. Paul Byrum, second and Mrs. Ernest Jackson, third. A salad course was served at the conclusion of the games by the hostess. and treasurer. The individual tables where the guests were seated for lunch were 'Ladies Day' To be Held at Country Club Ladies of the Country Club will entertain with an informal party Friday morning for the monthly guest day. , Airs. E. M. Regenold is chairman of the Hostess Committee with other members; Mrs. Frank Whit, , . i worth, Mrs. John Ed Regenold, played during the afternoon were! Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. Riley B. Jones, centerec with arrangements of mixed garden flowers. Winners in the bridge .games Miss Fat Weis of Brinkley, high Mrs. Blan Heath, second high, and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., bridge Out-of-town alumni were Mrs J. G. of New London, Conn., Miss Weis, Miss Martha Traylor of Wilson and Mrs. Cecil Branson of New Orleans. Country Club Air Conditioned The Blytheville Country Club is now air conditioned as result of a project sponsored by the women members of the Club. Mrs. Edgar A. Stacy was chairman and Mrs. Russell Phillips, cochairman of the committee appointed by Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, president of the Ladies of the Country Club. Air conditioning the club came out of the July 5 Carnival Party staged by the women. Plans to use proceeds j for purchase of a window unit in The Green Room were expanded when a number of club men asked women menmers to solicit contributions for a unit which would cool more of the club house. The seven-and-one-half ton unit has been installed at the south end of the large enclosed porch. The entire club is cooled with assistance of four large floor fans purchased by the Duplicate Bridge League earlier in the summer. The next project planned by the Ladies is fixing up the second private dinning room and getting some new chairs for the dining tables. These projects may be worked on this Fall and Winter, as part of the general club house improvement program, but the major project will continue to be the swimming pool fund. With the swimming pool project started: this Spring, under the presidency of Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson, it is planned to begin work soon to increase this fund in hope of having a pool by next Summer. Latest In Two Piecers Bits of News By Sue Burnett As simply and neatly tailored as you could wish — well fitting two piece outfit that is particularly flattering. Pattern No. 8134 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Siez 14, short sleeve, 4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, -m. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '5< contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. Misses Bill Nebhut and Pett Byars have returned from a two- week vacation spent in Ocean City and Annapolis, Md., and Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stires and Miss Eunice Young spent yesterday in Memphis. . Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook and son, Paul, and Adam Taylor were in Nashville, Term., Sunday where they were the guests of Mr. Westbrook's sister, Mrs. John Brewton and Dr. Brewton. Paul and Adam remained for an extended visit. Mrs. Weldon Thomas and children left Sunday for McAllen, Texas, to join their husband and father who is on detail work with the border patrol. They will be gone six weeKs. Mrs. Riley Adams and daughter, Donna, have returned from a vacation spent in Flint, Pontiac and Detroit, Mich., where they visited relatives. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burks Barker are Mrs. Barker's mother, Mrs. Sarah McCall, of Jonesboro and her nieces, Misses Anna Lee and Sarah Katherine Tyler, of India, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oenning and granddaughter, Donna Lee Kerbough, are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Herman Carlton and children are in Conway where Mrs. Carlton is attending the second session of summer school at State Teachers College. They are the guests of Mrs. T. M. Boyd while there. Mr .and Mrs. Thomas H. Chapman motored their son, Thomas Lynn, to Memphis Monday where he left by train for Kosciusko, Miss., to visit relatives for two weeks, Misses Mabel Crook of Burdette and Charlotte Buzbee of Memphis are spending 10 days in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as guests of Miss Crooks sister, Mrs. Clinton Daniel and Mr. Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott will be in Hardy tomorrow to return their daughter, Rae Eloise, from Girl Scout Camp Kiwani. Miss Pat Weis of Brinkley has been the guest of Miss Barbara Monaghan for the past several days. Mrs. Cecil Branson of New Orleans is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker, and Mr. Branson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Country Club Bridge League Conducts Game The Blytheville Country Club Bridge League played a "six-table Howell Movement last night Winners were Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, first with 55 points; Mrs. S. E. Tune arlb Mrs. F. E. Black, second with 51 ^ points and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, third with 45% points. Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr., Mrs. B. B. Goodman of Steele, Mo., Mrs. Robert Pierce of Leachville, Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila, Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola and Mrs. Bill Joe Denton of Wilson, assisting. Tables will be arranged for bridge and canasta, for which, prizes will be awarded. A buffet lunch will be served following the games by Mrs. Welch Foster, the new club hostess. Mrs. J. E. JACOBS Marion Cook Circle Meets The Marion Cook circle of the Trinity Baptist Church met with Mrs. F. L. Wicker last night. The meeting was opened with sentence prayer and the 1 devotional was given by Mrs. Idell Lowe. Mrs. Howard Caldwell taught the mission study and Mrs. Launa Everett dismissed the group with prayer. The hostess served refreshments at the conclusion of the meeting. Business Meeting Is The Huffman Young Women's Auxiliary met yesterday for a business meeting. They held a bake sale yesterday and chopped cotton last week to pay their expenses to the auxiliary camp at Ferncliffe Aug. 7-9. The Rev. W. W. Peterson of Dyess and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hodge of Lepanto.were in Memphis Wednesday on business. Misses Mozelle Williams, Ada and Evelyn Anderson and Tom An- j derson were in Memphis Saturday ; phis spent the week end here At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Marlin Brackin, city Mrs. Calvin Robertson and baby, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Cecil Shane, city . Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Irene Smith, city Mrs. Billy Branch and baby, city Mrs. Mel Hay and baby, city Lana Sue Anderson, city Abner Baunson, Philadelphia, Armorel WMU Has Meeting The Armorel Women's Missionary Union met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. C. Elliott for a Royal Service Program. The- meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. F. W. Garrison and the devotional was given by Mrs. Elliott who was also in charge of the program. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Weldon McCann, Rainbow Girls Hold Initiation The Rainbow Girls of Blythe- tie Rock. Lynda Roe, grand coo- ville, Osceola and Manila held a joint initiation service at the Masonic Temple Monday night. Preceding the initiation a banquet was held. The head table where the Grand Officers of the state were seated was centered with a rainbow and pot of gold holding red carnations. The other tables were centered with garden flowers. Grand Officers conducting the Mrs. N. C. Patterson, Mrs. Garri-1 initiation were Misses Judy Ander- n «. M •» *•_— T TT* /•!-.**— A— -.«J X f-^f, Crtn OfV^ T*^ TturrtT-f V^tr o ^-IFI t?rtt* *•*<• T .it-.. son, Mrs. J. E. Cooper and Mrs. W. L. Smith. Mrs. F. H Rebstock dismissed the group with prayer The hostess served refreshments at the conclusion of the meeting. Make List Of Before Vacation By AP Newsfeatores Beauty Editor So you're going on a vacation, j son, grand worthy advisor of Lit- fidential observer of Little Rock; Joy Thompson, grand immortality o f Jacksonville; and Pat Scott, grand fidelity of Blytheville. A bunking party was held following the services and a swimming party was held yesterday morning. Chaperones of the group were Mrs. Charles Alford and Mrs. Grace Edwards. NN Bridge Club Conducts Meeting The NN Bridge Club met with Miss Betty Nell Holland last night for a dessert-bridge. Winners in the games played during the evening were Miss Joan Trieschmann, high, Mrs. Frank Wagner. Jr., second high, and Miss Barbara Ann Smith. visiting the latters daughter, Mrs. Davis Wilkes and family. Mi-, and Mrs. W. L. Jacobs and son, Ronnie, spent the week end as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Freels. Mrs. Nannie Anderson and granddaughter, Sandra, spent Saturday with Mrs. Joise Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs were in Osceola Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Garrison returned to Dodge City, Kans., Saturday after spending their vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, and in Mississippi with his relatives. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hall. Mies Ottis Rider of Memphis spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rider. The Rev. W. W. Peterson of Dyess with his co-workers, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hodge of Lepanto. had charge of the youth activities week at whitton Methodist Church. The DyesS-Whitton are you may arrive at your chosen spot minus many things that will make you comfortable, better groomed and more content. The best way to avoid that possibility is to make a list weeks in advance of your vacation, if possible. Carry it in your handbag or tack it up in your bedroom and jot down items whenever you think jof them. Make a list of categories such as "sports," "beach" or "mountains" (as the case may be), "evening wear," "bedtime," "car" (if you plan to motor), "beauty." Take each category on a head- to-toe basis. For car travel, for instance, you'd want a bandana or a brimmed hat, sun glasses, a light but comfortable suit or dress with jacket. In the beauty department you'll young people.enjoyed the sessions which took place each night from Sunday through Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood and son, Clifford, returned Sunday from YarbroHDClub Has Meeting In McGuire Home The Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. Gene McGuire last night. The meeting was opened with group singing and Mrs. McGuire had the eye opener which was a room she had redecorated. Miss Jo Alice McGuire gave the devotional followed by the roll call. Mrs. Dave Abbott. Home Ground Leader gave a talk on yards and setting out flowers. A social hour was held at the conclusion of the meeting and the hostess served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs have j Pontiac. Mich., where they spent received word that their daughter the past week with Mr. and Mrs. and husband, the Rev, and Mrs. W. F. Keel had arrived in Dallas, Texas for a five-week session of religious training at Southern Metho-! have their sons and families from John Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Wood. The Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Stone Number Nine HD Club Has Meeting The Number Nine Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. W. E. Bhoads Monday afternoon. Reports were given by the committee chairman and a baking demonstration was given. A social hour was held at the conclusion of the meeting and the hostess served refreshments. dist University. They will return to their home at Waldron, Ark., the middle of August, where the Rev. Mr. Keel is pastor of the Waldron circuit. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Summers have arrived from Hampshire, Texas, to make their home here. Merritt Crawford leaves this week end for Aiken. S. C., after a two week visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nichols visited their daughter, Mrs. Micky McArthur, and family Thursday. Their granddaughters, Myra and Starla Kay Me Arthur, accompanied them home. Myra is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Bennie McArthur. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holden and son, Frankie, of Memphis were Sunday guests in the H. H. Crawford home. Mrs. Coley Johnson returned from Pontiac, Mich., Wednesday where she has been with her daughter, Mrs. Billy Dent, Mr. Dent and new grandson. James William Dent, who was born July 5, While there she also visited Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Proffitt, another daughter. Miss Gail Matlock of Osceola spent the week end here as guest of Miss Neta Kimbrell. Miss Nina jean Peterson of Blytheville spent the week end here with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W.W. Peterson. Several from Dyess attended funeral services at Hampton Wednesday for Jjr. G. P. Hollingsworth. Miss Harilean Hall of West Mem- their guests this week. Mrs. Cornelia Mae Young returned Saturday from Camp Eunice Va., where she spent several days with husband, Pvt. John Young. Mrs. Tom Ward returned Saturday from Memphis Methodist Hospital and her condition is reported as improved. The women's Missionary Union met at the Dyess Baptist Church Thursday night with 12 members present. Mrs. Fred Dallas and Mrs. Vernon Butler were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Woods son,-Ronnie, of Memphis were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Holland and children spent Sunday at Nettleton, Ark., and attended Primitive Baptist Church services. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Burfield and children of Helena visited ther parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. • H. Burfield and the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Appling over the week end. Bobby and James McVey of Cabot, spent last week in the home of Arthel Holland. Billy King of Rockford, 111., is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Loyd Allen. The Rev. and Mrs. Griffin of Hot Springs visited friends in Dyess Sunday evening and preached at the Baptist Church Sunday night. Vernon Holland and son, Jerry spent Saturday with relatives at Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Carey of Whitton spent Sunday here with their daughter, Mrs. Clyde Richard, and children. want a little kit to carry in the glove compartment for quick brush- ups at roadside washstands. Equip a little plastic bag with a shaker of talc, soap, wash cloth, sachet, comb and brush. A light scent such as lavender in your toiletries shouldn't irritate the driver, and will give you a pleasant and refreshed lift each time you make use of them, B# sure to wrap such grooming aids as nail polish, nail implements, lipsticks' and perfumes in cotton batting or cleansing tissues and stuff them into shoes or slippers. Such things as sweaters are easily forgotten if you depart for your vacation resort on a hot day. But a warm sweater, and even a coat, will come in handy if the weather turns chilly. Then, too, don't be . afraid you'll jinx the weather by taking along your umbrella and raincoat. These are handy items to keep available in the car. taining rooms. Coming Events Thursday The Trinity Baptist YWA meets with Miss Patsy Henson at 7:30 p.m. Esther Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets at the home of Mrs. Earl Wilson at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. J. H. Smart is entertaining the Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Members of the Chillion Club meet with Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Friday Miss Pat Partlow entertaining with party for Miss Delia Shippen. Ladies Guest Day at the Country Club at 10:30 a. m., followed by a luncheon. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. in. 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