The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 6, 1952
Page 4
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TOVK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURfER Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4-161 Mrs. Dickson Honored at 80 The home of Mr. find Mrs, Walter Freeman was the swne of a j birthday party Sunday for Mrs. C. C. Dickson, who celebrated her 80th birthday. She Is Mrs. Freeman's mother. Other honored guesis urre Mrs. John Rorigers, Mvs. Dickson's -sister, and Mrs. Lawrence Barnhurt. of Manila, .who Is Mr. Freeman's mother. A buffet luncheon wa.s served to' approximately 30 persons. The table from which ihe guests were served was overlaid with a whit* linen tablecloth and was centered with a bouquet of red roses and foliage. Mrs. Freeman and Mrs. Fred Boyett, another daughter nf the honoree. presided at the table where traditional ire cream and birthday cake were served. Each honored guest was presented a corsage of red rosebuds, Mrs. Dickson has been a IJlythe- vllle resident more thnn 35 years. Miss Estes Is Honoree at Noble Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was the scene of a shower Sunday afternoon honoring Miss Bobbie Carolyn Estes, who Is the bride-elect of Harold Clayton Koonce. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs, JJmmie Sanders, Mrs. W. 13. Hammond, Mrs. Scott Alley/ Mrs. Joe T. Hughes and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. Mrs. T. H. Estes, mother of the bride-elect, nnci Mrs. E'Otis Konnce, mother of Mr, Koonce, were special guests. A white color scheme was carried out throughout the decoration and floral arrangement. Centering the table on which the wed ding gif ts were arranged was a bridal doll dressed In white. The refreshment table was overlaid with & white Ifnen cloth and was centered with a large bouquet of white peonies backed with swirls of greenery and illusion. Flanking the centerpiece on both sides were burning white tapers In a setting of foliage. A crystal punch bowl and Individual cakes were on each end of the table. Wearing a troiiMcau frock of niie green organza over green 'tafleUi, Miss Estes was presented a white corsage of carnations. Her place was marked with puffs of white satin. In the party games played during the afternoon, Mjfvs Melbn Hill, Mrs. I. M. McHafTey and MLw Elizabeth Lutes were prize winners. CHLEKKATES ETCiHTIETH VEAR—Mrs. C. C. Dickson (center) celebrated her 80th birthday Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Freeman, and Mr. Freeman. Thirty-five of those years have been spent in Blytheville. Mrs. Dirkson's sister, Mrs. John Rrxl- gcrs (left) and Mrs, Lawrence Barnhart, Mrs. Freeman's mother, were special guest.s at the celebration. Mississippi Southern Choir Will Appear Here on Wednesday Night Making their third annual appearance in Blytheville, Mississippi Southern College's Vesper Chnir and Slnfonietta mirier the direction of Prank Earl Marsh, Jr., will Rive a concert at a p.m. tomorrow In the auditorium of the First Baptist Church, The oratorio, "Hulh" by Onul, will he presented by the Gfi-voice choir and 12-picce siring symphony which provides accompaniment *Hnri Interlude*. The oratorio is built jn the scriptures of the story of Ruth in the Bible. The choir and slnfonletta have given 13 consecutive broadcasts over thfr Liberty network. They are being WSCS.Is Guest Of Mrs. Tarpley Mrs. Bailey Tarpley was hostess last night to the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church of Yarbro. Mrs. Elza Wheeler presented the devotional, and the concluding chapters of "Family, a Christian's Concern" were given bj' Mrs. w. D. Hammnnd and Mrs. Mike Webster. A brief business session followed the program. Mrs. Tarpley. whose house was decorated ivith spring arrangements of pink blossoms, served refreshments. Installation Is Held By Wesleyan Guild An Installation 'service was held, by the Wesleyan Service Guild of the. First Methodist Church yesterday with the Rev. Roy I. Bagley Instnlling, Mrs. W. W. Peek, president; Mrs, Mnry Hublcr, vice pi cilclcnt: Mrs. Frank Ashby, recording secretary; Mrs. Llston Neely. promotion secretary; and Mrs. Cal Gossett. treasurer, are the officers who will serve in the oomlng year. Mrs. Vance Henderson presented a devotional and a bListness session followed. The guild will have a bake sale May 17 at Arkansas-Missouri Power Company.. Mrs. Sally Hubler was a guest of the cjass. Mrs. w. w. Akinhead closed the meeting with n prayer. Mrs. Wilbur Wutil and Mrs. Joe Scruggs, who were hostesses, served a de.wrt course nnd Iced drinks. sponsored here by the First. Baptist Church Chancel Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Harold Davis and Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist. Mississippi. Arkansas, Tennessee and Alnhamn are states in which towns will he toured on this annual concert tour. Chancel Choir will serve supper at the church and members of Vesper Choir will be overnight guests in private homes. Soloists ore Miss Marie Martin. Miss Bonnie Fleming. Miss Joann Trieschman nnd Jack Davis. Miss Tricwhman, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trieschman of Blytheville. is a Junior and voice major at Mississippi Southern College. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harvey Tillman. Tomato Wayne Klght. city Mrs. A. B. Smith. Jr. and babv city. Alton DimaVxihr-clty Mrs. Charles-Adams. Black Oak Mrs. Paultce Alexander and baby Sieeie, Kl.vlhcvillc Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Ruth Campbell, city. Synthla Ann Love, city Gary Wayne Oxford, city Mr.=. R, L. Banister, city Sirs. Etta. Payne, city. Read Courier News Classified Ads. H!rKW«Cffi^^ IS NEW {*<>** UNDER THE SUN!.., C? AS SEEN IN VOGUE 4.95 Tax liu'l. It's the topic of ihe tropics . . , this wonderfully comfortable, lund-bMed, hand.>c-vn, hind-woven fonrw«i r ol ri 7.95 •I A to II \\1dili3 d ,„,, w . . . and no wonder- Their intydrcntncd Uribbc™ <olorv their lux u ,i ou , l.n,np. ,h«,r |,,h, cooing. durlWlily Jnd ,, sluhi , ; ,,, ^^ «n»rtc« »hoc.dol[»»-.wonh your money «„ buy ,odav! An,i - »i,h , mildiins hindbig, you've ih« tops in , rop i c ,I , nscm bl^ e*. SON s SHOES Rood Shoes & Hosiery Shop Our Windows- For What's New! •Crfftlc /<•» party <tn<i . Bits of News tly J-^emmaf emma Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A.. Cunnlniihnm returned S;mday nluht from Klnif- sion. Tenn. They M-ere accompanied home by Mrs. Cunningham's sister, Mrs. W. T. Morrow. Home (or the week end from Memphis was Don [lunch wlio was the ftitcst of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huey Bunch. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Drivs. who were, recently married In Little Rock »re now In thefr apartment at 317 Madison Ave, . SRt. Orlell InRram Is at home !o vlsll his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Insram. figl. Ingram has Jusl returned from a year's duty in Korea and will report lo Camp Chaffe.y for re-nssignment on June 1. Sgt. and Mrs. Mack R. Mathls Ami son. Glenn, left Saturday for Montgomery, Ala., (o make their home. He is stationed there. William J. Ryals, formerly officer in charpe of Veterans Administration Office in Blytheville has hrcn transferred to El Dorado, where he win hold the same position he held here. Miss Pearl Lee left .Saturday for Little Rock where she has been transferred to the Adjudication Division of Veteran Administration's regional office, Mrs . Hunter Sims and Mrs Charles Penn will he In Memphis tomorrow to attend the oper.i "Carmen. TUESDAY, MAY «,. 1952 Jiiily llolliday is a firm helievfr in makine mimiles.rmjnl. Above, sfie combines srripl siuii.vins M - Jt)i glass polishing, and from all appearances, she sreins lo be. enjoying herself immensely. She loves lo enlerlain, too, and while she w;ttts for her guests to arrive, she tries lo catch ii|i on her readinf tcenltr). Taking Ihe time lo rear! the daily paper ij not always possible for busy Judy Hollitlay. but she tins evolved a solution. If she, is sueile-iirushing her shoes, for instance, Miss llolliday places the paper within glancing distance (above), and in Iliis way she i» able to accomplish just twice as much. Coming Events AmniMcan l.rpinn Auxiliary meets nt 8 [),»i. nt the American Legion Hut to mnke plans Tor the Fifth District meeting lo be held in Lepanto. ^\'c(ln^S(IaT fll3'th^viilfi Garden Club ni<?e(.s at Woman's Club at 2:30 p.m. (or Mr. and Mrs. Dewoy Sheppard of i program on "Corsage Making." Rose land and Mrs. Mae Shopper! of 1 Dell Parent-Teachers Association HayU have returned from a visit | has rounci-up from 1-3 p.m. at the with Mr. and Mrs, R. O- Shepp<irr1 j Achocl for children who will begin of Paris, Ky. They Kentucky Derby, attended the [ school in the fall. Daughters of American Colonists Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Garner and [have 11 a.m. luncheon meeting at daughters. Gayle and La Jean, returned last night from San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. p. L. Husband, Mrs. Rus-sell Riales, Miss Frances Borven and Miss Jessie arite. have returned from the Krntiicky Derby. Noble hotel. Mrs. Marrln Nunn entertains Calvary Circles Meet in Homes Circle* of the Calvary Baptist Church met In the homes of members yesterday. Circle One met In the home of Mrs. Maxlne Adkison. who opened the meeting with prayer, after which Mrs, Henry McCane presided over the business session. Mrs. w. F. O'Neal presented the Bible study taken from the book of Romans. The meeting was clawed with sentence prayer. Mrs. R. E. Smothers wa.s hostess to Circle Two In her home yrster- riay for R business discussion and Bible study. Mrs. Tom Kpllirlc led the openlnp prayer and Mrs. Verncm Boyri led a round-table discussion of the Bible study from Romans. Mrs. Boyd then dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. R. y. oean entertained Circle five yesterday in her home with Mrs. Elmer Cockrin visiting. Mrs. Men'in Otllls led opening prayer and Mrs. T. C. Hopper was in charge of the business session. Mrs. Bill Hardin presented the Royal Service, program with Mrs. Roland David and Mrs. I,. D. Marr giving discussion on it. Mrs. dean presented a devotions! and Mrs. Hardin closed the meeting with prayer. Circle Six gathered in the home of Mrs. Roy Pruttt with Mrs. o. C. Garner and Mrs. E. E. Roland visiting. Mrs. Roland led In fin opening prayer and Mrs. Alt Jones presided over the business session. Mrs. Larry Ryrutn and Mrs. Boyd Town and Country Club. Mrs, Harold Nunn Is hostess lo CIB. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. C, A. Cunnincham. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains Club EiEth. Thursday Mrs. E. J. Cure entertains Mid- Week Club. Thursday Club has a meeting at the home of Mrs. R. F. Kirshner. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen Is hostess to Thursday Contract Club. LaNucve meets with Mrs. R. E. ireen. Mrs. Jane Carson Is hostess to Kibitzer. Friday La Finesse meets with Mrs W. M. Jontz. Past Matrons and Patrons have meeting at the Masonic Temple. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 2:30 p.m. installation service at Barney Crook home. Annual Saturday Mother's Day Luncheon will be held at the Rustic Inn r,t 12ISO p.m. lor Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. A meteor from outer space becomes a meteorite by surviving the friction of passage through the earth's atmosphere and reaching the ground. Tiddle gave the Bible study. Mrs Newt Short closed the meeting with prayer. Social hours were held after the meetings. Trinity Circles Meet In Homes of Members Trinity Baptist Church Circles met yesterday In the homes of its members. Mrs, Arah Speck was hastess yesterday to circle One with seven members and one visitor present. Mrs. Speck led in prayer to open the meeting. Miss Katherine Campbell taught the lesson and Mrs. R. W. Woolen prayed the closing j prayer. Circle Two met In the home of Mrs. E. T. Lovell with 10 members in- attendance. Mrs. Herman Adair led the opening prayer and Mrs. Joyce Crocker taught the lesson. Mrs. H. H. Burnett closed with meeting with a prayer. The Business Women's circle met with Mrs. John M. Browii, Jr., with one new member, Mrs. R. M. Koonce. Mrs. Joyce Crocker led the opening prayer and taught the lesson. The meeting was adjourned after sentence prayer. Social hours followed all meet- Ings. Wool can't stand sharp tempera- Drying In cold blasts of air or by ture changes. A plunge into hoi a hot stove shrinks and hardens water shrinks and mats the fibers. I the fabric. Burdette Scene Of Piano Recital Billy Lutes presented a piano recital at Burdetle last evening. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Lutes of South Highway 61, and a sophomore at Burdette High School. His.program Included three Bach Part Two Inventions, Nr>>. Eight, Four and Six: and the First Moment, of Haydn's Sonata in E minor and the First Movement of Mozart's Sonata in G major; two Chopin Preludes. Op. 28, Nos. 18 and 229; "Sfjquidllla" by Albcniz. Song from Sea Pieces by MacDowel!, and "Sabre Dance Boopie" arranged by Louis Busch, For encores he played his own arrangements of two popular numbers. "Blue Moon" and "Wheel of Fortune." Billy has played several times over radio station KOBE in Osceola as accompanist for the Young Sisters and as soloist on other special programs and Ls also active In other extra curricular work. He is a piano student of Mrs. Dalton Fowls ton of Blytheville. Open 6:30 p.m. — Show Starts at Dusk 2 Shows Every Night! TUES.-WED. 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