The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1955 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 19BB - Society News - ~ A_. Mollni-v S/viotv F.dirnr * Phone Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor 3-4461 BRIDGE WINNERS — Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen (left) and Mrs. P. E. Black are pictured holding the trophies which they won in the City Championship Bridge Tournament, They were first place winners capturing the title from Mrs. P. 0. Foster, Jr., and O. O. Hardaway. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. McCutchen, Mrs. Black Win City Championship Tournament Winners of the City Championship Bridge Tournament are Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. F. E. Black who wrapped a score of 250-1/2 points. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines took second place in the tournament with 245 points. Mrs. Foy Etahieson, Mrs. George Wiggs. Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins tied for third place honors with 242 points. Permanent prizes were awarded in this tournament along with the traveling trophy. A dinner and a cocktail preceded last night's session. First Meeting of School Year Conducted by Burdette PTA Burdette Parent-Teacher meeting of the year yesterday. Mrs. Conway Duncan gave the devotional on "Needs of Our Children." Mrs. Tom CalUs Introduced superintendent L. H. Autry who In turn Introduced the faculty members. Group singing was directed by Mrs. Hilton Stephenson with Mrs. Lem Stanford serving as pianist. A question and answer forum was held with Mrs. Callis as moderator and Mrs. James Permenter, Mrs. D. C. Eubanks, Mrs. Brad Shearin, Mrs. Preston Ooff, Mrs. Clayton Holder. Mrs. Walter Lutes and Mrs. Paul Long as panel members. The forum dealt with the meaning of the PTA, its policies and objects and also the duties of officers and committee chairmen. Ill the executive board meeting preceding the general meeting a Association met for the first project committee composed of Mrs. Autry, Mrs. Eubanks, Mrs. Harry Lutes and Mrs. Goff, was elected. Mrs. Callis was winner of the door prize which was presented by Mrs. Jim Henry Burks, hospitality chairman. Room count went to Mrs. Epperson's second grade and Mr. Autry's 12th grade. Refreshments of cake and punch were served in the newly decorated home economics building by Mrs. Shearing, Mrs. Walter Lutes, Mrs. R. D. Nash, Mrs. J. E. Guther and Mrs. Eubanks in the social hour. If you wash your hair at night, don't go to bed with it sopping wet. It will lose its luster very quickly this way. Mrs. G. B. Hargrove and Mrs. Luther Lemond of Trenton, Tenn., spent several days here this week. Mrs. Hargrove was a business visitor and Mrs. Lemond visited her daughter, Mrs. Ben Harpole, and family. DeWayne Lee Tinker is a patient in Walls Hospital. He is in Room' 208. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Elkins and children of Little Rock will spend next week here visiting his mother, Mrs. O. O. Elkins, Sr. Mrs. Billy Meharg entered Memphis Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital today to undergo surgery. Farewell Party Given for Mrs. Johnston Mrs. Chester Johnston, who with her family is moving to Carbondale 111., was honored with a. farewell party this week. Hostesses were Mrs. Elmer Norman and Mrs. Walter Anders. Mrs. Johnston 1 mother, Mrs. Guy Norrid of Holland, was a special guest. Giant yellaw chrysanthemums were used for floral decorations in the home and also to form the center piece for the table from which cake and fruit were served. . A lace cloth overlaid the table. The hostesses, Mrs. John Petty and Mrs. W. D. Cobb, used cotton as their theme for decorations. A stalk of cotton formed the centerpiece for the head table with min- iatute bales of cotton being placed the length of the T-shape tables. Stalks of cotton were also used on the walls of the Pine Room at Hotel Noble. Mr. Foster spoke on this year's contest and also gave a history of the contest. He presented films on last year's beauty pageant, .parade, cotton ball and picking contest. In the business session conducted by Mrs. Jerry Hord, president, to sponsor a float in the contest parade this year. Mrs. Cobb, Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mrs. Hord, Mrs. Joe Goodman and Mrs. John Prather were selected as the committee to be in charge of the float. In other business, reports were given by Mrs. Norm Griffing, sunshine chairman, and Mrs. Preston Franks, welfare chairman. Other guests of the club were Mrs. W. J. Cupples and Mrs. Maurice Sales. The door prize was won by Mrs. Jim Seitz of Osceola. Following the luncheon the remainder of the afternoon was spent Training Union Class Has Chicken Dinner Teamsters Training Union Class of First Baptist Church was entertained last night with a chicken dinner at the church. Twenty-two members and two guests, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nicholson, were present. The dinner was served from long tables decorated. with bouquets oi mixed fall flowers. Leon Jones gave the invocation. Mrs. Lloyd Owens was in charge of the games in the social hour. General chairman for the affair was Mrs. Bill Banister with Mrs. Randal Hawks and Mrs. Wayne Moore &s co-chairmen. Miss Apperson Guest of Deborah Class Miss Fannie Apperson of Birmingham, Ala., was guest last night when Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Bob Barnes. , Mrs. W. M. LaFerney presided over the business session which was opened with prayer by Mrs. O .H- Red ford. The devotional was gven by Mrs. W. M. Berryman and Mrs. Leslie Moore presented films on her trip to the Lake of the Ozarks. Mrs. Alvin Huffman dismissed the group. EASY BOOKKEEPING When you start to compute your income tax, think how much more convenient it would be if you had all your receipts and disbursements neatly i-temized on your First National Statements. Uncle Sam is easy to convince if you have cancelled checks to back up your claims for deductions. Be smart: Let your First National Bank keep your hooks for you. Open a Checking Account — NOW! ATTENTION FARMERS, GINNERS and COTTON BUYERS, during your rush season coming up be sure to take advantage of our DRIVE- IN window facilities. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Blytheville, Ark. Only National Bank In Miuiitippi County— Member F. D. I. C. P. D. Foster Is Guest Speaker At Corps of Engineers Club P. D. Foster, general chairman for the National Cotton Picking Contest, was guest speaker yesterday at the meeting of the Corps of Engineers Woman's Club. Mrs. Briley Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Max Briley was honored last night with a layette shower at the home of Mrs. L. B. Gllbow. Following the party games played, refreshments gf cake and fruit punch were served. The hostess was assisted in serving by Mrs. Johnny Brett, Mrs. Ruby Briley and Mrs. Elizabeth Sellers. Mrs. Barnes Guest of Emanon Club Mrs. Utho Barnes was guest last night when Emanon Club was entertained with a dessert-bridge by Mrs. Wallace Smith. Shades of gold and bronze fall flowers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the Smith home. Bridge winners were Mrs. Barnes high, Mrs. Ed Townsend, second high, and Mrs. John Perkins, Jr., bridge. Wiener Roast Given for Busy-Bee Class A Weiner roast was given last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schultz (or the Busy-Bee Class of Gosnell Baptist Church. Thirty-two members were present. L. V. Bolin, Charles Tankersley and Rayon Ledbetter were in charge of the games played during the evening. If you prefer cooked cabbage, remove the wilted outside leaves or blemished portions. Wash it carefully and cut it in wedges or shred it. Cabbage creamed or seasoned with butter or margarine is easy to prepare and is easy on the budget. Jimmie has the NEW GE CUANER ways ready for action— • STORES EASILY « ROUSSASHY • CUANS EASILY Jimmie Edwards Furniture Co. 301 E. Main I'h. 2-2489 in playing bridge. Mrs. Herb Rhode and Mrs. Prather were high score winners at the two tables. Mrs. Rhode also won bridge. Chillion Club . ' Conducts Game In Elkins Home . Chillion Club met at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elkins, Sr., yesterday with Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Paul Byrum as guests. Mrs. E. R. Jackson won high in the games, Mrs. Mike Meroney, second, and Mrs. Mary Hatfield, third. Mrs. Byrum won guest high. *The hostess served a. dessert course and used fall flowers for 'decorations. Always In Style 8300 8301 3-8 yn. By Sue Burnett Mother-Daughter frocks are so popular, fun to sew and wear. 8300 is in sizes 11,, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Size 12, with sleeves, 4 518 yards of 35-inch. For these patterns, send 35c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, . sizes .desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to ' Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Send 25 cents now for your copy of the new Fall & Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for ail ages. ''Honor Thy Father And Thy Mother" If you have not already done so, speak your evetlast- __^___ ing love for those who did so much for you. Do it in a cemetery that allows you the priceless'privilege of erecting t beautiful anil distinctive monument As the years go by you will realize that nothing keeps memories more beautifully alive than a tribute spoken in words of imperishable granite or marble. For valuable advice oa how to ease the burdens of a family bereavement, write for a free copy of "Planning Now for Tomorrow." fmr sontul carnal mii t inir price on < momimeitt correctly JeiigneJ \rorn itmJil) mttTlfl, rely'oit • Monummt Daltr wht iuplfys this tmklm. Op«n Sunday Afternoon Jno. C. McHoney and Sons "Your Monument Men" So. Hljwn)' 61 Phone Z-Z001 Dorcas Circle Has Meeting Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at the church yesterday afternoon. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. Porter with Mrs. Dorothy Francis teaching the lesson. Mrs. Benefield dismissed the group. Cotillion Club Hosts Are Announced Hosts for the Cotillion Club dance at Hotel Noble tomorrow night at 9 p.m. are announced today. They are Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mr, and Mrs. Blan Heath,, Mr, and Mrs. Russell C. Parr, Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Fowler, Steele Mrs. Jesse Edwards, Steele * Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. H. Rhea, Cooter Mrs/ Genevieve Starnes, city Miss Frances England, city Mrs. Paul Powers, Cooter Walls Hospital Dismissed: Miss Virginia Collard, Rt. 1, city Mrs. Lincoln Keeling and baby, city The bun cap that bloomed In Paris a year ago is everywhere now. .It's a tiny thing that goes over a chignon. Now the shorthaired lasses want them, too, so the makers have obliged with bun caps with combs to hold them on. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Cotillion Club meets at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. MONDAY WMU of First Baptist Church having 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon followed by a mission program at 2 p.m. Charity Group of First Christian Church meeting with Mrs. Tanna Freeman, 8 p.m. Afternoon Unit of Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting with Mrs. Paul M. Wilson, 316 E. Missouri, 2 p.m. , General meeting of Women of the Presbyterian Church at the church, 2 p.m. TUESDAY Junior High PTA executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Robert McGraw. Country Club Bridge League meeting. WEDNESDAY Central PTA executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Felix Carney. Duplicate Bridge LeafiM inert. ing. You may find that beciuw of their nonabsorbing qualities, synthetics seem to pick up odor* faster than natural fibers. 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