The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOU» BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY W, 1950 Jane Shelton, Iton, Society Editor § Phone 4461 17 lh Birthday Is Observed at Party The nth birthday of Peggy Allison was observed last night with a surprise parly at the Allison home on Cherry, porter Miller and Mrs. Relia Priest, teachers of the Intermediates of Calvary Baptist Churchi were host and hostess to the 17 members and one guest attending the event. Barbara York was the Intermediate's e«est. The lawn of the home was the setting for the event where the evening was spent in party games. The honoree was presented gifts from the group after which watermelon and Iced drinks were served. Special guests were J. D. Via, grandfather of the guest of honor and Mrs. James Robert O'Banon and family, sister of the honoree. Teen-Agers Attend Party Feting Houseguest Twelve members of the teen age set were invited to the home of Mrs. Sally Hubler yesterday morn- Ing to attend an Informal party honoring Mrs. Hubler's niece. Rita Bcrnero of Memphis. Mrs. Hubler and Miss Mary Hubler were hostesses to the group. Assorted hued summer blossoms were set In the reception and entertaining rooms, where the group spent the morning informally. Throughout the affair, assorted party 'foods and iced drinks were served. • * • Guest, Bridge' Club Meets Ai Terr)' Home Mrs. Harmon Taylor, was guest yesterday afternoon with, the Tri- Town Club, when Mrs. James Terry Invited the club and guest to her home on walnut for the weekly dessert bridge. Mixed arrangements of summer blossoms were placed about the en-- tertalnlng room and large porch of the home. Mrs. Garrard Caudill won high »core In the bridge game, with second high prize going to Mrs, James O. Ouftrd. • * •. Club Is Hostess At Layette Shower Member« of the THE-Club were hosttMM yesterday afternoon at the Herman Turner home with a layette ahower In compliment to a club member, Mrs. Jinks Scrape. Th« 25 guests who attended the pink- and blue affair were ^seated In the' entertaining rooms of the . horn*,- 'which were bedecked with bowls of shaded gladioli and zinnias. The afternoon was spent Informally after which Mrs. Scrape was showered with miscellaneous layette articles. A salad plate with Iced drlnlu wis served by the hostesses. Mrs. Horace Scrape of Memphis " T«s an out of town guest. • • • Canasta Party Given For Monthly Social The monthly social meeting of Ipsllon Sigma Alpha sorority was held last night at the Eddie B. Da- Tld home. Misses Myrtle Sexton CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY —Mr. and Mrs. William H, Southard, of Dinuba, Calif., formerly of Blytheville. celebrated their 25th redding anniversary recently at their home in Dinuba. Bits of News Meetings Held By Church Women An executive board and circle meeting preceded the meeting of the Women ol the Presbyterian Church Monday afternoon &t the church. After the brief board meeting and meeting of Circles One, Two and Three, Mrs. C. M. Gray presided over the general meeting. Mrs. Gray conducted the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. G. W. Dillnhunt-y. Mrs. Roy Walton opened the meeting of the 22 members with prayer after which the program, "Christianity at Work" was given by Mrs. D. C. McLean. Mrs. R. L. Johnson and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire were hostesses for the social hour. Mrs. Nierstheimer Heads Auxiliary Mrs. Nierstheimer was elected to head the 1950-51 session of the American Legion Auxiliary, last night at. the bi-monthly meeting at the Hut. Mrs. Jess Russell, retiring pres-. Ident/ presided over the ''meeting, which was opened with advancing ol the colors by Mrs. Garland Moody, sergeant at arms, followed by the group's pledge to the flag and repeating of the Preamble. Mrs. Ben Clunc, chaplain, led In prayer after which Doris Stone and Mona G nines reported oil Girls' State aty Little Rock which they attended recently, under the spqn- sorship of the Auxiliary. ---T Other officers elected to serve forthe coming year were, secretary, Mrs. Inez Gentry: treasurer. Mrs. Paul Mahon; first vice-president. Mrs. Garland Moody; second vice- president, Mrs. Marvin Lane; chaplain, Mrs. M. A. Midrtleton; historian, Mrs. Ed Rice: sergeant at arms. Mrs. Bclvln Cooper. The meeting was closed with the retiring of the colors. Mrs. 13. G. Gill and daughter, Mtos Joyce GIN, Mrs. Ed Hardln, and Mrs. Ira Ray Gill left Monday for a two weeks vacation to Niagra Falls, Canada and other points of interest, While in the northern .section they will attend the Haptlst World Alliance in Cleveland, O. They will return by way of Raleigh. N. C., where MLss Gill will .serve as an attendant in the wedding of a former cla.ssmate. MLss Virginia Swearen^en arrived home Sunday from the University of Arkansas, Fnyebtevlllc. Mi%s Swearengen has 1 completed her college work and will return to school in January to receive a B. S. degree. Em ad el Swearengen and Herbert N, Swearengen, Jr., motored to school to accompany Miss Swearengen home. Mrs. A. L. Gray and children, Todd and Janet, of Pulton Mo., | nre the housegue.sLs of Mrs. Gray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ramey for ten days, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Halnes left yesterday for Hickory, N. C., where they will visit as guests of Mrs. Halnes's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shu ford. While there Mr. Haincs will visit in Salisbury und Chapel Hill. J. w. Shouse was In Memphis yesterday, where he underwent a checkup. Condition or Mrs. M. Fitzsim- mon.s, who has been ill, ta reported as much improved. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bush and son. 1 !, Allen and Condon, have returned Irom a. two weeks visit In Knoxvllle, Athens, Clinton and Dnndridge, Tenti Mrs. J. T. Lamb of West Memphis was the Tuesday guest of her daughter. Mr.s. Jack Flnlcy Robinson and Mr. Robinson. Miss Bess Lamb of West Memphis, sister ol Mrs. Robinson, remained for several days visit. Rita Bernero of Memphis Is the houscguest of her aunt, Mrs. Sally Hubler nnd Ml.w Mary Hubler. Mra. J. P. Friend and son, R. A. have returned from Lufkln. Tex.. where they spent leu days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T*red Owens of Flint, Mich., are the houseguests of Mr, nnd Mrs. George Clark. Mr. and Mrs.v E. M,- Terry, Jr., returned yesterday from Elinor village at Daytona Beach, Fla., where they vacationed for ten days. Dr. George W. Richardson and Harry Fritzius Wins Scholarship To Art Academy Harry Frilzlus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Fritzius of Blylhevllle, has been announced as winner of a scholarship to the Memphis Academy of Art for 1950-51. Mr. Fritzius, »-ho was a member of the 1951 Blytheville hie" school graduating class, w:is outstanding in music and srt circles. He was a featured soloist with the glee club and served as art editor of the "Chlcknsaw." a high school publication. He is the winner of a Golden Achievement presented by Scholastic maga/ine and has had art work exhibited in M. M. Conn in Little Rock and the Carnegie Institute in Pensylvania. He was a member of the Mask and Gavel and Quill and Scroll and was selected as student meaning most to B.H.S. in 1950. flc Is past president of the Red Razno Club. He is also holder o (scholarships [or the 1950-51 session at Mississippi Southern College and Ilendrlx College. Mr. Frll/.ius will begin his work at the Memphis Academy Sept. 12. Kentucky HD Club Arrives for Visit Renewing old acquaintances we< members of the Sunnyslde Home Demonstration C'um ol Maytleld, Ky., who arrived today to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young. There are 35 members and husbands In the group. The club, which Is on the yearly outing, voted to charter a bus. to Blytheville for a day of visiting with the former member, Mrs. Henry Young and Mr. Young. The day will be spent Informally In visiting and renewing memories at the Young home on North Franklin. Mr. andMrs. Young, who 'for many years made their home at Blytheville, returned to Blytheville several months ago from May-field to re-establish their home. TWO TO SIX M Linda Jaggers Places in Contest Linda Jagijers. seven year old laughter ol Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jaggers of Blytheville, wns second ilace winner at the Anmleur Congest, conducted last night at the Gem Theatre tn Osceola. Linda, who was accompanied at the piano by her mother. Mrs. Jng- ?ers, sang, "Dark Town Strutter's Ball." Jimmy Jaggers, slv, also sang a popular song and was presented complimentary theatre tickets. Winners ol first and second place prizes of JS.OO and $2.50, were selected by' the applause of the audience. The young pair recently appeared on the Kiddie Hour from the Osceola radio station and were awarded prizes. Burmese Knuckle Down RANGOON —< : H r i— There's money to be picked up from off the city's streets If one is a straight shooter—of marbles. Marble-shoot ing is the newest daytime fad to hit cosmopolitan Rangoon. H was Introduced b y bored chauffeurs while awaiting the clock to show the home-going hour. And everybody's doing it now. The law forbids gambling on the street, but the police don't interfere with the players. They're shooting marbles too. Fourteen Attend WMU Bible Study Fourteen members of the Armorel WMU met Monday afternoon at the N. C. Patterson home for Bible study. Mrs. R. H, Rebstock opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. Ira Dixon directed the study lesson In which all members participated. Mrs. Henry Berry presided over a business session after which she adjourned the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Patterson served party foods and iced drinks following the adjournment.. Maltese Still Displaced FAMAGUEJTA, Cypress —(/O— Four bundled displaced person with no new homeland over the horizon today inhabit one ,of the internationally - publicized Cypres. camps where Britain once held Illegal Jewish Immigrants to Palestine They are British subjects, descendants of Maltese. Before the wa they had lived for generations in Greece and Turkey. Few spok English. But because the Maltese had British passports they were evacuated when war began. For years the 4M have been mov ing from one DP camp to anothc: —first in India, later to Eritrea now to this Mediterranean island Most are elderly. Only 100 are con sidered employable. They complai they want to return to Greece an Turkey—but those countries do no want them, Britain is caring fo them here. Mrs. C. L. Evans Teaches Lesson Mrs. C. L. Evans taught the first lesson from the Mission study book of the YWA group of the First Baptist Church, at the weekly meeting. Monday night. Miss Bernlce Overman was hostess to the eight memhers tunl one guest. Mrs. Evans. Miss Lounell Overman gave the devotional after which Mrs. Evnns directed the Icwion. The meeting was adjourned with nrayer followed by a social honrj : during which Miss Overman served I refreshments. as guest of her daughter, Buccl, Mr. Bucci and son. At The Hospitals Blytlicvllle 1 _s[ill.il Dismissed: Mrs. James Purncll and baby. Sikeston. Wall* .Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jerry Byars and baby, Wilson. Mrs. James Mcdtord and City. babv family of coldwater, Mich., left yesterday for their home after a week's visit with Dr. Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Richardson of Yarbro and other relatives. Mrs. Horace Scrape of Memphis Is visiting Blytheville relatives for •several days. - . Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cherry will return today from Milan. Tenn.. where they have been honseguests or Mr. Cherry's brother, Raymond Cherry and family. Miss Adelle Cherry will leave tomorrow for Memphis where she will spent! several days. Mrs. Blanche Somers relumed home Monday from Providence, R. I., where she had spent several months Mrs. A Stephen Francis. Bill Eldrldge of Little Rock was the weekend guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and sister, Jane. Peggy Allison will leave this weekend for a week's visit In St. Louis with relatives and friends. Mrs. Envin Mitchell and children of Southlngton, Conn., who are here for an extended visit as guests of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, have returned from Covlngton. Tenn.. where they were the guests of relatives. Condition of Mrs. Raymond Cobble of Uogeraville, Tenn., who underwent a major operation recently at Hotston Valley Community Hospital at Ktngsport ,Is reported satisfactory. Mrs. Coble Ls the former Miss Ernestine Smith, daughter of Mrs. G. W. Smith of Blytheville. Mrs. Wagner Adams and daughter, Linda left this morning for Brownsville, Tenn., where they went especially to he with Mrs. Adams' mother. Mrs. Dora Ixnvry, who will undergo surgery In the morning at Welch's Clinic in Brownsville. Mrs. G. C. Sayre of Durund, 2-6 Sue Burnett Destined to be her favorite dress Is this adorable little collared style that Is trimme'd with a trio of gay buttons on each shoulder and at the waistline. Ideal sewing for the beginner. Pattern No. 8625 Is a seiv-ritc perforated pattern In sizes 2. 3, 4, 1 and 6 years. Size 3, l:i yards of 35 or 39-inch; 14 yard contrast. For this pattern, send 25 cents. In COINS, your name, address, size desired »nd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 430 South WelU Street. Chicago 7. Don't miss the latest Issue of FASHION—Just off the press! This Fall and Winter catalog Is planned to guide .you smoothly In sewing .smart, wearable fall clothes. Free !>*tlcni printed Insid* the book. 25 cents. and France.s Jones were hosto.wes tor the canasta party. Smnll tables were set up on the patio of the home for the evening's yamcs. Summer flowers in the sorority colors, blue and gold, ore- dominated throughout the decorations. Bowls of gardenias were set about the entertaining rooms. High score in the game was presented Mrs. Ray Swiney, with Miss Butonne Jaggers winning low score prize. Following the game, the hostesses served assorted party foods with iced drinks. Two Join Calvary Church Circle Mr.s C. S. Birmingham and Mrs. Burly Alford met a-i new members of Circle Three of Calvary Baptist Church last night at the Haskell Graham home. The six old members and two new members met for a Bible study, directed by Mrs. Janic [loss. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove opened the meeting with prayer after which she presided over a business session. Mrs. Graham .ierved refreshments. Listen to Kl.CN mt 10:1* «.m and 4:00 p.m. Daily for oar program announcement!. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts '1:00 p.m. Continuous Slmwmj Everyday Wednesday & Thursday Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Ma. Jerry Farmer will be guest f honor at a bridal shower at tire E. England home at 8 p.m. Mrs. Edgar Cain and Mrs. Earl Stover' re hostesses. Pathfinders Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church leets at Walker Park at 7 p.m. for tcnlc. C. and N. Birthday club meets t the home of Mrs. Marvin Lane t 7 p.m. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs jtoige Saliba, Jr. Friday Mrs. Cecil Priest hostess to Luckv Rook club. Mrs. Iverson Morris and Mrs. Au- irey Bruce entertaining Plat Late Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Lendennie Fowler entertain- ng CBC Club. Mrs. J.J. Cookston and Mr. and .Irs. Gus Ebcrdt entertaining past Matrons and Patrons Club and Eastern Stars with potluck supper at the Shrine Club at 7-301 p.m. Ladles Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meets at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ed Haidln Miss Sally Hubler and Mrs. J. Q Sudbury, co-hostesses. Poles and Israelis Plan New Trade Pact JERUSALEM —<fl>)_ Poland and Israel are expected to sign t new trade pact before next December 1 Both countries recently extended an existing agreement to th&t etete. Israel now U getting import* «f cement, wood, Iron and other Industrial and building nuteriita from Poland. The Iiraelis are exporting citrus fruits, dental iup- plles and''special chemical* to tb» Poles. DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL: Any ordinary houM treated for termitM - We don't have to practice or experiment M foot jo!>— we have had 12 years of experience AH our work is done according to regulations, our work ia licensed by the Arkansas Stal* Pianl Board. 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