The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 30, 1954
Page 4
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?AGI FOIJE BLTTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COTmiEH ICEWg THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1954 Society News > llrtrv Sn<*ifctv Rriitor * Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Cotton Theme Used at Country Club for Party Ladies Guest Day was held at. the Country Club yesterday when a luncheon was held followed by bridge and canasta games. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. i and son. Bits of News f Gosneli WMU Has State Mission Program atChurch 1 The Women's Missionary Union I of Gosneli Baptist Church met at j », * • I the church last night. There were Mrs J. P. Friend and Mrs Qumcy j 16 me mbers present for the state Alexander are in Oxford, Miss., j mission program. where they are visiting Mrs. Friend's Mrs. Friend and p. E. Black, Mrs. Henry Hoyt of Leachville, -Mrs. S. E.. Tune, Mrs. Edgar Stacy of Dell, Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr.. Mrs. Murray Smart, Mrs. R, M. Logan and Mrs.. W. T. Rainwater, The Counirv Club was decorated in a cotton theme. The mantle in the ballroom was < Robert - E r^ banked, in golden magnolia leaves j ^jj^* an( j from which sprang cotixm and blooms which had been dyed rose and blue and sprinkled with, glitter. ' ' ' *• Rat-ion baskets holding similar arrangements were used on the tables on the dining porch. Prizes were -wrapped in gold paper and clusters of dyed cotton were placed on the tops of each. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. Frank Grigsby, high, Mrs. B. B. Goodman, second, and Mrs. Jerry Honda, bridgo. Ganasta^winners were Mrs. H. C Blankenship high., and Mrs. Black second high. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword . , and the devotional was given by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Noms j Mrs> Carlos Bevill and Mrs. Ra- and daughter. Miss "Reen Norris, j cnei Gean. will have as. their guest over . the j Those taking parts on the pro- weekend Marine Lt. and Mrs. Morris j gram were Mrs _ Dorothy Griffin, King Thompson of Cleveland, Miss.! Mr s. Virginia HemphUl, Mrs. Guy Lt. King has just returned from j Gean, Mrs. Mamie Moody, Mrs. an 18-month tour of duty in Korea \ p_ £_ Lucius. Mrs. L. T. Karnes, and Japan. Other week end guests i Mrs. Beulah Moody. Mrs. Claudine Shields, Mrs. Vina Wright and Mrs, j Gladys Jones. Jack Moody dismissed the group i of Mr, and Mrs.. Norris will be Mrs. King of Cleveland, Bill of Mem- New And Cute For Tots By Sue Burnett Three different-looking, dresses are "provided in this tot's pattern, — all monotone, puffed sleeves or none, or with top and skirt in contrast. Pattern No. 8136 is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, monotone, 1% yards of 45-inch. send 30c in address, size phis. Guests tomorrow for the Cot-1 with prayer. ton Picking festivities will be Hor- j ace Thompson, president of Arkansas A and M. College at Monticello, and Mrs. Thompson and Miss Ruth Massey of Osceola ,state regent of the Daughters of American Revolution. Miss Massey is among the guests who will participate in .the program for the Cotton Picking Contest. Mrs. C; W. Affllck is spending several weeks in Hartford, Conn., as the guest,of her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Hartigan, Mr. Hartigan and family. Mrs. Hank Dodd and Mrs. Wade Reeves, Jr., spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mrs. W.-.T. Barnett, Mrs.. M. T. Moon and Mrs. Paul Luster returned yesterday from Memphis where they were the guest of their sister, Mrs. Tom McGarrity. ... Mrs. Jim Roleson. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. E. B. Gee'left today for Hot Springs where they will participate in the State Bridge Tournament CPO and Mrs. T. W. Baxter announce the birth of a son, at Chickasawba Hospital Sept. 27. The baby has been named George Clark. Guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Welch this week end will be Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Brown of Little Rock. Miss Janice Bowles, who will ,be one of the entrants in the National Cotton Picking Beauty Revue tonight, will be the guest of-Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines and daughter, Bertha Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smothermon and son. Butch, were in Memphis yesterday they "attended the Mid- South Fair. Miss Jeanne Campbell and Jack Elliott, students at the University of''Mississippi, will be the week -nd guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs: Xussell Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scruggs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Book and family left yesterday • for Hobos, rj. j they will make their I Whitten Group Has Meeting JOINER—Members of the Whitten Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs, Harper Dates Monday night for their regular monthly 'meeting. Mrs. Frank Dean, Jr., had charge of the program and those assisting her were Mrs. Franklin Mooring, Mrs. J. T. Freels and Mrs. Gene Woodson. Mrs. .Frank Dean, Sr., dismissed the group with prayer and during { The first rush party of the sea- the business session plans were (son was held last night when mem- SORORITT OFFICERS — The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma. Phi officers are shown above at their first rush party of the season last night. Standing (left to .right) are Mrs. Charles Craig, Negro children Christmas party chairman; Mrs. Elmer Norman, social chairman; Mrs. Dan Rush Party Given by Sorority McCaskill, vice-president; and "Mrs. Harold Stockton, secretary. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Glenn McCbol, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jack Owen, president; and Mrs. .J. W. Shouse, Jr., treasurer. (Courier NeNws Photo) made for a harvest supper which will be held Oct. 14. Mrs. McGee, Ernest Fiagg Exchange Vows In. a ceremony performed yesterday in Hernando, Miss., Mrs' Imo-' gene McGee became the bride of Ernest Flagg. The couple exchanged vows in the home of Rev. Whitton, pastor of the Baptist Church in Heniando. Mrs. McGee -wore for her marriage a navy blue dress and black bers of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained their rushees with a Hawaiian Party. Rushees are 'Mrs. Harold Davis, Mrs. Harold Doyle. Miss Melba Pryor, Mrs. R. W, Graves, Mrs. Nick Powers and Miss Millie Ann Mallory. The entertaining rooms were decorated with large palm trees with ly colored streamers. Each guest was presented .with a. lei. In the games played during the evening, winners were Mrs. Harold Davis, Mrs. Frances Gammell, Mrs. Harold Stockton and Mrs. Bob Garrett. • ' Other guests of the group were Mrs., Ray Hall and Mrs. T. I. Seay. new sponsors of the group. At the conclusion of the games a salad course;, and iced drinks were a background of a beach and bright- ' served. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Voris Workman accessories. At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: ^^ Mrs. E. C. f Smith, city Mrs. Dorothy Tegethoff, city , . Mrs. Robert Walker and baby, city Jo Anne Gean. city For this pattern, COINS, your name, desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. The latest issue of Basic FASHION — 'fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulating and a complete guide in wardrobe planning for a new season. 25 cents per copy — send for it now. Coming Events Friday Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. W. Watson at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. W. Dolen is co-hostess. Chapter N, of PEO meets with Mrs. John Caudill at 2 p. m. LHE Club meets with Mrs. Harvey Dorris at 3 p. m. M.. where home. Mrs. Ira Jones, Jr., and son left ^esterday for their home in Fort Smith after -having spent the past everal days here with Mrs. Jones parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Don Day and fami- y of Milan, Tenn., will be the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. George vlcLeod. Miss Pat Parnell who will be an ntrant in the beauty • revue from ;he University of Arkansas-is the louseguest of Miss Joan Earls and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceci Earls. Misses Sally Trieschmann and Nita Rose Hall. Bob Childress. and Billy Gilbow students at the Tjniver sity of Arkansas will be the week end guests of their parents. Charles Ray Hall Bobbie Le Hill and Steve Hill students at Hen drix College will be the week end guests of their parents. Misses Betty Lee Garrott and Kaj Hindman students at Mississipp State College for Women will be the week end guests of their parents Joe Hughes returned last night NON-FATTENING! Sweetens Instantly ^.-. -**. ^—i — ^- VOfTFUlfW NO for Coff**, T*o, AH foods FASWHT PLANNING TO ATTEND THE COTTON BALL? Then Complete Your Party Ensemble With On* Of Our Beautiful CORSAGES Made From "Guaranteed Fresh" Carnations, Roses, Gardenias & Orchids. —Flowers For Any Occassion— Weddings, Funerals & Parties. The UNUSUAL In Planters, Potted Plants A Cut Flowers. Call "Blytheville's Ntwtst Busintti" Dollies Flowers "The House of Personalized Service" V UI So. {Division St. in th* Buildinf Formerly by Vickie'* Shop Owned tnd Operated By Don & DoHit Whitney PHONE 3-3005 — FREE DELIVERY from Chicago where he .went business. Joe Trieschmann W. P. Mah'on, Ed Evans and Lynn Brown are in Jonesboro today to attend a district life insurance meeting . Thirty-four Burdette Future Homemakers of America girls attended the Midsouth Fair at Memphis this week. Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. Middleton, Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Gunter and Mrs. W. B. Hobson, Burdette teacher, accompanied the girls on the trip. ... • Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Mrs. Mary Scrape, Mrs. P. F. Parker, Mrs. Lee Stiles and Mrs. J. G. Barnes were in Memphis yesterday to attend the Mid-South fair. Members of the Holland FFA and FHA chapters attended the Tri- State Fair at Memphis Monday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Long and Mrs. Chas. Kelley. Mrs. Witt Smith and Mrs. W. C. Webb of the Culbertson Homemakers Club attended the Pemiscbt County Extension Club Council meeting Thursday at Caruthersville at which plans were made for County Achievement Day to be held at Wardell Nov. 12. on Thg Women » s Society for Christian Service of the Methodist church met Wednesday. The meeting was opened by sentence prayers followed by a meditation. The program, "Because Jesus Cared," was led by Mrs. Homer A. Smith, president, with Mrs. L. Berry. Mrs. Theodore Kifer. Mrs. Gigeon Crews and Mrs. V. Workman giving discussions. During a business period, programs for the coming year were discussed and tentative plans for the Harvest Supper church Oct. 28 were outlined. A wiener-roast was planned for Oct. 6. The Town and Country Club met last week with Mrs. Donald Long. An evening of bridge was enjoyed with Mrs. Virgil Utley winning high score, Mrs. Joe Colemanj second, and Mrs. Arnold Moon, bridgo. Mrs. Long served refreshments. It was voted for the club fib meet on Wednesday afternoons for a while. Miss Mary Jo Hampton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., was one of the group of 1954 American -Legion Fair Queen entrants who were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Hutchison of Caruthersville aboard the motor cruiser, "Sans Souci," on an- outing on the Mississippi River. The outing was planned so the girls' might meet each other and become acquainted before participating in the events of the coming Pemiscot County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder in company with Mr. and Mrs. August Fredrich of Jackson, Mo., returned Friday from a trip through the Smoky Mountains. At Somsrville. j they visited Mr. and' Mrs. N. Stir- j zaker former Holland and Cooter music teachers and called on Mrs Geo. Bennett, wife of present music instructor, at their home in Pulaski, Tenn. Among the places the Special Sale at Fitxpatrick's Phone POpiar 2-2728 Today /*// Sitt 72x94 CJudkam HURON BAY Cotton . for Wear-ability Not e misprint — ocluaXy 4 fomoul. nofwwlly orivtr- fwd CHATHAM-Hwon *Of blonktti-4 to eo»«r tfa who!« family, ond ell i at l*» than th* pric* of 3, on pin-money crtdit ttmi. You'v* i**fl CHATHAM Huron toy btenken odwt»»d In Isodinfl You'»« odnw«J them in tn« better homci. You'll fe»«l in their mug warmth and luth colon when they grace own ho*"». AjW if you huffy youlf x»ve 17.00. SAVINGS for You Y«. you g*l all 4 of tKcw famotn CHATHAM blanket* — one of eoch luth color — Alpine Gteen, Mtdnight Hue, Wild tow aivtt Howolion Coral in the Huron fey TONC ON TO* pMten *» Mnie fiMcy lofi, IMfy bordered 4n>4n you h*ve •4m 10% —t*l (or ««tre warmth —25% rayon far lefflJW trrenfrn and retittonce to .hnokofe ond 65% loundry -tori Tailored wltti th)m- mtff 4 l*dl i*tm bmd'Ofl and bi| enoufh, 77 * *4 tachot. *» fwk In. Oder yew t bteneMi today. COME IN-TEUPHONE FITZPATRICK JEWELERS TODAY POpiar 2-2723 Fitipatrick Jewel era BlytbeviHt, Ark. day and Sunday *t Kennett with her daughter, .Mrs. Paul Casey, and family. • Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., were in Portageville, Sunday, to visit Mr. Ed Hampton, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Milligan of Ben ton, Mo., were visitors in the home of Mrs. L.' Milligan and at the Church. of Christ Sunday. Mrs. Joe Lester and Mrs.' Clara McCrary spent Tuesday in Marion, HI.,- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Samford and Mrs. Joe Max Shelton, who is there recuperating from a recent operation. Airman " Glenwood Taylor, who Memphis this week attending the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Finis Holmes and children of Marion, visited group visited were Siiioicxh Park, Lookout Mountain, the Hermitage, Field of the Wood, and the Cherokee Fair. Mrs. Noble Capehart went to Memphis Monday for an eye treatment and remained in the Eye, Nose and Throat hospital for several days before further treatment. Homer A. Smith and son, Bobby. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Capehart and other relatives last weekend. Mrs. Onedaf Smith of Blytheville, was a visitor in the home of Mr; and Mrs. Lester Wilferd and Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal Smith and families Saturday- and Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Holly returned from St. Louis Saturday after having been' with her husband the past week. Mr. Holly's condition is improved. but he will remain in Barnes Hospital for another week. Mrs. Freddie Collins and son, Johnny, are spending this week in Springfield, Mo., visiting Mrs. Collins' brother. Word has been received from Miss Maggie Harber, in Augusta, Ga., that she has bought an apartment house and has moved in after having some changes made. Mrs. G. C.' Wilson spent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. jimmy Capehart were in Memphis Monday, Mrs. Capehart going down for a, medical checkup. Mrs. W. E. Kennedy is in Blytheville Hospital. Her daughter, Stella, is with her. Mrs. O. B. Samford is spending. two weeks in Chicago visiting her sister. Mrs. Lela Mae Sanford. . Mrs. Gertie Ladd is visiting in returned from Little Rock Monday after taking Mr. Smith's father' of Luxor a to a hospital there last Friday. Mr. Smith's father i§ in .a .serious, condition with a broken hlpi and pneumonia. is stationed at Big Springs, Tex., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs! Perry Taylor, -last week. He returned to Texas Sunday, taking with him , his wife and children who had been visiting Mrs. Clara McCrary for the last three weeks. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Board Stivers' were Mrs. Wm. Moulten and baby, and Mr. and. Mrs. E. Kammer of St. Louis. Callers in the home of Mrs. Clara McCrary, Sunday, were Mrs. Pearl McCrary and daugiitar, Mattie, Mrs. Walden McCrary, and Mrs. Buddy McCrary, all of Hayti. Mrs. B. . I. Edwards, accomp** nied by her daughter and grandson, Mrs. Wm. Ericson, and Bill, arrived Tuesday from Miami, Fla. Mrs. Edwards has been in Miami since August visiting her daughter and family. Mrs. Ericson will visit her mother, and Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Crews and other- relatives and' friends while here. Her;-husband will arrive. Sunday to be here next week, after which the family will return to Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berry were in Memphis Saturday, taking their son, Kenneth L., Jr., to see Roy Rogers and his show. Staff Sgt rived home Charles Parrish last week after year's service at Pusan, Korea. He came to San Francisco by plane and on home by train. After a 30-day furlough he .will be stationed at San Antonio, Texas. Attention! I have just received a new shipment of FALL WOOLENS from Greenfield Mills. Also Shoulder Pads, Lining In all colors and buttons. Phone 3-4209 Howard's Cloth Shop *& mile from city limit* North Franklin Road Open 9 Til' 6 WITH '*HtGH C" Black Suede FRENCH LINE Black Suede favorites of the harem for a twosome by the fire for tlie hostess who takes her entertaining lightly, these glamorous nude styles have an air of pampered luxury. "WHISPER" Black Suede with Gun Metal Trim FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. MQin^^^aPhor* 2-2342

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