The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1954 · Page 4
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PAGE TOUK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1954 - Society News - « Ann MatlMt-v SfirlfitV Kditor • Phnr Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Country Club Plans First Party of Season The Country Club will have It: first affair of the Pall season foi all adult members Thursday nigh at 8 p.m. when the Ladies of thi Club will entertain with a party. To be complimented are mem bers, living out side Blythevllle and those who have r,ecome mem bers since June 1. when preseni officers of the hostess group were elected. With informality to be the key note of the entertainment, there will be music by Willie Bloom o Osceola for dancing and other at' tractions, including carnival games. Mrs. W. L. Horner, genera] chairman, is being assisted by a committee including: Decorations, Mrs. Jack Cundra, Mrs. E. P. Still and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson: Refreshments. Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims; Games, Mrs. E. A. Stacy. Harry W. Haines, Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr.. Mrs. John Ed Regenold and Louis Lynch: Telephone, Mrs. J. E. Dicks, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. J. Neal Gesell, Mrs. Jack Webb, Mrs. L. G. Nash, Mrs. J. S. Manley, Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. G. G. Caudlll. J. T. Sudbury will serve as master of ceremonies. Officers of the Country Club anc the Ladles group, with their wives and husbands, make up the reception committee. They are, George Hubbard Jr., president; Gene Butler of Osceola, vice president: E. B. Thomas, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, president; Mrs. Dale S. Eriggs, vice- president; Mrs. P. D. Poster Jr., secretary and treasurer. There's Magic In Jumpers 8185 By Sue Burnett Wonderful way to stretch n girl's Model Meeting Of Sorority Held At Darby Home A model meeting 'of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held last night at the home of Mrs, Perry Darby. Mrs. Glen McCool was co-hostess. Mrs. Jack Owen presided over the business session and the meet- ins was opened with the group repeating the opening ritual. Mrs. Roland Bishop was ih charge of the program and those participating were Mrs. Roy Kirk- Bits of News il/u t sey, Mrs. Ernest McKenzle and Mrs. Harold Stockton. Mrs. Alex Shelby reviewed the program manual on "Happiness." Guests of the group were Mrs. Ray Hall, director. Mrs. T. I. Seay, sponsor and Mrs. Julius Janet, Miss Melba ITyo;, Mrs. Harold Davis, Mrs. Bob Blaylock, Mr.s. Nick Powell, Mrs. Harold Doyle and Miss Millie Ann rushces. Mr. and Mis. Bob Warren left this morning for Ctinnth, Miss., where they we're calk-d dm- to the serious Illness of Mrs. Warren's father John McCiiiU-T. Roiiuld l'»ul Darby Is a patient in Campbell's Clinic In Memphis. Ronald sniffled nil injured hip '" Miss Pederson, Rep. Jim Sutton ToExchange Vows Mr. and Mrs, Albert Pcderson today announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel, to the Rev. Jim SiUton ol Amarlllo, Tex. Miss Pi'o>rson, who Is now attending Arkansas State Teachers College i't Conway, formerly taught ;it Gosncll, The Rev. Mr. SiUton is a student .it Central 13ibl<j Institute at KpnniftKrlfl, Mo.. J'lau.'i tor iho wedding will be announced later. all about i. month ago. His grand- I Tf-/-i j n i nn iiotlu-r, Mrs. clay SmWiiBS, is «un | ' ' U '' ' " '» , rs.!Qf Calvary Church Is Entertained At the conclusion of the refreshments were served hostess and a yellow rose, flower of the sorority, was placed on the trays. Tuesday Club Entertained By Mrs. Criggcr The leaves have begun to fall, the grass is Retting brown but cool Mrs. John Ed Reynold and M Charles C.riUKtr. III. an: spending today In Memphis. Guests at Mr.s. K. J. Browne are her mother, Mrs. II. C. Dent, her sisters, Mr.s, Gladys Whitworth and Mrs. Charlie Old, and her .son, Billy Hrown oi Houston. Tex. Mrs. C. G. Scherer anrt Mrs. Leon Sdierer and (laughters, Hi wan and Karen, were in Memphis Monda Mallory, v/M(;n , i ne y were the juie.sis ol Mr: ' C. (j Hchen-r's daughter. Mr.s. H. {'. piii-M-sli. Jr.. and laniily. I'at- riciu Jean 1'arrish, returned home with her grandmother for nn extended visit. Those Jroin Mississippi County who \vill attend the Daughter fit j American Revolution meeting at Hotel Pea body in Memphis J-liday . are Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Mrs. J. H. ! Hook. Mrs. M. S. Barbier.s, Mrs. T. | P. Hudson, Mrs. E. R. Began, Mrs.' J. T, Polk, Miss Ann Massey. Mrs. D. H. Blackwood, Mrs. Dotie Merrill, Mrs. H, B. Jones, "rs. G. B. Scgruves, Mr.s. Horace 12. Moore, meeting i by the One hundred members of the training union of the Calvary Bap- ti.st Church were entertained with a social in the basement of the church Monday night. Bill Stewart opened the meeting 71 wilh prayer and a panel discussion the duties and responsibilities the officers of the classes was 1SOC Kastsldc Garden 2-!81f A SUCKER FOR A PRETTY FACE - Life has its lovely moments, even for calves. MGM Starlet Rota Lee, vacationing on a Tucson, Ariz., guest ranch, found her favorite chore was tending bottle for a herd of hungry, bawling calves. Eastside Garden Club Meets weather is not here yet, however, he various clubs have begun to meet and officers of organizations are being elected for the coming -'ear, The Tuesday Bridge Club resumed its schedule yesterday when Mrs. C. E. Criggcr entertained. She had as her Kuest her daughter- n-luw, Mrs. Charles E, Criggcr, HI. Arrangements of roses and gladioli were used about the entertaining. rooms. Winners were Mrs. digger, III, ilgh; Mrs. Jesse Taylor, second and Mrs. Rlley Jones, bridge. Preceding the bridge games the lost ess served a dessert course. DellWSCS Has Program At Church The Dell Women's Society of ihrlstlnn Service met at Iho Methodist Church Monday nluht with 28 nembcrs and two visitors present. The devotional WHS Klven by Mrs, Noble all! and the program wus Riven by Mrs. Curl Is Duncan, Mrs. R. O. Edwards and Mrs. E. H. Hull. Miss Virginia Wilson accompanied iy Miss Ella Mne Dlxon. sang n solo ind Mrs. L. M. Moody dismissed he group wllh prayer. GuesLs of the Kroup were Ml.ss Margaret Whistle and Mrs. Mnrthn Turner. At the conclusion of the necting. refreshments were served he group by Mrs. D. Wells and Mrs. Jnve Cranlorcl. Those on the panel were Mrs. j Mark Anderson. Mrs. Adrian Cockran, Curtis Perry, Joan Bradley, Mr;,. H. J. Pondren, Mrs. W. E. Rhoitds, iuul Mrs. W. F. O'Neal. The Young People's Department were hosts and served refresh- nu-iii:; at the conclusion of the program. Jr., and Miss Keen Norris. Mrs. Holder Honored by YM Birthday Club Mr.s. Clyde O'Neal entertained the Young Matron's Birthday Club last night. Mrs. Clayton Holder was guest of honor. The table where the guests were seated for dinner was overlaid with a reel linen cloth nnd centered with the birthday cake. Arrangements of full I lowers were used abotit the fMi ter Ladling' rooms. Mrs. Holder was presented with it gilt from I he group following dinner. Mrs. Bob Sloppc and Mrs. Luther Tompkins were guests of the group. New Liberty Group Elects Officers Calvary Circles Conduct Meeting Mrs. Helton Honored With _ayette Shower Mr.s, O. B. Helton was honored wilh 11 lay die show we r last night i>y Mrs. Liivornc Owen af her dome. In (he Raines played during the '•veiling, winners wern Mr.s. Jnmc.s Hampton mul Miss Mary Capps Mrs. Mellon WH:; presented gifts in a ba.vUnelle. A( Iho conclusion The Young Ladies Sunday School Class of New Liberty Baptist Church met this week for an election of officers. Ofliccrs elected were Marilyn Lutes. prcKklcnt; Nancy Dixon, vice-president; Mable Crook, secretary nnd treasurer; Marie Bevill, social chairman and Martha .Self, community mission chairman. Mr.s. R. H. Bcvill is teacher of tills class. Mrs. Brown Honored With Birthday Dinner Mrs. Ellen Brown was honored on her 85th birthday when members of the Wednesday Bible Class of (he Lnke Street Methodist Church entertained with a surprise pfirly. A potluck supper was held and pifts were presented Mrs. Brown by the group. Mqmbera of the Eastside Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Taft MetzRer yesterday afternoon for their regular monthly meeting. Mr.s. Harvey Parrish was co-hostess. There were 14 members present. Mrs. Charles Abbott opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. B. A. Bugg was in charge of the business session when Mrs. Earl Damon, Mrs. Lee Hill and Mrs. George McLeod were appointed as yearbook committee and plans were made for a workshop to held Oct. 1G at the home of Mrs. Sugg. The program was in charge of Mrs. Abbott, who gave a talk on totem poles. She was assisted by Mrs. Dave Abbott, whose topic was on chanan. dahlias; Mrs. who spoke Mike iris Mrs. Bugg, who demonstrated and gave a talk on arrangements. In the Halloween motifs winners were Mrs. Damon and Mrs. W, Leonard Smith, first; Mrs. Lee Stiles and Mr.s. Bugg, second, and Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mrs. Metzger, third. Mrs. Smith won the traveling prize, Judges were Mrs. Alice Womack Still Political HOPKWtfLL, Vn. (/!>)—When Dr. D. Lanu Eider declined to seek reelection here after 28 years as mayor anrt 34 ycnrs on city council an cr- riimor started tbnt he would retire from politics. No, he said, he will continue ns a member of the Hopewell Democratic Com- of the Kimirs iTlrc-shments were o , lf> "P"™ Democratc Com- sf-rved by (he hosio.ss. who was "I 1 " 1 * " mi lhc committee for thv assisted liy Ml.ss Helen Pollowiiy. ^'U..^,!'. 1 :.!"!" M?""^!!!. 1 ...!? 1 ^l 1 ! 1 New Liberty Has Election Of Officers Circles Three and Four of t usiness Women's Circle ol tin; I The Younn Women's Auxiliary 'nlvnry Bnptlst Church met al Hie of the New Liberty Rupti;-! ('huirh ded the Hopewcll Com- since 1816. The knitted suit makes Us usual autumn entrance.. In lively colors tin 1 newi-.st of this fall's collection imturr.s a snnirt tweed knit. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: John Barnett, city Warren S. Allen, city Mrs. E. B. Cox, Etowah Mrs. Percy Jones and baby, city Charles Taylor, city ' Rebecca Sue Wilborn, Rt. 2, city Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. George Clark, city Gregory Goff, city Thomas Parker, Hornersville Ronnie Epperson, city Mrs. Thomas Tegethoff, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Leona Carter, city William Cline. St. Louis Johnny Flnck, Luxora Katie C. Wade, city Oscar Wadkins, city Lucy Stevens, city Laura Jean Hopper, city Hoy D. Raines, Holland Wade Thompson, city and Mrs. J. G. Barnes. Mrs. Clinton Abbott was a guest of the group. A memorial book was given by the club in honor of Mrs. M. A. Price, mother of Mrs. John Waiden, who group. member of the Coming Events Thursday Mrs. Bob Metcalfe entertains the Vend red i Club. Mrs. O. O. Elkins entertains the Chiflion Club. The Kibitezr Club meets with Mrs. Robert McHaney. Mrs, Melvin Halsell entertains the La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Ladies of the Country Club complimenting new and out-of-town members with party at 8 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Glenda Ray. The Mary Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church has potluck supper at the home of Mrs. C. S. Bnggett at 7 p.m. Mrs. Dula Morris is co-hostess. The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma meets at the home of Mrs. Lucille Watson, 708 Northeast Parkway, at 7:30 p.m. Maple Grove Cemetery Associa- tion.meets with Mrs. J. G. Slid bury 215 North 10th, at 2:30 p.m. j Friday J Sudbury PTA having spaghetti i supper at school from 5:30 to 7:30 j a.m. Osceola News B; BETTVB NEIXE BTABB Mn. Wallace Hoke played bridge Friday .afternoon with the club of which Mrs. Arch Catchlngs Is a member. Mrs. Catchlngs was hostess to the affair. A dessert plate was served upon arrival of the guests. Miss Ruth Massey. state regent Missouri visiting their «on» »nd climaxing their Itinerary in Baltl- more, Md., where the daughter lives. The Rev. Mr. Frazler Is a retired Methodist minister. Circle One of the Presbyterian Church met in the home of Mrs. !j. P. Hale Monday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Rogers, as co-hostess. Fifteen member! were present to hear Mrs. E. L. . . . Tallaferro give the devotional and Mrs. Hugh Gilbert lead the conversation period. Continuation of visits to the Osceola Memorial Hospital was voted. During the so- of the Daughters of the American | cla i nour the hostesses served Revolution, will leave Sunday by plane for Washington, D. C., where she will attend the National Board of Management of the National Society of the Daughters of American Revolution. The four-day conclave begins on Oct. 11. Mrs. Milton Jones and children of Baltimore,, Md., returned to their home Thursday after spending six weeks with Mrs. Jones' mother and brother, Mrs. C. C. Bowen and Billy Bowen. Aubrey Cowan is convalescing at his home on West Hale after being dismissed from Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Dane Fergus drove to Blytheville Saturday with her two sons, Reid and Lee, returning home on the afternoon train. This was the first train ride for the two youngsters. The Rev. and Mrs. D. S. Frazier of Springfield, Mo., were in Osceola over the week end for a visit with their son, Arthur Fraraer, and Mrs. Frazier. They are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary this month and instead of their four sons and a daughter visiting them on the occas:on, they are! traveling through Arkansas and' French pastry and coffee. Circle Two met with Mrs. Arthur Bowen with 12 members pre»- ent. Mrs. Bill Cromer gave the devotional and Mrs. Vance Cartwright led the conversation period. A report was given by the chairman, Mrs. Alice Crostwalt, on clothes donated for overseas relief. During the social hour a salad plate was served. Read Courier News Classified Adi. Bob Bevington and His Orchestra You've seen them on TV. You've heard them on radio. You've listened to them in person PROFESSIONAL ARTIST BUREAU 1210 Rutland Memphis, Tenn. Ph. 34-5397 Voualwaysaet the BEST When you always DEMAND ____________ .. wardrobe — sew this simple jump- [ Ice program. hurch lats night for :i Royal SLTV- er, them team with blouse or different sweaters. the coHiired blouses nnd Mrs. J. H. 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