The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1954 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS — Society News - io inn Mulliil-v Slirint.v Rrtlt.Or * I'll" Mist Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor lwn e 3-4461 i Initiation ; Ceremony Held By Sorority The Initiation ceremony of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sifc- ma Phi was held al the home of Mrs. T. I. Stay last night when Mr. 1 ;. Hob Garrott and Mrs. James Khouse were hostesses. PreccdinK the initiation ceremony, a business session was conducted by Mrs. Jack Owen. Plans were made for the Christinas benefit and reports were made by eonmuLUie chairmen. The room where the initiation ceremony was held was decorated with yellow roses, the sorority llower, and yellow and black tapers in crystal candelabra. Each pledge was presented with a yellow rosebud corsage. Members assisting nt the ceremony were Mrs. Owen. Mrs. Harold Stockton, Mrs. Dan McCasklll and Mrs. Glenn McCool. Refreshments were served the group a Her the repeating of the closing ritual. PTA PRESIDENTS — Members of the Parent- Teacher Association who nid in improvements are represented here through the presidents of the associations. Seated (from left lo right* Mrs. Walter Day. Lange School; Mrs. Gean Atkinson, Central School; standing (from left to right) Mrs. Girls Glee Club Presents Selections at PTA Meeting There were 75 members of the Junior High Teacher Association present yesterday at their monthly meeting. Hugh WhitMU, high school; Mrs. John Plimkr-U, Varbro, and Mrs. James Terry, junior hii-h. Mrs. Harold Sildlniry, president of Sudbury, was al).sent when the picture was made. (Courier Ne\vs 1'hoto) IlLL'E MOUNTAIN" GIKLS — These Arkansas girls who are enrolled in Blue Mountain College have formed an Arkansas Club. Curolyn Lynch, standing, of Wilson, is president. Others, front row, left to right: Vera Haynes, freshman, Blytheville; Molly Murrell, S.IKOI. Little Rock: Bonnie Sue Reynolds, sophomore, Harrisburg; :,econcl row, Darla Sue Bayless, freshman, Hot Springs; Martha fieaton, freshman, Little Rock; Sue Holt, junior, Manila; Carolyn Wilson, freshman, Blytheville; third row, Betsy Murohison, freshman, Hoi Springs; Carolyn Lynch, junior, Wilson; Margaret Ann Jones, sophomore, Little Rock. *- Parent- regular McCool's seventh grade room; Misses Lillian Shaver's and Monta Hughes eighth grade rooms and Mrs. R. I. Thompson's and Mrs. Phillip Wactor's ninth grade rooms. Easy To Sew-Thrii'ty, Too The regular meeting was preccd-4. - — ec, by an executive board meeting. I ' _ . . The meeting was opened with ^ OUniTV L.I U D prayer by Mrs. James Terry and / Be e n~ie al w " givc " by ""'"Bridge League Mrs. E. J. Cure gave the prcsi- \ f~ J f dent's message and the Girls Olee L-OnQUCrS Club under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry 'presented .several selections. Mrs. John Cnudill accompanied them at the piano. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was guest speaker for the afternoon and chose as her topic, "Comic Books and the Effect They Have." Room count went [o Mrs. Glenn Country Club Bridge L conducted it.s regular \vi- fitly last night. Mrs. Etigrnia .Jenkins and Mrs O. W. McCutchen were In first j place with W-> points rind Mi's. nuRHCll Phillips and Harry W. Trinity Circles Conduct Royal Service Program Annie Annstrnni; and Marion Cnok Circles (il Trinity Bapllst Cliilreli met ni the home of Mrs. Max Kooncr last niiiht. Meeliim was opened with the l^rolip ri;pc;ttinK tlie wntchwoul. follou-ed with iirayer by Mrs. Lu- 'I'luiM' tukiui; parts on ihe Royal Rrrvice Proj'.ram were Mrs, C. S. Birniln!:hinn, Mrs. Idell Lowe, Mrs, Koonce and Mrs. Howard i Ciildwcll, i Mrs. Lois GestrhiR dismissed the j ^rimp wilh jirayer and Ihr: iiostess i ser\'ed rrlreshmenl^. Sorority Pledges Honored mlb Party al Hotel Pledges of Alpha L)oit;i Chapter I ml Belli Si;;ma Phi were entertained ' v;itii ;> bridge ;uui r;m;isi.a parly in . Ihe Plantation Room ol Hotel Noble: Mundny. ! Oil jeers ol the chapter were host- j e. c .se.s lor the affair. Yellow roses: ^ rs £ wen: used to decorate the room J \vilson. and Rifts were wrapped in yellow I |,[. ms W ere completed for a harvest pitpuv and tied with yellow satin ; supper to be held Nov. 11. ribbon. i Mrs, Oral Hunnicutt and M Winners in bridge games were ; H. G. Edwards were hostesses at Mrs. Ronald Geary, high, and Mrs. > the meeting. Hugh On 1 fey, sctrond high. Mrs. Rnlph Todd won high in canasta Kinnc'8 nnd Mrs. Billy Driver won sfamd. Mrs. Miiry Peterson won bricli, r o. At the conclusion of games refreshments were served the group. Dell WSCS Has Meeting At Church T!"-re were 28 members and one fin-'!, Mrs. Martha Turner, present Monday night when the Wom- cn 1 :; SoeU-ty of Christian Service of \\v l.K-11 Methodist Church met at thn church. A study course, "Cities and Peo- pie on the Move," was taught by H. Hall and Mis.s Virginia In the business session (Mrs. Higginson Entertains Tuesday Club Mrs. W. C. Higginson entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Club sit her home yesterday after noon when Mrs. J. M. William? was a guest of the group. Mrs. Higginson won high In the bridge games and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon won second high. Fall flowers were used to decorate the entertaining: rooms where the guests were seated. Preceding the bridge games a dessert course WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20, 19IH of science in education. Mrs. Q. O. Stewart who has been i. patient in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis is now at the home ol her son, Donald Stewart., Her condition is reported to be Improved. ilninc.s were in second pliicu with 68 points. In (bird plnce were Mrs. ft, B. Gee and Mrs. H. C. Sims with (ifi 1 points. Family Reunion Held At Moore Home Here Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore enli'i'- tninocl 50 relatives nt their home in Promisi'd Lund Sunday. Oupsls ul honor were Mr. tui'l Mrs. John T. Sykcs and children i ^ of Los Angeles. Out-of-town R nests were Mr. aiul Mrs. Nolnn Young and tnmily of Sikcston; Mrs. and Mrs. W. R. Hull imd dvuit;hu'i: t>( Luke CU-y; Mv. mul Mrs. Bill Cox and daughter of.Jon- esboro; Mr. and Mrs. Hill Weiss. Mr. mid Mrs. Jaiiit's Hrtrlumi and Mrs. Jiunt'S MclcnllV of Memphis; Alvin Bull nnd Emilt White of Curve. Tcnn., and Mrs. Viola Ingram of Luxuj'ti. Tuesday Canasta Club Has Meeting The Tuesday Canasta Club was entertained yesterday nl'U'i'noon hy Mra. Mike'' Moronry. Winners In the frames were Mrs, L. O. dill. lilKh. Miss HOKII Schllli- crllsch, sceonrt hluh, and Mrs. IS. n. .Int'kr.on. Unv. M [he conclusion of Hie mime:;. Ihe hostess served fi clesseil course jultt Icett drinks. oaked Wonderful Help lor caused by Skin Dryness 1 YARD 54 INCH 8173 2-T-32" By Sue Burnett Here's a bentitully fiuiiiR skin to wear with blouses or .sweaters Goes together easily — takes just a yard of M-mch. Pattern No. 8173 is in waist sizes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32. Size L'5, 1 yard of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. HI. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 225 cents now for your copy. For sizzling weather, there's nothing like the cooling system ol the long-sleeved shirtwaist cotton drets, in paste] colors, or paslel- Btriped. Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio Blytheville Po 3-8666 Triple Play Tweed J <li'sii;iis oiu- suit thut lives (n-o! Thr !>;IMI- suit h:i?i a cdll.ir. chevron ^ slotted pockets and crisp little turn-back culls, llantKotnc tin^rrtip length topper ID match. \Yr.tr it :is';t three- piore pnsi'inMe. as a Uui-plece sport combination \tith tapper-jurket. or as a two piece suit with fitted jacket. Wine and bnmn in screm check. $59.95 L "The Fashion Shop" New Liberty YWA ^;^f Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs, Harry VV. Haines and Mrs. Harry A. Haines entertain members of Chapter N, PEG Sisterhood ,e home of Mrs. Har- Mi-inlKre n( l.hc YOUIIR Women''; Aiixlliiiry of the Nnw Liberty Baptist Churcli 1,7101. iH the home of Mrs. Clyde Wi'bb Monday niehl. Tirnup singini; opened Vhe mcet- iiiK mid Uie opcntnK prayer was wns led by Miss Nam-y Dixon. Roll ^'ull was iiusweipcl witti t;rnup repeating of file watchword. Those tnklim pai'ts on the pro- pi-ORi'am were Miss Dixon. Pat Holder. I'riicy Ounli'i', Bonnie and Re- lieeca Ilenson. Dorothy Kouri and TIIIJRSDAV Mrs. Peiix Carney entertains the C'hllllon Club. llemhrrs of the ' Kibitzer Club men, with Mrs. J. M. Wilinms, Jr Miss Jettye Claire: Huffman entertains the GEO Bridge Club. Dupllrate Bridge League lias regular meeting. Lottie Moon YWA meels with Miss Patsy Hensnn. FRIDAY The Woman's Club hns covered dish luncheon at club house at 1 p. m. Mrs. Russell C. Farr entertains members of the Friday Contract Miirrarct, Jones. Mable CrouV: dismissed Ihr croup chin, with prayer and a \veiner roast ua.s j Mrs. James C. Guard entertains |,,,|,|. I Friday Bridge Club. SPECIAL WINTER RATES HOTEL NOBLE • Room Scrvlre • Klrvatur Service • Laundry unit Maid Service • Trlirplinjle — '-M )>r. Dcsh Service • TV nnil Moilrrnlp I'rlreil I'omls. All Hotel comforts at sncciul low costs Ihe young point of view in sho« presents ROVER GIRL A light-stepping, long-striding wedge . to wear with pleasure many days, many places . . . non-stop through the year. Luxury fashion at a welcome price. Blacker Brown 795 At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Claude Jones, Steele Blan Stiles, city Ruth Ann King, city Mrs. Ira Gray, ciLy David Parks, Manila Aqulmo Garza, Dell Ctiiekasawba Hospital Dismissed: Dallas May, city Wayne Eugene Kemper, city Susan Seymour, city Mrs. Jewel Gowen and baby, city Mrs. Dan S. Ross and Miss Alice Marie Ross spent the weekend in Campbell, Mo., where they visited relatives. Mrs. Marvin Lane Is undergoing treatment at Chicaksawba Hospital. Mrs. Alma. McNeil will leave tomorrow lor Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, where she will undergo eye surgery. Those in West Memphis to attend the District Parent-Teacher Association meeting today are Mrs. Walter Day, Mrs. Harold Sudbury and Mrs. H. B. Richardson. Mrs. Clyde Lutes is leaving tomorrow for Las Crucas, N. M. where she will visit Mrs. Eddie Zimmerman. She will be Joined in Port Worth, Tex., by Mrs. Flossie Bondurante. Mrs. Lutes is going especially to attend a footbal game there in which her son Charles Russell Lutes, who is in the Marine Corps, will play. Mrs. W. L. Horner was called to Memphis today to be with he mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith o Wheatlcy, who (ell yesterday after noon and broke her hip. William Braxton Gill, a studen at Baylor University, was thi week end guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardin, of Dell Miss Joyce GUI, elementary di rector at the First Baptist Churcl in Arlington, Tex., was the week end guest of her mother, Mrs. B G. Gill of Dell, and other relatives Susie Seymour, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hubert Seymour, whi underwent a tonsillectomy at the Chlckasawba Hospital Monday, i now at her home. Condition of Miss Mary Noe is reported to be improved. Mrs. Elton Kirby has returned from a vacation spent in Minnesota. She accompanied her brother, Forest Moore, and Mrs. Moore of St. Louis. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams nre Mrs. C. E. Pollard and Mrs. Edward Scott of Bloomington, 111. Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt of Fort Smith is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch returned last night from Carmi, 111., where they visited Mr. Oooch's mother, Mrs. B. A. Gooch, who celebrated her 93rd birthday. Mrs. B. B. Wilson has resumed teaching at Luxora after attending the five-week short term at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, where she received her bachelor FASHIONS YOUR FUTURE An interesting new fabric surface texture adds charm to this short boxy coat for early autumn . . . casually perfect over dresses or suits. All-wool Freizclla in Cranberry Red, Honey Beige, Tortoise Brown, Royal Blue, Ceramic Teal, Charcoal and Bbck. Milium satin-lined for warmth without weight. Sizes 6 to 18. 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