The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 10, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BI.YTHEVILLE fARK.) COURHBR NEWS Society, J\/ew& Pat fi!u!!ins, Society Editor i Phone 4461 Newly-Weds Complimented At Church Party Mrs. Claude Duncan. Mrs. T. J. Richardson. Mrs. Earl French, Mrs. Jolly Lcgget, Mrs. auy Rodgers and Miss Mary Joyce Ncedham complimented Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Simmons, who were recently married, with a miscellaneous shower at Emmanuel Baptist Church last night. Spring flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the church. After party games were conducted by Mrs. Lcggett, Miss Needman and Mrs. French, the couple opened their gifts, and the hostesses served refreshments, Mrs. Simmons is the former Miss Betty Stalllngs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stalling!. Dr. Massey Is Guest Speaker Members of the Mississippi County Home Economics Club held an open meeting last nteht at the Osceola High School Home Economics Department. The meeting was a special session held in conjunction with the current cancer drive. Dr. L. D. Massey was guest speaker for the evening, and showed a film "How To Detect Breast Cancer Jn its Early Stage." The club Is composed of 30 graduate Home Economists. Their next meeting will be held May 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Home Economics Cottage in Blythevllle, when the subject Will be "Party Foods and Frills. Duplicate League Meets at Hotel Members of the Duplicate Bridge League mcl last night at Hotel Noble, where they played a five-table Howell movement at thefr weekly session. Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Jim Role- sou won first place in the evening's game, with second going to Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Matt Monaghan, and third to Miss Willie Nebhut find Mrs. Joe Dlllahunty. Mrs. H.W. Wylie Entertains Club Mrs. H, W. Wylie entertained with a luncheon and bridge yesterday at her home for members of the Thursday Contract Club. The elRht members were seated around the dining room table for luncheon. Spring flowers were used throughout the living and dining rooms, where guests were entertained. Mrs. Wylie won high score for the afternoon, with second going to Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn. Club 28 Dance Is Given'At Hotel. Noble Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. James Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertained with a spring formal dance for the members of Club 28 and guests. About 200 guests attended the dance, which was held, in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble, with music by the Bob Bevington orchestra. "Springtime," was the chosen theme for the party, and flowers banked the mirrors, windows, and filled floor baskets placed at vantage points throughout the room. The refreshment table, from which midnight supper was served, was centered with pastel tone tulips and pink dogwood flanked by pink candles burning In crystal candieholders. Mid-Week Club Has Luncheon Members of the Mid-Week Club were entertained nt the homo of Mrs. Aubrey Conwny yesterday for a bridge luncheon, when Mrs. Max Usrey was a 'guest player with the club members. Red tulips formed the centerpiece for the dining tnble, where guests were seated for luncheon. In the afternoon's games, Mrs. Usrey won first place, with second going to Mrs. Cecil Shane. Lorerta Walden Weds David Childress Miss Loretta Walden. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burtls Walden, became the bride of Fireman First Class David Childress, son of J. C. Childress and the late Mrs. Childress in » double ring ceremony performed last evening. The Rev. Jack Dudash, pastor of the Pull Gospel Tabernacle, officiated at the exchange of vows, in the presence of friends and relatives of the couple at the home of the bridegroom's brother, Joe Childress. An improvised altar formed the nuptial setting. Two white wicker floor baskets holding white gladioli, were backed by tiered rows of white cathedral candles,- which provided the only Illumination for the eight o'clock rites. Miss Bonnie Nell McCormick, who was dressed in pink with complimenting accessories, and a corsage of white carnations, lit the tapers. Mrs. Joe Childress served the bride as matron of honor, and Mr. Childress served as best man. Mrs. Childress chose for the occasion, a suit of navy blue, with navy hat and other navy accessories. She pinned a corsage of pink carnations at her shoulder. For her marriage, the bride was dressed In a dress of powder blue linen and lace. She wore a small powder blue and navy blue hat. with navy accessories, and was given a corsage of pink carnations. Following the ceremony, guests were entertained with a reception at the Childress home, where pink and white were used throughout the dining room decorations. A pink Imported silk cloth overlaid the table, which was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake, flanked by crystal punch bowls, and pink lighter tapers In crystal. Mrs. Floyd Balcntlne presided at the table, assisting Mrs. Cllildress. The couple will make their home in Bremerton, Wash., where the bridegroom Is stationed. )7 Guests Play Bridge with Club Seven guests played bridge 'yesterday with members of the Kibitzer Club, when they were entr- taind by Mrs. Robert G. McHaney at her home. Guests Included Mrs. Ben W. Harpole, Jr., Mrs, I. R. Coleman, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., Mrs. Robert A. Warren, Mrs. Jack Cuadra, Mrs. Jack Hale and Mrs. Boss D. Hughes, Jr. Tulips, iris and pansies were used throughout the living and dining room where guests were entertained. Pansies and violets in small silver bowls formed the centerpieces for the card tablss, at which dessert was served preceding the games of bridge. Winners were Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Terry, first and second for guests, Mrs. Charles W, Affllrk Jr.. and Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr.. first and second for club, and Mra. Hughes, bridgo. Mrs. Little Is Hostess to Club Mrs. A. O. Little was hostess at her home yesterday with a two course luncheon and an afternoon of bridge for members of the Thursday Club. Her guests, other than club members included Mrs. F. E. Black, and Mrs. E. J. Cure. A low bouquet of tulips In spring shades formed the centerpiece used by the hostess. Winners of the afternoon's bridge games were Mrs. C. W. Afflick, and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. only \oA^ gives you tankful after tankful of hot water 3 times faster for your clothes... your dishes...your family... eo automatic you can get it and forgetit —IM T.H N»tnr»I Qu ApplUnct Dealer Today— Ark-Mo Power Co. Mrs. B. B. Oee and Mrs. B. A. Lynch were In Memphis yesterday to attend Azalea Day at the J. P. Norfl«et home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner are in Little Rock to spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bellingrath of Little Rock arrived lust night for several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and, sons, Johnny and Jimmy, are In Memphis today, where Johnny Is attending the book festival at Brooks Memorial Art Gallery. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Croft of Ca- ruther.svllle are the parents of a daughter born yesterday at the Walls Hospital. She has been named Paula. Mrs. Croft Is the former Miss Edna Wamble of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens and Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater were in Memphis yesterday to attend the Cardinals-Chicks base ball game. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard. Jr.. are spending this week on Norfork Lake. Mrs. E. B. Woodson arrived home by plane from El Paso.j Tex., where she had spent several weeks as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John S. Hudson, Lt. Col. Hudson, and their two children. Mrs. Donald Fleming and son of Binghamton. N. Y., will leave tomorrow for their home, after spending several weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell .nd other relatives. Mrs. H. W. Wylie will leave tomorrow for Washington. D. C.. where she will attend the National Daughters of the American Colonists Assembly, as a member of the resolutions committee, and the National . Daughters of the American Revolution Congress. Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer will have as their week end guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Walker and daughter of Slkeston, Mo. Mrs. W. 3. Johnston, Mrs. James Manley and Mrs. J. L.. Nabers were in Memphis yesterday where they attended A7n!ea Day at the J. P..Norflcet home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry will leave tomorrow for St. Petersburg, Fla., for several days, where Mr. Cherry will attend a convention. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward will leave tomorrow for Biloxi, Miss., where they will spend several days. While there, Mr. Ward will attend a cotton convention. Mrs. Oeorge Rpllind Green has returned from Memphis, where she was the guest of her brother, Carl B. Maxwell, and Mrs. Maxwell for several days. While there, they attended the Azalea Day at the J. P. Norficet home. Among Btythevllle residents in Memphis yesterday for the Cclvd- Inals-Chlcks game were Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. Bill McDonald and C. B. Wren. FRIDAY, APRTfj 18, 1WI TO SPEAK IIEKE — Miss Mildred Drescher (left), former missionary to India who Is now a field worker for the Woman's Division of the Methodist Board of Missions, and Mrs. Johnnie McClure of Sprlngdale. president of the Women's Society of'Christian Service of the North Arkansas Conference of Methodist Churches, will address a meeting ol Wesleyan Guilds of the conference at the First Church here tomorrow and Sunday. Mrs. McClure will speak at a banquet at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Hotel Noble and Miss Drescher will speak at 1:15 p.m. Sunday. The two-day meeting will begin at 1:46 p.m. tomorrow and end with a communion service at 3 p.m. Sunday. Both women also will address a three-day meeting of the North Arkansas WSCS to begin here Tuesday. Club Plays Bridge !n Home Mrs. Johnson Blackwell was hostess _last night to members of the OEO Club at her home, with Mrs. Randall Hawks as guest player. Tulips and other spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. A dessert course was served by the Hostess preceding the games. Mrs. T. H. Caraway was high score winner, with second going to Mrs. Hawks, and bridgo to Miss Jcttye Huffman. Coming Events Friday Stitch and Chatter meets with Mrs. Harold Eutranks at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. C. Johnson presents pupils in piano and accordion recital at 7:30 p.m. in Sudbury School auditorium. Saturday Storyhour is to be held from -91 a.m. to 10 a.m. and from 10 a.m. to 1 1a.m.. with Mrs. Freeman Robinson conducting at the city library. Sunday Woman of the Yenr Tea is to be held at the W. L. Moxley home on East Main Street from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday Cotillion Olub has 7:30 p.m. called business meeting at Hotel Noble with Bob Logan presiding. Dessert Bridge Given for Club The Arkansas Chop Suey Cottage was the scene yesterday for a dessert bridge given by Mrs. N. G. Jerome for members of the La Nueve Club. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe was a guest of the club. Small vases of white flowers interspersed with pansies formed the centerpiece for the small tables, where guests played bridge during the afternoon. Mrs. Lynn Hughes won high score, with second going to Mrs. R. E. Green, and bridgo to Mrs. Newton Whltis. Refined granulated sugar is chemically the some whether It comes from sugar cane or sugar beets. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! LAST TIMES TONITE! First Showing in Blytheville AN AllKD ARTISTS PICTURE EXTRA! 2 CARTOONS ADULTS 50c! KIDS FREE WITH PARENTS CLEAN & SANITARY CONCESSION BAR! Hot Dogs — Soft Drinks — Pop Corn Cundy — Ice Cream SATURDAY NITE DOUBLE FEATURE A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE SATURDAY OWL SHOW "LEOPARD MAN" STARRING DENNIS O'KEEFE & MARGO We invite everyone who is in the Drive-in for the regular show to stay for the Owl Show FREE OF CHARGE SUNDAY-MONDAY Jane Fbwell Ricardo Montalban LOUIS OMERN ANN HARDING ALSO PARAMOUNT NEWS Yarbro PTA Meet Is Conducted A meeting of the Yarbro Parent- Teachers Association met at the school Wednesday following an executive board meeting Mrs. Cecil Johnson gave the afternoon's devotional after the program was opened by members of the sixth grade, who sang several numbers. Mrs. O. O. Mclntosh offered prayer. Room count went to the first grade and the first grade mothers served refreshments in the social hour. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature —Plus— RANDOLPH SCOTT /* Zjutt GREYS SERIAL: Gang Busters Also Cartoon SUN - MON Double Feature Also Metro News WILSON NEWS By Mr*. B. F. BoylM Sorority MeeU * Delta Kappa Gamma sorority met Thursday night at Keleer In the Home Economics Cottage. Miss Priscllla Splnks, music Instructor at Wilson High School who visited in Europe last summer, told of her experiences there. Others from Wilson who attended were Miss Virgie Rogers, eorority president, .Mrs. Phillip J. Deer, Miss Rosaetta Wolf, Mrs. J. .D. Roberts, Mrs. Bruce Prizzell, Miss Abble Stewart and Mrs. Dora Merrell. Co-op Club Meets The Wilson Co-Operative Club met April 2, with husbands and teachers as guests. Mrs. W. B. Burkett introduced the guest speaker, the Rev. T. Chalmers Henderson of Osceola, Presbyterian minister, who talked on juvenile delinquency. Miss Eula McDougal of Osceola, Mississippi Counts' librarian, who was also a guest, told of plans to make the Wilson library a permanent branch of the county library. The Wilson library is a club project. VVSCS Sleet Members of the Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met Monday afternoon at the church for the third session on the Africa nstudy. A motion picture on the people of the Congo and a colored film on African animals were shown. Mrs. Mable Mullins reviewed a letter from Miss Edith Martin, one of the WSCS missionaries in Africa, telling of her work there. Further stories about life in Africa, as told by a missionary's wife, were given by Mrs. Elstner D. Beall, who is directing the study. Mrs. Clayton Buchanan was in charge of the worship service that closed the meeting. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Plsmissed: Mrs. Floyd Clowers, Luxor*. Ray Quthrle, city. Mrs. Oube Caldwell, city. Otho Stanfield, city. Mrs. William Montgomery and baby, Manila. Claud Dunlap, Steele. Peggy Inklebarger. Steel*. Hosana Cleveland, city. Walls HosrHiU if Dismissed: LeRoy Harris, city. Jack Quails, city. Sally Brown, Cooler. Jackie Elkins, city. Bridge Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Stotts entertained their Finesse Bridge Club and one guest, Tuesday evening at their home. George Whitfield was the guest. The hostess used iris and pansies in decorations in the entertaining room. Mrs. Elstner D. Beall and Claude Lynch were winners in the evening's bridge game. The hostess served pie and coffee. Fish Fry Set A fish fry will be given at noon Sunday in the school cafeteria. It is sponsored by the Wilson High School Student Council, and is under the supervision of Royal Small, council sponsor. Corky Simmons is president of the student council. Read Courier News Classified Ads. RUN DOWN... Special Formula supplies iron you may need for Rich Red Blood Do you feel run down, nervous or depressed? 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