The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR (ARK.) COURIER FRIDAY, APRIL IT, 19M oce Pat Mulling, Society Editor League Plays End of Series Members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League met nt Hotel Noble last night for n seven-table Howell movement, which ended the Thursday six-week's scries. Winners of last night's game were Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Jim Rale.-on, first place; Mrs. E. 13. Gee «nd Mrs. W. A. Afflict, second; and Mr arid Mrs. Harry W. Halnes. third place. At the end of the six-week's seric: Mr. Roleson was in first place, with Mrs. O. W. McCutchon. second, Mrs Afflick, third, and Mrs. Jim Roleson, fourth. A masterpoint game is lo be played Saturday at Hotel Noble, at the regular 1 p.m. meeting. Two Guests Are Players at Club Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and Mrs. Harry Kirby were the guests of Mrs. J. A. Leech yesterday at her home, when she was hostess for a luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge for members of the Thursday afternoon Club. A yellow color-scheme was carried out In the decorations, tallies and table appointments. Yellow tulips formed the centerpiece for the dining room table, where guests ate. Mrs. Russell Phillips won first place in the bridge game with second going to Mrs. E. B. Gee. Lavender Theme Used at Club Pansies, tulips, Iris, and other spring blossoms, predominantly lav- endar were used throughout the home of Mrs. J. H. Smart yesterday, when she entertained with a dessert bridge for members of the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Earl Wildy of Manila, Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., and Mrs. Orady Magee were guests of the. club members. Mrs. Alex Curtis took first place in the afternoon's game with second place going to Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., and bridgo to Mrs. Wildy. Bits of News BUS DUKE ANF) DUCIIKSS — Bobby Jean Byrd and Benny Hays have been Chosen by the senior class to represent Blytheville High School at the Teen-Age Court of the Memphis Cotton Carnival. The Duke and Duchess will attend a luncheon and take part in the teenage program at Crump Stadium May H. (Courier News Photo) Storyhour Party La Nueve Club To Conclude Year Has Bridge Party It Saves Sewing Time l, By Sue Burnett This .attractive shirtwaist frock Is a special in half sizes for the snort- er figure and is cut to fit perfectly to save you time in altering your pattern. Have short or wrist-length sleeves. Pattern No. 8852 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14'i. IG'i, 18' = . 20'.., 22'i. 24':... Size 16'=, short sleeves, 4H yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30; in CGIXS, your name, address, .size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 375 Qnincy St., Chicago G, III. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book 25 cents. Don't Slip Up on YOUR insurance. A slip like this should be covered with accident Insurance—also the property owner should be covered with a Comprehensive Personal Liability Policy which costs only $10 ft year. The rate is low—don't let It go. RAYMOND ZACHRY MUTUAL INSURANCE AGKNCY 111 North First SI. - IMinne 8815 Rlylhevllle, Arkansas Plans were announced today by Mrs. Freeman Robinson, chairman; of "Storyhonr," for completion of j the year's work with 11 party lo be; held April 25 honoring winners nf the current attendance contest. , Planned by the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary to stimulate interest, in rending by grade school children. "Storyhour" has had im avmw,^ attendance of 30 children each Saturday morning at the Blytheville Public library, with Centra] school having the highest attendance In the contest which wns concluded April 11. Of the 355 school children participating in the contest which was begun Jan. 10, Central led with an attendance of 1)7 for the first hour (from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.' and 120 j for the second hour (frutn 10 to 11). j Other school tola Is are: Lsmgo, 27; Smibury, 2G; Catholic, one; Yarbro,! one (for the first hour) mid Lanne. j 29; Sudbury, 40: Catholic, two, and Yarbro, one (for (he second hour). As much lime must be spent un the preparations of the programs, Mrs. Robinson pointed out, Auxiliary members have spent l'J2 hours on the project this year. Mrs. Dick J. White, Mrs. Mtix Lngan, and Mrs. Dale S. Urii^s have worked with Mrs Robinson on the project with the assistaniT of Mrs. Ira Gray, librarian. Mrs Coleman Stevens entertained with dessert bridge at the Country Club yesterday for the La Nueve Club, when all members at- j tended Red roses in bud vases were placed at the center of the curd tables, und were used to decorate ! the entertaining rooms j Mrs. Newton H, WhHis won first; place In the bridge score, with sec- j ond going to Mrs. Ben Mac White, j and bridgo to Mrs. Leonard Oldham. Guests Attend Club Meeting Mrs. B. F. Brotrdon, a punst of mnnbm.s of the OKO Club, won hu;h score in the weekly wimp last night, when lhi\y played j at (he hnnie of Mrs. Harold Davis, i MissT'nUy June Davis was also n j RiiOsr of the club, and won second I hi»h : score. Miss Jettye Huffman! won hridiro. •, Refresh men Us were served by the] hostess during the panics. Jim OulberlKon of Blytheville, son of Mrs. U)la Culbcrtfion, was recently initiated into Kappa Alpha, national social fraternity at Mississippi Southern College. Mr. and Mrs. Ruwlcifjh Sylvester left today for PayettevlUe to be with her father, J. P, Oaines, who Is seriously ill in tha Veterans Hospital. Mr,, and Mrs. Ben Harrison of Essex, M«.. who have been visiting Mr. Harrison's BisU'r. Mrs. C, E. Parks, and son. returned to their home today. While they were here. Mrs, Parks accompanied them to Osceola, where they visited their brother, H. R. Duncan and family. Mrs. PCKKY Buchanan has been visiting in Memphis with Mrs. Carl Hood and Mr. Hood for the past week. Visiting the S. J. Cohens over the week end are Mrs. Cohen's brothers, -Joseph II. Tudor, an attorney at the Bureau of Lund Management, Department of Interior and George Tudor, Mrs. Tudor and daughter, Iris of Brooklyn, N. Y. Joseph Tudor is en route from Washington, D. C., to AlbuVuierniie, N. M.. whei'e he will net as regional counsel for the bureau. Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb returned from Little Rock yesterday, where they attended the State Convention for optometrists. Mr. and Mrs. James Rhodes are the parents of a son, born April 9 at Walls Hospital. The baby, who has two brothers, Jerry and Joe. has been named Michael Lynn. Mrs. R. L. Gaines has returned from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, where she underwent surgery. She is reported to be improved. Mrs. W. M. Jontz, her daughter, j was with her. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Robert Jontz and their two children of Memphis spent the week with his mother, Mrs. J. M. Jontz, and have returned to their home. U. Bill Nunnelee of Camp Polk, La., will arrive tomorrow for the week end with Mrs. Nunneiee and children, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines. He will lie accompanied back to Louisiana by his j wife and children where they will •• make their home in Leesville, near } Camp Polk. i Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Morse and children of San Antonio, Tex., will j arrive tomorrow to be the gue.st.s j of Mr. Morse's parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Byron Morse. He will leave j Tuesday, and will be stationed in j :he Far East. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cherry arrived "lome by plane last night from St. i Petersburg, Fla,, where they spent j several days. While there, Mr. Cherry attended a convention. Mi', and Mrs. George L. Muir and George Mulr, Jr., returned home from St. Louis, where they visited their daughter and sister. Mrs. Jumes Cochvtm, Mr. CoeVmm and family for several days. Among out-of-town friends and relatives here for the funeral of j A. G. Hall were Judge Wylie C. Roundtree and son, Wyiie C. Roundtree, Jr., Mrs. Josie A. Roundtree, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hollis and Mr, and Mrs, Boh Rngland o£ Pine Bluff; Mr. and Mrs, Edward Roundtree of Forrest City; Mrs. Marel Mrs. John C. Boyd of Cairo, 111.; Miss Mi'Oermott Engagement Is Told Today Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Talley of Blytheville announce the engagement at their daughter. Miss Martha Ann McDermott, to Third Class Petty Ollicer Rudolph Brocato, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brocato of Kansas City, Mo. Miss McDermott is a junior at Burdctte High School, where she is n member of the Future Homemakers of America Ciub, and Glee Club, and is also a high school cheerleader. Petty Officer Brocato is a graduate of Manual and Vocational High School of Kansas City. He is now in the Navy, currently stationed at Mlllihgton Air Station, where he is an aviation machinist's mate. Wedding plans are to be announced. Luncheon Given For Bridge Club White and green decorated the dining room at the home of Mrs. Cecil Shame yesterday at luncheon time, when members of the Midweek Club were her guests. Other luncheon guests were Mrs. F. D. Underwood and Mrs. Oscar Pcndler. They spent the afternoon in playing bridge, when high went to Mrs. B. A. Lynch and second high went to Mrs. H. H. Houchins. TIE Club Has Weekly Meeting Mrs. Gilbert Smyllic \von first place in tin; TLK (Hub bridge names i played last night at the home of; Mrs. Jerry Scrape, who entertained j with dessert bridgo. i Other winners were Mrs. W, E.! Cherry, who took, .second, and Mrs. i Otto Scrape who won bridgo. j Mrs. Bill Hodge was a. gmtst of the club. Tulips and splreu formed the bouquets used throughout the hostess's entertaining rooms. At the Hospitals niylhcvilln Hospital ' Dismissed: Z. G:mn. City Phillip Sniiili. Whistleville Walls Hospital Mr*, .lames Rhodes and baby. City Mrs, Alberta Isobcll, City I'ay your Courier \(Mvs currier hoy to- ^r'*/\"^ morrow. jf^ ~ ' >. / ? Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c AI All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Douhli! Feature C. Franklin of Willard, O.: Mr. and Mrs. Virginia Phillips, Mrs. Lee J. Hummt'll. both of New Madrid, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beale and son, C. W. Beale, Jr.. Mrs. Thelma Shaffeur, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Tnm L. Phillips of Camden, Ark.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold E. Phillips of Osceola; Mr. nnd Mrs. James L. Brooks nnd two children of Fort Worth, Tex.: Miss Mary Jo Hall of Washington, D. C., nnd Mrs. Sanford Boone of Jackson, Tenn. HD Council Meeting Planned A Home Demonstration County Council meeting of dub» In North Mississippi County will be held In the Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park here Tuesday, It was announced today by Mrs. Forrest Moore, County Council president. The program will begin at 1:15 p.m. following a luncheon. Speakers will be J. M. Thomason, district farm agent who has returned from a two-year stay in Egypt, who will speak on "Ways People Live in Oother Countries;" and Miss Addle I3arlow, district home demonstration agent, who will speak on "Personality." The program will include a puppet show, "Weighty Problems," with Dorothy Willinglmm, a $-H Club member, in charge. A cake contest will be held in connection with the council meeting with prizes to be presented by General Mills Co. to the top five contestants. Mrs. Moore . said entries must be one-layer butter cakes, frosted or unfrosted ,and musi. be brought to the Women's Exhibit Building by 11 p.m. Tuesday. Entrants also will judge four cakes. Mrs. Helen Carr, Arkansas- Missouri Power Co. home service- advisor, and D. E. Casklll, General Mills representative ,wiil score entrants on Judging and baking. Guests Attend Club Meeting An extra table of guests played bridge with members of the Thursday contract Club, when Mrs. Chester Caldwelll was hostess to the group. Roses and tulips formed the small centerpieces for the card tables, luncheon In the bridge games, Mrs. W, J. Pollard won guest high score, with high club score going to Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Second high club score was won by Mrs. G. G. Caudill. C and N Club Has Dinner Mrs. Walter Lutes entertained last night for members of the C and N Birthday Club at her home, when all members and two guests, Mrs. Eunice Young and Mrs, P. E- Eubanks attended. A centerpiece of tulips and iris was used by the hostess to center Hie dining room table, from which she served dinner. Guests spent the evening In informal entertainment. Coming Events Saturday Cotillion Club has costume ball at Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Stevenson and Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla are entertaining. Duplicate Bridge League game begins at 1 p.m. at Hotel Noble. LAST CHANCE TO SEEI —PLUS— Paramount News & Cartoon PUPPSES- PARAKEETS KITTENS - CANARIES -TROPICAL FISH- 'iisU, Collars, Harness. Muzzcls, DOR Beds, Cedar Shavings, Feeding Howls, Dri-Shampoo, Hird Cages, I'kg. 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