The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR m.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRII, 20, It* Society, Pat Mullins, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Mary Beth Marr Is Complimented At Luncheon Pansies, tulips, dutch iris and other spring flowers were used throughout the home of Mrs. Johnny Marr Saturday evening when she entertained with a luncheon for her daughter. Mary Beth, who celebrated her 14th birthday. Each guest was dressed to represent a song title. Winners were George Ann Byrd as "Golden Earrings," Kay La Ferney as the "Red Silk Stockings and the Green Perfume," and Sally McCutchen as "Oil, Susanna." In keeping with the chosen the.me, five card tables were decorated with musical instruments and sheets of music. Guests played canasta after luncheon, and winners included Nan Miller, first, Donna Sue King, second, and Reene Hays, low. E. M, Terry. Jr., made pictures of the group later in the afternoon. Mrs, Marr was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Robbie Shouse and Mrs. Lois Danforth. Class Reunion Is Held Here Members of the former Phebean Class of the First Baptist Church held a reunion and dinner meeting Friday night in the church dining room. Forty guests and two out-of-town guests. Mrs. Homer Stnrnes of Sikeston and Mrs. Lewis Rogers of Steele attended. The banquet table was decorated with a profusion of spring flowers, and centering the speakers' table, was a bouquet of red rose buds. | The former president and teacher, j of the class, Mrs. Theodore Logan, was guest of honor and was presented with an orchid corsage. Mrs. Fletcher King, the class' first president, served as toastmlstress. After dinner, guests spent the evening Informally. Mrs. Logan gave a devotional, "The Keys of the Kingdom," after which the group voted to make the dinner meeting B yearly occasion. Lovely In Larger Sizes COSTUME WINNERS — Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes are pictured nt Hotel Noble's Mirror Room wncrc they won first place (or most original costume at the Cotillion Club's annual costume ball. (Courier News Photo) .y. # * # * * wiih the theme of the affair. Winners in the best costume contest for couples weru Mr. and Mrs. Ross Dillon Hughes, Jr., who were, a spanlsh couple; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lawfihe, who dressed as Gorgeous George, the wrestler and his valet; nncl Mr. nncl Mrs. Lynn Hughes who dressed as space cadets. For individuals, winners were Mr. Stevenson, who was attired in a gay nineties bathing suit, and Mrs. Frank Whitworth, who dressed as a SOUR title, "Red Silk Stockings and Green Perfume." After dancing throughout the evening the guests were served a midnight, supper. Costume Ball Is Given for Cotillion Club Mr. find Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. S. K Tune, Mr. and Mrs W. M. Lawshe, Mr. nnd Mrs. Furris McCallii and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson entertained at Hotel Noble Saturday night for members ol the Cotillion Club. The occQSSlon was a costume ball, when many guests from Blytheville and surrounding towns were invited to join the party. Brightly-colored balloons w ere suspended tram the ceilings and from the mirrored panels in thi> hotel's Mirror Room. A tons?; refreshment table was scattered with dolls dressed in costumes, in keeping Bits oi News 11 lastly Miss Patsy Bartholomew, daughter of Mr. find Mrs. O. C. Bartholomew has bran ducted atheletic director of the Miiileiiiiins at Blue Mountain CnllcKi' lor the session 1953-54 Miss Effie Lee Terrell spent the week cud In Little nock, where she nUrmled a school meeting. Miss Ho!) Williams of Owcnshnrg. K>'., has returned to Iier homo nder bdm; the miost of Mrs. Fred Fhicnwn. Mrs. B. M. Mat hews and Mrs. W. M. Owens. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kretch were In Sikcston. Mo., yesterday, v.-here they visited Mrs. Kretch's mother, Mrs. Hubert Ivy. Among those Blythcvllle residents who attended the weddlntf of U. James i). Henry to Miss Mary Kntherlne Keel yesterday In Newport. Ark., were Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudsnn. Miss Lillian Shaver. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley, Tommy Harrison, the Rev. and Mrs. Roy I. Bafiley, Mr. and Mrs. Kc'.thll Berry and Mr. and Mrs. P. W Whltncr. Wade O. Reeves, Jr.. left today for Little Rock, where he is be- Iny inducted Into the army. Mrs. Re,?ves, tile former Mrs. BonM.a Sl.inkard. will remain with Mr. ami Mrs. W. O. Reeves, Sr., durlni; his absence. Sharon Kny Parks, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Parks, has broil removed to her home from Walls Hospital, where, she underwent a tonsflectomy last week. * Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Province spent Sunday with her son, Charles Henry hi Kennedy ?Iosr>ttal in Memphis. He was to undergo surgery today. Mrs. E. M. Eaton. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and chilclre.n, Norbert, Monya. and Deena, and Mrs. John Tyrone and son, Hugh, were in Simthlatid, Paducah and Burnt;, Ky., for the week end to visit relatives. James Westhrook was inducted into the Army at Little Rock this morning. Mrs. We.stbrook, the former Miss Pat He-urn, will make her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hearn In her husband's absence. Mr. Westbrook is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Craig Reunion Is Given Here •», For the first time In 47 years, four brothers nncl three sisters, surviving members of the Luther J. Craig family, held a reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zachry on Chlckasiiwba. They Included Mrs. Sally Hubler, Mrs. E. P. Hardin of Blytheville, Mrs. J. E. McCractcen of Memphis, E. A. Craig of New Orleans, Knox Craig and A. J. Craig of Memphis, and Sam Craig of Blytheville. | Other relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. B. p. Brandon, Mrs, KIKIX Craig, J. E. McCruckell, Mrs. J. A. Craig, Mrs. E. P. Hardin, Mrs. Miracle Knit Blends Banisk Washing Worry Bj ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Slender glrta have always been fond of knit suits and dresses for the sleek, yet easy way In which they hug the figure. They have loved them for their comfort and easy payability as well. Now, thanks to orlon-and-nylon blends and all-orlon knits, these slender girls can have the luxurious look without the work that made these knits Impractical unless ono had money for frequent cleaning bills or lots of time and ability to do them up at home. You can have these synthetic- fiber knits In pastels that go into the washing machine as often as Sam Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Craig, | sol i e[ j an( j come out S0 ft er than and sons, Bobby and David, Mr. | ever pi ea t s i n the skirts will not wash out. Protect the dress, If you machine-wash it, in a mesh Uiun- dry bag or & pillow slip. Have the suds lukewarm, to be on the safe side. When washing by hand, squeeze the dress through lukewarm suds. How these dresses look atter laundering depends a great deal on careful drying. There's no need to worry about shrinkage or stretching or jagged hemlines. But the little and Mrs. Billy CraiB and daughter, Billy June, Miss Mary Hubler, the hosts, and their con. Raymond, Jr., and daughter, Per'.'gy. Coming Events Tuesday Junior High PTA has meeting at 3 p.m. at the school, with installation of officers. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Details, such as a pleat sticking out or a lumpy look around the 'k- Sigma Pht has 7:30 p.m .meeting the home of Mrs. E. L. Boggs Mrs. Howard Besharse Is hostess to members of the Timka Bunco Club. Mrs. E. M. Regenolcl is to entertain members of the Tuestiny Bridge Club. Tvi-Town Bridge Club is to be entertained by Mrs. Newton Whitis. N. N. Bridge Club members meet with Miss Betty Nell Holland. La Petite Club members are being entertained by Mrs. Max Usrey. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at the club. American Legion Auxiliary has s<? mi -monthly meeting at the hut. Wednesday line, which can mar perfection, are easily avoided. Here's what to do: First, blot the dress or suit in a, thick towel. Then, arrange it evenly I verified, to tne undersigned within Pasli'l knitted suit (right) has accordion-pleated skirt and dol- rnan sleeves. Girl can wash it without worry because it is nylon- ; and-or lun blend. After wa.'ihing, she blots it in towel, hangs skirt from clip-hanger and smooths out pleats which remain pmmim>nt1y in place. She finjrerpresses around jewelwork. over a line or a padded hanger. Pin- gerpress around Jewelwork. Hans skirt from a skirt hanger srnootli the pleats Into place. and Chestnut Trees '""iMay Come Back CROCKETT, Tex. t/P) — Chestnut trees, one the best saw timber in Langc PTA pas 3 p.m. meeting at j the nation, may make n comeback. the school, preceded by 2:30 p.m. Chestnut trees have been virtually extinct in the United States since a blight 30 years ago killed off many Chestnut forests. The trees produce a good hardwood. An experimental planting of blight-resistant Chinese Chestnut trees will be made in Davy Crockett HD Club Meeting Conducted in Home Mrs. C. C. Elliot was hostess to incmberti of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club nt her home Friday afternoon ulth two guests, Mrs. W. R. McCnnn and Mrs. Hugh Dixon. Luncheon was sewed ureceeding tiie business session, in which Mr.s. F. H. Parrish presided. Mrs. R. L. Aclkinson gave the devotional. Reports were ylven by other members. Luncheon Given For Veach Family Fourteen uucsts attended a lunch- con given ill tin- home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vi'iu'ii yesterday for ilirmhers of their family nnd friends. Mr*. Ni'Oloy Lewis. Mr. nml Mrs. C. Lesvis nncl Billy Lewis, all of Manila, attended, liilly Lewis, now in the Nnvy, .has just returned from Korea, nm! Is visiting his family before rclnrning to, service. He is to be still limed in Alaska. Rosebuds, .shading from deep rrlmsnn to pale pluk formed bouquets on the dining room table and throughout the living room. Masterpoint Game Played by League i , ! j Monthly masterpoiiit game was; conducted Saturday afternoon at! | Hotel Noble for members of the' Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, when a seven table Howell movement began at 1 p.m. j Mrs. George Wiggs and Mrs W.! I A. Affllck won first place, with fiec- j j ond going to Mrs. Samuel P. Morris and Mrs. A. H. Wallace, and third'; going to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and; Mrs. Prank Grigsby. i O. S. Crowell and Harry W. j Haines won fourth place, nnd fifth 1 place went to Mrs. Matt Monagtinnj and Mrs. Hurry W. Haines. United States since the blif executive board meeting. Mrs. Harry Kirby entertains members of the Wednesday Club. Mrs, James Roy is hostees to members of Chapter "D" of PEO with Mrs. W. M. Lawshe as co- 10 Dogw : ood Home Demonstration j National Forest. Forest Ranger Or- Club has meeting at the club. i ™ w - Hanson says this will be the Mrs. Cornelius Modinger is hast- I flr s' Chestnut planting in Texas ess to members of the Town and' and . he believes, the first in the Country Club. Mrs. Harold Nunn Is hostess to members of the CIB Club: Club Eight meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Deltpnian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Thursday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the church with Mrs. E. E. Hardin and Mrs. J. C. Sud- buryl IN THE PROBATE COURT FOB THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTERS OF THE ESTATE OF . No. 2178 H. L. BYARS, DECEASED NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AS EXECUTRIX Last known address of decedent: Duplicate Bridge League members 15tn West Chickasawba Avenue, meet nt Hotel Noble. Blytheville, Arkansas Mrs. Edgar Borum Is hostess to! Date of Death: March 22, 1953. members of the Thursday Contract An instrument dated the 25th day Club. °f May, 1943, was on the llth day Mrs. Clarence Webb Is hostess to I of April, 1953 --'~'"- J * •'•••••• six ((j) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they *!i:i!l be forever barred and predurled from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 13 day of April, 1953. Pett Byars Executrix Estate of H. L. Byars. 1501 West Chickasawba Avenue, Blytheville, Arkansas Taylor & Sudbury, attys, for Executrix. •i LAST TIMES TODAY -Plus- Paramount News & Cartoon At the Hospitals Blylhevillc Hospital Dismissed: Jonn Pcrrytin, City Mrs. lulus E. Nichols, and bnby, City Mrs. Joyce Humphrey, Ponoloc, Mich, Jim Lunsford, City Mrs. John I-lardin, City (.he La Nueve Club. Kibitzer Club is being entertained by Mrs. Johnny White. Mrs. Gilbert Smtyhe is hostess to members of the 1^:2 Bridge Club. Mrs. Byron Morse is to entertain the Thursday Club. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry is to be hostess to members of the Mid\Veek Club. Mrs. T. H. Caraway is hostess to the GEO Club, .dmltfced to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned hus been appointed Executrix thereun- der. A contest oE the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit tliem. duly If you coat the bottoms of pots and pans with soapsuds before using them in outdoor cooking; it will be easy to wash off the soot Inter. By Sue Burnett Here is a charming afternoon style that flatters a woman's figure. So cool because it's collarlcss, and if you like, make the graceful iving sleeves for a different version. Pattern t No. 8960 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 34, 36, 33, 40, 42, 44. 46, 48. Sizes 36, 3!i yards of! 39-inch. . For this pattern, send 3Qc tn COINS, your name, address, *,zt desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 370 Quincy St., Chicago 6, I1L Don't miss the new Ensic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. Its j a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pat-tern printed inside the book 25 cents. 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