The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1953 · Page 1
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FAiBTTTO Socleuj, Put Mullins, Society Editor 9 (AnK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAT 2, 1958 Piion* 4461 Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. Clyde Patton entertained «t her home with a dessert bridge last night for members of I>io Vendredi Bridge Club with an extra table of guests. American Beauty and Talisman roses formed large bouquets throughout the entertaining rooms. Kosebuds in bud vases formed Ihe centerpieces for card tables, from which she served a dessert course preceding the bridge games. Guests included Miss Betty Ann Harber, Miss Betty Nell Holland, Mrs. J. L. VVestbrok, Jr., ad Miss Barbara Smith. In the evening's bridge games, Miss Harber won high score and Mrs. Weslbrook won second high among the guesls. Mrs. A. S. Harrison won high score, and Mrs. Dick Shanks won second place In the club. Bridgo went to Mrs. Hank Dodd. May Day Fellowship Meeting Conducted at Methodist Church Guest Is Honored With Luncheons Mrs. W. H. Morse, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, has been honoree at a series of two events this week. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was hostess for a mother and daughter luncheon on Tuesday, an<i yesterday Mrs J. A. Leech entertained with a luncheon and bridge. Guests were seated in the dining room of the Leech home for luncheon, where a spring bouquet set the theme. In the afternoon they played bridge with Mrs. John White of Osceola and Mrs. Charles Afflick. Jr., winning first and second places. Mrs. Boyd White, also of Osceola. was a guest at the affair. Those attending the mother and daughter party .given Tuesday were Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr., Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mrs. R. D. Hughes and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, Jr., and Mrs. Byron Morse and Mrs. W. H. Morse. Forming the centerpiece f or Mrs. Isaacs' luncheon table was an arrangement of lilies of the valley and purple Japanese iris. Tulips and roses formed other arrangements throughout the house. Guests spent the afternoon in informal entertainment. The annual May Fellowship Day program and tea, with a meeting of Blythcvillc Council of Church Women, was conducted at the First Methodist Church yesterday. An election of officers was 'held during (he business session, in which Mrs. C. M. Gray presided. An executive board meeting preceded the regular meeting. During ' the session. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, secretary, nnd Mrs. John McHaney, ! treasurer, presented their reports. I Mrs. W. J. Fitzhilsh gave the cor- i rection? and additions to the by- j laws, and the constitution was accepted. Mrs. Gray was re-elected president, and will serve In 1953-54 wlih Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh, first vice president: Mrs. Leon Wilson, second vice president; Mrs. Hildrcd Bunch, recording secretary: Mrs. A. A. Frcdrickson, publicity chairman: Mrs. O. J. Rogers, chairman of church women: Mrs. Roy Walton, chnirman of Christian social relations: Mrs. Blan Heath, chairman of Christian world relations: Mr J, C. Lowe, chairman o( Chrlstla. world missions, and Mrs. J. E. Kil- lelt, chairman of well-child clinics In other business, the 1BS2 report for the United Council of Church Women was given, showing 18,000 observances, $374.000 offerings for missions, 1.000,000 pounds of material aid, such as blankets, and layettes, and $75,000 offerings for relief and p<jace. Two new church groups were accepted in the council. Yarbro Methodist and Promised Land Methodist and two church groups were guests Half Moon Methodist, and members of the First Church of the Nazarene. The budget for Ihe coming year was presented by Mrs. John McHaney, and accepted. Mrs. William Wyatt and Mrs. Hugh Whitsltt re cetvcd the offering. Mrs. Freeman Robinson gave .. full report on .the work done during the past year in the well-child clinic. Halters Are Tops Tea, Program Given By Dell FHA Club DELL — The Future Homemak- er.s of America Club of Deli High. School entcrtnincd their mothers ,vith n tea nnd progrnm Wednesday night at the High School and- torlum. Dorm Gale Smith, Frances Cnr- icr, Patsy Burford, Barbara Matheny, Sandra Byars, Merle Tucker, Carolyn Snell, Mary Louise Manly, Ellen HarvtR and. Agnes Walker were presented the Junior •lomemakers degree. An installation of new officers 'ollowed the presentation of de- gres. Officers are Sylvia Bowers, M-esldent; Dianne Buck, first vice president; Lavern Rigby, third vice president; LoretU Sigmos, secretary; Frances Garner, trens- irer; Margaret. Whistle, historian; and Maurine Dobbs, reporter. A fashion show was, presented atcr in the evening, showing for- nals, afternoon dresses, school dresses nnd play clothes made by he students. Following the conclusion of the n'ogrnni, the girls entertained -heir mothers with a lea. 8578 11-20 By Sue Burnett A beloved style with Juniors (or summer Wear Is the halter neckline sundress that bares your bnck to the sun. This exciting version hus a brief bolero that buttons on. Pattern No. 8578 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12,13. 14, 16. 18, 20. Size 12 dress, 4',i yards of 38-inch; bolero, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Cjuincy St., Chicago 6, 111. pon'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. Just Arrived! , Spring & Summer HALF SIZE DRESSES Sizes UVi to 26i/i Values {row 7.95 to 12.95! CLARA'S SHOP Central Teachers JAre Dinner Guests Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. Lloyd Stickman, Mrs. John Avends, Mrs. Alex Shelby, Mrs. Eric Whitley nnd Mrs. Jnnics Terry were hostesses last night at the Taylor home for a dinner party honoring the teachere nt Central School. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner and! Mrs. R. A. Berryman were on the j guest list nlso. I Roses, iris .daisies and other spring flowers were used In the living room, dining room, and den, where guests were entertained. Forming the centerpiece for the dining Uible were blue and yellow Dutch iris Interspersed with .vhite daisies. Place c.ardfi were adorned with May baskets filled with miniature flowers. They spent the evening after dinner informally. PEO Sisterhood Has Meeting Mrs. C. E. Crlgger entertained at her home yesterday afternoon for members ol Chapter "N" of the PEO Sisterhood, for their regular semimonthly business and program meeting. Instead of the usual program given for members, Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. Rlley B. Jones, who were in Little Rock last week for the Arkansas State PEO Convention, gave reports on the meeting., Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., presided over the regular order of business during the afternoon. Mrs. Crlggcr served a dessert course with iced drinks later in the afternoon. She used a mixture of colorful spring blossoms to decorate hdr entertaining rooms. Contract Club Meets in Home Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan entertained members of the Friday Contract Club yesterday, with two guests, Mrs. J. G. Trleschmann and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger. Red roses combined with honeysuckle formed the floral arrangements used in the living room, where guests played bridge and were served refreshments during the afternoon. Mrs. Russell C. Farr won first place nnd brldgo in the games, with second going to Mrs. G. O. Poet?,. Ruth Class Meets In Mitchell Home Miss Melba Hill presided at the meeting of members of the Ruth Class of the First Baptist Church, when they met at the home of Mrs. W. \V. Mitchell. A guest for the occasion, was Mrs. Marvin Llpford, a former member*. She was presented iv gift by the group. Miss Peggy Gilmer gave the prayer, and Mrs. Mitchell pave the devotional. Refreshments were served following an evening of Informal entertainment. SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature GENEAlim j7TTil£3J*'^ fc U* SERIAL: Secret Code and CARTOON: "What's Sweepin" SUNDAY & MONDAY ALU JOIIN9OH HHNCT Kosrns i_ «„ i, NUNNAU.Y JOHNSON Para. News & Cartoon: Hysterical History RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Donald Deskln Mr. & Mrs. ,). H. Smart Mrs. Maude Cassidy Mr. & Mrs. Harmon L. Ellis Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Smith have Just returned from Montgomery, Ala., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. J. O. Wea'lh- crs, Mr. Weathers, their son, Jimmy, and infant daughter, Alice Jean. Mrs. Elza Wheeler, Mrs. Denny Hammond, and Mrs. J. M. Besharse were in Memphis Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. M. Turner of Dewitt, Ark.. Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Josephine Roilison, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black left today for Drew, Miss.,. where they will spend the week end visiting their daughter, Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, and Mr, Geeslin. , Will Whltnor. Freddy Mullins and M. P. Harris are among students from Arkansas State College, who are spending the week end with their parents. Judge and Mrs. Roy K. Harper and daughter, Kate, of St. Louis were the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black last night. Gleaners Class Conducts Meeting Mrs. W. E. Wallace was hostess and Mrs. Josephine Roilison was co-hostess Thursday night to members of the Gleaners Class of the First Baptist Church, when 10 members and one guest, Mrs. C. M. TuiHer of Dewitt, Ark., attended. * Mrs. Walter Bishop offered prayer and Mrs. C. L. McWaters presided over the business. Mrs. H. C. Walls gave the devotional. The class presented Mrs. Wallace a going away gift. Following the closing prayer, refreshments were served. Dell Club Names Who's Who List' DELL — Margaret Ann Whistle was elected "Miss FHA" in a Who's Who contest conducted at Dell High School this week by members of the Future Homemakers of America Club. Others winning honors were Cnr- ol Ann Ladner ,most courteous; Peggy Johnson, best sportsmanship; Margaret Whistle, prettiest and best all around; Shirley Peterson, cutest; Peggy Blair, wittiest; Carolyn Brlnkley, most talented; best personality, and most popu- ar; Maurine Dobbs, most likely to be a home economics teacher, nost likely to succeed, most studious and best seamstress; Ola Rae Tweedle, most likely to be a lousewlfe; and Shirley Peterson, cutest figure, neatest, and best dressed. , * Annual Party Given 3y Gosnell Juniors Members of the Gosnell High School Junior Class held their annual party Tuesday night at Bard, with 25 attending the weiner •oast. Games were played during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White were chaperones for the af- air. Rend Courier News Classified Ads r FLIGHTY MISS - Crowned •"Miss Power Flight," to celebrate the 50th anniversary of powered flight, Norma Randall of Los Angeles holds a model of the D-558-2 Skyrocket, the fastest plane ever flown. I Coming Events Monday Members of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church has 2:30 p.m. business-program meeting at the church. The Wesleyan Service Guild meets at the church at 7:JO p.m. Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church has meeting at home of Miss Maxine Hill. BWC Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church has meeting with Dr. Edna Nies at 7:30 pjn. Executive board of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church have meeting at the church at 2:30 p.m. Lake Street Methodist WSCS meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Country Club Bridge Tournament Is to begin at the Club. Members of Circles One and Two ot the WMTJ of Trinity Baptist Church conduct business meeting at the church. Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh is hostess to members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at the parish house. Mrs. Chet Brown is hostess to members of the study group of the First Christian Church. Mrs. W D. Cobb is co-hostess. Mrs. Eric Whit- Icy is progrnm leader, and Mrs. R. M. Beck is worship leader. Tuesday East Side Garden Club meets with Mrs. D. B. Abbott at 2:30 p.m.. Ladies Auxiliary of the meets with Mrs. Ed Bunch. La Petite Club has meeting with Mrs. Arthur Vance. American Legion Auxiliary merts at the American Legion Hut. Country club Duplicate League's Tournament ends. Mrs. Dale Briggs Is hostess to members of the Trl-Town Bridge Club. Timka Bunco Club meets With Mi's. Carroll Lnrkin. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon Is hostess COMING! TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY May 5th & 6th Adm. 50e—Children under 12 FREE with Parents tOV(? HOMtt . ..Wliil nimbi) un thij tovi In « IdjJ •Inn im'Ww" It lt)irol»Uil.;.*hin m*nn III M llirenii j| fin t.id iidii wfc« Mr Imi (ftiUi«-«irf nhil ibi Mltrni nrol UwmtL. Class Meeting Is Held in Home Members of the Eu/eliun Class ol the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. A. T. Hays at 713 Pecan Thursday evening for a potluck supper and business- program meeting. * Mrs. Houston Hillls was . Introduced as a hew member of the class, after which Mrs. James Fisher gave the devotional followed by prayer by Mrs. William Ellis. Following a brief business session, they spent the evening In- At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. M. Regenold, Armorel Mrs. John Lendennie, City' Odell Moore, Armorel to members of the Tuesday Bridge Club. Wednesday Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., is hostess to members of the CIB Club. Mrs. Marvin Nunn is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Tnursday Mrs. H. H. Houchins is entertaining members of the Mid-Week Club. Members of the Thursday Club meet at the Country Club. Mrs. Otto Scrape is hostess to members of the TLE Club. Mrs. Henry Humphreys is to entertain members of the Thursday Contract Club. Hotel Noble is the scene of Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Mrs, J. C. Ellis is hostess to mem- b&s of GEO Club. Since rubbish Is a fire hazard. keep all such material In covered, galvanized steel garbage cans until it is ready to be disposed of. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At AD Times S'A"T." Double Feature Wf fAST SlOt KgtS *$"*$ —I'LUS— 1 REFIILiC SERIAL:' Gang Busters CARTOON: Bee on,Guard SUN-MON Double Feature ;>LUS— Also Metro News WHEN YOU THINK OF THINK OF UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Lending legal reserve, old-line companies, approved by every state in the Union nnd Cnnada. All forms, Including Low Cost Atito nnd Fire Insurance. Quick settlements. Real Savings on Car and'Fire Insurance A. F. 'Dee' Dietrich Manager t. 106 So. 1st Ingram Bld(. I'hone 6*12 •When milk bottle* are emptied. rinst 1 out with cold wator to remove trncei of milk. Then rinse with very hot water. If bottle contained sour cream or buttermilk and is to be used again In the home, soak with a cold water and borax solution. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Donnie Mae Melvin, is warned to appear In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Clarence Leon Melvln. . witness my hand, as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, on this 1st day ot May, 1953. Geraldlne Liston, Clerk By Laverne Ball, D.C. Frank C.^Douglas, atty. 5i2-g-i6-23 IN THE PROBATE COURT FOB THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OP No. 2183 DAISY GREEN, DECEASED NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AS EXECUTOR Last known address of decedent: 408 South Franklin Street,, Blytheville. Arkansas. Date of Death: 30th day of August. 1948. Instruments dated 27th dav of June, 1941 and 2nd day of July, 1947, respectively, were on the 1st day of May, 1953 admitted to probate as the last will and codicil thereto of the above-named decedent, and th» undersigned has been apolnted M Executor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will and the codicil thereto can be efected only by Illing a petition within the Mini provided by law. All persons having claims i\galnit the estate must exhibit the;n, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (6) months from the date ot the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice liret published th» * day of May, 1953. B. H. (Ted) Green, Executor of the Estate of Daisy Green, Deceased, 40$ South Franklin Street, Blythevllle, Arkansas Taylor & Sudbury, attys. lor Executor. . S|2-9 • Puppies • • Parakeets • • Kittens • • Canaries • • Tropical Fish* The PET SHOP Mrs. N. G. Jerome 433 S. 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