The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 6, 1953
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PAGE TWO Society New* BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATUTffiAT, TONE 8, P»t Mullins. Society Editor / Pliou* 4461 PEO Sisterhood Has Annual Picnic Mr. «ntl Mrs. E. B. Gee enter- 1 tained with a swimming party at their home last evening for members of chapter "D" of PEO and their husbands. Thirty six members attended the annual affair. Out-of-town puests included Mr. 1 snd Mrs. A. B. Cunningham of Baltimore. Md., who are the house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Later in the evening a buffet •upper was served on the terrace. Dr. W. T. Rainwater, E. F. Still. Jack Hale and Bob Logan were Inisted by B. A. Lynch as new "BIL's" — husbands of members. Mrs. R. A. Porter is president of the group. Vendredi Club ! Is Entertained Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson was hostess at the Razorback Drive-In last evening to members of the Vendredi Bridge Club and three additional Included In the guest list were Mrs. Don Kerbough, Miss Barbara Smith and Miss Betty Nell Holland. Pint rosebuds in bud vases centered the small tables, from which a dessert course was served pre- ih fp I ni " * ' or red I with a bouquet of pink rose buds I Interspersing verbenas. In the bridge games, Mrs. Max Walters won high score, with second going to Miss Holland and bridge to Mrs. Kerbough. Mrs. Pollock Is Hostess to Club Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr.. was hostess Thursday evening at her home to members of the Friday Contract Club. Instead of the regular Friday afternoon meeting. Guest of the club members was Mrs. Bancroft Terry. In the evening's bridge games, •first place went to Mrs. G. O. Poeti, second went to Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker and bridge went to Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Mixed bouquets adorned tables at vantage points, throughout the entertaining rooms. Refreshments were served at the close of the games. FIVE GENERATION'S — Shown in the arms of his great-great grandmother, Mrs. Hulda Markham, (seated! is Dan Wallace Bunch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bunch, Standing (from lefti are his grandfather. Clifton L. Abbott, his great grandmother, Mrs. Dave Abbott, and his mother. Mrs. Bunch, all of Blytheville. Coming Events Business Meeting Conducted by Club A business meeting was conducted Monday last ' ni 8 nt b y members of the Stitch Women's Missioni'iry Union of i a»d Chatter Club at the home of the First Baptist, Church meet for ( Mrs, Cecil Gray, when she enter- 1 p.m. covered dish luncheon ful- tinned at Gosnell. Mrs. Terry Prevost presided In the session, In which plans were made for a trip to RecLfoot Lake. Mrs. Bill Pat ton and Mrs. James Mir.cll assisted the hostess In serving a salad course to the members. Roses combined with assorted hummer flowers formed mixed bouquets throughout the entertaining rooms. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Pete Hardesty, City Mra. J. T. Richie, Luxora Mrs, Hazel Smith, City Mrs. W. H. Stovall, City Mrs. Edward Evans, City Linda Johnson, City Mrs. Bailey Tarpley, City Gay Young Matchmates lowed by 2 p.m. nnd Royal Service program at the church. Mrs. Hubert Seymore is hostess to members of the Katie HuUon _ ,_ Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the church. Members of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church meet in civcU-s at, the homes of members as follows: Circle One with Mr.s. R. F. Klrshnnr with Mrs. H. TT Kidtl RS co-hostess at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Two with Mrs. Gordon Harris at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Three with Mrs. M. F, Day Sr., with Mrs. Herman Oilen as co-hnstcss at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Four with Mrs. H. H. Houchins nt- 2:30 p.m.; Circle Five with Mrs. Dick Shanks with Mrs. Max Walters as co-host ess nt 8 p.m.; nnd Circle Six with Mrs. D. B. Mclllwnin at a p.m, Business Women's Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church have meeting at the home of Mrs. Idell Lowe nt 612 Lilly, nt 7:30 p.m. All Circles of the Altar Society ot Catholic Church of Immaculate Conception have final Ronernl meet,- ing of the season at the- school at 2:30 p.m. Faith Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of Christ- Ian church hns meeting with Mrs. ,J. A, Luekett with Mrs. J, C. Ellis, progam leader ai 2 p. in. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., is hostess to t;ro PI'O! Mr. and Mrs. Rex Griffin are the parents of their first child, a son, who was born at the Walls Hospital yesterday. He has been named Michael Allen. Mrs. Griffin is the former Miss La Verne Theisen of St, Joseph, Minn. Maj. and Mrs. Willard H. Pease of Chicago. III., arrived Uome yesterday, after Major Pease received his discharge at Ft. Breckinridge, Ky. He was with the signal procurement office in Chicago. They are guests of Mrs. Pease'fi patents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lay son. Mrs. A. L. Lewis will leave tomorrow by plane for her home in Hallwood, Vn., after spending the winter months with her daughter, Mrs. Gc.orge D. Pollock, Jr., and Mr. Pollock. Patsy Derrick of Little Rock, whose family formerly lived in Blytheville, hus arrived to be the guest of Delores Harris, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gordon Harris, for a week . The Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Kidd and family will have as their guests tomorrow evening, Dr. and Mis A. W. Dicks of Memphis. Dr. Dicks will he guest speaker at the Sunday evening union services at the First Christian Church. Mr.s J. B. Ross of Bolton, Miss,. I and Mr. and Mrs. James Ross and | children, Jimmy and Joe, of Mem- j phis are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. j James L. Guard for several weeks. Miss Eloise Richardson left last night for Hollywood, Calif., where she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Carl D. Hall, and will attend the wedding of their daughter. Miss Marion Hall, June 13. After visiting j in Los Angeles, she will return j home by plane. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mahon have returned from two weeks vacation in Memphis and Big Springs, Mo. They also visited in Zalma, Mo., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dinken. Mr. Dinken accompanied them to Hnyti where he is the guest of {\nother daughter. Mrs. Lester Bailey. "Hr'f A QUEEN, TOO-A ;-rnr helps d'splay the quail -•<; which won the title of * -^n of Paris models for ' I'lc F'^r, a student at the "Vris Manikins Pf^iol. S^e Is *ivc feet, seven inches toll and V-" n 23-inch waist. Tuesday Mrs. Harry Bogan is hostess to members of the Octave Club. N. N. Bridge Club is to be entertained by Miss Vivian Taylor. Trl-Town Bridge Club Is to be entertained by Mrs. Worth Holder. Yn rbro H. D. Club ha ssemi- monthly meeting. New Liberty Baptist WMU conducts meeting. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at the club. CVmrlevoix Chapter of DAR hns 1 p.m. luncheon at Hotel Noble with Mrs. C. R. Pcnn nnd Mrs. W. M. Williams ns hostesses. Wednesday Mrs, 3, C. Owens is hostess to members of Club Eight, Dogwood Home Demonstration Club meets. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. F. Scrape is hostess to the TLE Club. Love Group of the Christian'Wo- men's Fellowship of First Christian Church hits meeting with Mrs. C. L. Moore, with Mrs. George Cross as Friday Clubs Are Entertained Mrs. W. T. Rainwater onLerUiined members of two Friday Clubs at the Rustic Inn yesterday afternoon for dessert bridge. Gursts other than the chibs wen* Mvs. .Don Smith, Mrs. Bhm Heath and Mr.s. Hurry A. Haines. In the ftfternoon's bridge games. prizes for the Friday Club went to Mr.s. Oscnr Fcncller, first place, Mrs. Heath, second place; and Mrs. Bob Logan, bridgo. Prizes for the Friday Afternoon Club were awarded to .Mrs. Finn Harpole, Mrs. Dick J. White and Mrs. Bob Warren, first place, second, plrvce, and bridge. Bottle Memorial Annual Event NEW HAVEN. Conn, (J?) — This ciiy is perhaps the only place in the country which annually recalls the battle o/ Seicheprey, the first major land engagment involving United States troop in World War I. Seven platoons in a machine i battalion of the 102nd (Yankee) division, consisting cheifly of Nev, Haven men, were surrounded by Germans near Seichprey, France. A counter-attack rescued them after 80 had been killed. 150 taken prieon- ners and 400 wounded, Each year on the anniversary of the battle city officials take part in a ceremony on New Haven green. R prayer, after which Mrs. M. W. j Lewis presided during the business. | Mrs. Charles McWaters gave the dei votional. "How to Create Your Own I Happiness," after which Mrs. C. S. i Lemons offered prayer. Mrs. E. M. Eaton and Mrs. Charles Ne\vcomb served refreshments In the social hour which followed. Dorcas Class Has Business Meeting Members of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church wore entertained at the church Thursday afternoon with a business nnd social meeting. Mrs. Jessie Reeder gave the open- LITTLE LIZ— One reason for the popularity of panel shows is that everyone knows how to solve the other fellow's problems. ®N r *t .1.1, at ., 1.1 iiu.ii rtii-t HI 11 if I lupt: IVJ.MUI u. » ILII ivu a. i_n;ui ^t: 1^1 u.-wi tio nip with Mrs. Frank Brown as co-hostess, and Mrs. J. J. Morgan ns Wain leader nt 2 p. m. program leader at fl p. in. 8961 3-8 yri. By Sue Burnett ' Pull-skirted with tiny puffed sleeves and low round necks— adorable look-alikes that are bright and colorful. Pattern No. 8951 is n sew-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 11. 12. 13. 14, 16, 18. Size 12, 45. yards of 39- inch. ; Pattern No. 8961 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8 years. Size 4, 2% yards o! 38- inch. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, III. i Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer It's a complete spring sewing guide for : smart, practical wardrobes; gift pat- ] tern printed inside the book. 25 j cents. I REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair All Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Fhon .14M or 97.14 It cost less to dine out at the RAZORBACK SUNDAY < SPECIAL T APPETIZERS: FRESH VEGETABLE SOUP CHILLED TOMATO JUICE CHOICE OF ONE: ROAST TOM TURKEY willi SAGE DRESSING, GIBLET GRAVEY and CRANBERRY SAUCE CHOICE OF TWO: SWISS STEAK — CREOLE SAUCE HIJTTEREl) JUNE PEAS FRESH CORN ON THE COB SNOWFLAKE POTATOES Fresh Garden Salad • Latl.v Baltimore Cake CHOICE of TEA, MILK or COFFEE Hot Home Made Rolls SPECIAL —CHOICE CHICKEN e*nf\ 2 PCS., with French Fries, Salad * | ICE BOX PIES — CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS RAZORBACK DRIVE IN OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents Split-Second SATURDAY! 2 HITS! "TRIGGER TRAIL" Rod Cameron —SATURDAY OWL SHOW- •J^I«:4?»f|w!A'W£|iP;i Picture FREE \Ve invite everyone who is in the Drive-In for (he Regular .Show to stay for the OWL SHOW FREE OF CHARGE SUNDAY & MONDAY THE SCREEN'S STRANGEST LOVE STORY IDA LUPINO ROBERT RYAN tiotaMt ty JOHN HOUSEMMI • ducted t>» NICHOIAS RVf t Sminplly I I A. ... BEZZMDES ALSO CMITOOX Osceola News Bj BETTVE NELLE STARK Bridge Club Meet* Mrs. Don BlodBett was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday Club Tuesday afternoon. Guesifi playing with the members were Mrs. Wallace Hoke, Mrs. Ralph Shelby and Mrs. Bill Frazier. Mrs. Dan Fergus won high score, Mrs. W. J. Denton won second. Sandwiches and iced drinks were served at the conclusion of the bridge games. Mrs. Sejraves Hostess Mrs. Edward Scgraves entertained her Wednesday Bridge Club. All members were present. Summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Jack Wilson was high score winner, Mrs. Segraves served a dessert course. Mrs. Speck Hostess Mrs. Mdvin Speck was hostess to her Monday night Bridge Club All the members were present. Summer garden flowers graced the small tables in the living room and sun parlor. Mrs. Wade Quinn won high score and Mrs. Zeke Pollard won second. Assorted parti foods and iced drinks were served Personals Mrs. Effie Ooetz flew home Friday from Washington, D. C., whe she went .to spend two weeks with her son, Maj. Tommie Ooetz, who arrived there from Alaska whe he has been stationed for the past three years. Maj. Goetz will be stationed at Pensacola, Fla., in the future. He will arrive in Osceola on June 19 for a short visit with hi mother and friends before reporting to the Florida base. He will be accompanied by his wife. Mrs. Ed Caya and daughtc Leigh Wildy. returned to the home in Cleveland, Miss., after several days visiting with relatives They were accompanied home by Vin Speck, who will spend a wee' with them. Bill Dillard and John Herring are home for the summer from Baylor College in Waco, Tex., Bill Alex ander from the University of Ar kansas is also home. Andy Young, Een Dean Hatcher and Harlai Starr, who attended Memphis State came home Tuesday. Harlan leaves Monday to attend Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. Miss Janette Bowcn is home from Southwestern. Bettye Joe Crosth wait from Memphis State and Yocotion Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature Queen Of The t [WildWest_Show!l BAM .nPHESTON FOSTER-MEIVYN DOUGLAS —PLUS— Serial: Gang Busters Cartoon: Rock-A-Bye Bear SUN -MON Double Feature DAVID ^ ROGERS NiVEN ALAH LAUD-DEBORAH KM CBmESBOYEKORINHECALVCT J»me« Fielder from th» University of Mississippi are home lor the summer. BllUe Gaines Mann is home from Arkadelphla. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Earl Speck, students at the University of Arkansas, are spending the summer with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Speck and Mr. and Mvs. Wick Hall ofJKelser. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pendergrass, Mrs. J .J. Burns' and son, Jerry, will leave Sunday for a two weeks stay In Blanchard Springs, Ark. Mr. Burns will Join them the following week end. Seaman apprentice Doyle Dunn arrived Thursday to spend two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Dunn. Doyle has finished his boot training at San Diego and will return there aftct his leave. Mrs. Hoy E. Howell of Jonesboro, sister of Mrs. A. A. Adams, spent j several days in Osceola during the week. Mrs. Tony Phillips, Mrs. John Ed Phillips and Mrs. Billy Chiles spent Wednesday In Memphis. Warren Welnberg will return Formosa Gttt Htlp TAIPEH. Formosa (/Ft — Foreign aid supplies valued at more than $93,000,000 were imported into Formosa in 1952, the U. S. Mutual Security agency announced In Taipeh. The list was topped by more than $23.000,000 worth of fertilizer! and $12,000,000 worth of petroleum, oil and lubricants. home Sunday from Washington University to spend his summer vacation with his parent*. Mrs. Joe Cullom, Jr., drove to Nashville, Tenn., Thursday to return her daughter. Miss Joanne Cullom, and Miss Mary Ami Grain to their homes in Wilson. The two girls attended Vanderbilt this year. I'll Be Here Soon! "Frosty" ALSO METRO NEWS IS FOUNDED ON CHRIST June Brides and Silver-Haired Couples Alike Find Regular Church Attendance Welds the Bonds of Love. Make Each Lord's Day Family Day by attending all the Services of the Church! Sunday School 9:40 a.m. Training Union 7 p.m. Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. Evening Worship 8 p.m. (Broadcast on KLCN) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8th & Walnut Biytheville, Ark. Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Kiti * Ro*7 Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starrue. SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Serial: Secret Code & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY _.- M^ J •oof**/* CLARK j? GABLE IS TERRIFIC AS THE FOREIGN NEWS MAN WHO FIGHTS FOR HIS CAPTIVE BRIDE... GENE TIERNEY €»O Also Paramount News & Cartoon KHz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Hoyt lirown & Family Mr. & Mrs. Charles ttrogdon & Family Mr. & Mrs. Claude G. Rrilcy & Family Miss Betty I'rcsneli

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