The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 26, 1951
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PAGE FOUR ST,YTHKVTt,U6, (ARK.) COtmiKR MTtfS TffCMDAY, JTTLT M, tOfft odetu, Jane Shellon, Society Editor >r W Phone 4461 Mrs. Jack Webb Becomes Bridge Club Member Mrs. Jack Webb was introduced u * new number of the C1B bridge club !a«t night at the weekly meet- Ing of tru group for which Mis* Betty Blact was hosless al her home on West Main. MLss Barbara Monay.hiui was thei only guest Jor the occasion. Zinnm floated in bowls .spaced about an entertaining room in which the guests were sealed. Mr.s. W H. O'Keele wen high score, Mrs. Webb .second hi^h and Miss Monaghai], bridge, Mrs. Paitlow Hosless For Afternoon of Bridge Mis. H, G, P.irtlow yesterday was hoste-w «t her home on Kentucky for an afternoon of bridge entertaining Club Eight and two guests, Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs, S. C. Oft ens. Mixed summer blcoms decorated the rooms ol the home used fur the occasion. Mrs. Logan was first phice winner, with Mr.s. Charles C. LfuiR- ston taking second high and Mrs. Oweiis bridgo. • A fruit drink was served by the hosless, Mrs. Green Is Guest With TIE Club Mrs. R. E. Green was invited to be a guest with members ol the, TLE Club ](ut nlghl when Mrs? Jerry Scrape was hosiers at her home for the weekly session.' Mis. Otto Scrape won high score in the bridge game with Mrs. Jerry Scrape taking second high and Mrs, Baker Turner, bridgo. MM. Scrape .served refreshments during the evening. • * • Rainbow Girls Have Visitors Members or ;n» Ulythcvllle nnd Osceola Chapters of the Order of the Rainbow girls marked on* of the outstanding evcnlj or the year Monday night with Grand Officers Night and the official visit ol the Worthy Grand Advisor. The affair was held at the Ma-•on:o Temple with the En*tern star being hostess for the banquet preceding the activities In which Dixie t Ann Walker of Eureka Springs was Introduced at Worthy Grand Advisor. , Patty Scott WM InlHftto* Into the Blytheville Chapter, Other Grand Officers attending were, SuKl Lewis, Port Smith, grand drill lender; Joy Faith Summers. Paragould. grand ckiaplnln; Wllla Jo Bullard, Marianne grand taith; Kara Frances Joyner, West Helena, grand representative; Norma Wtl- •ori; Helena, grand recorder; Mrs. Addle Joyner, West Helena, sub- supreme deputy. Receiving th« grand appointment from Osceola were, Joyce Cannon, grand represent at ive; Earnest ine "Willingh&m, grand page and Ban- €tta Brown ^and Evelyn Fletcher. Brand choir. From Blytheville rere, Ntta Rose Hall, grand repersentatlve; Pat Hearn, grand page; Carol Ann Bailey, «ntt Alene Wimberley, grand choir. Mrs. W. D. Cobb serves i\s mother-advisor of the Blytheville Chapter, and Mrs. John Ix>we is mother- adx'taor for the Osceola group. New Lines For A Casual ,* T T, wtj^s^wwsxmwti Baptists Plan Revival Meeting The Hcv. Henry W. Wooten of Coluiiilins, Ky., w'lll bp^in a series of revival meetings July 30 at Itie Clear Lake Baptist Church, the Rev. J. K. Cox. minister of the chinch ritmowiced today. Tlin rtcv. Mr. Woolen Is a runner pastor of the church. Services will he held dally at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 I m. and will continue through Aug. IS. Bits of News Supper-Meeting Held at Church A visitation s|]|>poPM?V'!tinK of Oin [ J hpbc;i!i ol the fiaptlsl Church was held Yuc.stlny nifthl at :lic chinch, with Mrs. Harvey Chap- nan conducting the session. Prayers wore Riven during the n'enlm! hy Mrs. Herman Wahl and Mr*. Hairy Rogan. Miss Bclty Doddi and Kay Shearin win leave tomorrow lor Searcy to b« the weekend guests of Miss Millie Clmmtx.'r.s, a .student at Hard- Ing College. Condition nl Mrs. T. B O'Keefe who is a patient at Memphis Meth- rjclist Hospital is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mi«, l.un.sfrnd C, Bntnt- ley Jr., of Nashville, Tenn., are the parents of a -v>n, J.unsford Culver Brantlcy HI, born July 1-1 at Vanderbilt In Nashville. Mrs. lirantley Is the former Miss Julia Swlnk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. VV. C. Swiiik of ilfyttievillr. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Slaughter have returned Lo their honie hi Memphis after speruiiiiK several days as Kucsls of Mrs. Cora Anderson and family. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIE* Mot BY EDGAR MARTW VW«WV» I . - W«'% TVtWV C* WILSON NEWS Hy Mrs. H. F. Roy leu Mrs. Janie.s Davis and daughter. I Anders of Keiscr will attend the Seaman third class and Mr.s. Clyde Bobbie l/in, have returned to their baseball games In St. Louis today Ilollis will leave tomorrow for Uieir j hrjm« in New Orleans after sprnd-j and Friday, home in Chicago after spending ten I i»g last week with her sister, Mrs. ' A. E. Clark, and family. Mrs, Clark By Sue Burnett A well tailored shlrtwals^er that designed for flattery the year £iround. Yoke and .sleeves arc cut in one (or comfort, and If you like three quarter sleeve t-s provided Note th« unusual shaped pocket. Pattern No. 871B Is R sew-rlte perforated pnllcrn in alzwi 14, 16, 18. 20; 40. 42. 44, 4tt. Sr/e 16, 4H ••lu-ds of 3fl-inch. For thi* pal tern, send 30c In COINS, your nnine,, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Cnuricr News, 312 W. Quiiiey Street, Chicago, 6. 111. Send 25 cents today for the Fall ami Winter FASHION. -IB pages of .smart, easy to sew styles; Interesting features; fashion news Gift patterns printed Inside the book. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Duplicate Hritt&e League tneellng at Hole! Noble 7:30 p.m. Frlrtaj LndiM Bible Class of Tirsl Melli- oclist Church has 3 p.m. se.ision at the rluircii Mrs. Ed Hnrdln, Mrs. .i G Sudbury, Sr., HIK! Mrs. O. C. Gai^Ice hostesses. Mr.s. Houaril Johnson hosier to Slilcli and Cliatler Club SntunlAy Dupl'fnte Ili'UlRp I.enijiLe playitig al llutel Noble. 1:30 p.m. Vacation Date For Club Told Aug. 21 through Aug. 27 were the datr.s iniide known for the yearly vacation to.the mountains yesterday at tlie bl-monthly, .session of the D o g w o u ri Home Demonstration Club. Mr*,- P. 8. Parker nnd Mrs. Ben Craig were hofiiesi-efl to the elfilit members amt one Kuest, Mr*. Florence Perkins, for the session opened with group singing led by Mr.s. Mary Scrape. Mrs. Parker gave A scrlptme rending followed with prayer by Mrs. Lucy Koonce. f Poultry leader Mrs. Scraps pave 'lips on poultry raising followed by R discussion by warden leader Mrs Parker who .siwke on vegetable* for the tall garden, Aug. 3 was the date selefcted in the business xe.ssloii (oliowhig (or the annual chicken barbecue supper lo be pivrn by the club. Mrs. Hill hostesses served refresh incuts. Half Moon News Mrs. H. C. Buck Is a. pnticnl nt Memphis Hnptlst Hospital. Sully Bruwn and brother, Jerry are vLslttiiK their grandmother. Mr* Ala Smith and Mr. Smllh In Bir- rmti?hnin, Aln. R»yinond Wilson and family, Mr and Mrs. EarnesL Lee Baker are vKitmjr friend* LMi.flng. NUch. Mr and Mri. and relatives In Coy Tweec!l» nnd fnniily spent the past week in Fulton. Paul Hawkins of Columbia, Tenn.. has ut:cn visit Ing his brotlicr, R. L. HawkihR, Mrs. Hawkins and other relatives. Mis, B. B. Day and Mrs. C. W. GarrlRfin spent Tuesday In Memphis. days here as nue.sis of Mrs. ilollis' aiuil, Mrs. Charley Lutes and faintly. Mrs. W. A. llarretl and children, Betsy and Jeannle have arrived from Uie-lr home at Fort Hood, Tex., to make their home with Mrs. Har- rclls mother. Mrs, Cora Anderson. Mrs. Anderson accompanied them to Blytheville where they will make their hnine until Joining Sgl, Harrell. who is stationed In Germany. MLss Betty Hnrber and Miss Shir. Icy King sire in Memphis today. Ted, Pat and Tim Hewlett, Price (i/ Memphis are guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mr.s. Damon McLeod. Mr. and. Mis. Warren Price oE Memphis announce the birth j.-)! a daughter. Rebecca Lee, July M at, the Methodist Hospital. She is their loiirth child. Mrs. Price Ls the former Mi.v, Landis McLead of Blytheville. Mr. and Mr.s. Wplicr Gates are -i] lending the si mini ei months in Elizabeth. Arlc Mr*. B. Q. Ffcsler of Memphis Ls the hoi i St. 1 guest of her brother, J. C. Bills, and Mrs. Ellis at their home ii] Barfielri Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Morris and daughter Ann* Marie of Sltceslon arrived night to spend two week* with Mrs. Morris' parents. Mr. and Mr.s, Durwood Brashier. Peggy- Judy, PrLscllln and Charles Venn lef- Sunday for their home in MemphiA after spending tw> weeks here K.I guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. Their mother. Mrs. VV. K. Venn joined them here Sunday and accompanied them home. Mr. arid Mrs. John Price Walden and daughter, p»m. left this morn- Ing for their home In St. Louli art- Mrs. M. E. Wilkins and children At The Hospitals H.ythtvEllr 11<><ipl(»l 3i.Mul.sse<l- Jndy Yftrhro, Steele. Attmticla Blfickwell, Cil-y- An experimental factory ihlp IB »!ng used by n New England ftsh- .K concern. Fish are sliced and canerl on shipliuaid a.s soon as the fillets dozen tm- the i crumb I, and ywedlately. er upending R week here ^as guesU ol Mr. Walden'x mother, Mra. John Walden, The Rev. and Mrs. E. K. LnLtinu-r and daughter Jo Ann will arrive Tuesday from their home in Del Rio, Trx., lo be the house-guests ol Mr. and Mr.s. J. C. Ellis. The Rev. and Mr.s. Lattlmcr and daughter are formor Blylhcvlllc resident, the Rev. Mr. LRttlmer having served s\y minister of the First Christian Church. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Price left yesterday for their home in Kingsville, TPX after visiting with Mr. Price'* sister, Mrs, John Walden. White h«r* they also wera guests of hU mother. MM. M. A. Price of East Prarie, Mo. Mr. and Mrs, Willard Parrlsh left this morning for their home in Henderson, N.C.. after spending several dav.s with Mrs. Parrtsh's brother. Lln^v-ood Levk'li, Mrs. Lewis and Lhlldron accompanied them home. Fred Jamps Porter (.s visiting hi* sramliriOther, Mrs. f-XJla Porter in Ucl(;n». Mr%. Herman McDurucl, Mrs. Robert Cimnin^liam and children, Bobby and Hilly, and Mrs, Sterlinq Brig!??; and baby, nil of Cra\vfords- villc, «ere tlie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDiniel and family, Wednesday. Pfc. Eugene Nixon, who Is stationed at Kcc.slcr Fiold. BiJoxi, Miss., visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. W, 11. Nixon a few days last week. Mr. nnri Mis. Elstner Heal] and sons. John and Tommy, have returned home from I-'ayeUeUlle where they visited Mrs. Beall's brother the Rev. W. F. Cooley and family. They were accompanied to FayelteviUo by their niece, Miss Carole Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. Lovett visited his mother, Mrs. H{.!;ia Lovtsli, iti Slia\v, Miss., last week. Oilier relatives they visited were Mr. and Mrs. Billy l.ovett In Rulnvlllc and Mr. nnd Mr. 1 ?-. J. M. Lovett and family in Lambert. The I/)volt's sons. John ami Jim. stayed for a longer visit. The Itev. D. B. Bledsoe. and son Benny, Mrs. J. B. Lovett, Mrs. Buck F'errcU. La mar McDaniel, To j may Brist. Jean nnd PiiUsy Green well, Carole W hi taker and Peggy Zook \vili leave Thursday for RitlgccrefeL. N.C., where they will attend the last v;eek ol the three weeks Southern Baptist Training Union Assembly. They \vin return Aug. 2, During the Rev. Br. Bledsoe's absence, the Rev. A. F'. Muncy. pastor of the Lake City Baptist Church, and former pastor at Wilson, will conduct the evening service, Sunday. Tlie Rev Martin Reynolds, pa-stor of the Bap. list Mission Chapel will conduct the morning service. Mr?. K. M. Hurper ancl daughter, Junie. of Pine Bluff were the weekend gue.sts of their son and brother Marvin Reynolds. J. B. Lovett. \V. O. Harris. Curtis Miller of Wlfcnn and the Rev. F. O. and son, Daniel. Mr. aiui Mr.s. RO.SS Stevens left yesterday loi Nor fork Lake to spend the weekend. Mrs. M A v Price has returned to her home in East Prarle. Mo., afler visiting here with her daughter, Mr.s. John Walden. Mr.s. Billy King ami children, Ann Carol and Jimmy returned today from Pine Bluff where they had spent several days with Mr.s. King's sisicr, Mrs. Jack Adklsson, Mr. Adkis;.oti and family. Judge and Mr.s. Zn] B. Harrison Eire spending a week at Lake Nor- I r i r k. Johnnie and Lorcna have returned lo their home In Galveston, Texas, after spending last week with her sister. Mrs. Asa Porter, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams and daughter Jo Lee are visiting her sister. Mrs. C. B. Thomas in Lebanon, Mo., this week. Mr.s, D. B. Blcdsoe was honored on her birthday Sunday evening following L'hnrch service, when members of Die Rarksdale Sunday School Class of the Baptist Church entertained with a watermelon-cutting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray. Mrs. Bled.'w. who teaches the class, was presented gift. Members who attended were, Wayne Bussey, Mr. and Mrs. Car- .old Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Medliii. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Horace L<?e Wiff, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jones. The Rev. Mr. Btedsoe also was present. The Rev. and Mrs. Sam Watsou left Sunday night for & two-week vacation in Pine Bluff, Helena and Little Rock. BUI Rhodes returned home Sat- nday from Pine Bluff where he spent the past two weeks with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Wallin and family. Judy Carter was honored on her seventh birthday anniversary, Tuesday, when her aunt, Mrs. Asa Porter, entertained with a party at thp Porter home. Guests who attended were Barbara and David Dye. Tom my Coleman Medlin, Shirley Stuart, Randy and Sandra Brlgance, Billy Gnodson and Linda Porter. Abernathy Circle of the Baptist WMU met Monday evening nt the homo of Mrs. Russell Nash with Mrs. Chnrlea Leftwich as program! leader. Others on tlie program were' Mr.s, D. B. Blcriso» and Mrs. J. B Lovett ! Kathleen Mallory Circle met at ' the home of Mrs. William D. Brown | with Mrs. Stanley Pierce, as leader.; Mrs. Albert Greenwell, WMU j dent, was a gue-st. Taking part on j the program were Mrs. Lamar Me- j Daniel. Mrs H, G. Yates, Sr., Mr*. | Jack Trammel, Mrs. Ned Greenlee | and Mrs. C.V D. Price. ! Mrs. Tula Tyler was the guest of i her daughter, Mrs. Billy Frazier, In ; Victoria, Ark., last week, G. K. Adalr of CalodEnia, Mis. 1 ;., visited friends here the- week rnd. Mrs. Dora Merrell of Wilson and Mrs. Lee Wesson and children of Oficeolai arrived to their respective home, 1 ), Tuesday night, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wesson, Cape Cod and New York the past three- weeks. Jenny Wren i.i the guest o( Jane Bird In Little Rock this week. She phi* by her mother Mrs. Hudson Wren and sister Betty Carole. Mr. and Mrs, H. W. Gilbert and family have moved to Wilson from Memphis. Mr. Gilbert is a chemical ! engineer and is employed at Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., located at Evadale. The Gilberts moved in the ; [urnierly occupied by Mr.s. J. [' N Jerome and the late D,. Jerome, i RAVENNAi Neb . , APl _ _ U 'hen an Mr. an,'. Mrs. J. V. Robertson Air Porce [|jlol face[i with a rorcod circled Ravenna, he found Monday nielli. Mr. and Mrs. Maury Upton and cj:iughier, Vickie visited friends In Hardy Sunday. Dark Runway Farces Called Ball Game were the guest* of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. negijiold In Columbus, Miss,, last week. MLu Lillian Wilson left Tuesday tjht for Moorehead, Miss., where she will vjsit her sistcr.s, Mrs. Ed- r;ar Diiiley and Mr.s. Randolph Dav- a briRhtly Iiahied Ixiscliall field but an unllghted airport. The unidentified pilot quickly found a solution. Flyim; Icnv over the ball park, he dropped liis n>np case with a noie attached. It sent the of this week spectators speediii}: from the ball Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Sander.s for- j ^ ^ to . lhe a'n>»rt where ihey inerly of Memphis, are the new[i 1firhed lheir cars WIth hcadl| B hts managers of the Wilson Tavern. Mr. and Mrs. CD ford Boyles, Sr., , ,, then daughter, Mrs, Murshall Conner and family in Moaette the Air landing. the runway Down came Force plane to a perfect Read Courier News Classified Ads. CHILDREN S SALE of SUMMER SHOES $ 1.95 Barefoot Sandals Dress Sandals & Semi-Dress Sandals Reg. 3.95 to 5.45 Valu« $ 2.79 Come In Early For Best Selections Heuer's Shoe Store 423 W. Main PSon« 3549 was accompanied as far as Mem- CONTACT — The Right People for That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVII.I.E COURIER NEWS LUCKY LADY! 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