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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER KBWf. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER B, IWt Socleta AtewA Pat Mullins, Society Editor f Phoa* 4461 Mrs. R. D, Hughes Complimented at Bridge-Luncheon Mrs. Ross n. Hughes. Jr.. of Wichita Fulls. Tex., was guest of honor yesterday at a bridge luncheon given at Blytheville Country Club for members of Kibitzer. Hostesses were Mrs. George Hubbard Jr.. and Mrs. Jane Carson, who used for their decoration a fail theme, with zinnias and other late flowers in vivid colors. Other guests included Mrs. Dick White, ahn Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Mrs. Hughes and her husband. U. Hughes, are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Hughs Alter luncheon was served. Ihe afternoon was spent In playing bridge. Mrs, O'Kecfe lock top honors, and Mrs. Jim Smart won second, Bridgo went to Mrs. J. M. WH Hams. Jr. Bits of News ! ,/ Back-To-School Days Are Here Again for Blytheville Students Fall U in the air and those back-B. Hodge Jr., and L. W. Fitzhugh -to-school days are here again for to Texas Polytechnic at •••>•'—» City Faculty Has Get-Together at Sudbury School To end the pre-school day* of meeting. ta'.-.;s. and planning, leach- ers of the BIythevllle School Systems have attended, was a get-together last night at Sudbury School. Other than nil members of the In- culty, guests were members ol the school board."nnd presidents ol the Parent - Teachers Associations of BIythevllle school. A committee, composed ot Mrs. Russell Mosley, Mrs. Dan McCasklll, Miss Virginia Bowen, and Mrs. Monte Trcndway, was in charge of the activities. Among other games played, a quiz progrnm was conducted U> familiarize newcomers with the city of Blytheville. Party foods were served to the 150 who attended. TO MOUF.I, AT FASHION' I'llEVlEW—Shown arc five of 15 girls who will mniicl fall fashions toniKM at 1:30 at the Darling Shop Standing are Mrs. Tummie Wcsttirook, Mrs. Kelly Welsh and J.Irs. James Foster, and seated arc Misses Pat Mullins and Juanita Overman. Apparel from the Darling Shop and Shoes from Kelly's Friendly Shoe Store will be given as door prizes. . (Courier NI-WS Photo) Miss PaUye Boeson, who is BIythevllle High School librarian, has returned from New York City, where she attended Columbia University. Mrs. Louise Hill and Mrs. Pat Corrignn spent today In Memphis. They went especially to take Mrs. Hill's mother, Mrs. Hatlie It. Hunter, who left lor Fork Union, Va., where she will be house mother at Fork Union Military Academy. Condition of Mrs. T. Bracken, Jr., who underwent a tonsllectomy nt BIythevllle Hospital yesterday la reported as good. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Smith of Dell, announce the birth of a son nt Blytheville Hospital Wednesday He Is their first child and has been named Clinton Virgil. Mrs. Smith s the former Miss June MHViorn. Carol Evans left today to enter Southwestern Baptist Theoloulcn' Seminary at Fort Worth, Mrs. J. M. Parker of Corinth, Vfiss., Is visiting her son, Krnest L. Parker, and Mrs. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Pearson nnd son, Rick, were here yesterday from Lincoln Park. Mich., to be the guests oJ Mr, and Mrs, Kendall Berry. Stanley Ray Is the nume chosen by Mr: and Mrs. Ray Parks for their first child, a son, horn Tuesday at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Parks Is the former Miss Anna Dildine. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson and son, Bob, returned last night BIythevllle students who will soon be making trips North, South, East and West to colleges-and universities of their choice, Anxiety wells up in many a youth for the thrill of that first football game, rush parties, meeting new jeoplc. an-1 In general, getting back nto the owing of things after c ong and lazy summer of vacation. Ing.- Students are getting clothes pack ed and doing that last minute shopping for "Ju« the right fall fash- Ions." Some are already gone, for various reasons, such as football band, rush week and many others. As usual, the largest number o Blytheville Students are going to the University of Arkansas. In eluded among the freshmen nr Rosemary Monaghan, Rupert (Buz ziei Crafton. Elizabeth Lutes, Jane Tacky Party Given By Mrs. Warren Mrs. Bonnie Warren was hostess last night for a tacky party at her from lis.souii. HD Club Has Luncheon-Meet A potluck luncheon was srrvecl yesterday at WOO noon to H members of thn Plat Lake Home Demonstration Club at the club. Mrs. Glenn Bunch gave the devotional from Matthews nnd offered n prayer. After luncheon, a business session was conducted with Mrs. C. M. Abbolt, presiding, In which activities for the coming year were discussed. If You Wear A Half Size 8852 \4'A • 24V4 V La Nueve Plays Bridge at Rustic Rustic Inn was the scene ycsler- for a meeting of members of , Nueve nnd guests for a dessert idgc. when Mrs. R. B. Green was istcss. " Guests Included Mrs. Ben Har- rclc, Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mrs. E. Terry. Jr., and Mrs. Albert Tay- Wlnncrs of the bridge game were ot 10 a ' m - rs. Hnrpole, who won high score or guests, nnd Mrs. Clarence Webb, ho won high score for club. Bridgo ent 'to Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Coming Events Friday Dorcus Cl!>!-* of First Baptist Church Is entertained at 2:30 p.m. by Mrs T. H, llaynes at home of Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Bercnn Bible Class of the First Presbyterian church has 2:30 p.m meeting nllh Mrs. C. M. Gray nt 1028 Main. Mrs. J. P. Pride is co- lost ess. PTA Schnnl of Information Is to be held nt First Methodist Church at 0 a.m. Duplicate has afternoon game a Iho Hotel Noble, Hosts nml hostesses for Unlverslt Club Dance at 9 p.m at Hole Noble are Mr. nnd Mrs. R. H. Far Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halscll. and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Green. Sunday Executive boarii of Central PTA vacation trip They visited Wilson, Jerry Berry. Clovls Garnett, Jerry Ualsell, Larry Isaacs, Mack Koonce. Others are Gary Mason, E. B. Gee, Jr., Russell Phillips, Jr., Gay Gnr- rlgan, Annella Humphrey, Billy Wayne v McFarland, Pat Burks, Woody Mack Townsend, Shirley King, ^Ramonn Crafton, Graham Pnrtlow, Charles (Ruff) Lutes. Irn Neely Koonce, Perry Rothrock Frank Wagner, Jr., Graham Sudbury. Jr.. Mnrs Hale, Shirley Barksdale. Bill Boyd, Charles Booker Dick Reid, Freddy Smith, Dixi< Faye KiUmn, Larry Lutz, Marion Smith and John Ed Regenold. A number of students chose Arkansas Slate nt Jonesboro for their through school. Peggy Stall ings, John in Big Clause. Jr.. Billy Bert Mayo. John Mitchell. Wayne Crouch, Woelon Powell. J. C. Droke. Jr.. Sue Os- Wlll Whitnar at Texas A. and M., Carol EFans lo Southwestern Bap- Ist Theological Seminary at Fort Worth, .Ralph Wahl to University of Arizona in Tucson. Out West In California, you'll find Patsy Calvert at San Jose State College in San Jose, and L. T. Moore and Harold Lewis at University ot California at Los Angeles. Charles McDanlel is a senior this year at Northwestern University In Evanston, 111., while brother Bobby Is a sophomore at Kendell Junior College there. Also going to Northwestern Is Granvllle Cooley. Nita Rose Hall and Martha Nlch ols will be freshmen at William Woods In Fulton, Mo., while thel high school friends, Betsy Bell anc Joan Perkins go to Lindenwood a St. Charles, and Doris Bean to Ste phens at Columbia. Mary -Louise O'Brien Is a soplio more at Treveeea Nazarene Colleg home on Davis. Prizes for the taelest costume went to Mrs, Homer Nunally and s. Buddy King. In party games yed, winners Included Mrs. King, s. Buddy Gillam and Mrs. James tchell. Party foods were served through- t the evening. osnell Methodists ave Business Meet Members of the Gosnell Women's clety ol Christian Service of the in Nashville. Tenn., while Claric , has 4 p.m. meeting with tcnchcrs at the home ot Mrs. H&dley Hayes at IOCS Pecan. Wednesday. Sept. 10 Deltonlan Chapter ol Delphian Society has meeting at Hotel Noble Program Meeting Conducted at Church Springs, Jefferson City, St. Louis, nd other points of Interest. Mrs. Diu'e Abbott, Mrs, Jimmy Baughmnn and son, Mike, took Mrs. Abbott's mother, Mrs. Hulda Markhnm to Cardwell. Mo., to the lomo of her sister, Mrs. A. Umler- Mrs. Abbolt, Mrs. Baughman nnd .son will return after the week, nit Mrs. Markham will remain for a longer visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. H. Juhl and Will Nics of Petersburg, III., i*»e the week end guesUs of Drs. Carl nnd Edna N!e*. They are on their way home from Greenville, S. C., where j[ flnR university, they look Mr. Nles' son to Bob .rones university. Dr. Nies Is t brother of Mrs. Juhl and Mr. Nics. Muriel Knudsen, daughler of Mr. ami Mrs. O. E. Knudsen. is nt home for a brief visit, before leaving Sept. 13 for San Antonio Tex., and six month's training li Ihe Air Force Officer Candidate School nl Lackland Air Force Bnsc. She will serve as an officer a Ihe WAF reserve on active duty unlll 195(5. F. W. Whitner, Jr.. left today for Texas A. and M. at College Station, after visiting his sister. Mrs. J. A. Cooper, nnd Mr. Cooper at Dallas for several days. Albert S:\liua ot St. Louis left today for LIUle Rock to visit friends for the week end, nftcr spending the week here with his parents. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Maxwell will receive her bacheloi degree this year from Duke Univer sity at Durham, N. C.. where she ' studying to be a merical technlcia Ruth Hale and Juliette Rossie ar sophomores this year, with Ruth a Sophie Newcomb and Juliette Webster -Gloves, Mo. The Borowsky brothers, Ben an Colman, will continue stvldies University of Illinois in Champa! 1 where Ben is a pre-med and Co man industrial administration st dent. Roger Lum returns again to U . orsity of Missouri School of Min at Rolla. while Charles Czesch Jr.. goes to the University of M souri at Columbia. James Cecil Lowe, II, is a i> mcd student at Washington U borne, Edv.-in Wallace, Kay Colston, versity at St. Louis, while Al and Beverly Jones Mullins are in- j Berry studies medicine at Unlv cludrd. ! sity of Arkansas School in Lit To near-by Memphis State willlR"*- Edward Pipkin also is a s go Johnny Hornsbcrger, Joe Ray Price, Charlie Ruth Blnnkenshlp, 3onnie and Vailimn Shepptird. Freida Sincher. June Veach. nnd Jimmy rWillps. while John Charles dent at Washington University. Business college is for Biilie Jc Westbropk, who is already study „ at Miller.Hawkins Business College in Memphis. Keen Norris will at. White, Allcne Wimberly, and Mose Simon go to Southwestern. 3L BIythevllle Ho*plt»l Dismissed: Smith 'Bracken, Jr., City Mrs. Robert Carter and Steele b»b7, ethodlst Church met at urch. with seven attending. the Kenneth Thomas. Cooler C. H. Morgan, Manila Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Alex Curlls and baby, Uu. Ha Mrs. Jim Flanagan, City Annie Stout, Luxora _ • llonal which was followed by • session , prayer closed ••the meeting. Mrs. Mervln Cook, h o s t • I •, hymn. After a business was conducted, circle . . Mrs. Damon Coot gave a devo-1 served refreshments. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY PLUS: Paramount Newi & Selected Shorts Rook Club Meets n Brown Home. <:repc myrtle used In profusion ecorated the home of Mrs. Eu- pnc Brown, yesterday for a meel- ig of members of Thursday Rook Club. • Mrs. Brown served a sandwich Plate with Iced drinks before the nines were conducted. Gucsl playing rook with regular club members was Mrs. Lonnic Boydslon. Mrs. T. \V. Ooforth took high o^ore, Mrs. Brown second, nnd Mrs. 1. O. Hucy won the rooko. (end University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. I Among boys from Ir.st year's Larry Baker and Murray Smart, g riinlla t|i,g class, who are going to Jr.. will so to New Orleans and Tu- o ther colleges are Joe Lynn Vowcll lie University. a t Lhe University of Kansas, Melton Hendrix is the choice of Carol Sylvesterr Bradley .University nt Ann Bailey, J. B. Rlggs, Jim and Cal Peor j ni m . Bobby Hllburn nt Freed- Gossctt, Bob Blodgett. Winnie Beth Hardcman In Henderson. Tenn., nnd Buckley, and Bobby Edwards, who Is nowell Boyd at the University of a third year student of the minis- Ne bmska in Lincoln, try. Five Blytheville girls are in nurs- R. C. Allen, Tom walls, Joe Walls lnB training, Including Prances :md Buzzle Wunderlich will attend Dowdy and Katherine Painter at the Vanderbllt and Charle.s Henderson Baptist Hospital In Memphis. Bob- will work on his masters degree D i e s ue whlsenhunt and Maxine at Peabody while Allen Bush goes overman at the Baptist State Hos- RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Sirs. Herbert Childs and family Mrs. Louise Strocke Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Logging and family . Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thomas to University of Tennessee. pltal In Little Rock, and Dorothy COOTER—At n monthly meeting of the women of Cooler Baptist Church Monday for business and Royal Service; Mrs. Floyd Wngster, president, presided. The program subject, "Japan's Puzzled People," was given by Mrs. Oscar Kcrney, Mrs. Anna Wagster. Mrs. Mary Hnlford, Mrs. W. N. Holly, Mrs. Mildred Wilson, Mrs. EUa Taylor. Mrs. Lllln neddlck. Mrs. Edd' Hamlet. Mrs. Virgil Jones. Mrs. Lorcne Wagster, Mrs. Albert Vaughn and Mrs. W. I. Jones. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Burdette PTA Meets At President's Home Mrs. Comvay Duncan, president of the Bilfdette Parent-Teachers Association, was hostess ycsterdny to members of the executive board Plans for the coming year's ac- livllies were made nnd discussed The first general meeting will bt held at 230 p.m. at the high schoo auditorium, Thursday, when super intendnnt L. H. Autry will be gucs speaker. Roberta Bracey, Jo Ann Trlesch-l Lum at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis mann and sister, Sally, Donna Sue Lloyd Hocntt has returned to Gore Jimmy Culberlson, have chos- General Motors Institute In Flint n Mississippi Southern at Hat- Mich., while Bob Kfrshner Is at- lesburg. Roberta and Jo Ann are tending Central Michigan College eniors the three latter are fresh- at Mount Pleasant men Mona Joy'Galnes is a copHpr- Holy Angels;In;Jonesboro 1 more at Young L. C. Harris' In Sarah :Cnltd' win be _, > v ." -corcla /.;; ' ,• ' Last buf not, least are 'the bo- Some'others who will be In""Mis- wrfd attend Columbia Mllitarj.'Acad •slsslnnl arc Bobby Orsburn. at Ole emy at Columbia. Tenn. They In Miss at Oxford. Charles Kinning- | clude^ Jerry Cagle. Manley Felnberg ham at Mississippi State, Starkville, Patsy Bartholomew at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain. | Jimmy Gill. Freshman Oakie Topp already at Arkansas Polytechnic in Russell- vllle. and Warren McClure and Sara Harrison will follow suit. At Arkai'.elphia. in Ouachita Col- . Adam Taylor, Stanley Zellncr. John ny Halsell. Ronald Phillips and The average range of huma hearing Is from about 20 to abou 20,000 vibrations per second. .. lege, you'll find Dan Atkins. Elsie Johnson, nnd Stanley Ingram. Going West are Albert Fatrfielrt. Annette Whistle to Texas, and Southern Methodist University at. Dal'.as; A. G. Shlblcy, Jr., returns to Ihe University of Colorado, at Bolder, June Stires to Arizona State College in Tempe. near Phoenix, R. Class of '52 Honored at Dance By Sue Burnett This neat looknlg classic is designed expicwly for (.he shorter fig- fil Short or three quarter sleeves are provided. Pattern No. 8852 is a scw-rilc perforated pattern in sizes 16'4. W'.i, 20ii. 22' = , 21',=. Size 16',i.| short sleeves, 4> s yards of 39-inch. _ _ For this pattern, scud 30c in j hn' nli nn COINS, your name, atinic.-s, size dc- n j n ^u-i. At Kelley's Members of the 1!>52 graduating cla.is from Dlytiicviilc High School and dales attended a diuice given ' last nil-lit "t the Wonnm's Club in expressly lor uii: anunci- u s - i honor ot students who will so away ure—eaves time and effort in alter- ' con( , gcj universities, or lo work, ing your patcrn for perfect fit. Hosts fur the occasion which was attended by Mxnil. KO people, wore Ben Youna, VS'rtyiie Durnham, Richard Martin. Tommy Dowdy. Mack ] Koonce ami Jim Culbert.son, ts included Mr. ami Mrs. I Buford YomiB, Mrs. Chester Burn- Mrs. T. J. Scay. Senioi who wine guests included sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER | Mrs . Ray Hall. Mrs. Earl Burklcy to Sue Burnett, Courier N'cws. 375! Mrs j. o. Trleschinann and Mrs. KIDS... 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