The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 6, 1952
Page 2
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PAGE TWO *T,TTrTEVTLLK (ARK.) COURTEK N15WS Fat Mullina, Society Editor Phout 4461 College Freshman Is Complimented At Party Here Mrs. Robert I. Thompson complimented Miss Betsy Bell yesterday at her home on Pectm Avenus with an infortnal'party. Miss Bell is leaving for Mnden- \vood College, Monday. Other guests were Miss Cynthia Dawson of Marked Tree and Miss Joan Perkins of Manila, who will also atend Lindcnwood College. Mrs. Thompson u.-:ed a yellow and white color Gchetne, which are the college colors. Centering the refreshment table was a low bouquet of yellow and white flowers holding a pennant Irom their chosen school. The honorce was given a corsage of yellow disincline. . Among the 2(1 friends who Attended were Mrs. Mahan Bell, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Hadley Hays. They spent the afternoon in informal entertainment. Back-To-School Party Is Given Television games were plnyet! ye.s- Ic^day nt a back-to-Fcboo! party given by Jerry Ixnve for 16 of his fifth grade friends. - The host's brother. James Cecil Lone, IT. directed TV games, Including "I've Got A Secret," nnd "Pantomtne Quiz," in other games, Linda Joy Llndsey nnd T, P. (Chip) V/rtght won prizes. Supper was served to the group nt 6:30 ntid pnrty fnvors of miniature pencil sharpeners were given. Other prizes such ns mechanical pencils, rulers nnd other school equipment, provided the hack-to- achool theme. DorcUs Class Has Program Meeting Mrs. T, A. Hnynes was hostess yesterday to members of the Dorcus Sunday School of the First Baptist Church at the home of her dnughtcr, Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Mrs. M. W. Lewis, president of the class, presided over a business session and Mr.s, E. E. Stevens gave a devotional. In A social hour, a Biblical quiz was conducted and a salad course with fruit drinks was served, with the assistance of Mrs, H. L. cnnm- hers. Mrs. Haynea used vivid zinnias in a low crystal bowl and golden glow at intervals. Coming Events Saturday Duplicate has afternoon game «t the Hotel Noble. Hosts and hostesses Jor University Club Dance nl 0 p.m. at Hotel Noble are Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Farr. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halscll, and Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Green. Sunday Bits of News ll'lostl't /-^enoiiaf Pr, and Mrs. Robert Smart, and I their son and 'daughter, Bob and. ! Miss Eleanor Tucker Smart, re- Executive hoard of Central PTA | turned today to their home In Rich- ji has 4 pm, meeting with teachers mond. Va., afU;r a week's visit here at the homo of Mrs. Hadley Hayes I at 1003 Pecan. I Monday Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m, meeting with Mrs. E. M. Brown. Christian Women's Fellowship nf First Christian Church meets with Mrs. W. D. cobb with Mrs. Harry Bradley, co-hosteM. Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist. Church has general nicctinR with 1 p.m. luncheon followed by business session and Royal Service program, at church. Calvary Rapt 1st Women's Missionary Union has 2 business session and Royal Service program nt church. Young \V omen's Association of WIN IIRIDGE TOliHNAMKNT—Mrs. O. W, Coppcdge (left) and Mrs. C. C. Councllle are shown with the trophy they won last night nt nlytht'i'Ulc Country Club after, wlnr.lng the City Bridge Tournament, which Is annual event. Mrs. Coppedge, Mrs. Councille Win Blytheville Bridge Tournament with Mrs. Smart's parents, Mr. ant! Mrs, E. D. Ferguson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B, R. O'Neil announce the birth of their first child, a son, Rt Wan* HoEpUM Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. He has been named Bobby Hay, Jr. Mrs. O'Neil Ls the former Miss Katherine Dyer, Mrs. Glenn B. Johnson is in New York City to visit her husband. Cant. Johnson, who is on his way to Africa. She Ls the guest of Caut. i Johnson's sister, Mrs. Joe Vitelio i and, Mr. Vitello while there. i Onrol Ann Bailey has returned home Irom Pekm and Peoria, III, where she visited,'friends and relatives, Her parents, Mr. and Mrs T. J. Bailey, and family are Inking First Fiant 1st Church meets nt home of Miss Katherine West brook. I her to Conway, where she will en- "Hijrhways In the Desert" Is the! tor Hendrix College, book to he taught the Young Wnm-I Mrs. Damon McLcod was in Furen's Association of Calvary B: ptlsl i rest City this week with her dau'gh- Chijrch by Mrs. GeorRic Horig*, at ter, Mrs. Dale ,Horton, the forme Another city bridge tournament ended night at niylhcville Country Club as Mrs. C. C. Councille «nd Mrs. O. W. Coppcdfc took top honors at the annual event. They received the sliver traveling trophy, for the next year. Tlie trophy, known as the "Chamblin Traveling Trophy," was presented to the Country Club by Mr. and Mrs. O. Chamblin. Other winners in the series of two nights of Rames were Mrs. W. A, Afflick and Mrs. p. W. Whit- ncr, winners of second place. Third went to Mrs. P.. n. Gee. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn. Each of the winners was presented fl gift In sterling silver. home of Miss Pc^gy Allison. Circle One of Trinity Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union has 2:30 n.m. meeting at home of Mrs. KathCTine Campbell, at SOD NW Parkway. Mrs, John Nelson lia.s 2:21) p.m. meeting of Circle Two at 105 Llllv. Tuesday Duplicnte Bridge League plays at Country Club. New Liberty Women's Missionary olorful Leisure Wear PTA School of Information Is Held District PAren'.-Tencliers Asso- clntlati School o( Information was lield yesterday nl the First Methodist Church with more than 50 attending. At the morning meeting, Mrs. Joe Miller of Joiner, district state parent education director, spoke to the group before they adjourned for B luncheon nt the Rustic Inn. City Council officers were installed In the afternoon session by Mrs. Glcmi Lnclrl, Junior Hitfri president, Mrs. Byron Moore was Installed to serve as president for the coming year. Other officers Include Mrs. T. I. Seay, vice president; Mrs. Jerry Hearn, secrelnry; and Mrs. E. L. Frnncls, trcnsurcr. . Mrs. E. A. Stuck of Joncshoro, who Is slnte parent education director spoke In the afternoon meeting. nrets at club house. Mrs. Russell Simpson is hostess to . N, Bridge Club. Alpha Delta Chapter of the Beta Siqma Pill hns 8 p.m. meeting nt 138 A*h tit home of Mrs. W. M. Jontz. Wednesday Dcllonlnn Chapter of Drlphfan Society has meeting at Hotel Noble Bridge Club Meets in Home "Zinnias In the vivid hues of l cummer were used In the entertnln- ing rooms of Mrs. Ricbnrd Roso yesterday, when sh* WHS hostess to members of the IA Finesse Club. Included among the guests was Mrs. Robert G. McHaney, who played bridge with club members. Winners for the afternoon were Mrs. Mnrvln Nunn. Jr., first prize end Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., who took second place and bridge. A dessert course was served during the afternoon. Three Students Complimented Mr. and Mrs, J. D. WIdncr com pltmented three students last niRh with n dinner party at their horn on Parkway, including Wnelnn Pow ell, Charley Bclknnp nnd Dan At kins, who leave Monday. the table, which was centered with B crystal bowl holding orchid and white lister. Mrs. Lee Powell wns nn honored guest at the event. Dan and Charley will enter Ouachita to study Cor the ministry, and Waelon will enter Arkansas SUte to .study law. LUXORA NEWS Rj MRS. G. C. DRIVER Jhe ^ Choir Gives Steak Supper Forty members cr the* Chancel Cl'oir of the FLrU Baptist Church attended n slcak .supper at. the Kendall Brrry hornr Thursday night 1 CViirs^s arrived iicV-vrfn 6:30 p.m.' and & p.m. at:d fitted their stenka at the barbecue pit on the lawn. Oursts of Iionor \vcrp students who will leave for m'Mrge. PTA Commllte* Meet* Mrs. A. B. Rozelle, president, and ten members of the Executive Committee of the Luxora Parent-Teachers Association held * an organiza- lonal meeting nt the home of Mrs. John Ford Monday night. Program plans for eight monthly meetings to be held during the year and beginning in September, were approved. One prognuiv event, as Announced by Mrs. Rozcllc. wUl he days last week, the Pounders Day Event in February, at which time the state PTA president, Mrs. J. R. Fenk of Newport, will he the guest speaker. The duties find responsibilities of committee chairmen were discussed titicr which the hostess served dessert course. Celebrate Gttlrten Wedding Mr. nnd Mrs. W, E. Gentry were honored Sunday on the occasion o their 50th •Kcrtrfing nnnlvcrsnvy n a surprise dinner party held at the home of their son, Joe Gentry, and family. Also attending were their other two sons, Glenn of Osceoln, nnd Mr. and Mrs- S. L. Gentry o! Blythc- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry, natives of Sprint? Hill. Miss., have lived in Luxorn since 1033, where Mr. Gentry Is* engaged In farming In- lnrrst.s. They have eight granrlchtl- [ (Iron arid two great-grandchildren. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stevens and daughter, Diane, and Miss Dixie Howard spent the Labor Day Weekend visiting with friends and relatives in Shannon, Miss. Mrs. Maxine Mc-Haney and son. j Tommy, and Mrs, James Driver, all 1 of Memphis, were wfokend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie, Miss Christine Johnson returned 1 home last week from Lawton. Okto-1 homn. where she has spent the: summer. ' Mr. and Mis. W H, Gowen andf children of Memphis were weekend \ truest.":, of Mrs. Gowen's motht'r. j Mr-;. Sue M, Bro'.vn. | Kriwin ilnvs of El Dornrio was a ; visitor Monrlsv wilh frietiris here. \ Mr. nnd Mrs. \Vylie Tate, Jr., (jf: tlio Atr Force, stationed at Ililoxi.: Miss., were visitors here for several ; Bhthcville Hospital Dismissed: Smith Brnckin. Jr., City Bill Hanllng. City • Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Charles Blanchard, City Johnny Halsell, City Roberta Hull. City Nell Sulllvnn. Victoria Mrs. B. B. O'Neil. City R. O. McGraw. City Mrs. Everett Gray and baby, Lux or* The^KtV- John Seaton of Ripley Ten n.. "-was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitmore an notinee the birth of a .son Tuesday Miss Ann McLcod, and attended a tea which was given in her honor She was accompanied by Mis: Hcmnie Glover. James Cecil Lowe, II, will leave Monday to enUr his freshman yea at. Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Roger Steven is the name given the son of Mr. and Mrs. John West. He L" their second child, born yesterday at Wnlls Hospital. Their B«for« »cr«en» and frames are painted clean tnd dry them. AH duet ind oily accumulations should t>e scrubbed away. Sandpaper or a wire brush should be used with thoroughness to move rust and old (laky paint. Wire screeni need to be painted on both «ldes before frames are coated. If you scorch & white cotton «r Hncn dress while you are Ironing, launder It at once In plenty of rich soapsuds, then hang In the aun t» bleach. A light bleach solution can also be added, IE necessary, mnd then rinsed out thoroughly. Read Courier Newi Classified Ad«, -NOTICE- We want to loan you a Garber Power Seeder to sow your Fall cover crop teed, if you buy your seed from us at competitive price*. Yes, We Can Handle Your Government Loan Paper. For Further Information Call A. A. HARDY 705 Clear Lake Ave. Union of the Baptist Church, meets other son is Johnny Bruce. Mrs. or program, | West Is the former Mis? Elizabeth Yarhro Home Demonstration Club] Mitchell. t 10 a.m. Dogwood Home Demonstration \ Hadley Hays, club has semi-monthly meeting r\i\ club hnuse, j Mrs. S. C. Owens entertain.? Cl'.ib ! iRht with dessert bridge. | Mrs. Richard T. Mills is hostess to ; members of CTB Club. i Deltonian Chapter of Delphian Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10 Thursday Burdctte PTA has first General meeting at the school at 2:30 p.m, wllh L. H. Autry. guest speaker. Mrs. Charlf-s Afflick entertains members of Kibitzer, Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. T. \V. Oolorth. Duplicate Bridge League plays at lintel Noble. Miss Vera Goodrich Is hostess to members of GEO Club. Friday Mrs, Jack Webb Is hostess to members of the La Finesse Chib. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and daughter, Diana, of Memphis are HID guests of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, and her father, Ernest Roe. Heard Wylie will attend Brown- moor School at Phoenix, Aria, MvJicer shc^wilt be a senior and will be president of the Student Body. Miss Cynthia Dawson of Marked Tree Is the guest of her sister Mrs, 8744 12 42 By Sue Burnett For those sptvrc moments of re- h.xition. try this good looking holhiccoat in R brisnt and cheerful colors nnd see ho \vyour spirits rise. And it's a style that. Hikes so well with many different fabrics. Pattern No. 8714 is a sew-rite perforated pattern ill sizes 12, 14. 18. 18. 20; 40. 42. Size H. short sleeve. •Pi yards of 39-inch; 37i yards of 54-Inch. For this pattern, send 3pc in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnct, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing lor a new season; gift pattern printed inside the book, 25c. AIR CONDITIONED 8Y REFRIGERATION Saturday Only! 2 Features DlSltT BfATM TfflgatlCOlDt. « m «^^<~'SSwm.;> ET^i^MSITi W • >••*>*•>» "•" *" at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. He has been named Ray Whitmore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. WhUtnorc have two other children Kaye and Linda. 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