The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 10, 1952
Page 4
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TOVTl '•^••••'"Tyrr-!i.r:-i^ Pat Mullina, Society Editor BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS eo*i Phon« 4461 Kothy Ledbetter Honoree of Party Because paths' Lynettc lad totter „_ „ ...,„«.-., ,.,.„ was three years old Monday, her night for a dinner parts', compli- parents, Mr. and Mrsj Roy L/?ribet- «" i " H "" Vin - •"«<*•"- ».— ,->-...,. Jane Wilson Honors Mother Miss Jane Wilson wai hostess la-it , - menting her mother. Mrs. Baker ter, complimented her with B par- Wilson, for her birthday, ty for 11 little friends, " ' ' " " ' ' h * Bridge-Luncheon Given in Home Mrs E. M. Terry. Jr.. entertained yesterday with a bridge-limrhron at her home (or members of the Tri- iiriiiiiLijeiiitnins, r ncima m iu« nimujee spent an Guests played Ihpir favorite game.| Informal evening after dinner at Town an me | I birthday cake. , "froggie in the middle" and Hos- ann Wisdom, Jerrj Hardin, Barbara Lane, and Judy Klldridge won prizes. After Kathy opened her gifts, the children gathered in the dining room for birthday cake and icert drinks. i—. . , \ /—\ \ Mrs. C. L. Lucius, grandmother of | O 11600 L. 11 JD the honoree. was K special guest. An out-of-town guest was Sue McDonald ot Keiser. Bridge Club, for (he of (he new Reason. first Bits of News ite Country .Club, and presented MST™,!^; Bob ' W " ren lnd centering the table, was the large course iuncheo'rT'was '"sen-e'd 'w°, centered with a mixed nrrange- ment of periwinkle, dahlias, and ;Mrs. Kerbough Mrs. Don Kerbough was elected Fashion Show Tickets On Sale Tickets-for "Fashions and F!a?h- backs," the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary fashion show, go on sale lo- day, according to Mrs. Oscar Fend- led. ticket chairman. Members ol her committee, as announced by Mrs. Fendler, are Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. Mrs. Blan S. Heath. Mrs. Joe p. Pride, Jr., and (~l\\ /ot -. ,-,4- LJ-..^-., MM. Dick J. White. VjlVen Ql tlOfTie Door prizes for the tea and fashion show, to be held Sejil. 19 at Hotel Noble, will be presented bv Allen's zinnias. Mrs. James Lee Brooks of Lavrtoiv OKla., guest of her parents, Mr and .Mrs. A. B. Ball, received a gift from (he hostess. Mrs. Russell H. Fnrr. who has re- .Mrs. uon KerbouKh xas elected """• "-"^cu n. r'nrr. who has re- chairman of the N. N. Rrlrise Club! C01111 V returned to Blvthevllle was last night at Its weekly meeting at i rplns ""*«l into the club. • home of Mrs. Russet) Simppon. Among guests was Mrs. Jnmes Vest, who later played bridge with the members. In tile hridge names. Mrs. Jame< . Winners of the brldac game were Mrs. Gene. Tcafovd, first, and Mrs. Garrard Caudlll, second. D. Jeffrrics took high score, and Mrs. Kerbough won second. A dessert course was served at the close of the pames. Birthday Party Flowers, who will assist Ihe decorations. Favors for each of the guests will be given by Rothrort Drug Company. Vivid Color For Trim Mrs. Charles Needham was honored with a dinner on her f>3rd birthday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. E. Ft. Ferguson, when 25 guests attended. The dining table wns overlaid In lace, and centered with the birthday cake. Out-of-town guests were the honoree'* ion and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Richardson of Wichita. Kan . guests of Mr. and Mrs, E. H. Ferguson. Nazarene FMS Meets at Church The first meeting of the church | year was held by members of the Nnzarcne Forelen Missionary Society of the First Church ot the Nazarrnr Monday night in the auditorium. Twenty-six member* attended 'he service which was presided over by Mr, and Mrs, Howard Caldwell and Mrs. Mary Lyon had as dinner guests last night Mrs. Carra Pruilt and her houseguests, Mr. and Mrs Wallace Shaw and children and Mr. Shaw's father, A. Shaw, all of Richmond, Calif. Mr, and Mrs. B. L. Holmes and daughters, Mildred and Elsie, have returned from a week'.s vacation in Jackson, Vicksburg, mid Johns, Miss. James rsonny) Westbrook, who was injured In an accident last Friday nlRht, is being removed from Blytheville Hospital to his home loday. His condition Is reported Improved. Mrs, Charlie Chism and daushle Coming Events Thursday UDC luncheon to be held at 12:30 p.m. at Rustic Inn. Hostesses are Mrs. w. D. Cobb. Mrs. Mel Brooks, Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. J, W Adams, Sr., Mrs. G, H. Grear, Mrs Ralph Berryman. Executive board of the Junior High Parent-Teachers Association has 0:30 a.m. meeting al home of Mrs. Fred Sallba. Burdette PTA has first general meeting at the school at 5:30 p.m. with L. H. Autry, guest speaker Atrs. Charles Afflick entertains members of Kibitzer. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. T. \V. Goforth. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Miss Vera Goodrich Is hostess to members of GEO Club. Friday Rebecca Lodge has 7.30 potluck . SEPT. 10, 1952 returned to Arkonsa-s Polytechnic College in Rti.wclJville where she will continue her studies as a sophomore. Albert Fnirlickl left yesterday fin- Southern Methodist University at D:illas, where he will be a frcsh- mnn. Connie Lee Scarord left ye.sterdiy for Fort Worth, Tex., after spenri to Country Club Scene of Dinner Blytheville Country Club was the scene last night of a dinner complimenting Miss Muriel Knudsen. given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. KnudBtn. Among cuests were the Wilson , and the A. C. Haley Henry family, family. Miss Knudsen leaves Sunday [or Lackland Air Force Base In' San Antonio. Tex. 8876 n-li By Sue Burnett - It's new and sparkling — Just the. thing Ihe teen-age miss likes for ipeclal events. Bright bands of color trim neck and sleeves of this charmer, soft gathers accent the flowing skirt. Pattern No. B876 is a few-rite perforated pattern in .<i»s II. 12, 13, 14. 16. 18. Size, 12, 4'i yards of 39- inch; ?i yard contrast For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size de- Sirtd. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Qulncy St., Chicaso 6. III. Ready /or you now—Basic TASK- ION lor '52. Fall and Winter. This new issue is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed inside, the book, 25c. Sorority Conducts Business Meeting Mrs. Billy Gent Bnrnej was hostess last night for a business meeting conducted by members of the Alpha Delia Chnpter of Beta S! Rt rm Phi, at her home on Barfleld Hoad. Mrs. T. A. Folger. president, presided over the business session In sesson n which plans for the year's actlvltels were discused. irs. R. c. Allen, sponsor, was a guest of the sorority members. A dessert course Vas served later In the evening. meetinc, and '.'as followed by prayer offered by B'irt Tnimble. A brief business session was conducted and pians were marie for Christmas services. A devotional was given by Mrs. Royal Schultz, which was taken from Acts -•...,. u.i,*.,,._ XI,1.1111 rtllu UrtUyIH(,' r , ( .vv.*-.._va iwum" Iljlg I ..JO DOtltlCK Miss Polly Chism. and Mrs. Howard i supper at the oddfellow's Hall Con Caldwell left loday lor Murray, Ky., ferrin? of degrees follows supper where Miss Chism will enter college, i Stitch and chatter Club has T30 Miss Sarah Harrison, daughter uf p.m. meeting with Mrs Prank Per Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harrison, has! kins. Mrs. Jack Webb Is hostess members of the LaPinossc Club Yarbro PTA has 2:30 p.m. meeting at school, preceded by Executive board meeting at 2 Ladies Day at Blytheville Countrv CJub Ixvrins with i p.m. luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge • Saturday Beta Sisma Phi sorority has Bake Sale at Arkansas-Missouri Power Company at 8:30 a.m. Monday Band mothers have a 7:30 p.m. .oetinR at, the Junior High School , five weeks her grand- Trinity Baptists Have Circle Meets Mrs. Katherine Campbell was hostess Monday night to the members of Circle One of the Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church for a monthly social meeting and brief business se=sion. Members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. John Nelson with j Mrs. Herman Adalr opening the meeting by prayer, Mrs. E. G. Lov- • ell gave the devotional and a brief | business session was presided over; by Mrs. Burl ROFS. Nine members, heard the lesson taught by Mrs. Bill ' Crocker, and dismissal prayer by Mrs. H. K. Burnett. I Asian Pilots Are Needed By Malayan Air Force SINGAPORE OP)-The Malayan Auxiliary Air Force Is short of Asians of a high educational standard u> train as pilot*, Air Marshal A. C. Sanderson told the Ex-Serv- Icemen's Association of Singapore. Sanderson made an appeal to ex instructors of (he H.A.P. to come forward and help In the training of the younsr pilots who will tortn. the nucleus of the air force in the future independent Malaya, Read Courier News Classified Ads. mother. Mrs. W. I. Dcnton. Misses jane Wilson and Rosemary Monnghnn. accompanied by their mothers, Mrs. Baker Wilson . and Mrs. Matt Monaphan. will! leave tomorrow for Fayetteville. Khere both girls will eriter the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caudle are the parents of a daughter born at Walls Hospital yesterday. They have a son, Marty. Mrs. Caudle is the former Miss Rita Bombalaskl. • The w D . Cobb home was the Mrs. Elton Klrby has returned j scpne °' a meeting of members of from Mount Pleasant, Mich., where I th ! 1 Christian Women's Fellowship she has been visiting her brother. | Monday when Mrs. Cobb and Mrs. Program Meeting Held at Cobb Home . . be accompanied home by Mrs- Fcr- BSW Samba Club Plays Weekly Game Members of the one-table BSW Samba Club inH ycsterdav j»t the home of Mrs. Q. H. While (or weekly Barnes. The hostess served A sandwich piste, and used foliage and potted plants In the entertaining room, Mrs. Eugene Brown won high score, and will be hostess to the club next week. iVeednam. Mrs. J. F. LivtnRstnn of Memphis has been the guest of Mrs. Lily SLsk for the past several days. She is a former Blythcville resident. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Gay announce the birth of a son Saturday at Walls Hospital. He .is (heir second child and has been named Michael Wayne. They have anoth- • er son. Jimmy. Mrs. Gay is the former Mfcs Ernestine Flagg-. Mr. and Mrs. Oxford and FOIL Gary Wayne, have returned to their home in Battle Creek, Mich., after spending a week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Oxford and friends and relatives. In Terre riaute, Intl., they were the guests of his txv-o sisters and brother. Another son. of the James " Marriage Licenses \ The following couples recently obtained marriage licences In the office of the County Court Clerk.; Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: j J. W. Trantham and Miss Joy' Dyer, both of Manila. I Oran D. Harmon of Chaf'ee. Mo.; and Miss Jo Ann Buhs of EMI St. ! Louis. Til • Clyde stringer of Wilson and Miss Odlne Brandon of Keher. j Gerald Leo Conner and Miss' Martha Lorine Shedd, both of Ma- nib. | George Riddle. Jr.. and Mi<s n.i- nie Marie West, both of Blytheville. Harold Monroe Sunn and Mi<s La Jane Woonhouse, both of B'vthe- ville. /4 STUDIO Piano Classes FOR BEGINNERS & ADVANCED STUDENTS REGISTER NOW Studio—807 Chickasawba Ave. Phone 2994 ~Jli ie Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: James Westbrook, city Ira Graves. Cit.y Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Leon Walden. and baby. City Mrs. John Easley, Burdette Mrs, 5. H. McCarthy. City Mrs. Harold Davis, City Mrs. Du!a Morris. City" Mrs. May Webb, Burd'ctte Mrs. N'else Campbell, City Mrs. Ray Parks, and baby, city Mrs. A. C. Bunch, and baby. City spoke on "The Migrant Workers" . bllft.efin ^'cln m u^v. reSP ° nS H'> f °'' e *<?*' G °° dH "''/ Mrs. Ben Hnrpole was in charge '. Ambassador to Italy of the worship service and took her i Gleaners Class Has Business Meeting Mr... E H. Brown was hostess e r. nnoiner son 01 me james ux- and M,* Albert E.iderlin w«« CO- fords who spent the week end here Hostess Monday to 15 members and is Roland Oxford, who is stationer! t.wo snesls of the Gleaners Sunday School Class Church. Mrs. W, E of the rirst Baptist appendectomy Monday at Walls Wallace, vice presl- Hospital, and Is reported to be dent, presided over a business SM- devotional wai given sion and by Mrs. Josephine Rollison and Mrs. J. W. Rayder. A dessert course was . served at, the close of the mcet- Love Group Has Program Meeting Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times WED -THURS 2 Hits! I\\L NITES 2 For 1'rice of One ! "KEPT MEN- OF BIO TIMr COLLEGE FOOTB*LLI —Plus— "IT'S A JOKE, SON" Henry Delmar & Una Merkel Also Cnrtoon Mrs. Prank Whmvorth was hostess and Miss Jess Srite co-hostess to members of tlie Love Group of First Christinn Church last nlpht. Mrs. James Rainwaier and Mrs. W. D. Cobb were guests, nnd Miss Margaret Wrif-ht. who recently moved here from Paris, Term was introduced as a ne wmember. The meeting was opened with prayer of dedication for the Christmas yifts to the Jack missionaries in South Mrs. S. K. Garrott. Forming the centerpiece Chatflelds, Africa oy tall white Christmas candle with other holiday decoration. Mrs. Freoman Robinson conducted a business session and Mrs. J. W. MrHaney. program chairman. Introduced Miss Loti Rlln Alley, who in turn was in ehnrce of the program "The Bible and You." Those who took parts were Mrs. C. L. Moore. Mrs. J. w. Rainwater, and Mrs. Hary Bradley. After the missionary benediction was pronounced, a social hour was held, and "secret pals' exchanged gills. Detecting Popularity for Till CHEROKEE by »• it look,. S,ft Lrathp , m , , "1° • cl,«; r for ,,,„ ,„ ,.„,. ,.„, «mi,l,mrnl! snd con,].!,-;,,, mj. KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store it v Honny a satisfactory condition. His parents ar« Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hardest-y. Mrs. Harold Davis and infant . riauchter, Betty Louise, have been removed from Walls - Hospital to their home on Number Nine Road. Mrs. Davis IE the former Miss Betty Jean Hill. and Mrs. Larry Taylor and scripture from Matthew. Offertory prayer was by Mrs. Harpole. and,' Mrs. Cobb played "I Would Be True". In a business session. Mrs. i James Rainwater. Mrs. Cobb. and ' Mrs. Terry spoke on their trip to ; Woman's Reneat at Morrilton. Ark. | After the meeting was adjourned, i the hostess served refreshments. Open-1:00 p.m. Show Starts «t Dusk. I Shows Every Ni LAST TIMES TONITE DOLLAR NITE Bring a Carload for $1 Katherine Westbrook Is Hostess to YWA Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met Monday at the home of Miss Katherine Weftbroolt for „ Hardesty underwent an P r °?ram given by Miss Lounell Overman. Six members attended the meeting in which the hostess gave the devotional Miss Lucille Hubbard and Miss Overman ?ave parts on the program which was dismissed with prayer by the hostess, who served a dessert course. are spending wveral days here ss guests of Mr. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Ernest Roe, and Mr. Roe, and his sister, Feggry Ann Taylor. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION UM UU 'WaiUJ liT«!X5! I i",,-,,:-:i- j: .. a ?<•„ LAST TIMES TODAY Pius: Selected Short Subjects R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johc anrl fnmilv Mr. and .Mrs. Clvtus Hiiiley and family Mr. and .Mrs. {Icor;j;e Hutili.ird Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Watson anrl familv ROME (f t _ Tyrone Power has been Hollywood's most successful goodwill ambassador to Italy since the war, a Rome American News I survey showed. With the postwar upsurge in production both of American and Italian films here, hundreds of Hollywood figures have come here. The newspaper said that after Power, these nine Hollywood figures did the most to build good will for the U. S. film in Italy: Myrna Loy. Orson Wellej, Marc Lawrence, Sam Zimbalist, Binnie Barnes' Greeory Ratoff, Eduardo Cianelli, Williim C. Tubbs «nd Robert Taylor. Power waj commended for the way he "captured Italian hearts" by his friendliness, quiet dignified behavior and contributions to Italian charities. Plus Shorls; "Duck Soup" & "Painters Pointer" THURSDAY & FRIDAY The battle of Texas ...and the battle of Also Selected Short Subjects Here's real refreshment THURSDAY & FRIDAY Affair in Trinidad Plus Paramount News £ Selector] Shorts RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Honker Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Thrilkill Mrs. Clarence Wilsnn Mrs. Ha«ie Quinlon The wholesome^ goodness of Coca-Cola makes any pause refreshin" I O" Enjoy it ice cold—right from the bottle. 5* 80ITUO UNOi! »UtKORItT OF THi COCi.COlA CO*fAN» COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE 1 '«>. tXt COCJk.«XA COHMNT li )

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