The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1952 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 3, 1952
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FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 1952 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NETT3 Pat MuiUns, Society Editor etvd Phune 4461 Duplicate Bridge Round-Up Mrs. Morris Is Complimented at Dessert'Bridge Mrs. W. H. ASorris ivas complimented yesterday by her sister Mrs. Leonard Oldham, when she I.enterfatiKtJ members of the La F Nuovc Bridge Club at the Rustic Inn. da R l'nd I i I ?nri» Sal I, d 1 mUBhterSlBl ' cn ' uutcn ™ am Mrs. Foy Hichicscm! Noble h home S M ^? ve . n ? ade thcir «on third, and fourth went to Mrd mc.vt. MrTs p M 1 rHf\ l °, rnS "? ot 5 Wl °' w - Coppcdge and Mrs. O. O. Secern. Mrs. B. f. Martin, will leave Monday councille to join capt. Morris In Munich, oouncllle ' Germany, Saturday Game Saturday marked a maslerpolnt game for members of Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, when they played at Hotel Noble. Mrs. W. A. Affliek and Mrs. F. W. Whitncr took first place In the five- table Howeil movement. Mrs. o. S. Crowclt and Mrs. Jim Roleson won second, Mr.-*. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Foy Ktchleson Same. Winners Included Mrs. Harry W. Haincs and Mrs. H. C. Sims, first place; Mrs. W. A. Afflict and Mrs. S. E. Tune, second place; and Harry W. Haines and Jim Stevenson, third place. Thursday Game Frank Nelson and Oeorge Wises took first place last nisht at Hotel Noble in a six-table Hosvcl) move- Other guest* of the club were Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, Mrs. Ben A. Hall and Mrs. Bill Young. A dessert course was served preceding games, from the individual tables which v,'cre centered with ciainty rose buds In varied colors. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. O'Keefe and Young, winners of first and second, respectively, and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, bridge. Tuesday Game Six tables played at the Country Club Tuesday night in a weekly Garden Club Has Guest Speaker Mrs. Karl G. Phciffer, of Piggott, vice president of the Northeast Zone of Arkansas federation of Garden Clubs, presented a demonstrated lecture on flower nrran°e- ment at the Initial meeting of members of the Biytheville Garden Club Wednesday. . } In her talk, Mrs. Phelffer stated |7hat there are two kinds of flower people, growers «nd arrangers, but the important thing is to enioy them. She believes that anyone, with a little practice nnd few" mechanics, can make outstanding flower arrangements. Hostcscs for the occasion were Mrs. J. D. Barfcsdale. Mrs. Lee Stiles, Mrs. C. E. Graves. Mrs. J. L. Nabers, Mrs. J. V, dates Is chairman. r Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer will be in charge of a program on winter corsages the first Wednesday in November. Pretty And Easy To Wear 8884 _ f WJ I _ By Sue Burnett Thfa neat two, piece outfit Is so ^pretty for the mother-to-be, so ^comfortable to wear. The loose Jacket can be made with two necklines; skirt Is cut to provide for needed adjustment. Pattern No. 8884 is a sew-rite perforated pattern !n sizes 12. H, 16, 18. 20; 40. 41. Size 14 Jacket, 3Vi yards of 39-Inch; skirt, 2 yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Qilincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION lor '52. Pall and Winter, This new issue Is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewini for n new seaftin; gift pattern printed inside the book. 2oc. d place winners were Mis. R. F. Kfnsimer and J. L. Wnlin of Little Rock, while third went to Mrs. Oeorfia Bailey and Mrs. Audreanel Freeman. It was announced that there will be no Thursday night game next week due to the Northeast Arkansas Tournament which begins Friday. Bridge Luncheon At Country Club Members of Ihe Thursday Club held their first meeting of the season at nivthevllle Country Club yesterday with a two-course luncheon and bridge. Guests of the members were Mrs. Fred Heckle of Memphis, nnd Mrs F. E. Black. - A lai-fse low bott-l of zinnias and other fall flowers was used to center the Inrpe table from a'hich luncheon wa-s served. Mrs. E. n. Oee and Mis. R. D. Hughes won first and second, tn the afternoon's came. PAGE ITVB Mrs. Arthur Vance has been removed from Blytheville Hospital to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Killian of Manila arc moving to Blythcville, and will make their home on Country Club Drive. They have two daughters, Dixie Faye, a sophomore at University of Arkansas, and Bobbye June, a senior at Blytheville High School. .Mrs. Joe P. Pride ant! daughter. Mrs, C. C. Coimcille, were in Memphis Wednesday to visit their husband and father, Mr. Pride, who was a patient at Kennedy General Hospital. Mr. Pride accompanied them home. Mrs. E. B. iJoyd, who underwent major surgery at a Memphis hospital several weeks ago, has now been brought home. Linda Griffin underwent emergency surgery at the Blytheville Hospital yesterday. Her grandmoth- Mrs. Laura Hughes, is with her. Linda's condition is reported to be satisfactory. Yeoman Seaman Charles Buforrl Young was advanced to petty officer third class through «?rvice- wide comparative examinations of enlisted personnel conducted last July. The advancement will be in effect Oct. 10. Miss Polly Chisrn will arrive home today from Murray State Collese nt Murray. Ky., \?here she is "a freshman, to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chism. She is coming especially for the Cotton Picking Contest activities. Ijt. Ted Ijj-ster, who has been stationed in Japan for eight months Is now at home, and will be here until Oct. 26 when he reports to Lake Charles, La. His wife is the former Miss Jean Bourliuid. They, •with their son, Johnny, are at the home of Mrs, Lyster's mother, Mrs. John Bourland. Misses Shirley Kins and Dixie Killian, and Graham Sudbury are among University of Arkansas students spending the week end here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Heckle of Memphis were visitors here yesterday. Mrs. Smythe Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Gilbert Smythe was hostess to TLE Bridge Club yesterday at her home, when all members attended. A salad course was served soon after guests had arrived. Mrs. Smythe used si profusion of glardias to decorate her home. Later in the afternoon bridge games were conHurU'd and winners were Mrs. Dick Watson,- first, and Mrs. Jerry Scrape, second. Bridgo went to Mrs. F, Scrape. Club, Guests Play at Country Club Mrs. Rodney Banister was host- !fs to members of the Thursday Contract Club and four gwsts yesterday ».t the country Club with a two course luncheon and an afternoon of bridge. Guests for Ihe activities included Mrs. F. W. Whitncr, Mrs. Riley Jones. Mrs. M. A. Isaac and Mrs Elizabeth Robinson. The long table, where guests were seated, held a tow bowl of red roses set In swirls of greenery, In the afternoon's games, Mrs Whitncr won first place, with Mrs F. B. joyner taking second. Morning Party Given for Club Mrs. J. Louis Chery entertained members of her club, the Mid-Week. with a luncheon yesterday ss their initial meeting of the season. Mrs. Ed Dicks was a guest of the club members. In the morning bridge irame. Mrs. Hany W. Haines won first place, anri second plane went to Mrs. Cecil Shane. A two-course luncheon was served in the dining room which was decorated with arrangements of marigolds. Roses were uscrf in the living room. Layette Shower Is Given at Home Here A layette shower was given last night at the home of Mrs. Jim Kennedy for Mrs. Paul McNealy, when co-hostesses were Mrs. J. D" Atkins and Mrs. Katie Caldwell. Dahlias and marigold were used at intervals to decorate the enter tainlng rooms. The honoree's chai. was marked with a pink and white satin bo\v. Mrs. Darrell Lunsfbrd conducted snmes for the 31 guests with Mrs Dovie McCain and Mrs. Jamei Rambo winning prizes. Party foods and Iced drinks were served during the evening. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission S)c & 30c At All Times Coming .Events Saturday University Club dance to be held at 9 p.m.. Hotel Noble in Mirror Room. Hosts ami hostesses are Mr. ami Mrs. W. M. Jniitz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale, and Mr. and Mrs, J. W McHaney. Story Hour for children from first grade to sixth grade to be held at the Public Library. Blythe- villo Junior Auxiliary is" sponsor Afternoon game Duplicate Bridge League held at Hotel Noble. Dessert bridge and canasta benefit Is to be given by the UDC nt 1:15 p.m. at the Woman's Club. Mrs, Gean Atkinson may be called for reservations. Friday, October 10 Annual reception for members of the faculty of Blytheville Schools MAN I LA NEWS B> MRS, l.EE BAKER Di'Wis-Slvage Miss Hazel Geneva Deeds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ira Deeds and Howard L. C. Slvnge, son of Mr. and Mrs Everett Sivage were married Friday evening at nine o'clock The Rev. P. M. Sweet, Methodist minister, read the rites. The young couple will make their home in Manila. Engagement A»n«utired Announcement of the. engagement of Miss Peggy Ruth Bacon to Kenneth Gammill, was made this week by Miss Bacon's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Alfred E. Bacon. _^^ Tlie wedding will be solemnized in November at the Methodist Church, The pastor. Rev. N. Lee Gate, will perform the ceremony. Friday Clul) Meets Mrs, R, W. liatlon and Mrs. D. Willett of Hardy were guests Friday, when Mrs. A. E. McCulley entertained the Friday Club with R dessert bridge party at her home. In the games, Mrs. H. B, Perkins won high score prize while gift for low score went to Mrs. E. C. Flec- man. Mrs. Fox Hostess The first of a series of 12 monthly parties, planned by (lie Four Seasons club, was given by Mrs William G. Fox at her Manila home Friday. Mrs. Fox entertained members of the club with n luncheon complimenting Mrs. Roy Lee Ashabranner on her birthday anniversary. Red roses were used as a centerpiece for the luncheon table and to decorate the other rooms of the hostess' home. Mrs. Ashabranner was presented a gift corsage. Out of town members who were present for the party Included Mrs. O. O. Slivers of Blylheville, Mrs. Horace Mooring and Mrs. Frank Sweet Jr. of Leachl'llle and Mrs. B. F. Stewart, Jr., of Campbell, Mo. I'ersonnls Ann and Susan Osl>orne, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bilbo Osborne, are at home after an extended visit in Jonesboro with their grand parents, Mr. find Mrs. Claude Baptist Church Continued from t'A|c 2 secretary; Mrs. Harold Davis, pianist. Adult No. 11 ncpiirlmciil: Herbert Joyncr, director; Mrs. Russell Bnugii, associate director; Mrs. E. C. nrnwn. secretary and pianist. Young 1'enple's llejiarlmcnl: Mrs, James Fisher, director: Miss Minnie Brawn, associate; director nnd secretary; .Mr. nnri Mrs. Roland Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. J. H. Melton, ami Bill Patton. counselors. Intermediate Department: Miss Hazel Brnrmen, rilrectnr; Mrs. C. M. Abbott, associate director and secretary; Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mayrs, Mr. and Mrs. GarroU Abbott, Mrs. .loe Roach and Mrs. Jack Marsh, leaders nnd sponsors. .riinlur Department: Mrs. Jim Tompkins, director; Russell Ijnush associate director; Mrs. H H Brooks, secretary; Miss Ruby Brown, Mrs. Alma Johnson, Mrs. Mine Dover, Miss Erfic lee Terrell, Mrs. James Gardner. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, .Mrs. .Trick Hale. Mrs Charles Prnzier. and Mnrvin Razor, leaders imd sponsors. Primary Department: Mrs Ella Bofiim, director: Miss Clitic Overman nntl Miss Kathcritie Westbrook, lenders. Beginner Department: Mrs. Kh'g LaFc-mey, director; Mrs. James nrackln, Mrs. Billy Marshall. WOMAN'S ' MISSIONARY UNION: Mrs. Kendall Berry, president; Mrs. E. L. Haln. membership vice-president; Mrs. H. 11. Brooks, program vice-president; Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Young People's director; Mrs. Alvin Hardy, recording secretary; Mrs. E. D. S-.vaner, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Roy Head nnd Mrs. Albert Enderlhi, Young Women's Auxiliary counselors; Eugene Aulcn and Qnincy Alexander, Intermediate Royal Ambassador co- counselors: Bill Banister und Marvin Razor, junior P.. A. co- counselors; Mrs. Claude Rowland, counselor for Junior Girl's Aux- Ilinry; Mrs. Bill Banister and Mrs. Clarence Jonnson, Junior G. A co-counselors; Mrs. J. c. Edwards, Sunbeam counselor; Mrs. J. W. Rnyder. Mrs. 'J. T. Wcstbiook, Mrs. Fred Mrs. Robert, niaylock Mrs. W. W, Mitchell. Mrs. W. M Williams, and Mrs. Forrest Moore, circle chairmen: Dr. Edna Hies, sponsor for Business Women's Circle Eight, Mrs. Alvin Lane., spon- Cathcart. Mrs Katherinc Green of Little Rock spent the past week end visiting relative* here and In Jones- *..v, .tiv,m._,y ui wi.wn^vmu ocnoms LIL "S ii...iL,/e.s nere ann in Jones- given by the Woman's. Club, at the boro. Mrs. Green, a former member Bljlheville Hospital Dismissed: John Lloyd, city. IV.ills Hospital Dismissed: W. C. May, Memphis. Mrs. C. W. Neville, city. If you wash dishes by hand, do the glasses first to be sure the 1 H-.iter is clean and gro.nseiess. of the Blytheville High School /acuity, is now teaching In the commercial department of North Little Rock High School. James Moore, who has been a patient In a Memphis Hospital for the past three weeks, returned home Sunday. Miss Sandra Lou Downing has returned to her home. In Campbell, Mo., after a two-weeks visit here with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ashabranncr. MAKE HIGHWAYS *rff£.f PR YOUR "'* t*H AN Di^Hf- Strong, durable, water repellent, double seams, reinforced corners and with brass grommets. Here is maximum value at moderate cost. Sizes to fit practically all heeds. FORD AWNING COMPANY 113-115 S. Isl Phone 2972 Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores FRI - SAT FLASH Cameras for Rent Take wonderful Inrlnor pictures with a flash r.imcra from Bar- nrv's Cru;. Low rales. All kinds of camera supplies arc available here. Barney's Drug CAMERA IIE,inqi>ARTF,KS 2006 \V M'vin Thona 3<5n Serial: Tlic Zombies Also Cartoon SUN - MOM 2 HITS: IHJ mMAKE»s r -,:,^, "\ HARD, FASTf BEAUTIFUL! in 101 rJPIN3f«:mnn suuiu — rius— "Gas House Kids Go to Hollywood" With Dead Knd Kids Also Mefro .News 3 Mixing Bowls 2 Shakers 1 Cannisrer King Cotton Day Only Mefit Dreifus , . . Wear Diamonds STORES IN MEMPHIS, BLYTHEVILU AND DYERSBURQ Fonlwenr introduces a new fashion this fall . . . with heels hooded for a smooth line, a line thai clasps your font like a friendly hand! So very comforlnhlc and so nice in this utterly simple shoe. Green nusticde with russcf ijindinq or Rlnck nu- suede with red binding. Just 2" Barney's Shoe Store Next Door to Wade Furniture Co. FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land sor for Circle Nine. Miss Minnie Brown, chairman of Circle Kicht Mrs. j. M. Cleveland, chairman of Circle Nine. MEN'S BROTHERHOOO: E D. Cmfian Meets Old Bag Again: 'She's Been Aroun SAN ANTONIO IA<>— Lawrenc« La Rose met his old friend again. "That old bag his really been around." he sighed. LaRose is civilian Inspector In lh» clothing sales warehouse at Lackland Air Force Base here. And the"old brig" was the duffel bag which lie carried on an overseas tour with the Air Force in EnRliuirt and Germany between April, 1947, and March 1950. He and his "old friend" were separated in 19M. Whether "she" had cavorted overseas again with new friends In the interim cannot mr,r« a MKurHr.'KHOOO: E. D. | !>' •«"<!. La Rose 1 * full name and se- Swnner, president; Worth D. Hold- rlal number are still visible on the er. program vice-president; Marvin I 'MB. Hnzor, membership vice-president; ] — — Alvin Hardy, activities vicc-presi- I Squirrel Is 'Killed' dent; Kendall Berry, publicity I TV,/,.,, t. Ill- • u vice-president; A. R. peek, sccre-j ' WICe b Y Illinois Hunter tary-treasurer; Hnrolri Dr.-ls chor-' CEKTRALIA. III. (if) — Hunter Ister; Uosco Crafton, chairman of' R<1 " f "'-'"'l«y bss^d a squirrel, put I h's priw In ' food committee CHANCEL CHOIR: Mrs. Hovt ' brook, treasurer; : Rodfiers, librarian. Billy , his coat pocket and ^"1,,, '", Jl" , ) Villlsvllle home. ' Mnc pun and shot It again, this time dead. Open 7:00 SHOW Starts at Dusk; Z Shows Every Night LAST TIMES TONITE John Wayne Maureen O'Hara Plus Cartoon & Comedy SAT. ONLY: Double Fecrture Gewge BRENT-PriscillaLANE Serial: Oregon Trail & Cartoon ' < MONOOIAM FKTU*f SUNDAY and MONDAY now,. THE BIG CARNIVAL with JAN STERLING BobAilhur-PoilerHaH BILLY" WILDER' A Paiameufil PUtwie Plus! Cartoon & Comedy AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY Para. News Cartoon HAV/KS' THE l«i SKY co-*tarrrng KISK MUGUS-DtYW MftSJIH aiZABETH IHKUII VA'JJ /UlHUIt IIUNHICUTT R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. .J. folib Mr. and Mrs, Jimmie Kdv/nrtls ;iml!v Air. and Mrs. K;im Flormiizi Mr. and .Mrs. B. k fiondmnn SAT, ONLY: Double Feature jJB*UmEMURrW.rTO«ir Serial: The Hlack Ha»-ks & Cartoon SUNDAY and MONDAY WARNER BROS: MARVEL'OF MERRIMENT AND MELODY? . Also C.irloon £ Paramount News R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. C. I,. McWalrrs and fainil.v Mr. and Mrs. Toby Long and family Mr, and Mrs. (ieni-Rc 1'ollork Mr. and Mrs. Hcnnrd Cionch

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