The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1952
Page 4
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PAflE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS New* P«t Mulling, Society Editor Phuoe 4461 Delphian Society Gives Program Ml*s Ncal Lucket was lender of the program given yesterday at Hotel Noble for members of the Del- Ionian Chapter of the Delphian Society. The program, "Population: Room for AH," was given in live parts, Including. "The ABC of Poinilnlton Science," given by Mrs. Lloyd F'lor- man. Mrs. Jerry Cohen spoke on "Where People Live." Mrs. H. W. frylle on "Ebb and Plow of Population Title;" Mrs. Alvin Hardy un "Family snd Population Curve;" and Mrs. T. I, Seay on "Population on Policies." Nazarene Church To Have Rally Sunday Is world wide Sunday School Rally Day for all Churches of the riaz.irene. The Blytheville Nazarene Church Is locnted at First and Sycamore Street. Sunday School Superintendent Lawson Enderson Is expecting a large crowd from here and surrounding communities. The Rev. W. H. Johnson, superintendent of North Arkansas District, will be the speaker lor the H B.m. service. Climaxing the Rally Day activities, the Rev. Harold O. Thompson will be speaking for the church at the 7:30 p.m. service. CIB Club.Has Dessert-Bridge" Mrs. Lewis Henderson was hostess last night at her home when she entertained the members of CIB Club, for^ a desesrt course and bridge games. Miss Luella Barnes took first place, with second going to Miss Vera Ooodrlch and brldeo to Miss Betty Black. Indispensable For Women 8873 By Sue Burnett Build your daytime wardrobe for the winter season around one or two attractive skirts and see how versatile It will prove. This pair is especially for the larger figure. Pattern No. 8765 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in waist sizes 28. 30. 32. 34. 36, 38. 40. Size 30 2',4 yarns of 39-inch. Pattern No. 8873 is a scw-rile perforated pattern in waist sizes 2S, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38. Size 30 2<i yards ol 39-Inch. For these patterns, send 30c tor EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6. III. Ready lor you now—Basic. FASHION for '52, Pall and Winter. This new issue Is filled with ideas tor smart, practical seeing for ?. new season; gift pattern printed inside the book, 25c. Luncheon Given At Country Club A luncheon at the Country Club yesterday, followed by nn afternoon of bridge games, entertained members of (he Wednesday Club, when Mrs. H. H. Klrby was hosteM. Centering the Jong luncheon table, was a cluster of white dahlias, In a low arrangement. Gucsls for Ihe afternoon's activities included Mrs. JMsse.ll Phillips, Mrs. Riley B. Jones nnd Mrs. Marvin Robinson. Winner of the day's game were Mrs. Phillips, high, and Mrs. E. J. Cure, second. PEG Chapter. Has Initial-Meet Members of Chapter "D" of PEO held their Initial meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons with a luncheon followed by a business .session. "Hie H members were seated at the dining room table which was centered with rosrs. for the two- course luncheon. A profusion of roses In many varied colors and shadc« were used throughout the. home. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. E. n. Gee. president. In which Mrs. O, W. Affllck was elected recording sccrelary to take the place of Mrs, Monroe Craln, who IIRS moved to Okl/ihoma City, Plans were made for a visit from Slate Orgnnlzor Mrs. H. p. Westmorland of Conway, who will be here next week. Club Eight Plays In Allen Home Members of Club Eight gathered at the home of Mrs. B. C. Allen yesterday for an afternoon of bridge games. Mrs, 8. C. Owens was a guest Player with the group. Pink carnations, and mums In pastels were used to decorate (he entertaining rooms of her home. A dessert course was served. Winners of the games were Mrs. Charles Langston, who first plnco and brldgo. Second went to Mrs. Owens. Bits of News I tVloitftj Iceman a/ Mr. and Mrs, B. O. Stllea have returned to their home In Memphis alter visiting here as guesta of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Stiles, and his brother, W. L. Stiles, Mrs. Stiles and daughter, Betty Jo. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hoiichins, Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mis. M. O. Usrcy left yesterday for l-'nlton, Mo., where they plan to spend a few days. Misses Donna Sue Gore and Sally Trleschmnnn, freshmen at Mississippi Southern College in Ilattles- burir, arc pledging Ohl Omega 80- roi-lly. Miss Gore Is Hie daughter ol Mrs. lone Gore and Miss Trlcsch- niann Is the daugliler of Mrs. J. a. Trie.schm»nn, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook spent Saturday in Holly Sprint's, Miss.. snd attended the funeral ol a relative. Guests of the W. D. chambllns lor the week end wilj bo Mrs. Hurry Pulton and Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton of Greenwood, Miss. They will arrive tomorrow, and are coming especially for She Northeast Arkansas Urldge Tournament. Mrs. Ira S, Jozies, Jr., ot Fort Smith. Is spending a week with her parents. Mr, and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Mrs. E. C. Williams nnd Mrs. Robert I. Thompson were In Memphis yesterday to be the guests of Mrs. J. S. Shields for the Josephine Cir- elc luncheon nnd fn.shion show at l!:e Peabody. Mrs. John Bcott, Miss Teenye Heed and Mrs- Q. H. White spent ycaterduy shopping in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Anderson announce the b)rl>i of their first son at. Walls Hosltnl Saturday. He Is their third child and hns been named Charles Edward. Their daughters, five and three years old, are Uarbara ami Mnr.shn. Mrs. Anderson wns before her marriage Miss Manola Williams. Mr. slid Mrs. L. E. Old plan io attend the Regional Business Conference oi Prudential Insurance Company In Houston, Tex., Oct. 16 n and 18. Sudbury PTA Has Business, Speaker Mrs. Gilbert Bmythe presided over a business meeting of Sudbury Parent-Teachers Association yesterday at the school. After the regular order ol business, committee reports were heard. Mrs. E. p. Pry read the budget nnd Mrs. K. M. l.arkin announced the membership drive which wilt close Nov. 7. Prizes for the. winning rooms will lie annulment Nov. 12. Mrs. Vance Henderson said a study course will be held at Lange Oct.. 29. Mrs. Jimmle Sanders gave a report on Ihe summer round-lip and Mrs. King LaFerncy, chairman ot all room mothers, nnmc<l room mothers for various grades. They Include Mrs. James Bnrksdale, Mrs Neely Flowers, Mrs. Eugene Hood. Yarbro PTA Meets At Grade School A monthly merlin; of the Yarbro Parent-Teachers Asociatlon was held yesterday at the school at 2:30 p.m., preceded by an executive meeting ai 2 p.m. Mrs. James H. Oill. president, presided nvnr the business session, when plans for the coming council meeting were completd. H will be held Oct. 17 at the Methodist Church in Ynrbro, with registration to begin at 9:30 a.m. The members of the sixth grade entertained tnc group with resonator bells, directed by Mrs. Ralph Brrryman. Miss Winnie V. Turner was guest speaker, and chose as her subject, "Why He Acts That Way." Plain for Ihe Halloween Carnival which Is to be heUI Oct. 30 were completed. The fifth grarte mothers were hostesses for the nflcrnoon. Mrs. Charles Graham, Mrs. Wilbur denning, Mrs. G. M. Abbott. Mrs. Jerry Hcnrn. Mrs. H. L. Hood, Mrs Albert Riding*, Mrs. Alvin Dine, Mrs. Shields Edwards, • Mrs. H. B. Richardson. Mre. Joe Atkins and Mrs. Lolioy Wadkins. Mrs. J. C. Edivarris was on hand to distribute tickets for the "Micky, the Mngicinn" show to be held Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the new high school proceeds from which will go to the feiiccj.lind. Koom ijowit weiu to Miss Mary Hubler. Mrs: Qertrude Sansom, nnd Miss Alma Ptter.5. Mrs. E. L. Boggs, H.uisii.m chalr- mnri, Introduced Mrs. K. E, Stevens, who gave, the devotional, followed by the president's message, which was read by Mrs. I.con Burns. Mrs. James M. Ray wns the guest speaker tor the afternoon who chnse as her subject, "Importance of Voting." Refreshments were served by the sixth grade mothers. Marriage Licenses : The following couple yesterdiy . obtained n marriage license from | Ihe oftice of the County Clevk, Mrs. ' Elizabeth Elythe Pnrker: R. T. Coney ot Sikeston and Florena Morris of Maiden. Corning Events St. Stephen's Episcopal Church preaching mission, 1:30 p.m. Friday Annual reception for members of iho faculty of Blythevllle Schools given by Ihe Woman's Clufe, .it the club. , Stitch and Chatter Club meets wllh Mrs. Harold Eubanks at 1:30 p.m. B!.>l!ifril!e Hospital Dismissed: Herbert. Murff. Cnrnthersvllle Donna McUcrmott. City Wall.! Dismlsed: Mrs. V. L. Blackwcll. Steelo Josephine Longorla, City Jean Olive, City Mrs. James Phillips, city Mrs. Helen Frazier, City Russell Jackson, City pictures for perfect home harmony Yts, ZO^r oft on \ccdlcpo nl pictures. Needlepoint ifool and Millcrshurit stools. -Also 20'- r off on nil LINEN'S, Cutnorlt Table Cloths, Pillow Slips. Card T.ihle Linens and durst ToncK Colored T;ihle riollu In \\ooillnml Grrcn. Yellow, riiarlrcuar and CUsv. Lovely Mirrors in gold ani ivhilr frames. Brcally re- 3uced. O OFF LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP 311 N. Bill SI. 1'hnne 6376 NA7TO.\AL EXECUTIVES VISIT — At X coffee given last night at Alvin Huffman, Jr., home, the Blythevllle Junior Auxiliary honored three national officers. They were greeted by Mrs. Oscar Pendler (left) national fourth vice president. Oth- Natn'l President Complimented by Junior Auxiliary 'Stressing child welfare as the Important aim ol Junior Auxiliary work, Mrs. Thomas J. Peter, national president, of Meridian, Miss., last night commended the- BJythe- vllle members on their projects, and warned them not to lose sight of that goal. Accompanied by Miss Merle Causey of Meridian, national recording secretary, and Ml.w Martha Wise, of Warren, Ark., national executive secretary, MM. Peter ivas greeted by Mrs. Osrnr Pendler, national fourth vice president, and iNtrs. James C. Guard, Blythevllle chapter president. Tney were entertained by the local Auxiliary with = n t Informal coffee at the home of Mra | Alvin Huffman, Jr.. last night. Mrs. peter cited the worthiness of the group's work In Lange School ers (left to right) are Mrs. Thomas J. Peter, of Meridian, Miss., national president; Miss Merle Causey, also ot Meridian, national recording secretary; and Miss Martha Wise ol Warren, Ark. national executive secretary. (Courier Newi Photo) for Exceptional Children, and visual screening program, as the correct approach to the community need for child care, and emphasized tlmt while many projects benefit other phases of community life, and financing must take an Important part In the chapter's time. It Is necessary to keep child welfare as the essential projects, as the Bly- thevllle group has done. Due to the "mushrooming" growth of the National Association, which was formed In 1937, Mrs. Peter explained many needed changes to strengthen the organization and extended an invitation to the group heifc to attend a national board meeting to be helrt in Memphis Nov. 8. at which the changes wiii be discussed. Mrs. Peter and her party, on a tour of IB chapters, were en route to Jonesboro to present a charter to that group, which was sponsored by the Blythevilte Auxiliary. More than 30 members attended the coflee at the Huffman home where they were received by Mrs. R A. Nelson and Mrs. Robert O. McHaney who poured. Refreshments were served from the dining table on which Mrs. Huffman used a cutwork Madeira cloth centered with Radiance roses. . In the other entertaining rooms Mrs. Huffman used yellow ant white astors, and tea roses. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9r « 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TONMTE Double Kenture RANDOLPH 'H'BROO CRAWFORD Also Cartoon FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double SEE! Tut rtuiKE mm itrttu *«£.« till 1 FEMCMM ictt... Serial: The Zombies Also Cartoon AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY & FRIDAY THE STORY OF WILL ROGERS WlLLROGERS>JANEWYMA • • Hl« Fath«r as Mr*.Will Rogers -,..V- ; ' *" T " FflRlF fANTflP o.-teiin »r '"^ j*Mt» CLIAIQN a *j LU UIC unillUR <nkiiHwJ/ Hinilfl C11BTI7 :-r,t- PL- i. FRANK DAVIS .-a STANLEY ROBERTS BH»I>«U ^UHIIi Paramount News. Cartoon & Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Criggcr and family Mi. und Mrs. Sam Norris and family Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snoclgrass Mr. and Mrs. T. C. 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