The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1952 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Satiety, Afeutd; Fat Muilins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Burdette PTA Has Meeting Thirty one members of the Burdette Parent-Teachers AssocSntion attended a Thursday afternoon meeting which was preceded by a meeting of.the executive board. Mrs. Tom CMIls. secretary, read the minutes of their last meeting, and a treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Harry Lutes The organization presented the school with three first a^ti kits, to be placed In the library, Horn:: Economics cottage, and the AericiiKnre building, Mrs. Conv-ay D'jncan. who presided over the- sc^lon, appointed Mrs. Charlie Hicks rhairmim of the concession stand rcx.mil tee, and Mrs. J. T, Stalcup as chairman of publication committee In a program, devotional thoughts were pIven by Mrs, Edith Eppcr- son. The president's message was given by Mrs. Logan Perkins, and a talk on "What _Your Library Means to You," was"etven by Mrs. J. J. Morgan. "Good Sportsmen ore Good Citizens," was given by Mrs. Charles Sims. Hostesses for the day were Mrs, J. L. Brothers. Mrs. Oscar Patterson, Mrs. Maxlne Mlddlctoti, and Mrs. Baud Brothers. The president announced that the November ni?eMn<? u'JJl be father's night, and will ne preceded by, an executive board meeting ot 1 p.m. Weekly Rook Game Played by Club Mrs. Cteo Wren was hostess to members of the Thursdny Rook Club, when they played a weekly game. Mrs. Lonn!e Boydston, who was a guest of the club, won first place, nnrf second \vent to Mrs. Wren. Mrs. W, B. Mayo won rooko. The hostess served a sandwich ptale and drinks. Tops in Teen-Age Frocks B87& 7020 \T By Sue Burnett UDC Luncheon At Rustic Inn - Members of the Elliot Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters of Confederacy met for a 12:30 p.m. uneheon at the Rustic Inn Thursday, followed by a business meeting and program. Hostesses for the occasion were tfrs. John StnoLhermnn, Mrs. W. I. Dculon, Mis. S. P. Martin, Mrs. J. D. Clark. Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. W. T. Oberst, A two-course luncheon was served ho 11 present, from a long table, centered with an oblong shaped bas:et of marigolds. Place cards were led with white and red verb inns, he chapter colors. Mrs. J nines 8. Clark gave the 'Life and Tragic Death of David O. Dodd." Mrs. Henderson Hull gave two of her original poems. Mrs, Charles Alford, division recording secretary, a tics Mrs. Love Adums, chapter delegate, will attend the annual convention of the Arkansas Division In Tcxarknna on Oct. 22, 23 .nnd 24. Bits of News I i/'l Coming Events Monrlay Christian Women's Fellowship ot First Christian Church has group meetings, Hopt meets at 2 p.in, with Mrs. John Dtirlian and Faith group meets at 2 p.m. with Tvlrs. Albert Taylor. Women's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church has 1 p.m. covered dish luncheon followed by Business and Roynl Service Program *\t 2 p.tn, Mlr%s Adullnc Lee Is hostess to members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church nl her home. Circle One of Women's Missionary Union. Trinity Baptist Church, meet nt the home of Mrs. R. w. Wootcn nt 63(1 Lnke Street nt, 2:30 p.m. Circle Two ol WMS of Trinity Baptist Church tncct& at the home of Mrs. E. o. Lovcll tit 2:30 p.m. at 705 Lilly, Tuesday High School Parent-Teachers Association has a 3 p.m. business session nt the nnditorium preceded by open executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Alpha DeHn Chapter of Beta Slsnia Phi will be -entertained by Mrs. Dick Watson at the Rustic Inn. .Junior Auxiliary hns a 10 a.m. meeting at the Country Club. Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mrs. O. O. Hartiaway arc hostesses to members of the Charlevolx Chapter of the Daughters of the American Uevo- Juiforrnt 1 p.rfi. at thh hotefc Mrs. Kucene Brown Is hostess to members of the BSW Samba Club. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meets. Country Club Is scene of Blylhe- vilie Dupllcnto Britipc League game. Wednesday j-fcMrs. Paul Jobs entertains mem- llfTs of Club Eight. C1B Club is entertained by Mrs N, Nunn. Mrs. Charles Ro.se entertains nt Country Club for members of Wednesday Club. Thursday ursday Rook Club meets in the i,of Mrs. Leon Schcrer. rs! Marvin Lnne is hostess to bicmbers ot the c. nnd N. Birthday t'tub. Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Owen ore spending this week end In Henderson, Tenn., where they are visit- ; ing relatives. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls are in Nashville, Tenn,, for Vnndcrbllt- Ole Ml.ss homecoming football game. Their sons, Tom and Joe. are students there. Mr, and Mrs. Churchill Buck have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of Orlando, Fin., who are former residents of BlythcvlUc. Drs. Carl nnd Edna Nics are spending the week end in Memphis. Among students from Memphis State homo who arrived home yesterday for the weekend are Miss Jure Vcach and Joe Ray Price. Mr and Mrs. John Ed Regenold are the parents of a daughter, their fJr.st child, born Thursday at the Walls Hospital. She has been named Dixie GoHten. Mrs. Regenold is the former Miss Martha Dale Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ro'^c are attending the Arkansas - Baylor football gome in Little Rock, to be played tonight. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Evrard and daughter, Diane, of Memphis -st spending the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Mr. and Mrs, Kendall pprry are spending the week end In Little Rock with their son. Allen, who is attending the University of Arkansas School of Medicine there. They were Joined there by their younger son. Jerry, a student at University of Arkansas nt Fnyettcville. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush have ind fls their guests, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hcckln, of Cincinnati, O.. who j have returned to their home. ; Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Miller of Memphis will arrive to spend the' week end with her mother, Mrs. Lucy McAdams. They win be accompanied home by Miss Nancy Hughes, who" will be the 1 week end guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Mi's, T, J, Mahan snd daughters, Mrs. Margaret Bell and Mrs, Byron Morse, will leave todny lor Princeton, Ky.. to visit the John Mahaus. Airs. Bell nml-Mrs. Morse plan to return Sunday, nnd Mrs. Mahnn will visit her daughter, Mrs. Josiah Fort and Mr. Fort at Ctarksvllle, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch have as their week end guest, Marl in Dyke q[ Memphis, who came es- P9Clni^> for" the Northeast Arkansas Bridge Tournament. SATURDAY, OCT. II, 195* Foy Burlison and baby, Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Steele Jane Collins, city Mrs. John Hoden and baby. City Mrs. Thomas McCoy and baby, Victoria Walli Hospital Dismissed: Thelma Edwards, Dell Mrs. Clyde Hill, Tomato Mrs. W. B. S. Hill, City Mrs. Liza Forsythe, city Mrs. Byron G. Hall, City Gary Bevill, City Mrs. Richard Monor and baby, Tyronza J. H. Sandefur. City Mrs. Alley Hughes, City Celestine Rojas, Dell J. W. West, City Indoor playtime Inevitably means cluttered room. You can solve the problem if you provide plenty of shelves and cabinets for storage, and arrange the furniture to leave wide open spaces of polished floors that need only a whisk and a wax- Ing to be kept clean and neat. Bible Reod 72 Times by Women POMONA, Calif, m— A 18-year- old Pomona woman has read th« Bible through 12 time«. With good luck find a litlle mor« lime, Mrs. Helen Burlingame hope* (a read the Scriptures through a» many times as she Is years old. It took Mrs. Burlingame 10 years to catch up with a Baptist missionary whose record was 70 readings. She lies do™ to study three to (our chapters at a time, usually twice a day. In 48 years of continuous Bible reading, the California woman has worn out only three Bibles. If you find a cigaret smoldering on your rubber flooring after the guests leave, there's no need to wor- jy. One of the advantages of «asy- to-care for rubber flooring Is that it won't burn. The cigaret will go out. leaving only a nicotine stain, A quick rub with a rag or mop, dampened in clear water, will remove the mark in short order. WINKERS OK MIXED PAIRS — In a new dl- vision. Mixed Pairs, of tl;e District Bridge Tourna- mcnt now being held at Hotel Noble, Mrs. M. L. Terry of Memphis (seated left) and Monroe solo- mon of Memphis, (standing left) won first place last night In the 1 first, session of the three-day event. Other winners are Mrs. J. M. Matthews of Memphis and Mrs. John Potts of Memphis (seated), winners of second place, and Mrs. O. w. McG'utchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips (standing) winners' of third place. At^ p,m. this afternoon, Men's Pairs and Women's Pairs games will be - conducted. Begln- nlng tonight at 8 p.m., the first of two sessions of Open Pairs games will be conducted, with the second session to begin at 2 p.m. Sunday. Following tonight's game, a buffett supper and party will be held for players. (Courier News I'hoto) Reception Is Held For Faculty Attention Please! MISS. COUNTY SINGING Sunday 1 p.m. till 4 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Our Special Guests Mason Hall Melody Quartet- Mr. Phillip West from Kenlon, Tenn. at (he Piano Come & Be Our Guests! the scene of Club's weekly Mrs. Chester The belle of the campus—n simple frock that Is definitely young and nattering with a flair lor taking every day-tlme-throllgh-date- time hour in its stride. Accent with fashion's pet, the wide belt. Pattern No. 6870 Is a se«--rite perforated pattern in sizes 10. 12. 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 12, short sleeve. 3T4 yards of 39-inch. For iliis pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name .address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue 3urnett. Courier News, 375 Quincy St.. Chicago G, 111. Ready Jor you now Basic FASHION for '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. ' Country Club Is Thursday Contract game. H«s'.cs« is Cnldwcll. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Holel Noble. Mrs. Aubrey Conway is hostess to members of the Mid-Wcek Club. Mrs. N. G. Jerome "is hostess to members of the Ln Nucve Club. TLE Club plays at the home of Mrs. Herman Turner. Mrs. Frank Ser\y entertains members of GEO. Friday Mrs. Mason Duy. Jr., Is hostess to members ot the La Finesse Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plavs at Hotel Noble. Cotillion Club hosts nnd hostesses are Mr. nnd Mrs, J. F. Montandon. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford G. Shelton, Dr. and Mrs. Don F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley. Dancing begins at 9 p.m. In the Mirror Room of Hotel Nolile, preceded by a business session In the Colonial Room at B:30 p.m. Three Guests Meet With Club Players Mrs. .Whitney Morgan, Jr., -was hostess'ypoUfdny tn her bridge club, the Ln Finesse, when three puesUs pin vert bridge with the members. GueaU included Mrs. J. \V. McHaney, Mrs. Bill Radcr, nncl Mrs- Robert I- Thompson. Mrs. Morgan centered tables with small clusters of yellow flowers. Bronze nnd {-olrl bnby mums were used at intervals in the entertaining rooms. j Winners of the bridge game were More than 75 members of the faculty ot Blythevllte Schools at- j tended an annual reception at the Womniis 1 Club RJ hers last evening, Mrs. C. A. T.int, president c>[ the organi/ntfon, was In charge of Wei- coming the guests. A lace cloth over pink was on the IOIIR table, which held tea service, coffee service and individual decorated tea cakes. Pink "astors and jiink rosebuds formqd the centerpiece in crystal, which was finnked by pink candles, nlso In crystal. The same centerpiece of pink nstors, rose buds and tapers was repeated on the mantel and piano. Mrs. Wllltcm Wyatt and Mrs. Ben Hall ponred. Mrs. ,1. c. Lowe presented soft piano selections during the event, which was held between 8 and 9:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and Mrs. Hall were? in charge of decorations. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. J. A. Bryant, Mrs Rnlelgh Sylvester, Mrs. J. F. Owens. Mrs. E. F. Bio- mcycr and Mrs. A. G. Hall made lip the refreshments committee and Mrs. Huuh Wrulsitt was chairman for invitations. Be sure your new pressure cooker is equipped with a safety device to relieve excess pressure if for sojne reason the regular controls should fail to operate. Chances are, If the cooker is used correctly, the safety release will probably never be called into use. Mrs. Mcllaney, first, Mrs. Rader, second, and Mrs, Marvin Nunn, Jr brtrigo. 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