The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 13, 1952
Page 2
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MONDAY, OCT. 19, 1991 Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Cody, Memphis, Tcnn. * * * * winners of Open Pairs. * * Mrs. John Polls. Little nock, Ark., and Mrs. J. M. Matthews, Dallas, TCXHS plnccd second in Open Pair event. Curtis Finch and 8. M. Harris, LJltle Rock, placed first In Men's Pairs, Martin Dyke, Memphis, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch placed [irst iVi Consolation piny. District Bridge Tournament Ends; Winners Are Announced A three-day bridge tournament for Ihfi Northeast Arkansas Division ended here yesterday afternoon at Hotel Noble, following games conducted Friday night, Saturday afternoon and night, and Sunday afternoon. i of Little Hock won lirst in east- >.st pairs, with second in cast- wcst pairs going to Mrs. C. E. Dnggetl of Maria nna, ami Mrs. Dick White of Blythcvllle. In the final session of open pairs. plnyed Saturday afternoon were H, played Sunday afternoon, Mr. and M. Harris and" Curtis Finch, both Mrs. C. G. Cody of Memphis won Mens' Pairs games and Women's Pairs games were conducted Saturday afternoon, following a session of Mixed Pairs games, which were played Friday night. Winners of the Men's Pairs first place. Pairs, winners Mrs. John Potts of Little Rock Mrs. A. F. Lntura and Mrs. and Mrs. J. M. Matthews of Dallas, Tex., took second place, with third going to Mrs. C. W. Hamilton and Mrs. H. E. PnUon of Clnrksdale, Miss. Fourth place went Lo Mrs. E. K. Bennett of Memphis, while Mrs. B. A. Lynch of Blylhcvlllc nnd Martin Dyke of Memphis took first place in a consolation game played Sunday. of Little Rock. In the Women's were C. G. Cody, both of Memphis, first place; Mrs. W. I... Tenry and Mrs. Houston Payne of Memphis, second place; and Mrs. Benton J. Brandon and Mrs. John Potts of Little Rock, third place. The first of two sessions of Open pairs games was conducted Saturday night In two sections. In Section A, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Holeson of Blythevllle won first' place In north-south pairs, with second In north-south pairs going to Mr. and Mrs. C. G. corly of Memphis. Mrs. K. Laturu nnd Mrs. Merton Jones of Memphis took first place In cast-west pairs, with second in east-west pairs going to Mrs. Harry W. Unities nrirt Mrs. Hunter C. Sims of Blvtheville. First plnceMn north-south pairs of Section B went to Mrs. John Potts of Little Rock and Mrs. J. M. Matthews of Dallas, Tex. Second place In north-south pairs went to Mrs. O. W. McCulchen and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls of Blythe yille. Curtis Finch and S. M. Har- Hqryest Supper Planned by Church Women's Society of Chris! Itm Service of Promised Land Methodist Church will have their minimi Harvest Supper at the Promised Land School Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Mrs. J. M. Veasey Is chairman of the event and co-chairman, Is Mrs. Bill Harding. This is the church's 53rd consecutive supper, and an attendance of about 400 is expected. Lange Teachers Hold Professional Meet On Friday morning at 11 o'clock, the Lunge teachers held their first professional meeting. School was carried on as mothers came to sit; with each room while the teacher attended the meeting. During this time. Mrs. Amiabclle Fill, from the Health Unit talked with them concerning their henlth program. Each teacher was given folders to keep R health, record of every child in her room. Mrs. Fill discussed the services available at the health clinic. Mrs. Freeman Robinson, also from the health unit, talked on nutritions and the child. She stressed that cod- liver oil could he furnished for any child who n.eeds it. It was decided that on every other Wednesday morning similar meetings will be held. Mrs. A. P. laturn and Mrs. C. G. Cody, Memphis ,vran the Women's Pair even Saturday. Bits of News Family Reunion Given in Home The children and families of the late Mr, and Mrs. Jake Smith gathered at the home of Mrs. J. H. Johnson yesterday lor a family reunion, when luncheon guests included 65 members ol the family. Zinnias, mums, and prince feathers were used in the home, where luncheon was served buffet style. Out-of-town guests were ' from Lane nnd REdgely, Tenn. Included were Louis Smith, Jim Smith, Mrs Ella Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs Herbert Cunningham, Mr, arid Mrs. John Hale and children. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Bradshaw, Mrs. Julis Kirk, Mrs. Vernon Hufsterter, Mrs. Annie Boone, Mrs. O. C. Robinson and daughter, and grandchildren. Mrs. Georgie Macklin, and Mr. and Mrs. Enlow AdkSns and daughter. Other guests were from In and around Blythevklle. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Campbell of Memphis announce the birLh of their first child, a daughter. Oct. 3 in Memphis. She has been named Patricia .lean. Mrs, Campbell is the former Miss Billic Jean Sawyer of BurdcUc. Because of III health, Mrs. Louise Payne has returned home to Jonesboro and will be at, the home of lier dmiKhter, Mrs. Marvin Siuuler- son. She has lived here for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Rnydo Veach and family have as their housegucsts, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Neclcy of Clo- vls, N. M., and Mrs. Bob Crook and rtnugrttcr, Ltuda Dny of Los Alamos, N. M. SgL and Mrs, W. E. Sawyer, Jr. and family of Camp Alterbury, Jncl.', have been the guests of SgL Sawyer's mother, Mrs. Annie May Sawyer, for the past week. They have gone to Columbia. S. C., where Mrs Sawyer and children will mnkc their home while SgL. Sawyer is overseas. She and the children plan to join him overseas in several months Mrs. B. F. Gay is visiting her .son D, F. Gay, Jr., and. family li Memphis this week. Mrs. J. D. Cunningham of Hamp- | ton, Va.. has returned to her home • after being the guest of her tunth- ; or, Mr.s. C. S. Birmingham. Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Garriyan were in Memphis Saturday night for the wedding of Miss Nancy Tnlley and John E. Harwell at fil- vary Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gnrrlgnn were met (here oy their daughter. Mrss Gay Garrigan, student at University of Arkansas, who assisted at the reception at Annual Tea Given 3y Sorority Here Members of I he Alp list Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi honored Lhelr pledges yesterday at the home of Mrs. Todd Harrison with nn annual tea. Assisting Mrs. Harrison were Mrs. Blake Polly, and Miss Polly S*,ew- art. Yellow, the Smority color, carried out the motif lor the entire occasion. On the dining room table was nn ecru lace cloth over yellow. Punch ami assorted pnrty foods were placed in cut crystal. Sterling silver cnndehibra held burning ycl-. low tapers, *>n either side ol fK large low centerpiece made of tnnrlgold, golden glow, and puffs of ffotrt mn- Itn. Seen in other parts of the home were other bouquets of baby mums, chrysanthemums, golden glow and marigold. Room Queen Chosen By Burclette Class Members of the Junior Class of Burclette High School held n class meeting, with Billy Lutes presid- j itig, to choose their room queen! and room mother. Shirley Seville was chosen as jueen with Jimmy Epperson as her escort. Mrs. Lo;;a!i Perkins Is room tiother. and in other business, the class vnteri that the entire class would pick cotton one day to finance class projects. be with, their uncle and brother, George Wright, who underwent major surgery at Walls Hospltn la-it week. His condition is reported improved. Mrs. w. A. Stickman spent the week cud in Memphis with the J, E. Patterson family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tate and children, Cilorin, nnd Mike, of. Memphis, spent the week end with Mrs. Tale's parents, Mr. and M rs, G A. O ree ti, and will rerti n i n for the funeral of Roy Slicppard. Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Edward .Hamlelt, Steele Mrs. Houston Brown, Tyler Valley VVeericn, City . Mattie Rtley, City Larry Caldwcll, City- Mrs. H. G. Eag;:ii and baby, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. D. A. Smith. City Mrs. Quincy Mason, City Potluck Supper Is Given fbr Union Members of the Growers Union of Calvary Baptist Church were entertained xviih a social and potluck supper, when 10 members and two guests attended. Guests Included Miss Bonnie The hard, smooth surface of class pots and pans is easy to keep clean. Soak mensils to loosen stuck-on food. Use fine cleaning powder ratli- than rough cleansers that might scratch the surface. Glassware should be protected from sharp changes in temperature and from boiling dry. Webb, and Mrs. SadEe Cunningham. Group singing nr.d a devotional on "Growing for the Master," given by Mrs. Georgie Hodge followed supper. Alter games and contests had been conducted, they were dismissed by Mrs. Leolan Hodge, Coming Events ' Tuesday Women's Society of Christian .ervice of Promised Land Methodist Church holds their 53rd annual larvesl Supper at the Promised ,Hnd School from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Order of the Eastern Star has meeting nnd initiation tit the Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. High School Parent-Teachers Association hits a 3 p.m. business session fu the auditorium preceded by open executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will be entertained fay Mrs. Dick Watson at the Rustic Intu Junior Auxiliary has a 10 a.m. meeting at the Country Club. ,\frs. F. B. Joyner end Mrs. O. O. Hardaway are hostesses to members the Chnrlevolx Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at 1 p-m. at the hotel, Mrs. Eugene Brown Is hostess to members of the BSW Samba Club. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meets. Country Club is scene of Blythe- j ville Duplicate Bridge League game. • Wednesday Colonel 1 John Martin Chapter of the Daughters of American Colonists has 11 a.m. meeting at the Hotel Noble, followed by luncheon, j Mrs. Paul Jobe entertains metn- j bers of Club Eight. GIB Club is entertained by Mrs. H. N. Nunii. ] Mrs. Charles Rose entertains at ! the Couniry" Club for members of I the Wednesday Club. | Thursday ! Thursday Rook CUib meets In the home of Mrs. Leon Scherer. Mrs. Marvin Lane is hostess to members of the C. and N. Birthday Club. Country Club Is the scene of Thursday Contract Club's weekly game. Hostess is Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Aubrey Conway is hostess Mrs. Herman Turner. Mrs. Frank Seay entertains members of GKO. Friday Ladles Bible Class of the Fust Cough Help LITTLE CHILDREN Method^ Church^ inlets at 2:30 j For coughs and acute bronchitis due to «, x. »T__,-.,..„. L . o | ( | s j. QU e;m now g e( Crcomutsion specially preparedforChildrcn in anew [link and blue packace and he sure: (1) Your cliilJ will like it. (2) It contains only safe, proven (3) It contains no narcotics lo disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid nature lo soothe and heal raw, lender, inflamed throat nnd bronchial membranes, thus relieving I he cough and promoting rest and sleep. Ask for Creomulsion for Children in the pink and blue package. CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN reJjovei Coughs. Cheit Colds, Acut* Bronchitis p.m. at the Church. Hostesses are Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. W. A. Stiek- mon, Mrs. L-. M. Burnette, Mrs, N. W. Kyle. Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., is hostess j to members of the La Finesse Club, J Saturday j Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble Cotillion Club hosts and hostesses are Mr. ant! Mrs. J. F. Montandcn, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford G. Sheltoti, Dr. and Mrs. Don F, Smith, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whltlcy. Dancing begins at 9 p.m. in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble, preceded by a business session in the Colonial Room at 8:30 p.m. Then Don't Spoil It With Sour Stomach—Acid Indigestion! Yes, for only a dime rull of Turns, you can have more fun today and every day—eating I he foot! s you lik c without fear of sioni- ach i r er a L- niost instantly, Timi hriiiR southing relit, from heart hum, gas, nrcijurt pains. Quickly neutralize., excess acid. No niixinp, no j. Just eat i or 2 delicious Turns after nit ill 5 nr whenever too much eating, drinking, smoking upset your stomach. C7ci a roll of America's Favorite -ifter-meal mints tnJay. to members of the Mid-Week Club. Mrs. N. G. .Jerome is hostess 10 nembsrs of the La Nueve Club. TLE Club plays at, the home of [t (he Colonial country Club, follow- In p the wedding. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wright of Halis. Tenn. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Barney Crews and Children, Thelma Ann, Barney, Jr., Vivian, nnrt AnnnbcHe of Jackson, Tenn., were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Speck McGregor and Mrs. Lilly Slsk. They came especially to As Fresh As a Field of Daisies.., Wonderful nc* gift Items at (he Gift Shop! \ \ Mrs- Kllznhcth Br>an Kooniz, sister of thr late Mr. Mess Brya-n, has jusl returned from the New York market. You're sure lo like tlie many lovely gill creations . . . like a Reid of sparkling daisies. Signed cutglass footed bowls, punch bowls and com potts . . . MllkmMri . . * compacts by Volupte . . miniature dolls. Yes, (here's a delightful array of plfls at ihc Gift Shop now . . . more will arrive daily. Mrs. Koontz is endeavoring to give you the (tame fine selection of gift iterm that you've appreciated so much In the past. Main t t»is rice the melons payl WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10c St.Josepn ASPIRIN ORANGE OF ll • ] :"! Hie UNITED STATES 1 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION illlf VlIB I 101 LAST TIMES TODAY! —PLUS— BARBARA STMWYCl- PMIl MHttlftS ROBERT RYAI-MARIIYIMMtK CLASH BY Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel World's Outstanding Concert Band LEGION MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. WED., NOV. 5th Sludenl Matinee 2:30 p.m. Adm. 50c SI Night Performance §51.50 S2.00 RESERVED SEATS For nlghl performance on sale at Courier News or mall check to F.O. Bnx 701. 52.00 RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith Mr. Hill Blake Mr. and Mr.s. Farrcll lierryhill Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moses Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At Ail Times Admission 1 Ic & 39c ran THE TUMMV CLOSED AS OF TODAY FOR THE li)52 SEASON WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE THIS PAST YEAR, iintl hnpe you will continue to patronize the STARVUE DRIVK-IN next season. We will continue to give you the best In MOTION PICTURES. The Management Enjoy the Finer Quality of Guard's Exclusive Lines LAST TIMES TON1TB Double Feature "PARDON MY SARONG" with All Star Cast —Plus— TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY H's M-G-M'i surprise hit of the season ond wonderful fun for everyone! WITH GLENN FORD-If OENISE DAHCEL PLUS: Walt Disney True-Life Adventure in Technicolor! Adventure of the Elk Migrations on the Olympic Peninsula in the slate of Washington. Running (imc 27 minutes BOGART Deadli*^ Also iMelro News TUBS - WED - THUHS —I'lus— mtTKi. CHUMPSi mviii RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mre. Scott Alley and family Mr. and Mrs. Uzzell Hrauson Dr. and Mrs. F. .1. Hrownson Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bomar Also Carloon g a collection of this fine solid silver means, Grst: you gel everlasting value. Sccoml: you start others collecting for you . . . snmlcst two-way investment People love to give TOWI.E Sterling because it shows' lV<'ir good taste. We Ipve to sell il because we know how fine and lasting it is. Precious TOWLE tcas^ooas start at a mere ?3.70, sis-piece place sellings at $29.73. Guard's =JEWELRY STORE;

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