The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 16, 1952
Page 4
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?AOE FOOT (AM.) eorntnm man Pat Mulii&B, Society Editor 4461 Country Club Is Scene of Luncheon Luncheon In the Green Room of Blytheville Country ClHb was given for members of the Wednesday Club yesterday, when Mrs. Charles ROM was hostess. Centering the luncheon (able was a l*r(« Italian basket holding an arrangement of various autumn floweri. Guests were Mrs. Marvin Robinson,' Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs. •W. D. Chamblln. The afternoon was spent fn play- Ing bridge, Mrs. Robinson won high score, with second going to Mrs. p. B. Black. 96 Attend PTA' Meet at Central An attendance of 96 members of the Central Parent-Teachers were present for a meeting held yesterday In ihe school auditorium with Mrs, Jamea Tery presiding. Jesse Tfiylcr wc.s surst speaker for the afternoon, and in Ills speech, urged each member to vote. In the room count, both third grade rooms were winners for the downstairs classes, and upstairs winners were Miss Betty Black's fifth grade, and Mrs. Lillian Frank's •Ixth grade. Refreshments were served after the program, Bits of News / Luxora Queen To Be Crowned Mist Josn Lewis, daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. A. J. Lewis, Jr., of Manila, will reign over Luxora High School's annual homecoming festivities tomorrow, highllghled by an •ftcttioon football game against Marlon. Miss Lewis, 17-year-old member cf the senior class, Is active in extracurricular school activities, being a member of the Future Homemakers of America and the Glee Club. She was a maid to the football homecoming queen during her sophomore year.' Serving u maids to Miss Lewis Till b» Miss Mae Clark, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. J. B. Clark of Luxors, ^representing the Junior •lass; Miss Clementine Gentry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gentry of lAixora, representing the sophomore class; nnd Miss Rebecca Clark, sister of Miss Mae Clnrk, representing the freshman class. Luxora'i homecoming > activities feature i parade through the town's business district at rofm Friday, led by MIs> Lewis and -her court •net the queen crowning ceremonies prior to the football game at the high school at 2 p.m. Visitors Honored At Drop-in Party A drop In party wa» given yesterday by Mrs. J. O. Sudbury and Mrs. E. E. Hardin at the Sudbury home for Blytheville visitors who are former residents. Honorees were Mrs. Kate Hale of Marlon, Mrs. M. A. Perils of Memphis and Mrs. M. O. Hoeggen of Sylvannia. Guests spent the afternoon Informally. The hostesses served coffee and cake. Roses and other fall flowers in varied arangements were used in the entertaining rooms. itrsona Ralph Wnhl Is a member of the University of Arizona Marching Band, It was announced by band director Jack K. Lee. Ralph is majoring In music and plnys the clarinet In the band which specializes in a new style marching formations. Jim Deer of Wilson, a Junior at Henrtrix College in Conway, was appointed to the Student-Faculty Relations Committee by the Hen- drlx Student Senate. He will serve along with three other students nnd four faculty members in promoting close relations between students and faculty, Mrs. Lloyd Wise has returned from little Rock, where she spent a week visiting friends. Mrs. Frank Webb and Mrs. Euln Rutkdge have as their guest, Mrs. M. O. Hoeggen of Sylvannla, O, who is a former resident. Mrs. O, w. McCutchen Is fn Omaha, Nebr., os guest of her daughter, Mrs. Stan Barton, and family. Among residents of Blylhcvillc who will be in Dates, Tenu., this afternoon for the funeral of Miss Pauline Lee nre Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. Jnmcs Menchnm. Mrs. Bill Brodc, Mrs. T. H. Caraway, Mrs. Marvin Robinson, the Rev. Roy I. Bneley. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. McLemore, Mrs. Walter Mrs. Lois Dancforth, Mrs. Cnrry Pheeney. Pallbearers will be Blil Erode, Mike Moroney, Jack Marsh, Tom Dean. James Mcachem and George Muirr. The houscguesl of Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. H. P. Westmorland of 1 Conwr.y, is slate organizer of the PEO Sisterhood, she wns in Osceola yesterday to visit n chapter and In Leachvllle last night to visit a chapter. Tonight, she will be complimented at a dinner at the Lynch home by members of Chapter "D", and a luncheon at the Country Club tomorrow, followed by a meeting at the home of Mrs. E. J. Cure for members of Chapter "N". Mrs. Westmoreland will be In West Memphis tomorrow night to visit another chapter. Dr, J. A. Snltbn attended the first district Medical Society's annual meeting In West Memphis yester- dny. He was accompanied by Mrs. Saliba. Mr. and Mrs. Artolph Helnlcke will have as their week end guests. Mr. Heinlsko'a brother, Otto HelnlckJ. and Mrs. Helnlcke of St, Louis. The condition of T. A. Foiger, who suffered n henrt attack. Is reported to be Improved. HE Is in Room 665 at Baptist Hospital In Memphis. Mrs. E. M. Ealon Is visiting Mrs. J. A. Fomoroy at her home In Memphis. W. A. Blanker)ship will undergo surgery tomorrow morning at Baptist Hospllal In Memphis." He Is in Room 402. Mre. Idell Lowe was brought home yesterday from the Crippled Adult's Hospital In Memphis. Her condition Is reported to be much improved. Her mother, Mrs, C. S. Webb, nnd the Rev. David McPeake were In Memphis ' to accompany her home. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hay and Mrs. Hay's father. Charles Bright, were in Cnruthersville, Mo., last night for the homecoming football game with Charleston. Mo. They were met there by Miss Frances Bright, a leachcr at Charleston, who spent last night here before going to Cape Glrardeau for a teacher's Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs. Jack Henry wae complimented last night with a layette shower nt the home of Mrs, Harvey Parrish on Parkway. Co-hostesses Included Mrs. Fulton Ellis, Mrs. Roscoe Hill, Mis. O. W. Lewis. Mrs. Lowell Gibson and Mm. H. W. Hatch. Autumn colors were carried out In flower arrangements, nnd gilts were presented In a basinet decorated with pink and blue. 'Jlie honorcc was given a corsage of daisy chrysanthemums. Games were conducted by the hostesses, who presented prizes to Mrs, Max Graham, Mrs. O. W. Lewis and Mrs. Rosn Schuneritich. Pic and coffee were served following the games. CIB Bridge Club Has Two Guests Tro guests Joined member! ol CIB Club las evening at the home of Mrs. H. N. Nunn Jor a weekly dessert bridge. Guests were Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and Mrs. E. L. Boggs. A dessert course was served pre- re-">T* tbe brlfi^p games, which were won by Mrs. Boggs, Jlrst place, Miss Betty Black, second, and the hostess, who ^on brldgo. Bridge Game Held for Club Mrs. R. c. Allen won first place In yesterday's bridge game held for members of Club Eight, when Mrs. Paul Joho entertained at her home. Other winners were Mrs. G. O. Poelz, who won second, and Mrs. S. O. Owens, bridgo. Mrs. Owens was a guest pLaycr with the members. noses were arranged as centerpieces for the tables from which a dessert course was served. THURSDAY, OCT. 16, OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* Nelle Starr meeting. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Arnold T. Brit-i ton and son, Paul, ol Francis E. Wiirrcn Air Force Bnse, Cheyenne, Wy., are visiting her parents. Dr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Johnson, and family. They will remain for 18 days. Mrs, O. R. Redford, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvin Lane, Sr., nnd son Alvin Jr., left today for Austin. Tex., because of the deatn this morning of Mrs. Redford's sister, Mrs. J. W. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson was nn mint of Mr. Lane. Mrs. Dewey Sheppard of Rosclsnd 1 and Mrs. I,. M. Moody. Sr., of Dell | arc in Carml. Mo., today for the funeral of their brother, Roy Magers. Coming Events Friday Ladles Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meets at 2:30! p.m. at the Church. Hostesses are i Mrs. Love Adams. Mrs. W. A. Stick- mon, Mrs. L-. M. Burnette, Mrs N I W. Kylr. Mrs. MasoJi Day, Jr.. Is hostess to members of the La Finesse Club. . County Council of PTA has meeting at the Methodist Charcli of Yarbro, with Mrs. R. H. Jones of Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble, Cotillion Club hosts nnd hostesses IMC MerU Dr. James Franklin Davies Chapter of United Daughters of Confederacy met Tuesday afternoon In the home of Mrs. Jop Hale. Co- Jiostesses were Mrs. J. H, Lovell, Mrs. Kate Hale, Mrs. Ed Whiteside, Mrs. J. H. Hook, Mrs, Horace, Moore, Mrs. John Edrington. Mrs. Harry Matlock, Mrs. George Florida, Mrs, Harry Miller, Mrs. Maggie Barbiers and Mrs. Dick Bngby. Mrs. Don Fletcher, president, presided, and each member was presented a yearbook. Mrs. J. B. Wilson of Joiner was In charge of the program and selected as her topic. "Civil Defense." A tribute to the late Mrs. Victoria Wesson was given by Mrs. W. B. Burdett of Bas- sctt. Special guests Included Mrs. Lee Wesson. Mrs. R. O. Bryan and Mrs. C. M. Harwell. After the program, guests were ushered Into the dining room for tea, The tea table was overlaid with a white linen cutwork madcria cloth and was centered with a silver bowl, which held red carnations, white stocks, and starred with ribbon- flowers and puffs of mallne. Mrs. Moore presided at the coffee service. To Entertain Choir The choir, of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church of Blytheville has hcen invited to attend a supper Frl- dr.y night by Osceola calvary Episcopal Church Wo/nan's Auxiliary at 7 p.m. at the Mason Hall in Os- are Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Montandon, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford G. Shelton, 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. itive tests in the areas of worst reception acrow the country. Here's What Zenith Ovtfify Me«ns... AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY & FRIDAY! DON'T MISS! The most exciting ACTION picture ever mod * •i. ^4^— , HOWARD KUSNtS .., ' ONE .MINUTE TO ZERO ROBERT MITCHUM ^ ANN BLYTH M EIM1KI 1 Paramount News & Cartoon: "Pig A Boo" RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Utho Barnes and family Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Craflon and family Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard Mr. and Mrs. I.eon Germing New ZMltli "TwtUr" l«t>I« T KIS12R. 17.inch (148 KI. in.) < picture :ube iccctit. Fr«hlr jmxjf timct U rich Mahogany color. •l«lwd« ltdtfat Eai iO'h"n£. covered . To. «.d Wwrojilr Com* fn NOW for your personal demonstration t; . .', In Proven Parformanc*. N«w "K-33" ^ChonTi di¥*!oped at'.a' colt of r.*crty Jl.000,000. 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Monday, the Osceola Auxiliary will be guests of the Blylheville Auxiliary, where they will hear the state president, Mrs. Eugene Warren of Littie Rock, who will give the highlights of the Episcopal Convention she attended this summer In Boston. The Osceola Auxiliary met Monday at the home of Mrs. Charles Lawrence for an afternoon of handwork Ijy members to be used In the bazaar on Nov. 8 at the Masonic Hall. Climaxing It will be a spaghet ti supper. Supper Club Meets The monthly bridge and supper club met at Cramer's Tuesday night before going to Mrs. J. H. Lovell's home to play bridge. The banquet table In Cramer's was centered with a pinlc carna- tlon bouquet, Interspersed with purple crysanthernums, presented to the club by Mrs. M. O. stiles. Mrs. Lovell's home was decorated In marigold and blue ageratum. Mrs. Wirt Steed, Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Mrs. \V. C. Afason were guests. First place winner was Mrs. J. A Pigg with second going to Mrs. Mason, and brldgo to Mrs. Steed. 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