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I FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1952 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Muilins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Luncheon Given For Bridge Club • Members of the Mid-Week Bridge Club gathered yesterday at the home of Mrs. Aubrsy Conway, for a luncheon and an afternoon of bridge. Providing the centerpiece for the long luncheon (able, was a low ar- J^neement of yellow mums and other autumn flowers. A guest of the club was Mrs H P. Westmoreland of Conway, Ark., who is the houseguest of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. 1 In the afternoon's game, Mrs. Cecil Shane won first place, with second going to Mrs. H. H. Houch- Ins. 2 Share Honors At Birthday Club Two members of the C. and N. Birthday Club shared honors last night at a 'dinner meeting of the club, which was entertained by Mrs. Marvin Lane at her home. Honorees included Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, and Mrs. Raymond Stringer. After dinner, each was presented a gift and a birthday cake. They spent the evening informally. Dahlias provided the'floral decoration for the home of the hostess. IS Make Dolly New (1 Clothes ONE-PIECE PATTERNS unaies, coat and bonnet. Plan on it for a holiday surprise. Each Item is just one niece. . Mrs. 3. A. Bourland Luxora Couple Wed In Hernando, Miss. LUXORA — Announcement was made here this week by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clark of the marriaae of their daughter, Miss Billy "sue Clark, to First class Petty Officer James A. Bourland, U.S.N., Sept. 24, at Hernando, Miss. Miss Clark, a 19?1 graduate of Luxora High School, is presently employed at the Southwestern Bell Tel. Co. at Osceola. Mr. Bourland, the son of Mrs. W. A. Carter of Luxora, and the late Arthur B. Bourland. is stationed at the U.S.S.- Kermit Roosevelt, now based at San Diego, California. The groom attended the Luxora schools. Thursday Club Has Bridge Party Mrs. J. A, Leech entertained members of the Thursday Club yesterday at her home with luncheon and ah afternoon of bridge, when four guests were present Guesls included Mrs. W. H. Norman of Mayfield, Ky., who was Mrs. Leech's houseguest, Mrs. Charles Hose oT Roseto'Td, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and Mrs. R. H. Kirby. The three-course luncheon was served from the dining room table, which was centered with an arrangement of dahlias and chrysanthemums. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge, and winners were Mrs. R. D. Hughes, first prize, Mrs. R. P. Klrshner, second prize. Bits of News ff/Qifly f-^erA anal Mrs. Leslie Moore and Mrs. E. F. Shettleworth left this morning for Austin, Tex., to attend the funeral of their cousin, .Mrs. Julius W. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson was a former resident of Blytheville, and is a sister of Will Lane and Mrj. O. R. Redford of Blytheville. John Wilks is one of seven students, selected for membership, in the Mississippi Beta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta ,a national premedical honor society at University of Mississippi In Oxford; Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway left this morning for Little Rock, where they will spend the week end with Mr. and \frs. John Rlggs, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Mzaourek of Rapid City. S. D. left last night, after spending several days here, Mrs. W. H. Norman, of Mayfield, Ky., who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech for several days, left this morning, accompanied by Mrs. Leech, for Gailesburg, III., where they will be the guests of Mrs, Frank Kinzei. : Mrs. Kate Bunch has been removed from Blytheville Hospital lo her home. Mrs. Joe Shanks and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., spent Wednesday in Memphis. ' Mrs. H. P. Westmoreland of Conway, Ark,, houseguest of Mrs. B. A. Lynch, will leave today and be a guest of the PEO Chapter in West Memphis tonight. Snrn Elizabeth Wardlow celebrated her llth birthday Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wardlow, who were hosts for a birthday party. Twenty gueste were present and were ' served birthday cake and ice cream. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies left today for Little Rock where they will attend a State Osteopathic Meeting. Dr. Etina is state president of the association. They 'plan to return Sunday evening. Church Services Set Sunday School and Assembly will be held Sunday morning 'at Temple Israel here at 10 o'clock for all groups. At 7:30 p.m. Sunday, the Silver Jubilee Banquet for the B'nal B'rlth Home'In Memphis will be held at the Baron Hirsch Educational Building in Memphis. Duplicate Bridge kound-Up luesnay tiame Members of the Country Club Du- and Mrs. F first place. Other winners Included Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. B. B. Gee, second; COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '53, 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. Mrs. S. E. .Tune and Mrs. O. S. Cnm-ell, third; and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mrs. C. C. Councille, winners of fourth. Thursday Game A four-table HoweU movement was played at Hotel Noble last night by members of the Blytheville Dur plicate Bridge League, for master- point high. Taking top honors were Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes. with second going to Bernard Gooch and Jim Wallin of Little Rock. Third place winners were Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Jim Roleson. Preceding the Nov. 20 game to be held at Hotel Noble, which will be masterpoint night, an election of club officers will be conducted. Dessert-Bridge HeldatRazorback Rnzorback Drive-In was the set- ling yesterday for a dessert-bridge, given by Mrs. N. G. Jerome (or mefobers of her club. La Nueve, when three extra guests were invited. • Guests Included Mrs. Russell Haynes Parr, Mrs. Cecil Branson, and Mrs. Edward L. Mazourek of Rapid City. S. D.. who is the house- giiest of Mrs. Lynn Hughes, club member. Centering each card table was a small vase holding bright red sage, and a dessert course was served from the Individual tables. Mrs. Coleman Stevens was the first place winner ol the day, with second going to Mrs. Mazourcl:. Mrs. Clarence Webb won bridge. Auxiliary Meets At Temple Israel Members of the Annie Wclnberg Chapter of B'nal B'rlth Auxiliary met in the recreation Hall of Temple Israel last night with Mrs. William Uorowfky, Mrs. Jerry Cohen, Mrs. Llna Hess and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal, hostesses. Projects Jor the year, which were voted on, were to contribute pocket book edition kite for tuberculosis patients at Kennedy General aiid Lamnr Hospitals in Memphis, to send care packages to children in the home or Israel for Chankah, or Christmas, and to contribute to the Sunday School and Youth Groups AVA of Blyi.he.vlUe. After the business session, a social hour was conducted and light refreshments served. Kibitzer Club Has Dessert-Bridge Mrs. Johnny White was hostess yesterday to members of the Kibitzer Club at her home, with a dessert-bridge. Guests Included Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., Mrs. W. M. Jontz, and Mrs. G. O. Coleman. In varied arrangement, roses and daisies were used In the entertaining rooms. Winners of the bridge game were Mrs. George Hilbbard. Jr., Mrs. Harry A. Halnes and Mrs. Charles Af- fllck, first, second and bridgo. respectively. TLE Bridge Club Plays in Home Mrs. Dick Watson. Mrs. Otto Scrape and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe were winners of first, second, and britlgo prizes yesterday in a bridge game. The occasion was a weekly meeting of members of TLE Club, at the home of Mrs. Herman Turner, when all members attended. Baby mums and other fall blossoms were used in the entertaining rooms, where a dessert course was served. Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Kate Bunch, city. Herbert MurfT, Caruthersville. Mrs. Jack Neat, Cooler. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Raymond Martued, Steele. Mrs. J. B. freeman, Rt. 1. Mrs. Willie Shellon, city. PAGE FIVE HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Honorfd on Rlrthdajr Mrs. H. L. Reynolds was the guesl of honor at a birthday dinner Thursday night when Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Crews entertained. A full course dinner was served. Afterward the party retired for television cn- Icrtalnment during which co/Te« was served. Mrs. Grace Edwards. Mr. Reynolds and Mrs. Clark Edwards of Tulsa, Okla., were guests. Surper Date Set October 23 is the date stt for the traditional Harvest Supper offered by the Methodist Church annually. This year the supper will be served in the Holland lunch room and tickets are available at Berry's nnd Jackson's stores, On the menu is hnm with raisin sauce, two vegetables, a salad course and fresh peach cobbler. Along with the supper there will be a bazaar held in an adjoining room. Has Birthday Party Miss Norma Jewel Carnal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil carnnl was thirteen Tuesday when she celebrated with a party for seven friends. The guests arrived at seven and dancing to recordings was enjoyed during the evening. Sandwiches. Iced drinks and cookies were the refreshments. An assortment of costume Jewelry and neck scarfs were the gifts presented Norma by her friends. Personals Cpl, and Mrs. Ralph McCrary and Mrs. Roy Wild of Camp ChafTee near Port Smith, Ark., visited Mr! and Mrs. Earnest McCrary during the week-end. Cpl. McCrary left Monday, his wife remaining for a few days with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Connie Hay. Mrs. Wild returned to Fort Smith Tuesday to join her husband, Cpl. Wild. They will leave Camp Chnffee next week, upon the former's discharge from the army after three years service, and will make their home in New Orleans. In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris from Friday 'til Monday were their sons, Pat Harris of Mur- | physboro. III., and Benny Jo Harris of Portagcvillc, principal of the Por- tagevllle grade school, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harris and their sons were In Trumann, Ark., for the day at Country Club Scene of Meet Members of the Thursday Contract Club met at the Country Club yesterday for a luncheon and bridge. Roses provided the centerpiece for the table from whjch luncheon was served. Guests were Mrs. Pred Sandefur and Mrs. J. Neal Geteli; who won first place in the bridge game. Second place went to Mrs. P. D. Poster. Mrs. E. Brown • Entertains Club Mrs. Eugene Brown entertained yesterday with an afternoon of rook for members of the Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. W. D. Mayo'won the day's first prize, with second going to Mrs. Leon Scherer, and rooko to the hostess. Following the games, the guests were served a sandwich plate with iced drinks. Rounded pot holders nre safer and more convenient to use than the usual square shape because they fit the hand and have no corners lo scorch on the stove or touch the flame. Mr. and Mrs. II, L. Methvin's, Mrs. W. L. Neal and daughter Mary Ellen, and Mrs. Bob Shelton spent last week In Memphis with their husbands, who nre temporarily employed there. Mrs. Manny Fisher Is 111 at the home of her daughter's, Mrs. Lily Norrids. She received back Injuries two weeks ago during a fall. Dan Ingrain's recovery Is satisfactory nftcr a stroke a few weeks ago. The condition of Dr. D. c. McLean remains unchanged at Walls Hospital In Blythevlllc. Visiting out of town this week. Mrs. O. D. Samford left Sunday for a week with her mother, Mrs Frank Brooks nnd Mr. and Mrs, Reuben Hnys near Athens, Ala. Students home for the week-end included Ray Nunnery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Nunnery who attends State Teachers in Cape Girardeau. Martha Cohoon visited her par- enls. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cohoon ol West Holland this weekend. She Is a frashman at Murray State Murray, Ky. Fall shoppers in Memphis Wednesday were Mrs. Virgil utley and Mrs. Murlyn Utley. Mrs. Clelf Wai- drop and Mrs. Lawrence stivers. Mrs. liillie Joe Gatewood and Mrs. Henry Nca] were injured Saturday night when -their car collided with a truck south ol Holland. Both were hospitalized and Mrs. Gatewood Monday underwent surgery for a skull fracture. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Neal, who suffered shock, abrasions and wounds about her head, was dismissed Wednesday. Both were In Blytheville Hospital, where Mrs. Gatewood remains. Mrs. Grace Edwards was a weekend guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Raldt - stster-in-law, In Stkeston. Accompanying Mrs. Dewey Kenley to Memphis Tuesday for a physical check at Campbell's Clinic were her daughters, Mrs. Russell Bunch of near Blytheville and Mrs. E. S. Workman of Portageville. Mr. and Mrs. Voris Workman and son, Sammy, and Margaret Cul!man were In Clayton, near St. Louis, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Randall Workman. Mr. Workman is a teacher of music at University City high school there. Houscguests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Avis the past several days were Mr and Mrs. Albert House and two children of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Avis returned with Mr. and Mrs. House for a short visit In Little Rock. At Mrs. Thelma Cohoon's and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Webb's Saturday and Sunday were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Buryl Cohoon of Sikeston. 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OEI THIM TOOAY AT WHHE I &_ S O N S TK IS S H O E£ S I Good Shoes & Hosierj UNITED STATES 1 LL Col. WILLIAM F. SANTELMANN, Conductor 2 Performances Blytheville. Ark. Wed. Nov. 5th Benefit of Blytheville High School Band STUDENT MATINEE NIGHT PERFORMANCE 2:30 p.m. 8:15 p.m. Adm. 50c and $1.00 Adm. $1.50 r id $2.00 RESERVED SEATS ForNightOn| y $2 '°° IV *-»•'»-•>' V L.IS JL./-\ I O On Sale at Courier News OR MAIL CHECK TO P.O. BOX 80S, BLYTJHEVIl.LB, ARK. General Admission Tickers on Sal* af Owens Drug Srore and Roth rock Drug Store or through any Blytheville Civic Club. Coming Events Friday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meets at 2:30 p.m. at the Church. Hostesses are Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. w. A. Stick - mon, Mrs. I,. M. Burnette, Mrs. N. W. Kyle. Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., Is hoste-s to members of the La Finesse Club. County Council or PTA has meeting at the Methodist Church of Yarbro. with Mrs. n. H. Jones of Osceola to give book review. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Cotillion Club hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. j, p. Montandun, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford G. Shelton Dr. and Mrs. Don F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitlcy. 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. BLYTHEVILLE MON. OCT. WORLD NEWESTI WORLD'S FINEST BIG SHOW 6 ARENAS USED FOR ITS 10OO WONDERS BIBSER-BEmg-GRUKDEB—TtMN EVER AN ICLIFSIHO IPOCH IN THE WORLD'S GREATEST AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION 400— PCOPLf 150 ARfNIC tTAtS — CLOWNS — 30 •0— MUSICIANS— 50 250 WILD ANIMALS GIANT CIIAFFC- HirroroTAMui TJ—Et.tr HANTS—IS SCOO — SEA11 —5OOO DAILY OPERATING CXPENSC }7,400 *T^OO.OOO CAriTAL INVESTED * CRISTIANI CHAMBERTY Ttouo*. ChjfHpIon Somer- indContintntjlEm TRUZZ *ZACCHINN1 ( S*ot r/om thi hfoutfi t Canncn —220 Ft. GORGEOUS STREET PARADE 11 A.M. TWICE DAILY 2 1 8 P.M. D ?1V,°K H Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission 14c & 39c FRIDAY S; SATUUDAT (SUITER'S* GOLD Knight SERIAL: The Zombie» Also Cartoon SUN - MON Double Feature ADULTS $1 • CHILDRiN 5Oc AU TICKETS PLUS TAX KUSKKVE AND ADMISSION TICKETS ON' KALI! CIRCUS DAY AT KIRDY nuns. DRUG STORE MAIN ANn BROADWAY AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION »0»»»0 HOtHfS 1'itV ONE MINUTE TO ZERO Uinn ROBERT MITCHUM • ANN BLVTH IDKUNB miNeu unmix LAST TIMES TODAY! Para. News Cartoon Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS Air. and .Mrs. Ulho Barnes ami family Mr. and Airs. Rupert Crnfton and family Air. and Airs. Joe Evnird Mr. and Mrs. !,eon Oenning SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE mm un BRQWJQ Tony CURTIS- Jan STERUM Koni FRKMAX SERIAl,: Black Hawk & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY FRED ALLEN MARILYN MONROE ANNE BAXTER JEAN PETERS JEANNE GRAIN GREGORY RATOFF FARLEY GRANGER CHARLES LAUGHTON 1 OSCAR LEVANT L DALE. ROBERTSON DAVID WAYNE 11CHARDWIOMARK Also Paramount News £ Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. I. 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