The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 22, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS flew* Jan« Shelton, Society Edito Phone 4461 Carnival Theme Party Honors Betty Moxley The tame room and entertaining looms of the W. L. Moxley home were transformed Into a cnrnival seen* for a party for 31 guests to observe the eighth birthday of Bet ty Ann Moxley, yesterday. The game room was divided Into booths filled vllh games ol skill, (similar to a carnival scene, To fuv- ther emphasise the theme were tho prolusion oi streamers which flowed Irom the chandlicr to the walls of the'-room ending In scalloped edges to resemble a tent. Prizes In the games were presented Becky Utley. Ricky Dedman, Nanry Bogan, Marcella Taylor and Charles Bilbrey. Carnival foods of hot dogs and Iced drinks were served from the Jong dlntng table which ivas centered with a miniature ferrls wheel. Each ear of the ferris wheel u-as filled with mixed summer blossoms «nd 15 the guests ale the ferrls wheel slowly revolved. Miniature horses arid elephant figurines filled with small flowers were set at either end of the table. The yellow, red, blue and green birthday cake, with Its Ic'ng of tiny balloons, was cut and- served the guests with ice cream. Favors ot miniature clown dolls were presented the guests. Olfts were presented Betty Aim from a large box which was entirely "covered in circles of vivid coiorlrig and topped with a clown balloon. . Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Llpscomb and Miss PSlly Stewart, teachers 61 the guest of honor. Mrs. E. L. Boggs and Donna Dedman assisted the. hostess during the • ftenioon. -.'..-.- •' • . Mrs: Ellis Entertains Odette, Two Guests Mr»: 'it. S. CocJte of Memphis and . Mrs. I Battle L. Johnson of Maude. Miss,/;housegDests ol their sister. Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mr. Tucker, were guests yesterday with the Oc- tette club for the weekly irneting. Mrs. J. a." Ellis was hostess at her Barf.Ield home for the occasion. Mlied tall flowers -provided the floral' decorations for .the dessert bridge'.; V ;'• Mrs. R. c. Rose won high score In the game and Mrs. Cleo Lang- lion, second high. Five Guests Invited To Weekly Dessert Bridge Tivt guests were invited to meel with members ..of the Kibitzer Club yesterday afternoon for the. weekly dessert bridge meeting. Mrs. Harry A. Hafnes a-as hostess to the club • nd guests, Mrs. W. H. Morse of Washington, D.C., hoiisejuest ol Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, Mrs. Oene Teaford, Mrs. Jimmy Lee BrocJw, Mrs. Newton Whitis, and' Mn. Garrard caudlllj at her home^ on Main. . • Zinnias were the selected flowers : for the decorations of the home. JUNIOR JUMPER By Sue Burnett Just about the most useful outfit in a Junior wardrobe is the clever Jumper that can double as a date dress on occasion, This youthful version fits beautifully, has a Jewel- neckline blouse to accompany it. 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Following the buffet luncheon, Mrs. Charles Brown opened the business session with » devotional* Each member .answered roll calf .... , fe i' telling »'hnt she hart prepared Mrs. Brooks »-on high score In the (or the biazam which will be held ma *».K!« .«..*._.i *-;~~~' v_ _i : . J_ »r .. _ IH.IM Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stewart and family left today lor Poplar Bluff where they will spend Ihe weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Morris had as their Thursday guests, Mrs, Curtis Wilkison of Kennelt and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Wilklson Is a sister ol Mrs. Morris. Mr. Anderson is a brother of Mrs. Morris. Mrs, Buren Thompson, Jr.. left today lor Kansas City, Mo., where she will Join her husband, who Is attending school there. Martha Ellen Williams of Osceola. arrived today to be the weekend guest ol Mary Jane Seymorc and her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Hubert Seymore. Mrs. Paul Davis of Ollvchurst Calif., Is visiting here as guest of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs Davis are former BIytheville residents. Mrs- C H. Duncan and Mrs. L. Neal of Memphis arrived today to be the weekend guests ot their brother. W. Ellis Hodges, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse are spending today in Little Rock. They accompanied their son, Capt, W. H. Morst And family, who will remain Little Rock for a visit before returning lo their home In Washington. D.C. Capf. Morse and family had spent several days In Bly- lheville, Mrs. Daisy Dickinson returned loday from Little Rock where she had been visiting. Mrs. Dickinson makes her home with hsr son. E. R. Dickinson and family. Condition of Bert Metcalf. who underwent an appendectomy Friday at Walls Hospital, Is reported as satisfactory. Mr- and Mrs. Louis Trowbriclge and three sons of St. Louis, will be the weekend guests of Mrs. Trow- brldgc's parents, r. and Mrs. W. B. Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Neal and daughter. Anna Sue of Memphis, will be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dennlson and son, Roger. Mrs. Dale Horn und Mrs. Alvln Hardy are spending today In Memphis. They went especially to attend the Friendship Night nf the Woodlawn Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Stnr. Condition of E. B. Lloyd, who Is ill In Memphis Baptist Hospital Is reported as some Improved. Mrs. J. Q. Ellis, Mis. 3. C. Kills. Jr.. and children are spending today In Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Robinson of Corning will be Ihe weekend guesls ot Mrs. Edwin Robinson and family. Mrs. Mildred Batten of St. Louis will be the weekend guest of her s sler, Mrs. H. C. Morrow »nd fam- "FCondition of Mrs. o. M. Baxter, Luxora P. T. A.. Holds Meeting I.UXORA, Ark,, S«pt. n — The Lnxor« Pm«t-Tf«cher AssoclUion held it* InHIM meeting of th« school year, WednestUy afternoon tt the high school cafeteria, under the direction of Mis. John Thwtatl president. Sixty seven membm «nd guests were present. Appearing on the program were Mrs. A. B. Hill, who presented the devotional followed by the president's message, which was read by O, C. Driver. The musical portion of the program was directed by Kenneth Renshaw. The Immediate past president Mrs. A. B. Rozcll, gave a history ot (he P.T.A. after which - Vernon James, high school principal, spoke on. "What Our Schools Are Built For." He also discussed the curriculum ot (he Luxora schools. Room attendance prizes were presented the third and ninth grades Club officers were hostesses for the social hour following. game, with second high beine won by Mrs. Teatorci and brldgo by Mrs. Whitls. Mrs. Hjinpj presented her out-of- town gu«t, Mrs. Morse, with a gilt, • • • Mrs. Whitney Is Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mr. Don Whitney entertained the Thursday Rook Club yesterday at her home on East Parkway for the TS»ekly afternoon meeting. Vivid »haded ayturrm blossoms »-cre placed In the room In which the club was Seated at smsll tables for the rook game. Mrs. Eugent Brown won high score, Mrs. T. o. Huey. second hlsh «nd Mrs. N. H. Blakemore. rooko, during the game. A dessert course »as served by Ins hostess. Mrs. J. M.'jontz Attends Double Four Meeting O Mrs. J. .vr. Jontz was the only guest yesterday with members ol the Double Four Bridge Club who met at the home ol Mrs. E. R. Dickinson for the weekly bridge meet- Dahifa.5 were placed In low bowls around the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Jontz was high .score winner in November. Mrs. Tail Metzer. newly elected president, conducted a brief business session after which the meeting was closed with the reading of the Woman's Creed. At The Hospitals Bljthevllle Hospital Dismissed: Hubert Mitchell, Jr., City Mrs. Henry Dadd, City Billy Dean Jackson, City Walls Hospital! Di-mi^ffd; B. C. Devers, Rt. 3 C. s. Jcrnlgan, Pine Bluff Mrs. Annie E. Kelln, City MM. Arthur Tuiilnj and City baby, Comino Events Social Calendar Saturday Miss Barbara Child becomes bride of Edwin Louis Bach In ceremony at limmaculatc Conception Church at 9 a.m. Pathfinders Name New Officers New officers were elected at a politick dinner meeting ol the Pathfinders Cla« or the First Metho dist Church last night at Ihe church. Thirty five class members attended. Long tables lopped with bouquet of zinnias and dahlias set In green- cry were placed In the church entertaining rooms for the occasion. Wlnford Wyatt, cla-ss president, conducted a business session following dinner during which F. E. Scott was named sus president. Others to serve with Mr. Scott are. Mrs. Frances Gammill, vice preslednt; Mrs. J. C. Droke, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. William Wyatl, corresponding secretary; Clint 'Caldwell, sergeant, at arms; D. C. Neal and C. A. Nelson song leaders; and class teacher, Mrs. Alei Shelby, assisted by Glenn Ladd and Mrs. James C. Guard. Scouts, Brownies Start Registration Registration will'begin at 10 «.m. tomorrow /or a!) Girl Scout and Brownie troops of the city, with the exception of the Junior High Troop which will register Tuesday. Registration will be held at the First Methodist church. Mrs. olenn L»dd, director announced today. Huditt Dispute Stirred BERLIN—fyj>}—Nudists and non- nudists are waging a. battle for Teufelssee — the Devil's Lake — In West Berlin. The nudists have established a sun-bathing resort on the western banks of the lake In Gnmewald forest. li 1> nurrounrted by a three-foot fench and marked "off limits." But non-nudfsts are not more than fifty yards away,, across the who underwent surgery s«ver»l days ago at BIytheville Hospital, Is reported «s satisfactory. Mr$, W. L. Moxley and son, Warren L., will spend tomorrow In Memphis. and Mrs. Theodore Logan second high in the bridge game. ! Following the game. » salad course was served by Mrs. Dickinson. FUN! LAUGHS! THRIUTi OK STATION WMCT, 2:00 P.M. •rough! fa yo«i by yow rd Sho* Stor*, HEUER'S SHOE STORE ited States Marine Band Will appear for rwo performances American Legion Auditorium Blyth«vilU, Arkansas Tuesday, Oct. 17th Under the ouspteet of The Blythevilie Courier News and the BIytheville High School Band A!! profits will be given to the BIytheville High School Band. Admission: Matinee 2:30 P.M. School Children 50c, Fed. Tax lO—Tolal 60e General Admission $1.00, Fed. Tax 20c—Total $1.20 Night Performance 8:15 P.M. Reserved Seals $2.00, Fed. Tax 4Oc—Total $2,10 General Admission $1.50, Fed. Tax 30c-Total $1,SO Note: There are only 500 reierr«4 teats. MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW Mail Check to Courier News, Blytherille, Ark. I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950- BIytheville Woman Is Renamed As County Federation President Mr«. Howard Caldwell of BIythe- ville was re-elected M president of the Mississippi County Business Womens Circles Federation »t the quarterly meeting conducted last night, at Ihc Calvary BapllM Church in Blylheville. Receiving the 66 members as they Arrived were Mrs. Caldwell, president and Mrs. Luclan Oalnes, first vice president. Each gueU, waj presented a white carnation. The main auditorium of 'the church was the setting for the meeting. Tall floor basket* filled wUh while gladioli were set at Intervals Immediately in front ot the chancel rail. Dr. Edna Nies ol BIytheville opened the meeting with »n invocation lollowed by the presentation of Women's Missionary Union pins to three former Federation president?. Those |>r««ntffd pins were Mrs. Howard Caldwell, Mrs. Quincy Alexander and Mrs. Nell Gordon all of BlythevDle. Other officers named to serve with Mrs. Caldwcll were, Mrs. A. B. Hill of Luxora, first vice president; Mrs. Gordon, second vice president- Mrs. HatUe Grimes of Manila, mission study; Dr. Edna Nles, community missions; ML« Frances Long of New Liberty, recording secretary; Mrs. Anna Lee Holt of BIythe- ville, corresponding secretary; Miss Pearl Lee of BIytheville. steward- Study Book Begun By Junko Hori A chapter from the book, "Hold- Ing The Ropes," was presented fo.- members of the Junko Karl Auxiliary ot the Number Nine Baptist Church last night al the weekly meeting. Gwendolyn Rhosdes opened the meeting with a prayer. Mrs. Tom Kelltck presented the chapter, "Place The Bible In A Missionary Meeting-," from the study book. A chapter will b« presented each wtex from the book. Prayer adjourned r.tie meeting. Burdette Church Conducts Revival The Burdette church of God Is now In * series of revival meetings under the direction of the Rev o K. Childers of Shawnee, Okl». Services are being conducted nightly at 7:15 p.m. and will continue through Oct. 8. The Rev. and Mrs. Childers are presenting special musical numbers each evening, the Rev. O. L. May, pastor, announced. Mrs. Caldncll S. Missco Scout District Meeting Is Held in Osceolo The annual district meeting at which Bcoutcrs, Scoutmasters and other Scout leaders will be recognized will be held Nov. 28 at the Mississippi County Library bulldlne In Osccola. This was announced last night at a meeting ol the South Mississippi Count)- Boy scout District in Osceola. Young, the Rev. L. T Lawrence and Herbert Shfppen wefe appointed to tile arrangements committee. Dr. L. D. Massey was nam- oa to the speakers committee. A roll call of all Scout, units In the county will be held during October. It was announced last night. This will be an inspection of all units for attendance, uniforms and general Scouting activity. Such roll cans will be held nationally from October through December, It also was »nnoun«ti that » new Cub Scout pack h»s been loroi- ed at Victoria. Cubmaster will t» Weston P. Ellis. A new Seoul Iroos has bee nor'ganiz«d In the Little River community with Bob Crews as Scoutmaster. ; Wilson Bohanning, Scout field executive, reported that 600 Scouts attended Camp Cedar Valley near Hardy during the summer and that 100 Negro Scouts fttended Camp Bond near Forrest City. The East Arkansas Scout Council's annual meeting will be held at Forrest City Nov. 30. Mr. Bohanning said the East .Arkansas Council Is leading the V' glon In growth and reported a 21.9 per cent "boy gain" since Jan. I. PRESCRIPTIONS rrtwh Stock GMranfeed B«st Price* Kirby Drug Stores ship; Mrs. D. V. Maloch of Osccola. cholrsler; Mrs. Ira Blackwood ot Osccola, pianist; Mrs. John wells of Osceola. aclvUor; and Mrs. J. D. Widncr. of BIytheville, publicity. Mrs. R. N. Fox of Manila conducted the installation service of officers. Mrs. J. H. Brown of Osceola presented a devotional followed by a dialogue, "Bifocals Needed" given by Mrs. George Davis and Mrs. L. H. Ooorison o! Manila. The business session and program was closed with a prayer and solo by Tommle Jo Oliver of Lux- ' ora. Mrs, Kenny Renshaw of Luxora was accompanist. ' The BWC colors, orchid and white, were emphasized throughout the decorations of the church entertaining rooms in which dinner was served. Ruffled orchid crepe paper outlined the table, with low crystal bowls filled with orchid dahlias topping the long table at Intervals. A damask cloth overlaid the table. Mrs. R. N. Fox ol Manila and the Rev. p. H. Jernigan of Blythevilte were special guests, lake, and have > full view of the goings-on in the nudist "camp, whether they Iiice It or not. Some citi- zens.who take their fully-clad families for an afternoon's outing encounter more scenery thin they cr.n stand. Now and then, they get together and angrily Invade the nudist grounds. Police are-frequently called to restore order. JUST LIKE NEW! Expert Shoe Repair h H-fl LTCRS UflLtTY SHOE SHOf 121 W. MflJN,. S T. nsw G. 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