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FACE TWO RT.YTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jan* Shelton,.Society Editor Phon* 4461 Morning Party Given For Foster Houseguests Red ro«» centered the refreshment .'table from which assorted party ' foods .were served yester- d»y at the Informal morning parly given at the P. D. Foster - home on West Main. Mrs. Ruth Nate of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Ruth Putnam of Monrovia, Calif., house- guesti of the oFsters were guests of honor. Fifteen guests called during the morning to extend greetings to the honoree. A cutwork cloth overlaid the table from which the foods and iced drinks were served. Dahlias were the selected flowers to provide the decorations for the reception and entertaining rooms of the home. "Back to School" Party Given for Church Class lie entertaining rooms of the Raymond Zachcry home were transformed Into schoolrooms last night for the "back to school" party feting members of the Phebean Sunday S-hool Class of the First Baptist Church. Clad In costumes suggestive of elementary schjol days, (lie three R's applied to the group for the evening. Mrs. F. A, Stanley, Mrs. J. P. Homer, Mrs. H. D. Hardaway and Mrs. J. V. Goff were co-hostesses to the 19 members and three guests, Mrs.'-iR.,. W. Halch. Mrs. Keltori Francis and Mrs. H. B. Joyner. A.potluck dinner was served after which the group was seated at "desks", lor "lessons." A brief business session followed the back to.school antics, with Mrs. John Mayes opening the meeting with a prayer. : A devotional was given by Mrs. L. A. Dougherty after which new officers for the church year were named. Those to serve are Mrs. Harry Bogan, president; Ms. E. H. McChire, vice president; Mrs. L>. A. Dougherty, fellowship and publicity; Mrs. E. T. Hubbard. class ministries; Mrs. J. P. Horner. stewardship; Mrs. H. a Walls, secretary and treasurer-Mrs. J. W.Logan, assistant secretary and treasurer and Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp, social chairman. Mrs. Theodore Logan was named class teacher. Mrs: Joyher adjourned the meeting with a prayer. .'.-'•'••« * • Luncheon Club Meets; All Members Present ; ; All members of the Thursday Luncheon club were present for the bi-monthly meeting.held yesterday at the Country,Club, Mr. J. Farris McCalla was hostess for the luncheon bridge affair, at which red roses were highlighted in the decorations. Red roses and periwinkle placed In a low bowl topped the long table at which the group was seated lor the two course luncheon. Further emphasizing the rose theme were the clusters of red roses which adorned each place card: Following luncheon the afternoon was spent In playing bridge, with high score being won by Mrs. Wallace Hoke and second high by Mrs. Joe P, Pridf. Jr. DAINTY CONTRAST Shower at Lutes Home Honors Mrs. Billy Bratton . Mrs. Billy Brattoiij who was before her recent marriage, Miss imo- gene Milter, was presented gUU for her new home last night at a miscellaneous shower given In her honor at the home of Mrs. Marvin Lutes. Pall blossoms in a myrald of colors were placed In the rooms In which the 20 guests were seated for the evening's activities. In the games and contests conducted, pri7.es were presented Mrs, Murel Brntton, Mrs. Monleile Gracey and Mrs. Alvie Jarrelt, Alter the assorted gills had ben showered upon Mrs,-Bratton, the hostess served refreshments. Assisting Mrs. Lutes were Mrs. Robert Lovelace. Mrs. F. M. Miller and Mrs. Troy Mayo. • * * Kibitzers, Guests Meet; Mrs. Afdick Is Hostess The Steele home of Mrs. Charles \V, Afflick was the .setting yesterday afternoon for the weekly dessert bridge meeting of the Kibitzer Club and two guests, Mrs. Garrard CrUicUU and Mrs. Newton WhEtls. i Zinnias were arranged Around the entertaining room in which the group was seated at small tables for 'he bridge ^ame. Hieh score and brldgo was won by Mrs. Caudill. with second high ing to Mrs, Don ChanibUn. The group presented Mrs. Rube Carson with a gift. Mrs, Carson nnd tamlly will leave soon for Memphis U, make their home. • • • Mrs. Lane Is Honored By Birthday Club Mrs. Marvin Lane was the honored gi'cst at the monthly meeting of the C and N. Birthday Club last night at the home at Mrs. P. S. Parker. A potluck dinner was served pre- oecilng the evening's entertslnment. A lace cloth overlaid the .serving table, with a low bowl of mixed gnr- den flowers centering the table. Mrs. Lane was presented a large birthday cake topped with the club's traditional six candles. The group's gift to the honoree was a table lamp. The remainder of the evening was spent Informally during which plans for future meetings were discussed. • * • / Rook Club, Guest Meets At Eugene Brown Home Mrs.-.: Eugene .Brown entertained members of <the Thursday Rook Club and one guest yesterday al her home for the weekly meellng. Mrs. Don Whitney was the club's only guest. Dahlias were the selected flowers for [he decorations of the Brown home for the occasion. In the rook game Mrs. George Saltba, Jr., won high score, Mrs. T. O. Huey, second high and Mrs. Leon Scherer, rooko. After the game, Mrs, Brown served her guests a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. • • • : 20th Century Dance Attended by 100 Guests A cabaret style dance In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was attended last night, by 100 members and guests of the 20th Century Club. Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr. Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Vhska were hosts and hostesses for the montnly event. Fall flowers were set at Intervals around the spacious room. Individual trays holding assorted re- fre.shmenls topped each of Ihe'smnll tables set In the room. Dancing and the club's initial attempts at square dancing made up 'the evening's activities. Mrs. Poetz Is Guest With Octette Club Mrs. G. O. Poetz was the only suest, yesterday with members of Ihe Octellc Club who met at the home of Mrs. Cleo Langston ror Ihe weekly afternoon of playing bridge. G-rden flowers were arranged In vases and set around the rooms ol the home. Mrs. C. Modinger was high score winner in Ihe game-, with second high being won by Mrs. Poelz. Mrs. Lungston served Iced drinks. Luncheon at Country Club Compliments Mrs. Tipton Mrs. Paul Tipton, a former Bly- Ihcville resident who U now visiting here, w«s guest of'honor Tuesday at a 1 p.m. luncheon, given at >,h». Country Club [or elghl guests. Mrs. George M. Lee was hostess, Mmcheon was served at a single a bowl rilled with scarlet hued long table, which wu topped with gladioli. Following the meal, the group returned lo the Lee home for a program of organ, piano and quartette music. • • • Mrs. Cupples Entertains Avalon Bunco Club Mrs. W. J. Cupples was hostess yesterday to members of the Avalon Bunco Club for the ftrst meeting following the summer disbandmcnl. In the bunco game, high score was won by Mrs, Bill Gtlbow with Mrs. Speck McGregor being second nigh scorer and Mrs. W. E. Cherry, bunco. Fall blossoms filled low bowls set iround the entertaining rooms of .he home. A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the game. • • • Church Supper ' Plans Discussed Plans for a church supper to be given at the Lake Street Methodist church, Tuesday Oct. 11, were made last night at the meeting of the Promised Land Womens Society of Christian Service at the home of Mrs. A, r A. Hardy. Mrs. Lucian Gaines-was a guest with the 10 members for the meet- Ing, which opened with prayer by Mrs. Galnes. Mrs. Marcus Galnes, president, conducted the meeting during which a devotional was presented by Mrs. Llndley Vowell. Group singing followed alter which plans for the church supper were discussed. The meeting was closed with Joint repeating of .the Lord's Prayer. — '•A dessert course was served by Mrs. Hardy to her guests, who were seated In the floral debdecked entertaining room. By Sue BurnetI For a liny mite of three to eight —an exciting dress for school or party days that combines two dainty fabrics with charm. Buttons are used lo accent each little scalloi) for trim. Pntltni No. 6648 Is a sow-rite perforated pattern In sizes 3, \ 5, 6. 7 and 8 years, size 4, Mi yards of plain fabric; 1H yards checked fabric checked fabric In 39-inch. For these patterns, send 25 cents In COINS, for EACH pattern ordered, your name, address, si?e neslr- Cd, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7. Ill Send 25 cents today for the new Fall and Winter FASHION. This latest Issue Is filled wllh news nnd styles for, » smart winter wardroV; Interesting features; free Rift pal- tern printed, ltuid« Uu book. IMPORTED Holland Bulbs TULIPS, DAFFODILS, HYACINTHS, CROCUS, Etc. B'egir, btlttr >ulbi-g«llh» Tnott for your montyl These n re the choicest of bulbs, Imported direct to us from Holland. PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seeds 1U K. Main Klytheville Mrs. Powell Guest With Church Class FRIDAT, SEPTEMBER M, 1186 Bits of News Length a Matter of Personal Ghoice Mrs. Lee Powell was a guest la.st night with n members or the Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church ; who met nl the home of-Mrs. Hubert PoLsgrove for the monthly business and social session. Mrs. Howard CaldweH opened the meeting with a prayer followed by the first .portion of the meeting, the business session, conducted by Mrs. Herman Mayes, president, Nev. officers for the coming church year were elected during which all ''officers were re-elect en* with the exception of the secretary position which was (Hied by Mrs. James Rambo, replacing Mrs. E. E. Smith. Mrs. Smith gave the devotional followed by a prayer by Mrs. Rnm- bo which closed the business session. The remainder of the evening waa spent Informally durtng which Mrs. Polsgrove serveci refreshments, Mrs. Ellen Conley is class teacher. Mrs. R. Ij. Fisher and granddaughter, Linda jean vinson, left yesterday morning for a month's vocation with Mrs. Fisher's daughter, Mrs. Ixjiren Hutchison In Boise, Ida., another daughter. Mrs. Ralph Patterson In Las Vegas, Nev., and oilier relatives in points of California and parts of Texts, Wlllinm T. Wilson, avistllon machinist's mate Mrsl class, USN, of Caiuthcisville, Mo., is presently stationed at the Navy's Arsentla, Newfoundland, base. He entered the Navy In April. 1941, Amos H. Ferguson, seuman recruit, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ferguson of Rt. 1, Caruthcrsville. Mo.. Is undergoing recruit training al the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, III. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner left this afternoon for Ncwlxrn, Tcnn,, where she will spend the weekend with relatives and friends, Jane Wilson, who is a student at Hutchlnson's School In Memphis, will be the weekend guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. George Roach Lamb announce the birth of their first child, n son, this morning at Walls Hospital. He has been named Rhaford Allen. .Mrs. Lamb Is the former Miss Peggy Van Wilnkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle. Mr. and Mrs. James Dorrell of Memphis will arrive tonight to bo : the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Ellington. , T. I. Seay is on a business trip in Detroit, Mich. Mr. Scay was mo- | tored to Memphis Wednesday by Mrs, Seay where he boarded a plane • for Detroit. Mrs. Seay returned I home Wednesday. In St. Louis' for the weekend nnri to attend the musical, "South Pacific" are Mrs. p. E. Black. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Miss Dctty.Black. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matthews left this morning for their home In New Orleans alter visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe. Mrs. Matthews Is the former. Miss Mattie Craig of Biytheville. Mrs. a-le Hoke of Sequel, Calif., Is the houseguest of her son, Wallace Hoke and family for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bert A. Lynch, Jr., of St. Louis will be the overnight guests of Mr. Lynch's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, tonight. They are en route on a southern vacation. Mrs. S. S. Patterson is spending this weekend in St. Louis. She will visit her daughter. Miss Vivian Patterson, who is a freshman at Lln- denwood College. St. Charles, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsell and family have as their weekend guests Mrs. Halsell's father. J. R. Lyon and sister. Miss Eva Lyon of New Albany, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck will leave Sunday for Eleven Point River 'near Pocahonta for a squirrel hunt. They will return the latter part of the week. Miss Ruth Woolridge underwent a tonsileclomy this morning at the Biytheville Hospital. Thongli coals may go to any length tor fall, here arc three len most stressed. The three-quarter coal (lefl) Is in rustic cnppe. I rimmed with four llaml-polished brass buttons. Side fullness and deep iinnlmles m:ike the sliort coat (cenler) in cahin brown chinchilla an ideal suit companion. The full-leneth, coal in alpine (old (righl) has rounded dolman sleeves and mushroom collar. LUXORA'NEWS' B; Mrs O C l>rl»« Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George announce the birth of a son, Sunday, Sept 17, at Walls Hospital in Bly- Ihtville. The child, their second, weighed six and a half pounds, and has been named Donald Wade. Mr. and Mrs. John Ford were hosts to their Canasta Club Saturday night at a spaghetti supper at their home. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bradley were playing guests. Game prizes were awarded to Mrs. John BOWCM and Mr. Russell Bov.-ch. Miss Mary Ann Bourland returned home last week from a three-month visit with relatives In Wooilstown, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Herman George, and son. Max, longtime residents of Luxora. have recently moved to their new home In Warden, Mo. A. B. Rozelle and Bowen Thompson are in Texas on a business trip this week. Mrs. O. C. Driver, Jr., returned home Tuesday from a four day trS> to Atlanta, where she attended funeral services for her brother. Lu.xora High School groups attending the Mid-South Fair in Memphis Monday included th« Vocational Agriculture classes under ,the dlrectioii'.bt A: B.. Bradley, Home 'Economics classes under thejdirec- lion of Airs. Raymond Pate, and the local Boy Scout Troop under the direction of J. 3. Olive. Misses Emma Lee Kennamer and Grctchen Barnes and Mrs. ttay- At The- Hospitals Biytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Rex Kelly. Steele. Mary Pinch, City. Mrs. Lucille Church, city. ' Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Omer Ott, city. Mrs. G. A. Cook and baby, city. E. L. Trotter, City. Mrs. M. C. Pendergrass, Caruthersville. mond Pate spent last wqekend in Conway as guests of Miss Kenn.i- mer's parents. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Peggy Allison hostess at her home for a social honoring G. A. of Calvary Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., entertains Friday Club. Executive Board of the W.M.U. of First Baptist Church meets for 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Retiring and Incoming officers will attend. Church Class Has Supper Party A purple »nd pink color scheme was selected for the decorations and Uble appointment^ used at the supper party last night given in the basement of the First Christian Church honoring the young married iel of the church, which mnkes up he Gleaners Sunday School Class. Following the buffet supper the evening was spent informally In games under the direction of Mrs. John Burnett and J. P. Garrott. Mrs. Rupert CratUm was general chairman for the event and. was as- listert In the arrangements by Mrs. Albert T.nylor. Nfrs. Boyce Moore. Mrs. Hartley Hayj and Mrs. Ruth Bryant. James Terry Is class teacher. Special guests for the event \verr he Rt-v. and Mrs. Lester D. strub- hai. Thi» Sunday—WMCT 2P.M. MM IMCMS1 fflGUS! HEUER'S SHOE STORE FINAL CLEARANCE ALL SUMMER DRESSES 2 Values to 10.98 50 3 00 Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Daily tor our pro- tram Announcements. 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