The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 31, 1952
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•IT "r *-r-»f-" p-^--*ri*—i Society, JVetvA BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat If uUins, Society Editor 9 Phon* 44C1 Carnival Royalty Crowning Held CARNMVAL In an annual Halloween Carnival *JO » ? \~ held at Yarbro School last night, Loi'ctta Mai- sponsored by the- Parent-Teachers lory, (laugh- Association, Loretta Mallory, daugh- (n .. 'f -IT.. O1 .j ter of Mr. and Mrs. R, Victor Mai- ,, „ „. . lory, and Donald Nelson, son of Mr. >"'" s ' H. Victor and Mrs, Milton Bunch, were crown- Military, a 11 d ed queen and king of (he carnival, llnivilrl \' ( Icnn Both are representatives of the ' ,, ' third grade. Forming the court were son ol 1 '"' - an " Treena Johnson and Thomns Bo- ill's. II i lion Ban, first grade; Linda Mclntosh Bunch were and Dick WyotI, second grade; , ', , . Ethel Jean Wyatt »nd ' Carleton CIOWIlca ' A S t Stiles, fourth grade; Jerry Wheeler night, queen and Larry Wlilttle, fifth grade; and alu | kintr of the Linda Faye Lambert and Wayne „,.,.,,„, ,, ,, Hay/ord, sixth grade. annual Hallo- Don Stalling:, president of the ween Carnival tlxth grade, crowned the king and held at the queen ,, . - , Among other entertainment at lai ' l)1 '° school, the carnival, a costume contest was (Courier News held. Linda Mclnlosh won first Pho(o). prize on the best costume, with James Marvin Bunch and David Han-kins, tleing for second ami 1 Ethel Jean Wyntt winning third. Mtss June Howard was in charge of the coronation. TIE Club Has Two Guests Mrs. Joe Hughes and Mrs, Bill Hodge were gursu of the meeting of members of the TLE Club last night when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson. A dessert course was served preceding the game, from small tables, centered with Halloween decoration, in black and orang. Mrs. Hughes won high score, with second going to Mrs. W. E. Cherry and bridge to Mrs. Herman Turner, ,.,., mis mary umi < Travecca College Be Hostess As We/7 As Guest Have you been getting by with being often a guest but rnrely a hostess? -Then maybe you had better give a little thought to a letter to this column. "Can't you write something," a reader asks, "about the women who always say 'I'd love to come,' and leave with '! had n wonderful time,' but never do anylhlng In return? "It seems lo be a wide-spread thing, though worse In some com•School Honor Roll Is Announced According to an announcement made lodaj bj W D Tommey principal of Blytheville High School, Bonnie Nell Mccormlck Is again highest ranking student i on the honor roll for the first six weeks period, ulth Jo Alice McGuire'rank- Jobc, Laura Hcmby, Fruma Borowsky, Lcroy Hall, Janice Johnson, June Cunningham, Earl Hyde, dnl Johnson, ontl Whllsltt," Nina Richardson, Evelyn Bowen, Jean Bradley, Charles Lnrigfton, Peggy • —- — — -...^^ ...1.^1.i.ic miiiv- n.uuicj, oiiiiiK.'.^ i^Fingfiion "ecgy Ing second, and Hush Hooper, third. Taylor. Betty Lee Oarrott, Charles Ruth Johnston and Palsy Ynr- Aycock, Deanna Crews, bro were tied for fourth place In Martha Ann rosier.'Bob Chtl- tne group. Others on the honor roll dress. Mnx Bill. 1 Msrjorle Doughcr- '--'•• J - ~ ty. Shirley White, Harvey Smith, Jimmle Tlllev, Rny Westbrook, joe Young,. Eugene Belkna'p, Prances Slayton,' Gatlya Stllwell, Jimmle Tonripklns, : Judy McCall Barbara Include : Patsy Caldwcll, Danny Cobb, Mary Alice McWaters, Sam Lum. Marilyn :• Dougherty, Sue Dorcas Class Has Menthly Social'" Mrs L Houton of Oceola enter- 'tairied members'of the Dorcas Sim- day School Class of Calvary Baptist Church last night' at her home with > monthly business and social meeting Seventeen former presidents and members of the class were guests of the 14 regular mernbers. Mrs. Robert Wade presided over the business session and a devotional was given by Mrs. Hubert Polsjrove, who chose SK her subject. •[Take Heed and Watch." Mrs, Howard Caldwell led a closing prayer. The e\enlng was spent In'play- Ing Halloween games. Guests were dressed in costumes and winners for the : best'costumes Included Mrs. E. H. McMurry, Miss Edna Smith. Mrs. Nea! Ouerian Mrs Buford.Coolie, and Mrs Wade Mis« Betty steely of Osceola, who was dressed as a ghost, told a ghost «tory. Dessert and coffee were served by the hostess, Miss Steely, and Mrs, Henry Long The' hostess carried out R theme of Halloween throughout her home, using goblins, witches, other Halloween ornaments, anti arrangements of fall flowers and foliage, Guests Included Mrs. James Florida and Mi5,s Steely of Osceoia. Mr.!. Long, Miss Marie Harnlsh, Mrs. Janie Ross, Mrs. James Garner, Mrs. Katie Caldwell. Mrs. Reese Moore, Mrs, Lee Powell, Mrs. Bill Hsynes, Mrs. J. P. Hocott. Miss Jeannine Anderson, Mrs. Mel Hay. Miss Edna Smith. Mrs. Neal Guerlan, Mrs. Jack Attaway and Mrs. Cleo Bradley. .Rook Club Has Halloween Party Mrs. T. W. Goforth was hostess yesterday for a Halloween party for members of the Thursday Rook Club, when all members came in costume. The entertaining rooms were decorated with Halloween ornaments and fall leaves. She served a sandwich plate and iced drinks. Rook games provided the entertainment^ with high score going to Mrs. T. o. Hucy and second to Mrs, W. B. Mayo. Rooko went to Mrs. E. B. Chitwood. The costume prize went to the hostess. Wstkiris, Patsy Weaver, Mary .-Beth Dannlets,^'Barbara Trumble ' Car- me'n Gary, Jennette, Huey, jrtnmle Lee; Moore, Anna Mae Greer," Bonnie Smith, and Bob Black. Included on the honorable mention list were Clarence Hall. Betty Johnson, Eugene Still, Condon Bush. Carol Ann Holt, Lawrence Bradley, Johnny Logglns, Nancy Hamby, Paid Wright, Lconn Sample, Calvin Czesehln, Normn Davis. Bertha Lewis, Shirley Wnde, Brilt Owens. Sammy House, Bobbye June Klllian, Wendell Keeling. Leon Prlvitt, Chnrles Ray Hall, Prances Rose, Jerry. Edwards, Ann Perry, Linda Bunch, Drnne Adams, Joan Earls, Mnn Prcjsncll, Vaughn Johnson, James Loveless, Sherry Sparks, Joe Whlsenhunl, Harold Daniels, Peggy Gilmcr, Ber- thn Ann Galncs, Bobby Lee Hill, Jimmy Buffington, Patty Scott. Wanda. Bltikemore. John Krutz, Charles Garner, Harold Wright, Glenda . Le»-ls, cnrolyn .Wrerm, Mary • Sue Wnlkms, Millie Ann Bradley, Monya Blankenshlp, Kay Hlndman, and Frankie Seay. Marriage Licenses The following couple has Obtained a marriage license at the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blylhe Parker; Dennes Jordon and Normn Smith, both of St. Louis. munltles than others, that many women will accept all hospitality offered and yet feel no responsibility for returning it, "Lone women are particularly negligent about this, It seems to me. A woman will say: 'Call me any time. I can, nearly always get-away.' And yet it doesn't seem to occur to her that she might take the responsibility occasionally for doing the culling, getting up the party and playing the hostess." > The woman who is lonely, whose social life Isn't as full ns she wishes It might be, who feels left out of things should take that letter seriously. For no womnn, however agreeable aiid friendly, can get by for long with being always, a guest and never a hustess. Nor can she depend for too long on others Including her on jaunts If she never plans any herself. So If you're lonely, ask yourself these questions: Hnve I entertained as often during the past six months as I have been cntcrloined? Have I taken advantage o[ opportunities to ask others to share little excursions? Have I inade the effort to.share the hospitality of-my home/'with any newcomers to town, or to my neighborhood? No women can hnvo a satisfactory social life for long unless she Is as willing to entertain as to be enter- tnlned 'by others. Duplicate .League Has Weekly Game Twenty members of Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League played at Hotel Noble last night at their weekly game. Harry Lnvensleln and Jim Hole- son won first place for hte evening's entertainment, with second goliie to Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes and third to Mrs. w. A Afflick and Jim Wnllin of Little Rock " Bits of News Mis Mary O'Brien, a ' Gh-« nance Miss Jenny Wren entertained « " .,? wlth a H »"°w«n dance *t the home White House at Warm Springs, Ga., ( r rJml£ "!! D ',. R<X)Se T. i I 7 * at)d * here he . It Is now ». national -, ---—-•-,,- """ a ™»Muyvccn aance at, me nome ." T?" , V , "f.' ° f hcr P'"ent», Mr. and Mrs. Hud- Bride Honored The country home of Mrs. Jerry Cullom was the setting when members nl the Thursday Nieht Club complimented Mrs. .Charles Ray nrt n died In ... ,: _ . m Walter Rosentha Will leave to- Ha well, a recent bride, with morrow tor St. Louis, on » business bridge party Monday evening 1 ' ' trip. Mr. and Mrs. J.- T. Westbrook and Mr. and Mr*. J. -T. Westbrook. Jr., returned home last night from Chicago where they attended a shoe convention. Mis. Speck McGregor. Mr*. John Hart. Mrs. H. 0. Blankenshlp, and Mrs. L. O. Olll spent yesterday in Little Rock for the American Legion Auxiliary Pall conference. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Westbrook, 1908 Chlckasawba, announce the birth of their first child, a son, today at the Baptist Memorial Hospital In Memphis, He has been named Robert W. Westbrook, Jr. Mrs. Westbrook Is .the former Miss Norma SImpfcins of Jonesboro Mrs, Johnny White and daush- ters, Grace and Joyce, are in Sena- tobla, Miss., visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs, R. G. Rosenborough. Mrs. Dick J. White leaves torl.iy lor Mnrlanna. Ark., to attend the wedding, of her niece. Mr. White , will Join her Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Johnson had as her yesterday, Mr., and Mrs w M. Steele of Cairo, Til, Mrs. Steele is a niece of Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lyster and son, Johnny, are In Lyndon, vt., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lyster. Bob Burnette of North Little Rock, will accompany Oakle Hopp home /or the week end. where they will be guests of Oakle'i grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oakcs Both are students at Arkansas Tech at Russellville. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Hall an/1 son Charles Ray, will leave tomorrow for Pulton, to visit their daughter Miss Nlta Rose Hall, at William' Woods College for Dad's f>ay Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Bryant have returned from Indianapolis. Ind. where Mr. Bryant was on business' Pfc. nichnrd J.. Watts received his discharge . Momlny at Camp Clmlfec. Ark., .and will arrive home today. Fie Is the son of Mr and Mrs. S. W. Watte, 2120 Carolyn Avenue. Luncheon Given For Club Here Mrs. Byron Morse was hostess yesterday for a luncheon for members of the Thursday Club,; ; when ^tonn g the afternoon.WB« spent th playing Cutcheri. Mrs. J. A. Leech, second. ^l Rlylhc.rllle HmptUl Dismissed: Jim Hale, city Mrs. Minnie Azbell. Cooler Jim Reed, Cooter Read Courier News Classified Ads. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1958 -WILSON By Airs. R f. Boyle* Used to center the dining table where refreshments were served was a bowl o[ . tiny chrysanthemums. Bouquets of fall flowers were used In other parts of the entertaining rooms. Winners in the bridge games were Airs. Garland Trammel high, Mrs. J. J. Bussey, second and Mrs. George , Brewer, bridgo. Tlie honoree was presented a piece of Italian pottery. Mrs. Harwell was honored on another occasion Tuesday evening with a miscellaneous shower at the Wilson Club House. Hostesses were Mrs. C. J. Lowrance Jr., of Driver, Mrs. Ralph Robinson, Mrs. Jimmy Hartrich, Mrs. Albert Greenwell, Miss Annie Rae Rowland, Mrs. Dora Merrell, Mrs. J. M. Hosford. Mrs. Benton 'oarrett, all of Wilson, Mrs. Jack Uzzelle of Joiner. Mrs. Bill McMalh Mi's, Joe Applebaum and Mrs. John Kibitzer Club Plays in Home All members of the Kibitzer Club gathered yesterday at the home of Mrs. Robert McHaney for a weekly bridge 'game. Mrs. McHaney uwd a Halloween motif, with Jack-o-lahtern centerpieces and other ornaments. Chrysanthemums and colored leaves formed the bouquets used in the living room" and dining rooms. A dessert course was served the guests. Mrs. Jim Smart won high score with second going to Mrs. C. w. AfTlick, Jr, Contract Gub Has Luncheon A two-course luncheon was served yesterday to members of the Thursday Contract Club when they were entertained at the home of Mrs P. D. roster. White and yellow mums centered the dining room table, and were used also in the game rooms. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. Jesse Taylor were guests of the club members. Mrs. Pollard won high score In the afternoon's bridge games, with, second going, to Mrs. O. w. -Mc, ' ••:•', Vts. i I c- ' -> Bridge Club bridge. Mis, M, A. Isaacs was a guest of the club members. A two-course luncheon was served from small tables which were centered with small bouquets of fall (lowers. Winners In the afternoon's game The R. B. Purvi« Home wa« the were Mrs. E. B. Gee. first high, and scene last night for a meeting of "" ' " T "" 1 ' J members of the OEO Bridge Club, when Mrs, T. H. Caraway was hostess. GUWI.S included 'Mrs. Bill Rayder, Mrs. Sam Reddick and Mrs. Lewis Henderson.' In the evening's bridge game, Mrs. James Rogers won high score, with second going to Miss Jettye Huffman and brldgo to Mrs. Reddick. . • Refreihments were served during the evening. RATS!! How many have you? H co,*, »2.00 . y.« to v^p . r ,( .nj *• "I pop»<m « miny i«in,< run, Mt> Ih. DiDUunJll 1h« new tailed RoJenlicicU is Warfarin — il ritt ellmmalc r*l popul.Kon. Ail foe CEKOL WARFARIN TO IKE SAITS CENOL WARFARIN POWDER DO A MAI JO* f~ Soft M l/IDDV DRUG MKDT STORES LAST CHANCE GET A RELIABLE Cut Out This Rtmlndtr Grt a ^'EATHKR PROPHET roR 98c Xtt. H.J5 T>lue WEATHER PROPHET Mall Orders lor r.HTji PRACTICAL ATTRACTIVE KIRBY "" STORES UNITED STATES 1 LL CoL WILLIAM F. SANTELMANN, Conductor 2 Performances Blytheville, Ark. Wed v Nov. 5th Benefit of Blythevilie High School Bond STUDENT MATINEE NIGHT PERFORMANCE 2:30 p.m. 8 :15 p.m. Adm. 50c and $1.00 Adm. $1.50 and $2.00 RESERVED SEATS F.r Night o n i y $2.00 IXt * 11 ' l - IX V ULX JUAM J On Sale ot Courier Newi OR MAIL CHECK TO P.O. BOX SOS, BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Genera! Admission Tickers on Sale ar Owens, Drug Store and Rothrock Drug Store or through any Blytheville Civic Club. Enoch, all of Osceola. Honored on Birthday Cilenda Wheeler was honored on her 12th birthday, Wednesday alt- ernoon, when her mother. Mrs. Glen Wheeler, entertained her classmates with a party In the sixth grade room at school. The Halloween motif was carried out in favofs of black cats and yellow pumpkins filled with candy and yellow faced cup cakes. Ruben' Prentlss was awarded a prize In the games played. Miss Sue Short the teacher, and Mrs. A. E. Clark assisted Mrs. Wheeler. H'JHl) Meel. The Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Monday night at the church for a study course. Mrs Harry Woodyard taught the book ."Scattered Abroad." Mrs. Ivan Haynes was assisted with serving refreshments by the social leader from each of the /our circles. WSCS Meets A week of .prayer and.self-denlal Is being observed by the Women's Society of Christian Service this week. A program for the Quiet Day was held in the sanctuary of the Wilson Methodist Church Wednesday. Mrs. Almn Harnden led the program and was assisted by Mrs Hurtson Wren, Mrs. Elstner D. Beall. Mrs. H. W, Gilbert, Mrs. Russia Perry MM. J. C. Bussey, M rs . Dcwey Stalls, Mrs. Bentley Rhodes, Mrs. Gerald Whiteside and Mrs. N B Ellis. Jr. Mrs, R. A. Pratt presented organ music. Pot-luck lunch was served. Personals Mrs. J. J. Perry is confined to her home with a broken foot suffered when she fell on the back steps at her home here Sunday morning. Her condition is satisfactory. Joyce Haynes, who attends beauty school In Blytheville, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Haynes. Misses Glenda Ray and Pat Hodge accompanied her home. Sara Blkins, a stuaent at Hendrix College at Conway. spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ElWns, arid family. She was home for the homecoming fame Friday.nlght. Other college students home for the week - end included Billy Zook, from Arkansas State | College, Jonesboro; Charles Standifer from the University of Arkansas, Payettevllle; and.Edwin Webb from Little Rock Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles, Jr and daughter. Eleanor Suzanne, of Memphis, were the week end guests of his parents. Miss Martha Traylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H : o. Traylor. of Wilson, was homecoming queen at Mississippi Southern College's homecoming celebration nt HRttles- burg, Miss., Saturday. .Miss Traylor Jias'nlso^been elected, secretary of the junior class. She Is a graduate of Wilson High School. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel and daughter, Judy, visited her mother, Mrs. Hugh Morgan, at Tyro nza Sunday. ILUXORANEWSII j SfBS. o/O. DRIVE* Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lyon and son /lew here recently from Bloom- flelcj, N.Y.. for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. Llverant. Mr. Lyon. a nephew of Mrs. Llverant, is a former Luxora resident, Mrs. S. Franklin of Moscow, Tenn.. and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dorris and daughter of Memphis were recent weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Grover Driver and Mrs. Sue M. Brown. : Grqrsre Stanford, who 'attends the University of Arkansas, and Edward Stanford, who attend* the University of Mississippi, were weekend guests here of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio, and Misses Emma Lee Kennamer, Oretchen. Barnes, nnd Edith Mc- Danlcl were among Luxorans • attending the ole Miss-Arkansas football game in'Little Rock Saturday. Lt. and Mrs. Elliot Sarlaln, Jr.. of Reno. Nev.. are houseguesls of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. o. Langston .for several days. Mrs. Charles Edwards returned liome Sunday from the "'Memphis Baptist Hospital, where she has been a patient for several days. Mrs. Woodrow Pardeecey and baby daughter have recently returned home from Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Bowcn Thompson attended the state librarians' meeting In Little Rock last week. She was accompanied. by her mother. Mrs. W. L. Wilson, and daughter! Betty Bowen. Tlie party spent the weekend in Conway. Mrs. Sue Brown spent last week Coming Evmts Saturday BusinMs meeting In the ColonlU room of Hotel Noble at 8 p.m. will precede the 9:30 p.m. University club Dance In the Mirror Room. Hosts and hostesses arc Mr. and Mrs. Robert McHaney, Mr. and Mrs. James Hoger«, and Mr. and Mrt. Marvin Nunnj Jr. Esther Class Has Business Meeting Members of (he Esther Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Fred Copeland last nieht (or a business session presided over by Mrs. Max Logan. Mrs. John Mayes gave the opening prayer, and Mrs. j. c. Roach gave the devotional, refreshments were served In the social hour. Meeting Called A meeting of Masons has been called for tonight. Work on the M. M. degree will be held at the Masonic Lodge beginning at 1:30 p.m. in Memphis afi the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Gowen, and family. The Luxora Book Club held Its monthly meeting Tuesday nisht at the home of Mrs. Auten Chitwood in O.sceola, Mrs. Chitwood and Mrs. Charles Howard were co-hostesses for the event,- entertaining the 15 members present. Mrs. C. B. Thomas was In charge of the program, presenting a travelogue review of America. A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the program. Correction! The Telephone Number ' of"'. . ••.'... • Sherwin-Williams Co. was listed incorrectly in Thursday's . Courier News. 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