The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1950 · Page 4
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FOUR Jan« Shelton, Society Editor COURIER NEWS Phon« 4461 Rush Plans Completed By 'Alpha Alpha Chapter . Rush season plans were discussed list night at the bi-monthly meet-. Ing of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of' Beln Sigma Phi at the home of Mrs.i A. A. Fredrickson. Mrs. Charles Henley was co-hostess for the occasion. The group was sealed In the entertaining room of the home which held bouquets of fall blossoms, for the session conducted by Miss Vcra Goodrich, president. Mrs. Frances aammlll reported on the sorority's contribution to charity' denial work after which plans for the Christmas project were presented by Mrs. Earl Stover Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, vice president, will be chairman of all rush activities, Committees named to assist her are Mrs. L. c. Posey Jr., Mrs. Gammil! and Miss Florence Moore, to make arrangements for rush party. Oct. 19; Mrs, Stover Miss Luella Barnes and Miss Nancy Holland, Preferential Tea. Oct. 22- and Mrs. James Rogers to be chairman for the banquet and Installation service, Nov. 2. In appreciation for her year's work, the group presented Mrs Frances Gammill, recently retired president, with a Beta Sigma Phi pin. It was also announced that Mrs. Gammill had been named to the Triangle Board, nn honorary international board made un of Beta Sigma Phi presidents and outstanding leaders. Mrs. aammlll will serve •s sorority advisor. Bunco was played In the soda hour following, with high score prize going to Miss Florence Moore .traveling prize. Mrs. Posey. anil low' .Miss Holland. • -The hostesses served a dessert, course. Party for 25 Guests Marks !8ih Birthday Alice Dawn Priest observed her Win birthday last night with a par- tr (or 25 guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Priest. An orchid was presented the hon- orce .from her parent.? for the occasion. The teen-age crowd spent the evening In party games and contests with prizes going to Berna Fondren and Jack Kejslcr. Gifts.were presented Alice Dawn from the group after which the large white birthday cake centering the long refreshment table was cut »nd served with party foods. Candy letters spelljng, "Happy Birthday Alice" encircled the top of the •whit* cake. Mrs Priest »as 'assisted during the e\enlng by Mrs Bobb> Tomlm- •on •. • • « Mrs. Whit is, High Scorer In Weekly Bridge Game Mrs. Newton Whitls won high »x>re »nd Mrs. Qene Teaford second high score In the bridge game played at the weekly meeting of the Tri-Town Club yesterday. ' Mrs. James Lee Brooks was hostess at her boms (or the occasion. vivid shaded dahlias and marl- folds were arranged in vases •round the entertaining room. Preceding the afternoon bridge Mrs. Brooks served a dessert course! FOR TINY TOTS~ Indian Theme Used At'Luncheon Meeting Indian symbols and colorful In dlan heads bearing full headdres were used to provide the decoratloi of the Hotel Noble Colonial Roor yesterday for the luncheon an program meeting of the Daughter of American ColonlsLs. Mrs. A. G. Little, Mrs. M. O. Us rey and Mrs. J. Louts Cherry wer hostesses to the chapter. Spaced at Intervals down th long table at which the guests wer seated were placques bearing in dian language snd ancient symbol Marking each guests' place wer Indian heads with their vivid head dresses completing the umisua placecards. The entire decoratlo theme was In keeping with the pro gram theme. Following the luncheon, Mrs George pollock. Jr., regent, preslde< over the meeting which opcnei u-lth (he tradillonal ritual, allegl ance to the flag and repeating o the American's Creed, Year books were distributed and the theme for the year's prog'ran "Follow and Honor What the Pas Ha.s Gained—Forward Still," dls, cussed. The first program of the year "Education ot the American Indian" was given by Miss Cordelia Wllhlle after which It was reported that Mrs. E. B. Woodson and Mrs. pollock represented the group f.t, (he effort to gain signatures for the Freedom Scrolls, staged earlier this week In the downtown business district. Club Is Entertained At Country Club The Country club was the setting yesterday afternoon for the meeting of Ua Petite Club for the weekly bridge game. Mrs. Max Usrey entertained the. group. Assorted early fall blossoms were placed around the room In which the small tables were set up for the dessert bridge *ffair Mrs. Eric Whltley was high score winner, with second high being wan by Mrs. Neal Gesell and bridgo bv Mrs. Phillips Robinson. • * • Four Guests Attend Weekly' Bridge Meeting Mrs, C. A. Nelson, Mrs. Ray Hall Mrs, Gilbert Smythe and Mrs' Charles Ridings were guests, last night with members of the TLE Club for the weekly evening meet- Mrs W. J. Cupples entertained the group at her home. In the bridge game high score was won by Mrs. Nelson, with second high going to Mrs. Cupple, and bridgo to Mrs. Otto Scrape Mrs. Cupples served refreshments to her guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeDaniel were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Brakensick and two children at their home In Tyronza. Mrs, E. M. Terry and Mrs. Edwin Robinson were motored to Memphis yesterday by Mis. James Terry to spend several days as guests of Mr and Mrs. A. B. Wetenkamp and daughter, Terry. They will be Joined in Memphis for a visit by Mrs J. L. Blnford of Brownsville, Tenn Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Caudle left yesterday for their home in St Louis after several days visit here as guests of Mr. and Mrs D A Jewel and family. Mrs. Wallace Iglehearl of Dell was admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital Monday. Mrs. Bryan Miley of Sheffield Ala., is the houseguest of her sister Mrs. Hugh WhltslU ..r.d family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roger Towles of Memphis were the overnight guests of Mr. Towles' sister,, Mrs. Newell Baldwin and family at their home on Highway 13. Mr. and Mrs. Towles were en route to Kansas City, Mo., for several days visit, Jimmy Edwards was removed by ambulance this morning lo Memphis Baptist Hospital where he will indergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Anderson left Monday for thelL- home in Los An- jeles, Calif,, after several days visit lere u guests of Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Anderson and other relatives. Mrs. Charles Crigger Is spending today in Memphis as guest of her Istcr, Mrs. Charles Fleetw&od. Dr. and Mrs. W. D .Chamblln and daughter, Lisa of Little Rock, will e the weekend guests of Dr. Chamb- ill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W D Ihamblln. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Jnrnlgan nd son and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jlomeyer have gone to Flint, Mich o make their home. Mrs. Ellis Walton and Mrs. Ruth lount are spending today in Mem- his. Billy Joyner and W. o. Reeves r.. are on a hunting trip hi Ten-' essee. .At The Hosoitals Blythevllle Hospital )ismissed: Joe Arnold. City. Marguerite White, City Johnny Ray, City. Teddy R«y Coggins. City. The mantis, an Insect, will attack ny other Insect it can subdue, snys he National Geographic Society. Glass Is made of silica combined ith lead or lime. Hotel Noble Luncheon Precedes Bridge Game A three-course luncheon at H tel Noble yesterday preceded tl weekly afternoon ot bridge of t! Tuesday Bridge Club. Hostess to tl club and one guest, Mrs. John Lan was Mrs. Max Reid. The long table from which lunch eon was served was centered wit a design of yellow roses, Intcrspers cd with white chrysanthemums an daisies. In the bridge game followin luncheon, high score was won b Mrs. Jesse Taylor with second hlg and bridgo going to Mrs, Lloy Stickmon. * • * Study Is Given At Monthly Meet Of Senior PTA "In the home as In every othe phase of life there Is a vast ga between knowledge and conduct, said Mrs. o. W. Coppedge, prograr chairman, as she led the dlscusslo lesson yesterday afternoon at th monthly senior high school Par cnt-Tcachcr Association meeting. Mrs. George Ingram rend In noem. "So Long As There Ar Homes" ns the afternoon's dcvo llonal followed by the highlights o the national president's message which were discussed by Mrs Jo Ferguson. Mrs. Biiford Young, president presided over the session during which room mothers for the yea were Introduced by Mrs. . Charle. McDanicl, room chairman. Rooms of Miss Frances Reid Bcnven, Mrs. O. E. Quellmnlz and Mrs. Kntlieriiie Green were reported as having 100 per cent membership by the membership chairman Mrs. Bert, Mayo. Halloween night the PTA wl! sponsor a womanless wedding anc bake sale. Mrs. J. c. Droke, fln.ryi- nal chairman, announced. Committees to serve were named. They are Mrs. Earl Buckley, chairman of the Womanless Wedding; Mrs Abe Kinningham. pies; Mrs. Joe McClure, lunchroom; Mrs. Aubrey Boyd, cakes; Mrs. Fred Bean, candy; Mrs. Jesse M. White, advertising and Mrs. Droke. chairman. In the room count, lh c prize presented the junior class. By Sue Burnett in5 fh ucy « I , it , tle . s!uf/ed d °" tiiat?s Just the right me tnr small fry to carry about and take to bed. And SUCh '"" ° ew - " one Sr| Special week n ' seml . rfp«rt ' " ame ' add "ss. size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News' 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7. Pattern No. 8G53 Is & sew-rite perforated pattern In one size-! 5 pattern eXMt mdaee ' consult Ialcst Issue ° f ( lhe press Th's l and Winter catalog 1 3 planned u wearable fall clothes. Free P»t£rn printed Inside the book. 35 Mrs. Edgar Cain Hostess to YWA Mrs. Edgar Cain was hostess to 10 members and two guests of the Calvary Baptist Young women's Association Monday night at her home for the weekly meeting. Mrs. Bobby Tomlinson and Frances Jean England were the group's guests. Pras'cr by Barbara Pruitt followed with a devotional given by Miss Luclnria. Cole opened the meeting. President, Miss lierna Fondreii, presided over. • the ;'session 'during Which reports of officers --we re heard. Closing prayer was led by Mis= Jean iVorman. Mrs. Cain serve drefreshmenls. ; Attend the Cotton Bail Friday Night 10 till 2 children's oxford s $995 2 Values from 3.45 to 3.95 COME IN TODAY AND SAVE! Family Shoe Store 312 W, Main Phone 2342 Prayers Studied By Circles "Neamlah's Prayers" was the program presented at the meeting of the women of the Presbyterian Church Monday In homes of the members. Mrs. W. H. Pease and Mrs. Henrj Layson were hostesses to 16 mem- •-ers of Circle One. Mrs. Walter -Jay presided over the meeting of the group and one guest, Mrs Pru (twice Joyncr. Mrs. S. E. Tune dl . . reeled the program. — 19 members present, met at (he B. A. Rice home with Mrs, P. w. Whllner, co-hostess. A round table discussion of Bible Study was conducted, followed by the program presented by ilrs. Ross Stevens. The meeting vas conducted .by Mrs. C. M. Gray Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. J. P. McCalla with 17 present 'it the meeting presided over by Irs. H. c. Patton. Mrs. Hcrmon Carleton directed the program. Fifteen members of Circle Four met. nl the home of Mrs. Elbert llufCmnn. The program was under :he direction of Mrs. J. E. Carter Mrs. Huffman presided over.the meelinz. Two new members Mrs Bill Walker and Mrs. Charles OTge, were present for lhe meet- ng. Circle Five, with Miss Mary Out- iw and Mrs. A, A. Mantey as hostesses at the B. M. Terry home met ast night with 14 mcmeis present Three guests nttenrted (he meet- ig which was conducted by Mrs Nora Spradlcy. Miss Outlaw reported on the uslness Women's circle Group [inference meeting held Sunday In Forrest City. It was the first mcet- •18 of the newly organized confer- nce. A social hour followed each meet- Delegates Named To Convention Delegates to the national convention of junior Service Auxiliaries were named at the final meeting of the year of hte Blytheville Auxiliary branch, yesterday morning at the Country Club. Retiring chairman, Mrs; Oscar Fendler, presided over the session. Nov. 3 and 4 Is the date selected for the convention to be held in mUicsburg, Miss. Mrs. Fendfer Mrs. Monroe crain. jr., Incoming WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, . president, . ., Mrs. James c ^arable Re-Told n WSCS Report Reflecting the parable of the tal- iils were !he results of the women's (forts announced Monday night at he meeting of the Lake Street lethodist Women's Society of /hristlan Service Mrs. Paul Wiggins was a guest ilh the group for the meeting lilch was conducted by the pre=lent. Mrs. Billy King. " W-.ys of raising money mentioned i' the members were, selling flow's, making pastries, crocheting lowing lawns, cleaning house for a cighbor and various other activi- es. Mrs. C. C. Thompson led In pray- program. . . after which the . Amidst the Suffering Throng" a.? presented. Participating in the discussions ere. Mrs. W. L. Green. Mrs. Joe nckland, Mrs. Don Lutz and Mrs forge Shamblin. A solo was sung by Mrs. Ivor- 1 • ..».u, VUlllCS Guard, treasurer, were named as delegates. Alternates from the chapter are Mrs. Rober Logan, Mrs Marvin Smith and Mrs. Weldon Rainwater. Plans were made by the group for a visual [raining school to be held Monday night to review methods for testing eyes in connection with the eye clinic sponsored by each year by the Auxiliary, or James c. Guard will conduct the school for members who will test the eyes of all elementary school children in the Blytheville district during the year. The group will fc assisted financially providing treatment and glasses for the under- irlvileged by the Lions Club Mrs Linrlsey Gunn, chairman of the eye clinic, will set up a schedule (or the tests. Tentative plans were made for resuming the Storv Hour each Saturday morning at the public library Mrs. James C. Guard, chairman' announced that the two hour session will be held from 9:30 a.m.! to 11:30 a m. beginning Saturday. Oct. 21. The first hour is for children, second and third grades the second hour for those in the fourth, fifth and sixth grades. Plans wer? discussed for a luncheon meeting to be held the second Tuesday in November. Membership Given At WSCS Meeting An honorary baby membership into the Womans Society of Christian Service of the Dell Methodist Church was presented to Dickie Ed- Program Given For WMU, Guests "Behind the Iron Curtain" was the program presented for members of the D«ll woman's Missionary Union meeting Monday night at the M. R. Griffin home, with Mrs Clalren Walders co-hostess to the group. Guests meeting with the members were Mrs. Curtis Downs, Sr., Mrs Jack Cox, Mrs. Alton Griffin and Mrs. Quinton Tarver. Mrs, Allen Liggett met as a new member. Group singing and a devotional given by Mrs. will Morgan opened the meeting. Program participants were Mrs, Beulah Whaley, Mrs. Curtis Downs, Jr., Miss Martha Crocker, Mrs. Ray Morgan and Mrs. Ed Hardln. Halloween decorations were highlighted throughout the Griffin home with pumpkins, and lighted candles providing the background for the social for the 23 members and guests. wards, son of Mr. and Mrs. R G Edwards, at the weekly WSCS meeting Monday night. Mrs. W. T. otewarl and Mrs Leroy Brownlee were hostesses at the church to the 27 members. Mrs. D. W. Crnnforcl presented the devotional followed by the program, "That Healing Gift He Lends" directed by Mrs. U. S. Blan- kenshlp. Taking part on the program were Mrs. Lamarr W 11 b o u r n. Mrs Charles Kennett. Miss Rebecca Hood, and Miss Carolyn Peargcn. A ycc?.l selection was presented Church Groups Meet in Homes Hope, Faith and Love Groups of lhe First Christian Church conducted monthly meetings Monday afternoon and Tuesday night in homes of the members ol the organizations, Mrs. C. A. Tant was hostess to 12 members of the Hope GroUp at her home on Dougan. The devotional was given by Mrs. George Barham followed by the study lesson led by Mrs. R, L. Dedman and Mrs. Boyce Moore. A brief business session preceded the dismissal prayer. The Faith Group, with 11 members attending, convened at .the home of Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. Eric Whltley gave the devotional followed by the study lesson and a business session. Last night ^frs. Sanford Shelton was hostess to 16 members and one met Sixteen Attend Church Session Sixteen members of Women's Missionary U ,, 10I , „. Monday night at the church fo7 . I business session and the program "Behind the Iron Curtain'' ' Mrs. W. E. Edmondson' worn.* the opening prayer followed bv oT devotional given by the Rev £? Edmondson. , ***• Program participants , & Mrs. Adrian Russell wer« Mrs Dixon, Mrs. N. C. Patterson M | Frank May and Mrs. W. L Sniilh Mrs. Charles Brown led the grour, in prayer followed by the final ' grnm portion given by Mrs Berry, Mrs. Ira Dlxor White. guest of the Love Group. Mrs. Gilbert Meredith was the group's only guest. The book. "Mary" by Schlem Asch. was reviewed for the group by Mrs. John Burnett after which - brief business session was con- Morris after which Mrs. | b * Miss Mary Lou King, lompson adjourned the meeting. Following a short business session Halloween was the. chosen motif —- J • • •- ^ssion r. the social hour following, with We appointments" and decorations in g in compliment. president, Mrs ducted. At the conclusion of each meeting the hostess served refreshments. ~ Lone Oak HD Club Meets In Home ' Group singing .opened the meeting of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club Monday when the group convened at the home of Mrs W. B. Mayo. Painted figurines were shown as the eye opener after which Mrs Doyle Schumate presented the devotional. The business session was under the. direction of; Mrs. J- o Huey during which the group voted to sell Christmas cards. In the social hour conducted fol- , Mavis Settlemlre, plans for. the visit , . ta the Half Moon society last night . Large baskets filled with shaded A dessert course was served by hllas were placed in the room in the hostesses following the ndjourn- lowing the adjournment, Mrs. Mayo the meeting was, conducted. served refreshments. SPECIALS! Men's All Wool Plaid Jackets Zipper or Button Front. Four pockets. All sizes. Reg. 9.95 to 12.95 Value Ladies Rayon Gowns Long Sleeves By Sans Souci $995 •^•* i Reg. 4.95 Value Ladies Precisional SLIPS By Miss Elaine White, Pink or Black Sizes 32 to 41 $ 2 Reg. 3.50 Value JIEDEL'S Quartet Plans Local Program The Mount Zion Quartet of K'ask vllle. Tenn., will- present a muslrai program Saturday night at Wesley Memorial Methodist in Pride Addition. The program is scheduled to s. gin at 7:30 p.m. Quartet members are former thcvllte residents. Bridge League Meets at Club The Mitchell movement was play, ed last night at the second or th» weekly meetings or the Countfv 3lub Duplicate Bridge League at th, Winners from the seven tables^ ilayers were Mrs. C, C. Councille ai3 Mrs Nenl Gesell, high for north and •south; 'Mrs. E. B. Gee andJ Mn Russell Phillips, second high for lorth and south; Mrs. o S Crowtli ; and Mrs. Ray Whittington hkh or east and west; and Mrs Joe Ftr guson and Mrs. Oliver Coppp.-fie second for east and west ,S!"! S . " e I>!»iW- <or each - or Tuesday evening at 1:30 p.m. Listen to KLCN _a( I0:l« I.OL and 4:00 p.m. Daily for our pt»tram announcement*. -v.i Box Office Opens at 1:4»-^ Shon Starts ^:M p.m. •'. Continuous Snowing Last Times Today Selected Short SubjtcU Thursday & Friday Paramount News * Selected Shoris GEM Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Last .Times Today r>oimi,E FEATURE DOROTHY HAVOC • RUSSELL. 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