The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1952
Page 4
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BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.)' OOCSIBH 'j?EWS Pat MuUiiu, Society Editor Phon» 4461 Recent Bride Complimented At Party Here Members of the executive board o* the First Presbyterian Church were host at Ihe home of (heir president. Mrs. Jesse. M. White, for a (urprUe party yesterday morning, complimenting Mrs. Dee Mcllwaln. Formerly Mrs. Nora Spradley, the hdnoree was presented a gift, in sll- rer by the host. ' Centering the table, which wa» overlaid with cutwork linen, was a Urge illver • bowl filled 'with yellow chrysanthemums. A profusion of mums In various colors were used throughout the White home. Presiding at the coffee service iraa Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty. Club Conducts Initial Meeting Mrs.,Jesse M. White was hostess to* members of Club Eight at \\^f home yesterday when two guests were entertained with the club. Guests Included Mrs. H. W. Wylle, »nd Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs.- Paul Jobe won first place In the-»ft<rnoon's bridge games, with •econd going to Mrs, R. C. Allen anfi bridfo to Mrs Wylte. Refreshment* were served during the afternoon. Chrysanthemums fn a variety of colors were used In the decorations. Woman's Club To Meet Friday A covered dish luncheon, followed by an eiecutlve board meeting, general meeting and book review given by Mrs. Charles Nelson, is scheduled for. members of the Woman's Club Friday, beginning at 1 pm Hostessei will Include Mrs Kendall Berry, Mrs Benjamin Hull, Mrs £ L. Boggs, Mrs Harry Bradley, Mrs, J. A Bryant, Mrs W R Cnmp- bell. Mrs J. C. Droke, Mrs. W. I Denton, Mrs C E Oraies, Mrs E L Hale, Mrs Ch»rle« Brogdcn Mrs H I/ Harp and Mrs W. D., Hanley. Birthday Party Given in Home LoU Mnrlene Canerdy celebrated her ««ond birthday Tuesday at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Henry Gtrgls, when 21 ot her friends trended a party In her honor Decorating the living and dining rooms, »herr the children plnved games, were colored ballotfnS swinging from the celling, and Intcr- »perKd,wllh colored streamers. Birthday c»ke. Ice cream, and soft drink« were served to the guests • Luncheon Given At Hotel Noble Mrs D«le Brlggj entertained members of the Trl-Town Bridge Club »lth a luncheon at Hotel Noble Tuesday. The three-course turkey luncheon was served from one long table centered with i low arrangement of fall foliage and chrysanthemums; Quests of the club were Mrs R. A Porter and Mrs. R. E. Green In the afternoon's bridge games Mrs Garrard Caudill won high •core,-..with second going to Mrs. Jamei O. Guard." Bel lew-Hicks Rites in Manila MANILA—In B quiet ceremony at eight o'clock Thursday evening at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Sweet. Miss Barbara Vernell Believe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Bellew, and James Hicks, son BRIDE ELECT — Miss Patricia Regan is the bride-e- Ifcct of William Robert II u m - phrey, BOD of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest!) we itt 7Iumplircy of Parkin, it was announced by* her. parents, fi Mr. a n d Mis. Fred Leo Regan. They plan it late December marriage. Miss Regan to Wed W. R. Humphrey Mr, : and Mrs. Fred Lee Regan announce .Ihe engagement of 'their Club Eight Plays •In White Home The Initial meeting dt the year for members of the Town and Country Club v,ns held yesterday nt Ihe home or Mrs. G. G. Catidlll Guests included Mrs Russell C Parr, Mrs. Carol Blakemore and Mrs Loy Welch. * Bridge games wcrt conducted during the afternoon with first place going to Mrs M N Nunn and second going to Mrs C Modinger Chrysanthemums formed the bovi- tiuets seen in the entertaining rooms Refreshments were sened during the afternoon. Mrs. Caudill Is Club Hostess , Three guests met with members of the Wednesday Bridge Club yesterday for Ibeir regular neekly game, when Mrs. R H. Klrby, entertained at her'home \ v -• Guests included Mrs C. W. Af- fllck, Mrs, A a. Little, and Mrs At A Isaac's Luncheon WHS served In the din- Ing room, and centering lha tr.ble was a study in pink and while chry- sanlhemums. In the afternoon's bridge games, Mrs, Affllck won first place, with second going to Mrs. Charles Rose. Board, General Meetings Held Nine membois of the executive board of tile Christian Women's Fellowship ot the First Christian Church met Monday for a business meeting presided over by Mrs. W. D Cobb, and folloncd by a general meeting, attended by 15. Mrs John Mcttaney ga\ e a report on the Well Child Clinic. In the count, Faith Group: had five present, and Hope Group liad nine attending. Hostesses were Mrs. Eric Whitley nnd Mrs. Edsvin Robinson. Mrs Frank Brown led the worship sen ice ' daughter. Miss Patricia Regan, (o William Robert Humphrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Deultt Humphrey of Parkin. Miss Regan was graduated from Blythevllle High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Red Pepper Club, and secretary of Girl's Beta Club She attended the University of Mississippi, Oxford, where she was a member of Kappa Delta Social Sorority, and Is now employed as bookkeeper for F "L Regan Gin Company. ' Mr. Humphrey was graduated front.• Parkin'• High School and attended the University of Mississippi, where he was affiliated with Alpha Tau Omega arid » member of the "M" Club He h now serving In the Air Force, stationed it Sheppard Field, WichHa Falls Tex. ~ The wedding; will be In late December. of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hicks of Blytheville were married. The Rev. Mr. Sweet read the ceremony in the presence of R few Intimate friends. The couple Is making their home fn Blytheville, Jack be nimble, Jack be quick - - - Big Snowball Candles, Red and Green Christmas Tree Candles, Lovely Floating-Flower Candles, Sleeping Santa Candles . . . Christmas Candles add an important Yule touch to your home. Don't wail, come in NOW and choose yours. Select distinctive gift wrapping for Xmas at the Gift Shop . . . Norcross wrapping. Wonderful items for Silver or Golden Anni, versary gifts . . . they're here. Our lovely new lamps are now on display. . . wonderful Lazy Susans . . . other distinctive Sorority Conducts Business Meeting- Members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta 'Sigma Phi nfrt Tuesday at the home of Mrs Rob; ert Lips comb, when Mrs Colleen Wood was co-hostess; for •business meeting Mrs Blnke Polly presided over Ihe. meeting, In which reports from ~commlttee chairmen were heard MUs Blllle Jane Rodgcrs ga\e her report on the recent trip to Kennedy General Hospital In Memphis, rind Mrs. Lipscomb gave a report on the Newcomers Club, and announced that a Christinas party was being planned for them. Mrs Ernest McKenzie and Mrs Tadd Harrison were appointed to be in charge of the minimi Tonl doll project. Miss Blllle Sue Burks Jntroduced Mrs. rFank Whltworth, who talked on cosmetics and hair styling. Refreshments were served later In the evening. ON MAIN Brown Kicked 'Em TALLAHASSEE. Flu. </p)—Florida State University's Joptbnll oppon- enl« have found the Seminoles' IW- pound punter, senior Tommy Brown, ft bcttor-than-average hand nt the kicking gnme. Brown kicked 25 times for a 38.8 average In the Seminoles 1 first tour •'outings. FSU opponents averaged only 2.T yards return on each of his kicks. Mr. Lois Moreland U in Camp bell's. Clinic, Room 316, where her condition Is reported to be satisfactory. She will be there weeks. Mr. and Mrs, John W. Burns and daughter have os their guests Mr. Burns' father, John Burns, his sister, Mrs. Frank Krolicfc, Mr. Krolick, and son, LeRoy, all of Ne»Orleans, La. Another liousegucst Is Miss Sherry Meslcrs, who will leave tomorrow for her home In Detroit Mich. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Chapman, who live on Number Nine Road, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon with open house from ttvo until four. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dial and Mrs. Mln/ord Miller returned from Greencastlc, Pcnn., after spending 10 (Jays with their son and nephew, Stanley Needluun, Mrs. Needham, and children, Jerry, Barbara, and Dwaln. Noien Young, a former resident of Blytheville, Is a patient al seaside Hospital in Long Beach, Calif., where his condition Is reported Improved. Mr, and Mrs. R. D. Hughes are In St. Louis where they met their ion,. First Lt. H. p. Hughes. Jr., who Is there on a temporary Air Force assignment. Dr. James C. Guard, Dr. Milton B. Webb. Mrs. Anna Berryhill, W. Ii. Nicholson, Miss Blllle Jane Rodgers arid Mrs. Emma Jean Sweat are spending the day In Little Rock attending the first Annual School Vision Conference sponsored by the Arkansas Optometrlc Association. Airman Second Class Don Peterson has returned to San Antonio, Tex., where he Is "stationed at Brooks Field. Willie here he h n s been the guest of hls-parents, Mr. nnri Mrs.: Aaron Peterson for several days. Misses Katherine Westbrook and Rosennna Cleveland and Mrs. Bill McOlure .will, leave tomorrow fo r St. Louis, U) spend the week end Mrs J. L Peterson of Newnan, On.. Is the guest of her!sisters, Mrs Angle Hooci and Mrs. F: L. Reed. , HOT, J«, 1»91 Ima Sue Flowers Is Engaged to Vernon Forrester Mts* I ue Flowers Coming Events Thursday Hobby Lobby Is to be held av the Fust .Methodist Church from 9 a m to 8 p m Mrs. M. A. Mlddleton Is hostess to members ol the O. and N. Birthday Club beginning at 7:30 p.m. Mlssco Home Economics ciub has 1 p.m. meeting at Hotel Noble, with election of officers. Mrs. Harold Da vis: is hostess to members'of the GEO Club. , Thuisd.ay Rook Club meets «ith Mrs E B Ch.llv.ood Kibitzer" .Club meets at the home of Mrs. Charles Aiilick in Sleele. Mrs. Joey Hodge'-'. Is hostess to members of the TLE Club. Mrs. O.VV. McCutchen entertains members of the Thursday Contract Club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs, C. W. Atnick is hostess to members of the Thursday Club. A'n election is to be held at Hotel Noble when members of Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League meet for Masterpoint night. Friday Ladles Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has a 2:30 p.m. meeting at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. B. M. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. Oakcs, Mrs. John Moore and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., Is hostess Mr. and Mrs, Buford B. Flowers announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Ima Sue Flowers, to Airman First class Vernon Douglas Forrester, stationed at P. E, Wnrren Air Force Base, Cheyenne Wyo He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Jess R. Forrester of Whltten. Ark. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Blythevllle High School, where she was a member of the Choir and Future Homemakers of America Club. She Is now employed by Noble Gill Pontiac, Inc. A graduate of Wilson High School, the groom-to-be, has been serving In the Air Force for the pas't two years, and is now taking special training. They are planning a late December marriage. Katherine Westbrook Is Hostess to YWA Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Katherine Westbrook Monday night for a mission study chapter Miss Mickey Allen led the open- Ing prajer which followed the repeating of the watchword after which a business session was held It was voted to adopt the name of Katie Hatton for the official YWA name. Miss Adallne Lee taught the second chapter of "Rainbow South," and Miss Westbrook dismissed with prayer, after which she sened a dessert. The full moon appears high In -ie sky. during winter and low during summer In the United tales. For This Christmas And a Lifetime . . . MOKE FAMILIES BUY WORLD BOOK Than Any Other ENCYCLOPEDIA Help your children win success! Just $10 down and Sfi a month brings World Rook Into your home. Call Bill ration at 8MO. Friday - Saturday - Monday SPECAL $ 1 GROUP LADIES DRESS CASUAL SHOES $ 2.79 - 5 1 GROUP LADIES SHOES ODDS & ENDS $ 1.00 Per Pair ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE «1 W. Main Dial J44» o members ot Ihe La Finesse Club. Airs. Harm;-.--! Taylor entertains •nembers of Ihe Friday Club. Friday Contract Club meets'w'illi Wrs. O. L. Me Waters. Chapter "N" ot PEO ; has 12:30 p.m. meeting at the Country Club. Stitch and Chatter ch;b meets with Mrs,' Thomas Dorris at 7:30 p.m. TO CEI.E- BRATE ANNIVERSARY — Mr.' and Mrs. Jack Neil of Cooter- will celebrate their golden anniversary Sunday at lite home of their daughter, Mrs. J. Q. Davis, also of Cooler. 50th Anniversary To Be Observed By Missourians Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nell of Cooler, Mo., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. Thev have been residents' of Cooler since their marriage. They are the parents of seven children, most of whom will be here for the celebration. Included are Mrs. James A. Rollins of Atlanta, Ga.. Mrs. J. Q. Davis of Cooler, Mrs. J. A. Davis of stecle, Mrs. Elvln P. Ingram of Slireve- MANILA NEWS Honor OES Officrr Mrs. Knthertne ;S, Green, grand associate conductress of the Order of Eastern star. Grand Chapter bt Arkansas, was honored Sunday with a tea at home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wells- In Leach'ville. Mrs. Green, who Is head of the commercial department in the North Little Rock High School, spent.the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green. Personals Mrs. N. M. Tatum of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. A. A. Mann of Brownsville, Tenn., and Mrs. T. D. Hambo ol Memphis, B. W. Cowan, II, of Boulder, Nev., Mr. and Mr.5. Frank Sweet, Jr., and Mrs. Horace Mooring of Lenehville were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Sweet during the week end. Mrs.- Rose Downing has returned to Booneville after a ten dajs visit with relatives and. friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Crockett Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Buren Flannigan were visitors in Memphis Tuesday. Miss Barbara Gay Ashabranner of M louis, Mo, returned to-iher home Monday Miss Ashabianner was here to aUend the wedding of her cousin. Miss Peggy Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fleeman were business visitors in Little Hock last week. J. B. Brown and Herbert Adkins were visitors in Memphis Saturday. port. La, Mrs Burley Alford of Elythevllle, J. W. Neil of Cooler, and the late Bernle Nell of Qulin, Mo They also have 17 grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. A party will be given at the home of Mrs Davis at Cooter, Kith the assistance of her sisters American Rookie fxcelt 'ST. LOUIS W) —• Rookie Cuy!« Fielder of St. Louts Flyers !« setting a hot pace for the scorers In the American Hockey League. Bora In Idaho, Fielder is one of the few players In professional hockey to call U.S. his birthplace. Last season while placing for New Westmlns-' ter. In'the; Pacific Coast League^ Fielder, scored 75 points and was named the outstanding rookie of the league. He hopes to repeat th« honor in the AHL this season. New Liberty WMU Has Meeting Members of the Women's Mis- slonnrv Union of New liberty met Monday at the home of the Rev nnd Mrs.Oiville McGuIre for foreign missions study Miss Frances Long presided at the meeting, which was begun with the WMU Hjinn,'"Christ for the Whole Wide World" Mrs E H Crook led in prayer, ,and Mr* Vance Dlxon taught the mission study, "Scattered Abroad" Thirty- six members, and three' guests Mrs David McPeake, Mrs H J Fond- icn and Mrs Hubert Payne attended ' Special music »aj glien by a quartette, composed of Mrs. Charlie Hir\s, Mrs clexton Eubanks, Mrs Hilton Slephenson, and Mrs Bill Cable. «ho sang, 'How Long Must We Wait " Praver by Mrs B L Holmes dismissed Hie meeting, and refreshments were served by Mrs Mc- Ouirc, and Mrs. Ira Koonce Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission Me & 39c CHICKEN SUPPER Lake Street Methodist Church TONIGHT 5:30—9 p.m. 5(M1 00 LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature FIKST RUN! •r ROBERT MITCHUM1* I JANE RUSSELL I WILLIAM BENDIX .;.h THOMAS GOMEZ • GlOtU GUHXMi — Plus — Also Cartoon FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature WILD BILL ELLIOTT SERIAL: The Zambies Also Cartoon THURS & FRIDAY 2 DAYS ONLY! 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