The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1950 · Page 4
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PAOT FOTJH Jan« Shelton, Society Editor BLTTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEW* Phon* 4461 Sorority Chapter Conducts .Senior at Posey Home • Mmon ihicted giant dahlias were •arranged before the mirrored fireplace of the L. C. Posey, Jr., home last night for he bi-monthly meeting of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, social sorority. Miss Florence Moore SVRS co-hostess lor the business session. Final plans were made for a supper Thursday nlsht, planned I compliment to the sororiy rushee A series of events are scheduled to the group. A preferential tea to be give Sunday at the P. D. Foster horn w»s discussed after which the meet inf was adjourned with the soror ity ritual. Bunco was played in the socls hour following, with high score be ing won by Mrs. C. C. Denton, sec ond high by Mrs. Den Cooper an tr*vellng. Mrs. Dick Mills. The hostesses served party tbodf • « » 'Mrs. Crowell, High Score In Weekly Bridge Game Mrs. O. S, Crowell won high score, Mrs. Max O. Usrey, second high and Mrs. Phillips Robinson bridgo, yesterday at the meeting o ; Lt Petite Club and one suest a the home of Mrs. Arthur Vance. Mrs, Randall Nichols was thi group's only guest. A dessert course preceded the bridge game. Robbins Home in Steele Setting for Meeting Mrs. Oarrard Caudill was hos tess at the Steele home of her parents. Dr. and and Mrs. o. w. Bobbins, yesterday to members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club and a guest Mrs. Alex Curtis. The group wa* seated at small tables spaced around the entertaining rooms of (he home for the bridge gime. Varl-hiied flowers were arranged In small bowls and «et around the rooms. Mrs. Gene Tealord won high score and Mrs. Newton VVhitls second high score in the game. At the conclusion of the bridge game. Mrs. Caudill served party foodi. • « • Mrs. Scrape Entertains TLE, Two Guests Mrs. otto Scrape was hostess at her home last night to members of the TLE Club and two guests Mrs. flalph Nichols and Mrs. Baker weekly evening of Turner for the bridge. High score In the bridge game WM won by Mrs. Scrape with •econd high being won by Mrs. w. E. Cherry ,nd bridge by Mrs. pnchols. A salad course was served durlnz the evening. Auxiliary. Meets In Baptist Church The Margaret Bruce Girls Auxiliary of the Armorel Baptist Church ,met last vveek at the church for a mission program. Marie Edmonrison directed the program for the ei 6 ht members present. •. A devotional from the book of Matthew adjourned the meeting. 83 Attend District Group Conference Eighty-three women of District Four, East Arkansas Presbytery, attended the Group Conference which was held yesterday at the First Presbyterian Church In Blythevllle Mrs. C. M. Gray, district chairman, wss In charge of the program. The Invocation was given by the nev. Harvey T. Kldd, with greetings being extended to the conference by Mrs. Kldd, Mrs. D. D. Eames was In charge of the morning and afternoon worship services. A round table dis- cusslon on "Evangelism for Everyone—Now" was held with the presidents or each group participating. Spenkins on "Spiritual Growth" wr,s Mrs, J. u Scott of West Memphis followed by an address by Mrs. W. W. Draper of Forrest City In which she enlisted the group's sup- p- port toward the Ecumenical Movement. "Each One Reaching One- Her« was presented by Mrs, Tom B Anderson of Helena followed by a discussion "Emphasizing Evangelism" Biven by Mrs. O. Bryan of Osccola. Mrs. French McKnlght of Helena cno.se for her subject, "Exercising Loyalty," s Following a musical number by Mrs, Tom Miller the group adjourned for lunch, After the luncheon. Mrs. Tony Peterson discussed "Stewardship" Mrs. J. W. Parse of Batesville had *fhcr subject, "Annunlties and Re- Mrs, Elwoori B. Fahl of Batesville Prcsbyicrlal president, closed the meeting with the address, "Let Us Go Forth-Enlightened by Him." Winners Named For Bridge League Mrs. O. w. McCutchcn and Mrs. •corgia Bailey were high scorers north and south and Mrs. Ray WhlUliigton and Mrs. o. S. Crowell high scorers for cast and west Inst nlcht at the meeting of the Country club Duplicate Bridge League at the club, Five tables of guesls participated in the game in which the Mitchell movement was plnyed. Oilier winners were Mrs. w. J. Pollard and Mrs. Samuel F. Nor-is. second high for the north and south teams and Mrs. Edgar P. Borum and Mrs. Henry Humphreys second for the east and west teams. The Leaguq meets each Tuesday evening at the Country Club. Bits of News George Biuh of Paragould was the Mondiy ind Tueaday meat of hU sister, Mr». Cecil Shane. Mr. and Mrs. Car] Bryant o Memphis were the weekend guests at Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. B. S. Shelton. Miss M»ry Sue Crafton. daughter of Mr, «nd Mrs, Rupert Crafton o' Blytheville, is a member of th« business staff of The Alchemist, campus newspaper »t Brenau College Gainesville, Oa. Miss Crafton Is i freshman, , Miss Lavonne Portlock and' Mrs J. W. Portloclc are .pending today In MemphU. . Mr. and Mrs. Elton KIrby and Mrs. W. L. Homer !«f» this morning for Jonesboro to be with the family of the late Dixie Crawford Mr Crawford died this morning follow- ng injuries received In an automobile accident last night Mary Louise 'Scrape will spend the weekend in Memphis as guest of Donna Ray Scrape. She Is golnc especially lo attend a musical mln- Elrel nit Bellvlew Junior High School E. Cherry and Miss Adele Two Women Join -egion Auxiliary Mrs. Lowell Gibson and Mrs. Sam Waynes met as new members last ueht with the American Legion Auxiliary at the bi-monthly meel- ng conducted at th« Hut. In the business session conducted I.V the president. Mrs. James Nler- theimer, it was decided that Mrs Nlersthclmer and Mrs. Jesse Russell vould attend the Fall conference to be held Oct. 26 Is Little Rock Mrs. H, L. Halsell, Jr., Mrs. E.' A. lice and Mrs. Russell were host- isses for the social hour following Refreshments and lable decorations vcre in compliment to the ap- roaching Halloween holiday. A dominant feature of Early Cape 3od cottages was a large central iiimney serving three fireplaces. , — — ..»,.»,, niiu iviivs /^ ne ic Cherry were In MemphU last night * he « lh f y vll " ed 'heir mother. Mrs. Pearl Connell, who is ill in hospital there. Thad Vance of Jonesboro will be the weekend guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance. Mr Vance Is connected with Crane nnd ompany in Jonesboro Mrs. c. M. smart and Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon left this afternoon for Jonesboro (o be with the Dixie Crawford family. . Condition of Mrs. Bobby Carroll Watson of Western Grove Ark who underwent an emergency appendectomy yesterday »t Owen, Clime Harrison, Ark., U reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Watson is the Mary Arin smlth <" Condition of Mre. J. w. Wright who has been a patient for the past four weeks at, Memphis Baptist Hospital, is reported as slightly Improved. Sunday School Record Cited Seventeen yeara of perfect Sunday School attendance was commended Sunday when members of the First Assembly of God Church in Blythevllle presented a gift to Mrs. Frank Wolscy. who had Just completed her seventeenth year ol perfect, attendance. In addition to perfect attendance Mrs. Wolscy has never been late for R service. Mr.s. Wolsey makes her home at 1905 w. Ash In Blytheville. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: MM, Rex Kelllck and baby, Steele B.-W, Walker, Lepanto H. E. Neblett, City Jimm Hcmphill, city Mrs. John King, ateele ,^f?IL the5 '. hatch1t ' u ' ° f 'he egg. a loud, squeaking be heard several alllgatori make noise that can yards away. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 r«OV18IONAL MKMBEKS-Shown above are the new provisionannembe^M uTBlythe- orneo AuxJ.r, and the new president. Mrs. Monroe Crab,, Jr .. as they met .t the C a^hon e Cms morning to duscuss the Auxiliary activities. They are Uelt lo right. Mrs, Dick J. white, Mrs cha°" s "• a " " was unable to attend. . Terry. Jr . Mr S Kl Blytheville Junior Service Auxiliary Accepts Six New Provisional Members ille Junior Service Auxiliary this week accepted into their group six new provisional ncmbcrs. They are Mrs. B. M. Terry. Jr.. Mrs. Dick J. While. Mrs. rlarry A. Haines, Mrs. Wallace loke. Mrs. Charles o. Bittner and Mrs. Elbert Huffman. Child welfare, the major project >f the Auxiliary, has already claimed the attention of the provisional members. Monday night the six received instruction In the testing of children's eyes in connection with • he Auxiliary's visual Screening program, on the previous Sunday other welfare projects of the Rroup were reviewed for the newcomers. Mrs. Don p. Smith, Incoming vice president, will direct a program scheduled to begin soon la famil- arize them with the services avail- able and the needs of the community. This activity ' will require two entire days for visits to county, social welfare and nivic agencies. Last year the course included vislsts to the Chamber of Commere. Tuberculosis Association, Red Cross and numerous other organizations. The new members are well known In social, religious and civic circles of the city. ,. ., . * «.n-nci jui-, jtiiiuiru w filyf. Mi5. E.lbcrt Huffman has made when- she made her home Hu f her home in Blytheville for several years and is identified with church and Parent - Teacher Association circles. She and Mr. 'Huffman and their two children, Susnn and Mike, make their home at -112 N. Ninth Street. She is the former Miss Sue Dolnn. Mrs, Charles G. Bittner. the former Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson is a member of a prominent Mississippi County family. She attended Lindenwood College, St. Chartes. Mo., and following her graduation from the University of Arkansas FaycttevHle, returned to Blythevillr until her marriage to Mr. Bltlner. They have one sol), Charles, and are at home at 1133 West Main. A new addition to Blytheville to- clety la Mr«. Dick J, White, who following her marriage to Mr. White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White, moved lo Blytheville to make her home two years ago. She was formerly Miss Nancy Daggel of Marlanna, Now a confirmed Blytheville resident. Mrs, White was graduated from the law school of the University of Arkansas. She and Mr, White met while both were attending the University. They make their home at 1525 Holly. Another comparative newcomer to Blytheville is Mrs. Harry. A. Haines, who with Mr. mines moved to Blythevllle more than a year ago from Hickory, N.c. Prior lo her marriage, Mrs. Haines was Miss Nancy Shuford. She Is a graduate of the Women's College of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. She and Mr. Haines will soon be at home at their new residence in the Adam.s Addition. At the present they make their home at 1011 W. Main. Coming from a family long Identified with Blylheville Is Mrs. Wallace Hoke, Ihe former Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Hubbard. Mrs. Hoke attended Southwestern, Memphis. She and Mr. Hoke and two children. Stuart and Nlki, make their home at their newly decorated residence at Ash and llth Street, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., another Blytheville girl Included in the list of new members, was graduated from the University of Arkansas, where she was outstanding in campus activities and was winner of many school honors. The former Miss Mary Reichel, she Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Reichel. Stie and Mr. Terry make their home at 150! Holly. Russia leads the world In production ol Irish potatoes. DOM'T TOUCH PIMPLES! r,rst Irx- tha >-n.!,!>.. i . 7^ ™ You may infect them "»rst try the * i!ej, bum pa ant. ul , iloodcouol. Ask f,.. .. S C C ">• fvmilf fe • Old. r—, ^ blood ton iium* out when pi 'di»r« caused by l IMPORTED Holland Bulbs right awo TULIPS, DAFFODILS, , HYACINTHS, CROCUS, Etc. , k«ii* -^ mo it far- These a re the choicest of bulbs, Imported direct to us from Holland. PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seeds 114 E. Main Blylheville A welcome host to'workers.,. In offices and shops refresh at the familiar red cooler ./J> jtr it either uay . . , mean iht ttmi lOTTtEt, UNCM AUTHONIV 0, m COO.'coU COMFAHV IT COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE ue a sunbursf info fashion finesse 25 wonderful to wear as it is to look at. , . the wardrobe mainstay. The shoulders are gently rounded and tucked sun rays form a halo 'neath the pert club collar. This busy season coat takes you anywhere. Virgin wool Venetian covert in new Fall colors. Sizes 7 to 15. Center Church Women Meet In Circles Women at the First Methodist Church met In Circles Monday ,f_ ternoon for regular s«ulon< md discussions of the forthcoming hob by lobby. Mrs. Ray Hall was hostess to U members of Circle One. The Uevo tlonal was given by Mrs, John FotI Mrs. George H. Cooley wa« . guest with members of Circle Two who met. at the Ed Ferguson home Mrs. E. A. Goodrich was co-hosier to the 11 members present. Mrs f E. Black gave the devotional ' ' Twelve members and one new member of Circle Three met at the M. G. Goodwin home with »«> Wendell Phillips co-hostess. ,\m George Stilwcll Is the group's new member. The afternoon devotional was presented by Mrs. A, O. Haley. Mrs. A, E..Miller was hostess to 17 members and one guest of Circle Pour. The devotional was given hv Mrs. Sally Hubler. * Circle Five with 26 members, one guest. Mrs. Howard lilvcr, and one new member, Mrs. Clint Caldwell present met at the H. W. Adams home. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater was co-hostess. Mrs. Roy Bagley slve the devotional. Mrs. William Wyatt gave the de votional for the 16 members and one new member oT circle Six whr. met at the w. A. Stlckmon home Mrs. Wyalt was co-hostess for the affair. Mrs. George Smith was lh» group's new member. Listen to KI.C.N' at 10:10 >.ni. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Opens it 1:45 f Show Slarli 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Last .Times Today EXPOS Of THI $1,000,000,00* fiAMUKC 711 OCEAN DRIVE T- »T »'fl tl*rt »*i *TK5*M * Selected Short Subjects wing Everydiy Continuous Sho Thursday & Friday wuutr* ~-~« = Paramount News & Selected Shorls GEM Box, Office Opens 6:45 Show SUrls 7 P.M. 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