The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 28, 1952
Page 4
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', I t? <k-SB« < i W » BLTTHKVnJLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOV. 28, IWt P*i Man*, ftoetty Editor Jgn« Shelron Honored with Shower Party i -,.*•** ~ » A blik and 'white motif was *. leeted for a miscellaneous shower TmiiUjf 'nljtit at the Harold Bud- bury hoaae ^ honoring ' Miss Jane ' Shelton. bride-etoct of Kenneth Stephenson' Meclara of Palmers- vlue, Tenn. '' -, ' Mre. H.' H.; Mathls, Miss La Ne'al Sudbury and ' Mrs. Budbury were hc*t**s«f for the pre-nuptla) party. The ehair' In which the honoree was'tcatcd-was marked with a puff of white satin. / For' the event, Miss Shelton »ns dressed in a frock of Irredescent , taffeta," She pinned white carna- .tlons at her shoulder and wore black accessories. • . • ' • Party _ games were conducted and later refreshments' were served from, • net-draped refreshment UWe. , ' • , ' Lydia Jo Sudbury presided at the punch bowl. Centering the long refreshment table was an oblong design of white and blue chry- aanUwmums. A small free Unleil In a blue hue centered the buffet, Blue-tied whlU wedding bells completed the party setting. ' . 'A special guest was Mrs. W. T. Shelton, mother of the honoree, who W« presented a yellow carnation ^ corsage from the hostess. • •Club-Eight, PI ays At, Rustic Inn Members of Club Eight' met at the Rustle Inn Wednesday after? noon,'- when Mrs, J. Graham Sud- bury.was hostess. .' • , In*.the 1 bridge,grjnes conducted throughout the_ afternoon, Mrs. S. , C. (Jwens won first place, and Mrs, i Charles Lungston won second place. Mrs. I, R. 'Coleman 'was a guest Invited to play .with club members A^dessert course^was served'dur- Ing the afternoon,'' „ , '• IfYou v re-A.'Hjilf Sizer .CEI.EBKATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs: Arthur Rushing celebrated their golden anniversary yesterday at their home when members of the family attended a luncheon. Among out-of-town members of the family »ere Mr', and Mrs. S, K. Rushing of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hydely of Memphis, Mrs. Lena Winters of-Augusta and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner of Augusta. The Rushlng's have one son, Allen Rushing. They were married in Augusta at a double wedding, and have lived here for 30 years .Cotillion Club Tea Dance Given The annual CotiUEon - Club Tea Dance was held Ipst night nt Hotel Noble from'5 to 9 pm, when moie than 150 members and guests attended. ' . Hosts and hostesses Included officers of the club. They were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan, Mi. and Mrs, Mrs. E.'J: Cure, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Votes and Mr. and Mrs. Erlo Whltley. , The: refreshment,table wiis ccn- cred with an arrangement of mixed nilts, and B. large 1 artificial turkey. Many ot the 'couples attending were local and out-ot-to^'n guests. t By Sue Burnett TouTI be ao pleased with this •mart ^button-front classic created to save altering your pattern. It fits to perfection, has a choice of sleeves Twin pocket* are provided in the pattern. Pattern No. 8762 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in .sizes UV4 16K, 18'4. JOH. 72H, 24V4. Size 16'4 short sleeves, 4% yards of 35-irich. For this pattern,' send 30e In COINS, your name, address." size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Qulricy St, Chicago 8, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for 'S2, Fall and Winter. Thi new Issue U filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new Mason; .gift, pattern' printed Lnsldi ', 25c. Delphian Society Has Study Course "British Democracy" was the sun- ect discussed at a meeting of the Deltonlan Chnplef of Delphian Society Wednesday .morning ,at Hotel Noble.' Mrs. William Wyatt was leatler of..' the program which Included 'The British Traditions," by Mrs. J P. Friend, "British Society" by Mrs Joe.. Ferguson, " British Government," which was an open, discussion, '"Politics," by Mrs H. W Wylle, and "Liberty and Law" bv Mrs. !; Ben .Halt. ' It was announced that there wll be no meeting of the society In December. 20 Guests Attend ' Birthday Party Linda' Lee Blankenship was six years old Wednesday and In honor of the occasion 1 , her mother, Mrs Sarlcpe Blankenship, was hostess for ft birthday party. Twenty of heV friend. 1 : attended the party, and winners of prizes glvcnvin games were -Joe Harold Arnold, Barbara La Pemey, and Janet Scrape. , ce cream and birthday cake were served and >fa\ors.of bubble gum ond balloons were given to the juests, after, the honoree opened ner gifts. Aunts of-the honoree who assist ed 'in entertaining were Mrs. J. A. Lloydj-Jr., and Mrs. J. W. Maloney, Louella Barnes Is Club Hostess Members of the CIB Club were entertained Wednesday night by Miss Louella Barnes at her home; when the club's only gutet was Mrs. Harold Stockton. Miss- Barnes served a dessert course from tables decorated with a Tlinnksgivlng motif and matching tallies. .Winners of the bridge games which were conducted Included Mrs,' Lewis Henderson, firet, MUs Vera Goodrich, second, and Mrs. Jane Carson, bridgo. Mn Jack Chamblln and her three aoiia of Meridian, Mlxs., are •pendinj the holidays with Misses Jo and Doris McGhee and Mrs. Lydia McQhee. Mn. 8. S. Reeves of Lake Village, Ark., la spending the week end with her sister, Mrs.' B. B. Woodson, arid family. Mrs.-Reeves' son, .John L. Reeves of Memphis spent yesterday hert. Mr.-and Mr. Jack McHaney and Children, John and Marsha, of Kenriett, Mo,, are spending the holiday week end with his family. Mr. and Mrs. John McHaney, and other relatives. Mlaa Nlta ROM Hall, student at William Woods College, Pulton, Mo., and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Hall. of BlythevlHe,, has been selected as a member ot the West wood Singers, an ensemble of 20 voices from William Woods and Weatmlntsterv College for men, also in Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. R. o, Turner and son.-R. C. Ill, of Texarkana are spending the Thanksgiving holidays with , Mrs. Kathleen Thomas and M™. W. W. Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. o. N. Forrest had at their guests Sunday, Mrs. Forrest's sister, Mrs. C. L. Stewart and Mr. Stewart of Memphis, anc Mn. Ptorrest's brother. Aubrey.Hun- (erford, and Mrs. Hungerford of Dyesburg. Larry Baker and Murray Smart Jr., who are students at Tulam University at New Orleans an spending the holidays with their parents/Mr, and Mrs. L.. E. Baker and .Mrs. Murray Smart. Mr. and Mrs^ Don Fletcher o Joiner spent -yesterday here with her 'sister, Mrs. R. L. Dedhian, am family. Among', students at University d Arkansas 'who are here. : for : th week end are Ml$s Shirley King Perry Rothrock, Russell Phillips an E. B. Gee. Mr. and Mrs, Kendall Berry had as their guests yesterday, their son, Allen, who U attending the University of Arkansas Medical School in Little Rock, i her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Pierson and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Snyder, all of Manila. Mri: and.Mrs. Joe Evrard • and daughter, Diane, of Memphis were here yesterday as guests of their parents, 1 Mr. arid Mrs. Marcus Evrard, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernes't Roe. Graham Sudbury and Ira Neely Koonce of Fayetteville; students at University of Arkansas, are here to spend the Thanksgiving holidays Dr. and-Mrs. O, J. Lewis and sorts, Jimmy and Richard, of Mer- lillan, Miss., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs Bob Logan. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. D. Lunsford and children of Memphis spent yesterday with" Mrs. J. E. - Luiuford.- Arriving today-to .be her.guests are Mr. and Mrs Don Rogers and family of Taylorville, III. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens and son, Jerry, of st Louis are the guests of-her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ptondren. Mrs. Jimmy * Garner, the former Miss Evelyn Jo Hudson, left Wednesday for Buzzard Bay,,Mass., to Join her husband, Pvt. Garner, Vho is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Barber and son, Tommy, of Lawrence,' Kans., Wednesday Club Meets in Home Mrs. Charles ROM wu no*te* to lemtwrt p( the Wednewlajr Club tt er home'in Row! ind on Wedhe>- ay, when Mrs.; Ed Stawy »'«» • nest. Mrs. Rose used lor « motif a wild Ife theme, featuring : centerpiece* orrried from duck decoys »et in fol- ,'and .'to'further use the motif, he served a duck luncheon. In : the. afternoon, bridge games were conducted and winnen were Mrs. W. J. Pollard, first, and Mrs. H. C. Slmj, second. -uncheon Given -or Sisterhood Seventeen members of Chapter •D" of the PEO Sisterhood gathered at, the home of Mrs. J, W. Rabbins in Steele Wednesday after- loon for a two-course turkey uncheon, A motif of Thanksgiving was carried out throughout the decora- ions, Mrs. E. B. Gee, president, was in charge of the business and reviewed he book, "Virginian" by Owen Winston. Dance Is Given At Country Club A holiday theme featuring .studle* of red nano>na berrlea ; and jade foliate wen used laat night at the Country Club, when the teen-age club fav« a teml-formal dance there. About liO high Khool and college iludenU attended the affair, whclh wa« chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt. Other than Blythevtlle young people, (uenU were from Manila. Lfachville, and Oceola. Girl's Auxiliary Holds Meeting .Mem ben of the Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary of New - Liberty Baptist Church met with 11 mem- wrs and one guest Wednesday af- ernoon, Mrs. Charlie Hicks, .counselor for ihe group, wu In charge of the program, Mrs Ben Coiper taught the book 'Clash of -the Sword.'' Refreshments weer served by the hostess, Pat Holder. Drop In Party ; To Be Sunday A drop-in will be given Sunday afternoon from S to 5 "by the Band Mothers' Club at the new band room Iri the high school, for mem. tiers of band students' families. The purpose of the occasion'ls Increasing membership of the club Old and, new Instruments will be on display. Monthly Business Meeting Conducted A monthly business session was onducted by members of the Worn- n's Missionary Union of New-.LI lerty Church Tuesday night, fol- owed by a program on stewardship with Mr«; Mary Hicks In charge. Their hymn for the .year was used to open the meeting:and Mrs. {. J. Fondren gave a prayer, Mrs Hlcks_ conducted a Bible quiz .fol- owed by a devotional'on steward- ihip by Mrs. Darrell Lunsford of Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. J. A /loyd closed the meeting with pray- mother, Mrs. Lucy McAdarria. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Bailey have as their guests, Mrs. Bailey's brother, Carroll E. 'Rickard, and .Mrs nlckard of Memphis. The Bailey's daughter, • Miss ;Carol Ann Bailey of Hendrix/.College, arrived Wednesday to apend the remainder ol the iweek. ' Miss Maureen Norrts, who attends University of North Carolina a 1 Chapel Hill, Is spending thl Thanksgiving holidays at Annapo lis, Md,. and Philadelphia. She'wll attend the Army-Navy tootbal game Saturday as the giiest of Mid shlpman Lewis Long of Port Ar thur, Tex., and while In Annapoll is -the houseguest of Comrriande and Mrs. John Bishop. Airman Apprentice Bill Crafton who is stationed at- Memphis, i spending the week end at horn wifh his parents. i\fr. and Mrs. Bil Crafton'. The Crafton's other son Robert Crafton, Is in recruit train ing in San Diego, Calif. Their house guest' for the winter. is Mrs. Graf ton's mother, Mrs. Jante Hbbaon o Mammoth Springs. At OM point to the PenUa OuK. inldnc wtter Is obtained from th* bottom of the sea where M« water tprings discharge Coming Events Saturday It was announced by'Mrs. Freeman Robinson that story hour will lie held nt the Library, sponsored oy the members of the Junior Auxiliary. Sunday Band Mother's drop-in is from 3 p.m. to'5 p.m. In the band'room of the new school building. Gosnell PTA Has Monthly Meeting Mrs. R. L. Maxwell presided during a meeting of the GosncU Par ent-Teachers- Association, h'e 1 c Tuesday at the school, when a business session was conducted. A devotional wa* given by the Rev. Marcus Wilkerson, titled. "Giving Thanks." Mrs. Max?* ell pav« the president's message, and In the business session, Miss Minnie Ffcwter w«s elected to serve as program committee and Mrs, Imogene Casteel to serve as reporter. Plans were made for a box" supper. Bljihfville Ho«piUl Dismissed: Mrs. Preemon Robinson, City Emanuel Franklin, City- Walls Hospital' Dismiss Ed: Mrs. Betty Dasgett and baby. City Mrs. Lee Bak'er arid baby, Manila Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marrl&ge licenses from the office ot the • County.. Clerk* Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe.Parker: Stanley Underwood and Mary Ann Edwards, both of Manila; Louis Arenson and Henen Wunsch, both of St. Louis; Raymond Roesch, Memphis, and lone Hardesty, Bly- thevllle; Hubert Baiter and Myrtle Mae DiUte, both ot Blytheville; John C. Adams, Blytheville. and Bemice Myers, Portageville. NOTICE In the Probate Court of Mlssteaip- pi County,'Arkansas. IN THE MATTER Of THE ESTATE OP PHILLIP KISSELL, deceased No. 2,152 Last known address of decedent Huffman, Arkansas. ' Date of death: November 7, 1963. The 'undeisigned was ^appointed administrator of the estate of'the above-named decedent on , the : II day of November, 1&52. All persons having claims against the estate.must exhibit them, duly terifled, to the undersigned within six months from the date of th first publication of -'this notice, o they 1 shall be .forever barred ahi precluded from any benefit in th estate. This notice first published It da of November, 19S2. Turner Kissell, Admlnlstrsto Boxses Blytheville, Arkansas- Claude P. Cooper, atty. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.-i. At All Times Admission 14c & 39e FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature, SERIAL: The Zombies Also Cartoon SUN- MON. Double Feature Re«J Courier Newi ClaKlfied Ads. are visiting here as guests o[ her mother, Mrs. G. W. Dillnhunty, and her sister. Mrs, Harman Taylor, and Mrs. Farrls MeCaJl and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller of Memphis .were guests .yesterday of her PLEASE ffl 1 *! Place all toys that yon Intend to contribute to th« Jaycee-Kiwanis Underprivileged Christmas Parly If on your front porch SATURDAY, NOV. 29th. They '? 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