The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 5, 1952
Page 5
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TBIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 195J; (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE <? • 4 czacieUf, Muffin*. Soci«tjr«Edito* '•' W Phon. Utl Party is Given For Bride-Elect Patsy Lou Pope Second In a series of pre-nuptial events planned for Miss Patsy Pope, bride-elect of Don Morris, was a miscellaneous shower given last night. Hostesses for the' occasion were Mrs. Shields Edwards, Mrs. Hershell Jackson. Mrs. Tim Estes and Mrs. Charles McDanicl, at the McDanlel home. The 24 guests were entertained with party games which were won by Mrs. Jennings Bailey and Miss Pope. PoinsetUs formed tne and nandlna berriej Iloral decorations. A corsage of pink camellias was. given the honoree by the hostesses. She chose for.'the event a dress of gra> wool _and black accessories. As gifts were presented, the group sang an original song about the couple. "Also in attendance were Mrs, Cleo Pope, molher of the bride elect, and Mrs. Joe Morris,.mothe • of .Mr. Morris. ', Individual cakes and punch were served to the guests at the conclusion of the evening. . Christmas Dance Given for Club An annual Christmas dinner- dance was held last night at the American Legion Hut, for members of the Dell Supper Club, when losts and hostesses were Mr. »nd Mrs. Fted Patterson and Mr, and Mrs. Forrest Moore. The affair, which was wmi-for- mal, was attended by more . than 100 members and guests. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. B. L,. Hand, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Swhank of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koehler of Cormorant, Miss,, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edmister of Jonesboro. Dinner was served from small tables for tour. Each held i burning Christmas candle surrounded by colored balls sprinkled with artificial snow. Seen on the mantels and in other places 'were snow scenes. The evening w»« spent In dancing. 40 Students Are On Honor Roll Bits of News tiy f-^erionaf Study Course Given for PTA's A combined elementary ' study course of Larige, Yarbro, Siidbury and Central Parent-Teachers Associations was held last night with a total of 56 adults attending. : Fathers were guests for the showing of the film, "Pears of Children." Mrs. Freeman Robinson, who Is study course chairman of the Central organization, was leader of the program. Mr. Robinson, who was In charge of showing a film to the children, reported that approximately 50 attended. Members of the high school Home Economics class assisted Mr Robinson with the nursery. " Refreshments were served following the program .from a table overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with » giant green candle set In garlands of holly, dusted with silver. Fathers Night Held By PTA Father* night for Junior High Parent - Teachers Association was held last night, when each of the fathers took his wife's place in the organisation. Glenn Ladd presided n the absence'of Mrs. Ladd.. The Boys Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry sang a medley of Christmas Carols "and , a devotional was given by The Rev. G. C. Meissler. William Wyatt gave ;he president'* message. Gcest, speaker, the Rev. W. W. Robinson of. Luxori. chose as his subject, "Like Father, Like Son." Earl Nail, principal, talked on the activities of junior high school student^. . . Hosts who served refreshments after th.e_meeting were F. E. Scott. Alvln Huffman, Jr., Cecil Graves, Stanford-Shelton, Rex Warren, and C. L. McWaters. i A student of distinction from each of the upper six grades has been named at Gosnell High School, with each maintaining the highest average in his class. They Include Hilda L«, senior; Earnest Allen, and Barbara Potter, juniors; Douglas Watklns. sophomore; Barbara Bevill, freshman; Jean Howard, eighth grade; and Mary Alice Needham, seventh grade. Students who have maintained a B average or better follow: . Twelfth'grade—Gay Helen. Mc- Mllllon. Marlene Dormer, Frances Cotton, Charles Williford, Bobbie Stanfleld, Geneva Lee, Jeante Lucius, Jerry Raspberry. , Eleventh Grade — Louise Smith, Mary Pate, Roy Lee McKay, Jean Minyard, Janette Lee. Donald Hyde. Tenth Grade—Sue Kretch. Ninth Grade — Wanda Whittle, W. M. Southard, Leon Sanford, i Roy Lynn Via, Oletus Duck. Eighth Grade—Lloyd McCormlck, Leroy Pearson, Billy Joe Sellers, Carl Warren; Seventh Grade—Bruce Hart, Jerry Burnett. Ronnie McOaughey, Carol Ann McGhee, I^vern Stark, Betty Poff. Donnle Wright, Huey Stigall, Larry Sanford. Bridge-Luncheon Club Entertained Brownies Give Tea for Mothers ; .Members of the Brownie Troop Number H entertained" their 'moth-, ers with a tea yesterday at the Girl Scout's Little .House at W»l!ter Park. '".'"' Sixteen of the girls gave'» playlet*' "The Best Month of the Year." ami each girl served her mother; They used their Brownie, colorsf green and yellow. In decorating the table. ' . A.special guest was Mrs. Glenn Ladd, president of the Association. ; Their leaders are Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs. C. E. Graves. Duplicate League Mas Bridge Game At. a meeting of members of the Blytheville ' Duplicate League lact night at Hotel Noble, It was announced that the monthly master- point game scheduled -for Dec. 18 will be played next Thursday Instead. • . .'...-..•; • A five-table Howell movement w»s played by members during the evening,, with >winnerso« .follows: Mrs. S. E. : Tune .and'Mrs. Dick Vhite, first place; Mrs. Jim Roleson and Oscar. Hardaway, eecohd place; Mis. O. W. MtCutchen »rid Mrs. W. A. Afflict, third place. .Three -guests played bridge yesterday with members of the Thursday Contract Club when they were entertained at the Country Club by Mrs. H. W. Wylie. : Guests for the afternoon Included Mrs. Monte Isaacs, Mrs, 8. C. Owens and Mrs. Paul Pryor. Th* 12 players were seated at one long table for luncheon, with a centerpiece formed of holly and "nan- dina berries. Christmas tallies were used In the games. • , Mrs. Isaacs won the, guest prize for "the afternoon, with high club score being won by the hostess. Second club score .went to Edgar Borum. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hood will nr- rive tomorrow to spend the week end here, with Mrs, Hood's mother, Mrs. John' Buchanan, and other relatives! She Is the former Miss Ann Buchanan. Colman H/ Borowsky of Manila, who Is a student at the University of Illinois, has been chosen as a member ' of the . .Scabbard and Blade, national honorary. military fraternity, Mr, Walter Marrow,. of Kingsport, Tenn./is the-guest of her sister, Mrs. C. A, Cunningham, and Mr. Cunningham, They are all spending Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koehler are the guests of Mrs. Koehler's sister, Mrs. Earl Brownlee,' and Mr. Brownlee of Dell. The Koehlcrs live at Lake Cormorant Miss. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. George Pyles are in Memphis, where they are spending two days. Harold Koonce was taken to the Baptist Hospital for an emergency appendectomy yesterday. He was motored there by Mrs. Koonce, Mrs. Tim EsSes, and B'Otls Koonce. He Is in room 543 and Mrs. Koonce remained there with him. Mrs, Denny Wilson's condition Is reported satisfactory following an appendectomy she underwent Tuesday at the Blytheville .Hospital. Hardy Aston was taken to Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday where he-,will undergo surgery. S. D. McGhee Is reported to be In a "fair" condition at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. HLs daugh ter, Mrs. Russell Battles. Mr. Bat ties and the Rev. P. H. Jernigan have gone to Memphis foday to be with him, He Is expected to undergo" surgery a second time Monday. Mr. arid Mrs. J. W. Shlnn and children, Patricia and Jimmy, have Meeting, Election Held By 4-H Club A meeting was conducted by members of the Number Nine 4-H Club Wednesday, when H. H. Carter", - assistant county agent, and Mrs. Gertrude Ilollmnn spoke to boys and girls, respectively. . iMr. Carter spoke on farming and Mrs. Holiman gave R demonstrated talk on weaving not holders. In the business session new officers were elected to serve for the coming year, as follows: Harold Gregory, president: David Gregory, vice president;''B<tty Coates. secretary; Patty Julian, reporter; Ruby Evans, song leader; and Mr. *nd Mrs. H. L. Hart, sponsors, OSCEOLA NEWS By B«Uy« Nelle Starr and their guests assembled at noon for a turkey dinner and were greett ed by the 16 hostesses. Christmas decorations, the work of Coming Events Saturday University Club has 'Christmas semi-formal dance at the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. A buffet supper' !s to be sewed al & p.m., with dancing 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose, Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr. ; That Wonder Cover-All moved to Blytheville to make, their home. They formerly lived in Rog 7 ers, Ark. Mrs. Shlnn is the former Miss Kathryn Walpole of Blytheville. •..'": Bridge-Luncheon Given for Club • Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was hostess to the members of the Mid- Week Club yesterday «l her home, when all players attended. To begin the afternoon's entertainment, a two-course luncheon was served in the dining room, from a table centered with a bouquet of yellow and white chrysanthemums. The afternoon was spent In playing bridge, with Mrs. B. A. Lynch taking first place, and second going to Mrs. Harry W. Halnes. TLE Club Plays At Razorback , The Razorback Drive-In was the meeting place for members of the TLE Club last' night, when Mrs • Jerry Scrapes was hostess lor the } 'weekly party. - ' A * dessert course wag served to members to begin the party. Later in the. evening, bridge was played with winners being Mrs. G L. Smythe, first, Mrs. W. J. Cup pies second, and Mrs. W. E. Cherry bridgo. Kibitzer Club. Is Entertained : Mrs. Alex Curtis was hostess to members of the Kibitzer Club yesterday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Charles ROM of ;Rpseland. Guest players with the club were Mrs. Rose and Mrs. John Hudson. : The .hostess "served, a " de'ssert' course and in decorations, carried out a holiday motif. "''"_ . Winner* of the afternoon's bridge were Mrs. Jim Smart, high score, Mr». Charles Affllck, second nigh, and Mrs. Hudson, brldgo. Four Seasons Club Has Lurlcheon Meet .-''-' ! * , MANILA—Members of the Four Seasons Club from Leachvllle, Blytheville, Manila and Campbell, Mo.-, gathered Saturday for a luncheon and mestlng at the home of Mrs. C. H. Ashabranner In Manila. \ A scene, depicting the spirit of Christmas ^centered the luncheon table which was laid • for fourteen guests. Each' place -was marked with a Christmas corsage of sliver holly leaves and shining' colored-balls. Place cards were birthday date books. \ During the afternoon, Mrs. William I. F.OX yead 'the : story, "The Littlest Angel.":Mrs. W. A'. Thleme, a guest, read an account of "A Bus Hide." Mrs. F. M. Sweet, Sr., was also i guest. ' . Dessert-Bridge Given at Glub Meeting at the Country Club yesterday for a. weekly bridle party, were members of the La Nueve Club, when Mr«, 'Lynn Heghe».w»» hostess. .'--•'• ' ' " ' From tables centered with snowball candles, surrounded by garland: of holly, a dessert course was terved to members. Mrs. Hughes had as her guest yesterday, Mrs. W. H. OTCeefe. In the bridge games, Mrs. N. G. Jerome won high score, with second going to Mrs. O*Keefe and brldgo to Mrs. Leonard Johnson; ." - The table where the club officers sat was centered with a snow man driving whit* deer hitched to a sleigh. The scene was mounted on a styrofoam board that ran the' full length of the table. The U-shapcd table where the members and guests sat was centered with a popcorn Christmas tree flanked with Immense square candles tied with clusters of holly and red berries. On the speaker's table was a crinoline Christmas tree studded with stars and miniature bubbles and An out-door Crrlstmas scene was arranged on a table. The program for the afternoon was planned by Mrs. B. B. Moore, asked the'school superintendent Frank Sanders and his three principals, Mrs. Charlsle Little, Donald vvfrtz and Herbert Smith, to be on the panel for an open discussion. Fifty members and guests were present for the meeting. Bridie Club Meets Mrs, Edward Teaford was hostess to her Wednesday bridge club at her country'home. Her aunt, Miss Alice Keating of Knoxvllle, Tenn., was the only guest and won-.high score while Mrs. R. C. Bryan won second. Bronze and yellow mums made a colorful addition to the party. Mrs. Teaford served a dessert course. Mra. Thompson Hosteu Mrs. Jasper Thomason was hostess to her Tuesday night supper club at her country home, The dining table was centered with an arrangement of' holly leaves and nandlna berries. Mrs. Thomason served a ravioli plate to her guests.^ Mrs, Bob Gll- lesple met with the members. • • • Club Meet* Mrs. Bob'Kendrick was hostess to the Wednesday Bridge-Luncheon Club at her home. Mrs. Zeke Pollard was* guest. Centering the dining table was an arrangement of fruits and vegetables flanked with candles. Mrs. Kendrick won high, score and Mrs. Darrell Crane won sjecond high during the afternoon of bridge PEO Meete Mrs. Jettle Driver's home was the setting for the annual Christmas party of Chapter "O" of PEO when the 18 members gathered at noon turkey dinner. Green and white was carried out In the decorations throughout the lower floor of Mrs. Driver's home Centering the dining table was an angel surrounded by greenery ant angel hair. . Glossy magnolia foliage and holly were used In profusion. Following the dinner, the guests were ushered Into the living, room where a white (rested Christina tree held gaily wrapped gifts to each one present. Mrs. William Driver Shipper* of Little Rock Joined the party. The chapter vote to make a contribution to the Oscc ola Goodfellows. The Circles Meet combined circles of Presbyterian Church met at church Monday afternoon wit Mrs. Boyd While of Circle One an Mrs. Ed Simmons of Circle Tw serving as hostess. Fifteen members were prcser: from Circle One while Circle 'T* had 12 members. Kirs. R. C. Brya had charge of the Bible study 1 Circle One and Mrs. S. D. Carpcn ter In Circle Two. Felt ' "Christmas stockings we given to members of Circle One 11 for the children at Vera Llord«. ollowing the two meetings, 'th« roup met for. an assembly, meet- ig where the various chairmen ive' their reports. Plans were bev un for the annual Christmas p*r- y to. be held at the church on 3ec. 16 at 1 p.m. for a turkey inner. Instead of the usual gift xchanges, It was voted to bring fr ontrl.butlon to the Joy gift of hichtMrs. Arthur Rogers If chair- an. • . • . At the conclusion o! the meeting, he hostesses served a salid plat*. Personal! Miss Gratis Lawrence is In L»k» Village this be »lth her mother, who Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Bruc* Ivy (pent Thursday and Friday In Memprti doing their Christmas chopping. Mrs. J. A. Moran of Memphui li ;pendlng several days with her <Isier, Mrs. Lalah Coble, and her niece, Mrs. David Luney, *nd family. • .. •••:'• .-:•..• Mrs. O. H. Banks «f Albiiquerqu#, N.M,. arrived this, week . end to spend Christmas with Mri and Mri. Donald Wert3. Mrs. Banks Is a former resident of Osceola."-. . ' : ' I 1 Blythevtlle HotplUl Dismissed: - . . . Jim Reed, Cooler - . Mrs, LInnle Azbill, Cooter Walls Hospital . Dismissed': , Mrs. Daisy Pennlngton. Armorel : Miss Ella Barber. Huffman Mrs, Jack Frankford, .and b*by, Stcele Read Courier Newt Classified Adi. Vera Goodrich Hostess to Club Miss Vera Goodrich entertained members of the GEO Club at the Dixie Pi» Drive-In last night with a dessert bridge. . . . Mrs.-Robert I. Thompson w»» the only guest in attendance^" The evening, wu spent playing bridge,' when winners were Mrs. James Rogers, first place. Mrs. Thompson .second place ,and Mrs. Frank Seay, b'ridgo. Mrs. Black Is Hostess to Ctub Mrs. r. E. Black was hostess at the Green Boom of the Country Club yesterday when ihe entertained member* of. the Thursday Club with a luncheon and (ftemoon of bridge. The hostess chose for a centerpiece, a low bowl filled .with Uven- dar chrysanthemums, .when all members of the club were ae»t«d at a long table. In'the afternoon; bridge games were conducted with first place go- Ing to Mrs. 3. A. Leech and second to Mrs. E. B. Oee. • "* Program Meeting HeldByWSGS • Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Promised Land Methodist Church met at the home .of Mrs. Russell Galnes for a devotional' program; Wednesday night. : Those taking parts Included Mrs. Leon Wilson, Mrs. Felix Hill, Mrs. Tom Moore. Mrs. Galnes and Mrs. Marcus Gaines. It was decided that the next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Hill Dec. 7. After the p closing prayer, refreshments were served. 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