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November 17, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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FACE FOUR BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS J*n« Shelton Society, Ihelton, Society Editor 9 Phon« 4461 Twenty-Five Attend Party Honoring Carlene Lay Linda Martlndale. Ceceilia Henderson, BilJy Dale Looper and Prls- cllla Burnett were prize winners In • *he games played yesterday at the birthday party fellng Carlene Lay. Twenty-five -guests were invited to the Carl Lay home in observance of the eighth birthday of the hor.- oree. Pink and blue was the selected color motif for the event. Candles provided the lighting for the entertaining rooms in which the aflcr- noon was spent. Games werr played under the direction of Carlcne's ' teacher, Miss Polly Ann Stewart. Gifts were presented the guest of honor after which the large birthday cake which topped the dining table was cut and served the guests with a sandwich plate. Glo-bals. lilled with gum were presented each giiest from his hosl- : e&s. Mrs. Lay, assisted by Mrs. Bob .Martlndale and Mrs. W. M. Van Winkle, directed the activities. • + • Ninth Birthday Marked With Party for 19 Mrs. Orville Korthcutt was hostess last night fit her home to 19 guests In compliment to the ninth birthday of her son. Eugene. Prizes were awarded the winners In the party games after which as- : sorted party foods and traditional birthday cake was served. Mrs. Northcutt was assisted by S&trs. Horice CaJdwell. Afrs. ' Frank jCoats and Mrs. Coy Northcutt. Mrs. ^fco} Northcutt is the grandmother *of (he guest of honor. a. The Hev. Gene Shultz was a spe- i-VUl guest for the affair. jfc * " * ^Thursday Club Meets; iiVIrs. Phillips Hostess */ t*i Luncheon at the Russell Phillips T home entertained the Thursday Jjjfclub and two guests, Mrs. Harry jtKirby and Mrs. P. E. BTack, yes- erday In the bridge game following lun- heon, high score wa-s won by Mrs. B Gee and second high by Mrs. Kirby Irs. Lutes Is Honoree PRETTY OVERBLOUSE Club Meeting 8667 12-20 ^ Mrs Charlie Lutes v/tis guest of ^fconor )»st night at the monthly ^C and N. Birthday CHib meeting. "Vra C E. Hart wns club hostess 4 it the Marvin Lane home on S. -Highway 61. ^ Club guest for Ehe potluck supper Jwas Miss Ruth Rorre. C Fall blossoms topped the dining "• table and smaller tables throughput the home. Informal entertainment, during h a group gift was presented Lutes, followed supper. * * * 'lub Has First Meeting Mer Months Disbandment ^j The Alpha Beta Bunco Club held first meeting following a several •^norths disbandment last night at| gthe home of Mrs. Jack Marsh. st* with the club for the occa- Selon were Mrs. Don Alhston and 3 Mrs. Raymond Holt. | Scarlet ^chrysanthemums In crys- t tal vases were set about the room f in which the small tables were set up for the meeting. In the bridge game Mrs. Cecil trim won high score. Mrs. Bill Taylor. lovr and Mrs. Holt, bunco. Preceding the game a dessert course was served. Winners Are Revealed For Weekly Bridge Game Mrs. Cleo Langston won high score, and Mrs. J. c. Ellis second high yesterday at the meeting nf the Octette Club at the country home of Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Mrs Edwin Robinson was the only guest for the affair. Decorations stressing the fall season were used about the entertaining room. Refreshments were served. By Sue Burnett As smart and versatile as can be is this handsome overblouse that requires just one yard of fabric in 51-inch for the smaller sizes. So easy to sew you'll want to make several In woolens of different shades. Pattern No. 8667 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 12, 14. 16, 18 and 20. Size 14, 1 yard of 54- inch. For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. Send 25 cents today for the new Fall nnrt Winter FASHION. This latest Issue Is filled with news and styles for a -smart winter %vardrobe; interesting features; free gift pattern printed Inside the book. Mrs. Rodgers Is Named Garden Club President Mrs. W. J. Rodgers was named president of the East Side Garden Club Tuesday night at the monthly meeting held at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. George McGhchcy, acting chairman, conducted the session during which Mrs. Iverson Morris was named vice-president; Mrs. A. D. priest, secretary; Mrs. J. \v. Maloney treasurer; Mrs. B. A. Shamlin, reporter; M. C. Stiles, counselor; and Mrs. Lee Stiles. B. A. Bugs and Mrs. McGhchey program com- tnlttro. A round table discussion on tulips and other blossoms was held by the 13 members and one guest, Mrs. L. E. Gordon. Prayer by Mrs. McGhehey adjourned the meeting. Avalon Club, One Guest Meet Al Speck Home The Avalon Bunco Club and one guc.st. Mrs. John douse, mel yesterday at (he home of Mrs. Norman Speck lor the weekly afternoon of bunco. A winter bouquet in aborted shades was placed In the room ui which the alternoon was spent. Kigh score winner was Mrs. Raymond Shamlin with second high going to Mrs. Bill Gilbow and bun- co to Mrs. Speck. At the conclusion of the game a rtessett cour.se was served. Fruits, Vegetable Form Luncheon Centerpiece Fruits and vegetables, suggestive of the Thanksgiving season, formed the centerpiece for the buffet lunch- con yesterday at the W. L. Horncr home complimenting members of the Mld-Weck Club. Bridge was played following luncheon, with high scare winner being Mrs. M. O. Usrey and second high. Mrs. Cecil Shane. Country Club Setting For Weekly Bridge Game Potted plants, later presented the bridge game winners, centered each ol the small tables set up at the Country Club yesterday for the weekly dessert bridge of the Kibitzer Club and two guest. 1 ;. Mi.s. Gconjc Hubbard, Jr., was club hostess, with Mrs. Dick While and Mrs. Sanford Bcone as guests. High score prize in the bridge game was won by Mrs. White, with second high going to Mrs. Jack Chamblin, Autumn Blossoms Decorate Home For Club Meeting Autumn blossoms decorated the Don Whitney home ye.sterday for the weekly meeting of the Thursday Rcok Club. Mis. Clco Wren was Ihe only club guest for the occasion. Rook high was won by the hostess, with second high going to Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., and rooko to Mrs. T. O. Huey. Mrs. Whitney served her guest.; a de.sscrt course, Home Economists Hold Organizational Meeting Eleven graduate home economists now engaged in business or homemaking In Mississippi and Critten- dcn Counties met last night at the Osceola Rustic Inn for an organizational meeting. Organizers for the association were Miss Helen Wells of Osceola. home demonstration agent and Miss Elizabeth Moss of the Blytheville REA. Following supper plans were discussed for a Dec. 14 meeting in Blytheville. Miss Moss and Miss Martha Wren were named chairman and co-chairman of the "organization until an election of officers. Attending the Initial se.ssion were. Mrs. James Jordon, Miss Frances Chummncy. Miss Ina Ellis, Mrs. Woody Jackson, Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, Mrs, Mason Day. Jr., Miss Helen Carr. Miss Wren, Miss Moss all of Blythevtlle and Miss Wells and Mrs. E. A. Wilson, Jr., of OK- ccriU. ..>...'. In conclusion Miss Wren announced' r that the organization would be opened to all graduate home economists of the two counties. • • • Club, Guests Entertaine.d With Luncheon-Bridge Two guests met with members of the Wednesday Club at the Country Club Wednesday for the weekly luncheon and bridge. Mrs. Baker Wilson was hostess. The two course luncheon was served at the small tables at which bridge was later played. High score was won by Mrs. L. E. Old. with second high going to Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Guests with the club were Mrs, Aubrey Bnyd nnd Mrs. Henry Humphreys. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 19» New Liberty Residents Form Handicraft Club Fourteen members of Hie New Liberty community have formed in ArtcraU club which meets In various members homes the third Thursday of each month for an evening of work on Individual handicraft projects. Mrs. R. VV. Bcvlll was hostess last night to 10 members and one new member, Mrs. R. M, Bobbins. Following the evening of handicraft the hostess served a dessert course. * • » Sorority Duties Explained ">' Mrs. Ralph Waficr Duties of a member of Hie sorority and the sorority duties to a member were explained by Mrs. Ralph Waficr at a business session of Ep- sllon Sisma Alpha sorority held recently. Misses Prances Jones nnd Myrtle Sexton were hostesses for lie meeting. Fund raising projects were dis- ussed by the Ways and Means committee after which the hostesses -erved iced drinks nnd cookies. * • * Church Class Has Social-Business A Thanksgiving covered dish supper meeting of the Phebean Sunday School Class of the First, Baptist Church was held last night at the church, with 18 members attending. The invocation was given by the clas.s teacher, Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. Harry Began, class presi- ent, conducted the business session following supper with Mrs. J. P. Homer leading in the open- ng prayer. A devotional by Mrs. H. c. Walker preceded the various officers reports. Plans were made for presenting a Thanksgiving basket to a needy 'amlly after which Mrs. J. C.,Roach led in the adjourning prayer. Hostesses for the evening were Mcsdames Harvey Chapman. Hormer Startles, Logan. Vesta Rowen and Lola Culbertson. bocial Is Given For Church Class Ml.« Sue Osment led the twenty members of the aPthfinders Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church in square dancing last night at the Thanksgiving .social held at the church. Following supper Informal entertainment and square dancing made up the activities. Mrs. Wagner Adams. Mrs. Dale Horn and Mrs. Elmer Norman were hostesses for the affair. Gosnell P ; . : T. A. Stages Games The Parent-Teachers Association basketball game and cake walk at t h e Gosnell school gymnasium Tuesday night was attended by approximately 600. P. E. Lucius, superintendent, announced today. In the game, the feminine faculty members edged the PTA mothers 20-18 while the men teachers defeated the PTA-fathers. 25-22. The next PTA meeting will be Dec. 15. Al The Hosnifals Blythcyllle Hospltil Dismissed: Mrs. joe Shanks, city Wall, Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jimmy Arnold^ city Mrs. I, R. Coieman and baby. City Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hays and sons, Hadley and Bubba, will be In Marked Tree tonight to attend the Blytheville - Marked Tree football game. They are going especially to see Mrs. Hays' sister, Miss Cynthia Ann Dawson, crowned queen of the Marked .Tree team. F. L. Regan entered Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, today to undergo surgery. His sister. Mrs. Bessie Foot of Redbay. Ala., Is with him. Mrs. Ree.an will join them tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bradley announce the birth of a son, John H Bradley, last night at Walts Hospital. He Is their second child. They have a daughter, Milly Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Picken of San Jose, Calif., are the house guests of Mrs. Plcken's daughter, Mrs. Jack Chamblin and family, James Thomas Is the name selected for the son born Nov. 14 at the Blytheville Hospital to Mr. »nd Mrs. Gerald Johnson. He Is their first child, Mrs. Johnson is the former Miss Alia Blessing of Newbern, Tenn. The condition of Eugene Brown who suffered third and fourth de. sree burns in a truck collision near Tunica, Miss.. Sunday night Is reported as slightly improved. Mr. Brown Is now undergoing treatment at the Clarksdale, Miss., hospital. Mrs. Brown Is with him. Mr. Brown will be removed to the Marine Hospital, Memphis, tor further treatment as soon as his condition permits. Mr. Brown has been with the U.S. Engineers for the past 27 years. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco« Crafton moved this afternoon to their newly remodeled home at 1145 Hearn. Mrs. Adolph Heinlcke and Mrs. Wade Jefferies returned last night from a three weeks' visit In Houston, Tex., as gu«st of their sister, Mrs. Frank Tomllnson and family. While there the group went by plane U> Mexico for a sightseeing tour. The Tomllnson's son. Johnny, returned to Blytheville with h I s aunts for a visit. Mr. and MM. Tomlinson will arrive next week for a visit and will be accompanied home by their son. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tommey announce the birth of their third child, a daughter. Nov. 11 at Walls Hospital She has ^een named, Betty Jane, The other two children are Karen Huth and William Harry. Miss Maureen Norrls. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls, who is a freshman at Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia. Fredrickburg, Va., Is in the trombone section of the school band. Miss Norris also plays with the symphony orchestra and * la a member of the annual staff. She Is spending this weekend at the Naval Academy, Annapolis. Md.. as guest of her cousin, Frank Perrin, of Osceola, who Is a senior. Mrs. Robert E. Lee King Ls the. guest of her daughter Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mr. Norris. Mrs. King had been visiting in East St. Louis. Harry C. Farr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Parr has enlisted to the Army Air Force and Is now stationed at San Antonio, Tex., Lackland Field. Mr. Farr enlisted at a recruiting station In Little Rock. Mrs. j. M. Williams left Wednesday for New Orleans for a t«n day visit. Walter Pope of Washington, D.C. and LItle Rock, formerly of Blytheville spent Wednesday In Blytheville visiting friends. Miss Cynthia Daly of Liltle Rock is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnss. Miss Daly Ls conducting a speech correction clinic in WH_EH_NERVOUm_SS,_Wfll)||r LEAVE VdU Siln irind new ttrantth'ind pin|l TIHPH vo u , u™i f«i in , m , y c ,,,,^ TiRhn lon'iJ ' ' c ?"" l i S.S.S.1 ' HIM* $S h H$S I WEAK plum neb red hltxxl—atiinu- " ^•^^•W EVER SEE A GIRL FLOAT IN SPACE? Th« picture above shews (his exciting performance. . -just one of the amazing acts presented jtt (he Rae-.Io-I.ene Magic Show (his Saturday night, Nov. IS. Plan to come and bring (he whole family. It's at the American Legion Auditorium—show starts prompt y af 8:00 P.M. Saturday. Admission is 30c for children, 60c for ndults. You'll love this Magic Show! Fresh Meats — Groceries Produce — Frozen Foods BOYD TOMLINSON GROCERY & MARKET South 16th & Vine Phont 4921 Dc/iVery Service on Saturdays FRIEND FARMER Ounins and operating An atitomnbilf affords » lot ol pleasurt hut Ihcte Is much danger on Iht road The hazard Is too tr«at • risk—with tour life, c.d.ite. , 1n rt taring] at stake. W'hj run (h« risk «hen we ean protect rou for 55,000/10,000 Liability, $5 00« Property Damage for only S7.1.38 per rear. Just Coll W.M. BURNS INSURANCE Phone 3361 RED © SPOT PAINTS—GLASS—WALLPAPER MIRRORS—GLASS FOR FURNITURE Awnings—Venetian Blinds—Auto Glass JUISTIN & WICKER Pho " t fi2 " 7 - 112 S. First - Blylh«vllle F/owen for fy« r y Occasion BLYTHEVILLE FLOWER MART OUR NFW LOCATION 1500 W. MAIN PHONE fi()02 .1,^ lu^ui obiiuv.j. Wjdrty lur IJII.LIC rtutK [or Hie WB6K- Mrs. Gene Still spent yesterday [ end. They arc going especially to in Memphis with her sister, Mrs. I., l attend the SMU-Universlty ol Ark- 0. B. Young of Osceola who is a j ansa.s football game, patient at the Methodist Hospital, j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman, and Mrs. B. M. Regenold left today | Miss Marguerite Matthews, Mr. and! 'or Little Rock where she will spend [ ~_ — '. .he weekend. While there she will ' attend the SMU-Universily of Arkansas football game. She will be ioined for the weekend by her son Paint, Imagination Add Decor to Yuletide Paint and paper perform Christmas miracles in brightening the oi»iiTii (left), made from old wagon wheel and spare lumber, bo^s hand-p^trf d«h£T S^i pack as well as snow-man nut cups are sculptured from paper for cheery l'u?elidTubi« fetUng landelier 'wUo! .he local schools. today for Little Rock for the week- Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mack Williams, Mr. and Mrs. jimmy Stevenson and J. P. Friend will b« in Little Rock tomorrow for the SU-University of Arkansas football game. , John Ed Regenold, who is a student at the University of Arkan;as. 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