The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 31, 1954
Page 4
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BLYTHEV1LLE fARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 91' Mi* Pat • Society News Mulline, Society Editor * I Phone 4461 Country Club League Meets A six-table Howell movement was conducted last 'night at Blytheville Country Club when the Duplicate Bridge League held a meeting. Mrs. H. W. Wylie and Mrs. Frank Origsby won high score with 79 points, and Mrs. C. C. Councllle and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson tied with Mrs. F. E. Black and Harry W. Haines for second place with points. Tueve Bridge Club Party Given Bits of News .J In fourth place were Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, with 12 points. Octave Club Entertained Mrs. R- A. Gary won high score last'night'at the card games conducted by members of the Octave Club when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. A- O. Hallman. Mrs. Floy Bryant and Mrs. Eunice Young were guest players with the club members. Mrs. William P. Bear won second high score. Large mixed bouquets of tulips, hyacinths and jonquils decorated the living room. Later in the evening, party foods were served. Mr. and Mrs. George Ford, Jr., entertained at their home last night for members of the Tueve Bridge Club and 11 guests. Included were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Geary, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Gean, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Seay, Mrs. Vernon B. Warr, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Geissmann, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCormick. Bridge and canasta games provided the evening's entertain- ment, following cesserts which were served at the bridge tables. A profusion of mixed spring bouquets was used in the entertaining rooms. In the card games, Mr. McCormick won high canasta score, Mrs. Geary won high guest prize in the bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Utho Barnes won the club high scores. Mrs. Geissman won the bridge prize. La Petite Club Has Party Here Mrs. Freeman Robinson entertained members of the La Petite Club yesterday afternoon. Cake and coffee" were served preceding the games of bridge. The tea table, from which guests were served, held a large mixed arrangement of spring flowers which, was duplicated throughout the entertaining room. In bridge games, Mrs. J. F. IVContandon • won high score and bridge, and Mrs. F. E. Utley won second place. Tri-Town Club Has Guest Mrs. R. E. Green was the guest yesterday of members of the Tri- Town Club, when Mrs. James Lee her home. Mrs. Garrard Caudill won high score in bridge games, with second going to Mrs. James C. Guard and bridge to Mrs. Green. Pansies and red buds provided decorations. To conclude the afternoon, the hostess served a dessert course. Club Meeting tieti by TLE Mrs, Gilbert Smythe was hostess Bridge Party Given in Home dub at her home for a dessert bridge party. Mrs. Otto Scrape won high score in the bridge games, with second ihifh going to Mrs. J: P- Scrape and Tjridgo to Mn. Smythe. Narcissi with Jonquils provided •oral decoration for the occasion. Coming Emits Thursday Ladfor Auxiliary of Local 666 AM 7:JO p.m. meeting at Carpenter's Hall. Mn. Adolph Heinkke, Mrs- T. Wade Jefferies and Mrs. Rupert CtoaftOft are entertaining with a drop-in at the Heinicke home from • til 10 p.m. for S/Sgt. and Mrs. Roaoo Ivans Graf ton. Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church has potluck supper and tacky party at 7:30 p.m. Mrt. Chester Caldwell is hostess Mrs. Bob Walden and Mrs. Frank Hall were guests last night of Miss Betty Harber when she was hostess at a bridge party for members of N. N.' Bridge Club. Miss Melba Pryor won high score in the bridge games, with second going to Mrs. Walden, and bridgo to Mrs. James Vest. Purple iris were used by Miss Harber in decoration of the tables from which dessert was served. Bees may have to travel a total distance of 50,000 miles to make one pound of honey. to the Thursday Contract Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. C. A. Afflict is hostess to the Thursday Club. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry is hostess to the Mid-Week Club. « La Nueve Club meets at the home of Mr*; N. Q. Jerome. Baptist Circles Hold Meetings Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church held business meetings last- night prior to special prayer sendees for their approaching revival. Miss Ellen Moore. President of Circle Four was hostess to the group at her home- Mrs. J. H. Melton of- ferred the opening prayer. Miss Katherine Golden was a guest of the circle. They joined the prayer group at the home of Mrs. Raymond Bomar. Circle Three met with Mrs. Mark Anderson, where a prayer group was later conducted. Mrs. J. M. Ross, president, conducted the meeting- Laura Hemby and Jo Alice McGuire. students at University of Ar~ Kansas, have been selected by the Mortar Board to serve next year as sophomore counselors. Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., and grandson, Michael, returnd from Oxford, Miss., where they visited relatives. They went especially to join Duffy Sykes of New York and Mrs. John Maringue of Trenton, N. J., who were visiting in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey announce the birth of their second child, a daughter at Blytheville Hospital Sunday- Sandra Kay is the name chosen for the baby, who has a brother, Richard Allen who is 2'/2. Mrs. Bailey, the former Miss Lula Shields, is in Room 301. Mrs. Louis Robertson of Fulton, Miss., has arrived in Blytheville to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. James Bailey, and family. Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mrs. W. T- Walsh of Blytheville and Mrs. George Puryear of Jbnesboro *.'> rived home by plane after visiting their mother, Mrs. Pleas Secoy of Madera, Calif., who suffered a heart attack two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gitchell and son of West Memphis are visiting relatives here. Mrs- Gitchell and her son spent the week end here and Mr. Gitchell arrived yesterday. Dr. W. F. Brewer was removed TO SPEAK HERE — Evangelist Rev. W. M. Tidwell of Chattanooga, Tenn., will conduct a revival beginning tonight and continuing through Apr. 11 < at the Church of the Nazarene, First and Sycamore Streets, it was announced today by the pastor, the Rev. J. Louis Emmert. Dr, Tidwell is the author of several religious books. Services will begin at 7:30 each evening. her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Perry Moore of Ridgely, Term., are in Englewood, Calif., to visit Mrs. Scrape's brother, Jimmie Moore, who is seriously ill. They are expected home late this week, Mrs. L. K. Harwarg, president of Temple Israel Sisterhood, and Mrs. Hyman Weinberg, both of At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. James Bailey . and baby, yesterday by ambulance to Chicka- Qsceola, and Mrs. Sidney Platt sawba Hospital. He has been ill atj his home for the past several weeks. Airman 1/c and Mrs. Larry Daniel of Shreveport, La., announce the birth of a daughter Saturday at Barksdale Air Force Base Hospital. The baby has been named Lorri Jean. Mrs. Daniel is the former Miss Billie Jean Westbrook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook. Joe R. Price, son of Mr, and Mrs. Ray F. Price and a junior at the University of Mississippi at Oxford, Will leave Apr. 7 for volunteer induction into the Army. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape and City Charles Langston, Jr., City Chlckasawoa Hospital Dismissed: J. B. Roark, Luxora Mrs. B. Johnson and baby, City Donna Kaye Shawl, City and Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise attended the biennial convention of Mississippi-Arkansas Federation of Temple Sisterhoods held in Little Rock Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Harwarg and Mrs. Weinberg were official delegates and Mrs. Platt served as chairman of the budget and finance committee. Rabbi Vise conducted the memorial service and pronounced benediction at the Sunday service at Temple B'nai Israel of Little Rock. Mrs. Wade Reeves, Jr., will arrive this afternoon in Memphis by plane from Fort Hood, Tex., and will be the houseguest here of her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves, for several weeks. Cpl. Reeves will join his wife and parents here later. Mrs. Brad Daniel and Mrs. Hardy Aston have returned from Shreveport, La., where they visit ed Mrs. Daniel's son, Airman 1/c Larry Daniel, Mrs. Daniel and their infant daughter, Lorri Jean conducted at 2:30 p.m. at the Parish House at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, when an election of officers will be held. New at Rothrock's.. Wt art privileged to announce that you can now find your favorite fragrances in Faberge at Rothrock's. there's a fragrance for each... Fabtrgt's couturier colognes, gift boxed in gold and white 3.00 the set of 4 dancing and dates Aphrodffta for tailored things Woodhuc* at-Kome hixury Tigrtst fotivt fashion* Act IV ROTHROCK DRUG CO. 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Sherman Peterson returned from Charleston, Ark., Saturday after several days visit in the home of tfiss Floyd's parents. Jackie returned with him and spent the week end here with the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson before resuming her school duties as Home Economics teacher at Hughes, Ark., on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Davis and baby, Misses Willa Jean and Barbara Gail Davis of West Ridge spent the week end here with their sister, Mrs. Odis Rice and family. Misses Jo Ann Cash, Martha Ann nd Dimple Lee Benton, Charles 'rice and J. E. Nichols visited Vlisses Mary Lou and Peggy Balch Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Charlie Sornson has as her guest her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Davis of Olyphant, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tippy and children of Blytheville spent the week end here with her parent* Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ward. Mrs. R. R. Holland and Mrs. Troy Stansbury were in Blytheville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood and son, Clifford, attended the Ice Follies in Memphis Thursday. J. W. Wilkerson and Mrs. Annie Uselton of Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Robert Lee Jones and son, Millard of Rawleigh, N. C., were in Dyess Saturday visiting Mrs Jones' sister, Mrs. Anderson Rogers. Miss Starla Kay McArthur accom- pained her grandparaents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McArthur, to Hughes, Ark. after spending the. past week here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nichols. Mrs. H. H- Humble spent Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Lige Richmond. Lavelle Cox of Nashville, Tenn., spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cox. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and family and Miss Ruby Nell Harris spent the weelt end at Kansas City, Kans- Mr. and Mrs. Ira Winningham and children spent the week end at Clinton, Ark., with his father. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dallas and children of Jackson, Mo., spent the week end here as guest of his sister, Mrs. Vernon Butler and family. Airman 3-c Bobby Murphy of Biloxi, Miss., is home on a three-day leave to visit his wife and parents. His wife returned to Biloxi with him. : Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Murphy and daughter, Pat spent the week end in Memphis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Noblin atten- ded the funeral of her step moth*, Mrs. Sam Montgomery at Harry- burg. Jimmie Smith and Paul Francil of Senatobia, Mi**-, *P*nt toe **** end here with relatives. The Senior and Junior Classes of Dyess High School attended the Ice Follies in Memphis Friday night. Miss Ollie Fay Harris had u her guests over the week end from Memphis Misses Una Conlee and Ruth and Mervin Rogers. J. D. Darnell, Jr., of Port Naches, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Murel Guy, Mrs. Bernice Sanders and Albert Darnell of Memphis have been here visiting their parents, Mr- and Mrs. J. D. Darnell the past few days. Mr and Mrs. Charles Grey of Blytheville passed through Dyess Friday afternoon on their way home from Memphis. They formerly lived at Dyess. 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