BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWg WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954 Society News Ins. Society Editor / I Pat MuUinc, Society Editor Phone 4461 Country Club ^jg Hunt If Planned of members of the Country Club wiil be at the annual Easter buat Sunday afternoon on the ota* town. 4£e groups win be divided as fpHow«: one through six years, six Afvwgh nine yaars, and nine through twelve years. Fvi96« wiH be given in each BFOUf^for the largest and second Susgest awnber of eggs and for a patten egg. lit*. J. M. .Williams is serving this year as chairman of the com- JBittee, which includes Mrs. Ben Mae White, Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Jtfrs. Golemac Stevens, Mrs. Rob- «rt A. Porter, and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson. Reservations are being made Mr«. Williams. So Smart In Half Sizes DAM DELEGATE — Mrs. Anthony G. Little was to leave today for Washington, D. C., where she will serve as a delegate at 63rd annual Continental Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Mrs. Little will serve as a member of the President General's Reception Room Committee, when President and Mrs. Eisenhower will greet the guests. Other delegates attending will be Mrs. H. W. Wylie, Mrs. E. J. Cure, and Mrs. James B. Clark. The convention opens April 19. N. N. Club Is Entertained Miss Ramona Crafton entertained last night at the home of her parents for members of the N. N. Bridge Club, and four guests. Included were Miss Barbara Taylor, Mrs. Carolyn Berry, Mrs. Pat Burks and Miss Jane Wilson. Dogwood and iris were combined to form table decorations. Following a dessert course, bridge games were conducted, with high and .bridgo going to Miss Crafton and second high to Miss Taylor. Sue B'urmett Ytnfll look so pretty and neat in tbie brief sleeved casual designed in stoes to flatter the shorter fig- MT«. Pattern No. 8942 is in sizes 14V 2 , 18%. 20V2, 221/2, 24}i. Size 3% yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast. Tot iiuc pattern, send 30c ki OOMS, yow name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- Commg Events Wednesday Sudbury PTA has 3 p.m. meeting preceded by 2:30 p.m. executive board meeting. Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. meeting with Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Dogwood Home Demonstration Club meets at'the club. Devonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Thursday Thursday Club meets with Mrs. W. B. Tanner. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Homemakers Class of the First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs, W. R .Oenning at 721 North East Parkway. Friday Chapter "N" of PEO has dutch treat luncheon and business session at 1 p.m. at the Country Club. DAR Luncheon Given at Hotel Noble Mrs. George D. Pollock, Mrs. Crawford Noble and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., were hostesses yesterday afternoon to members of the Charlf;voix Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution at Hotel Noble for a luncheon and business meeting. Mrs. P. B. Joyner presided in the absence of the regent, Mrs. E. J. Cure. An Easter theme was predominant throughout the floral arrangements. Mrs. Ruth S. Massey of Osceola, state regent, has appointed Mrs. Samuel F. Norris as state publicity Mrs. Ira Dickson, Mrs. A. P. Burks and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., Spent Friday in Memphis Where they visited Mrs. W, D. Godwin of Bloomfield, Mo., who is a patient at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Godwin underwent major surgery Tuesday and her condition is now reported satisfactory. She is in room 409. Miss Nita Rose Hall, who attends University of Arkansas has recently been elected to the office of pledge trainer of the Delta Gamma Sorority. She is now spending the spring holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall. Mrs. J. E. Lanier is a patient in the Walls Hospital, where she underwent surgery yesterday. She is reported to be resting well today and is in room 211. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Williams are spending today in Memphis on business. Mrs. W. A. Sheddan of Senatobia, Miss., arrived here yesterday to visit her daughter. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mr. Hubbard and sons, and with Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard. Mrs. A. G. Little was to leave today to attend the Continental Congress of Daughters of the American Revolution to be in Washington, D. C. Miss Heard Wylie will arrive here from University of Mississippi to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylie, for the Easter holidays. DKG Elects 1954-55 Officers Members of the Zeta Chapter o f Delta Kappa Gamma met last night at the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble to conduct an election of officers. Miss Minnie Foster was chosen as the group's new president. Other officers included Miss Alice Marie Ross, first vice president; Mrs. Harry Cook, second vice president; Mrs. C. D. Featherston, recording secretary; Miss Frances Bowen. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Rex Warren, parli- mentarian; and Mrs. R. A. Berryman, organist and music director. Miss Foster, program leader, chose as the program, "Latin American Neighbors," in keeping with the year's theme, "International Relations — A Means of Furthering World Peace. Mrs. C. R. Johnson in Spanish costume presented a medley of Latin-American music on the accordion, and a Spanish dance was presented by Juanita Ferguson. Mrs. Ira Gray conducted a quiz on international expressions, and Miss Ashford, a native of Puerto Rico and a teacher in Central School, discussed that island informally by answering member's questions. Mrs. Otis Shepherd, out-going: president, conducted the business session. DYESS NEWS Mrs. J. E. JACOBS chairman, Mrs. J. E. Dicks, program director, introduced Mrs. E. B. Woodson, who had as her subject, "Freedom From Fear." Watered-Down Bird TRUCKEE Calif. Wi—A blue parakeet" Tweety Pie, escaped from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kay and flitted downtown. Spectators could not recapture the bird. But Fire Chief N. F. Dolley drenched Tweety Pie with a small stream of water and the bird's wet feathers forced him to the sidewalk — unharmed. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the latest issue of Basic FASffiON. The new Spring '54 catalog will delight you with its up-to-the minute styles that are to Sue Burnett, Blytheville sew-simple. Send 26 cents today. IS THAT YOU, DAVY?—This pretty yowog.merjuaid is making; like Davy Jones' secretary a* the recent Hotel and Caterk»g,Exhi-., bittoa in London. She's 29-year-old Rita Gray,;and the.hotfel men found her one of the more popular displays. PATENT 10.95 The softest shoes that ever walked in the Easter Parade Blue Mesh and Calf Black Mesh and Patent 10.95 Natural Mesh Calf Straw Trim Black Mesh Patent & Straw Trim 11.95 Tfo ptrftct way to compltmtnt your ntw wordrobt THE SHOE WITH THE BEAUTIFUL FIT • OH 01 OK SI Hosiery Select your new Naturalizes now. Everything you want in a shot for Easter and the year around. Join the millions of women everywhere who are making Noturalizen o national habit. America's outstanding thoe value. See us right away to select the style that's fj|Ht for ye*. Your exact size it waiting • soft toes • heel hugging toe free fit • amazing ffexibility e no slip, no gap, no pinch WSCS Meet* Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Dyess Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Filmore Fraley Tuesday night for a monthly business session, in which they elected new officers. Mrs. Leo Allen presided in the absence of Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. Officers included were Mrs. Jacobs, president; Mrs. Charlie Owen, vice president; Mrs. R. D. Johnston, secertary and treasurer; Mrs. Jacobs, promotion secretary. Secretaries include Mrs. Leo Allen, missionary education and service; Mrs. J. S. Barnes, Christian social relation and local church activities; Mrs. Leonard Williams, spiritual life; Mrs. P. B. Wood, student secretary; Mrs. R. D. Johnston, children secretary; Kirs. Russell Clifton, children and literature and publication; Mrs. P. B. Wood, supply; and Mrs. J. H. Balch, status of women. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Richard Veteto of Indianapolis, Ind., visited Miss Mozelle Williams Thursday night. They were en route home from a visit in Hot Springs. Mrs. Veteto and Mrs. Williams were college friends. Mr. and Mrs. Filmore Fraley, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch of Dyess and Mrs. Belle Bullard of Whitton visited in the J. L. Jacobs home Sunday afternoon. Miss Jo Ann Cash spent Saturday in Memphis with her sister, Mrs. Louise Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cash and children, Mrs. Joe Garrett and children of Memphis spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Rice and children spent Sunday at West Ridge with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nichols spent Sunday night at Hughes, Ark., with their daughter, Mrs. Mickey McArthur, and family. Monday they left for Elaine, Ark., where they will remain through Wednesday. George Anderson, John Taff and L. I. Hall attended the Cardinal- i White Sox ball game in Memphis Thursday. The Dyess Juniors presented a play Friday auditorium. at the high school Jerry James returned home Saturday from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis and is reported much improved. Mrs. Leroy Cannon returned to Memphis after several days at her home here. The Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Crouch of Phoenix, Ariz., arrived Friday for a visit with friends before going to Louisiana to conduct a revival. Mrs. Janette Morgan of Memphis spent Wednesday her 2 with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Balch of Fairfield, Calif., arrived Monday for a month's visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Butliston and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch. BSP Meeting Held in Home Mrs. Milton Howard and Mrs. Dick Watson were hostesses last night at the Howard home to members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Twenty five members attended the business session, conducted by Mrs. Orlie Parker. 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Lynch and Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick, with 66 points, and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Affjick. won second place with 65 points. In third place were Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, with 62J/ 2 points. Fourth place was awarded to Mrs. W. D. Chamtlin and Mrs. E. B. Gee with 59 points. Average depth of the world's oceans is about 2y 2 miles, with the Pacific having the greatest average depth. World's Biggest Ferry Boot Fleet Growing SEATTLE (£>)—The State of Washington, which already owns one of the world's biggest ferry fleets, is building a new two million dollar ferry for Puget Sound operations. Officials describe the 310-foot craft as the biggest ferry ever built on the West Ooast- It will be added to a fleet that was expanded recently by the purchase of two automobile and passenger vessels from Maryland. In Blytheville McADAMS' HOUSE OF FLOWERS 206 E. 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