The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 21, 1954
Page 4
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ftftMFOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1954 PEO OFFICERS ARRIVE TODAY — Mrs. C. E. Einehard <left) of Chippewa Palls, Wis., who is second vice president of the Supreme Chapter of the PEO Sisterhood, will be guest of honor and vfSi address the Arkansas Convention of the PEO Sisterhood Friday morning when it opens here at the First Methodist Church. The state president, Mrs. Byron Goodsen of De Queen, Ark., will conduct all the sessions of the convention Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Rinehard will use as the subject of her address, "PEO Symphony." Both of the officers were to arrive here today for preliminary work on the convention. Society News ; SnoiVtv TMitnr I PI Pat Mulli&s, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Bride-Elect Again Honored At Shower Mist Freda Smith, bride-elect of Howard George Nelson of Mil- •waukee, Wis., was again complimented when a shower and canasta party was given by Miss Eloise Richardson at her home in Country Club addition last night. The gift table was centered by a large white umbrella under which •was placed a miniature bride and groom. The brides'-elect chair was marked by a large white satin bow centered with pink carnations. For the occasion. Miss Smith wore a trousseau frock of navy •bantling and was presented a gift corsage of white carnations. Mrs. O. W. Smith, mother of the honoree was presented with a gift corsage. In the canasta games, Mrs. Charles Smith won high score and Miss Ann Perry won second. Cake and punch were served from the dining rom table which was draped in white lace over pink polithed cotton, and centered with an antique crystal bowl filled with pink carnations and greenery, Hanked by silver candelabra hold- tog pink candles. Mrs. Oliver Richardson assisted j 'her daughter in entertaining. Bridge Benefit Is Given Here Colorful Rose Border The annual benefit bridge and canasta party at the BlytheviUe Country Club sponsored by the Duplicate Bridge League to benefit the Lange School for Exceptional children, was staged last night. Members of the Junior Auxiliary, sponsors of the school, were in charge of the affair. Twenty nine tables of party bridge and canasta, and thirteen tables of duplicate bridge were played during the evening, A straight Mitchell movement was played by the 13 tables of duplicate bridge. Bernard Gooch and Mrs. Henry Humphreys won high score with 186 points for North and south, while second high went to Jim Roleson and Mrs. Audreanelle Freeman, with 173 points. In third place were Mrs. George Wiggs and Mrs. Dick J. White with 170-i points. Fourth place was awarded to George Anderson and O. S. Canasta Club Meets in Home Mrs. Paul Byrurn was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the Tuesday Canasta Club at her home. Hyacinths combined with colorful tulips provided floral arrangements throughout the entertaining rooms. In the canasta games, Miss Rosa Schuneritsch won high score and second went to Mrs. Eddie Burks. Third place went to Mrs. Felix Carney. A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served to conclude the afternoon. Crowell with 169 points and fifth place went to Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and Mrs. H. C. Sims with 160& pouits.. East and west winners included Mrs. S, E. Tune and Mrs. F. E. Black with 187% points, first place, Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mrs. Victor Stilwell with 179^ points, second p*ace; Mrs. Alta Cammeron and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, third place with 172 points; Mrs. Bruce Edwards and Mrs. Joe Harnby with 167 points, fourth place; and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mrs. Tom Miller with 166 J ,i points, fifth place. Prizes were presented to the winners at party bridge and canasta tables. Bits of News r 19lastly Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the latest issue of Basic FASHION. The new Spring '54 catalog will delight you with its up-to-the-minute styles that are sew-simple. Send 25 cents today. Trinity Baptists Have Programs Members of the Evelyn Stafford and Jewel Abernathy Circles of Trinity Baptist Church met at the church during the afternoon Monday, and that evening, members of the Mildred Matthews and Marion Cook circles met at the church. Following a luncheon, the 19 members of afternoon circles, with their two guests, Mrs. Clark Henton and Mrs. Jesse Province, heard a Royal Service program. Leader was Mrs. Bill Crocker. following a prayer by Mrs. Bill Cook and the opening routine, led by Mrs. R. W. Wooten. Mrs. Crocket and Mrs. H. H. Burnett presented the program. Miss Bernice- Overman conducted the program for the evening circles, when 14 members attended. Mrs. R. W. Wooten, a visitor, gave the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner and son, Paul were the week end guests of their daughter, Mrs. Charles Booker and Airman 3/c Booker in Biloxi, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Elkins, Jr., and daughters, Teresa and Lynn, spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. O. O. Elkins and family here. Miss Joyce Bryeans of St. Louis was the week end guest here of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter were in Milan, .Tenn., yesterday where they -attended funeral services for Mrs Ramsey Duncan, a former resident of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Oklahoma City. Ofcla., left this morning for New Orleans, La., after visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech and other friends. Mrs. Clay Stallings, who was a patient at the Blytheville Hospital, has been removed to her home at WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Mrs. Paul Abbott was hostess to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church at her home Monday night. '•Throw Out the Life Line," was sung by the group to open the meeting. Mrs. Carl Burton presented the program, "Who Are The Guilty?" along with the scripture, and a prayer. Those assisting her were Mrs. Bailey Tarpley, and Mrs. Walter Barnes. Mrs. James Monroe Besharse, Jr., conducted the business session, in which she named a nominating committee. They are Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Milton Bunch and Mrs. Henry Pollard. Mrs. Besharse appointed a "golden age committee" for this month, including Mrs. J. D. Hemby and Mrs. Nita Bunch. WSCS Meeting Conducted Here Fourteen members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Metbldist Church met at the church Monday with Mrs. C. T. Shamlin and Mrs. Minnie Vance as hostesses. Mrs. Joe Thomas agve the opening prayer and the program, "Who Are The Guilty," was given. Following the group singing of "Lord, Speak To Me," the scripture reading was responsive. Those assisting the program leader were Mrs. O. J. Rogers, Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle, Mrs. Blanche Buzby and Mrs. C. M. Baxter. Coming Events Thursday Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. C. and N. Birthday Club meets with Mrs. Walter Lutes at 7:30 pjn. Friday ' Mrs. W. A. Stickmon, Mrs. W. N. Stanton are hostesses to Past Matrons and Patrons Club at covered dish dinner at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Explorer's Club has meeting at the Country Club at 7 p.m. BlytheviUe Woman's Club has annual musical tea at the clubhouse from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday BlytheviUe Civic Music Association has final concert of this year's series, at 2:30 p.m. at the high school auditorium. Mrs. W. C. James James-Perkins Wedding Held . Mr. and Mrs. Logan Perkins announce the wedding of their daughter, Miss Emma Joe Perkins to William C. (Sonny) James, son of Mrs. Virli* Miller, all of BlytheviUe. The marriage was solemnized In Hernando, Miss., Feb. 1. Miss Perkins will be graduated from Burdette High School this year. They will make their home with the bride's; parents, until her graduation. Mr. James is employed by Arkansas Grocery Company. Red Pepper Club Holds Banquet Monday veening marked the an- naul Red Pepper Banquet of Bty- theville High School held at Hotel Noble in the Mirror Room. Officers of the club are Carol Ann Holt, president; Linda Taylor, vice president; Nancy Hamby, secretary; Marjorie Dougherty, treasure; and Juanita Fer- gufon, historian. Mtes Luna Wilhelm is sponsor for the group. To begin the program, Ralph Nichols played the "Washington and Lee Swing." W. B. Nicholson, school superintendent, gave the invocation. Miss Holt gave the welcome with the response given by Bobby Lee Hill. "You Can't Get * Man With ft Gun," was presented by Peggy Taylor, after which Betty Let Garrott read the prophecy. Ralph Nichols presented a piano solo and Miss Ferguson presented a dance number, "Du»t." Coaches Bill Stancil, Jimmy Fisher and Ruwell Motley ipoke during the evening. The program was closed with the singing of the school Alma Mater. Park of the Red Rocks, in the hills west of Denver, includes a You can remove asparagus from the can without breaking th« tip*, if you open the can from the bottom. Barbecue Benefit Is Planned A barbecue will be held at the Lake Street Methodist Church Friday, with proceed* going to the sponsor!, Woman's Society of Christian Service, for their projects. The serving hours will be from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and from 5 p. m. to 8 p. m. AtMCOtW QVHnjflffHM w9 R impel your wtrtth. n rapoift oft vigivtfrtt estimates. Prompt it rvici. No nttd to Itovi your watch if rtpoirs art not FITZPATRICK JEWELERS •••••••••••••••*•••**••«••••••••••• Half Moon. Charles Smtih was dismissed today from the Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr., and infant son have been dismissed from Chickasawba Hospital and are now at their home. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Clay StaUings, city. Thomas Crump, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Featherston, city. Joe Thomas Flagg, city. W. C. Everett, city. J. C. Little, Steele. Chickasawba HotpiUl Dismissed: Charles Smith, city. Mrs. Reba Watson, city. David Lee Burton, city. Henry Burnett, city. Mrs. E. M. Terry and baby, city. Rose Anna Autry, city. Mrs. Dorothy Hedge and baby, city. Paul Lipford, city. Lee Hickman, city. Mrs. Max Koonce . Mrs. Idell Lowe, Mrs. Raymond Dickerson and Mrs. Bill Lowe participated on the proram. Miss Kathrine Austin gave the devotional and benediction. 8968 12-42 Sue Burnett A pretty border print fabric is very effective for this charming casual style. Or monotone is just M smart. Pattern No. SHHJ is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. 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