The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 29, 1954
Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 29, ItM Society News t Srw»tefv RHitni* * P} Pat Mullins, Society Editor PEOLuncheon Held in Logan Home Here Mrs- Bob Logan and Mrs. James C. Guaiti were hostesses at the Logan home yesterday afternoon for a luncheon a"d meeting of Chapter D of the PEO Sisterhood, when 16 members attended; Throughout the entertaining rooms, garden flowers were used in profuse arrangements. A miniature May pole proyided the centerpiece for the luncheon table. Following the two-course "luncheon, a discussion of the recent state PEO convention which was held here was conducted. A program -"Educational Fund," was given during the afternoon by Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. Tommie Westbrook was hostess at her home Tuesday night to members of the K. N. Bridge Club, when she entertained with a dessert bridge party. Red rose buds centered each card table, where desserts were served preceding the games. High score to Mrs. James Vest, with, second going to Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann and bridgo to Miss Betty Harber. t/TTU UZ— Ufemust be worth living. Thi OCSt has doubled, and people an sfiH hcftgTng on. So New Smart-Sew-Easy ADJUDICATOR — Mrs. F. Woods Beckman of Knoxville, Tenn., is 'serving as adjudicator of the annual National Piano Guild Auditions being held today and tomorrow at Hotel Noble here. Born and reared in Germany, Mrs. Beckman also attended school in England. She was .graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Cologne. Last summer Mrs. Beckman studied at the Mozarteum in Saltzburg, Austria, and is now taking courses in musical forms at the University of Tennessee. Bridge Club Luncheon Held Mike Besharse is confined at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Besharse, Jr., on Davis Street, with a case of measles. The Rev. and Mrs. Roy I. Bagley, Mrs. Riley B. Jones, Mrs. Pred ty entertaining members Wednesday Club. Mrs. Chester Caldwell, and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs were guests of the club meeting. -• Luncheon was served in the dining room where spring flowers cen- where Card Party Given for Club were room cards. Mrs. H. C. Sims won first place and Mrs. F. E. Black 'won second place in the bridge games. Yesteryear Club Is Entertained Mrs. Dave Abbott was hostess yesterday at her home for the monthly all-day meeting of the Tester year Club.' Mrs. Bess Oats, Mrs. Matt Fielder and Mrs. Lillian Lloyd were honored guests since their birthdays are in this month. Following a luncheon, guests spent the afternoon informally. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon for a luncheon and card par- ^ m ^ Mr _ and Mnj _ Murr&y ! Smart. Mrs. Chester Caldwell, and Mrs. John Caudill are among those who will be in Dyersburg, Term., this afternoon to attend funeral services for Mrs. Clyde Drane, and to be with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Adams of Among the | night to attend the banquet for the ' Northeast Arkansas Bar Association were Max B. Eeid and C. A.- Cunningham. Mrs. Elton Kirby and Mrs. W. L, Horner were in Dyersburg, yesterday to be with Mrs. J. W. Adams. because of the death of her mother, Mrs. Clyde Drane . Mrs. Frank Wolsey was called to Cape Girardeau, Mo., to be with her niece, Miss Vera Wright, who will undergo surgery at St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. W. O. Reeves, Mrs. Wade Reeves, Jr., and Mrs. Hank'Dodd and son, Mike, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Oscar Connell of Osceola: and Clarksdale, Miss., spent last night here with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Tri-Town Club Is Entertained, Guests of the Tri-Town Club when they met Tuesday at the Country home of Mrs. Gerrard Caudill were Mrs. Robert G. McHaney and Mrs. The Razorback dining room was Marvin Nunn, Jr. the scene Tuesday afternoon of a j card party, when Mrs. R R. Jackson j was hostess to the Tuesday Canasta j Club. I Salad course was served upon ar- j rival of guests. ' j Mrs. O. O. Elkins won high score, j and Mrs. L. O. Gill won second place j in the games, with third going to Mrs. Eddie Burks. Daisies and iris were combined to form spring bouquets which were placed at- vantage points in the entertaining rooms. Mrs. James Lee Brooks won first place in the games, with second going to Mrs. Newton Whitis. A dessert course was served. Lange PTA Installs Officers votional, and Mrs. Walter Day presented the president's message. Room count was awarded to Miss Prances Bright, Miss Florence Moore and Miss Elizabeth Halstead Mrs. Mary Doke conducted the final meeting of the year for Lange Parent-Teachers Association at the school yesterday when new officers were installed by Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd. They are Mrs. Orlie Parker, vice president; Mrs. C. W. Kapp, secretary; Mrs. William Ellis, treasurer. A new president will be officially elected and installed at next, year's first meeting. Miss Dana Dinkins gave the de- First grade mothers were host* esses in the social hour. To remove mildew from woodwork, wipe the surface with a cloth dipped in water to which a little kerosene has been added. FLEX THOSE MUSCLES — Italian artist Novella Parigini, whose specialty is portraits of nude women, looks over the physique of Don Armand, winner of a modeling contest in New York City. He is going to model for the Italian artist. HD Club Luncheon Given in Home Members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met yesterday af t- Rent Is Bargain YORK (/Ph-An offer to pay $35 a month rent won Maurice A. Britt a lease on a six-room house owned by the Army Corps of Engineers, The real estate bargin is at Long Island National Cemetry. Trinity Baptists * Conduct Meetings Mrs. Gunter Murff was hostess Tuesday at her home for members of the Homemakers Class of Trinity Baptist Church, when a monthly business session was conducted., . . . _, _ , _„ " Mrs W H. Cook, the teacher I erc °°n at the home of Mrs. Punk W ' lis for potlucfe luncheon. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Carl Burton gave the devotional and Mrs. G. T. Gracie presided at the business session in the absence of Mrs. Gene McGuire, president. Mrs. Gertrude Holirnan presented a demonstration of clothing accessories, with the assistance of Mrs. Gracie. WARNING O E D E R IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, . MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Alma Pinley Flowers, Pltf. vs. No. 12,659 James Hulen Flowers, Dft. The defendant, James Hulen Flowers, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the captior hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Alma Finley Flowers. Dated this "th day of April, 1954, SEAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By VIRGINIA WALTERS, D. C. j Max B. Harrison, At'iy. for Pltf. iElbert S. Johnson, Attv. Ad Litem. WSCS Meetings Are Conducted Members of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church's Woman's Society of Christian Service held a meeting for election of new officers Monday, and Tuesday were guests of the Half Moon Woman's Society of Christian Service for the first section of a mission study. Officers are airs. Joe Van Cleve, president; Mrs. Kenneth Poff, vice president; Mrs. Joe Walters, second vice president; and Mrs. Glenn Alexander, secretary and treasurer. Secretaries are Mrs. Jack Robertson, Christian social relations; Mrs. J. N. Moody, literature and publications; Mrs. J. H. Richardson, spiritual life; Mrs. R. E. Davis, supply; Mrs. Hazel Smith, promotion; Mrs. Warren Davidson, missionary education and service; and Mrs. William O'Neal, status of Women. Mrs. Davidson conducted the program, "Who Are the Guilty?" "The Prophet Jeremiah," the mission study, was conducted by Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. O. M. Mitchell, Mrs. H. C. Buck and Mrs. Robertson. Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot seven members and one guest, Mrs. C. B. Kettinger attended the meeting. Mrs. Thelma Johnson gave the opening prayc- and Mrs. Katherine Campbell gave the devotional, Mrs. F. L. Wicker, president, conducted the business session. Other class officers are Mrs. Eleanor Swafford, secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. Raymond Dixon, vice president, held. Calvary BWC Meeting Held Members of Circle Four of Business Women's Circles of the Calvary- Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Ellen Moore Tuesday night with five guests, Mrs. Raymond Bomar, Mrs. Dink Norton, Mrs. Eric Hall, Mrs. Newt Short and Miss Katherine Golding attending. Miss Moore, president, conducted the business after offering the opening prayer. Miss Golding gave the devotional, and a social hour was At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Harold Pritchard, Tomato Authorized Distributor for LLZIER'S COSMETICS For Appointment & Information Call ALLEEN F. HOLLAND Phone 3-3668 44, 8-15-22-29' and Mrs. B. F. 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