The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1954 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 10, 1954
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fiatroui BLYIHEVILLE CASK.) COTOIER NTWI MONDAY, MAY 10, 1954 Society News i ftrvietv Editor i PI Pat Multini, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 At Banquet Members of the 1954 Graduating Clut of Blythevjlle High Schoo were complimented Friday nigh at 'their annual Senior Banque sponsored by the High School Parent-Teachers Association. One hundred three seniors and 17 members of the faculty attended the banquet which was given at Hote 1 Noble. Joe Whisenhunt, senior president served as master of ceremonies. The welcome fey the PTA was presented by Mrs. Hugh'Whitsitt, persident; and -followed by a skit, "The Three Breakfasts," by Emily Damon and Danny Cobb. Martha Poster and Davis Cobb presented two vocal duets, and Ronnie Etchieson presented a toe 4ance. Miss Damon accompanied the musical numbers. A profusion of spring flowers decorated the room, in which a brilliant colored rainbow completed the garden setting. Pastel tapers and gold pots holding pastel blossoms decorated the tables. Mrs. J. W. Rayder served as gen eral chairman of the affair. Assisting her were Mrs. W. L. Moxley, Mrs Ray Hall Mrs. Harman Taylor. Mrs. Phillip Deer, Mrs. Paul Jobe, Mr*. P- E. Scott, Mrs. H. G Partlow, Mrs. J- W. Adajns, Jr. ; Mrs. Victor Stilwell, Mrs. lone Gore, Mrs. R. L. Dedman, Mrs. Cecil, Graves and Arden Cuadra. Invitations and place cards were made by Mrs. Charles A. Hindman. Mrs. Jo* Hughes. Mrs. Marcus Gaines and Mrs. Jack Cuadra. Mrs. S. E. Owens and Mrs. Joe Ferguson were the. program committee. Tops In Junior Stlyes 8110 11-20 Sue Burnett Here's a stunning, summery looking frock created especially in junior sizes. Accent with ruffing or rows of lace. Pattern No. 8110 is in sizes 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, cap sleeve, 5 yards of 39-inch; 3V 2 yards lace. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, m. Spring '54 Basic FASHION contains a wealth of smart, easy to sew styles for all sizes. Colorful, informative and interesting. Send 25 cents for your copy. Miss Margaret Keim Illinois Resident Will Become the Bride of James G Lowe, II The engagement of Mis* Margaret Ann Keim to James Cecil Lowe.n, was announced Saturday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet R. Keim of Belleville, HI. The announcement Was made at the annual Pansy Breakfast of Delta Delta Delta sorority of which Miss Keim is a member. Mr. Lowe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Lowe and the ;randson of Mrs. M. T. Moon all of Blytheville. Miss Keim is a sophomore at Washington University in St. Louis and resides at McMillan Hall of which she is house president. She is an officer of Freshman Commission and Alpha Lambda Delta, sophomore women's honoray sorority, the executive council of the Jampus Y, and was recently elected to Chimes, national junior wo- men's leadership honorary group. Mr. Lowe is a sophomore at the Washington University School of Medicine and is a member of Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity. He was graduated from Washington University where he was a member of Tau Kappa Epsilan fraternity. While there,, he was elected to the Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Sigma Phi and Tau Pi Epsilon, honorary fraternity and was awarded sophomore honors. Reef Industry Report Leaves a Few Gaps TOKYO (#•)—-Peiplng radio boasts constantly of wonderful things that will be done in industry. The first automoble plant is gong up at Mukden. When will it be done? All Peiping is saying is that ;onstruction this year will be four times greater than last year. Work has started on a second modern cotton mill at Peiping. The 'irst one isn't operating yet. The machint building industry is ;oing 13 times as fast as it did in .949. There's no report on how it was doing in 1949. Or if it was. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Warning Gets Results HARTFORD, Conn, iff)—Harry W. Tisdall of Winchester, Mass., on ;he first leg of a 3,000-mile automobile trip with his family, was jiven a warning for a "minor traffic violaton. Weeks later, he wrote State Policeman Charles Sanga: "Perhaps you wonder if warnings go unheeded and if it pays to give them. For the balance of our 3,000 mile trip, the laws were strictly obeyed. We soon found the trip was a pleasure although we had actually dreaded it. At least once a day during the trip, we saw the remains of a fatal accident which, but for your warning, could have been us." Family Problem SEATTLE (£>)—Joseph E. Loreni is treasurer of the Washington State Nurses' Assn.. and at convention time an objection to his holding the purse string job was voiced by only one member. It was Mrs. Lorens. The trouble, she said, is that "he's always surrounded by women." Lorenz is a teaching supervisor of psychiatric nursing at a veterans' hospital. Cortez named California in 1535. Banquet Given For Members of Temple Israel At i parent's day banquet sponsored yesterday by the Abe Nickol Chapter of B'nai B'rith Youth Group of Temple Israel, at Hotel Noble, Mrs. Jerry Cohen, president of the Women's Chapter, who was recently named Blytheville's Woman of the Year, was presented with an orchid by Leslie Borowsky, a member of the Youth Group. Members of Temple Israel, the Sisterhood, B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge and Women* Chapter presented Mrs. Cohen a silver tray as a token of their appreciation. The presentation of this gift was made by Mrs. William Borowsky, past president of the Women's Chapter. Miss Frances Kohn, president of the Youth Group, named Mrs, Alfred Vise the mother of the Youth Group and presented her with a gift from the group. The Rev. H. L. Robison, pastor of the Luxora Methodist Church, with his mother, wa» an' honored guest at the banquet, and gave the invocation. Rabbi Alfred Vise, spiritual advisor of the youth, served as master' of ceremonies. He introduced the film, "Dinner With the President." This picture was filmed in November of 1953, in Washington, D. C. ( when President Eisenhower received the 1953 American Democratic Legacy Award of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The rabbi pronounced the benediction following the film. Bridge League Series Ends A four-table Howell movement was conducted by the Duplicate! Bridge League on Saturday at Hotel Noble, when the game ended a six-weeks series. Mrs. C. W. Alflick: won the series with 58 percent score. Other winners in the series were Mrs. E. B. Gee, second with 65.5 per cent; Mrs. F. E. Black, second with 56.2 per cent; and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, fourth with 55.9 per cent. In Saturday's games, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Harry W. Haines tied with Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Ferguson for first j place with 47 points. Mrs. A. H. McManus and Mrs. T. J. Barnes won third place with 46 points. ELECTED —.Mrs. S. E. Tune, who is shown with the achievement award won by Blytheville Junior Auxiliary at the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries convention in Biloxi over the week end, has been elected third vice president of the NAJA. (Courier Newt Photo) Contract Club Is Entertained Mrs. G. O. Poetz entertained members of the Friday Contract Club Friday at her home. Roses decorated her entertaining oom for the party. Mrs. Loy Welch won high score, and Mrs. George Pollock won second high and bridgo. Refreshments were served duriner ;he afternoon. Coming Events Monday Rebekah Lodge has 8 p.m. meeting at IOOP Hall. Mrs. K. P. Barker and Mrs. Gus Ebertd are hostesses to the Past Matrons and Patrons Club at the Barker home on Kentucky at 7 p. m. for a pbtluck supper. Tuesday Love Group of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church meets at the home of Mrs. Freeman Robinson at 8 p. m. with Mrs. John Burnett as co-hostess and Mrs. J. D. Davis as program leader. Lass session of Country Club Duplicate Bridge League Tournament is to be played following buffet supper at the club. Mrs. Russell Haynes Parr is hostess to the Tri-Town Club. Tuesday Canasta Club meets with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. Mrs. Max Ursey is hostess to members of La Petite Club. Marion Cook Circle of Trinity Baptist Church has meeting at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has business meeting at 1520 Holly at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. W. H. OTCeefe. Miss Melba Pryor la hostess to the N. N. Bridge Club. Mrs. Phillips Applebaum enter- tains the Octave Club. The IOOF mets at 7:30 p.m. at their club hall. OES has meeting at the Masonic Temple. Charlevoix Chapter of, Daughters of the American Revolution will meet for 1 p.m. luncheon at Hotel Noble. Hostesses will be Mrs. E. B. Woodson and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Wednesday Wednesday Club meets wtih Mrs. H. C. Sims. Mrs. J. C. Ellis is hostess to the Town and Country Club at her home The Delphian Society meets at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. Jack Hale at Armorel for 1 p.m. luncheon. Thursday TLE Club meets with Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Kibitzer Club has meeting with Mrs. Dick J. White, with members'" husbands as guests. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner is hostess to the Thursday Club. Mrs. H. H. Houchins is hostess to the Mid-Week Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Country Club. Friday Organizational meeting of Exemplar members of the Beta Sigma Phi is to be held at 730 p.m. at At PTA Tea Senior mothers will be guests of honor tomorrow at a tea following j the regular high school Parent-' Teachers Association meeting at the school auditorium. Officers to be installed at the meeting are Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, president; Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., vice president; Mrs. Leonard Johnson, treasurer; Mrs. Glenn Ladd, secretary; Mrs. H. C. Bush, program leader, and Mrs. Eugene Still, hospitality chairman. Mrs .Otto Scrape and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway will be hostesses. Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. Max B." Reid invited 25 guests to the Welch home Saturday afternoon for coffee, when they honored Mrs. Winnie Moore of El Paso, Tex., who is the guest of Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. C. C. Smith who Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Tune. Arrangements of roses ,pansies and mixed bouquets were seen throughout the hostesses' home. Refreshments were served during the afternoon which was spent informally. Bits of News f^eraonaf Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn of Union City, Tenn., and their children, Mary Ann and Jimmy, were the guests yesterday of her mother, Mrs. Pearl Hires. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blankenship of Little Rock visited this past week end here with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Miss Rhonda Eaton, Miss Donna Sue Gore and Miss Sally Trieschmann were the guests over the week end of their parents, Mrs. Mary Aliqe Eaton, Mrs. lone Gore and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann. They are all students at Mississippi Southern College, Hattiesburg, and were accompanied home by Miss Nicki Cargyle of Taylorsville, Miss., who also is a student there. Mrs. Jack Tapp was admitted today to Chickasawba Hospital where she will undergo major surgery tomorrow. Mrs. J. A. Davis had as her week end guestg, her children, Mr. and Mrs. James Davis, Les Davis and Mrs. Bob Ethridge, all of Baton Rouge, La. Old Dyers Among the oldest of dyeing processes known is that used in French West Africa. Indigo leaves, charcoal, and water are placed in a 30-foot pit. The cloth to be dyed is then placed in the solution and left from one to ten days. Water of the Gulf of Mexico is about nine degrees warmer than that of the Atlantic Ocean. the Rustic Inn. Venoredi Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. "Olympiad" means the four years between Olympic games. TOSSY CREAM DEODORANT big «1 jar. now only Instantly stops perspiration odor! Cliecks perspiration moisture! Famous Tussy Cream Deodorant protects your daintiness from morning to night. Instantly stops perspiration odor, checks perspiration moisture. Leaves skin smooth. Safe for normal skin and filmiest fabrics. Stays creamy-soft. WOODS DRUG STORE Bouncing putty has been put to work in steel plate and pipe weld- .ng. Painted on the back side of joints before welding, the put;y promotes uniform weld penetration and eliminates the harmful effects of air on the underside of welds. CLEARANCE George Clinton was first governor of New York state, taking of- ice on July 30. 1777. Speed of a glacier can be measured by the movement of an object on its surface. 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