The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 2, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, oce Pit MulMni, Society Editor ty 9 Phoa« 4461 Band Mothers Meeting Is Conducted Visitor Is Guest Of Honor at Dessert Bridge Mrs. Rouse Harp entertained yesterday at the Rustic Inn with a des- eert bridge party complimentim; Mrs. Victor Bruce of Memphis. Bith are houseguests of their aunt, Mrs. C. A. Tant. Three-tables of guests were In attendance at the pink and white party. Small pink and white blossoms were combined to form small centerpieces for the card tables. Furthering the pink and white theme, were the rainbow parfaits served upon the arrival of the guests. In the bridge games conducted later in the afternoon, Mrs. W. T, Rainwater won first and bridge- prizes, Mrs. Coleman Stevens won second and Mrs. Bruce was presented a gift by the hostess. Mrs. Holder Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Worth Holder was hostess a the Razorback Drive-In yesterda; afternoon, when members of thi Tri-Town Club were entertained. - Mrs. Holderls guests included Mrs Walter Day, Mrs. R. E. Green an' Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, Guests were served a desser course upon their arrival, and spen the afternoon in playing bridge. Winners were Mrs. Green, who won top honors, Mrs. Garrard Caudill, who won second, and Mrs Day, who won bridgo. Company Picnic Given at Park Employes of the Life Insurant Company of Georgia were entertained Saturday afternoon at Walker Park, when 30 guests attended picnic and barbecue supper. Guests other than employes o, the company were Miss Nancy Housi and Rowland Faust. The afternoon was spent in informal entertainment. Harold Lewis, Jr., Has Birthday Party Harold Lewis, Jr-, son of Mr. anc Mrs. H. T. Lewis, celebrated his first birthday yesterday afternoon on ri the lawn of his home, when about 14 children and their mothers attended. Brightly colored balloons and streamers were used in profusion to decorate the yard, where the children played informally after four in the afternoon. The birthday cake and ice cream were served from a long table overlaid with white and decorated in keeping with the bright colors. Hats, horns, balloons and other favors were passed out to the children. Coming Events Wednesday C and Q Club has meeting with Mrs. Tom Bosmeyer. Mrs. Otto Scrape Is hostess to members of Club Eight. Thursday TLE Club has meeting at the Ra- Eorback with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Mrs. N. G. Jerome is hostess to La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Ladies Auxiliary of Local 688 has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Carpenters Hall. Friday Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church has meeting at the church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. W. W. Watson, Mrs. H. L. Chambers and Mrs. E. Alexander are hostesses. . Monitors of the Band Mothers Club gathered at the home of Mrs. Paul jobe for a called meeting Monday night to elect a president and vice president to fill the vacancies to be made by Mrs. C. A. Hindmim and Mrs. Warren Moxley. Mrs. Moxley, retiring vice president, conducted the election, in which Mrs. Joe Ferguson was elected president, Mrs. S. C. Owens was elected vice president and Mrs. Harry Bradley, parliamentarian. In other business, the coming year's projects were discussed. It was reported that the organization has purchased a new bass horn Mr the band. Finns were made for the popcorn ioncession at home games and a telephone committee was set up to increase attendance. Bob Lipscomb, director of the Blytheville High School Band gt\vo report on the band, and announced that 62 students are to go )y bus to Cape Girardeau for the National Championship Drum and Bugle Corps program Wednesday. The group agreed to conduct six meetings in homes, and two at the school, with programs given by the )and at the school meetings. Mrs. Charles McWaters is hostess for the September meeting. Colleen Me New Is Engaged to L D. Owen Miss Colleen McNew is to become the bride of L. D. Owen of Walnut Ridge Sept. 5, It is announced today. They will be married at the First Methodist Church In Conway, and will spend a week's wedding trip before returning to Walnut Ridfte, where Mr .Owen is assistant FHA supervisor. .¥.4?"s^ £,.•*"£":*£ ™;me,'';;;•*;;,•;• to wivT to u : Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zachry and children, Raymond, Jr., and Peggy, have returned from pe Queen, Ark., where they spent a few days with friends and relatives. Cynthia Ann is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wcstbrook, Jr., for their first child, who wns torn Saturday at Ihe Walls Hospital. Miss Westbrook, who was taken home today, is the former Miss Pat Besharse. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Berryman and children, Charlotte and Charles Abbott, moved today to Memphis to make their home, where Mr. Bcrryman Is associated with Swift and Company. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Jack daughters, Annette and LaR Duplicate League Meets at Club Blythevllle Country Club w«s the scene last night for a three-table Howell movement played by members of the Duplicate Bridge League, when a weekly meeting was held. Mrs. W. A. Affllck and Mrs. B. A. Lynch won the top honors last night's ?ame, with second place going to Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Harry W. Haines, »nd thlr.d place to Mrs. P. D- Poster, Jr., and Mrs. R. C. Allen. Animals of the deer family, such as elk, nioose and reindeer, have antlers and shed them regularly. Cattle, buffalo and antelope have horns. Dowell. Mr. and Mrs. Albert son and Schcncctedy, N. Y., have arrl iRiiP nf be the Bueste of Mr, Saliba'; artue, ui _. . ,,__ T . t, ... Birthday Club Has Dinner Party Mrs. Clyde O'Neal was hostess at her home for a dinner party last night complimenting Mrs. Clayton Holder on her birthday, when members of the Y. M. Birthday Club were entertained. The birthday cake's colors, pink and white were carried out throughout the hostess' home with a profusion of sweetpeas. Dinner was served buffet style, and guests were then seated in the living room at small tables, carrying out the pink and white color scheme. Following dinner the evening was spent informally and Mrs. Holder was presented with a gift from the club. Fash ion Show • To Be Presented New fall clothes will be seen tomorrow night when Blythcvllle's Darling Shop stages a fashion ehow and style contest. Some 30 models of nil ages will wear the new clothes. Out-of-town judges will select three winners as best models and these will be given the clothes they wear In the show- Other prizes also will be given. The hour-long showing Is to begin at 8 o'clock. Arkansas State College, where she majored In Home Economics. She has been home demonstration agent for South Mississippi County for the past year. Mr. Owen is a graduate of the University of Arkansas. Several of the Home Demonstration Clubs have been hosts for Showers and parties given for Miss McNew. Mrs. Hubert Seymour's home in Joiner was the scene of a surprise shower Monday given by the Bardstown club, with 16 members attending. After games were played, and refreshments were served, the group presented her Man spread. Ancient Game Backgammon Is the modern adaptation of one of the most ancient of all games, dating back as ar as 3000 B.C., according to the Encyclopedia Britnnnlca. Luncheon Is Given For Mrs. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Claude Duncan entertained at their home Sunday with a luncheon honoring her sister, Mrs. Ora Brooks of San Diego, Calif., who has spent several weeks here with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Tomiinson and other relatives. Twenty eight members of the family attended the affair including Mrs. Brooks' sister, Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson, and her brother, C. D. Tomlinson, and families. The Fredonia Gas Light and Water Works Company was the first natural gas corporation in the United States. It was organized in 1858. re. Al R CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m v Admission l<lc & 39c At Af) Times WED & THURS Double Feature f •...„,* TECHNICOLOR ~" iTAiTOR-TAYLOR-FONTAINE^Pi —AND— The EAST SIDE KIDS CARTOON — Cruise Cat -NOTICE- Sue Francis extends an invitation to all her friends and patrons to visit her at her new location. • ^ * Modern Beauty Salon 111 North Second Phone 3132 "Where Your Business Is Appreciated" Mildred Vincent OPERATORS: Sue Francis (Owner) Marie Crcacy Baptist Circles Meet in Home Members of Circles Three and Four of Business Women's Circles of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. C. S. Birmingham last night for a Royal Service program on stewardship. Meeting with the 11 members were two guests, Mrs. Sadie Cunningham and Miss La Veil Stanley. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Zou- llne Powell, followed by the song, "Onwar.d Christian Soldier," by the group. Mrs. Georgic Hodge directed the program and was assisted by Mrs. Howard Caldwell, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Bdrie Galnes, Mrs. Ann Ouer- lan, Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove, Mrs. Mary May, Miss Jean Norman, Miss Lucinda Cole, Mrs. Birmingham and Mrs. J. H. Melton. Following prayer, refreshments were served. Sir Christopher Wren laid the first stone of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, in 1675; 35 years later, his son, another Christopher, laid the last stone. morrow to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shlrin and family for a few days. Mrs. Jackson is a sister of Mr. Shinn. Mrs. William E. Lewis and daughter, Linda, of Chicago, 111., and Mrs. Howard Taylor and son, Phil, of Essex, Mo., spent a few days here with their cousin, Mrs. B. C. Bailey and Mr. Bniley. Mrs. Taylor, who has had as her guests, the Baileys' daughters, Anne and Susan, brought them home. Mr. and Mrs. Reece Moore re- Saliba of ved to parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A, Saliba for eight days. Mrs. C. C. Councille was to be in Memphis today to be with her father, Joe P. Pride, Sr., who is a patient at the Veterans Hospital In Memphis, where his condition is reported ot be unchanged. Mrs. Pride is with him. Miss 'Been Norris and Faulkner Bill of Memphis attended the Deltii Cotillion Club dance in Tunica, Miss., last night. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan have returned from a trip to Ohio, East Side Garden Club Has Meeting Mrs. P. B. Jarratt enterUlned members of the East Sid« Garden Club yesterday ifternoon at the Dogwood Club. Following th« opening of the meeting by Mrs. A. D. Prleit, president, Mrs. Iverson Morris ottered prayer. The hostess read a poem "All Things Bright and Beautiful. 1 In the business lesslon, a nominating committee, composed of Mrs Leonard Smith, Mrs. D. B. Abbott and Mrs. W. O. Anderson, was »p pointed. Mrs. B. A. Bugg led a discussion on house plants, Mrs. Lee Stiles discussed materials for winter bouquets and Mrs. Leonard Smith gave illustrations of driftwood arrangements. In yesterday's arrangement contest, Mrs. Smith won first and third places, with second going to Mrs. Lee Stiles. turned from a vacation trip along Canada and Lake Manatou, Ind. the Gulf. They visited Mr. Moore's brother. Herman Moore and family in Houston, Tex., and spent a few days at Galvcston, Tex. U. S. Blankenship and son, Koehler, Bill Stovall, Sr., Ben Hall, Cobe Bowers, the Rev. Malcolm Griffin and 1 Mr. and Mrs. LeHoy Carter and son, Billy, left yesterday for a 15-day hunting trip to Casper and Jackson Hole, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs., Dewey Sheppard and daughter, Bonnie, are vacationing for two weeks in New Orleans and points along the coast. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Spaeth, Jr., have returned from a two weeks' vacation spent In Georgia, and along the coast of Mississippi and Florida. The P.ev. Harvey T. Kidd Is expected to return home today from Little Rock, where he attended the Presbyterian Synod's Council meet- Ing. He Is chairman of the stewardship committee. For the Labor Day weekend, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bailey are to have as their guests, Mrs. Bailey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mc- Mullln, her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. James L. McMullln, all of Kansas City, Mo. Dr. L. F. Hubener, who recently moved to Baltimore, has returned here because of the illness ot his mother, Mrs. Albert Hubener. Mrs. Hubener and the children leave today for Baltimore. They will be motored to Memphis by Mrs. John Mc- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Barnett, Jr. Mrs. Frank Corley and daughter Lou Ann of Galveston, Tex., and Mrs. Kenneth McCoin have returned to their homes after a few days here. They were called because of the death of H, E, Barnett, Sr. While here they visited In the homes of Mrs. E. A. Fisher, Mrs. Barnett's mother, and with Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Husband. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowe and sons, Jerry and James Cecil, II, returned from a 10-day trip to Daytona Beach, Fla. En route home yesterday they stopped in Memphis to visit Mr. Lowe's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Lowe, and Mrs. C. W. Maddox. Mr. and Mr. Johnny P. Hocott, Jr.. of Baton Rouge, La., spent the past several days With Mr. Hocott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hocott, and his brother, Lloyd Hocott. They were en route to the American Veterans National Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. Miss Jean Phillips will leave this week end for Jonesboro, where she will be a sophomore at Arkansas State College. Mrs. Ora Brooks has returned to her home in San Diego, Calif., after visiting with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson, her .sisters, Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson, and Mrs. Claude Duncan, and her brother, C. D. Tomlinson, and families. Music Recital To Be Presented A piano recital is to be presented tomorrow night at 8 p.m. by Johnnie Gene Middleton. 16-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Middleton of Steele. The recital is to be presented at the Steele High School audiorium. Assisting Johnnie will be Patricia West, soprano, 15-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. West, also of Steele. They are student* of Mrs. O. T. Coil-of Steele. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license in the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: J. W. Nimmo and Bonnie Jean McFall, both of Manila. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Jim Thompson, Jr., Armorel. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., an baby, city. Mrs. Bobby White and baby, Ma nila. As much ii $38,000,000 worth ol I Comstock mine, In Nevada, t4 Mg ore it y«r wu tnken from the I production peak. 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