The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1953 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 8, 1953
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1958 BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Af it MulMns, Society Editor 9 phou« 4461 Officers Named For Osceola's Junior Auxiliary OSCEOLA — Appointments of 1^ chairmen for the Osceola Junlo Service Auxiliary are announce today by the'president, Mrs. Wai lace Hoke. Mrs. Bruce Ivy will serve as wel 'fare director with a committe composed of Mrs. Bill Cromer, Mrs E. L. Taliaferro, Mrs. Arthur Hog •rs and, Mrs. Jack Wilson. Finance chairman is to be Mrs John B. White and serving witr her are Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs W. J. Edrington, Mrs. Darrell Cram »nd Mrs. Zeke Pollard. Mrs. P. P. Jacobs, Jr.. has been named publicity chairman and i to be assisted by Mrs. Chal Hen derson, Mrs. Ted Woods and Mrs Ben Butler, Jr. Civic chairman Is Mrs. Roy Cox Her co-worker is Mrs. Don Blod gett. Other officers include Mrs. Roben Pugh, expansion chairman; Mrs Guy Bobbins, legislature projec chairman; Mrs. Jim Hyatt, chairman counselor and by-laws chairman. Yarbro Church. Group Has Meet Mrs. W. D. Hammond entertained members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Mstho- dist Church of Yarbro last night at her home. "More Like the Master," Was used P»s the opening- song, after which ' the hostess gave the devotional, followed by prayer by Mrs. Carl Burton. Mrs. John Johnson taught the third session of a mission study. "Heritage and Destiny." During a business session, the group planned a summer Christmas party. They are to send gifts to the Wesley Community House in Robstown, Tex. Golden age committee for the month of September includes Mrs. Walter Barnes and Mrs. Jim Baughman. In the social hour, Mrs. Hammond served refreshments to the 19 members attending. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed Mrs. Sara Needham, City Mrs. Hulan Faulkner, Manila t , Mrs. Ola Wilson, Armorel. That Wonderful Bolero Mrs. Edward Duncan Bobbie Springer, Edward Duncan Pledge Vows Miss Bobbie Springer, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Spring er of Gosnell, became the bride o Edward Duncan, son of Mrs. Sara! Emerline of Luxora, in a ceremon performed at Hernando. Miss., Aug 24. Mrs. Duncan was formerly em ployed by the Earls Land and Loar Company. Mr. Duncan is employee by the Butler Manufacturing Com pany of Kansas City, Mo., where they are making their home. St. Stephen's Auxiliary Meets Members of the Woman's Auxil- ary of St. Stephen's Episcopa Church met last night at the home if Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, with 3 members and one guest, the Rev IV. J. Fitzhugh, attending. A business session was conducted iy Mrs. E. R. Mason, in which, re>orts were given by officers. Mrs H. J. Fitzhugh gave the devotional. Mrs. J. E. Killett and Mrs. LeRoy luddleston presented the program vhich was dismissed by the Rev. dr. Fitzhugh. Refreshments were served by the ostess in the social hour follow- ng. By Sue Burnett So young and smart—so right for each new season. 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In a business session, plans for the annual congregational dinner, which is to be held Sept. 30, were made. Mrs. J. A. Saliba is to be chairman. Book Review Tea Is Held At Church Here A book review tea was held yes terday afternoon at the First Meth odist Church for 60 members of th Women's Society of Christian Ser vice. Members of Circle One were hosts for the program and tea. Mrs. H. W. Wylie reviewed th book, "The Brothers," by Doroth. Clark Wilson. Mrs. Roy I. Eagle later awarded life memberships t A. C. Haley, Mrs. W. H. Baker and Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. In the business session, it wa announced that the World Day o Prayer will be observed Oct. 26, anc World Community Day on Nov. 6 Mrs. H. C. Bush reported that a study course will be given Sept. 28 :hrough Oct. 1 by Miss Mildred Osment of Jonesboro. A tea was held in fellowship hal following the meeting. Overlaying he long tea table was a white organdy cloth over yellow, holding a,centerpiece of yellow roses. Summer blossoms were used about the roon: Mrs. Mavis Settlemire, WSCS resident, presided at the tea table where punch and cake were served YWA Meeting Conducted Here Miss Adaline Lee was hostess at ler home last night to members of he Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Jhurch. Miss Millie Ann Mallory, presi- lent conducted a short business ses- ion. Mrs. J. L. Westbrook. counselor, nd Miss Lounell Overman gave eports. after which a devotional by liss Mickey Allen was followed by rayers by Missee Cllffie and Lou- lell Overman. Msis Allen conducted the pro- ram, with Misses Mary Webb, liffie Overman, and Millie MalLory ssisting. Following sentence prayere, re- reshments were served. Delphian Society \Aeetings Begin The first fall meeting of the new ear for members of the Deltonian hapter of Delphian Society is to e held tomorrow at Hotel Noble t 10 a.m. Mrs. William Wyatt will serve s program leader for the day's pro-am and Mrs. J. C. Lowe, newly- ected president, will conduct a usiness session. )hawnee PTA Ions Meeting The first meeting of the year For lawnee Parent-Teachers Associa- n is to be held tomorrow at the iiool, it is announced today by rs. Robert Smith, president. [ncluded in the day's activities, 11 be Ei get-acquainted party hon- ng the teachers. PAGE THREB Miss Jo Alice McGmre will be motored by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuire, Thursday fc Fayetteville, Ark., where she wil enroll at University of Arkansas Also leaving Thursday to enroll a the University will be Miss Laura Alice Hemby, who will be taken by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jim Hemby. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold am daughters, Marilyn, Beverly, and Cynthls of Greenville, Miss., spen the week end with Mr. and Mrs J., C. Walters. Mrs. Wayne Dill and daughter John Anna, of Memphis, have arrived here to be the guests of her father, John Foster, for a week, while Mr. Dill is in Louisiana on business. Mrs. Sidney Platt returned from Chicago, where she spent several days. Joe Hagrell of Salt Lake City, Utah, has arrived here to be the guest of Miss Bea Moore. Federal Judge and Mrs. Hoy Harper and daughter, Kate of St. Louis were to leave today for their home after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black. Miss 'Reen Norris will return rom Memphis today, after being the guest of Miss Virginia Brooks and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Brooks for a party last night at ,he Memphis Country Club. She went to Memphis Saturday, accompanied by Samuel P. Walker of Memphis and St. Louis, who had been the guest here of Miss Norris ind her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Faulkner Bill of Memphis will return with her to- lay to be the Norris' guest for sev- ral days. Mrs. Crawford Noble spent the lay yesterday in Jonesboro as guest f her mother. Mrs. Doris Phillips left yester- lay for St. Louis, Mo., where she /111 be employed. She was accom- lanied by her brother, Edward Lee Pipkin, student at Washington Uni- ersity, who had spent the week nd here. Before leaving for St. jouls, Mrs. Phillips and her chil- ren, Chuck, C. A. and Cathy, vis- ted in Avant, Okla., with the chil- rens' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,. R. Phillips, while Mrs. A. J. Pipin visited in St. Louis with her ons, Edward and Fred. Edward ccompanied her home for the week nd. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. E. Daggett of Marianna placed econd in the two-session La Tura •ridge Tournament In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill and his ster, Mrs. Thelma Ogle, spent the eek end in Cave In Rock, 111., and Trinity Circles Conduct Meeting Members of Circle One and Tw of Trinity Baptist Church met « the church yesterday with 17 mem bers and one guest. Mrs. E. T. Wild er attending, and the Business We men s Circle last night was attend ed by H members and one ne' member, Miss Melba Christy an one guest, Mrs. Ernest Horsley. Mrs. M. D. Kcnwright offere the opening prayer In the afternoo meeting, which was conducted b Mrs. B. W. Woolen. Mrs. C. E. Park gave the devotional and Mrs. W. D Crocker dismissed the group wit prayer. Mrs. Bill Boren was hostess t the evening circle with Mrs. Ma Koonce, Sr., teaching the missio study, and Mrs. Max Koonce, Jr offering the opening prayer. Church Meeting Is Conducted Thirteen members of tile Wo men's Society of Christian Servic of Lake Street Methodist Church gathered at the church last nigh for a business meeting. Mrs. Joe Thomas presented a de votional, "The Statues of The Sow er," assisted by Mrs. Don Lutz .and Mrs. V. E. Gregory. After Mrs Thomas offered prayer, she read a poem, In keeping with the devotion' al. "Behold the Sower." Mrs. Robert McMaster conducted a Christmas In September program and gifts were offered to be sent to the Wesley Communits House in Robstown, Tex. Mrs. Thomas gave the benediction isited relatives n route home. in Paducah, Ky., Osceola Teachers Are to Be Guests OSCEOLA — The Osceola Parent-Teachers Association will hold its annual open house for the teachers Sunday afternoon from three to five o'clock at the Elementary school. Hospitality committee Is made up of Mrs. Joe Applebaum and Mrs. Hyman Welnger. Mrs. Bob Bailey is chairman of decorations. Music is to be presented and refreshments served. On Sept. 20, the teachers will again be complimented when open house will .be held at the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. P. D. Johnson is chairman of the arrangements. The hours will also be three to five in the afternon. Detecting Popularity for THE CHEROKEE Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson, Mrs. '. A. Afflick and Mr. and Mrs. arry W. Haines attended the •iclge tournament at Hotel Pea- ody this week end. Miss Lilly Ma.e McDermott spent le week end in Paducah, Ky, as le guest of Miss Mildred Hay- ood- Mrs. Betty Hall and her son, icky, left Sunday for Balboa, alif.. to make their home. Air. and Mrs. Maurice Lullrell moved yesterday to Maiden, Mo., to make their home. They formerly resided at 707 West Illinois. Warren McClure left Sunday, ac- compnnied by his parents, for Russellville, where he will resume his studies at Ark".«s:.s Tech. They were accompanied by Oakie Ropp, also a sopnomore student at Tech, and Albert Fail-field, who accompanied them as far as Little Rock en route to Dallas, where he Is a student at Southern Methodist University. Pvt. William E. Simpson of Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Tex., was the week end guest of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cable motorei their son, Eugene, to Jonesborc Sunday, where he entered Arkan sas State College as a freshman student. JDC Luncheon, Meeting Planned Tomorrow will mark' the first neeting of the year of the United daughters of the Confederacy when a 12:30 p.m. luncheon will be held at the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Miss Margaret Wright has planned a talk for the group, on the part women played during the Civil War In smuggling. A program of musical numbers has also been planned. Coming Events Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has first fall meeting with Mrs. Orlie Parker as hostess at 7:30 p.m. in her home at 2001 Hearn Street. Wednesday Mrs. Louis Partridge is hostess to members of the C and Q Bridge Club. Yarbro PTA has general meeting at the school at 2:30 p.m. preceded by an executive board meeting: at 2 p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. UDC-.ias 12:30 p.m. luncheon at Hotel Noble. Friday Junior Auxiliary's Fashion Show Tea is to be presented at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Carl R Long entertains members of the Stitch and Chatter Club at her home at 222 West Kentucky at 7:30 p.m. OSCEOLA NEWS By ftsttyi Nell* Starr Mrs. Johnson Hostess Places were set for seven gues Tuesday when Mrs. P. D. John: entertained for luncheon at h home on West Driver. Seated aroun the dining table were Mrs. Join son, Mrs. D. Ohlendorf, Mrs. A. W Bowen, Mrs. Bob Bailey. Mrs. Maui Hudson, Mrs. Vernon Johnson an Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr. An arrangement of blue budel and yellow daisies in a low cryst bowl centered the table. A frle chicken plate with blueberry tar for dessert was served. The afternoon was spent Informa ly. Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Bob 'kendrick was hoste :o her bridge club Wednesday afte noon for a dessert course precedii the bridge games. Mrs. Zeke Pollard played with tr- members. Mrs. Wade Quinn Mrs. Mevlin Speck were prize win ners of the club. Mrs. Wlldy Entertains Mrs. Wilbur Wildy entertained he >ridge club Wednesday afternoon She invited Mrs. O. T. Rlchardso >f Tulsa and Mrs. Guy Newcom o play with the members. Vivl •eel verbenas were used to decorat ho small tables in the living roon ind to center the dining room tabli She served a dessert course. Give Buffet Supper Mrs. Charlie Lowrance and Mr: Frank Williams entertained wit: buffet supper Wednesday nigr n Mrs. Williams' country home lonoring Mr. and Mrs. Snow Wil on before the young couple lef or their new home In Fayetteville Centering the lace-draped din ng table was an arrangement o oses and snap dragons. Followin; he supper, the fifteen couples spen he evening dancing. 3orcas Class Has Meeting- at Church Members of the Dorcas Class o IB First Baptist Church met at the hurch Friday for a business meet ig, conducted by Mrs. M. W. Lew s, president. Miss Cordelia Wilhite opened. On eeting with a prayer, and Mis !azel Brannen discussed a new an of election of officers with the roup. Reports were given, followed b; le devotional by Mrs. Victoria •ilbert, whose subject was "Dis ontentment." Mrs. N. W. Brlgham smissed them with prayer after hich the 11 members were serve{ ^freshments by the hostesses . E. E. Alexander, Mrs. H. L, hampers and Mrs. W. W. Watson. Gas Installation Put Your Heating In Now! —Up to 3 Years to Pay— FREE ESTIMATE Phone 4591 or Come In Montgomery Ward Which one has that MONTHLY LOOK? N ° fo°!in'l ... the Cherokee I, », fl CI j M( , M It looks! Soft Leather manipulated dnalc for you to wear for complimcnti and complements. Into TOY* fftliNDir SHOI SIOM re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUBS, WED & THURS foraw. Confess EYES SHOW CRAMPS, "NERVES", MISERY You, too, may not be able to hide that tired, nervous, jittery look each month no matter how much "make-up" you use. 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Arid N hnr ««?* in IT fur* bub*f -AND- PLUS CARTOON Club 36 to Meet Club 38 will have its bimonthly dinner dance at the Delta Club Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebaum are chairmen of the host committee, others Include Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chisenhall, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pope, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Fraz- ler, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Cobb. Pitch Club Meeti The Widows Pitch Club met Thursday night with Mrs. Ed Shippen. Miss Ruth Massey was a guest. Fresh blueberry pie topped with whipped cream and coffee was served upon the arrival of the guests. Arrangements of varl-colored asters were placed about the living room. Centering the dining table was a low crystal bowl filled with red radiance roses and red verbenas. Winning top scores were Mrs. Tinsley Drlvver and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr. Canasta Club Meets Mrs. Tal Tongate was hostess to the Town and Country Canasta Club at her country home Thursday. Mrs. O. E. Massenglll, Mrs. Lloyd Godley and Mrs. Guy Bryant were guests. Mrs. Tongate served luncheon. Personals Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Jones and Miss Ruth Massey drove to Brunswick, Tenn., Sunday, where they attended the Centennial celebration at the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Mrs. Jones opened the program with a prayer. An old-fashioned ,basket picnic lunch was served at noon on the church lawn. Mr. and Mrs. James Florida havi returned home from a vacation trip to Flint and Detroit. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Stev* Bassett of Forrest City. One of thi highlights of their trip was sightseeing In Canada for a day. They returned home Sunday night. Mrs. Joe Rhodes, jr., and daughters, Jean and Ann, shopped In Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Snow Wilson left Friday for Fayetteville, where they will attend the university this fall. Mrs. Bob Gillesple accompanied them and will spend several days with them in their apartment. Billy Alexander drove over with them to attend rush week at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silverfield and Mr. and Mrs. Koath "Harwarg are home from St. Louis where they spent several days on business. Mrs. David Gwaltney was in Memphis Tuesday for a day where she met a former University of Tennessee classmate, Miss Kathleen Green of Lowden, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Pharro announce the birth of a daughter Tuesday at Methodist Hospital In Memphis. Miss Emily Mason left Monday io begin her seventh year of teaching at West Memphis. Miss Mason teachers second grade. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Wiley of Glendale, Calif., who are visiting in Mem- ihis, drove to Osceola and sprr.t the day Saturday. Mrs. Wiley is the forme* Miss Kathleen Lawrence of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Driver announce ;he birth of a daughter Friday at the feval Hospital in Millington. 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