The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 19, 1953
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLI.E' (ARK.) COURIER SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1953 QC4& p»t MulMn», Socwty Editor 9 Phon« 4461 Northeast Arkansas Toufnament Planned by Bridge League Here October 16-18 will mark the third annual Northeast Arkansas Championships sponsored by the , Blytheville Duplicate Bridge Association, to be held at Hotel Noble in the Mirror Room. Membership in the American Contract Bridge League, or one of its recognized units, is necessary for participation in all masterpoint events. Winners in all events will be given prizes for permanent possession in addition to custody of the traveling trophies to be awarded for possession for one year. Defending champions in the tournament include Mrs. W. L. Terry and Mrs. Monroe Solomons, mixed pair, holding the Clara Martin traveling trophy; Mrs. A. F. Latura and Mrs. C. G. Cidy, women's pair, holding the Ruth Edwards traveling trophy; Curtis Finch and-Murray Harris, men's pair, holding the Sullivan-Nelson traveling trophy; and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Cody, open pair, holding the First National Bank traveling trophy. Chairman of the tournament is Mrs. W. A. Afflick and director will be J. M. Mathews of Dallas, Tex. Osceola Progressive Club Plans Meeting To Be Held at Library DSCEOLA — Preparations are being made for the first meeting of the Osceola Progressive Club to be held at the library building Tuesday afternoon. Hostesses for the meeting will Mrs. V. E. Harlan, chairman. Mrs H. J. Levenstein, Mrs. Joe Apple baum, Mrs. Robert Chiles and Mrs L. K. Harwarg. There will be a bulb exchange fol lowing the program. Mrs. Charli Hale will be chairman of the ex change. Mrs, William Ellas will hav charge of the program. Topic, fo the first meeting will be "Meet You: Club." Refreshments will be served afte: the meeting. Following the meeting the Junior Garden Club will mee at the library" building from 3:30 tc 4:30 p.m. This will be the initia meeting for the Juniors. Children from 9 to 15 who havi mothers In the Progressive Club are eligible to join the junior club. Birthday Club Is Entertained Honoring Mrs. Marvin Lane on her birthday, Mrs. P. S. Parker entertained at her home Thursday night for members of the C and N Birthday Club with 10 attending. Guests included Mrs. Richard Meacham of Chicago, the houseguest of Mrs. Charley Lutes, and Mrs. Mottle Marvel of Rome, Ga., who Is visiting Mrs. Phillip Applebaum. A lace cloth overlaid the dining room tafile, at which guesta were seated, and flowers In fall colors provided R centerpiece. The evening was spent Informal ly following dinner. The Latest In Weskits Sue Burnett One of the most popular styles you'll see this new season is the debonair weslcit. Teamed here with j a simple, slim skirt, it is tailored j as carefully as a man's vest. Pattern No. 8882 s a sew-rite per- • forated pattern in sizes 10, 12, 14,; 16, 18, 20. Size 12, weskit, '« yard j of 54-inch; skirt, I'.i yards. I For this pattern, send 30c in j COINS, your name, address, size de- i sired, and the PATTERN NUM- ! BER to Sue Burnett, Courier Newfi, ] 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, III. Basic FASHION for '53, Pall and ] Winter, is a complete guide in plan- ' ning a practical eew-simple ward- ] robe. Gift pattern printed inside ; the book. Send 25c today. NEED A PAINT JOB? Average 5 room house 2 coats paint — materials furnished — $90. Average room — 1 coat inside — $12. 10 Years Experience and Blytheville Reference CALL WOODY 2726 Ladies Day Luncheon Held For 50 Club OSCEOLA. — Ushering In the first of the autumn activities at the 50 Club was the Ladles Day luncheon held this week at the club. Eighteen members were present. Guests of the club were Mrs. Russell Harrison of Brlnkley, Ark., Mrs. A. S. Gainings, Sr., Mrs. Boh Heidy and Mrs. Don Blodgett. Pal! blooming asters in shades of pink and rose were used on the small tables in the Pine Room, where they were entertained. The afternoon was spent in playing canasta and bridge. Bits of News Mrs. Perminter Is Complimented Mrs. Edith Perminter was complimented Thursdny night at the home of Mrs. W. A. Norman, when Mrs. Norman nnd Mrs. Boyd Tomllnson •ntertnlncd for her on her birthday. Several of her friends were Invited for the evening's Informal entertainment. After gifts were displayed, the lostesses served birthday cake and ced drinks. Auxiliary Holds Business Meeting Members of the Ladles Anxllhry, if Locnl G68 met Thursday evening it Cnrpentcrs Hall for a business neetlng. Mrs. J. B. Anderson, vice presl- !cnt, conducted the -business scs- ion In the nbsense of the president, Irs. Jnnle Ross. A social hour wns held following he business session. Mrs. C. C. Lee and Mrs. J. M Gilliespie of DyersDurg, Tonn have returned lo their home lol lowing a few' days visit with thei sister, Mrs. G. W. Diliahunty. Mrs. O. S. Crowcll. Mrs. C. M Gray, Mrs. O. W. DillahlllUy anr Mrs. Vernon Tliomasson sp Thursday In Memphis, where Mrs Crowcll underwent treatment. Mr. and Mrs. James Noblvut. 816 Illinois announce the birth of daughter yesterday aiternoon Methodist Hospital In Memphis Their first child, she has been nam ed Molly Melinda. Miss Millie Ann Mallory and Mist Cliffie Overman are spending to day in Memphis. Ira Neely Koonco, Larry Lutz Waddy Moore, and E. B. Gee, Jr. who were here for the weddir-j 01 Miss Mary Jo Eaton and Pat Burks have returned to the University o Arkansas. Miss Peggy Zachary, a studcnl it Arkansas Stale College, Is expected to arrive home this after loon to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zachry. Miss Marilyn Dougherty nnd Miss Carrie Sue Haynes, who are stu- lents at Blue Mountain College Miss., have been accepted in the Moclenlan Society following rush week which ended there today. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Burks, who ave returned home following >rief wedding trip, will leave to- norrow for University of Arkarv las, where Mr. Burks is a senior. Condition of Mrs. Prank Nelson, who underwent a major operation esterday at Baptist Hospital in ilemphls, is reported to be satis- actory. Mr. Nelson and their aiik'hter, Miss Janet Nelson, are ilnnning to spend today and tomor- ow there with her. Mrs. James Bryant spent Thursday in Dyersburg. Tenn. Visiting: in Memphis yesterday were Mrs. John Caudlll, Mrs. Pred Fleeman. Mrs. Don Smith and Mrs. G. W. Pyles. , Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hepburn of Ottwa, 111., who are former residents of Blytheville, left yesterday for their home, after spending several days here as the gilests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe and family. At the Hospitals SOC AT The Hospittal Roz Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Linda Williams, City Coming Events Saturday Cotillion Club has first fall dunce of Hie season at Hotel Noble at B p.m., preceded by 8:30 p.m. business session. , Hosts and hostesses ore Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Logan, Mr. mid Mrs. Worth Holder, Mr. and Mrs. Max u.-,rey, and Mr. and Mm. Mac WDite. Monday Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church meets In groups as follows: Hope Group with Mrs. Wc-ller Stiles at 2 p. m. with Mrs. Jnmes Terry us program lender; Faith Group with Mrs. Albert Taylor at 2 p. in. with Mi's. Eric Whilley as program leader. Circles One and Two of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Bap- list Church meet jointly at the rhurch tor 1 p. m. covered dish incheon, followed by Royal Service program. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets at the church at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook la hostess to members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. Woman's Mlslonary unilon of the First Bnptist Church has a 10:30 a. m. meeting at the church to observe the season of Prayer for Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a •narriage license from the office of lie county clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Slythe Parker: Milton Morgan of Blytheville and lllirley Ann Fisher of Rockford. Biggest Tax Bill SAN FRANCISCO (/PI — California ns paid the blggrst state tax bill of any state In 1852. The total for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1(153 was $1.300.620,192, up 3.6 per cent from the previous year. 43 Per Cent Substandard NEW ORLEANS W) — The Commission Council planned to establish minimum housing standards after a survey showed that 43 per co.nt of the city's 113,000 houses were siih-stiuidnrd. State Missions, followed by a 12 o'clock luncheon. Women's Society of Christian ServicfcR of First Methodist Church meets m Circles as follows: Circle One with Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker at 1913 West Hearn; Circle Two with Mrs. George Hale, with Mrs. H. C. Parham as co-hostess; Circle Three with Mrs. G\is Bherdt at 1113 West Hearn, with Mrs. R. N. Hill as co- hojtesss; Circle Four with Mrs. W. B. Campbell at 1122 West Main; Circle Five with Mrs. Henry Humphreys at 819 West Main; Circle Six with Mrs. F. E. Black at 911 | West Main; nnd Circle Seven with Mrs. W. M. Jontz, at 1138 West Ash. Circles One through Six meet at 3 p. m., with Circle Seven meeting t 8 p. m. Mrs. H. D. Hearnsberger is hostess at the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble to members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episco- ial Church. Women of the First Presbyterian Church have general meeting at. :30 p. m. at the church for pro- ram. Woman's Society of Christian iervice of Lake Street Methodist Church has weekly meeting. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge .eague has meeting at the club. Tri-Town Club is to be entertain- d by Mrs. Newton Whitis. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club Mrs. Phillip Applebaum is host- ss to Octave Club Members. Wednesday . Dcltonlan Chapter of Delphian oclcty has 10 a. m. meeting at Ho:! Noble. Club Eight Is to be entertained by Mrs. R. C. Allen. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at. Hotel Noble. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nellc Slarr pital for. the past week, was returned to his home Thursday. Capt. A. E. Hook returned home Friday from the Far East where were covered by 'he was stationed with the Air Force, since October, 1852. After a 30- Mn. Butler HoBteH Mra. Gene Butler was hostess to her club Wednesday. A dessert course was served at the small tables which green cloths. Fall foliage was used to add a seasonal air to. the party. Mrs. Barbara Walker was the only guest. Pitch Club Meets Antique cups and saucers filled with mlnature blossoms centered the small tables where members of the Widows Pitch Club were served a dessert course. , Mrs. Maude Hudson was hostess. She invited Mrs. Ed Bowles, Mrs. George Doyle and Mrs. Bob Cromer lo play at the club. Mrs. Cromer won high guest prize, and Mrs. Tlnsley, high club prize, and Mrs. V. C. Colbert second. ZOth Century Club The 20th Century Club met at the Dixie Club Wednesday night. The hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tompklns, Mr. and Mrs. Monro Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tea ford and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Nee Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bradley wer guests. Personals , Mrs. W. B. Flanagan, Mrs. Made line Campbell and Miss Mary Ellz abeth Balloue were In Memphi Wednesday to see Mrs. W. B. Ed rington, who is a patient in thi Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Russell Harrison of Brink ley is visiting her sister, Mr: Roy Cox. Tim Bowles who has been a pa tient in the Osceola Memorial Hos day leave, he will report to Stewart Field in Nashville, Tenn., where he will be stationed. Mrs. Hook and their small son, Eddie, will join him In Nashville. WILSON NEWS By MBS. B. F. BOYLES . La. Nuove Club is ta meet Vtth Mrs. Ben Mac White. Vendrecti Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Richard Osborne. Mrs. Johnny White is hostess to members of the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Herman Turner entertains at the Razorback for members of tthe TLE Club. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has meeting at the home of Mrs". Ted Green at 408 South Franklin alt 7:30 p. . Saturday City Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Sunday Concert is to be given at High School auditorium, featuring the Marked Tree Girls Ensemble directed by G. L. (Pop) Hodge and the Blytheville High School Swing DYESS NEWS By MRS. J. L. JACOBS Mr. nnd Mrs. Delbert Prentice hnd as their guests Monday, hei son, Hoyette Hodnett, and family from Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Skaggs have returned from Barksdale, La. where he received his discharge from the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs, Vance Montgomery visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs V. M. Montgomery, at Walnut Ridge over the week end. Bill Freeman has returned to Pontiac after several days at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Prentice had as their guests through the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Tllman Hairston from Prescott, Ark., nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Donzal Hodnett of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. Hoyce Hodnett and children of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Montgomery of LepEinto spent Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Skaggs spent Monday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Montgomery. Mrs. Helen Ford and son of Wilson spent Wednesday in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hargraves. Mrs. Delbert Prentice was a dinner guest Wednesday evening of Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. She had spent the afternoon with Mrs. Clarence Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs were in Osceola Wednesday afternoon. Miss Ollie Paye Harris of Memphis spent last week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harris. Band, directed by Robert Lipscomb. The 3 p. m. benefit concert is sponsored by Temple Israel Sisterhood. ONLY GOD CAN BRINC PEACE OF MIND EVERLASTING JOY SOUL SALVATION © THERE'S A PLACE FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth and Walnut Streets REVIVAL CLIMAX SUNDAY, SEPT. 20 Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor Evangelist Mrs. Harold Davis Mrs. C. M. Smart Music Director • Organist Hear the Message of God's Love from the Pages of God's Word Sunday School 9:40 A.M. Attendance Goal: 600 Morning Evangelistic Service 10:55 A.M. Baptist Training Union . . 6:30 P.M. Attendance Goal: 250 Evening Evangelistic Hour .7:30 P.M. Nurseries open for pre-school age children at all regular services of the Church. Rev. E. C. Brown Bride Club Meets Mrs. L. T. Stotts was a guest when Mrs. Joe Brown Gwyn entertained her Tuesday Night Bridge Club at her home this week. Pall flowers were used in floral arrangements in the entertaining room. Mrs. Stotts took top honors in the games; Mrs. Garland, second; Mrs. Jerry Cullom, low; and Mrs. J. J. Bussey, bridgo. 7ne hostess served a salad plate. Bride Complimented Mrs. Donald Elslander, recent bride, was complimented When Mrs. Arnold McDaniel, Miss Doris Lou Smith and Miss Dot Russell entertained with a kitctoen shower in her honor Tuesday night at the McDaniel home. Sixteen guests were present. WSCS Meets The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodis Church, afternoon circle, met Tiles day at the home of Mrs. Elstner D Beall. Mrs. Gilbert Wiley, prograir leader, was assisted in presenting, the program on "Abundant Life fo Rural People" by Mrs. C. H Buchanan, Mrs. Bentley Rhodes Mrs. H. W. Gilbert and. Mr leorge Goodson. During the business session, ar rangements were made for church to be conducted this wee!* and plans for a study course t oe held in October were discussed Mrs. Roy Stobaugh will be charge of the study. Nineteen were present. Attend Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and Mr. and Mrs. Russie Perry attend cd a family reunion at the home of their cousin, Mrs. Douglas Cor bitt, in Memphis Sunday. WBIIJ Meets Thirty-one members of the Bnp :st Women's Missionary Union mel >r the Royal Service Program Wednesday night at the church. vas a part of the study course being: conducted this week by the WM0. Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe was leader in the punel dltcmslon on the program theme "What Is (h« Ad- vanctd Program Doing to Us". The meeting opened with group singing. The devotional was given by Mrs. Thomas Barnes and Mrs. Lamar McDaniel with a verse of a song by Mrs. McDaniel following each verse of scripture read by Mrs. Barnes. Mrs. John Manker and Mrs. Glen Wheeler presented a duet "How Long Must We Wait". Assisting Mrs. Bledsoe In the discussion were Mrs. Joe Brlgance, Mrs. H. G. Yates'Sr., Miss Dorothy Dobson, Miss eBtty Shlpman, tin. Donald Kay, Mrs. Manker, Mn, Harry Bufkta, Mrs. Richard Perk- Ins and Mrs. Jack Henderson. The closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Bledsoe. Personals Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lovett.and sons, John and Jim, spent the week end with relatives in Shaw, »nd Parchman, Miss. Airman First Class Eugene Ninon, son of .Mr. «nd Mrs. W. H. Nixon, has arrived home for a Jo-day, visit with his parenes. Mr. Nixon has spent the past year in Korea. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! 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