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September 23, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1961 Society P»t Muliiu, Sdcirty Editor t Phone 4461 Wilson Club Plans Meeting for Oct. 1 WILSON — The Wilson Cooperative Club will hold its first meeting of the club year at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 1. Highlighting the program, planned by the program committee, will be a pilgrimage to the Clay Hampf- son Memorial Museum at Nodena, to view the collection of archaeological materials on display. The group will leave from the Club House. Hostesses will be Mrs. Dora Merrell, Mrs. J. K. Hampson, Mrs. Eva Kerlin. Mrs. Tula Tyler, Mrs. W. T. Beall, Mrs. Eva Elkins, Mrs. A. J.' Cole, Mrs. C. E. Lynch, and Mrs. Sam Watson. Mrs. Phillip E. McBae will head the club as president this year. Other officers are Mrs. W. B. Burkett. vice-president; Mrs. O. E. Sadler, secretary; Mrs. J. M. Elslander, treasurer; Mrs. Elstner D. Beall, parliamentarian. Conimittee members appointed by Mrs. McRae are Mrs. Dora Merrell, Mrs. R. L. Moore. Mrs. Earl Morgan, Mrs. R. C. Hobson, Mrs. W. J. Denfon, decoration; Mrs. W. B. Burkett, .Mrs. Don Fletcher, Mrs. Hudson Wren, program; Mrs. A. S. Catchings, Mrs. Charles Beall, Mrs. T. J. McAfee, Mrs. Joe Cullom, Mrs. J. M. Elslander, finance. Mrs. C. H. Buchanan, Mrs. Buford Boyles, Mrs. H. N. Gilbert, Mrs. N. B. Ellis. Jr., Mrs. C. D. Price, membership and publicity: Mrs. John Enoch, Mrs. E. B. Chiles, Mrs. W. J. Denton, Mrs. W. B. Burkett. cemetery Improvement; Mrs. E. B. Chiles, Mrs. Dewey Stotts, Mrs. H. H. Nelson, Mrs. R. E. eLe Wilson II, Mrs. J. H.. Whitaker, Mrs. Maury Humphreys, projects. Mrs. Ed Williams, Mrs. Albert Greemvell, Mrs. Alma Harnden, Mrs. Roy Stobaugh, Mrs. Victor Mann, music; Mrs. Albert Green Mrs. H. E. Lee Wilson II, Mrs. J. D. Rankin, Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe, civic; Mrs. Bentley Rhodes, Mrs. Ray Merritt, Mrs. J. F. Mullens, Mrs. Charles Beall, Mrs. Eva Kerlin, Mrs. C. D. Price, sunshine. TO BE X)CTOBER BRIDE — Miss Lenpra Brady is betrothed to-Cpl. Arthur H. Hembree of Kansas City, Mo., son of Arthur R. Hembree of Beebe, Ark., and the late Mrs. Hembree, it is announced today by the parents oi the bride-elect, Mr. find Mrs. Jake Eaton of Yarbro. Cpl. Hembree served 20 months in Japan and 10 months In Korea, and is to be discharged from the Army next month. They plan to be married Oct. 20. Dessert Bridge Given' for Club Mrs. H. N. Whitis was hostess at her home on Walnut Street yesterday afternoon for a dessert bridge party for members of the Trl-Town Bridge Club. Zinnias in colors suggestive o autumn season were used to pro vide decorations for the entertain ing rooms. After the hostess served desserts she entertained with an afternoon of bridge. Guests with the club members •were Mrs. Coleman Stevens, and Mrs. R. E. Green. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. Green, first place, and Mrs. Russell H. Parr, second. Promotion Party Held at Church Teachers and officers of the Primary Sunday School Departmen of the First Baptist Chcrch entertained the department yesterday afternoon at the church with a promotion party when 55 attended. The afternoon's entertainment consisted of games led by Mrs. E. H. Brown, an amateur TV program and singing. Officers of the department are Mrs. Winnie Huffman, superintendent, Mrs. Chris Tompkins and Mrs. J. Sceman. Club Duplicate League Meets Members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League met last night at the club for their weekly session. The play last night consisted of a six-table Howell movement. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. R. F. 'Kirshner, with 70 points, toook first place, while Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. F. E. Black, with 60 points won second. Sixty seven points earned by Harry W. Haines and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen won third place. A masterpoint game is to be conducted at .Hotel Noble on Saturday afternoon. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission I4c & 39c Al All Times WED & THURS Double Feature Cartoon: Two Weeks Vacation Birthday Party Given in Home Mrs. Gene Whittle entertained 25 guests at a party Monday when her daughter, Diane, celebrated her fourth birthday at their home. Games were played during the afternoon and prizes were won by Johnny Lane and Johnny Walton. Birthday cake and ice cream were served and favors were given each guest. Mrs. Whittle was assisted by Mrs. John Walton and Mrs. John Lane. Baptist WMU Observe Season Of Prayer Here A season of prayer was observer Monday at the First Baptist Church for the Dixie Jackson mission offering, when members of the Women's Missionary Union met Tor an all day, program. During the morning', Mrs. Alrln Huffman, Jr., served as leader. She reviewed the mission book, "Sacrifice and Song", which was followed by a luncheon, Mrs. Kendall Berry, president, lad led the opening exercises .with tfrs. E. E. Stevens giving the opening prayer. Following the luncheon, Mrs. C, L. McWaters, Sr., offered prayer. The program was given by Mrs. James Fisher, Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Lawrence Prlmm, Mrs. W. W. Mitchell, Mrs. Shelbourne Brewei and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon offered the benediction. Armorel YWA Has Program Meeting A meeting of the Young Women' Auxiliary of Armorel Baptis Church was conducted last week a the home of Mrs. W. P. McCann when they observed a state mis- slon program. ix members attended. Opening meeting with prayer vJas Mar ;ie Beard, followed by the devo. .ional given by Martha Dyer, and irayer for state missions by Oberta Webb. Those on the program were Marha Dyer, Oberta Webb, Margie Beard, Bobble Lotte and Elnora Beard. Meeting was adjourned with irayer by Mrs. McCann. Octave Club s Entertained Mrs. Phillip Applebaum enter- lined at a dinner party at her ome last night for members of le Octave Club. A guest at the meeting was Mrs. pplcbaum's aunt, Mrs. Mollie Harvel of Borne, Oa., who is her ouseguest. Guests were seated at card ta- es for dinner. i,Linen cloths In hite with fall flowers provided tble decorations. In the card games following diner, Mrs. Leon Oennlng won high core, with low going to Mrs. Oarth astllo. One of every 13 chemists to 'ln- ustry today Is a woman. Among the out-of-town people here for funeral services for Aubrey Conway yesterday were Mrs. J. J. Sinclair of Sacramento, Calif., Jim Conway of Hollywood, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs and Mrs. Gus Lasley, all of Little Bock, Jllss Mabel Conway of St. Louis, Fred Field of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Julia Wise and Miss Bmmallne McCartney of Memphis, and Mr., and Mrs. O. L. Reynolds of Houston, Tex. Mrs. Fred Steadman and children, Fred and Helen Elizabeth, of Victorvllle, Calif., and her mother, Mrs. P. D. Foster, left by plane ast week for California. They spent ast week on Catalina Island, re- .urnlng to Victorviile, where they oined Captain Steadman, whp is tationed at George Air Force Base, vtrs. Steadman had been here with ler mother for several months. Mrs. 'oster plans to return home next veek end. Manley Felnbcrg was joined in Memphis this week end by his mother, Mrs. Sidney Platt, who moored him to Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn., where he will Center for his freshman year. Manley was graduated from Columbia Military Academy, Tenn., last year. Mr. and Mrs. Raydo Veach and daughter, June, and son. Freddie, left yesterday afternoon for a visit in Holland. Mich., with their son and brother, Clifford Veach and Mrs. Veach, formerly of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kirkpatrick of St. Louis, Mrs. Thomas Pennington of Ashport, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelms of Brighton, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson of Durhamville, Tenn., were among the out-of-town people here Sunday to attend funeral services for John Nelms. Mrs. Edward Evans and children left for a two weeks' visit In Potosi, Mo., with relatives there. Mrs. Clair Miller is spending today in Memphis. While there, she will visit her son. Billy Wayne Miller, a student at Memphis State College, who recently entered for his freshman year. Mrs. E. L. Hale, who has been a patient at the Blytheville Hospit- for several days, was dismissed :oday, and is now recuperating at icr home in Armorel. Her condition today was reported as Improved. Airman 2-c Billy Joe Walters, vho is stationed at Sewart Air Force Base, Nashville, Tenn., arrived home for a three-day was met in Memphis by Leo Williamson, who also took hi: >ack, where he Joined a party riends to continue to Nashvill While here, he was the guest i is mother, Mrs. Helen Hodge, an is grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Walters. Osceola Progressive Garden Club Conducts First Meeting of Year OSCEOLA — Twenty eight members of the Oseeola Progressive Garden Club met Tuesday afternoon 'or their first meeting of the season. Mrs. Jesse Cramer's report of the slate convention held in Conway in the Spring was the highlight of the afternoon's business session. In her talk, she informed the club that the 1832 year book was judged first place among the other entries. The club voted to co-operate with the city in iU annual clean-up campaign tind to beautify the approach 1 es into Osceola. The hpstcsses were Mrs. V, E Harlan, Mrs. Joe Applebaum. Mrs Bob Chiles, Mrs. Koath Harwag and Mrs. H. J. Levenstein. • They served a dessert course during the social hour. Pall blooming flowers and foliage were evident in the club room. Christian Women Conduct Meetings Members of the Hope and Faith* Groups of Christian Women's Fel lows-hip of the First Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. Walter Stiles and at the church with Mrs. Albert Taylor as hostess. The program, "Accent on Spanish-Speaking Americans," was given. At the Hope Group meeting, Mrs. James Terry presided in the absence of the leader, Mrs. Rupert Crafton, at the home of Mrs. Stiles. Mrs. Terry, who also directed the program, was assisted by Mrs. Harry Brown and Mrs. Ben Harpole. Others speaking during the program were Mrs. J. W. Rainwater, Mrs. Walter Hills, Mrs. M. T. Moon, Mrs. Russell Hays and Mrs. John McHaney, who conducted the worship service. Following the missionary hene- party foods. Mrs. Tayior entertained n members of the Faith Group for lunch followed by the pr -rum directed by Mrs. Eric Whltley. A round-table discussion was held followed by the missionary benediction. Coming Events Thursday Members of the Ruin Class of the Calvary Baptist Church have monthly social with Mrs, J. L. Rol- Hson at 2016 Chickasawba at 7:30 p. m. Fidelas Class of the First Baptist Church has monthly social-with Mrs. C. H. Wallace, with Mrs. Earl Walker as co-hostess, at the Wallace home, 1512 West Main. Ladies Day at the Country Club beginning at, 1 p. m. with luncheon followed by bridge and canasta- hostesses are Mrs. Farris McCalla, chairman, Mrs. E T M, Terry, Jr., Mrs. Robert A. Porter, Mrs. I. R. CoLeman, Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mvs. diction, the hostess served assorted! Phil Robinson. Mrs. Joe Beasley, Magic for the Kitchen At the Hospitals Blylhevilie Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. L. Hale, Armorel. Gary Koonce. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Niles Welch and baby, city. The twinkle of a star may be able to tell weathermen and airline personnel where the jet stream is located. The jet stream is an extremely fast, very high, narrow band of wind, which can slow a Mrs. Paul Lloyd, Mrs. L. C. B. Young, Mrs. Fred Jacobs and Mrs. Baxter Southern. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. La Nueve Club is ti meet with Mrs. Ben Mac White. Vendredi Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Richard Osborne. Mrs. Herman Turner entertains at the Rr.zorback for members of tthe TLE Club. Friday Woman's Club has 2:30 p. m. program, preceded by 2 p. m. board meeting. Stitch and Chatter Club has meeting ct the home of Mrs. Ted Green at 408 South Franklin ntt 7:30 p. Saturday Jhe average American wagle- City Duplicate Bridge League has earner's length of life increased by Sue Burnett The simplest kind of sewing, and so inexpensive. A neat bib style apron that requires just a yard of bright fabric in the smaller sizes. Twin pockets in contrast .are optional. Pattern No. 8892 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes, 14, 15. 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 16. I yard of 39- inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 327 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Horses cause more farm icoU dents than any other farm anlinul. | STRICTLY BUSINESS By Thompson Jewelry "Why it'9 lovely! Where'd you buy it?" meeting at Hotel Noble. Sunday Concert Is to be given at Hig The ability of pilots to react wit ormal speed at altitudes of 15.00 eet or more depends largely . he type of food eaten before take ff. You serve Coca-Cola with assurance You know guests enjoy the matchle«; delicious flavor of Coke. You know'you're serving the best i.. they know it, too. Serve it ice cold, right in the bottle^ 6 Bottle Carton 25c Plus DepoiH lOTTUD UNDEIt AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IT COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE "C»k«" it o r<giile,td Irodt motk. ) l»53, THt COCA-COtA COMPANY School auditorium, featuring th Marked Tree Girls Ensemble reeled by O. .L. (Pop) Hodge an the Blytheville High School Swin .Band, directed by Robert Lipscomb plane down almost to a stop or | The 3 p. m. benefit concert is spon can give it a helping push. sored by Temple Israel Sisterhood AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.ra, and 4 p.m. for RIti & Eory Program -Announcements U a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Statvue. LAST TIMES TODAY Terror in pink tigHtS ! MAN ON A TiCHTftOIP 0!rtU«db»EllA KAZAN Plus Selected Shorts THURSDAY & FRIDAY The honey-voiced honey they couldn't stop ; till she reached the ' show-world's. flittering top! a little more than four years in the past decade, now being 6SY 2 years. 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