The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1953 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 2, 1953
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/AGE FOUR — Society News — Pat Mullins, Society Editor * Phune 4461 WINNERS — Shown above are winning centerpieces in the Enst Side Garden Club contest held yesterday afternoon. In the center is Airs. B. A. Bugg's winner of first place. Second place Garden Club Has Christmas Party wont to Mrs, Leonard Smith's entry at the left, nnrl Mrs. Lee Stiles' entry won third place. (Courier News Photo) Yesterday marked the annual all- day Christmas program and luncheon for members of East Side Garden Club, when they met at Lake Street Methodist Church. A contest, for Christmas centerpieces in still life, was conducted, with Mrs. B. A. Bugg taking first place Mrs. Leonard Smith won second place, with third going to , Mrs. Lee Stiles, Judges were Mrs- George Barham, ; Mrs. Amy Ruth Gordon, Guests for the day were Mrs. Alice Womack. Mrs. W. T. Metzger, and Mrs. George Barham. j Mrs. A. D. Priest conducted the meeting which she began with a prayer. Christmas carols were sung by the fjroup. Mrs. Uugy read two poems. Reports were given by committee members during the business session. Tile days program was devoted to Christmas decorations. FoJlowing luncheon, the judging, exchanging of Christmas plants, was conducted. Mis. A. D. Pries who is retiring president, was pr sented with a gift. Officers will I installed at the January mci'ting. — Bits of News il'loAtl u l UDC President Names Officials For'53-'54 Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson, president ' of the Elliott Fletcher of United | Daughters of the Confederacy, has named committees to serve with her during the coming year. Included are Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. Marcus Evrard, Mrs. C. O. Poetz, credentials; Mrs. Henderson, Hall, Mrs. w. D. Cobb, Mrs. Ralph i Bailey Club League Has Meeting A. Berryman, program; Mrs. Gcorpe Roland Green, and Mrs. W. I. Denton. yearbook. Mrs. J. D. Barksdale, Mrs. Charles Alford. and Mrs. J. W. Adams, memorial and resolution; Mrs. Thomas Hudson, Mrs. E. R. Bog/an, Mrs. Mell Brooks, finance; Mrs. ,M. Fitzslmmons, Mrs. I, O. Westbrook and Mrs. S. E. Webb, ficrapbook. Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs- A. M. R. Branson. Mrs. Thomas Hudson, special committee; Mrs. Cobb, magazine; Mrs. W. I. Denton, publicity; Mrs. George Orcar filing and lending library. Members of the Blytheville Conn try Club Duplicate Bridge Lcagu met at the club last night: A six table Howcil movement was con ducted. Mrs. Prank Grit'.sby and Bcrnarr Gooch tt'on first place with V5 1 , points. Tlcins for second place wore Mri C. H. McManus and Mrs. Georgia Mrs. R. p. Kirshnci Second -i points . and Mrs. Guy Trls.slcr. place winners earned 74 each. The regular monthly maslrrpolnl gome will be played next Monday instead of the regular Tuesday game. Trinity Circles Meet Jointly Beta Sigma Phi Has Business Meet A business meeting was held last night by members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at the Rustic Inn. Miss Billle Sue Burks is toy chairman for the children's Christmas project. Later in the evening, refreshments were served, with Mrs. Elmer Norman and Mrs. Dan McCnsklll as hostesses. . Members of Jewel Abernathy and I Evelyn Stafford Circles of Trinity • Baptist Church met Monday for | ,-, jtheir Lottie Moon Christmas pro- KtlStJC Inn Is Mrs. Harold Besharse. who was 'jprogram chairman, gave the devotional and opening prayer. Mrs. ,-Burt Ross told the story of the life ! of Lottie Moon with n bers of both circles on the program. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Scene of Club u — -- - •—->.• '" mt int.- Mrs. J. F. Mon'tnndon was hosl- of Lottie Moon with all other mem- ess to members of La Petite Club bCl'S Of both CirClRS nnrHrindHMlT nt. (tin Rncfif* T,,« ,.~~. „..,!.... _r,-.. cipating John Buchanan, Mrs. R. W. en and Mrs. Arah Speck. . Woot- Bridge Club Is Entertained Mrs. W. C. Higglnson was hostess to members of the Tucs-lay club .yesterday for dessert bridge whoh Mrs, Lloyd Whlttakcr and Mrs L . Nash were guests. A Christmas motif was carried out by the hostess. Winners in the bridge were Mrs Charles E. CriRger first place, and Mrs. Hignjnfon second. Mrs. Doyle Henderson won bridgo. at the Rustic Inn yesterday after noon for dessert bridge. Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe were guests of the club Mrs. Montnndon, Mrs. Charles Gcrrald and Mrs. Smythc won the bridge pri7.cs. j Coming Events : Thursday Homemakers Class of the First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Walter Marble at 7:30 p.m. at 218 • Walker. Members of Calvary Baptist WMU have meeting at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Mable Lunsford. Mrs. J. H. Smart is hostess to members of the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Newton Whitis is hostess to 'the La Nueve Club. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. F, B. Joyner. : Mrs. A. O. Little is hostess to ;members of the Thursdoy Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. VVMS Has Program In Stallings Home . Twelve members of Women's •Missionary Society .if ICmanuH Baptist Church met at Hie home of I Mrs. Clay Stallings Monday afternoon. Mrs. O. C. Hicks gave Ihc open- mi; prayer and Mrs. Claude Duncan nave the program on Knron After a season of prayer was held Mrs Boh Simons iind Mrs Mary Darby assisted their mother. Mrs, Stallings, in servliiL 1 . At the Hospitals Blvthcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Don Holding and baby City Millie Kcnnell. • Earle Mrs. Lecil J. Mills nnd babv Manila Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. O. Ray, City Mrs. Jessie "oillam. City Mrs, Don Morris, City Ermine, once worn for evening only, is now used as trim for day- i time sweaters and even goes to ,, - -•- lh( -' office. If you don't want to Mrs. H. H. Houchlns Is hostess to j put your money into a bit of er- rnembers of Mld-Week Club. Friday Mrs. Richard Osborne is hostess to the Vendredi Club. Members of Calvary Baptist •WMU have 10 a.m. meeting at the church, followed by luncheon. Mrs. O. O. Poetz is hostess to •.the Friday Contract Club. Hang ou>. chenille bedspreads nnd wool blankets on a slightly! windy day. The wind will fluff r.nd soften them as they dry. mine, there are many Inexpensive furs that are good substitutes. NATURAL GAS Heating and appliances. Installed by bonded p|p r fiii|, rs anl ) financed in 36 monthly payments. Insulation or other home Im- proveirtfcnts included. E. C. ROBINSON LUiUBKR CO. Mrs. A. B. Full-field arrived in Blytheville dui'lny the week end. She is spending several days with her mother. Mrs. W. I. Denton, before going to Memphis tonight where she will attend the Southern Association of Universities and Secondary Schools representing Georgia State College for Women. Mlll- agcville, as superintendent of the laboratory department. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer have returned from a two week's trip to Enid, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mantz and daughter, Teresa Jo. left yesterday for Los Angeles, Calif., where they plan to spend the winter months, Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas of Knoxvllle, Tenn., yesterday left for their home after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her mother, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, am family. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Erdmann of Columbia City, ind... have arrived icrc to spend the winter months with her sister, Mrs. Ross Stevens, and other relatives. Tommy Sylvester, who recently received a discharge from the Arny, arrived home late yesterday. He was discharged from Camp ihaflee. H. H. Houchlns Im.s gone to Green toes Farm in Fulton. Mo., where ie plans to spend a few days. Mrs. Cecil James of Greenfield, 'cnn., Is here to visit Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whltl.i and other relatives. Mrs. G. W. Pylcs and Mrs. w. J. ollard arrived home from Mem- hls last night, where they spent everal days. BLYTHEVTLLBARK.) COURIKR NEWS Luncheon Is Given for Bride -Elect Included In the current whirl of pre-nuptlal parties being given for brides-elect in Blytheville, a luncheon was given yesterday at the lome of Mrs. H. H. Houchlni, with Mrs. George Mulr as co-hostess. Miss Annella Humphreys, who will jecome the bride of Jerry Van Zandt of Fort Smith In a Chrlst- nas holidays ceremony, was the ;uest of honor. Miss Humphreys who chose for he occasion, a tailored brown dress with brown accessories and a brown lat, was given a corsage of pink chrysanthemums. Mrs. Henry Humphreys, mother f the honoree, also received a orsiige of the mums. Gucsta gathered around the din- ng room table, which was decorated with a cut. glass bowl holding small Ink chrysanthemums, The bowl /as placed on a matching cut glass ray, which held clusters of frosted rapes. Pink and white place cards were sed to continue the theme, as wel s the pink and white mums placed t vantage points throughout the ouse. Following luncheon, the afternoon /as spent informally. A gift of antique china was pre- ented the bride-elect. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1901 ! IS Country Club Ions Activities : or December Among the Country Club's activi- es this month will be a stock older's meeting .on the evening of ec. 17 following the annual Ladies ay Christmas party. Mrs. Arthur Vance serves as airman of the hostess committee. M. J. Cuadra serves as chair- in for the Children's party which to be held on Dec. 18. Mrs. uadra may be contacted for reser- tions. On Dec. 26, the Christmas formal nee with a name band is to be ged. Numerous private parties will be given there during the Christmas season. MARRIED — Miss Juanita Williams, of Blytheville, became the bride of Audrain Waddle in a ceremony in Corinth, Miss., on Nov. 27. They are making their home In Blytheville. (Photo by O'Stcen; Miss Williams 3 Marriage Told Miss Juanita June Williams of Blyiheville. daughter of the late Mr. and Mr«. will Williams, became the bride of Audrain Waddle of Blytheville. formerly of Lexington, Tenn. The wedding was solemnized Nov 27 in Corinth, Miss., with Justice of the Peace Ruben L. Phillip officiating:. Mrs Waddle was attended by her sister Mrs- Glenn White and her niece, Miss Sue Carol Harmon, both of Blytheville. Max Stewart of Lexington, Tenn., served as best man. They are making their home In Blytheville for the present, where Mr. Waddle is employed at the Pepsi Cola Bottling Company. m see y*nr«elf Fatuous "Charm" SlijT America's Favorite Nylon Tricot Slip Now, at a IVew Low Prlco Tri-Town Club Meets in Luxora Mrs. E. A. Teaford entertained at her home In Luxora for members of the Trl-Town Bridge Club yesterday afternoon. Mrs. James Ross of Memphis, the house guest of Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard, and Mrs. Cecil R. James of Greenfield, lenn., the -louseguest of Mr, and Mrs. Newton Whllls, were guests. Orccnory was chosen by the hostess for floral decorations with packages and tallies in the Christmas motif. Following a dessert course, bridge was played with first place rolng to Mrs. Whitis and second to Mrs. James C. Guard. The ars. human eye can see 6000 New Liberty News Other Luxite Slips $3.98 S Luxite White | Nylon Panties Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams of Trenton. Tenn., were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Long have returned after visiting in Mississippi. Bobby Cassidy has returned to his | home at Catron, Mo., after spend- • ', ing the Thanksgiving holidays with Jimmy and Jack Epperson. " Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McHaffey have returned home after a week's visit with relatives in Booneville Miss. Miss Beryl Bevil has returned to Oxford, where she attends University of Mississippi, after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bevil, and family. Olue a paper plate to the bot- om of your paint oan to catch rippings and to serve as a tray for brushes. When carrying your baby any distance or holding him during a long trip, slip a pair of large socks over his shoes so streaks of dirt or polish won't get on your clothes. New looking among fur-jacket fashions is the one that covers the top of the hipbone. This style usually has a loose or bloused back. Clara's Pre-Christmas STORE-WIDE S ENTIRE STOCK (EXCEPT COATS) Including all Nationally Advertised Itemt such as Peter Pan and Maiden Form Brassieres — June Fox, Carousel and Teen Timer Dresses. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT THE CLARA SHOP NOW and SAVE! V-. ALL COATS Including Nationally Advertised ROPORTIONED NYLONS with iHAD-O-BAR HEELS Nylon Tricot Gown By Luxite $595 Size* 32 to 42—Smooth, perfect fitting. White or blue. Sizes 32 to 38. Jill Jr. Brand OFF NOTHING EXCLUDED-NOTHING RESERVED CLARA'S SHOP Lovely loqi baclword glanc* in Hol« proof Shad- O-Bar Heal nylons. A m illuiion of a fjsel traced In I elf- color or contrasting tone . . . sheernass pro- / tacted by ffi iuty Loci: Finish of greater snag r«mfanca. Matched to the time, placa, and your costume in Matrapolifan Moodi. Sii«i 8'/j to II in proportioned angfhj. Fine Lingerie by . orra.ine Ladies Nylon Slips 98 Girls Nylon Slips Sizes 2-6 Girls Nylon Sizes 8 to 14 Slips $< Ladies Panties Sizes 5 to Extra large 419 Wcsf Main in Blythevill. 79| < Children's Panties 790 Famous Kismet Nylon Hose $1.01 Made by Chadbourn Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan! Free GIFT . Wrappin

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