The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1954 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 7, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLI (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULT T, 1954 Society News llm-v Sr»r»iAtv F,Hi>nr f Mi*s Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Legion Auxiliary Has Election Of Offu WMU Rally To Be Held At Clear Lake The Women's Missionary Unions of Mi«if«ippi County wilj hold a rally at the Clear Lakt Baptist Church Friday when Mr*. A. D. Formean of Temple Baptist Church of Drew. Miss., were the v«ek end j in Memphis will be guest speaker. guests of Mr and Mrs. T. E. Gees- Qth Qn the protram wiu be The American Legion Auxiliary! lin - also of Dr « w - wn ° are visiting! Mrg G Ma ~ ee an( i Mrs. R. M. met at the hut last night for a bus-! Mrs. jpeeslm's Barents, Mr. and ^'^ Manila, who will have the devotional. .The missionary story will bt given by Mrs. Bill Cook of Trinity' Baptist Church. Conference leaders will b« Mrs. J^ f H. Jones, mUsion study; Mrs. Darrell Lunsford, young people; Mr«. Harold White, community miwion; and Mrs. Charles R- New- icers ! Miss 'Reen Norris had as her | suest Monday Watkins Oyerton, Jr., of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. William, Coleman iness meeting and election of offi-j Mrs - cers. j Mr. and Mrs. Max Anderson, Mr. Mrs. J. T. Brownson presided j and Mrs - John Anderson. Jr., and over the business session and dele-l son and Mr."and Mrs. Billy Wicks gates were appointed to attend the! anc * family, all of Flint, Mich., and state convention. These delegates i Mr - and Mrs. James Simmons of are Mrs. Ben Mayes, Mrs. H. C. Conway and Sgt. 1/c and Mrs. Wal- Blankenship. Mrs. Speck McGreg- ter Harrell and daughter of Mainz, or, Mrs-. Emil Damon and Mrs. Germany, were all the guests of Brownson. j their mother, Mrs. O. C. Stone, and The new officers elected are Mrs. j Mr - stone over the week end - Ifc ** \ Mayes, president; Mrs. Marvin I tne first time in five vcars th *t the i Lane, first vice-president; Mrs. | familv has ^en together. m * n ' Paul Mahan, second vice-president; Mrs. Charlie Crorik. secretary; Mrs. Damon, treasurer; Mrs. Glenola Hart, historian; Mrs. Brownson, sergeant-at-arms: and Mrs. Speck McGregor, chaplain. At the conclusion of the meeting, iced drinks were served, Miss Mickey Allen two weeks vacation with enis, Mr. and Mrs. W Louisville, Miss. spending Trinity Circles ^ o^n.uuuj. 6 . ~ . il ?^f par ~! Conducts . I. Allen, in N and N Bridge Club Has Meeting! Calif., to join their husband father and WINNING ARRANGEMENTS — Shown above are the winning arrangements in the flower show held yesterday afternoon at the Rustic Inn. First and second place winners in the three divisions were Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mrs. B. A. Bugg, current songs: Mrs. W. Leonard Smith and Mrs. Taft Metzger, adage; Mrs. Smith, current quotes. Mrs. Marvin Kenwright led the group in prayer ana the devotional i was given by Mrs. John Nelson. Memphis yesterday shopping. x^ business session was presided Mrs. Wilson Henry.. Mrs. T. L. ovcr by Mrs. E. C. Parks in the! j Stanford of Luxora and Miss Moilie { absence of Mrs. W. W. Wooten. i Miss Ramona Crafton was hos- j Autry of Burdette nave returned j Sentence prayer dismissed the I Eastside and Blytheville Garden Clubs Hold Show tess to members of the N and N from an Eastern tour. In Washing- Miss Wjnnibeth Buckley Bridge Club last night when Mrs ton. D. C., they visited Larry Miss Winnibeth Buckley to Wed Robert D. Blodgett In August Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley are; Mrs. Frank G, Blodgett and .the announcing today the engagement j late Mr. Blodgett of Little Rock and approaching marriage of their i and of Mrs. William H. Perdue of daughter. Miss Winnibetn Buckley, j Blytheville and the late Mr. Perdue to Robert Daniel Blodgett, son of ] of North Little Rock and Carrol-" :Mr. and Mrs, Daniel Abereggl ton, Ga. Blodgett. j He was graduated from Blythe- Miss Buckley is the granddaugh- ville High School where he was a ter of Albert L. Buckley and the j member of the National Honor So- late Mrs. Buckley of Memphis, for- j ciety and Beta Club. He was gradu- merly of Blytheville, and Mrs. Flet- j ated from Hendrix College at Con- cher"Fisher"and the late Mr. Fish'er j way this spring with a bachelor of of Blytheville'.••• I science degree. He was.president of G. A. Hines, Jr.. of New London, Kneas, a former Blytheville resi- Conn., and Miss Shirley King were j dent and in Philadelphia. Pa. they were guests of Mrs. Henry's son, Lt. James B. Henry, and Mrs. guests. .Winners in the games played were Miss Betty Ann Harber, high. Miss Melba Pryor, second high, and Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr., bridgo. Henry. They attended the first session of the Fred Wareing Workshop in Delaware Water Gap, Pa., and The hostess used summer flowers ' from there went to New York City to center the tables and preceding the games served a dessert course Half Moon WSCS Meets In Gay Home Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Half Moon Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. B. F. Gay last night his dormitory, a member of the Dormitory Council three years, member of the National Honor j Alpha Chi honorary fraternity, Societv and Beta Club and served She was graduated from Blythe- Hieh School where she was a as maid to the Football Queen. She completed her second year at .Hendrix College at Conway recently where she was a - member of the College Social Committee and the Sophmore Council. Mr. Blodgett is the grandson of Booster Club, "H" Club and a member of the college tennis team. Now a chemist with Duiin Bauxite Mining Company of Little Rock, Mr. Blodgett will enter the Army this fall The Wedding xvill be solemnized August 1. Country Club League Has Bridge Games Members of the Elytheville Country Club Bridge League played a five-table Howell movement last night. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. S. E. Tune were in first place with 66 points and Mrs. E. B, Gee and Mrs Ruth Eleanor Afflick were in sec-' ond place with eO 1 ^ points. Mrs. A, H. McManus, Mrs. Georgia Bailey, Mrs. Harry W. Kaines. Bernard Gooch, Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins all tied for third place with 59 \- 2 points. Gay Sun Styles That Match Marriage Licenses The following.,., couples have received marriage licenses from the county clerk's office: Frank Cook and Estelle Manus, both of Blytheville. Charles E. Wells and Heien Marie Harrison, both of Blytheville. with eight members present. The meeting was opened with where they attended, several musical stage shows- j Mrs. Jack Webb and son left to| day for Carrol ton, Miss., to visit Mrs. Webb's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Neill. Dr. Webb will join them later. ? Mrs. Eva Crowe is undergoing treatment in Chicktsawba Hospital. Her condition is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandefur and Mr., and Mrs. H. D. Besharse spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Holder in Maddox. Bay, Arkansas. Mrs. H. D. Besharse and daughter, Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., left yesterday to spend several days with their son and brother, Donald Besharse, and Mrs- Besharse of Pine Bluff. Sarah Lou Moody has returned Mrs. 0. M .Mitchell, Mrs. Jim Alex- j home after a visit in Whitewright, ander and Miss Mary Lightfoot. Texas. At the conclusion of the meeting, Mr. -and Mrs. H. B. Moore of Cull- the hostess served refreshments. i man, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs, Sam • i Glass of St. Louis, accompanied by For shining hair, encourage the I Misses Norraine Speidel of San Die- circulation of blood in your scalp. { go., Calif., and Gloria Fay Eubanks When brushing your hair, lie on j of St. Louis, were the prayer by the Rev. J. H. Richardson and Mrs. Gay presided over the business session. The devotional was given by Mrs. J. H. Richardson. Mrs. R. L. Hawkins was in charge of the program and those assisting were Mrs. Gay, Mrs. W.- R. Lightfoot, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, your bed, allowing your head hang over the side. to Working from bottom up prevents the formation of streaks when washing walls. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gracy over the holiday weekend, Mr. and children, Patricia and Clyde Dud- group. The Mildred Matthew Circle met j in the home of Mrs. Carl Pate with i eight members present. Mrs. Alvin Pritchard opened the j meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by the hostess. The mission study book was taught by Mrs. Bobby Webb and the clos-1 ing prayer was by Mrs. Dean Bor- j en. I Mrs. W. W. Lowe was nostess to i the Marion Cook Circle when 131 members were present. j The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword. Mrs. Bill Cook led in prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. T. L, Wicker. Mrs. Max Koonce taught the mission book and Mrs. The Eastside Garden Club and Blytheville Woman's Garden Club met .jointly at the Rustic Inn yesterday afternoon for a flower show. Mrs. Mike Buchanan was in charge of the program and slides on Chrysanthemums and scenes from Alaska were shown. Mrs. B. A. Bugg spoke to the group on flower arrangements. Following the meeting a tea and flower show was held using . the theme, "Music In The Air." Winners in the show were Mrs. A. D. Priest, first; Mrs. B. , A. Bugg, second and Mrs, Taft Metzger, honorable mention in the "Current; Song Titles. 1 " Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, first; Mrs. Metzger, second; Mrs. Buchanan, third and Mrs. Bob Copeland, Mrs. John Walden and Mrs. George McLeod, honorable mention in the "Adage" group. Mrs. Smith won first, second and third in Current Quotes and Mrs. Lee Stiles and Mrs. Buchanan won honorable mention. Mrs. Priest won the traveling prize with her tri-color arrangement. Judges for the show were Mrs. Robert Bailey of Osceola assisted by Mrs. George Barham, Mrs. Dorothy Robertson Priest of Leachville and Miss Virigina Bowen. Church Group Conducts Meeting At the Hospitals The Love Group of the First Christian Church met in the home of their new chairman, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe last night with 12 members present. group. Howard Caldwell dismissed the j Mrs. Lowe opened the meeting with prayer and presided • over the business session. The group began a new study on "The City" last night and Mrs. J. P. Garrott was in charge. Those assisting were Mrs- William Rader and Mrs. J. D. Davis. Mrs. June Gilstead, a migrant Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Coleman Stevens is hostess to the La Nueve Bridge Club at Rustic Inn at 1:30 p. m. worker with the United Council ol Church Women, spoke to the group and the devotional was given by Miss Margaret Wright. j Mrs. Freeman Robinson, pastj chairman of the group presided j over the refreshment table which) was centered with an arrangement of garden -flowers. Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs-! i James Rainwater were the group's j guests and Mrs. C. R. Maddox became a new member. Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Billy Stewart, Rt. 1. city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Leroy Halcom, city Edward Wayne Daniels, Manila Mrs. Irene Smith, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. A. Davis, Steele Mrs. Sam Smith, and family. They went especially for the wedding of their niece, Miss Willie Mae Smith. Sue Burnett Look-alike sun fashions for mother and daughter. Pattern No. 8090 is in sizes 10, 12. H, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, dress, 3'/a yards of 39-inch; contrast, 1*4 yards. Pattern No. 8091 is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 8, 1, 8 years. Size 4, dress, 1% yards of 39-inch; contrast, 5 .' K yard. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, •Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6 ,Illinois. Don't miss the latest issue ol Basic FASHION. The new -Spring '54 catalog will delight you with its. up-to-thfc-minute styles that are ' sew-simple. Send 25 cents today. MID-SUMMER SALE Now Going On 315 W. Main and Mrs. W. A, Nash daughter, Linda, were in Paragould Saturday night for the wedding of granddaughter, Mae Smith, to Marvin Norton. Thev | were accompanied to Paragould by Russell Eubanks, who was an usher ley, spent the week end in Para- in the wedding, and Miss Peggy DAYS at JIEDEL'S Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 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