The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 18, 1949
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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1949 BLITHEV1LLE <AR1C.) COURIER NEW! PACT MY* Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Guests Attend enefit Bridge Party LNluctr-two guests attended the ™ie!it bridge and rook party given tsterday by members ol the Woman's Club at the clubhouse, \f.~ luding one table o( guests from leele, Mo. Money raised by the Jirty will be used by the women lor ^decorating Uie club rooms. St. Patrick's Day theme was ((actively carried out In the dec- laiions used, with vivid green Tiamrocta predominating in Ihe rrangements o( Spring (lowers and peenery. 1 A dessert course with coffee was fcrved preceding the afternoon [ridge and rook games In whicn were won by Mrs. Otto jcrape, Mrs. Charles Langfiton Jjrs. Russell H. Farr, Mrs. Pau fryor and Mrs. J. L. Brooks, amon lie bridge players, and by Mrs. O larker, Mrs. J. A. Saliba and Mrs : stilwell lor the rook play |rs. Mrs. Theodore Logan was win cr of Ihe door prize. [ Mvs. Buford Young was chalrma charge of reservations, and Mv I'lfrert Vise and Mvs. Jesse M. Whll ad charge of arrangements for tl |arty. Ju Phi Mu Sorority r>lds 'Penny Supper' Members of the newly organiz |!u Phi Mu junior affiliate of t Beta Sigma Phi sorority met In light at the home of Mrs. Oilbe llammock, advisor for the i or a "penny supper." Eleven men lers attended the unique affa fchen each dish, brought by t Quests, was "sold" in order to ra noney for the sorority chapter. Later the members were invit j the home of Mrs. W. H. O'Kce Ji-here they were surprised with Informal drop-in party given „ two other chapters of the s rity, Alpha Alpha and Alpha De They later returned to the Ha •nock home for a brief busln Jcssion presided over by Miss Jo >amon, president. Spring flowers were used to d hrate both the homes. • • • Irs. Clouse Entertains Walon Bunco Club When Mrs. John Clouse entertained members of the Avalon Bun- iClub yesterday at her home, she iso was hostess to two other guests, g for Lexington, Ky., where they 1 visit the University ol Ken- cky for several days, lira. Rual Hatloy, Mrs. Tom Kills and Mrs. Dob Stovall are in ,tle Rock to attend the Training iton Convention. While there ey also will visit Miss AUreda ovall. who Is a freshman at Cenal College In North Little Hock. Mrs. C. E. Coulter has returned St, Louis, Mo., where she Sylvester Mosley, Russell Mosiey, nny Gentry, R. B. Hodge and Eune O'Brien left yesterday morn- >e nt a week with her daughter r.s. Charles Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway wl clurn Monday from Hot Springs here they have spent Ihe past tw eeks. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Porte avc returned to their home i Vinfield, Ala., aflcr visiting he •iefly as guest of their son. R. A orter, Mrs. Porter and daughtc udy Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Port •ere enroute home after a vacatio pent in Hot Springs. Irs. Cherry Hostess o Mid-Week Club Three guests, Mrs. w. J. Pollard, rs. F. E. Black and Mrs. Baker Vllson, were present yesterday hen Mrs. J. Louis Cherry cntcr- alncd at her home for members of le Mid-Week Club. The traditional yellow and green f SI. Patrick's Day predominated the (lower arrangements, with iiy crystal vases filled with yellow ouqulls centering each o( the smal ables where the luncheon was scrv- d. Tally cards used were green hamrocks to further carry out the hcme, and vases of gladioli also vcre used to decorate the living oom. High score prize was won by Mrs Black and second high by Mrs Harry w. Haincs. • • * Zalifornian Is Guest At Thursday Club Lunch Mrs. W. B. Hunter of Long Brae! CalK.. housesuest of her daughter, Mrs. B. 11. Gee and family, WHS a luncheon guest yesterday when Mrs. A. O. Little entertained members of the Thursday Club at her plantation home, Fuirflclds. Mrs. R. H. Klrby also was a guest lor the luncheon and .later played bridge with the club members. Luncheon was served at the din- Pothfincferf Clan Hold* ' lovered Diin Supper Mr. and Mrs, Jimmle Edwards, .r. and Mrs. Vance Henderson and rfr. and Mr*. Cecil Graves enter- alned members of the Pathfinders lass of First Methodist Clmrch as I night at the church. The affair, R covered dish super, was attended by approximately 5 people, Including two utw members. Mr. and Mrs. Elberl Johnson, nd two visitors, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Kleue. Green shamrock* were used the cngtli of the supper tables, which vere covered with white linen clotlis. Centerplecen were of Jonquils arranged in crystal bowls, and •ellow and green candles burned In crystal candelabra. A radio talent program was presented during the social hour which followed sunner, with Mr. Edwards serving as "announcer". Miss Prarl Adams won the prise for the "best audition" of the evsnlng on the mock «how. COTTON MAID WEARS CLAMOROUS COTTON COLLECTION ars. Gene Ellis and Mrs. Buck .oush. Jonquils were used to decorate the living room of the home where (the games were played with high ore prize won by Mrs. Philip Frie, by Mrs. Roush and bunco by . s. Norman Speck. The hostess served * salad plate rtth iced drinks. • * » Irs. Copeland Hostess 'o Blytheville Rook Club Vases filled with colorful gladioli »nd low bowls of hyacinths decorat- led the R. A. Copeland home yes- Iterday afternoon when Mrs. Cope- lland was hostess to members of th3 •Blytheville Rook Club. I Winner In the games played dur- Img the afternoon Included Mrs lElva Foe for high score. Mrs. O. O. lElkins for second and Mrs. Albert Jncierlin for rooko. A dessert course with coffee was I terved. Members of L. E. W. |Bunco Club Hold Party Mrs. Glen Harrington was ft J guest last night when Mrs. Roland I Warineton. entertained members of i L.E.W. Bunco Club with a. par- r at her home. Bunco prize in the evening's I games went to Mrs. Floyd Seay I hign score prize to Mrs. J. J. Har- I sett, and low score prize was won I by Mrs. Alvis Harris. A dessert course with iced drinks f was served. ing, has been 111 for the past three weeks at the home of his parents. Mrs. C. M. Smart returned home today from Memphis where she has been a patient ati Baptist Hospital following an operation 10 days ago. Her condition is much improved. Mr. Smart motored down for her. Mrs. B. M. Terry and Mrs. A. R. Wetcnkamp, spent Wednesday ; n Memphis where they were guests it a luncheon given at Hotel Peabody by Miss Louella Wetenkatnp of Memphis. Mrs. Fiske Miles Jr.. and daughter. Sully, of Chicago, ill., arrived this morning for a visit of several weeks here as guest of Mrs. Miles' parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rnincy. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N. Swearengen Jr.. of Faycttevlllc, will arrive tonight to spend the weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs Swearengen Sr., and Mr. and Mrs James Peterson, They are making their home in Fayettevllle where Mr. Swearengen Is a senior in the School of Business Administration Artie olsen, three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olsen. Is im arranged in •• low bowl. During the bridge games, high score was made by Mrs. Little nnd second high by Mrs. C. W. Affllck Mrs. Tucker Entertains At Plantation Home Mrs. w. A. Affllck received high score prize and Mrs. Langston Ash ford second hlt:h at the brldg party given yesterday afternoon b Mrs.C. F. Tucker at her planta on home. Jonquils in cut-glass bowls .wer seri throughout the entertain!!' oom of the home to form a color- ill setting for the two tables of guests, who included members ol ,he Octette Club, together with .wo visitors, Mrs. Afflick, and Mrs. Cecil Branson of Dallas. Texas. Mrs. Branson and daughter, I.yn, are vtsilinR here as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, and Women of B'nal B'rith Elect Chapter Officers Mrs. Carl E. Coulter was elected president o( the Annie Welnhcrg Clupter No. SOT of Women's r B'rith at their meeting at the home f Mrs, Seli'.oert Jledel, Tuesday. Mrs. Coulter will succeed Mrs Nathan Woinberg of Osceola. Slie nd Ihe other officers elected Tues ny will be installed In May. Mrs. Sidney Plait was elected ice president, Mr.s. Harry Lcvltcl ecretary, Mrs. Sum Joseph treas irer ,and Mrs. Louis Lanske, chnlr an of the bond drive. Tim group will meet April 9 he home of Mr.s. Koath Hnrwarg a Osceola. Out of town guest at the mcetln Tui-sday Included Mrs. Morris Hor owltz of New London, Conn., moll er of Mm Jerry Cohen. Refresr menu were served by the hostess. . proving at the home of his parent after undergoing treatment a Blytheville Hospital. 19-19 Mulil ut Cotlon Sue llot-tll •car* • ilrlkliiR ciillnn velvclcrn ale dreM from her fali'llmi* coi- on fashion collection. Till" frock designed by Ceil Cliapjimn In fabric b; Jullliard. . Iff*, li lli* offU-lnl MA||IIII«| Ovllnn Council portrait of llie 1'J 19 Mnld of Grilon, broHiveyi'd Sn« Ilnxell of II»ker«firltl, Cillf. The prcllr Mulil Ii no« In tlie iniilit of hrr (tatmiroiift InlrriiHtLimnl lour •• itia cotton Industry 1 * fusil- ion mul goodwill jimtmKflfiilrfAi. At Kiny Gillnn'ft nfficlnl rc|irfRriitn- live, the Mill vlill pilorc limn ilS major rlllr. In 111* United Stnti'i, Ktijfljitul, anil Frailer. On lior tour the Maiil Mt>nr* a beautiful nil* lection of cotton coBlunim i-trulcd etprciiillj for her hy SO of llie nalion'i lou dulgnara. wrll. G)Uiii], I* in'flly HI n { ^nniiirl trrnicft <lrc"» lU'di^nfil in r.*i-rfnM prlnlfil rottini lij- l-Vnncr* Si<lrr for ftumiiifr illuinu inul iliuc- Half Moon New* Mr, and Mri, OrvUK Mltchel ere ho*t and hosttss to » l»rg« umber of friends Tundty Blcht t th« church complimenting *tr. nd Mr*. Junior Ingram with » hower. Games wen playtd unto he direction of Mr. Mitchell and Iter the (Kta were opened, ra- icshinenta of coffee and wk« w»r» crved by tlic hostesi. Mr, and Mrs. O. Watwn and Miss Earllne Richardson spent th» weekend In Jackson, Mlw., u guest* of Mr». Watson's mother, Mn. 1. W. Bryant. Mr, nnd Mr;. Henry Buck wtr» u Poplar Bluff, Mo., Sunday u guest-i of Mrs. John R. Buck and •Jam Buck. Miss Jnnltn Spain 1* In Indto, ftllf., for an Indefinite visit with her Bister, Mm. Johnnie Long. Leslie Wtitklns, who Is stationed with the Army at Camp Chaffee, i» homo on n 10-day furlough. Mr. nnd Mrs. Coy Twccdle, Mn. W. 11. LlKhtfool mid Hugh William* wcro In Memphis Saturday where Mr. Twcccllo underwent a checkup nl thu Diipllst Hospital. wimls club nt tho luncheon meeting In thu Hotel Noble, Wednesday. .GIVES FAST RELIEF hen COLD MISERIES iTPUKt LIQUID OR TABLETS Methodist Women Form WSCS Unit at Lone Oak Women of the Lone Oak Methodist Church met Wednesday with Mrs. Ben Ray for an all-day meeting and to organize a Woman's Society of Christian Service. Officers elected by the group include Mrs. Floyd Davis, president, Mrs. J. W. Fields, vice pres- dent, Mrs. Ray, secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. R. E. Bavis, reporter. Twelve members and three visitors. Mrs. R. L. Hawkins, Mrs. Pat Elill and Mrs. Clarence Davis, were present. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. J. W. Walters. The next meeting will be held March 22 at the home of Mrs. Floyd Davis. Dr. Branson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. TJ. s. Branson. A dessert course was served preceding the games. • « * Mrs. Nail is Hostess To G. N. B. Club Members Mrs. Byron Nail entertained members of the G. N. B. Club with a bunco party last night at her home, when she also was hostess to two other guests, Mrs. Louise Nolen and Mrs. William L Walker Gladioli In colorful shades were used to decorate the living room of the Nail home. High score prize went to Mrs Walker, bunco to Mrs. Weldon Ncbcl and low to Mrs. Norvclle Humphrey. A dessert course with coffee was served PTA at Burdette Holds All-Day Study Course Twenty-eight members of t Burdette Parent-Teachers Association met yesterday at the school for an all-day study course. The Rev. Russell Duffer led Ihe morn In i; discussion, using as the theme for his lalk, "Laying a Finn Foundation". Luncheon was served nt noon In the school cafeteria and the study courses were resumed In the nlt- crnoon. The "Pre-Srhool Child" as discussed by Mrs. Hays Sulll- in. r.nd Mrs. Jim Tompkins talked i the problems of the "Elementary cliool Child". Assisting in the presentation of he program were Mrs. Ralph rCourl, Mrs. J. F. O'Nell, Mrs. Harry ute.s, Mvs. McHaffey. Mrs. Brad Plans Revival in Dyess A revival meeting will begin Sun day In the Dyess Central Baplis Church, It was announced today The Rev. L. L. Jordan will conduc the services, to begin at 7 p.m. an music will be under the dircctio of Paul W. Owens of Lake City. Wilson News Ail dresses F. T. A. Brad Walker of Jonr.sboro was speaker at yesterday afternoon's meeting of the Wilson Parent "Feather Association, when he told of rehabllitnlion work liclng done In the state of Arkansas. Mr. Wulkcr. who wns introduced by Philip Ucor superintendent of schools, Ls In charge of the work being carried on in Cralghciul, Clay, Orocn and Mississippi counties. The opening prayer was Ivon bl George Patchell, Wilson Hluh Schoo principal, and the devotional was offered by Miss Nonna Anderson The president's mcssngc was rciu by Mrs. A. E. Clark. Student Council Mcrls Members of the Student Counol of Wilson High School attended th Inter-city council meeting licit Wednesday In Wynne. They wer accompanied by J. D. Roberts, spoil sor for the group. )ksmls.sccl: J. T. Hipp. city. Mrs. Homer McKuy, lining Clly. o. Artie Olxrn, city. Walls Kii!i|iUal dismissed : llob Wliltc, city. Helen Clrlslmin, Hnyll. Mo. Alum lx>ls PrntU, Stei'Ic, Mo. Shearin, Mrs. Edith Epperson and Mrs. Bevill. Mrs Doyle Turner's fifth grade >rcser.ti>d a brief radio skit entitled 'Adventures in Books," and Supt. L. H. Autry gave the closing talk on "The Adolescent Child." Cominq Events Social Calendar Friday The Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club will meet at the Woman's Club at 7:30 o'clock, for covered dish supper. Hostesses, Mrs J. W. Adams Sr., and Mr>. W. A Stickmon. Saturday Mrs. Kendall Berry and Miss Vcra Goodrich entertaining at Berry home complimenting Miss Ila Rogers, bride-elect, 2 p.m. To Present Pajeant A musical pageant "Pnssini? o Winter" will be presented here Fr day March 25, In the high schoo auditorium under direction of Ml Mary E. Symonds, musical Instnic or in the high school. The Kin rt Queen of Winter will be po rayed by Bill Williams and Pas Green, nnd other children will rep eseiit snowmen, clouds, snow flnkcs, clcles, Jack Frost and front fairies Read Courier News Want Ada. At Tile Hospitals Allowing 10 passengers to an ele- utor, Colorado's entire populiUloi of 1,144,000 cun lie moved in inn rip on the pnsscngcr elevators U lally service in this country. Memphis where he underwent a uiec operation a wrck ago. IrownJo Troop Members 'resent Skit in Yarhro Tlin llrowuie Troop XI of the llylhtn'tlle Girl Scouts presuntcd n nutrient skit, nt the Yarhro school yesterday afternoon, entitled "JJolls on DresK I'nnidc." The .skit was directed by Ihe leader, Mrs. IxMinurd Johnson, und tho following Scouts imvliclimtid, in tho Kny I.« I'ernpy, Clull lirogdon, Gctn>;c Ann Uyrd, Sully McCutchen, lir-th Johnson, Elsli! Wcbslor, Mary I,on Gtu', Ltndti l^iu Ullworth. Molhn Jours, Anioe CluindliM', Dnr- Icnn I'Vlnlxn'K, Mnry Gruco Ixnvry, Miiry Until Man 1 , Anita Wriilcn, Nun Miller, r l\)by Ann Long and Put WlllliiKluun. The troop luis Iwen nskcd lo pro- scut the skit to thu Ulythcvlllo Kl- 'Uox Office Opena 6:30 Blum Hta.ta 6:«S Opcni Sunilny 1:00} Starte 1:1( Ooiilliiuimi Hliow« Sat. A Sun. tlarimin Nijhl Every Nljht Kicriit Saturday No nassea hnnorod on Bnndmy *l KOIJ Thatr* To Attend Feitlval Members of the Wilson School Glee Club will attend the state musical festival in Little Rock April 7 and 8. The glee club has attended thL 1 ; annual affair for the past five years. 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