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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 3, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1954 Society News illnrv Snripfr.v Eriitnr f Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 White Bible Service Given Miss Dougherty Miss Marilyn Dougherty was guest of honor last night at the home of Miss Millie Ann Mallory when members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church presented her with a white Bible. The meeting was opened with prayer by Miss Mickey Allen and the candlelight Bible service was held. Miss Cliffie Overman dismissed the group with prayer. The entertaining rooms were decorated with white wedding l>ells and garden flowers. The honoree's chair was marked by a white satin bow. Miss Dougherty was dressed in white with white accessories and was presented a white aster corsage tied in green maline and satin and a gift from her hostess. Guests of the group were Mrs. L. A. Dougherty and Mrs. O. O. Stires. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served a dessert course. Coming Eveiits WEDNESDAY Club Eight meets with Mrs. H. G. Partlow. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. The Kibitzer Club meet* with Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. FOE THE SUN — Abbreviated shorts take their place in the sun, this season in shining cotton satin by Hope Skillman. They're teamed with mandarin skirt in diamond-striped cotton. (NEA Woman's Editor) Special For Dates Miss McHenry Complimented With Parties Mrs T. L. Stanford and Mrs. Tom Callis were hostesses for a Miss Brownlee Complimented At Party Mrs. James Vest and Mrs. Gene Lanham were hostesses last night Bits of News IV l f breakfast at Mrs. T. L. Stanford's I when members of the local office 8075 10-20 \H By Sue Burnett A "youthfully styled frock for important events. With a change of Sleeves, you can have a smart duress for general wear. Pattern No. 8075 is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, short tleeve, 4y 4 yyards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy ot our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The fall and winter '54 issue is filled with' attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. home Friday morning complimenting Miss Wade McHenry, bride- elect of Robert J. Stewart of Texas. The table where the 12 guests were seated was decorated in Mexican style. A Mexican hat was used as the centerpiece filled with flowers of vivid colors. Ribbons of the same colors ran from the centerpiece to the bride's place where a miniature Mexican bride and groom were stationed. Guests of the group included Mrs. T. F. Hudson, grandmother of the of Ark-Mo Power Company honored Miss Margaret Brownlee, bride-elect of J. W. Shouse. The individual tables where the guests were seated were centered with bud vases holding white rosebuds. The table where gifts were displayed was overlaid with a hand crocheted table cloth and centered with a bride doll and white rosebuds flanked by white tapers in crystal candelabra. Winners in the bunco games played during the evening were Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton, high and bunco, bride, Mrs. Allen Segraves, Mrs. and Mrs^Pat Burks, low. Harold Ohlendorf and Mrs. Dick j,. MlSs . Brownlee wore a powder Cromer of Osceola, Miss Betty blue n ™ ^ ™«j navy accesso- Bayou and Miss Donnie Walters of Kansas City, Mo. Miss McHenry was dressed in a white printed cotton and was presented an orchid corsage, also a gift of silver and linen from the hostesses. She was complimented again Thursday when Mrs. Leonard Ellison, Mrs. R. C. Langston and Mrs. Sarah Sartain entertained with a bridge- luncheon at Mrs. Ellison's country home. Spring flowers were used throughout the party rooms. The bride-elect was presented an orchid corsage and a linen gift by her hostesses. Guests included Mrs. R. L. Houlk and Mrs. T. F. Hudson, mother and grandmother of the bride-elect, j Other guests were from Luxora and Osceola. Winners of the bridge games played during the afternoon were Mrs. Sam Bowen, Mrs. Russell Bowen and Mrs. Elizabeth Silliman. ries and was presented with a novelty corsage. Marriage Licenses The following couples have received marriage licenses from the county clerk's office: Gerald L. Woodruff and Beulah Barnett, both of Manila. James T. Kifer and Cecil Mae Little, both of Holland, Mo. Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p. m. Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. Phone 3-4621 Baptist Circles Have Meeting The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met at the church yesterday afternoon for a Royal Service and business meeting. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword and group singing. Mrs. C. E Johnson led in prayer and the minutes were read by Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr. Mrs. Kendall Berry presided over the business session and Mrs. Marion Williams dismissed with prayer. Mrs. H. H. Brooks program chairman introduced Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr., who was in charge of the program. Those on the program were Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. Charles McWaters, Sr., and Mrs. Joe Freeman. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments were served at the conclu- s'on of the meeting. On West Main St. In Blytheville Air Conditioned For Your Comfort Thurs. & Fri. - Aug. 5 & 6 MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Biyfhevflle Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT Tuesday & Wednesday Double Feature Max T. Gurley will receive his bachelor of science degree in agriculture at commencement exercises of Mississippi State College Aug. 14. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin English and Mr and Mrs. Bill McGhee of Aberdeen, ILiss. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry and children are spending a three-week vacation in Hardy, Ark. Herbert Joyner who is working in Louisiana, Mo., spent the week end here with his family. Mrs. Charles Graham and Mrs. E. R. Alley were in Memphis yesterday where they underwent a check-up at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Fiske Miles, Jr., and daughters, Sally and Marilyn, have returned to their home in Kansas City, Mo., after a visit here as guests of Mrs. Miles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey. Misses Belle Whitsitt and Alice Whitsitt and Mrs. Joe Trice of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whitsitt and daughter of Los Angeles, Calif., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell over the week end. Mrs. Pearl Lamb visited in Memphis last week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dill. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Wilson and son, Johnny, of Campbell, Mo.., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hester and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson this week end. Miss Celestia Swank spent the week end in Poplar Bluff visiting her mother, Mrs. Alma Swank. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Platt and family are vacationing at the Lake of the .Ozarks and visiting their son, Manley, who is a counselor at Camp Wa-Kan-da there. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young and daughter, Janet, of Batesville, Miss., were the guests of Mr. Young's mother, Mrs. Eunice Young, this week end. Sunday the ijroup motored to Jyersburg, Tenn., to visit Mrs. Eunice Young's mother, Mrs. Kittie Lancaster. Mr,, and Mrs. Leon Jones have returned from a vacation spent in Dallas, Tex., Morrilton, England and Springfield, Ark., where they visited relatives. Edward Lee Pipkin and Mrs Doris Phillips have returned to St. Louis after spending the week end here visiting their mother, Mrs. Lucille Pipkin, and Airs. Phillips children, Chuck, C. A. and Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. W. D Chamblin have returned from a vacation spent in Michigan and Canada. In Michigan, they were the guests of Mrs. Chamblm's brother, Harry Harold, and Mrs. Harold at the' cottage on Lake Henderson. Mrs. C. C. Ganske and son, Tarl, have returned from Wichita, Kans., where they were the guests of Mrs. Ganske's sister, Mrs. John R. Tansil. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dicks are Mrs. Miriam Berry and Mrs. Tom Shaw of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Huddleston and children, Martha and Leroy, Jr., have returned from a vacation spent in Estes Park, Colo. While in Colorado, Martha and Leroy attended Cheley Colorado Camp. G"2sts of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Farr and Mrs. T. H. Haynes over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes of Fort Smith. Mrs. T. H. Haynes returned home with them to spend several days. Miss Mary Sue Wright is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. She is in Room 539. Guests of Mrs. C. E. Johnson a?e Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Canady, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Fletcher and children and Mrs. George Stovall of Granite, Okla. Church Auxiliary Conducts Meeting Mrs. Carson Alley was hostess last night at her home to members of, the Women's Auxiliary of St. Step- I hen's Episcopal Church for their! monthly business meeting Miss Josephine Shibley, devotional secretary, was in charge of the devotional, which was followed by reports of various officers and committee chairmen. The hostess served refreshments during the social hour. Yarbro WSCS Conducts Meeting Members of the Yarbro Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs Carl Burton last night. Mrs. Burton was in charge of the program and was assisted by Mrs. George Bunch and Miss Alice Marie Ross. Group staging followed the program and Mrs. Burton dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Denny Hammond presided ovre the business session. The hostess served refreshments in the social hour. GUESS WHO? - It's Greta Garbo arriving in Hollywood from Europe, and as usual the former glamor queen "wanted to be alone." This time she tried hiding behind her hair. Trinity Circles Have Meeting The Jewel Abernathy and Evelyn Stanford Circles of the Trinity Bap- j tist Church met at the church yes- j terday afternoon with 15 members \ present. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword with prayer by Mrs. Bill Crocker Mrs. R. W. Wooten presided over the business session and the devo-1 tional was given by Mrs. Marvin Kenwright. Mrs. Bill Cook dismissed the group with prayer. By Mrs. Lester Stevens Mrs. Roy Mayeux, Mr. Mayeux and new daughter, Vivian Annette. Mrs. Mayeux is the former Miss Mary Margaret Auten. Miss Elizabeth Head of Trumann, Ark., is the guest of Miss Marian 'Mayes. Miss Head and Miss Mayes taught school in Hawaii this past year. "iuincy Alexander and family and Mrs. H. L. Chambers were in Dyersburg Tenn., yesterday to visit Mrs. Chambers' brother, Dr, P. C. Tipton, who is ill. Mrs. L. M. Burnett nas returned from a vacation spent in Athens, Ala., Red Boiling Springs and Nashville. Tenn., where she visited relatives. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. R. M. T^tum and Mrs. H. L. Gladish. Guests of Mr. and . Mrs. W. E. Rhoads yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fullington of Winfield, Mo., and Mrs. Jack Proffer and children and Mrs. Gene Not- aker and daughter of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and children of Smithsville, Va., are visiting Mrs. Taylor's aunt, Miss Irene Crowder. Condition of Mrs. Herman Tinker, who underwent an operation at Walls Hospital last week, is reported to be improved. She will be allowed to have visitors this week and is in Room 215. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Canady of Granite, Okla., are the guests of Mrs. Lula Rhoads. I L. P. Townsend was called to Lit- J tie Rock yesterday due to the sud-I den death of W. H. Crook. Mrs.' Crook and daughter were in Har- j lengen, Texas, at the time of his; death. Sarah Lynn Dunlap of Ridgley, Term., is the guest of Miss Bobbie June Killian. Carolyn Wren has returned from a month's vacation in New Orleans Mrs. W. A. Carter underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis Friday. Mrs. Carter's daughter, Mary Ann Bourland of Washington, and her son, Arthur Bourland of Kansas, have been with her for the past few days. Ray Tate has returned home from Osceola Memorial Hospita] and :s reported as improved. Miss Lavetta Clark is a patient at Walls Hospital in Blytheville. Other hospital patients in Memphis during the • week included Mr. W. P. Ellie and Mrs. Alice Glick. Miss Ann Ashley Rozelle has had as her guest for the past week Miss Elaine Smith of Douglasville, Ga. Miss Rozelle was accompanied to Memphis Thursday to meet Miss Smith by Vivian Brothers, Diane Stevens and Peggy Beth Ford. On Friday night, Miss Rozelle entertained for Miss Smith with a dance at her home. Miss Ann Ashely Rozelle, Miss Elaine Smith, Miss Nora Ann Jackson, Miss Dians Stevens, Miss Peggy Beth Ford, Miss Martha Ellen Williams and Miss Mary Jane Seamore motored to Memphis Saturday for luncheon at the Peabody, later attending the show, "Gone With The Wind." Miss Diane Stevens and Miss Nora Ann Jackson will entertain with a canasta party complimenting Miss Smith Tuesday afternoon. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bonnie Mayfield, Rt. 1, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Dorothy Bodgers, city Mrs. Billy" McFate, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Nina Jean Eubanks, Rose land Mrs. Curtis Patfcon, city Mrs. Alma Scherer, city Karan Hargett, city C. G. Eubanks, city where she visited relatives an< friends. While there, a beach partj at Biloxi was given in her honor tx celebrate her 17 birthday. Mrs. J. E. 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Each in a reusable plastic bag. Fits standard size 15" x 54" ironing boards. Mtmoritt MATTOON. HI. (£>)—LeBoy Parker, a former postman who last blew hi* whistle in 1936, is 92 and has a sharp memory. Since the day young Roy held his mother's hand while she wept after his father's safe return from the Civil War, Parker has been a sportsman, tig game hunttr, trar- eler and at one time a driver of a horse-drawn streetcar In Chicago. He remembers the election of General U.S. Grant over Horao» Greely in '72. He voted for Eisenhower in the fall of '52 and caught a string of fish off the Gulf of Biloxi, Miss., in the spring of '54. Read Courier News Classified Adi. OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY CARLOAD Admitted for 2 - 50$ Tickets Double Feature Th« 2 most ruthless mobsters. EDW, G. ROBINSON liftle Caesar WARNER BROS..RE-REIEASE1 in JAMEb CAGNEY Public Enemy THE BIG DOUBLE THRILL STARTS PUBLIC'ENEMY 1 .,;«,. 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