The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 3, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER MEWi SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1958 - Society News — :. A«« AfnlU.Mr Cnoini\r EMitm* • PhoiK Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Country Club Setting for Dinner For Nelson-Czeschin Party Members of the Nelson-Czeschin wedding, party were honored last night when Mr. Czeschin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Czeschin, entertained with a rehearsal dinner at the Country Club. . • In a ceremony this afternoon. Miss Janet Nelson, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Nelson, became the bride of Charles Czeschin. Elaborate decorations foretold the theme to be used in the wedding this afternoon with a pink and white design blended with green. Interest focused on the Urge T- shape table in the ballroom, with the mantel converted into a reflected setting-. Magnolia leaves, flocked with white, covered the mantel with a grouping of white stock and stephanotis in the center. Flanking were candelabra with the, glowing tapers reproduced in the wall mirror. Antique silver was used for the table flowers and candles. Clusters of pink and white stock and stephanotis in an epergne, were studded with glowing minute candles which, with the larger branched candelabra, formed an ethereal effect. Replicas of the centerpiece and white candles in maline clusters were nestled in leather leaf fern. which gracefully formed a pattern i along the table. j The 35 places were marked with ! pink heart-shaped place cards with ' petite wedding bells and Miss Nelson had a corsage of pink carnations and white stephjinotis. Miss Nelson wore for the occasion a light blue over-all embroidered dress. During the evening Miss Nelson and Mr. Cezschin presented gifts to their a ttendants and to each other. Out-of-town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Allison of Arkansas City, Kans.. Mr. ind Mrs. Chester Briggs of Tupe'.r Miss.', Miss Patricia Freed, Kansas City, Mo., Miss Rosann Hammer, Los Angeles. Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson of Houston, TeX., William Nelson of Yazoo City, Miss., Sam Snoody of Carthage, Mo., Mr i arid Mrs. Robert Stair of Prairie I Village, Kan?., and Mrs.. John B. j Staeih and Jack Staeth, Jr., of ' Hendersonville, N. C, Bits of News erAonal Breakfast, Drop-in And Dinner Conclude Events for Miss Bailey Concluding pre-nuptial affairs for Miss Carol Ann Bailey and .George Kamp of Conway who will be married tomorrow at First Methodist Church, was a breakfast this, morning, a drop-in this afternoon and the rehearsal dinner tonight. Miss Ann Perry, a bridesmaid, and Mrs. Hiram Haley, a reception attendant, entertained -at the Dixie Fig this morning with a breakfast. Miss Bailey wore for the affair a brown cotton dotted with pink, yellow and white. She wore white accessories and received crystal salt and pepper shakers trimmed in silver from her hostesses. Special guests were Mrs. T. J. Bailey, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Elmer Norman. Another bridesmaid, Miss Sally McCutchen, and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Georgia Bailey -were hostesses for tbe drop-in at the Country Club this afternoon. led drcinks and hors d'oeuvres Jo silver appointments were served from glass topped tables throughout the afternoon. Pink asters and white stock formed the centerpiece for the tables. Completing decorations were mixed arrangements of summer flowers. . , . A gift was presented Miss Bailey by her hostesses. She wore for this party a black and white cotton hal-1 ter dress with full skirt and rhinestone trim. This party was for members of Coming Events MONDAY Presbyterian Executive Board meeting, 2:30 p.m. WSC6 of First Methodist Church having luncheon-program meeting at church. Wesleyan Service Guild meeting a-t church. Mrs. Elmer Ambrose and Mrs. HftrreU Davis are hostesses. WMU of First Baptist Church having business meeting and Royal Service program, 2 p.m. WMU Day Circles of Trinity meetine at church. 2 p.m. TUESDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Bela Sigma Phi meeting u-ith Mrs. Ray Harrison. 904 N. Franklin, 7:30 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Country Club Bridge League meeting. GIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Eivood Been. American Legion Auxiliary meeting. Eastside Garden Club having flower shower at home of Mrs. C. M. Abbott wiih Mrs. Lee Stiles hostess. Mrs. Abbott and Mrs. Taft Metzger are co-hostesses. Arrangements will be floral and fruit centerpieces. WEDNESDAY TLE Bridge Club meetinz at Ra- zrrback u-ith Mrs. Otto Scrape hostess. the wedding party and out-of-town guests. The rehearsal dinner will be given at the Rustic Inn with the groom's father. Dr. H. W. Kamp, of Conway, as host. Guests will be seated at a U- shaped table with the head table beine centered with a white memory candle. This glittering candle will be tied with a Inrge white bow centered with lilies-of-the-valley. Budvases of garden flowers and miniature bridesmaids Will be alternated the length of the other tables. Miss Bailey will wear for the dinner a green and white crystalette dress featuring a scooped neckline, three-Ciuarter length sleeves and long torso. She will wear white accessories and be presented with a shattered carnation and tuberose corsage. The bride-elect will present her feminine attendants with white gloves and pearl and rhinestone earrings. Reception attendants will be preseted rhinestone bracelets. Mrs. John Caildill, who will serve as organist, will be given a compact. The flower girl will receive a locket and bracelet set. Mr. Kamp will present his ushers and groomsmen with silver cuff links. Special guests will be the Rev. Mrs. Efwin Mitchell and children Jtanetta Jean, Ronnie and Carol ot Williamsburg, Va., have arrived In Bfytheville to make their home at 1129 Hearn. They will live here while their husband and father, Captain Mitchell, is teaching an aircraft maintenance course in Athens, Greece for six months. Mrs. Mitchell is the .former Imogene Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen and son who have spent the past 10 months in Hawaii, are visiting Mr. Allen's mother, Mrs. R. C. Allen, and his grandmother. Mrs. Alice Womack. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan left this morning for St. Louis to spend the Labor Day weekend with their daughter. Mrs. Louis Trow- j bridge, and family. j Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Konopack and I sons Bobby and Dick of New Lenox, ' 111., were overnight guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. Mr. Konopack, a wholesale houseware and toy dealer of Joliet, 111., received his wings at Blythevilte Air Force Base in 1943 and was stationed here as an instructor for two years. Those from Blytheville in Memphis today to attend the annual Sigma Chi rush party at Hotel Peabody are Bill Williams and Miss Ann Hindman, Owen Harrison and Miss Diane Butler of Osceola, Britt Owen and Miss Ann Holmes of Ripley, Term. Rushees and their dates attending will be Condon Bush and Lenora Mclnnes, Eugene Still and Emily Damon, Charlie Penn and Linda Rayder. Miss Gail WhitsittjWill attend as the date of Bill Stockton of Aberdeen. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Conny Modinger. Jr., and children Neal and Terry and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, Sr., will return tomorrow night for New Orleans where they spent the past several days with relatives. They were accompanied to New Orleans by Mrs. Modinger Sr.'s mother, Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, who is remaining there for a longer visit with her daughters and son. Mrs. Ira Anthony is now at her home on 217 E. Missouri following treatment for a. broken arm at Campbell's Clinic. Miss Bobbie Seymore of Little Rock will arrive today to spend the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Seymore. Aaron Harding is vacationing in Sara-sota, Fal. Marvin Lane .who is undergoing treatment, at Kennedy Veteran Hospital in Memphis, will arrive home today for a week's furlough. He will be motored home by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turner are at Sardls \ * > P * ' <• ,»«!,»>' *^5 t .™t-*4 ;-y>' ? Decorations for the room were in Keeping with th« theme. Mirrors were painted with brightly colored leie and the Aloaha. Bouquets ot zinnias were used in the windows *> ^ i* 4 ?kf_ iLJ FASHION' SHOW QUARTET — Dressed as "Alice in Fashionland" on Channel 13. Sept. 8. cards, Davis Cobb. Dick Foster, Don Coleman (Courier N'ewj Pholo) and Glenn Ladd. Jr., will sing a number from Rehearsal Dinner Given At Dixie Pig The wedding party of Miss Joy Coleman and Billy Colston was honored wtih a rehearsal dinner in the Pine Room of the Dixie Pig: last night. Arrangements of roses were used on the individual tables where the guests were seated. Miss Coleman wore tor the occasion a Roman striped faille dress with gray being the predominant color. During the evening gifts were presented to the attendants by the couple. Swiss cheese melted Into scrambled eggs is good for a late breakfast. Just before the eggs are done, stir strips of Swiss cheese with thp eggs until melted. Serve on toasted, buttered English muffins. Tiiere is .a difference between the two types of dairy-made chocolate-milk beverages offered for sale in this country. One is chocolate-flavored whole milk. The other is chocolate-flavored skimmed or partially skimmed milk. Preview of Auxiliary Fashion Show to be Given on WHBQ Blytheville Junior Auxiliary will give a preview of its seventh faslion show on WHBQ's television program, Lady of the House, at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8. spending the weekend Lake, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. John Prather and son John Wade will return home over the weekend from Ripley, Tenn., where they have spent several days visiting relatives. Miss Kay Crafton is spending the weekend in Columbus, Miss., at- San Diego, Calif. . Calvin Czeschin and Benny Hays witt.\pave in the morning for wish week at- trie University of Missouri. Miss Mary Jo Hall of Washington, D. C., arrived yesterday t.o visit her mother. Mrs. A. G. Hall, and other relatives. and Mrs. Harold Eggensperger, j tending the wedding of a former Mrs Cal Oossett and H W. Kamp,: roommate at Mississippi Southern Jr..'of Denton. Tex. I College, Miss Betty Egger, who is GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk J B.EAM3R C I PARKPR-4 CHARITQH P/RKER-HESTON IN PARAMOUNT"! THEAlflKE SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature W _AND— LTCW 1 . i Can't afford New tires?.. «\ - Our RE-CAPS art Guaranteed! Tires Rotated 99c Wheels Balanced. ,ea. |1.0fl BURNETT'S Royal Tirt Service 1. Bl«kw«j I) Pk. 1-*M2 ,, . "*.f« TECHNICOLOR ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY & MONDAY The PRODIGAL' « COLOR Lana TURNER- Edmund PURDOM ALSO CARTOON Coming to Sfarvue Sept. 11 - 12—TAU, MAN RIDING With Randolph Scott & Dorothy Malone Most Popular Theatre Northeast Arkansas' Tonight 10:30 Sun.&Mon. September 3-4-5 'v thousand miles... someone he'd never seen! ARTHUR KENNEDY • DONALD CRISP CATHY O'DONNELl • ALEX ( NICOL .AUNE MacMAHON .**..„, A COLUMBIA PiCTUftC A WILLIAM GOET2 PRODUCTION ClNlMASCOrf TECHNICOLOR ScirlA ri r t, ffliL* )(*D«* ii( Fli M tfOI tM UtunM OtKU« RKt K*, V) Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, president of the Auxiliary, will act as commentator w describe the fashions. Mrs. Ben Harpole will portray Mrs. Rabbit who watches with interest the modeling of fashions, Johnnie Fay Bunch will represent the Tot Shop and Don Coleman will model for Mead Clothing Company. Mrs. E. L. Taylor, Mrs. Jack Hale and Mrs. Fred Kelley will present styles from Whitsitt's Shop. Ronnie Fay Etchieson will show a sport outfit from Whitsitt's LaBelle Shop. The technique of scenery making will be demonstrated by Mrs. William Rader as she shows several designs used in the production. The specialty numbers to be used in the show will be represented by the Blytheville High School Quartet under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry. The television program will be designed to show a few highlights of Alice in Fashionland, to be pre- Box Office Opens 6:45 SFow Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35p At All Times sented Tuesday night, Sept. 13, at the high school auditorium. > to Hawaii," Theme Used At Party for Blytheville Teachers A trip to Hawaii was in store last night when a party was given at Hotel Noble Plantation Room for teachers m the Blytheville School District and their guests. ol the room. Hawaiian punch and individual cakes were served from a table over laid with a white linen cloth and centered with a massive arrangement of zinnias. Encircling the base of this arrangement were magnolia leaves 'and a mixture of fruit. In the games played during the evening Mrs. T. A. Woodyard won the prize for the best hula dancer and Charles Henderson won the prize for the most original costume. Miss Ann Wilson won the telegram contest and Mrs. Charlie Leggett was winner in the puzzle contest. Those in charge of the party were Mrs. Dan McCaskill, Mrs. Lil- There are new. ice trays on the market that turn" out ice in slices, rather than cubes. They eliminate waste and make the ice easy to handle. Paint Closeout M»nj TTPW »n« Col»r« ^ i Price Hubbard Hardware lian Frank, Miss Gloria Ashmore, Mrs. Charles Perm and Mri. Boy Lee KirlcseJ'. During the evening entertainment wns provided by Ronnie Et- chteson, Martha Ann Poster and Danny Oobb. They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ralph B«r- ryman and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Receiving the guests as they arrived were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- Oraw, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. 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