The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 27, 1954 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 27, 1954
Page 10
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. 1954 Society News iHnvrr Sftnmtv FlrJitnr f Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Robeson Complimented With Shower Annual Choir Drop-In Held The annual Choir Drop-in hon- Hugh Whitsitt. oring new members of the Blyrhe-! Special guests were Hiram Snod- ville High School Choir was held at'"grass, 1954 choir president, several the home of Condon Bush last other former choir members, and night. In the receiving line were Jerry Nail, choir president; Gail Whit- Miss Mary Ann Bobeson, bride-j s i ttj vice-president: Condon Bush, elect of Charles Coleman, was com- • >, ost; Mrs. H. C. Bush and Mrs. Wil- plimented last night with a kitchen j so n Henry, choir director. shower at the home of Mrs. Kath- i xhe table from which party foods ryn Campbell. Mrs. Jack Maiheny j were served -was overlaid with a was co-hostess. j lace cloth and centered with an ar- The table from which party foods j rangement of roses in a silver were served was overlaid with an j bowl. imported linen cloth and centered Other arrangements of roses were with an arrangement of summer used throughout the entertaining flowers in a crystal bowl. j rooms. Miss Robeson wore for the occa- j Assisting at the table were Misses Wilson Henry, H. C. Bush and Mimi Creighton of Omaha, Nebr. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. George G. Hub_, • T_ •« ' I »»A- . G..UU. i»ii O. V^t-Vi ft^ V** -L.LW.W- sion a pink tissue gingham aress; p at partlow and Kay Jobe. Others j b arc j Jr-j - announce the birth of with pink accessories and was pre- [ assisting were Misses Martha Bean, j a son at jhe Methodist Hospital in seated a novelty corsage. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. Raymond j .. . . Hospital Sue Jobe, Anne Seay and Jimmy j Memphis. The baby, who has been named Benjamin Scott, has two Lee Moore. Mrs. Bush was assisted in enter- Zachry, Miss Mary Peatherston and j taining by Mrs. Byron Nail and Mrs. Mrs. Harvey Parrish. | Guests of the group were Mrs. I G. R. Robeson, mother of the bride- ( h M MOn elect, and Mrs. J. C. Coleman, moth- V~« 11 Ml Ui I er of the groom-elect. Beta Sigma Phi City Council Has Meeting The City Council of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. P. D. HnQ i iv^c> other brothers, George and Bill. Mrs. Hubbard is the former Miss Jane Sheddan of Senatobia, Miss. Mrs. Roy Craycraft and daughters, Nancy Lee and Sara Ann, of Hamilton, O., are here due to the illness of Mrs. Craycraft-'s mother, Mrs. T. M. Phillips. j Mrs. R. L. Mitchell has re- Mrs. Felix- Carney entertained \ turned from a three weeks visit members of the Chillion Club at the i with her daughter, Mrs. Tony Razorback yesterday afternoon. Bruschi, in Trenton, N. J. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. S. Crawford celebrated their golden anniversary recently at their home at Gosnell. Mr. Crawford is a retired grocer of GosnelL In the games, winners were Mrs. S. E. Torjusen, high, Mrs. Eddie Burks, second high, and Mrs. Hattie Hatfield. low. Mrs. Burks was a guest of, the group. At the conclusion of the Poster last night for a business j games, the hostess served a salad meeting. Mrs. Barney Crook presided. The council is composed of three chapters, Alpha Alpha, Alpha Delt and Exemplar. Officers elected for the coming j i J kA 4. • year were Mrs. Prance* Gammill, j M Q S /V \eeting course. LCC ] lta |TrinityYWA president; Mrs. 3. L. Boggs, vice- president; Mrs. T. A. Polger, trea- urer and Mrs. Dick Watson, publicity chairman. La Nueve Club Meets at the Country Club Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertained the La Nueve Club at the Country Club yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Toler Buchanan was a guest of the group. In the bridge games played, winners were Mrs. Leonard Oldham, high. Mrs. Buchanan, second high, and Mrs. Newton Whitis, bridge. At the. conclusion of the games, the hostess served a dessert course. Members of the Trinity Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Howard Caldwell last night. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Miss Fran Carter. Miss Marcella Ray presided over the business session and taught the mission study. Miss Geraldine Henton dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. Coming Events Friday Mrs. Dick « Shanks entertains members of the La Nueve Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Hotel at 1 p.m. By Ruth Home JOINER NEWS Mary C u 1 1 u m , Manila High School junior, is ill at Ration's Hospital, having undergone an appendectomy Monday night. Mrs. Zora ' Phillips, primary teacher in Manila central school for the past eight years, has resigned her position here and has accepted a similar position in the Caruthersville, Mo., school. Mr. Phillips will teach math junior high school. The in the George Davises will occupy the Phillips' home in their absence. L. K. Holt, Jr., of Manila and Bobby Scott of the Blackwater Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and daughter, Sue, have returned from a week's vacation at Ft. Walton, Fla., along with around 15 others in the party. Mr. and Mrs-. - -Eugene Hughen have gone to Clinton, Ind., to pick up the other school buses for Shawnee School, This makes nine new buses, none over two years old. Three of them were purchased this year. A meeting of the Sunday School faculty of the Joiner Methodis! Church was held Wednesday night at the church. The M.Y.F. of the Joiner Methodist Church held a party at the church Friday night. Mrs. A. L. Eifling is MYF leader. Miss Mable McClelland, one of the _ second grade teachers at Shawnee school, has resigned to take another position. Mrs. Corbet Washington is to take her place. Cotton picking near Joiner has gotten under way early this year. The first bale ginned at Bowden gin was grown by Clint White on the Greenwell place and was ginned Aug. 18. They had ginned around 25 bales by the middle of this week. The first bale ginned at the Farmers Gin Aug. 19 was grown by Charles Bealle. This gin has ginned 27 bales so far. A birthday party and shower of gifts was given for Sherry Kaffka Mrs. W. L. Hoover of Blytheville, Mrs. J. W. Pack of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. A. A. McKay and children of West Memphis returned yesterday from Hattiesburg and Pascagoula, Miss., where they spent a week visiting relatives. Condition of Mrs. T. M. Phillips, who underwent major surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis Wednesday, is reported satisfactory. She is in Room 203. Mrs. Aubrey Conway is spending this week in Osceola with Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White's children. Mr. and Mrs. White are vacationing at Blowing Rock, N. C. Mrs. E. C. Winters and son, Danny, of Richmond, Calif., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hudson, and famliy. Mrs. Bessie Justus has returned from a two weeks vacation in Hot Springs with her mother, Mrs. John Allan. community, both members of the j on Wednesday at the Joiner Bap- 1954 graduating class, will the armed forces Sept. 13. enter tist Church. Sherry is leaving for Baylor University at Waco, Texas, next week. The shower was in con- Manila Parent-Teacher Association will meet in the. Snider Me- j nection with the all-day meeting morial Library at 7:30 p.m. Mon-jthe women of the church had to day. A record attendance of 105! work on the baptisimal gowns, were present at the first meeting.! They had a picnic lunch. Snider Memorial officers for the | Dwight Bennett, son of Mr. and 1954-55 term are Wanda McWil- j Mrs. D. W. Bennett, is a patient liams, president; Melba Cornish, j at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. .vice president; Doris Hampton, j Mrs. Ellie Hughen and Mrs. Gil- Mrs. Payne Honored With Suprise Shower Mrs. Johnnie Payne, a recent i bride, was honored at her home last i night with a surprise miscellaneous shower by the Young People of the Church of the Nazarene. After the honoree had opened her gifts, refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Ira Gaines and Mrs. Jimmy Quick. Keep our handbag well stocked with facial tissues. The can be a j saving factor emergencies. in numerous little . Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRL, & SAT. Double Feature •"ALLEN KOKO- secretary-treasurer; reporter. Martha Ellis, These girls assist Mrs. Francys lie Wright are both on the sick list this week.. Mrs. E. E. Cissell. Mrs. G. E. Faulkner, librarian, in checking j Wright and Mrs. Mary Seymour out and checking in books and j were the delegates from the keeping the library in order. j Bardstown Home Demonstration Other assistants are Corine | Club to meet with the others from Gray, Ruth Patton, Priscilla Wag- j the county council at the Marine ner, Janice Vassar, June Kenson, | Hospital in Memphis Tuesday. Barbara Holsclaw, Mary Ellen | They served the patients home- Bray, Margaret Hart, Clifford i made cookies and punch, played Hicks, Marie Willmuth, and Betty | games and offered prizes for the -Potts. i winners. This is to be a monthly Mrs. Faulkner has announced | affair for the county council, send-, that the library will be open three! ing three members of the seven' days a week during fall vacation. ' clubs each time. We ve Moved From 101 East Main to 100 WEST MAIN CITY DRUG CO. Robert I. (Pelt) Thompson Owner r Serial "Gunfighters & Cartoon Sun., & Mon. i Double Feature • CREATURE BUCK UGOON HKM m RICHARD CARLSON JULIA ADAMS , RICHARD OENNIN6 • ANTONIO MORENO ! A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE METRO NEWS 'Ladies Guest Day' Held Here "Ladies Guest Day" was held at the Country Club yesterday when 62 were present. Mrs. B. A. Lynch was chairman of the affair and those assisting her were Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steele, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, Mrs. Newton Whitis and Mrs. Arthur Rogers of Osceola. A black and white theme was used with the table in the ballroom where the buffet-luncheon was served overlaid -with a white linen cloth and centered with a black wrought iron planter holding greenery and interspersed with dice. The prizes were wrapped with black foil sprinkled with'white dote and scorepads and tallies were miniature dice. In the bridge games played win-' ners were Mrs. J. C. Smith, high, Mrs. George Green, second high, and Mrs. J. W. Adams, bridge. An out-of-town guest was Miss Carolyn Buffaloe of Memphis. Gosnell School Classes Have Lawn Party Miss Sandra Crawford entertained j members of the tenth and eleventh grades of Gosnell High School with a lawn party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crawford, last night. Refreshments of party foods and iced drinks were served the 35 guests and the remainder of the evening was spent in informal entertainment. Bridge League Conducts Game The Duplicate Bridge League played a five table Howell Movement last night at Hotel Noble. Winners in the games were Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. Jim Roleson, first with 65 points; Mrs. Audreanel Freeman and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, second with 62 1 / 2 points and Mrs. Howard Fender and Mrs. Nola Samford, third with 61 Vi points. A masterpoint game will be played Saturday afternoon and next Thursday night. Surprise Shower Is Given for Mrs. Phillips Mrs. Bill Phillips, the former Miss Sue Krech, dauhter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Krech, was honored with a surprise shower last night when Miss Sue Prevost and Miss Dot- sene Poff entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson. The cable where the gifts were displayed was centered with an arrangement of summer flowers. Mrs. Phillips wore for the occasion a chartruese and gold striped dress and was presented a novelty corsage by her hostesses. In the games, winners were Mrs. W. E. Raspberry and Miss Jane Raspberry. Refreshments of party foods and iced drinks were served at the conclusion of the games. Guests of the group were Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs. Hugh Savior of Sweetwater, Tenn., and Mrs; J. E. Krech. Kibitzer Club Meets With Mrs. White Members of the Kibitzer Club met with Mrs. Johnny White yesterday afternoon. ! Winners in the bridge games ! played during the afternoon were i Mrs. Harry A. Haines, high, and i Mrs. Richard Rose, second high. I The hostess served a dessert course at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. Rose was a guest of the group. If your skin is red and flushed and your color is "high" you can tone down its color by using a beige powder and foundation. Avoid any make-up having pink tones. At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. JLucille West, city. Clark Long, city. Mrs. Betty Hoyle, city. Mrs. Ben Abbott, city. Mrs. Richard Plumber and baby, Steele. Mrs. Emma Nolan, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Baby Ann Jackson, Kennttt, Mo, Betty Jo Bryant, city. Mrs. Laverne Morris, Steele. Baby Ray Southern, city. Ruth Jones, city. The Joshua tree or the desert belongs to the lily family. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY Exclusive Fall Fashions at Whifsiffs U 49-95 REVIVAL EVANGELIST BILLY SHULTZ Assembly Of God Church At Half Moon Rev. JVL D. 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