The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1955 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1998 BLTTHEV1LLB (ARK.V COtTRTEK NEW! PA6BFTVH - Society News - in Ann Mallnrv. Snripliv Editor * Pht Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Ladner Complimented With Sljower DELL — Miss Carol Ann Ladner was complimented with a miscellaneous bridal shower at the Baptist Church last week. Hostesses were Mrs. T. N. Bennett. Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. Doyle Houston and Mrs. Udell Newsom. A pink and white color scheme was used to decorate the recreation rooms of the church with the refreshment table being centered with an arrangement of snapdragons. ! The table was overlaid with a linen cutwork. cloth. Arrangements! of periwinkles completed the dac-, orations. Miss Ladner wore for the occasion a printed green cotton trimmed with green velvet. She wore black accessories and was presented a tuberose corsage. Mrs. B. T. Ladner and Mrs. H. R. Henson were special guests. They were presented white carnation corsages from the hostesses. Women's Fellowship Holds Meetings An executive board meeting, luncheon and general meeting were held yesterday by Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church. At the executive board meeting renewal subscriptions for World Call were taken and a brief business session was held. Faith Group was hostess to 34 members for the luncheon at. which time another business meeting was held. Mrs. J. P. Garrott served as pro- grain chairman. A play on the United Nations was presented. Those taking part were Mrs. W. S. Rader, Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Jerry Morgan and Miss Margaret Wright. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe served as wflrship leader. Missionary benediction dismissed the group. BACHELOR PRESIDENTS j James Buchanan and Grover- Cleveland were bachelors when i elected President of the United! States. Cleveland was married to | Frances t Foisom in the White; House during his first term, but Buchanan" never married. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times C. Fulgham, Miss Kloss Exchange Vorys In a ceremony solemnized in Hernando, Miss., Sept. 24, Miss Charlene Kloss. of Des Arc. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kloss. became the bride of Clinton W. Fulgham, son of Mr. and Mrs- M. W. Fugham of BlytneviUe. The Rev. M. C. whitten officiated at the exchange of vows. The bride was attired in a pale blue satin suit with black accessories. Miss Mildred Bailsman of Little Hock was the only feminine attendant. She wore a mauve silk afternoon dress with navy accessories. Elmer D. Richardson of Blytheville was best man. The couple will make their home in Little Rock where Mrs. Fulgham i* employed by Jennings Motors and Mr. Fulcharn is stationed with the Air Force Air Defense Filter Center. Manila Chapter of. the Order of the Eastern Star honored the past worthy patrons and the past worthy matrons at their regular meeting Thursday night at Masonic Hall. Past worthy patrons honored were Ferrel Harris, Stanley Prad- enberg, E, L. Bennett and Mannering Towles and past worthy matrons were Mrs. Yvonne Harris, Mrs. Mary Nell Roach, Mrs. Laura Bennett, and Miss Clola McCormick. Misses Linda Kay Roach, Dorothy Roach, Glenda McWilHams and Tapian Ellis furnished music and songs. The Adenda was given by the j five star points. Points were Mrs. ' Dora Deason, Mrs. Francis Faulkner, Mrs. Ruby Homer, Mrs. Dovie Evans and Mrs. Hazel Woodruff. An emblematic folder, presented to Mrs. Lottie Mae Bourland, was given to the past worthy patrons and past worthy matrons. Mrs. Hortense Towles, worthy matron, presided over the meeting. A chicken supper was served buffet style during the social hour. jBible Study iGiven at Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb and child ren Tommy, Sissy and Id a Marie of .McClure,; HI., were the week-end guests of Mr, and Mrs. R. B..Holthouse and family of Manila. , Mrs. Connie Morgan, Mrs. Bobby I Scott and son Bobby Dean spent Sunday night with friends in Blytheville, Mr. ad Mrs. Carroll Waddell and sons Larry, Gaery and Rickie, spent Sunday with Mrs. Waddell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rouse, Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Decker and daughter Mickfe of the Brown Spur Community returned home Thursday night from a week's visit with their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Mills, and son, Dewayne of Chicago. They also visited Mrs. Decker's brothers, Evereit and Earlis Lancaster, and their fami- | lies, all of Benton Harbor, Mich. i Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Deeper and family of LaPort, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Decker and family Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Copeland of Caraway were Wednesday visitors of his brother. L. T. Copeland. Mrs. Tom Slayton of Fisk. Mo., Mrs. R. T. White, Mrs. Made Williams and son Ronnie were visi- tors in the home of Mrs. L, T.! Copeland Friday. Rev. and Mrs, D. M. Krles of Walnut Ridge spent Saturday night with their daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Williams; Rev. Krics was on his way to preach at the Conway Baptist Church in Blytheville. Judy and Mike Fatten of Poplar Bluff visited the past week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Patton. , Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Waddell were wiek end visitors of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Waddell, of Imboden. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rollins were week end guests of their daughter, Mrs. Clyde Jolliff, and they visited Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Chiphian and G. W. Rollins in Osceola. Mrs. R. C. Whitney and Miss Inez Whitney were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ham Robinson of Leachville Sunday. Bill Pretwell and children John-, me, Billie and Ruth of White Plains, Ky., are visiting Mr. Fretwell's father and family. Mf. and Mrs. Floyd Kirk returned to their home in Milligan Ridge recently after visiting relatives in California. Miss Mary Lou Williams left Monday morning to return to Peoria, III., after spending the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elby Williams. Mrs. Homer Boren and her brother, Guy Bourland, went to Des •Plaines, HI., recently to take home i Mrs. Hubert Boren and children | and Fay Boren. Mr. Boren is employed 'there. They returned last week. Cella Bedwell of Detroit, Mich., and Miss Jean Bedwell of Pontiac, Mich., and Mrs. Woodrow Crain of Pine Bluff were called to Manila Tuesday because of the Illness of their sister, Mrs. Ruby Smith, who is ill at the Ration Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Durham had as their guests from Thursday until Sunday, Chester M. Amundson of Edgerton, Wis., Virgel J. Hampton of Muscatine, la., and Leland R. Smith of Wilton Jet., la. They Were Army friends of Mr. Durham during World War II and he had not seen them in ten years. Friday the group decided to surprise a fourth buddie, accompanied by Mr. Durham they went to Cleveland. Miss., for the day and visited Harry C. Hall. They returned to their homes Sunday. The Sunnyland Methodist Church was the scene of a pot luck supper Tuesday night, Sept, 20, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cook on their 25th anniversary. To begin the evening's entertainment, a volleyball game was held on the church lawn with singing in the church sanctuary afterwards. Supper was served in the recreation hall. After the supper the couple was presented gifts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cook and children Jerry and Mrs. O. B. Cook, Laverna Billings. Rev. and Mrs. W. A, LaGrande, and daughter. Thella: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Casey and children, Sue, Lar- Ed Johnston, Mn, i. O. Hook ud Mrs. Bertha Hicks. Mrs. L. H. Good son returned home this week after visiting her daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Allen in Garland, Texas. Mrs. MiKan Fisher of Dexter was 'the Sunday guest of her mother, Mrs. Hettie Essig. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pierce left for their home in Flint, Mich., recently after spending the past three weeks visiting relatives here and in Hot Springs and Memphis. A. T. Pierce of Hot Springs is visiting -relatives in Manila this week. Edd Ashabranner of Flint, Mich., has arrived in Manila to spend two weeks visiting relatives. Michale and Caroline Berry are visiting their father, Jimmy Dale Berry, who was recently discharged from the Army at Camp Chaffee. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rubenstein and boys, Wayne and Mark, visited Mrs.. Rubenstein's sister and fam-1 ily, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Burson, in ; Memphis last week. •• Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wortham! have returned home after three; weeks with his parents, Mr. and \ Mrs. J. W. Wortham. The Manila Lions club were to have as their special guest Wednes- This Family Is Glass One DUDLEY. Mass. M>>—The Walter H. Tobin family collects glass—father, motlier, daughter and son- in-law. And they're real collectors; They won't even swap among themselves, says Mrs. Tobin. j ''We've got so many collections 1i keep my antiques down in the eel- I lar." says Tobin. I He specially fancies bottles, most- j ly flasks, but also rare glasses and i steins, plus some 120 glass baskets. His wife collects Tiffany glass j and china. She gets baskeis but I won't share them with her husband j for they're high on her collection list. Daughter Mrs. l-averne F. Lund- i berg collects intiqut fugs—m»M believe eggs, that is. They're mad« of blown glass, Ivory, laquer and what-have-you. Also, she has a lint of sugar, salt and pepper shakers. Tobin infected his son-in-law by giving him a shaving mug someone in Tobin's family carried through the civil war. Now, Lundberg has a shaving mug collectioa to excite the envy of a barber shop quartet. KEEP THIS AD! Over 15,000 Arthritic and RhfU- niatk Sufferers have taken this medicine since it cam* on the market. Frt-*- information hy giving your name and address lo BKA'XIl. MED- 1CIXE CO.. P. O. Bor 522, Hoi Springs. Arkansas. THEATRE On W. Main St In Blythevill* Phon* 3-4621 Peggy; Mrs. Ed Thomas, Mr. and day. Congressman E. C. "Took" Gainings. He was to discuss with the club the matter of vegetation growing in drainage ditches. A plan will be made to work Weekdays Show Siarts 7:00 p. m.—Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p. nu ry and Carrol!; N. B. Mobley, Mrs. toward the solution of the problem. The Rev. Harold H. Spence, pas- i tor of First Methodist Church, and i family enjoyed a short vacation j following the Arkansas pastor's i school at Hendrix College in Con| way, j They visiiea in Facatonica and i German Valley, HI., where Rev. I Spence served as student pastor J for three years while attending ' seminary at Garrett Biblical In: stitme. Northwestern University. ; They also visited with his sister, ! Mrs.. H. B. Carter, Rockford, El., s his brother, Jesse Spence of St. i Louis; and an uncle, Rev. Ted | Masters in Hannibal," Mo. At St. Louis, they visited the zoo and en! joyed especially the animal train< ing act and the. monkey show. j They were pleasantly surprised I to find that Red Skeltc-n, famed comedian, was also visiting the 1 monkey show and had been asked ! to participate in the act. Rita Kay, i oldest daughter of the Spences, ! secured his autograph and a camera shot of him. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Robertson I and Mary and Lanna of Nettleton : and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bibbs of < Monette were Sunda}- guests of i Mr. and Mrs. Reed Threlkeld. j ' Mrs. Milton Manning and Miss! » REPUBLIC PICTURE —AND— WIWUC FICTUMI KERIMA I-THI sHE-woir •^——i•— Also Cartoon Tues. •Wed^Thurs. •Fri. September 27-28-29-30 GLENN FORD • km FRANCIS • LOWS CALHERH «, MARGARET HAVES ADULTS 50c—CHILDREN 25c TL T ES, WED. & THURS. (Esther Circle Double Feai ure mm POWER BET1T GRABlf' I 2QHi ClKtUIY.fCU [NO — AND — A Bible study on the boot of Hebrews was given by Mrs. Georgia Hodge yesterday when Esther Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. J. J. Johnson. Ten members were present., Mrs. Paul McDaniel and Mrs. Jack Rushing led the prayers. Carloon "l-illle Toot" Second Rush | Party Being Held by Sorority Alph«fl Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi is holding its second rush party tonight ai Hotel Noble. Officers of the organization will be hostesses for the dessert-bridge and canasta party which begins at 7:30 p.m. Read Courier News Classified Ads AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION g Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crump Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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