The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 7, 1956
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P AM TWO BLTTHBVTLLI (ARK.) SATURDAY, JANUARY 7. MM - Society News - • Ann Mallorv. .Wiptv KHifnr * Phfl Mh» MilK* Ann Maltory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Blytheville Kiwanis Club Has Annual Ladies Night at Hotel . Spring came early last night when members of Blytheville's Kiwanis C\\A presented their annual Ladies Night and installation of officers. Plantation Room of Hotel Noble was transformed Into a spring garden lighted by twinkling yellow tapers. The tables where guests were seated were covered with white linen with blue lacelon streamers running the length of them, standing on the streamers were blue and yellow tapers in leaf holders. Completing table decorations were various colors of singing birds standing on blue nests and bouquets of pink stock, blue Dutch iris and yellow pom-poms in pink gilded-containers. An Identical bouquet was used on the stage where special numbers were performed. This stage was a lawn decorated with a white wrought iron arch laced with white satin streamers. ' Performing were Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Owen, who presented, dinner music, and'Miss Gail Brogdon, who presented a special dance number. As the ladies entered the dining room they received corsages and a gift. . " Those in charge of ttiis annual event were Charley Brogdon; chairman; Larry Kate, O. E. .Knudsen, Bob Logan, L. E, Isaacs and Ed Tune. - ' . . Mrs. Charles Brogdon was in charge of decorations. Reception committee was Joe Swing, chairman, William S. Rader, Wallace Smith and Mr. Brogdon. . The Rev. James E. Fomeroy gave the invocation with Mr. Rader serving as toastmaster. Jimmy Richardson gave, the welcome ad- dresi and Bob McHaney had charge of. introduction of guests. Dr. L. H. McDaniel. Tyronza Rotarian, was guest speaker for the evening. Max Poe of pocahontas had charge of installation of officers. Tho«e officers were H. B. Richardson, president; Robert G. Mc( Haney, vice-P,resident; Elbert S. Johnson, secretary and Louie E. Isaac*, treasurer. Directors are Bob Logan, past president; Johnny Marr, Jim Stovall, J. L. Westbrooi Jr., Dean Tommey, Jada McGulre, Jimmy Sanders and Freeman Robinson. Zeta Chapter ; Initiation * Mrs. Joseph Veasman Lt. Veasman, iMiss Robinson Wed in Osceola First Christian church in Osceola was the scene of the wedding of Martha Lee Robinson, daughter of Mrs. I. R, Robinson of Elsberry, Mo., and Joseph C. Veasman, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Veasman of Keiser, Monday afternoon. The Rev. O. B. Moore, pastor of the church, officiated at the double- ring ceremony. . Raymond Peterman, brother-in- law of the bride, and Mrs. O. B. Moore, presented nuptial music. Mrs. R, W. Peterman, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor Following the ceremony a reception was held at the church parsonage with Mrs. Ed Alder serving as reception assistant. The couple are graduates of'the University of Missouri at Columbia, Mo. They will make their home in Fort Bragg, N. C., where Lt. Veasman is stationed with the Army. Ceremony Mrs. Ralph Berryman served as chairman for the- candlelight initia- -tion ceremony for Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma at Hotel Noble Thursday night. Becoming new members of the chapter were Mrs. Don Blackman, Mrs. Marguerite Coppedge and Mrs. James White. Miss Thelma Caffey, Mrs. B. D. Featherston, Mrs. Ben Nicholson, Miss Gary Mowery, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner and Mrs. Rex Warren were hostesses. Following the ceremony a business session was conducted by Miss Minnie Foster. At this time plans w.ere made for the Zeta Chapter to At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Walter Whaley, Dell Mrs. Bill Crosskno, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: W. W. Wateon, city Mrs. Jack Owen, city Mrs. Clyde Gaines, Yarbro Linda Privett, city \ Mrs. T. M. Hodges, city W. A. Arnett, city Mrs. John Prather. city Mrs. Ruby Phillips, city .Mary Williams, city Steven Darby, city sponsor a Reed-Lawton production of children's plays in the spring. Dates are to be announced later. At the conclusion a dessert course was sereved to the 33 members present. , $125 SUNDAY $125 i ' DINNER APPETIZERS r Fresh Homemade Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato. Juice ENTREE Stewed Chicken and Dumplings Baked Stuffed Pork Chops Roast Sirloin of Beef and Brown Gravy CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Blue Lake Green Beans Buttered Whole Kernel Corn Fried Apples Snowflake Potatoes SALAD Peach and Cottage Cheese Salad DESSERT Banana Cream Pudding Serving Home Made Hot Rolls T»kt the family out for Sunday Dinner RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN i'i Ftwrit* Eating Place Bits of News Those here to attend funeral services for Mrs. Samuel J. Me- Dearman Wednesday were M. E. McDearman, Sr., Mr, and Mrs. M. E. McDearman, Jr., Mrs. L. L. McDearman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. David Hurt, Mrs. Marvin Crichfield. Mrs. David Nunn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bake- and Mrs. R. L. Chambers, all of Halls, Tenn., Others were Mr. and Mrs. Watt Lucas. Crude Lucas, Odell Lucas of Friendship, Tenn.; Delmus Lucas, Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Benard Baker, Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Neill Bivens, Jackson, Tenn.; MIL Ford of Memphis and Mrs. Elzie Sullivan of Detroit, Mich. Miss 'Keen Norris of Memphis and Ken Burns of Burlingame, Calif., will spend the weekend here visiting Miss Norris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Miss Mary Bailey has returned to her home in Petersburg, Va., following a brief holiday visit here with her sister, Mrs. R. B. Stout, Mrs. Stout and daughter Mary Ann. Condition of C. C. Smtih, who underwent surgery yesterday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis after having received a fractured hip Thursday is reported to be. satisfactory. His wife and daughter, Mrs. S. E. Tune, are in Memphis with him. Friday Bridge Clubs Resume Weekly Schedule Friday Bridge clubs resumed their schedule yesterday following a break for the holiday season. Mrs. R. B. Stout was hostess to Friday Contract Club members and two guests, Mrs. Cleo Langsto'n and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Sr. The hostess used red carnations; berries and greenery to decorate entertaining rooms of her home for the, dessert-bridge. Bridge Winners were Mrs. G. O. Poetz, high, Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., second high, and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, bridgo. ENGAGED — In a ceremony to be solemnized Jan. 21 in Greenwood, Miss , Miss Virginia Lynn Robbins, daughter of Mr. vllle, will become the bride of Billy Joe Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes of Steele: Vendredi Bridge Club members and one guest, Mrs. Randal Hawks, were entertained at the Rustic Inn with a dessert-bridge last night by Mrs.'- Bill Slack. Mrs. Robert Gardner won high in the bridge games, Mrs. Robert Metcalfe, second high, and Mrs. Hawks, bridgo. .Mrs. Bill Rader and Mrs. Ed Wilkerson were guests yesterday when Mrs. Everett Peterson entertained LaFinesss Club with a dessert- bridge at her home. Mrs. Elbert Johnson and Mrs. Rader won high scores in the bridge games. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature — AND — CLAUDE CARTOON and SERIAL: "SEA HOUND" No. 3 SUNDAY & MONDAY • • « *« METRO NEWS * SELECTED SHORTS Mrs. Chester Raker Chester Baker, Miss Shumate ' Exchange Vows Miss Luphelia Shumate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle .Shumate of Blytheville, and Chester Baker, son of Mr. and- Mrs. Earl Baker, also of. Blytheville, .were married Dec. 24 at the home of William Seay, minister of the Church of Christ. Mrs. Baker is a graduate of Blytheville High School and is now employed at Rice Stix. Mr. Baker is now stationed at Pensacola, Fla.; with the Navy. Loyally Crockett , SAN DIEGO, Calif. (fP)~ Some youngsters may switch from the Davy Crockett cap to the Mickey Mouse headgear but not Laurel McCracken. The 5-year-old came home from Sunday School, with a .promotion certificate. Her Mom and Dad noted that her religious studies had been conducted for a whole year under the alms of— Laurel McCrockett. Wishing Leap Year Tbemes Used For Shower Honoring Miss Moore The wishing and Leap Year themes were combined last night for decorations and games when Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. J. D. Davis entertained at the Davis home with a shower complimenting Miss Jimmie Lee Moore, bride-elect of Jerry Strickland. As the 20 guest* entered the D»vi» home they saw a giant wishing bone, to which a note was attached, directing them to the den where. the Shower was held. Adorning this bone was a large blue mallne bow. The mantle in the den wa» de- Coming Events Ruth .. MONDAY Class of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Burley Slaytop, 7:30 p.m.' WMU Circles of Trinity Baptist Church meeting. , Circle One with Mrs. Bill Crocker, 3 p.rn.,»- ' Circle Two with Mrs. Jess Prov- er.ce, 2 p.m. ; > Three with Mrs. Ounter Circle Murff.' ' '-•••.' Circle Four with Mrs. Alvis Harris. :, . •.-.••V . : , Rose Marlowe Circle meeting with Mrs. Mary Pike, 7:30 p.m. WMU of First- Baptist Church meeting at church 1 p.m. for.cov- ered-dish luncheon and meeting. BWC Circle Eight meeting with Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp. Women of- the Presbyterian Church having training school for executive board at church, 10; 30 a.m. TUESDAY Officers Wives Club meeting at Rustic Inn, 12:30 p.m. Sudbury PTA meeting, 7:30 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting, 7 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs; Murl'Lowe, 7:30 p.m. CIB -Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Tri-Town .Club meeting with Mrs.' Gene Teaford. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. C. E. Crigger. Charlev.oix .Chapter' of CAR meeting at Hotel Noble, 1 p.mi Hostesses are Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mrs.' A. M. R. Branson and Mrs. J. E. Dicks. Miss Ruth Masgey, state regent, will be a guest at the meeting. Country Club Bridge League meeting. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with. Mrs. James B. Clark. Wednesday. Bridge-eiub meeting with Mrs. C.'A. Cunningham. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. William Lambert. Wednesday '! Night Bridge Club meeting ; ,with Mrs. : Elbert Johnson.' Club Eight meeting with Mrs, H.' G Partlow.. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting at church. 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs.- C. A. Cunningham. Altrusa Club meeting. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner entertaining Thursday Club at the Country Club. , . Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Rodney Banister. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Sally Freeman. FRIDAY * Woman's Club meeting at clubhouse for cpvered-dish luncheon, 1 p.m. -- . . Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature mVSTERV OF THE BtBtK JUnCLE SUNDAY and MONDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Gueit to See "Good Morning, Mist Dove" I Mr. and Mr*. Murray Smart , PARAMOUNT NEWS & CINEMASCOPI CARTOON: "IGLOO FOR TWO" coraUd with a white wiihlng well d«co»ted with a blue rope and flowers. Standing at the well wai a miniature doll dressed In blue and white. Tbl> doll depicted the bride- elect. Suspended from the ceiling in the den wai a large silver moon. Each guest-looked over this new moon and made a with for the engaged couple. ' Miss Margaret Wright read a Leap Year poem and In the gamei played this theme wa» carried out with the honoree winning the prizes. The bride-elect wore for the occasion a black and white ensemble featuring .white angora trim. Her gift corsage was of white carnations accented with small blue wish bones. .. • Her—hostesses also presented her China In,her chosen pattern. Mrs. Boyce Moore, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Jc* Strickland, mother of the groom-elect, were special guests. ': The blue ' and White color .schemes was also used in the dessert course served and placed on each plate was a white wishbone tied with blue satin streamers. Chapter N PEG Has Meeting In Crigger Home .,, Fifteen members of Chapter N PEO Sisterhood met yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. E. Crigger. Mrs. Chester .Caldwell, president, conducted the business session preceding the program which was presented by Mrs. Elton Kirby and Mrs. J. W.Adams. Mrs. Kirby' gave an informative talk on the educatibnal fund maintained by the National PEO with Mrs. Adams giving facts about Cottey College at Nevada, Mo., which PEO sponsors. fcuring the social hour, the hostess served refreshments. 1 Counei News Classified Ads CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kerbough of Dell are shown at the dinner given for them Sunday when they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Giving the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cranford, Mrs. Otto Bradberry of Manila, the Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Hall of Dell,' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walls of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace of Blytheville, Mrs. Pearl Gatewood of Memphis, Mrs. Lillian, Dreve of Memphis and Mr». Victor Howard of Memphis, sister of Mrs. Kerbough. (Photo by Halls Studio) Gosnell GA's Have Meeting AtChurch Girls' Auxiliary of Gosnell Baptist Church met last night at the church. Repeating of the watchword opened the meeting. Those presenting the mission program were Betty Guthrie, Diane Baker and Barbara Lane. At the conclusion of the program the group worked on their forward steps for becoming a maiden. During the social hour refreshments of cookies, ice cream and iced drinks were served to the members by their counselor, Mrs. Gene Schultz. Recognized Need Paved streets first were tried out by a Roman emperor who recognized the need lor efficient trans- poration facilities 2000 years ago. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE == Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre/ TONIGHT 10:30 p.m. SOMDAY & MONDAY January 7-8-9 SmrtK, SAVAGE TRUTH STABS FROM Tht JUKE BOX JUNGLE! Juvenilo savage» in, hepped-up cars... tight-sweatered blondes and knife-twinging gangs! tan mil'Kallta CASE witt J* mriit. MM SUM • Ckris Rinfell • Walter Ciy . ^r^lEO TOWNSEND Delayed Bite NORFOLK, Va. WH-Two men whose car struck a. little boy's dog thoughtfully rushed the dog to a veterinary hospital. They came baclc next day to check on the dog's condition and gave the vet a check for the bill. Then they got -nipped—by th» law. The check bounced, cftps picked up the pair, and charged them with, a series of bad check operations. Compulsory Worship The Articles of War adopted by the Continental Congress at th* start of the Revolutionary War demanded compulsory attendance of all military personnel at divine* services. - ,; - ,. •. , -« . MOX THEATRE On W. Main SU In Blytheville i Phone3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sal. & Sun- 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! SATURDAY Double Feature — AND — "HELLFIRE" With Wild Bill Eliott CARTOON & SERIAL No Sat. Owl Show SUNDAY AND MONDAY Double Feature — AND —

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