The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1955 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
Page 5
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAOTFIVB - Society News - a A«ti lUollnvv Snpiptv RHirnr * PllO Mis§ Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor First In Series of Bridal Parties Given for Miss Killian Beginning a series of parties, Mrs. Louis Townsend of Manila entertained at her home with a dessert-bridge last night in honor of her niece, Dixie Fay Killian, who is bride- elect of Don Coulter of Nashville, Ark. Phone 3-4461 The spacious living rooms were decorated with a bridal theme and the eight tables in play were centered with pink rosebuds. Bridal tallies marked the guests' places and during the games additional points were added to the lucky players' scores who qualified in bridal questions. Mrs. E. M. Regenold was high scorer, Mrs. Robert Holthouse, second high, and bridgo was won by Mrs. Fred Pleenmn. The honoree was presented a gift by her hostess. Miss Kitlian was gowned in a brown and white shantung original ajid pinned a white carnation corsage at her shoulder. Mrs. Robert Killian, mother ot the bride-elect, was dressed in blue- gray glazed cotton with a pink carnation corsage which was also a gift of the hostess. Mrs. Townsend, who wore periwinkle blue, was assisted in receiving by Mrs. James Cheadle and Mrs. Charles Fleeman, cousin and aunt of the bride-elect. The guest list included residents of Manila, Leachville and Blytheville. Sunday School Department Has Social Members of the newly organized Young Married People's Sunday School Department of First Baptist Church met at the home of the department's superintendent, Mrs. C. S. Alexander, Tuesday night for their first social. Officers and teachers of the department present were Robert Huff, associate superintendent; F. L. Wicker, also associate superintendent: Mrs. Robert Huff, secretary: Ted Brown, teacher; Mrs. Ted King, teacher, and Mrs. Frank McCool, teacher. Special guests were Jim Gardner, Sunday School superintendent, and Mrs. Gardner, and Frank, McCool, associate general Sunday 'School superintendent. During the evening several party games were played and refreshments were served by the hostess. WATER BABY—Doing her bit for the 1955 California State Fair and Exposition is lovely Oleta Vaughan, "Miss Industry of the Modesto Chamber of Commerce." The jug she holds contains water from the Don Pedro Dam. Jt is Modesto's contribution to the "Marriage of Waters" ceremony, during which water from various counties will be poured into a pool. Olela's job.was getting the water for her county. Sew Dolly A New Wardrobe EACH ITEM i .PATTERN PIECE / 8319 i u".?i" Sue Burnett A complete new outfit for her favorite doll — fun to sew and simple, too, because each item is one pattern piece! Pattern No 8319 is for dolls M, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, inches. See pattern for exact yardages. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blj'theville Courier News, 572 W. Ouincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. With your pattern order inclule an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall & winter edition of Basic FASHION contains a wealth of sew-simple, up-to-the-minute styles, special features, color and style. Denies Charge HOLLYWOOD (fft — Actor Sonny Tufts, 44, says he did not beat up Mrs. Adriemie Forman, 22, in a restaurant last July 17. The actor filed a Superior Court denial yesterday of allegations brought by Mrs. Forman. She demands 55.000 compensatory and S5.000 punitive damages, declaring she suffered permanent and serious injuries. OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* Nelle Starr Thirty-seven Presbyterian Women of the Church assembled Monday night at the church for the annual Joint meeting of the three circles. Mrs. P. D. Johnson, president ot the WOC, presided at the meeting. Plans were completed for the centennial celebration Sunday. New officers were elected for the coming year. Mrs. Johnson will continue another year as president. The new officers are Mrs. Don Blodgett, vice-president; Mrs. Walter Daniels, secretary; Mrs. A. W- Bowen, treasurer; Mrs. George Paison, stewardship; Mrs. Alec Crostri- wait, church extension, and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr, annuities and relief. Mrs. R. C. Bryan had charge ot the program. Reviewing an article by Madame Chiang Kai-Shek on prayer bands, Mrs. Bryan stressed the need for women of all faiths to organize cottage prayer groups among their own denominations. Continunig her talk, Mrs. Bryan made mention of the many prayer bands in her own church and asked those present to either organize a band or to join one of the many all ready in progress. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostesses, Mrs. Blodgett, Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. David Laney. served strawberry short cake and coffee. Three nurses from Osceola Memorial Hospital left Friday for a vacation to El Paso, Tex., and Juarez, Mexico. They were Mrs. Ila Wadsworth, Mrs. Jerry Hayes and Miss Paye Taylor. They expect to be gone for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Bowles left Tuesday morning for a week's vacation in Jamaica, British West Indies. Mr. Bowles won the trip through Pedders Company for sales. They are being entertained for the seven days they will be there and are registered at Sunset Lodge in Montego Bay. Two Girl Scout troops from South Mississippi County spent the weekend at Walcott State Park, near Paragould, the past week. The Luxora troop, with 30 girls and Victoria Troop 92 with 14 girls left Saturday morning, returning home Sunday afternoon. The girls were given an opportunity to show their culinary skill by frying twenty chickens and all the trimmings for their Saturday night supper. Religious services tendered by the Victoria group were held Sunday morning followed by a hike before returning home. Mrs. Maude Hudson is the Victoria Scout leader. Prom Luxora, WP. Ellis, superintendent of the Luxora school, Mrs. Inez Permenter, scout leader, and Mrs. C. S. Howard chaperoned the Luxora Girls. Members of First Christian Church observed Rally Day a week late in order to dedicate their plot ol ground on Ermen Lane, where plans are being made to erect a new church. The Rally Sunday was in form ol an all day affair, being held at the Masonic building. Following dinner, members were invited to the dedication made by the Rev. O. B. Moore. The response to the dedication was made by Dr. Eldon Falrley. Approximately 100 attended the all day meeting. Mrs. C. L. Moore and Miss Fan Nichol of Blytheville were special guests. Monday night the Christian workers met at the church for their regular meeting. Fifteen members were present to hear Mrs. Max L. Fairley review the book, "September Monkey." Mrs. Oscar Connell and young son, Oscar, Jr., of Clarksdale, Miss., who are visiting her mother, Mrs. Godfrey White, will drive to Ron- oke, Va., Monday to visit her sister. Miss Lelewelyn White, who is attending college there. Mrs. White Will make the trip also and visit her daughter and the W. J. Driver family in Lexington, Va. Mrs. J. E. Harrison was hostess Tuesday night to her bridge club. Mrs. Bill Childress was a guest. A dessert course was served the guests. Mrs. J. E. Harrison was hostess Tuesday night to her bridge club. Mrs. Bill Childress was a guest. A | dessert course was served the' guests. Charles Howard of Luxora, student at Arkansas State College in Jonesborp, received a sprained ankle Thursday when he jumped off a tank at the dairy barn on the campus. Charles came home for the weekend to visit his parents* Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Howard. Mitchell Moore returned home j from Payetteville where he attend- j ed legal seminar for several days j at the University. Anyone Want A Soft Job? ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (ff) — Looking for a soft job? County Clerk Floyd Irunan must hire four people tomorrow to count just four votes. They'll get to each. . The stnutes require the absentees be counted by two Democrats and two Republicans. Only four Buchanan County absentee ballots ere received for Tuesday's special election on state public school aid. SA XINVENTR The saxophone was invented by and named after Antoine Joseph Sax, Belgian instrument maker. Just when he invented the saxophone is not known, but he registered it in June of 1846. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away.... Naefiing backache, headache, or muscular Kulies and puins nmyconieon withover-exer- tion.i-moliimal upsets or day to day stress and •train. 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Hostesses for the meeting were j Mrs. David Laney, Mrs. Tal Ton-] gate, Mrs. Jimmy Farris, Mrs. | George Florida, Mrs. Claude Lloyd, Mrs. Shippen, Mrs. R. H. Jones, Mrs. V. G. Mann and Mrs. W. B. Flaunigan. Mrs. Spencer Driver will be' hostess Thursday to the Four-Table Bridge Club. STILL STANDING Only one of the seven wonders | of the ancient world still stands It-is the Great Pyramid at Gizeh, Egypt, which covers 13 acres or ground and is about 450 feet in height. It served as a tomb for Cheops and contains several exceedingly well-hidden passages. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TI'AIES TONIGHT Double Feature THOMPSON JEWELERS TO IMC FOUR — AND — "BOWERY CHAMPS" With the Easl Side Kids Cartoon "Swing Cinderella FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature IAN KEITH. nUBIREUi MMNtMMJUGffi I ffl£KITttMMI«m' DRUMS ACROSS Serial "Capt. 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