The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 13, 1956
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PAGE TWO i (ARK.) COURIER KIWI FRIDAT, JANUARY 18, 1958 Mis« Millie Ann — Society News — i Ann MaHory, Society Editor ' Pho Phone 3-4461 "A Winter Cruise," Is Theme When Club 28 Has Supper Dance "A Winter Cruise" was the theme used last night when Mr and Mrs. John Caudill, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Dr. and Mrs James C. Guard, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs W L Horner, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kirby, Mrs. Elton W. Kirby Air and Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mr and Mrs. R. M. Logan and Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater complimented Club 28 members with supper and dancing at Hotel Noble. Members entered Plantation* Room where the affair was held by walking a cruise ship gangplank. They were greeted as they arrived by the ship's captain and then were presented with their passports and Hawaiian leis. The ballroom "was decorated to represent the ship's deck. The deck was festive with flags of all nations, seashore decorations and exotic pictures. Tropical fruits and flowers in silver champagne' buckets -were used on the tables from which the cruise supper was served. During the supper hour organ music was presented. Dancing concluded the evening's entertainment. Thursday Card Clubs Conduct Games Thursday card clubs met yesterday to conduct their weekly games. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was hos- tcac to Mid-Week Club at her home yesterday with a luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge games. "Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. •Cecil Shane were game winners, . I tian love Mi*. P. E. Black was a guest when '"f^i as " • MM. R. T. Kirshner entertained Tn e Thursday Club at the Country Club. Love Group gins New Mission Study Love Group of First Christian Church met at the home of Mrs. Freeman Robinson Tuesday night with Mrs. Jerry Morgan as co-hostess. There were 18 members present. • The group began its new mission study entitled 'To Serve -This Present Age." Subject for the evenings program was "Bocks that Cause Whirlpools," with Miss Margaret Wright serving as program leader. The program presented basic factors of Christianity through dramatization and dialog. Mrs. DicK Lauer and Mrs. Vernon Strickland dressed in peasants garb and carrying baskets of rocks representing stumbling blocks, gave a dialog with the rocks representing, illiteracy, hunger, need for land, communism, materialism and nationalisms all of these promoting hatred, violence and non-rest. Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Jack Bits of News p. iriona.1 Miss Ann Hindman underwent an appendectomy Wednesday night at Chickasawba Hospital. Her condition is reported to tie satisfactory and she is in Boom C-8. Melvin Halsell returned today from a business trip to Chicago. Ronnie Ellis, son of Mr. and MM. William Ellis, who has been a patient in Campbells Clinic in Memphis, wa» returned to his home here yesterday. Mrs. 1. Cecil Lowe, Mrs. M. T. Moon and Norris Moon were in Memphis yesterday to visit their husband and father, M. T. Moon, T ,hn io c patmnr In «1> Mpt.hndltt, Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger, m, are in Memphis today to meet her mother, .Mrs, Jack McKenzie, who has been visiting relatives in Dallas. Tex. . . Harrington followed this dialog with an orderly arrangement of bricks, building stepring stones with Chrisand action presenting . Luncheon was served from tablet Iwtive with arrangements of.white pom-poms accented with Japanese iris. Mnt. B. B. O«e and Mr*, ftuth Tanner were high bridge f»mw. scorers' in the Thursday Contract Club members and two guests, MM. Elizabeth Rob- irnon arid Mrs. R. B. Stout, met at the home of Mrs. Rodney Banister. A two course luncheon was served by the hostess from a table attractively decorated with a. fruit arrangement. Chunt winner* were Mrs. Cecil Joyner and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. MM. Hank Dodd entertained ESn- anon Club members at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. O. Reeves, on Walnut last night. Potted plant* were used to decollate entertaining room's of-the home for the dessert-bridge. MM. Dodd won high score in the famm, Mi«t Barbara Carter, second high' and MM. John Perkins, Jr.. bridge. the worship service with- Mrs. Maurice Sales in charge. Mrs. oene Chatfield, ^missionary who is visiting here from the Congo, told of the native dress of the Congo People and Mrs. Morgan modeled .one of these for those in attendance after which a group discussion was held on these people. Mrs. J. C. Ellis was a guest for the evening with Mrs. Larry Thompson and,- Mrs. David Grlffy becoming new members. It was announced that World Day of Prayer would be held in February. DISCUSS BANQUET — Committee members for the Woman of the Year Banquet to be sponsored at Hotel Noble, Jan. 31, by the Beta Sigma Phi are shown discussing details for the affair. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Elmer Norman, general chairman; Mrs. David Miles, program; Mrs. Randal Hawks, City Council president; Miss Millie Ann Mailory. publicity; and Mrs. Harold Doyle, decorations. (Courier News Photo) UDC Chapter Has Luncheons Program Meeting Elliott Fletcher Chatper of United Daughters of the Confederacy met at the home of Mrs. N. J. Humphrey for luncheon yesterday with 15 members and. one guest, Mrs. Earl Koontz, present. An' oblong pottery bowl filled with red gladioli and white asters formed the luncheon table centerpiece. . _ . Following the luncheon the group The Rev. Mr. Bounds also had> Mr. Autry also discussed the adjourned to the home of .Mrs. Loy charge of the program using as his White House Conference on Educa- Welch for the business and program '~ Thirty - Two Members Attend Monthly Meeting ofBurdette PTA Thirty-two members of Burdette Parent-Teacher Association were present last night for the monthly meeting of the group. Mrs. Conway Duncan opened the meeting with a devotional entitled "New Opportunities for the New Year," after which the Rev. L. L. Bounds led in prayer. Also in connection with the meeting a study group, in the form of a panel, discussed the Governors Conference on Education with L. H. Autry, Sr., serving as moderator. Chiilion Club met at the home ef Mrs. Sally Freeman. Playing with the club members were Mrs. Paul Byrum and Mrs. L. O. Gill. Winners in tiie games were Mrs. Mike Meroney, high, Mrs. Mary Hatfield, second and Mrs. O. O. El- MM, third. Mrs. Byrum won guest high. A salad course was served by the hoetest. Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertained La Nueve- Club members and one guest, Mrs. Russell H. Farr, with a dessert-bridge at her home. The hostess used bouquet* ol chrysanthemum* to deocarte her home. High score winners were Mrs- Blan Heath and Mrs. R. E. Green. Nominating Committee Named at PTA A nominating committee for selection of officers for the coming year was appointed Wednesday when Yarbro Parent-Teacher As- meting with Mrs. Welch, Mrs. . W. Adams, Sr., Mrs. C. L. Moore, Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. G. O. Poetz and Mrs. Cleo Langston as hostesses. Mrs. E. R. Bogan presided over the business session at which time a letter of thanks was read from the 25. ladies in the Confederate home. Elliott Fletcher Chapter sent these ladies money as a Christmas present. "The Lives of Confederate Leaders, Whose Birthday's Are in January," was the program for the afternoon with -Mrs. Henderson Hall as chairman. Leaders discussed were Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Maurey and Juda p. Benjamen. Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. T. F. Hutson took parts on the program. Mrs. Hall conclude the afternoon with a talk on the private life of Jackson. The next meeting of the Chapter will be held in April. sociation met The committee will be headed by Mrs. Cecil Johnson with Mrs. Paul Abbott, Mrs. Thomas Bogun and Mrs. Lola Thompson working with her. In the business session, presided over by Mrs. J. L. Plunkett, plans, were made for a study course to be held at Yarbro, Mar. 8, at 7:30 p.m. with all Blytheville schools attending. The group also discussed money projects. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was guest speaker for the afternoon. 62i Points High Score In Bridge League Sixty-two and one-half points was top score in the five table HoweU movement played last night by the Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. Audrenel Freeman and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen were winners with these points. Taking seconnd place with 59 points were Tommy Callis and Mrs. Jim Roleson. Mrs. Ed-'cook and Mrs Matt Monaghan were third place winners with 58'^ points MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. Tht Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! CLOSED FOR REMODELING -Watch for Opening Date! WANTED 1,000 PEOPLE (All People of Blytheville and Surrourding Area Are Invited) TO HEAR: the Sovereign Grand Master of the World, of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs, And ... TO SEE: the Gorgeous and Colorful Drill — marches of beautiful Women From Thr«« States AND: Other Entertainment, All of Which Is Free! FREE REFRESHMENT — No Charge for Admission When? Saturday Kite, 7:30 P.M. Wh«rt? Arn\ory Building, $00 South Second Street. Heated Building Kpeonored by Arkansas, Tennessee and* Missouri Ixtdgea of the Odd Felkiwt and Rehekahs topic of conversation, "Is It Well with the Child in the Community. 1 ' tion to which he was a delegate. In the business session a nomi- Lutheran Guild Meets At Church Twelve members were present when the Lutheran Women's Missionary League met in the Fellowship Hall of the church Wednesday night: The meeting was called to order i by the president, Mrs. Charles Wildy. The devotional was given by Mrs. E. S. Wildy, who used Proverbs 31:29 as her theme. Minutes of the last,meeting were read by Miss Diana Zeller. It was decided to send Mrs. Charles Wildy and one other officer to the Leadership Training school to be held in Memphis in February. A message of thanks was read from Messiah Lutheran Ladies Guild, Silver City, New Mexico, for altar appointments sent to their Mission by the Blytheville group. The auditor's report for the pasi year was given by Mrs. F. G. Reichel, as well as a report on the meeting of the Blytheville Chapter, American Cancer Society, which she attended as delegate from the guild. Mrs. Charles Wildy used "Many Women Have Done Excellently" as the topic for discussion on the program, telling how for two centuries the church has made use of trained women in the Home and foregn mission field, as teachers, deaconesses, medical and social workers, and how we should follow their example and pray fervently and give generously for missions and training of personnel. Officers elected for the coming year were: Mrs. Charles, Wildy, president, Mrs. Richard Worlund, vice president; Miss Diana Zeller, secretary; Mrs. Earl Wildy, treasurer; and Mrs. Mike Parks, reporter.- Plans were made for the annual Spaghetti Supper to be held on Feb. 1, in the Fellowship Hall. The meeting was adjourned with. Mrs. Reichel leading the group in the Lord's Prayer. Refreshments of coffee and donuts were served by the hostesses, Miss Zeller and Mrs. L. G. Zeller. Coming Events FRIDAI Past Matrons and Patrons Club having covered-dish dinner at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. SATURDAY Miss Jimmie Lee Moore being complimented with drop-in at home of Mrs. H. C. Blankenship between 3 and 5 p.m Hostesses are Mrs Blankenship, Miss Monya Blankenship and Mrs. John Tyrone. ANNOUNCEMENT this is to officially announce the opening of my office at 529 North 10th Street for the practice of medicine and surgery. DR. HUNTER C.SIMS JR. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE -. Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre! TONIGHT ONLY! EDWARD G. ROBINSON ILLEGAL SAT. NIGHT 10:30 p.m. SUNDAY and MONDAY THE I COURT-MARTIAL I OF BILLY MITCHELL GARYCOOPER W«RNIRB«O*.il w»pw««Co(-O«i"»" ...EUZMJH MONTGOMEDhiEi tun . i mm mm WIHH n«. mm*lilt ridlMEl. nating committee composed of Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Harry Lutes, -Mrs. Logan Perkins, Mrs. James Permenter and Mr. Autry. was named. Room Count winners' were Mrs. Morgan's sixth grade and Mrs. John Curlee's ninth grade. 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Mrs. IJoyd Albritton presented the devotional with Mrs. Barney Crook.conducting the brief business session. During the social hour the hostess served a dessert comse. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Armorel Brotherhood EntertainsWMU Brotherhood of Armorel Baptist Church entertained the Women's Missionary union with a coon and" arbbit supper at the church last night. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris and Mrs. Guy Burks were guests of the 28 members present. Following the supper each group held its program meeting with Mrs. Burks presenting a poem her mother composed in 1910 entitled, "Giving Alms for Little Sally." Thjs, poem was in keeping with the mission program given at tho WMU meeting. Cinemascope at Its Best Mr. and Mrs. Emil Damon With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY £'< THE HAPPIEST PIAY THAT EVER PLAYED! Mister Roberts; M WARNER BROS. 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