The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 18, 1956
Page 4
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FAGE FOUR BLTTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER KEWS - Society News - . *«- Mollnrv Sncietv Editor * ' _ MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 FEBRUARY BRIDE- ELECT — Miss Mary Jane White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard White, will become the bride of Earnest E. Allen, son of Mrs. G. G. Humhfis_of Milan, HI., and the late Emmett Allen, in a February ceremony. Engagement of Mary Jane White To Earnest E. Allen Is Told Mr and Mrs. Leonard White announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Jane, to Earnest E. Allen, son of Mrs. G. G. Humbes of Milan, El., and the late Emmett Allen. Bits of News y Perionaf Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Katz innounce the birth of a son, Jan. at Chickasawba Hospital. The laby, who has a brother, Louis las been named Barry Alan. Mr*. E. E. Alley left yesterday b! plane for Cincinnati. O., to be with ler father, G. R. Alexander, who is critically ill. She was motored to Memphis by her daughter, Mrs Charles Graham, and Mrs. N. W Kyle. Mr. and Mrs. Hueit Rodger. Jr... Johnny and Miss White attends Blytheville High School where she is completing her senior year. She is active & the Future Tradesmen of America and is in the distributive education program. The bride-elect is now employed by McCaughey Jewelry Store. Mr. Allen attended Gosnell High School where he was president of the Beta Club and valedictorian of his graduating class. He is now serving with the Navy and is stationed at the Naya' Training Center at San Diego Calif. A February wedding is planned by the couple. Panel Discussion and Swing Band Highlight Junior High PTA Meet A panel discussion on "Teen-Age Dating," and a musical program by the Blytheviile High School Swing Band highlighted the meeting of Blytheville Junior High School Parent- Teacher Association yesterday. Mrs. "i. J. Cure presided over the business sesslos at which time « was announced that a study course by Miss Moore Honored Classmates Miss Jimmie Lee Moore, bride- tlect of Jerry Strickland and student at Arkansas State College, wa« honored by three of her college friends with a shower at the sorority house there. Hotsesses were Sharon Hendrix, Mary Lou Beard and Alice Lee Jarvis. The girls used pink and white as their theme lor decorations and in refreshments served. Miss Moore • wore a navy blue sheath dress for the occasion and received a gardenia corsage and silver In her chosen pattern from her hostesses. During the evening party games were played by those present. At the Hospitals Chicfcuawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Tom Martin, Dell Donald Minnick, city Terry Parrish, city Fred H«gan, city Mattie Bell, city Albert Swarthout, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. C. Lamie, Steele Mrs. Max T. Koonce, city lor the junior and Senior High JETA's will be held Thursday morning at 9:30 at the home of Mrs. Al vin Huffman, Jr. The presidents message was read by Mrs. Rex Warren. Those appearing on the panel were Mrs. R. A Nelson,, Mrs. B. B. Stout and Mrs Hugh Whitsitt. Mitchell Johns' home room wa room count winner. Coffee, Dessert Bridge - Canasta Continue Events for Miss Long Continuing social events honoring the bride-elect of Pat dmotbermon, Miss Sandra Long, was a coffee Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Lee and a dessert-bridge and anasta party last night at the home of Mrs. William H. Wyatt. Mrs. B. M. Matthew, Mrs. W. M. Owens, Mrs. Fred Fleeman and Mrs. Prank Whitworth were hos- esses to the 125 guests who attended the coffee. The spacious home of Mrs. Lee was decorated in a yellow .and white color scheme for the affair with the serving table holding .a massive arrangement, of yellow and white pom-pom chrysanthemums Hanked by stately yellow apers in crystal candelabra. Other entertaining rooms of. the home were decorated with bouquets of giant jonquils and yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. Harman Taylor, Mrs. Farris McCalla, Mrs. Robert Reid and .„.„....,, „ — , — , ., netting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Rodgers. Mrs. Myrtle James of Cape Oi_____ , Mo., is the houseguest of her son, A. H. Webb, and family. Patty parris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Parris, Jr., of Memphis was removed to her home today after having been a patient in St. Joseph Hospital., Patty is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G Scherer ol Blytheville and a frequent visitor here. M. T. Moon, who has been a patient in Methodist Hospital, was removed to his home were yesterday He was motored home by his daughter, 'Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, and Mi; Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Magee and children David and Mark who have been making their home in Call fornia, arrived here yesterday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T I. Seay, and other relatives. The; will also visit his aprenls, the Rev and-Mrs. Guy Magee, in Caruthers ville. Mr. Magee has just receivec his discharge from the Navy alte four years of service. Mrs. P. D. Foster has graduate from the Lewis School of Hotel Em ployees in Washington, D. C., am will arrive here over the weeken for a visit with her family befor returning to Washington, D. C Feb. , where she will be employe by the Sheridan Arms Hotel. Miss Edith 'Kellegg of Boston Mass., is the houseguest of her cou sin, Mrs. C. W. Afflick, and M Affltck. Coming Events THtmSDAY Lydia Class of First Baptis Church meeting at home of Mrs Adolph Heinicke for covered-disl supper, 7 p.m. Mrs. V. E. Calvary is co-hostess. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Marcella Bay, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Mid-week Club " ~'"~ Mrs. 3. Louis Cherry. Jaycettes meeting. Thursday Club meeting with Mis. J. A. Leech. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Edgar Borum. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs W. A. Holllngsworth. Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church meeting at home of Mrs. Emery Wright, 7:30 p.m. FMDAY Mississippi County Council of PTA meeting at Dell Methodist Church. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker. Friday Club meting with Mrs. S. E. Tune. Howell Movement Played by League A Jive-table Howell movement was played last night when Countr Club Bridge .League met. With 46 points, Mrs. Russell Phil lips and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin wo first place. There was a tie lor second plar between Mrs. C. C. Councille, Mr E B. Gee, Mrs. Eugenia Jenkin, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, who had 40 points. Bernard Gooch and Mrs. Fran* Grigsby were third place winner with 40 points. Mrs. Caudill Entertains Tri-Town Club Mrs. Garrard Caudill entertaine Tri-Town Club members with luncheon at her home yesterday. She used a fruit centerpiece center the table from which th buffet luncheon was served. Guests of the club members wer Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mrs. .Mar vin Nunn, Jr. and Mrs. Earl Wild of Leachville. Mrs. Nunn and Mrs. Wildy wo high scores in the afternoon bridg games. Widths B-C-D 7 to 12 GtyCfiib SHOES* FOR MEN Specially Priced! $5.95 Glove leather loafer with cushion crepe sole. This casual makes your off hours easy. Save $3.00 ONE GROUP WOMEN'S LOAFERS Specially Priced at. . $395 Mrs. Lee, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, sages Mrs C-harli" JTV wen n charge of the table with Miss Toby Ann Long, sister of the bride- elect, and Mrs. Lynn Stevens assisting in the other rooms. Miss Long greeted guests wear- ng a beige silk afternoon frock fea- :uring push-up sleeves and bouffant skirt. She completed her attire with a white chrysanthemum .corsage, a gift of her hostesses. They also ;ave her silver in her cbosen. pat- ,ern. Special guests at the party were Mrs. Toby Long, mother of the lonoree, Mrs. Jim Smothermon, mother of the groom-elect, and Mrs. John Long and Mrs. E. L. Jones, grandmothers of the bride- elect. They all were given yellow and white chrysanthemum cor- Mrs. Wyatt used a pink, white and silver color scheme for the dessert-bridge-canasta party. A crescent arrangement of pink stock and pink tulips was used on the mantel of the fireplace in the ving room wiUi an Identical ar- angement being used on the din- ng room buffet. These flowers were placed it ink gilded containers, Individual ables were centered with clusters f Ulies-of-the-valley. The bride-elect's table was larked with a bride and groom tanding under a white wrought ron arch. Tallies were wedding ings and bells. _A pink orchid backed with pink, litter stems and linen were the ostess' gift to Miss Long, who was ressed In a billowing skirt of gold nd black jersey blouse. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Smother- ion received corsages of pink car- ations backed with silver glitter terns. Bridge winners were Mrs. Ray- ,iond Smith and Mrs. Ben Harpole vith Mrs. Elmer Llndsey and Miss Toby Ann Long winning high cores in canasta. Mrs. Jimmie Edwards won iridgo. Meeting Date For Band Club Is Changed The meeting date of the Band Parents • Club of Blytheville High School was changed from the see ond Monday of each month to thi third last night when the club met In the high school auditorium. Members of te Swing Band under direction of Robert Lipscomb pre sented a program for the group. In other business, plans for a potluck dinner for installation of officers in May and a dance for the band in April were made. Business Meeting Conducted by Gosnell WMU A business meeting was held last night by Gosnell Women's Missionary Union at the church. Group singing and prayer by Mis. Rachel Huagins opened the meeting with Mrs. F. E. Lucius leading-the watchword. Mrs. Wilma Williams gave the devotional and Mrs. Marie Moody gave the secretary's report. The six members present were iismissed with prayer by Mrs. Lucius. Mrs. Jenkins Hostess to Trinity Circle Seven members and one visitor, Mrs. Leon Robertson, were present last night when Rose Marlowe Circle of Trinitny Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Chester Jenkins. Mrs. L. D. Marr led the opening prayer with Mrs. Bill Boren. presiding over the business session and Mrs. J. D. Eatmon serving as program chairman. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Bobby Nowlin after which the hostess served refreshments. Cinemascope at Its Best Ted Whitworth With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements »WED. • THURS. • FRI. Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guett to $•• "To Hell and Back" A/3c and Mrs. Bobby L. Clifton S/Sft. Le« Davis PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Separates Mix- Match Hersbel Austin, Miss Richardson Exchange Vows Vows were exchanged Jan. 7 at Emmanuel Baptist Church by Shelby Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Richardson, and Hershel Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Austin. The double-ring ceremony was read by the Rev. T. J. Richardson, uncle of the bride. Miss Diane Buck served as maid of'honor and only feminine attendant. She wore a sheer dusty rose dress. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, N. H. Richardson, Jr., wore a dress of blue organza fashioned with a full ballerina skirt and fitted bodice which featured a high neckline extending to a deep V in the back. She carried a white Bible topp«d with a purple orchid. — ^^ Woman of Year Leading Topic At Beta Sigma Phi Meetings Woman of the Year banquet was the leading topic of di* ion tart night when tluAhree chapters of Beta Sigma Jimmy Gill served Mr best man. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake. Miss Joyce Austin, -sister of the groom, and Miss Louise Shelton were reception assistants. After a brief wedding trip the groom resumed his studies at • Arkansas State College and the bride resumed her studies at Dell High School where she is a senior. A miscellaneous shower was giv .•n on Jan. 14 at the church for the newly married couple. Hostesses were Mrs. Guy Rog >rs, Mrs. Edward Halstead, Mrs. Barney Barnes and Mrs. Earl French. Refreshments of iced drinks .arid cookies were served to the 60 guests present. . cussion Phi met. . .. Alpha Alpha Chapter met at the home of Mrs. Ray Hall. Following the opening ritual, Mrs. ban McCaskill conducted a business session at which time she asked for committee reports concerning the xmquet. During this session plass lor a Valenine Dance to be held at Hotel Noble, Feb. 10, were also made with committee chairmen appointed. These elwJnnen art Mrs. Glenn Teague, food, and Mrs. Harold Doyle decorations. They were appointed by Mrs. Gene Boggs, social :halrman. A report was given by the service chairman. Mrs. Bob Blaylock concerning the polio drlve and a report on a welfare project lor the *^ hy Mr. McCas- Mrs. Geeslin Guest of ;iB Bridge Club Mrs. T. E. Geeslin was guest yesterday when Mrs. Robert I. Thompson was hostess to CIB Bridge Glut' at her home with a dessert-bridge. Bridge winners were Mrs. Utho Barnes, high, Mrs. Joe Mclianey second high, and Mrs. Robert McGraw, bridge. The focal point In the entertaining rooms was a milk' glass bow' filled with frosted fruit. 8362 ID-JO By Sue Burnett A boon to your spring wardrobe plans — separate ; pieces that in- ierchange with similar items. This blouse and skirt pair is so youthful. Pattern No. 8362 Is In sizes ID,. 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, blouse with sleeves, 1 7[8 yards of 35-inch; skirt, 3 yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your 'name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NTTM- BER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville 3ourier News, 3T2 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago «. III. Don't miss the spring and summer '56 Issue of Basic FASHION our pattern catalog that contains 1 variety of attractive, up to the minute styles lor all size ranges. Preceding the games this group ho discussed the banquet and Mrs. oe Edwlng wai appointed ehapUr halrman tor the Polio Drive. Bridge winners were Mrs. Sanden nd Mrs. Utho Barnes with high ores In canasta going to Mrs. Eller Stone and Mrs. Robert Briggs. David Miles won brldgo. kill. Mrs. Blaylock served as program leader for 'the evening with all member* present assisting her. In the social hour the hostess served » dessert course. Mrs. Harold Wood was hostess to Eexmpler Chapter with Mrs. Randal Hawks presiding. At this meeting the banquet and Red Cross drive were discussed by the group. A dessert course was served by the hostess. A dessert bridge-canasta party was held at Hotel Noble for Alpha Delta-Chapter- with Mrs. John De- Mand and Mrs. Lloyd Albrltton hostesses. Guests of the chapter were Mrs. Maurice Sanders 'and Mrs. John Palmer. American Legion Auxiliary Has Meet ing Mrs. H.^ C. Blankenshi presided last night when American. Legion Auxiliary met with 10 members in attendance. In the business session a report on the Auxiliary's project at the Arena was -given and a delegation was appointed to attend the district meeting of Legionnaires and Auxil iarles in Little .Bock Saturday. ANNOUNCEMENT this is to officially announce the opening of my office at 529 North 10th Street for th« practice of medicine and surgery. DR. HUNTER C.SIMS JR. G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL x l Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division LECTURESHIP Church of Christ Blytheville, Arkansas In Progress through January 22 7:30 P.M. S • WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JANUARY V8 "Proper Attitude Toward False Ways" ................ ............ M U neHe P ° THURSDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 19 «An Account With God" .......... ....... , ........ - -Are You Listening FRIDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 20 SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 21 "What Does It Mean To Believe In Christ" ..... . . . ............. Glen McDoiriel PiRgott, Ark. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22 "Salvation By Grace Through Faith" . ............. • ............. Lexington K£ SUNDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 22 "A Greater Than Solomen".... ................................. uSo* K Congregational Singing EVERYONE INVITED! TA Groups "o Have itudy Course study course entitled "Living Teen's," will be di«cu»ed by vtrs. E. J. Cure Thursday momlhf it fltt '">'"l_S" i Junior High wid_ enior Hign Parent-Teacher Auo- iatlons meet Jointly. The »tudy course will be held at he home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman, r., 1216 Country Club Drive. Choked Up Cold? WITH A Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c A 35e At All Timer WED. A THURS. GARY GRANT GRACE KEIA.V ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S I TO CATCH A THIKF Color k r TECHNICOLOR PLUS SELECTED SHORTS MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays ^3how Starts 7:08 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature 3- mraCOCHRAM oDUFF • --M.JAQOM '"°— -AND — '~~~ """ Bud Lou . ABBOTT & COSTELLO 'Meet the Mummy' THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature "God'i Country"

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