The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1956 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BTjTTHETTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER HTW8 — Society News itr * Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Introductory Tea Compliments Mrs. Charles Nichol Rose An introductory tea was given yesterday at Blytheville Country Club by Mrs. Richard Charles Rose in honor of hei Shtar-ii-law, Mrs. Charles Nichol Rose, the former Miss Mary Ann Cram of Wilson. Guest* attending the affair, one. Assisting througliou,, the a«*r- vn, «, M^ Rose erected her: Ballon of Wilson and Mrs. P. D Enochs Grain of Wilson, \voie i floating skirt of chiffon comple mented by a black jersey top. Her corsage was of green cymbedium; The hostess wore a red eau de^ sole dress and completed her party attire with a gardenia corsage. : Club rooms were decorated with; pastel spring bouquets with a j matching crescent arrangement be- j ing used on the mantle. Baskets ot j white stock were also used. A silver tureen filled with a mass j of pink roses centered the tea ta- j We which was overlaid with a lacei and linen cloth imported iromi Switzerland. j Flanking the arrangement ol I roses were branched silver candel-; abra holding white tapers. j Presiding at the table the first i hour were Mrs. John Enochs and Mrs. Jack Wilson of Osceola with Mrs. C. L. Moore and Mrs. E. A. Stacy in charge the second hour. rd Clubs Conduct Games Despite the snowy weather, Thursday card clubs conducted their weekly games yesterday. Members of C h i 11 i o n Club braved, the snow to travel to the home, of Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth in the Number is'ine community. Game winners were Mrs. Mike Merortey, high. Mrs. Sallie Freeman, second, and Mrs. L. O. Gill, third. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served by the hostess. Sew-Easy Princess A Valentine motif was used to decorate the home of Mrs. Edgar Borum yesterday when she was hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Playing with the club were Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mrs. E. B. Stout. Mrs. Norris and Mrs. Stout were high score winners. Alvin Huffman, Jr. Woman of Year Speaker to Be Alvin Huffman i Alvin Huffman, Jr., will be guest speaker Jan. 31 at the Woman of the Year Banquet sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi. Nominations for the city's leading lady may be submitted to Box 484. I Deadline is Jan. 24. Reservations for Bits of News frloitf Mr. and -Mrs. Roy Irainna o! Amite. La., are visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Charley Hughes. Pvt. Bobby Forrest left last night to return to Camp Chaffee where he will enter radio school after spending 14 days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Forrest. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell left this morning for a Florida vacation. Mrs. H. C. Dent of Caruthersville and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty of Blytheville were in Osceola yesterday to attend funeral services of Rich Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech are spending today in Memphis. Joy Circle Has Meeting ' in Hampton Home Joy Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met last night, at the home of Mrs. James Hampton with six numbers and five visitors present. Mrs. Paul McDaniel led the opening prayer with Mrs. Hampton conducting the business session. vest," was the program given by Mrs. McDaniel, Mrs. Roy Schuhart and Mrs. LaVerne Owens. Closing prayers were led by th Rev. J. J. Johnson and Mrs. Schu hart. WINTER LUXURY — Luxury for a winter day, morning or evening, is this little quilted bed jacket in rose geranium velvet. It's . lined in pale peach satin and tied with a bow that matches the lining. First Place [Tie Hi Committee Chairmen, Committees '*\ Named by Corps of Engineers Club I Committee chairmen and members were appointed yes- I terday by Corps of Engineers Woman's Club president Mrs John Prather when the Club held its first meeting of the new year. reservation is Jan. 29. The banquet will be held at Hotel Noble at 7 p. m. , •" ~ Bridge Game Mrs. Guard, Kibitzer Club members were entertained with a dessert-bridge by .,Irs. McHaney invited as guests Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. Bill Rader, Mrs. Dick Moore and Mrs. T. E. Geeslin. Bridge winners were Mrs. Charles Moore and Mr&. Harry A. Haines. Mid-Week Club met at the home of Mj-s. J. Louis Cherry for its regular weekly luncheon and bridge games. Mrs. John S. Cherry and Mrs. Walter Morrow were guests. The hostess used red carnations to center her luncheon table and , white poinsettias to decorate her j living room. ' F i rst P uiTiDS^ Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. j' ° wi «'(-'-'• Aubrey Conway were bridge winners. TQ [> g, (~"Q r-o I «».. * T 11-11 \ Visit Chapel Guild Freeman Robinson were guests yesterday when Blytheville Air Force Base "chapel Guild met at the home of Mrs. Elnora Wilkerson. Mrs. Adeline Rossen, president, called the meeting to order after which Mrs. Guard gave the devotional and Mrs. Robinson spoke on United Church Women of the World. The hostess served refreshments in the social hour. A tie for first place highlighted the five-table Howell movement played last night by the Duplicate Bridge League. Tieing. for first, place were Mrs. Don Edwards, Tommy Callls, Mrs. \ Audreanel Freeman and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and Mrs. Nancy Tressler were third place winners. Those chairmen and committees are Mrs. Norm Grifflng, sunshine; Mrs. Joe Goodman and Mrs. John Petty, welcome: Mrs. Jerry Hord, chairman and Mrs. C. Brandon, Mrs. John Shaddox and Mrs. Mable Mrs. E. J. Curad Mrs. F. E. Black were guests when Mrs. J. A. Leech was hostess to Thursday Club. Spring flowers were used to decorate the Leech home. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. J. E. Dicks were bridge winners. Coming Events Honored on Birthday Mrs. Florence Hughes, one of the older residents of Huffman, was; _V" I) i s honored with a surprise birthday, *~ anKS party Wednesday. ; Twenty-seven guests attended the : affair when Mrs. Max Ray, Sr.. Mrs ; A/t f( . George Perry and Mrs. Rex Hughes ' v '' J • were hostesses. HoSt6SS tO Grigsby, welfare. Mrs. Everett I. Clark is chairman of ways and means committee with Mrs. Dick Bednar. Mrs. Joe Joyner, Mrs. Virginia Drew, Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mrs. John Hickey assisting her. Social chairman is Mrs. Elmer Norman with Mrs. Jerry Cohen, Mrs. Jack Cowger and Mrs. J. W. Turner, her assistants. In other business Mrs. Preston Pranks reported on the welfare project of the group and Mrs. Prather , gave a summary of last year's club i work. The group also voted to as: sist in the March of Dimes drive, presented to Mrs. moving to Alexan- idria. La., and Mrs. Dan Clutch who I is joining her husband in Venezuela, South America. The Colonial Room where th luncheon-meeting was held, wa decorated in a birthday theme hon oring Mrs. Bednar and Mrs. Prather on their birthdays. A giant birthday cake depicting a butterfly centered the speaker' table. This cake was decorated i) green, yellow, red and white with yellow camellia buds encircling thi base of the cake. Alternated down the table wen red tapers standing on beds o greenery and encircled with red an< white camellia blossoms. The hostesses presented the tw honoreeg and new 1936 officers wit: red carnation corsages. Mrs. Petty, vice-president, intro duced the guests who were Mrs Madie Dupriestz. Mrs. Charle Thompson and Mrs. Harold Doyle 8352 12-50 By Sue Burnett A wonderfully slimming style fo,- the youthful figure. Princess line halter neckline dress that is sew- easy. Bolero included. p'attern No. 8352 is in sizes 12, H, 16, 18, 20. Size 14, dress., 434 yards of 35-inch; 58 yard contrast; bolero 2 1'8 yards. For this pattern, send 3oc in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 26 cents today for your copy of the Spring & Summer '66 edition of our complete pattern magazine Basic FASHION. It's filled witn smart, easy to sew designs, special features. By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Wearing pumps, like wearing lipstick, is one" of those milestones in a teen-ager's life toward which she looks eagerly. Depending upon local custom, the first pair may be black patent leather for dancing school or it may be pastel fabric for a sister's wedding. It may be a pair of shoes for a town visit. But whatever kind of shoes they FRIDAY are or what the occasion for their Vendredi Bridge Club meeting I first wearing, there are some very with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. i important points to be considered Friday Contract Club meeting: about the event, with Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. , j Buy the shoes in the late after- Friday Club meting with Mrs. S ! noon, when your feet have swol- E. Tune. | len all they're going to. Try them Chapter N PEO meeting at home. O n with stockings that are your ; of Mrs. Etlon W. Kirby for 1 p.m. i size. Get them some time in ad- j luncheon. Mrs. W. L. Homer is co-! vance of the date you plan to wear Layette Shower Given for .Mrs. Kemper Mrs. Alfred Kemper was honored with a layette shower last night by 19 members of Joy Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church. The shower was given at the home of Mrs. Grady Sims. The evening was spent In playing party games. HDClub A colorful refrigerator dish or plastic recipe file box will hold sta'.e bread and other leftovers on your counter shelf til serving time—for the birds. Mrs. Glen Alexander was hostess yesterday to nine members and three visitors of Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club. The scripture reading was given by Mrs. Tom Britton with prayer ! be'ing led by Mrs. Myrtle HeLmn. Roll call was led by Mrs. Alexander. A handmade candy bowl was the eye-opener given by Mrs. Ernest Sigman and Mrs. J. O. Huey concluded the meeting with household hints. FAST HEADACHE RE LIEF a " fortf« ...Get /»SPIR\N ^°UG M PBOO^ 200 Tablets 790 -100 Tablets 490 Date the meats you put in a home I freezer and use the oldest first. them so that you can practice wearing them and avoid wrenching your ankle. ; If -no one is along to dictate the height of the heel or the cut CotiUion Club having monthly j of the shoe, be kind to yourself . dance at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Hosts] the first time and avoid the very are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Caudra, Mr. slim, very hgih heels which are and Mrs. Dale Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. hard to navigate. R. E. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar hostess. LaFinesse Club meeting with Mrs Robert Thompson. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting, i I Fendler and'Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr. ! There's a humidifier on the mar- ! ket that can be installed in any [ warm-air furnace to cut down on the dryness of heated air. Closed shoes are likely to be more becoming to very young legs and at all when you 1 try them on, for at all when yuo try them on, for they'll surely kill you for an entire evening's wear. Don't wear them for long periods of shopping until you're used to them. (Mole) (Mac) Daniels-Williams Ins 106 S. Second St. Phones 3-3548 — 2-2747 Blythevllle, Arkansas £ COMPLETE ^ „. COVERAGE | \ FOR AIRMEN* 2 R5 HP DE SOTO ^ar^^ ^ L^/L^ ^^V^ I ^^ ihe most powerful car in the medium priced field ! picked to pace lndianapolis*5OO' MOTOR SALES CO Come In Nowl Get Our Special January Deal! 110W. Walnut .Phono 3-6886 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature - ncua !«»•«•«• "" . A u»V£RS«l-IKTERI«tlOIU!. PlCIIM — AND — ^ M te IK MWWiMi •""" " , • If UnMLlSTW>~« g WAKAMBA! .. TtCHNlCOlOi ~~~6,,,.,W«I ». "0 "BO KIWI'" Serial "Sea Hound" No. 5 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY . PRIVATE WAR MAJOR BENSON METRO NEWS & CARTOON hilethia Class Has Officer Election An election of officers was held ast night when Phllethla Class of alvary Baptist Church met at the ome of Mrs, Fannie Webb. Preceding the election Mrs. Fred Burgeson led the opening prayer. Officers to serve this year ore to. John Holland, president; Mrs. 3uford Cooley, vice-president; Mrs. Burgeson, second vice - president, nd Mrs. Luther Gaines, steward- hip chairman. Group captains are Mrs. Lula Rhodes and Mrs. Lizzie Oarneil. Mrs. Fay Forner will serve us sec- etary with Miss Opal Ayres assist- ant secretary. Mrs. Claude Rowland Is teacher of the class and In the social hour was in charge of the party garnet played. The group was dismissed by Mr». Carnell. 1 Courier News Classified Ads. 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