The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1956 · Page 2
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FAGK TWO BLTTHIVILLB (ARK.) COURIER MONDAY, JANUART 88, 1988 Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News — llnrv SnfiAfv K/lilnr / Phc Phone 3-4461 "^^T^n^Kt^F. •nfV t-wWhp****"* 1 .._4-L «-,,"">• *i *j u Bits pi News ff * s S"S3?r'i •-/ Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carl Haley Celebrate Golden Anniversary Yesterday marked a half of century of life together for , Ufi Mrs charles Secoy of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carl Haley, who celebrated their golden j L ake village and Mrs, M. E. Men- Mrs. Charles M. Rowland of Louisville, Ky.. is visiting her sis- her, Mrs. John W. Osborne, and family here and her mother, Mrs. Charles Jolliff, in Manila. Mr. Rowland, who has been visiting her, left by plane this morning for Los Angeles, Calif. W. w. Beckham and William Gilliam were in Little Rock yesterday to attend a Household Movers Association conference. Mrs, G. C. Hawks, who has been a patient in Baptist Hospital following an accident last week, was dismissed today. She remained in Memphis to be with Mr. Hawks, who will undergo surgery there_| VodncJdfty: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Henry of St. Louis were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson left by plane this afternoon for New York for several days before going to Washington. D. C.. for the National Automobile Dealers Convention. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons spent the weeeknd in Sikeston visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Webb and Mrs. Marvin Lane were in Memphis Saturday to motor Marvin Lane home. He has been a patient in Kennedy Veterans Hospital. He will spend a 30-day furlough here Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee left today for a vacation trip to Phoenix, Ariz. , The Rev. and Mrs. James Rainwater left this morning for Little' Rock where they will attend the i ministers institute and board meet-j ings the latter part of the week. Mrs. George Carney hfls as her I guests her sisters, Mrs. S. A., Se-' coy of Greenville, Miss., and Mrs. W. M. Lamkin ol Albuquerque, N. M. She also has visiting her nieces, Mrs. L- C. Lally of Albu- Mrs Roleson Winner of Six }Veek Series Mrs. Jim Roleson with a percentage of 59-32 won the Duplicate Bridge League's Saturday six-week series which ended Saturday with a five-table Howell movement. With 59.JJ percent Mrs. O. W. Mc- Cuichen Won second place. Mrs. Frank Grigsby was third with 55.2o percent and Mrs. C. W. Afflick won fourth position with 55 percent. Winners in the Saturday game were Mrs. Ed Cook, Mrs. Foy Etchieson, Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. F. W. whiuier, who all tied for first place with 60f2 points. Mrs. Ross Moore and Mrs. Arnold Miller were third with 59Vi points. Girl Scout Meeting Postponed A meeting of the Girl Scout Lone Troop Association, which was to be held in the morning at 9:30, has bfi-n postponed until next Tuesday at the same time. wedding anniversary. Their daughter, Mrs. J. Wilson t 1921. Mr. and Mrs. Haley moved to Henry, honored them with a recep- j Blytheville where they have resided Won from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the ! since. Fellowship Hall of First Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Haley were married in 1906 in Gleason, Tenn., with the bride's lather, E. J. W. Peters, performing the ceremony. On Feb. 22, ne of Memphis. They came especially to be with their father, A. G. Mosley of Steele, who is a patient ir Blytheville Hospital. Ed Hayes spent the weekend in St. Louis visiting relatives. Wonderful Look-Alikes In Blytheville they both have been active in affairs of First Methodist j jChurch. Mr. Haley has been a mem-' i i > \A/l~ 'i. her of the Board of Stewards of the , fV\ ISS YY H IT6 church for 35 years and secretary I and treasurer of the Men's Bible ' Class. Mrs. Haley was a teacher in the junior department of the Sunday School for 25 years and is now teacher of the Ladies Bible Class. A gold and white color scheme was .used in decorations for the Fellowship Hall. A gold satin cloth was draped over the refreshment table with a lace cloth overlaying the satin. A shower arrangement of yellow roses, heather and gold salal formed the centerpiece. Gold tapers 'in silver candelabra along with other silver appoint Complimented VVith Shower Miss Mary Jane White, bride- elect of Earnest Allen, was complimented with a lingerie shower Friday night by Miss Peggy Roe. In the party games played during the evening Mrs. Bill McCaughey, Mrs. Paul Lipford and Mrs. Joe Long were winners. A miniature umbrella surrounded with greenery and flanked by red and white tapers centered the refreshment table. - - i Miss White wore for the occasion ments were also used on the table. | a navy blue knit suit and her hos . Standing behind the table was a | te?s presented her a red carnation wicker basket of yellow chrysan- [ corsage. themums backed by gold tapers in • - , - _ brass candelabra. Yellow gladioli were used on the piano with the same flowers being used on the organ, A miniature ivory phis and Ellendale, Tenn., and St. Louis, Mo. By Sue Burnett Pretty halter frocks for mother: and daughter. ! Pattern No. 8360 is in sizes 12, : 1-5. 16. 18. 20. Size 14. 4' 8 yards of i 3?-inch; ~ fl yard contrast. i Pattern No. 8361 is in sizes 3, 4, j 5, 6, 7. 8 years. Size 4. P 8 yards of, 35-inch; !2 yard contrast. Two pat-| terns. '' i For these patterns, send 35c for,' EACH, m COINS, your name, ad-' dress, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qnincy Street. Chicago 6, Illinois. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring & Summer '56 edition of our complete pattern magazine Basic FASHION. It's filled with smart, easy to sew designs, special features. piano .filled with yellow roses was used on the registrar's desk. Mrs. Haley greeted guests wearing a navy blue crepe dress trimmed in beaded blue satin with a matching i jacket. She was presented a gold orchid. Mrs. Henry wore a blue brocaded silk frock with matching accessories and a yellow rosebud corsage. Others in the receiving line with the honored couple and Mrs. Henry were J. Wilson, Henry and Mr. and Mrs. James Bower Henry of St. Louis. She wore a beige knit suit and yellow rosebud corsage for the occasion. Guests were met at the door by Mrs. C. Murray Smart and Mrs. Harold Eggensperger. Mrs. Smart wore a black tucked crepe dress and Mrs Eggensperger was dressed in a beige costume suit. They also wore rosebud corsages. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. M. B. Green of Memphis. Mrs. E. E. Hardin and Mrs. J. G. Sudbury were in charge of the guest book. As each guest registered they received a poem written by Harvey Haley in honor of his brother and wife on their anniversary. Others assisting were Mrs. Marion Seal of Wilson, Mrs. Byron Morse, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. Mary Emma Reed. Miss Lillian Shaver. Mrs. J, M. Williams, Jr.. Mrs. Flippen Whitner, Mrs. Ed Ferguson, Mrs. O- C. Ganske, Miss Donna Sue Gore and Miss Shirley Henry of; Memphis. j Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. R. R. Jayroe furnished organ rnuslc ,' throughout the afternoon. , Each of these received a yellow ; rosebud corsage. j Out-of-town guests attending j were from Dyersburg, Ripley, Mem- • Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Peters of Ripley. Tenn., entertained the family with a luncheon at Hotel Noble yesterday. _ Mr - Peters ls **«• Haley's brother. Coming Events MONDAY Circle Pour with Mrs. J. C. Cherry. Rose Marlowe with Mrs. Gay Lewis, 7:30 p.m. Marion Co.ok, with Mrs. C S. Webb, 7:30 p.m. Mildred" Matthew Circle with Mrs. Cleatus Hudson, 7:30 p.m. TUESDA Y Orpheus Club meeting at Woman's Club. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Hoyt Brown and Mrs. W. E. Hendrix are hostesses. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. James Terry. CIS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Utho Barnes. : Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Country Club Bridge League meets. Annie Armstrong Circle with Mrs, Luther Robinson, 7;30 p.m. Yarb.ro HD Club having potlucK dinner at clubhouse. WEDNESDAY Executive board of Lange FTA meets at 2:30 p.m. Study course being taught to PTA members at 2 p.m. by Dr. W. T. Rainwater with general meeting at 3 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Chapter D PEG meeting with Mrs. James C. Guard for 1 p.m. luncheon. Wednesday Night Bridge Club meting with Mrs. Paul Lloyd. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Gilbert Smyrhe. Blytheville Chapter No. 279 Or-1 der of Eastern Star having stated i meeting at .Masonic Temple. i Wednesday Bridge Club meeting,' with Mrs. R. H. Kirby. , Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. J. C. Ellis. THURSDAY Mrs. C. \V. Alford entertaining Thursday Bridge Club at the Dixie Pig- Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Miss Marcella Ray. 7:30 p.m. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Mid-Week Club meting with Mrs. Aubrey Con way, Mrs. Carroll Blakemore enter- Miss WHma Skelton ' Miss Skelton Engaged to Jim Chilson Mr. and Mrs. V. Skelton ot Whitehaven. Tenn., and formerly 01 Steele, today announced the engagement of their daughter, Wilma Sue, to Jim K. Chilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chilson of Clio, Mich. Miss Skelton graduated from Whitehaven High School In 1955 and is now employed by Walgreen Drug Company in Memphis. Mr. Chilson graduated from Clio High School in 1951. He served two years in the Navy and is now employed in the advertising department of Sears Roebuck in Flint, Mich. taining Thursday Contract Club. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Altrlisa Club meeting. Em anon Club meeting with Mrs, John Perkins, Jr. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Can't Get Rid of Your COLD? Then try 666, the wide-activity medicine, for greatest effectiveness against all symptoms of all kinds of colds. 666 combines 4 potent, widely- prescribed drugs and gives positive dramatic results in a matter of hours. Its combined therapy covers the complete range of nil cold symptoms. A'o other cold remedy can match 666 liquid or 6fifi Cold Tablets. 666 Used Sewing Machine Clearance Sale TERRIFIC VALUES! Over stocked on Used Machines. COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS! Treadles • Electric • Consoles (All Trade-Ins On The Amazing New Push-Button Necehi Automatic) ALL USED MACHINES ARE THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED and CARRY A 1 YEAR GUARANTEE The Best Bargains in Town at — Sewing Machine Exchange EASY TERMS 107 E. Main St. Phone PO 3-6127 Box Office Opens 6:45 SHw Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT - UMVftSAMNIUNAnOMAL *•»< TI* PRIVATE WAR y MAJOR BENSON ^TECHNICOLOR^ METRO NEWS & CARTOON TUES., WED. & THURS. GW RAW DAN OBIM SNGEUI UNSBURV I -J. KMBEDOUW.WWItWTT.WYIHAHMIEK » UHIVERSAI..INIMIHIOMI PICTPt Piue Two Cartoons Miscellaneous Shower, Coffee Honors Miss Nichols, Miss Moore Brides-elect Martha Nichols and Jimmie Lee Moore were honored with a .miscellaneous shower and coffee Saturday afternoon at First Christian Church at 3 p.m. Hostesses for the party were Mrs. Ben Harpole. Mrs. Rupert Cralton, Mrs. Bill Rader. Mrs. R. L. Dedman and Mrs. James Terry. The girls' gifts were displayed on two tables. Floor baskets of white stock were used about the room. A cutwork cloth overlaid the table from which the coffee and assorted cakes were served. Forming the long centerpiece were a large silver candle and a miniature bride and groom standing under an archway. Presiding at the silver service was Miss Ann Hindman. Miss Susan Moore served cake., Special guests were Mrs. Boyce Moore, Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Mrs. Joe Strickland, Mrs. Blanche Busby and Mrs. Ida Anderson. Cymbedium orchid corsages_werg_ given the honoTeesT Miss Nichols was dressed in a party frock of rust taffeta featuring a deep square neckline, off-shoulder puff sleeves, fitted waist and bouf- Airman Parsons, Miss Workman Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Workman ol Columbia. Mo., announce the marriage of their daughter, Phylis Ann. to Airman Glenn H. Parsons, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen H. Parsons, Sr., of St. Louis, now stationed at Pensacola Naval Base. The marriage took place in late December of McMurry Chapel in Columbia. The bride is the daughter of the former Imogene Michie and the granddaughter of Mrs. Lily Michie and the late S. A. Michie of Micola. Her father, a native of Steele, has been associated with the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company for the past 20 years. fant skirt. A pale green pcau de sole was the dress chosen by Miss Moore for the occasion. The full-skirted frock was worn over an array of colorful petticoats. Bruce Johnson Celebrates Fourth Birthday Bruce Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, celebrated his fourth birthday Saturday when his mother entertained nine of his little friends with a party. Debbie Neaves and Cindy Slack were awarded prizes in contests and terns and balloons were presented the children. Brace's birthday cake was a six- inch snowman encircled by a pickei fence. The four lighted candles helped form the fence. Miss Nancy Cupples assisted Mr«. Johnson in serving. 120 Guests Attend Cotillion Club Approximately 120 guests wer« present Saturday night when Cotillion Club was entertained in Plantation Room ol Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs and Mr, and Mrs. M, J. Cuadra were hosts for the monthly dance party. A winter snow scene compowd oJ snow balls and ice skaters on a pond was used on the refreshment table. Creamed dried b«ef seasoned with curry powder, served over wafflea is a'luncheon idea. Plates look appealing when garnished with a spiced peach or a sprig or parsley. city Stanley Mulling. Steela Mrs. Blmer Hire, city Wall> Hospital Dismissed: Marie Thorn, city Mrs. Helen Lewis, city Annie Novak, Rt. 3. city Ronnie Grain, Manila At the Hospitals BlytheviHe Hospital Dismissed: J. p, Blackburn^ Cooler Mrs. Gaston Payne, city Mrs. Orvnl StnnfiPld and baby, Luxora Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Haskell Davis and baby, Dell Mrs. Nell Gordon, city Mrs. Richard Swain and babi, city Charles Hollingsworth, Steele Jimmy Burton, city Gordon Kenwright, city Mrs. Peggy Meatte and baby, citj Mrs. Bucey Owens, Dell Phillip Johnson, city. Mrs. Mike Goniatakis and baby BEWARE! 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