The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 14, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1955 - Society News - Io Ann Mallnrv Snpipr.v RHitnr * PnO Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Thursday Contract Club Has First Fall Meeting; Other Clubs Meet Thursday Con'ract Club conducted its first game of the season yesterday at the home of Mrs. R. L. Banister. A luncheon preceded the afternoon of bridge. An invy ring filled with pink camellias centered the luncheon table. Guests of the club were Mrs. Walter Morrow and Mrs. Samuel P. Nqrris. '"' Mrs. Norris won high in the games and Mrs. Chester Caldwell won second high. Mrs. Banister was assisted in entertaining by her sister, Mrs. Fred Smith, of Osceola. Emanon Club was entertained at Rustic Inn last night by Miss Barbara Carter with two guests, Mrs. R. E. Green and Mrs. Mamie Scanlon of Miami Fla., present. Mrs. Louis Murphy won high in the games and Mrs. John Perkins Jr., second high. There was a tie for bridge between Mrs. R. E. Green and Mrs. Ed Townsend. A dessert, course was served by the hostess. A dessert-bridge was given for La- Nueve Club yesterday at the home of Mrs. Blan Heath. . Mrs. Heath had as guests, Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. Henry Davis and Mrs. W. W. Workmtin. Mrs Newon Wliis and G Jerome Bridge was Mrs Tavlor. Bits of News m»t/y Phonal *LIt Well with tbeCbild at Home?* Topic for Bitrdette PTA Program Burciclte Parent-Teacher Association met yesterday with been installed. have arrived and have Tom Callis served as pro L-hairman. Topic for the at'ter- Mrs. Lawrence Glasscock, Mrs. Kile Watts, and Msr. Esta Buchan- and will be in Judsoma over the weekend to attend an Assembly of Jehovah Witness. Miss Martha Cherokee of Austin, Tex., will arrive today at noon to be the houseguest of Louis Lynch -\-r-r* 1 rM and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. VV if h NhOWfT ies were i A- Lynch. Tomorrow Mr. Lynch- VV iLli ^ I1U >A C1 Mrs. N. | and Miss Cherokee will attend the; DELL—Miss Shirley Phillips, j rPC won' by | University of Arkansas-Texas foot- bride-elect of Eugene Burks, was j M.- 40 members present. Mrs. Everett Eubanks, presided over the meeting when reports were given by committee chairman. Plans were discussed for the annual chicken supper and it was]noon was "Is It Well with the Child announced that water coolers purchased for the school by the or- Dur.ain giving a devotional on I'hmss that Make a Good, Home." Mrs, Hilton Stephenson was guest n'nkrr and in her address explain- 1 :h:i:t>s that parents might do to •I;.) a child adjust in the school. S!;e stressed the importance of a ;,x! cultural background discipline iv.- to find the wants and needs Miss Phillips Complimented Miss King, Former Osceola Resident,Honored \ OSCEOLA—Miss Janel King, former Osceola resident and bride-elect of Hillman Kobbins. Jr.. of Memphis, \vns u^uin complimented Sim_ ^ _ day ailernoon when Mrs. Bruce Home." wftii Mrs. Conway j Donald. 778 Cypress Drive in Mem, OSCEOLA NEWS By Bel lye Nelle Starr Sirs. E. H. Burns is in Memphis supper, followed by cards were Mr. phis, entertained 40 guests with a shower. The event took place on the -spacious patio of the Donald home. Miss King wore a Dior blue velveteen jumper with an imported handmade blouse. this week for a medical check-up. Dr. and Mrs. L. T. Lawrence and children of Hope arrived Saturday for the centennial celebration at the First Presbyterian Church. They were house quests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen. Dr. Lawrence, past pastor of the cliurcli, delivered ihe Sunday morning sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cotner and son Ronny ol' Essex. Mo., and Sliss Carolyn Cotner. student at Memphis State, wen.- quests Satur- child and letting him have re in activities at home. Hip sinking was under. the dint of Mrs. Stephenson with Lem Stanford at the piano. Room count went to Mrs. Epper- the senior Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mrs. Loy Welch were guests yesterday when Mid-Week Club met at the home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway for its weekly luncheon-meeting. An arrangement of fall flowers was used to center the luncheon table. Mrs. W. L. Homer and Mrs. Harry W. Haines were high scorers in the bridge games. Chillion Club honored Mrs. S. E. Torjusen on her birthday yesterday with a luncheon at the Razorback. Mrs. Torjusen won high in the games, Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth, second and Mrs. O. O. Elkins, third. Country Club was the meetin place yesterday for Kibitzer Clu when Mrs. R. D. Hughes Jr., wa hostess. Guests of the club were Mr Charles Crigger III, Mrs. Richar Rose and Mrs. Bill Jontz. Mrs. Rose won high in the game and Mrs. George Hubbard Jr., sec ond high. A dessert course preceded th games. Miss Pattye June pavis, Miss Non Simpson and Mr;.. Wakefield Shan of BIytheville and Mrs. Mike Cun ningham of Caruthersville were a' guests last night when Mrs. Joe Me Haney entertained GEO Club. Bridge winners were Miss Davis high and traveling, Mrs. Johnson Blackwell second high, and Mrs Cunningham, brldgo. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: A. G. Mosley, Steele .Sandra Kay Bailey, city "William Garrow, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Willie Sharp, Manila Miss Lola Lewis, city Jesse Taylor, Jr., city Martha Parker and baby, city Aubrey Chapman, city, Mrs. Fred Oldham, city Miss Eula Bishop, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Gabriel Carvajel, city Mrs. Bert Ashabmnner, Manila Mrs. Minnie Allen, Mornersville Mrs. J. C. Brown, city David Hart, Rt. 1, city Mary Alice Bcaty, city Mrs. Myrna Wells, city /I's a way oj HOLDING HANDS FOREVER Tn cl iu ir, m iilv dm, I,, one [ha u r.i ' .rMvcu lf,hc I 1 ••. lie » 'I I iv, n a I nlrcd li I 01 I 1 i [O perl urn ill X 1 - mr.nbrr ot i| c Mi-, of Anunc «t «1M flu,, i L Alllhfif I of vour liws vou II fcrl closet tot having pUnim! for loaionow lodjy FREE UPON REQUEST OulvsIujMcand Instructive booklet. "Forethought" Open Sunday Afternoon Jno. C. McHoney and Sons "Tow MonmiMit MM" So. Hl-hwaj «1 n»M l-MH Models Are Announced for Fashion Show OSCEOLA — Models for the upcoming style show to be sponsored by the Osceola Progressive Club were released today by the chairman of models, Mrs. Roy Cox. The following will participate in j the annual event: Mrs. Bradford Cobb, Mrs. Don Blodgett, Mrs. Ben Butler Jr. Mrs. Gene Butler, Mrs. William B. Edringgton, Mrs. W. C. Mason, Mrs. Dwight Blackwood, Mrs. Leroy Owens, Mrs. Sam Hodges, Mrs. Clyde Whistle, Mrs. Clem Whistle; Mrs. Ambrose Teaford, Mrs. Auten Chitwood, Mrs. J. C. Portis, Lepanto; 'Miss Mary Ann Crain, Wilson; Miss Nancy. Ohlendorf; Mrs. John Crain, Jr., Wilson; Miss Bettye Claire Bowles, Betty Lynn Speck, Sue Wilson and Mrs. Bill Joe Edrington. Entertainment will be provided by Miss Lorene Rogers, dancer, and he Qsceola Barbership Quartet composed of Henry Swift, William B. Edrington, Billy Frazier and Joe Brown. Gwynn of Wilson. The show wilj take place on Oct. 25th at 8 o'clock at the Progressive Club Building. ball game in Little Rock. ' complimented with a miscellaneous Jesse Taylor, Jr.. is recuperating : shower Wednesday night in the rec- (son's second grade and at his home on West Main after j reation rooms of Dell Methodist i cl:is.-. having undergone an appendecto-: Church. | . my at Chickasawba Hospital. > Hostesses for the shower were ; M Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill and : *"« Nora Simpson, Mrs. U. S. | c iostesses in the social hour were Callis. Mrs. Melvis Ellis, .in Holder. Mrs. Elmer Mrs. Cole Sykes have returned to their home in Torrence. Calif., after a 10-day visit here with relatives. Mr. : ml Mrs. C. T. Kramer of Little Rock will be the weekend Fall flowers in shades of pin and white were, used to decorate the rooms with a white carnation corsage being presented to the ho: orpp. City Council Completes Plans For Card Bmef it City Council of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Randal Hawks Wednesday night to complete plans for the benefit bridge- canasta party to be held Nov. 1 at Hotel Noble. Tickets may be purchased for this event from Mrs. John Parks, Mrs. Harold Doyle, Mrs. Tom A,. Little, Jr., the ticket committee; Mrs. E. L. Boggs, general chairman of the benefit, or from any member of the three sorority chapters. In the business session conducted by Mrs. Hawks," Mrs. J. D. Davis was elected treasurer of the council and Mrs. Elmer Norman was appointed chairman for the Woman of the Year banquet. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Red-1 Miss Phillips wore for the occasion a fall two-piece charcoal brc man ' < frock. Mrs. Nathan Wade has returned | special guests were mothers of to her home in Fulton, Ky.. after [ tne COU pi e several days visit here with her! A desert cour se was served by parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mullins, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade. She came especially to visit her sister, Jan. who is now recuperating at her home on Main after having undergone an appendectomy at Chickasawba Hospital last week. Mrs. Axel Halvorsen, Mrs. Arch McCormick and Oliver Wallace of Albany, Ind.. along with Mrs. Homer Allard of Sturgis, Mich., have returned to their homes after a visit here, with Mrs. Elsie F. Fisk and the A. H. Webb family. Condition of Mrs. Sterling Martin, who underwent major surgery yesterday at Baptist Hospital, is reported to be satisfactory. She is in the hostesses. £ Delta Kappa ca- ' ran j Gamma Chapter Has Meeting Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa was principal speaker at Senath • Gamma met Tuesday night in the Woman's club meeting Tuesday non ie economics cottage .of Osceola night. She spoke on "Art and Beau-: HiL'h School, ty at Our Doorsteps." j \irs. C. L. Grigsby, Mrs. Gladys Mrs. Bugg, Miss Minnie Poster; Burr and Mrs. Marguerite Phillips and Mrs. H. L. Sharp, all of Ely- j wcre hostesses for the meeting, theville, judged the Senath High < A report on the workshop at Petit School student City Beautiful con- I j ean state Park was given by Miss test. Mrs. Grace Glisson of Senath i A ij ce uarie Ross with Miss Minnie WEIS chirman of the affair. Foster, president, outlining the Among BIytheville residents in year's programs. Little Rock to attend the Um'vers- i Projects for the year were dis- ity of Arkansas-Texas football game ' cussed by the 13 members present. Miss Carmen Poitras of Osceoll : day and s " ncla >' o[ Mrs - Coiner's assisted £ h"ste?s in'.4viS She j "other. Mrs. George Doyle. They was attired in a marine blue pure j »™f.,"S,S. y '° """* "" ""' silk early fall creation. Mrs. J. D. Smith of Osceola, I , grandmother of Miss King, was among those who attended. A traditional bridal theme of green and white was carried out in the floral decorations. Miss King and Mr. Robbing' wedding; on Oct. 22, in Memphis, will be of widespread interest throughout the mid-south. others who made the trek to attend the centennial celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wenz of Martin, Tenn. They were .guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryan of for their overnigght stay. Harold Ohlendorf and his mother Mrs. D. Ohlendorf, were Monday visitors in Little Rock. Mrs. Gilbert Bernstein and son ,„,,., , „ i - «_ ' Scotty of New Gleans. returned A tea Saturday, from I to o. hon- „ J g d afle rnoon pnng Miss King will be held in Memphis ai 761 Cypress Drive. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ernest Canada, Mi?. J:tc'.; L. Fitzgerald and Mrs. • son surprised her husband Satur- Lance D. Walsh. j day nitrht with a birthday dinner. and Mrs. Floyd Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Collum, Jr. The table was centered with an autumn arrangement of yellow and bronze foilage accented with yellow chrysanthemums flanked with yellow tapers. Mrs. Wallace Thompson of Wil- Invitations have been sent to over a hundred friends. Miss King will wear an original model tea-time frock and will wear j a gift corsage ot" orchids- Guests who came for the steak Ms. Juihi Owens of Luxora is a paiieni in Methodist Hospital. Memphis. Eighteen Junior Auxiliary members were in Helena Thursday to attend the regional meeting. Heading the group was Mrs. Roy Cox, president. Others included Mrs. Arthur Rogers, Jr., Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. Frank Edrington, Mrs. John B. White, Mrs. Ralph Woodruff, Mrs. W. O. Frazier, Mrs. Jack Wilson,. Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mrs. Melvin Speck, Mrs. Bard HMrington, Mrs. C. W. Silverblatt. Mrs. James Hyatt, Mrs. Clem Whistle. Mrs. Bill Jo Edrington, Mrs. Richard Cromer, Jr., Mrs. Nathan Weinberg and Mrs. Ted Woods. Rhode at all. Island has no counties Miss., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Roseborough. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Odell of Torrence, Calif., are the parents of a daughter, Darrylin Rae, born Oct. at Torrence Memorial Hospital. Third child, she has two brothers, Sandy, age eight, and Barry, age six. \ Mrs. Odell is the former Miss Dorothy Walker of BIytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lair and daughter Jeanne and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. anno spent yesterday at Big Springs, Mo. Mr, and Mrs. David Ziefaell and daughter of Rockford, 111., are visit- ng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sellers. Mrs. B. A. Bugg of Blythevtll tomorrow will be: Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mi-, and Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Dr. and Mrs. James rs. Bob Logan John Caudill. ;A member of the Jonesboro chapter was a 5 P ecial § uest ' Room 505, Mrs. Buford Young spent yesterday and Wednesday in Memphis j G Guard[ MJ-. and with Mrs. Martin. anc j j,^ and jj^ Miss Georgia Stewart spent yesterday in Memphis attending A Pharmacy Symposium at the Uni- '•ersity of Tennessee. Mrs. Harvey Kidd returned to her home in Memphis this morning after a week here with her son, Dr. Harvey Kidd, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. R. D. Hughes left this morning for Mayfield, Ky., to spend the weekend there visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Norman. , Mrs. Johnny White and children are spending this week in Senatobia, To Review This party will be joined in Little Rock by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith j £ , I D^i/^lx of Baton Rouge, La., former Bly-ijTUOy DOOK theville residents. Others attending will be Mr. anrtj Mrs. Jesse White will review the Mrs. Hairy W. Haines, Mr. and Mrs. j home mission study book, "You Can George Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Max; Witness," Monday afternoon at one Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Williams and son Bill, Mr .and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trieschmann and daughter Linda. I two 'ocLock. Ernest Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.| o'clock at First Presbyterian Church. The study will be followed by the regular program and business meeting of the Women of the Church at Club 28 Has j Dinner-Dance At Legion Hut Black cats, pumpkins and glowing orange candles were used to decorate American Legion Hut last night for the monthly dinner-dance of Club 28. Hosts for the affair were Jlr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mr. and Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones. Eighty guests and members were present with the guest list including: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kirby, Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard, Mr. and Mrs. James Roy. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Marr, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner, Col. and Mrs. Gordon D. Timmons, Mrs. John Augustine: Mr. and Mrs. B. B. .Goodman, Mrs. R. C. Alien. Bill Wunderlich. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomassoi Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hord. Mr. an Mrs. Riley Quick, Mrs. Joe Watso and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris Paul Farrington, James Terry, j r o ,.,,;.- Q 4-.-. Charles Afflick. J. M. Williams, Jr.,; JCIVILC TO Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Brannum ' r_| II , and son Tommy. Bryce Layson, Mr T16IQ QT and Mrs. Russell Mosley, Mr. and no seams /o worry abou/.' I've fallen lor seamless stockings by c/oy one/ dress sheers' it'sWhitsitt's fitcous* You Lifct Smart Things Mrs. Bill Stancil and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rayder. Mrs. Mamie Scanlon of Miami. Pin., is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith. Mrs. Ben Harpole. Jr., and children will spend the weekend in Trenton, Tenn., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lemond. Mrs. Fred Smith of Osceoln is First woman Cabinet membe: spending several days here visiting was Prances Perkins. Secretary her sister, Mrs. R. L. Banister, and, Labor during Franklin Roosevelt' Mr. Banister. I terms as President. Tonight Rabbi Alfred Vise will conduct a Sabbath service at Temple Israel beginning at 8 p.m. He will preach a sermon on 'The Four Basic Teachings of Judeaism." Personnel of BIytheville Air Force Base is invited to attend this service. GiANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ORIGINAL TARZAN HIT! TARZAN THE APE MAN ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature JEANNE DANA CHAIN ANDREWS DAVID FARRAR _AND— ..WARNER BROS. -SAMMARX.UMORIvlSOd Paramount Prutntt BROS. Cartoon "Blind Date" SUNDAY & MONDAY First BIytheville Showing Also Cartoon 'Devil May Hove' *_ « RfptmiC PRODUCTION ~=* AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet Cotillion Club having dance at p.m., Hotel Noble. Dance will bi preceded.. by__business_mee.ting a p.m. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Sforts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c • At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature A UNIVERSAWNTERNATIONUl PICTURE Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 6 And Cartoon ''Muchado" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature TBUM1K MHWBL % Short to ,—.;•»• ImtflmA Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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