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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 2«, 195« - Society News _ A «.. Rfnllitrir GnnlAtv Rrfifrir ' Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 34461 Dessert - Bridges Compliment Bride-Elect Miss Sandra Long Two dessert-bridges this week have honored Miss Sandra Long, who will become the bride of Pat Smothermon in a ceremony Feb. 12. Bits of News Tuesday night Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., and 'Mrs. Albert Taylor entertained at the Harpole home. The hostesses used yellow rosebuds to center the individual tables and a bridal scene on the dining table. Miss Long received a cymbedium orchid and silver from them. Special guests were Mrs. Toby Long and Mrs. Jim Smothermon, mothers of the engaged couple, and Miss Toby Ann Long, sister of the honoree. Mrs. R. J. Klllian won high in the games Mrs. Farris McCalla, second high and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., bridgo. pattern. Mrs. Long, Mrs. Smothermon ana Miss Long were also special guests at this party. Bridge winners were Mrs. Jesse White, high, Mrs. Killian, second high, and Miss Bobbye June Killian, bridgo. Last night Mrs. Joe Pride entertained at her home using small yellow blossoms on her individual tables and throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Pride gave Miss Long a grit corsage and silver in her chosen Mrs. Paulson Complimented Widr Always In Good Taste By Sue Burnett For the woman who is a little shorter tha/i average — a handsome casual style that .combines two fabrics so effectively. Pattern No. 8344 is in sizes 12'/ 2 , 14&, 16%, 1814, 2C%, 23%, 24i/ 2 . Size 14'/ 2 , cap sleeve, 4'i yards of 35-inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, BlyUieville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. 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 featuers. X THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature t UMKSK.IITCTMTIMi KCIW — AND — Af»0 CARTOON Mrs. Robert Paulson, wife of the new BlytheviUe Mr Force Base commander, was complimented with a luncheon at the Country vlub by Mrs. Gordon Timmons yesterday. Guests were seated at a long table which was decorated with a long low arrangement of pink snapdragons accented by lavender Dutch iris blossoms. Mrs. Albert Byrne, Mrs. J. R. Marr, Mrs. Robert Claypool. Mrs. Joseph Runeo, Mrs. Harold Brown. Mrs. Robert McLaughlin, Mrs. Bobbie Rosson, Mrs. Samuel P. Norris, Mrs. Richard Worlund, Mrs. Riley Jones, Mrs. Phil Deal, Mrs. Frank Rhoads, Mrs. Louis Philipp, Mrs. John Augustine, Mrs. Allen Gullion, Mrs. George Dash and Mrs. Max Logan composed the guest list. Following the luncheon the fater- noon was spent in playing bridge and mah-jong. Coming Events THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Miss Marcella Bay, 7:30 p.m. Esther Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. James M. Roy, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting in Fellowship Hall, 2 p.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. R. C. Farr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. James C. Guard. United Church Women of Blytheville meeting at Lake Street Methodist Church for annual business meeting followed by installation of officers, 2 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Mrs. Freddie Young being honored with shower at home of Mrs. H C. Blankenship, 3 p.m. Mrs. C. T. Colston is co-hostess. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: A. O. Moseley, Steele Patsy Jones, Cooter Ann Lee Williams, Rt. 1, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ernest Haynes, city Mrs. Thomas Yandell and baby, Steele Percy Crowe, Steele Alvin Lane, city Mrs. R. R. Bennett, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jesse Beckman, Rt. 1. city Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Razer announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, Jan. 23 at Walls Hospital. The baby, who has been med Tanda Gay, has a brother Kevan Dale. Mrs. Thurman E. Hewlett Sr., of Conway will arive today to visit her son, Thurman E. Rowlett Jr., and Mrs. Rowlett. She is coming especially to attend the Masque and Gavel presentation at Blytheville High Schol tonight of which Mr. Rowlett is sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marsh announce the birth of a son yesterday at Chiekasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh also have a daughter, leborah. Maxine Crawford will spend the weekend in Memphis visiting her randmother, Mrs. John Dooley. While there she will attend the Lone Ranger program. Mrs. G. L. White of Osceola will arrive today for a visit with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Loy Lee will enter Baptist Hospital in Memphis today and undergo surgery there tomorow. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. wade H. Lee, are with him. Charles Ray Hall, Steve and Bobby Hill, Martha Bean, Drarie Adams and Teddy and Howard Bailey, all students at Hendrix College, will arive home tomorrow to visit their parents during semester holidays. Miss Bobbye June Killian, student at University of Arkansas, arrived lome yesterday to spend the semes- ;er holidays with her mother, Mrs. R. J. Killian. Other students home from the University are Chuck Langston, Jimmy Tompkins and Allen Shanks. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith have returned from Memphis where they attended the I4th annual convention of Mid-South Farm Equipment Association. Mr. Smith, retiring president, presided at the two-day convention and was presented a plague for his work for the organization during the year. Mrs. Smith served as official hostess for the convention and received a silver iray. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Huff and daughter will have as weekend guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maxe- ion and her sister, Mrs. John Mann, and Mr. Mann, all of Paris, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garrott spent ;he past weekend in Nashville visiting relatives. Mrs. A. L. Beeman of Lyon, Miss., is visiting her daughter, Mrs Joe Shanks, and Mr. Shanks here and her niece, Mrs. 0. E. Honeycutt, at Victoria. Butler Barksdale of Natchez Miss., arrived yesterday to visit his mother, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale Sr., who is ill. Mrs. Barksdale is at the home of another son, James Barksdale, Jr., at 118 West Ken- :ucky. Northeast' Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Thurs. & Friday at 7:00 & 9:00 p.m. A Woman made for Love! HERBERT I. TATE5 eieunti YVONNE DE CARLO „,,„. HOWARD DUFF ZACHARY SCOTT A RIPUBUC raODUCTtON •Ml KMT USBUI • IUMIA O'MH MMCS MWU • nilM HKKMT Petroleum refining is the est industry in Texas. Russell Jackson, city Mrs. Lillian Prank, city Miss Peggy Allison Engagment Of Miss Allison Wednesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Wednesday Bridge Clubs conducted weekly games yesterday. Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertained Town and Country Club at her'home yesterday using a Valentine motif in decorations and in the tallies. Au arrangement of red carnations in a milk glass? container was the focal point in entertaining rooms. Mrs. C. Modinger and Mrs. Elhs were bridge winners. Wednesday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. B. H. Kirby. Playing with the club were Mrs Marvin Robinson. Mrs. Fred Fleeman and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mrs. Kirby used dubonnet gladioli on her dining table and in the living room of her home for floral decorations. Bridge winners were Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. H. C. Sims. Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison announce the engagement of their daughter, Peggy, to A/3c George Aufrecht, Jr., of ".Vashington, D. C., son of George P.. Aufrecht, Sr., an ' the late Mrs. Aulrecht of Washington, D. C. The bride-elect is a graduate of Blytheville High School and is now employed at Ira's Cafe. Airman Aufrecht finished North Western High School in Maryland in 1953 and is now stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. Wedding plans will be announced later. Founders Day Celebrated by Chapter D PEG Founders Day was celebrated yesterday when Chapter D PEO Sisterhood met at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard for a 1 p.m. luncheon and program meeting. Spring bouquets were used to brighten entertaining rooms of the home and for the festive occasion an identical arrangement was used on the dining table. Mrs. James Boy conducted a business session preceding the program which was-in charge of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. In keeping with the Founders Day theme Mrs. Lynch reviewed "Coal to New Castles,' by Wenona Reeves. Nineteen members attended the meeting. Mrs. Meroney Hostess to Canasta Club . Mrs. Mike Meroney was hostess to the Tuesday Canasta Club at her home this week. Winning the canasta games were Mrs. L. O. Gill, Mrs. Paul Byrum and Mrs. Roy Head. A salad course \vas served to the guests. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements John Koldus THURSDAY and FRIDAY Find Your Name In Our Ad And Be Our Guest To See "A Man Alone" No PUCE TO HIDE EXCEPT IN HER ARMSI RAY MI LLAND MARY MURPHY- WARD BOND .•RAYMOND BURR -ARTHUR SPACE IS VIM OEEF • MM HUE • OOUCIAS SPtNCOl Otto Pohanka PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON Mrs. Gilbert Smythe invited as guests Mrs. Joe Hughes and Mrs. Fred Sandefur last night when she entertained TLE Bridge Club. Winning high score in the games were Mrs. W. E. Cherry, and Mrs. Hughes. Bridgo was awarded Mrs Bill Hodge. A salad course was served at the conclusion of the games. Wednesday Night Bridge Club members and one guest, Mrs. Elwood Deen, played at the home of Mrs. Paul Lloyd. Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford won high score in the games, Mrs. EUbert Johnson, second high, and Miss Prances Bowen, bridgo. A dessert course was served. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertained Club Eight with a dessert-bridge ai her home. She invited as guest Mrs. Loy Welch. Winning the games were Mrs. Charles Langstou and Mrs. Paul Jobe with bridgo going to Mrs. G. O. Poete. Manila Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. R. J. Killian here yesterday. High score winners were Mrs. V B. Osborne and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon. Bridgo went to Mrs. E. C. Fleeman. A dessert plate was served preceding the games. Sabbath Service To be Held at Temple Israel Tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Dr. Alfred Vise will conduct a Sabbath and Memorial Service at Temple Israel. The Rabbi will deliver a sermon on "A Helping Hand." The Brotherhood Service, with First Methodist Church members as guests, will be held Friday, Feb. 10. HARMONIZE — Hosiery, hemlines and shoe fashions harmonize beautifully this spring. Low- cut pumps with shaped mid-heel are worn (upper left) with polka-dot afternoon dress that has soft- full skirt. Partners for parties are short blue chiffon evening gown (upper right) and blue vinylite slippers with spindle heels. Black and white print dress (lower left) with ballooning sleeves is worn with bare black satin sandals. And simple black pumps (lower right) with nail studded heels pair up with lean sheath skirt in gray wool. Stockings by Hanes are all sheer, all seamless. Dorcas Circle Meets in Johnson Home Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. J. J. Johnson Tuesday with five members and three visitors present. Mrs. Earl Slaughter was a new member. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. D. G. Jones with the devotional being given by the Rev. J. J. Johnson. The business session was conducted by Mrs Johnson in the absence of the circle chairman, Mrs. Jack Rushing. Members and visitors participated in scripture readings on the writ- Ings of Paul. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Roy Schuhart. Jet Propulsion Read Courier News Classified Ads. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35« At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT CINEMASCOPE A UNIVEBSHUMEBNHIOMl TOM Plus Two Cartoons FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature THE STORY OF THE PRISON. WITHOUT BARS!. — AND — -WILLIAM 'F/GHTMG HMifPOM ARtZOHA Serial «S«a Hound" No. « And Cartoon CHARLESTON, W. Va... W — A HInton woman in court on a drunk charge was explaining her presence in the state capital. "Judge," she said, "I just got tanked up and took off." "You'd better try landing someplace else after this," said Judge James A. McWhorter, and sent her back to Hinton. Lange Sixth Grade Y Group Has Meeting Lange Sixth Grade Tri-Gra-Y met Thursday afternoon with Linda Barnette at her home on Ash Street. Attending were Carol Sue Burnham, Linda Fisher, Tony Spain, Linda Lowe, Paula Huteon, Dianne Branscum, Joyce Short, Mary Gay Nelfon, Jean Baughman and Patsy Fulfcerson. Long Wait LINCOLN. HI. US — When John Anderson went to sleep, he was sitting in his car waiting for a train to pass at a grade crossing. When he awakened he was in jail. Police put him to bed o n a drunkeness charge after they found him, with the car motor running and the train crossing gates lifted. THE ENTIRE FAMIIY LIKES FMACARON! SPAGHETTI KJKI tee NOODLES License? BRIDGEPORT, Conn, (fl— Police said John Green, 46, didn't havo a driver's license after his car ran into a wire service pole. "I've been driving ajound here and in the South for 30 years and never knew I needed a license," they quoted him as saying. THE BROADWAY SMASH HIT! BHS Auditorium Tonight 7:30 p.m. ^CLEARANCE of WOMEN'S SHOES Pumps - Straps - Ties High, Low f and Wedge Heels RED CROSS JOHANSEN TOWN & COUNTRY FOOT FLAIRS NOW $COO $700 $QOO One Lot of Women's Shoes With Values Up to $9.95 Are Now $ 3°° Pair or Two Pair for $ 5°° FAMILY SHOE STORE i 312 W. Main Phont 2-2342 \

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