The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1956 · Page 2
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FAOE TWO BLYTHETILLB SATURDAY,, JANUARY_88, 19B<t Mifi» Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor News - Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Byron Moore Installed As Head of United Church Women Mrs Byron .Moore was installed as president of the United Church Women of Blytheville yesterday when the organi- ;ation held its annual business meeting. Mrs. C. M. Gray served as installing officer. Others to take office were Mrs. f F. E. Scoa. firsi vice-president: Mrs. Leroy Huddleston. second vice-president: Mrs. Newton Whitis, secretary: Mrs. Hlldred Bunch, treasurer, 'snd Mrs. Marcus Gaines, historian. i Annual reports from chairmen 1 were given. I Mrs Bunch reported on Chris-! tian WorSd Missions with Mrs.! John C. McHaney givmj the treas-j urer's reports, Mrs. George Oiila-: hunty gave the Well-Child Confer-! ence report. | Mrs. Jafttet Sesriarse tote mat, 260 pounds of clothing for "Parcels: Charm In Large Sizes i Bits of News for Peace," was shipped this year with Mrs. Gaines reporting on the Church woman. It was announced that two local 1 women, Mrs. James Rainwater ' and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, have i been appointed to the State United ' Church Women executive board. Mrs. Rainwater will serve on the finance committee with Mrs. Robinson serving on the migrant work committee. Mrs. Bunch announced that j World Day of Prayer will be held Feb. 17 at First Methodist Church. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Scott. Miss Sandra Long Complimented Valentine Mrs. Loy Welch is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade, Sr., will return next week from a Florida vacation. Stanley Zellner, student at Memphis State College, is spending the weekend here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Krutz announce the birth of their first child, a daughter. Thursday night at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Renee Johnette. Mrs. Krutz is the former Jeanette Huey. Miss Ami Foster, student at Hen- j drix College, is the houseguest of j r r.ni ! With Party at Killian Home Mrs. Jesse White, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mrs..Robert Killian and Miss Bobbye June Killian complimented Miss Sandra Long with a dessert-bridge at the Killian home yesterday. A pink and white color scheme*used to decorate the home . _ Coming Events MONDAY Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church having potluck supper ai home of Mrs. Joe K. Waddy, 7 p.m. Mrs. Dula Morris is co-hostess. WMU Day Circles of Trinity Bap- with individual tables being covered with pink satin and overlayed by ruffled pink net. Forming centerpieces were heart shaped bases on which were placed glittering wedding bells. Bridesmaid placecards were used. ' White .hyacinths tied with pink satin bows were placed about the entertaining rooms. The honoree, who «ore Sieve 113 Feminine Attendants | Complimented j Mrs. Boyce Moore entertained 1 with a dinner party last night in honor of the feminine attendants of the Moore-Strickland wedding par- ly. Mrs. Moore's daughter. Miss Jimmie Lee Moore, will become the bride of Jerry Strickland tomorrow afternoon in a ceremony at First Christian Church. A rose and aqua color scheme, colors of the frocks to be Worn by the attendants, was used in decorating the dinner table. A large white candle encircled with rose and aqua pom-poms centered the table. Placecards were attendants wearing rose and aqua wedding frocks. During the evening Miss Moore presented these girls with gifts. nd his paror.;;,. 8321 34-M Mrs. Guard Entertains Friday Club By Sue Burnett A neat collarless frock that' comes in a wide range of sizes to '> flatter the matron. Novelty but-! tons accent ttie slanted detail. j • Pattern No. 8321 is in sizes 36,1 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 53. Size 38. j •short sleeve, 5 yards of 35-tnch; | % yard contrast. i For this pattern, send 35c in i COINS, your name, address, size I desired, and the PATTERN NUM-! HER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville | Courier News, 372 W. Quincy [ Street, Chicago 6, 111. ! Don't miss the spring & summer i '5« issue of Basic FASHION, our pattern catalog that contains a variety of attractive up to the minute styles for all size ranges. Mrs. James C. Guard entertained Friday Club with a dessert-bridge at her home yesterday. The dessert plate was served from the hostess' dining table which held a spring bouquet. Mrs. Harmon Taylor won high score in the games, Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, second high, and Mrs. Bob Logan, bridge. Marcella Ray Hostess to YWA Group Marcella Ray was hostess Thursday night to 10 members and three visitors of Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church. Mrs. C. S : Birmingham, couselor, gave the invocation. Patsy Gentry presided over the business session and Miss Ray gave the devotional. The closing prayer was given by Jimmie Carter. $125 SUNDAY $125 1 DINNER 1 APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Baked Chicken with Celery Dressing Roast Beef with Brown Gravy Breaded Pork Chops CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Fried Apples Cream Style Corn Buttered Peas and Carrots Diced Potatoes in Cream Sauce SALAD Tossed Vegetable Salad with French Dressing DESSERT Cherry Cobbler Sunday Special - 1 Day Only Two Pieces Choice Chicken * (Breasrs-Legs-Thighs) pjl* t SERVED WITH SALAD SI 1C and FRENCH FRIES J\j Best Fried Chicken Served Anywhere RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN llyth«Yill«'i Favorite Eating Plact Mrs. Alex Hill. Embry Wilson. Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford and Miss Frances Bowen j are in Lexington, Term., today to attend funeral services of Mrs. 6. H. Austin, mother of Henry Austin. a Blytheville High School faculty ] member. j The Rev. and Mrs. James Rain-i water returned last night from Lit-1 tie Rock where they attended the Ministers Institute and board meetings this week. Miss Gwendolyn Harrison will leave Monday for .Memphis where she will enter Baptist Hospital to undergo major surgery. Al Hallman. who is empolyed m Troy, Ala., arrived last night to return his wife and sons to Troy where the ywill mase their future home. \ Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bond ol j Vicksbury, Miss., are the weekend guests of Drs. Carl and Edna Nies. Mr. and Mrs. Bond are en route to Kansas City, Mo., to visit relatives for a week. J. Frank Field of juneau. Alaska. has returned after a visit here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J- Field, and his sister, Mrs. J. P. Holland, and family. T/Sgt. John R. Fowler, who has been stationed at Ramey Field in Puerto Rico for the past three years, spent a 14-day furlough, here with his mother, Mrs. Jim Fowler. He left yesterday morning for Little Rock where he will be stationed for the next 18 months. j Mrs. Grover Snyder of Memphis I is the houseguest of Mrs. Robert Killian and daughter, Miss Bobbye June Killian. printed party frock, was present ed a pink carnation corsage, and steam iron from her hostesses. The corsage was accented with lace and pink hearts. Winning the bridge games were Mrs. Harman Taylor and Mrs. S. C. Owens with bridgo going to Miss Jean Driver Kendrick of Osceola. The hostesses were assisted in serving by Mrs. Grover Snyder of Memphis. Mrs. Clyde Keal, Mrs. John Fuller. Mrs. Porter aoagers and Mrs. Helen Cowen all of Searcy will be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. 8 srey. t j st church meeting at church, 10 Executive Board Has Meeting with potluck luncheon at noon. Blytheville Education Association having program and business meeting in Colonial Room, Hotel Noble, 7:30 p. m. Rose Marlowe Circle meets with Mrs. L. D .Marry, 7:30 p.m. Marion Cook'circle meets with Mrs. C. S.,Webb; 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. James C. Guard. Tuesday Bridge Club meets witn Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Country Club Bride League meeting. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. H. E. VanCleve, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Town and Country meeting with Mrs. A. G. Hall. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. L. E. Old. TLE Bridge Club meeting Mrs. W. J. Cupples. vith Executive board of Women's Missionary Union, Trinity Baptist . Church met yesterday at the Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R. home of Mrs. A. L. Richardson! B._Swut. with eight members present. Mrs. John Nelson offered the opening prayer with Mrs. A. D. Priest giving the devotional. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Drew Hughey and Mrs. Henry Berry dismissed the group? At tbe Hospitals The white blouse is in everybody's wardrobe. But it can be worn just once. After that, it should be laundered or cleaned in order to maintain a crisp, immaculate look. The T-shirt dress in broadcloth is good-looking, takes to tailored accessories and gold jewelry. Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Roy Baugher, Rt. 4, city Lee R. Warrington, Lepanto Lexie Sweat, city Kathleen Holt, Tomato Thomas Harshman, Tomato John Taylor. Rt. 2, city Mrs. Jesse King, city Mrs. W. J. Whitney, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Liliie Davis, Manila Marlene Canerdy. city Frances Ferrell. Steele Clyde Smith. Dell Barbara James, Beaumont, Tex. Deborah, Taylor, city James A. Davis, Manila Charles Tolbert. city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Billy Wayne Priddie. city Mrs. Robert Jackson, Rt. 1, Steele Mrs. Arch Richards, Caruthcrs- ville ;YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE; Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre! SAT. NIGHT 10:30 p.m. SUNDAY and MONDAY CINEMASCOPE;- TECHNICOLOR' SAGA. OF THOSE HILARIOUS BRAWLS SET TO SINGH*'MAP- .TOMMY RAIL -JIMMY BOYD • KATHLEEN CASE -THE MIDWESTERNERS o*ra n«E MARSH- ma m m m K CM HOMI N«t W W8Eft! J. (MN • A UNIVERSAL-INTfBNAIIONAl rKTUK Party Given Contract Club A Valentine Party was given for Friday Contract Club yesterday when Mrs. Russell C. Fair entertained. Mrs. Farr invited as guests Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. Riley Jones, Mrs. Joe Trieschman, Mrs. Russell H. Farr. Mrs. E. M. Regenold, Mrs. Charles Crigger and Mrs. Murray Smart. The hostess used large red hearts on.which stood a cupld to center her individual tables. Adding a fragrant note to the centerpieces were the hyacinth florets which encircled the base of the hearts. On the piano, a silver pitcher filled with vivid red carnations was used and red tapers burning in branched silver candelabra were placed about entertaining rooms. Club prizes were Won by Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. G. O. Poetz with guest high going to Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Regenold. Mrs. Rus- seH-II. Farr was awarded bridgo.— Joy Circle Has Meeting In Ford Home Eight members, four visitors and two new members, Mrs. Lloyd Ford and Mrs. Billy" Clay, of Joy Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at Mrs. Rowktt Honored with Layette Slwwer .Mrs. Thin-man Hewlett, Jr. was honored with a layette shower Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Herbert Swearengen, Jr. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Lynn Stevens. Mrs. Lillie Sisk and Mrs. Harry Weldman. The hostesses used a pink and blue color scheme, decorating the gift table as a bassinett and the cake, which was served, as a baby bed. Mrs. Eowlett received a novelty corsage from her hostesses. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Thurman Rowlett, Sr., of Conway and Mrs. Wallace Norman of Lepanto. Jane Terry, Sylvia Lada 1 CelebrareBirrhday Jane Terry and Sylvia Ladd invited 30 guests to the Country Club last night to help them celebrate their 14th birthdays. A Valenine motif was used in decoraing the club with red and white balloons and streamers being suspended form the chandeliers. Large red hearts were also placed about the room. The which refreshment table, from assorted party foods and punch were served, was centered the home of Mrs. Ford Thursday. Mrs. John Reed led the opening prayer with Mrs. James Hampton conducting the business session. "Birth of John the Baptist," was the program given by Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Paul McDaniel, Mrs. LaVerne Owen and Mrs. Roy Schuhart. Mrs. J. J. Johnson gave a read- Mrs. Roy Hostess to Esther Class PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs John Prather. Junior GA's of Trinity Baptist meeting with Mrs. Alvis Harris, 4:15 p.m. THURSDAY Armorel Home Demonstration ! ing on "Bible Reading Aids Family j (~ o Club having potluck luncheon and I Unity." Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. | V--C meeting at home of Mrs. R. L. Hampton gave the closing prayers. Adkisson. 1217 Holly in Blytheville. Delta Kappa Gamma meeting at Dixie Pig. at 7:30 p. m. Hostesses are- Miss Cecil Cassidy, Miss Mary Hubler and Mrs. Lillian Frank. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Jayceltes meting. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Ruth Tanner. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. O. O. Elkins, Sr. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. W. L. Honer. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. O. O. CaudilL Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Johnny White. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Leonard Oldham. dies. The hostesses were assisted serving by their parents, ,Mr. and j Mrs. James Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ladd. Mrs. Caldwell 80th Birthday | Mrs. E. H. Caldwell. who celc- brated her 80th birthday yesterday, was honored by her friends and neighbors when they called at her home on Clear Lake Road yesterday. Her daughters. Mrs. Lagrone Whittle and Mrs. Essie Lendennie. to those Lottie Moon YWA meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Friday Club meets with Mrs. Bob j served refreshments. Logan. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. Fveeman Robinson, 2 p.m. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Hank Dodd. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting Mrs. James Roy was hostess Thursday night to eight members | served coffee and cake and three visitors of Esther Class j wno called, of First Baptist Church. Visiting with the class were Mrs. Adeline Rosson, Mrs. Nancy Trimue and Mrs. Louise Belknap. Mrs. Walter Marble presided over the meeting with Mrs. W. E. Edmondson . giving the devotional from the book of Esther. Following the closing prayer by Mrs. Robert Briggs, the The cotton robe with terry lining is a handy thing to own. J.ust the thing to reach for when the phone rings and you're in the shower = i \ Even the beloved white cotton shorty glove wears the Orienta AND HOW!—Actress Rhonda Fleming shimmies through an Indian dance after her costume won first prize at the annual Golden Nugget Ball in Palm -Springs, Calif. The affair, held for charity, usually is attended by many film notables. If your pet is the quilted robe, have one in nylon. Even the filling is nylon so it washes and dries fast, needs no ironing. Your dress (or suit) can look no better than its underpinnings. So consider bra, girdle and slip each time you reach for a hanger. ., hostess I look "this year. It's decked with silver thread and pearls, no less. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature THE STORY OF THE PRISON WMIHti tnif in Hit Utitn's liftil iMHtiM.' aMHIIM-plJH HJMfSIU IMS IBS! OM« ™. ii NKIIIK S= — AND — -WILLIAM BOYD F/GHT/NG MWFROM 8 ,. Serial "Sea Hound" No. 6 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY VtCE-AND-VIOLENCC EXPOSE! liW CWFIDEHTLU M ••** CMMI;«MI «fllJIMIM£ PLUS METRO NEWS AND 2 COLOR CARTOONS Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saliba SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature t UNIVERSAL DIIERMIIOMI PICTURI CARTOON: "HEP CAT SYMPHONY' SUNDAY and MONDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Lady and the Tramp" Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Manning ' Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Davis / PARAMOUNT NEWS AND WALT DISNEY FEATURETTE "SWITZERLAND" THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show, Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sal. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! Now Under New Management Mox Theatre is now being managed by W. F. McCann, new owner — Come but and enjoy fine movie entertainment at any time. 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