The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1955 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1955 - Society News e Ann Mallory, Society Editor * BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Willie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-44G1 PAGE FIVE CLUB OFFICERS — Officers of the Officers Wives Club of BlytheviUe Air Force Base are shown at an executive board meeting, held yesterday at the Air Base. They are (left to right) Mrs. Louis D. Philipp, first vice-president; Mrs. R. L. McLaughlin, recording secretary; Mrs. A. H. Byrne, president; Mrs. Phil M. Deal, treasurer; Mrs. J. G. Runco, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Gordon D. Timmons, honorary president, and Mrs. Herb Rhode, second vice-president. (Courier News Photo) Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Have Card Party and Pledge Ritual Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi conducted meetings last night. Alpha Delta Chapter met in Co~ lonial Room of Hotel Noble for a dessert bridge and canasta party preceded by a brief business session j conducted by Mrs. Foy Etchieson. j The hostesses, Mrs. Utho Barnes! and Mrs. Virgie Mae Gary, used a Halloween motif in decorating the room. , High scorers in bridge games were Mrs. Merle Hall and Miss Neldene Poe, with high in canasta going to Mrs. Lucille Spradley and Mrs. Naomi Albritton. Mrs. Peggy Cheadie won bridgo. Alpha Alpha Chapter met at the home of Miss Millie Ann Mallory at which time the pledge ritual was held. Those receiving pledge pins in the candlelight, ceremony were Mrs. Frank Ellis, Mrs. Glenn Teague, Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., Mrs. Henry Long, Miss Gail O'Rear, Mrs- YWA Council Has Election Of Offo icers Mississippi County Council of Young Women's Auxiliaries met last night at Calvary Baptist Church lor an election of officers, The business session was opened with prayei\by Mrs. Leon Jones who was also elected YWA advisor for the coming year. Miss Carrie Sue Haynes was elected president of the association with Miss Shelba Hodge being elected vice-president. Other officers are Marcella Ray secretary and treasurer; Mabel Crook, program chairman; Carol Seaman, song leader; Carmelita Hinch, pianist; and Patty Hughes recreational leader. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford, young people's director, installed these officers. The devotional was given by Miss Pat Brown. Miss Hardy Speaks at Junior PTA Miss Rosa Hardy was guest speaker yesterday at the meeting of Junior High Parent-Teacher Association. She was introduced by the pro- rrun chairman, Mrs. Glenn Ladd. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. E. J. Cure with Mrs. R. B. Stout presenting the president's message and devotional. Room count was won by Mitchell John's room. H.W. committee chairmen were appointed. During the social hour reiresh- mems of sherbet punch and cookies were served \viih the hostess beiny j i . pj t i assisted by her mother, Mrs. R. V. /VnS. DlQCK MalLory. Mrs. Harold Crump was a g Jesse Euoanks, Mrs. H. L. Halseli, Jr. and Mrs. Marjorie Rager. This service was conducted by Mrs. Dan McCsakill, chapter president; Mrs. Eloise Nicholson, rush chairman and vice-president, and Mrs. George Anderson, sorority secretary. Pledges formed a circle around a table overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with ay, black bowl filled with yellow roses, the sorority flowers, and flanked by glowing yellow tapers in black holders. Preceding the pledge ritual, Bill Rader-and Carl Wicklund, representing the Toast-masters Club, spoke to the group on fluoridation using a question and answer basis aiong with several charts for their talks. At the conclusion of the ritual a business session was conducted by Mrs. McCaskill at which time several' Jan Mullins Elected Head Of YWA Group Jan Mullins was elected president, of the Dollie Hiett Young Women's Auxiliary when the organization met at her home Monday night. Those to serve with her for the coming year are Martha Jane Bartholomew, vice-president; Jimmie Ann Goff, secretary; Sharon Perry, treasurer; Rosemary Snow, program chairman, and Carol Seeman, social chairman. Miss Betty Ann Mullins was elected new counselor for the group. During the .social hour refreshments were served by the hostess. Harry W. Hain_-s and Mrs. F. E. Black with 82'^ points won the six- table Hbwell movement played last SEATED—State loyalty seems to take a back seat in this" example of Oklahoma originals at a New York fashion show. Yvonne Cravens of Oklahoma City models blue jeans with a map of her state sewn on the seat. night by Country Club Bridge League. Bernard Gooch and Frank Nelson were in second place with 79 'poinis. Third place was captured by Mrs. R. P. Kirshner and Mrs. Prank Grigsby who had 76 points. GosnellWMU Has Business Meeting Gosnell Women's Missionary Union met last night at the church for its regular monthly business meeting with Mrs. R. L. Maxwell, president, presiding. I Mrs. Francis McMurray led the I opening prayer with Mrs. Wilma' Williams giving the devotional. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. F. E. Lncius and Mrs. Ruby Crawford gave the closing pryer. What you leave behind Is as significant as what you take as far as beauty goes. Do you leave a trail of powder in the washbowl and long curly hairs on your hostess' dressing table? Do you throw cigarct ashes in the wastebaskct and the empty pack on your plate? Put trash where it belongs with a minimum of throw and show. Paint Closeout Manj Types and Colors 2 Price Hubbard Hardware This wonderful pearly Country Gentleman white sweet corn has a special sweetness and flavor possessed only by corn grown in a small section of central Illinois. You can serve it so many ways and all of them delicious. Serve it hot as it comes from the can— or, as fritters—chowder—baked—in a pudding. Get several cans today. Costs only a few cents a serving ALL NIGHT Gospel Singing Ellis Auditorium, Memphis Fri., Oct. 21st — 8 p.m. Featuring the Black wood Bros. Quartet, the Statesmen Quartet of Atlanta, the Oak Ridge Quartet of Staiesville, No. Carolina, the Karmoneer's Quartet of Atlanta, the Sunshine Boys of Atlanta, the Rebels Quartet with Big; Jim Waits of Tampa, Fla. The admission is S1.25 each on the main floor and first balcony and Sl.OO each in the second balcony. All seats reserved. Advance tickets on sale at the Blackwood Bros. Record Shop, 186 Jefferson Ave., Memphis. Telephone No. 37-4349. Read Courier New? Classified Ads. Annual Benefit 15$ and 1*4 All Proceeds go to local Underpriviliged Children's Work • FUN • LAUGHS * GAGS • MUSIC Good, Clean, Wholesome Entertainment ALL LOCAL TALENT LOCALLY PRODUCED AND DIRECTED ! SPONSORED BY KIWANIS CLUB OF BLYTHEVILLE i uUeitbrooh i FAMILY SHOE STORE 1312 W. Main; Phone 2-2342 i dream shoe this week... You'll know it by the way it looks ... so pretty, so flattering . . . drawing admiring glances wherever you go. By the way it feels. .. softer, easier and more genlly luxurious than any shoe ever felt before. And by the name "Red Cross Shoes" . . . whose makers have turned the dreams of smart American ivomcn into the largest selling brand of fine footwear in the world. 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