The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1955 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FTV1 - Society News - ie Ann Mallorv. Societv Rditor * Phon Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Bill Houston, Recent Bride Honored With Shower Mrs. Bill Houston, the former Miss Peggy Ruth Zachry, was honored Tuesday night with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. W.'T. Barnett. Hostesses for Uie shower were Mrs. Barnett and her daughter, Mrs. Robert Reid. A yellow and green color scheme was used for decorating entertaining rooms. Silver candelabra holding glow- inp yellow tapers were used on the used in Uie dining room with yellow chrysanthemums accented with wheat and fall leaves forming the centerpiece for the dining table. A lace cloth was used to overlay the table. Miss Melba Hill poured punch with Miss Melba Pryor serving individual cakes which were lopped with miniature yellow and green wedding bells. In bridal games played, Mrs. J. E. Harciin, grandmother of the honoree, was winner. Special guests were Mrs. Raymond Zachry and Mrs. O. A. Houston of Trumann, mothers of the newly married couple. Mrs, Houston wore for her party a tan knit dress featuring a yellow and gold jeweled collar. She was presented a white and yellow chrysanthemum corsage and China in her chosen tesses. pattern by her hos- OSCEOLA NEWS By Beltyt Nelle Starr „ Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Sr., of Wilson | Dinner will be served at noon is a patient in Room 315. Methodist follo\ved by a book review given by Hospital, Memphis. I Mrs. Oeorge Paison. The title ot Dr. H. V. Camvright, who is ns- the book is "We Can Witness." sociated with Dr. George Cone's dental clinic, will open a dental office in Jackson. Term. Dr. Cartwright and Mrs. Cartwright moved j to Osceola about a year ago from Memphis. They L expect to leave Osceola in about a month. Circle One of Uie Presbyterian Women of the Church met Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr with eleven members present. Mrs. Newton Johnson led the devotional. Mrs. Horace Moore, Jr., had the "What to Talk About." A dessert course was served at the the weekend with her parents. The Girl Scouts of Osceola will stage a parade Thursday afternoon at 4:30-on Hale Avenue. Following the parade, they will hold a pie sale on the court house lawn. Proceeds from the sale will go toward building a Scout hut in Osceola. Any donations made to this fund j name's'as"co-hos'tess. Mrs. Shelby Guest Speaker At Central PTA "Is It Well With trfe Child in the Home?" was the topic used by Mrs. Alex Shelby yesterday when she spoke to approximately 175 members ot Central Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. Shelby was introduced , to the group by Mrs. Bert Trumble, program chairman. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Gean Atkinson, president, with Mrs. Bob Porter giving Uie devotional and Mrs. Newton Whitis the president's message. First place in room count went to M.iss Dixie Killian's first grade. There was a tie for second place between the rooms of Miss Donna Sue Gore and Mrs. Toler Buchanan in the lower grades. In the upper grades, Mrs. Edwin Stubblefield's room won first place. There was another tie for second place between the rooms of Miss Ann Wilson and Mrs. Lillian Frank. Mothers of sixth grade students were hostesses in the social hour. BURDETTE CHEERLEADERS — Burdette High School's cheerleaders are pictured above. They are (left to right) Pat Holder, Marilyn Lutes, Prances Weathers. Marie Bevill. Jo Ellen Aycock and Hattie West. (Courier News Photo) To wear with all the brown things nylon tricot pettlsklrt deeply band- in your wardrobe, have a bro\vn ed in lace. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk THURSDAY & FRIDAY Cartoon 'SUZIE" Coming Events FRIDAY County PTA Council (o meet at First, Baptist Church here. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Friday Club meeting- with Mrs !es C. Guard. Chapter N, PEO, having 1 p.m. luncheon at home of Mrs. Harry I W. Haines with Mrs. Harry A. can be sent to Louis George in Osceola. Miss Bettye Jo e Pendergrass, student at Ouitchitu College, spent conclusion of the meeting. Mrs. Joe Cromer was hostess to Circle Two with ten members present. Mrs. P. D. Johnson led the devotional. Mrs. A. W. Bowen led the panel dsicussion. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostess served a frozen salad plate. The two circles made plans for the all day meeting to be held Monday, Oct. 24. at the church. Mrs. Allan Segraves will lead the devotional at 11:30. Mrs. J. B. Strickland is a pa- llent in Osceola Memorial Hospital. Miss Sylvia Elias. student at Ole Miss, was home for the weekend. Friday Contract Club meelin? with Mi's. Loy Welch. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting in Fellowship Hal! at 2:30 p,m. Hostesses are Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Mrs. E. E. Hardin and Mrs. Obie Wcbfter. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Mr. and Mrs. were hosts to the Couples Bridge Charles WyguljDi". V \SQ were nosts to me uoupies tinage j -_ --, . Club Saturday night at their home.! | Q (_OnOUCt A dessert course preceded the games. Mr. and Mrs. BUly Ayres were , ESS" J? M™ S^"W£ ; YOUR PHENOL Y THEATRE iSabbath Service A , will conduct a sabbatb and memorial service. He has chosen as topic (or his sermon, "The Spiritual Task of the United Nations Organizations." Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre THURSDAY & FRIDAY SURPRISE mr or THE YEAH m » mum pros. MM k ions I. Moon . IMM »im uuni GEM THEATRE "Osceola's Finest" • SAT. MIDNIGHT SHOW SUN. •MON. •TUES. October 22-23-24-25 ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S , TO CATCH A THIEF Color by TECHNICOLOR wWi Jf ••* ROVCI LANOt* • JOHN WH.UAM* I »y AIMID HITCHCOCK 1 fty JOHN MlCHAtU MAVCt JHk Don't Take Off NORFOLK, Va. (ff, — The Navyj is experimenting with some fast- j flying hydrofoil craft which look like small planes which never lake off. The Navy isn't convinced that there is a mission for them — they j make 75 miles per hour on (or j over) water. They are powered by | two aircraft engines. They ride on j three foil-equipped struts, one un- j der each wing and the tail. Water flowing across the foils provides the lift to skim the surface. They make twice the speed of canven- tional crafl with the same power. won high score lor the women. W. E. Hunt is a patient in the Osceola Memorial Hospital. The Reiser Parent-Teacher Association held a meeting in the study hall of the high school building Tuesday night. Wilbur Smith, president, presided. Plans-for a Halloween carnival were made during the business session. Hostesses during the social hour were Mfs. Paul Bolick, chairman, Miss Lois Jeanne Smith, Mrs. H. B. McGinnis and Mrs. Zook. Mrs. H. P. Dunavanfc, who has been ill at her home, is able to be out now. Paul Mills, who has been a patient in a Memphis Hospital, is home. J. C. Hunt was in Memphis Thursday. Miss Shirley Amos, who is employed in Memphis, was home over the weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Amos. Kenneth Allred of Newton, Mass., spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs, Myrtle Allred, and family. Mrs. Coleman Crews has returned home after - visiting her daughter, Mrs. Stephen Jeffery, and family at Long View, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Brock visited Mr. and Mrs. Locke Brock and family in Blytheville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .Lewis Wilbanks visited their son, McCoy Wilbanks, and family in Yellville, Ark., last week. Mrs. Wilbanks and son. Michael, returned home, with them for a week's visit. j The Rev. and Mrs. Hance were; called to Hoxie, Ark., last week be-i cause of the serious illness of his father. ! Miss Lula Belle Shoemaker. Clet-: us Hance and David Wilbanks. stu-, dents at Arkansas State College, spent the weekend here with their parents. ; Mr. and Mrs. David Sinclair of San Diego, Calif., spent Wednesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zook. ! Miss Bonnie Mills and Billy Zook ' attended the homecoming football'; game at Arkansas State College! Saturday. They were guests of Miss ! Peggy Zook. ' Rhoda Leigh Watson is ill at her j home. ! Mrs. Harold Cook and Mrs. Roy Rogers were business visitors in Blytheville Saturday. .Mrs, Nancy Bowman, who has been visiting relatives in West Memphis, returned home Saturday Miss Dawn Paye Hall of Keiser and Miss Joan Ashley of Crews Lateral, students at Ole Miss, spent the weekend here with their parents. Miss Ursa Lee Veasman, who attends tiie University of Missouri, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Veasman. She was accompanied home by two classmates, Misses Loretta Huer and Dorothy Laber. Mrs. Can Anderson of Osceola visited in Uie home of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Nichols Sunday afternoon. Mrs.. H. L. Veasman was in Memphis last, week to visit Mrs. Bergie Clark, who is a patient at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Clark- is a former Keiser resident. Detective's Life Not All Play RICHMOND, Va. <3>t— The Private Eye in real life doesn't seem to be quite the type that divides his ef: forts between twitting the D.A.'s | office and fighting off blondes while i drilling an unsavory character here | and there. At least that's the way | it seemed at a meeting of the Pro- j fessional Detective Assn. of Virginia. ' The facts: The average detective at the meeting was 55, married, a bit overweight, didn't pack a rod, and was a former peace officer of some sort. He had one modest drink of blended whisky before lunch and after lunch smoked a 10-cent cigar. '1 never even shot at anybody,' said T. J. Cousins, association president, a private eye for 50 years. Horses, Horses, Horses DALLAS, Tex. (<P,—One of Dallas prize sea horses has given birth to more than 300 "colts" at the Aquarium. Friday & Saturday ONLY First Quality Nylons 15 gauge, 51 denier in new Fall colors 5*00 .2 Pr. I ANNOUNCING THE OPENING PAT MAYO'S BEAUTY SHOP Dell, Ark. 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