The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 22, 1955
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fAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER MEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1965 - Society News - „ A,,,, vtoiln™ Sn/Mprv Editor . » Phone Mise Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor 3-4461 Bride-ElectDixieKillian Honored With Dessert-Bridge and Coffee Bride-Elect Dixie Killian was honored Wednesday night when Mrs Frank Whitworth, Mrs. J. G. Triesehmann and WHctt iVlI 5 f 1 alifl » nit w v* i"j mi j. tr. x-. - Mrs. Earl Buckley entertained at the Whitworth home with a five-table dessert-bridge. Pocal point in the entertaining*- — rooms was a large arrangement of floating dahlias with each table being centered with white tapers sprinkled with gold horseshoes, shamrocks and slippers. Placecards were gold slippers. The honoree was dressed for the party in » beige jersey dress with matching accessories. Her gifts were a bronze chrysanthemum corsage, and China in her chosen pattern. In bridge games. Mrs. Robert Killian. mother of the bride-elect, won high score, Mrs. Russell C. Parr, second high, and Mrs. Jajries Cheadle of Manila, bridgo. Yesterday afternoon at Manila Mrs. Howard Perkins and her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Horner. entertained with a coffee at the home of Mrs. Perkins. The receiving rooms and dining room were decorated with bouquets of roses, dahlias and chrysanthemums. The centerpiece was a large silver bowl filled with roses. Planking this were silver candelabra holding white tapers. I -T- \ i/ i Mrs. R. W. Ration and Mrs. | Q W6Q Charles Stahr presided at the table. I Miss Killian greeted the guests j wearing a brown dress featuring a Bits of News Reception Honors BAFB ^Personnel HalloweenNoveltiesandFallFhwery Used as Decor for Weekly Clubs Halloween novelties and fall flowers were used to decorates homes Thursday and yesterday when weekly card clubs coi. cordon D, Tmimons. Biythe- conducted their games. LaNueve Club was entertained at ble Thursday. Aniony those in Oxford today to inend the Ole Miss-Arkansas game ire Miss Mae Dickson, Mr. and Mrs W. D, Cobb and son Davis, Gailya Siilwell and Harry Farr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graham are attending the game as guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Stanley of j Memphis, Others a [tending are Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Whit*, Mr. and Mr?, J, M. Williams, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Critter, in, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose. Mr.'and Mrs. Walter Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Porter. Mrs. Lila Mae Brown of Mem- oh is is the weekend ^uest of her son, Ted Brown, Mrs. Brown and daughters. Mrs. Clara Thompson has as: truest? her son. Hal Thompson, and. Mrs. Thompson of Texas City, Tex. Rustic Inn with a dessert-bridge ^ Russell H. Farr. Mrs. Walter Day : and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, present* ' Mrs. Leonard Oldham won high in the games. Mrs. Melvin Halsell. i second high, and Mrs. Day, traveling ville Air Force Base Commander, and Mrs. Timmons were hosts Monday evening at a formal reception I Tnursdav with three guests, Mr*. in the Plantation Room , of Hotel Noble for more than 100 Air Force and civilian guests. Col. and Mrs. Timmons received their Rtiests with Mayor E. R. Jackson and Lt. Col. Harold L. i Brown and Mrs. Brown. Col. Brown, P nze is ;he commanding officer of the I - 764th Bomb Squadron, which has ' Mrs. Edgar Borum entertained .mst transferred here from Hill ] Thursday Contract Club with a AFB in Utah. j three-course luncheon at Hotel No- Col. Thomas, R. Ford, Comman- 1 - — •••- ..... •• ------- • der, 461st Bombardment Wing-, Tactical. attended the re with officers and wive and BIytheville AFB. Civic leaders from BIytheville al- lent, wing, lac- > eception alons PVldnfpr TV •es of the 764th : V^jIlaULCr 1 1 She used jjiiant chrysanthemums Autumn Leaves Theme Used As Corps of Engineers Club Meets "Autumn Leaves" was the theme used Thursday when Corps of Engineers Woman's Club was entertained at Hotel Noble by Mrs. Elmer Norman and Mrs. John Shaddix. tiered gold candelabra holding yel- auonded trip first formal recep-> 1—I ^\ c f the base. j-LJ.d.» Miss Mamie Turner Mr. Moxle lion sponsored by Mrs. Timmons greeted guests wearing a waltz length black gown which featured a cuffed strapless bodice and full tulle skirt. Mrs. Brown wore a sheath black taffeta frock topped by a brief jacket featuring three-quarter length sleeves. Music for dancing during the evoning was provided by the Tony D'Amore Quartet. C;ipt. Rex V. Fuller was in charge of arrangements. Meeting Chapter N. PEG. met yesterday for a luncheon meeting in the home of Mrs. Harry W. Haines with Mrs Harry A. Haines as assistant hostess. The speaker's table was centered ^ with a cypress knee filled with col- foi her luncheon table centerpiece, j orful leaves interspersed with Mrs. Samuel P 1 . Norris and Mrs. O. W. McCxitchen were bridge winners. Mrs. Norris was a guest of the club. Mrs. Erwin Mitchell, Mrs. Frances Gammill and Miss Nora Simpson were guests Thursday night when Miss Pattye June Davis, a frequent visitor of GEO Club, entertained the club with a dessert-bridge at the Dixie Pig. Bridge winners were Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, high. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, second high, and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., bridgo. During the business session, reports were given by Mrs. Pre.ston Franks. welfare chairman, Mrs, Chillion Club members met at the home of Mrs. S. E. Torjusen Thursday. ,. Mrs. Felix Carney, Mrs. Mike Meroney and 'Mrs. E. R. Jackson were game winners. The hostess served a dessert course bronze, gold and yellow chrysantlie- I Norm Griffin, sunshine chairman, mums. Flanking this were three | and Mrs. John Prather, social chuir- man. Mrs. Watson was winner of tru !ow tapers. On each end of the table wero i door prize. small wheelbarrows filled with ve B - j "> ""*'<' sanies played during ha eiables and the leaves. I «eiun B . Mrs. Pranks and Mrs. L . ; Pralher won high scores and Mri. Down the length of the other ta- , Usm . mf ^.^ br , d bles Indian corn. i " Corsages of while carnations were j presented the guests. They were, Mrs. Dick Watson, Mrs. Gordon Timmons, Mrs. Fred Ratliff, Mrs. Gladys Tant. Mrs. Max Usrey and Mrs. Herb King;. Mrs. King also became a new member of the club. Mrs. Jerry Hord, who presided over the luncheon-meeting, was presented with a white orchid gilded in gol dby the hostesses. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger was guest speaker and used as his topic. "Friendship." . I Miniature pumpkins centered the i j :nts' J • :v iMiss Turner Elected Head Bradley Phillips Ctf Supper Club pom-poms at the rounded neckline of the dress. The hostesses also presented her a set of steak knives. Mrs. Killian received a corsage of red carnations. Those from BIytheville attending the affair were Mrs. Jess Horner, Mrs, Fred Bean, Mrs. John Lane, Mrs. Bud Wilson, Mrs. Johnny Marr, Mrs. C, L. McWaters, Jr., Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. Fred Fleeman; Mrs. George Green, Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mrs. W. M. Owen, Mrs. Joe Triesehmann and Mrs. Harold Doyle. Mrs. Tinnie Kelly ., Blythevillo ! today announces the engagement ; and approaching marriage of her j ! daughter. Mamie Jean Turner, to! ' Bradley Phillips, son of Jamns Phillips of Tupelo. Miss., and the late Mrs. Phillips. Miss Turner is the daughter of the late George Turner of BIythe- ville. The bride-elect is .now employed W. L. Moxley was elected pres- of Thursday Supper Club I when group held its monthly dinner-dance at the Legion Hut day night. Other officers elected to serve with Mr. Moxley were Jim Smothermon, vice-president, and D. C. Paffor^ secretary and treasurer Becoming new members of the organization were Mr. and Mrs. Quick, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Six- Week Series Won by Mrs. McCutchen Mrs. O. W. McCutchen was winner of the Thursday night Duplicate Bridge League six-week series which concluded this week. In second place was Mrs. Audrenel Freeman with Harry Levenstein taking third place and Jim Roleson winning fourth. The bride-elect is now employee. *^*^ x«"-«-, *«*• ««« »*•*• «" * A, Di -11 Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly by Ira's Cafe and Mr. Phillips .s Rnd Mf _ and Mrs Joe Ewing _ employed at BIytheville Curb Mar- .. Mr _ an( j Mrs. Bill Stovall, Sr.. et Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell and The wedding will be solemnized Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grigsby were hosts for the affair. in November. The Hut Was cj ecnra ted 'effectively with • pumpkins, lanterns, skele- ;alks nnd other Hallo- A dinner of chicken igs and English peas was served. In Candlelight Service, Members Of J™ J^;^ Girl's Auxiliary Receive Awards In a candlelight service Thursday evening, members of Miss Killian Tapers were lighted by Misses Linda Brown and Linda Marble as the audience sang the Girl's Auxiliary hymn, "We've a Story to Tell to the Nations." Mrs. Darrell Lunsford, youth leader, Introduced Mrs. Leon Robertson, sponsor of the Intermediate Group, and Mrs. Eddie Ford, leader of the Junior Group. A trumpet call by Loyd Owen Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridgo League meeting. MONDAY WMU Circles of Trinity Baptist Church meeting. Circle One meeting with Mrs. L. G. Kenwrteht, 2 p.m. Circle Two meeting with Mrs. R. L Adkisson, 2 p.m. Circle Three meeting with Mrs. M. G. KenwriRht, 2 p.m. Circle Pour meeting with Mrs. H. H. Burnett, 2 p.m. Executive Board of Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church meeting at 10:30 a.m. followed by luncheon at 12 a.m. and general meeting at 1 p.m. WMU of First Baptist Churcn having foreign mission study beginning at 10:30 followed by luncheon a,t 12 a.m. and after session at 1 p.m. TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs, Bob Warren. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Eastern Star having stated meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m.. preceded by potluck supper nt 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Chapter D PEO meeting at horn of Mrs. W. T. Rainwater for 1 p.m luncheon. Mrs. James Roy is co- hostess. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. L. E. Old. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Jerry Scraps. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. fi O. Owem. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. A. G. Hall. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Virginia Drew. THURSDAY Ohlllion Club meeting with Mrs. Saliy Freeman. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. W. L. Horner. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Chester CaldweU. OEO Club meeting with Mri. W. H, OTCfiefe. Duplicate Bridg* League meeting. FRIDAY Friday Contract Club meeting with Mr«. Ru«ell C. Ftrr. Friday Club meeting with Mn. r*rrli McCdlls. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. heralded Ihe approach of each group of candidates and processional music was rendered by Mrs. Murrny Smart at the organ. The candidates were examined by Mrs. Lunsford. who in turn recommended them for presentation of their awnrds by their respective leaders. Those attaining the steps of maiden and receiving octagons were Irby Lynn Hodge. Genildine Baker, Betty Collier, Nuncy Nmvromb Jackie Vowell. Margaret McWitters and Beverly Davis. Miss Joyce Ingram was recognized as having attained the step of lady-in-waitmp and wns given the whites tar to wear on her octagon. Misses JaniH Sue Boyd, Mabetee Lunsford and Barbara Jones presented some of the requirements for attaining the .step of princess and received the appropriate princess emblem to be worn on the octagon. MLss Lintin Dunn was the applicant for stpp of qunpii. As she came down tin 1 aisle 10 strains of the pro- crssionnl music she w:us followed by her crown bearer, little Margaret Lou Lunsford, who carried the crown on a while satin covered pillow. Miss Dunn prr.iented as a p.iri of her work, her own outline of "Chief Events in the Life of Christ." Her leader, Mrs. Robertson, placed the crown upon her hend. Following group sniffing:, Mrs. Kendall Berry, president of the Women's Missionary Union, offered the dismissal prnycr. Miss Dixie Killian was honored Thursday night when Mrs. Toby Long and her daughter Miss Sandra Long entertained with a dessert-bridge at their home. To decorate the entertaining rooms of the room the hostesses used mixed bouquets of colorful fall flowers. Placeciirds. scorepads and tallies were gold hearts. Miss Killian wore for the occasion a rust wool dress with matching accessories. Her gift corsage was a large yellow Fugii chrysanthemum. She was also presented a silver announcement tray by her hostesses. Mrs. Robert K^Jian, mother of the bi ide-etect. was Riven a pink Fugii chrysanthemum corsage. Bridge winners were Miss Ramona Crafton. high, Mrs. George Green. .second hieh. and Mrs. John Ed Regenold, bridgo. j Hints on curtain laundering 1 I wash them basted into an old pi!I lowcfies, rotate them when you re; hang them to keep them matching j rehaiiEr now and then upsidedown to i vary t'h- part of the fabric that «ei.s ! the .stronger sun nt the bottom of i the window. Baby buggy wheels make awful tracks no the rug when you wheel | indoors on a wet day. Try carryin< ! four biff refrigerator covers in the j bin of the biiRffy. When you comr j indoors, pop them on the wheels ' Neat, .slipcovering. If you like to* comfort of flannel pajamas but don't want to sacrifice looks for comfort, have a pair In bright red with th« top cut like A man's ahirt and bound in white. Nice mixture of practicality and glamor for frosty evenings is found In the white wool knit glove edged in gold crocM a*tf ip»U*»4 with GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk SATURDAY ONLY. Double Feature SECRET OF THE WCAS, . TECMA//COLOR ROBERT MOOLE THOMAS VM MITCHELL' •••"•••• SUMAC JANET LEIGH- SID ...FRtO CLARK-SHtBK NORTH ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY & MONDAY PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS The luncheon table was centered [ individual tables, and arrangeme: with a long arrangement of white ; of fruit were placed about the enter- chrysanthemums. j laining rooms Thursday when Mrs. The business session 'was con-: George Hubbard. Jr., was hostess to ducted by the president, Mrs. Ches- Kibitzer Club. ' ter Caldwell. ; Mrs.. James Lee Brooks was a Ms R A. Nelson, program lead-1 guest of the club. er, in carrying out the .year's pro-! Mrs. Ross Hughes and Mrs. Rob- irram theme of "New? Stand." | ert McHaney .were high scorers in chose as her topic for the afternoon : games, i ;hc magazine, "Holiday." j On al arge map of the United \/ /^" j ~^_ j . I . V_ 11 ^ I Has Meeting J. O. Y. Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. James Hampton Thursday night; Dismissed: At the Hospitals BIytheville Hospital Dismissed: Lela Jones, Tomato Mrs. E. J. Tankersley and baby, city Fred Bourland. Manila Floyd Green, Huffman Mrs. Lillian Ma this, city Chickasawha Hospital Dismissed: Ben' Hickey. Jr., city Archie Barry, city Mrs. Freddy Joe Robert, city Phylls Gail Douglas, city Veda Foster. Manila Billy Kirkpatrick. Cooter Brenda Crews, city Mrs. L. W. Zahner, Steel* Bobby Bratton, city Walls Hospital ' with six members and one visitor. | j Mrs. Obie Hilton, present. I Mrs. Hampton led die opening i prayer wirh Mrs. Roy Sdiuhart con- Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., entertain-! ducting the business session. iSates she had traced routes of | ed LaFinesse 'club' at her hpme trips made by various members of the chapter this past summer. Interesting highlights of these trips were told by the travelers. The program, ended with sn informal discussion on ''Holiday." •inning fourth. j -• *• ,/ 7 /"> , In the game played Thursday, Mr. i ly]iQntul\ \jliCSt .olpson and Bernard Gooch won j _/ Day Held at Country Club R first place with second place going '. to Mrs. Don Edwards and Tom' Callis. Harvester Class Has Social, Election yesterday, with three guests. Mrs. Newton \Vhitis. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr.. and Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., present.' The hostess used shades of chrysanthemums to decorate her home for the dessert-bridge. Mrs. Jack Webb won high in the games and Mrs. Foster second high. The Hampto program was given by Mrs. on and Mrs. Paul McDaniel. ' Mrs. James Cole, city Mrs. Everett Keith, city Mrs. Agnes Copeland, Steel* Conzata Spates, city N r ed Walters, city Steven Young. Steele Mrs. Mary Ashlock, city A harvest and Halloween motif Mrs. Arthur Vance won high, Mrs. Loy Welch, second high, and Mrs. Russell C. Farr, bridgo, when Friday Contract Club met at the home of Mrs. Welch yesterday. Guests of the club > were Mrs. S. C. Owens and Mrs. Vance. Roses from the hostess's garden were used to decorate the home Re- was combined t o decorate the I freshments were served during the the Girl's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church were recognized : -.--j- j -\T7"+.U for their achievements of the past year, i rlOllOf CCl W Itil '\ Dessert-Bridge Harvester Class of First Church of the Nazarene held its monthly social in assembly hall of Chickasaw Courts last night. The affair was a chili supper. Following supper, a business session, presided over by Mrs. J. Louis Emmert, class teacher, was conducted. At this time class officers were elected. They are Mrs. Etirl Knip-1 Meyer, Mrs. W. pie, president; Mrs. Bill Gann. j Mrs. E. B, Gee. vice-president; Mrs. Millard Hooper, secretary and reporter: Mrs. Ira Gaines and Bil Howard, flowrr fund committee: Mrs. John Gram and Mrs. Charles Gaines, social committee. Following this election, the remainder of the evening was spent informally. Country Club Thursday when ladies of the club held their monthly guest day. Bouquets of giant yellow and afternoon. A harvest theme was used at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard yes- brown chrysanthemums were j terday when she entertained Friday placed about the club rooms with i club members and three guests, the mantel being effectively deco- j Those guests were Mrs. Max Lo- rated with black cats and colored | gan . Mrs. Phillip Deal and Mrs. B. corn. , ' The door prizes were gaily wrapped in black and yellow. Those priezs were won by Mrs. John W. J. Pollard and ! B.. Goodman. ! Mrs, Oscar Fendler and Mrs. I gan were bridge winners. LO- Along with ladies day, Mrs. Harry W. Haines entertained Mid-Week Club nd had as guests Mrs. Ann Morrow and Mrs. J. E. Dicks. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. H. H. Houchins won high scores in bridge games. Mrs. B. B. Goodman also entertained her bridge club from Steele. ! Hostesses for the regular month- E(z£ yolks will beat better and] ly event were Mrs. J. A. Leech, combine more easily with a hot! Sirs. Harry Kirby, Mrs, Gean At- mixture, if one teaspoonful of wa- j kinson. Mrs. Dicks and Mrs. Auter is added to them. ' brey Conway. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rilz It Ro.\7 Program Announcements $125 SUNDAY $125 OINNER 1 APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Roast Leg of Lamb, Mint Jelly Golden Drown Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy Baked Stuffed Pork Chops CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Early June Peas fluttered Rroccoli Spears Corn O'Brien Potatoes in Cream Sau« Salad Congealed Fruit Salad Dessert Apple Cobbler Serving Home Made Hot Rolli RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Box Office Opens 6:45 SHow Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature \OFROBWSON Released thro United Artists -AND— GUY ANDY MADISON DEVINE Trouh/e ALSO CARTOON "BLUE PLATE" SUNDAY ?• MONDAY Find your name in our ad and be our LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature IT COULD ONLY HAPPEN IN TEXAS ! ...The fabulou* »tory of the most amazing people In America to day I THELMA RITTER Cartoon "Child Sockology" Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 7 SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature , . ' . e«Kl, Mllirttl HIM »« Itlui. 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