The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 4, 1956
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PAGE TWO BLTTTOTTLLE (ARK.) OOtTSlER lATtTCDAT, W5BRUAT 1, »W - Society News — ,. A n « \lfillnrv Snripfv Rrlifnr • rut Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phon* 3-4461 Blytheville Social Calendar Filled with Parties, Meetings With the first week in February and the approaching Valentine season, the social calendar of Blytheville this week is a full one. Bits of News Monday, ladies of the churches of Blytheville will be actively engaged in the affairs at the churches. Women's Missionary Union day circles of Trinity Baptist Church Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY A meeting of Chapter 0 PEO will highlight the Wednesday n-ents with the affair to be held at the are scheduled to meet at the I home of Mrs. W Mar on Wuhams. church at 2 p.m. for a business i Mrs. Walker Baker will be co-hos- meetinir with the Mildred Matthew; less for the 1 p.m. luncheon. meeting »un me . .. „_,.__. Brjdge clubs will also meet witn Town and Country Club scheduled to meet with Mrs. Cleo Langstoru Wednesday Night Bridge Club with Mrs. H. C. Sims; TLE Bridge Club with Mrs. Herman Turner and Club Eight with Mrs. Jesse White. THURSDAY On the Thursday's agenda is the Circle to meet with Mrs. Robert McCoy at 7:30 that night. Annie Armstrong Circle meets at 7:30 with Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve. A covered-dish luncheon at 1 p.m. will precede the Women's Missionary Union Service program Monday afternoon at the First Baptist Church. — BWC Eight of that church meets Monday night ai 1:30 with Mrs. Martha Brooks, 806 Moultne Drive with BWC Nine meeting with Mrs. Lucian Gaines at 7:30. Miss Mickey Allen will be hostess to Circle Ten at the church at 7 30. Executive board of Women of thu Presbyterian Church will meet at the church Monday afternoon at I p m. Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church mil have a 1 p.m. luncheon at the church with Circle Four as hos- Mrs. Jack Owen will be hostess to wesleyan Service. Guild at her home, 7:30 p.m. Miss Sunshine Swift will have charge of the devotional with Mrs. Jarnes ""••'• serving as program leader. Woman's Auxiliary of St. vene at the Parish House Monday evening at 7:30. Mrs. Carson Alley will act as hostess. Monday night the County Council of Young Women's Auxiliaries will have its quarterly meeting at Dell Baptist Church beginning at 1:30 At 2 p.m. Monday Gosnell Home Demonstration Club meets with Mrs. Christine Gentry. Altar Society of Immaculate Con- wption Church will hold its monthly meeting in the school hall at 8 p.m. p.m. monthly dance of Club 28 with Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Farr and Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla hosts. The dinner- dance will be held at the Legion Hut. Duplicate Bridge League will convene at Hotel Noble and Altrusa Club will have a dinner-meeting in the Colonial Room of the Ho- At Trinity Baptist Church, Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary will entertain with a sweetheart banquet at 7:30 p.m. Bridge Clubs scheduled to meet that day are Thursday Club with Mrs. Philip Deer; Chillion Club with Mrs. Felix Carney; Emanon Club with Mrs. Nick Powers; La- Nueve Club with Mrs. Coleman Stevens in Osceola and Thursday Con- Mr. and Mrs. Don Coulter, who have been making their home in Jacksonville, Fla.. and are being transferred to Memphis, arrived yesterday for a visit with her moth* r, Mrs. Robert Killian. Garrett Abbott is a patient in Chickafiawba Hospital He is In Room C-5. Also a patient in Chickasawba Hospital is Judge G. W. Barham. Fred Sandefur underwent major surgery this morning at Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr and son, Gary, spent, yesterday in Memphis. Miss Mary Alice _MeW_aters, stu- Woman S Auxiliary ut 01,. o^- leiia in v^tu.a »..« v - phen's Episcopal church will con- tract Club with Mrs. Henry Hum- TUESDAY On Tuesday bridge clubs will conduct their weekly games with Tri- Town Club scheduled to meet with Mrs. Gene Teaford in Osceola; CIB Bridge Club with Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., and Tuesday Bridge Club with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. The three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi also meet Tuesday evening at 7:30. Mrs. Eloise Nicholson will ejjtertain Alpha Alpha Chapter with Mrs. Elwood Deen entertaining Alpha Delta chapter at Hotel Noble. Exemplar Chapter will meet at the home of Mrs. J. D. Davis. Country Club Bridge League will hold its weekly meeting at the club. A film on "The Story of Modern Roses," will be shown at the monthly meeting of Eastside Garden Club when it meets at the home of Mrs. Dave Abbott with Mrs. Ed Gotcher RS co-hostess. Mrs. Clyde Lutes will be the honored member when YM Birthday Club is entertained at the home Jf Mrs. Clayton Holder and the NCO Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force phreys. Woman's Club Meeunj On Friday, Woman's Club will have a 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon followed by a program on interior decorating by John Conners from Goldsmiths in Memphis. Mrs. H. C. Bush will serve as chairman of the hostesses. Friday night at 9 p.m. members of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi are entertaining their husbands, dates and guests with a. Valentine Dance in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble. Parties on Saturday Saturday night, young people of First Baptist Church will be entertained with a sweetheart banquet in the. church dining room at 7:30 p.m. The banquet will be a formal at- fair with a prop-am to be presented by a group of people from Jones- bora on "Love Through the Ages.' This program will depict how love from the cave age until the present time. Mr. .and Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lanham will be hosts to Variety Club members at Hotel Noble and Saturday afternoon Duplicate Bridge League will play at the Hotel. Weddings. Sunday On Sunday Miss Sandra Long will become the bride of Pat Smothermon at First Methodist Church, 2:30 p.m. and that evening at First Christian Church, 7:30. Miss Max- tha Nichols and Lt. Thomas P Cooke of Marvell will be united in marriage. wi.ra L/.UU ui D..JI..V,...,. ..- »-.*-, Navy blue gets black accessories Base will meet at the NCO mess [for fall and winter. Use garnet or hall at 7 p.m. emerald green for a flash of color Rainbow Girls will meet at the in hat or jewelry. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Osceola Baptist Groups Have Meetings and Receive Awards "The Tribes Go Up," a textbook of missionary work done by Southern Baptists among 40 tribes of Indians in nine states and Panama, was taught by Mrs. R. H. Jones in an all- day class at First Baptist Church in Osceola Monday. dent at Ole Miss, is the weekend guest of her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr. She has as her houseguest, Miss Betty Banks of Hernando, Miss. Mrs. G. O. Poetz and children Glenda Lee and Ronnie, along with Barbara Dale Dunlap, are spending the weekend in Memphis. Among students home from University of Mississippi are Pat Partlow, Max Hill, Monya Blankenship and Jimmy Weidman. Misses Patsy Yarbro and Sherry Sparks, students at Arkansas State, are spending the weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yarbro and Mr. »nd Mrs. John Sparks. Dr. and Mrs. J. Troy Payne are the parents of a daughter born last night at Walls Hospital. The baby, who has been named Vera Louise, has a 20-month-old brother, Bratt Bruce. Martha Rose To create an appropriate setting and atmosphere. Mrs. Searcy Mears, president of Woman's Missionary Union, arranged a forest scene on the altar table of miniature Indian Atolls, drums, canoes and tepees, secured on a recent trip through the West in which she visited trading posts. Tepees centered the luncheon tables in the dining room and Indian post cards served as place cards. Posters, maps and books on Indians were also used in decorating the auditorium. Mrs. John Edrington was a special guest for the day and sang two Indian solos: "Far Off I Hear a Lover's Flute" and. "The White Dawn Is Stealing." Mrs. Fred Crockett, also a guest, I told something of Princess Sky Eyes, radio and television personality of Chicago, who visited her at Cherokee Village at Hardy last summer. Of interest among the books exhibited was the volume, "Jonathan Mayhew. Patriarch to the Indians," telling of the pioneer missionary work among the Indians of New England. The Rev. Mayhew, who was the paternal ancestor of Mrs. A. E. Teaford of Osceola, established the first Protestant mission for Indians in this hemisphere on Martha's Vineyard in 1643. He was given a grant from the King of England to Martha's Vineyard and Elizabeth Isle, islands off the Massachusetts coast. Among those taking part in the day's discussion were Mrs. A. E. Thome, Mr,s. C. E. Dean, Mrs. D. A. Slier, Mrs. Roy Cox, Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. I. S. Burton and Mrs. J. S. McCants. Because of illness. Mead, who has | Mrs. J. B. Strickling's written biog- Manna ttose .vieaa, wno nat. _ . .- j,, . „ a. been confined to her home for the raphy of the Cherokee educator, Se- past week due to an ear infection, 1"°?**- »' as read *° the clas5 ' past week is now able to be out. Mrs. G. G. Saliba is seriously ill at her home on Vine Street. Twin daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Goetz of San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 2. The babies have a sister, Deme, age three. The mother It the former Doris June Wadley of Blytheville. Miss Virginia Florida, vice-president of the Gleaners Sunday School class of First Baptist Church in Osceola. was hostess to the class Thursday night at her home. "I Believe in Prayer" was used as the subject of her devotional by Mrs. C. E. Dean. A discussion of the origin and history of the Jordan River entitled, "Where Jesus Walked was given by Mrs. V. G. Mann. Mrs. Roy Dillard. associate superintendent of the adult department number two, gave a report of the Rogers, class president, heard reports of the officers and group leaders during the business session. Miss Florida was assisted In receiving and serving by her sister- in-laws, Mrs. George Florida «nd Mrs. James Florida. Because of tile intensive training program carried put at First Baptist Church in Osceola during the past flve years. In which approximately 1000 awards and diplomas have been earned by officers and teachers of the Sunday School and Training Union, the pastor. Dr. Percy F. Herring, was invited to First Baptist church in Paragould last Thursday night as guest speaker at the Greene County Associational Sunday School Conference to explain details of a progressive training program. : According to J. B. Strickling, superintendent of the Osceola Sunday School, two departments, the Beginner and Nursery, have attained recognition from the Southern Baptist Sunday School Board as standard departments. Four adult classes, taught respectively by Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood, Mrs. Elsie Edrington, Mrs. Jettie'Driver and Mrs. R. H. Jones, have received standard diplomas for work in 1955. Mrs. Charlsie Little is teaching a study class this week in Nursery Supervision for officers, teachers, and parents of nursery-age children. BAFB Officers Wives Glub Has Coffee Newcomers to the Officers Wives Club of Blythevllle, Air Force Base were complimented yesterday morning with « coffee at the home of Mrs. Harriett Connor on Parkway Drive. Mrs. John Hutchison is chairman in charge of newcomers and her assistants are Mrs. Robert Claypool and Mrs. Richard Ahramouricz. Party foods were served from a table on which stood a red Valentine heart filled with white pompoms. Red tapers were used on'eith- er side of the heart. Mrs. Cure Gives Program at Chapter N PEO Mrs. E. J. Cure gave a program on "Hie Revolt of American Women,, yesterday when Mrs. Freeman Robinson was hostess to Chapter Armorel HD Club Has I progress during the fall quarter, Pnt" I lf~K I inrnPnn stating that there were 11 new mem- rUMU^rv l_Uf l(_l 1CUI I bers bringlng the tokal to 124. Mrs. J. S. McCants. assistant teacher of the class, led a round table of current events. Mrs. Bryan Dessert - Bridges Given for Friday Clubs . Dessert-bridges were held yesterday when Friday bridge clubs met. • Friday CSub played at the home of Mrs. Bob Logan with all members present. Mrs. Farris McCalla won high in the games. Mrs. R. A. Porter, second high, and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, bridgo. A Valentine motif iwas used in decorations and the dessert course served. Osceola Garden Club Has Meeting •The Flowers, Trees and Shrubs of the Bible" was the subject used by Mrs. W. 0. Scroggins for the January meeting of the Osceola Progressive Garden Club in the home of Mrs. D. S, Laney on Tuesday atfernoon. Mrs. V. G. Mann led the Club Prayer after which roll call was answered with the member's favorite or most successful- house plant. A special feature of the program was the solo, "Trees," sung by Mrs. John W. Edrlngton, secretary of the club. Four arrangements were exhibited by members. They were by Mrs. Robert Bailey, two by Mrs. Ed Alder, and one of fruit and artificial grapes in a silver bowl used on the dining table, by Mrs. Laney. Mrs. Bailey wore a winter corsage of wood roses made during her correspondence course in corsage craft with the Glad Reusch School of Corsage Design in St. N PEO members. | As temporary chairman, Mrs. ' Alvin Huffman, Jr., presided over the business session. In the social hour the hostess served a dessert course from a table decorated in the Valentine motif with the centerpiece being formed with red and white flowers flanked by red tapers. Mrs. siegbert Jiedel, Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs. Arthur Vance were guests of Friday Contract Club when the club met at the home of Mrs. Doyle Henderson. The hostess used red gladioli in entertaining rooms for the dessert- bridge. Bridge winners were Mrs. G. O. Poetz, high and bridgo, and Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker, second high. . Mrs. Hank Dodd entertained Vendredi Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. p. Reves, last night with a dessert-bridge. Winning high scores were Mrs. Bob Metcalfe and Mrs. Bob Huff with bridgo going to Mrs. Dick • Shanks. Armorel Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Prances Davis Thursday for a potluck luncheon and business meeting. Twelve members and six guests were in attendance. Mrs. Peggy Buchanan gave the devotional with Mrs. Weldon McCann leading the opening prayer. The business session was in charge of Mrs. W. O. Anderson. In games and contests conducted Mrs. W. L. Smith and Mrs. Pat Patterson were winners. The next meeting will be a workshop, Feb. 16, at the Forty and Eight Community Center. Picture frames and straw bags and hats will be made at this workshop. .Tweed Is dressy this year. If 1 you've a tweed skirt with a fleck of \ vivid color in it, pick up that color | in a linen blouse or a sweater. At the Hospitals Biythevine Hospital Dismissed: John Wisdom, city Mrs. J. D. Hopper, city Mrs. Preston Lawrence and baby, Rt. 1, city E. L. Jones, city Mrs. Bertie Wood, city Danny Ashmor*, Armorel Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Malcolm Greenway. Jr., city- Mrs. L. G. Nash, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jewel Alexander, Steele Eugene Stevens, city Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre! TONIGHT 10:30 p.m. SUNDAY and MONDAY A LADV...till the fighting slc;rled...lh6n...WHATAV.OMANI III MI nl IW1S P MM «- CLAUDET1E COLBERT BARRY SULUVAN JWWSCOPI — r —..-,. '*- TICHMICOLOK Dr MlK-KMtf MLCnT-iMw.jufMHi.nMH $125 SUNDAY $125 DINNER 1 1 APPETIZERS Fresh Homemade Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juic« ENTREE Roast Prime Rib of Beef with Gravy Chicken Fried Smothered Steak Baked Stuffed Pork Chops CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Corn O'Brien Early June Peas Snowflake Potatoes Buttered Asparagus Spears SALAD Peach and Cottage Cheest Salad DESSERT Apple Cobbler By Popular Request of Our Customers! Again This Sunday — 1 Day Only Two Pieces Choice Chicken 50 -. (Breasti-Legs-Thighs) C SERVED WITH SALAD and FRENCH FRIES Best Fried Chicken Served Anywhere RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN llytheyille'i Mo*t Popular Eating Place Wool slacks come in short, medium and tall proportions now. They come with adjustable waistbands, are cut on slim and tapered lines. Newly Organized Beacon GMA Has Meeting The newly organized Girl's Missionary Auxiliary of Beacon Baptist Church met last night at the home of their counselor, Mrs. Laverne Owens, with four members and two visitors, Susie Lucas and Linda Nelson, present. Allene McDay led opening prayer ^Petersburg, FIB., trom ha? recently received a certificate of accomplishment. The certificate was given to Mrs. Lee Wesson, scrapbook chairman, to enter in the club's scrapbook. As garden therapy chairman, Mrs. Bniley also reported work done during the Christmas season by members of the Junior Garden club of 20 girls, including making holiday favors with mesages for each patient's tray at Osceola Me| morial Hospital. The girls will make dish gardens during February Mrs. Richard Fletcher, library chairman, exhibited and empha^ sized the reading of the three books necessary in preparaUon for the Flower Show School to be held in May. Mrs. Bruce Ivy, chairman of arrangements for the .three-day school, stated that it would be open to all persons in Mississippi county and neighboring towns interested in horticulture and flower arrangement. Anyone desiring to do so, may take the written examinations on the third day for accreditation. Mrs. Robert Chiles, treasurer and Mrs. D. S, Laney, chairman of budget and finance, made reports, Mr». R. H. Jones, club president, presided during the business session. Sharing hostess honors with Mrs. Laney were Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, Mrs. Jesse Cramer and Mrs. Charles Hale who served a dessert course before the meeting. Tuesday Night Bridge Club Honors Miss Long Tuesday Night Bridge Club thli week complimented Miss Sandra Long with * dinner party at the home of Mrs. Eddie Sallba. Miss Long's mother, Mrs. Toby Long, is a member of this club. Guests were seated at the dining: table which held a centerpiece .ot fruit. Special guests were Mrs. Jim Smothermon and Miss Toby Ann Long. The honoree received a bridal corsage of white hyacinths and a silver tray from her hostesses. In bridge games played following dinner Mrs. Elbert Huffman won high score, Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, second high, and Mrs. Ben Harpole, bridgo. Mrs. McDaniel Hostess to J. 0. YrCircle Belts, for a plain, trim dress are fancy this fall. Trimmed with four rhlnestones both big and little. preceding the lesson, 'Sins of Adam and EVP," taught by Martha Jones. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Owens. MOX THEATRE On W. 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Mrs. LaVeme Owen, Mrs James Hampton, Mrs. McDaniel and Mrs. Billy Clay. .Mrs. Homer Porter opened the program with prayer and Mrs. Hampton gave the devotional. Mrs. Owen and Mrs. Clay gave the dismissal prayers. Progress Report Given By'GosnellGA's A progress report on the Por- war Steps was given last night by members of Gosnell Baptist Girls' Auxiliary when members convened at the church. Miss Betty Guthrle. vice-president, was in charge of the business session. Following repeating of the watchword, Diane Baker, Miss Guthrie and ,Mrs. Gene Schultz gave the program. Closing prayer was led by th« vice-president after which Mn. Schuitz served refreshments. , Read Courier News Classified Ad«. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature •*M WAItNOt BUO*. 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