The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 26, 1955
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEB NEWS - Society News - . • «j.n«w., e™.i«rv RHitnr • Phone Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor 3-4461 Miss Dixie Killian Complimented With Party at Saliba Home Miss Dixie Killian was honored with a late afternoon oartv yesterday when Mrs. Fred S. Saliba and Mrs. Harold Doyle entertained at the Saliba home from 4 to 6 p.m. through Doyle Receiving rooms of the home were decorated with . striking arrangements of fall flowers. Reflecting in a mirror above the fireplace was a brass container filled with gold and yellow chrysanthemums and pom-poms. A China vase holding whit chrysanthemums was placed on the piano with the marble topped coffee table holding a silver footed pink crystal bowl filled with pink and yellow baby chrysanthemums. Guests were greeted at the door by the.two hostesses, the honoree and her mother, Mrs. Robert Killian. Miss Killian was dressed in a fire red sheath wool. Caught at one side of the dress were red tassels which were caught with a large glittering pin. She wore black accessories and was presented with a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Killian wore a navy blue crepe sheath with a large white bertha collar and white cuffs. Her accessories were in navy blue and 'she was presented a lavender Fugii chrysanthemum corsage which were laced tuberoses. The table centerpiece was formed with pink and white stock accented with pink and deep rose rosebuds. These flowers were placed in a silver footed crystal bowl. A silver basket filled with fruit was placed on one end of the buffet with a silver branched candelabra holding glowing tapers being used on the other end. Those presiding at the refreshment table were Mrs. Leroy Huddleston and Miss Sally Saliba. Mrs. Alex Hill was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Edgar Stacy assisted the hostess. The assistants were presented pink rosebud corsages. In other rooms of the home bouquets of roses, carnations and fall flowers were used. • The hostesses also presented the bride-elect with a gilt in China. Those attending from out-of-town were Mrs. B. B. Osborne. Mrs. H. B. Perkins, Mrs. Charlie Fleeman, Mrs. Jim Cheadle and Mrs. Louis Townsend, all of Manila. Bits of News ti f-^ertonat The Rev. and Mrs. Ben Walden of' Walnut Ridge announce the birth, of a son, their first child, Oct. 2.1 The baby has been named Richard! Leland. Mrs. Wuldcn is the former | Miss Deiflres Penny. Mrs. Troy Mayo underwent surgery yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. She is in Room B-H. Mrs. O. W. McCuKhen and Mrs. E. B. Gee left yesterday by plane for Fort Worth where they will spend this week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sudbury and son Harold Jr., have returned from Abilene. Tex., where they visited their daughter and sister. La Nelle who is a freshman at Abilene Christian College. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McKenzie are the parents of a daughter, their first child, borr Monday night at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Kathleen Joy. Todd Harrison and Mason Day Jr.. are in Memphis to attend a March of Dimes workshop. They will return tomoiTOw. Musical on Foreign Countries Given at Meeting of Orpheus Club A lively musical program on foreign countries was presented last night when Orpheus Club met at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe with Mrs. R. J. Morgan as co-hostess. Mrs. Ralph Berryman was program chairman and music from England, France, Russia, Finland, Czechoslovakia and Poland was presented either in vocal, choral or instrumental selections. Composers from these countries were discussed along with, those from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Hungary. "John Peal," and "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes," were selections for England. A group of junior high school choral students accompanied by Mrs. J. Wilson Henry presented those two numbers. They were David Seymore, Larry Anderson, Gary Sparks, Jerry Lowe, Billy Boone and Harding Cure. Jerry Lowe was soloist. "The Swan," by Saint Saens and "Claire de Lune," by Debussy were piano solos representing France. Mrs. Berryman and Ralph Nichols were pianists. "Bye O Baby," was the vocal solo for France with Lyn- ite. Bloseck as soloist. Wearing costumes depicting the people of Russia, a group of grade " school children presented "Big Cos- EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Harris are shown at the reception given in their honor following Ihcir marriage Sunday afternoon at Wesley Memorial Methodist Church in Steele. Vows Exchanged in Steele Churc By Patrick Harris, Miss Hudgens STEELE — Wesley Memorial Methodist Church was the scene Sunday of the marriage of Miss Virginia Lee Hudgens daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harbert D. Hudgens of Steele, tc uaug»»n-« w* * „,» _i 11 ..^ r> n ..t;» L r if Kir U if t*io n El Centro. Calif., after spending the arch at the past several months here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson, and Mrs. Clara Davis Patrick F. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Portis Kirby Harris o Holland. greenery formed an were l Upscomb and, Johnn alter. Lighter tapers: Aliovd. side of t he Martin served as candle lighters. Mrs. Hudgens chose for he were used at either arch. Baskets of white gladioli decorated the church for the double daughter's wedding a blue reflectio: while Mrs. Davis' was recuperating : r j ng ceremony performed by the Rev.. nfsx w jth mauve accessories, from major surgery. i Marvin Niblack. corsage was an orchid. •--• • - . i - —.-j v... Tne groom ' S mother was dresse in navy, and her orchid was dee purple. The reception was given In Johnson Auditorium with Mrs. Hubbard Mrs. p" O. Kildow of Iowa Park, j "Nuptial music was presented by Tex., arrived Monday for a two-week ; Charles Johnson. The soloist Sam visit with her daughter, Mrs. Eddie j Wallace, sang "I Love You Truly" ' " Saliba and family. Roger Sudbury Leads BHS Honor Roll In the honor roll announced this week by W. D. Tommey, High School principal, Roger Sudbury •was the leader for the past six weeks. Other top students were Sandra Foster, Elizabeth Brlster and Gail Brogdon. On the honor roll were Kay Jobe, Susan Huffman, Marcile Taylor, Sandra Yatcs. Glen Ray Thomas, Marvin Zellner; Phillip Cobb. Billy Ray Daniels, Emily Damon, Leslie Borowsky, Lue Owens, Glenn Ladd. Nelia Woods, Ben Harpole, Jimmy Young, Bill Wyatt; Joyce Arensmier, Herbert Lovelace. Charles Wise, Judy Sanford, Pat Brown, Bobby Jayroe. Johnle Lou Johnson. Bob Byrne, Billy Caldwelt, Susan Moore; Pearlie Hartsfield, Joyce Ingram. Anice Chandler, Cecil Aycock. Don ] Byrne, Morris Breckwell, Betty ' Collier, Clyde Kapp, Sue Owens, Melta Saliba; Kay Henderson, Lawrence Williams, Eva Lee Graves, Jimmy Johnston, Johnny Stovall, Mary Jane White, Donna Sue King, Peggy Rowe, Mary Jane Seymore Brenda Holland; Sudle Abbott, Jlmmfe Haynes. Sally McCutchen, Danny Petty, Glenda Poetz, Barbara Dunliip, June Homer, Edward Wimberly. Dick Foster, Geraldine Baker; Carol Blakemore, Nicky Weedman, Jimmy Earls, Jerry Lutz, John Nelson, Shelba Roberts, Elaine Emmert. Martha Hart, Bobby Jones, Ginger Birchficld. Those making honorable mention were Jeanetta McFarland, Billy Ross, Molly Joe Beasley, Edwin Cure, Syble Ray, Carolyn Crafton, Martha Bartholomew, Steve McGuire, Rosemary Snow, Don Copeland; Lowell Herron, Taylor Francis. Horace Brecknell, Delores Pruitt, Mary Beth Marr, Virginia Richardson, Judy Middleton, Nan Miller, Jimmy Bratcher, Syble Quails; Beth Johnson, Freddy Akers, Marilyn Baker, Beth Leasure, Martha Huddleston, Gena Gaines, Deenya Blankenship, Sandra Jarrett, Anita Forsythe, Don Coleman; Ellen Garner, Jeanette Cobb, Rae Scott, Fred Hardaway, Ed Moore, George Ann Byrd, Loretta McAdams, Pat Wllllngham, David Moody, Bob Robertson. Duck, Little Duck," and the sacks." Those children were Jimmy Edwards, Larry Greene. Johnny Newsom, Beverly Ann Clark, Carolyn Marshall, Judy Courtland, John j Bruton and Carl Lay ( Jr. A piano solo, "Kamennoi-Os- trow," by Korsakov, was given by Mrs. C. Murray Smart. For Finland, Mrs. Lowe played "Valse Triste," by Sibelius. "Songs My Mother Taught Me," by Dvorak, was the vocal solo for Czechoslovakia. Mrs. Loyd Owen was soloist with Mrs. Smart serving a.s accompanist. Hungarian music was represented with a piano solo, "Premier Ballade," by Chopin. Mr. Nichols was pianist, Following the program, Mr. Nichols gave a report on his trip to Egyptian Music Camp this summer. He was sponsored at the camp by the Orpheus Club. Mrs. F. L. Reed, president, conducted the business session at which time Mrs. W. E. Hendrix, secretary, called the roll and read minutes of the last meeting. Preceding the program repeating of the Collect opened the meeting and Mrs. Joe Goodman gave a discussion on the hymn of the month, "Where Cross the Crowded Ways of Life," after which the group sang the song. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Martha Bloseck, Mrs. John Burnett and Miss Millie Ann Mallory. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served during the social hour j^ -I \JSCCOl3. v^w Resident Weds H. Robbins setting for the Wedding Saturday j morning at 11:30 of Miss Janet King, a former Osceola resident, and Hillman Robbins, Jr., both of Memphis. Mrs. Robibns is the daughter of Mrs. Carl Marcus Jacobson and John Clinton King, Jr., of Memphis. Mr. Robbins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hillman Robbins, Sr., also of Memphis. The Rev. W. D. Brown officiated at the quiet wedding. The bride chose for her wedding a Jablow original suit in blue-gray flannel and a -satin hat to match. She carried a mother-of-pearl Bible, a gift from an aunt, Mrs. Victor S. Gherson of Ankara, Turkey. The bride also carried a traditional wedding handkerchief, a gift from the bride's -first grade teacher. Miss Blanche Cleere, of Osceola. Miss Carmen Poltras of Osceola served as the only feminine attendant. Mr. Robbins, Sr., was his son's best man. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson entertained 125 guests at a brunch at the Nineteenth Century Club. Those who attended from Osceola were Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Smith, grandparents of the bride, and Mrs. Bob Reidy. The bride and groom left by plane later in the afternoon for Mexico City where Mr. Robbins will participate in .a golf tournament. Upon their return they Will live in Memphis. i and "The Lord's Prayer". The bride, given in marriage by Bernard Gooch, Oscar Hardaway Bridge Winners Bernard Gooch and Oscar. Hardaway with 58 points were winners of the six-table Howell movement played last night by Country Club Bridge League. Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Henry Humphreys were second with 54'i: points. There was a tie for third place between Mrs. Rusell Phillips. Mrs. P. E. Black, Mrs. C. W. Afllick and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris who all had 51 points. The regular meeting of the Country Club Bridge League next week will be held at Hotel Noble in cooperation with the Beta Sigma Phi sorority benefit bridge-canasta party. Number Nine WMU Has Mission Study "Come Women. Wide Proclaim. ' was the mission program given at Number Nine Baptist Women's Mi."ionary Union Monday afternoon. Mrs. C. L. Bell, served as program leader with Mrs. Cliffie Johnson, Mrs. Marvin Hartin, Mrs. Clyde McCord and Mrs. Bob Stovall assisting her. A decorated basket of fruit was assembled at the conclusion of the program and taken by the group to Mrs. G. J. Whittle, a member, who is convalescing at her home. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1958 ~—••••'• Trip to Museum, Memorial Hour, Banquet Open UDC Convention A tnp to the Nodena Museum, a Memorial Hour and a six o'clock banquet were events yesterday marking he open- tag day of the Arkansas Division of United Daughters 6on- tederacy Convention which began here yesterday at Hotel Noble. Following registration, the •group presidents and honorary division left in a motorcade for the Mound Builders .Museum at Nodena with Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hampson anJ daughter Dixie Durham and Mrs. Gene Buchanan as hosts. !her father wore a full scalloped an- L. evn, sser o e 'kle length gown of white Chantilly | a nd Mrs. Garvis Martin, Methvin, sister of the bridegrom, aunt of ., satin:- Her viel fell from me bride, at the reception table. a cap of matching lace tulle out- Miss Lavada Dunivan presided at ' ' the guest book. The bride and groom will visit southern points on their wedding trip. lined with pearls. She carried white Bible topped with an orchid and tuberoses. Miss Patty- Viar served as maid brides maids. Jackie and Becky Wells acted as Junior brides maids. Raspberry crystalette fashioned their gowns and they wore pink velvet flat hair bows to which tiny pearl studded viels were attached. They carried fan shaped bouquets of pink carnations and pink tinted tuberoses. Linda and Glenda McCutcheon were flower girls in pale green net. Glenda and Tommy McCutcheon were ring bearers in white crystal- ete and navy. Barton Harris, brother of the groom, served as best man. Ushers Joy Class Has Halloween Party Joy Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church was entertained with a Halloween party at the home of Mrs. Clarence Johnson last niEht. Seven members and one guest, Miss Nancy Cupples, were present. During the evening party foods were served by the hostess. She was assisted by Sandra Dougherty. Dell Circle Has Meeting At Church Jewel Abernathy Circle of Dell Women's Missionary Union met at the church Monday afternoon with nine members and one new member, Mrs. Jesse Holcomb, present. Mrs. Dave Keltner gave the,devotional and opening prayer. Mrs. J. A. Hardin taught the first two chapters of the mission book, "World within a World." Mrs. Keltner, circle chairman. conducted the business session with Mrs. E. H. Prewett giving the dismissal prayer. Esther Circle Has Meeting Esther Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Georgia .Hodge with eight members and two visitors present. Mrs. Edna Coleman led opening with Mrs. Hazel Preston teachlLj the mission study. Mrs. prayer Jack Rushing dismissed the group At the Hospitals Blytherllle Hodpltal Dismissed: Mrs. Nannie Jones, Manila. Chickwwbt Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charlie Bright, city. Mrs. Beulu Harris, city. Thad Nichol, Little Rock. Robert Taylor, city. Ernest Porter, Hermondale. Mrs. Odle Yarbro, city. Mrs. Ocne Here*, city, Mrs Willtam Ltd* tad ba*y, Kennett. Clyde BOOM, city. A thi yaunf point of view in shati AI- FOOLER trie little date lieel tliat loolcs nigH Smart, pretty you-on a little heel that's on the square . . . beautifully poised on a pump detailed for fashion. 95 $J I *. SONS i SM o e s • 100% IMPORTED CASHMERE COATS ... At Feinbergs! The ultimate in coat luxury! 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Mrs. Loyd Owen sang "Why Do I Love You." and "Only a Rose," ac- by Mrs. C. Murray Sniart. After the banquet the convention was called to order by the local convention chairman, Mrs. Gean Atkinson. Blytheville High School Band under "the direction of Robert Lipscomb plaved "Sequoia," a march composed by Mrs. Henderson Hall. Mayor E. R. Jackson welcomed the delegates for the city of Blytheville and Mrs. J. W. Miter for th» host chapters. "My Hero," was sung by Mrs. Gloria jernigan accompanied by Mra. D C Fowlston. The address of the evening wa» given by Max B. Reid. Visitation Program Held By Circle Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church with nine present. Mrs. Jack Hushing presided over the meeting with Mrs. Fred Hodge giving the closing prayer. Following the business session the group conducted a visitation program. TYPING NOW! METHOD i «oUi II tail I" TOU "> l " m Earn 510. 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