The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 6, 1956
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PAGE TWO BLTTHIYILLB (ARK.) CWRIER 1OW1 Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News - llnrv firu-ifltv Editor * Phont 3-4461 Bits of News C. E. Edds is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. He is not allowed vo have visitors. Miss AHene Wimberly. student at Southwestern, spent the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. Mr. and Mrs. James Wimberly and son of Jonesboro spent the weekend here visiting their par- nti> Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp. Miss Pat Scott, student at Memphis State, was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. a-Monoa spent the Mississippi visiting OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* N«il* Starr The Rev. and Mrs. Garland C. Taylor of Marianna, former Osce- ole residents, Tuesday. isited- friends here Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf have returned from several days in Blloxi, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Max Stewart and family spent Sunday In Jonesboro with her parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. B. a. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Duclos and his sister, Miss Rosalie Duclos, of Blythevilie left Thursday for Chicago to visit his brothers, W. C. and Frank Duclos. They will also visit his sister, Mrs. G. Gowen, In Young returned St. Louis. Mrs. L. C. B. Mln Fern' TKylor Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray Golden Wedding Anniversary Is Celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Gray Approximately 1.50 guests called between,3 and 5 yesterday afternoon to offer congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marion Gray on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. Receiving rooms were a profusion of yellow roses in brass containers and a floor basket of giant yellow and bronze chrysanthemums stood by the newel post. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gray ot Dothan, Ala., greeted guests at tne door. Mrs. Gray wore a spring print of periwinkle blue featuring a bateau neckline and corsage of yellow roses with gold leaves. Mrs. Charles Marion Gray received in a cape dress of navy Tonkin with touches of white at the neckline. Her corsage was of yellow roses. The tea table -was covered with taffeta overlaid with a yellow ruffled net cloth held at each corner Coming Events TUESDAY Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Gene Teaford in Osceola. CTB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Alpha Alpha Chatper Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Eloise Nicholson. Alpha Delta Chapter at Hotel Noble with Mrs. Elwood Deen as hostess. Exempler Chapter with Mrs. J. D. Davis. Eastside Garden Club meeting at home of Mrs. Dave Abbott with Mrs. Ed Gotcher as co-hostess. NCO Wives Club meeting at NCO mess hall, 7 p.m. Rainbow Girls meet at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Legionnaires and Auxiliary members having joint meeting at Legion Hut, 8 p.m. A program on civil le- lense will be presented at that time with all Legionnaires .their wives by large yellow satin lace bows. yellow roses accented by acasia and gold leather leaves formed the centerpiece. On either side yellow tapers burned in crystal candelabra which were encircled with gold lacelon and wedding bells. The buffet held a large arrangement of white chrysanthemums and gilded magnolia leaves. Party foods of punch, individually iced cake orated with Scon. — Miss — ^ weekend relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gray and I sons Charles and Paul returned this morning to their home in Do- ihan. Ala., after several days here with Mr. Gray's parents, ^Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray They came especially for the Gray's golden wed- dign anniversary celebration yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stancil of Earle are visiting their son, Bill Stancil, and Mrs. Stancil. Mr. and Mrs. George -Campbell and children of Chaffee. Mo., spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Mrs. Waddy Moore, m, and daugther of Bell Buckle, Term., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard spenr the weekend in Memphis with their son, Joe Evrard, and family. They went especially to return their granddaughter, Diana, who had spent the past two weeks here. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and children Norbert and Manya spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mrs. Effie May attei services ot Carl Whi way yesterday afternoon. nuts and mints dec- wedding bells were served to the guests during the afternoon by Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mrs E. M. Huffman, Mrs. Caroll Blakemore. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mrs. Parrls McCalla, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. D. B. Mcllwain and Mrs Harvey Kidd. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty and Mrs. Leslie Hooper had charge of the guest book. All of the assistants wore corsages of yellow roaes. Out-of-town guests who callec were Mrs. Arch Gray of Rector, Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Bassett, Mrs. Joe Miller of Joiner and Mrs. J: L. Thompson. Sr., and Mrs. Mildred Updyoke of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Gray have :nade ther ihome in Blythevilie since 1915 They were married in 1906 at Tyler, Mo., where Mrs. Gray was teaching school and he was farming. Mr. and Mrs. Gray are b6th active in the work of First Presbyterian Church where Mrs. Gray serves as president o£ Women of the church. Emanon Club meets with Mrs Nick Powers. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs Coleman Stevens in Osceola. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Homemakers Class of First Baptist church having social at home 1 Brown, 1128 North FRIDAY Woman's Club having 1 p.m and Auxiliary members urged to at- j ° { Mrs. tend. ' p ' ' WEDNESDAY Chapted D PEO meeting at home j o! Mrs. W. Marion Williams for 11 covered-dish luncheon followed by p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Walker Baker I program on interior decorating will be co-hostess. | with John Conners of Memphis as Town and Country Club meeting' speaker. ' with Mrs. Cleo Langston. j Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi having Valentine Dance at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Farris McCalla. Married Young People's Depart- Peggy Named Campus Favorite at MSC Peggy Taylor, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Roe of Blythevilie. was recently elected a campus favorite by the freshman class at Mississippi Southern College, Hattiesburg, Miss. Miss Taylor, a 1955 graduate 01 Blftherille High School, is seeking a bachelor of science degree in business education at the college. She also has been selected as vocalist for the Gold Notes, the campus orchestra. While in high school here, she was a cheerleader. P. P. A. Sweetheart and won the Daughter 01 American Revolution Good Citizenship award. Wheeler was the father of Charles Wildy of Blythevilie and Etpwah. Among others from here in Caraway for the funeral services were Mrs. Louis Zeller, Miss Diana Zeller, the Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Pomeroy, Harold Knopp. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Parks and Mrs. Herman Hoffmann. Miss Juanita Overman, student Valentine 11 Bottom and | ~\f nt lf J T ra J s,t tended funeral! 1 VlOtlT US(M ftl Leeler in Cara- -/•University Club Mr. Mrs. j A Valentine motif was used in decorating Hotel Noble dining room Saturday night for the University Club dance when approximately 100 members and guests attended the affair. A midnight buffet supper was served with silver appointments and a' George .Peabody College in j a centerpiece of hearts, cupids, red Nashville, Tenn., spent the week- being roses and white pom-poms end here with her sisters, Mrs. | usect on the table. Leon Jones and Misses Cliffie and Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bernice Overman. Davis Mr and Mrs. T. A. Wood- Dick Williams of New York i VHrd iln and Mrs . j. p. sweat -spent the past week here visiting | Ml . and Mrs , Kemp Whisenhun:, his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams. He had as his houseguest Lee Morreil of Pottsville, Penn., and New York. Mrs. Ora Alexander of Memphis spent the weekend heer with her son, C. S. Alexander, and Mrs. Alexander. Mrs. Loy Welch, who has been a patient, at. Baptist Hospital, is now convalescing at her home, 1411 West Walnut. Bridge League Plays Howell Movement Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitiey, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Raiter and Mr. and.Mrs. T. E. Geeslin Others were Mr. and Mrs. Milce Yates, Louis Lynch. Dick Williams Mr. and Mrs. Danny Roberts of Lepanto. Mrs. and Mrs. Jake Ballon of Wilson. Cullen Dixon of Sikeston Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Thomas »'. Marked Tree and Mr. and Mrs Charles Rose of Roseland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. McKane\. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGraw and Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr.. were hosts for the dance. . . . . home Tuesday from Baptist Hospital where she has been tient for several days. a pa- Mrs. Robert Chiles entertained her Two Table Bridge Club at her Mo ening. Mr». 0. M. Club Boom. Hostesses for this monthly affair were Mrs. Bently Rhodes, chairman, Mrs. John Stout, Mr». W. L. Burns, Mrs. H. L. Woodyard, Mrs.'Jewell Heap, Mrs. Boo Nelson, Mrs. A. F. Catchings, all ol Wilson, and Mrs. John R. Enochs of Osceola. Mrs. W. B. Burket had charge of the program, a panel discussion on American Red Cross. The Valentine motif wa« carried out throughout tne room. The te» table was laid with a red damaslc cloth with the centerpiece being a silver container filled with white carnations. Branched silver candelabra holding white tapers flanked the flower arrangement. Red heart shaped tea cakes were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Bob Nelson presided at the table. Mrs. Nathan Welnberg entertain- Beckham was the only guest. Winners were Mrs. Wish Fletcher high score, and Mrs. J. E. Harrison, second. Mrs. Chiles served dessert course following the games. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor announce the birth of a daughter. Lisa. Rene. Saturday, Jan. 28, at Osceola Memorial Hospital. The Taylor's have two other children, Pam and Jay. Mrs. Julian Fairley and daughters, .Nita and Terry, and Mrs. Dewey Neely and daughter Kerry drove to Trumanri Monday where the little girls attended the fourth birthday party of Ruth Ann Yar- brpugh. Mrs. John T. Rhodes had as her guests Friday her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Johnson, Mr. Johnson and drughter, Andrea. The Johnson family is moving from Newport, Wash., to New Orleans. Wade and Ed Quinn. grandsons of Mrs. Ed Quinn, are spending this week in Osceola. This is the semester holiday at their school, Memphis State College. ^Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Joe Edrington spent the past weekend in Springfield. Mo., attending a Kiwanias meeting. Students home from the University of Arkansas for semester holidays were Carolyn Edrington, Jean Driver Kendrick. W. L. Gil- lesple, Leo, Jack and Alvin Duclos. Mrs. Bob Jones returned to her home in Dumas after a two-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Douglass. The Douglass' twin sons, John and George, left Tuesday to return to their base in Honolulu, Hawaii, where they are stationed wtih the Air Force. They have been on 30-day leave. Miss Jo Nan Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Levada Powell, spent the weekend in Osceola. Jo Nan is a freshman at Lindenwood College in St Charles, Mo. Mrs. Charles Wygul enlertained her bridge club Wednesday night. Mrs. Omar Green and Mrs. Ray Morgan were invited as puests. The hostess served a salad plate Mrs. Morgan won high score in the games that followed and Mrs. Ralph Wilson won second. The Wilson Co-op Club met Thursday afternoon in the Wilson ed her canasta club at her home Thursday afternoon with all members present. In the games that followed the desert course, Mrs. H. E. Phillips won high score and Mrs. O. E. Massengill second. Mrs. Lloyd .Godley entertained her ' Olub met Thur»d»y *t th« home ot Mr« Frank Williams and MM. Hale Jack»on and Mn. A. C. Davidson U guests. Mrs. Williams served a luncheon An arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums was used as h«r dining table centerpiece. Mr«. Herman Mullins entertained her weekly canasta club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. O. M. Beckham was the only guest. Two new members joined the club. They were Mrs. Bob Chiles and Mrs. Myrtis Barber. Mrs. Harold Smith won high score and Mro. Leo Schrleck, Jr., second. Mrs. Robert. Chile* won low. Mrs. Mullins served » dessert Mrs. Bill Walters was hostess to her bridge club »t her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Wilson won high score and Mrs. Fred Smith, the only guest, won second. Mrs. Walters served >. dessert plate. Mrs. W. E. Hunt left Thursday for Polk City. Fla., for an indefinite Visit With h»r .Utor Mm. ' At the Hospitals Saturday afternoon the Duplicate Biylheville Hospital Bridge League played a five-table ] Dismissed: Howell movement with Mrs. C. W. Afllick and Mrs. Matt Monaghan winning first place. They had 6T 1 .2 points. With 64'4 points, Mrs. Georne Wiggs and Mrs. Poy Etchieson won second place. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin were third -with 62'i points. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. H. C. Sims. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Jesse White. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. "Herman Turner. THURSDAY Club 28 being entertained at Legion Hut by Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Smis. Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Fan and Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla. ] Duplicate Bridge League meet-! Ing.. , ! Lottie Moon YWA of Trinity: Baptist Church having sweetheart] bouquet at church, 1:30 p.m. . Thursday Club meeting with; Mrs. Philip Deer. i Chillion Club meets with Mrs. i Felix Carney. I ment of First Baptist Church having Valentine party at home of Mr. and Mrs.. F. L. Wicker, 409 East Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Bladder'Weakness' If worried by "Bladder Weakness" [Getting Dp Nights (too frequent, burning or Hcn- InR uilnallom 01 SUong. Cloud? Orlnel due to common Kidney and Bladder Irritations try CYSTEX for quick, gratifying, comfortlnif help. A billion CYSTEX tablet* used in put 35 year* prove safely ana success. Ask druggist for CY3TBX under money-back guarantee. Set how much better you feel tomorrow. We Have Moved! THE BOOK EXCHANGE (Formerly Located at 503 West Main Street) HAS MOVED TO 900 W. ASH ST. Phone POplor 3-3528 • Hooks • Games • Gifts t) Greeting Cards • Hand-made Party Decorations by Order • Model I'laneg — Ships — C»rs NO PARKING PROBLEM NO CHARGE FOR GIFT WRAPPING CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS Jor Junk, Maybe PETERSBURG, Va. ufi—No more will visitors to historic Blandford cemetery open the old iron gate which has stood guardian for more than a hundred years. That is. unless junk yards yield the gate— which thieves stole. Mrs. Kate Bunch. Rt. 3, city Mrs. Nancy Graham, city Dick Burns, city Frank Harnish, city Mrs. Lewis Lester. Cooler Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Isaac McKay. Steele Mrs. Isaac McKay, Steele Cary Douglas, city Mrs. Jesse King and baby, city Mrs. James Vest, city Charlie Sims, city Mrs. William Joyner and baby, city Mrs. Stanley Yamamoto and baby, city Mrs. Woodrow Cook, city Russell Eubflnks, city Mrs. Lilly Sigman, city Mrs. James Harding, city Gale Wheeler, city Mrs. Nanny West, cily Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charlene Hale, cily Lynzine Ross and baby, Rt. 2. cily Joe Nanny, Dell Ola Wilson, Armorel Harvey Tillman, Tomato Morris Murphy, city Mrs. Hugh Parrish, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Myrtle Williams. Rt. 3, city Michael Ray Yother, Dell Mrs. Elco Elliott, city ELGIN MAXLENE. A liny ith ,ion b.ot.l.r. -3915 E1GIN CAiDWEU. Hiti'i handiomt and smart moi- >. ilylinf. '39Z1 Eosy to buy) On/y'l-aWn, 'l-o weet McCAUGHEY JEWELRY In City Drug Stort 100 W. Main St. Biytheville, Ark. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission lac & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT METRO NEWS AND CARTOON TUBS., WED. &THURS. E. Jago. En route Mrs. Hunt will visit with her brother-in-law and his family, Mr. and Mrs.,J. N. Hunt in Tupelo, and with Mrs. J. L. Murphey in Donaldsonville, Ga. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell entertained Four Table Bridge Club in her luncheon canasta club at her home nome Thursday atfernoon. Thursday at noon. Quests were Mrs. Charles Hale, Mrs. Jasper Thomason won hign, Mrs D j clc gabgy, Mrs. Electra Per' score and Mrs. E. H. Riley won second. Kerry June Neely, daughter ot rin, Mrs. Spencer Gibson and Mrs C. E. Dean. Mrs. Lovewell served" a dessert before the games, winners were Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Neely, cele- Pen-in-, high score for guests, Mrs. brated her third birthday with a] w. c. Mason, high for club, and party Friday at the home of her' Mrs. Spencer Driver, bridge. parents. • The one layer cake was decorated pBO met Wednesday afternoon with pink rosebuds on white frost- 1 at tne nome of MJ-J Godfrey White. Mrs. Roy Cox presided over the meeting in absence of Mrs. Lloyu Godley, president. Mrs. David Laney had charge of the program. Lottie Moon YWA Hears Mission Review Lottie Moon Young: Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church heard the mission study book when the group met with Mrs. BUI Cook Thursday night. Mrs. Cook reviewed the study following the opening prayer by Alberdia Sadler. Plans for a sweetheart banquet to be held Thursday night were conducted by the group when Pat Gentry .conducted a business see- Mrs. C. S. Birmingham led th» closing prayer. Neglected Piles Are Dangerous FREE BOOK — Explains Causes, Effects and ^eatment Fistula. Fissures. Rectal Abscesses and other ailments or reflex conditions may be associated with neglected Piles. Our new 130-page illustrated book explains facts. Sent FREE. Write today to McCleary Clinic and Hospital, D222 Elm* Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Mo. . ing. Guests were Don Hook. Brenda Moore, Rusty Simpson, Mike Bannister. Toni Ann Chiles, Pam Wildy, Buddy and Gary Hart. Nita Pairley. Ruth Ann Yarbrough and Clay Driver. Mrs. Neely presented each guest With a party hat and other favors.' Those from Osceola attending the state Jayce arid Jaycette board meeting in Russellville this weekend are Bill Childress. Dewey Neely. E. C. Mason, Brad Govan and Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Fail-ley . Miss Ann Nelson Rhodes celebrated her 16th birthday Thursday night with a dinner party at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhodes. Jr. Guests included Larry Hulsey. Nancy Ohlendorf, Gail Mitchell. Lindscy Fairley and Jerry Hill . The Town and Country Canasta PLUS SKLECTED SHORTS Mrs. Carl Anderson was hostess Thursday evening for Club 17. Mrs. Billy Chiles and Mrs. Billy Silverblatt. were the only guests. Mrs. Anderson served a dessert course before the games. Mrs. Jim Hyatt won high score, Mrs. Gene Teaford, second high, and Mrs. Silverblatt, bridge. . Phil Johnson, son of Mr. and |. Mrs. P. D. Johnson, and Lyn and Ben Talifevro, sons of Mr. and Mr.-, I E. L. Tallferro arrived home Friday from Columbia Military Academy to spend the weekend. The boys were on the semester honor roil and were privileged to spend one weekend at home. Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Thearr* Last Times Tonite When COLDS Make Baby Cry GIVE HIM RELIEF THAT Does More Than Work on Chest When a chest cold strikes, use Vicks VapoRub-the proved medication that acts two leal/.? at once. When you rub it on, Vapo- Rub quickly relieves muscular soreness. At the same time, VapoRub's medicated vapors bring relief with every breath. This soothing medication travels deep into Baby's nose, throat and large bronchial tubes. Congestion starts breaking up. Coughing eases. Warming relief comes, lasts lor hours. So when colds strike, depend on- WICKS W VA PO R U 8 Kali m Kt/!»f...Bn<iHieinKttltf Viti» odd VopoSub or. j|*ff. Trod* Ma'kt. NAt HOLI-LOVIS r ROSEN «-t CUIME COLBERT BARRY SULUVAL *3£\ -j^xJ Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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