The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 28, 1955
Page 4
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PAGBFOTTIt BLYTHEVILI.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1955 - Society News - ^ A«r> Mallnrv. Soo.ietv Editor * Phone Mis» Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Thursday Card Clubs Conduct Games Thursday card clubs conducted games yesterday. OEO Club met at the home of Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Guests were Mrs. Russell Simpson. Miss Nora Simpson, Miss Pattye June Davis. Mrs. Bailey Tarpley and Mrs. Elwood Deen. The hostess used chrysanthemums to decorate her home and served a dessert course. Miss Davis won high and traveling in the games with second going 1 to Mrs. Simpson. Miss Vera Goodrich won bridgo. Mrs. Melvin Halsell used a Halloween motif to decorate her home yesterday when she entertained La Nueve Club. Individual tables were centered with budvases of yellow and bronze chrysanthemums with tallies, score- pads and prizes being Halloween novelties. Bridge winners were Mrs. Leonard Oldham, high. Mrs. Newton Whitis, second high, and Mr! Lynn Hughes, bridgo. Mrs. Albert Taylor was a guest of the club. Mrs. H. W. Wylie of Greenwood. Miss., Mrs. Ed Dicks and Mrs. Loy Welch were guests yesterday when Mrs. B. A. Lynch was hostess to Mid-week Club. Pall roses from the hostess' garden were used to center the luncheon table. Mrs. Harry W. Halnes and Mrs Welch won high scores In the games. The Rustic Inn was the meeting place for Kibitzer Club when Mrs. Robert McHaney.was hostess. A profusion of marigolds was used to decorate the room where the games were played. Mrs. R. D. Hughes and Mrs. J. H. Smart were bridge winners. Rosefi and azalea chrysanthemums decorated the home of Mrs. Sally Freeman yesterday when she entertained Chllllon Club members 9nd three guests, Mrs. Lon Gill, Miss Rosa Schuneritsch and Mrs. Edith Fermented. Mrs. Mary Hajfield won high In the games, Mrs. O. O. Elkins, second high, and Mrs. W. A. Hollings•worth, third. Miss Schuneritsch won guest high A dessert course was served by the hostess. Dogwood HD Club Has Business Meeting Mrs. J. 6. Serratt presided qver the business meeting held Wednesday by Dogwood Home Demonstration Club at the clubhouse. The devotional was given by Mrs. Charlie Lutes. During the business session, plans to redecorate the clubhouse kitchen were made and the bake sale to be held Nov. 19 was discussed. It was announced that the Halloween carnival to be held Monday night has been called off. Mrs. Lutes dismissed the group with prayer. Sabbath Services To be Conducted AtTem pie Israel Tonight at, 8 p m. Dr Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, will conduct a Sabbath and memorial service at the Temple, • He will deliver a ,M?rmon on "The Art of Hum P. P. Rt'Linmis " L. K. Harwark will rend thp services. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Anderson R.iy, city Lsru Mae Murphy, city C. O. Ar£o, Manila W. E. Kcnneriy. Stfeie Glenn. Cooter Tov.\r Einao !> Lenn, city riiicka.s.'iu'h-'i Hospital Henrietta Griffin, city R. H. Hatley, city B. E. Divis, city Alford Robinson, city Ellis Homer, Jr., Manila Walls Hospital Dismissed : Mrs. Mary Wilson, Memphis Mrs. Herman Hunt,, city Rufus Clark, city Antoine S^ndova], city Mrs. Merl Garrison, city Mrs, Maggie McKnight, city Eugene Cunningham, city George Williams, city Lewis Alasto, city Bits of News REBKKAHS WIN' — Blytheville's Rebekah Lodge has won the traveling Golden Deed Award for the third consecutive .year and thus takes over permanent possession. The award is given for charity work by the Assembly of Arkansas. Mrs. C. S. Birmingham (right) and Mrs. Earl McGregor received the award for the Blytheville chapter at the assembly of Rebekahs in Berryville. (Courier News Photo) Reservations Brisk for Club Dance Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Robertson, new hosts at Blytheville Country Club, announced today that reservations for the dance to be held at the club tomorrow night had been coming in at a brisk pace. Win Parker an his orchestra wilt provide dinner music from 7 to a p.m. with dancing to begin at 9:30 Miss Turner Speaks at Laiige PT A Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was guest speaker Wednesday afternoon at the monthly meeting of Lange Parent-Teacher Association. She chose as her topic, "Is It Well With the Child in the Home?" Mrs. S. E. Tune gave the devotional with Mrs. Orlie Parker, pres- .dent, giving a short talk on the Benefits of Pluoridatlon." The business session was conducted by Mrs. Parker at which | time it was announced that plnns for remodeling the teachers' lounge had been made. A certificate was shown to the group concerning Uv> Lange organization having achieved a superior rating by the National PTA for its work last year. Jaycettes Entertain With Halloween Party Jaycettes entertained husbands. guests and Jaycee members with a Halloween party last night at the Jaycee Clubroom. As guests arrived dressed in horrifying Hallween costumes, they were greeted by a ghost and ushered into a Room of Horror. Following this tour they were served dinner. The serving table was centered with a lighted pumpkin set in a bed of magnolia leaves and fruit. This was flanked by flickering orange candles. The club was decorated with orange and black crepe paper streamers, pumpkins and stalks to complete the spooky atmosphere. Bobby Smith and Mrs. Cecil Connell were winners for the best costumes. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting Dance at Country club. 9:30 p. m. Dinner music from 7 to 9 p. m. Phyllis Graves Celebrates Third Birthday Phyllis Raye Graves was honored on her third birthday Wednesday when her mother, Mrs. Phillip Graves, entertained 14 little guests iMl a party. Favors of Halloween, hats, masks anrt horns were given the children and refreshments of birthday cake and ire cream were served. The c.ike was a fairyland doll with Hie :4:irl. being formed with pink and white ruffled frosted cake. 3ridge League .onducts Game Mrs. Auth-enenl Freeman and Harry Levenstein were winners in the Duplicate Bridge League game last night There was n tie for second hetween Mvs. Frank Otigsby, Mrs. EHzn- bcth Ross, and Jim Roieson and Bernard Gooch. Comfortable lor entertaining after a long day tramping about dong your shopping: '\ t as nowspa- ier mules with almost no heel at ill. Appliqued leaves of gilt and silver .beading make them good enough for company. NOTICE Country Club Members DANCE-SAT.-OCT. 29 Win Porker and hit orchestra Dinner Music 7 til 9—Dancing Begins at 9:30 Phone 3-9726 For Reservations Ask For Mr. or Mrs. Robertson "Honor Thy Father Awl Thy Mot far" If you have not .ilrcady done 10, speak your evcrliw- _ ing love for those who did so much for you. Do it in a cemetery that allows you tbi pr;.v;'ar priiik'gs oj ewe! ing a beauiilul and distinctive monu- As rhe years go by you will realize nothing keeps memories more beautifully alive than a tribute spoken in words of ic abfc grants or fflwbl?. for valuable advice OQ how to ease the bunipo* of a f«nily bereavement, write fot t free copy of "Plan- ninp Now for Ik- mo r row." for jcwW tOHHUtl JtiJ j fjir pritt en a m&mimeiK torrettly JasisneJ from iMMAT) material, rfly on * Man*m*H D+4*f tt-ho •liipl.iyi tbil fmbiem. Op*n Sunday Afternoon Jno. C. McHaney and Sons "Your Monument Men" *>. tmwM 1 M PIMM 2-M*i Lt. and Mrs.. Russell Phillips, Jr., of Corona Del Mar, Calif., announce the birth of their first child, a son, In a hospital there yesterday. The baby hits bivn named Richard Russell* Phillips, in. Lt. Phillips is the son of Mr. nnrt Mrs. Russell Phillips of BlyiheviUe. Condition of Mrs. E. H. Brown. who underwent major surgery yesterday at Methodist Hospital in Memphis :.s reported to be satisfactory. She is in Room 381. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Barnes of \Vlmehaven. Tenn., announce the birth of their third child, a daughter, this niorninp at Methodist Hos- pual in Memphis. The baby has two sisters, Betty Jo, eight., and Pat, age six. Mrs. Barnes is the former Anna'Mae Amen, daughter of Mrs. Mae Autcn of BlyiheviU",. T. B. O'Keefe is a patient in Methodist Hospital in Memphis. His wife his with him and his son, W. H. O'Keefe, is spending today in Memphis with him. Mrs. S. P. Martin, Jr., is a pa- tienc in Chickasawba Hospital. Miss Monya Blankenship. student at Ole Miss, has been elected vice- president of her pledge class of Zeta Tan Alpha social sorority. Miss Blankenship will spend the weekend here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. The Blankenships will also have as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pierson of LeGrange, Ga., and Mrs. L. E. Norris of Monticello, Ga. Bryce Layson will be in Fayetteville over the weekend to attend the University of Arkansas-Texas A. and M. football game, Among those in Hot Springs tonight to see the Chickasaws when they play the Hot Springs Trojans will be Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Byrd, George Ann Byrd, Barbara Dale Dunlap. Mary Ann .Tompkins, Beth Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe. Kay Jobe. Susan Moore, Emily Damon and Gena Games. Also attending will be Mrs. Jess Homer, Ann Marr, Sue and Lou Owens, June Homer, Arden Cuadra, Mrs. Jane Miller, Nan Miller, Sally McCutchen, Martha Manly, Glenda poetz, Mrs. Elbert Leasure, Donna Sue. King, Linda Beth Leasure, Susie McWaters and Toby Ann Long. T. H. Koonce is a patient in Kennedy Veteran Hospital in Memphis. He i£ in Ward 12-A. Room 23. His condition remains unchanged. Mrs. Koonce is in Memphis with her husband and she was joined there yesterday by a son, Herbert, who arrived by plane from Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burchfield of Louisville, Miss., returned to their home today after a visit here with their son, George Burchfleld, and family. They were accompanied home by their son and family who went especially to attend a family reunion , to be held in Louisville this week- | Blytlxville Visitor Honored With Luncheon .Mrs. E. L. Downey, houseguest of Mrs. George Lee. was honored yesterday when Mrs. W. T. Burnett and Mrs. W. S. Johnston entertained with a luncheon at the Barnett home. Luncheon was served from the dmir.i '.able which was centered with .in arrangement of giant yellow chrysanthemums. Those' :v.!t'nriing the affair were Mrs Walter Rosenthfll, Mrs. B. M. Maihcws. Mrs. W. M. Owens, Mrs. Rtlss.'ll Farr. Mrs. H. C. Bush, Mrs. V. O. Miller and Mrs. Lee. The alternoon was spent informally following the meal. Y Groups Entertained With Parties The Lange "Chicks" Gra-Y Club met :u the home of Dianne Branscum for a Halloween party on Wednesday afternoon. The home was decorated with pumpkins, witches and black cats. Dianiu 1 was assisted in entertaining by her mother. In the Halloween contests played Paula Hudson. Patricia Anne Lawrence and Mary Gay Nelson were winners. Patsy Hodge received the prize lor the best costume. Refreshments were served. The eighth grade Jr.-Tri-Hi-Y and :heir guests were entertained at the home of Carolyn Boyd on Walnut Street Wednesday night. Wieners were roasted over the grill in the backyard and dancing was enjoyed on the concrete patio. The group was assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boyd and Miss Pattye Eddington. end. Mrs. John W. Carter, state president of Arkansas Pioneer Association and a delegate to the UDC Convention here, returned to her home in Fort Smith yesterday. The Carters, who have visited in Blytheville. are moving next month to" El Dorado to make their future home. I Miss Mary Bevill and Mrs. Lan-1 nie Grimes will leave Monday for Sunnyville, Calif., to spend six I weeks with relatives. i Miss Evelyn Bowen, student at David Lipscomb College in Nashville, Tenn., will arrive this afternoon to be the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Howard Bowen. She will have as her guest Miss Nancy Stovall, a former Blytheville resident. Mrs. Winnie Huffman, Miss Luna Wilhelm and Roberta Brown will be in Memphis over the weekend ;o visit relatives and Mrs. E. H. Brown,, a patient in Methodist Hospital. Found Only at Whitsitt's <t > THE GRECIAN INFLUENCE A Study in Complete Flattery Junior Accent molds the Grecian column into *he most fluidly attractive dress of the season, none here In ymrn dye wonted wool with a panel etched In prcetee «tltched tucks, further accented with a full complement of buttons. The batou neck, ovcrlaycd in a clear Mash of peau de sole for a strictly feminine air. In shades of charcoal jrrey, blackened blue or blackened brown. 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