The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1956 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 10, 1956
Page 5
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE — Society News - * Ann Mallorv. Sncietv Editor * Phc Miig Milli* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Due to this fact, an effort Is being made to organize an international club here. Anyone interested in joining the club may do so by writing to Eve Eller, Box 224, Dell, or phoning 4121 at Dell. Mrs. Floyd Haralson, executive secretary of the American Red Cross here, has offered a committee room at the Bed Cross building as a meeting place. Women who have already been contacted about forming this organization were honored with a coffee at the home of Mrs. Rosson yesterday morning. . Members of the Chapel Guild of Blytheville Air Force Base were hosts. Those from foreign lands attend- WORID PIN — Judy Barney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barney, is shown receiving her World Pin from Mrs. Glenn Ladd, Blytheville Lone Troop president, yesterday in a ceremony at Bownie Troop Six Presents International Playet for Mothers Having completed a study on international Brownies, members of Troop Six of Blytheville Lone Troop Association, yesterday invited their mothers to a special program concerning this study. the Little House in Walker Park. Other members of Brownie Troop Six, having already received their pins, look on. (Courier Xews Photo) A playlet was presented in the form of a travelog with all members of the troop participating as Brownies in foreign countries and airline stewardesses. This was also given in celebration of the Girl Scouts' 34th anniversary. At the conclusion of the Guests Present At Each Of Thursday Clubs A number of guests were present yesterday at each of the Thursday card clubs; Thursday Contract Club convened at the home of Mrs. Henry Humphrey for its weekly luncheon and bridge games. Invited to the party were Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Arthur Vance. A Valentine centerpiece was used on the luncheon table. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Old were game winners. Members of LaNueve Club journeyed to Osceola to play at the home of Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Playing with the club were Mrs. Richard Cromer, Mrs. Allen Segraves, Mrs. Dane Fergus and Mrs. Gene Teaford, all of Osceola. Mrs. Stevens centered her individual tables with red carnations and used Valentine placecards lor the dessert-bridge. Guest high was won by Mrs. Tea- lord with club high going to Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mrs. Elton Kirby, Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. Claude Bush and Mrs. C. E. Crigger were guests when Mrs. J. F. Lent! entertained Midweek Club at her home. A 1 p.m. luncheon was served from individual tables holding yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham were high scorers. A Valentine arrangement was used on the luncheon table when Thursday Club played at the home of Mrs. C. W. Afflick with Mrs. F. L. Whitner, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. W. J. pollard as guests. Mrs. Whitner and Mrs. J. E. Dicks took high scores. Mrs. Robert Smith entertained Emanon Club at her home last night with a dessert-bridge. Invited as guests were Mrs. James Mattingly, Mrs. George Mogee and Mrs. Bob Gardener. The guests took the prizes. Mrs. Mnttlngly won high and Mrs. Mogee was awarded bridgo. Second high went to Miss Barbara Carter. A dessert-bridge for Kibitzer Club members was given at the home of Mrs. Johnny White yesterday. Guests were Mrs. Charles Crigger, III, Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, Mrs. John Ed' Rsgenold, Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. Richard Rose, Mrs. Ted Grim and Mrs. Harold Crump. Bridge winners at the Valentine party were-Mrs. Crump, high, and Mrs. Robert McHaney,second high. Chilllon Club members met at the play, Mrs. Glenn Ladd, Lone Troop president, presented each girl with e World Pin. Members of this troop are Buby Kay Koehler, Joyce Christen, Sharon Gill, Josephine Cure, Celinda Trumble, Nancy McKinnon, Patty Sue Harris, Judy Ramey, Molly Guard, Becky Rainwater, Annabeth Johnson, Kay Parks, Lynette Blazick. Pat Walters, Janet Scrape, Kay Jaggers, Mary Ellen Brown and Mary Joyce Colliers. Mrs. B. J. McKinnon and Mrs M. J. Koehler are leaders of the troop. In the social hour a tea was held for the mothers. Individual cakes topped with flags of all nations were served from plates decorated with the same type flags. Tea and coffee were served from silver services, at which the girls took turns presiding. Brownie napkins and cups were used for the occasion. Mrs. Jenkins, Oscar Hardaway Win Bridge Game Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Oscar Hardaway, with 92 points, took first place in the six-table Howell movement played last night by the Duplicate Bridge League. A newcomer to Blytheville, Harold Holtzclaw, and Mrs. Jim Roleson were second place winners with 88 points. Mrs. Ross Moore .and another new Blytheville resident, Dave Garman, took third position with 86',2 points. home of Mrs. Felix Carney. Game winners were Mrs. Mary Hatfield, high, Mrs. O. O. ElKins, second and Mrs. Sally Freeman, third. Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth received n birthday gift from the group at the conclusion fo the games. The hostess served a dessert plate. Mrs. Philip Deer was hostess to Thursday 'Bridge Club members and one guest. Mrs. Harvey Morris, with a 1 p.m. luncheon at her home. Using the Valentine colors, red and white, Mrs. Deer centered her dining table with red and white blossoms accented with cupids and flanked by red tapers in silver holders. Individual tables held red tapers in silver candlesticks. Mrs. Bay Hall and Mrs. Fred Bean were game winners. Bits of News International Ladies Club to Be Formed for New Citizens of City With the arrival of Blytheville Air Force'Base personnel and their families, a number of foreign ladies have been added to this city's population. ing the affair were Kitty Farland and Ursula Oyler of Germany; Mrs. Vera Phillips and Mrs. Eller of England; Marie Taylor of North Africa; Seiko Campbell and Mi- dory Strobel ' of Japan and Mrs. Nella Chenault of Holland. Chapel Guild members present were Mrs. Margaret Wade, Mrs. Janie Perkins, Mrs. HaEel Fulkerson, Mrs. Gen McLaughlin, Mrs. Beverly Sturch and Mrs. Kay Maxfield. Mrs. Rosson used novelties from foreign countries she Das visited to decorate her home and used a vivid red cloth to overlay her refreshment table. Silver appointments were used on the table. Jichols Complimented In Marvell; Tells Wedding Plans Miss Martha Nichols, who will become the bride of Lt. Thomas P. Cooke of Marvell in a ceremony here Sunday evening, was introduced to the citizens of Marvell yesterday when Mrs. Fisher Tatum entertained with a tea at her colonial home in Marvell. Mr. and Mrs. John Prather and son left this afternoon for Onion City. Tenn., where they will spend the weekend visiting M,r. Prattler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Prather. •• • • • •' • Mason Day, m, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., is confined to his home with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. George McLeod will leave tomorrow for Vienna, Va., where they will make their future home with 'their daughter, Mrs Donald Day, Mr. Day and children. They will be motored to Vienna by another daughter, Mrs. Charles Henley, and daughter and Mrs. I. D. McDermott. Manley Peinberg, student at Vanderbilt University, will spend the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt. He is coming especially for the Long-Smothermon wedding Sunday afternoon in which he will serve as an usher. . Miss Darlene Feinberg is spending the weekend in Nashville as guest of Teddy Felvman, student at Vanderbilt University. She will return Sunday to. attend the wedding also. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son Jerry left today to spend the weekend in St. Louis as guest of their son and brother. James Cecil Lowe, II, and Mrs. Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Lynch and son Michael left yesterday for Kansas City, Mo., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lynch, for three weeks. They arrived here Monday night from San Diego, Calif., to visit Mrs. Lynch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Colston, and will return here for another visit at the end of three weeks. Mr. Lynch has just received his discharge from the Navy. , "~Mrr~and Mrs. Johnny White and children will spend the weekend in Senatobia, Miss., as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Roseborough. Miss Emadel Swearengen, student at University of Missouri, will arrive by plane in Memphis tonight to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen, here. She will' be met in Memphis by her father and Thurman Rowlett, Jr. Miss Kay Smith of Memphis will accompany Miss Swearengen home as her weekend guest. Both girls will serve in the wedding of Miss Sandra Long to Pat Smothermon Sunday afternoon. Singing Convention To be Held at Reiser Mississippi Singing Convention will meet Sunday afternoon at 2 pan. at Keiser Baptist Church. Special music will be furnished Centrally Located For Easy Shopping Cot, Keulo J 1 f oLenel HI-WAY DRUG We Give Top Value Stamps J Prenlls Holder, Rei. Pharmaclit 4 Mft. CharlM Bregdon, owner Main at Division Phone 2-2019 Rooms of the Tatum ho*ie were decorated with arrangements of pink j gladioli and canations. Miss Nichols greeted guests wearing a blue brocaded satin dress accented by a pink rosebud corsage, a gift from her finance. Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mrs. W. S. Cooke, mother of the engaged couple, the hostess and assistants all wore pink corsages. The hostess presented the bride- elect with a silver service. Miss Nichols today announced her wedding- plans/ • Vows will be exchanged Sunday evening at 1 -.30 at First Christian Church with the Rev. James Bain- water, 1 pastor, officiating. Mrs. J. L. Hammon of Memphis will serve as matron of honor with Miss Donna sue Oore of Blythevill* and Miss Kay Cook of Marvell, sis- At the Hospitals BjrthevUle Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy John Gee, city. James Wayne Clark, Copter. Hlllard Hamm, Rt. 1, city. Cblckauwba Hospital Dismissed: Dan Bunch, city. .Henry Holland, Armorel. Mrs. Donald Donk and baby, Ca- ruthersvllle. Mike Walton, city. Mrs. Claude Phillips, Dell. Mrs: Sterling Cook, city. Elizabeth, .Harris, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. Troy Payne and baby, city. Helen Mae Griflord, Tomato, Mrs. H. L. 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Immediately following the ceremony a reception will be held in social rooms of the church. Miss Peggy Copeiin of Tulsa, Okla., will have charge of the bride's beok with assistants being Miss Melba Hill, Mrs. Rupert crafton, Mrs Mrs. James Tery, Mrs. R. L. Dedman, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. Mrs. lone Gore and Miss Lela Brown, Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre LAST TIMES TONIGHT at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Mrs. Carroll Watson Founder's Day Speaker to Be Mrs. Watson Sat. Nite 10:30 p.m Sunday & Monday Come Next Spring has that "Quiet Man"xlnq! lovlnf wlwnlwcinl HERBERT J.YATES AM STEVE SHERIDAN -COCHRAN Come Next Spring ; byC«flMM«ttd Film InduitrMs NUDIMOiM KMtJMMN Maun m *CMMWCHMM- omnium ___ mmytmiM AKNMUCMWCnM Mrs. Carroll Watson of Osceola, state Parent-Teacher Association president, will be guest speaker iext Friday when Founders Day is observed by PTA's here. A special program lor Blytheville PTA's will be held that nigrht at 7:30 in the high school auditorium. Chaplain Don Maxfield of Blythe- .Jle Air Force Base will give the invocation with special music be- mg rendered by the Junior High Boys Glee Club under direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Mrs. Rupert Crafton, city council president, is general chairman lor ;his annual event. Senior CYF To Have Valentine Party Senior CYF of First Christian Church will be entertained with a Valentine party tomorrow evening at 7:30. The party will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature For Grins and Giggles SHCIO WITH MUSIC AND GLEE —HERE'S A PICTURE YOU OUGHT TO SEE!! Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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