The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 31, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COUKIER NEWS MONDAY. OCTOBER 81, 1955 - Society News - :„ «„„ Molln^v Siviorv EMit-,nr * P»<" MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Breakfasts and Coffee Compliment Bride-ElectMissDixieKillianHere Miss Dixie Killian was complimented with a breakfast and coffee Saturday and a breakfast yesterday morning. Mrs Kendall Berry and Mrs. C. L MoWattrs, Jr., were hostesses for the breakfast Saturday morning with the affair being given at the new home of Mrs. Berry in Country Club Drive. A lace and embroidered imported cloth was used on the dining table where guests were seated. An arrangement of pink and white chrysanthemums formed the centerpiece. The bride-elect, dressed in a suit of Oxford brown, featuring a striped jacket, Was presented a yellow pom-pom corsage, and silver in her chosen pattern. These were gilts from her hostesses. Mrs. Kobert Killian, mother of the honoree, was given a white pompom corsage. Following the meal, guests spent. the remainder of the morning embroidering tea towels for the honoree in rooms which were decorated with bouquets of pastel Jail blossoms Bits of News Misses Doris Bean and Bobbye Jean Byrd. students at Ole Miss, spent the weekend here with their purenus, Mrs. Fred Bean and Mr. ! Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Bob j and Mrs. G. I. Byrd. , . . . Mrs. L. E. Townsend. Mrs. E. P. Miss Grimes Complimented With SJyower Miss Mary Ann Grimes, bride- elect of W. T. Langley, was complimented Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Robert Poppleton with a miscellaneous shower. A blue and white color scheme was used in decorating entertaining rooms of the home. The dining table was centered with a miniature bride and groom. Miss Grimes wore a fall wooj dress of navy blue with black ac- She was given a corsage McKinnon, Mrs. V. B. Osborne, Mrs. W. A. Brooks is a patient in j O f'wliite carnations. Pleeman, Mrs. Howard Perkins and j is in Room 323. Methodist Hospital in Memphis. She Mrs. Jim Cheadle, all of Manila. along with Mrs. David Slons ot Portngeville. Lingerie In Half Sizes Sue Burnett This lovely, yet very simple nightgown with matching Mandarin bed jacket Is designed expressly for the slightly shorter figure. Pattern No. 8331 is In sizes 12'/ 2 , H!/i, 161/3, 1B i 4( 201/z, 23 "4. 24'/ z . Size 141/2, gown, 4 yards of 35-Inch; Jacket, V/2 yards. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI, The new fall & winter '65 Issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-easy styles to delight beginner and expert. Don't miss it — send 25 cents today for your copy. The home of Mrs. Fred Fleeman was the selling for the coffee Saturday afternoon with Mrs. W. M. Owen serving as co-hostess. GuestA were greeted in the entrance hall by Miss Killian, \vlio was dressed in a black velvet sheath trimmed in white faille and rhinestone buttons. White faille piped the collar, cuffs and bodice of the sheath dress. Others in the receiving line were Mrs. Killian, who was dressed in a tea gown of black silk, and the two Mrs. Lena Careasey of North Little Rock is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Carl Marshall, and family for several days. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe had as her guests Saturday three of her former Co-hostesses tor the affair were Mrs. Orcn Ulm an\ Mrs. Raymond Krills. Bridal games were played during the evening. Mrs. A. W. Kay of Yate Center, Kans., great-ami:, of the bride-elect, was winner of I the door prize, music students. Ronnie Wagster of j Another special guest was Mrs Cooter, a student at Memphis State, ; gam Hall of Blytheville. Delmer Reid, a student at Southeast, Missouri College in Cape Gi- j A desert pi rardeau. and Larry Reid, a gradu- served by the ate ol" the University of Missouri, j who is leaving for Korea. The two I Mr. Reids are also of Cooter. | Mrs. M. G. Goodwin of Memphis j is spending this week here attend- j ing to business. j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert DeWeese j and son Mike of Hayti were, guests , a greai- aunt of the honoree. ate and coffee were hostesses. , hostesses. 1 yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mal- The bride-elect was given a cor- lory and daughters. sage of pale pink carnations through which was laced a lavender mum which was centered with a cultured pearl. Mother of the honoree was given a white carnation corsage. Placed in the entrance hall was an arrangement of pink dahlias in an antique bowl and pitcher. The sunporch of the home was decorated with bouquets of yellow and bronze chrysanthemums. These same flowers were used in the living room of the home. The table was overlaid with ar. Italian cutwork cloth and centered with a silver bowl filled with yellow chrysanthemums. This centerpiece was fanked by yellow tapers in silver branched candelabra. Tall yellow tapers in silver holders flanked the arrangement of pink dahlias which was used on the buffet in the dining room. Those assisting in the entertainment rooms were Mrs. R. W. Rat.ton, Mrs. Townsend, Mrs. Osborne, Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mrs. Joe Trieschmann, Mrs. B. M. Ma thews, Mrs. Charles Czechin, Jr., Miss Sandra Long, Mrs. Cheadle and Mrs. E. C. Fleeman. ' Out-of-town guests were Mrs. E. P. Burton, Mrs. Carla Brunner, Mrs. Albert Fair of Marked Tree and and Mrs. J. C. Porter of Lepanto. Mrs. Fred Bean and her daugn- ter, Miss Doris Bean, were hostesses for the breakfast yesterday morning and entertained at Hotel Noble. Guests were seated at a table centered with a, bouquet of fall colors with yellow chrysanthemums being the predominant flower. Placecards were bridesmaids wearing shades of net gowns. The honoree's place was marked with a bronze pom-pom corsage. Mrs. Killian received a yellow pom-pom corsage. Miss Killian was dressed in a brown knit suit with matching accessories. Her hostesses also presented her with a gift in crystal. Mrs. Cheadle was the only out- of-town guest. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons spent Friday night and Saturday in Sikeston visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane spent the weekend in Elbridge, Tenn., visiting relatives. Junior Set Entertained With Dance The junior set of Blytheville was entertained with a dance Saturday night when Mary Jane Droke and Joyce okaller greeted guests at the Rustic Inn. With Halloween just around the corner, the group decorated the rooms With pumpkin faces, black and orange balloons and streamers. The refreshment table was orange and black furthering the color scheme. Party foods and Iced drinks were served. Chapefones were Mrs. Mary Droke, Mrs. E. O. Ambrose and Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Skaller. The affair was from 7:30 to 10 p.m. with 30 guests attending. Mrs. Grigsby, Mrs. Chamblin Bridge Winners In Duplicate Bridge League games played Saturday afternoon, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. Prank Grigsby were first place winners. Second place was awarded Mrs. Eugeni Jenkins and Mrs. Russell Phillips with third place going to Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Sounds strange for winter, but chicken salad is a good meal now. Stewing chlcfcens are inexpensive. Combine it with a good hot soup j „;•£" O ' r 7ou'Fturn"up" wlth"'on*e If you're a schoolgirl, have you ever noticed that you tend to carry your books on one hip all the time, or your brief case in one hand? Make i conscious effort to alter- and ho rolls for a luncheon. shoulder higher than the other. h School cy PTA Plans Annual Supper Plans have been made o£ the tra ditional High School Parent- Teacher Association spaghetti supper for Friday. Nov. 11. This date Will fall on the night of the Blytheville homecoming foot-' ball game when the Chicks will play Newport. The supper will be held in the Junior High School cafeteria. Ticket sales began today. VSE LEATHER — Leather that launders readily in soap and water provides a whole new fashion outlook for a wardrobe this fall and winter. New leather pullover shirt (left) is in tissue-thin camel-tone suede. It washes by hand or in a machine. It's lined in dacron, can be worn outside or tucked into a skirt. Late day jacket (center) is in torrero pink. It's trimmed with brilliants, washes readily. Toggle coat (right) is white washable leather lined with white fleece. Collar converts into hood. E. B. Bouriand Celebrates Birthday E. B. Bouriand celebrated his 80th birthday yesterday with a family dinner at his home in the Lost Cane community. This dinner was given by his seven children, 29 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Out-of-town guests were from Memphis, and Thyterla and Senatobia, Miss., Blytheville and Ma nila. Coming Events MONDAY Wesleyan Service Guild having services in Open Door Class Room, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle meeting with Mrs. Gene Pierce, 7:30 p.m. Rose Marlowe Circle meeting with Mrs. Lois Marr, 7:30 p.m, TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Mary Lyons, 7:30 p.m. Eastside Garden Club meeting at home of Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, 1005 N. 6th, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. 0. R. Redford is co-hostess. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Newton Whitis. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Beta Sigma Phi benefit bridge and canasta party, Hotel Noble. 1:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meet- Ing. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. Club Eight being entertained by Fabric and Knits Provide Trim By GAILE DUGAS Nea Women's Editor NEW YORK (NBA)—Slim leather blouses thin enough to tuck easily into a skirt or slacks are new to fashion this fall. And so are dressy jackets in featherweight kidskin that can take dirt, grease and grime and still come clean in soap and water. New tanning processes account for leather's susceptibility to soap and water. Not that you need wash the new leather fashions. They can also go safely to a dry-cleaner. And] casual cardigan in fawn suede has Family Reunion Held at cleaned. /— • At Lefeur of Leathermode, leath- ; OQ I HGS cr is combined interestingly with knit, with washable jersey, with wat- erproff jewel trim and with nylon, fleece in a wide range of color. A j At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Roy Parks, city Mrs. Melvin Crosskno, Rt. 2, city H. E. LaShot, city Mrs. Betty Green, city Clyde Beard, Monette Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. THURSDAY Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Mary Hatfield. Lottie Moon YWA meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Emanon Club meeting with Mrs. Lewis Murphy. GEO Club meeting with Mrs. Prank Seay. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Chester Caldwell. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. R. K. Green. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. W L. Horner. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. J. H. Smart. FRIDAY Chapter »N, PEO, meeting ; home of Mrs. Elton Kirby, 1 p.m, LaFinesse Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Jontz. Friday Contract Club meetini with Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker. once there, they are inexpensively j giant rib knit sleeves and matching mandarin collar. The leather is sil- Mrs. Ruel Asher. Cooter Billy Wayne Miller, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Joyce Boyd, Alton. HI. Edward Boyd. Alton, III. Mary Boyd, Alton, 111. Leslie Davis, city Mrs. E. R. Jones, city Mrs. Clarence Harig, city Marcella Harig, city Donald Walters, Jr., city Virla Black and baby, city C. A, Cunningham, city Jimmy Warren, city Gaylon McGregor, city Mrs. W. L. Crafton.'city Mrs. Emma Wagnon, Campbell, Mo. Oliver Dillard, Alton, 111. Joazuin Gonzales. city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Marvin BeJI, city Judith Ann Bell, city Damon Cook, city L. M. Carney, city Jimmy Jones, city traveling in stylo) ...the Pacemaker. Ste«l( and simple of line... designed jpetificaHy for the llmely (extuf» ol faH fabric* Nwwa 1 , Honnri. mademoiselle* Exclusively at Kel ley's USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN VOM MIINDir SNOI STOtl Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature icone treated. This means that the jacket can be dry-cleaned at the same cost as a sweater. For late day wear, there's A family reunion was held at the home of J. I. Gaines near Half Moon yesterday with 43 memberi of the family present. This is an annual, affair in honor of the birthdays of Mrs, Ira Gaines, Roy Gaines, Juaniia Smith, Betty Gann, Johnny Sanders, Bobby Buck, and Paul Buck, all of whom shot'tj celebrate birthdays during October. jacket in black suede trimmed with) Those attending from out-of-town reproductions of silver and gold j were Mrs. Leslie Marson, Mrs. Doll coins from foreign countries. This.. Montague and Mrs. Pearl Eisenger too, is siLicone tearted. j ail of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. New jackets colors ior both coats include torrero pink. and tec gold, Delia Robbia blue, lemon peel and tumbleweed green. Smith of Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Sanders of Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Lud Buck and family of Senafch. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Mrs. Ruby Wagnon Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.ra. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TONIGHT METRO NEWS TUES., WED. & THURS. 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