The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 11, 1956
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PAGE TWO BLTTMEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER MBW1 iATURDAY, FBBRAURT1I, 19S« — Society News — i Ann Mallnrv. Society Editor ' Phr Miw Millit Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Doyle Named Queen At Annual Valentine Dance Mrs. Harold Doyle was named Sweetheart of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi last night when the Chapter held its annual Valentine Ball at Hotel Noble. She was crowned queen by Mrs. Dan McCaskill. chapter president, and also received a silver bracelet from members. The queen was seated on a throne under a white archway which was laced with greenery caughfc at intervals by red satin bows. Other chapter members formed her court. At midnight a buffet supper was served from a table ruffled with nylon tulle on which rested a giant red heart. Standing on the heart was a heart-shaped arrangement of red and white carnations flanked by triple-branched silver candelabra in which burned red tapers. Cupids resting on red styrofoam hearts were also used on the table. Valentine Party Given For Club 28 A Valentine party lor Club 28 members and guests was given Thursday night at the Legion Hut A barbecue chicken dinner was served from banquet tables on which stood giant red hearts. An identical heart was placed on the mantle with the buffet table holding a large cupid standing on a heart. Smaller hearts encircled the heart. Focal point of the room was a bird cage filled with red carnations ac cented by novelty Valentines. The • entertaining rooms were lighted by red tapers in silver branched candelabra. Hosts for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Parr, Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla and Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan, Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard,. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Dr. and Mrs. Jot Beasley, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lawshe. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marr, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Thomasson; Others were Mr. and Mrs. George Dillahunty, Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Councille, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cuadra, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McMznus, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marr and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance. ' Bits of News Miss Margaret Wright is spending the weekend in Paris, Tenn., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Wright. Mr. and Mrs. James R. McH wain of Nashville, Tenn.. will arrive today to be weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. Phil Robinson, and Mr. Robinson. Mrs. F. J. McCarthy, mother of Mrs Robinson and Mrs. John Mitchell, aunt of Mrs. Robinson, both of Nashville, who have spent the past, two weeks here in the Robinson home, will return home with Mr. and Mrs. Mcllwain. Dr. Jack Webb is in Memphis today to attend an eye, ear, nose and throat convention for specialists from over the mid-South. The convention lasts through Monday. Mrs. Harry Kimbley of Shelbina, Mo. arrived yesterday to spend several days here as guest of Drs. Carl and Edna Nies. Miss Ann Seay, student at Ole Miss, arrived home yesterday to be the weekend guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay. Also home for the weekend from Ole Miss is Miss Pat Partlow. She visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Mrs. Harold Doyle Photo by Bearden Mrs. Wlntney New Member of \Altrusa. Club Mrs. Don Whitney was initiated a new member of Altrusa Club hursday night when the club met the home of Mrs. J. D. Davis, rfrs. John Mayes was a guest a chili supper which was served Ithe den of the Davis home. Mrs [vis had decorated the room in Valentine motif for the supper, kuring the business session a dis- pt convention to be held in Oma- Nebr., in April was discussed Id plans were made to assist with •e Red Cross drive here in March. Mrs. Clara Martin was in charge hi this session. Burdffle PTA Obsmrn Founders Day Burdette Parent-Teacher Association met Thursday afternoon with 39 members present. Mrs. Everett Eubanks presided over the Founders Da} ; meeting. Mrs. Conway Duncan gave the devotional Th conjunction with the program--theme, "To Make Well A'ith the Child." In the business session, Mrs. Hary Lutes, nominating committee ihairman, submitted the names for officers' for the following year. Those " to be voted on at the -larch meeting are Mrs. Eubanks, president; Mrs. Paul Long,, vice- president; Mrs. Duncan, secretary, nd Mrs. Clayton Holder, treasurer. Students in Mrs. Morgan's sixth grade explained the purpose and Ejects of the PTA in a playlet, "A 'arent Family." In room count Mrs. Morgan's ixth grade and Mrs. Curlee's ninth j rade won with the most parents j present. ! Hostesses fo rthe social hour were i Mrs. Harry Lutes, Mrs. Jim Henry Lutes. Mrs. Lucius Lendennie, Mrs, Paul Long and Mrs. Durwood Long. Friday Clubs Conduct Bridge Games Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. Cleo Lnngston were guests yesterday and also tok top scores when Friday Contract Club met. The club met at the home of Mrs G. O. Poetz for a dessert- bridge. Mrs. C W. Garrigan was awarded bridgo. Six Dens of Cub Scout Pack Four Have Annual Banquet Chaplain Don Maxfield wai guest speaker, and James Roy, toastmaster Thursday night when six Dens of Pack Four of Cub Scouts entertained their parents with tht annual Blue and Gold Banquet at Hotel Noble, Chaplain Maxfield spoke to th« 140 guests on "Pine Heritage, A Proud Future." Jimmie Edwards was in charge of the award ceremony with Carl Lay, Will Allen Pickard and Ruchen Chandler presenting musical selections throughout the evening. At this banquet the highest award, Webelos Badge, went to Jon Bruton, Bill Buchanan, Jimmie Edwards, James Ray Grigsby Joe Rainwater, Richard Ritchey and Richard Hill Wyatt. Others receiving awards were Lark Anderson, one gold arrow point, one silver arrow point: James Bilbrey, Bear Badge, one gold and one silver arrow point; Ronnie Dunlap, one gold arrow point; Gary Ellis, Bear Badge, one gold and two silver arrow points; Mike Huffman, Bear Badge, one gold arrow point; John Mister, one silver arrow point; W. A. Pickard, two silver arrow points; Charles Whitley, Bear Badge, one gold arrow point: Clyde John Wilson, Bear Badge, one gold arrow and one silver arrow point. Others went to Robert Kapp, one old Bear arrow point, one year service star; Bill Nelson, two year service star; U. W. Mullins, two i'ear service star: David Sudbury, one gold Bear and one silver arrow'' joint, two wolf arrow points and one year service star; Preston >.mpbell, Bear Badge, two silver Wolf arrow points; Jim Carter, Bear Badge, one gold Bear arrow point, one silver Wolf arrow points. Laytori. George, two silver bear arrow points; Ronald Hardesty. Bear Badge, one gold Bear arrow point and two silver Bear arrow points; Tommy Hrabovslcy, Bear Badge, one year service star; Carl Lay. one silver Bear arrow point; Cornelius Modinger, two silver Bear arrow points; John Smoiher- mon, three silver Bear arrow points. Den Five recipients were Jerry Bammsr, Wolf Badge; Jimmy Coleman, Wolf Badge;' .Larry Crocker, one silver arrow points; Bill Hughes, one silver wolf arrow point; Walter Marble, one silver wolf arrow point; Jim Spence, Harold Sudbury, Doug Summervllle and Eddie Warrington, ail received one silver wolf arrow point with Steve Weldman receiving a wolf badge. One year service pins went to Ronnie Ellis, Bill Hudson, Kenneth Lee, Dewayne Tinker, James Roy. Malcolm Perkins was given two Wolf silver arrow points and Gary Hughey received the Wolf Badge. , Lion Badges and arrow points were given to Gordon Caffey, Lion Badge,' one silver Bear arrow points and one gold Lion arrow point; John Stickmon, Lion Badge, one gold and two silver Lion arrow points; Rueben Chandler, Lion Badge, one gold and one silver Lion arrow point; Vaughn Jerome, Lion Badge, one silver Bear arrow point and two year service star and Dave Kenman, Lion Badge. Indian, Valentine, Cub Scout and Webelos decorations were used for the banquet with each den decorating its table. Friday Club members and one guest, Mrs. C. C. Councille. were entertained with a dessert-bridge at the home of Mrs. Farris McCalla. The hostess used red carnations to decorate her home. Mrs. James Roy won high in the games, Mrs. Ed Tune, second high, and Mrs. Bob Logan, bridgo. Luncheon and ReJyearsal Dinner Climax Events Honoring Miss Long Climaxing the series of pre-nuptial events honoring Miss Sandra Long, who will exchange vows with Pat Smothermon tomorrow, was a luncheon and rehearsal dinner at Hotel Noble today. Mrs. E. L. Boggs and her daughter, Miss Jerry Boggs, entertained Miss Long and her feminine attendants with a luncheon in the main dining room of Hotel Noble Bridesmaids Luncheon Given at Hotel The bridesmaid! of the Nichol*Cooke wedding were honored at a luncheon tdoay at 1 p.m. in the main dining room of Hotel Noble by Mrs. Jack Hamman, the matron of honor, of Memphis and her mother, Mrs. George H. Stickler of Jonesboro. Places were set for 12 at the table, which was centered with a fourteen inch white satin tree surrounded by pink carnations to carry out the bride-elects .wedding colors. There were small pink baby ribbons running to each place were marked by small silver mint boxes. These mint boxes, which served as placecards, were filled with pink after dinner mints. Miss Nichols place was marked by a white corsage which she pinned to her trousseau frock of white faille featuring a scooped neckline and jeweled belt. The hostess also prsented the bride-elect with a dinner, plate in her chosen China. today. Using a Valentine theme, guests | Theta Rho Entertaining For Mothers Fabric blends are more numerous than ever this spring. To mention just a few: silk and wool, silk and cashmere, silk and cotton, silk and worsted, linen and wool, worsted and linen. More' lightweight fabrics than ever before. J.O.Y. Circle Conducts Meeting In Johnson Home Seven members and three visitors of J. O. Y. Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson Thursday evening. Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt. Mrs. Homer Jorter and Mrs. Junior Presnell were visitors of the Circle. Opening prayer was given by Mrs Roy Schuhart with Mrs. James Hampton conducting the business session. The Rev. Mr. Johnson gave the devotional. A surprise stork shower for the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson's daughter, Mrs. Ray Carter Members of the Theta Rho Club are entertaining their mothers with a banquet tonight in the IOOF Hall ai 7:30. of Birmingham, Ala., replaced the uusal program. Mrs. Johnson received the gifts For her daughter in her absence. Refreshments were served after which Mrs. Presnell and Mrs. Paul McDaniel led the closing prayers. were seated at a long table centered with an arrangement of red and white carnations accented with white hearts. Placed the length of the table were red styrofoam hearts holding cupids. Miss Long's place was marked with a red and white carnation corsage. The hostesses also presented her with a silver relish dish. Mrs. Toby Long and Mrs. Jim Smothermon, mothers of the engaged couple, were special guests. Tonight at the hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Smothermon will entertain with a rehearsal dinner for the wedding part. Miss Long will wear for the occasion a gold quilted skirt and black jerse blouse. She will receive a corsage of gold gardenias. Miss Long and Mr. Smothermon will present their attendants with gifts at this dinner. Gosnell Honor Roll Is Announced Audrey Gorden, Ann Walker, Linda Hallmark, Buford Brackin, Ernest Crawford and Roy Lynn Via top the third six weeks honor roll at Gosnell High School. Others appearing on the list are Mary Jo Travis, Mavis Lollar, Eddie Casteel, Doris Adams, Donald Mosley, Fred Applegate, Sharra Via, Juanlta. Welch, Donald West. Faye Caldwell, Carolyn Potter, Christine Stark, Phyllis Pearson and Linda Cotton. Also on the list are Sue Sparks, Lena Middleton, Joyce Brown, Brenda Bates, Roy Baiter. Jr., Patti Davis, Bobby Raspberry, Charlotte Weatherly, Betty Earp, Jean Pearson, Marion Drane, Wanda Whittle, Bob Reagan, Edna Whittle, Willean Ward,' Mary I Prince, Sue Lollar, Bernice Burris, Barbara Bevill, Henry Davis Hoyt Crawford. Program on Interior Decorating Pmentedat Woman's Club Meeting A program on interior decorating was given yesterday at the monthly meeting of Blytheville Woman's Club. Guest speaker for the afternoon was .Mr*. Jane Mars of Seelbinders in Memphis. Mrs. Mars, who has just returned from the market in New York, told of new trends in designs. She stated that the oriental look is being added to rooms with each room to have a touch of red. Mrs. Mars also said that lamps will be taller while tables become shorter. The musical program was presented by Miss Carol. Sceman and Mrs. Joe Goodman. Miss Seeman sang "Into the Night," and "Pale Moon," with Ralph Nichols as her accompanist. Mrs. Goodmans selections were, "M Little House," and "Bless This House." She was accompanied by Davis Cobb. Mrs. W. S. Johnston was program chairman. In the business session, presided over by Mrs. Philip Deer, Mrs. e. W. Alford, finance chairman distributed tickets for the spaghetti supper which the club Is sponsoring next Friday. The supper wlU be served at th» clubhouse from 5 to 8 p.m. Mrs. Forrest Moore was winner of the door prize. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. H. C. Bush, Mrs. Harry Bradley, Mrs. R. A. Cary. Mrs. J.'M. Cleveland, Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. H. R. Schmuck. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock and and Mrs. Tom Jackson. Mrs. Everett I. Clark and Mrs^ ojhn Prather were in charge of decoraions. Patsy Gentry, Donald Hyde Reign at Sweetheart Banquet Patsy Gentry was queen and Donald Hyde king Thursday night when the annual Sweetheart Banquet for Trinity Baptist Church young people was held at the church. Sunday School Classes Have Monthly Socials Two Sunday School classes of First Baptist Church held monthly social meetings Thursday night. Homemakers Class met at the home of one. of its new members, Mrs. Harold Brown, with Mrs. Erwin Mitchell, co-hostess. Mrs. F. L. Wicker gave the open- ina prayer preseding the business session conducted by Mrs. Bill Tegethoff, The devotional and closing prayer were given by Mrs. Jack Attaway. In the social hour that followed, games were played and refreshments served. Kings Daughter."; Class met with Mrs. Lloyd Albritton. Thirteen members were in attendance. Mrs. Barney Crook presided and Mrs. William McCormick gave the devotional. GA's of Gosnell Conduct Meeting At Church Girl's Auxiliary of Gosnell Baptist Church met at the church last night. Betty Outhrie, president, led repenting of the watchword. Thwe on program were Diane Bak«r, Betty Guthrle, Sandm Kay Crowe and Barbara Lane. Joining the organization last night were Sucie Sparki, Lucille Priest and Sandra Kay Crowe with Patsy Carl Harmon being a visitor. 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If you're a brunette *ith pale skin, .for instance, you can wear pale colors, too. Banquet tables held white foam hearts studded with red pom-poms and red tapers in silver candle holders. The Rev. Bill Cook, pastor of the church, offered the Invocation with the Rev. John Gearing, county associational missionary, giving the devotional. Following the banquet two skits were presented with the affair being concluded with group singing of "Blessed Be The Tie," and prayer by the Rev, Mr. Gearing. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. H. G. Wright, Rt. 2, city Ira Gray, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Laura Burnett, city Elby Williams, Manila Mrs. Clifford Graham, city Charles Hllrfurn, city Joe Cunningham, city Mrs. Johnson BlackweU, city Robert C. Coleman, city Annie Lee Pulley and baby, city Sheila Bufford, city Minnie Jackson, city Mrs. Joe Burton and baby, Cooler Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Rudolph Lambert and baby, Rt. 3. city Mrs. Martin E. 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