The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1956 · Page 2
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PAGITWtj BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 19M - Society News - a Inn MalLnrv iru>i»)v Editor * Ph( Miai Millie Ann Maltory, Socwty Editor Phone 3-4461 Mist Betty Ann Mulling Engagement of Miss Mullins To Donald Rice Is Announced Mr and Mrs. R. Ottis Mullins today announced the en- •gagement of their daughter, Betty Ann, to Donald Eugene Rice, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Rice, all of this city. I . _ •_. , ...:ii_ ii,_ A -I Miss Mullins was graduated from Blytheville High School in 1953 and was active in extra-curricular activities there. She was a member of the Beta Club and a capella choir; treasurer of Masque and Gavel; vice-president o£ Future Teachers of America and on the Chickasaw staff. Since graduation she has been associated with the Arkansas-Missouri Power Company. Mr. Rice was graduated from Blytheville High School in 1951. After attending LaTourneau Tech in Longview, Tex., he served two years with the armed forces and is currently attending Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. Plans for an early spring wedding are being made. Gourmet Cooking Program Topk And Decorations at Chapter N PEO Gourmet cooking was the program topic and decoration theme yesterday when. Chapter N PEO members met at the home of Mrs. R. A. Nelson for a 1 p.m. luncheon and program meeting. Mrs. Jim Smart wa» co-hostess tor the affair. Luncheon was served from the dining table and individual tables. On the dining table a miniature kitchen icene was used with individual tables being centered with cranberry scoops filled with small kitchen utensils and-daisies. Furthering the yellow and whit* color scheme were a giant cook book and salad bowl filled with an array of colorful vegetables^ on the mantle. Ptacecards with miniature reciep books. 'Mrs. C. A. Cunningham gave the program from Gourmet magazine and at the conclusion presented Mrs. Byrum Entertains with Canasta Party Mrs. Denny Byrum entertained with a canasta party at her home Trursday evening. Game winners were Mrs. Douglas Deen and Mrs. J. T. Ritchey. During the evening the hostess •erved refreshments. At tlx Hospitals Blytheville Hospital . Dismissed: Mrs. Doyle Prltchard. Cooler Chickasaivba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Duncan, city Mrs. Ovious Bell, city Mrs. Troy Elliott and baby, city Mildred Stutsman, city CANADIAN MINING MANUAL SO MOST ACTIVI MARKET TRADERS AND "CANADIAN MINING .M. IE VIEW" — FOR ADUI.TS ONLY WHO CAN AFFORD TO SPECULATE. WHUIIR * COMPANY 100 MT »TIH» ^ MAN TOtOMTO 1, CANAM fj U | u fe,4 -CANADIAN MNWG MANUAL" *» hl»n»HHB « «w SO IM* oclin MMhg »4 -CANADIAN MINING NYIIW, each of the 13 members present with a copy of the February issue. Mrs. Chester Caldwell was in charge of the business session . Christian Adventurers Class Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Win Wells entertained Christian Adventurers Class of First Christian Church in the church social hall last night with 18 members present. As members arrived, they were piesented a Valentine heart on which was inscribed the name of famous lovers. Members in turn had to. seek out their partner in dramatization manner. In keeping with the lovers theme the ladies had to serve the gentlemen refreshments. Concluding the social hour games, contests and a song fest were held. Vernon Strickland, class president, conducted the business session with the Rev. James Rainwater leading the opening prayer. At this time, plans were discussed concerning the class' part in the parsonage project and Mr. and Mrs, Bill Zimmerly, new members, were introduced to the group. Taking a winter vacation? Take a light coat and a sweater or two if you're headed for the tropics. Gets cool and breezy at night. Black cotton gloves in slightly I longer lengths get rhinestone touches for late-day wear. Bits of News f^erionaf Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison have as their guest their nephew, Bill Harrison, of Pontiac, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Eankin of Little Rock will return to their home tomorrow after a visit of several days here with their daughter, Mrs. E. L. Boggs, Mr. Boggs and daughter. Jerry. They came especially for the birthday selebra- tion for Miss Boggs. Mrs. John S. Hudson and children of Montgomery, Ala., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson, and other relatives. Dr. John Edd Clouse of Griffin, Ga., will arrive today to join his wife and daughter who have been visiting,her father, Ernest Roe, and Mrs. Roe for the past several days. Mrs. Edward E. Smith and son Chris of Plainfield, N. J., will arrive tomorrow for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman. They will fly to Memphis and be met there by Mr. and Mrs. Weedman. Sgt. and Mrs. Nathan Sturch and children left yesterday for Chester, 111., to be with her grandmother who is critically ill. Mrs. Fred Bean and daughter Linda are spending the • weekend in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tyrone and children and Mrs. J. L. Tyrone of Sikeston were overnight guests of Mr. .and Mrs. John Tyrone. They will visit in Memphis today and return here tomorrow to visit. Harold Crump spent yesterday in Nashville, Tenn., on business. Capt. Erwin Mitchell will arrive in Memphis tomorrow night 'by plane from Athens, Greece where he has been stationed for the past six months teaching an aviation maintenance course. He will be met in Memphis by Mrs. Mitchell and children and returned here for a 25 day furlough. While here he will also visit Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren and son Bobby are spending the weekend in Corinth, Miss., visiting her parents, Mr .and Mrs. John McCarter. Mrs. Nathan Wade of Fulton, Ky-, arrived yesterday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mullins, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade, Sr. Mrs. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Mullins, Miss Betty Ann Mullins .and Donald Rice are spending today in Memphis. Dutch Luncheon Given for Lydia Class A Dutch luncheon for 12 members and two visitors of Lydia Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church was held at the home of Mrs. Adolph Heinicke this Week. Mrs. V. E. Calvary was co-hostess for the regular monthly social and business meeting. Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr., gave the devotional. The class teacher, Mrs Theodore Logan, and Mrs. Gill Cash offered prayers. Armorel HD Club Has Workshop A workshop on straw bags was held Thursday when Armorel Home Demonstration Club met at the Forty and Eight Community Center. Mrs. Lee Stiles of Blytheville gave a demonstration on these bags following a potluck luncheon. Another guest of the group was Mrs. Dave Halstead, also of Blytheville. The club will hold its next meeting at the home of Mrs. B. L. Adkisson in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Etleme Mr. Mrs. Etieme of Steek Celebrate Golden -Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Pete Etieme of Steele will celebrate their »olden wedding anniversary tonight at the St. Joseph_Catholic Dhurch. Father Huel, pastor of the church, + '• will officiate at the mass with a reception to follow. Mr. and Mrs. Etieme were inar- ried in Leopold, Ind., and moved to Steele in 1936 where they 'have since resided. They are parents of seven children, Omas Etieme of Hobart, Ind., Edward Etieme and Carl Etieme of Danville, Ind.: Leonard Etieme of Steele, Mrs. W. C. Sharp and Mrs. Kenneth Hardesty of Blytheville and a baby Aneta Etieme who passed away at the age of 18 months. Miss Sanford, Freddie Swindle To Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. William E. Sanford of Steele are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Wanda May. to Freddie Glen Swindle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swindle of Steele. Miss Sanford at the present is a senior of Holland High School. Mr. Swindle, a 1954 graduate of Holland High School, is now employed at Kroger Store in Blytheville. The couple will exchange vows March 4. Lottie Moon YWA Meets In Gentry Home;' {' Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary met Thursday night nt the home of Miss Patsy Ujjmtry with ten members and two visl^hrs, Mrs. C. B. Gentry and Vicky Gentry, present. ' Shirley Williams iea the opening prayer following repeating of the watchword. Miss Gentry conducted the business session and Marcella Ray gave the devotional and also had charge of the program. Grace Caldwell dismissed the group after which the hostess served refreshments. The low-cut, casual shoe can be as elegant as its dressier sisters If i''s kept-polished to perfection. Mrs. Rainwater, Mrs. Woodyard Visit Guild Air Force Base Chapel Guild had as guests Mrs. James Rainwater and Mrs. Kay Woodyard when it met Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. Hazel Fulkerson. Mrs. Rainwater spoke to the group concerning the work that has been done in Blytheville for migrants by the United Council of Church Women. . , The devotional was given by Mrs. Woodyard. Mrs. Fulkerson used the Valen-" tint theme in decorating her refreshment table. Coming Events Saturday Cotillion Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hord and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughei. MONDAY Past Matrons and Patrons Club having covered-dish dinner at Masonic Temple. 7 p.m. Mrs. T. J. Bailey and Mrs. Frank Ellis are hostesses. Band Parents Club meeting at nigh school, 1:30 p.m. WSCS Circles of First Methodist Church meeting. Circle One with Mrs. Fred Bean. Circle Two with Mrs. John Arends. Circle Three with Mrs. E. B. Gee. Circle Four with • Mrs. George Hubbard, Sr. Circle Five with Mrs. O. E. •Knudsen. Circle Six with Mrs. W. F. Morrow Circle Seven with Mrs. Bob Gardner, 8 p.m. WMU Circle of First Baptist Church meeting. Circle One .with Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. , Circle Two with Mrs. J. W. Rayder. . Circle Three with Mrs. F. E. Utley. Circle Four with Mrs. Russell Marr. •• ' ' Circle Five with Mrs. Ivy Crawford. Circle Six with Mrs. Adolph Heiniclte. Circle Seven with Mrs. Ben Abbott. Women of Presbyterian Church having general meeting, 2 p.m. TUESDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertaining husbands with canasta and bridge party at Hotel Noble. Valentine Sweetheart, Mrs. Elwood Deen, also, will be honored. Hostesses are Mrs. Joe Ewing, Mrs. Billy Driver, Mrs. Foy Btchieson and Mrs. Frank Hall. Alpha Alpha Chapter meeting at home of Mrs. Glenn Teague. Mrs. Jesse Eubanks is co-hostess. Tuesday Canatsn Club meeting with Mrs. L. 0. Gill. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting Paul Jobe. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Charles Rose. Chapter D PEO meeting with Mrs B. A. Lynch for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. M. 0. Usrey is co- hostess. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Joe McHaney. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7:30 p.m Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., 1025 W. Main, 7:30 p.m. Miss Florence Moore is oo-hostess. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Night Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Hugh Caffey. Town and Country Club meeting Seymours Guest At Training Union Supper Mi and Mrs. Hubert Seymour were guests last night when Adult Training Union Class of First Baptist Church was entertained with a potluck supper at the H. C. Blankenship home. Following the supper the remainder of the evening was spent informally. Mrs. Gardner Entertains Vendredi Club Mrs. Bob Gardner entertained Vendredi Bridge Club members with a dessert-bridge at her home last night. Bridge winners were Mrs. Prank Hall, high, Mrs. Dick Shanks, second high, and Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. traveling prize. Never wear a color or a hat or a hairdo just because everybody else is. Best way to develop a fashion sense is to learn to pick things becoming to you and to have the courage to reject those that are not. Try a sleeveless, day - length sheath of brocade for your festive evenings this fall and winter. You can make it or buy it, have it one- piece or two-piece. Purpose of a hat is to make a woman look pretty. If it doesn't, don't buy it. But when you try on hats, see yourself full-length and seated, too. DONUT SHOP 2008 W. Main St. Phone 3-9645 Glazed and Cake Donutt Freih Thrct Times Daily — Hot fried Piet — OPEN 'TIL 9:00 P.M. EACH NIGHT OPEN SUNDAY FROM 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Centrally Located For Easy Shopping mDortku Ljrau Cot* \euion 'JLJ HI-WAY DRUG W* Give Top Value Stamp* fnmu HtMer, M|. Pktnucltt A MfT Ckarln (Irnudnn, nwnef Main at Division Phono 2-2011 $125 SUNDAY $125 1 DINNER 1 APPETIZERS Vegetable Beef Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Stewed Chicken and Dumplings Roast Beef with Brown Gravy Savory Salmon Loaf with Creole Sauce CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Early June Peas Asparagus Spears with Cheese Sauce Buttered Whole Kernel Corn Snowflake Potatoes SALAD Pineapple, and Cottage Cheese Salad DESSERT Cherry Cobbler Special-One Day Only SMALL FILET MIGNON With Salad and French Fries $ I I $ * 1 RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blytheville'i Favorite Eating Place . -fa Don't just talk about your symptoms—do something to get back on the' Road to Recovery. The first step Js to go and have a talk with your Doctor. Get his diagnosis—and bring his prescriptions to this Reliable professional pharmacy for prompt, precise compounding. 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