The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 5, 1955
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PAGE TWO BtYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)" COUWER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 19SB - Society News - .-_ A«« M«Mrt.Mr Snj-iotv fiMifrrtr * PflOl Miu Millie Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone S-4461 Miss Elolse Richardson Engagement of Eloise Richardson To Lynn Stevens Is Announced Mr and Mrs Oliver Richardson announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Myra,Eloise Richardson to Lynn Garr Stevens, son of Mrs. Muriel Stevens and the late Mr. Stevens of Las Vegas, Nev. The wedding will be solemnized Dec. 4, at rirst Baptist Church here. The bride-elect is the grand daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luke I. Richardson of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. William Cleveland Crowe of'Caruthersville, Mo. She was graduated from Blytheville High School where she was a Miss Killian Complimented With Parties Miss Dixie Killian was complimented again when Mrs. Charles Czeschin. Jr., entertained with a dessert-bridge at her home on Holly. Chrysanthemums and marigolds in profusion were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the home with the same flowers being used to center the individual tables. A chrysanthemum corsage and gift of crystal was presented to the bride-elect. She was dressed for the event in a brown shenth dress featuring green velvet trim. Out-of-town guests at the party were Mrs. Jim Cheadle and Mrs. James Fleeman of Manila. Mrs. Robert Killian, mother ol the honorce. won high in the games, Ms. Charles .Crigger. in, second high, and Mrs. Cheadle, bridgo. Thursday, Miss Killian was honored when her mother's bridge club entertained with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. Novelty corsages marie of kitchen utensils marked each guest's place with centerpieces on the individual tables being measuring cups filled with chrysanthemums and dahlias. These centerpieces were set In a bed of kitchen utensils. Guests of the club were Mrs. Fred Fireman of Blytheville and Mrs. Gene Fleeman of Manila. Mrs. Jess White won high in the bridge games with bridgo going to Mrs. Fred Flerman. Susan Scherer Celebrates Tenth Birthday Sus.'n Ann Srhf-rfT, daughter ol M:, ;md Mrs. Leon Scherrr, r.elebrat- ptl her tenth birthday yr.sterctny v.hen h<v mother entertained 18 of her friends \vith a party. Relrcshtneius of cupcakes and orangeade \vere served fauirs of pencils uere [iiven. member of the Newcomers Club, Masque and Gavel Club, Red Pepper Club, high school band, student council and was editor of The Chictasaw her senior year. Miss Richardson attended the University of Texas at Austin. Tex The groom-elect Is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stevens and Mrs. Elbert Chandler and the late Mr. Chandler of Las Vegas. Upon graduation from high school in Las Vegas he enlisted In the Air Force and has just returned from Korea. He is now stationed at Blytheville Air Force Basi. Dorcas Class Has Meeting At Church Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church met at the church yesterday With n business meeting followed by a social. Mrs. M. W. Lewis presided over the business session with Mrs. W. W. Watson leading the opening prayer. Reports were given by committee chairmen and oHicers. In other business, plans were made for a Christmas party at the home of Mis. C. S. Lemons, Dec. 0. Mrs. Lemons gave the devotional on "The Miracle of Jews Rcgathcr- ing." Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr., dismissed the group. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. J. W. portlock and Mrs. S. J. McDearmon. Mrs. Smart PresentsProgran At Chapter N Mrs. Jim Smart presented the program yesterday when Chapter N PEO met at the.home of Mrs. Elton Kirby with 12 members present,.. In'keeping with the theme of the year, "PEO Newsstand." Mrs. Smart used as her topic, "Cosmopolitan Magazine," and spoke on the wort: the women of the United States nr' doing today. Following the program, the hostess served party foods and collec from her dinnnig table which was centered with a striking arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums (tanked by yellow tapers in silver candelabra. NOTICE We hav« arranged for you to hear Dr. George L. Waldlmtt, famous Allergist of Detroit, over Kl.CN Sunday al 12:30 V'.M. He is the founder and former head of allergy clinic* of five hospitals of Detroit. He reported the first dea^h from penicillin And published more than one hundred other contributions to medical research. You owe it to yourself to hear Dr. Waldbott. He will explain to you— WHAT ARK THE HAZARDS OF FLUORIDATION? The process of adding sodium fluoride to municipal drinking water can be harardous In teeth, hatardous to general health, and hazardous to life; H can produce death. COMMITTEE AGAINST FLUORIDAT10N Frank C. DouflM, Chairman Weekly Card Clubs Conduct Games Thursday and Friday card clubs conducted games this week. Chillion Club met at the home of Mrs. Mary Hatfield Thursday with Mrs. Edith Permenter the only guest. Mrs. E. R. Jackson won high in the games, Mrs. O. O. Elkins, second high, and Mrs. Sally Freeman, third. Mrs. R. E. Green entertained La Nueve Club members and guests al the Rustic Inn Thursday. Guests were Mrs. . James L. Brooks, Mrs. Bill Welch, Mr?. Russell H. Farr, Mrs. Ben Harpnle, Mrs. Jada McGuire, and Mrs. Mary Jane Perkin. Bronze cushion chrysanthemums were used for centerpieces. Bridge winners were Mrs. Coleman Stevens, high, Mrs. Harpole, second high. Fall f^.iage and chrysanthemums centered the luncheon table when Mrs. W- L. Homer entertained Mid- Week Club and one guest, Mrs. Ed Dicks. Mrs. Harry W, Haines and Mrs. Aubrey Conway were high scorers in the games. HONORED ON BIRTHDAY — Mrs. Eula Rutledge (left) and Mrs. A. M. R. Branson are shown at the luncheon given for them on their birthdays Thursday by the Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church. (Courier News Photo) Kibitzer Club was entertained at! thi M Mrs. Robert McHaney George Hubbard, Jr., were bridge winners. A dessert course preceded the games. rviuiLtei X-.1UU v- a.& cnuci miiicu ui ; -t 1 T T "I rs.^'TwSms^r'^ by Mrs. Branson, Rutledge Honored Mrs. Robert McHaney and Mrs. D On Birthday by Ladies Bible Class A two - course served when Thursd the home of Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. J. A Leech and Mrs. C. W. Afflick won the bridge games. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson was honored on her 93rd birth- luncheon was! (j ay anc i Mrs. Eula Rutledge on her 83rd birthday Thursday ay Club met at : ,,. h - on , , (1i()< . Bjb!e Class of p jrst Methodist Church enter- a surprise luncheon in Fellowship Hall of the tained with church. Mrs. Branson and Mrs. Rutledge both are widows of Meihotiist ministers with Mrs. Branson being a lifetime resident of Mississippi Mrs. .John Cherry. Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mrs. E. B. Stout were all guests Thursday when Mrs. Chester Caldwell was hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. a former member of the club, returned ; as a member this week. i Bridge winners were Mrs rher-1 iJt'ffPU I rtt ry. high, and Mrs. Rodney Bannis- -L ' t-Jt't-t- ««• ter. second high. Chrysanthemums were used to decorate the Caldwell home. \.New Members Vendredi Club was entertained at the Razorback last night by Mrs. Billy Joe Gean. Mrs. Everett Peterson and Mrs George Ford wereg uests. Bridge winners were Mrs. Bill Slack, high, Mrs. .Bob MctcaUc, second high, and Mrs. Peterson, j bridgo. i Ms. Lloyd Whittaker decorated her home with chrysanthemums and used matching tallies yesterday when she was hostess to Fri-; day Contract Club. i Playing with the club were Mrs. j Singberl, Jiedel and Mrs. Fred San-1 defur. Mrs. R. B. Stout won hiph in the games, Mrs. Sandefur, second high, and Mrs. Loy Welch, bridgo. Jaycette Meet Mrs. Homer Smith, Mrs. C. C. Siephenson, Mrs. John Palmer and Mrs. L. B. Garner \vere ail new members when' Jayccttes met 'at the home of Mrs. Joe Warren Thursday night. In the business session, conducted by Mrs. George Anderson, plans for a Thanksgiving benefit were made. Rebekah Lodge Has Party Rebekah Lodge met for a Hailo- ween party and supper Monday night. Each guest arrived in costume with her supper tied in a kerchief. Winners in the costume contest was Josephine Lennelt, first, and Sadie Cuningham, second. Wedding Party Honored With Rehearal Dinner Members of the Shcppard-Graham wedding party were entertained with a rehearsal dinner at the home ot UIP bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Roy Sheppard. During the evening, attendants j were presented gifts. ] This evening at 7 p.m. at Trinity Baptist Church. Miss Shirley Sheppard \vi\l become the bride ot Dwaine Graham, County and Mrs, Rutledge having come here from Kentucky at the age of nine. She has made her home here except for a short time, since then. "Lisht," was the theme used in dec oral in n for the party with yeL-! low floral arrangements, symbolic ol lik'ht. bein? used. The table cen- terp;pt:e was of giant yellow chrysanthemums. On the organ in the room fl Thanksgiving centerpiece was used. This was made by Mrs. Henry Younp. The cake was white decorated in yellow with 93 being used in tine corner and 83 in the other. The honorees were presented electric clocks and cards by the group. Mrs. XV. N 1 . Stan (.on was chairman for the luncheon with Mrs. A. E. Humley, Mrs. C. W. Ramey and Mrs. O. C. Gan. c ke assisting her. Following a candlelighting ceremony, the book "When Poppa Was a Preacher," WHS reviewed by Mrs. Paul Jobe. Group singing of "Follow the Gleam," and "Auld Lang Syne," ended the party. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal had as guesu this week Mr. Rosen- ihal's sisters, Mrs. Delia Koenip-- berg of Los Angeles, Calif, and Mrs. Gertie Cohen of Denver, Colo. They also had his niece and nephew,' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen oi Jackson, Tenn., and his cousin, Mrs. Clarence Prairer of St. Louis . Mr. and Mrs. Gene Strickland announce the birth of a son, Nov. 3 at Blytheville Hospital. Their first chilrt,\he bnby has been named Joe Thomas. Mrs. Strickland is the former Betty Sue King. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Weedman announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Thursday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Julia Lea. Mrs. Weedman is the former Miss Ann Copeland of Osceola. Mrs. J. J. Moore, Jr., Mrs. Jim Fowler and daughter Polly spent yesterda yin Memphis. Pfc. Robert Wayne Burnham arrived yesterday at noon in San Diego, Calif., by plane from the Far East where he has been serving with the Marine Corps aboard the USS Philippean Sea. ,He will now be stationed at San Diego. Pfc. Burnham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester _ Burnham of Torrance, Calif., for-j mer Blytheville residents. Miss Ann Seay, student at Ole Miss, Is spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. TI. Seay. Miss Smadel Sweareng-en, student at the university of Missouri, is the weekend guest of. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen. Among BlytheviUe residents in Jonesboro yesterday to attend the District W. M. U. meeting at the First Baptist Church there were Mrs. Oscar Hutchmson, Mrs. Sam Hall. Mrs. A. L. Richardson. Mrs.- Drew Hughey, Mrs. Peggy Buchanan and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson. Robert N. Cherry of ShelbyvilLe, Ind.. will arrive today to visit his brother, J. Louis Cherry, and Mrs. Cherry for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holmes announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Charlotte Ann. Mrs. Holmes is the former Dorothy Sue Williford. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peas will return to their home in Atlanta. Ga., tomorrow after a visit here with relatives. One inch of rain means mor« than 100 tons of water to an acre. SELECTED FOR CHOIR—Miss Martha Ann Foster, who was awarded a scholarship to CQttey College at Nevacm. Mo., by Chapter N PEO isterhood here, has been selected as a member of the choir at the college and from the choir she was selected as a member of the trip. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blythevil!* , |~ Phone 3-4621 \ § Weekdays Show Starts 7:0(1 ^ p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m i Coming Events MONDAY Women of Presbyterian Church Executive Board meeting at, 2 p.m. at the church. SAVE UP TO 40% on Auto Insurance ft p»fi to fauw X»w STATE FARM Ag«nf FRED T. RATLIFF 1018 Spruce Ph. 3-80 Blytheville, Ark. OPEN tHURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk SATURDAY & SUNDAY Double Feature ALSO CARTOON $125 SUNDAY $125 DINNER 1 1 APPETIZERS Chicken Soup with Rice Chilled Tomalo Juice ENTREE Baked Young Tom Turkey & Sage Dressing Roast Prime Rib of Beef & Natural Gravy Breaded Veal Cutlets & Cream Gravy CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Buttered June Peas Macaroni AuGratin Buttered Broccoli Spears Snowflake Potatoes SALAD Comhination Vegetahl* Salad & French Dressing DESSERT Banana Cream Pudding Serving Horn* Made Hot Rolls RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blyrhtvillt'i Fovorir* Earing Place Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature AND — Serial "Cap!. Africa" No. 9 Cartoon "Popeye Mvrthday" SUNDAY & MONDAY Douhle Feature METRO NEWS The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! SATURDAY Douhle Feature * REPUBLIC PRODUCTION — AND — ORIGINAL TARZAN HIT! 'THE APE MAN /**-- CARTOON & SERIAL SAT. 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