PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, .OCTOBER 23,1954 - Society News - o Ann Mollnvv Snclptv FMtOr * Phon MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Caldwell Becomes Country Club Hostess Mrs. William H. Cnldwell of | Elbert Johnson Speaks at Womans Club The Woman's Club held its Bits of News Memphis will become hostess of; «<^ .*»..<«., .-, *-. the Blvtheville Couniry Club Turs-] monthly mceUnR yesterday alu-r- day succeeding Mrs. Welch Post-1"""" at ihc club hou*r, Ihr tic-n- er who has re.s.gned because of "'->' m«'im K was preceded by a poiluck luncheon. Tin- fables where the j-ue.sts won- seated wore centered with arrangements of fall flowers nnd H:illo- ween decorations were used throughout the club, Mrs. Charles CV.oschin was in charge of the program and int Mr. Foster's ill health. The position here will be the first of this kind ior Mrs. Caldwell, who for a number of years was director of the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville. Mrs. Caldwell has hnd wide experience in hotel and country club activities as the wife of a veteran hotel man who also was manager of the Colonial Country Club in Memphis three years, when ihcy made their home at the club. The former Miss Dorothy Christie or Jackson, Tenn., she was rear- dueed Elbert, Johnson, who spoke on the proposed constitutional amendments which will be voted on in the General election Nov. 2. Several musical .selections were presented by ihc Junior High Boys Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Jerry Lowe ed there. The Caldwclls resided at | p ,p sp , Uetl a pir , n ,, sr io (: ijnn, "Hit- Hotel Hermitage in Nashville un-j,,.,, Flr(? n , mce •• hy DcFnlla. Mrs. til they moved Co Memphis four j Cecj] , jOWO| m \, s i 0 chairman, years ago. Mrs. Caldwel! will be n^si.sted in operation ol the dim.ie room j lo ^~^'^ c si'lx"pncio7-y! on weekends and holidays by their j Hostesses for the was in Following the mc-etiriK the group son. Bill Caldwell, Jr., who recently re turned to his studies in hotel management at Memphis State College after having been stationed in Germany with the Army. Mrs. Caldwell and Bill Jr., arrived today to be guests of the Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris'. before moving to the club, where she will make her home. Supper Club Has Halloween Party at Hut The Thursday Night Supper Club was entertained with a Halloween party at the Legion Hut this week by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipscomb. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moxlcy find Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Welch. Tables where the guests were seated were centered with arrangements of bronze chrysanthemums flanked by yellow tapers In crystal candelabra. Spooks and ghosts were suspended from the ceiling nnd windows and lighted jack-o-lanterns were used throughout the entertaining room. The 70 guests ciune in costume and prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pnfford. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley and Mr.- and Mrs. Irving Glass. Classic Headliner Mrs, Harry Bradley, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. H. C. Allen. Mrs, Riley Adams, Mrs. Jame.s Oate.s, Mrs. J. E. Crook, Mrs. W. I. Donton, Mrs. Fred Bean, Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Mrs. Earl Damon and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Alford Entertains Thursday Club Mrs. Charles Alford entertained members of the Thursday Bridge Club this week with a dessert- bridge. Mrs Ray Hall wns high score winner in the bridge games and Mrs. Cecil Lowe won bridgo. Pall flowers were used throughout the entutaininn rooms and tin: packages were wrapped In keeping with the Halloween theme. Lottie Moon YWA Conducts Meeting The Lollle Moon YOIIIIR Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met nt the home of .Miss Pntsy Honson Thursday night. There were IS in embers, fivo new in embers, Pnfsy Gentry, Belly Crocker, Barbara Sawyers, Car- lenp Tnfe, and I.oubrrta Henson. nnd throe visitors present. The meeting WHS opened with the group repenting the watchword followed wllh prayer by G lend ft Ray. Clunt Hue Ray pn'skled over the business sns.si.nn mul tin 1 devotional wns given by Miss Hcn- .son. Mrs. C. S. Birmingham dismissed the group with prayer nnd lhe hostess served refreshments. Read Courier New* Classified Ada 1 Among those in Little Rock to' (Jay io niiPMrt the football f<amr »™ | J)oylc Turner and Frank Nichol- j 'i()ll. ! Mtss Jeanne Campbell jind Jack • Elliott, students at Ole Mis;,, are ) weekend RUf-sls ol their purcnls, ! Mr. and Mrs, Russell Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Mall Scruggs. Gur-si of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant is Miss Betty Bryant of New- hem, Tfiui. John Hugh Tyrone is the weekend Kue.st of his pn rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone. He was accompanied home by Larry Cox ol Pan- nnui. Both are students at Arkansas A. and M. College in Monu- cello. Jewell Loll of Nashville. Tenn., a former BlythcviNe resident, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller. Cpl. and Mrs. Bobby McDaniel announce the birth oi a daughter, Oct. M). The baby has been iiiuned An^rHii Diane. Mrs. McDanicl Is tlit: former Miss Jeane Whatlcy of Pa.sr.'iKoulii, Miss. • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graham are in Little Rock today to attend lhe football name. They were the overnwht quests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stanley in Memphis, who accompanied them to the football B »inc. Condition of Billy Miller, who has been confined to his home with tnVliien'Aft for the past several days, is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Robinson and son, Randy, of Corning, are spending the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson, nnd other relatives. Ann nnd Sue Robinson and Charles Whitlcy will htivfj "open house" this afternoon at the Robinson home complimenting their young cousin. Those from out-of-town here yesterday to attend the funeral services for Charles William Rniney were Mr. and Mrs, Billy George, Mr. and Mrs. I'mil Orange, Mr. Hiul Mrs. Sum Brown. Will turn King, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis George, J. Ramcy George, Miss Elizabeth Citsper nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wnyne King of Cypress, III.; Mrs. Gladys A Knew and Mrs. Art Grouse of Momilte; O. M. F'airlcy and son of Osrcnlit: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard, Mrs. H. P. Wnrsley and Mrs. Paul Jackson of Lu.xora; Mr. and Mrs. Dewoy Blake, Manila: Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith, Blnck Onk; Mrs, M. H. Li.ston, I.euehvillK; Mr. find Mr.s. Charles Rnmoy nnd family, ChicHKo; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Gray, Oonwny iind Mrs. Fiske Miles. Jr.. of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs, Ada Drown of Scnrcy has hern the idlest of her son, E. H. Hrnwn. Mrs Brown and daughter, Rohcriii. Ihls week. She will be mnioi-ed home this weekend by her sun. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Johnson are in Jomvsboro today to attend the Arkansas State-Southwest Louisiana Foot bull name. Gupsts ol Mr. nnd Mrs. Cftry Friday Contract Clu b Entertained By Mrs. Farr Mrs. R. C. Parr entertained members of the Friday Contract Club at her home yesterday with a dessert-bridge. j A u i u m n colors were used ! throughout the entertaining rooms and bouquets of red roses and red and yellow pom-pom mums cen- trrrd the tables where the guests were seated. Guests of the group were Mrs. i RiJey .Jones, Mrs. Seigbert Jeidel, I Mrs. W. C. Hlgginson. Mrs. Jesse ! Taylor, Mrs. Fleetwood Joyner, j Mrs. Joe Trieschmann. Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. W. W. Moore, OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program —AND— By Sue Burnett A well tailored .shirtwaist dress in sizes that flatter the slightly fuller figure. An all-sensor: fnvo- j orite with every woman.. Pattern No. 8767 is in sizes 36. 38, 40. 42. 44. 46. 48, 50. 52. Size 38, short sleeves. 4-"v e yards of 39- inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired nnd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6 .III. , Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. REPU8UC PICTMH ION HALL PJRHAN BET A tUoloil Piituf» id by FfLM Cl_*S3'C». INC PLUS CARTOON "OPEN HOUSE" HESTER'S BEST GRADE (Pin Tu MI t Tom or Mora) S. Highway 61 Phont POpltr 3-3 186 SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature Program heart-warming story ol a funster and i youngster! PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS In lhe bt'ldge games prizes were awarded Mrs. Doyle Henderson, club hi};h, Mrs. G. O. Poet?,, second high. Mrs. Jones, guest, higfi flnd Mrs. Jeidel second high. Mrs. Moore was bridgo winner. Number Nine HD Club Has Meeting The Number Nine Home Demonstration Club met at the school house yesterday for their monthly meeting, The eye-opener was a weight, control pamphlet and group singing was led by Mrs. Raymond Whittle, Mrs. Bob Btovall gave the devotional followed by the roll call. Mrs, Gertrude. HoHrrmn. gave a demonstration on personal care and Mrs. W. E. Rhoadfi dismissed the group with pcayer. A social hour followed and refreshments were served by Mrs. Lawston Bell and Lloyd French. At the Hospitals Chlckasftwhft Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. R. N. Priest, city Miss Mary Noe. city Mrs. Jane Welch, city Mrs. R. L. Payne, city Mrs. Mattie 'jleathcock, city Mrs. Juan and baby, city Mrs. Marian Rnft, city Walla Hospital Dismissed: Sam Payne, Lcnchville. Marriage Licensee Tlie following couple hrts obtained n marriage license from the county clerk's office: W. E. Gillispio and Mrs. Letha Mick, both of Blythevtlle. McFarlnnd tomorrow will be Mrs. J. L. McFitrland. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fqurlner and daughters and James McMullin of Memphis. Miss Mary Noe who has been a, patient in the Chlckasawba Hospi- Ittl for the past several weeks following un automobile accident is now at her home. TEETH, DIET IMPORTANT — Sparkling white, healthy teeth are a prime requisite for the attractive girl's appearance. Diet anil hygiene contribute Vo a pretty smile^ so no girl can afford to neglect either. In addition to scrubbing the chewing; surfaces of her teeth, this girl (left) brushes the inside and outside of her teeth as well. Next (center) she uses dental floss to remove any food particles lodged between her teeth. She'll work the floss gently between her teeth in order to avoid striking her gums. Following her dentist's advice, she makes certain her daily diet fright) includes lost of fresh fruits, vegetables and especially milk for Vitamin A and calcium. Coming Events MONDAY Executive Board of Christian Women's Fellowship meets at 10:30 H.m. at church. A general meeting with poiluck supper will be held at 6 p.m. at chufch. The Blythevtlle Unit, of Arkansas Hairdressers and Cosmetologists meets at Charley's Beauty Shop, 8 p.m. The Trinity Circles meet in homes. Jewel Abernathy Circle with Mrs. L. O. Kenwright at 2 p. m.; Evelyn Stanford wSh Mrs. H. H. Burnett, 2 p. m.; Circle Three with Mrs. Joyce Crocker at 2 p. m. Mildred Matthew Circle with Mrs. Bobby Webb, 7:30 p. m. Marion Cook with Mrs. Bert Robinson, 7:30 p. m. KaLie Hatton YWA meets with Millie Ann Mnllory. Methodist Circles meet »t church at 2 p. in. Fidells Cjass of Baptist Church meets at home of Mrs. Earl Walker at 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY Mrs. Joe McHnney entertains the CIB Bridge Club. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. A, H. McMnnus. Country Club Bridge League meets. Tri-Town Club meets with Mrs. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen (o KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. (or RIU & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program LOUIS HAY WAR f> -AND- AN AUIED ARIISIS PRODUCTION PLUS CARTOON "UNICORN GARDEN" SUNDAY and MONDAY : Bullet for Bullet : • ...and l!f« • for life! 'JOHN PAYNE mm scon OANDURYEA. NLOKES NORM • EWU WVEI - NAM? UHT, *. • ALMI RUE, K. ' M », AUAN DWAN • m i to***, N RAMN D*WOLF. r~*— te BENEDICT lOCEAUS^ Paramount Ntws 1 S«ltct«d Shorti James C. Guard. Mrs. C. M. Smart entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. R. A. Cary entertains Octave Club. NN Bridge Club meets with Miss Betty Neil Holland. Mrs. O. 0. Elkins entertains Tuesday. Canasta Club. John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonies meet at 10:30 followed by a potlnck luncheon in Osceola with Mrs. J. H. Hook. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. Myrtle Lowe at 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY Chapter D of PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. J. A. Leech at t p.' m. Weslyan Guild of First Methodist, Churchs meet at church at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson entertains the Vendredi Bridge Club. Mrs. W. J. Cupples entertains the TLE Bridge Club at Razorback. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. A. G. Hall. THURSDAY Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains the Caruthersviile News By SONNY SANDERS The local high school band participated in the tenth anmuil Southeast Missouri Band Festival at Jackson, Mo., Tuesday night. More than 1200 band members from Southeast Missouri attended with almost 75 of them from Ca- ruthersviile. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Harrison wnre ^expected - to return home Thursday from a week's long vac- tion in West Virginia. They have La Nueve Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. Grace Chidwell. GEO Club meets with Mrs. Joe McHaney. Mrs. Charles Afflick entertains entertains the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Mike Meroney entertains Chillion Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. i been visiting with Mr. Harrison's I mother there. ! Mrs. Betty Korver was expected i to return to Caruthersviile Thurs- Iday from Springfield, Mo. She recently underwent a major opera- I tion at Baptist Hospital there. ! Miss Julie Hawkins spent the weekend in Memphis. She visited friends at Southwestern College there. Caruthersville's DeMolay Chapter jnet Monday night nnd elected the four principal officers. New officers are Dale Abernathy, master councilor: Ray Teroy, senior councilor; Bob Book, junior councilor; and Jerry Butler, treasurer. Other officers will be appointed later. The Junior Chamber of Commerce met Tuesday night at the club house here. The club's president, Bud Korver, presided over the meeting. i No new business was brought ! forth, However, their forthcoming j turkey shoot was discussed. It'll ' be held on the levee one mile west i of Curuthersville Sunday, November 21. Read Courier News Classified Ads. 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