The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 24, 1956
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PAGIFOUS BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - Society News - . A iu«IU.v Csu>Utv Rriitnr ' PnO MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Thursday Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Thursday clubs conducted games yesterday. Miss Barbara Carter entertained Emanon Club members and one guest, Mrs. John Hutchison, with a desesrt-bridge at Rustic Inn. Bridge winners were Mrs. Nick Powers, high, Mrs. , Hank Dodd, second high, and -Mrs. Wallace Smith, bridgo. Mrs. Jesse Taylor, a frequent visitor of Thursday Contract Club, entertained the club with a luncheon at her home yesterday. An arrangement of spring flowers formed the luncheon table centerpiece. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. .Tnvnpr were winners in the bridge games Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. W. Baptist BrotJyerhood To Honor Ladies Ladies of First Baptist Church will be guests of honor Monday night when the Brotherhood entertains with a sweetheart banquet in the church dining room. Ted Brown, president of the Brotherhood, is serving a., general chairman of the banquet and will serve as toastmaster also. Two exchange students attending Southern Baptist College at Walnut Ridge will be guest speakers. Those students will be Mrs. Minnie Lum of Hong Kong and Miss Soo Lee of South Korea. Dr H. E. Williams from the college will introduce the speakers. Mr and Mrs. Loyd Owens will present special music. Mrs Frank McCool, Mrs. Charles Prank Pitts and Mrs. Ted Brown are in charge of decorations. Joe Atkins and Fred Boyett will serve T"Morrow were guests when a lun- as cooks for the fried chicken dincheo: m'for Mid-Week club members ner with Mrs. Charles Ray New- was given at the home of Mrs. H H. Houchins. Miniature flags centered the luncheon table. Mrs. Cecil Shane won high in the games with second high going to Mrs Morrow. comb as food chairman. Girls of the intermediate department will serve as waitresses. Bits of News t ~ eriona Thursday Club met at the home of Mrs. J. B- Dicks. Playing with the club mem were Mrs. E. J. Cure and R C. Parr. Mrs. Dicks decorated her home with daffodils and Dutch iris. High scorers were Mrs. Byron Moore and Mrs. Cure. [Dealers ! Meeting Held >jwsi At Country Club Mrs. Charles Afflick of Steele was hostess to Kibitzer Club members and three guests, Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, Mrs. Bob Warren and Mrs. Charles Czeschin, Jr. Floral arrangements of white End bronze pom-pons were used tbout the entertaining rooms of the home for the dessert-bridge. Mrs. George Hubbard and Mrs. 3. M. Williams, Jr., took top positions in the games. Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. won first, Mrs. relix Carney, second, »nd Mrs. L. O. Gill, third, yesterday when Chillion Club played at tte home of Mrs. Mike Meroney. • ' The only guest was Miss Rosa Schuneritsch. A salad course was served by ttie hostess. Jonquils and cherry blossoms decorated the home of Mrs. George Hamilton when she entertained Thursday Bridge Club with a des- «rt-bridge. Winners were Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, high, and Mrs. C. W. Alford, bridgo. LaNueve Club conducted games at the Rustic Inn when Mrs. Ben Mac White was hostess to a des- ecrt-brldge. She invited as guests, Mrs. Whitney Morgan and Mrs. Walter Day. Mrs. Halsell and Mrs. Newton Whitis were prize winners. At the Hospitals Blythevilte Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Raymond Dyer, Steele Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Johnson Blackwell and baby, city Deborah Haynes. city Jimmy Kittany, city Corintha Hill, city Lois Anderson, city Mrs. W. T. Goolsby and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Kenny Joe Christian, city Mrs. Donna Eaton, city Cecil Berry, city Mrs. Robe'rt Coleman, city (..oming Events FRIDAT Past Matrons and Patrons Club rnving potluck supper at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Mrs. T. J. Bailey aurt Mrs. Frank Ellis are hostesses SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting Story Hour at Blytheville Public Librray 9:30 a.m. Pittsburg Paint and Glass Company yesterday held a dealers u _ meeting at the Blythevllle Country Mc , nagh?n Mrs. Ruby Willingham is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Misses Pat Partlow, Mary Alice McWaters and Ann Seay will arrive home today from the University of Mississippi to spend the week- ena with their parents. Miss Partlow. daughter of Judge and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, has recently been initiated . into Delta Delta Delta social sorority at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston and children, John Duite and Tann- da returned Wednesday from a trip to New York and Philadelphia, Penn. Britt Owens, student at University of Mississippi, will be the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Owens. Sally Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, is ill at her home with mumps. D. S. Glenn of Pulton, Mo., is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Sanders of Tunica, Miss., are visiting her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mr. Sanders is recuperating after having been a pa- 1 tient in Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and j Throat Hospital for several weeks. Lt. and Mrs. E. B. Oee of Belleville. 111., will be the"weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and and Mrs. E. ,B. Gee and Mr. and Mrs. Matt International Club Elects Mrs. Eller Mrs. Eve Eller of England was elected president ol the local International Club Wednesday night at its first meeting in the Red Cross Center. Mrs. Grace Morphew of Canada will serve as vice-president; Mrs. Vera Phillips of England, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Nelly Chinault of Holland as chairman of the welcome and welfare committee. Countries represented at this first meeting were England, Canada, Germany, Peru, Holland and Australia. This club proposes to undertake educational and social programs and is interested in contacting all persons who entered the United States under foreign passports and who would like to become member? of the club. ' Those interested can either contact Mrs. Grace Morphew at POplar 2-2952 or call at the Red Cross center on North Second Street. : Mrs. Ployd Haralson was speaker for the evening. The next meeting of the club will be hela Wednesday, March 7, at 7 p.m. in Room 202, 2H North. Broadway. Club. I. R. Coleman, company representative in this territory, was host for the affair. Yesterday afternoon a business meeting for dealers was held and last night at 7 p.m. a dinner for the dealers and wives was given. Out-of-town dealers were from Steele and Joiner. Pretty And Practical 8358 3.6-52 t>y Sue Burnett Mr, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee spent yesterday at Winrock as guests of Winthrop Rockefeller. Mr. Lynch went especially to attend a meeting of the Arkansas Industrial Development Corporation. The others spent the day touring the Rockefeller estate and at noon a buffet luncheon was served for those present from over the state. Miss Pattye June" Davis, Mrs, Edith Permenter and Mrs. Mary Hatfleld spent yesterday in Memphis. E. A.-Rice left by plane this afternoon for Western Springs, 111., to attend funeral services for his brother, David W. Rice, who died at "Western Springs yesterday. The late Mr. Rice had visited in Blythe- viile several times. Mr. Rice will return Monday afternoon. Eddie Ford, Jr., is confined to his home with a virus infection. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy left yesterday foi Batesville where she will make her home with her sister, Mrs. O. E. Jones, Sr. Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty is in Dyersburg. Term., to be with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Gillespie, who is ill. While there she wil visit her sister, Mrs C/ C. Lee, with whom Mrs Gillespie makes her home. Masterpoint Game Played By League An eight-table Mitchell master- point game was played last night by Duplicate Bridge League with Mrs. Prank Grigsby and Mrs. A. H. Wallace taking first place in the North and South division with 102 points. Mrs. Ed Peters of Caruthersville and Lt. Harold Holtzclaw were first place winners in the East-West division with 119 Vi points,. Other North-South winners were Mrs. Matt Mqnaghan and Mrs. Ed Cook, second with 101% points. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hairies. were third with 92% points and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boleson were fourth with 84 points. Bast-West winners were Mrs. Don Edwards and Tommy Callis, second with 102K points. Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. Ross Moore took third with 94% points. In fourth place were Mrs. Poy Etchieson and Mrs. Audreanel Freeman with 94 points. A masterpoint_game also will be played tomorrow' afternoon by the league. On March 11, the league will have a benefit game with two sessions to be played. A dinner will be served between the sessions with the first session to begin at 1:30 p. in. Entry fee will be $3 with reservations being made by contacting Mrs. Jim Roleson at 2-2064. Birthdays Celebrated by Daniels Children Carol and Sandra Daniels, daughter? of Mr. and. Mrs. L. D. Daniels, Young Married People's Group Has Supper Young Married People's Department of Number Nine Baptist Church held a potluck supper in celebrated' fheT"fourth"ar7d""fTfth Unchurch dining halUast night birthdays respectively Wednesday " when their mother invited 14 children to a party. Those present were served refreshments of cup cakes, ice cream and iced drinks. Mrs. Daniels was assisted m "serving by Mrs. Joan Joyner. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1956 _—_——i... i . i ....—. • •• • - - - — _•Mrs. Schuhart Honored by J.O.Y. Circle Mrs. Roy Schuhart was given « surprise birthday party last night following a meeting of J. 0. Y. Circle.of Beacon Baptist Church. The circle, met at .the home of Mrs. James Hampton with six members and two visitors present. Mrs. Laverne Owens led th» opening prayer with Mrs. Hampton conducting the business session. The program, "The Baptism of Jesus," was presented by Mr». Owens, Mrs. Schuhart «nd Wn. J J Johnson. Mrs. Billy Clay and Mrs Johnson gave the closing prayers. SUN FASHIONS — These fashions from California show an affinity for living in the sun. Giant plaid is used for swim suit (left) with elasticized back for perfect fit. Plaid is red, black and white; bodice trim is white cotton satin. PiQUe cocktail dress in bon bon blue (right) has longer waistline and tapered skirt. This is in a crisp cotton pique. Ribbon is run through bodice and used to form shoulder straps. Fabrics are from Galey and Lord. Mrs. Huey Hostess to Lone Oak HD Mrs. J. O. Huey was hostess yesterday to 10 members and one visitor of Lone Oak Home Demonstration ' Club. Group singing opened the meeting. Mrs. B. L. Eubanks gave the scripture reading and Mrs. Glenn Alexander was In charge of roll call. In the business session, presided over by Mrs. Huey, a report was given on the recent bake sale held by the club. It was reported that $14 was made from the sale. The eye-opener ol hand painted dish towels was shown .by Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. B. E. Davis. Repeating of the Lord's Prayer . unison dismissed the meeting after which secret pals exchanged gifts and the hostess served refreshments. Farewell Shower Compliments Mrs. Dowdy Mrs. C. S. Dowdy, who moved yesterday to Batesville to make her future home, was honored with a surprise farewell shower at her home Wednesday night. The 25 who attended the miscellaneous shower were served refreshments by Mrs. W. L. Walker, Mrs. Alton Hardy and Mrs. Ed Cook. Year's Rain Deficit One A simple, expertly designed sundress in a wide size range with yoke in contrast or monotone. Bolero for coverup. 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Ufl —Lost: year's rain in Kansas. The weather bureau says a four year-drought, among the worst in the state's history, . now has cost farmers a year's normal precipitation. Kansas is the nation's leadisg winter wheat producer. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound FRIDAY and SATURDAY Double Feature ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature '50th CmtSy-fw presents ft LUND MALONE FIVE GUNS WEST ALSO CARTOON Esther Class Has Meeting In Wade Home Esther Class of First Baptist Church met last night in the home of Mrs. Robert Wade with seven members and five visitors present. Mrs. Walter Marble, class president, presided over the meeting which was opened with prayer by- Mrs. Carl Tate. In the social hour, Mrs. Wade led the group in hymn singing with her daughter, Mary Venda, serving as accompanist. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and coffee were served. Dorcas Circle Has Meeting in Rushing Home Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Jack Rushing Wednesday night with eight members and one visitor present. Mrs. Bushing, circle chairman, conducted the business session \vith opening prayer by Mrs. D. G. Jones. The lesson, "How to Give," was taught by the Rev. J. J. Johnson with dismissal prayer by Mrs. Fred Hodge. Bake Sale To be Held A Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35e At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature [lEIHW-FrJlHOOIP -.DONALD CURTIS VIM P!n by «OK£ WOBTWJffi Y«B »J H'i SHJ1H Trehnfc*! E'frrtj bwiwt trj MY KWSWUSEft utMi PradKar-JUl WtISW.1 • troSKti tj OVfiSS H. SOi Pwciri tr M9«r come* — AND — i» ffiHH BftRt* UY euf rw «i &VAUOI scon W b, RAT NWM» Serial "Sea Hound" No. J.O & Cartoon "What's Sweepin" SUNDAY & MONDAY CHICAGO SYNDICATED M« HHHII I 0'«£n-UHf, A COtUMMA hen*! I METRO NEWS AND CARTOON ' Presbyterian Women to HaVe Mission Study The world mission study book, "This Revolutionary Faith," will be taught for Women of the Presbyterian Church at the church Monday beginning at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Ross Stevens, world mission chairman, is in charge of the program. At nopTj time a luncheon will be served with Mrs. Ed Dicks and her committee in charge. Women of the Assembly of God Church will hold a bake sale tomorrow beginning at 10 a.m. at Ark-Mo Power Company. Read Courier New.= Classified Adt. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. tor Ritz ft Hoxy Program Announcement* LAST TIMES TODAY —WA»Ntl» BIKX.F* •• LADD ROBIMSON • DRIT MELLON FRISCO BAY «x^ CINEMASCOPE • «v«i>Nf RCCHC' _> WHIMM Of MARC SI • Ptl'l SnwARI • PWWY LOftf - f*T MUY - fcron Hr, ty $KMCT KXHi mt H PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature —AND— Also Cartoon •SUN. »MON. »TUES. 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