The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 9, 1955
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PAGB FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WITONESDAT, », 19W - Society News ;„ inn Uallnrv Sorietv Editor * Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone S-44G1 'A Tour of Natchez' Given at DAR! Luncheon-MeetingatHdtelNoble \ "tour" of Natchez, home of the nations most pic- tiirpsoue Dilfirimage was enjoyed by members of the Chailc- vok c q hap?e rfSSugh Urs O f the American Revolution, luesday IfternoSS although they never left Blytheville. The group, with a number oi suests was entertained with colored motion picture films and travelogue by Mrs. T. P. Hughes Jr., of Memphis who told the story of this famous Mississippi town as she has written it. Appearing in an Old South costume, the former Miss Eleanor Day of Osceola, described homes on the "Natchez Pilgrimage" as they were shown in films arranged by the author. Highligting the presentation was the showing of "Rosalie", a Mississippi state-shrine, purchased by the Mississippi DAR chapters in 1938 to be preserved for the public to learn more about the way of life in the Old South. This historic antebellum home, buili in 1820-23. is open to the public throughout the year. Mrs. Hughes, who moved recently to Memphis from Jackson, Miss., is a member of the Board of Rosalie at Natchez and Organizing and Chapter Regent of Fort Rosalie Chapter at, Jackson . When appointed to the Rosalie board, Mrs. Hughes was asked to re-write the story of Rosalie, accompanying the color slides, following this revision, "Down Memory Lane" was originated for use by social, civic, garden and other clubs outside DAK, as well as by DAR chapters. Mrs. J .C. Ellis and Mrs. C. L. Moore were hostesses for the monthly luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble. The harvest theme and Armistice Day were combined in decorations. These decorations were a wicker cornocupia featuring a heaven and earth design. This design was made up of white gladioli and pom-poms, red and blue fall wheat and red fall leaves. Placed the length of the T-shape table were white styrofoam stars topped with blue tinsel. Standing in these stars were American flags. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, chapter member, WHS complimented because it was her 93rd birthday. Mrs. Shelby Speaks at Sudbury PTA Mrs. Alex Shelby was guest speaker last night when Sudbury Parent- Teacher Association met at the school. She chose as .her topic, "Is It Well With the Child in the Home?" Group singing under the direction of Mrs. Howard Bcsharse with Mrs. Eddie S;iliba at the piano opened the meeting. Mrs. Jerry. Hearn gave the devotional and presidents message with Mrs. Harold Sudbury conducting the business session. During this session, • reports were given by health and welfare chairman. In room count, which was based on percentage, the rooms of Mrs. Tony Earner and Mrs. Harry Sansom were winners. Fifth grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour. Mrs. W. Manon Williams, regent conducted a brief business session. Mrs. E. B. Woodson presented the National .Defense program thought. Mrs. Robert McHaney was elected a new member. It was announced the Christmas party will be held Dec. 3. Bits of News i Attii /' ei'Aonat j Miss Nancy Eubanks Miss Eubanks President of County FHA Frank Mc-Cool will be ::i Little Rock today and Thursday auemimu a series of mi-.nuvs of the Arkan-j S;IK H)LUi\v:iy lVp:mmem. I Miss Shirley George of Osceola; was the weekend gues: of Miss j Melia Fay Saliba and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Satiba. j Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stalcup are tiie parents oi a son born Sunday | at Blytheville Hospital. The babyi has been named Gean Brand. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stout are; the parents of a son born this morn-; ing at Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Stovu have another son. Condition of A. C. O'.vi'n, who underwent major surgery Monday at BLytheville Hospital, is reported to be satisfactory. 1 Paul Lloyd is a patient in Blythe-1 ville Hospital. He is in Room 203. : Amon£ those in Memphis Monda:. ' v.ipu to attend the area Assembls oi Disciples of Christ '.vert Mr. and. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Jack Hunt... Miss Louella Alley. Miss Margaret Wright : and Mrs. J. P. Garrott. The Rev. and M.S. 'James Rainwater have been in Memphis for the past several days attending this, convention. , Mr. and Mrs. Riley Quick and children are vaca'.ionine in Florida EXCHANGI VOWS — M. and Mrs. Dewaine Erwin Graham are shown at the reception given in their honor following their marriage Saturday night at Trinity Baptist Church. .Mrs. Graham is the former Jliss Shirley Katherine Slieppard. daughter of Mrs. Roy Sheppard of Blylheville. Mr."Graham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Graham, Sr., also of Blytheville. (Photo by Mason) Tuesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Tuesday Bridge Clubs conducted Raines yesterday. , Mrs. W. W. Workman. Mrs. E. C. Williams, Mrs. Lynn Brown, Mrs. Foy Etehieson and Mrs. Bill Hodge were all guests yesterday when Mrs. Robert I. Thomson entertained GIB Bridge Club with a dessert-bridge at her home. A copper planter filled with bronze chry.*amhemums was used on the coffee table in the living room. Tallies and napkins were engraved with the same flower. Bridge winners were Mrs- Brown, high; Mrs. Workman, second high; and Mrs. Tom A. Little Jr., bridge. GosnellHD Club Meets In Hart Home Nine members and one visitor, Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, wore present Monday nfternoon when Gosnell Home Demonstration Club met nt the home of Mrs. Harvey Hart. Mrs. C. A. Moody presided over the meeting which was opened with a devotional by Mrs. R. L. Max- Mrs. C. M. Smart entertained Tuesday Bridge Chlb members and two guests. Mrs. Bill Jontz and Mrs. Connie Modinger at her home yesterday with a dessert-bridge. A pink color scheme \vas used by Mrs. Smart to decorate her home and in her dessert, course. Tables v.'ere centred with budvases holding pink chrysanthemums. Mrs. Doyle Henderson won high ! in the games with second high going j to Mrs. Riley Jones. well and prayer by Mrs. Lee H1U. In the business session, plum were made for H Christmas party to be held at dosncll Baptist Church. Mrs. Eln Crawford, Mrs. Mable Moody mid Mrs. Charles Cain were appointed in charge of decorations for the party, with Mrs. C. A. Moody. Mrs. Charles Stromlre and Mrs. Hill bpinfc appointed to the noml- imiiiiR committee. A talk on mounting pictures, by Mrs. Holiman, concluded the session. GIANT WIDE SCREEN OPEN THURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk iMrs. McKay 1 i/VH i. /Y1UIXI- Dewaine Graham, Miss Sheppard j Hostess to Wed at Trinity Baptist Church In a ceremony solemnized Saturday night at Trinity Baptist Church Miss Shirley Katherine Sheppard, daughter of Mrs. Bridge Leagues Conduct Weekly Games Country Ciub Duplicate Bridge League played a five-table master- point game last niLjht. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. , Roy Sheppavd of. Blytheville, became the bride of De waine Er- JOINER J-Miss Nancy Ann Eu- w ; " A mick "captured" llrst place banks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' C. R. Eubanks of Joiner is the new president of the Mississippi-Poinsett Counties Federation of the Homemakers of America. Lottie Moon Class Mrs. Roy McKay was hostess to five members and two visitors of Lottie Moon Sunday School Class of Gosnell Baptist Church Monday night. rvuv Giicijutiiu L/I ui^im-viic-. v/^ v,«itiv, mv w« ivi ^ ui. *- — ..—.— — | The meeting was opened with win Graham son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Graham, Sr., also prayer by Mrs. Geneva Beviii with of Blytheville. ^^£L V ™ W °* "" °* Following the ceremony, the | M VS wilrna Williams gave the bride's mother entertained with a, devotional and Mrs. McKay dis- receptinn in the church. 1 missed the group. The rooms were decorated with ' floor baskets of giant white clrry- Vyl • santhemums. The bride's table wasl/Vlloo centered with the traditional wed- 1 i— , , ding cake. i Elite ftd IDS Chrysanthemums and greenery ' Q , i s-> \ encircled the base of the cake. ; KUtn LJQSS Flanking the cake were white ta-j M , K Jeanne Ellen Hood enter - pers in silver holders. | tained Rutri class of the Interme- Reception assistants were Mrs. i diate Department of First Baptist The Rev. BiH • Cook officiated at the exchange of vows before a back! ground of wicker basket;; of chry- | samhemums and greenery. | Miss Donna Lou Smith, vocalist. ! and Miss Nancy Bratcher. pianist, provided music. Miss. Smith was dressed in pink Inillc. Miss Bratcher wore aqua faille . identical to Mi?? Smith 1 ?. The bride's attendants were Miss vw ... Peggy Deskin and Mrs. Eugene Rob- the games with second being taken inson. They wore nuaching blue taf- by Mrs. O. W. McCulchen and Mrs. . fetn gown? ' Marvin Grume served as flow- I Bab Hafllch and Mrs. Bill Walker. Third place went to Mrs. Geor- \ or girl and was also dressed in blue.! The couple left on an undisclosed , gia Biiilcv and Mrs. Samuel F. Not- ' The girls carried noways of pink 1 wedding trip during the evening, Nancy is 17 years old, a, senior at j ris . Mrs / E^enia Jenkins and Mrs.; carnations. [the bride wearing a dark green Shawnee High School, vice-presi-j prank Grigsby scored for fifth Church last night. dent of her local chapter of Future Homemakers of America and secretary and treasurer oE the Teen Town Club. The next meeting of the Federation will he tu Jonesboro at Arkansas Stale College on Dec. 1. The theme of this meeting will be "Homemnkers Harvest." Nancy will preside over the meeting. Other officers of the F.H.A, are first vice-president, Glenda Childers of Burdctte; second vice-president, Bonnie Mills of Keiser; third •ice-president. Joaan Donaldson of Osceola: secretary, Annette White of Wpiner; treasurer, Sandra Bytirs of Dell; reporter, Peggy Faulkner, of Trumann; historian, Ella Lee Wells, of Leachville; song lender, Glenda Holcome of Dell; and pianist, Mel French of Weincr. place. The bride wore a gown lace I winter cotton j black. i Out-of-town guests at .„. i dins were Mrs. M. L. Craine and i children Mary Lynn and Marcus and nylon tulle over satifi. The gown was fashioned with a strap- In the five-table Howell move- j Ipsa shirred bodice and worn with ment played Saturday by the city } a lace jacket. i~ <•—,•_ - j -••""" "7":;"~ Duplicate Bridge League Mrs. | The jacket featured long sleeves ; Lee of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Grigsby and Mrs, Black were first 1 which tapered over the hands. The place winners. i bouffant tulle skirt featured a tunic Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs. R. F. [ edged with lace and was floor Kirshner won .second with third i length. going to Mrs, E. B. Gee and Mrs. | Her veil was held in place bv W, D. Charnblin. A business session was presided over by Miss Jerry Ann Boggs at which time plans , were made for | the Christmas party. The group de| rided to prepare baskets for the the wed- | needy as a Christmas project. Mrs. C. M. Abbott, teacher, led in this discussion. During the social hour, refresh! Elbert Culbreath of Memphis. ' mems were served by the hostess. Get-Acquainted Meeting Held _. ^ , , p\-p i (jw (jOSnCil r I A / Trinity WMU Circles Have Meetings Day Circles of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met at the church Monday afternoon for a business meeting with 23 members present. Prayer by Mrs. Preston Thorn i opened the mmiag. Mrs. Henry' Berry gave the devotional. j Mrs. Drew Hughey conducted the j business .session with Mrs. R. L. Adkisson giving the closing prayer. Marion Cook Circle met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Bobby Wobb with six members present. Miss Donna Bohannon led the opening prayer. Mrs. Idelle Lowe gave the devotional and also had charge of the program. The mission study book was taught by Mrs. Bill Cook' with Mrs. Webb giving di.smi.ssal prayer. Hose Marlowe Circle met, at the homt' of Mrs. Bill Boren with six members, two visitors and one new member present. Mrs, Gaylord Lewis led opening prayer with Mrs. Bill Boren conducting the business session. Mrs. Lois Marr taught the mission book and Mrs. J. D. Eatmon dismissed the group. Mildred Matthew Circle met at the home of Mrs. Gene Pierce with 11 members and one visitor present. Mrs. Ernest Walker led opening prayer. Mrs. Edward Russell con-? ducted the business session and dismissed the group. Six members were present last night when Annie Armstrong Circle met a t the home of Mrs. H. E. VanClevc. The hostess led opening pra yer and Mrs. Lucy Koonce had chnrge of the business session. Mrs. C. S. Birmingham led the devotional and gave the program. Mrs. Bill Lowe dismissed the group. . At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Louis Tillman, Tomato. Mrs. J. .1. Moore. Jr., city. Willie Riley. city. Mrs. J. A. Aryo, city. Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Edward I>e, city. James Whittle, city. Miss Ila Mae Franks, city. Mrs. Jimmy Wcedmnn and baby, city. Mrs. Jack Holmes and baby, city. Mrs. Mildred Mayo, city, Beverly Bradley, city. Mrs. May Wicker, city. Burlpy Slnylon, city. Mrs. Clmrles Schroder, city. Mrs. F. Crawford, city. Chad Sparks, city. A gi?t-accniainted meeting was conducted last night by Gosnell Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. Bill Crawford, president, presided over the m^eiing. The Rev. Gene SrhulU gave the cap of matching lace embroidered with pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with a single white orchid. James Price served as best man with Eugene Robinson and Charles Ray Wise serving as ushers. Mrs. Sheppard wore for her daughter's marriage a mauvR suit with navy accessories. Mrs. Graham.wore a winter pink suit with matching accessories. Lucius dismissed the group. .... „„,. ....... ^ ..... During the .social hour, devotional and opening prayer. Fol- |inrnts were served l>y Mrs. Francis lowing a brief business session, F. E. Donner and Mrs. Mitchell West. So now the two-pants suit has found a home In women's fnAhlont. A two-piece rayon worsted flannel suit has a third piece In a skirt 01 rayon flannel in & tone *)ighUy darker. It's an addition to * wardrobe that really extends thing*. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED. & THURS. Double Feature RUTH ROMAN MIBREW FAP COUNTRY — AND — ipThe Little $£ KIDNAPPERS Cartoon "Pelican & Snipe" $/95 Black Gold CAREFREE STALKERS Busy feet everywhere this fall will be wearing these soft, mellow walkers, gaily piped. The the new squared off heel is lighter, yes ... but with all the support of a wedge. i a. 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