The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 29, 1954
Page 2
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PAGE TWO B!,YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAT, OCTOBER 39, 1954 - Society News - ;„ inn Mo Mr,™ finriotv KMitnr * Phc Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Taylor Wins DAR Award Miss Peggy Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoe, was elected by Blythevllle senior clas« members and members of the faculty to receive the Daughters of American Revolution Good Citizenship Award last week. This award is made eacn year by the Oharlevoix Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution. Miss Taylor, « senior this year, le a cheerleader, secretary of the student council and n member of the Beta Club. Red Pepper Club, Masque and Oavel Club and aca- pella choir. HowardHugginS; Miss Henson Exchange Vows In a ceremony solemnized yesterday in Corinth, Miss., Miss Bonnie Lynn Henson, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Henson, became the bride of Airman 1/c Howard L. Hugglns of Ramer, Tenn. The bride chose for her marriage an aqua suit with rhlnestone trim and blacfc accessories. The couple was attended by the brides parents. Mrs Huggins is a graduate of the 1954 class of Blythevilel High School. Mr. Huggins attended Ramer School and for the past 3'A years has served In Germany with the Army. He will report to Washington next week and Mrs. Huggins will join him there later. La Nueve Bridge Club Plays at Country Club Members of the La Nueve Bridge Club met at the Country Club yesterday when Mrs. Lynn Hughes was hostess. Halloween decorations were used in the room where the guests were seated. Mrs. Ben Mac While won high in the bridge gnmes, Mrs. Leonard Oldham, second high and Mrs. Newton Whltls won bridgo. Preceding the bridge games a dessert course was served. Mrs. Applebaum Honored by C and N Club The C and N Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. Marvin Lane last night when Mrs. Phillip Applebaum was the guest of honor. The table where the guests were seated for dinner was centered with a birthday cake. Fall flowers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the home. Following the dinner the group spent the evening in informal entertainment and Mrs, Applebaum was presented a gift. Beta Lambda Club Meets In Luxora The Beta Lambda Club met Wednesday night nt the home of Mrs. Martha George in Luxora. Mrs. Elizabeth Fordoccy presided over the business session when Mrs. Eddie Pharo and Mrs. Tom Simon were appointed to make plans for a Thanksgiving party. There were 19 member.'; and one guest. Mrs. Louise Moore, present- Following the business session the group spent the evening in playing cards. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Huffman YWA Has Program In Ray Home Huffman Young Women's Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. JP\VP! Ray with eight members present Tuesday night. A program on missions wns presented with the following taking part: Geraldine Hatchel. Patty Hughes, Rowen Hughes, Barbara Hughes, Maxine Nelson and Cora Mae McDanieJ. Mrs, R. L. Adkisson conducted an Installation service after which the hostess served refreshments. NGWClub Has Meeting Mrs. William Harrison entertained members of the NOW Club Wednesday night. There were 10 members present. The group spent the evening In informal entertainment and play- Ing games. Yellow chrysanthemums were used to decorate the entertaining rooms and a dessert course was served by the hostess. Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio BIythevilie Po. 3-86R8 Miu PcRgy Taylor Halloween Party Given Lottie Moon YWA Here The Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Bnptist Church met nt the home of Mrs. Grace calciwcll lor a Hnilowcen party last night. Balloons, black cats and witches decorated the entertahiiiiR rooms where the 21 guests were seated. Games were played during the evening and prl/.es were awarded for the best eORtuniCB. Refreshments were served the group at the conclusion of the games. Kibitzer Club Meets With Mrs. Afflick Mrs. Charles Afflick entertitlrictf members of the Kibitzer Club nt her home in Stocle ycstortlny fti- tornoon when she hful as her guest Mrs. Oerrni'd Cnuclill. The Hiillownen motll wus cnrrUxl out In the decorations and party foods served by the hostess. Mrs. CnudlLl and Mrs, Robert McHnncy were winners In the bridge games plnyed. Duplicate League Conducts Howe 11 Movement The Blythovllle Duplicate Bridge pflRtio conducted n tour Inble How- oil Movement. Winners wore Mrs. O. W. McCut- chim nnri Mrs. .Jim RolMon, nrsl. with 61 1; . point a. Mvs. Rtisscll PhlU Hps nnd Mrs. E. D. Gee were second with -14'; points »iiri Mrs. Willlnni H. PCHSP til Atlnnln, OH., nnd bsrnr Htirdnwny were third with 43> 3 points. A winners' pumr will IK- conducted t Hotel Pen body in Moniphls Sun- dny night beginning nt 7 p.m. Bits of News Wo4 Mrs. Elton Klrljy returned yesterday from St. Louis where she spent several days visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dougherty and children and Misses Carolyn Crafton and Onllya Stilwell will be In HaUle.sburg, Miss., Battmiay u> attend the Mississippi Southern Col- lK;e homecoming football game. Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty's daughter. Marjorie, Is a sudena there. Yeoman Harold Wayne Oann. son o( Mr. and Mrs. Tollle E. Oann, will arrive home Wednesday to spend a 21-day furlough Witt) his parents, and brothers, John and Hilly Gann and families. Yeormm Oann arrived In the States Sept. 23 after eight months in Japan, the Philippine Islands and China. Miss Novolcne Wrenn of Nashville. Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Mays of Dtxon, Tenn., have returned home alter liiivmi-' spent several days here visiting Miss Wrenn's and Mrs. Mays' sister, Mrs | p B. Jarrett, and Mr. Jarrett. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dildine announce the birth of a son yesterday at the Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Tommy Marvin. Mm. Dildine ic the former Miss Betty Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Ilalnes were In Memphis yesterday to attend the .production nf "Tile Kini! and I" Willie there they were the guests o! Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wilmcr. Mrs. Allen Montgomery of! Wichita Palls. Tex., Is the Rliwt nt her, Mrs. n. D. Hughes, Jr., Mr. Hughes and daughter. I Mrs. 11- C. Sims Is visiting rein- | Uvi'.s lu Moscow. Tenn. Among those in HattlcsbuiU. Miss., to iitLcnd the football game tomorrow will be Mrs. Frank tieuy. Mrs. lone Gore, Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton, Miss Molbii Hill. Taylor Frances. Mrs. Sue Prances. Miss Jewel Lee anil Mrs. Mlno F Dover und son. Mrs. Wlllnrd H. 1'rase in returning to lier home in Atlanta, ('-a., this nflcrnoon after having been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laysmi, the past several days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson ui'i-e in Memphis last nlKht to attend the production of "The King and I." Episcopal Young People to Have Hayride to River The Young Churchmen of the Episcopal Church nnd their puoMs will be cntevtMnrd with n hnyritU* to the Mississippi nivor beginning at 6:30 p.m. Saturday; Chapertmps will be Mr. tviul MVH. Ix-roy Huddlcston. Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. Dunlnp. Mr. nnrl Mrs. K. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. Thunnnn Rowlet t and Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell. At the Hospilah Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: EnrI Back, Pnscoln Matlrline Hnvvi-y, \\\, 2, city Mrs. EnrI Wiiddcl nnd bnby. Mniiila Mrs. Leroy Linyor and baby. Stecle Mrs. B. W. Walker, Cootnr Chlt-kiisiuvbn Hospital Dismissed: Phyllis Smith, city Randy Walker, rortjipcville Rolnnri Yoving, Slcele John Hardin, city C. A. Npely, ciiy Walts HnspiUl Dismissed: Mrs. William Davis and bnby. city Mrs. Eliznbeth Hflrgftt. city Mrs. Dorothy Morgan nnd baby, Gobler Mrs. Helen Gourlry anci baby, city Mis.s Lois DuvHll, Airbase Miss Nan Sutlon, Hnyli Mrs. Beatrice Alexander, Manila Chickasaw Booster Football Breakfast Honoring Dads Ot The BHS Football Team RUSTIC INN October 29th 7 a.m. BECOMES BRIDE — Miss Martha Connor of Perrin, Tex., became the bride of Capt. J. E. Johnston, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnston of BIythevilie, | in a ceremony performed in Perrin Air Force Base Chapel. Miss Connor is the daughter of Mrs. John N. Connor and the late Mr. ' Connor of Perrin. Capt. J. E. Johnston Claims Miss Martha Connor As Bride In a ceremony performed Saturday at Perrin Air Force Base Chapel in Perrin, Tex., Capt. J. E. Johnston, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. .Johnston, of Blytlicville, claimed Miss Mar- Ilia Connor, daughter of Mrs. John N. Connor and the late Mr. Connor of Perrin, as his bride. Beacon Brotherhood Has Meeting Here The Brotherhood of the Ilparnn Baptist Church met at the cliurdi last nlRht for ll.s reiuilnr monthly meeting. There were nine members and hire visitors present. Group .sillying opcnpd the inrel- hiK followed with prayer by M. O. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission lf>c & S5c AI All Times KRI.. * SAT. Double Feature THEY'RE ALL HERE. ..THE WEST'S WORST BflDMEH! RANWMPK SCOTT »Jt.i-HWlV-WtlRICHARDS rTo) BSE^^K^KE^QEtteStS 1 r'J n< n 1-1 :>i •• -ituT i<i ti D it '•>-<• ./ UILO in ltd "II • fnnnl M Hi I 111 ' —AND— The Rc-v. Edward R. Bitrcas, pastor ol Travis Stn?pt Methodht Church in Pt-rrin, rt-jul the vows before iin iiltiir decurulcd with pfilins, ciniddfibra and baskets of white (iludloli. Given iii imu-riiiKC by her brother, John N. Connor, Jr,, ol Denison, the bride wore ;i K«WII nf Chantifly luce over satin. The fitted bodice wus worn with a jucktiL pi luce fashioned with IOIIK sleeves that came to points over the hands. The buull'iUit skirl, was designed in Utree Men;. Hlitr wart- a halo of oraiiKt.' blossoms from which fell u veil of imported illusion. Her only ornament was » strand ot pejirls, ti girl of the groom. She carried a while Bible topped with a white orchid. The bride was iilti'iided by Mrs. R. II. Head, .Jr., ns matron of honor who was nowiied in nvoi-ndo green velvet and carried :i bouquet of brom,e ehrysanthemums. Christian and J. R. Colcmnn, The devotionai WHS given by Lawrece James and Otis Cole dismissed (lie group with prayer. Mrs. E. C. Hotz, Jr., was bridesmaid. She wore a gown of persimmon colored velvet and carried bron/,e chrysanthemums. Robert D. Johnston served his brother as best man. Groomsmen ushers and candlelighters were R. D. Bishop, C. DeWHte Loe, Jr., J. E. Thrasher and Lt. Donald A. Jabusch. A reception was held in the Officers CKvb. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. John N. Connor, Jr., Miss Anne Sawyer and Mrs. Willima R. Haynes of Oklahoma City and MM. Joe B. Morgan of Dallas. For the 1 wedding trip to the Ozark Mountains the bride wore a gray suit with, black accessories and pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston and son, Robert, were among the out-of-town guests. HALLOWEEN ROYALTY — Betsy Stalcup and Larry Pankey, of the fifth grade, were crowned king and queen of the Burdette Elementary School Tuesday night at the annual Halloween Carnival. (Photo by Your stockings will longer if you yolrtlL 1 them in wearing. To keep track of them, keep them in a regular sectioned stocking box. That \vny you'll be able to wear nil six imir.s before wearing the first n second time. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT DORIS'! DAY-; and GORDON M ac RA U-——_ ™«WARNER BRQS,'»COLO«B<TECHNICOLOR r ^ n j^ Oil LY GRAY • ROBfRI O'BRIEN-IRVING [IINSON SW.,«ar DAVID BUIIES \ PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS SATURDAY ONLY Double .Feature Program SEA OF LOST SHIPS A REPUBLIC PICTURE HLUs CARTOON "CINDERELLA PARTY" Serial "lintmnn" No. 1 Cartoon "Snappy Snapshot' SI;N., & MON. Doulile Feature the heroic story of the "MEHOFTHE _ FIGHTING LADY FROM M-C.M In <xclllii t color! —AM)— • METHO XKWS SUNDAY and MONDAY RECORDING STARS rrtVCKA BOOM" PICTURE; PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS: "Taxi Turkey" and "Popeye'i Anniversary" ADMISSION 50e CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Luncheon Given Members of Mid-Week Club, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertained members of the Mid-Week Club yesterday with a two-course luncheon. Chrysanthemums centered the table whore the guests were seated and were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Ouests of the group were Mrs. J. E. Dicks, Mrs. John Cherry, Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. B. A. Lynch were winners in the bridge games. Robins, director of educational research lor n hair preparation house in St. Paul, Minn., makes surveys of hair trends. Says he: Coming Events SATURDAY Country Club having buffet supper party. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Sunday Mrs. J. F. Brownson is having a meeting of the Fifth District of American Legion Auxiliaries at 2 p. m. at Legion Hut. Best-Known Home Remedy for suffering of Rub on Relief.. .Breathe in Relief AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN al 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY PLUS SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program AtKANDFR PAAL pi.lontl PAUL HENREID MAN IN I ij | j Rtltistd Itiiu Uniicd Mijls / HERBERT J. MT[S presents A BEPUBIIC nCTirnt PLUS CARTOON "MUCH ADO" SUNDAY and MONDAY 'EMPTATION IS A THING J CALLED MONEY AND A 1 RED-LIPPED BLONDE! .! 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