The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 29, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 29, 1956
Page 2
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!>A<MTWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY M, 19M - Society News - .An. Mallnrv. Society Editor • ™ 0 Miea Millie Ann Maltory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Keeler New Members of Orpheus Club Mrs. Alice Mason and Mrs. Albert T. K eele ^' e '' e i" 1 ™' duced a* new members last night when Orpheus Club met at the home of Mrs. C. H. Whistle on South Highway 61. Whistle Jr. and Mrs. Opening the program was the the monthly meeting which was attended by » members. Six-Week Series Winner Is Mrs. Phillips With a percentage of 62.6 Mrs. ^nsemoie pracu^c uuc^v« »j Russell Phillips won the six-weeK Mrs j vvilson Henry completed the Sincere "Desire." This history was given by Mrs. H. L. Stanford. Mrs. F. L. Reed presided over the business session and Mrs. R. A. Ritter presented the program. She gave a discussion on Aaron copeland's, "Rhythm, Melody and Harmony." Assisting Mrs. Kilter with the program were Mrs. Harry Bradley at the violin and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe at the piano. They gave illustrations of these musical variations. Ensemble practice directed by ««ri<.« which six-table move/nent by the Country Club Bridge League last night. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin was second place winner with 60.1 percent Fourth place went to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins who had a percentage of 57.6 Capturing fifth position wtih 57.5 wa» Mrs. O. W. McCuteh- en. In the game last night, Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. Jenkins were first irfth 56 points. Mrs. C. C Councille and Mrs. Chambli» were second with 54!4 points. Mrs. McCutchen and Mrs. Georgia Bailey were tiurd with His point*. _ Business Meeting Held ByGosnellWMU A business meeting was held last night by Oosnell Women's Missionary Union at the church. Mrs. Gene Schultz led in prayer following the opening song. Mrs. Wilma Williams -led in repeating o' flu WMTJ watchword. •Tin devotional was given by Mrs. L. T. Karnes after, which Mn. Bessie Grimes led a special prayer. • Reports were given by Mrs. Marie Moody, secretary; Mrs. Schvutz, Girl's Auxiliary counselor; Mrs. Karnes, community missions chairman. Mr§. Oeneas* Gray gave the dismissal prayer. , Beven members and three new members, Mrs. Ara Lee Guthrie,' Mrs. Gray and Mrs. Edith Hyde, attended UM meeting. At the Hospitals BlythtYrtte HwplUl DiimisMd- Michael Hamm, Rt. 1, city Phillip McDermott, city Mrs. Tver Glenn, Cooler ChtakMtwb* HMpital Jewe Williams, Holland Sherry Lynn Burns, city Helen Terrl Modinger, city CharlM Warren, city MEN! Mr. Martin Robertson, Special Representative of Kahn Tailoring Company will be in our store Thurs. March 1st with a new Spring line of made-to-measure suits & sport coats You Are Invited to •Be Present D,HuahesCo. _. ,,'s program alter which ft hostesses served a dessert course. Osceola Garden Club Meets In Harnurg Home Bobby Orsburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Orsburn, has been named to the dean's honor roll for the past semester at University of Mississippi. Bobby has attained the second highest. average in the school of pharmacy for the past seven semesters at the University. Mrs. Paul Elder, the former Mis; Sue Orsburn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Orsburn, has been named to the dean's honor roll at Arkansas State College. Mrs. Elder is also a member of the high school faculty at Dixie. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gean have re turned home after a two-week vacation in St. Petersburg, Miami and OSCEOLA — Osceola Garden j w . rxuvlow ul u ~~.~.~ Club met yesterday in the home | merly of Blytheville. Daytona Beach, Fla. They were accompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gean of Halls, Tenn. Mrs. Bessie Justus returned this morning from a weekend visit in St. Louis with her daughter, Mrs Mayo Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby House San Leandro, Calif., announce the birth of a son. their first child, in a hospital there yesterday. The baby has been named Wesley Daniel Mr. House is the son of Mrs. W O. House of Jackson, Tenn., for of Mrs. Koath Harwarg. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Louis George, Mrs. V. E. Harlan and Mrs. J. T. Parsons. Mrs. Dwight Blackwood presided over the meeting in the absence of the club's president, Mrs. R. H. Jones.,. Ted Woods showed a film, "Holiday in Arkansas,' to the group of women. During the social hour, a dessert piate was served by the hostesses. Wonderfully Versatile 8272 IJ'/MXK t$y Sue Burnett This slimming bare-arm dress is a special lor the not-so-tall figure. Note the pretty yoke, the cover-up bolero that is included. Pattern No. 8272 is in sizes 12'/ 2 . 14',i. 16',i, 18!4, 20!i, 22V4, 24Vi. Size 14'/i; dress. 4>,4 yards of 35- inch; bolero, l'/a yard; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address,, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, n. Don't miss the spring & summer 56 issue of Basic FASHION, our pattern catalog that contains a variety of attractive, up to the minute styles for all size ranges. Send 25 cents now. YarbroHDClub Has Potluck Luncheon • A potluck luncheon Was held yesterday by the Yarbro.Home Demonstration Club at the clubhouse with 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. Lorene Baker, present. Hostesses for the luncheon-meeting were Mrs. Bills Wheeler and Mrs Milton Bunch. Group singing of "The Old Rugged Cross," opened the afternoon's business session. Mrs.. Paul Abbptt gave the devotional. • Roll call was answered concern- inn the dress revue. Mrs. Wheeler gave the eye-opener, .which was an old-fashioned painted iron. • Mrs. Roland Howard .concluded tne program by modeling a frock wiuch she recently had completed. party games were played during toe social hour with everyone present being the recipient of a prize. PLAID- FOR SPRING — Plaid for the Easter parade is In a three-piece costume in silk shantung. Waist length jacket is worn with full, unpressed pleated skirt and white linen shirt. We show it in gray; it's designed by Junior Sophisticates. Coming Events WEDNESDAY ifarbro Methodist Church honoring new pastor with fellowship supper «t clubhouse, 1:30.p.m. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs E. B. Oee. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mir. B. A. Lynch. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs Alex Curtis. Chlllton Club meeting with Mrs. Sallj Freeman. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Armorel HD Club meeting at home o' Mrs. B. L. Adkisson in' Blytheville Joy Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church having social at home of Mrs. Mildred Boren, 30 p.m. Delta Kappa Gamma meeting »t home ol Mrs. Ralph Berryman,1;30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs George Wiggs are co-hostesses. FRIDAY Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Billy Joe O»uJ. Chapter N PEO meeting at horn* of Mrs. C. Murray Smart, i p.m. C'hlcken supper at Gosnell School cafeteria sponsored by Oosnell HD Club, 5 to 8 p.»>. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs.. W. W. Watson, 3 p.m. Mrs. H. L. Chambers is co-hostess. . SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- University Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m., Mr. and Mr«, Charlei Moore, Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Regenold and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson are hosts. Read Courier New: Classified Ad«.- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Reese hav< purchased the Boone Hall horn' on Chickasawba Street. Word has been received here tha Capt. Jj. H. Wise has landed in Korea and is serving there wit the Seventh Regiment of Engineer Corps. Mrs. Wise and children ar residing at 1901 Hearn in Blythe ville while Capt. Wise is overseas. Mrs. W. B. Nicholson has return ed home after a week in Nashvilli Tenn., where she visited her sis ter, Miss Natalie Martindale. an her daughter, Mrs. John Cunningham, and Mr. Cunningham. Mrs. Cunningham is the former Natalie Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor are in Magnolia visiting their daughter, Mrs. Glenn Harvey, and Mr. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick were in Cape Girardeau yesterday to attend funeral services lor Mrs. J. W. Morse, a former Blytheville resident. Mrs. B. A. Bugg is confined to her home with a virus infection. Sunny Day Calls Far , ' at Clubs The sunny day yesterday called for spring decorations when Tuesday card clubs conducted games. Spring bouquets were used about entertaining rooms. of the Newton Whitis home when Mrs. Whitis was hostess to Tri-Town Club. Invited to play with club members were Mrs. C.-S. Stevens, Jr., of Osceola and Mrs. William B. Welch. Mrs. Welch took top prize in the games with Mrs. Garrard Caudill winning second. NCO Wives Club Has Social Meeting NCO Wives Club held a social last night at the NCO dining hall. Preceding the party games a brief business session was,' held at which time club dues were voted on. It was announced that the club will Past Matrons, Patrons Club . Has Supper Mrs. T. J. Bailey and Mrs. Frank Ellis were hostesses Friday night at the Masonic Temple to 18 members and six guests of the - Past Matrons and Patrons Club. The six guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. Hosp, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman, Mrs. Lena Ford and Mrs." Ha Hollingsworth. A potluck supper was served buffet style from a table centered with greenery and red berries. Flanking this on either side were red tapers in crystal candelabra. Following the supper a business session was held and rook games played. In the business session it was announced that Judge and Mrs. Q. W. Barham have been made honorary member of the club. , Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester and Mrs. N W. Kyles, retiring president and secretary, were presented gifts by Mrs. Harold Nunn entertained C1B Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Sr., with a dessert-bridge. . Shades of pansies centered each ol the Individual tables. Mrs. Nunn and Mrs. Poy Etchieson were guests of the club. Mrs. Elwood Deen won high, Mrs. Etchieson, second, and Mrs. W. W. Workman, bridgo. Club members and guests was given at the home of Mrs. C. Murray Smart. Guests were Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Using shades of rose, Mrs. Smart formed her luncheon table centerpiece from spring blossoms. High scores went to Mrs. Riley Jones and Mrs. Caldwell. Tuesday Canasta Club played at the home of Mrs. W. A .Hollingsworth. Winners were Mrs. Roy Head, Mrs. Mike Meroney and Mrs. O. 0. Elkins. The hostess served a salad plate and coffee during the afternoon. Do overshoes and rubbers mark up your shoes? Carry a suede brush in your handbag during the winter months. the club. Rook winners were Mr. and Mrs Berryman, men and ladies high, and Mrs. Sylvester, rooko. start meeting the second and fourth Monday nights at the base theater until completion of the NCO Club. The organization has been meeting on the second and fourth Tuesday nights. Mrs. Dagmar Ranard was in charge of games which were won by Mrs. Lloyd Boyd and Mrs. Kenneth Keim. Mrs. George Heath was awarded the 'door prize. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served to the 38 members in attendance. It was announced that a board ot directors meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Martha Jo Hovrud, 2436 Kenwood Drive, Tuesday, March 6 at 7:30 prn. Mrs. Scherer Hostess to Fidelis Class Mrs. C. G. Scherer was hostess last night to 16 members of Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Bap tist Church. Mrs. C. E. Johnson, class teacher led the opening prayer with Mrs. N. P. Drifting conducting th business session. The devotional was given by Mrs. Roy Wood, a guest of the class. 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