The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 14, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14,1958 - Society News — a Ann VTal1m*tf ' finftiafir HVJlfnr * .tllOI Mist Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Ensign and Mrs. Donald Coulter Miss Dixie Faye Killian Becomes Bride of Ensign Donald Coulter In a wedding of wide social interest, Miss Dixie Faye Killian, daughter of Mrs. Robert Killian of Blytheville, and the late Mr. Killian, became the bride of Ensign Donald Nathan Coulter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan G. Coulter of Bits of News 11 Io6 tlif f-^ct'5 on a t Mrs. James Barnes left yesterday by plane (o return to her homo ui Miami, Fla., alter a two-week visa 1 here with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs i Earl Damon.. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wade o: Fulton, Ky.. spent the weekend here] visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs , R. L. Wade and Mr. and Mrs. OU Mullins. Mrs. Wade remained for an extended visit with her mother, who Lou Blankensliip it ruucu i iau wiiii lit. I inuiiit-j , « mi _^_^ -. •- ~9 • was dismissed yesterday from Cluck- \ / /^ / / /< /// ; i /?/>/ 7 r/j / A\ usawba Hospital. Mrs. Mullins un- j J-jUli --Utl-l it f\tsftJ/JlLS cierwent surgery last week at the hos- 1 -, ,_— picaL Her condition is satisfactory, j Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore and daughters spent the weekend in Lepanto visiting relatives. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, Mrs. P. D. Foster. Jr., and Mrs. J. F. Me- Calla have returned from Lawrence, Kans.. where they visited Mrs. O. P. ,_— I O J- U Gerald Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Blankenship announce the engagement of Caruthersville. Ray Snyder. son or Mrs.. Porter Bar,, ,, „ _. . , .. , roin. and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Te ^ S " ^^"l^^^iA. L. Richardson of Blytheville. was the weekend guest of Miss Monta Hughes. Those in Little Rock this week to attend the Grand Chapter meeting! \, of Eastern Star will be Mrs. Earl | ^ Snvder Js ft studenfc ftt BI Damon Mr and Mrs. Gus Eberdt, theville ^ h School and also works Mrs. Alton Hardy. Mrs. Alvm Har-i f Knhh',.-H Hirriu-irp. dy. Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. Mis.s | f01 Huob.ud Haiduare. Mary Evelyn Featherstone, Mrs. W. A .Stickmoa; Mrs. R.ileig-h Sylvester, Mrs. Dorothy Bailey, Mrs. Lena Ford, Mrs. C. W .Alford, Mrs. Love Adams. Mrs. Louise Hosp. Mrs. Burks >er, Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mrs tor Stilwell. Mrs. Mane Child and Mrs. Frank Ellis. | Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Nelson ind daughter, Mrs. Charles Czechin. Jr.. left by plane this afternoon for Kansas City, Mo., due to the death of Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs. Joseph Miss Blankenship is a graduate of Cooter High School and is now employed by Rice-Stix in Ely the- Judge Sudbury S we. I To Speak At Jldress ] IT PTA Course Nashville, Ark., yesterday. Vows were exchanged at 4 p. m. in the sanctuary of First Methodist Church with the Rev. Harold Eggensperger officiating. Dubonnet and pink were used to decorate the church. Pink tapers cast a soft glow over the wedding party. Standing out in the background of woodwardia trees was a crescent altar piece of pink chrysanthemums. Baskets of deeper pink chrysanthemums flanked this arrangement. Accenting the arrangements was huckleberry. ' The couple knelt for the blessing I and Nancy McKinnon. white satin prieu dieu. At- I Those assisting silver candelabra holding glowing pink tapers. Reception assistants were Mrs. Fred Fleeman, Mrs. Charles Fleeman, Mrs. Max Schrader, Mrs. E. C. Fleeman and Mrs. L. E. Townsend. all aunts of the bridu, along with Mrs. E, B. Gee, Jr., Miss Blanche Lambert, Miss Ramona Graf ton, Mrs. Charles Czeschin, Jr., MIRE Sandra Long und Mrs. Glen Horner. Throughout the reception Berry. lings were distributed from baskets laecd with dubonnet satin streamers by little .Misses Susan Osborne Mrs. Sutherland To Lecture At WomensClub Christmas decorations will be illustrated Wednesday when Mrs. Hugh Sutherland of Itta Bena, Miss,, appears before members of the Garden Department of Blytheville Woman's Club. Mrs. Sutherland Ls noted for her ice j lectures and demons t rat ions tached to one corner of the prieu dieu was a cluster of pink chrysanthemums tied with the dubonnet bows. Mrs, John Caudill, organist, and pre- were presented corsages of pink carnations. The couple left on n wedding trip to Jacksonville. Fl».. where the groom is stationed at the Naval Air Station. Lord's The new Mrs. Coulter wore for traveling :i mauve .suit with matching hafc and brown accessories. She pinned n corsage of gardenias at her shoulder. Ou (.-of- town guests were from Manila. Leiidiville. LHtle Rock, Fay- otleville, Fort Smith, Marked Tree and Kennett. Modern Ranch House Complete with furniture, this sturdy all metal house is lithographed in full color Aviih patio in the rear. 98 Larger Model Harry Carter Parr, vocalist, sented. nuptial music. Mrs. Caudill. who was dressed in a dark blue afternoon dress, .played compositions by Bach, Wagner, Schubert and Li.szt. Mr. Farr sang, "I Love Thee," by Grieg; "All for You," by Borland-Brown and "The Prayer." by Malotte. Miss Bobbye Killian served her j Reiul Courier News Classified Ads. sister as maid of honor with brides- 1 ~ - :ZL_^J: --- j— :.:. maids being Mrs. Charles Williams, Miss Doris Bean and Mrs. James Cheadle. Miss Connie Schrader was junior bridesmaid. Attendants wore identical gowns of burgundy velvet and net over taffeta styled with an off-shoulder portrait neckline. They wore matching small, crown less hats of velvet with accents of rhinestone. Their pink velvet muffs were centered with a single du- bonnet chrysanthemum. The bride entered on the , arm of her unclf. Fred Fleeman, wearing a wedding gown of bridal white designed by Marie of Pandora. It was fashioned of hand clipped imported Chantilly lace and satin with long torso lines. The scooped neckline featured embroidered scallops with traceries of sequins and seed poarls. The long tapering sleeves came to petal points at the wrists with matching jewels. Appliques of lace outlined the waistline and were accented with .sequins and pearls. The bouffant, skirt with tapering hemline fell into a Cathedral train. Her fingertip veil cascaded from a contour jeweled crown. She carried n circular bouquet of white roses and carnations. I Mr. Coulter served his son as best man, with Tommy Choate. Jack Williams, Don E. steel and Charles i Coulter, cousin of the groom, scrv- j ing as ushers. Mrs. Killian wore for her daughter's marriage a champagne silk j sheath dress with rounded neckline | featuring insets of crystal bends. ] She wore matching accessories and ! pinned a corsage of pink camilllas j at. her shoulder. j Mrs. Coulter was gowned in blue peau de soie with matching accessories. She also wore n pink ca- millia corsage. The reception was given in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble. The bride's table was covered with pink satin overlaid with pink net. Centering the table was a three- tiered wedding cake which wns I placed on a rotating crystal platter. I Topping the cake were glittering ! wedding bells through which were [ pulled white rosebuds. j Garlands of smllax were caught ! in the center and at the corners of | the table by dubonnet satin stream- ! ers. j Planking the cake were pink ta- i pers in silver candelabra. The nr- 1 rangemcnt of white stock and pink carnations on the punch table also carried out the wedding bell theme. The carnations were pulled through the glittering bells. This arrangement , WM ateo flanked by throughout the mid-south. The affair will begin at 2 p.m. with admission charge being $1. The public is invited. Municipal Court Judge Graham Sudbury will speak tomorrow afternoon at a joint study course meeting of Junior and Senior High Parent-Teacher Associations. The meeting will be held in Junior High School auditorium, at 2'.30 p.m. Judge Sudbury will speak on, "Teen-Age Driving." Hoyti Garden Club to Have Guest Speaker HAYTT—Mrs. .Hugh Sutherland of Itta Bena, Miss., a nationally accredited teacher of flower arrangements, will lecture ami demonstrate with same 20 exhibits at a meeting of the Hayti Garden Club from 2 to 4:30 Tuesday afternoon in the basement of the Methodist Church, it was announced today. Caruthersville Girl Becomes Bride CARUTHERSVILLE —Miss Jane Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davis, who recently moved from Caruthersville to Kennett, was married to George Pool of Kennett Oct. 29 at the parsonage of First Baptist Church of Kennett. The Rev. Owen SherriU performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride, who wore a brown suit with matching accessories, .is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Davis of Cayuthersvtile. Tiie former Miss Davis is a member of the junior class of Kennett High School. Mr. Pool also is graduate of Kennett High School. Mr. and Mrs. Pool are making their home in Kennett. Spagtotti Supper Given For Church Junior high group of First Presbyterian Church was host to junior high age groups of First Methodist, First Christian and St. Stephen's Episcopal Churches with a spaghetti supper last night. Approximately 85 students with their sponsors attended the supper in the recreation .rooms of the Presbyterian Church. A r r a n K e m e n t s of chrysanthemums interspersed with fall flowers were used to center the tables. Mrs. Jess Homer and Mrs. D. E. McCnski!!, sponsors of the host Toup, were in charge of the affair. Following the meal, the remainder of the evening was spent in an informal som; service. Variety Club Has Monthly Dance Party Mr. and Mrs. Paul Price along with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cupples were hosts tor the monthly dance party of the Variety Club Saturday night in Plantation. Room of Hotel Noble. Bouquets of chrysanthemums, accented, by glowing tapers, decorated the room. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ewine, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sweat, Mr. and Mrs. George Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hughes, Dr. and Mrs. Troy Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Win Wells, Otto Pohnka and Miss Gloria ^shmore. When a new state is admitted to the Union, a new star becomes part of the official ilag of the United States on the following Fourth of July. LAY-AWAY TOYLAND Toys Are Our Business — Our Only Business Electronic Switchboard Complete with 2 phones, it controls 4 phone extensions and is clear on each of -1 stations Dial plug-in, buzzes, signals, has warning siren. $9.98 READY-TO-FLY Ready - To - Fly Airplanes equipped wilh easy starling engines. Plastic and wood bodies. The sport stunt ships for beginners or ex- perls. Fire Baby $785 TD-3 $4^95 AMERICAN LOGS Reproduced in scaled miniature the square cut limbers of pioneer days. $ A 98 American Plastic Brick Modern interlocking brick const ruction in its most rcaltistic form. 49 Our game dept. is one of the mosl complete in the city. In addition to Monopoly we have CLUE, DRAGNET, SCKAHRLE and many others. 0 SANTA SAYS: "Boys and Girls, I will be at the LAD & LASSIE TOY CENTER Nov. 26th. Be sure to tell Mom and Dad to bring you to see me. I will be there to talk with all th« boys and girls in the Blytheville area. Now don't forget me!" -Use Our Lay-Away Plan- LAD & LASSIE TOY CENTER Main at First Phone 3-6308 At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Warren S. Allen, city Sadie Thompson, Manila, Mrs. J. J. Moore, Jr., city Mrs. Mamie Hancock, city Mrs. Lena Azbill, Cooter Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Stella Whistle, Roseland Mrs. Max Briley and baby, city Mrs. Raymond Maxwell, city Mrs. Henry Pollock, Steele Mrs. Jesse Quarles, city Mrs. Wallace Hay, city- Mrs. Neal McCormick. city Mrs. Joe Brents, city Sally Hale, city Mrs. Claude Kolwyck, city Mrs. OU Mullins, city Connie Berry, city Mrs. Betty Freeman, city Mrs. Fred Saliba, city Mrs. Norman Bratcher, city Ronnie Ellis, city Mrs. Lloyd Adams, city Joe Davis, city Mrs. Winfred Miller and baby, city Miss Lucille Ricketts, city Mrs. Travis Ray, Holland. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Leroy Hyneman, city Mrs. Theda Richardson, city Mrs. Doris Hopper, city Gregorio Esqutval, city Charlene Billingsley, city MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Tassion" With Cornel Wilde — AND — "War Arrow" With Jeff Chandler ALSO CARTOON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature Walt Disney't "Vanishing Prairie" — AND — "Jump Into Hell" With All Slur Cast Coming Events MONDAY Groups of First Christian Church meeting:. Love Group \vith Mrs. J, D. Davis, 8 p.m. Charity Group with Mrs. J. J. Morgan. 8 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle with Mrs, Bob McCaughoy, 7:30 p.m. Rose Marlowe Circle with Mrs. Jack Christy, 7:30 p.m. Band Parents Club meeting at high school, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY j Annie Armstrong Circle meeting j with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, 7:30J p.m. . CIB Bridge Club meeting with t Mrs. Uthp Barnes. ! Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Chester Caklwel!. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi having pledge ritual in Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Edgar Parks is hostess. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at home of Mrs. T. I. Seay. TUESDAY Yarbro HD Club having potluck dinner at clubhouse. Junior High PTA meeting. Executive board meets at 2:15 followed by r: -cly course at 2 30 p.m. General m:\ting will be held at 3 p.m. Meeting to organize North Mississippi County Cancer Unit at Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Public invited to attend. Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at home of Mrs. Joe Davis, 713 Illinois. 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Lange PTA meeting at 3 p.m. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Charlie Rose. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. M. N. Nunn. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. .' Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. Hugh Sutherland speaking at meeting of Garden Department of Woman's Club at 2 p. m. Central PTA meeting at 3 p.m. preceded .by executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY Corps of Engineers Womans Club , meeting. Mrs. Preston Pranks and Mrs. Norm Griff ing are hostesses. Thursday Contract Club meeting •with Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. | Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Chillion Club meeting'with Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Johnny White. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. j C, W. Affl'ick. j Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Flat Lake HD Club having annual Thanksgiving Dinner at clubhouse. Hobby Lobby at First Methodist Ladies At Club Postponed Due to the approaching Thanhsgiving: Holiday season Ladies Day at Blytheville Country Club has Mrs. Fred Fleeman is i; of the hostess committee. NALC Meets In Burks Home NALC Ladies Auxiliary met Friday night at the home of Mrs. Paul Burks with eight members in attendance. Roll call was answered with each member putting canned goods in a Thanksgiving basket which will be given to a needy family. Mrs. Burks presided over the business session and also served refreshments in the social hour. Church. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Luncheon will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Lydia Class of First Baptist Church having potluck supper at home of Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, 7 p.m. Mrs. R. G. Cash is co-hostess. FRIDAY Friday Club meeting with Mrs. R. A. Porter. Chapter N, PEO, meeting at home of Mrs. Harry Kirby for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. E. j. Cure and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham are co-hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. BLAST OFF! — Just like lhe real McCoy is this crash helmet designed for junior jet pilots from five to 15. Made by the firm that makes the real ones for the Air Force, the helmet has a movable visor, a speaker's unit and'"emergency" apparatus consisting of a magnetic compass and a whistle siren. The flexible plastic shell has a shock-absorbing foam rubber liner and adjustable head and chin strap. Trails of ionized air left by tiny meteors entering our atmosphere have been found to reflect radio waves, promising to double or triple the channels available for communication over thousand-mile distances. CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank our many friends for their expressions of sympathy during the recent illness and death of our mother and sister, Mrs. J. W. Hardy. We would especially like to thank Rev. Harold Eggerisperger, Dr. Frank Pitts, Dr. Bfasley and the wonderful nurses at the Chickasawba Hospital for their kindness and patience. May God bless you all. fu Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT STEWART AILYSON Stmt^ic ', Air Command: Color iy TECHNICOLOR A Plnnonn! hclult — PLUS SHORT — "ASSIGNMENT CHILDREN" With Danny Kaye ALSO METRO NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Billy King Box Office Opens Weekdays and Sunday 1:45 p.m.—Matinee Starts at 2:00 p.m. Saturday Box Office Opens 1:00 p.m.—• Matinee Starts at 1:15 p.m. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rilz & Boxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY VAN HEFWN, PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "This Is My Love" TUBS. WED. & THURS. 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