The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 30, 1954
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1954 - Society News - io Ann Mnllhrv. finmetv Rdit:nr / P' lu Miss Millie Ann Mallbry, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 MARRIED — Miss Joan Patete of Elizabeth, N. J., became the bride of James F. Reinmiller of Rosette, N. J., and formerly of Blytheville, in a ceremony performed in Elizabeth. (Photo by Thomas Studio) A Mask Ball Theme Used For Ladies Day at Club A Mask Ball was the theme when Ladies Day was held al Ihe Country Club yesterday. The entrance door and mantel Mrs. F. K Utlry, Mrs. F. E. Still, mirror were hand painted with, Mrs. C. E. CrigKcr, Mrs. J. W. 'black masks outlined with sold and; Adams and Mrs. Harry A. Halnes. the windows of the club were paint- The new club hostess, Mrs. Wiled with thr«.e masks. ! Ham H. Caldwell was introduced The musk theme wns carried outilo the group by the club president. James F. Reinmiller Claims New Jersey Girl As Bride In a ceremony performed today in Elizabeth, N. J., Miss Joan Patete, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Patete of Elizabeth, became the bride of James F. Reinmiller of Roselle, N. J., formerly of Blytheville and son of Mrs. Homer E. Wilson of Lawton, Okla., and the late John F. Reinmiller of Blytheville. Halloween Party Given K « i The musk theme wns curried out, inClCrStirtCll I further in score pads and tallies C? i find napkins. Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. The room was decorated with witches, ghosts, black cats and pumpkins made by the children in their .-lasses. A lighted pumpkin was the ccnU'r of nltciHHin. Following Ihc party on open house was held for the mothers with Halloween Individual cakes, candy and Iced drinks served Mrs. Ilosea McDaniels, Mrs. T. C. Brarmum, Mrs, W. D. Cobb and Mrs. Dale lirlggs assisted Mrs. Nichols with the party. Bits of News Fifth District Legion Holding Meeting Here Filth District of American Le«!on Auxiliaries will hold a con- lerence tomorrow at the Legion Hut with Mrs. J. F. Brownson, fifth district president, presiding. Bess Proctor ot Lltllt Rock will be Kiiest speaker. Clara Coornbe, state secretary will be present. Mayor E. R. Jackson will welcome the guests and The Rev. Robert Dagwcll will give the invocation. Following the meeting a tea will be held for Ihc out-of-town guests. find napkins, GUIs were wrapped with white paper and tir;d with gold and taJack j ribbon find (ho masks were sprink-j Jed on the top. j The tahlps whtre the guest were) sentf-d for lunch v/cre centered with orange candles nestled in black mftllnc and tied with black , and gold ribbon. These candles ] were sprayed with gold sequins. I AmmcemenLs of golden mums ,,. . , , ,j a «i . ... ] were used on the piano and Milrth * Nichols a student at Ar- throuRhout emertainlnR rooms. "ansns State Co lege s among he Winners in the brldire Gimps students of the dramatic class who IweTe Mrs. I RCole^VrS are attend,,,,-several shows m New JMrs. Jack Cuadra, second high, Orleans this weekend. I and Mrs. B. M. Terry, Jr., brid- Tommy Burnham, son of Mr. j, and Mrs. L. T. Burnham, under- Mrs. Paul Cooper of Cooler was! went surgery at Campbell's Clinic high In the canasta games and I In Memphis this morning. Mrs. L. Berry of Holland was se- Mrs. Lucy Goody and son. A. K. Vows were exchanged in St. Mary of the Assumption Church in a 10 a m. nuptial mass with the Rev. John A. Meyer officiating. Music was provided for the occasion by Mrs. Starkey of Arlington. N. J., organslt, and Mtss Marybeth Starkey, soloist. Miss Gertrude Patete, served her as maid of honor, and Dolores Patete, served her sister as .bridesmaid and Miss Catherine B.Donnelly was i bridesmaid. The bride, who was given in mnr- riage by her father, wore a sown of bridal white Duchess satin made tr princess style with full skirt and train. The bodice of her gown featured a pointed yoke trimmed in seed pearls and long fitted sleeves. Her skirt featured godets and Rosepolnt Lace over nylon tulle. The veil of fingertip length bridal Illusion was attached to a Juliet cap of seed pearls and rhinestones She carried a prayer book .topped with a orchid and stephanotis. Robert Mintzer served Mr. Reinmiller as best man and ushers were Peter Zimmermann nnd Vincent Patete, a brother of the bride. A reception was held at 2 p. m. at the Elisabeth Carterei Hotel. The couple left on a wedding trip to Blytheville and upon ther return will make their home at 533 E. Se- cond Avenue In Rosellc, N. J- The bride is a graduate of St Mary's High School imd the Berkeley Secretarial School In East, Orange, N. J. She is now employed as secretary to advertising manager of Ttlet'lex, Inc., in Newark, N. J. The groom is a graduate of Blytheville High School and was employed by Federal Bureau of Investigation In Washington, before entering the Army. He served H months In France with the military police and wan discharged In Februrary of this year. He is now employed in the Chassis Department of General Motors Corporation, Linden, N. J, GEOClub Meets in McHaney Home Mis;; Pattyc June On vis and Mi Wnllci- Marble were uiirMs cil Mi Joe Mi'Ihiney tins vm'k when entcrtiiinud the GKO Club. Winners In (he bridge urtmr.s • Mrs. Frank Srny. liirrh, nnd Mi J. C. Ellis. Jr., siToml lni;h. Al Ihc coiicIiiMnn <>f IIl(1 Hinni'S Ihc hostess served a de.'.siTL Mrs. Black Winner at Thursday Club Mrs. K. B. Gee entertained members of the Thursday Club with a luncheon at her homo yesterdny when her guesLs were Mrs, F. F.. Black and Mrs. Roy Harper of St. Louis. centered the tiiblc where the R nests were .seated for lunch nnd arrnngements of chrysimthemuins wore used in the cnlerlalniiiK rooms. Mrs. Black mid Mrs. J. A. Leuch were winners in bridge nnnuis. Thursday Club Has Meeting Mrs. E. P. Boi inn entfrtainfd members ol the Thursday Contract Chlb with a luncheon this week. Guests of Ihe Krnup weir Mrs. John Lont.1 and Mrs. R. II. stmil. A Hulloween motif was curried out in Uie dccuvudons of the hoiue. Mrs. P. B. Joyner aiitl Mrs. P. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15r it .'Jiic Al All Times cond hiKh. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. (iean S. Atkinson, chairman, Husbands Guests At Esther Class Potluck Supper Goody, returned today from Searcy where they have been visiting friends. The Rev. and Mrs. James Pomeroy, Mrs. Earl Wildy and Mrs. George McLeod have returned from Little Rock where they attended a zone meeting of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League at the Grace Lutheran Church. Pete Walker of Memphis is the Esther Class of 'First Baptist weekend guest of his parents, Mr. Church held a politick supper for | and . Mr - s ; J - T - Walker, members and their husbands last **""* . ENGAGED . .— Miss Mary. Golda McKin- .ney of Fort. Smith will become the bride of Thomas R. Sylvester of i Blytheville in ] ceremony to be ! . performed . I Nov. 14. Miss ' Golda is the daughter of | Mrs. Benjamin Stough of Fort i Smith and Mr.'j Sylvester is the j son of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester of . Blytheville. . Chillion Club Meets With Mrs. Meroney The Chillion Club met yesterday when Mrs. Mike Meroney was hostess. Winners in the games were Mrs. Felix Carney, high, Mrs. S. E. Tor- jusen, second and Mrs. O. O. Elklna, Si'-, third. A guest of the group was Mrs. Edith Permenter. The hostess served pumpkin pie and coffee at the conclusion of the games. Engagement of Miss McKinney Thomas Sylvester Annouced To night, al the home ot Mr. juicl Mrs. Hei'iimn May. Mrs. Lee Proctor was co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner were guests of the group and Mr. Gardner gave n talk on "Good Stewards of the Bible." Mrs. Joe Roach presided over the business session and (.he Rrnnp was dismissed with prayer by Mr. Gardner. AT THE HOSPITALS Chtckasawlia Hospital Dismissed: T. J. Hnnsard, city Mrs. Russell Baxter and baby, city Donald Cole, city Mrs. Henry Dodd, city Mis. Rill GHbCAV. city Yvonne Jolley, Steele Jacqueline Brock, city Lngrnnn Whittle, city W, C. Hester, city Judy Bussing, city Miss 'Been Norris will be in Memphis tonight to attend the i D. Foster bridge untn \vcre winners in the wedding of Miss Sara Rich to Everett Norfleet, and the reception at the Country Club. T/Sgt. Jack B. Phillips of Welters Air Force Base, Mineral Wells, Tex., is spending the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. L. T. Moore, Sr. Jim Gossett of Burdctte has been selected by the faculty of Hendrix ColleRe to appear in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," a national directory. Requirements for "Who's Who," include excellence and sincerity in scholarship, leadership, and participation in extra curricular and academic activities, citizenship and service to the school. He is student body presiUent, He is also a member of prc-Thcologs. the H Club, Blue Key and has served as Junior Class president and as a mem- bf-r of HCA Council. . Serrjci Bon^art of Memphis was the overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris. SRI. and Mrs. Lloyd Ray are the i weekend guests of ;j,hetr parents. Then engagement of Miss Mary Golda McKinney of Foil Smith to Thomas R. Sylvester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester of Blytheville, is announced today by her mother, Mrs. Benjamin Stough. Dorcas Class Has Halloween Party in Home Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church held a Halloween party at the home of Mrs. Orm Mae Peeples last night. Mrs. H. O'Neal, Mrs. Edith Per- meiiter. Mrs. Josephine Rollison. Mrs. E. Sawyer, Mrs. Jim Oxford ' Mrs. Permenter. Mrs. Buford Cooley and Miss Ann Nance were guests j and Miss Nance for the best cos- of the group. tumes.. Miss Katherine Golding was in charge of entertainment and prizes Contract Club Has Meeting in Whittaker Home The Friday Contract Club met at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker this week when she had as her guests Mrs. Neal Gesell, Mrs. Seigbert Jeidel and and Mrs. W. C. Higginson. Chrysanthemums and dahlias were used to decorate the entertaining, rooms of the home. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. R. B. Ctout, high. Mrs. Doyle Henderson, second high, and Mrs. Jeidel, bridge. At the conclusion of the games [he hostess served refreshments- KEEN-SIGHTED A hj\wk 'can detect a mouse from hundreds of feet in the air. Once .sighted, the rodent has little chance to survive, for this fierce, flesh-eating bird descends upon its prey .with deadly speed and accuracy. Coming Events MLs-s McKinney was graduated from Port Smith Senior High School \vi|h the class of 1951. Mr. Sylvester is a graduate of Blytheville High School and Arkansas State College where he received his bachelor of arts degree where | P- m - at lesion Hut. he served as president of Sigma Pi Monday Fraternity. The wedding will be solemnized in Fort Smith, Nov. 14. Sunday Mrs. J. F. Brownson is having a meeting of the Fifth District of American Legion Auxiliaries at 1 were awarded to Mrs. Luther Garni, Miss Ellen Moore is teacher this class. WMU of First Baptist Church has 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon. Executive Board of Presbyterian Church meets at church at 1 p.m. WMU of Trinity Baptist Church meets at church at 2 p. m. Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. David Gaddis, 7:30 p.m. Marion Cook Circle with Miss Bex- nice Overman at 7:30 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at parish house at 8 p. m. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLC.N lit 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tor Ritz & Rnxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program AlEXANPfR PAM pretenh PAULHENREID 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! 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