The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 1, 1956
Page 4
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FACMFOUW '(XML.)' flKMDXY, BEMR I, MM Mia* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News — l»» <irj.U(v Rriifnr * Phc Phone 1-4461 Miss Massey, Retiring State DAR Regent, Receives Honor Miss Ruth Stayton Massey 01 Osceola, retiring regent of the Arkansas Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, received a special honor at the annual conference in Little Rock last weekend. She was endorsed by the state group lor the office of a vice president general In next year's national election. Tfte Blvtiievine chapter was represented by Mrs. W. Marion Williams, regent, and Mrs. Samuel F. Nnrrls, state chairman of press relations committee. Also attending the conference from Mississippi County were Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood and Mrs. C. M Harwell of Osceola, who are members of the William Strong "chapter to which Miss belongs. The conference, held at LaFayette Hotel, was highlighted by Its distinguished guests. These included Miss Gertrude E. Carraway, of North Carolina and Washington, D. C., national regent; Mrs. Thomas H. Lee of Philadelphia, Pa., corresponding secretary of the National DAB and a candi- dat* for the office of national regent; Mrs. Frederick A. Groves of Cape Girardeau, and Mrs. Charles C. Haig of near Washington, who also are seeking the office of national regent, and several state regents including Illinois. The state group, which now has 1365 members, elected Mrs. Haro!d C. York of near Little Bock as regent to succeed Miss Massey in April, and Mrs. B. W. McCrary of Hot Springs, as vice regent, for a two-year terms. The conference theme, "Protect America's Future Through Patriotic Education," was emphasized in the three-day meet with speakers including Gov. Orval E. Faubus. Opening Thursday with a memorial service, tht conference was concluded Saturday. Among the social events was a tea at the gov- eronor's mansion Friday afternoon complimenting Miss Massey; a reception at the hotel Thursday night complimenting Ml»« Carraway; tours of the old State House with its DAB room, and the territorial grounds, and a dance for the Rainbow Girls To Sponsor Spaghetti Supper The looal chapter of Rainbow Oirls te sponsoring a spaghetti «upper at the Masonic Temple Monday evening. The supper will be served from * to 8 p.m. with adult tickets sell- log tor one dollar and children's for ftftf cents. Sabbath Service To be Held at Temple Israel Tomorrow night at 8 pjm. Dr. Alfred Vise will conduct a subbath •ervioe at Temple Israel. The Rabbi will preach his sermon on, "How to Stop Worry." Duplicates Are Fun 8121 By Sue Burnett Scalloped-collar duplicate copies for mother and daughter. Pattern No. 8121 is in sizes 10, 12. 14, 16, 18, 20. Sire 12, 4 yards of 36-inch. Pattern No. 8122 is in sizes 3, 4, *, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, 1% yards ol 35-Inch. Two patterns. For tiiese patterns, Include 35c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, ' sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Bllr- •ett, BlytheviHe Courier News, 372 W. Qutnc? Street, Chicago 8, HU- noU. Basic FASHION, spring and •ummer '56 l« a complete sewing (Hide for every woman who sews for herself or her family. Don't wall — send Ji cents now for your •opy. pages. Miss Alexander Of Manila Becomes Bride MANILA—-Miss Vermalene Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hal Alexander of Manila, became the bride of Eddie Lloyd of Flint, Mich., and Leachville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lloyd of Leachville, in a candlelight ceremony solemnized Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Manila. The Rev. Richard Vestal, pastor, officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Miss Nina Jo Alexander, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. She was dressed in a two piece gown of blue cotton and carried a bouquet of yellow pompons. The brida, given in marriage by ner father, wore a wedding dress of white silk featuring a low neckline. The princess style dress was worn over a lace petticoat. Her fingertip veil fell from a small hat. She carried a bouquet of White carnations centered with an euchards lily. Bobby Grifham of Black Oak served Mr. Lloyd as best man. Mrs. Alexander chose for her daughter's wedding a dress of blue crepe. She complemented it with a small white hat and corsage of pale pink chrysanthemums. Mrs. Lloyd, mother of the groom, -wore a blue wool suit trimmed in pink and black accessories. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of white pompons in a crystal bowl flanked by white tapers in crystal holders. . Mrs. Billy Fox and Miss Rina Alexander presided at the table. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd left on a short wedding trip after which they will be at home in Flint. For traveling the bride wore a blue wool dress made princess style with black accessories and carnation corsage. Lt and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Jr., and sop Russell m of Corono del Mar, Calif., arrived this morning by plane in Memphis and were met there by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, who returned them to Blytheville for a visit. A Leap Year baby daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Rowlett, Jr., at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, their first ohild, weighed six and one- half pounds and was born on her grandfather H. J». Swearengen, Sr. s, birthday. She ha» been Wednesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Wednesday bridge clubs conducted games yesterday. Mrs. W. T. Morrow was hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club members and one guest, Mrs. Boy Harper, with a luncheon. She centered her luncheon table with an arrangement of jonquils and japonic*. Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mr«. Charles Rose were winners In the afternoon's bridge games. Wednesday Night Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. W. H. Butson. "Mrs. Hutson invited as guest Mrs. Jada McGuire. Winning the prizes of kitchen novelties were Mrs. George Green, Mrs. Hildred Bunch and Miss Frances Bowen. A dessert course preceded the games. lett is the former Miss Virginia Swearengen. Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Miss Cassandra Stockburger were in Little Rock Tuesday to attend an Arkansas Council of Children and Youth meeting. They participated in one of the workshops. Mrs. Carroll Watson of Osceola was also on the program. Jim Smothermon and Earl Wildy of Leachville returned last night from Little Rook where they attended a meeting of county presidents and secretaries of Farm Bureau's over the state of Arkansas. Mrs. C. E. Hllburn is a patient in Baptist Hospital. She is in Room 944. Mrs. Dave Rossetti will return to her home in Pine Bluff tomorrow after a visit here with Mrs. John prather and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard will leave Sunday for a week in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe will leave in the morning on a vacation trip to Arlington, Tex., New Orleans and Hattiesburg. In Arlington they will visit Mrs. Roe's son, Larry Taylor, and family. They will spend two days in New Orleans before motoring to Hattiesburg where they will pick up their daughter, Miss Peggy Taylor, student at Mississippi Southern, and return her to Blytheville for a short vacation. Condition of E. O. Adams, who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be slightly improved. Mrs. Bruce Terry and son of Virginia are visiting their husband and father who Is working on the housing project at Blytheville Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Will Abraham of Greenville, Miss., are the house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lloyd and children. Jana and Vicky Todd, daughters ol Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Todd, are reported to. be improved following a virus infection. Mrs. H. Gi PartloW is visiting In Marion and Memphis. Among those from Blytheville in North Little Rock last night to attend the basketball game were Mrs. Paul Jobe, Mrs. Jess Homer, Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mrs. Elbert Leasure and Mrs. Jim Tompkins. Students attending were Gena Gaines, Arden Cuadra, Sue and Lue Owens, Kay Jobe, Nancy Harris, Susan Moore; Linda Beth Leasure, Sipping the BREEZi in gaily colored SmartM fMtton *nV«*iii«rrH StMwt by GowiM ImWrifl MW styles, slim k*ek and foam tushioningl fcy yew* dipped, double -dipped or triple-dipptd hi spring «olwl Ton, Gf*y. PosKl nSrev-toiM, Mack, Navy, Natural! Surit Mating Kiyh_ $^9t $*f9i 6 - 7 Mrs. G. G. Caudill and Mrs. M. N. Nunn were winners when Town and Country Club was entertained by Mrs. C. C. Smith. During the afternoon the hostess served iced drinks and cookies. Mrs. Dick Watson was hostess to TLE Club at her home last night. Bridge winners were Mrs. Jerry Scrape, high, Mrs. W. J. Cupples, second high, and Mrs. Bill Hodge, brldgo. The hostess served a sandwich plate. Club Eight played at toe country home of Mrs. Charles Langston. Guests were Mrs. George Pollock. Jr., Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. F. E. TJtley and Mrs. C.. Murray Smart. Mrs. G. O. Poetz won high in the games, Mrs. Pollock, second high, and Mrs. Otto Scrape, bridge. A dessert course preceded the games. If you've a short neck, drop earrings are not for you. Leave them to the girl with the swanlike neck. You'll look prettier in some version of trie button earring. Donna Sue King, George Ann Byrd, Beth Johnson, Barbara Dale Dunlap, Hays Sullivan, Pat Sullivan, Mary Ann Tompkins, Dean Dougherty, Larry Campbell -and Clarence Cummings. Those from out-of-town here yesterday to attend funeral services for Mrs. O. E. Heaton were Charles H. Guard and grandson, Harold Smith, and George C. Guard of Equality, 111.; Charles H. Guard, Jr., of Evansvllle, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Terry E. Guard and daughter, Mrs. Al Tilman and Mrs. James Boss and sons Jimmy and Joe of Memphis and Mrs. Leo Durbin of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Denny Byrum have returned from a week's vacation in Daytona Beach and Silver Springs, Fla. The Boromky's of Manila Celebrate Silver Anniversary A week of celebration and surprises was in store for Mr. and Mrs. William Borowsky of Manila last week when they celebrated their silver wedding anniversary. Their children, Lt. Coleman Borowsky of Port Huachura. Ariz., Benjamlne, a student at Washington University, St. Louis; Miss Pruma Borowsky, student at Columbia University, New York, and Leslie of Manila were responsible for these surprises. The biggest surprise being that they all \vsre Engineers Club Host For USO Dance Corps of Engineers Womans Club was host last night for the monthly DSO dance at the LegioiTHut. This if the first of USO parties to be sponsored by local women's organizations. An appeal is still being made for clubs to volunteer for a USO party. The Hut was decorated for the occasion using the patriotic colors of red, white and blue. The mantle was centered with an array of flags banked ' by streamers, silhouettes were used above the mantle. Streamers were around the entrance door and on the reference table. The centerpiece for the table was a miniature cherry-tree flanked by red, white and blue tapers. Party foods were furnished by all members of the club. Senior hostesses representing the club at- the dance were Mrs. John Prather, Mrs. Everett I. Clark, Mrs. Jack Cow-. ger, Mrs. J. W. Turner, Mrs. Virginia Drew, Mrs. Elmer Norman, Miss Pearl Lee and Mrs. Dave Rossetti. Mrs. C. G. Redman, local USO chairman, was present along with Mrs. Blanche Kennedy, social service director at the Air' Force Base. Miss Vera Goodrich serves M chairman of the junior hostesses. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Michael Hamm, Rt. 1, city Phillip McDermott, city Mrs. Iver Glenn, Cooler Marshall Beck, city Ed Stewart, city Fred Rock,. Cooler R. A. Eades, Sr., city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Carol Crook, city Bruce Welch, city Mrs. Kahn Chapman, city Geneva Payne, city Mrs. Alma Walker and baby, city Geneva Christy, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Clarence parsons and baby, Rt. 1, city Mrs. Jimmy Manning and baby, Manila home. Others arriving for the week were Mrs. Borowsky's sisters, Mrs. Herman Margolin and Mrs. Harry Cohen and Mr. Cohen of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Jess Nathan of Los Angeles, Calif . On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Siegbert Jiedel of Blytheville entertained with a party at their home. For the family dinner on Friday, Jess Nathan of Los Angeles, who was unable to attend, had orchids flown in for the ladies. Mrs. Battle M. Grimes presented the Borowskys a three-tiered wedding cake trimmed with bells edged In silver. They also received a set of china from those present. On Sunday a niece, Mrs. Fannie Kaplan, of Memphis' entertained with a dinner at Peabody Hotel. When they were ushered Into the dining room 40 guests greeted them, 'Among those present were a niece and her husband of Chicago, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Graber of Corning. Others present were from Blytheville, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Memphis. Coming Events THURSDAY Joy Sunday School Class o4 Trinity Baptist Church having social at home of Mrs. Mildred Boren, 7.30 p.m. Delta Kappa Qamma meeting at home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs George wiffgs are co-hostesses. FRIDAY Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Billy Joe Geun. Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C. Murraj Smart, 2 p.m. Chicken supper at Gosnell School cafeteria sponsored by Gosnell HD Club, 5 to 8 p.m. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home, of Mrs. W. W. Watson, 2 p.m. Mrs. H. L. Chambers Is co-hostess. Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi having a progressive Mexican rush party. The group will. meet at the home of Mrs. Randall HawkJ, 7 pjn., to begin the party. SATURDAY 'Duplicate Bridge League meeting. —university Club" meeting'at Hotel Noble, 9 pjn., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore, Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Beg- RosaYWA Has Meeting In Hester Home The newly organized Young Women's Auxiliary of Rosa Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Jeff Hester Tuesday evening. Twelve members and two new members, Patsy Cooper and Jackie White, were present. Hine Griffin presided over the meeting after which the hostess served refreshments. Double Trouble In Kindegorten SEATTLE (>P) — Kindergarten problems were really doubled up at the Lafayette School. Six sets of twins are enrolled. It doesn't bring confusion to the teachers, though. Each pair Is separated in classrooms. The principal said that helps their education, not the teachers. Two of the sets are boy-girl combinations. Oddfellows Give Supper for Wives and Guests Oddfellows were ho*U Tuesday night with a potluck supper for their wives and other Rebekah lodgt members. jvjllowing supper an entertainment session was held which consisted of a Bible quiz by » panel of Oddfellows »nd a drill by Odd- fellow and Rebakah members. Group singing and prayer by a member -of the host group concluded the evening for the 60 prewnt. Don't be discouraged by the clothes mistakes you make. Everybody Tnakes them. But try to Warn from each one. enbld and Mr. and M». Bveret* Peterson are hosts. MONDAY Rainbow Oirls sponsoring spaghetti supper at Masonic Temple, 5 to 8 p.m. WMU of Jgfst Baptist Church meeting: at church for Royal Service program, 2 p.m. . Moultrie Court Restaurant Opening Date Thursday March 1st We're proud to nnnounc* that Mr. Lloyd Kofwycfc is now asso- ciated with our restaurant. This Is Your Personal Invitation to Visit With Us Specializing in Steaks, Chicken and Sea Food LAST DAY! for your baby's Tomorrow - Fri., March 2 5x7 PORTRAIT of your child., .for only H JNMi WOTy. ••eh, tut yMMfffiN*ft«.My«i tote* «ff»elv •* ^^ 10 a.m. to It noon "*** — 1 p.M. to 4:30 p.m. westport. Halter Sling fashioned with •lender tapered heels. Westport halter with the new mid-heel for that beauty underfoot ... the bar* of toe, bare of heel in important colors for that Spring wardrobe. COLORS! Yellow, Flax, White, Pink, or Black Patent. M/ettbrook A FAMILY SHOE STORE 5 312 W. Main && Phone 2-2342 g| Clearance LADIES' FALL AND WINTER Dresses Regular $10.95 to $35.00 Dresses $c $O $1 f\ Drastically Reduced - 3 Groups... 3'". O " I w BERRY'S

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