The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 1, 1954
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1954 - Society News — .inn Mallnvv Snrlnrv Rdirnr /, PIlOD MiM Milli» Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Bride-Elect Complimented With Breakfast MiM Jo Ann Trieschmann bride- elect of John Leonard Wall. Jr.. of Budora, ArK., was complimented yesterday when Mrs. Ted King honored her with a breakfast. The table where the 12 guesU were seated was overlaid with a linen cut work cloth and centered wiUi an arrangement of pink chrysanthemums. Each place was marked with a button chrysanthemum corsage. Miss Trieschmann wore for the occasion a charcoal dress with black accessories and was presented a lavendar aster corsage backed with silver leaves and tied in Inventor and silver and silver in her chosen pattern by her hostess. Mrs. J. A. Trieschmann. mother of the honoree, was a special guest of the group. Beacon WMA Has Mission Study At Church The Women's Missionary Association of Beacon Baptist Church met at the church last night when there were 2 members and one visitor, Mrs. O. L. Smith, present. Group .singing opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. H. A. Coleman. Roll call was answered with the group repeating favorite verses of scripture. Mrs. Fred Hill presided over the business session and the Rev. J. J. Johnson taught the mission study. Mrs. Lawrence James and Mrs. Hill dismissed the group with prayers. Osceoio News By BETTY1 NELLE 8TARB Mrs. Bill Walters was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday night sit the-home of Mrs. Harry Matlock. The hostess served a hot tamale supper to the members and guests, Mrs. D. P. Crouch and Mrs. Bay Morgan. Mr. Matlock joined the members in playing bridge and won high score. Second high was won by Mrs. G. L. Waddell. Twenty-five members of the Osceola Progressive Garden Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry,Mullock. Hostesses were Mrs. Matlock. Mrs. Bill Ellas, Mrs. Louis George, Mrs. Dick Fletcher and Mrs. Claude Lloyd, Mrs. Robert Bailey had charge of the program. Her talk was on rail foliage. A bulb exchange was held after the business meeting. The bulbs were turned over- to Mrs. Bailey, who is .state thcrnpy chairman, to use at hcv own discretion in distributing them to state institutions. A dessert course followed the exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ross are home after visiting relatives In Gulfport, Miss., and Pensacolfi, Fla. Mrs. Ross visited her sister, Mrs. H, A. Duboison in Gulfport while Mr. Ross visited his sister in Pensacola. Mrs. John Ed Phillips and Mrs. Billy Chiles entertained their bridge club Wednesday night. An extra table of guests WHS added in special compliment to Mrs. Chiles' sister, Mrs. Knox Phalen of New York, who is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Phillips, and Mrs. Chiles. Early blooming mums were used for the floral decorations. A dessert course was served. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Toole, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Anders entertained with a picnic dinner at Florida Park Sunday. Those attending were out-of-town relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Toole and Mrs. Anders. The Rev. Chalmers Henderson and R. C. Bryan were in Forrest City Wednesday on business Mrs. George Doyle had as her guest for her pitch club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Harper of Dexter. Mo. A dessert course preceded the games of pitch. The Junior Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Bruce Ivy. Mrs. Ed Alder had chnrpe of the program and gave a talk on the usefulness of fall leaves in the flower garden. A dessert, course was served following the meeting. The men of the Presbyterian Church gave their annual dinner Wednesday night at the church. '• The women of the church served the dinner, Mr. and Mrs. N. G, Cartwrifiht of Lake Providence, La., announce the birth of their third son born last week in a Vicksburg, Miss., hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Gherson and infant son of Ankara. Turkey, are leaving New York by plane 10- morrow to return to their home. Mrs. Gherson has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Smith of Oaceola and a sister, Mrs. Natalia King, and a niece. Miss Janet King, of Memphis for the pasi four months. Mr. Gherson joined his family here a month ago for a visit to the states. En route home they will visit in Rome and Mr. Gherson's mother in Istanbul. Mr. and Mr*. Marvin H. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Harper of Steele Celebrate Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Marvin II. Harper of Steele celebrated their golden wedding anniversary yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harper havr mark; their home, except for 10 years, in Pemiscot County where Mr. Harper is actively engaged in farming. Mr, Harper, who Is 71 years nlrl, came to Peniiscot County !>!) yours ago from Dyersburg, Trim. Mrs. Harper is f>9 years old and was born at, the place slid Is now living. She is Ihc former Miss Minnie Brooks. The Hnrpors have eight children ving and all were present yesterday. They are Judge and Mrs. R">' Harper of St. Louis. Mrs, Harper is the tonner Miss Rulh Butt ol Mr. ;uul Mr.-;. Frnnk H. Harper of Hot Springs, the Rev. nnd Mrs. Marshal Burroughs nnd daughters of Kansas City. Mo., Miss Riilh arper. of San Francisco. Calif , Mr. and Mrs. I,. - M. Harpnr and children of Dalliis. Tex., Or. nnd Mrs. Reginald Harper and daughter of New Haven, Mo., Mr. and Mm. Marvin Harper, Jr.. nnd sons of Steele and Mr. nnd Mrs, Bobby JOP Hni'prr oi Nashville, Tenn. The reception table Irnm which the 300 guests which willed yester- day afternoon were served was 1 ovprhiid with a linen outwork cloth ; and (.'entered with an arrangement j of yellow roses interspersed with [gold l)iiu!j]rs and leather leaf. Gold ; tapers in gold candclabi'ji flanked I At The Hospitals CriiuViHsnwba HospHiit Ann Bnrhiiwo. City Mrs. Mnrvln ClmppcH. Clly Mrs.'Mrssr Youim jmcl hnhy, City MJ-K. Ililly Jen- liciui. City C';i nil Asliby, City Diirri'll Cini'y. City Arrhin Btlchiiniin. City Oils Birysnchcr. City Mr.-.. Wllll;; Arnold. Slccle Ancil Poll. City Ituby null! Hrmvii. Hurmcmdnle ni'ljoiah RiisEi-ll, Dell Ml'.s. Joe Coiioon :uul baby, Hol- liuul Ml'.s. H.-irdy Cra\vlnrcl and bnby, Doll I Paul I..OVOI1, City | Lark Anderson. Clt OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT THOSE °<' t iTECHNICOLOR TWO COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Bits of News Phonal Condition if James Hill, Jr., who underwent surgery at the Baptist Hospital m Memphis Saturday is reported to be satisfactory. Mr. 'Hill is in Room 462. His sister, Mrs. Rotd Artdy. of Columbia, S. C., is in Memphis with him. Mrs. Henry Dodd, who has been a pfitient in the Chickasawba Hospital, is now at her home. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black were in Memphis Saturday to attend the production of "The King and I." A Future Tradesman of Arkansas district meeting was held in Jonesboro last week. Tlilxe from Blytheville High School attending were J. P. Sweat and Roy Warlord, chapter sponsors, and Billy ColsUm. Quinn- tcn Sandlln. Douglas Graham, Earnest Lucas and Pete For&hee. Marvin Razor and daughter., Sharon, spent the weekend in Little Hock as guests of Mr. I'iftxer's brother. Elmer Ha/.er, and family. Murray Smart. Jr., a student at Tulane University, iwis the weekend guesi of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Murray Smurl. Mr. and Mrs. Smart and .son and Mrs. Lloyd Stick- non and son, John, wtri; in Memphis Saturday to attend "The King arid I". Mr. and Mrs.. Paul Mahnn spent the weekend in Memphis where they were the gue.sts of Mr. Million's sister, Mrs. Robert Hawkins, Mr. Hawkins and daughters. Mrs, O, W. McCutcheni Mr. «nd Mrs. Jim HoU-.son and Mr.s, Ruth Eleanor Aftlick were in Memphis last, night to participate in the Special Winners Game at Hotel Peabody. Mrs. Roll-son and Mrs. Afflick won second place in this event. GucsUs of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Mod- inger are Mrs. Modinger's sisters, Mrs, R. E. McArdle. and Mrs. S. B. Levy of Houston, Tex. Mr. and Mrs, Kendall Berry were in Memphis Saturday night to attend a dinner party given by Mr, and Mrs. Joe Davis at the University Club. Later the group attended "The King and I.". Among thot'c In Memphis Saturday to attend the production of "The King and I," were Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs- P. 1>. Poster. Mrs, Bill Hutson, Mrs. Fred Steadman. Mrs. Paul Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Chester CiUdwell. Mrs- Edgar A. Stacy and Mr.s. Noble Gill of Dell and Mr. and Mrs. R, J. McKtnnon of Manila. Mi'.s. Robert Purvis returned .Saturday from Memphis where she visited her grandson, Robert Mich- iiel Caraway, while his parents. Mi. and Mrs, That! H. Caraway were in New Yoi'k to attend the National Mid-South Farm Equipment Association Convention. Dell FHAHas Initiation • Drll Future HoinPiniikPrs of America entertained the eiphtl Ki'ivtte Kirls with a ten Oct. 2fi, during initiation week for those desir- inE membership in this club. Friday n formal initiation service was held In the school auditorium wilh Shirley Ballard. GeraUllne Duck. Delores Gllliland. Patncla Penter. .land Phillips. Gloria Rhoadcs. liinila Simpson. Eli'/.abcth Tidwcll, .lean Willbanks and l.l\ Martha Wilborn beinc-, initiated. HALLOWEEN ROYALTY — Marcia Partln (led), daughter of Mrs. Marguerite S. Partin, a student in the third grade, was crowned queen of the Dell Grade School at the Dell Halloween Carnival Friday night. Miss Prances Garner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer earner, a sophomore, was crowned high school queen. Superintendent A. E. Caldwell crowned the queens. (Bee Gee'pholo) Coming Events Tuesday The Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. T. A. Folger at 7:30 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. 7:30 p. m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Roland Bishop. 514 S. Second. Miss Billle Sue Burks Is co-hostess. Mrs. Joe McHaney entertains CIB Bridge Club. Mrs. Max Reid has Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Gepe Teaford entertains Tri-Town Club. American Legion Auxiliary meets at hut. Country Club Bridge League meets. Mrs. Max O. Usrey has La Petite Club. YM Birthday Club meets. Garden Club meets with Ml'.s. R. A. Copeland. Wednesday National Guard wives meet with Mrs. Bill Fraser at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. M. N. Nunn entertains Town and Country Club. Mrs. Oick Shanks has Vendredi Bridge Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. VV. J. Pollard. Mrs. Paul Jobe bus Club Eight. Intel-mediate Boys Have Hot Dog Supper The Tntcnnedinte Boys of Calvary Baptist Church were given a hot. flop supprr at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stewart Friday night Tin; Rev. J. H. Melton gave the opening pniyw nnd after supper the fjroup attended the football game. Mr. Stewart is the teacher of this i-hiss. Halloween Party Given At Webb Home The home of Mr. and Mrs- A,, H. Webb was the setting yesterday afternoon for a Halloween party when their children, Marilyn and Stanley, entertained. Large replicas of ghosts and gob- Urn were used throughout the house and small ghosts were suspended from the ceilings. Lighted jack-o- lanterns were placed In each Window. The table from which the guest* were served was overlaid with an orange cloth and centered with a witch stirring her brewing pot. Prom this pot ran black and orange paper streamers to which were attached favors for each child. The afternoon was spent in playing games and winners were Becky Little and LoretU Mallory. Refreshments of cake and ice cream were served the children. When shampooing your hair, try to avoid tangles. This will give the suds a chance to wash each strand of hair as clean as possible. Need A Shampoo? 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