The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 5, 1956
Page 4
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PAGE POUH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COU111EB NEWS MONDAT, MARCH 8, 19M Mis* MU1U Ann - Society News - i Ann Maltory. Society Editor * t> " c Phone 3-4461 Mrs. C.G. Redman, Jr., Introduced To Residents of City at Tea Approximately 200 residents of Blytheville were intro-j duced to the bride of C. G. Redman, Jr., yesterday afternoon when a tea was given in honor of the newly married couple at the home of Mr and Mrs. George Lee on Country Club Drive. The new bride received her guests in a powder blue lace sheath dress. Mrs. C. O. Redman. Sr., wore a midnight blue tea gown trimmed in whit* coin dots. Mrs. Lee greeted guests in a mauve crepe dress. These three ladies wore yellow cymbedium orchid corsages. Also in the receiving line were C. O. Redman Jr., and Sr. Other hostesses for the tea were Mrs. F. U Reed, Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, Mrs. Johnny Marr, Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaltcr mA V** H P Bush. They wore party frocks in late spring fashion*, and corsages of white carnations. In furthering the yellow and white color scheme the living room of the home was decorated with spring bouquets of yellow daffodils and white carnations. An arrangement of white hyacinths accented by yellow Dutch iris was used on the tea table which was overlaid with yellow satin covered by a lace cloth. Used on either side of this arrangement, which was in a cutglass bowl, were silver candelabra holding glowing yellow tapers. The buffet in the dining room held an arrangement of yellow roses. Assisting in the entertaining rooms of the home were Miss Gail -B* - - Mrs. Harry Snow, Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. Jess Horner, Mary Beth and Ann Marr, Rosemary Snow and June Horner. The affair was from 3 to 6 p. m. Forrest City District Garden Clubs to Meet The Woman's Literary Club and Progressive Century Club of Har- rlsburg will be hosts U> the convention of clubs of the Forrest. City District of Arkansas Federation of Women'i Clubs on March It. The First Methodist Church will be the place of meeting with i coffee from 9 to 10 ajn. and luncheon served in the Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Loy D. England of .Magnolia, j»-esident of the state federation, will be guest speaker. District officers are Mrs. Tommy Thompson of OreenWay, president; Mrs. Clement Walker of Forrest City, first vice-president; Mn. A. L. Waddle of Harrisburg, second vice- president; Mrs. O. A. Lynch of Rector, recording secretary; .Mrs. B. F. Blomeyer of Blytheville, treasurer; Mrs. Mabel S. Pope of Piggott, corresponding secretary and Mrs. T. T." Mardis of Harrisburg, counselor. A fine art* contest will be held In connection with the convention •with the winning high school student being awarded a trip to the Igyptian Music Camp at DuQuoin HI. That Wonderful Basic 8383 By Sue Burnett Easy to sew, and a joy to wear. Tlit neat and well tailored shirtwaist dress, shown here in a comfortable sleeveless version. Pattern No. 8383 with PATT-ORAMA included is in sizes 10, 12, It. 16. 18, 20. Size 12, 4 yards of 35-inch. 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. 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring & Summer '56 edition of our complete pattern magazine Basic FASHION. It's filled with smart, easy to sew designs, special features. Gosnell Honor Roll Announced The fourth six-week honor roll for Gosnell High School was announced today. Topping the honor roll were Audrey Gordon, Mary Jo Travis, Ann Walker, Joyce Brown, Donald Katzenberger, Jean Howard Pearson and Roy Lynn Via. Attaining B or better averages were Gary Mayo, Jimmy Moody, Donald Mosley, Charles Mullin, Jackie Uselton, Mavis Lollar, Doris Adams, Peggy Tucker, Eddie Casteel, William Davis, Pauline Cole, Jerry Hendon, Faye Caldwell, Donald West, Sharra- Via, Carolyn Potter, Linda Cotton, Juanita Welch and Christine Stark. Others were Brenda Bates, Linda Hallmark, Sue Sparks, Bobby Raspberry, Boy Baker, Jr., Forrest Crawford, Patrick Raspberry, Linda Wright, Charlotte Cotton Weatherly, Agnes Walker, Bob Reagan, Wanda Whittle, Edna Whittle, Willean Ward Doerr, Barbara Bevill, Bernlce Burris, Hoyt Crawford, Henry Davis, Marion Drane, Earnest Jackson, Sue Lollar, Mary Prince and Rose Jackson. Comin Events MONDAY Rainbow Girls sponsoring spa ghetti supper at Masonic Temple, 5 to 8 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Ste- phen's' Episcopal Church meeting at home of Mrs. Dale DUnlap, 7:30 p.m Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church meeting at school hall. TUESDAY Colonel John Martin Chapter of DAC meeting at home of Mrs. O. W McCutchen, 10:30 a.m. Mrs. James B. Clark is co-hostess. Eastside Garden Club having flower shower at home .of Mrs. Henry Young, 2 p.m. Mrs. V. O. ft-Tiller and Mrs. Leonard Smith are co-hostesses. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at Hotel Noble with Mrs. Bill Hodge, as hostess, 7:30 p.m. Exempler Chapter meeting at home of Mrs. Jack Owen, 7:30 p m. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Chute. Caldwell. American Legion Auxiliary meeting Trt-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Russell H. Parr. MB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Tuesday Canasta Club meeting with Mrs. Eddie Burks. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Garden Department of Woman's Club meeting at clubhouse, 2:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. S. E. Tune. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Wise. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. H G. Partlow. THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Emanon Club meeting with Mrs. Nick Powers. Thursday Club meeting with M'-s R. H. Kirby. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs, Blan Heath. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Vary Hatfield. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Oddfellow and Rebekah Lodges will serve t spaghetti supper, 5 to Moses Art Classes 316A S. Lokt St. Blythtvill*, Ark. Mrs, K. M. Moses, Instructor Classes Start Mon., March 12 CLASS PRIVATE INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTION $5.00 Per Month $1.00 Per Hour lit CMU Inttruetlon Mrs. Garrett Abbott is a patient in Baptist Hospital. She is in Room 448. Miss Carmen Cary, student at Arkansas State College and daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cary if Blytheville, has been elected haplain of her sorority. Phi Mu. The Rev. and Mrs. Roy Bagley and sons of Fayetteville, formerly jf Blytheville, entertained Saturday night at their home in Payette- ille with a spaghetti supper for Blytheville folks visiting in payette- viile and students from Blytheville attending the University of Arkan- Those attending the supper were Mrs. J. G. Thrieschman and daugh- er Sally, Mrs. C. A. Tanl, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Magmder. Freddy Gore, Bob Childress, Gail Whitsitt. Jimmy Tompkins Milly Ann,Bradley, Buddy Philips, Billy Michael, Jan Rayder and I Benny Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Hayse Daniels and son spent yesterday in Memphis visiting relatives. Judy Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore, is confined to ler home with chicken pox. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley and children had a weekend guests his sisters, Mrs. H. H. McCollum and Mrs. Floyd Morgan of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. John Dale and children o[ Caruthersville were sts yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown and daughters. Miss Alice Marie Boss spent the weekend in Little Rock. While there she attended a Delta Kappa Gamma state scholarship committee meeting and visited her nephew, Vernice Brister, Jr., a student at Arkansas School for the Deaf. Frank Tremmel ,of Earle was the guest yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. x>n Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Roush and son Bill spent the weekend in Bowling Green, Ky. They went especially to attend the Western Kentucky- Middle Tennessee basketball game which was won by Western Kentucky 100-85. Mrs. Roush's brother, Brother, Montroe Holland, is a member of the Western Kentucky team. Mrs. Herman Tinker, who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be greatly improved and is now able to have visitors. She is in Room A-50. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swink spent the weekend in Plantersville, Miss., where they fished in Borden Lake as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swink. Miss Barbara Monaghan of Sikeston spent the/, weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Mrs. Dick Logan and son of Charleston, Mo., spent the weekend here as guests of her mother, Mrs. O. ,W. McCutchen. A/3c Herbert O. Forshee. who is stationed at Randolph Field, Tex., with the 3510th Air police Squadron, arrived here Saturday to spend a 12-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forshee. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and Mrs. Carolyn McAlister spent the weekend in Union City, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cain were weekend visitors in Memphis. Allen Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs. . C. Bush, has received word that he has been admitted to the Tennessee State Bar following his bar examination, Feb. 2-3. Allen spent the weekend in Knoxville visiting j friends. IXCHANOi VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Glenn Swindle are shown following their marriage yesterday afternoon in Steele. Mrs. Swindle is the former Wanda May Samford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Samford. (Photo by ' Six-Week Series Winner Is Mrs. Whitner Mri. F. W. Whitner won the Saturday six-week series which was concluded with a seven-table Howell movement Saturday afternoon by the Duplicate Bridge League. She won with a percentage oJ 58.9. A newcomer to the league. Lt. Harold Holticlaw, took second position with 57.9 and third went to Mrs. Foy Etchison ho had 51. Mr». Matt Monaghan won fourth plact with 56* percent. In the-game played Saturday, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins were first with 10614 points and Lt. Holtzclaw and Mrs. Jim Roleson were second with 9 points. Mrs. Whitner and Mrs. A. H. McManus took third high with points. Dorcas Class Freddie Glenn Swindle Claims Hand of Miss Samford in Ceremony By RITA D. VEAGER (Correspondent to-Courier News from Stwle) STEELE — Miss Wanda May Samford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Samford of near Steele, became the bride of Freddie Glenn Swindle, also of near Steele, in>a double ring ceremony solemnized yesterday afternoon in the bride''s home. The ceremony was read by Chris A reception was held following Lyles, pastor of Steele Church of Christ. Vows were exchanged under an archway of greenery with baskets of white gladioli and stocks. i • The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a powder blue spring ensemble with white accessories and carried a bouquet centered with a white orchid. The matr.on of honor, Mrs. James H. Weaver of Memphis, Tenn., wore a dusty rose ensemble with matching accessaries. Her CGI sage was white carnations. Berry Hester of Steele served as best man for Mr, Swindle. Mrs. Samford chose for her daughter's wedding a d,ress of navy blue with matching accessories and complemented, it with a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Swindle, mother of the groom, wore a beige and brown suit with matching : accessories. Her c'orsage was of white carnations. trie ceremony. The bride's table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake, surrounded by an arrangement of lighted -white tapers, gladioli and" stocks. Mrs. J. P. Turner, Mrs. P. H. Samford and Mrs. C. L. Samford presided at the table. After a short wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Swindle will be at home in the Steele-Holland community. Out-of-town guests - included the groom's sister. Fields, and Mr. Louis. Mrs. Howard Fields of St. Newspaper Help BANDUNG, Indonesia (*) — "national press cooperative bank" is to establish headquarters In this western Java city. Its aim will be to give financia. assistance to newspaper publishers and their employes. RPIO Courier New: Classified Ads Has Meeting in Watson Home Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W. Watson with Mrs. H. L. Chambers as co-hostess Eighteen members and two' visitors, Mrs. Marie Renden of Des Moines, la., and Mr*. O. R. Redford, were present. Mrs. Redford led the opening prayer and-also gave the devotional Mrs. O. W. Lewis was in charge ol the business session at which time she appointed Mrs. Chambers as treasurer. m the social hour refreshments of cake and coffee were served. Williamson Daughter Has Birthday Party A party was given for Joyce Ann Williamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Williamson, when she celebrated her I2th birthday, Feb 29. Twenty-five guest* attended the party and were served refreshments of birthday cake and iced drinks Party games were played throughout the evening. Hostsses for the party 'were Mrs Williamson and Miss Nancy Williamson. Pastel coats are pretty on teenagers. But in the winter, cleaning bills run high if the coat Is to look fresh. p.m. at the IOOF Hall. Adult tickets w!U be 75 cents with chil- drens tickets fifty cents. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. F. L. Wicker, 409 East Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Burdette PTA meeting at 2-.3Q p.m. for election of officers. An executive board meeting will be held at 2 p.m. FRIDAY Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Loy Welch. | Friday Club meeting with Mrs I Jumes Roy. I Woman's Club having covered- dish luncheon, 1p.m. Mrs. W. Marion Williams will give a book review ' following the luncheon. Mrs. Paul Pryor is chairman of hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. ON ID COIOI IMUt JUCK-KIMEY MOOSE-PLUTO Plut doiem o/ TV and Fairyland favoritei and tcenlo wonderi. Tru-Vue...tlic gift that a n«u; lortver... titan lit 101E.M»tn Ph. 3-6308 Exclusively at Feinberg's WONDERFUL] WASHABLE! WEARABLE! 100% Orion Save dollars in cleaning bills with Ihese 100% orlon Washable Toppers! $19 95 Lay-away Now For Easter! NEW Spring HATS prettier than ever! and you'll look Jovelitr than «T« in Feinberg'g flattering; new hats! Choose your Easter favorite now! from 5 3" FEINBERG'S THE FASHION SHOP J1SW. Main St. «»•• M221' Spring Musical Given by Students Of Mrs. Hendri* . Mrs.. W. E. Hendrix presented «ev- eral of her piano students in a spring musical Saturday afternoon at her home. Student* iprticipating were Ann Pride, Gini Heath, Mell Hughes, Benny Brogdon, John Stickmon, Barbara Blackwood »nd Florence Ambrose. Parents and friends of those playing were specUl guests and were greet«d at (h* door and later served party foodi by the students. Vivid red roxs were used in the living room where the musical was held. WILSON NEWS At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: James King. city. Mrs. Matt Scruggs, city. Elsie Nell Presley, Rt; 2, city. Frank Harnish, city. Tommy Clark, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Bennett, city. Dick Bedner, city. Mrs. William Mitchell, city. Mrs. Varnel Deal, city. Billy Don Ray, Caruthersville. William Shoaf, Jr., Ashport, Tenn. Mrsi George Mogge and baby, city. Mrs. Virgil Crane. Steele. R. W. Warren, city. Mrs. Bud Wortham, Manila. Bill Klrkland, city. Thomas Weatherington, city. Mrs. Walter Padbury, city. Mrs. Thurman Rowlett, Jr., and baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Delphia Wilbanks, Dell. Mrs. Arvil Malone and baby, Tomato. George Reed, city. Mrs. Gerald Reagan, Rt. 4, city. Gussie Browh, city. Mrs. James Tankersley and baby, city. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferguson of Wilson entertained with thre« tables of bridge Tuesday night «t their home complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Couch. Mr. Couch is an employee oJ Arkansas Power and Light Company and Is being transferred to Marked Tree. They are active uj church and Scout work. The hostess presented Mrs. Couch with a gift. ' Mrs. E. D. Beall, Mn. Richard Ferguson, Mrs. J. T. Driver «« Rev and Mrs. Raymond A. Dorman of Wilson attended the district meeting of the Woman's Society «* Christian Service In the First Methodist Church in Jonesboro Thurs- Offlcers were elected and installed to serve for the new year, which begins June 1. The Rev. E. J. Holifleld. district superintendents-IE**- installing officer. Paulette Taylor Honored on Fourth Birthday Paulette Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Virginia Taylor and the late W. B. Taylor, was honored on her fourth birthday Friday afternoon. The birthday party was given following a meeting of Trinity Baptist Pre-School Sunbeams. Eight of the children and their leaders, Mrs. Woodrow Hardy and Mrs. Ruth Brown, were present. Mrs. Taylor gave each child a party, hat and served refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and iced drinks. Bufford Shoe Shop Expert Shoe Repair Good Shoes at Good Prices 112 S. Broadway At Hays! GTTTITIOIR, HOUSES' Junior Howe /tuAionj are advertised in Vogue and Harper's Botaor COStUme in smooth silk/cottc. doffs its double breasted empire length cape to reveal a sleeveless square-neck princess line dress. The full flare skirt is picked up by its own nylon net petticoat. Tempting touches of drama by a detachable white pique collar and large red rose. 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