The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
Page 5
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WUW3DAY, NOVEMBER 17,195B BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE rrv« - Society News - fi Ann Mnllnrv Snripf.v RHitor * Phonl Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — The Executive Committee of National Association of Junior Auxiliaries met here this week to conduct its annual meeting. Pictured above is the committee. They are (left to right) Mrs. Hugh Mosley, Jr., Mrs. John W. Slaughter, Jr., Mrs. Oscar Pendler of Blytheville, president; Mrs. William Hight, Miss Martha Wise. Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr. and Mrs. William H. Bridges. (Courier News Photo) Executive Committee of National Association Of Junior Auxiliaries Has Annual Meet Here The Executive Committee of National Association of Junior Auxiliaries was honored on several occasions while conducting its annual meeting here this week. Weekly Games Conducted by Bridge Clubs Weekly games were conducted yesterday when bridge clubs met. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertained TLE Bridge Club last night and Club Eight yesterday afternoon with dessert-bridges. Pall flowers were used to decorate her home for both clubs. Winners in TLE Club were Mrs. W. J. Cupples, high, Mrs. J. P. Scrape, second high and Mrs. Gilbert Sraythe, bridge. Mrs. Q. O. Poetz won high score In Club Eight with second high going to Mrs. Loy Welch, a guest of the members. Bridgo was awarded Mrs. Charles Langston. Mrs. Charles Rose was hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club for its weekly luncheon.followed by an afternoon of bridge games. Mrs. Harry W. Raines, Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. R. J. Me- Mrs. Gilbow Hostess to Dorcas Circle Mrs, L. B. Gilbow was hostess Tuesday afternoon to Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Susie Beuefteld Kinnori were guests of the, club. In keeping with the harvest sea- .son Mrs. Rose centered her lun- ehuim table wiih an arrangement of .fruits and vegetables. Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. H. C. Sims were high scorers in the games. Mrs. Vernon Miller was guest yesterday when Mrs. M. N. Nunn was hostess to Town and Country Club. Yellow and bronze chrysanthemums were used as floral decora- Uons of the home. Bridge winners were Mrs. C. Modinger and Mrs. A. G. Hall. Refreshments were served during the afternoon by the hostess. with Mir J*ok RuBhtof oowtttettng the business session. Mrs. Jones dismissed the group with prayer. Coming Events THURSDAY liydia 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. C and N Birthday Club meeting with Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, 7 p.m. FRIDAY Friday Club meeting with Mrs. R. A. Porter. Chapter N, PEO. meeting at home of Mrs. Harry Kirby for l p.m. luncheon. Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham are co-hostesses. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Insignia of the U.S. Navy's submarine service is a submarine flanked by two dolphins. GIANT WIDE SCREEN OPEN THURS., FR1., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature _AND— SUSAN WHITE VftTCH DOCTOR ROBERT HAYWARrSrlTCHUM THE AFFAIRS OF DOBIE GILDS Cartoon "CoW Turkey" Tuesday night the committee along with members of the Blytheville arid Osceola Junior Auxiliaries were coinpjiniented when Mrs. Oscar Fendler, national president, entertained at her home. Assisting throughout the entertaining rooms were Mrs. 3. E. Tune, Mrs. James Roy, Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., Mrs. Blan Heath, Mrs. Max Logan, Mrs. John Caucltll, Mrs. James Guard and Mrs. James Terry. Coffee and an assortment of cake j were served from silver appoint- I meats, throughout the evening, from ! a table which was attractively deco! rated with a centerpiece of giant [ white chrysanthemums in a silver bowl. White tapers in silver candle holders burned on either side of this arrangement. A drop-in was given at the home of Mrs. W. T. Rainwater last night for the committee and board members of the Blytheville chapter. The buffet table was done in pink and white to carry out the color scheme of the dining room. Following this aflaiv the group went to the Country Club for dinner. pre Shop Hays for the Brands You Know-At the Price You Want to Pay! OSCEOLA NEWS By Btttyc Nclle Stan- Mi', and Mrs. John P. Cobb were in Baton Rouge, La., over the weekend to attend the Mississippi State- LSU football game. Miss Jean Rhodes was hostess to 50 teenagers Friday night at her home with an open house party. Dancing provided the evening's entertainment. Throughout the evening party foods and iced drinks were served. Bruce Ivy and Melvin Speck spent several days on a deer hunt near Helena. They returned home Wednesday. Ail event, honoring their birthdays, took place at the Seminole Club Saturday evening when -Mrs. Melvin Speck was the hostess for a smorgasbord held at the club. j Mrs. George Florida, Mrs. Bill \Valters, Mrs. Hurry Matlock ana! Mrs. Jack Wilson. \Vho celebrate] their birthdays together each year.i were the honorees. This' gan when the young matrons were in high school In Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant and Mrs. J. W. Cartwright were In Humboldt, Tenn., during the week visiting relatives of Mrs. Cartwright and Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. A. F. Williams invited several guests to her home Tuesday for a duck dinner following an afternoon of samba. Seated at the dining table with Mrs. Williams were Mrs. Ed Quinn, Mrs. H. J. Levensteln, Mrs. Tinsley Driver, Miss Virginia Florida and Mrs. Betty Nclle Starr. Miniature chrysanthemums in autumn colors were placed about the living rooms and centered the dining table. Miss Blance Cleere is recuperating at her home after a seige of the flu. Mrs, and Mrs. E. D. Rose of. Austin. Tex., arrived Sunday for a few days visit with their daughter, Mrs. Loyce Fielder, Mr. Fielder and son Dee. Mrs. George Doyle had as her guest during the Week her cousin, Mrs. C. E. Fender, of Jackson, Mo. Mrs. Ed Shippen was in Little Rock during the week atending an Eastern Star meeting. Mrs. M n lviK Speck was hostess Tuesday |> her bridge club. The eight guests were seated at the dining table for a dessert course preceding the bridge games. A seasonal theme was carried out j in the dried arrangement that cen- j tered the table. The dessert was | served on gold-colored place mats, j Throughout Mrs. Speck's home fall was in evidence from the colorful arrangements of chrysanthemums and foliage. | Mrs. Roy Cox and Mrs. E. M, I Radcliff ployed with the club. Mrs. I Cox won high score and Mrs. Bill Walters won second high. DOLLARS at during Dollar Days Shoes For the Entire Family At Drastic Reductions SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY! 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