The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1955 · Page 4
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fAGEFOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1955 - Society News i. Ann Mallnrv. Society Editor * MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Rev. James Rainwater Is Speaker At Corps of Engineers Club "True Religion, Fad or Force" was the topic used by the Rev. James Rainwater yesterday when he was guest speaker at a meeting of Corps of Engineers Woman s Club. Mrs. Preston Franks and Mrs. Uorm Griffing were hostesses for the luncheon-meeting using as their theme for decorations, the approaching Thanksgiving holidays. The speaker's table was centered with a miniature snow covered log church. Entering the church were miniature pilgrims greeted at the door by a miniature minister. Along the leg of the T-shape table, snow covered trees were used with snowmen being placed under these trees. The placecards were gilded in silver to carry out the theme. Casting a soft glow over this entire scene were glowing red tapers in crystal holders. OuestB at the meeting were Mrs. G H. Dash and Mrs. Bichard Moore. Mrs. Dan Clutch, a new member, was introduced by Mrs. Everett I. Clark, vice-president. Mrs. Jerry Hord presided over the business meeting following the luncheon at which time reports were given by Mrs. Franks, welfare chairman; Mrs. Griffing, sunshine chairman; and Mrs. John Prather, social chairman. Mrs. Prather announced that plans have been completed for a club dance at Hotel Noble Dec. 10 and for a party for club members' children at the Woman's Club, Dec. 19. During the business session, Mrs. Hord appointed a nominating committee with Mrs. Griffing being appointed chairman. Those assisting her will be- Mrs. Joe Goodman and Mrs. Jack Oowger. Mrs. Hord was winner of the door prize. Later in the afternoon, a benefit bridge and canasta game was conducted with proceeds to be used for their welfare projects. Winners in the games were Mrs Orval Cole, canasta high, and Mrs Hord and Mrs. Prather, bridge high. Mrs. 0. Brandon won bridge. Thursday Clubs londuct Weekly Games Thursday card clubs eekly games yesterday. Mrs. Cecil Shane took members L Mid-Week Club to the Hobby obby' luncheon at First Methodist hurch atfer which they conducted bridge game at her home. The- living room of the Shane ome was decorated with arrangements of chrysanthemums when Irs. toy Welch a-nd Mrs. Max Usey. Jr., were guests. Mrs. Welch and Mrs. Shane were •idee winners. Thrifty Sewing For You Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tlmmons returned yesterday, by plane, to their home in Tujunga, Calif., after a visit here with her mother, Mrs. L. W. Gilbert, and brothers, Herman, Virgil and Jim Walls. Mrs. Fred Bean and Mrs. S. T. Jennings are spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson and Charles Anderson will arrive today to visit their son and .brother, conducted i George Anderson, Mrs. Anderson 1 and sons- The yare coming especially to attend' the Blytheville-El Dorado football game. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Privett of Jonesboro today announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, born Nov. 8 at St. Bernard's Hospital in Jonesboro. The bab'y has been Mrs. Westbrook Entertains Jaycellcs Mrs. Tommy Westbrook entertained members of the Jaycettes with a dessert-bridge canasta party at her home las! night. Mi's. Harold Crump won high in the bridge games with Mrs. Cecil Connell winning high in canasta. Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., won second hi£h in canasta. The hosu'ss used small chrysanthemums to chTonue her home. in uu.tcj"".". -••- — named Susan Angela. Mrs. Pnve'.l Kibitzer Club members and three uests, Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. lichard Rose and Mrs. P. D. Foser. Jr., were entertained with a essert-bridge at the home of Mrs. ohnny White. Mrs. Foster won high in the games nd Mrs. Moore, second high. Mrs. Coleman Stevens was hostess to La Nueve Club members at ler home in Osceola. Playing with club members was Mrs. Bill Joe Edrmgton o( Osceota. Bridge winners were Mrs. Edrtng- ton, high, Mrs. Leonard Oldham, second high, and Mrs. Newton Whits, bridge. A dessert course preceded the james. Chrysanthemums were used or floral arrangements. Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs. S. E. Tune were guests when Mrs. C. W. Afflick entertained Thursday Club with a luncheon at her home. Pink Camillas formed the luncheon table centerpiece. Mrs. Byron Morse and Mrs. E. B. Gee won high scores in bridge jamej played during the afternoon. Chlllion Club members and one guest, Mrs. Paul Byrum, met at the iome of Mrt. E. R. Jackson. Game winners were Mrs. Mary HatlleM, first, Mrs. O. O. ElWns, second, and Mrs. Felix Carney, third. A dessert course preceded the gamei. Mrs. Carroll Blafcemore was hostess to Thursday Contract Club with a three-course luncheon at Rustic Inn yesterday. Mrs. Neal Oesell, a guest ol the club, won high score in the bridge games and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen wcond high. Mrs. Otis Bensley. Mr. Bensley and son Michael Keith, and their son, Chapel Guild Of BAFB Has Meeting The newly organized Chapel Guild j of Blyiheville Air Force Base met | yesterday muming at the home of Mrs, Nathan Sturch. During the business session, officers were elected and plans were made for a welfare project. j Officers elected were Mrs. Ada-1 line ROS.SOH, president; Mrs. Kay j Maxfielti. vicc-presidftit, and Mrs. Sturch. secretary and treasurer. Workshop Held ByArmorel HDClub A workshop was held by Armorel Home Demonstration Club yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. C. Elliott with ten members attending. This workshop was preceded by a potluck luncheon, During the afternoon the group worked on Christmas noral arrangements and picture frames.. The next meeting will be held at Forty and Eight Youth Center, Dec. 1. when another workshop will be conducted. At tlx Hospitals BlythcvlUe Hospital Dismissed: W. E. Kennedy, Steele. Mark Bivens, city. Mrs. Fletcher Fislier, city. Chlckasawbt Hospital Dismissed: Nell Smart, city. Judy Lynn Burks, city. Mrs. Herbert Julian, city. Ernest S. Ray, city. Mrs. R. W. Warren, city. Prank Robertson, city. Mrs. Betty Hiales, city. Mrs. Roy Wood, city. Joe Martin, city. Gerald Oxford and 1 GREATEST JOB The Great Wall of China is th( greatest brick construction Job ev er undertaken. It is more than 150 miles long and it* building took more than 400 years. Large Group Attends children Deborah Elaine and Rou- ald Lynn and Mrs. Roland Oxford and daughter Karen Susan, all of Terre Haute, Ind. The Rev. and Mrs. Clarence •ruett and son of Jonesboro and i he Rev. and.Mrs. Bill Malotte and I * prtllTP children of Memphis were dinner ]-*-'"''•"•'^ guests last night of the Rev. and i Mrs. James Rainwater and children. | IN THE RACE—Famed Aviatrix Jacqueline Cochran is seeking election to Congress from the 29th California District on the Republican ticket. Former director of women pilots in the Air Force, she is the wife of financier Floyd Odium. Mature Opinion ALBUQUERQUE I* — One build Ing at the 1955 New Mexico State Fair proclaimed in two-foot high raised letters: "AMATURE ART.' One fair official as the sign wai being changed said. "Looks like w< may also have some amateur spell Women from Blytheville. Ken- netl, Osceola, Senath imd Luxora ere present Wednesday when Mrs. ugh Sutherland of Itta Bena, Miss., well-known lecturer and designer, ppeared at Blytheville Woman's lub. Mrs. Sutherland, who was spon- ored by the Garden Department f the Woman's Club, presented a eclure arid demonstration on Christmas arrangements. Mrs. Ray Hall, president of the ocal club, was in charge of ar- ingements for this affair. Flat Lake HD ,lub Has Annual Dinner Flat Lake Home Demonstration Jlub held its annual Thanksgiving dinner at the clubhouse yesterday. Special guests were Mable Grigs by, Geneva Woods, Mrs. Howard Be. sharse, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dee and Raleigh Sylvester. During the afternoon business ses sion. plans were made for the De cember meeting and Mrs. Deer gav< a talk on the Pilgrims. Mrs. Aubrey Bruce and Mrs Blanche Summers were winners o the door prizes awarded. GEM THEATRE "Osceo/o's Finest" 8314 10-20 Sue Burnett Thrifty Sewing Fnr You 14 Versatile seapr.ucs that are so 1 smart and wonderfully easy to make — juts a yard of 54-inch for each in the smaller sizes! Pattern No. -1314 is in si7.es 10,' 12. 14. 16, 18. 20. Size 12, 1 yard of 54-inch for each item, For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your iv me. :uldress. size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burneii. ..BlyOevtlle Courier New,%, 372 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6. 111. The new fall *v winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern m^zinf- is filled with attractive, 5fc\v-cas> styles to deligtu beginner and expert. 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