The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 21, 1955
Page 4
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i THi VUjLB fMlHtJ (JWWflBR WOWDAY, IfOTEMBlSR W, 1999 - Society News - -A— UntlnfiT Snnintv RHit/ir * PhO Mi«i« Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 First in Series of Pre-Nuptial EventsGiveiiforMissMelbaPryor The first in a series of pre-nuptial events honoring Miss Melba Pryor was given Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble. h — given in Colonial Room, were Mrs. Don JCerbough, Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr., and Mrs. Jack Saliba, Jr., all former classmates of the bride-elect. Attending this affair were young people who attended school with Miss Pryor. Him. Paul Pryor. mother of the honoree, wns a special guest. Miss Pryor wore for the party a sheath frock of flecked charcoal gray trimmed in black satin. She wore black accessories and was presented a corsage of yellow chrysan- The hostesses also gave her a China coffee pot. Mrs. Pryor re ceived a gift oorsnge of yellow chry santhemums. During the afternoon, party food- were served from a table overlaid with a green cloth. The centerpiece was a cornocupia filled with fruits and vegetables and banked with fall leaves. Those from out-of-town attending the party were Mrs. Jimmy Munsey of Jonesboro, Mrs. Pete Barton of Black Oak and Mrs. Kussell Simpson of Osceola. Mrs. Ed Quinn will have as her Thanksgiving visitors, her son Wade Qutan, his wife and three children Wade HI, Ed and Becky of Memphis. They will arrive Wednesday and win remain vntil Friday. Mrs. Harry Driver was hostess Thursday to the four-table bridge olub at her home. Mrs. Driver served a dessert course. Quests playing with the club were Mrs. Horace Moore Sr., Mrs. Horace Moore Jr., of Corona Lake. Mrs. C. E. Dean, MrB. Joe Cromer, Mrs. Char- He Hale and Mrs. A. R. Shearon. In the. games of bridge, Mrs. Ed Quinn won high club prize, Mrs. Hale high guest and Mrs. J. H. Hook won blidgo. Varlgated chrysanthemums i n shades of maroon and bronze were used to decorate entertaining rooms. Mrs. O. A. George Sr., of Luxora is a patient in Room 151 at Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Johnson and eons Dwight and Bob drove to Columbia, Tenn., Saturday returning home Sunday night. They went to visit Phil Jolinsoii who is a student at Columbia Military Academy. Mrs. Harry Driver and Mrs. W. E. Johnston will leave by automobile Monday for Oklahoma City, okla., to epend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Driver's granddaughter, Mrs. Hubbard Wood and Capt. Wood. Upon their return, Mrs. Wood will accompany them home for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pope. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell and Mrs. Dick Bagby will fly to Houston, Tex., Monday to spend the holidays with Mrs. Lovewell's daughter, Mrs. Thad yelters and family. Frank Crlttenden, student at Tul- ane in New Orleans, will spend his Thanksgivjng holidays with his grandmother, Mrs. Charlie Hale. Mrs. David Laney was hostess Wednesday to Chapter O, PEO Sisterhood. Fourteen members were present. Mrs. Harold Ohlndeort was co-hostess. Quests gathered at 12:30 for luncheon. Plans were made for the Christmas party which will be a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jettie Driver early in December. Dubonnet chrysanthemums interspersed with gold colored mums were used to decorate the dining table. Charlie Lowrance and his sons, Charlie III and Collie, are at Five Lakes Outing Club on a deer hunt. Among those in Little Rock for the football game Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. David Laney, Mr. asd Mrs. Charlie Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Phillips and son. Bill, Ben Butler, Sr., Ben Butler, Jr., Gene Butler and Frank Edrington. Mrs. Earl Futch and son John of OcJala, Fla., arrived Friday night to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. John W. Edrington. Mr. Futch expects to .ioln his family here for Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dean will have as their special Thanksgiving guest their granddaughter Miss Dixie Ann Mull|ps of Kansas City. Other guests of the Deans who will be here For Thanksgiving day are from Memphis. Frank Butler, son of Mr. and Mrs, Ben Butler Jr., will undergo a ton slllectomy today at St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis. His parents .and his grandmother, Mrs. Ben Butler Sr,. are with him. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Ihieo toi Kl.ON »i 10:1(1 a.m. mil 4 p.m. for HMi * H«i» Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY HMO ntOi MMS. FKWCH IN THC BIB, BUXOM. BCAUTIFUL HUCICALI 7 ^^lUBUiUUUOL,- tBjorb* Released thtu UNlIEO ARllSTS PARAMOUNT NEWS AND SHORT TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to Sea "An Annapolis Story" . ^JET-SPEED ACTION! MEART-POUNDINfi ADVENTURE! PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Goodman The Ideal Christmas Gift Books of Happiness Theatre Ticket Books Now OH Sal* Bits of News / D / fy l^ertonat Mrs, Phillip Applebaum and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Luces and d<iuf,'luer Annie Bell were in Memphis yesterday to visit Mrs. Betty Rmles, who is a patient in Campbell's Clinic. Condition of Mrs, Riales, who was injured in an automobile accident, is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hallman and sons have returned from Liule Rock where they spent several days visiting relatives. They also attended the Arkansas-LSU football game Saturday. Among other Blytheville residents attending the game Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stancil, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mosley and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Quick. Capt. and Mrs. Clarence S. Webb of Killeen, Tex., announce the birth of a son Saturday at Scott and _ White Memorial Clinic in Temple, j Tex. The baby, who has been named} Daniel Clarence, has a sister, Don-] na, age six. Capt. and Mrs. Webb are former Blythe ville residents and she is the former Miss Pat Wise of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise. Mrs. Paul Luster and Mrs. Prank Speace of Osceola spent yesterday! here visiting Mrs. Luster's sister. I Mrs. W. T. Barnett, and Mr. Bar-lr-r^ -p-| nett. i I o v resent Miss Myrna Evans and Mrs. In- : A ^ A j-^^wj.^ dia Green have returned to their homes in Memphis after a visit here with Mrs. Green's sister, Mrs. B. F. Gay. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson and children spent yesterday in Newbern, Tenn., visiting relatives. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies returned last night from Petersburg, 111., where they attended funeral services for his sister. Mrs. Carl Zorn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Douglas have returned from a vacation to St. Louis. West Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey. Washington, D .C., North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Memphis. In New Jersey they visited their daughter, Mrs. J. P. Aidredge, and in Charlotte, N. C.. they visited his brother, Charles B. Douglas. They visited relatives in Georgia and Alabama and in Memphis they visited another daughter, Mrs. M. L. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrow and son Lane of St. Louis will arrive this a f ternoon to spend this week here visiting his mother, Mrs. W. REHEARSAL TDIE — Members of Blytheville High School Choir are shown as they rehearse for the operetta, "Sunday Excursion," which will be the first of two operettas the choirs will present next Monday night. Taking the leads in this presentation will be (left to right) David Holt, Jack )ir - * Thompson, Molly Jo Beasley and Sandra Poster. "Sunday Excursion" is a comedy which tells the story of two boys and girls who have gone into the city for a day of sight-seeing. (Courier News Photo) Milton Towle*. . . T. Morrow, who is now making her home with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, and Mr. Cunningham. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch. Beard are their daughter, Mrs. Kdsell McGIothine, and daughters Pat and Pam of San An- Operettas Members of the BlytheviUe High School Choirs will present two operettas Monday, NOV. 29 at the high school auditorium. The curtain raiser will be "Sun- .day Excursion," a comedy, with the second presentation to be "Lowland Sens," a drama. Both of these operettas were composed by Wilder. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, choir director, will be in charge of music with Thurman Hewlett in charge of staging. Ralph Nichols will serve as accompanist for both selections. Curtain time will be 7:45 p.m. , David Holt, Jack Thompson, MoUy Jo Beasley. Sandra Foster and Tommy Slayton will have sion." with Emily Damon, Dick leading roles in "Sunday Excur- Foster and Davis Cobb taking the leads In "Lowland Seas." tonio, Tex., and their son, Gene Benrd, Mrs. Beard and sons Donnie and Terry of Texarkana. Mrs. G. O.,Poetz is spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Neal and children of Lepanto were guests yesterday of his sister, Mrs. Wayne Moore, Mr. Moore and daughters. IMANILA NEWS) By Mrs. James Felts daughter, Mickey, were supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Landcatser,. in Leachville, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barlow and family visited Steve Davison at Hayti Sunday. for George Sisler. feature writer for rne Masonic Lodge met at the the Commercial Appeal who cov- MaS onic Hall Monday night ered the Korean War as corre- their regular meeting, spondent, spoke to the Methodist men recently at a meeting. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shelton were Mrs. L. C. Bowel! and son of Metamora, Mich., and John and Foe Faulkner of Romeo, Mich. Mrs. Emma Stout and Mr. and Phillip Bumpers, business manager of Hendrix College, Conway, was a guest speaker for the November special services Sunday at the First Methodist Church. This is an annual occasion in the program of Methodist, churches throughout Arkansas, al which time the college Is represented in the pulpit, and an offering is presented for the college. Mr. Bumpers is a brother of the Rev. Paul M. Bumpers, a former pastor of the First Methodist Church in Marked Tree and now pastor of the First Church in Clarksville. The Future Homemakers of America of the Manila High School held a meeting last week and elected officers for 1955-1956. The following were elected: President, Nancy Holt; vice president, Ma rcia Glen White; second vice president,, Wanda Whitney; third vice president, Ada Faye Tillery; secretary, Nancy White: treasurer. Shirley Statler; historian, Sue Brown; song leaders, Doris Hampton and Linda Bassett. 1 Five FHA mothers selected were: Mrs. Ferell Harris. Mrs. W. E. Shelton, Mrs. Woodrow Whitney, Mrs. Morris McWilliams, and Mrs. R. H. Hampton. A federation meeting will be held in Jonesboro Dec. l. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith and children of Little Rock spent last week in Manila visiting friends and relatives and attending to business. Vernon Reynolds of Flint, Mich., and sons, Rickey and Danny of Woodriver, Mo., spent the weekend with Mr. Reynolds' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Henderson and daughters, Cecelia, Reckey and Nancy. ,and their guests, Miss Pat Mclnnes of Blytheville, and Martha Ann La whom, were shopping in Memphis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hart visited their daughter, Margaret, at Arkansas State College Sunday after- At tlx Hospitals IJlyUii'villt Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Eugene Dobbins and baby, Manila Mrs. P. H. Raspberry, city Cliiokasawba Hospital Dismissed: Linda Cockrcl, city Mrs. Gene Hunter and baby, city Mrs. Walter Day, city Mrs. Dale Nicholson, city Bradley Gammill, city Taylor Kilbourn, city Del ma Dancer, city Paula Lipford, city Terry Priest, city Lonnie Fulglwm, Jr., city Leslie Ann Childs, city Genese Page, city Don Walace, Walnut Ridge Mrs. Minnie Brooks, Steele Daniel Vasquez, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Audrey King. Rt. 1, city Phil Langford, city Helen Patton, city Mary Frances Kelly, Holland Desiree Hall city Mrs. w. A. La whom, Cooter Mrs. J. L- Melvin, city Mrs, Mandy Kincaid, Manila Coming Events MONDAY Circle Seven with Mrs. Joi Ewing, 8 p.m. noon and attended the First Methodist Church there Sunday evening. . Mrs. Norris Lindley had as their week end guests, Alext Stout of Prague. Okla.', and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Martin of Kearney, Neb. Mrs. Tommy Ramsey had as her guest fqr a week, her mother and father. Mr. and Mr*. Elzie Needin, of Murphyboro, III. Little Pamela Sue Bennett, who returned to Charleston, N. C., recently, is seriously ill in the hospital. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rouisvelt Bennett, formerly of Manila. Donald Ray Needin, who is in the armed service, is home from Germany and was the unexpected guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ramsey. Mrs. Ora Northington and son, Glenn, were in Alabama visiting last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Decker and During the, business session, presided over by the worshipful! master, Milton Towles, officers were elected for the ensuing year. The following officers were elected and will be installed at a joint meeting of the Masons and the Eastern Star on December 27. Worshipful Master, Ernest Webb; Senior Warden. Mannering Towles; Junior Warden, Walter Davis; treasurer. Bill Borowsky; secretary, Farrell Harris: chaplain. W. H. Hill; senior deacon, Perry Ballard; junior deacon, Edward Crabtree; master of ceremonies, Marcus Meachum and L. L. Woodruff; tyler, Joe Clark. This will be the 29th year Clark has served as tyler and Harris and Borowsky have served in their re-j spectlve office for eight years each. The officers will be installed by I the outgoing worshipful master,' CHRISTMAS CARDS With Envelopes 10 - 25 - 50 - 100 - 200 - - $ 1.25 2.50 5.00 9.50 18.00 Lee Bearden Photography 419 W. Main Phone 3-8666 FOR YOUNG and Jhey Set The Pace For Style! SLIM-TRIM TAPERED LEGS SNUG WAIST-SNUG HIPS LOW WAISTED CONTINUOUS WAISTBAND LONG TAPERED FRONT PLEATS LEE TWILL Good Looking-Rugged Sanforized ZIPPER FLY BUTTON DOWN FLAPS OK BOTH HIP POCKETS HUGHES CO. Fine Apparel for Men and Boys Just Arrived! Dozens of Hew Forty and Cocktai Dresses In all the most wanted Colors and Materials Priced From 14 95 * 39 95 Also a Complete Line of Formals Priced from $22.95 Now Is The Time To Buy Your Holiday Needs! it's Whitsitt' "Because You like Smart Things" S

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