The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 13, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 19M - Society News - « Ann MalldVV RnMPt.V Editor * PIlO Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Albright to Be Honored With Tea at Phillips Home In one of the outstanding events of the fall season a tea was scheduled in honor of Miss Ann Albright of Little Hock, bride-elect of Russell Phillips, Jr., by Mrs. Russell Phillips at her home this afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m. The guests were greeted at the black wool with crusned toast tnf- 1HC (jUl-i)^ D __,_ T-, ,_._ I u....^ HII..P AlhHtrM entrance door by Mrs. Charles E. Crigger and Mrs. Bernard Gooch. In the entrance hall was a silver filagree bowl holding white chrysanthemums. Receiving the guests in the living room were Mrs. Phillips. Miss Albright, Mrs. Brtoe P. Albright 01 Little Rock, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Vance Alexander, Jr., of Germantown, Mrs. Phillips. Term., daughter of pinlc Delight roses and pink carnations were used to decorate the living room and yellow and bronze chrysanthemums were used in the feta cumberbund. Mrs. AlbrlRht wore a grape-tone crepe and Mrs. Alexander wore a black sheath line and dress of silk faille. Those in the receivini others assisting were gardenia corsages. The table from which party foods Bits of News! Itloitlu J-^erAonal Osceola Clubs Have Meeting, Bridge Game Tuesday morning. 21 members of the Junior Auxiliary met at the Semlnole Club for dfjunhmUs and coffee and to hold their regular monthly business mftet- Ui«. Five failures were reported by the chairman of audiometer tests in the hifch school rechecks. All schools have been given the of eyes IK were served was overlaid with an Italian culwork linen cloth and centered with white roses In a silver footed crystal bowl, this were white tapers Flanking In silver library. Miss Albright wore a light blue « u dress with low scooped neck line and push-up sleeves. She pinned an orchid corsage at her shoulder. Mrs. Phillips was gowned in a LaNueveClub Entertained by Mrs. Oldham Mrs. Leonard Oldham entertained members of the La Nueve Club at her home Thursday alter- noon. She had as her guests Mrs. B. F. Brogdon and Mrs. Albert Taylor. White chrysanthemums were used throughout the entertainlni rooms and red carnations in crystal budvases centered the Individual tables. Winners In the bridge games were Mrs. Coleman Stevens, high Mrs. Elan Hcnth, second high, and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, bridgo. Each Item—One Piece ONE-PIECE, »ATTERNi 8893 U"-20" By Sue Burnett candelabra. Silver services were used at each end of the table.. Serving al the table were Mrs. Harry W. Halnes, Mrs. C. W. Afflict and Mrs. Charles Crlgger, III. Assisting throughout the entertaining, rooms were Mrs. Hunter Sims, Mrs. Marvin,Robinson, Mrs. Robert F. Klrshncr, Mrs. F. E. Black, Mrs. Harry Klrby, Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, Mrs. Edgar Stacy, Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., Misses 'Keen Norrls, Jane Wilson and Mrs. John Ed Eegenold. With very little time and a minimum of fabric you can sew this darling set of doll clothes. Each preceded by item is just one pattern piece. li:30 p.m. Pattern No. 8893 Is for dolls 14. 10. 18, 20 inches. See pattern for exact requirements. For this pattern, send 30c in Coming Events Saturday Country Club entertaining with 'Party Night." Monday Presbyterian Women of Church have general meeting at 2:30 p.m. WMU of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Bill Crocker at 1 p. in. for covered dish luncheon and royal service program. Mildred Matthew Circle with Mrs. Bill Boron at 7:30 p. m. Annie Armstrong Circle nnd Marion Cook Circle meet 7:30 p. m. Methodist Circles meet. Circle One with Mrs. Rllcy Jones, 1417 N. Sixth; Circle Two with Mrs. Hnrvey Morris. 1138 W. Hearn; Circle Three with Mrs. Robert Kll- llnn, 1030 N. Sixth; Circle Four with Mrs. George Hnlc. Durdcttc; Circle Five with Mrs. B. M. Matthews, 121? W. Ash; Circle Six with Mr.s. Fred Fleeman; Circle Seven with Mrs. Kcllcy Welch. Baptist Circles meet. Circle One, Mrs. James Fisher; Circle Two, Mrs. Adolph Hclnlcke; Circle Three with Mrs. Hays Sullivan; Circle Four with Mrs. Harold Davis; Circle Five with Mrs. F. E. Atkinson; Circle Six with Mr.s. J. T. Westbrook; Circle Seven with Mr.s. C. M. Smart. Night Unit of St, Stephens Wom- n's Auxiliary meets with Miss Josephine Shlbley. Brotherhood of First Baptist Hhurch meets at 7 p.m. Tunsilny NN Bridge Club meets with Miss* Barbara Ann Smith. , American Legion Auxiliary meets at hut. Country Club bridge league moots. AIi\s, Rlley B, Jones entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Junior High PTA meets at 3 p. m. preceded by executive board at 2:30 p. m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Miss Millie Ann Military. N Highway 61,. at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Robert Blaylock, co-hostess. Wednesday Mrs. Llnyrt Wise enteilnius Town and Country Club. Mrs. S. C. Owens entertains Club Eight. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. H. C. Sims has Wednesday Bridge Club. NGW Club .meets with Mrs. Bill Fraser with Mrs. Paul Cooper co- liostess. Central PTA meets at 3 p.m. executive board at Thursday Lottie Moon YWA meets with Marce.Ha Ray Plat Lake HD Club holding nn- Among those in Fayettoville today to attend the University of Arkansas-Southern Methodist University football game are Mr. and ^'* t - ^checking of eyes IK undcr- Mrs. Dan Burge, Mr. and Hrs. Har- way at Roscnwald School, north of old Stockton and Juincy Alexander, j Osceola, Dr. and Mrs. Pan] L. Tip ton off At the meeting Tuesday, the group Florida are the guests oi Mrs. H. ' vou.-d to/ help with the heart clinic on November 18, Also discussed were plans for a luncheon honoring MLss Martha Wise, national executive Becretary. who will pay the Osceola chapter a visit during the month. Climaxing the meeting were plans to entertain husbands of members ijne ««u , • ••• presented ! L. Chambers. Mrs. Roscoe Crafton, Miss Rumona Oral ton. Miss Peti Byars and Mrs. Eddie B. David will return this weekend from a trip to Day- tonn Beach, Fin. Lt. and Mrs. Guy Newcomb oi Houston, Tex., are the parents of a daughter born Friday at Hermann Hospital in Houston. The baby has been named Evelyn Jean. Mrs Newcomb is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Pigg of Osceola and the niece of Mrs. George Roland Green of Blytheville. A. II. Webb was in Jackson, Mo., yesterday to, attend the funeral services of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drum who were fatally injured in an automobile accident this week- Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson are .spending the weekend in Memphis as guests of Mr, and Mrs, W. P. McHaniels. former BlythevJHe residents. While there they will attend the Sonja Henie Ice Revue. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr . are in Memphis, today to be with their daughter, Mary Ellen, who. Is critically ill in the Le Bonheur Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burns left today for Fort Smith to attend th<; wedding of Tommy Sylvester, tomorrow. Misses Barbara and Rosemary Monaghan and E, B. Gee. Jr., are hv Faycttdville locjay to attend the SMU football game. Mrs. Harry W. Haiijes and Mrs. C W. Afflick were In Memphis yesterday to visit Mary Ellen Hughes who Is a patient In the Le Bonheur Hospital. Her grandmother, Mrs. R. D- Hughes, is with her. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bailey anci children, who have been living al 1134 Ash, left this morning for Kansas City, Mo., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. T. ,1. Bailey will spend the weekend in Memphis as guests nf Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dan- Iclson. While there they will attend the Sonja Henie Ice Revue. Mrs. Fletcher Wilson who has been u patient In Baptist Hospital In Memphis Is now at her home on 712 West Park. Bonnie Shcppard, daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. D. L. Shcppnrd of Roseland, lias returned to the Ar- :ansas State,Teachers College campus after completing her practice teaching the first nine wcks of the fall semester. Miss Sheppard Is a home economics major. Harold Hill a student at the University of Arkansas, will arrive home next wL'ek lor a- visit with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill of Luxora. Mrs. P. j. Lnuman and children, Jimmy, Maud and Jean, of Bristol, Va.. arrived today (u visit Mrs. Lauman's parrnls, Mr, and Mrs Cornelius Modingcr, Sr. .and tam- ily. Christine Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson of Luxora, has returned to the Arkansas State Teachers College campus after finishing her practice teaching the tirst nine weeks of the full iiester. Miss Johnson is a home economics major. Jim BedwelJ will .spend the weekend' in Memphis with his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. J. A. Bodwell. While there he will attend the Sonja HiMiie Ice Revue- A nugget of fur will up Uie wardrobe that's ailiiiR. Fine with tweed suit,, but just us nice with vL'lfiMi. Worn like a necktie, or under im upturned collar. COINS, your name, address, size | niial Thanksgiving meeting and din- desired, and the PATTERN NUM- ner a t club house beginning at 11 BSR to Sue Burnett. BlylUevlllci a . m< Courier News, 372 W. Quincy ^,, NUCYI- Chi: Street, Chicago 6, III. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains n wealth of sewing! Thursday Contract Club. Ideas for every woman who sewsj ChiHinn Club meets with Mrs. for herself and her family. Send i Mary HaUield. 20 certs row tor your copy.' I Mr.s. Robert Thompson emer- ib mi't.'i with Mrs. Culemnn Stevens. Mrs. P. D. Foster entertains REViVAL STILL IN PROGRESS AT THE CHURCH OF GOD 20th and Cherry St. RFV. PETTY, EVANGELIST Services Begin at 7:30 nightly and will continue through next week. Rev. Petty PUBLIC INVITED L. A. HOLT, Pastor alns OEO Club. Kriilny Womnn Club mcrl.s at 1 p. in.: covered luncheon. •I-H Chill beni'lU supper nt Le- fiiMl Hut. 5 (o fi |). in. Ludies of Country Club enter- tuininR \vlth Day. Friday Com mot Club meets \vilh Mrs. a. O. Poetz. Mr.s. Furris McCiillu entertains Fvitliiy Chib. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. (Wide Vision Screen) 3 Big Days • Sun. • Mon. • Tues. "Money From Home In Tecfinc/o/or Starring DEAN JERRY Martin & Lewis with a Christmas party, which will bu the first social affair of the auxiliary since it was organized year ago. Mrs. R. C. Bryan was hostess to the Four-Table Bridge!Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Upon arrival, Mrs, Bryan invited her guests into thp dining room where they were seated nt a lace covered table centered with an arrangement oi fall foliage and berries. Flanking the arrangements wore gold tapers in brass holders. A dessert course was served. Mrs. Maude Travis was n special te;i Mrs. Marshall Kline of Little Rock and Mrs. Kate Hale played with the members. In the games of bridge, Mrs. Kline kas presented high guest scire, Mrs. Harry Driver, high club, Mrs. J. H. Hoik won low and bridge was won by Mrs, John W. Eclrlngton. Trinity YWA Has Program In Home Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham Thursday night. Repeating of the watchword opened the meeting Gernldinc Hinton gave the opening prayer. Alberta Sadler gave the devotional and the business session was presided over by Clara Sue Ray. Those taking parts on the program were Marcclla Ray. Geral- dlne Hinton. Patsy Gentry, Fran Carter and Garlene Tate. Barbara Sawyer dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. DAYTIME CLOTHES — Fall's easy elegance in daytime clothes Is typified by these disigns. Woven checked wool dress (left) with easy, bloused bodice Mas neckline cut wide, away from throat. Collar is circled and tabbed by gold velvet bow. This is an Elfred design. Beautiful pale blue wool sut by this same designer (center) has new short, bloused jacket with snug-fitting waistband tying at front. Detachable mink collar fastens with jeweled clips., Pierre Balmain does a chiffon flannel day dress (right) in gray with buttoned down plastron front fastening over cummerbund'sash of blue silk twill. Fabrics are soft and lightweight. NGW Club Has Meeting In Hester Home NGW Club met at the home ol Mrs. Joe Mac Hester this week with seven members and eight guests present. In the business session plans were made for the group's Christmas party. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. Bil Fraser, Mrs, W. H. Shclton, Mrs. Charles Hester. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served refreshments. C r\r\A\ i/~fc , V-OMUUC. I b A l the Hospitals Chh'knxmvbn Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Barnes Crook and baby, city. Mr.s. L. D. Garner and baby, city. Mr.s. Holm Chaffln nnd baby, city. Walls HospHnl Mrs, John W. Bates. Rt. 3, city. Sid Walker. Rt. 1, city. Evnliim Claybrook, Rt. 1. city. Timothy Alexander, Steele. Members of the GEO Club met nt the home of Mr.s. W. H.«O'Kccfe Thursday night. Guests were Mrs. Robert Thompson and Mrs. "Gerald Blomeyer. White chrysanthemums were used throughout the entertaining rooms nnd a dessert course was served preceding the bridge panics. Winners wore Mrs, Johnson Blackwell. high, Mrs. Joe McHaney. second hiph and Miss Jcttye Huffman, bridgn. There are no living descendants of Nathan Hnle. THEATRE = On W. Main St. E In Blythevillc == I'honc 3-1B21 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature ROBERT PRESTON "WE BRIO! COMES TO Y6UOW SKY , STEPHEN CRANE Y «KO RADIO PICTURES. INC. ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL OWL SHOW TONIGHT! »;th MARI BUNCHARO « UMVE8SA1IMMATKJMI PICTUft Also Cartoon & Serial Our Sot. Owl Show Starfs At 11:30 P. M. SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature GUINNESS jMsm HAS THE TIME OF HIS LIFE The » lOPIHT IILMS RUIAtt • —AND— Captain's paradise ALEC GUINNESS YVONNE 0. CARLO CSLIA JOHNSON XiniklW Ihiv UNITIO AKTlSli ALSO CARTOON A UNKfBSAL UlUSNAIMIAl PlCIWJ Mrs. Hord Guest of Friday Club Mrs. Bob Logan was hostess to members ot" the Friday Club at her home yesterday with a dessert- bridge. Guest of the group was Mrs. Jerry Hord. white chrysanthemums were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. R. A. Porter won iiig'h score in the bridge games. Mrs. S. E Tune, second high, nnd Mrs. Oscai Fendler won bridgo. Mrs. Caudill Entertains Bridge Club' Thursday Contract Club met with Mrs. G. G. Caudill at her home this week when she had ns hov guests Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. John Lenti. Pink chrysanthemums centered the table where guests were seated for lunch, ,, Winners In the bridge game were Mrs. P. D. Foster, hi«h, and Mrs. Robinson, second high. Box Office Opens 6:45 S'^ow Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature •it* RICIWRD DENNING • MARTHA KYER • AND THE SIX MOST BEAUTIFUL INDIAN GUIS IH AMFBICA Story and S:;,'»n Pliy b r DOUGLAS HEYES • produced by SAM KATZMAN • Directed by WIUIAH CASTIE —AND— "BURMA CONVOY" Serial "Batman" No. 3 Cartoon "Hero For A Day" Sun., & Mon. Double Feature L A GREAT CARSON PERfOBMANCE! GREER GARSON ROBERT RYAN HER TWELVE MEN —AND— A UNIVtRSAllNTEIiNHlONAl PICTURE V METRO NEWS Jewelry Box Must Be Neat The mature woman knows the importance of smart jewelry to complete her costume. And she usually has a good collection of costume necklaces, bracelets and earrings to suit every occasion and wardrobe need. But in order to be effective, costume jewelry must be kept in good condition. Jewelry pieces, like wardrobe items, should be rotated in order to get the maximum wear from each one. If you insist upon wearing that same pair of silver earrings, for instance, both you and your "public"' will soon grow tired of them. And If they're the easiest to grab in the morning, it means that your jewelry box isn't as neat or as organized as it should be. Most jewelry boxes have two shelves. Your earrings should go on the top shelves, with the necklaces, bracelets and pins on the bottom shelf. To avoid tangling, close all bracelets, necklaces and pins. If the bottom layer of your jewelry box isn't sectioned, make small cardboard separators to separata the heavier, bulky. jewelry from your more delicate pieces. Pearls are often described as lustrous. Is your pearl jewelry as lustrous as it was when you bought it? If not, remind yourself to givs it more frequent tubbings. Place your pearl jewelry In a basin full of lukewarm suds and scrub it with a soft, sudsy brush. Wipe it dry with a Hntless cloth. A well-organized jewelry box makes for easy reaching and selection of .that particular piece of jewelry needed to add "personality" to your costume. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tor KHz & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program CARTOON "ZERO THE HERO" • SUN. •MON. •TUES. THE DANCING, ROMANCING MUSICAL^ THAT &L x* —I ' DAZZLED BROADWAYj now bigger than ever in the beauty of COLOR and the magic of GENE KELLY VAN JOHNSON CYDCHARISSEfuiHESTEwm BARRY JONES-ALBERT SHARPE ( AUN"jAVfERNER • FREDERICK LOEWE • ANSCO VINCENfTMiNNEUI • AMHulfFREED PLUS SELECTED SHORTS

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