The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1955 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR pMt.r OOWMR xww FRrTOAY, NOVEMBER M, MSB Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News M/Mur C*r\/iiiifi7 I*M I fell' * Phono 3-4403 DRAMA HEIIEAltSAL — Members of Blytheville High School Choir along with three grade school students are shown rehearsing the operetta, "Lowland Seas," a drama which will be presented at Blytheville Hh.'h School auditorium, Tuesday. Pictured (left to right) are Davis Cobb, David Seymore, Gary Sparks, Emily Damon, Dick Poster and Sandra Dougherty. This operetta will also feature an acting chorus of 25 girls and a sailor chorus of 25 boys. They will be assisted by a pit chorus composed or several choir members along with the ninth-grade chorus. Others in the operetta will be Glenn Ladd, Leslie Borowsky, Carol Seeman, Put Hurley and Don Coleman. This will be preceded by a comedy curtain raiser, "Sunday Excursion." Curtain time is 7:45 p.m. Ralph Nichols is accompanist for both presentations. Eva Lee Graves and Robert White are student managers tor the drama production. (Courier News Photo) Club Officers Host for Annual Party Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, Mr. and Mrs. John Osbonie and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley representing the • officers of the Cotillion Club were hosts yesterday afternoon lor the annual Cotillion Club Thanksgiving dance. The affair was held in Plantation Boom of Hotel Noble with a large crowd in attendance. The room was decorated in kecp- jng with the Thanksgiving season •with the refreshment tnble being centered with a cornocupm. Plowing from thia were yellow chrysanthemums accented with miniature fruit. Burning on either side of this were yellow tapers. At another point in the room u large arrangement of fruits and vegetables banked with fall huivos was used. Out-of-town guests were Mr, and Mrs. Louis Townsend of Manila, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell of Maiden, Mr. and Mrs. .Dan Bell of Memphis and Frank Black of Sim Antonio, Tex, Club Eight Conducts Game In White Home Members of Club "Slight met at the home of Mrs. Jesse White Wednesday. Fall flowers and a conmcopiu of fruit were u.secl to dornmtf the entertaining roomy of the White home. Mrs. R, B, Stout won hi-h in the games, Mrs, R. C. Allen, second hlKh, and Mrs. Charlns LanyMun, bridge. LET'S CO —This is the w;iy Martians look, according to a n i i; h t - c1 u b show in Paris, France, "Agnes the Martian" in prc:;uni;ib]y tin; reason so many \vimkl-be space travelers -are eager to fiL-t to the planet. GIANT WIDE SCREEN OPEN THURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature _AND— ' • POOOIES tmi ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY & SUNDAY Double Feature —AND— the heroic story of the MEN OH HE FIGHTING LADY" FROM M-O-M In celling color! Also Cartoon Mrs. Perry Hostess to Huffman WMU Mrs. George Perry was hostess to Women's Missionary Union of fluff- man Baptist Church Monday. "Christ for the World" was the program presented with Mrs. Rex Hughes, Mrs. Harry Lawson, Mrs. Marie Huff, Mrs. Jodie Hicks, Mrs. Billy Ray and Mrs. Agnes Hatched taking parts. Mrs. Lawson presided over the business session with Mrs. Perry giving the devotional and Mrs. Dudley McDanicl giving the opening prayer. Sentence prayer dismissed the :'oup. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son Jerry were in Memphis yesterday to motor home Mrs. Lowe's )! mother. Mrs. M. T. Moon. Mrs. Moon has been a patient in Meth- om i Ho pi \\ following a heart attack Tuesday. Her condition is repot td -. ittsJ ictory. N )i i Moon of Evansville, Ind., in n i ci \ t sltrday to spend the \\u r nd 'u e visiting his father, Norris Moon. Mr. and Mrs, C. G. Scherer had T- 1,111x1-, \esterday Mrs. Helen Pi i Nf \1 \lunn and Mr. and Mi-, H P Ft ris. Jr., and daugh- ui Pt iiui Jttn of Memphis. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger, III emenained Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger. Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch at their new home nt t \in\ nel esterday. \Ii-)S Pt^\ Roe, student at Mis. slssippi Southern College, is the jholidu i,uest of her parents, Mr. ' and Mrs. Ernest Roe. She has as [ her houst'guest Miss Terry Allen of Oklahoma City, also a student at the college. V i in in the Roe home yester- dav were Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Taylor of Memphis and ,Mr. and Mrs. Larry Taylor of Arlington. Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Neal of 555 West Northern, Coolidge, Ariz., announce the birth of their first child, a son. Nov. 19. The baby has been named James Manly. Mrs. O'Neal is the former Miss Eula Smith of Biytheville and Mr. O'Neal is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Manly of Blytheville. Bobby Young of Memphis is the weekend guest of Stanley Webb and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Webb. Miss Pat Speck, student at Mississippi Southern, is the holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speck. Airman Bill Afflick, who has completed basic training at San Diego, Calif., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Affllck. He will leave here Dec. 1, for Norman, Okla., where he will undergo eitrht weeks of special training. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Thomas of Knoxviile, Tenn., were guests yesterday of Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and family. Miss Bobbie June Killian, student at the University of Arkansas, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Robert OLDEST TOWN Colchester, in Essex, Britain's oldest recorded town, dates from about 40 A.D., and is said to have been the home of the mythical Old King Cole. The Coral Sea naval battle was the first in history in which nil of the damage was done by aircraft exclusively. Killian. Mr. and Mrs. Young Rowan ol Okolona, Miss., are the houseguests of their daughter, Mrs. James C. Guard, Dr. Guard and children. Home from the University of Arkansas is Chuck Langston. He is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston. Mr., and Mrs. J. D. McDowell and sons had as guests yesterday her father, Jess Cunningham oi Memphis • and Mr. McDowell's mother, Mrs. John McDowell of Blytheville. Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Nelson and children had as holiday guests Miss Allyce Nelson of Memphis, Miss Katherine Hammett, of South Lou donderry, Vt. Miss Shanna Watson of Elco, Nev; Miss Birte Guldmann GEM THEATRE "Osceo/o'i Finest" SATURDAY LATE SHOW SUN. ® MON, «TUES. November 26-27-28-29 WHO WAS THIS MAN?... He profaned the cloth he wore! She fought against this forbidden relationship! The most challenging story of faith ever toJd! I ri" I f/\Ml »i* tuft '""lucid ty tmttiid t» fctwn flirt, LEE J. COBB «,S • NDDrMui. »wMi,Hirnn. KfHiMm •MM br H UHN • 111 IM mMti« m with Mrs. 0. C. Smith. Wednesday Briilce Club mectins with Mrs. w. J. PuUuvil. TIIUKSDAV Duplicate Bi'ltltje U'liBUi 1 inwtinij. Thursday Contract Club meelinf with Mrs. Henry Hum\)tu-t-y. Mirt-Wi-ck Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. IlouclUns. Kibitzer c:lub meeting with Mrs. Charles Affliek. OEO Club meting wilh Mrs. Johnson Dlnckwell. La Nueve CUtb meeliuR with Mrs. Ui'li Mi\e While. Tliui'sdny Club mcetiiiB with Mri. J. E. Dk-ks. HUDAV Chapter N I'l'.O meeting at home ol Mrs. C. .M. Smart, lor 1 p.m. liineheon. Mrs. Uoyd Slickiiion and -Mrs. J. \V. Adiuns are co-host!'s.s. Fi'iilny Club iiH'i'linij with Mrs. S. K. Tune. SATl'ltDAV Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Read Courier Nrtt-.s Classified Ads. FOR A SELECT CLIENTELE—This Christmas tree is worth 318,750, because it's made of 60 mink tails and is decorated with jewels. Displaying it is its creator, Mrs. Alice Daly, San Francisco artist and designer. She designs Christmas cards and bizarre gifts for "people who have everything." Her collection includes $2500 pearl dog collars and a $25,000 Christmas card. of Horsens, Denmark and Dr. and Mrs. Roy Bagley and children of Fayetteville. . Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and Mrs. B. P. Gay spent the holiday in Bell Buckle, Tenn., visiting Mrs. Waddy Moore, in. Miss Charlene Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pierce of Blytheville and student at Mary Harding-Baylor College, has been chosen a member of the Mary Hardin-Baylor Chorale Trio. Miss Jo Ellen arlfftng, junior at Baylor University, was recently elected Keeper of the Ring and Key of the Athenean social club. Miss Griffing is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Griffing of Blytheville. Sgt. and Mrs. Elhert A. Poster of Midway Island, Va., announce the birth of a son Nov. 1. at the Naval Hospital in Quantico, Va. the baby, named William Davis, is the second child for the Poster family. Sgt. Foster is the son of Mrs. Lula Foster of Blytheville. Miss Edith Bouse of Charleston, Mo., is spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs. H. L. Harp and Mr. Harp. Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and children and Mrs. E. G. Lovell spent yesterday in Memphis visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Coney. Mrs. James Nebhut and infant daughter, Mitzi Mae, who have been patients in Baptist Hospital in Memphis, nre now at their home on 816 Illinois. They were motored home by Mr. Nebhut Wednesday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature EDWARD G. ROBINSON IN AIL HIS FURriH (The JDoy I The I Killers Die I «BUICK TUESDAY — AND — Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 12 And Cartoon SUNDAY A MONDAY Double Feature — AND — JWT CHANDUIUACK MUNCf UrOMOU TCHERlHU'ltm CAK METRO NEWS Coming Events MONDAY Executive Board of WSCS of First Methodist Church meeting in Open Door Classroom. 2 p:m. WMU of First Baptist Church Season of Prayer for Foreign Missions and Lottie Moon Cliristmas Offering:, 10:30 a.m. Covered-dish luncheon as 12 followed final session at 1 p.m. Christian Women's Fellowsip's Executive Board meeting at 10:30 followed by luncheon at 12. General meeting will be held at 1 p.m. TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Dale Briggs. Country Club Bridge League meeting. CIS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Tom A. Little. Jr. WEDNESDAY PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Preston Franks. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R. B. Stout. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Herman Turner. Town and Country Club meeting THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts, 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature MUN DOW1JNQ RICK Jason D.uri6vm by KKO WQO MCTUttS. Itl — AND — "ELEPHANT BOY-SABU" ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature Sat. Owl Show 11:30 p.m. ALSO CARTOON CHRISTMAS With Envelopes 10 - 25 - 50 - 100 - 200 - - - $ 1.25 2.50 5.00 9.50 - 18.00 Lee Bearden Piio 419 W. Main Phone 3-8666 \ i Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tor Rill * Roxj Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY - RttOUlO C»«tWER • BMBJUU EBITfOX • Dra cum • » '."• "vvu. p.-f » PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature THUTORY OF THE PRISON WITHOUT BARS' —AND— AN AUIED ARTISTS PICTURE Also Cartoon: "RABBIT PUNCH" SUNDAY & MONDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "To Catch a Thief" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vincent ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S TO CATCH A THIEF Color by TECHNICOLOR tfcStC ROYCC LANOIS • JOHN WIU DirtttMl by ALFRED HITCHCOCK y by JOHN MICHAEL HAVI* Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wafler PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON The Idea! Christmas Gift Books of Happiness Theatre Ticket Books Now on Sale

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