The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1955 · Page 2
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PAGI TWO BtYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1955 - Society News - o inn Mallnrv Rnpiof.v KHitnr I PhO MJM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. White, Mrs.Moore Entertain With Party at White Home Mrs. Dick J. White and Mrs. Richard Moore entertained members of their Friday bridge club along .with several guests with a dessert-bridge at the White home yesterday. The Thanksgiving theme was carried out. in the decorations and in a dessert course served. Scorepads and, tallies were miniature turkeys with turkeys also centering yellow mints which were served. A fruit arrangement in a silver container centered the dining table. Flanking this were yellow tapers in triple branched silver candelabra. Floral arrangements used throughout the entertaining rooms were of yellow and white chrysanthemums. Club winners were Mrs. E. M. Chapter D PEO at Terry. Jr., hi|;h, uiul Mrs. R. A. Warren, second hipli. Mrs. C. E. Daggetl won guest hieh with Mrs. D. E. Limdstedt ..winning second guest hinh. * Mrs. W. S. Ruder was awarded bridgo and also won the traveling prize. • . Lemons Home Mrs. C S. Lemons and Mis. T. J. Mahan were hostesses to Chapter D PEO Sisterhood at the Lemons' home Wednesday with a 1 p.m. luncheon. The two-course buffet luncheon was served from a table decorated with fruit. Pi/teen members and one visitor Mrr. Y. T. Rowan of Oklona. Miss., were present. •Mrs. James Roy conducted the business session with Mrs. James C. Guard giving the report from the Record. "Medicine," was the topic of the program presented by Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Life-Size Playmate 8764 JO* Sue Burnett The perfect playtime companion for your daughter — Susie Pigtail measures 30 Inches tall; can wear outgrown clothes of a two-yenr-old. Pattern No. 8764 is in one size, 30 inches. Doll, H a yards of 35 or 39- inch; dress, 1 3 ' B yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago B. in. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fa!' & winter '55 pattern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains a wealth of sew-simple, up-to-Lhe-mln- uie slyles, special features, color and style. Miss Richardson Complimented With Luncheon Miss Eloise Richardson was complimented with a luncheon yesterday at Hotel Noble. Hostesses for the pre-nuptial party were Misses Bobbie Jean Byrd, Bobbie June Killtan and Einadel Swearengen. A gold and white color scheme was carried out in table decorations with the centerpiece being ot gold and white chrysanthemums. Handmade plncecnrds were gold slippers attached to a white stand which was engraved in gold. Miss Richardson wore a white wool dress with matching jeweled jacket. Her accessories were in black and she was presented a corsage of yellow chrysanthemums. The hostesses also presented the bride-elect with a coffee maker. 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 Christmas Offering. 10:30 a.m. Covered-dish luncheon as 12 followed final session at 1 p.m. Christian Women's Feliowsip'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. GIB 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. SLotit. TLE Bridge Club meeting with, Mrs. Herman Turner. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C. C. Smith. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. PoLlurd. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Henry Humphrey. Mtd-Week Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houehins. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs, Charles Afflick. GEO Club meting with Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Ben Mac White. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. J. E. Dicks. FRIDAY Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C. M. Smart for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. J. W. Adams are co-hostess Fridny Club meeting with Mrs. S E. Tune. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting Mrs. Zoa Thompson left yesterday for Jacksonville, FUi., where she will visit her son. Sam Thompson and family. She was motored to Memphis by another son. Robert Thompson, and Mrs. Thompson Misses Barbara Ann Gurnow and Marsha Blackard are spending the weekend in St. Louis visiting Miss Blackard's mother, Mrs. Sam Martill. Mrs. Cecil Kellin of Memphis spent Thanksgiving Day here visiting her sister. Mrs, Blan L. Stiles, Mrs. Stiles' son Robert Lee, returned home with Mrs, Kellin to spent the weekend. Mrs. Jane Gurnow of Little Rock is also visiting in t-he Stiles' home over the weekend. Mrs, Johnny White and children arc spending several days in Senatobia. Miss., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. G. Roseborough. Howard and Ted Bailey, students a; Hendrix College, are the holiday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Visiting in the Bailey home Thanksgiving day wa.s Mrs. Bailey's brother, C. E. Ru-kard and family of Memphis. Mrs. P. H. Austin, who has been a patienl in Chiekasa\vbft Hospital foi the past several days, was returned to her home at Gosnell yesterday. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger left for New Orleans this afternoon 10 return her mother. Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, home. Mrs. Hodgson has been in New Orleans lor the past several weeks visiting relatives. Mrs. Modinger and Mrs. Hodgson plan to return home next Saturday. George Chirk and Kemper Bruton are in Starkville. Miss., today to attend the Mississippi State-Ole Miss football game, Among others n Starkville for the game today are Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster. Jr. Miss Linda Taylor is sepnding the holiday weekend in Atlanta, Ga.. as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peas. Mrs. J. M. Gillespie and Mrs. C. C. Lee of Dyersburg, Tenn.. were guests Thanksgiving of Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty. At the Hospitals lle Hospital Dismissed : J. W. Morgan, city C. O. Argo. Manila Larry Bourland, Manila Mrs. Jack Lewis and oaby, Manila W. E. Kennedy, Steele Raymond Holt. Tomato Richard Green, Huffman Mrs. M. D. Walker and baby, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. E. R. Jones, city Mrs. P. H. Austin, Gosnell Mrs. Andrew Self, city Mrs. Clam McKay. Steele Mrs. John Williams, city Mrs. Luther Gifford and baby, Tomato Charles Armstrong. Dell Linda Armstrong. Dell Diane Armstrong, Dell Mrs, Paul W. Fleeman and baby Mtmila Mrs. Robtu-t Huey, city ELEGANT FABRIC — Corduroy, an t-legant, high-fash this season, also tins a youthful look. We show it here young designs from the hands of young de^imicrs. Textur roy defu is used for dre ; -s-up separates w:;h ;i velvet air. by Ninn for leen-ngers, scoop nock blouse is worn with ion fabric in three ed cordu- Designed full skirt with attached cinnmerbund Co luio t bj -\ i n-le n is wide wale < center i siressini, ib d lo k e 1 i igcr- tip jacket with fur fabric lin n \\idc It i \ p yain <ri?,:n> in casual c!o:hes fo I b I D i Bermuda shons are worn \vi: i dud to t h 1 <- i ^an -+ and pullover. Cardigan has collar and binding of the corduroy. mires when they should be trotting down the stairs to put on their coats and BO mil with us. "Don't eot mo wrimn. I like feminine !<mir most of the time. Cut in tin 1 mutter of laie-for-dnto. it [•an shorten an I'vonintf »ntl inconvenience ii lot of people." ovr mo«t GIFT CATALOG Try to Be On Time Bv Al.iriA HART NKA Beauty Editor B:-au!y is fine :tncl careful nv.tke- up is exc?li?nt. but teen-a^er- <oem to «dd a liberal rto^e of da \vlina at the crucial moment. Hore'.s a k-Ht.'r from a tpen-tiue say on the yuo,'?ci. Teeners w:v> find theiii-^lvL'-j Eiinity of thf habits he d?scr;b;\s iiv.i.v \\!'-!l u-sunii 1 th:ir "Sure." he writes, '"-vc Hke to go (nit \vi:h |ii'rl> who l.^'k pivt-y and Hn*'l> nice and '^o to ^onif rf- ion 10 r.ivt' for ih^m.-^lve?-. B\tt. why do?- it have to tuke .-n l^r\? "After all. my friend-; a:id T lib? i to look nice, too We wor.ry abuut our cuinp:oxio:is,. \\'j are concerned ; wi:h o;n- fingernails and our te-'.h. j \Ve act luiircut-, i::i .schedule. We •tnke'bmhs and ilt-an >h:iVL's. And I wo do it all in <.-rwii':h lime so thai | \\hen we are supp \^cci to c:i!l i-jr \.ur u::!> Hi fi:30. \ve arrive at 8:30. ••E".t wh.n dt> wo find? W:!]. \vr :;rf I:i{? for the everybody's dreamt come true when "Santa 1 * iho'Ji at 5c-jrs low prlcei PHONE YOUR ORDER 3-8131 $£ ' ^$ ROCBUCK AMD CO. J^^r^r^r^s' Catalog Sale. Offic. 217 \V. .Viain — Blylheville «-i,--j • ffl cm A «c" iHEAi SCARF-COU.AR COAT — Glowing color, luxurious wool .fabric and a soft silhouette Inatc this coat by Arthur J.iblcnv distinguished. Draped scarf-collar tops a slim wrap coal in a shade les'.uo violet. Mrs Mrs. R. L. Maxwell, city Joe Mi!lf?r. Oran. Mo. Mrs. nettle Mead, city Katherine Dobson. city Mrs. Billy F. Garner and baby, city Roy via, city Sam Ward. Holland Mrs. Donnie Yiirbro, city Bobby Clifford, city Jerry Abbott, city On VS. Main St. In Hlythcville Phone 3--1K:!! | Weekdays Show Shirts 7:0(1! p.m. — Sal. & Sun. 1:1)11 p.m : Cnfft'p is the largest MiiQln United Stntf.s import in tin liar viiluo. Rural Churches Approximately two - thirds of the churches iji the United Slates are located in rural communities, which have one-third of the nation's churchgoers, FIRST CENSUS First census of the United States was taken in 1700 and showed n population of nearly (our million, including about 700.000 slaves. GIANT WIDE SCREEN OPEN THURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS Box Office Open* 6:30 — Show Starts at Duik SATURDAY & SUNDAY Double Feature —AND— MEN OF THE FIGHTING LADY _ ", MOM m-e- Also Cartoon 1 $125 SUNDAY $125 DINNER APPETIZERS Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Chicken & Dumplings. Country Slylc Roast Sirloin of Beef with Brown Gravy Breaded Veal Cutlets with Cream Sauce CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Early .lime I'eas Cream Style Corn Snowflake Potatoes Muttered Asparagus Spears SALAD Vegetable Salad DESSERT Cherry Cobbler Serving Homt Made Hot Rolls Hamburger Steak 75c RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blytheville's Favorite Eating Place Pox Office Opens 6:'15 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c Al All Times I.AS'T TIMES TODAY Double Feature EDWARD G. ROBINSON IN ALL HIS FURYIII 5 The The rinest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! SATL'SDAY Double l r eaturc Ray Whitlay • Emmett , .^.^ Lynn • lam VmmrMi S2aa — AAD • S-ereoa!ionic Sound! Listen to KLCN al 1D:10 a.m. and ) p.m. tor Ritz &, ROIJ I'nijiram Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature THE STGSV OF THE PfllSON.. _AN D— ...forMUKD»! B^ AN AILIEO ARTISTS PICTURE Also Cartoon: "RABBIT PUNCH" AND — TEWUM-.. _ Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 12 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature _ ,\ND — SIGPPAGAN I JEFF CHANDUR.JACK MUMCE IUJDMILU TCHI;RINA.RITA GAM METRO NKWS EXPRESS" Serial "Panther Girl" No. 11 And Cartoon Sot. Owl Show 11:30 p.m. ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature "LOVE ME or LEAVE ME" Starring Doris James DAY & CAGNEY In Cinemascope — AND — "SUSAN SLEPT HERE" With Debbie Dick REYNOLDS & POWKU, ALSO CARTOON 1 SUNDAY & MONDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "To Catch a Thief" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vincent : it s the year's danger s0nsatl0r* wl*h the love scenes •" i-bf (he century I GARY GRANT GRACE KELLY ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S TO CATCH A THIEF Color by TECHNICOLOR h JCSSlC NOYCE LANDIS • JOHN WILLIAM* Oi.-*ct««-by ALFRED HITCHCOCK •cr**r>pl*y toy JOHN MICHAEL MAYCS ^jjl Mr. and Mrs. Ralph \Vafler PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON IIIKI NJWONA1 f«l K* MOV*.00«! Vott TODAY The Ideal Christmas Gift Books of Happiness Theatre Ticket Book*. Now on Sale

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