The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 17, 1954
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PAGE FOUK BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1954 Mil - Society News - * II_II AU ., C,miutu EMifnr * Pflt i Milli* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Plans are Made For State UDC Convention Here Early plans for the 1955 slate convention of the Dnlted Daunhters of the Confederacy to be held in Bly- thevllle next October 1»S were made at the home of Mrs. George Florida in Osceola yesterday. Representatives from the three chapters who will be hostesses for the convention came from the Crittenden County Chapter of Wesl Memphis, James Franklin Davis Chapter of Bassett and the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of Blytheville. plans were made for entertaining the delegates, who will come from the 27 Arkansas chapters, and va- riouj commutes were appointed. Mrl. Gean Atkinson, president o( the Elliott FleWher Chapter has ben named local convention chairman by th state president. Mr«. C. W. Alford is slate program chair- A formal invitation, signed by the prwident of the three chapters is being sent to the state president, Mr«. A. E. Slusser of Hope. Convention headquarters will be »t Hotel Noble and this Is the first convention of this type to tie held Arkansas. Beta Sigma Phi Members Make Christmas Plans Plans were made last night by Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi for their annual Christmas party for Negro children when they met at the home of Miss Millie Ami Mallory. Mrs. Robert Blaylock was co-hostess. Other business which was conducted by Mrs. Jack Owen concerned the benefit Christmas sale and committee reports. Mrs. Harold Stockton. Mrs. Dan McCaskill, Mrs. Perry Darby, Mrs. Ernest McKen7.!c and Mrs. Roland Bishop presentee 1 the program on "Happiness and Yom Health." Turkeys, pumpkins, brightly colored fall leaves and chrysanthemums were used to decorate the •ntertalning rooms of the home. After repeating the closing ritual, the hostesses served party foods and Iced drinks. Country Club Bridge League Conducts Game Mission Study Phone 3-4461 TaUgkt IH 7] Methodist Circles CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. James Otlle Huey celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at their home on 2313 West Rose St. (Hcc Gee Studio I'hoto) Mr. and Mrs. Huey Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Huey were honored on their golden wedding anniversary Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Thompson antl Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Huey, who entertained with a reception. Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met In homes ! this week Circle One met with Mrs. Riley Jones with Mrs. Waller Card CO- hostess. There were 18 members jresent. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater gave the devotional and Mrs. Jones taught ;he study. Circle Two met with Mrs. Har- •ey Morris and Mrs. Horace Wai- pole was co-hostess. There were members and one new member, Mrs. W. W. Blackwood; present. Mrs O. C. Oanske gave the devotional and Mrs. William Wyatt taught the study. Mrs. Robert Kllllan was hostess i Circle Three and Mrs. D, E, Wlmberly was co-hostess. There were 22 members and two visitors, Mrs. Hnrold Doyle and Mrs. Elmer Norman, present. The devotional was given by Mrs. R. N. Hill and Mrs. H. C. Bush gave the study. Circle Four met with Mrs. George Hale with 20 members and one new member, Mrs. Russell G:iincs, present. Mrs. Harry W. Haines gave the devotional. Fifteen members of Circle Five met with Mrs. B. M. Matthews and Mrs. C. W. Alford was co-hostess. Mrs. Tom Liltlc. Jr.. gave the devotional and the study was taught by Mrs. Newton Whltis. Circle Six met wtili Mrs. Fred Flcemjin with Mrs. Mary Henley eo-hosles.s. There were 19 mem- uers and five visitors, Mrs. L. E. Old, Miss Helen Pat Hamilton, Mrs. Harold Eggensperger, Mrs. Emma Webster and Mrs. J. C. Eubanks, present. Mrs. Kelley Welch and Mrs. Harold Stockton were hostesses to Circle Seven. There were 10 members, one visitor, Mrs. Eggens, pcrger. ami two new members. Mrs. John Prather and Mrs. Ted BourzlkaH, present The Jpvolional was given by Mrs. Klbert Johnson and Mrs. Phillip Wuctor nave the study. HOLLAND QUEENS — Phyllis Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oda B. Smith, was crowned queen of the Holland High School Friday night at lire annual high school carnival. Her king was Keith Little, son of Joe Frank Little. Paula Beardon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moon, and Jimmy Binkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Binkle. represented the sixth grade; Mary Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Brown, and Clinton Curry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Norrld, represented the first grade. (Photo by Bee Gee Studio) The reception table was centered with the wedding cake which was encircled with yellow pom-poms Arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums were used on the buffet and mantel. Presiding at the nuest book was Miss Oclorls Huey and assiMiiiu at the table were Mrs. John R. KruU cud Mrs.' Donald Huey. Mrs. Huey wore lor UlR occasion a wine wool dress and pinned •* yellow rosebud corsage at her shoulder. Trinity Circles Have Programs Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs. John Buchanan Monday lor a covered dish luncheon and Royal Service program. There were 20 members and one guest, the Rev. Bill Cook, present. Repenting the watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. John Cherry. Mrs. R. W. Wootcn was In charge of the business and Mrs. A. D. Priest was In charge of the program, and the Jewel Abcrnnthy Circle members assisted her. Mrs. Woolen dismissed the group Members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League conducted a six-table Howell movement last night. Winners were Mrs. C. W. Affllck and Mrs. B. E. Tune, first with prayer. with 80Vi points Bernard Qooch I Mildred Matthew Circle met with tnd Oscar Hardaway were second ! Mrs. A. D. Katmon with 13 members with 73'j points n" a °" e visitor present. In third place were Mrs. o. W. Mrs. Robert Coleman opened the Mccutchen and Mrs. F, E. Black I mcetlnE with prayer nnd Mrs. Ernest Walker was In charge of the with 71'4 points. Miss Vera Goodrich of Nashville, Tenn., is spending several days here as guest of her mother, Mrs. B. A. Goodrich. Miss Mary Noe is a patient In the Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berry and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burr of Whitewright, Tex., have moved to Blytheville and are now making their home at 126 Dougan. Mr. Berry is still associate< In business is Texas. Mrs. C. W. Claunch of Jonesboro, Mrs, C. H .Joyce of Paragould, Mrs. A. M. Seiner of North Garden, Va.. Mrs. R. D. Dunkline of Cambridge. N. Y., and Miss Dollle Hlett of Little Rock were the guests of their sister, Mrs. C. A. Hunton, and Mr. Hunton yesterday. Mrs. Dan Bell and son of Memphis are the guests of Mrs. Boll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Becker were in Cape Qirardeau over the week end to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McCIue and son, Mike, former Blytheville residents. Russell Fleeman and Mr. Grossman of Lake Providence, La., arc the guests of Mr. Fleeman's sister. Mrs. Robert Killlan. Capt. and Mrs.. L. H. Wise and children of Camp Carson. Colorado Springs, Colo., will arrive Sunday to spend several days here visiting Captain Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise. Mrs. B. A. Lynch Is spending severa. days In Searcy visiting relatives while Mr. Lynch Is In St. Louis. Mrs. Joslah Fort .' Clarksvlllc. Tenn., and John Mahan of Princeton, Ky., arrived yesterday afternoon to visit their mother, Mrs. T. | J. Mahan, and to be with their | nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes. Allan Montgomery »nd son. Jim Montgomery of Wichita Falls, Tex., are here to be with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, and Mr. Hughes, and to attend the graveside services today for the Infant daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse were In Memphis yesterday to be with Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wyatt have purchased the home of Mrs. 8. P. M»rtin at 800 W. Main Street »nd will make their home thtre. | A. H. Webb It mending i firm j business. Mrs. Gaylord Lewis gnve j the devotional and program. Mrs | Dnvitl Gnddis dismissed the group. Marlon Cook and Annie Armstrong Circles met at the church for n Royal Service program with 11 members find one new member, Miss Jackie Dlncklord. present. Miss Donna Bohannon gave the program and Mrs. Howard cnldwell the opening prayer. Sentence prayer dismissed the group. Bureau convention in Jefferson City, Mo. Mrs. Ella Alexander arrived Insl week from Corpus Chrlsll, Tex,, to visit Mrs. Cecil Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. GHlespie, Mrs. Addle McDonald or Memphis, Mrs. Ella Alexander of Corpus Chrisli. Tex., and Mrs. Cecil Robertson were in Paragould 10 hear Mr. and Mrs. Qlllcsple's son, the Rev. Jack Mick, preach at the village Baptist Church, The Rev. Mr. Mick Is pastor of .this church, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall and Mrs. C. E. Edds spent yesterday in Memphis. Luncheon Given For Members of Tuesday Club Mrs. Riley B. Jones entertained members and guests of Lhe Tuesday Britice Clvlh with a luncheon at her home yesterday, Yellow and while chrysanthemums were used to center the tables where the guests were sealed. Guests oi the group were Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila. Mrs. Chester Cnkiwcll, Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. R. H. Klrby. Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. Elton Klrby, and Mrs. Charles CrlgRor, III. Bridge winners were Mrs. R. H. Klrby. guest high. Mrs. Tune, second high, nnd club winners were Mrs. Lloyrl Sllt-kmon. high, and Mrs. Max Reid, second high. YarbroWSCS Has Program In Bunch Home Ynrbro Women's Society of Christian Service mot with Mrs. Milton Bunch Monday nifiht. There were 1C members present. Group singing opened the meeting am! Mrs. Cnrl Burton gnve a devotional on "What Shall 1 Render?" Mrs. Chiirels Krutz presented the program on "So Sure of Life." The business session was presided over by Mrs. Monroe Beshurse who appointed Mrs. Dave Abbott and Mrs, Paul Ahbott the golden age -om- mlttce lor the month. In Hie social hour the hostess served refreshments. NN Bridge Club Entertained by Miss Smith Miss Barbara Carter was guest of the NN Bridge Club last nif-lit when Barbara Ann Smith was hostess. Various shades of chrysanlhe munis were used to center individual tables and throughout the Smith won hifih in bridge games. Mrs. Tommy Westbrook, second high. ;md Miss Carter, bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Lottie Moon Class Conducts Meeting Lottie Moon Class of Giwi.el. Baptist Church met at the church Mon- dny night for it.s monthly bu-Murss merlins. Mrs. Andy Bevil opener! HIP im-Pt- liiH with prayer and in n bu.-,im'ss session phuis \vcro iiy^ 1 tor future projects df tho cla.s.s. The sessions was conducted by Mrs. Jflfk Tiipp. Mr-,. Bill Crawford pave the clr the group was dismiss Roy McKay. Mr. and Mrs. Graves Honored On Golden Wedding Anniversary Approximately 100 guests called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .loe Applebaum in Osceola Sunday afternoon when they entertained with a reception in honor of Mrs. Applebaum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Graves of Blytheville, who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Golden chrysanthemums in a silver bowl and gold tapers in silver candelabra centered the reception table-. An identical arrangement was used on the buffet. Pom-poms \vcre used on the mantel in the iving room and throughout the house. The wedding caKe was Osceola Presbyterian Circles Meet Circles of Osceola Presbyterian Church held a Joint meeting at the church Monday for election of of- iitt-rs. There were 32 members present. Mrs. Lloyd Godlcy was in charge o! the program on Japan. New officers elected were Mrs. p. D. Johnson, president; Mrs. Hunh Gilbert, world mission chairman; Mrs. Boyd White. Christian [•duciiUnn chairman; Mrs. Newton Johnson, spiritual growth chairman; "Mrs. Bob Cromer, genera fund chairman; Mrs. Dick Cromer, historian. Be A Wise Owl And SHOP EARLY! While Stocks are Complete Use Our Convenient Christmas Lay-Away Plan Bicycles Gifts Toys Tricycles GENERAL HARDWARE AND APPLIANCE CO. TOM A. LITTLE, Jr., 109 W. MAIN Manager PHONE S-I5S5 Business and Personal CHRISTMAS CARDS Numc I'crsnnallMd or Plain HALLMARK CARDS 10 for 29c, up Unusual Gift Wraps- Tarty Favors. Special Low I'rlccs. SAMUEL F. MORRIS Stationers—Office Outfitters— Printers "Across Krnm City Hall" ZELLNERS SLIPPER SHOP Blyrheville and Osceola Little Injuns love 'em heap big! Moc-'n-Doll Set priced like a 398 Can't think of a nicer gift for a little girl. The set consists of hand-laced genuine leather beaded moccasins, sizes 8 to 3, plus a matching 7H" Princess doll with eyes and aims that move — hoth in a colorful gift box. BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN! Tri-Town Club Conducts Game Members of the Tri-Town Club met at home of Mrs, Gene Luxora yesterday af opped with golden bells. Serving at the silver services vere Misses Judy Graves and Barbara Graves, grandchildren of he couple. Mrs. Graves chose for the occasion a navy blue faille dress and va.s presented with an orchid nes- led in gold mallne and tied with gold streamers. ! Children present were Mrs. Bob Graves and daughters of Houston, fex., H. R. Graves and son of torlnth. Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graves of Fordyce, Ark., Herman Graves of Peoria, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Graves and daughters md Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Graves and daughters of Blytheville. A dinner was given at the home of the couple Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Graves. Tealord ternoon. 'inners in the bridge games were Mrs.- James Guard, high and Mrs. Newton Whitis, second high A salad course was served b; the hostess and fall flowers were used in the entertaining rooms. JuniorHighPTA Has Regular Monthly Meeting Junior High Parent-Teachers Association conducted their regular monthly meeting yesterday afternoon. Mrs. James Terry opened u» meeting with the Parent-Teacher Association prayer and the jirta!- dent's message was given by Mrs. 2. J. Cure. In the business session, it wai mnounced a study course will b» held Nov. 18 at the home ecdnom- cs cottage and that a December meeting will not be held. A,panel discussion was presented by members of the ninth grad» on "Some of the Teen-»ge Problems." Edwin Cure, Jr., introduced th« panel and Sandra Poster served as moderator. Room count went to Miss Ardea Ferguson and Mrs. Thurman Sow- lett. Sorority Has Bridge, Canasta Party Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was entertained wtlh a bridge-canasta party at the home of Mrs. Randal Hawks last night when she had as her guests, Mrs. Hank podd, Miss Vera .Goodrich of Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. Grady Magee. Asters were used throughout the Hawks' home and a salad course was served. Winners in the games were Mr«. Jimmy Edwards, high in bridge, Mrs. T. A. Polger, high in canasta, and Mrs. Harold Wood, bridgo. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Dick Green, city Harold Harry. Number Nine Joel Garcia, Luxora Chickasawba oHspilal Dismissed: Mack Williams, city Baby Larry Fisher, Dell Terry Bailey, city Richard Shanks, city Hand Painted Oil Miniatures $4.95 The Child Art Studio Blytheville Ph. 3-8666 ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Mineral Oil $1.39 SSii' Beef-Wine and Iron--$1.49 E BAYTOL B-COWUX-12 CAPSULES $439 KAZ Electric VAPORIZER BKIMMS PLASTI-LINER for FALSE TEETH 4 1C 1 £5 CIRO PERFUME IATH SCALE "Low Boy" *yk, tip- proof design MU Dries with hot or cold air, powerful, quiet motor AC current only. LIINTER pW O50 *~ BED LAMP BEAUTY KIT H Jn d rr ,nu,^h £},£?£ — Su^cu'mP 92! bcaury LAME MOIEL PLAY RAIIE Miltl •»»«'<• . KITCHEN CLOCK "Tripk icated" for accuracy. Modem THE WONDERLAND FOR GIFT SHOPPERS

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