The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1955 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1955 - Society News - „ Ann Uollnvu Sn/M'ofv (Mirnr * Phflll Mis§ Millie Ann Msllory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Mary Scrape Complimented With Shower at F. E. Scott Home Mrs. F. E. Scott and daughter Miss Patty Scott entertained" at their new country honle on North Highway 61 Friday afternoon in compliment to Miss Mary Louise Scrape, bride-elect of Joe Shanks. The affair was a miscellaneous shower with special guests being Miss Scrape's mother, Mrs. Otto Scrape, and the groom-elect's mother, Mrs. Joseph Shanks. Corsages of pink and white carnations were presented to the honoree and mothers. The bride-elect greeted her guests in a pink and whit* ensemble. She was also presented an electric skillet by her hostesses. In further carrying out the pink and white color scheme the refreshment table held a frilly pink um- brella in the center. Extending from points of the umbrella were wedding bells tied with pink satin streamers. Burning on either side of this were tapers in branched silver candelabra.' In the other entertaining looms of the home bridal couples nnd bridal dolls along with bouquets of chrysanthemums in appropriate colors were used. Mrs. William Edward Colston and Miss Scott presided at the table during the afternoon. Mrs. D. L. Rodgers of Memphis was the only out-of-town guest. Brides-Elect Honored With Party At Blytheville Country Club Brides-elect Misses Sandra Long, Eloise Richardson and Mary Louise Scrape were honored Saturday with an informal j morning party at the Country Club. Ethel Sue Binklcy Miss Binkley Engaged to David McGee Hostesses were Mrs. Marvin Nunn and Mrs. Louis McWaters. The honorees were presented white chrysanthemum corsages along with silver compotes by their hostesses. Mothers of the girls along with Mrs. Masterpoint Game Played ByBridgeLeague A masterpoinfc game was played by the Blytfceville Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon. Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Russell Phillips took first place in the game with second going to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Ed Peters. Third place was captured by Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. Frank Grigsby. This game also concluded the six-week series with Mrs. Qrigsby taking first place. Having won this series for the third straight time, Mrs. Grigsby now has permanent possession of the trophy. Mrs. Phillips was second place winner and Mrs. Jenkins won third place. Fourth place went to Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Joseph Shanks were given corsages of yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Ernadel Swearengen and Miss Doris Bean presided at the coffee table. They were assisted by Misses Pat Pnrtlow, Sharon Hendrix and Mary Alice McWaters and Mrs. j Charles Langston and Mrs. G. O. poetz. Entertaining room o£ the club was decorated with fall flowers in shades of yellow and white. The party table was covered with an imported linen cloth on which was centered a cornucopia holding both fruit and Ilow- ers. A white epergne displaying greenery, pine cones and flowers banked by evergreens and chrysanthemums adorned the mantle. During the morning, piano selections were provided by Bob McCoy- Out-of-town guests attending the party were -from Fayetteville, Hattiesburg, Osceola and Memphis. ! At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed-. Ruby Dabney and baby, Steele Eddie Mae Brooks and baby, city Clarence McDermott, city W. D. Cobb, city Richard Whaley, Dell Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Omer Eeece, city Mrs. Henry pollock and baby, Steele James Wortham, Leachville Mrs. Joe Joyner, city David Johns, city Mrs. Sarah Foster and baby, Steele Terry Johnson, city Burl Wilkerson, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. D. H. Wright, city Edward Morgan, Rfc. .3, city Mr. and Mrs. Jim Binkley of Holland. Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Ethel Sue, to to David Lawson McGee of Steele. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGee. The wedding will take place Christinas day at Assembly of God Church in Steele. The pastor, the Rev. Mr. Dickinson will read the ceremony. Miss Binkley is a graduate of Holland High School. Mr. McGee attended Steele High School and has just returned from two years service in the armed forces. Bits of News Prevcntative Measure Male members of the Ainu race, of northern Japan, have heavy natural mustaches and make use oi' fancy' mustache sticks at mealtime to prevent chewing them. Mrs. W. H. Robinson and son of Sikcsion were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Bill Slack. Mrs. l''r;uik Kilts and daughters ir'.urnt'd yt-.iit-relay from St. Louis where they .-pent the holichty week- cud visiting relatives. Mrs. Robert Lipscomb spent the woekfiul in Cupe Giniruoau visit* hit; ivLuivt's. M'.'ll Hrooks. III. returned to his home iu Memphis yesterday after- noim ai't'.T spptxiint; :he holidays ht'iv with his i;r;i!idpnreni5, Mr. and Mrs. J. Me!! Brooks. Miss JuanHu Overman, student at George PciUMdy College, and Miss Mnxine Ovenn:m, who is employed lit. BnpiU. Hospital in Little Rock, spent the uve.kend here visiting; tht'ir sisters. Misses Bernice and Cliff ie Overman ami Mrs. Leon Jones, and Mr. Junes. Miss Dot tie \Vhusel spent the holiday weekend in Sikeston visiting relatives. Bub Gordon, student nt Southern Baptist Hospital in Walnut Ridge, spent, the weekend here visiting his mother, Mrs. Nell Gordon. Mi-, and Mrs. Marvin Dilldine and Mr. and Mrs. Joe DilMine left- yesterday for South Carolina where l hoy will spend a ten-day vacation. Mrs. Poarl Hires returned yester- ! day from Union City. Term., where 1 she spent .two weeks visiting her j daughter. Mrs. J. W. Dunn and ' family. She was motored home by Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Atkinson who spent yesterday in the Dunn home. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cain spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Boh Kirslmer, Jr., i of Benvick, Maine, announce the birth of a daughter, Rohnna Lee, I Nov. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Kirshner ! also have a son, David Fairchild. j Mr. Kirshner is the son of Mr. and j Mrs. R. F. Kirshner of Blytheville. Mrs. Sam Hall. Mrs. J. W. Wiison and John Woods are in Darden, Term., where they were called due to the sudden death of their sister, Mrs. Jim Kolwyck. DOLEFUL DOVE—A mourning dovo that has a ri^ht to mourn is this one being held for the photographer at Silver Springs, Fla. The bird was mysteriously \v o J n c! t? d nnd grounded by n short twig, imbedded in its neck. The wound had healed around the twig so the dove has to RO through life with a chip on its shoulder. __ Hailstorms in the United States may cause several times as much damage as tornadoes during the year. WHAT'S HER LINE?—Circus strong Indy'.' Don't be fooled by the "strength" of sculptress Anita Wcschlcr as she lifts this large statue in her Greenwich Village studio in Ni.'w York. Made of new sculpturing material, fiber glass reinforced plastic, it weighs only 50 pounds. And that's not all. Material for "The Humanist," which in bronze would weigh 700 pounds and cost $2500, costs only $95. II was developed by n Toledo, Ohio, ghiss manufac'turer for usi,* in sports car bodies and boat hulls. Lucinda Slack Celebrates Fifth Birthday Lucinda Stock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slack, celebrated her fifth birthday Saturday when her mother invited 12 friends for a party. Pnvovs of Mexican luits, dull umbrellas and balloons were given to the children with refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream being, .served. Assisting Mrs. Slack in sewing were Mrs. Bill Banister and Mrs. W. H. Robinson of Sikeston, Colon Troubles? Hemorrhoids? ee Rook Shows Thousands Found Uelief: THEATRE On W. Main St. In lilytheville Phone 3-4621 I Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 . p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1 :0l) p.m '.st' potential health-wreckers are closely related. 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During the business session the following officers were elected: Faye Caldwell. president Kay- Rhodes, vice - president; Jeanette Prevost. secretary; Sharra Via. reporter and Donna Via, social chairman. Assisting Donna on the socta! committee will -be Betty Guthri:" and Joan Hurst. Following the meeting, hamburgers and iced drinks were served the group by their leader, Mrs. Gene Schultz. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature — AND — Q STYLE CHOICE — Picking suitable luggage for a trek to school involves good taste, plus a wise eye on a specific travel needs. New materials and methods mean that a gal has a wide selection from which to choose, all within her budget. Gals who love fluffy dresses and billowy crinolines deft) will need a travel garment 1 bag. Textures that go well with a college gal's clothing tastes are widely available. This young lady (center) is deciding between a molded Fiberglas suitcase and. a classic European-styled one. Time and porter fees (. right) can. be saved if a wheel and handle kit Js added to purchases. Coming Events TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Tri-Tou-ii 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 with Mrs. C. C. Smith. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Henry Humphrey. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchins. 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. 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