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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 20, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1954 - Society News - „ Ann Mnllnrv Snrinfv Kditor * Phon Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Thomas R. Sylvester Claims Miss McKinney As Bride Miss Mary Golda McKinney, daughter Of Mrs. Benjamin Slough of Fort Smith, ami Thomas Raleigh Sylvester, son o Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester of Blytheville, exchanged vows last Sunday afternoon at Grand Avenue Mcthodis Church in Fort Smith. The Rev. Charles B. Wyall, pas- suit on winch she pinned s. bronze tor of the church, officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with baskets of white mums and gladioli, candelabra holding cathedral tapers. Mrs. Leroy McKinney, ornanisi furnished wedding music including the traditional wedding marches and Miss Mary Lou Hillhouse, soloist, sang "Because," and "Until. 1 Miss Shirley Miller, maid of hon or, and Miss Janice McNeil, bridesmaid, were gowned identically graduated shades of blue taffeta and tulle. The strapless bodices were covered by short capes of matching blue lace with mandarin collars. The ballerina length skirts were bouffant and their headdresses were of lace over taffeta covered with lace flov.'ertets sprinkled with tiny rhinestones. They carried pink colonial bouquets. Gay Nell Sylvester of Oklahoma City, niece of the groom, served as flower girl and wore a pink tafteta dress with whit* organdy pinafore effect and a bandeau of pink feathered carnations. Brother Gives Bride The bride who was given in marriage by her brother. Leroy McKinney, wore a gown of white slipper satin, fashioned with fitted bodice and sleeves tapering to points at the wrists. The V-neck!ine both front and back was accented by a large rolled collar of satin covered with roKC- point lace, ornamented with tiny rhinestones and seed pearls. The full skirt was designed with a wide panel of rosepoint lace which tapered toward the waist. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a headdress of lace with lace leaves, outlined in seed pearls, across the top. She carried a colonial bouquet of tube roses centered with a white orchid. David Sylvester of Oklahoma City served his brother as best man. Walter Daves, Jv., of Hot Springs was groomsman and John Charles Mayflcld of Clarksville, cousin of the bride, and Billy Thelkeld and Danny Lee Thelkeld were ushers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs, Slough chose a powder blue faille Thanksgiving Dinner Given At Lone Oak Husbands were Ruesls li\M. nlRht when the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club held a Thanksgiving dinner at the club house .Special guests were the Rev. and Mrs. J. H, Richardson and Miss Snndrn Moore, Mrs. Leslie Moore presided over the business session when the meeting was opened with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Richardson. Officers elected were Mrs. Moore, president; Mrs. O. M. Mitchell, vice-president; Mrs. Glenn Alexander .secretary and treasurer; Mrs B E. Dflvts. reporter. A silver plater Intien with vegetables was the eye-opener anri a film on Washington, D. C., was shown by Leslie Moore. orchid. Mrs. Sylvester, mother of the bridegroom, wore a taupe satin dress with brown accessories and bronze orchid. Reception Given Following the wedding at the church Mr. and Mrs. Slough enler- tuined at a reception at thftir home. The bride's table covered with n white lace tablecloth over pink was centered with an elaborately frosted wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom In nn arch of pink roses. For traveling, the bride wore navy suit. The couple will make their home in Blytheville. Those from here who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, Miss Judy McCall and Allen Berry. School Masters Have Meeting At Holland HOLLAND—HolIand school wiw host for the monthly meeting of the 'School Master," Thursday night. School board members were guests of the organisation which Is made up of the superintendents and male teachers of Pcmlscot County. There were 38 present. The tables where the guests wnre seated were centered with horns of plenty holding liults imd vegetables set in a nest of autumn leaves. The peukers table was centered with L brightly colored turkey. A yellow mum butlonlcr was attached to the place cards, Norma Jo Jackson, Patty Wilfred. Shirley Rogers, Linda Jones, Joyce Bray and Phyllis Smith provided musical entertainment for the eve- Miss Goodrich Guest of Bridge Club GEO Club met at the home of Mrs. Robert r. Thompson Thursday night when she had as her Uiest Miss Vcra Goodrich of Knoxvillc, Tcnn. Bronf.e and yellow chrysanthe- nums were used in the cnlcrtaln- rooms and the packages were vrnppcd in brome. Winners In the bridge games vcrc Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr.. high, Irs. Johnson Black well, .second ttfh, and Mrs. Prank Scny. H'ldgo. Thrifty, Practical Apron Friday Club Conducts Game In Porter Home Holly leaves and chrysanthemums wqre used in the home of Mrs. R, A, Porter yesterday when she entertained the Friday Bridge Club \vith n (lossei 1-bridge. She had as her guest Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr. Winners in the bririRc names were Mrs. Purrls McCnlln. high. Mrs. Dob Logan, second high, and Mrs. Harman Taylor, brirtRO. Manila Couple Exchange To VowsNexl Month MANILA—The onuagt'infMU and approaching innrrlag<; of Miss Lucille Buck to Mnrm Harris is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Buck of Manila. Mr. Harris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Harris, also of Manila. Miss Buck is a graduate ol Manila High School where .she was outstanding in athletics and home <?r;o- noniics. She served as veteran's scc- retiiry in Manila prior to being employed In Washington, D. C., and atendlng Harding College, Searcy. Mr. Harris was graduated from Manila High School where he was an outstanding athlete and served three years In the Army, two of them In Germany. He IB attending Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Tlit wedding will be an event ol late December. Caruthersville News By SONNY SANDERS The Caruthersville Junior Chamber of Commerce met Tuesday niRht at their club house and amone things discussed was sponsorship of the Golden Gloves. Golden Glovers practice boxing Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ngihts at the club house. Final plans have been made for the Jaycec'a turkey shoot Sunday, Nov. 21, one mile west of CaruLh- crsville. The turkey fihoot will begin at 1:00 p.m. Sunday. The Caruthersville Chapter of the Order of DeMolay met Monday nig-lit at the Masonic Temple and •llscussed n basketball exhibition thai Is scheduled as a project In the near future. Full details o! the exhibition will be made public soon. The local DeMolay chapter wns represented at the dedication of H j icw Masonic Temple in Sikcston. A-f Mn., SivUmtny, Nov. 13. The Do-I 7 Xl Molays served as a honor guard during the panicle and later the DeMolay Choir sang In the now ,emple. The choir was directed by Edgar Ailor, musical instructor at the PortaRKVlllc, Mo., High School, The DrMolny Mother's Circle will sponsor a dance for the DcMoliiys lay night. Nov. 26, at the Wo- nan's Club building. Mrs. Leslie Hooper, who has been a patient In Chlckasawba Hospital, is now at her home. Bobby Orsburn and Miss Eliza' both Ann Stevens, students at the University of Mississippi, and Mish Hue Carol Ovsburn, a Htudcnt a1 Arkansas Slate, will be the week, end quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Orsburn.• Miss Melba Pryor Is spending the we<;kerid In Port Smith as RIIC.SI of Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt, Mi:;. 1 ; Pryor was motored to Memphis by her mother, Mrs. Paul Pryor. David Coocly of Memphis was tin: overnight uuesl of his mother, Mrs. Lucy Coody. Herbert Joy tier, who is cm- ployed in Louisiana. Mo., is the weekend guest of his family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hosp have as their guests over the Thanksgiving holidays Mrs. Hosp's brother, A. L. Chambers, and Mrs. Chambers, of Otis, Kans. Miss Sunshine Swift was called to llu.slon. La., Thursday due to the serious illness of Mrs. Beatrice Watson Swift. Mrs. Swift is the sister-in-law of Miss Swift, Those ;rom here who attended the Eastern Star Convention Little Rock were Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Mrs. E. H. Ford, Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon, Mrs. W. A. Holllngs- worth. Mrs. Frank Ellis, Mrs. Charles Graham, Mrs. Gus Ebert, Mrs. Best Stanton, Mrs. Earl Damon, Mis. Elbcrt Alley, Mrs. Chnrlcs Alford. Miss Carol Bailey of Little Rock is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Pvt. Bob Blodgett will arrive today from Fort Jackson, S.. C., to be the guest of his wife, Mrs. Winnibeth Blodgett, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blodgett. Pvt. Lloyd Hocott will arrive today from Houth Carolina to be the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hocott. Pvt. Gary Mason will arrive today Irom Port Jackson, S. C., to be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason. Following his furlough he will report to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Aberdeen, Md. Queens Elected School Carnival At a carnival held last night at hir HlRh School, Mirfs Sue Lol- was crowned queen of the Beacon WMA In Shanks Home Has Meeting The high school's Key Club, snon- orcd by KiWanis Club, la in charge if nil eye screening device at (he ichool. The mnchine. n lelctainocvi ar, was donated by the Caruthcrs lie Rotary Club. Its purpose is to chock the eyes ol 1 the students. Last year grade school children hud their eyes chocked. The Student. Activity Committee \t the high .school has revealed that noncy recently donated by the stu- lents wns u.srd to send Cure [tack- ages to Belgium, Israel, Korea, and I Austria. | Teddy Mrdlin spent the weekend j ere visiting with his parents and j friends. He Is a sophomore at Washington University in St.. Louis, Mo. In accordance with National Book] Week, each of the high schol classes j listened to n book review Tuesday j morning. Mrs. Dwight Moodie, librarian, made arrangements for the book reviews. Mrs. Morrell DeRelgn reviewed "Knchnnted Cup" for the seniors. Mrs. John White reviewed "Life Is Eternal" for the junior class. Mrs. Gerard Calllhan told the school. Miss Lolliir Is a junior, member of the basketball team, 13oLa club and Kler club. Misses SUP KhiK and Charlott Cotton were maids. Junior hlfih queen was Carolyn Cook and Donna Sue Via was grade school queen and Jack McKay was grade school kliiK. Miss Evans Becomes Bride Of Robert Faust MANILA — The wedding of Edith Virginia Evans and Robert Faust was an event at 4 p.m. October 23 in the chapel of Fountain Street Baptist Church of Grand Rapids, Mich. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Evans of Manila, and Mr. Faust is the son of Mrs. Fred Faust of Graham. N. C. Dr. Duncan Littlefalr performed the ceremony before a background ol Ivy and (cms. Music wss by Beverly Howerton. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white faille. Her fingertip veil of illusion uas held by a crown of pearls and she carried white fujli mums. MUs Phyllis Carlson was the bride's only attendant. Her full length gown was leaf green faille with a cummerbund. Best man was Gordon Plerpont of Charlotte, N.C. Thomas Friedrick and John Waunters were usheri. A reception was held at the home of Mrs. James Starr following the ceremony. For travel Mrs. Faust chose a v/ine and rose suit with rose and navy accessories. The couple li at home in Muskegan, Mich. Ladies Bible Class Meets At Church Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church met in Fellowship Hall yesterday afternoon when hostesses were Mrs. O, C. Ganske, Mrs. John Moore and Mrs. L. M. Burnett. Mrs. Burnett presided over the business session in absence of the president. Plans were made for a Christmas party to be held Dec. 10. A dinner and exchange of gifts will ae held at this time. The devotional was given by Mrs. Ganske and a the conclusion of the meeting refreshments of pumpkin pie and coffee were served. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Hex Kaslnger and baby, city Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. M. C. Cook and baby, city EvttUUe Forrest, city Mrs. Thomas Beaslcy, Steele Mrs. Gerald Hancock, city Wall* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Q. Elliott and baby city Tom Ray, city Mrs. K. W. Baker, city Mrs. William Boren, city - Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Honored Blytheville Shrine Club met at chop clublumse hist night for suev dinner with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 1. Mnlin nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Miuirice Sunders hosts. Follou'ing dinner club president, E. M. Holt, introduced Mr. and Mrs Tommy Sylvester, who were miiri'iful In Fort Smith last Sun- Coming Events day. and presented them with a gift. At (lie conclusion of the meeting. wives of members honored Mrs. Sylvester wlih a linen shower. .sophomores about "Cress Dolu- heaty" while Mrs. ,1. Thomas Markey reviewed "Forty Acres No Mule" for the freshmen. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lewis were Mrs. Bud Shanks was hostess to | in Memphis on a pleasure trip, members of Beacon Women's Mis- j Judge and Mrs. Sam J. Coibctt. sionary Association last night. j Sr,. spent Friday. Nov. 12. in The meeting was opened with i Memphis. Mrs. Corbett received' meets, prayers by Mrs. Fred Hodge and j medical eare there. j Mrs Mrs. Fred Hill. Mrs. Hill also con-i Mr. and Mrs. John Bay, Jr.. ducted the business session. j were in Memphis Sc. turd ay. Nov. Mimiliiy Executive Board of Christian Women's Fellowship meets at 10:30 a.m. followed by a 12 a.m. pollack luncheon. A general meeting will be held at 1 p.m. Trinity Baptist Circles meet. Circle Three meets with Mrs. Ri»'.*lwrd Robe 1 r son. Jewel Abor- natliy, Mrs. John Nelson. Evelyn Stanford with Mrs. Effie Gcans. 13. in order to see, the ico sho J. T. Winslow. ot the Mildred Matthew with Mrs. Bill 1 Boren at 7:30 and Marion Cook I and i with Mrs. Gean Pierce at 7:30. i i Tuesday \ Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. F. L. Wicker at 7:30; p.m. ; Country Club Bridge League' Je.sse Taylor entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. I Jettye Chiire Huffman hns : Box Office Opens 6:45 St ow Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature ( CIB Bridge Club, of i Mrs. A. O. Hallmah enter turns The Rev. J. J. Johnson taught the mission study and dismissed the group with prayer. Rttveshmcnts were served by.lhn, ---,-,-- - , ..., ,.~ -.„ hostess who was assisted by Mrs. j the week of Nov. 7-13. He assisted j nin Phi will have pledge ritual at Otis Colt-. Mrs. l.tiverne Owen and i the school In conducting a survey j Hole Noble in Colonial Room. Mr.s. James Hampton. ; of its facilities. 7:30 p.m. Education at Missouri University, j Ot'tave Club. \v»s i\t CiUulhersviUr Hi^h School | Alplin Delia Chapter of Rein Sin- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. (Wide Vision Screen) 8892 U-44 By Sue Burnett Just a yard of bright fabric makes it! A useful bib style apron for your own workaday wardrobe. Ideal, too, for gifts. Pattern No. 8892 is in sizes 14, 16, 18, 20: 40, 42, 44. Size 16, 1 yard of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send ,30c in COINS, your name, address. si?.e! desired, and the PATTERN NUM-j BEli to Sue Burnett, Blytheville I Courier News, 312 W. Qutncy' Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewlntf Ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. SUN.MON.TUES, Nov. 21-22-2;! BANNED IN MEMPHIS! COURIER NEWS BILLY BEALL • run, \». - OBINSON little Caesar WAINER IROS. 8E-KELEASI —AND— "VANISHING OUTPOST" Serial "Balmnn" No. 4 i And Cartoon SUN. & MON. Double Feature M-G-M priMiuiln COLOR I VAI1EY»"'» KINGS ROBERT TAYLOR-EI.F.ANOR BKKFR .amos THOMPSON —AND— BOGUS Bums J1EIKO NEWS EASTERN STAB OFFICER — Gus Eberdt was elected associate Grand Patron at the Eastern Star Convention in Little Rock last night. He was installed by Mrs. Orln Green of Manila. Worthy Grand Matron, and Owen Joyner of Helena, Worthy Grand Patron. Mrs. Poetz Entertains Contract Club Mrs. G. O. Poetz entertained the Friday Contract Club with a dessert- bridge yesterday. She had as her guest Mrs. S. C. Owens. Yellow chrysanthemums were used to center the tables and throughout the entertaining rooms. Winners In bridge games were Mrs. Doyle Henderson, high, Mrs. Poetz, second high, and Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker, bridge. Vendredi Bridge Hub Has Meeting Members of the Vendredi Bridge slub met at the home of Mrs. Hank Dodd last night when guests were Mrs. John Perkins and Mrs. Randal Hawks. Mrs. Hawks won high in the bridge games, Mrs. George Anderson won second high and bridgo OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* Nelle Starr Mrs. D .E. Young invited 24 guests to a picture show party to honor her small daughter, Lee, on her birthday. The children went to Lee's home for ice cream and birthday 6ake following the show. Mrs. Lyn Weinberg spent several days with her brother, Warren Weinberg, who is & student at Vanderbilt. Miss Joanne Cullom will arrive home Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Jr. Miss Cullom is a Junior at VanderbfU this year. Mrs. J. A. P. White entertained her club Tuesday night with a hamburger supper. Mrs. Dale Baron played cards with her sister's club. Mrs. J. W. Whitworth entertained three tables of canasta Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Whitworth invited her guests to the Methodist Hobby Lobby snack bar for pie and coffee after which she took them to her home where tables were set for an afternoon of cards. Arrangements of red mums were placed around the living romo. In the games of canasta, Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf won high score, Mrs. Ed Bowles, low and bridge was awarded to Mrs. Bob Cromer. The Episcopal Church Auxiliary met Wednesday with Mrs. Jim Hyatt. Mrs. Charlie Lowrance, president, presided at the meeting. Mrs. W. E. Hunt had charge of the program. Her topic was 'How to Become a Christian." Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oliver of Arlington, Va., stopped over in Osceola for a brief visit with Mrs. Oliver's mother, Mrs. Harry CoW- an, and her brother, Aubrey Cowan. The Olivers were ..enroute to Tulsa, Okla.. where Mr. Oliver will attend to business for the next month. Mrs. H. J. Levenstein was hostess to the Widows Pitch Club at her home Thursday night. Additional guests were Mrs. Ely Driver, Mrs. George Doyle, Mrs. Bob :romer, and Mrs: Bettye Nelle was awarded Mrs. Frank Hall. At the conclusion of the games dessert course was served . YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE; SUN. and HON.-Nov. 21-22 II THE DUST" —In Technicolor— Starring Sterling HAYDEN Coleen GRAY AIR CONDITIONED «Y REFRIGERATION Listen lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tor Rltz i Roxj Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program PLUS CARTOON "OILY BIRD" SUNDAY and MONDAY HERBERT J. VATES presents JOAN CRAWFORD as the woman who loves Ml lOW • If* .Mil • (S1!!I KKMM • m UlUSi* lam nn * pun* tww • ku K w IM k wr ami DM bf HWS W • » MfWUt MtlMt Paramount News & Cartoon ui!*itc.ied Bunny" Starr. Cherry tarts, topped with ice cream, and coffee were served upon arrival of Mrs. Levcnstein's guests. Mrs. A. F. Williams won high club score and Mrs. Cromer high guest score. Mrs. Sam Coble is visiting her granddaughter, Miss Joanne Laney, and her sister, Mrs. Jolin Moran, in Memphis. Mrs. Jesse Cramer attended the banquet at the Peabody Thursday given by the Forrest City district of the Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs. E. C. (Took) Gathings, who was the guest speaker, spoke on "Comics' Influence on Children." Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell and children of Chicago, arrived in town Thursday to be with Mrs. Campbell's mother and grandmother, Mrs. Madeline Campbell, and Mrs. W. B. Flanigan, through Thanksgiving. Prewitt Semmes, of Detroit, spent several days in Osceola visiting his sister, Mrs. E. S. Perrin, and Mrs. Semmes' brother, Chester Danehower. Joining the family gathering during Mr. Semmes' visit were his sisters. Mrs. Mary Martin and Mrs. Spencer Gibson of Mellwood. Mrs. W. V. Alexander, a niece of Mr. Semmes, had a family dinner at her home Wednesday night for her rel- tives. Mrs. Martin divided her visit with Mrs. P. J. Semmes and Mrs. Maggie Barbier-. Capt. E. A. Hook was an overnight guest Wednesday of his mother. Mrs. J. H. Hook. Capt. Hook was en route to his base at Murfreesboro. Tenn., after completing a three-month course in advanced helicopter training in Texas. Mrs. T. L. Hudson invited as her guests to play with members of her bridge club Mis. John B. White, Mrs. Allan Segraves, Mrs. R. L. Houck and Mrs. Leonard Ellison. The party was given Wednesday afternoon at the 50 Club. Mince meat pie and coffee were served. MOX -THEATRE- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., gun. 1 -.00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen SATURDAY Double Feature SUSWI illWifl. htuf^Ui », mWRO ktUHAlM « FUNX mj«NI • Jwj b, H,!*) ;| bale Swrdoj. idiftil fro 1st tee*. "Ihl fifd B«(t" - tra&ai ty IRVING AILEN V4 Kflt i uoccaj • KTKirt tr rmfia mm Cartoon & £SeriaI . If (II ^7 OWL SHOW TONIGHT! MARK STEVENS Jatft Sfeufe ••» BOR01HV MALONC Cartoon & Serial Sun., & Mnn. 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