The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 24, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COOTIES NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 24, 1945 - Society News - e Ann MaJlory. Society Editor ' Phur Mist Millie Ann Mallory, Phone 8-4461 THANKSGIVING TKEAT — This young fellow pictured above will be seen on many a Blythevllle table tomorrow but not quite In the aristocratic way he Is here. Thanksgiving To Be Holiday For Blytheville Residents By MILLIE ANN MALLORY Courier Newi Society Editor Tomorrow, the day of Thanksgiving, will be celebrated by Blytheville residents as they entertain guests in their homo ind leave town to visit surrounding towns. Before they sit down to give thanks and look upon a bountiful •upply of turkey, dressing, cran,- berry SHUCC and pumpkin pie. let's take a look and see where everyone will be, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich will have as her guetss Mr. and Mrs, John M. Thomas and Miss Vera Goodrich of Knoxvllle, Tenn,. and Bobby Goodrich of Oak Ridge, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. WJmberly will have , as their guests their daughter, Miss Allene Wlmberly, a student at Southwestern in Memphis, and Jim Elder of Memphis. Journeying to Jackson, Tenn., will be Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray »nd Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ray vhere they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blnnkenshlp. Donald Gentry, n student nt the and brother, .Jimmy, of Clarendon and another brother, Jack Miller, Mrs. Miller and family of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold nre spending the weekend in Newport as guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Aldon Plmey of Benlon, Mo., will be the guests of Mr. mid Thanksgiving Dinner Given In Reeves Home Fldelis etnas of First Church hold n Thanksgiving dinner 11 the name- of Mr. find Mrs. W. O. Reeves Mondfiy night. Husbands of (lie group and Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner were .special guests. Chrysanthemums and miniature turkeys were used lo decorate the home. Stockton I Mrs. ft° oerl Wade pave the devotional and tin- remainder of the evening was spent informally. Mrs. Floyd Simpson. Hack from School University of Arkansas, will be the guest of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Gentry, and Mr. and tnclr s Mrs. C, Modinger have as their I ij n tvei'; guest Mrs. A. B. Simon of New' Orleans, La. Jerry Berry, a student at University will be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, and will have as his guests Charles and Dick NSblock o! Denver, Colo. To St. Louis Shirley King of Harrison will be the p,uesl of her parents. Mr, and Mrs. Fletcher King, and Larry Lutes, a student at the University, will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lutes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lindsey and daughter. Linda .Joy, will be in Hebfir Springs visiting Mrs. Lindsey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snider. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Boyd will journey to Oxford, Miss., to visit their son. Howell. and attend the ilversUy o! Mis sippi State football game | Eating turkey in Jonesborn you lnc will find Mr. Country Club Bridge League Conducts Game Country Club Duplicate Bridge League I'ondurled n five-table- How- ' ell movement last night. \ Winners weir Mrs. F. E. Black and i f n «,i| V Mrs. o. W. M-'Ciitrhcon. first with I M,; t 6(14 points, and Mi^. Eugenia Jr>n- klns and'Mrs, Ruth Fender, second i with (i:i points. I In third plntre were Mrs. Eli/a- Miui Ellse Moore is 111 at her home on Walnut Street. Mrs. E. P. Hardtn was in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. D. K. BonduranL has returned lo her homu in Fort Worth, Tex., afwr having spent several days here visiting her sister, Mrs, Philip Applebaum, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Harvison, Albert Smothers and Bobbie Jean Harv^on have returned from St. Louis where they visited Mr. and 1 Mrs. Woodrow Rlggs. / Miss Sunshine Swift has returned from Huston, La., where she was called due to the illness and death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Beatrice Watson Swift. The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Eggen- .spergcr will return home today from Clarksville, Ark., where they have been visiting. Joe Hughes Is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Gentry of 685 Coronndo Avc,, Long Beach, Calif., announce the birth of a daughter, Nov. 2. The baby has been nainwiJ Dcnein Sherree, Mr. Gentry the son of Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Gentry of this city. H. G. McHaffey is critically ill in Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. C. Johnsen. who recently wrote a song poem, "Ship of Dreams," has received word her song is under contract and will be published soon. Member* of the Order of Eastern Star of the 18th district who were elected and appointed at the Grand Session In Little Rock last week were Mrs. -Katherine S. Green of Manila, Worthy Grand Matron, Gus Eberdt of Blytheville, Worthy Grand Pati'on; Mrs. Mattie Shippen of Osceola, Grand Chaplain; Mrs. Leon Barr of Forrest City, Grand Esther; Mrs. Virginia Campbell of Manila, Grand Martha; Mrs. Ann Stlckmon of Blytheville, committee of education loan fund; Mrs. Ora Owens of Wilson, mom of grand chapter; Mrs. Lillian Alford of Blytheville .served on election board. Second Lt. Russell Phillips, Jr., who received his wings and commission in the United States Marine Air Force at Ellyson Field. Pen- Fin., is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Philips. Rupert Martin Crafton, a student at the University of Arkansas, Is Jie holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Cvaften, He Baptist j W ill havr as his guest over the weekend Miss Rosemary Melton of Lone Oak. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ward, III. of Fort Smith were the guests of Mr. nncl Mrs. Dale. B, Dunlnp yesterday enroutc to Culver. Ind., to visit relatives. Harmon Cook a student at the University of Mississippi, is the holiday Rtioat of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cook. , Mrs. H. N. Swearengen, Sr., and Miss Bobbye Jean Byrd will leave tomorrow afternoon for Columbia. Mo,, to visit Miss Fmiidale Swenrcn- RCMI. a .student at Stephens College. Mr. and Mrs. Thurnian Rowlett, ] Jr., will spend the holiday weekend in Comvay as puest of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Rowlett. Sr. Mrs. C. W. Ramey is spending the holiday In Comvay with her daught- ' Mrs. Alfred Todd Gary, and, Mrs. Sylvester Honored With MorningPartyatChristianChurch Mrs. Thomas Raleigh Sylvester, a recent bride, was complimented yesterday morning when Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester entertained at the Christian Church in the social hall. A outwork Madcria cloth overlaid the table and was centered with white chrysanthemums in a silver bowl and white tapers In silver candelibri. Other fall flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms of the church. Presiding at the table were Miss Barbara Smith, Mrs. Leon Burns, Mrs. Harold Doyle, Mrs. R. A. Copeland, Mrs. N. W. Kyle, Mrs. H. R. Alken and Mrs. Charles Graham. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe provided musical selections throughout the morn- Ing. Mrs. Sylvester chose for the oe- cassion a taupe faille dress with brown accessories and pinned a white chrysanthemum corsage, backed with white velvet leaves and brown maline and tied with brown satin streamer!, at her shoulder. Trinity Baptist Circles Have Study Trinity Baptist Circles met In homes of members this week. Jewel Abernathy Circle met with Mra. John Nelson with nine members present. Repeating of watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. John Buchanan, Mrs. R. C. Benefleld gave the devotional .nd Mrs. Buchanan the mission study. Mrs. R. W. Woolen dismissed the group with prayer. Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs. Effie Geans "With nine members and one new member, Mrs. J. D. Adklns, and Ihree visitors present. Members repeating the watchword opened the meeting and Mrs. E. C. Parks gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Harvey Parrlsh conducted the business and the devo- :lonal was given by Mrs. Herman Adair. Mission study was taught by Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mrs. Preston Thorn dismissed the group. Circle Three met with Mrs. Richard Robeson with eight members I one new member, Mrs. Clark Hinton, present. The group repeating the watchword opened the meeting and the devotional was given by Mrs. W. A. Williams. Mrs. C. G. Lovell gavt the opening prayer and Mrs. A. L. Richardson conducted the business and dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Bill Crocker taught the mission study. Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Bill Boren with 14 members and three guests present. Mrs) Elnora Swafford opened the meeting wtih prayer and Mrs. Ernest Walker conducted the business session. Mrs. Boren gave the devotional and Mrs. L. D. Marr the mission study. Mrs. Jack Christie dismissed the group. Marion Cook Circle met with Mrs. Gene Pierce with nine members present. Repeating of watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. Cook. The devotional was given by Miss Donna Bohannon and Mrs. Idell Lowe taught the mission study and dissmlssed the group with prayer. Annie Armstrong Circle met with Mrs. P. L. Wicker with six members present. Mrs. Agnes Van Cleve opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Lucy Koontz. Mrs. C. S. Birmingham dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Dunlap Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. Dale Dunlap entertained the Petite Club at Hotel Noble yesterday afternoon wjien she had as hi guests Mrs. J. E. Stevenson an Mrs. J. M. Williams. Red and white carnations budvases were used to center the in dividual tables. Winners In the bridge games wer Mrs. P. E. utley, high, Mrs. Ste' enson, second high, and Mrs. A- 1 McManus, bridge. Mrs. Duclos Guest of Huffman YWA Huffman Young Women's Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Billy Ray Monday night with ten members present. Patty Hughes gave the devotional and Cora Mae McDaniel was In charge of the program. Mrs. Rosa Lee Duclos, a guest of the group, taught the mission study. Those taking parts on the program were Maxinc Nelson. Marie Moore, Oeraldlne Hatchell, Barbara Hughes find Betty Matheney. Sentence prayer dismissed the group. GO ABROAD—Mrs. Carl B. Ledbetter and daughter, Brenda, left San Francisco, Calif., Friday for Tokyo, Japan, to join their husband and father, Airman 1/c Carl B. Ledbetter, who has been stationed in Japan for the past five months. While in California, Mrs. Ledbetter and daughter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Book and son. Mrs. Lutes Honored by Birthday Club Mrs. Cliarley Lutes was guest of honor last night when Mrs. Phil-' lip Applebaum entertained the 0 and N Birthday Club at her home. Guests o( the group were Mrs. Eunice Young and Mrs. Hansky Mitchell. The table where the guests were seated for dinner was overlaid with a outwork linen cloth and centered with a cornucopia holding fruits. White tapers in silver candlelabra flanked tills. Gladioli, frails and other Thanksgiving decorations were used in the other entertaining rooms. Following dinner the group spent the evening informally and Mrs. Lutes was presented with a gift. At The Hospitals Chickasaivba Hospital Mrs. I. A. Harrison, city Mrs. Bill Kennedy and baby, city Vera Lee Black and baby, city Mary Noe. city Mrs. Thomas Hovper, city Mrs. Anderson Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Jr., wa honored Monday night with a lay ette shower by Mrs. Estes White There were 15 present. Fall flowers were used to deco rate the home. Winners In the game were Miss Ellen Reed and Mrs. C A. Vincent. At the conclusion of the game the hostess served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and •on, Louis, are spending the holidays in St. Louis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Jr., and family. Mrs. R. 0. Fowler of St. Louis Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Alice Womack, and her sister, Mrs. R. C. Allen. Clinton Zimmerman and family of Memphis will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Aplpebaum. Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Hallman and children will be in Atlanta, Oa., to see Mr. Mailman's brother, M/Sgt. Harold Kirby, who has tbrree-year tour of duty in Germany. Nita Rose Hall, a student at the University of Arkansas, and Charles Hall, a student at Hendrix College, will be the holiday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Hall. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon are in RussellvllJe where they are the guests of Mrs. W. F. Coolej and children. In Memphis you will find Mr and Mrs. R. A. Berryman and their houseguest, Mrs. Lynn Smith of Caruthersville, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sam Berryman and family. From Memphis here visiting will b« Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Taylor and children as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe. Edward Roberts will spend tomorrow in Covington, Tenn., as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Roberts. From Little Rock Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Burton and daughter of Little Rock will be the juests of Mrs, Burton's mother, Mrs. Amelia Long, and her sister, Miss Margaret Long. M/Sgt. and Mrs. A. W. Moore and children of Florida are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saliba of Osceola and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cude of Leacnvllle wil) be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Guard will be In Memphis ait guests of their daughter, Mrs. James Rois, Mr. Rest and children. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Welch have an their guests Mrs. Welch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam G. Miller, IK) Mrs. Paul Ma-| A/f n rr/SlO/> f //Y>/7 f/»f lion, who will be visiting Mr. nnd trJLltr I lilJi^L J-JlCCtljtJ Mrs. C. B. Mahon, and Miss Mnr- of Michigan the tha Williams of Michigan City, Ind.. will be the guest of Mrs. Shirley Hipp and Mrs. I. L. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory .and daughters will be In Rlsco, Mo., to visit Mrs. Mallory's sister. Mrs. Gas ton Brown, Mr. Brown and family. They will be accompanied by Mrs. Mallory's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Cast man. Mrs. Jim Johnson of North Little Rock has been visiting her son. the Rev. John J: Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson,, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson of the same city will arrive tonight to be their guests. Mrs. Johnson Will accompany them home. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lunsford and children of Memphis will be the guests of Mrs. J_ E. Lunsford nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Moore. Mis. Rupert Crafton and Mrs. T. j P. Martin of Dell spent yesterday! in Memphis. j C. T. Smith Is now at his home' on 808 Clark after having been a patient, in Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Mrs. Rnbprt Lowe and son, Bobby, i of Vicksburfi, Miss., will arrive to- i day to be the guests of Mrs. Lowe's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Work- The following couples have receiv- man. cd a tmirrinu*' limise from the conn- Those from Blytheville who will ty clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe leave tomorrow to attend the wedd- Parker. (ing of Russell Phillips, Jr., and Miss John L. Wall. Jr . of Kennelt nnd ; Ann Albright in Little Rock will be Jo Ann Trlrschtmiim of Blylhcville.' Mr. «"rt Mrs. Bernard Oooch, Mr. Richard Russell Phillips'ot Bly- j nnd Mrs. Charles Crlgger, III, and thevillc and Surah Ann Albright of j Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. IVfi Little Roi-k. and Mrs. Vance Alexander. Ill, and children and Miss Patty Knight of Selmcr. Tenn., also will attend the wedding. Chief Warrant Officer Hcrmnn Cross Posey of Fort Sill, Okla. Is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Posey Sr. Tuesday Bridge Club Has Meeting Members of the Tuesday Bridg Club met at the home of Mrs. Jess Taylor for a dessert-bridge- Guesl were Mrs. Herman Taylor, Mrs. L E. Old and Mrs. J. L. Cherry. Yellow chrysanthemums were us eel to decora te the entertainin rooms of the home. = YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE & Coming Events Thursiljiy Cotillion Club huvniR Thnnksgiv ing- Tea-Danrtv Country Club having ''Open House'" noon to midnight. Rchrni'.sal dinner for Triesch- mann-Wiill wedding at home of Mr and Airs. Russell C. Parr. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for llltx & Boxy Prof ram Announcements LAST TIMES TONIGHT fW^sfvo*™ A REPUBLIC PICTURE Starring VERA RALSTON FORREST TUCKER PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission I5c & 35c At All Times WED., & THURS. Double Fcalure —AND— norm Cartoon "Puppy Talc" Wed. Fri. » Thurs. 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