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PAGE FOU» BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 80, 1958 - Society News - ,- A ^- »!,. H AM . GswiiAt-v EMifnr * PttC Millit Ann Mallory. Society Editor Phone 3-4-161 Breakfast at Rustic Inn Honors Miss Pryor, Miss Richardson A breakfast at the Rustic Inn Monday morning honored brides-elect Miss Melba Pryor and Miss Eloise Richardson. The affair was given by Miss . Bernard Gooch Shirley King, Mrs. Glenn Teague, Mrs. Chris Martin, Mrs. Harold Doyle and Mrs. Elmer Norman. , The table centerpiece was made of pink baby chrysanthemums accented with frosted wedding bells. Corsages of white Fugil chrysanthemums were given the honorees. These corsages were interspersed with miniature white Bibles and wedding rings. Mrs. Oliver Richardson and Mrs. Paul Pryor, mothers of the brides- elect, were special guests and were chrysanthemum cor- „„„ „. ~ bon-bon dishes were given to Miss Pryor and Miss Richardson by their hostesses. Tailored two piece suits were worn by the honorees with Miss Pryor being dressed in brown and Miss Richardson in black. also given sages. Gifts of China Honored by Bridge League Preceding the weekly meeting of the B!ythevil!e Country Club Bridge League last night Bernard Gooch, .a member of the league, was honored with a surprise birthday party. In the six-table Howell movement played during the evening, Mrs. 0. W. McCwchen and Mrs. Henry Humphreys won first place with second going to Mr. Gooch and Harry \V. Haines. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mr?. R. P. Kirshner capmred third place. Bits of News i onaf \ Miss Mary Louise Scrape Honored With Miscellaneous Shower Here Mrs. Bill Cable, Mrs. C. B. Klene, Mrs. Luther Thompson, Mrs. Jerry Scrape and Mrs. J. F. Scrape were hostesses last night with a miscellaneous shower al the Rustic Inn complimenting Miss Mary Louise Scrape, bride-elect of Joe Shanks. 'A yellow and white color scheme was used to decorate the entertaining room with the U-shaped table, where guests were served pie and coffee, being centered with a large arrangement of yellow chrj'santhe- mums. Alternated the length of the table were budvases of yellow and white chrysanthemums. The bride-elect wore a blue taffeta party frock featuring a bouffant skirt and scooped neckline. Her ac- cessories were in black and she Sandra Baughmiin, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Baughmsn. is a patient in Le Bonheu Hospital in Memphis. She is in Room 119 BT, 2 George Anderson ,son oi Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson, arrived here Nov. 18 for a 30-day leave with his parents. He has just returned from a six-month tout- ot duty in the Pacific aboard the USS Buck. Mrs. John Anderson and son Da- i rid returned to their home in Hoi' Springs yesterday after a two-week visit here with relatives. Mrs. An-. (ierson's husband, Pvt. John Anderson, is taking part in Operation. Sagebrush at Port Polk, La. i Mrs. W. L. Homer, -Mrs. E. W.' Kirby, Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mrs. Riley Jones will leave Saturday for Louisville, Ky.. where they wit! board ihc Theater Train for New York. In New York they will attend "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter." "The Desk Set," "The Vamp." "The Chalk Garden," and "The Diary of Ann ] Frank." Mrs. W. D. Chamblin is spending several da;-s in New Orleans, La. Mrs. F. E. Black will return loda. 1 . from St. Louis where she has been- visiting her sisters. Mrs. Roy Har- [ per and Mrs. Bill Robinson. EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul Tensink are shown al the reception given in their honor following their marriage Nov. 18 in Holland, Mich. Mrs. Teusink is the former Miss Dillie June Veach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kaydo Veach of Blytheville. .Mr. Teusink is the son of Elmer Teusink and the late Mrs. Teusink of Holland. Miss Dillie June Veach Speaks Vows With Robert Teusink in Michigan In a ceremony solemnized Nov. 18 at Central Park Reform Church in Holland. Mich., Miss Dillie June Veach, daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. Raydo Veach of Blytheville, became the bride of Robert Paul Teusink, son of Elmer Teusink and the late Mrs. Teusink of Holland. Make It From A Yard Sue Burnett Here's thrifty sewing for you. A practical bib style apron that requires just a yard of colorful fabric lit the..smaller sixes. Pattern No. K>n is in sizes 12. 14 16, 18. 20; 40, 42. ize 14, 1 yard ot 39-inch. For this pattern, send 3oc in COINS, your name, address, sue desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllln Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. III. Send 25 cents now [or your coyp ot the new Fall & Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION'. Colorful, excitiiiR, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for ail ages. [presented a corsage of yellow and white chrysanthemums. The hostesses also presented her a linen tablecloth and matching napkins. Mrs. Otto Scrape and Mrs. Joseph Shanks, mothers of the engaged cou- | pie, were special guests and , p.lso received gift corsages. Mrs. Mary Jane Scrape, grandmother of the honoree, was also a special guest. In party games played during the evening. Mrs. Jim Burks and Mrs. Whitney Morgan jr., were winners. Defl Circle Has Mission Study at Church DELL—Jewel Abernathy Circle of Dell Baptist Church met at the church Monday to complete their mission study, "World within a ^Vorld." 1 The meeting was opened with group singing and prayer by Mrs. Jesse Holcomb. Mrs. Dflve Keltner presented, the devotional alter which a brief business session was conducted. The mission book was taught by Mrs. J. A. Hal-din and Mrs. Will Morgan led the dismissal prayer. Coming Events 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. TUURSIUV 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 Nueva Club meeting with Mrs Ben Mao White. Thursday Club meeting wilh Mrs. J. E. Dicks. FRIDAY Chapter N PEO meeting at home ot Mrs. C. M. Smart lor 1 p.m. luncheon. Mis. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. J. W. Adams are co-hoslrss Friday Club meeting with Mrs. S. E Tune. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting The word typhoon is said to have come trom the Chinese "taifung." mciininR "great wind.' ' Tuesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Two of the weekly Tuesday bridge clubs conducted games yesterday. Mrs. Jesse Taylor was hostess to members of Tuesday Bridge Club along With three guests. Mrs. Bancroft Terry, Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker nd Mrs. "Siegbert Jiedel. Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. Terry won high scores. A dessert course preceded the games. AH members were present when CIB Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., for a tlesse it-bridge. The Imstnss decorated entertaining rooms of her home in keeping j with the approaching Christinas j holiday season. [ Mrs. Elwood Deen won high in; The ceremony was performed by , the Rev. Ralph M. Meaning. ! Vows were exchanged before a j background o£ greenery, white chry- j simthmums and white tapers. j Nuptial music was provided by j Mrs. Leon Sandy and .Marianne Teu- ' sink, sister of the groom. Mrs. Clifford Veach. sister-in-law of the bride, served as matron of honor and only feminine attendant. She wore a ballerina length gown of blue net over satin. The bodice was of silver satin. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white acetate nylon over white satin. The bodice was ol white French lace with tapering sleeves. She carried a white Bible topr^d with white chrysanthemums. Her only ornament was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. Elmer Don Teusink- brother of the groom, served as best man with Carl Dostfe and Tom Van Putten, cousin of the groom, serving as ushers. the bridge games. Mrs, W. H O'Keefe, second high, and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, bridgo. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission l.'ic & 35c At All Times WED. &THI.IRS. Double Feature THr __ AND — .•POT, "E SUPREME lilESI * DVENTURE OF OUR TIME! Oirloon "Milky Waif* NOW! Maytag Automatic Washer on Wheels! MOVE IT ANYWHERE I NO PLUMBING NEEDED! (uttachtt •on'/)' to Ir(Ichurl link or baf/iroom fixtui <*) Enjoy wonderful Maytag automatic washing even in small, temporary or rented housing. Now you can get the full-size automatic Maytag without permanent or expensive plumbing. Needs only hose atUchmcnt. MOVE your Maytag anywhere with these heavy-duty lock casters. Just wheel it to a sink to wash. Only th« Maytag Automatic has double-spin tvb*t UM> ton water tool "W« Scrric* What We Sell" Adams Appliance Co., Inc. 206 - 208 W. Main Phone 2-2701 THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blylheville Phone 3-IB21 Weekdays Show Starts 7:0(1 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature "PITFALL" With Dirk I'owcll — AND — "Every Girl Should Be Married" With Cary Grant ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature >t ivo wwo ncwnv v — AND — II" This Is Your Army" ALSO CARTOON Following the ceremony a reception \vas held in the church dining room with members of the Ladies Aid society of the church serving as reception assistants. Mrs. Veach greeted guests at the reception wearing a black and grey dress featuring a pearl beaded bodice. She wore black accessories and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. The couple left on a northern wed- riins trip and are now making their home at 1291 West 32nd Street in Holland. Miss Gifford Complimented With Shower Miss Sarah Gifford was complimented with » bridal linen shower Monday nlglu at the Rustic Inn. §he is the bride-elect of Robert Roy Wilson ot Cheyenne, Wyo. Hostesses were Miss Marietta Harrington and Mrs. Elbert Reddick. In party games played during the evening, Miss Barbara Carter was winner. A novelty corsage was presented the bride-elect, who was dressed for the occasion in a brown faille party dress with matching accessories. Mrs. J. H. Maudin, mother of the honoree. was a special guest. Party foods were served by the hostesses. WILSON NEWS Mrs. James Cobb entertained members of the Unice Circle of the Women's, Missionary Union at her home Monday night. The meeting was opened with prayer led by Mrs. Charles Left- j wich. Mrs. Nancy Koch was in charge of the program on Korea and was assisted by Mrs. Stanley Pierce and Dorothy Dobson. Mrs. O, W Smith gave the devo- ' tional. Mrs. Jim McCullar. W. M. U. president, visited with circle members and Mrs. Jim Germany \ was welcomed as A new member. [ During the social hour games I were played by the group and | prizes were awarded Mrs. Ruben 1 Ward and Mrs. Edsel Chapman. home. Miss Jean Oreenwcll, student at Baylor, returned to school Monday after having spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenwell. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wheeler of Peru, Ind.. Mrs. Roy Pace and son Lee and Richard A. wheeler. St., of Marion, Ind., Mrs. Anne Driver of Osceola and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driver. Jr.. and sons of Turrell were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wheeler and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cummings. Calvary BWC • Completes Mission Study Business Women's Circles of C»l- vary Baptist Church met at the church lust night to complete tht mission study book, "World within a World." Mrs J. W. Rambo taught tin with Mrs. Janie Ross and H. J. Pondren leading In prayer. During the social hour refreshments of cake and coffee weri served. Jr., and son of Lexington Park, Md., visiied last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jones and son Terry Joe visited Mr. and Mrs. Oil- lard Green In Byhalia and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Stubblefleld in Blue Mountain, Mist., recently. Mrs. Amon R. Bowie and chil- nT T<MiirRniIF N M SSSKV-XLSSTj£M -Sof^£,n Ma — book Public Patience . ., having spent several days here last week with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nash and son. Miss Carole Whitaker and Olan Burns returned to the University of Arkansas after having spent the holidays here with relatives. Bill Thompson, Bill Joe McAfee, Billy Rankin and Geraldine Bufkin returned to Arkansas State College after having spent the holidsy here day. witht heir parents. | Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Chism and Prank Keel. Arxansas State stu- i family visited relatives near St. dent, visited his sister. Mrs. J. N. j Louis during the Thanksgiving hol- Crenshaw. here Sunday and Mon-1 idays. a public servant "in that he must be more patient and careful than the average driver and must hold his temper" District Judge O. A. McPherson ruled. He dismissed a $5.000 damage suit brought by a bus driver against a motorist following a fight between the two. At the Hospitals Blythenlle Hospital Dismissed: Henry Holt, city Mrs. Percy Cro\ve, Steele Rowe F. Walker, Manila Dr. W. M.' Owens, city Chk-kasawba Hospital Dismissed: Carield Seals ,city Edgar Posey, city Mrs. James Hart, Steele Mrs. Rose Lone, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Roosevelt Savage, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Ed Williams, Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs. Robert Gumming and] Mrs. Alma Harnden attended the j Grand Chapter OES meeting; in j Little Rock several days last week ' Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Pierce ofi West Memphis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Forrester an- j nounce the birth of a daughter j Wednesday night at Osceola Memo-! rial Hospital. The baby has been named Jan Lee. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chapman' of Wynne were weekend guests of' Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Chapman. ' A '3c and Mrs. John Ed Ward of Kansas City, Mo., were weekend i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Ward ' and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lanum. i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and • children of Peoria, Til., spent the holiday week with his parents. Mr. • and Mrs. John Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Orgil Cozart and children of Tiptonville, Tenn., were guest? Thanksgiving day in the Brown Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Edwards Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rozy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY "A fine film . a gem I" —Life • IteCHKftNCASTCR piesenti MARTY ERNEST BORGNINE . .M BETSY BLAIR ., \ tm >a sow.il) t> PACK CKAitism ml tixaa it mm HEW 'L Re:sase<f !br u united 4r[<s(t PLUS SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find Your Name In Our Ad And Be Our Guest to See "The McConnell Story" THE GIRL WiTH THE LAUGHING EYES AND THE GUY WHO WROTE HIST9J*' IN THE SKIES! ,_ JUMl fllLYSOM Tht inn siory otAmtnct'i Urtl Triplt Jtl Act! 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