The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 3, 1954
Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, MM - Society News — _ A_- Mnllnvu Snciotv RHitnr • Pho Mise Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Crystal-Kitchen Shower Given At Rustic Inn for Miss Hill A crystal-kitchen shower was given at the Rustic Inn last night for Miss Maxine Hill, who will become the bride of William H. Stancil, Jr., Dec. 19. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Freddie Joe Robert and Miss Nora Simpson. The Christmas theme wns carried out in the decorations with the center of attraction being a table overlaid with a cutwork linen cloth and holding red gladioli in a silver pitcher and green tapers in star candle holders. The table on which the Rifts were placed was centered with silvered greenery and berries. Miniature wreaths lied with red ribbon and bells were used as place cards for the bunco games. Miss Hill wore a black knit .sui with jeweled collar and black ac cessorles. She was presented witi a novelty corsage of mixing spoon and Christmas baubles. Winners in the games were Mis: Hill, hl(!h, Miss Melba Hill, sccom high, and Mrs. Tommy Westbrook bunco. Miss Watkins to Become Bride Of]. Daniel Wade This Month Mr and Mrs. R. E. Watkins of Noblesville, Ind., todaj announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss LaNell Wat kins to John Daniel Wade, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E Wade of Blytlieville. The wedding will be solemnized Dec. 18 at, the First Baptist Church in Keiser. Miss Wnlklns attended Arkansas State Teachers College at Conway, where she was a member of the Sigma Sigma Sorority and Business Club. She Is now a member of the faculty of the Keiser Schools. Mr. Wade was graduated from Arkansas State Teachers College at Conway, with a bachelor ol science .degree, and George Pen- body College at Nashville, Tenn., with a master of arts degree. He ArmorelHDClub Has Election Of Officers Armorel Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Taft Metzger yesterday for a potluck luncheon with 10 members and two visitors, Mrs. Jack German of Dexter and Mrs. Peggy Buchanan. In the business session, officers for the coming year were elected and plans made for the Christmas party were made. The party will be Dec. 17 at the Youth Center when the husbands will be guests. Officers elected were Mrs. W. O. Anderson, president; Mrs. R. L. Adkisson, vice-president; Mrs. N. C. Patterson, secretary; Mrs. Metzger, treasurer; Mrs. W. L, Smith, reporter; Mrs. Woldon Me- Cann, recreational chairman and Mrs. C. C. Elliott, song leader. Mrs. Anderson won (lie attendance prize and Mrs. Buchanan was winner of the prize In the games played during the social hour. is a member of Phi Alpha Zeta Fraternity and Phi Alpha Theti honorary historical society. The bridegroom-elect is now faculty member of the Osceol Public Schools system. Mrs. Doyle Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Floyd Doyle was honore Wednesday night when members c the NGW Club honored her with layette shower. The club met at the home of Mr Herbert Graham with Harry Grime, Jr., co-hostess. Winners in the games played dur Ing the evening were Mrs. wlHIiu. Harrison, Mrs. Bill Fi'oscr nnd Mrs Graham. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the conclusion of th games. Mrs. Dicks Guest of Mid-Week Club A red nnd white arrangement ol chrysanthemums sprayed In stiver glitter centered the luncheon table yesterday when Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertained the Mid-Week lub. Mrs. Ed Dicks was a guest of the group. Winners In the bridge gomes were Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs B. A. Lynch. Gir! Seoul Ceremony In an impressive candle light ceremony at the Methodist Church in Wilson Monday night, Lone Troop Number One of the Girl Scouts held Us investiture services. Mrs. James Elslnnder called the meeting to. order and the Rev. Raymond Dorinan led the group in prayer. Emily Snno, Betty Cnrol Wren, Sally Denton and Patsy Gang! presented the flags and led the group In the salute and in singing. Mrs. J. D. Rankin, Mrs. W. J. Denton and Hudson Wren were each presented their world pin and membership pin. Mrs. George Holmes, Mrs. Hudson Wren and Miss Ann Crump were presented their pins as leaders of the troop. Patrol officers are Patty Germany, Emily Sano, Eugenia Price, Toni McAfee and Marsha Bcall and these girls were each preesnt- ed their pins as officers. Others receiving membership pins were Patsy Gangl, Anita Elkins, Alice Faye Henderson. Janice Strickland, Joyce Halford, Susan Grain; Sally Denton, Karen Craven, Betty Carol Wren, Margaret Stone, Joe Lee Williams, Vicky Upton, Hattie Sue Coburn, Tiny Boren, Patsy Graves, Sequoria Reed, Shirley Chism and Barbara Dye. The meeting was closed with the troop singing and Billy Whitlock accompanying them. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the meeting. Airman 3/c John Ed Ward of Wichita, Kans., returned to camp Sunday after having spent the Thanksgiving holiday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Ward. He also visited Butch Lannum in Osc-cola. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes and son, Mike, of Kansas City, Mo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson and sons, Mike and David. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miller and grandson, David Brown, spenl several days last week In Star City nnd Montlccllo visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nichols and son. Benny, of West Memphis were in Wilson Sunday for their children, who have been visiting relatives here. Mrs. Bardrt Anderson and Dwlghl Anderson had as their holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shillings of Dallas, Tex., Miss Norma Anderson of St. Louis. Qhnzl Snkrnn of Southern Baptist College, Walnut Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams nnd daughter. Jo Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Stallings are also visiting his mother, who is ill in Oscuola. Mrs. George Brewer nnd Mrs. Clarence Medlin are each patients in Memphis hospitals this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fmzer of Dallas, Tex., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kilburn. The two couples visited Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Frnzer in Hermondnlc, Mo., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alexander nnd son, Danny, of Aurora. 111., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nash and Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Wilson and H. D. Alexander, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Powell ol Cottonwood Point. Mo., celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at the home of their daughter. Mrs. L. H. Morris, here last week. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ryals of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Gregory nnd Mrs. Joyce Boyles of Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Levi Cisscll and sons. Howard Lynn and Micky. The children presented the couple with a television set. Better Hurry... | YOU have until December 13 to have your Portarit taken and delivered before Christmas. i Dial 3-8666 for Appointment Child Jlrt Studio BLYTHEVJU.E i Masterpoint Game Played By League A mftstorpoint game was played last nlfclit by Duplicate HrldKC League members, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holeson wt;rn in first place with (i!J points iincl Mr. and Mrs. Hurry W. Hiiine.s were second with 66 V-. points. In third, place were Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs. T. J. Brinies with 631-, points and there was a lie for fourth between Mr. and Mrs. George Wiu^.s, Bernard Gooch and O.scar Hfirdaway, who had 53 points. A special winners guniG will he played next Thursday night. Mrs. Brownson Hostess to Lutheran Guild MrK. .1. F. BrnwnMin wsi-s hostess Wednesday night when the Lutheran Guild met. In the buslnefis .session, plans were made for the children's Chrlst- miis party and for the Guild's party alfio. Following the meeting, the men of the church joined UK; group and refreshments were .served. Kibitzer Club Has Meeting Mrs. GeorRe Hubbnrd, Jr.. entertained members of the Klblt/cr Club at her home yesterday afternoon. Fall flowers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the home. Winners In the games were Mrs. Alex Curtis and Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr. The Latest In Classics By Sue Burnett So neat nnd crisp-looking, so bonutifiilly vcrsntilc. Easy to sow clnssic frock Hint is new nnd smart In line nnd detail. Pattern No. 81% is in sizes H, 18. 18, 20; 40. 42, 44, 46. Size 10, 4% yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send :iOc In COINS, your name, address, si?,e desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett. Blylhoville Courier Ne\vs. 372 W. Qutncy Street. Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 eents todny for your copy of our pattern cntalyp. Basic FASHION. The fall and winter '54 issue is filled with nttrnetivc, easy to sew styles for all ages. TO GO ABROAD — Mrs. O. A. Nines, Jr., who will sail Dec. 8 nuuiinl the USNS Alnswortll from San Francisco for Honolulu, Hawaii, in shown adding the final packing touches, Siie will join her husbimcl, Lt. <JR) nines, USN, who for the past six months has been serving in Japajj aboard the USAS Caiman and for the next two years will he stationed in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton and daughter, Pam, motored their daughter and sister to St. Louis this morninR. While in San Francisco Mrs. Hines will be the guest of Commander and Mrs. J, H. Srjaret. (Courier News Photo) La Nueve Club Conducts Game In White Home Members of Lu Nueve Club met at the home 1 of Mrs. Ben Mac White yesterday for a dessert- bridRC. Yellow chrysanthemums and pom-poms were used to center the individual tables and throughout the entertaining rooms. Winners in the bridge games wore M rs. Newton Whitls, high, Mrs. Coloman Stevens, second hiuli, and Mrs. Leonard Oldham, Coming Events Saturday Duplicate bridge League meets. MAKTUKn — Mrs. Alma Ann Wells of BlylhcvilU: became the brick 1 of Build Schell nf Chattn- nongn in a ceremony performed Nov. 30. in HiM-nnndo,' Miss.. The comilt s will m«ke their home in Chattanooga. Altrusa Club Have First Meeting at Hotel First meeting of the Altrusa Club was held last night in the Plantation Room of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Clara Martin conducted the business session when plans were made for future projects of the dub. By-laws were read and discussed to conclude the meeting by Mrs. Betty Riales. Bits of News! erAonal Mr«. H. H. Houchins and Qcorge Muir, Jr., returned last night from St. Louis where they have spent the past several days . Lt. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Jr., are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Sr. From here they will go to Little Rock to visit her parents before leaving for El Toro, Calif., where he will be stationed with the Marine Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Geunn, Jr., of Rosewell. N. M., are the parents of a daughter born Nov. 25, at St. Mary's Hospital there. The baby has been named Cynthia Louise. Mr. and Mrs. Geurin are former residents and she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy A. Wright. Mrs. O. T. Smith of Roanoke, Va., Miss Ede McKenzie of Hazen and Mrs. O. B. Scott of Paragould will be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Clark and son, Bradley Scott. , Mrs. A. H. Webb is spending the weekend in Memphis as. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Johnson and daughters. Max Reid left yesterday for Philadelphia and New York. While in New York, he will attend a meeting of the board of governors of the Commercial Law League of America, of which he is immediate past president. Mrs. Elza Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Denny Hammond are spending several days in St. Louis visiting relatives. Mrs. John L. Bishop of Little Rock is the guests of her mother, Mrs. Tom Martin. She came especially to see her niece, Mrs. G. A. Hines, Jr., who left this morning for Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship will spend the weekend in Littlt Rock attending to business, whili there, they will be the guests of Mr and Mrs. O. K. Blankenship. Mrs. Joe Bcasley and infant son John Edward, are now at their home on chickasawba. At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: James Bohannon, city Mrs. James McMMIlin, city Vicky Gentry, city Mrs. Joe Beaslcy and baby, city Mrs. Freda Mentlor, city Mrs. Daisy Martin, Steele Mrs. Pruitt Harrison, city |Birthday Party Given Here for Ten Year Old Gean Atkinson, son of Dr. an~ Mrs. Gean Atkinson, celebrated his tentli birthday yesterday with F party at the Country Club. Movies were shown the group during the afternoon when Den Four, Pack Four of the Cub Scouts were among the guests. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served and fa> vors of noisemakers were presented Mrs. Atkinson was assisted ' Mrs. Foy Etchieson, Mrs. Still and Miss Angle Hood. E. F AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tor Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY 20th Century Fo< presents MARLON BRANDO JEAN SIMMONS MERLE OBERON MICHAEL RENNIE C1WEHON HI1CHEU [UMBFTH MlUK mm mew Personalized Christmas Cards • Cards by Ills Box • Christmas Candles • Maciamr Alexander Dolls • Beautiful New Lamps • rorlttall anil Household Aprons • Ilcaullful Note Paprr and Stationery • l.ary Susans In ninny colors • Westmoreland ill Ilk Glass • Punch Bowl Sets In Milk Glass and Crystal • New Ceramic Planters • \Vhltr Shoulders Coloirne and Perfume 20 per cent Reduction on n' MilkMaid Cosmetics PLUS SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program tens PLUS CARTOON "SHIP AHOOEY' SUN. •MOD. «TUES. ONOURWIDf-VISION SCREEN! JANE POWELL EDMUND PURDOM DEBBIE REYNOLDS VIC DAMONE Mrs. Sylvester Complimented With Coffee at Lowe Home Mrs. Tommy Sylvester was complimented again yesterday morning when Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe entertained with a coffee at her home from 10 to 12. Guests were members of First themums were used throughout Christian Church. A linen cutwork cloth overlaid the refreshment table and a silver bowl holding yellow mums centered the table. Silver services were used on the ends of the table. Those presiding at the table were Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr., Mrs. B. F Brogdon, Jr., Mrs. W. T. Cobb, Jr., and Mrs. J. P. Garrott. Others assisting throughout the entertaining rooms were Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. J; W. Rainwater and Mrs. Bob Walden. Arrangements of mixed chrysan- the Lowe home. Mrs. Sylvester wore for the occasion a black faille dress with full skirt and red bolero. She was presented a pom-pom corsage and a gift of china. What happened to the box sultf It's gone. But the skirt is stiU useful, if you haven't let your waist grow while you had that convenient, square disguise. The Jacket may be cut up for a coat for daughter. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Blytheville's First Showing PLUS SELECTED SHORTS -AND— ALSO SHORT SATURDAY Double Feature — AND— :/ '• ..ANDY DEVINE ~"Wild Bill Hickok" .."Jmg/ei" * NEWHM.L PRDDUCItQN ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL SATURDAY OWL SHOW WITNESS To MURDER ALSO CARTOON and SERIAL /;•; Ir5 «in«tti SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature MORE GET-UP-AND-GO THAN YOU'VE EVER SEEN ON THE SCREEN! HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS CLARK at their Rghting f slam-bang manager in PATRICIA BRESLIN- SIDNEY POITIEB Prated t( AH ft [EIDER • W IT MS K HUM sawtbj b) mm mm • «« to MED «n —AND— I mum n M 't>! n **" LAMAS M Kouwp The ALSO CARTOON

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