The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1955 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1958 - Society News in Ann Mnlln»-v finpiprv Rfjitnr * Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4-161 Breakfast Concludes Events For Bride-Elect; Dinner Tonight) Concluding a series of pre-nuptial events honoring .Miss Eloise Richardson was a breakfast yesterday morning at Hotel Noble. Bits of News Misses Ann Perry and Sandra Long were hostesses for the event. Guests were seated at a table cen- tred with an arrangement of red lilies. Place cards were white with j gold lovebirds attached to The couple will present their attendants with gifts of jewelry. Miss Richardson will wear a bouffant black felt skirt with a I pink cashmere evening sweater! the! featuring a low jeweled neckline. corner Her corsage will be of rose cym- Cors'ages of white gardenias were bedium orchids, presented to Miss Richardson and her mother, Mrs. Oliver Richard son. A gift of crystal was also sented to the honoree by he: tesses. She wore for the occasion a black crepe sheath frock. a ve-\ Friday Bridge r hos-i J ° Tonight at the Rustic Inn members of the Richardson-Stevens wedding party will be honored with a dinner by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richardson. In a ceremony tomorrow afte noon at First Baptist Church, Mis Richardson will become the brie of Lynn Garr Stevens. The T-shaped table where guest will be seated will be overlaid wit white linen. The centerpiece wi be red carnations and white stock Planking this will be silve branched candelabra holding twis olite candles. Placecards will be white froste wedding bells with red clappers. Bridal Shower Compliments Mrs. Gann Mrs. Oral Edwards entertained a her home this week with a mlscel laneous bridal shower in compllmen to Mrs. Earl Gann, the former Miss Marie Gunter. Entertaining rooms of the, norm were decorated with fall flowers. Mrs. Gann was presented with i carnation corsage by her hostess. Special guests were Mrs. Gann'! mother, Mrs. Vernon Gunter oi Hickory Plains, Ark., and the groom's mother, Mrs. Earl Gann. In the party games played Mrs Sanders and Mrs. Robert Turnei were winners. Tailored Housecoat Sue Burnett A special design for the slightly shorter figure — carefully tailored robe that is perfect for year 'roimn wear in appropriate fabrics. Pattern No. 8153 is in s'z.\s 12> a . H 1 :;, IG'j, 18>i. 20Vj, 22'i. 2-1^. Size 14 ! -.- ( short sleeve, 5!* yards of 35- inrh; 3 7 ; yards of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burni'U, Courier News, 37U W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall <fe winter '55 pattern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains a wealth of sow-simple, up-to-the- minute styles, special features, color and style. ROYAL DOULTON CHINA Patterns selected by two December Brides. , ift ON MAIN Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Friday bridge clubs conducted weekly games yesterday. Friday Contract Club played at the home of Mrs. G. O. Poetz with Mrs. Poetz' mother, Mrs. Cleo Langston, a special guest. Mrs. Langston won high in the Mrs. H. W. Ragstlale, Mvs. C. P. Steward and Mrs. L. L. Larkin and daughter Patricia have returned from a two-week trip to San Francisco. They motored Petty Officer Ragsdale to Ahimeda, Calif., where lie boarded the U. S. S. Oriskany. They visited relatives near Bakersfield and also friends in Tucson. Ariz. They also visited the Grand Conyon, Carlsbad Caverns and pans of Old Mexico. Miss Bobbye Jean Byrd, studem at Ole Miss, is spending the weekend here visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs. G. I. Byrd. She came especially to attend the wedding of { Miss Eloise Richardson tomorrow afternoon. Hays Sullivan and Paul Westbrook are spending the weekend in St. Charles. Mo., where they are visiting Misses Martha and Mary. Dillard, students at Lindenwood! College. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Phillips and children are spending the weekend BRIDE- ELECT— In a ceremony to be solemnized Dec. 26, .Miss Elise Lewis will become the bride of ,Joe Bates. Miss Lewis is. . the daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Olio A. Lewis of .Manter, Miss., and Mr. Bates is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Bale* of BIytheville. Miss Pryor Honored With Dessert-Bridge Continuing a series of pre-nuptial events I'or Miss Melba Pryor was a dessert-bridge last night at the home of Mrs. Newton Whitis. Individual tables were centered with pink carnations in silver epergnes. Placecnvds were pink rosebuds. A white poinsettia were used in the living room where games were played. On the dining table gilded pine cones and holly with white tapers were used. Standing in this arrangement were a bride and groom. A gift of China and a white carnation corsage was presented to the bride-elect by her hostess. Mrs. W. P. Pryor, mother of the honoree, received a pink carnation corsage. Miss Pryor won high score in the games and Mrs. Pryor won second high. Engagement of Miss Elise Lewis ^J^SrSSI'^^^'S^^^ To Joe Bates Is Made Known Today "us". <*"" ""=». mwj" 'Rock will be the weekend guest of -/ */ bridgo. Party foods were served by the hostess. Mrs. Elbert Johnson entertained La Finesse Club with a dessert j?nd ^Se ing indU "dua, tab.es were'^ Sc °"' »'«'""' *" E "Tl Slant Christmas candles sprinkled ,. M «;.,?. u '" d ,. Y ™ I l?.,. 1 ?, a patlent The engagement of Miss Elise Lewis to Joe Bates was made known today. Wedding vows will be exchanged ,; — with glitter. Encircling the base of ench were holly and pine cones. Mrs. Whitney Morgan and Mrs. Todd Harrison won high in the bridge games., Mrs. Richard Moore was the only guest yesterday when Mrs. James Roy was hostess to Friday Club with a dessert-bridge. Traditional Christmas decorations were used to decorate the Roy home. Bridge winners were Mrs. Farris McCalla, high. Mrs. S. E. Tune, second high, and Mrs. R. A. Porter, bridgo. her sisters. Misses Cliffie and Bernice Overman and Mrs. Leon Jones, and Mr. Jones. , a Miss Pat Scott, student at Mem-! dessert i phis s ' a ' e Colle Se. is the weekend! Dec. 26. >.„, „„,.„„.,. IT, „„,! IT,, Mjss Lew[s ^ daughter of Mr. and! Mrs. Olie A. Lewis of Manter, Miss., j TT - . t . is a graduate of . Clark Memorial in Chickasawba Hospital. " Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Martin spent yesterday in Memphis. "\VlVPS Y T J. > V~O College, Newton, Miss., where was class secretary-treasurer ice-president of Baptist Sti Jimmy Weidman. student at Ole j Union council and a member of Fu- Miss, is spending the weekend here ] ture Teachers of America. I i2 ! Club Has Party tudent : J Gleaners Class Has Supper And Party The Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Christian Church had a potluck supper and party at, the church Thursday evening. Approximately 40 members of the class were present. Party arrangements \veer under the supervision of Mrs, Ben Harpole, Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs. Bill lacier and Mrs. Elizabeth Crafton. The Christmas theme was carried out in decorations. Games were directed by J. P. Garrott and Miss Margaret Wright. New officers for the year were elected with Bill Rader being elected president; Mrs. John Petty, vicfi- president, and Mr. :ary and treasurer. James Terry is Gnrrott, sccre- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Robert Weidman. He has as his houscguest Billy Cooper, also a student at the University. Also home for the weekend from j Ole Miss is Max Hill. j Mrs. Vernon Gunter returned to her home in Hickory Plains yesterday after a visit here with her daughters, Mrs. Jimmy Quick and Mrs. Earl Gann. She was motored home by Mr. and Mrs. Quick who are spending the weekend in Little Rock visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Anderson and sons, who have been making their home at 1513 Hearn, moved yesterday to Number Nine to make their future home. Mr. Anderson will be engaged in farming in this community next year. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson and Mrs. Robert Killian have returned from several days in St. Louis. Condition of Mrs. Rado Ing. who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, is reoprted to be unchanged Mrs. Ing was returned here from Campbell's Clinic in Memphis. Rose Zema Chtlders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Childers of Luxora, has been elected secretary- treasurer of the Commercial Club at Freed-Hardeman College, Henderson, Term. She is also a member of the Alpha Tau and and the Li-1 brary Club. She is no\v employed here by Mississippi County Electric Cooperative. Mr. Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Bat.es of BlythevlLc, is a graduate of Gosnell High School and has served two years with the armed forces. He is now district administrator for Samadan Oil Corporation with I the West Texas-New Mexico district \ office located at Hobbs, N. M.. where the couple will make their home. For Newcomers At the Hospitals BIytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Edgar J. Bivens, city Mrs. Billy Nelson, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Richard Becker, city Vaughn Johnson, city Mrs. Jack Wood, city Tommy Renfro, city Jimmy Haden, city Carl Denton, city A morning coffee meeting of Bly- thcville Air Force Base Officers Wives Club was held yesterday at the Rustic inn. This was the first of a series of such meetings to be held to welcome newcomers to the club. The refreshments table centerpiece was a red and white Christinas bell flanked by red candles in silver candlesticks. A large tray of frosted and decorated cookies carried out the holiday theme. Pouring coffee were Mrs. Albert H Byrne, president of the club, and Mrs. Frank H. Rhoads. Mrs. John G. Hutchison heads the committee which organizes the parties. She greeted guests at the door, where they received name tags in the shape of silver Christmas trees trimmed with red glitter. Winning door prizes were Mrs. Louis D. Philipp, Mrs. Bobby Ross and Mrs. Robert E. Houmes. Joe Morgan Honored on 58th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Krutz honored her father, Joe Morgan, on his 58th birthday with a dinner at their home last night. Nineteen guests were present with the Rev. Johnny Bass, pastor of Lamar Heights Baptist, Church in Memphis, being the only out-of- town guest. The dinner table was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with the traditional birthday cake. Burning on either side of the cake were white taeprs. Other entertaining rooms of the' home were decorated with holiday poinsettias. Assisting Mrs. Krutz in servin? were her mother, Mrs. Joe Morgan, Mvs. Herschel House and Mrs. Richard Hardin. Chapter N PEG Entertained With Luncheon A luncheon at the home of Mrs. C. M. Smart yesterday honored members of Chapter N PEO Sisterhood. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. J. W. Adams. The luncheon table was centered with a silver epergne filled with dusty rose pom-poms to complement the color scheme of Mrs. Smart's home. Interspersed throughout this rangcment was fever few and heather in the same shade and sprinkled with silver glitter. Small vases of the same flowers were used on the individual tables. A special guest at the luncheon was Mrs. Jack C. McKenzie, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Crigger, III. Mrs. W. L. Horner was in charge of the afternoon's program and chose as her topic the magazine "Esquire.' 1 The Record report was given by Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Vendredi Club Plays at Home Of Mrs. Metchalfe. Vendredi Bridge Club members and one guest, Mrs. Bill Steinsiek, played at the horne of Mrs. Bob Metcalfe Thursday night. Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson won high score in the games, Mrs. Hank Dodd, second high, and Mrs. Bob Huff, bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Montgomery [Word Employees Have Dinner • Employees and then- families of Montgomery Ward were entertained with the annual Christmas party at the store Thursday night. The affair, attended by approximately 150, was a dinner.. The store was decorated for the party with miniature Christmas trees and poln- settias. The evening was highlighted by a visit with Santa Clous, who presented children present with gilts. COMBAT PHOTOGRAPHER Matthew Brady was the famed Civil War photographer whose pio- leering coverage of the battlefronts j the] made him the first U.S. combat' | photographer nnd photo historian. $125 SUNDAY $125 1 DINNER APPETIZERS 1 Fresh Home Made Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Raked Chicken and Sage Dressing Roast Leg of Lamb and Mint Jelly Country Fried Beef Steak and Brown Gravy CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Buttered Pens and Carrots Brtissel Sprouts Corn O'ltricn Snowflake Potatoes SALAD Head of Lettuce Salad and 1,000 Island Dressing DESSERT Apple Cobbler Serving Home Made Hot Rolls RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blythtville'i Favorite Eating Place Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIAIES TODAY Double Feature Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre SUN. e MON, TUES, • WED. December 4-5-6-7 EVER THE CiNEMftSCOPE S C REW.' Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 1.3 Carton "Frog & Princess" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature THE FAR HORIZONS; Read Courier News Classified Ads Mrs. Folger Entertains TMC Club Mrs. T. A. Folger entertalnec members of TMC Club with a des sert-bridge at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. P. Davis was a new member of the club with Mrs. Ran dal Hawks and Mrs. Frank Sea; being guests. Traditional green and red Christ mas decorations were used to dec orate the home. Bridge winners were Mrs. Andy Moses, high, and Mrs. Milton Howard, low. FRANKLIN'S SON William Franklin, son of Ben jamin Franklin, was the last roya governor of New Jersey. He bitterly opposed American Independ ence and refused to follow his father in the move to make Ameri ca an independent nation. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Nowlin Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rozy Program Announcements METRO NEWS Hill COtfftt FOK( • KUII K>ywl. |f(Hita MM, lUCl MAS1CIY . stitin n> r t t BtU| [[WARD; *nJ IICH41D (HIINt . H.tfJ «,-»-. |>» pi,, H, S.IIH fritrn'. t, Wph InUi rnJ lit mt ChMo.o, . r,,> *KH bi FKID KOHlK(lt • t^KKJ t, HCtU*D All* The Ideal Christmas Gift: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS Now on Sale at Ritz Box Office SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Seminole Uprising/ CARTOON "DEAR SWISS" I SUNDAY & MONDAY Find Your Nome In Our Ad And Be Our Guest to See "The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing" 2Olh Century-Fox pretend "THE GIRL IN 4 THE RED VELVET SWING" CINEMASCOPE < ill OK I,, [If I I'M RAY MiuAND-JoAN COLLINS-FARLEY GRANGER tftJ I, CHARLES 8RACKE1T . l» Ikt -«1*. J STEREOPHONIC SOUND Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Applcbnum PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS \ Coming Events MONDAY WMU of First Bnpllst Church luivlng Royal Service program at church. 2 .p.m. WSCS of First Methodist Church having tea at church in Fellowship Hall. 2 p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church having Christmas meeting nt home of Mrs. Cal Gossett in Burdettc, 7:30 p.m. Executive Board of Women ol Presbyterian Church meeting at church, 2 p.m. TUESDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Todd Harrison, 7:30 p.m. American L«gion Auxiliary meeting. Tri-To\vn Club meeting with Mrs. Dale Briggs. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting at home of Mrs. C. E. Crigger, III. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Harcid Nunn. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Eastside Garden Club having Christmas party at Lake Street Methodist Church, 11 a.m. WEDNESDAY Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church having Christmas party and luncheon at Fellowship Hall, 12 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R. C. Allen. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Harry A. Haines. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Newton Whitis. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Elkins. FRIDAY Woman's Club members being entertained with Christmas musicaJ tea at 2 p.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Fan-is McCalla. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In BIytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! SATURDAY Double Feature — AND — " SILENT RAIDERS" ALL STAR CAST Also Cartoon & Serial SAT. OWL SHOW Starts 11:30 p.m. "LETS GET TOUGH" East Side Kids SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature — AND — "Strange Lady In Town" Starring: Oreer i) a nfl GARSON & ANDREWS In Cinemascope ALSO CARTOON r

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