The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 4, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER HEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1954 - Society News - n Ann Mallnrv Snpipt.V tfdif-nr • Phn Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Christmas Decorations Used at PEG Christmas was in the nir yesterday when Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood, met at the home of Mrs. Riley Jones with Mrs. Chester Caldwell as co-hostess. The buffet table from which lunch was. served was decorated with red and white streamers which met in the middle to form a huge white bow centered with red to represent a large Christmas package. Other Christmas decorations were used throughout the Jones' home. Mrs. Caldwell was io charge of the business session and Mrs. Charles Crigger. Jr., and Mrs. Garrard Caudill presented a program on Cottey College, which the sisterhood helps support. Birthday Dinner Given for Joe Morgan Joe Morgan celebrated his 57th birthday Thursday when a birthday dinner was given in his honor. Hostesses were his wile and Mrs Herschell House, Mrs. Charley Krutz and Mrs. Milton Morgan. The table whre the 18 guests were seated was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with the birthday cake. Gladioli and mums were used throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Marvelous Cover-All 8147 36-52 By Sue Burnett This amply-sized cover-up npron goes together with a minimum of sewing time, does a Rood job of protecting your nicest frocks. Pattern No. 8147 is in si?.es 3G, 38, 40, 42. 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, Size 38. 2^ yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, sixe desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, BIytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy j Street. Chicago 6, 111. > Basic FASHION, fall and winter j '54 contains a wealth ol sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herpelf and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. FINISHING TOUCHES — Mrs. H. L. Reynolds Is shown adding the finishing touches to the Christmas nituilcl arrangement in the living room of her home at the gtatcllne. She lias on her mantel a styrofoma santa and reindeer, glittering trees and several novelty candles. Glittering baubles, candles, musical nativity scenes and lighted replicas of Christmas scenes are used throughout her home. In addition when finished she will have five lighted trees in her home and yard. (Courier News Photo) Fowlston Music School to Hold Open House Tomorrow Afternoon Open house will be held tomorrow afternoon at the Fowlston School «f Music. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Fowlston and Mrs. W. E. Hendrix, 3r.. are In charge of tlir program. The advance students of Mrs. Mrs. Mick Honored on Birthday Mrs. Doshin Mick was honored on her birthday ynslerdiiy when ten of her friends surprised her with a covered-dish luncheon. Following lunch the honoree opened her gifts mid the remainder of the afternoon was spent Informally.- Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting VcnrtiTdl Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs, Billy Joe Clean last nipht when she hud us her micsts Mrs. Bob Blavloc'k and Mrs. George Ford. Winners in (lie panics wore Mrs. Hnnk Dndd. htRh, Mrs. Dick Shanks, second htRh. Mrs. Dick Frank Hall, bridgo. Preceding the KIUUOS the hostess st.rvrd n dessert course. Hendrix will pie.scni the proRnim. Those appearing will be Ann Reed of Joncsboro, Linda Hlott of Loach- vlllc and Ralph Nichols of BIythe- ville. The Lcpapt.n Girls Hlnsemljlc also will appear on the progrmii. The program will begin at 3:30 j). in. with the studio being opened at 3 p. m. Mrs. Long Guest of Friday Club Mrs. Fan-Is McCalla cnlcl -Inlnctl the Friday Club tit the Coimlry Club yesterday. Chrysanlhemums were- used in (U'coniU; the UultvldviM Inblos Mrs. McCnlln won high In the galnc.s, Mrs .James Roy. socout! hlfih. and Mrs. Toby LOUR, a mie.-4 ol the Kroup. won brlduo. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Sewell of Bossier City, La., are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, Miss Betty Holmes left yesterday to visit, her sister, Mrs, Prank McGruder, in Maiden, Mo. Mrs. W, D. Crmmblin has left for Philadelphia, Pa., where she will spend .several weeks. Iris Belcher of Little Rock and Tommy Thomas of New York are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glair Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Max Owens are the parents of a son born Nov. 29 at Walls Hospital. .The baby who has sister, Nancy Carol, has been named Max Barron. Mrs. Owens is the former Virginia Smith. Mrs, R. J. Do;r,on o! Camden is the guest of Miss Cliffie Webb and family. Buddy Miller is spending today n Memphis. Claude Duncan who underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis Thursday is reported to be satisfactory. He Is in Room 12GA. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Chen- lault are the parents of a daugh- ,er born at Methodist Hospital in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Chcnnault s the former Miss Gcraldine Gaincs. Don Wallace of Pocahontas has ieen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glair Miller and sons for the past week. Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. F. E. Black will leave in the morning 'or St. Louis where they will spend several days visiting relatives. Mrs. Pollock Entertains Contract Club Christmas berries and miniature trees made of Christmas baubles were used to decorate the home of Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr., yesterday when she entertained the Friday Contract Club. During the bridge games party foils mid Iced drinks were served l)y the hostess. Wlnonrs were Mrs. Loy Welch, high, Mrs. Pollock, second high, iind Mrs. G. O. Poet/,, bridge. Miss Plunkett Complimented With Shower MI.-.S Rosn Plunkett, bride-elect of Doyle 1 I.iivcmler, wa.s complimented Inst nlKht with n miscellaneous shower nl the home of Mrs, Tom Vlooro. Miss Dixie Sutton WHS co! IDSless. Chris I in a.s dpcnnitions were used o dmmile the entertaining rooms of (be Moore home. Miss Mni-Rip Bevill \vns winner In :he Kfliucs phycd. Refreshments t-o .served tit the conclusion of the in PS. If you're taking last year's lur collars out of storage for wenr this fall, you can refresh them by hold- Ing them over n steam koitlp for a few minutes. That ROCS Tor fur bnp:; [ At the Haspna is riilckas:i\vb:i Hospital Mrs. Non-is Dccnntur and baby, lly George Sinilh. city Mrs. Harry Mnrshnll. city Mrs. Williuni Smith, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Max Ou'cns and baby, city Mrs. I,(-In Jennings. Slcelf Sloower Given At Rustic Inn For Miss Bailey Miss Rt-na Bailey, bride-elect ol Charles E. Dill, was complimented at the Rustic Inn Wednesday nteht when Mrs. Johnny Glasscock, Miss Alma Cain and Miss Nina Peterson entertained with a miscellaneous shower. Chrysanthemums were used to center the individual tables where the guesU were seated. Winners in the games were Mrs. Bob McCoy and Mrs. Edgar Cain, Jr. Miss Bailey was presented a white pom-pom corsage and her mother. Mrs H. R. Teague, who was a spe- 'clal guest, was also presented with a corsage. After the honoree had opened her gifts, a dessert course was served. Avoid those so-naked sandals im- you are utterly comfortable with your heels three inches in the air. Better to walk with grace and ease in a medium heel pump than totter on the most glamorous pair of tiny straps and skinny heels. A lot of people get <M' jobs through politics--even the President. • Better Hurr y< YOU have until December 13 to have your Portrait taken and delivered before Christmas. Dial 3-8(jfi(i for Appointment Child Jlri Studio BLYTHEVILLE USED TRACTORS MOST ALL MAKES and MODELS We have the tractor for you! Come in today and have a look. 61 IMPLEMENT CO. "The Farmer's Home of Satisfaction" N. Highway 61 Ph. 2-2.112 Coming Events MONDAY Trinity Circles meet. Circle Three meets with Mrs. Bert Ross; Jewel Abernathy with Mrs. June Harris and Evelyn Stanford with Mrs. Henry McCann. WSCS of First Methodist Church having Christmas program and tea at 2 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. Wesleyan Service Guild having Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Cal Gossett, 7:30 p.m. First Baptist WMU having Royal Service program at church, 2 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of St Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at Parish house, 8 p.m. Presbyterian Circles meet in homes. Circle One with Mrs. J. R. Mnrr, 1300 Country Club Dr., pot- hick luncheon, p.m. Circle Two, Mrs. Marvin,Robinson, 1519 Ghicka- sawba.u-ith Mrs. Henry Layson, co- hostess, 2 p.m.; Circle Three with Mrs. Ziil Harrison, Hiway 61. 7 p.m. buffet supper; Circle Four with Mrs. B. S. Simmons. Mrs. James Manly and Mrs. Roy Walton entertaining at the church 1 p.m., potluck luncheon; Circle Five at church 0:45 p.m.; Circle Six with Mrs. D B. Mcllwuin. 101 E. Ash, 8 p.m. BIytheville Unit of Hairdressers Association meets at Eagle Beauty School, 8 p.m. Executive board of First Christian Church meets fit 10:30 a.m. Luncheon will be hecld at 12 p.m. and regular meeting at 1 p.m. TUHSDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Orlcne McKcnzIu, 215 Walker. 7:30 p.m. NN Bridge Club meets with Mrs Frank Wagner. Jr. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. A. H. McManus entertains La Petite Club. C1B Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Robert McGraw. Country Club Bridge League meets. Tri-Town Club meets with Mrs. Dale Briggs. Eastside Garden Club has Christmas program at Lake Street Mcth- cdist Church. Covered dish luncheon, gift exchange and Christmas baskets will be fixed. Christmas nr- rangcmonts will be judged. Exemplar Cluipter of Beta Sig- Excmpler Chapter of Beta Sigma meets with Mrs. Harold Wood, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Chapter D PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. C. W. Afflick for Christ- nuts party. Mrs. Hick Watson entertains TLE Bridge Club with Christmas party. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Gra- Foreign Mission Studies Given By Members of Baptist WMU's Trinity Baptist Church Women's MKslnr.ary Union concluded their week of prayer yesterday when they met at the home of Mrs. R. W. Woolen with 12 members present. Repeating of the watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. W, R. Williams. Mrs. W. H. Berry gave the devotional and a program on "Foreign Missions Fields," was given by Mrs. Bert Ross. Sentence prayer dismissed the group. Young Women's Auxiliary met at the church Thursday night with 17 members and one visitor, Miss Melba Jones, present. Rcepating of the watchword opened the meeting and Mrs. How- I Caldwell gave the opening prayer. Clara Sue Ray presided over the business session when plans were made for the mission study. The devotional was given by Marcella Ray nnd Alberta Sadler dismissed the group. The group met at the church Wednesday night and the Business Women's Circles presented the program. The Rev. Bill Cook opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Idell Lowe was in charge of the program, "Evangelizing Through New Channels." Mrs. Caldwell gave the devotional. Monday, the day circles met at the church with 20 members present. Mrs. R. W. Woolen wa.s in charge of the business and Mrs. Alva Harris, assisted by the Jewel Abernathy circle members, presented the program. Mrs. Carl Lay was in charge of the music. Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Ernest Walker with 15 members, .one visitor and one new member, Mrs. Ercle Ernest, present. Mrs. Bill Boren opened the meet- ing with prayer and Mrs. Walker conducted the business. Mrs. Davis Gaddis presented the program and Mrs. Woolen dismissed the group with prayer. Annie Armstrong Circle met with Mrs. Bill Lowe with eight members and one visitor, Mrs. Henry McCann, present. Mrs. Caldwell presented the mission study and the devotional was given by Mrs. McCann. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Max Koonce and Mrs. F. L. Wicker. Miss Jackie Blackford was hostess to five members of the Marlon Cook Circle. Opening prayer was given by Miss Blackford and . Mrs. Lowe was in charge of the business. Mrs. Lois Gestring dismissed the group with prayer. Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met Monday at the church for a season of prayer and Tuesday night they had mission study on Brazil at the church. Wednesday night a film, "Little Star That Shlneth," was shown the group and Thursday night, "Evangelism in Preaching, Education and Medical Work," a mission study, was taught and a film on "Advance in Brazil," was shown. An all-day meeting was held yesterday with a potluck luncheon. Following lunch the Lottie Moon Christmas program and offering was given. Immanuel Baptist Foreign Mission programs were given this week in the homes of the members of Women's Missionary Union of Immanuel Baptist Church. Members in whose homes they met were Mrs. Claude Duncan, Mrs. Jolley' Leggett, Mrs. Barney Barnes and Mrs. Charley Watklns. Gosnell Honor Roll Announced Ann Walker, Brenda Bates, Buford Brackin, Carl Hester Warren, Wanda Whittle and Dorothy Sue Terry led the honor roll for the past six weeks at Gosnell. Others on the honor roll were Faye Caldwell, Sharra Via, Wesley Davis, Donald West, Carolyn Potter, Juanltu Welch, Linda Cotton. Pbylls Pearson. Christine Stark. Mavareen Burleson; Sue Sparks, Julia Webster, Joyce Brown, Iva Nell Gordon, Linda Hallmark, Lena Middleton, Annie Gorden, Kay Smith, Dickie Reams, V. R. Meatte, Mary Needham; Roy Lynn Via, Willean Ward, Edna Whittle, Bernice Burris, Barbara Bevill, Marion Drane, Sue Lollar. Bertha Carter, Everett Allen. Charles Lee, Calvin George, ) Billy Fowler and Shirley Potter. ham Sudbury. Mrs. James B. Clark has Town and Country Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. NGW Club meets with Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., 418 B.'Ash. THURSDAY Mrs. Harry A. Haines entertaining Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Newton Whitis has La Nueve Club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Friday Vcndredi Club meets with Mrs. Frank Hail. Mrs. R. B. Stout entertains Friday Contract Club. Friday Club meets with Mrs. Jnmcs Roy. Woman's Club executive board meets at 2 p.m. Regular meeting is at 2:30 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets Osceola News 87 BETTYE NELLE STARK Mrs. Ed Quinn was hostess to the Four Table Bridge Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Quinn served her guests • weish rarebit plate. Additional guests were Mrs. C, E. Dean, Mrs. W. E. Johnson, Mrs. Jack Wilson. Mrs. Melvin Speck and Mrs. Wade Quinn of Memphis. In the games of brldga that followed the luncheon, Mrs. Harry Driver won high club pri/e, Mrs. Dean and Mrs. Wilson were awarded guests' prizes. Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr won bridge. Mrs. Jack Uzzelle of Bassett invited the Osceola Town and Country Canasta Club to her homo Thursday for one o'clock luncheon. Chinese dishes were served to me guests. All members were present. Mrs. Arthur Rogers was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Gene Butler, Mrs. Frank Edrington and Mrs. Bob Nelson. Mrs. Edrington Won high score. Mrs. Roy Houck won second. Mrs. Rogers served a salad plate. Mrs. R. C. Bryan was hostess to the Osceola-Luxora Bridge Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Lemon chiffon pie and coffee proceeded the games of bridge. Mrs. Elizabeth Siliman won high club prize, Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr was presented the guest prize and Mrs. T. L. Stanford won low. Mrs. Jack Wilson was hostess to her bridge club for a luncheon at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bob Reidy was a guest. Mrs. Wilson's dining table, where her guests were seated, was centered with an arrangement of pinlj carnations and white stock. Mrs. Lloyd Godley was hostess Thursday to her canasta club with a luncheon at the Seminole Club. Mrs. L. C. B. Young was hostess Wednesday to Chapter O, PEO. with a luncheon at her home. Following the business meeting the guests gathered around the Christmas tree where gifts wera exchanged among the members. The care you give your berets won't do for this fall's hats. They're deep and have lots of shape. Allow a hat box for each or a hat stand and plenty of space that won't be disturbed by a hunt for that little suitcase. Hairdressers Unit to Meet Monday Night BIytheville Unit of Hairdressers will meet Monday night at the Eagle Beauty School, 8 p.m. Tommy Thomas of New York, j who appeared at the state conven ' tion, will be guest designer and will show the new holiday and winter styles in cutting, elevating curls and designs. Marriage Licenses Obtaining marriage licenses from the county clerk's office are the following couples: Wyley Ralph arid Ima Jo Rayford, both of BIytheville. T. J. Moss and Dorothy Wilson both of BIytheville. 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C. McHaney and Sons "Your Monument Men" So. Hiwny fil Rlythevilli' ONLY 2 SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program PLUS CARTOON "SHIP AHOOEY" •SUN. •MON. •TUB. ON OUR WIDt -VISION SCkllNl GAY.ZINGY MUSICAL! M-G-M's s!arrin| 'JANE POWELL EDMUND PURDOM DEBBIE REYNOLDS VIC DAMONE , LOUIS CALHERN M'ffi IINDA' ' FVflVN »*r CHRISTIAN • VARDEN • COLLINS PLUS SELECTED SiiORTS >npt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature —AND— The EAST SIDE KIDS Serial "The Batman" No. 6 Cartoon ''Terrier Stricken" SUN., & MON. Double Feature ' THREE YOUNG TEXANS —AND— METRO NEWS

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