FAGIPOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW? WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1955 -Society News - • Ann Mallnrv Sni>uttV RHit/ir * PhOHi MiM KfflM Aim Mallory. Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Have Business Meetings and Party • =" The three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi met last nighl with two chapters having business meetings and one having a Christmas party. Alpha Delta Chapter met at Hotel Noble for a business meeting with Mrs.. Ben Abbott as hostess. During the business session, conducted by Mrs. Foy Etchieson. plans were made for a Christmas party at the Hotel Deo. 22. The chapter also voted to spon sor Santa Glaus, whose service will be available to citizens Blytheville between 6:30 and 8:3 p.m. Dec. 12-21. Appointments for his visits the home may be made by con tactiag a member of this chapter During the social hour refresh meote were served. Exempler Chapter members their husbands and dates were en t«rtamed with a Christmas part at the home of Mrs.' Jimmie Ed wards last night Mrs. Jeff Davis and Mrs. An drew Moses were co-hostesses. The 35 guests spent the evenln; playing canasta and bridge, -- dancfcg. The'Edwards' home was decorated lor the party in tradition! green and red Christmas orna ments. Mrs. Todd Harrison entertained members of Alpha Alpha Chaptei at the home of her mother, Mrs R. L. Johnson, last night. This" was a business meeting with Mrs. Dan McCaskill presid tog. Plans for the Woman at the Year banquet were discussed, by the group with Mrs. Elmer Norman general chairman, giving the re port on the event. The group voted to assist needy' family during the holiday season. Gifts will be brought to the Christmas party Dec. 20 at Hote: Noble. A committee composed ot. Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Mrs. Harold Doyle and Mrs. George Anderson was appointed to select the Girl of the Year from this chapter. During the social party, an as- aortment of holiday party foods and punch were served. The refreshment table held .a MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In BlytheviH* Phone 3-4621 Weekday! Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature — AND — "TERROR BY NIGHT' ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature 1RW BERLINS "VISTAVlSIOH DA»Y CMY-WIOONEY 1 VERA-ELLEN CoferyTECHNICOLOR // — AND — WHISTLE STOP" ALSO CARTOON snow scene with a large snow man forming the center. Glowing on either side of this were red tapers. Throughout entertaining rooms of the home, greenery, berries, tall red tapers and giant Chrisi- mas candles were used. These were used in wintertime and Christmas scenes. Mrs. Crigger Compliments Mother Mrs. C. E. Crigger III complimented her mother, Mrs. Jack McKenzie, yesterday when she invited members of Tuesday Bridge Club and several guests to her home for a luncheon. Guests were Mrs. Gean Atkinson, Mrs. Marvin Robinson. Mrs. Robert Killian, Mrs. Samuel P. Morris and Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Mrs. Crigger used a red and white Christmas motif to decorate entertaining rooms of her home. The dining table held a red and white centerpiece. Individual tables held Christmas tree centerpieces with placecards being Santa Claus faces. Red and white flowers were used for floral decorations. In the club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. C. Murray Smart won high scores in bridge games played following lunch. Mrs. Killian won guest high. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Greenwood, Miss., are Wylie of spending Mrs. Briggs Entertains Tri-Town Club Mrs. Dale Briggs entertainec members of Tri-Town Bridge Club and two guests, Mrs. Bill Rader and Mrs. Walter ,Day, with a lun cheon at the Country Club yesterday. The rooms of the club were decorated in keeping with the approaching holiday season. Tables were centered with Santa Claus • candles set in nests of greenery I and red berries. Placecards were tied with Christmas sleigh bells. On the sideboard a tiered arrangement oi yellow chrysanthemums was used. Standing in the center of this was a large white taper. The Green Room, where games were conducted, was decorated with potted white poinsettias. A large gold Christmas candle was presented to Mrs. Russell H. Parr who won high score in the games with a red candle being several days here at their home on Main Street. Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt and daughter of Little Rock are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beasley and daughters have moved into their new home on the 900 block of Holly. Mrs. W. C. Higginson. who formerly made her home at 1303 West Chickasawba, is visiting relatives in Newport and Texas. Upon her return to Blytheville she is to build a duplex in Country Club presented "To second high "winner* Mrs. Garrard Caudill. Bridge Leagues Play Weekly Games Country Club Bridge League played a five-table Howell movement last night. Mrs. Frank Orlgsby and Mrs. , C. Councille captured first place. There was a tie for second place letween Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, Mrs. Samuel F. •Jorris and Mrs. F. E. Black. tt the game played Saturday af- ernoon by the city Duplicate Bridge League, Mrs. Jim Roleson and Mrs. Bernice Wallace won 'irst place. Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. I. C. Sims were second with third ilace going to Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Bill Affllclc. Tomorrow night this league will lay a special winners game. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: W. E. Kennedy, flteelo David Arthur Hampton, city Mrs. E. E. Hamlett, Steeel Mrs. Oscar Boone, Cooler Chlckuzwb* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ma-ttie prevost, city Miss Lavel Stanley, city Mrs. Otis Austin, city J. A. Boone, city Mrs. Jack Elliott, city Mrs. Virginia Corbett, Marma- luke. Ark. Mrs. Jerry Ballard and baby, city William Smith, II, city Mrs. J. H. Warren, city Mrs. Lynn Walton, city Michael Wltson, city Ernest Porter, city addition. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., and children have bought and will occupy the Higginson home on Chickasawba. Mrs. Henry Young left yesterday >r Torrance, and Los Angeles, Calif., and Portland, Ore. In Torrance she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Ouy Walker, and family and n Los Angeles she will visit the W. A. Young family and the D. H. Bryeans family. She will visit another daughter, Mrs. Joe Estes, in Portland. She accompanied her son, Starlin Young, of Sikeston, on this trip. Mr. Young is motoring his daugh- er, Mrs. Bill Hicks, to California, where she will meet her husband, who has been serving with the Vavy in the Pacific for the past several months. Mrs. C. E. Crigger IE and her mother, Mrs. Jack McKenzie, will bein Memphis tomorrow to meet their father,, and husband, Jack McKenzie, who will arrive by plane there. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie will remain here for an extended visit with their daughter. Petty Officer 1/c and Mrs. Nelson Edens and daughters, Carol Lou and Betty Kathleen, who have been making their home in Tacoma, Wash., have arrived in Blytheville to live. They will reside at 318 North Sixth. Mr. Edens will be associated with his father-in-law, W. T. Shelton, in the Shelton Floor Company. Mrs. Edens is the former Miss Joy Shelton. Mrs. Cleo Langston, who has been malting her home in DeKalb, Miss., and recently purchased the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beasley on Chickasawba, has moved into the home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Chronister and children of Okmiilgee, Okla., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Morris, here. While in this vicinity they will also vlst her sister, Mrs. John Cook, at Joiner and his relatives at Walnut Ridge. Mrs. O. Shonyo, Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Mrs. Martha Alley, Mrs. W. H. Stovall and Mrs. Jim Stovall spent yesterday In Memphis. Those here .to attend funeral services for Arden Wilson were Mr. and Mrs. Claud Carter, Olen Carter, Carolyn Carter and Mri. Betty McCIean of Pontlac, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nave and son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Starlin Young and sons and Mrs. Biliy Hicks of Sikeston; Clifford Bitten- berry, Mrs. Helen Rlttenberry and Raymond Rlttenberry of St. Louis. Guests Present When CIB Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Foy Etchieson, Mrs. Prank Grigsby and Mrs. W. W. Workman were guests yesterday when Mrs. | Harold Nunn entertained CE3 Bridge Club with a dessert-bridge. 1 Mrs. Joe McHaney won high In I the games, Mrs. Oribsby, second I high, and Mrs. utho Barnes, bridgo. stimuIgHng COLOR NEWS black ititdt and glau combination Mrs. Newton Whitis, who won bridgo. was presented with Christmas wrappings. Musical Tea To be Held At Club A musical tea will be the Christmas party for members of the Woman's Club Friday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. Hoyt Brown are chairmen for the musical selections and have invited Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Owens and the Junior High Boys Glee Club to appear on the program. Mrs. C. Murray Smart will be accompanist and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry will direct the choir, Chairman of the hostess committee is Mrs. Phillip Applebaum. Those assisting her will be Mrs. W. R .Campbell, Mrs. C. L. Brogdon, Mrs. Alice Womack, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mrs. Glenn Ladd, Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, Mrs. Fred Bean, Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Mrs. Ed Rice and Mrs. O. S. Rollison. Mrs. Potter Elected Head OfGosnellHD Gosnell Home Dernonstratio Club members elected Mrs. Mur row Potter president of the clu when the group met on Monda afternoon at the Baptist Church. Other officers elected to serv with Mrs. Potter are Mrs. Gu Geans, vice-president, and Mrs Moody, secretary and treasurer. Following the election, a Christ mas party was held by the group Gifts were exchanged and refresh merits served by the hostesses Mrs. Charlie Stromire and Mrs Lee Hill. Black' and brown, well combined make for high fashion at a budge price. For example: a brown sheath topped by a black-and-brown blazer • • * Lots of women have discovered it: the little clutch in fabric (or fur. makes the handiest cosmetic casi possible. Neat in the handbag, i keeps everything in one place. I can cost as little or as much a you want to pay. Calling all Santa s! •1.00 Oto 10% M MI) W.nderMly Pire! Thit Urge bottle of creamy pink hand lotion, gift packaged, and with iU Ttrf own built- in dupenter, teachei that good grooming can b« (ant ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Lone Oak HD Club Has Christmas Party Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club members met at the home of Mrs. Claude Duncan yesterday for an all-day Christmas party. Following group singing of Sileni Night, Mrs. Delia Tomllnson led in prayer. Mrs. Leslie Moore told the stqry, "Christmas Comes to Vickie. Mrs. Glenn Alexander, secretary, gave her report and called the roll Roll call was answered by telling what the members' families enjoyed most at Christmas. The eye-opener, a hand painted plaque, was shown by Mrs. B. E. Eubanks and Mrs. R. E. Davis. During the business session officers for the coming year were elected. They .were Mrs. J. O. Huey, president; Mrs. Moore, vice-president; Mrs. Alexander, secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. Davis, reporter. Mrs. E. W. Sigman was a new member of the group. During the afternoon Santa Claus visited the group and presented each member a gift. At this time secret pals were revealed and names drawn for next year's secret pal. Coming Events 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. Club 23 having Christmas party and dance. Hosts are Mr. and Tlrs. E. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune. FRIDAY Woman's Club members being en- :ertained with Christmas musical tea at 2:30 p.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D. PoUock, Jr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Farris McCalla. Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church having Christmas party at home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons, 2 p.m. Mrs. M. W. Lewis and Mrs. C. F. Tucker are co-hostesses. j SATURDAY | Duplicate Bridge League meeting. SUNDAY Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church entertaining with tea honoring the Rev. and Mrs. J. Raymond Denton, at home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba. 1100 Ciuntry Club Drive, 3 to 5 p. m. MONDAY Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church having Christmas party at home of Mrs. Orval Gud, 307 East Missouri, 6:30 p. m. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & Sac At All Times OFF TO WORK—Sania Clauses galore ring their bells to salute their graduation day in New York. Having just finished a two- week course given by the Volunteers of America, the Kris Kringles met for last-minute briefing before hitting the streets of the Big City on behalf of the V.O.A., celebrating its 60th year of service. Tl.e.oi^anization has more than 1000 Santa Clauses beside sidewalk chimneys across the nation this season. "MOMMY"—That word broke a life-long silence for three- year-old Marsha Maynard at Charleston, W.Va., General Hospital. She was unable to talk because of recurring growths on her vocal cords, which have undergone 38 operations and many X-ray treatments. Doctors say her life is assured only if she reaches puberty. Pins which duplicate crests of famous houses and regiments are being shown in moderate-priced costume jewelry collections this fall. One of these jeweled be-dazzlers adds just the right touch to a plain sweater in flame or black. WED. & THURS. Double Feature JOHN MM-LOB KUO* KWN BSMflOA ^ «iKr.rai 'wywrcui FEIUT ALSO CARTOON Open Till 9 P.MVEvery Nite Until Christmas l i o I • T f* L Main at First Lad & Lassie Toy Center PH. s-esos IT IS HOT TOO LATE TO ORDER Business & Personal CHRISTMAS CARDS Hallmark and other leading lines Unusual Gifts and Gift Wrapping SAMUEL F. MORRIS Across From City Hall Read Courier News Classified Ads Cinemascope at Its Best Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook Jr. With Stereophonic Sound! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rozy Program Announcements Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman Tht Ideal Christmas Gift: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS Now on Sale at Ritz Box Office LAST TIMES TODAY T) " 1 Tn L rurplelllask 1 ._«3»' Jl [CINEMASCOPE I •90t BUM-DM QteilHMUIEELA WSBURM KiallO-JOIIIWn-IITIWAHAWtll-AUIiritBALfcTWHWWIBCriR PLUS SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find Your Name In Our Ed And Be Our Guest to Stt "The View From Pompey's Head" RICHARD WAN I) DANAWYNTER CAMERON MITCHELL COtONbyOELUXe t ^ ClNBMASCOPt , In tfn *ondti o! , f IND ; PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON Every day's a Heyday in these new \ Brown Alligator Calf $4495 That's because the new winter Heydays have been carefully designed to provide the maximum in beauty, fit,, comfort and satisfaction. 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