The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1955 · Page 4
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PAG1 FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1*55 - Society News - to Ann Mullnru Snoiat.v RHitnr * "" C MiM MiHia Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-44&1 Shower at Rustic Inn Compliments Miss Ann Cook, Bride-Elect Miss Ann Cook of Canton, Miss., who is visiting here and is-bride-elect of Jim Culbertson of Blytlieville, was honored with a shower at the Rustic Inn Monday night. Hostesses were Mrs. W. t. Hughes. Mrs. dene Sikes of Humboldt, Term., and Miss Katherine Thompson. Gifts were displayed on a table centered with a miniature bride and groom standing in a mass of snapdragons, pom-poms and greenery. The honoree's chair was marked with a white satin bow. She wore a two-piece blue velvet dress and received a corsage of pink carnations accented with small white blossoms. Her hostesses also presented her with China in her chosen pattern Mrs. C. M. Cook, mother of tho bride-elect, who wore a black faille dress,*received a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Lola Culbertson, mother of the groom-elect, also received a white carnations corsage. She was dressed in a black crepe and taffeta dress. Mrs. Carrie Grimmett, aunt of Mr. Culbertson, also received a white carnation corsage and she wore a black crepe party frock. During the evening bunco was played by the group with Mrs. Jim Working gins — to Keep crisp and neat during the long, rainy winter days ahead, check with your tailor to see if your office costumes will take kindly to a treatment of one of the water repellents. Stovall winning high and bunco. Low score went to Miss Dona Sue Gore. A dessert course was served. Altar Society Has Christmas Party in Manila Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church was entertained with a Christmas party Monday night by Mrs. R. J. Mckinnon at her home in Manila. A business session was conducted by Mrs. G. O. Poetz, vice-president. The Rev. Amos Enderlin led opening and closing prayers. The book. "The Other Wise Man," by Henry Van Dyke was reviewed by Mrs. McKinnon. Focal point .of the Christmas decorated entertaining rooms was a replica of the three Wise Men at the Manger which was set up in the fireplace. Presiding at the coffee service during the social hour was Mrs. Leo Donner. ITS IVERYONE'S FAVORITE MOCCASIN Daniel Green's POW WOW! says, HOUSE Make Ktlley's your Rift headquarters for House Slippers for all mem- bers of the family. HONEY BUGS LOMOX Choose from 10 colors in narrow am! medium widths. and RICHLY FURRED HAND BEADED CAPfSKIN MOCCASINS You'll reolly "live" in thii bright copeiHn Indian moccoiin . . ." you'll ipend proclicolly every l.iiur. rnomint of your doy in it. Beautiful copeilm in Ihi leoion'l goyeit colon • Gorgoouily beaded Indian de,igni on vamp • Rich rabbit fyr wllar in matching color end fleet, lining to ttep (««t worm and coiy. f.rfitt for a.'"': i"' 1 <h> ilippw for yovrurfl FRIINDIT SNOI STORI Bits of News Phonal Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clark of Starkville, Miss., former Blytheville residents, announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Friday. F. G. Reichel left by plane this morning for Shawano, Wise., where he was called clue to the death of his.sister-in-law. Mrs. W. C. Reichel. Mrs. Reichel had visited in Blytheville several times. Cpl. and Mrs. Johnny Buchanan and daughter, who have been making their home in Olympia, Wash., have returned here to live. At present, they are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Jr., and daughter Laura Ellen of Eaton Town, N. J., arrived in Memphis by plane this morning and were met there by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippen, and her sister. Miss Lib Shippen of Osceola. While here. Mrs. Partlow and daughter will visit Lt. Partlow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, in Blytheville. Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. E. F. Still spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Eleanor Day was in Memphis yesterday afternoon visiting relatives. Mike Dodd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Dodd, is confined to his home with the mumps. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and daughter Deenya will spend the weekend in Oxford, Miss., visiting their daughter and sister, Miss Manya Biankenship, a student at Die Miss. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edds are spending several days in Little Rock and Mulberry visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hires, who have been making their home at 512 South Lake, have moved to Maiden to make their home. Mr. Hires will be engaged in farming there. Drs. Carl and Edna Ntes returned Tuesday from Shelbina, Mo., where they .attended furneral services for her brother, Ray Winget, who died suddenly following a heart attacK last Wednesday. BRIDE- ELECT — Miss Katherine Ann Blackard, daughter of Marshall Blackard of Blytheville and Mrs. S. C. Martin of St. Louis, will become the bride of Larry Louis Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Daniel of Blytheville. (Photo by Westbrook) Engagement of Miss Blackard To Larry,Daniel Is Announced Announced today is the engagement of Katherine Ann Blackard, daughter of Marshall Blackard of Blytheville and Mrs. S. C. Martin of St. Louis, to Larry Louis Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Daniel of Blytheville. Miss Blackard is the granddaughter of B. M. Dach of Paragould and Mrs. J. R. Graves of St. Louis and Mrs. W. D. Blackard and the late Mr. Blackard of Blytheville. The bride-elect attended Blytheville High School where she was a member of the Chickasaw staff and participated in other extracurricular activities. She is also past worthy advisor of the Order of Rainbow Girls. Mr. Daniels is the grandson of Mrs. Milton Daniel and the late Mr. Daniel and W. R. Ellis and the late Mrs. Ellis. The bridegroom-elect is a graduate of Blytheville High School where he was a member of the Lost Cane Club Has Christmas Party Lost Cane Home Demonstration Club members met Wednesday for their annual Christmas party. The] affair was a politick luncheon. Eleven members and four visitors were present. , Mrs. Jimmy Baugher .gave the eye-opener which was a styrofoam replica of Santa Claus and his reindeer. Mrs. Donald Veach gave the devotional using as her theme "Tho Greatest Gift." Mrs. J. R. Dobbs was winner of the door prize. During a brief business session officers for 1956 were elected. They are Mrs. Veach, president; Mrs. Johnny. Homer, vice-president; Mrs. Dobbs, secretary and treasurer. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Bengy Higgins and baby, city Mrs. Percy Crowe, Steele Robert Charles Poppleton, Jr., city Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John T. McBride, city Eisliinal Wilson, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Oregorio Hinojosa, city Miss Jamie Lambert, city football team and B Club. He attended the University of Arkansas and is now employed by Nunn Provision Company. Dianne Branscum Celebrates Birthday Dianne Branscum invited 25 boys and girls to her home Wednesday afternoon to help celebrate her eleventh birthday. The Lange Chicks Tri-Gra-Y were invited to share honors with her since one of the members of the club, Patsy Hodge, has the same birthday and is the same age as Dianne. After gifts Were opened and birthday wishes were made, games were played. A green and white decorated cake was cut and served with iced drinks. Dianne was assisted in entertaining by her mother and Miss Margaret Wright of the Blytheville Y. ORIGINAL FLAG The Lone Star flag of Texas is the only flag of an American state that originally was the flag of a recognized independent country, the Republic of Texas. If skimmed milk is being used in a low calorie diet, the vitamin A ir.isslng from the milk can be sup- pled by green, leafy vegetables. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville 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! THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature IWGBERIJSS ' "VRIXfi r>«.VY ROSEMARY CIIOSBM-CUMY MA-ELLEN ? Cn]orrryTKCllNICOI.OR A MIMOUNT nCItJIf // — AND — WHISTLE STOP" AT,SO CARTOON Open Till 9 P.M. Every Nite Until Christmas , . o i . f ft - Main at First Lad & Lassie Toy Center p n . a-esos 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 T/ie Ideal Christmas Gift: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS Now on Sale at Ritz Box Office THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find Your Name In Our Ed And.B* Our Guest to Set "The View From Pompey's Head" eJ-^flCy* JOlh C«nlwry'Foi pincnb IE VIEW tan Afters HEAD iV!B'9»a/CW •"*' 1 RICHARD WAN DANA WYNTIR CAMMON MITCHIll Wednesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Wednesday Bridge Clubs conducted games yesterday. Mrs. Robert Killinn was a guest when Club Eight members met at the home of Mrs. R. C. Allen. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with white poinsettias and other Christmas decorations. Mrs. G. O. Poetz won high in the games, Mrs. Killian, second high, and Mrs. Jesse White, bridgo. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was hostess to members of Wednesday Bridge Club for the weekly luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge games. An arrangement of chrysanthemums centered the luncheon table. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. F. E- Black won high scores in the games. Bridge winners were Mrs. W. E. Cherry, high, Mrs. J. F. Scrape, second high, and Mrs. Maurice Sanders, bridgo, last night when TLE Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson. Mrs. Sanders was the only guest of the club. A sandwich plate was served by the hostess at the conclusion of the games. PARAMOUNT NEWS * CARTOON Tri-Hi-Y Meets, Groups to Have Party Tri-Hi-Y met Tuesday night at the Blytheville Y with the president, Dolores Lum, presiding. The Tri-Hi-Y is 'working to achieve an AA honor club status and in order to do this certain evidence of accomplishments must be attained on a basis of points before the Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y Conference in Jonesfaoro on April 21-22. The Tri-Hi-Y and the Hi-Y will have a social tonight at 7 o'clock at the home of Rae Scott's. The girls in charge ol party arrangements are Melia Saliba, Peggy Caperton and Rae Miss Melba Marion is advisor of this group, Colds Go To Bed By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Take your choice, if you're under the weather with a cold; stagger around doing your housework or crumple into bed and fret about how far behind you're getting. Decisions of this kind depend upon the character of a woman. Some women consider it more practical to stay on their feet and let the cold drag out longer. Others consider it smarter to get it over with quickly and then, catch up on the work. This column casts its vote with Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nell* Starr Mrs. John W. Edrington and .Mrs. Ed Shippen wilt leave on the 15th to drive to Ocala. Pla., to spend [he Christinas holidays with Mrs. Edrington's daughter, Mrs. Earl Futch, Mr. Futch and son John. Mrs. E. H. Riley invited Mrs. Elliott Sartain and Mrs. Herbert Shippen to join members of Mrs. Eiley's Friday bridge club when she entertained at the Seminole Club with a fried chicken dinner. The two guests were the winners in the games of bridge that followed. and Miss Marjorie Doyle, advisor I to the local group, attended ths meeting and served as group leaders in the training period. They returned home Sunday night. Bill McMath was a Little Rock business visitor during the past week. Mrs. Bill Elias and Mrs. Moses Slimart spent Friday in Memphis. Louis George was in Detroit during the past week to attend an automobile convention. Mrs. A. F. Williams and Mrs. Jean Bjorklund were Memphis visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stanfill were in Kansas City tlie past week to attend a convention. They are returning home Wednesday. All members were present Friday when Mrs. Max Hart was hostess to her bridge club. A dessert course preceded the games. Mrs. Maurine Aston won high, Mrs. James Hart, second, and low went to Mrs. Palmer Stanton. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature JOHN MM-LOM KUWJOM MOMTICU* ^ AlMrtWMMDKMiaiKFICtUK ALSO CARTfltoN FRIDAY & SATURDAY . Double Featura The ferial «C«pt. AMM" No. 14 Cartoon "Supreme Court" David Wilson entertained 50 boys and girls Friday evening with a dance. The occasion was his llth birthday. Out-of-town guests were his cousins, Becky Quinn of Memphis. Jack and Steele Catchings of Bassett. Colorful balloons were suspended from the ceiling. Party foods were served during the evening by David's mother, Mrs. Jack Wilson. Harold Ohlenriorf and his mother, Mrs. D. Ohlendorf, are visiting relatives this week in Illinois. Jack Wilson and Max Hart were Weiner, Ark., during the past I week on a duck hunt at b. K. Hunting Club. Mrs. Dick Bagby was hotsess Friday to her bridge club. A dessert course preceded the games in which Mrs. Faber White won high score and Mrs. John Enochs won second. Members of the Senior Fellowship attending the Presbytery's Youth Rally in Helena Sunday were Jean and Sara Ann Johnson, Nancy Ohlendorf and Shirley George. Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf, adult advisor for the Presbytery Council, staying in bed. It's probably true that a cold lasts seven days if you treat it and a week if you don't, but bed rest has additional values if a woman can rid herself of worry about the house long enough to benefit from it. A mature woman needs her rest to recover her strength. Younger, more resilient' women can totter through a full week while dripping from the nose and watering from the eyes, but grown women more frequently become more ill when not getting their bed rest. A day or two's stay in bed can be used to catch up on beauty tasks, little by little. It's a comfortable place to give one's self a manicure or a dry shampoo. It's also a practical place to do the darning and mending that's been keeping clothes out of circulation. Keep it pretty and as much fun as possible. Wear a warm-colored bcdjacket or sweater. Wear a brassiere for comfort. Even if you have to get up to get your own soup or light lunch, serve it to yourself with favorite china and a whole teapot of tea. Painting Was No Brush-Off CARMEL, Calif. i/Pi — Theater manager Ray Thome put up a blajik canvas with brushes and oil paints nearby and a note asking Carmel residents to try their hand at painting during breaks at the movie house. After a few weeks, with the canvas full of varied designs. Thome decided to enter the pinting in a contest—just for laughs. A few weeks later, to his amazement, he was told the painting won third prize in a contest and would be hung in a San Francisco art gallery. GIVE HIM or HER Golf Equipment FOR CHRISTMAS Gloves Bags Hood Covers Sold Exclusively By Pros. PAUL FARRINGTON Blytheville Country Club Hlway 61 N. Ph. 3-9726 SAVE AT ZELLNER'S Pre-Chrislmas SALE Regular Up to $10.98 SHOES $099 .„, $-599 2 3 AH Heel Heights and All Colors, Plenty of Good Sizes but not in every style. Come early if you really want a bargain. Come in to see our beautiful line » of Oompie's Gift House Shoes ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP Oft** 204 W. Main In Blytheville

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