The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 6, 1956
Page 2
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FACE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 19M — Society News - . in. Mallnrv. Society Editor * Phone >• MHB Millit Ann Mallory, Society Editor 4461 George Xenos, Miss Quarles Exchange Vows Mr and Mrs. Jessie Quarles an" nounce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Jessie Merle Quarles to George Xenos, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Xenos of BWhwrtU*- The couple was married March 31 with the R*v. Mr. Schutt officiating. Miss Quales graduated from High School, Hughes, Art., »' here ..^" wu football queen and president of future Homemakers of America She also attended Arkansas State College and is now employed at Blue cross-Blue Shield in St. Louis. Mr. Xenos graduated from Bh- theville High School where he was .member of the Beta Club and football team. He served,four years with ttie Navy and is now a student at Arkansas State College. The' groom will continue his studies at Washnigton University m St. Louis where the couple will make their home. BRIDE — Miss Jessie Merle Quarles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Quarles, became the bride of George Xenos, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Xenos, in a ceremony solemnized March 31. Thursday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Thursday bridge clubs conducted limes yesterday. Thursday Club played at the home of Mrs. Byron Morse with Mrs. John Cherry as guest. Luncheon was served from the dining table which was centered with an arrangement of pansies. Mrs. Ed Dicks and Mrs. J. A Leech won high scores. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertained Mid-WMk Club members and one guest, Mrs. W. T. Morrow, at her home. Lilacs formed the luncheon table centerpiece with iris and lilies decorating entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. B. A. LyncH won high scores. Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Mar- Tin Robinson were guests when Thursday Contract Club played at the home of Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. Spring bouquets were used in entertaining rooms of the home. Winners were Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. E. P. Borum. Kibitzer Club members and guests were entertained wit ha dessert- bridge at the home of Mrs. Robert McHaney. Quests were Mrs. Ben Harpole and Mrs. M. J. .Quadra. Bridge winners were Mrs. Chnrlps Afflick and Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr. A profusion of spring flowers decorated the McHaney home. Mrs. Goodman Complimented With Shower Mrs. Joe Goodman, who is leaving Monday for Pine Bluff to make her home, was complimented yesterday with a morning .party and shower at the home of Mrs. Jerry Hord. Mrs. Goodman will accompany her husband to Pine Bluff where he will be employed by the Pine Bluff Arsenal. During the morning, party foods were served from i. table centered with a miniature Japanese garden scene. Japanese umbrellas topped the party foods and were also favors. Presenting gifts to the honoree were Mrs. John Prather, Mrs. Vir_ inia Drew, Mrs. Dick Bednnr, Mrs. Everett I. Clark. Mrs. W. D Cobb, Mrs. L. A. Brandon, Mrs. Jack Cowger, Mrs. Joe Joyner, Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mrs. John Shaddix,, Mrs. J. W. Turner and Mrs. Max Usrey. The Corps of Engineers Woman's Club also gave Mrs. Goodman a set of costume jewelry ns her "arewell gift. Lottie Moon YWA Conducts Program Meeting Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Lois Gestring with eight members present. Olenda Penny led the opening prayer with PaLsy Gentry conducting the business session. During this session, plans were rrmde for the group to give towels to the Re.scufi Mission as their community mission project for the month. The program on talents was in charge of Marcella Ray with Betty Stinnett, Geraldine Hlnton and Glendn Penny assisting her. Miss Hinton gave the dismissal prayer. Mrs. Floyd Phillips was hostess when D-Bly Bridge Club played at the Razorback. Playing with the club were Mrs. Ed Tov/nsend, Mrs. Billy Keener, Mrs. Lamar Wilborn and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Mrs. S. T. Jennings won high score, Mrs. Townscnd, second high, and Mrs. John Farley, Jr., bridgn Thursday Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Mrs. Lowe centered her individual tables with lilacs and pansies in crystal budvases. Planters filled with pansies were the prizes presented to Mrs. Raymond Smith and Mrs. Charles ! Alford. Rustic Inn was the meeting place for La Nueve Club when Mrs. N. G. Jerome was hostess. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe and Mrs. Newton Whitis were winners at the dessert-bridge. Osceola Auxiliary Has Coffee At Florida Home Junior Service Auxiliary of Osceola held Its annual bundle coffee at the home of Mrs. George Florida yesterday. As guests called and presented their bundles they were ushered into the dining room and were served party foods along with coffee from ft table centered with fushia and white stocks. Clothing collected at this annual affair will be used in the Auxiliary's Thrift Shop which will be open during cotton chopping season. Make a Date with the Newest COME IN AND THE BLOCK/ ( OK 'ROUND TH5 JOWN\ IF YOU LIKtl J SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER Mrs. Eller Presides at Visa Club Mrs. Eve Eller presided Inst night when the Visa Club held its monthly meeting. During; the business session plans were made for the club t.o have a social at thfi homo of Mrs. Ro.sco Cntfton Jr., 1036 Hnrdin, on April ] 18. Mrs. Nellie Clienault and Mrs. Joyce Willin provided refreshments for last night's meeting. Mrs. Mines Honors Mother With Coffee Here * Mrs. Sidney C. Hines entertained with n coffee at her home here yesterday in compliment to her mother, Mrs. Lillinn Lord, ,who is visiting here from Denver, Colo. Attending the coffee were Mrs. Marilyn llevern, Mrs. Harriett Mattinely, Mrs. WilUnm H. Stroller. Mrs. Jitmcs Pomeroy, Mrs. Frnnk Wagner, Jr., Mrs. Minnie Worlund, Mrs. Eva Worlund, Mrs. Betty Parks, Mrs. Anne Lewis, Mrs. Jane Paulson. Mrs. Edith Jenson, Mrs. Ailcen Redler, Mrs. Barbara Hanft, Mrs. Donna Berrlsford and Mrs. June Gary. Mrs. Gary presided at the serving table. 14 Members Are Present When PLA Has Meeting Fourteen members of Pentecostal Ladies Auxiliary of Full Gospel Tabernacle met last- night at the home of Mrs. Freddy Hodge. Mrs. Rein ell Balentine was co- hostess. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Hodge with group prnypr being the opening prayer. For the devotional, each member repeated her favorite scripture. Mrs. Irene Davis gave the secretary's report. Secret pals exchanged gifts and drew names for the coming month after which Mrs. Fay Austin gave the closing prayer. The hostess server! a sandwich plate nnd iceci drinks. COBBIES .. A'REDCROSS SHOE i .::- Natural Straw 10' Flow Motion — the new sensalion in shoes ihoJ flex and flow wilh every movement of your foot Other Miort young Cobbiei fl« H }]'* West brook's :•' . • FAMILY SHOE STORE KOI r>0 (6nritcli6n whottv«r with Thit A me'if on Mrs. R. H. Hood is critically 111 in Chickasawba Hospital. Members of her family here to be with her are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hood of Walnut Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hood of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs: Lawrence -Hood of Salem, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hood of Detroit and Aubrey Hood of Oklahoma City. Mrs. Mary Hatfield is undergoing treatment at Chictasswba Hospital. She Is in Room 50-A. Mrs. W. T. Morrow left today for Trenton, Tenn., where she will spend ten days visiting relatives. Mrs. Robert killian and daughter Bobbye June have returned from Memphis where they visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Don Coulter, and Mr. Coulter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lawrence and children Patricia, Paul David and Ray will spend the weekend in Little Rock visiting Mr. and Mrs. Olen Grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson announce the birth of their first child, a son, yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Jackie Carl. Mrs. Johnson is the former Miss Junnita Pruitt. Mrs. E. F. Still and Mrs. Gean Atkinson are In Osceola today to attend a fashion show at the Seminole Club.. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson and ' Mrs. Robert McHaney and children i left this morning for Montgomery, Ala., where they will visit Lt. Col. and Mrs. John S. Hudson and children. Miss Gailya Stilwell is spending today in Trumann visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Houston. Mrs. Glenn Harvey of Magnolia is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor, for several days. Those in Osceola from out-of- town Wednesday to attend funeral services for R. C. Bryan were Enoch Brown. Ho.ward Moore,. Joe Denham, Mrs. T. K. Young, Wells Awsumb, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kreiger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles :urtis, Mrs. W. R. Bond, Mrs. Rollln Wilson, Sr., Don Paige, I Fred Ivy, Howard Pritchard, Mrs. j J. A. Moran, Mr. and Mrs. George j Awsumb. Mrs. L. L. Bronson, Mr. j and Mrs. Charles Fritz, Frazier Young. Dick Sherrick and J. P. Norflcet. all of Memphis. j Others were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Draper, Mrs. Helen Stevens of. Forrest City; Mrs. A. C. Robinson and Dodridge McCulloch of Mari-. anna; Mrs. Howard Stuck and Mrs . Joe Clay Young of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wertz of Martin.: Tenn.: My. and Mrs. Bud Bowber : , of Little Rock nnd Mrs. Walter Pace of Crawford.sville. Also attending were Frank Bell ' of Lepanto: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ! Kelly and daughter of Itta Benna, [ Miss.; Mrs. Tom Wilsford of Lula, Miss.; L. L. Gray of St. Louis; j Mrs. Prnnk Turner of Sumner, \ Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dunlap i of Jacksonville;'Mrs. R. A. Cald- wcll, Sr., of Proctor; Mrs. Frork McCachren and Small Morgan of Round Pond: F. G. Marble and D. R. Bnker of Leland. Miss.: Dr Paul McCain of Arkansas State College: Miss Mary Carter nnd Mrs. Marie Cheshire of Cotton Plant; Rllbus Branch and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Childs. Sr., from Miss Copeland Speaks at Luxora Rotary Meeting LUXORA—Miss Elizabeth 1 " Copeland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hueh Copeland of bsceoln, was guest speaker last night when Luxora Rotary Club held its monthly meeting. , Miss Copeland, who is a graduate of Washington University, i* one of the 60 students to whonjf the Luxora Club has made financial grants within the past five yeari. These loans are made to the students and are payable after brad- uacion on a four per cent interest basis. Donations and memorial funds to the Rotary Club make these grants possible. Miss Copeland panls to continue her studies at Columbia University in New York where she will work on her master's degree in commercial art and painting. She also plans to teach on tha college level while there. Two guests at the meeting were Jack Dillard, president of the Lexington. Nebr., Rotary Club and Prewitt Semmes of Detroit, a former Osceola resident. Pecan Point and the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Burkett and Mrs. Joe Miller from Bassett. Attending from Blytheville were Hayes Sullivan. Sr., Hayes Sullivan. Jr., Paul Westbrook, Don Copeland and Walter S. Marble. Those from Luxora were Mrs. Sam Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Langston. Mrs. Elizabeth Siliman, Mr. and Mrs. Torn Callis, Mrs. R. L. HoUck, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Sliman, Mrs. Jess Brown. Mrs. -Lem Stanford. Mrs. Thurman Rowlett, Sr., of Cornvay is the houseguest of her son, Thurman Rowlett, Jr., Mrs. Rowlett and daughter Amy Elizabeth. They also have as a guest Mr. Rowlett's sister, Miss Judy Rowlett. who is a member of the Wheaton, 111., school faculty. Mrs. J. A. Luckett and daughter. Miss Neal Luckett, are in Osceola today to attend the luncheon and [ashion show at the Seminole Club. MiM Patsy Gentry Miss Gentry Engaged to Donald Hyde Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gentry announce the engagement of their daughter, Patsy Louise, to Donald Hyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hyde, all of Blytheville. Miss Gentry is a member of the 1955 graduating class of Blytheville High School. Mr. Hyde ii a graduate of Gosnell High School where he served as president of his senior class. He is now employed by Norman shields Construction company. The couple will exchange vows in June. Singing Convention To be at Dyess Church Mississippi County Singing Convention will , meet Sunday at the Assembly of God Church in Dyess. The program begins at 2 p. m. THIRD ANNUAL Children's Portrait CONTEST Now through April 14 Dial 3-8666 For Further Information Lee Bearden Photography CHILD ART STUDIO 19 \V. Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Box Office Opens 6:45 S^w Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times On South Highway 61 GiANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30—Show Starts at Dusk Admission 50c—Children Under 12 Free with Parents LAST TIMES TONIGHT FRIDAY & SAiVRDAY Double Feature WEISSMfiLLER PLUS SHORT AND CARTOON —AND— SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Serial, No. 1 "Perils of Wilderness" and Carloon SUNDAY & MONDAY WICA81 BtNION R[IO-NA!ALi[ WOOD A tJnMKl!!l!2m)ti«ul P'-'"* METRO NK\VS & SKLKOTEI) SHORTS £ DANE CLARK OFHCL AN ALL1EO ARTISTS MCTUM ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY and MONDAY NOTHING BFATS THE EXOTEMEirr OF •• ALAN I ADD J as the Injun-Lover in DELMER DAVES* • •DRUMBEAT! WARNERCOLOR- STEREOPHONIC SOUND «m«»K! AUDREY DALTCN MARISA PAVAN -, mm «om • woa/o ram (5f . WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY DELMER DAVES- iwnranwmoi mx. \ PLUS COMEDY AND SELECTED SHORT ArmorelHDClub Has Dinner AtMcCannHome Armorel Home Demonstration Club met «t the home of Mrs. Weldon McCann yesterday for a potluok luncheon with ten members >rid three visitors present. Visitors were Mrs. Peggy Buch«n»n, Mrs. Fielder Peery and Mrs. Billie Je»n McCutchen. Mrs. Buchanan gave the devotional with Mrs. McCann leading in prayer. Mrs. W. L. Smith gave a talk on the legend of the Doc- wood tree. County home demonstration agent Mrs. Gertrude Holiman gave a demonstration on interior decorating and also told the group about the home show in Memphis this month. In the social hour, prizes were won by Mrs. Pat Patterson and Mrs. Taft Metzger. The club's next meeting will be K workshop at Jhe Forty and Eight Community Center on April 18. Harry Levenstein, Mrs. Roleson Are Bridge Winners Harry Levenstein »nd Mrs. Jim Roleson with 53'/ 2 points won the four-table Howell movement played last night by Duplicate Bridge League. , Taking second position were Mri. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Alta Cameron with 46 points. Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Jim Roleson were third with 45!4 points. Dell Bridge Club Plays at Home Of Mrs. Brownlee Dell Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. Earl Brownlee Tuesday night with Mrs. Forrest Moore of Blytheville and Mrs. Floyd Phillips as guests. Mrs. R. E. Greenway and Mrs. Moore were game winners. The hostess served a dessert course and used spring flowers to decorate her home. HARD-OF-HEARING? LEND AN EAR —just for 10 days. If you're noi convinced that the new Zenith tubeless, transistor hearing aids give you belter hearing, performance and convenience—then we'll refund every cent you've paid! 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