The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 10, 1955
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BLYTHEVILLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10. 195» - Society News - :- »„. Mollnrv Sni-iet.v Editor * Mis» Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Women's Club Has Christmas Musical Tea; 60 Members Present The Woman's Club held its annual Christmas musical tea yeskrday afternoon at the Clubhouse with 60 members in attendance. Attached to the entrance door wiis a large wreath made of greenery and tinkling bells. The mantel in the clubhouse was banked with holly and silvered magnolia leaves. Standing on either side of the fireplace were giant red candles.. The refreshment table, which was laden with all types of party foods, was overlaid with a red Christmas cloth and centered with Santa Claus and eight reindeer on a silver tray. The centerpiece was flanked by Milled by Mr. and Mrs. toy" Owen who were accompanied by Mis. C 'Murray Smart, the hiph school girls trio and junior high boys glee These two numbers were under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, school choir director. Mrs. W K. Conner was winner of the door prize. Hostesses for the tea were Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, chairman; Mrs W R Campbell, Mi's. C, L. Bits of News ffloif Mrs. R. A. Porter and Mrs. B. A. Lynch left yesterday for Searcy and Conway. Mrs. Lynch will visit relatives in Searcy while Mrs. Porter is attending an executive board meeting of the state chapter of PEO I Sisterhood. Mrs. Porter is state corresponding secretary. Whife in Conway she will bs the guest of Mrs. H. P. Westmorland, state president. E. H. Fersuson is a patient in Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis. , Mr. arid Mrs. Albert S. Ross announce the birth of a daughter re- Brogdori. Mrs. Alice Womack. Mrs. reor^e M Lee Mrs Theodore Lo-1 nounce me umn •j' <* un" B «"-- -- j... B ^ u *.* r ~~~ .._- — - "' =. "oienn Ladd, Mrs. H. C. cently at Baptist Hospital in Mem- gold and silver tapers in branched gan A"*••u ^^ ^^ ^ baby has been namcd Mrs W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. | Deborah Kim. Mrs. Ross andjn- Charlcs Ray Newcomb. Mrs. Ed - ' - Rice and Mrs. O. S. Rollison. Mrs Lee and Mrs. Hoyt Brown ENGAGED — In a ceremony to be solemnized Dec. 28, at Osceola First Methodist Church, Miss Joan Frances Pegues, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Pegues of Osceola, will become the bride of George Conclitt Stanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford of Luxora. silver candelabra. The program was opened a Christmas reading by Mrs. ip Deer. Musical selections in . keeping . with the yuletide season were pre- . . were program chairmen. Musical Program at First Christian Church to Open Christmas Season A. musical afternoon at 5 L..... ....-_. in the churches of Blytheville. The chancel. Junior, intermediate and cherub choirs of the church will all take part In this presentation with W. S. Bader, Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Jack Harrington serving as choir directions. "0 Come All Ye Faithful.' wlU be the candlelight processional with other numbers on the program being, "A Heavenly Song Is Sung, "O Holy Night," "A Joyous Christma* Song, While Shepherds Watched Their Sheep." "As Lately We Watched," "HalLeujah Chorus, from Handel's "The Messiah," and •-'Come Marie, Ellzabette." Mrs. Jerry Morgan, is soloist for the chancel choir numbers. Tomorrow night at First Baptist Church special carol-test will be held In connection with the white at First Christian Church tomorrow open the Christmas season Christmas program and later in the evening a group of young people wiU go caroling . ^ Dessert-Bridge Compliments Miss Pryor Miss Nora Simpson and Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt of Little Rock were hostesses with a dessert-bridge last fant daughter will return to their home at 818 Chickasawba here today. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush will leave in the morning for Knoxville, Tenn.. to visit their sons. Allen and Condon, at the University of Tennessee. They are going especially for graduation exercises at the University next Friday. Allen will receive hi.- bachelor of law and j || Ladies of Club ToHave Annual Christmas Party Ladies of the Country Club «long with their guests will be entertained with the annual Christmas party at the club Thursday with the ailaiv being a 1 p.m. luncheon followed by and afternoon of bridge and canasia games for those wishing to piny. Mrs. R. H. Kirby Is general chairman of the hostess committee with her assistants being Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. E. B Gee, Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mrs. E. F. StiU, Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mrs. Arthur Vance. Decorating of the club for the holiday season is in charge of Mrs. E. A. Stacy and Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Coming Events Miss Pegues of Osceola to Wed GeorgeCondittStanfordofLuxora receive h> bachelor of law and | Mr. and Mrs. John P. Pegues of Osceola_ today announce bachelor of science degrees in bus- th engagement and approaching marriage of their daughtei mess administration in these exer- ^.^ j° a ° j, rances p e gues, to George Condltt Stanford, son Of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford of Luxora. Mrs. Abbott Re-Elected by Flat Lake Club Mrs. C. M. Abbott was re-elected president of Plat Uke Home Demonstration Club when the cltlb held its Christmas meeting at the clubhouse Thursday. A not 1 "!* luncheon preceded the business session. Other officers elected to serve witn Mrs. Abbott were Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, vice-president; Mrs. John Nelson, secretary, and Mrs. Garrett, Abbott, treasurer. Roll call was answered by ringing of different Christmas bells. The devotional, taken from Luke, was given by Mrs. C. B. Woods. In the Christmas floral arrangements brought by those in attendance, Mrs. Ethel Bedford won first place with second.going to Mrs. J. W. Malooey and Mrs. W. P. Fitzgerald. Mrs. Aubrey Bruce won third. ^Wednesday Bridge Club meeting Circles meeting. i *•' '"«.• Circle One meetin gat home ot with Mrs. Bi'U Siuimt Phi c ". v Council meeting at home of Mrs. Edgar Parks 7'30 p.m. ' THURSDAY Corps of Eimineers Woman's Club meetin gat Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jerry Herd and Mrs. Dick Bednar are hos- "Ladle. Day at Country Club. 1 P LaNueve Club having Christmat party at Hotel Noble, Mid-Week Club having Chnstmai part yal Country Club. ' Chi'llion Club meeting with Mrs. Marv Hatfield. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. FRIDAY Chapter N PEdS having Christmas party at home ol Mrs. Alvin Hviff- man. Jr.. 2 p.m. Married Young people's Department of First Baptist Church having banquet at church, 7 p.m. Miss Evelyn Oakley of Memphis, Tennessee state BWC president, will be guest speaker. Friday Contract Club meeting C. W. Garrigan for Special Dress-Up Wear Delta Kappa Gamma Has Christmas Party night complimenting bride - elect Melba Pryor. The affair was given at the home of Mrs. Van Zandt's aprents. Mr and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Wedding bells and pink chrysanthemums were used to decorate entertaining rooms of the home. Miss Pryor, who wore a charcoal gray sheath dress, received a pompom corsage, accented with miniature bells, and a gilt of silver from her hostesses. Mrs. Paul Pryor. mother of the honoree, also received a gift corsage. In the games of bridge , Miss Marge Hale won high score, Mrs. P D Foster, Jr.. second high, and Mrs. Tommy Westbrook, low. Miss Pegues attended. William Church in Osceol Wood College at Fulton. Mo. Mr. Stanford is a gradaute of Delia Kappa Gamma held Christmas meeting at the home ot Mrs. Harry Cook in Dell Thursday night. Miss Alice Marie Ross. Miss Mm- i nie Foster and Mrs. Ira Gray wera | co-hostesses for the affair. A program on the United Nations. which included the showing of a film on the organization, was presented by Miss Thelma Cathey. s In keeping with the group's project ol child welfare work. Mrs. Lillian Prank introduced Charles Edwards and Mrs. John TjTone with the Child Welfare Office. Mr. Edwards spoke on how the welfare program is set up and its different divisions. Following his needy children during the holiday season. Miss Foster conducted a brief business session after which the hostesses served party toods in keeping with the yuletide season. the University of Arkansas and has recently returned from two years with the Army. He is now engaged in farming at Luxora. The wedding ceremony will take place Wednesday. Dec. 28. at five o'clock at the First Methodist Mrs. Conrad White, sister of the bride, and Tommy Stanford, brother of the groom, will be attendants. ^ I Friday Clubs Min-1 / Weekly Games Friday bridge clubs met yester- Friciay Contract Club met at the home of Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr. Plaving with the club was Mrs. Clco LaiiBston. who recently return- Focal point in the entertaining rooms of the home was a white Christmas tree. Bridge winners were Mrs. PollicK, hinh. Mrs. Langston. second high. and Mrs. Loy Welch, bridge. AI the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital James Garner, city Xeal Bailey. Holland Mrs. Lynn Cooper, city Mrs. John Ed Grimes, city Chickasawba Hospital R;\y Rambo, city Mrs. Eunice Young, city Mrs. Roscoe Cralton. Jr., city Dennis Caldwell. city John Nelson, city W. C. Lawler, city- Walls Hospital Mrs. P. C. Keeling and baby. Rt. 3. city Holice Evatt, city Elmer W. Perry. Rt. 1. city SUNDAY Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church entertaining with tea honoring the Rev. and Mrs. J. Raymond Demon, at home 01 Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba 11CO Ciuntry Club Drive, 3 to 5 p. m MONDAY Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church having Christmas party at home of Mrs. Orval Cud. 307 East Missouri. 6:30 p. m. WSCS Circles of First Methodist Church meeting. Circle One with Mrs. Ben White. 2 p.m. Circle Two with Mrs. Johnny Young. 2 p.m. Circle Three with Mrs. Gus Eberdt. 2 p.m. Circle Four with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. % 1 p.m. Circle Five and Mrs. Robert Killian, 2 p.m. Circle Six with Mrs. Fred Fleeman, 2 p.m. Circle Seven wiih Mrs. Glenn Teague. 7:33 p.m. \VMTJ Circles of First Baptist Church meeting. Circle One with Mrs. Edward Peterson, Circle Two with Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. Circle Three with Mrs. Brown. Circle Four with Mrs. Ah in Huffman, Sr. Circle Five with Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Circle Six with Mrs. Ted Brown. Circle Seven with Mrs. C. M. Abbott. BWC Number Eight meeting at home of Miss Ramona Crafton for Christmas party. Presbyterian Women of Church M eon. Johnny Marr for 1 p.m. lunch. Circle Two meeting at home ol Mrs. Jesse White for 12:30 luncheon. Circle Three meeting st church for 1 p.m. luncheon. Circle Four meeting at home o! Mrs. Flov whitner. 2 p.m. Christmas party. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Harman Taylor. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League. SUNDAY Piano students of Mrs. J. Cecil ,,, Pim , wnitner -DPI i Lowe entertaining their parents with Circles F™ "S s£ meeting at' tea a, home of Mrs. tow chu xn at 7 p.m. for supper. Begmners will play at 2 p^ with Circle Seven meeting with Mrs. D. fourth grade students pta mg at B Mclhvaln. 8 p.m. . ! 3:30 p.m. Fifth grade students will WMU Circles of Trinity Baptist play at, 4:30 p.m. Clulrch meeting at church. 2 p.m. i - Christian Women's Fellowship Ex-1 4 ecutive Board meeting at church ai;yu/et r lease 10:30 a.m. The Women's Fellowship j will have luncheon and Christmas | HUNTINGTON. W. Va. —_In- party at 12. . Love and Charity Groups of First j with all Christian Church having party at muster| church? 6:30 p.m. ! mates of the Cabell County Jail, Orpheus Club meeting at home 01 Mrs. George Lee. 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Tri-Town Club meeuig at home of Mrs. Russell H. Farr. Officers Wives Club meeting at Rustic Inn. 12:30 p.m. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Mrs. Robert McGraw entertaining CIB Bridge Club at Hotel Noble. ! Mrs. R. J. McKlnnon entertaining Hoyt \ Tuesday bridge Club. 1 Eastern Star having stated meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m., preceded by potluck supper. WEDNESDAY Sudbury PTA meeting at 7:3:1 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting, 7 p.m. Chapter D PEO having Christmas party and luncheon at home of Mrs. J. A. Leech. 1 p.m. Mrs. W. R. Lawshe is co-hostess. Mrs. Paul Jobe entertaining Club Sue Burnett Extremely becoming to a woman's figure is this simple frock with it.s slenderizing lines, face-framing contrast at the neckline. Pattern No. 8178 Is In sizes 34. 3fi. 38. 40. 42. 44.. 46. 48. Size' 36. '.i yard luce. For this pattern, -send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size de--ired. and the PATTERN NUM- r~~: to Sui> B'.trnmt. Blythcvil.'e Co Tier News. 372 W. Quincy S::TCI. Chicago 6. 111. Wilh you! pattern order include an additional 25 cent* for your copy of our f -'--ciiiating new fall & winter '55'-rn book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains a WL'MLli of j.-t'w-.simplc, up-to-the-minute styles, special features, color iincl style. Dorcas Class Has Annual Christmas Party Dorcas Class of. First Baptise Church met at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons yesterday for its Christmas party. Mrs. -M. W. Lewis and Mrs. C. F Tucker were co-hostesses. The traditional holiday ornaments were used to decorate the Lemons' home !or the parly. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert opened tht: meeting with prayer with a reading on Christmas in foreign lands be- ir.ii Riven by Mrs. Tucker. The devoliomil was given by Mrs Lemons who read the Christmas slory as told in Luke. Mrs. N. W BriRhum dismissed the group. During; Hie .social hour the group excharmed gifts nrmmd the Christ,' mas tree. Mrs. Lemons. claM teacher, and Mrs. Lewis, class president received special gifts. Treasured Table Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mrs. Alex Hill and Mrs. Dale Dunlap were guests when Friday Club played ac MIAMI. Okla. ito — One of the | lho honie 0 [ Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson . . . most treasured possessions of Mrs. Emma Schubert is a plain, wooden kitchen table. ^ 6 Christmas was in evidence in the entertaining rooms of the home m — , (lrst I u,j. various novelties used for deco- Catholic bishop. Theophile Meers-1 rations. chaert when he made a mission- Mrs. Farns McCalla and Mis arv visit to the Quapaw Indian Dunlap won high scores m tm. tribe in 1892. It was later used by games. Bridgo was awarded Mrs. many ministers. Read Courier New? Classified Ads Goodman. Party foods were served by the hostess. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:CO o.r^. Admission Inc & 35c At All I'imes the dignity they could formally registered a complaint with city police: trucks loading in a nearby alley were disturbing their rest. MOX THEATRE On W. .Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. Busy Girls Tri-Gra-Y Has Party Christmas party yesterday afternoon at the home of La Wanda Barnr-tt. The Christmas motif was carried nut in decorations of the home and in 'the refreshments of punch, sandwiches and cookies. Those attending were Marcia Davis, Judy Young, Mary Helen Oakley. Carol Ami Croft. Barbara Cubic June Cochran. Mary Lou Weatherfoid. Marilee Wells. Cherry Coop-'r. Betty Sue Larkin, Mary Mac Hopkins ami Patricia Mosley Open Till 9 P.M. Every Nite Until Christmas Led & Lassie Toy Center I'M" 3 Rsn.t G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Vitif Conny't Conoco Service, Aih & Diviiion $125 SUNDAY $125 1 DINNER I APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Raked Young Tom Turkey, Sage Dressing and Gihlet Gravy Roast Sirloin of Beef and Brown Gravy Breaded Pork Chops CHOICE OF TWO V. jETABLES Blue Lake Green Beans Buttered Asparagus Spears naked Macaroni AuGratin Parsley Buttered Potatoes SALAD Congealed Fruit Salad DESSERT Bread Pudding and Vanilla Sauce Serving Home Mad* Hot Rofli Take Ihe family out for Sunday Dinner RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blytheville's Favorite Eating Place LAST TiMES TODAY Double Feature The Cinemascope at Its Best Mr. and ilrs. Damon Cook With Stereophonic Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eubanks Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rozy Program Announcements Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Henry The Ideal Christmas Gift: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS Now on Sale at Ritz Box Office The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! SATURDAY Double Feature Serial "Capt. Africa" No. M Cartoon "Seapreme Court" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature HART RAY USTINOV MMRTWUCM _ WOITH8MMH '•£> ctSMMMCM mvMcncHCL MVWOlfVt* METRO NEWS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature W JWt Brno* .WUKJTMTOII-8M «!*»•* ffl» An ALLIED ARTtSTS Pictijr* —.... —•--ivM.wmmU'Cimas.Bewi CARTOON "BABY BOOGIE" SUNDAY and MONDAY Find Your Namt In Our Ad And Be Our Guest to See "Female On The Beach" " FEMALE ON THE BEACH" Starring .JOAN JEFF CRAWFORD CHANDLER PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON — AND — ;r DANE CLARK BLACKOUT Cartoon & Serial Sat. Owl Show ' Starts 11:30 p.m. "SCARED TO DEATH" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature FltD CHAHTGN DOM* BMBIB THE FAR HORIZONS coum.v TECHNICOLOR VISTAVl! ,1 *(>*«*? A.irt Wwn.fl*. »'•• — AND — "RAGE AT DAWN" With Randolph Scott in Cinemascope ALSO CARTOON

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