The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1955 · Page 4
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PAG* FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 12,1358 - Society News - i» Ann Mallorv. Society Editor ' ™ 01 Mi*e Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Tea at Fred S. Saliba Home Given In Honor of Rev. J. R. Denton The home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba, 1100 Country Club Drive, was the setting yesterday afternoon for one of the largest of the holiday season parties. Hostesses at the tea were members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephens Episcopal Church, who entertained in compliment to the church's new priest, the Rev. J. Raymond Denton and Mrs. Denton. Guests were greeted by Mrs. E. im,iuuc" u ...~.. 0 —_ --- — cS«president of the hostess who called between the hours vine, jjt»•<*%. *v r.'flnf]( tn mppr. (Approximately 60 Guests Attend Coffee Honoring Miss Pryor Approximately 60 guests called Saturday afternoon from 3 to 4:30 p.m. when Mrs. C. L. Nabers, Mrs. Lillian Frank, Mrs. W. S. Johnston and Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertained with a coffee honoring Miss Melba Pryor. . , organization, who presented them to the receiving: line, composed of the Rev Mr. and Mrs. Denton, Mr. and Mrs. Saliba and E. R. Mason, warden of St. Stephen's Church. Decorations throughout the home were in keeping with the traditional holiday theme, with pink and gold selected as the color scheme. A large green Christmas tree trimmed with pink ornaments and pink roping, was lighted by spotlights, and was surrounded by packages wrapped in pale pink paper. Masses of pink and gold magnolia leaves, sprinkled with glitter, were banked on the piano. A jolly white Santa Claus drove a sleigh filled with pink carnations and greenery, and pulled by nine golden reindeer, across the mantel. A large gold candle set in a bank of gold magnolia leaves was used on the low coffee table. In the dining room the Madeira covered refreshment table was centered with a silver footed crystal bowl of pink carnations. Silver services were used at either end of the table, from which tea and coffee, together with assorted party foods, were served. Tall pink tapers burning in a silver branched candelabra were reflected in a mirrored base on the buffet and cast a soft light on the Madonna and Child figurine also used on the buffet. A gay Santa Claus In a shadow box and golden candles surrounded by holly and red berries were used to decorate the den of the home. Christmas carols were softly played during the afternoon. Presiding at the refreshment table were Mrs. E. A. Stacy, Mrs. ' Tops In Junior Styles Andrew Moses. Mrs. Leroy Huddleston and Mrs..Mason. Assisting in entertaining were Misses Selma Saliba, Mella Saliba, Martha Huddleston. Emily Damon and Sandra Yates and Mrs. Dale Dunlap. Included among the 150 guests ..ho called between the hours of three and five o'clock to meet the Rev Mr. and Mrs. Denton, were members of the Blytheville Ministerial Alliance and their wives, in addition to guests from Osceola, Steele and Jonesboro. Mrs. Denton, who wore a gown jf black crepe with touches of pink at the neckline, was presented a corsage of pink carnations. Steele Bride-Elect Complimented STEELE — Miss Joan Hamra. bride-elect of Bill Homra of Fulton, Ky.., was complimented with a tea Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Bobbins. The honoree wore a trousseau frock of pink velveteen. Her flow- ;rs were a nosegay of pink chry- ;anthemums with a silver trim, a jift of the hostess. Mrs. Sam Hamra, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. William iomra and Mrs. John Noffel. mother and grandmother of the bridegroom - elect, were special quests. The tea table was covered with i pink and silver cloth and cen- ered with an arrangement of pink md silver decorations carrying out the bridal and Christmas hemes. This centerpiece was lighted by pink candles in silver candelabras. The same pink and silver theme was used In the decorations of the other entertaining rooms of the lome. Presiding at the table were Mrs. J. H. Workman of Portageville and Mrs. Fred Homra of Fulton, Ky. Assisting in serving were Mrs. W. A. Dates and Mrs. Essie Brooks. 8342 9-11 Sue Burnett Here's the pet of fashion this sea son — the beautifully fitting long torso frock with a choice of collarec or low square necklines. Pattern No. 8342 is in sizes 9, 11, 12, 13. 14, 16. 18. Size 11, short sleeve, 4 7 i yards of 35-inch; 2 yards lace for collar. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. With your pattern order include lin additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall & winter '55 pattern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains » wealth of sew-simplo. up-to-the-minute styles, special features, color and style. Young Compli Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barkley of Memphis announce the birth of a daughter. Lill Angeliiue, at Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Dec. 8. Mrs. The affair was yiven at the home of Mrs. Melvin Ilalsell. Christinas candles, poinsettias and red carnations were used to decorate the Halsell home. The local point in the living room was Santa Claus in his sleigh which was pulled by giant reindeer. The sleigh was filled with red baubles the weekend in Memphis as the guests of James Via. While there they attended a Christmas party at the home of Freda Myers. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woodard of Memphis were weekend guests ol Mrs. Woodard's father. Earnest L. Parker, and Mrs. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray spent yesterday In Dexter as guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson and daughter were in Jackson, Ti yesterday visiting rel Mrs. F. E. Rose, wl treatment at a hop --Tex., is staying at ihe Melrose Hotel. Room 418 A. while in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Hawkins and daughters of Memphis were guests yesterday of her brother, Paul Mahon and Mrs. Mahon. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey spent '.-esterday in Coinvay visiting their jons. Howard and Ted, students at Hendrix College and their daughter, Mrs. Georee Kamp, and Mr. Kamp. They went especially to hear Handel's "The Messiah," which was presented at the First Methodist Church there last night. Their son. toward, was a member of the choral group which presented the program- Mrs. Lucy McAdams returned yes- .erday from Indianola, Miss., where she spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Torn B. Miller, Mr. Miller and their infant son. Mac. Mrs. McAdams was motored home were placed about the other entertaining rooms. On the piano in the den a'candle and greenery were used with the sunpprch being decorated with a Christmas tree and candles. The refreshment table was overlaid with a green Christmas cloth and centered with a giant silver candle. Encircling the base of the candle was silver magnolia leaves. Standing on either side was a bride and groom. Presiding at the silver appointments usi'd on the table were Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., Mrs. Halsell, Miss Ramona Oration »nd Miss Ann Wilson. Miss Gloria Ashmore played soft mualcal Christmas selections on the piano throughout the afternoon. Others assisting in the entertaining rooms were Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt and Mrs Ben Mac White. Mrs. Crafton greeted guests at the door and in turn introduced them to Miss Pryor and her mother, Mrs. Paul Pryor. The honoree wore for the event a blue and gold Chinese sheath dress. She was presented a corsage of'white carnations and an electric skillet by her hostesses. Mrs. Pryor also received a corsage of white carnations. 1 Variety Club n. Has Annual ChristmasDance iMcAaams was muiumu uumc uj y — - * ~ Mrs E. B. Thomas and Mrs. O. E. ers in silver branched candelabra Attached to each corner of the Knudsen who went Saturday ra spend I he weekend Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby C. Watson of Crawfordsville, Ark., announce the birth of a son, ., their third child. Dec. 9 at Crittenden Memorial Hospital in West Memphis. The baby who has been named Robert Michael, has two sisters. Robin Carol and Judy Ann. Mrs. Watson is the former Miss Mary Ann Smith, daughter of Mrs. Ann Smith of Blytheville. table were giant red satin bows. Individual tables were centered with room, red magnolia leaves accented with cedar- and gold baubles. Women \imenled By Mrs. Huffman Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr.. entertained at her home in Country Club Drive yesterday afternoon in compliment to young women of First Baptist Church. The home was decorated for the holiday season with giant candles set in beds of holly and red berries The mantle In the living room was banked with greenery. Interspersed throughout, this greenery were giant pink cones. The entrance door was marked with a large red poinsettia with the refreshment table holding glowing white candles set in greenery. Presiding at the table were Miss Emily Huffman, daughter of the hostess, and two of her school friends, Misses Johna Wilson and Carolyn Westall. Throughout the afternoon soft Christmas recordings were heard and a devotional, "The Star, Thcrne of Christinas," was given by Miss Effie Lee Terrell. "The Man who Owned the Stable, was the Christinas story told by Miss Effie Lynn Allen. High School PTA Will Not Meet in December There will be no December meeting of the Blytheville High School Parent-Teacher Association. To Meet Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association will meet tomorrow night in the school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The general meeting will be pre ceded by an executive board meeting at 7 p.m. "FLASHES" TAIL The antelope jackrabbk gets It name from its habit of "flashing 1 the white hairs on its rump, in the manner of the pronghorn antelope Kindergarten Pupils to Present Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rozy Program Announcements Mrs. Ralph Nichols will present her kindergarten pupils in a Christmas program at the Catholic School Auditorium Wednesday cvcnliiK »t 7:30 p.m. The progrnm will consist of rhythm band numbers, the Christmr.s story presented in a pageant and singing of Christmas carols. The public is Invited. Read Courier Newp Classified Ads The Ideal Christmas Gift: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS Now on Sale at Ritz Box Office UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP MODERN BEAUTY SALON We have purchased facilitiet of the Modern Beauty Shop, 777 North 2nd Street and cordially Inyite our friendt and patrons to vitit u*. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Reg. $15 Permanenti. $10 Reg. $10 Permanent* .... $7.50 (Then* Prices Good Until Christmas) OPAL STRINGER - JEAN BRANSCUM Owntra »r\d Optrstori LAST TIMES TODAY "FemaleOnTheBeacIT With JEFF CHANDLER & JOAN CRAWFORD PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "Cry Vengeance" SUSPENSE rou ON rut JMZO* not 3 Of TIRROR! 3 Mr. and Mi's. Speck McGregor PLUS SELECTED SHORTS S,der 8 om K ', Corps of Engineers Woman s nsiial in Dallas.! J- J ° Has Dance for Husbands, Guests Corps of Engineers Woman's Club members entertained their husbands and guests with a dance at Hotel Noble Saturday night. Will Moon and his orchestra ol Memphis provided music for dancing throughout the evening. An artificial fireplace was the focal point in the entertaining room. Dcscendisg into the fireplace was a giant lighted Santa Claus. Cedar, gold and silver bells along with poinsettias and painted magnolia leaves were used to decorate other parts of the room. A white linen cloth overiayed by red net was used on the refreshment table. The centerpiece was of poin- settjas flanked bj' burning red tap- Mr, and Mrs. Jim Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cherry were hosts for the Variety Club annual Christmas dance Saturday night in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble. Christmas greenery and ornaments were used to decorate the Mr. and Mrs. George Ford were new members of the club with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith. Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkins, Miss Barbar Carter and Dave Garman oemg guests. Kirby Drug Store $750 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Remington, Schick. Sunbeam, Ranson or Norelco Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature — AND — "Breakdown for Roby" METRO NEWS TUBS. WED. & THURS. Double Feature nUHl SltOKHIG •*«"* HIT IMMI +> "THE (EOIU SMOHS.LMK mr»AIB»> _ AND — "GYPSY WILDCAT" Stirring M»rta -To" MONTEZ A HAI.L ALSO CARTOON "Uncle Tom'i Cuban*" Coming Events MONDAY Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church having Christmas party at home of Mrs. Orval Oud, 307 East Missouri, 6:30 p. m. Civele Seven with Mrs. Glenn Teague, 7:30 p.m. Circle* Five and Six meeting »t church at 7 p.m. for supper. Circle Seven meeting with Mrs. D. B Mcllwaln, 8 p.m. Love and Charity Groups of First Christian Church having party 8t church. 6:30 p.m. Orpheui Club meeting at home 01 Mrs. George Lee, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Trl-Town Club meeting at home of Mrs. Russell H. Parr. Officers Wives Club meeting at Rustic Inn, 12:30 p.m. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Mrs. Robert McGraw entertaining CIS Bridge Club at Hotel Noble. Mrs. R. J. McKinnon entertaining Tuesday bridge Club. 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-host£3S. Mrs. Paul Jobe entertaining Club party at home of Mrs. Alvln Huffman, 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 br guest speaker. Friday Contract Club mee'in£ with Mrs. C. W. Garrigan for Like Mother, Like Son RICHMOND, Va. 1^1—Mrs. Helen M. Jeffries and her son, John U Jeffries, III, qualified to pructtc* before the Virginia Supremo Court of Appeal* on the same day. The mother has been an attorney (or some time. The son was recently admitted to the bar. Christmas parly. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Harman Taylor. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. S. E. Tune. Mrs. J. F. Scrape entertaining TL1L Bridge Club. Beta Sigma Phi City Council meeting at home of Mrs. Edgar I Parks, 7:30 p.m. j THURSDAY Corps of Engineers Woman's Club meetin gat Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jerry Hord and Mri. Wck Bednar are hostesses. Ladies Day at 001111117 Club, 1 p.m. LaNueve Club having Christmas party at Hotel Noble. Mid-Week Club having Christmas part yat Country Club. j Chillion Club meeting with Mrs : Mary Hatfield. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. FRIDAY Chapter N PEO having Christmas SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League. SUNDAY Piano students of Mrs. J. Cecil j Lowe entertaining their parents with musical tea at home of Mrs. Lowe | Beginners will play at 2 p.m. with fourth grade students playing at 3:30 p.m. Fifth grade students will play at 4:30 p.m. fOAE QOf&rnSffftt BCOS FAMILY SHOE STORE ==315 W. 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