The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1955 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 14, 1955
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14,1955 BLTTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFIVt - Society News - » Ann Mallnrv Sncierv Editor / Phoi Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Social Affairs of Holiday Season To Begin at Club Tomorrow. Social affairs of Die holiday season will begin at the 17 Club tomorrow, amid a setting of colorful deco- Country rations. The entire club has been decorated in a red and green. Red satin bows ami bead ropiug combined witn the traditional green tree and hemlock \treaths, along with large colored balls, are used throughout the colonial building. In the ballroom, a wood fire glows beneath a mantel banked in golden magnolia leaves and greenery. Mrs. W., J. Pollard, house chairman, and Mrs. E.'A. Stacy arranged the club for the Yuletide season. More than 100 members ana guests are expected for the annual Christmas Guest Day luncheon, sponsored by the Ladies of the Club. Mrs. Harry Kirby is chairman of this affair and is assisted by Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. P. D. Foster Jr., Mrs. Everett B. Gee, Mrs. B. B. Goodman of Steele, Mrs. J. A. Leecn. Mrs. E. P. Still and Mrs. Arthur Vance* A Christmas party will be given Friday night at 7 o'clock for mem- bers' children, 12 .years or younger. Santa Claus will visit the party with Mr, and Mrs. B. B. Goodman in charge of this affair. They will be assisted by Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr., Mrs. Charles W. Afflick Jr., ol Steele and Mrs. Kenneth Berry of Holland. Replacing the usual Christmas dance lor members will be an informal "dutch treat" party Thursday night, Dec. 28. with Mrs. E. M. Regenold, president of the Ladies, serving as hostess. For New year's Eve, members ot the club are invited to attend the dance at the club sponsored by the University Club. Y Groups Have-Parties And Supper Twenty-five members of the Tri Gra Y "Triangles' of Sudbury School had their Christinas party Monday afternoon at the home of Jackie Vowell on Walker. The house was decorated Christmas boils and wreaths. Christmas games were" played and Carolyn Henson won the prize in the contest. Members exchanged novelty gifts after which refreshments of cookies and iced drinks were served. Jackie was assisted in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. Jack Vowell. The seventh grade Junior Tri-Hi- Y had it* Christmas party in the basement of First Christian Church Tuesday afternoon with all 26 members present. A program of Christmas .nusic Was given by Jane Starnes. Becky Harris. Frankie Johns. Gail Quarles, Kay Thomspon and Jerry Boggs. In the contest, Jackie White and Barbara Hopper were the winners. Christmas presents were exchanged. For refreshments the girls were served candy, cookies and iced drinks. The girls in the ninth grade vlun- ior-Tri-Hi-Y were given a spaghetti supper last night- by their advisors. Mrs. Jess Horner, at her home in Country Club Drive. Decorations carried out the Christmas theme. Guests of the group were Mrs. Irene Henderson and Miss Margaret Wright. Mrs. Warren Guest of Tri-Town Club Mrs. Bob Warren was a guest yesterday when Mrs. Russell H. Parr entertained Tri-Town Club with A Christinas luncheon and party at Hotel Noble. Members dressed in party frocks were seated at a long table overlaid with white linen for the luncheon. Forming the centerpiece was a giant| red candle decorated with silver ! sprays and red satin streamers. j This candle stood in a base ot red Christmas bells sprinkled witn i silver glitter. Forming the clappers \ were red baubles. Green roping ex- tcnded the length of the table and interspersed in thil greenery were red bells. Placecards were Santa Claus faces. Following the meal, gifts wrapped in-colorful and gay wrappings were exchanged by those present. Mrs. Warren won high score in the bridge games played during the afternoon with second high going to Mrs. Gene Teaford. Mrs. Ende Honored by C and N Club Mrs. Charlie Lutes was hostess last night txj members ot C and N Birthday Club at the Razorbacfc when club members honored Mrs. M. Ende on her birthday. j Guests were seated at a long ta| ble Tor the dinner. A white linen cloth overlaid the table and the traditional birthday cake was the cen- .terpiece. Mrs. Ende was presented a gift irom the group. Members exchanged Christmas gilts and secret pals weer revealed. Gifts were placed on a table cen- olutt'on-" to your &A^ma^<2$ problem Give him a Jarman GIFT CERTIFICATE with miniature shoe and box It's as easy as that! Here's the way it works out to solve.your problem to his lasting comfort and utmost satisfaction: Come to this store for the Gift Certificate and miniature shoe in a Jarman box. Give them to him for Christmas. Then he brings in the Gift Certificate where h« is correctly fitted in the Jarman style of bit tioice. Mrs. James F. McClure Photo by Mason MissBaugbman Becomes Bride Of J. McClure In a ceremony solemnized Dec. 3 in Hernando, Miss., Miss Virginia Baughman, daughter of Mrs. Lucille Baughman of Blytheville and W. R. Baughman of Little Rock, became the bride of James F. McClure. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McClure of Cooler. Mrs. MoClure is a graduate of Blytheville High School and is now employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Mr. McClure. a graduate of Cooler High School, is now engaged in the trucking business with his father. The couple are making their home in Cooler. tered iwth a small Christmas tree standing in a bed of holly leaves and berries. A guest of the club was Mrs. Maxine Cable of Hot Springs. 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! LAST TJMES TONIGHT Double Feature ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature — AND — MUM D H<?£V 4LDO , PETER MART RAY USTINOV Mrs. McKinnon 'Lake Street Entertains WSCSHas Tuesday Club Yarbro HD Club Has Dinner Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met at the clubhouse yesterday with 17 members and four visitors, Mrs.. Will Anderson, Mrs. Billy Joe Nelson, Mrs. Leonard Smith and Mrs. C. C. Elliott, present. Holsesses for the potluck Chrisl- mas dinner were Mrs. Mike Parks, Mrs. Carl Burton, Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, Mrs. Monroe Besharse, Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. Tommy Bogun. Mrs. Bob Copeland and Mrs. Lee Siiles. Following the meal, group 1 singing opened the program. Mrs. B. A. Bugg gave the Christmas story entitled. "At Christmas." She also presented a demonstration on gift wrapping. Mrs. Burton gave the devotional. I were conducted, the coffee table In the business session Mrs. Er-1 held a Madonna with the manlel nest French was elected president! being decorated with Santa Claus of the club for 1956. j in a sleigh pulled by the eight A gift was presented to Mrs. G, i reindeer. T. Gracy, outgoing president, by During the afternoon the hostess the club members. In the social hour gifts we: changed around a large Chrislmas tree. Floral Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila entertained members of Tuesday Bridge Club with a Christmas luncheon at her home yesterday. She invited as guests Mrs. Jack Horncr, Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mrs. !,. E. Old, Mrs. Russell C. Farr, Mrs. Harry Kirby, Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. Charles Rose, Mrs. Charles Salir and Mrs. Bilbo O.sborne of Manila. A silver tinseled tree adorned with red birds and red angels holding silver candles centered the luncheon table. The main attraction of the meal was a white dessert course. The dessert was centered with A lighted red candle set in a nest of holly leaves. In rooms where bridge games Garden Club Tour to Be Christmas Parly Held Tomorrow Twenty-eight members of Lxike Street Women's Society of Christian Service met Monday night nt Lhe church for a Christmas party ana their regular monthly meeting. Fellowship room of the churen was decorated for the occasion with a large lighted Christmas tree and appropriate Christmas scenes. Mrs. George Siianks conducted a brief business session with Mrs. CT. Shamlin serving as program leader. Topic for the evening was. "The World's First Christmas Gift.' Various Christmas stories wert told by Mrs. Warren Davidson, Mrs. Tom Bottom, Mrs. C. M. Baxter and Mrs. Don Lutz. Mrs. Woods dismissed the group. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs, Effie May, Mrs. Minnie Vance and Mrs. Mitchell San ford. LKACHVILLE — Holiday House sponsored by Leachville Garden Club will be held tomorrow beginning at 2 p.m. with the tour scheduled to end at 9 p.m. The Atherton Hiett, Bill Cruse and Robert Bracien homes will be seen. To conclude the tour, guests will return to First Methodist Church for a meditation period. There they will view the Nativi- Scene and a chorus of junior high school Kirte, directed by Mrs. Norman KermeU, will sing Christmas, carols. Following this musical program guests will be taken to the social rooms of the church for a tea. Fifty cents is the fee for this tour. served iced drinks which were Calvary Groups •ere ex-i 5 P™ k led with Chrislmas shades j U^. lp P|<yia-r/f«l Uxhud j °' slitter. . \JLLU-l'K L I VYI Ufll rrano-p. i Prizes won in the games were' v> rrange : j ±i „ ^ <» Ana Party nu-, J \ Christmas decorations. Mrs. Kir- • menls used to decorate the club-. . house were made by lirst, second i b J'- ™ ™n high score, and third place winners from the Eastside Garden Club Christmas arrangements. Miss Pryor Honored With Kitchen Shower a pink Madonna with a gold corni copia filled with red berries being presented to second high winner, Mrs. Riley Jones. . Mrs. Cure, third place winner, was awarded a gold kissing ball with mistletoe attached to the bottom. Mrs. Charles Crigger won the ] bricigo prize which was Santa Claus head. a jeweled MusicalProgram ! Presented at A kitchen shower at the home ol Mrs. T. R. Ivy Monday right complimented Miss Melba Pryor. | Hostesses were Mrs. Ivy. Miss! f 1 f. crl J] DT" 1 A Evelyn Blytlie, Miss Betty Harber \J(JMltH/ J. J. -/I and Miss Gail O'Rear. The Ivy home was decorated for the shower with Christmas greenery, candles and polnsettias. In the party games played Mrs. V. O. Miller. Mrs. Lillian Frank and Miss Nora Simpson were winners. The guest ot nonor, who was presented a novelty corsage and portable electric mixer by her hostesses, wore a black and white checked sheath dress. Mrs. Paul Pryor, mother of the honoree, received a Christmas corsage. A special musical program was presented by the Gosnell school choir last night when the GosneU Parent-Tocher Association met. Mrs. Webster served as director of the choir and also presented the devotional. She was assisted in giving the devotional by Jack McKay. A poem in keeping with the yuletide season was read by Don Guthrie with F. E. Lucius dismissing the group with prayer. Mrs. Mitchell West and Mrs. F. A. Donner served refreshment* during the social hour. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritr & Rozy Program Announcements ALSO CARTOON The Ideal Christmas Gift: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS Now on Sale at Ritx Box Office LAST TIMES TODAY PLUS SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY and FRIDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Francis in the Navy" DONALD O'CONNOR Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L»n« PARAMOUNT NIWS ft CARTOON Business Women's Circles and Women's Missionary Onion of Calvary Baptist Church met al the home of Mrs. Larry Bonds last night [or a Royal Service program and Christmas party. Tewnty-eight members were in attendance for the program which was entitled, "A Mighty Portress Is Our God." Mrs. Carra Pruitt led the opening prayer with Mrs. Janie Ross, Mrs. Larry Byrum, Mrs. Opal Ayres, Miss Jean Norman, Mrs. N. H. Short and Mrs, L. B. Johnese taking parts on the program. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. H. J. Fondren after which members exchanged gifts and the hostess served refreshments. Captured thieves are festooned with their loot and exposed to public ridicule in Yemen, southern Arabia. Six-Week Series Won by Mrs. Norn's With a percentage of 60.9 Mrs. Samuel P. Norris last night won lirst place in the Country Club Bridge League six-week series which was concluded with a masterpoint game. Mrs. F. E. Black won second place with 57.e percent with third going to Mrs. O. W. McCutchen who had a percentage of 56.4. Fifth place was awarded Mrs Eugenia Jenkins who had 56.2 percent. In the masterpoint game, Mrs. Black and Mrs. Korrfs were first with second going to Mr. and Mrs Harry W. Haines. Tieing for third place were Mrs B. A. Lynch, Mrs. C. C. councille,, Mrs. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips. LIGHTNING'S TOLL Lightning accounts for nearlj 400 deaths,. 1000 injuris, 5 per cent of the fires, and property loss oi 820.000,000 annually in the United States. 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