The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
Page 4
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*AGI FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 8,19M - Society News —. i. Ann Mallnrv Siw.ietv Editor * Pho llttt Milli* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Jack Taylor, 'Gary Taylor and Billy Lambert left yesterday to return to Bethany Nazarene College, Bethany, Okla., after spending the holiday season here visiting relatives. Mrs. J. S. Tucker and daughters Bircnie-Le'e and Lottie Sue of Halls, Tenn., were New Years guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hubbard and daughter Lucille. Condition of Danny Lewis, who is a patient in LeBonheur Hospital in Memphis, is reported to' be slightly improved. He is in Room Miss Martha Nichols Engagement of Miss Nichols To Lt. Cooke Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. William Ralph Nichols today announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Martha, -to Lt. Thomas P. Cooke, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Samuel Cooke of Marvell. Vows will be exchanged Feb. 12 at First Christian church. Miss Nichols is the granddaughter of Mrs. Robert H. Brown and the late Mr. Brown of Jonesboro »nd the late Mr. and Mrs. William Neely Nichols also of Jonesboro. She .is a graduate of BlythevUle High School where she participated In wtra-curricular activities. The bride-elect attended William Woods College In Fulton, Mo., later transferring to Arkansas State College at Jone*boro. At Arkansas State she is a mem- -—ber of-Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, ASC singers and has had the leading roles in college drama production* including "Ondine," and "The Crucible." She ii listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities •nd will receive her degree In ele- menUry education In the spring. The bridegroom-elect is the grandeon of the late Rev. and Mrs. Thomas F. Patterson and Mrs. W. F. Cooke and the late Mr. Cooke, all of Marvell. He was graduated from Arkansas Btate College in 1956 Where he received a bachelor of science degree jn dramatic*. He played a major part in the drama department there all four years .of college, having had leading roles in every Arkansas State production and directing his- own play as a senior. While in college he served as president of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity; president of Alpha Si, national dramatics fraternity, and was —active in-the radio department. He is also listed in Who's"Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities. Lt. Cook is now stationed at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., where he is serving in the signal Corps. ' Mrs. Hardy To be Installed As Worthy Matron Mrs. Alton Hardy will be installed as Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star at an Open installation at Masonic Temple Friday night at 8 p.m. Other officers,to be installed are Fulton Ellis, worthy patron; Mrs Alvin Hardy, associate matron; Alvin Hardy, associate patron. Mrs. Dorothy Bailey, secretary; Mrs. Gus Eberdt, treasurer; Mrs. Burks Barker, conductress; Mrs. WA. Hollingsworth, associate conduc- tree; Mrs. W. L. Walker, chaplain; Mrs. L. S. Hosp, marshall; L. S. Hosp, organist, Mrs. Ruth Shearin, Adah; Mrs. Dan McCaskill, Ruth; Miss Mary Featherston, Esther; Mrs. Frank Ellis, Martha; Mrs. Robert L. Coleman, Electa; Mrs. Eddie Ford, Sr., Warder, and Dan McCaskiLl, Sentenial. Mr. and Mrs. Kerbougb of Dell Celebrate 60th Anniversary DELL — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kerbough celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary New Year's Day at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cranford. Gary Bevlll, student at Arkansas State College, and Miss Beryl. Bevill, student at Ole Miss, has returned to their respective schools after pending the holidays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bevill. Mr. and Mrs. Don Guilders of Phoenix, Ark., former residents of Blytheville, announce the birth of a son, Dec. 29. The baby, their first child, has been named Michael Don. Mrs. Childers is the former Miss Loretta Walden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burtis Walden of Blytheville. Loretta Mallory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,R. V. Mallory, is a patient In Walls Hospital. She is in Room 209. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Penter and family spent New Year's with T. C. Hawkins and family at Forrest City. Bobby Damon, Miss Hughes Exchange Vows Vows' were , exchanged Saturday in Hernando, Miss., by Miss Rowena Hughe*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald W. Hughes, and Bobby Gene Damon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Damon of Blytheville. The Rev. E. H. Wnitten, pastor of the Baptist Church in Hernando, officiated at the ceremony. The 'bride wore for her marriage a navy bllue wool suit with matching accessories and white carnation corsage. Mrs. Damon is a graduate of Armorel High School and is now employed by Norris Printing Company Mr. Damon, a graduate of Blytheville High School, is now attending Arkansas State College. A dinner was given for the couple with Mrs. Otto Bradberry of Manila, the Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Hall of Dell, Mr. and Mrs. .W. E. Walls of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace of Blytheville, Mrs. Pearl Gatewood of Memphis, sister of Mrs. Kerbough, and Mrs. Lillian Dreve of Memphis as hosts and Hostesses. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Kerbough came to Dell in 1912 where Mr. Kerbough engaged in farming. He is now retired and they make their home with Mr, and Mrs. Cranford. Mrs. Kerbough, who is 76, is the former Ola King of Ripley, Tenn. Mr. Kerbough is 84 years old and w'as born in Charlotte, N. C. The couple was married 'Jan. 1, 1896, in Edith, Tenn. They have four children^ six andchHfefi-and-ll great, grandchildren. Children who were all present for the --event; are Floyd Kerbough and family of Memphis; Mrs. B. J. kuillen and family of Memphis; Mrs. Cranford and E. R. Kerbough and family of Dongola, 111. The only member of the family absent from the dinner was a grandson, T. E. Condrey, who is a patient in a Chicago hospital. The Gerbough's raised this grandson. He was represented .by his wife md four children of Memphis. A white cutwork cloth was used to overlay the dinner table with a centerpiece of flowers depicting the flowers used on the couple's wedding day being used. The tiered cake was decorated with lattice work entwined with roses, and two joined bells tied in bridal array with a profusion of net and baby breath. The buffet in the dining room was decorated with a replica of the 1896 church in which the Ker- boughs were married. The scene pictured the bride and groom descending the church steps ready to mount the surrey in' which they departed. Later in the afternoon the group went to'the Dell Theatre where a puppet show, "This Is Your Life,'" was given by a. grandson and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Chambers, of Memphis. Miss Ann Kerbough of St. Louis was in charge of the guest book during the day. Annual Ball Held for Variety Club The annual Variety Club New Year's Eve ball was held Saturday night at the Woman's Exhibit Building in Walker Park. Music for dancing was rendered by Tony Scherer and his orchestra from Cape Girardeau. The building was decorated with colorful balloons and as the New Year was ushered in noisemakers, confetti and serpentines were presented to each guest present. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Scherer, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Darby, Mr. anc Mrs. Herman Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lanham were hosts to the 150 guests in attendance. Miss Long Honored With Card Party Miss Sandra Long, hride-elect of Pat Smothermon, was honored Friday when Mrs. George Anderson and Miss Doris Bean entertained with a dessert-bridge and canasta party at the home of their mother, Mrs. Fred Bean. A pink color scheme was used in the room decorations with giant glittering candles and foliage being used on the dining table and radio. Individual tables held hearts nestled in pink satin streamers and marine. A rosebud corsage and crystal in her chosen pattern were presented to the. honoree, who was dressed in charcoal black with matching accessories. Mrs. Jim Smothermon, mother ot the bridegroom-elect, was a special guest and received a carnation corsage. In the bridge games Miss Jean Driver Kendrick of Osceola won high. Mrs. Smothermon won high in canasta and Miss Sally Trieschman was awarded bridgo. Wesleyan Service Guild Has Meeting at Church "The Changeless Gospel in Revolutionary Age," was the topic of the program presented last night when Weslej'an Service Guild of First Methodist Church met at the church. Miss Cecil Cassidy presented the devotional with Mrs. tra Gray having charge of the program. ; Hostesses were Miss Delsia Stewart, Mrs. Jack Bishop and Mrs. Rex Warren. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission I5c & 35c At AH Time* TUBS. WED. & THURS. Double Future I»U» t CARTOONS VETO POWERS The president of the United tates may veto any bill, rpgard- ess of its character. He may veto oth private and public bills, but le cannot veto separate items of lills. Donna Adams Celebrates Ninth Birthday Donna Adams, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Riley Adams, celebrated her ninth birthday Sunday when her mother invited 12 of her little girl friends to their home for a party. During the afternoon a beauty contest was conducted among the girl's dolls and Judy Ramey's doll winning the prize. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. Nearly 1,100.000,000 household electric light bulbs are sold in the United States each year. At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Coombs and baby, city Mrs. C. J. Rabey, Manila Mrs. James Perry and baby, DeWitt Mrs. Rudolph Hitter and baby, city Mrs. Ray McNew, Steele Mrs. James F. Moore, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: James Ernest Middleton, Rt. 2. city iss Alice Ham. city Wonderfully Slimming M. J. Koehler Home Is Setting For Party Honoring Miss Moore A silver and white color scheme was used to decorate the home of Mi^MJ Koehler Saturday afternoon when she Mrs. Byron Moore and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers entertained with a dessert-bridge and canasta party in component to Miss Jimmie Lee Moore, bride-elect of Jerry Strickland. Individual tables held a center-piece of a silver candle and sil- rered ivy standing on a white sty- rofoam base. The ivy encircled this base. * Placecards. which were also used as tallies, were miniature white candles tied with a silver bow. On the dining table a giant 8354 10-20 Helena Rubinstein's 2 Estrogenic Hormone Offers for younger looking skin LIMITED TIME ONLY Helena Rubinstein's Estrogenic Hormone Cream c«n help your complexion look yean younger—bj- helping the underskin to hold precious moisture, filling out ihe surface and smoothing wrinkles! Try a eo«-. plete night and day treatment for face and throat— tty the same treatment plu» fabulous estrogenic makeup—at savings too marvelous to mis*. Come in now— th« annual oft* hold* good for a limited time onlf. SAVE 2«° "mm HofOMM .(M M *• MfeM* *• «f wWt2.M. A piH of JMt *«««••., *.«• win* now 3** SAVE HoMMtGNMH foe ih* f*M ... i*f. 1M- EtttOfMM* H OKMM OK he <Mc*M ihroM *« ... wh* 2.SO. Silk-Toii<* FoumMon w Horn**!* lot inf ••*<•»* ... IH- Mfc 9.0t nine BOW 5 Rothrock Drug Co. Mt W Mala PfiMM 3*4441 Coming Events TUESDAY Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Miss Nancy Holland, 915 W. Ash, 7:30 pjn. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting witli'-Mrs. E. Boggs, 7:30 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Mary Lyons, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting in Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Peggy Cheadle is hostess. WEDNESDAY Garden Department of Woman's Club meeting at the clubhouse, 2JO p.m. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. G. G. CaudilL Club Eight meeting with Mrs. S C. Owens. THURSDAY Delta Kappa Gamma having initiation ceremony, in Colonial Room | of Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. j Armorel HD ' Club meeting at ! home of Mrs. E. M. Mitchell at 1123 Hearn in BlytheviUe for potluoic luncheon. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. 6. W. McCutchen. ilid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. FRIDAY Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C. E. Crigger, 2 p.m. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Slack. • Friday Contract Club meeting | with Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. By Sue Burnett Stunning princess lines to enhance a young figure. This clever date frock can be made without or with sleeves. Add a crisp bow. Pattern No. 8351 is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, sleeveless, 2% yards of 35-inch; ' with sleeves, 3 yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN-NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The new fall & winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-easy styles to dslight beginner and expert. Don't miss it — send 26 cents today for your copy. Calvary Baptist Circles Have Meetings Circles of Calvary Baptist Church met yesterday. Circle One met with Mrs. Carra Pruitt. Mrs. Buddy Corkran was ir charge of the program with Mrs Paye Homer leading the opening prayer. Mrs. W. F. O'Neal gave the Bible study and Mrs. Edgar Jackson dis missed the group. Circle Two met with Mrs. H. J Fondren. Mrs. Claude Rowland presidec over the meeting which wai, opened with prayer by Mrs. Fred Philbrook. The Bible study was given bj Mrs. Fondren with the closing prayer being led by Mrs.- Buddy Baughman. silver candle from wliich hung tinkling wedding bells was used This candle was, nestltd In gilded pine burrs and ivy. Miss Moore wore for the occasion a forrest green antique taffeta party frock featuring a sweetheart neckline and long torso. The bouffant skirt was poised over an array of colorful petticoats. The hostesses presented the honoree with a bronze carnation corsage and China in her chosen pattern. Tea guests were Mrs. Boyce Moore mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Joe Strcikland, mother of the groom-elect. Mrs. Moore wore a pink taffeta afternoon gown and Mrs. Strickland was dressed in n n^ vv hiim nostume suit. Both mothers received white carnation corsages. Miss Ann Seay won high score in the bridge games with high in canasta going to Miss Patti Deen Wright. TV BOUND — Actress Lauren Bacall is due for another TV spectacular, "Blithe Spirit," with Noel Coward on Jan. 15 i Although live TV gives her the j jitters, she says you, can't ig- | nore it. Besides, she adds, it's. I good training if you have little ctadB tnrcerienr.e CHANGES COLOR The Tibetan blue sheep Is so called because its winter coat is gray. In summer, its color is brown, with black markings on the face", chest, and legs, and a black line along the sides. RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GDAKANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 5t8 Cl. Lake A«. Tb. 3-tMl Recommended by Thousands of ixvome. iryui ^M^^^***"^^^^^^ Wttlfs ingest Selling Ast/rio far C/iiMea 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! 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