The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 10, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10..19M - Society News - „ A™ Mollmii Snriet.v Erlit.or • Ph°ri MiH Millie Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Valentine's Chosen as Occasion ForBachelorMemberstoEntertain Bachelor members of the Blytheville Country Club will entertain other members and their guests with a Valentine Dance Saturday night in what promises to be one ot the largest affairs of the Spring season. Members may bring out-of-town* • and town guests to the affair. Glenn McCool and his orchestra, of Blytheville, will furnish entertainment. The cabaret type affair Is to begin at 9 o'clock with a "first com first serve" arrangement for the tables. Hosts for this affair will be Louis Lynch, chairman, Alan Berry, Chester Caldwell Jr., Dan Caldwell, Prunell Capehart of Holland, Mo., Charles Czeschin Jr., Harry Carter Parr, E B Qee Jr.. D. B. Latimer, Charles Moore, J. F. Pruitt, Charles Nick Hose, J. T. Sudbury and Thad Vance. With a special program of entertainment planned, an announced tainment piannea, an tumuimucu feature will be a dance exhibition • by Roy Halsell who is to coduct class of special dancing for Country Club members. Valentine Theme Used At 'Ladies Day' Tall red tapers studded with hearts, white hyacinths, and fruit in wrought iron containers were used to decorate the Country Club yesterday when Ladies Day was held. Mrs. E. J. Cure was chairman of the hostess committee and those assisting her were Mrs. C. M. Buck, Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. E. M. Eegenold and Mrs. John Lenti. There were 10 tables of guest* present ot the party. Winners in card games were Mrs. I. W. Adams, Mrs. C. C. Langstdn and Mrs. B. B. Goodman. Mr«. P. V. Elders of New Orleans •was a guest ot the group. Wednesday Bridge Club played at this party and their winners w«M Mrs. Blley Jones, a guest, high, Mid Mrs. Cure, second high. Coming Events THURSDAY B'Nal BTUth Youth study group jneeta at home of Morris Zellner, $:30 p. m. Trinity Baptist Church having Sweetheart Banquet at church, 7:30 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meets at church for Sweetheart Banquet, 1 p.m. FRIDAT Friday Club meets with Mrs. James Boy. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridse League meets. Bachelor Members of Blytheville Country Club hosts to dance for and guests, 9 p. m. Miss Hubler Awarded Pin At Guild Meeting Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Chuch met at the home of Mrs. Jack Owen Monday night with Mrs. Hildred Bunch, co-hos- ;ess. There were 24 members and 'our visitors present. Miss Mary Hubler was awarded a .ifelong membership pin at the meeting and Mrs. Newton Whltis, a guest, gave a talk on home Missions. Miss Monta Hughes gave the devotional and in the social hour refreshments were served. So Pretty For Girls By Sue Burnett Hare is a darling school or party dress for a miss of six to fourteen. Pretty ccntrnst for yoke, collar and pocket trim is a nice finish. ' Pattern No. 8225 is in sizes 6, 8, 10. 12, H years. Size 8, 3 38 yards of 35-inch: !/.i yard contrast. 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. Basic FASHION, spring and summer, '55 is nn exciting, easy to follow guide for every woman who sews. Be sure to send for your copy today. 26 cents. A new tweezer has a magnifying glass attached so you can really see what you are doing. The lens is also removable so the instrument can be used as a regular tweezer. --11 T x-i • . LiMlK \JflV6S Luncbeon for -j->£ RW/7/T/J _/ J _£>/ lUVK O Mrs. Everett I. Clark was hostess to members of TS Bridge Club yesterday for a luncheon. Guests of the club members were Mrs. Jerry Hord and Miss Pearl Luncheon was served from a table overlaid with a Maderia cutwork cloth and centered with a crystal epergne filled with red and white carnations. From this arrangement ran streamers of red satin to each guest's place. At the end of each streamer was a Valentine place card and a candy cup. , Bridge winners were Mrs. Max Williams, high, Mrs. Hord, second high, Mrs. Herb Rhode, low, and Mrs. John Prather, bridgo. TIE Bridge Club Conducts Game AtRazorback The Razorback was the meeting place for TLE Bridge Club last night when Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertained. Mrs. Herman Turner won, high in the bridge games. Mrs. W. E. Cherry won second high and Mrs. J. F. Scrape won bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Guests Present When Bridge lub Has Meeting Mrs. M. F. Day, Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mrs. John McHaney were guests yesterday when Mrs. C. Mo- dinger entertained Toton and Country Club. In the bridge games winners were Mrs. A. O. Hall and Mrs. Modinger. Refreshments were served throughout the afternoon by the hostess. NGWClub Entertained by Mrs. Harrison NOW Club met at the home of Mrs. William Harrison last night. Mrs, Harrison conducted the business session and in the games played during the .social hour prizes were awarded Mrs. Harry Grimes, JI*L, and Mrs. Cooper Jones. Mrs. Bill Fraser won the door prize and refreshments were served by the hostess. Founders Day Celebrated by Gosnell PTA Founders Day was celebrated Tuesday night when Gosnell Parent-Teacher Association met at the school. Mrs. Bill Crawford presided over the meeting and the devotional was given by Mrs. Gene Schultz. Group singing was directed by Mrs. Lloyd Price and a review of the history of the Parent-Teacher Association was given by Mrs. J. D. Hemby. Roy Baker, Sr., read the president's message and in the social hour refreshments were served by Mrs. Frances Donner and Mrs. Mitchell West. Bits of News Air Force Cadet William D. Beck of Statesville, N. C., is the guest of Miss 'Reen Norris and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Mrs. J. Neal GeseJ],. Mrs. E, M. Huffman and Mrs. I. M. Castilo of Luxora were in Jonesboro Tuesday for the funeral services of Frank Y. Love. Mr. and .Mrs. E. L. Hale joined Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry in Dallas, Tex., yesterday and the two couples are now spending an extended vacation in Mexico. Miss Lois Gammons, who has spent the past three months visiting her brother in Flint, Mich., is now at her new home on 1717 Southeast Parkway. Mrs. Charlie Rose is in Oklahoma visiting her mother. Bill Young of Batesville, Miss., was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Eunice Young, Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Alexander of Leach- vine was a Blytheville visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Stein- siek announce the birth of a son yesterday afternoon at Rodman Clinic in Leachville. Their first child, the baby has been named James W., n. Mrs. Steinsiek: is the former Miss Norma Rodman of Cave City. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Husband and Mrs. E. A. Fisher haVe moved Into their new home at 116 Magnolia. Mrs. Ethel Rodman of Cave City and Mrs. Ralph Hatcliff and Mrs. Evelyn Black of Cherokee, N. C., will arrive this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steinsiek and new son. Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Elder, formerly of New Orleans and who are enroute to Little Rock to make their home, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stout this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale have re turned from Memphis where they spent several days. Mrs. James L. Guard returned At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Althla Dunn. Holland. George Beasley, city. Lee Janet, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Dan Steele, Steele, Mo. William Denton, Maiden. Vicky Denton, Maiden. Mrs. Wallace Thornbrough, city. Mrs. Gene Brnnscum, city. Mrs. W. S. Gilbow and baby, city. Sharon Pate, city. Mrs. Dover Lee Douglas and baby, city. Mrs. Robert Westbrook, city. James Hickmon, city. June Utley, Steele. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Henry Westbrook, city. Mrs. C. H., Henson, city. Mrs. Jim Allen, city. Mrs. May Butler and baby, Airbase. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville pS Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:0fl p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Double Feature -And- TERROR STREET CARTOON «iiPH!UPREED ALSO It's Coming Soon Mrs. Pride Gives Book Review At Meeting of Chapter D PEO Mrs. Joe Pride, a guest of Chapter D, PEO Sisterhood, reviewed the book, "Prison and Chocolate Cake," by Nayan Tara Sahgal, yesterday when the group met at the home of Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. There was one other guest, Mrs. Y. T. Howan, present lor the luncheon meeting. A Valentine theme was carried out in the plncecards, centerpiece and decorations used in the Rain- water home. Mrs. James Roy conducted the business session and Mrs. W. Marion Williams gave the record report. World Mission Season Being Observed by "Presbyterians World Mission Season is being observed in the Presbyterian Church each Wednesday night with programs being presented by different age groups. closed with prayer by the Rev. Harvey Kidd. Mrs. C. M. Gray is chairman of World Missions in the Women of the Church. The subject for study is "India, Pakistan and Ceylon." Last night, following a family supper attended by 70 adults and children, the Junior Group of boys and girls, guided by their teachers, Mrs. Russell Mosley and A. S. Harrison, presented in pantdmine a presentation of the book, "Hidden Treasure." Mrs. Mosley was reader and char- .cters in costume were portrayed by Carrol! Blakemore, June Horner, John Taylor, Sam Tune, Molly Jo Beasley, Jenny Wren McCalla, Bruce Thompson, Ann Man-, Susan Huffman, Steve Nichols and Katherine O'Steen. The meeting was opened with song, prayer and scripture and from Memphis yesterday where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. James E. Ross, Mr. Ross and children. Jimmy Ross accompanied his grandmother home for an extended visit. Russell Campbell is on a business trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds are spending several days in Memphis. Mrs,. Nolen Young of Sikeston, who underwent surgery at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis last week, was the overnight guest of her mother, Mrs. Jim Ball. Monday night enroute to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines and son, Richard, have returned from Mayfield, Ky., where they visited relatives. 2/C Petty Officer and Mrs. Nelson Edens of Seattle, Wash., announce the birth of a daughter, Feb. 9. The baby, who has been nam?d Cathy, has a sister, Karen Lou. Mrs. Edens is the former Miss Joy Sbelton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Shelton of Blytheville. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature PAUL DENREID JOHN BENNETT Cartoon "Food for Feuding' FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Serial "Riding With Buffalo Bill" No. 1 & Qirloon GREEN — This pretty young hidy sitting atop all that rabbit food is Katherine McDonald. She's holding a giant head of lettuce at the El Centra, Calif., vegetable festival. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bcttye Nelle Starr Beginning a scries of pre-nuptlal parties for bride-elect Miss Ann Massey, who will marry Joseph Peterson in an early summer wedding, was the luncheon given Thursday for her by Mrs. Arthur Prazier. Hearts and flowers were used in the decorations throughout the house. Miss Massey was presented a gift corsage of red carnations by her hostess. To further the hearts and flower theme, a Valentine arrangement of red and white carnations flanked by red tapers centered the luncheon table. Following luncheon, canasta was played. Mrs. Spencer Driver won high score, Miss Lillian Patterson won bridgo. At the conclusion of the party Mrs. Frazter gift to the honoree. presented a Miss Martha Ann Moore entertained members of her bridge club Thursday night. Dessert preceded the bridge games. Mrs. E. S. Shippen was a weekend visitor in Stuttgart. the latter part of next week. Mrs. Besa Proctor of Little Rock was an overnight visitor Tuesday in the home of Mrs. John W. Edrington. Mrs. Proctor, a former resident of Blytheville, is with National Automobile Association. On her visit to Osciola. she was guest speaker at the Osceola Progressive Club and gave a talk on safety. David Laney was at Deer Lake, Miss., this week. Mr. Laney has a lodge at the lake and is frequently host to a group of dsceolans for hunting and fishing. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Smith and Miss Julia Mae Morrison are spending the week in Arkadelphia as guests of Mrs. Nelle Kent. They will return home Sunday night. The Women of the Presbyterian Church held ther regular monthly general meeting at the church Monday afternoon. 2« were present. The hostesses were Mrs. Harold Ohlendorr, Mrs. Stanley Carpenter and Mrs. Vance Cartwright. Appearing on the program were Mrs. Lee Maxwell and Mrs. Mona Mrs. David Laney, program chairman, Mrs. Boyd White,' Mrs. Don B!pd»:tt nnd Mrs. Cartwright. Mrs. Carpenter brought a message to the group of women concerning the works and needs of the American Red Cross. At the Moore are vacationing at Daytona Bsach, Fla. Mrs. Moore will be gone for two weeks, Mrs. Maxwell will remain until April 1. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCants were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kennedy in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy were former Osceola school, teachers. Mrs. Ray Morgan was hostess to her canasta club. Guests playing with the club were Mrs. Leo Schrelck, Jr., Mrs. Herman Mullins and Mrs. E. P. Guest. Mrs. Morgan served a dessert plate to her guests. Sammy Nichol underwent surgery Wednesday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Max Stewart announce the birth of a son Tuesday at St. Bernard Hospital in Joncs- boro. Mrs. Bob Nelson entertained her bridge club Friday at the Seminoie Club. A dessert course was served. Miss Mary Ann Crane will leave next week by plane for New York where she, will enroll in Katherine Gibbs Business College. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jacks, Jr., of Corpus Christ! are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacks, Sr., and Mrs. Irma Rose. Dr. George Cone is in Chicago attending American Dental Society meeting. He plans to return home conclusion of the meeting the ho»- tesses served t dessert course. Mrs. John W. Edrlngton will entertain the four-table bridge club Thursday afternoon with t dessert course preceding the bridge games. Miss Bebe Levenstelr arrived home yesterday after several days of visiting her sister, Mrs. Gilbert Bernstein, and family In New Orleans. Mrs. H. J. Levenstein will be hostess to the Widow's Pitch Club tomorrow night. Mrs. John Douglas complimented her husband Sunday on hla birthday with a family dinner at their home. The dinner table laid by a whit* cover was accented in green china and crystal. Centering the table was a heart shaped birthday cake surrounded by violet* and pink roses. A white satin heart was placed beneath the cake and was edged in lace. Instead of Mr. Douglas receiving birthday gifts, he presented each of the women with African violets planted In after dinner coffee cups. The men were presented boutonniers. Guest list included relatives from out-of-town and Mrs. and Mrs. Charlie Hampton of Osceola. Low budget covering for the stairway is sisal hemp rug. It Is practically indestructible, can be washed with soap and water. Also, it can be resersed for even Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxj Program Announcements THURSDAY and FRIDAY _,„„„WARNER BROS. ,..»-. 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