The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 17, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 195B - Society News - > Ann M'dllnrv Sn/-ietv Rrlirnf / Phone MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor 3-4461 BRIDI- ELECT — Miss Delores Parker of Reiser will become the bride of Ensign Christopher Dale Martin in an Easter marriage. Miss Parker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Max Parker of Reiser and Ensign Martin is the son of Mrs. Joe Ames of Lincoln, Nebr., and Christopher P. Martin of New Hartford, Mo. Miss Parker To Become Bride Of Ensign Christopher Martin Mr. and Mrs. Allen Max Parker of Keiser announce the engagement of their daughter, Delores, to Ensign Christopher Dale Martin, son of Mrs. .Joe Ames of Lincoln, Nebr., and Christopher P. Martin of New Hartford, Mo. Miss Parker is a graduate of, been a student at the University Bits of News Wjoitlu Personal Mrs. James Ross and children of Memphis are the guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard. Johnny Johnson who has been a patient in Walls Hospital was removed to his home today. Charles Hill spent Sunday in Paragould visiting friends. Condition of Miss Sally Johnson, who underwent surgery at walls Hospital Tuesday, is reported to be satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnston are in New Orleaas to attend the Mardi Qras and from there they will go to Mobile. Ala., to visit friends and tour the Azalea Gardens. William Ed Raspberry received his discharge this week at Camp Chaffee. Fort Smith, Ark., after a tour of duty in Korea. He was met in Fort Smith by Mrs. Raspberry. Mr. and Mrs. C. Buford Young and daughter, Deborah, of Long B?ach, Calif., arrived last night to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young. 1 Mr. Young has just received his discharge from the Navy and after a visit here they will return to Long Beach to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson returned last night from Houston Tex., where they attended a Nelson family reunion over the weekend. Blytheville High School where she •was a member of the Red Pepper. Beta and Garden Clubs and the National Honor Society. Tor the past two years, she Has Jack Weiner To Visit Jewish Group Jack Weiner, district director for the B'nai B'rith youth organization of District Seven, will be in Blytheville Friday to visit with the B'nal B'rith youth organization chapter here. . Mr. Weiner is from New Orleans, headquarters of the organization. While In Blytheville he will meet with the youth group and will work with the young people from Blythe- vllle, Osceola and Manila discussing chapter problems. District Seven Is composed of the •tales Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Ten- txssec and Texas. The B'nal B'rith youth organization IB a national Jewish youth movement sponsored by B'nal B'rith with a membership of over 56,000. District Seven has 1,600 members within Its seven states area. Lynn Weinberg is president ol the group here and Rabbi Alfrec Vise is the advisor. At the Sabbath service Friday Bight at 8 p.m., Mr. Weiner wUr" be the guets speaker at Temple Israel. A social hour sponsored by the youth organization will follow the service. of Mississippi where she was a member of the University Chorus, University Sextet and had leading roles In the opera, "The University Grey's," which was pesented on television. Ensign Martin received his bachelor of business administration degree from the University of Mississippi and did graduate work there In economics. He was a member of Phi Kappa ?sl. social fraternity, and Delta Sigma Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Anchor and Chain and Scabbard and Blade honorary fraternities. He was also business manager of the "Ole Miss," 1953-54, on the staff of "The Mississippian," and vice-president of the Wesley Foundation. At the present he is attached to the USS Orackle at Charleston, S. C. An Easter wedding is planned oy the couple. Auxiliary Has Meeting At Legion Hut American Legion Auxiliary met at the hut Tuesday night with Mrs. Ben. T. Mays presiding. Plans were made for an old-fashioned box supper to be held Tuesday evening, March 1. when Legionnaires and their wives will be invited to attend. In other business, plans were discussed for the Legion's anniversary dinner and announcement was made of the essay contest. "Why I Teach and My Nation's Security." The contest, which will close June 1, is being held to encourage young Mople to enter the teaching profession. Former Residents Entertain With Dinner Party for Engaged Couple Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, La., former Blytheville residents, entertained with a dinner party for 20 guests at Hotel Noble Tuesday night complimenting Miss Rosemary Monaghan and E. B. Gee, Jr., who are to be married at First Baptist Church March 6. Preceding dinner, cocktails were jerved in the Canary Room of the lotel and then the group adjourned 10 the Pine Room for dinner. A large arrangement of pink car- lations flanked by pink tapers in liver candelabra centered the ta>le where guests were seated. Each ilace was marked lyith a pink and vhite replica of a wedding cake. The couple was presented with a silver bridal cike knife by their hosts and Miss Monaghan, who wore a sheath dress of pinlc silk shantung, was gi,yen » pink carnation corsage. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghaii, the bride-elect's parents, the groom-elect's mother, Mrs. E B. Gee, and his grandmother, Mrs. Tom T. Hunter of Phoenix. Ariz. Miss Freeman Complimented With Miscellaneous Shower Miss June Freeman, bride-elect of Billy Shelton, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Floyd Rector last night. Mrs. Shannon Langley was cb-» hostess. Presbyterian's Continue World Mission Season Continuing the observance of World Mission Season in the Presbyterian Church was the program presented on "India and Her Problems" last night by Mrs. Herman Sarleton's senior class. Bruce Smythe was in charge of iiis production and those who helped dramatize the mission study were Jack Thompson, Dolores Harris and tfartha Manley. The worship service was based on :he book, "The Change of Heart," with Janice Johnson as leader. The lev. Harvey Kidd dismissed the program with prayer. Mrs. C. M. Gray is world mission leader for the Women of the 'hurch. Miss Freeman wore for the occasion a multi-colored taffeta dress with fitted bodice and full skirt r several petticoats. She was presented with a pink and , white carnation corsage. Further carrying out the .pink and white color scheme was the refreshment table which was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink gladioli Interspersed with greenery. Flanking this were pink and white tapers in crystal candelabra. A miniature bridal couple was also used on the table. In the games played during the evening winners were Miss Peggy Elledge and the bride-elect. The hostesses were assisted In serving by Miss Dorothy Langley and Miss Ruth Johnston. MANILA NEWS By RUTH HORNE Books which have been added to the Wilson Public Library shelves recently are: For adults, "Benton's Row," Yerby; "The Silver Oar," Breslin; "Louisiana Cavalier," Webber; "Fisher ot Men," Frierbeiger and "Miss Harriet Townshend," Norris. Children's books, "Giddy-ap. Gid- dy-ap," Steiner; "The Land of Lost Handkerchiefs," Knight; "Ernest Owl Starts a School," Pilgrim; "Postman Joe," Pilgrim; "The Wet World," Simon; "Tom Sawyer," Twain; "Robin Fly South," Gates; "Molly, Pete, a Ginger," Phillips; "Mary and Bill," Hildreth; and, "The New Come and Go," Gray. Teen-Age books, "Operation Knapsacks," Baldridge and "Moby Dick, or the White Whale," Melville. "Roosevelt Treasury," Rosenau; "Abraham Lincoln," Thomas; "Lincoln's Own Yarns and Stories, 1 ' Lincoln; "Abraham Lincoln," Dougherty and "Lincoln the Unknown," Carnegie: are the biographies which have been added. Mrs. Effie Nell McCormick, aged 76, of Manila, died Friday night at her home after she suffered a heart attack. Born In Makanda, HI., Mrs. McCormick came to Manila 44 years ago and was in business with her husband until they retired. Survivors include her husband, R. L. McCormick of Manila; five daughters. Misses Ruth and Clola McCormick of the Manila school faculty; Mrs. Blanche Schoffner of Manila; Mrs. Esther Casiday of Tulare, Calfi.; Mrs. Georgia Metzger of Lincoln Park, Mich.: two sons, Elbert McCormick of Manila, and Orvle, Detroit. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Manila Baptist Church under the direction of the Rev. Guy Magee, pastor. Burial was in Manila Cemetery by Howard Funeral Home of Manila. Hugh Miles, Manila faculty member, left Monday morning for Burlington, N. C., to attend the funeral of' his brother, Warren Miles, 38, who died Sunday afternoon of injuries he suffered in an automo- Mrs. Welch Guest of Club Eight Mrs. Ley Welch was guest yesterday when members of Club Eight met at the home of Mrs. G. O- Poetz. Bridge winners were Mrs. Jesse White, high. Mrs. Paul Jobe. seconi high, and Mrs. Graham Sudbury, bridge. Refreshments were served during the afternoon by the hostess. Bridge Club Conducts Game In Hall Home Town and Country Club met at the home of Mrs. A. Q. Hall y«- terday afternoon. Mrs. M. N. Nunn and Mrs. C, Modinger were bridge. winners. During the course of the games, the hostess served refreshments. Those enameled frying pans with the long handle* are ' wonderful for style in the kitchen, but be careful in using them. It's very easy to turn such a pan, full of hot food, onto yourself. Keep the handle away from the range edge. If you're good with a crochet needle, you can make cotton yarn, the heavy kind, into a nice throw rug for a baby or child's room. Cotton is good here because it washes easily and babies and children are hard on rugs. bile wreck Friday night. Mr. Miles was born in Jonesboro, but moved from there In 1839. Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Henrietta Miles of Burlington, N C.; one sister, Mrs. Mary D. Pear of Burlington, N. C.; three broth' ers, Ben Miles of San Francisco; Parson Miles of Memphis and Hugh Miles of Manila. A thick growth of shrubbery around the house might be a good project for your spring planting. If you are troubled with street noises, lack of privacy or papers that blow on to your lawn, such shrubbery makes an attractive screen for your home. Wonderully Slimming 8228 3-1 ytL By Sue Burnett A stunning frock for dress-up wear with the popular Oriental design In the tiny collar, slim, slim lines, slanted closing. Easy to sew. Pattern No. 8239 Is in sizes U, 16, 18, 20. Size 14, 3>/ 8 yards of 3J-inch. For this pattern, send 36e in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier New*, J72 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 8, 111. Include an additional 26 cent* with your pattern order for the latest Issue of our pattern catalog, Biaic FASHION. The spring * summer 'M IMue \t Nlled wife smart, tew-easy style*. NEW! GOOD LUCK IS HERE double-wrapped in aluminum foil to stay Fresher and Better Tasting than any other margarine! Delicious GOOD LUCK is made better to taste better ...and guaranteed by Lever Brothers. Be sure to use the free coupons you received in the mail to try delicious GOOD LUCK Margarine. GOOD LUCK is made by an exclusive patented process which seals out air while it is being made. As a result, GOOD LUCK tastes much better than other quality margarines. Fresher. More delicious. You'll notice the difference the minute you taste its glorious flavor. To make sure GOOD LUCK stays as delicious as we make it, we double wrap GOOD LUCK in aluminum foil and seal it tight to protect its flavor and freshness. We unconditionally guarantee that GOOD LUCK will reach you fresher and better tasting than any other margarine - or we'll refund your money. Lever Brothers Company, New York 22, N. Y. Ti teniee thi* am, lew Br"«-»« c«wwnv. makers of finod Luck, have apnnintcd D. CAN ALE & CO. 307 S. Front St. Memphis, Tenn. Redeem GOOD LUCK COUPON *2 you received in the mail Expires March 1 Mrs. Childs Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Herb Childs was honored wit'i a layette shower at the home of Mrs. O, E. Knudsen yesterday. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Orlie Parker and Mrs. Harold Wood. Spring hyacinths were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the Knudsen home. The hostesses presented Mrs. Childs with a pink carnation corsage. , In the games, winners were Mrs. Joe Freeman and Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. Jonesboro District of WSCS Has Special Meeting at Hearn Home Jonesboro District Executive Board of Women's Society of Christian Service of Methodist Churches met yesterday in the home of Mrs. Jerry Hearn with Mrs. Grace Edwards, Mrs. Frances Jackson and Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth, co-hostesses. Fourteen district sercetarles and !• • ~ " " two conference officers were .present with Mrs. William Hickox, past president, a special guest. Reports were made by the secretaries and plans were made for a meeting March n at the Blytheville First Methodist Church. A nominating committee was appointed by the president, Mrs. Olin Shocklt'y, to fill the vacancies on the board. Those appointed were Mrs. A. T. Bell of Marked Tree, Mrs. Hearn and Mrs. Eugene Hall of Dell. Luncheon was served from tables centered with pink gladioli interspersed with greenery. Miss Mildred Osment closed the meeting with prayer. Gosnell WMU Has Business Meeting at Church Gosnell Women's Missionary Society met at the church Tuesday night for its monthly business meeting with 17 members present. Repeating of the WEI ten word, opened the meeting and Mrs. Roy McKay led the opening prayer. Mrs. Williams pave the devotional and in tho busine5s session reports ' were made by the commitee chairman. The group was dismissed by Mrs. Ruth Reppond. Coming Events THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA of Trinity Baptist Church mats at First Baptist Church, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Association YWA Council meet- Ing at First Baptist Church, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY £. and Mrs. R. B. Barker entertain Past Matrons and Patrons Club at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Friday Club meets with Mrs James Roy. Mrs. Bill Jontz entertains LaFi- nesse Club. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. Chapter N PEO meets with Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., for 1 p.m. luncheon. Vendredi Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets in Fellowship Hall at 2:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, Mrs. Paul Cooley and Mrs. Bess Stanton. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Cotillion Club meets .at Hotel Noble. 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brlggs, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Regenold, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe. Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m, Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature —AND— MVID WEN SHIHtV Also Cartoon "Mouse Takes Trip" FRI., & SAT. Double Feature '~jSiSSifiiS'ii'l'iiiiffi DAN OURYEA Serial "Buffalo Bill" No. 2 Cartoon "Ten Pin Terrors" Patriotic Colors Used At Luncheon Depicting George Washington's birthday was the arrangement of red carnations and blue cornflowers in a white epergne which centered the luncheon table at tho home of Mrs. W. J. Pollard yesterday when she entertained the Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, La., was a special guest of club members. In the bridge games played following lunch winners were Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. At The Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jimmie Kittany and baby, city Richard Martin. Hayti Walls Hospital Dismissed: Lawrence M. Carney, city Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Ron Program Announcements THURSDAY and FRIDAY MICKEY SPILLANE'S A MOVIE STAR NOW! |1j moan JWSEMmcnnnraiinor'W/WJER BROS. Paramount News & Cinemascope Short THEATR E. On W. Main St. != In Blytheville I'hone 3-i(i21 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 n.m.. Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. THURSDAY and FRIlDAY Double Feature FREDASTAIRE CYD CHARISSE It's Coming Soon

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