The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 29, 1955
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•LTTHEriLLE (ARK.) COURWR rfEWS FRIDAY, APRIL », 1986 - Society News - . Ann U.llnrv Social* Editor * Pb<J MiM Miltt* Ann Millory, Socnty Editor PboM 3-4461 Miss Shepherd Complimented With Breakfast at Country Club Miss Bonnie Shepherd, bride-elect of Charles Leggett, wa« again complimented yesterday when a breakfast was given in her aonor at the Country Club. Hottesset were Mrs. C. H. Whl«-+ tie, Mrs. R. O. . Edward*, Mrs. David Sloas and Mrs. rred Kelly- A pink and whit* color scheme was used in the decorations with a silver bowl filled with rates, Dutch iris and carnations being used to center the long table where guests were seated. Miss Shephcr wore for the oc- New Members Installed at Altrusa Club tao.y.. ,. -.-- •••---— --• MiH Jewel Lee and Mrs. Ruth pink accessories. She wai present- ^ , , le<| M new ed with a Dutch ins corsage and ""»•,-,. ...h. wh(!n A Itru» casion a blue printed cotton with the business session. Plans were discussed for the May 13 meeting at which, time a boy from Israel will be giiest speaker. Mrs. Oertrude Holiman was in charge of the program lut night on "Classification." china in her chosen pattern. Mrs. D. L. Shepherd and Mrs. w L Lecgett, mothers of the en- ira'ced couple, were also presented ••••>• with Dutch iris corsages. Nine members were present when Guests at the breakfast were all Mrs. ^Clar. Martin prulded over members of the bridal party. " 1 ""'~ '"" NCPC Shown at Jaycette Meeting A film on the 1954 National Cotton Picking Contest was shown last night when Jaycette members met at foe home of Mrs. Walter Manser. Mrs. George Anderson, newly elected president, presided over the business session when plans were made for the organliatlon to meet the first and third Thursday's of each month, with the next meeting being at the club room next week. Two new members, Mrs. David Mile* and Mrs. Joe Ewlng, were present »t the meeting. Mrs. O'Keefe, Mrs. Day Guests of Club Mn. W. X. O'Keefe and Mri. WalUr OKI were guest* ye«t*rday wh«n L» Nueve Club was entertained at the Rustic Inn by Mn. K. O. Jerome. A dessert courae preceded tin tamM which were won by Mn. Lynn Hughoi, Mrt. Ben Mac White •nd Mrs. Newton WhltU. Graduation-Date Special 8264 By Sue Burnett For that all Important graduation day in June - an adorable puffed sleeve frock that doubles for dates all summer long. Pattern No. 8264 Is in sizes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Size 11, with sleeve, 4 7 /e yards jf 35-inch. Por 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, HI. Include an additional 25 cents with your pattern order for the latest issue of our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The spring ii summer '55 issue it filled with smart, sew-easy styles. > member* last night when Altruia Mrs. Cocke Guest of Bridge Club Panalos And Dutch iris were used to decorate the home of Mrs. M. M. Nunn yesterday when she entertained Town and Country Olub. Mri. John Walton Cocke was & guest of the group. In the fame* high, acorec went to Mrs. C. O. Smith and Mrs. Nunn. Refreshments were nerved during the afternoon by the hontets. STATE OFFICER — Mrs. R. A. Porter was elected state corresponding secretary at the state convention of PEO Sisterhood in Conway last weekend. Mrs. Porter Is also president of Chapter D, PEO of Blytheville. (Courier News Photo) Luncheon Precedes Bridge Games A luncheon preceded the brige game* yesterday when Mid-week Club met with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. putch iris and columbine were flowers chocen by the hostess to decorate her home. Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. Ed Dicks were guests and bridge win ners were Mrs. W. L. Homer and Mri. Cecil Shane. HOLLAND NEWS By Mr*. Vork Workman Mrs. Pat Bates, formerly Bonnie Fayc DUvall, • was entertained Thursday evening with a wedding shower. HO*UUM, ftfri. Dorothy smith and daughter Talttha, prtoented the brUt with a white carnation corsage which in* wore on a mini green illk. print. , For entertainment, a three piece band comprised of local talent* Jlmmle Little, Bruce Martin and Sammy Workman, played popular request numbers, Joyce Bray, accompanied by Phyl- Smith, sang two selections dedicated to the bride's and groom's mothers, Mrs. John Duvall and Mrs. Charles Bates. Punch and frosted cupcakes were served from a- table centered with a silver bowl holding yellow Jonquils. The guest list included friends of both the Bates and Duvall families from Blythflvllto, Haytl and 3twit. An annual custom of the class of Future Hommeakers of America is the Mothre-Daughter banquet which was Tuesday evening from 7 until 9. The til-whit* banquet tables held lac«y greenery entwined In alnglo red ro«ei placed at Intervals. Wanda Bamford, president, made a welcome address followed by a prayer by Mrs. Marjorie Cohoon, chapter mother. Presentation of the mothers, or guests, wac made by each daughter. A quintette, "When We Com* of Age," and solos by Joyce Bray entertained the diners. Mrs. Hop* Lorch Is teacher of the homemaker's clMS of 19M-56. A lesson on Civil Defense planned by Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs. Witt Smith was given Thursday at the meeting of the Culbertson Community Olub when Mrs. Sam Kenley was hostess to 13 members and a visitor, Mrs. Board Stivers. The meeting, presided over by club president Mrs. Carl Reid, opened with members repeating the club prayer in unison. An amusing roll call answered by cute children's expressions followed. Mrs. Kenley served lap plates containing party food with iced drinks, Friday night club members feted their husbands to a supper party given in the Holland school dining room. A "practice dance" was given Monday night by the high school juniors at Mary Jo Hampton's home for 20 girls and boys. This practice session precedes the Junior-Senior prom at the Hotel Noble In Blytheville Friday night when the junior class feasts and entertains the class of '55 seniors. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor was open for a reunion Sunday in honor of Mrs. Taylor's fath- SEE "DEE" If you want the best in service and protection at lower rates, er and brother, A. O. Burress and Fred Burress, on their birthday an- niverfiarles. The 31 dinner guest* included Mr. and Mri. Bobby Norvllle and family of Memphis and Mr, and Mn. Theodore Pa.yn* and. son*. Scout News: Scoutmaster Otto Chlldern took his troop of 16 boys on an overnight camping at the RusMll Cohoon farm Saturday where they had oooklnf lessons and nature study, Tuesday Ass in t ant Scoutmaster Harry Ronch was host to the troop at a skating party In Hnytl. The Holland Future Fanners wiUi their chapter advisor Donald A. Long, were represented by delegates Jackie Kenley and Buddy Jnmes at the State FFA convention In Columbia from Thursday through Saturday. Also in meet Judging was a trio Lawrence Ausburn, Pete Canada and Billy Payne, The following boys were elected Thursday at the annual election: Jackie Kenley, president; Buddy James, vice president; Taylor Kilborn, secretary; Keith Little, treasurer; Larry Waldrop. reporter; William Waldrop, sentinel. . Mr. and Mrs. Board Stivers and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley were week-end guests of the I. L. Fishers nt Couch, Mo. The Fishers were once Holland merchants and held farming interests. After a week nt St. Joseph's Hospital, Memphis, where he was treated for recurrent migraine headaches, Isaac McKay Jr. returned home Monday. Lt. Col. nnd Mrs. Munce M. Pigue and two sons Mike nnd Phil have spent n week of their spring vacation with Mrs. Pigue's mother, Mrs. A. W. Phillips, following several days at Kentucky Lake. They are returning early this week to their home at Hickman MUls, a Kansas City suburb. Another guest in the home of Mrs. Phillips during the week was Mrs. Jessie Grant of Morley. Here for a fortnight at Tom Epperson's and his mother's, Mrs. Charity Epperson, is Mrs. Annie At United Insurance Agency Claims t*Ul«d on day prMenttd. Evtry kind of Insurance written. A S year policy on dwellings and /or household foods-furniture, for tfit price of 2 years. Written in otd-lin* eonpftniw. Ill W. Main Phont 3-9811 H Block EMtof Pint NatfcooaJ Bank Mother's Day May 8 This is Motlyers Monument If Tour mother or any member of your family still lacks the reverent tribute thlt only » monument of crftnite or marble can express, let us transliitc your sentiment into lasting form at a cost consistent with your means . . . We have ample time to render lhl> tervlce for Mother's Day, May 8. Open Sunday Afternoon Jno. C. Me Honey and Sons "Your Monument Men" I*. Hl|h*a; M Fk«M 1-Mtl E L Hale Home Setting For Meeting Baby pink carnations and white gladioli were used on the luncheon table Wednesday when Mrs. Jack Hale was hostess at th« home of Mn. I. L. Hale. The occasion was the regular luncheon 'meeting of Chapter D PEO Sisterhood, Fifteen members of the organization were present at the Hale home. Carnations, pansles, tulips, Dutch iris and lilies were used throughout the home. , Mrs. James Roy presided over the meeting at which time a report from PEO Record wa* given by Mrs. C. S. Lemons. A report on the state convention at Conway last weekend was given by Mrs. Roy, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, members of the chapter who attended. Mrs. Williams Entertains Kibitzer Club Mrs. ^. M. Williams, Jr., entertained Kibitzer Club members at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. M. Williams, Sr., yesterday with a dessert-bridge. Pink and blue cornflowers were placed about the entertaining rooms and low bowls of pansies centered the Individual tables. Mrs. I. R. Coleman was the only guest, Mrs. Jim Smart and Mrs, George Hubbard, Jr., won in bridge games. Dessert-Bridge, Given for Emanon Club A dessert-bridge was given at the home of Mrs. John Perkins Ja., last night for the Emanon Club. Mrs, Edward Townsend was a guest of the club. In the games, prizes went to Mrs. Edward Burbage, Mrs. Berry Allen and Miss Barbara Carter. Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been Issued in the office of County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Jesse F. Pipkins and Mrs. Lois E. Hughes, both of Blytheville; Thomas L. Lancaster of Blytheville and Betty R. Underwood, Tomato; Bobby D. Barker and Esther Lee Hodges, both of Manila; Rabon Fraud, Pungborn, and Mary Jane Griffin, Blytheville. Hair of Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. James Norman and children visited at the Perry Taylor's, a short time Sunday enroute to Memphis where the former's brother, Toby Norman, underwent surgery at the Veterans Hospital Thursday. Visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Wilferd, Airman'2/c Daniel Wllford of Sioux City, la., arrived last Week for a two Weeks furlough. Clyde Collins, n recent army discharge, left Sunday for Kansas City where he has enrolled in an extended course in a Mechanic's Trade School, specializing in body and fender work. In and out of hospitals: Alf Jones is resting at his home after recent hospltalization for a heart condition. Robert CIny Kilburn Is a patient at Pressnell Hospital in Kennett. He Is being treated for ulcerated stomach. William Pi-uitt was taken lo Memphis Monday for a general health check. Lawrence Stivers, heart patient, continues to Improve nt his home. In Portrigeville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Voris Workman were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Zahner. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. James nnd family of South Holland visited relatives Mr. and. Mrs. Will Jumps in Manila Sunday afternoon. WHO'S AFRAIO?—Diane O'Grady models a "hat" of white rats at the London, England, zoo. And as U to prove conclusively that she isn't afraid of the white rodents, she holds a few extras In her hands. Bits of News t [~ eraonat C. A. Cunningham is spending today In Memphis or. business. Mrs. Emil Damon is spending (.he weeeknd in Cape Girardeau visiting her daughter, Miss Nancy Damon, student at Southeast Missouri College. She went especially to attend a college dramatic presentation of which Nancy is director. Miss Barbara Carter spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. David Sloas of Portageville spent yesterday here visiting her mother, Mrs. C. H. Wistle, and other relatives. Mrs. Aubrey Conway returned yesterday from Little Rock where she visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rlggs ior several days. Mr. and Mrs. Durword Mahan are the parents of a daughter born at Chickasawba Hospital Monday. The baby has been named Julieanna Mae. The Marians also have a son, Louis Owen, who is 12. Mrs. Mahan is the former Miss Helen Loycc McNair. E. R. Jones underwent major surgery Monday at Baptist Hospital .n Memphis. He ia in Room 516. Misses Rhonda Eaton and Ann Perry and Hiram Haley are spending the weekend in Oxford, Miss. Misses Eaton »nd Perry are vlsit- ng Isabella Worrel and Mr. Haley will be the guest of Bobby Frances. , Harry W. Haines and Harry A. Haines were in Memphis last night to attend the Memphis Chapter AT LAST — The lefties have won their point This left- hancied pen point- is prround from the right side to the left to accommodate writers who twist their hands as SOOWD above Now let's wait (or the proverbial left-handed monkey wrench to hit the market- Gifts For All Occasions Riftht now —Just th« jlft for Mother: 1'arfums Ev.viin, makers of While Shoulders, Most Trccious cologne and perfume; pure silk scarves, Carol Stanley handkerchiefs; Westmoreland milk glass; Cln Jewelry; DouUnn fljurlnes; jewel ho\es; Tlffen crystal. Also picture frames, tolc wastcbaskets, brass Razorback Meeting Place For Chillion Club Razorback was the meeting place for the Chillion Club when Mrs. Mary Hatfield was hostess. She had as guests Mrs. Paul Byrum, Mrs. Boy Head and Miss Rosa Schunerltsch. Mrs. S. E. Torjusen won high in the games, Mrs. Felix Carney second high, and Mrs. Mike Meroney, third. A dessert course was served. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. E. Baker, city W. T. Polk, Cooler Ruby Franklin, city Charlie Jones, Tyronza Bernice Ellis, Dell Mrs. T. H. Holt, Tomato Mrs. Everett Peterson and baby, city Mrs. Paul Lloyd, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Venie Webb, city Robert Porter, Jr., city Mrs. E. R. Pruitt. city Mrs. Wallace Iglehart, Dell Amanda Jean Boron, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Katy Johnson, city meeting of Sigma Delta Chi. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hitter left today for a vacation trip to Daytona Beach, Fin., where they will visit members of Mr. Ri tier's family. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature !SRS SISNA VIEDUGO ' MARTIN KOSIECK TlUBUEN S10NE DOUOUSS DUM8«ILLE_ Serial "Buffalo Bill" No. 12 Cartoon "Dizzy Dishes" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature A TRULV ORCAT MOTION FICTUMEI •I-C-M,.., | BATTLEGROUND —AND METRO NEWS Mrs. Davis Honored With Dessert-Bridge Mrs. C. Murray Smart entertained membtri of OBO Olub yesterday In special compliment to Mrt. Harold Davit, who is moving to MialMippl, with a deaert- bridge. Small vases of mixed spring flowers In shade of pink, blue and lavender centered the individual tables and were used throughout the home. Mrs. Davis was presented with a corsage from her hostess. A special guest of the group was Mrs. W. H. Wyatt, a sister of the honoree. High score* in the games were Esther Class Has Business Meeting in Home Esther Class of First Baptist Church held a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Allen Rushini last night. Opening prayer war led by Mrs. Q. 0. Alexander and Mrs. J. C. Roach presided over the buslnes» session when reports were mad* by committee chairmen. Mrs. K. M. Larkin gave the devotional with Mrs. John Mayes giving the benediction. In the social hour the hostesi was assisted in serving refreshments by her daughter, Judy. won by Miss Vera Goodrich, Mr*. Wyatt and Mrs. W. H. OTCeefe. 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