The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 31, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 31, 1954
Page 2
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f ACS TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1954 - Society News - - A „- Mnllnvv Qnmfltv KMilOr * illO Mist Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phon« 3-4461 Open House Honors Miss Keim, Bride-Elect of James Cecil Lowe, II Young people of Blytheville were officially introduced to Miss Margaret Keim of Belleville, III., who will become the bride of James Cecil Lowe, II, April 2, yesterday afternoon when Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, the groom-elect's mother, entertained with an open house at her home. The guest were greeted »t the door by Mr. Lowe, Miss Keim, Mrs. Lowe and the bride-elects' mother, Mrs. Bmmett Keim. An Italian cutwork cloth overlaid the tea table which was centered with an arrangement of glittering cattails, driftwood and blue baubles. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Waddv Moore, III, Mrs. .Bob Walden • Mrs Robert Reid and Misses Betty Lee Gflrrott, Jimmie Me Moore, I Linda Raydcr and Millie Ann Mal'• lory. I other yill'-iide decorations used throughoul ihe home Include"! snftw scrne.s. glided magnolia leaves and A large Ilifhled tree. Miss Keim, who greeted her guests wearing a Mac* velvet suit wilh matching accessories, was pri-senied china in her chosen pattern by her hostess. First Christian Church Groups To Welcome in New Year Tonight The Chi-Ro and senior groups of First Christian Church Youth Fellowship will have a progressive dinner and worship service tonight to welcome in the New Year. Homes of Mrs. Harry Bradley, . \/\A/A Mr«. W. D. Cobb. Mrs. Albert Tay- I nttlS MOOF! Y WA lor, ffrs. Russell Hays and the {'-'-' the 11:30 worship service and candlelight communion service to be held at the church under the direction of the senior group. A season of prayer Will welcome In the new year. Tills Is an annual iffalr of the church. church dining room will be the [ (" f~.f-.Ai i/~tc Meet'lDd .cenes of various dinner courses. | V.UF 1UUU I S IVlcciiiiy The public is invited to attend p j-JQppg HeTB Ixjttle Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met In the home of Mrs. G. S. Birmingham last night with 1 members present. Repeating of the watchword opened the meclini! followed with prnyer by Miss Alberta Sadler. Miss Clara Sue Ray conducted the business session and Miss Sadler Rave the devotional. Those taking parts on the por- gram were Misses Oeriildlne Hln- ton, Carline Tate, Barbara Sawyer, Glenda Penny and Pnl-sy Henson. Miss Sawyer dismissed the group with prayer. Tops In Women's Styles If you [eel us though you're a finicky housewife when you rush around sticking little ooustcrs under Bosses to naw: llll: turnllme, net or make crocheted booties for ['.lltssefi and Install Ihem before serving. It will eliminate that over- fussy act In Iront. of guests. By Sue Burnett Mere Is a charming nnd feminine frock for important events In sizes that flatter the matron. Note the clever use of soft contrast. pattern No. 1953 Is In sizes 38 J8. 40, 42. 44, 46, 48. 50, 52. Size 38, 3?i yards of 35-Inch; 1 ynrcl contrast. For this pattern, send 30c li COINS your name. Hdriress, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, III. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog. Basic FASHION. The fall nnd winter '54 issue Is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Griffin and son, Mike, tell yesterday for OBden, Utah, to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens and children have returned Irom Shrcvcport, La., where they spent the holidays with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Howell Brewer, and daughter, Pal. Tl" v wcre Joined there by Mrs, Slovens' sister. Mrs. Robert Hester, and Mr. Hester of New York. Condition of Mrs. Jane Uurnow, who underwent surgery at Chlcka- sawba Hospital Monday, Is reported to tac satisfactory. Mr, and Mrs. Ernest M. Hawkins, Jr., of Dallas, Tex., spent the holidays here wU.h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George O. Yatcs. Mrs. Emmett Keim and daughter, Margaret, of liellevtllc, III., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Col. and Mrs. John R. McDonald and children are the guests of Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, and her sister. Mrs. Jaek Hale, Mr. Hale and children. Col. McDonald is cnroute to Washington, O. C., where he will Join the Pentagon stall. Mrs. McDonald and children will remain here for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Williamson of Cflrdwell will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gardner tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates and daughters, Sandra and Kay, spent the holidays In HI Dorado. Mrs. Clalr Miller spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Buddy Brown are the parents of a daughter born Monday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. 'Hie baby, who has been named Sharon Starr, has a brother, Terry. Mrs. Brown Is the former Bethyl Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Daniel nn- nounce the birth of their first child, a daughter, born Wednesday at Baptist Hospital In Memphis. The baby has been named Su?.nn Tllv- ers. Mrs. Daniel Is the former Amy Claire Crook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook. Mayo Bell and Joe Kelly of St. Louis were the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olalr Miller and sons. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Henderson and Mrs. Russell Gill aj-e spending several days In rx» Angeles and Torrence, Calif. While there they are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henderson's son and Mrs. Gill's brother. Boh Henderson, and tamlly. They will Mrs. Borum Compliments Granddaughter Mrs. Edgar P. Borum entertained 40 children at the Country Club Wednesday a f tcrnoon when she complimented her granddaughter, Harriet Alexander, on her fifth birthday. Assisting Mrs. Borum with the Karucs during the afternoon were Joan Kidd, Ann Pride. Carol Cop- pedtie, Terry Evans and Mary Alexander. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served and pictures were made of the group. Esther Class Has Party in Alexander Home Esther Class of Tlrst Baptist Church held a Christmas party at l he home of Mrs. Q. O. Alexander !asl night. This party was held laU: due to the death of Mrs, Helen Norman Koonce. daughter of Mrs. Allen Rushing. Mrs. Rushing is a mi-inlicr of this class. Mrs. Rushing opened the. meeting with prayer and Miss Marian Mnyra rend the story, "When the Bells Chime." DHLs were exchanged by the f$ron|> and the hostess served re- frcshmcnts to the 10 members and two quests The remainder of the evening was spent informally. attend the Rose Bowl game tomorrow. Pvt. Oscar Hardiiway, Jr., of Camp Chaffee, Fort Smith, Ark., arrived yesterday to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O Hurcliiwiiy. Earl Pride Coopedge Is leaving tomorrow for the Citadel in Charleston, s. C. where he Is a student Mrs. C. J. Fleetwood has returned to her home in Memphis after spending the past several days here visiting her father, J. P. Allison, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. CoppedRe Mrs. E. C. Patton and Samuel F. Morris left this morning for New Orleans to attend the Sugar Bowl. They will Join Lt. John Oliver (Bo) CoppedKC, a nephew of Mr. Cop- pcdue and a coach at the Naval Academy, there. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsell have ns their RUesls Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart and family of Memphis, Mr. Stewart's brother, Jim Stewart of Rochester, N. Y., and their son. Pvt. Johnny Halsell, ol Fort Jackson, S. C. Pvl. Jerry Halsell and Pvt. Oliver W. Coppedge, Jr., arrived lost night from Fort Jackson, S. C., to spend 1 several days with their parents. [unior High Set Complimented With Dance in Plantation Room Approximately 85 of the junior high set were present ast night when David Burnett, Wesley Adams and Boyce Freeman Moore entertained with a dance in the Plantation loom of Hotel Noble. HAVE ANNIVERSARY ^- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffin of Manila celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at on open house at the home of Harbert Griffin on Dec. 18. The Griffins, residents o/ Manila for the past 36 years, have one son, Harbert, also of Manila. New Years Eve Dance to he Held At Country Club by University Club A New Year's Eve Dance will be held by the University Club at the Country Club tonight beginning at 9 p.m. foi members and their guests. The refreshment table will be overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with a top hat, gloves Mrs. Helen White, third grade teacher in Manila schools, suffered a broken arm Monday morning when her car overturned. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dean Davis and children of SMU, Dallas, were loliday guests of his mother, Mrs. Georgia Davis. Coach and Mrs. Deward Dopson and son spent the holidays with his parents in El Dorado. Miss Jeannette Tipton of Hard- ng College, Searcy, is the guest of her parents, the Alvin Tiptons. Manila Methodist Church will observe college and high school student recognition services at 11 o'clock Sunday. Mrs. W. O. Roach and daughter, Dorothy, were business visitors in Memphis Monday. Twelve 1954 graduates attended class reunion held in the Lions Hub dining room last Thursday night. Supt. and Mrsj Roy Ashabranner and Miss Thelma Fowler, sponsor of the class, were guests. and boutor.nicre sitting on a black and white silk scarf. Hosts for the occasion are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White, Mr. anr Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whitls and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White. Mission Completed VALPARAISO. Ind. (IK — Mrs. Elizabeth Sherrer drove a mile to buy a loaf of bread and' returned home with the bread but with no ca r. On the way back, the car stalled on a railroad crossing just as a train roared down the tracks. Mrs. Sherrer jumped to safety but the car was destroyed. She still had the loaf of bread in her arms. . At The Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs Chodla Brents and baby, city Mrs. Larry Murdaugh, Flint, Mich. Mrs. Kay Bevill, city Marie Helms, city Althia Frame, Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jessie Guthrie, Holland Mrs. Delia V. Cooper, city The inside of an 'automatic cof fee pot gets a brown stain easily. A homcmaker feels frustrated becausr she can't dump it in the sink ant scrub, She may be tempted to use a. gritty cleanser. She shouldn't There are special products that wil clean these appliances without tak ing off the finish. The doctor's right whwi he recommends low or flat heels for wear SHE'S LONG - Sara Shane, who reiTiHlv won the "Mis* Long LCJIS" title in Hollywood. during pregnancy. But your morale I shows on her 42-Inch less For Will suffer if they're busted down 1 [he rrroni. Miss Shane'? oihci shoes. Get pretty, strong new ones rnensilienicnts arc ;1G-C.1-;15. wrecia lion We desire to express our sincere j;nililiide to our friends who so (sencrously came (o our aid following Ihc recent destruction of our home by fire. For the words of sympathy ;md encourajje- ment and for material things showered upon us we shall ever be grateful, and we wish for each of you a most happy and prosperous NEW YKAR. We are temporarily at home in the Home Economic* Building at the Hurdctte school, and should be happy to have our friends drop in fi im four to six o'clock Saturday, January 1st. MR. I, MRS. L. H.AUTRYSR. MR. I, MRS. L. H. AUTRY JR. 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Gold candelabra holding green tapers flanked this arrangement. Misses Jimmie Lee Moore and Pat Partlow presided at the tabls throughout the evening. Milk is the perfect food, perfect for beauty too. Instead of coffee, a morning glass of milk, even skim milk, will give nourishment and even out a diet that's long on stimulant, short on calcium. PEARL HARBOR HI — A Navy ordnance disposal unit recently begun the task of clearing Taroa and j Mill Islands in the Marshall Island i roup of unexploded American j and Japanese ammunition from ] World War II. Abou 17 people living on the two islands were removed until the Navy completes its hazardous task. , Leon Robertson's Radio and T.V. Service 515 E. Main Wade Warehouse BIdg. 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