The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 1, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1955 - Society News - » inn Mallnvv Snpiotv Editor * PllOI Mire Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Reception Given at Lowe Home For Miss Keim and Her Mother Miss Margaret Keim and her mother, Mrs. Emmetl Keim of Belleville, 111., were complimented with a reception at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe yesterday afternoon. Miss Keim li the bride-elect of Mrs. Lo#e's eon, James Cecil Lowe. II. Wearing a tea gown of brown taffeta with full skirt over several petticoats, Miss Keim greeted her guests at the-door of the LOWB home. Mrs. Keim greeted the guests in a black crepe dress with rhinestone trim and Mrs. Lowe wore a wine crepe dress. The table from which tea cakes »hd punch were served- was over- laid with a outwork cloth and cell- tered with a glittering white novelty arrangement and lighted tapers in silver candelabra. Wearing billowing tea gowns, Mrs J. C. Ellis. Mrs. W. T. Barnett Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. Ruperl Oration, Mrs. F. E. Utlcy, Mrs. Raj Hall, Mrs. William Wyatt, Mrs. P. E. Scott, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and Misses 'Keen Hays and Pat Scott presided at the table through' out the afternoon. Dance Given at Women's Club For Senior High, College Students A forma) dance for senior high school and college students was given last night at the Woman's Club. Hosts were Pat Speck., Patty Scott, 01eone v Mitchell, Bob Willing- Ed Colston, Sandra ham, Billy Aiken, Kay Blackard. Jerry Edwards, Raj' Westbrook and Mary Louise Scrape. Refreshments were served throughout the evening from a table covered with pink overlaid with organdy. Centering the table was an arrangement of silver magnolia leaves and bells. This Was flanked by pink and white tapers. Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. DUb Colston, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scrape, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speck, Mr. and Mi's. F. E. Scott and Leo Lipscomb of Steele. Mrs. Damon to be Installed As Worthy' Matron of Eastern Star A public installation of wfll be held Monday night at 8 Officers to be installed are Mrs. Earl Damon, worthy matron; ftahk Ellis, worthy patron; Mrs. Frances Hardy, association matron; Frank Potto, associate patron; Mrs. Dorothy Bailey, secretary; Mrs. Mattie Eberdt .treasurer; Mrs. Maggie Hardy, conductress; Mrs Ola Barker, associate conductress; So Practical And Pretty the Order of the Eastern Star p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Miss Mary Featnerson, chaplain; Mrs. Ruth Shearin, marshal!, L. H. Hosp, organist; Mrs. Louis Mlzell, Adah; Mrs. Jeanne Ellis. Ruth; Mrs. Ma Hoi- Ifngsworlh, Esther; Mrs. Mar-ion McCaskill, Martha; Mrs. Pauline Alexander. Electa; Mrs. Louise Hosp, Warder, and Alvih Hardy. Senteninl. By Sue Burnett Sideswept detail is a pretty finish on a dress thnt is ideal for home wear. And so simple you can wear ft this season rind the next. Pattern No. 1M7 is In sizes 12, 14, 15, 18. 20; 40, 42. Size 14. 4 yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago fi. 111. Basle PASHIION. fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. Eminett Keim of Belleville, Ill- arrived yesterday to join his wife and daughter, who are here visiting Mr, and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape and Jimmy Moore of Ridglc-y, Tenn., left yesterday for a business trip to Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Don Huey announce the birth of a son, Dec. 26. The baby has been named Terry Lynn. Jim Bedwetl is spending the holiday weekend in Memphis with his parents. Yeoman, Gfatiy Magee lias returned to Long Beach, Calif., where he is serving aboard the USS Satyr, after spending the past several weeks here with his wife and sons. His family will join him in California in February. Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper of Oklahoma City are the parents of a son born Dec. 26 at Wesley Hospital there. The baby, who has been named James David, has a-brother, Robert Leonard. Mrs. Cooper is the former Peggy Barnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barnett. The Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson have returned from Birmingham, Ala., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Ray Carter, and Mr. Carter. In Jacksonville, Fla., they visited their son, William B, Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson. Linda Diane BlnyJock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Blaylock, who has been confined with double pneumonia, is now reported .to be improved. Damon McLeod is seriously ill in Kennedy Veterans Hospital. He is in Ward 16A. Mrs. C. F. Steward of Armorel and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ragsdale and daughter of Memphis have returned home after having spent t> holidays with relatives in Harrisburg, III., Evansville, Ind., and ProVi- dence, Ky. Leo Lipscomb of. Steele was the guest of his sister, Mrs. F, E. Scott. Mr. Scott and daughters last night. Coming Events Monday . Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Ohurch meets with Mrs. Kemp Whisenhunt. Miss Annie Lou Lovett IS co-hostess. Blytheville Unit of Hairdressers meets at Mildreds Beauty Shoppe. 8 p. m. WMU of Trinity Baptist Church meets at church, 2 p. m. Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Bob Coleman. 1:30 p. m. Marion Cook meets at church, 7 p. m. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at parish house, 8 p. m. Methodist WSCS meets at church for business and devotional program. 2 p. m. First Baptist WMU has covered- dish iuncehon I p. m. preceded by business meeting and Royal Service program at 2 p. m. Tuesday Blytheville Rebecca and Oddfel- lows Lodge having joint Installation and potluck supper, ^ p. m Annie Armstrong Circle meets at church 7 p. m. Mrs. W. C. Higginson entertains Tuesday Bridge, Club. Country Club Bridge League meets. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. J. P. Montandon. Mrs. Harold Nunn entertains GIB Bridge Club. Eastside Garden Club meets with Mrs. Lee Hill with Mrs. R. A. Copeland, co-hostess. Wednesday Club Eight meets with Mrs. otto Scrape. Mrs. James B. Clark entertains Town and Country Ctub. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Thursday Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. Coleman Stevens at the Coun try Club. GEO Club meets with Mrs Harold Davis. Mrs. Pelix Carney entertains . I Cliiliion Club. .'Duplicate Bridge League meets, j Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs j M. O. Esrey. Friday , Mrs. Bob Metcnlfe entertains I vendredi Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets. Watch For trie Announcement of KELLEY1 GREATEST SALE OF THE YEAR See Monday's Courier l^ews IHOI ir»n Bits of News f^e ertona Long ropes of brightly colored floating bfUlooiifi were used to deep- rate the Plantation Room of Hotil Noble where the dftnce was held. Each of the members and their Bursts were presented gaily Colored hats, nolsemakers and bagtj of confetti which Were used When the clock struck 12 and the new yeai 1 was ushered in. Club28HoldsAnnualNew Year's Eve Dance in Plantation Room Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Penn were hosts last night when Club 28 held its annual New Year's Eve Dance. Bob Bevlniton ind his orchestra Irom Memphli provided music throughout. th« «V«rim» for the dancers. Following the dance, breakfast was served, to th« group In the dining room of the hotel. Out-of-town guests Weft Dr. ind Mrs. Thermon Smith of Little Rock. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettyt Nellc Starr Mrs. Spencer Driver was hostess to her four-table bridge club at hg, home Thursday afternoon. A dessert course preceded the games of bridge. Special guests were Mr$; Harris Parks of Union City, term., Mrs. Reba Davidson of Uniontown, Aia ; , Mrs. C. E. Dean, Mrs. Charlie Hale, Mrs. Joe Cromer and Miss E3mily Mason. The Driver hofrte was decorated in magnolia foliage and nanditia berries. Raspberry parfaits and coconut cake were sei'ved. Mrs. J. L. Ward Won high club prize, Mrs. IJavld- soh, high gUest prize, and Mrs. R. C. Bryan Won bridgo. Mrs. J. W. Caftwright was hostess Thursday night to the Widows Pitch Cllib. Mrs. 5am Coble arid Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr Were guests. Parly shacks Were served at the Conclusion of the games. Mrs. V. C. Colbert Won high score, Mrs* Starr was presented a gift. Smoke Hides Films SINGAPORE (fPt —Slngaporens are avid movie-goers, but they're making so much smoke that they're beclouding the screen. The theaters flash slides before each film performance, telling patrons: "Reduce the smoke screen ana see better the cinescreen," The appeal doesn't seem to have muoh effect. Apparently no one hac thought of banning smoking in theaters. If you love the fullness of a floor length dress and wonder when you're ever going to wear one again, budget for a hostess goWn. You can rnnke it or buj 1 it—but let it be all the glamor and sWeep you crave. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c ci 35c A't All Times LAST TIf.lKS TODAY Double Feature A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Serial "Batman" No. 10 And Cartoon SUN., & MON. Double Feature DANGEROUS -CROSSING Jeanne CHAIN- Michael REHj —AND— Those from Osceola in Dallas for the-Cotton Bowl game are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gilliespie, Mr, and Mrs. Leroy Owen, Warren Weln- berg-, Lionel Silverfield. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Coleman, Prank Williams, Ben Butler, Si\, Ralph Wilson, Melvln Lapides, Rufus Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wygul, Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Massey and Miss Ann Massey, Donald Watson, Mrs. Jack Wilson, Albert Stokes, Wenclel Stovall. Mrs. David Laney was hostess to the Town and Country Canasta Club at he,r home Thursday for luncheon. Mrs. Jack Uzzelle was the only gUest. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellas, Miss Sylvia Ellas, Ronny and Bill, Jr., were in Cairo. 111., during the holidays to visit Mr. Ellas' parents. John Lillci'op of St. Louis spent the holidays with his mother, Mrs. John Lllicrop, Sr. Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Roberts of Memphis spent Christmas With Mr. Roberts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Roberts. Mrs. Madeline Campbell returned home Tuesday night from a month's visit with her son, James Wallace CampboM in Park Forest, 111., nriri friends In Peorla, til, Mr. and Mrs. f. E. Thufmond and soil, Stevie, of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T t R. Smith, Mrs. Reba Davidson of Uniontown, Ala., is visiting her daUght- er, Mrs. Charlie Lowrance, and family. Mrs. John W. Edrington, Mrs. W. B. Edririgton and Joe Peterson returned home Friday from a holiday visit with Mrs. Edrington's daughter, Mrs. Earl Futch, and family in Ocala, Fal. Mrs. P. D. Johnson, the new president of the Women of the Presbyterian Church, entertained members of the executive board with a luncheon at her home on Wednesday. , Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Williams and children of Itta Bena, Miss., are visiting her mother, Mrs. H. J. Levenstein and family. I Mrs. G. R. Smeltzer and child-! ren of Little Rock have returned i to their home after spending the holidays with Mrs. Smeltzer's j Glaiide Lloyd underwent leg sur- Lislen fo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for RIti & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program CARTOON "TWO FOR A RECORD" •Sun. •Mon. •lues. 2Oth Century-Fox presantt Cniion June Van Lauren WEBHILYSOH-HEFLIK-BACALL Fred Arlene Cornel In A Great, Big Wonderful CHARLES BRACKET! t»,,w» JEAN NtGUlESCO t, CtAUDE BINYON MARY tOOS « RICHAKD SALE METRO NEWS PLUS PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CINEMASCOPE SHORT "STUNT PILOT" ChillionClub Conducts Game Mrs. Mike Meroney entertained members of the Chlllton Club at her home Thursday afternoon when she had as her guests Mrs. Paul Byrum and Mrs. Roy Head. Winners in games were Mrs. W. A. Holllngsworth, high, Mrs. Mary Hntfleld, second high, and Mrs. Felix Carney, third. A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the games. At The Hospitals Chickasawbi Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ethylen Attaway, city. Mrs. O. O. Hardawayj city. Mrs. Jane Gurnow, city. Qi'Sg Lynn, Flint. Mich. Steven Lynn, Flint, Mich. Mrs. John Duclose. city. Carrie White, city. Even the best vitamin pills will not make Up for Unbalanced meals or a diet that lacks essential element*. The body can absorb only a small percentage of the Iron in a pill, but it will use most of the iron in liver, for instance. mother, Mrs. Ely Driver, gery at Osceola Memorial Hospital Tuesday morning. Mrs. Ralph Wllsdti and children are spending this week In Nashville, Tehn., with Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Murry. Donald Watson, student at Austin College in Austin, Tex., has returned to school after spending the holiday with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beall and three soos moved this week Into their new home on Franklin Street. I. O. Crosthwait will be hospitalized for the next ten days at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. 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