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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEYILLS (ARK.) COURIER NEWg TMURBDAT, JANUARY 6, 1998 ^Society News - a Ann Mollnvv Rnniptv ffidit.nr • PllOI Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Woman's Club Garden Group Has Program The Garden Department of the Woman's Club met at the club house yesterday afternoon with 15 members, two new members, Mrs H. D. Snow and Mrs. C. O. Red man, and 11 visitors present. Mrs. Bay Hall was -in charge of the business session and the program was under the direction of Mrs. W. Leonard Smith. A film on "Williamsburg, Va., Flower Arrangements," was shown to the group by Mrs. Helen Carr. In the flower arrangements, winner was Mrs. Smith. Mrs. George Barham served as judge. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. George Lee, Mrs. C. C. Czeschin and Mrs. Hall. They served a dessert course at the conclusion of the meeting. Gosnell WMS Has Program At Church Gosnell Women's Missionary Society met Tuesday night with 21 members and two visitors, Mrs W. F. Lucius and Mrs. John Hill, present. Repeating of the watchword and group singing opened the meeting, Mrs. Boss Caldwell gave the opening prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Eulah Moody. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Alice Lott, Mrs. Dorothy Bevill, Mrs. Gladys Jones, Mrs. Marie Moody, Mrs. Mamie Moody, Mrs. Wilma Williams and rs. Beulah Caldwell. Mrs. George Reppard dismissed the group with prayer, Club Eight Entertained By Mrs. Scrape Mrs. Otto Scrape entertained members of Club Eight at her home yesterday when she had as her guest Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. G. O. Poetz and Mrs. Sam Owens, Preceding the games, a dessert course was served by the hostess. TLE Bridge Club Conducts Game TLE BrJdge Club met at the home of Mrs . Dick Watson last night with Mrs. W. E. Cherry as hostess. Winners in the games were Mrs. Cherry, high and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, second high. Refreshments were served by the hostess preceding the games. Singing Convention To Be'Held At Dell Mississippi County Singing Convention will be held at Dell Baptist Church Sunday beginning at 2 p.m. The Hqme State Quartet from Dexter, Mo,, will be the guest quartet. Just A Yard For Each i YARD APRONS 8176 12.42 By Sue Burnett Dainty little party aprons, that make such wonderful glfts.~"*And each style requires just a yard, of fabric In all but the largest sizes. Paltern No. 8176 is In sizes 12. 14, 16, IS, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 1 yard of 35 or 39-Inch for each style. For this pattern, send 30c Iri COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Elythevllle Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The latest Issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '54 — Is colorful, [stimulating and a complete guile In wardrobe planning for a nflw season. 26 cent* per copy — »end for It now. MARRIED — In a ceremony solemnized in Jonesboro Sunday Miss Liliie Velcine Pratt became the bride of Billy John Howard of Blytheville. Vows Exchange by Jonesboro Girl and Blytheville Man In a candlelight ceremony solemnized Sunday afternoon at the Bible Hour Tabernacle in Jonesboro, Miss Liliie Velcine Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Pratt, Sr. t became the bride of Billy John Howard of Blytheville, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Howard of Walnut Ridge. The Rev. T, Richard Reed offi-jC. L. Crump, and Dr. Crump. ciated at. the double ring cere- Those assisting at the reception mony. Floor baskets of white gladioli and carnations, palms and fern decorated the church altar which was illuminated by white cathedral candles glowing in candelabra. An arch entwined with honeysuckle was erected over the prle dieu where the couple knelt. Mrs. Gene Norman, organist, and Mrs. Buford Boyles, Jr., of Memphis, sister of the bride, provided nuptial music. They both wore formats of blue. Miss Vida Mae Pratt, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore a green ballerina length formal of lace with matching tiara and carried a pink rosebud and carnation nosegay. Miss Aurelia Jones and Miss Doris Dobson of Deering, Mo., wearing blue formats, lighted the tapers and Sara Annette Pratt of Jonesboro and Eleanor Suznnne Boyles of Memphis, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. Their dresses were Identical pink nylon with gathered skirts. They wore pink velvet headbands and pink flowers. Linda Kay Gentry, niece of the. groom, wearing a • white frock, was the ring bearer. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white Chantilly lace fashioned with a fitted bodice and a skirt made of six gathered ruffles. It was waltz length and had a jacket of lace that fastened to the waist with self-covered buttons. The same buttons were used on the leg-o-mutton sleeves. Her veil of French illusion edged r with wide lace was attached to a I Jr.. are spending this week in Ch tiara of tiny seed pearls, sequins nnd orange blossoms. She carried a white Bible topped with a purple orchid. Mack Pratt of Blytheville served as best man and ushers ..were O'Neal Smith and Charles Whitehead, both of Jonesboro. Mrs. Pratt, mother of the bride, wore a grey suit and Mrs. How- were Miss Lula Belle Chandler of Senath, Mrs. Cecil Barnes, Miss Glenna Howard of Memphis and Mrs. Bonnie Gentry of Walnut Ridge. For her wedding trip, the bride chose a suit oT gray tweed with grey accessories. She pinned the orchid from her Bible at her shoulder. The couple will reside in Blytheville where the groom is employed by Meyers Bakery. Wednesday Club Has Luncheon In Black Home Wednesday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. F. E. Black . The members were seated at the dining table for lunch which was centered with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Blade were winners in the bridge games. Bits of News Wo ot Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, J. R. Bullard Miss Deason Are Wed MANILA—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Deason of the Blackwater community announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Lou, to James R Bullard, son of Mrs. Bernlce Bullard of Manila and Mr. Russell Bullard of Jonesboro, on December 26 in Hernando, Miss. Mrs. Bullard is a junior in Manila High School where she is a member of the Future Homemakers of America, A graduate of Manila High School where he was voted Mr. Manila High School and senior of the year in 1953 and an outstanding athlete, Mr. Bullard attended Georgia Tech. He is atending Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Mrs. James R. Bullard Jerome Phillip Reames, Miss Bacon Exchange Vows in Lutheran Church In a ceremony performed Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran Church here Miss Janet Dorothy Bacon, .daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bacon, of Caruthersville became the bride of Jerome Phillip Reames, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Reames of Kennett. The Rev James Pomeroy official- net with lace panels over a skirt of ed at the ceremony. | satin. The lace bodice featured a Baskets of white chrysanthemums ! scalloped neck and long sleeves, and white tapers in gold candelabra Her finger-tip veil fell from a cap formed the background for the wed- of matching lace and she earned a white Bible topped with stephanotis centered with a white orchid. James Walpole of Kennett served as best man and ushers were Robert Woods of Rector and Tommy Strie- ding party. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Janet Drain, organist, and Miss Bernice Cain, soloist. Miss Anita Howard served as maid of honor and bridesmaid was Miss Rose Marie Reames, sister ivllSS ttosu ivlllne rw;<iiiica, oun-i * *,..*... — - = . of the groom They wore identical tion was held at the Bacon home gowns of bronze taffeta and carried ! - '—>"-•"""» '"- «"• »«lc1m» bouquets of bronze chrysanthemums. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white . 1 01 Ktnnett. Following the ceremony, a recep- in Caruthersville for the wedding party and their families. The couple left for Defiance,, O., where they will make their home. Eastside Garden Club Has Meeting Members of Eastside Garden Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Lee Hill Tuesday when Mrs. R. A. Copeland was co-hostess. Mrs. Henry Young opened the meeting with a poem from the yearbook find prayer. Mrs. Ben Buggr presided over the business session. * The leader for the day was Mrs. C. O. Miller, who was assisted by Mrs. A. D. Priest, who gave a demonstration on dried arrangements. Mrs. W. E. Buchanan spoke on growing poinsettias. "Forcing Blooms" was the topic of the meeting. Winners In the natural dried arrangements were Mrs. Priest, first, Mrs. Buchanan, second, and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, third. Colored arrangement winners were Mrs. C. M. Abbott, first, Mrs. Taft Metzger, second, and Mrs. Earl Damon, third. Mrs. Alice Woniack won honorable mention and the door prize was awarded Mrs. W. O. Anderson. These prizes were potted plants. Judges were the hostesses and Mrs. Bugg. There were 23 members and guests present for this meeting. Guests were Mrs. Blanche Summers, Mrs. Mitchell West, Mrs. Mervin E. Cook and Mrs. Elton Foster. cago on business. Mrs. E. B. Walker of Fail-field, Mo., Miss Thelma Evans of Joiner and Mrs. Thomas Tennington of Ashport. Tenn., were the guests, of Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot this week.! Van Wright of Little Rock was j the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. j Mallory and daughters last night. 1 _ „._., „_ _ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of; ard, mother of the groom, a blue i Orlando, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. \ ' Max Woolen and daughter, Max-' ine, of Memphis have returned to their homes after spending the holiday season here with Mr. and' Mrs. C. M. Buck. J. Louish Cherry has returned from Little Rock and Paris. Ark., where he spent the past several. days on business. Mrs. Sybil Noble has returned rom Jonesboro where she visited At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Andrew Conley, Hermondale Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dene Webb, city Mrs. Joe Warren, city King Williams, city Henry Porter, city Mrs. James Parrish nnd baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Irene Sanders, Dell Mrs. Chester Lewis, city Daisy Simmons, Clear Lake NGW Club Has Meeting in Graham Home NGW Club met at the tvjme of Mrs. Herbert Graham last night, with Mrs. I. J. Langley hostess. , The nine members spent the evening m playing games and informal entertainment. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the conclusion of the games. The U. S. Government published an enormous map of the United States that would make a wonderful wallpaper for one wall of a geography-minded boy's room. Nice for a rumpus room, too. • * • Faille—don't iron it on the right side or you'll be out one dress. Do it carefully on the wrong side, preferably with a nonshed towel underneath. suit. Both had while carnation corsages. A reception was held at ' the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Coming Events Friday Chapter N PEO Sisterhouu i , . , meets with Mrs. L. E. Old. 2 p.m. | her mother Mrs. A. D Anderson, Friday Contract Club meets with | B « d from Birmingham, Ala where Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. Bob Metcalfe entertains Vendredi Bridge Club. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Loy Welch. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets. I Moore. she visited the Bush family and ; New Orleans where she attended the Sugar Bowl. : Mrs. R. H. Kirhy has returned home Mount Pleasant. Mich., where she spent the holiday season with Dr. and Mrs. Forrest Reddy Kilowatt Says— The KEY to Better Sight is Better Light! Buy your supply of Light Bulbs from the Kiwanis KEY Club Ark-Mo Power Co. GEM THEATRE "Osceola's Finest" 2 MORE DAYS THURSDAY & FRIDAY -AT REGULAR PRICES- •<•"». BING DAN'NY ROSEMARY VEItA- CROSBY- KAYE-CLOONEY- ELLEN .. MM MM • '« m KM • »««••;" Witt « *>4 MttVIN HANK ' A Fl THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville- Phone 3-IB21 Weekdays Show Starts 7:flf> p.m.. Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Double Feature presents in EXCITING COLOR! DONNA CORCORAN^ WARD BOND • FRANCES DIE - 6YPSK AND— LUCILLE BALL JAMES CRAIG ALSO CARTOON Lutheran Guild Has Election Of Off i, icers An election of officers was held last night when the Guild of tho First Lutheran Church held its first meeting of the year. Officers elected Were Mrs. Charles 'Wildy, president; Mrs. B. P. Brogdon, vice-president; Miss Diane Zeller, secretary, and Mrs. Earl Wildy, treasurer. Repeating of the Lord's Prayer in unison dismissed the group. Mrs. George McLeod acted as hostess in the absence of Mrs. Charles Henley in the social hour. Perfume's Scent Is Fortune Latin Girl Disillusioned By House Duties Well, what do you know? A gal from another country has come to America, looked over us American w o m e n and is ready to go back home without telling us what an easy life we have or that we don't fully appreciate our so-won- d e rful American This visitor « uth Millett came over from Italy all set to marry an American who had been courting her via mail for 18 months. But she quickly changed her mind about wanting to become an Amer ican housewife once she found out we aren't the spoiled darlings we have the reputation for being. In her own words, "It was rather I shocking to me to find out the average American housewife has to keep up her own house—even does the cooking." Every time some babe /rom across the ocean pays America a brief visit aid sounds off about how spoiled American women are, how extravagant, and how little we know about keeping a man happy, our men get smug and say, "Boy, is she ever right!" j So here is a suggestion: Just file ; this little item about Vanna Sous- •> sel, 26, of Milan, Italy, who came to America to become an American . wife and changed her mind when ' she discovered that the average i American wife doesn't have "as | rosy a "time" as she had "been led to believe." I Then next time your husband i starts reading you what some vis- j iting foreigner has to say about • spoiled American women who don't ' appreciate a good thing- when they have it—drag out this clipping and ; read it right back at him. ' You might even point out thai By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Like all alcoholic products, perfume's biggest customer Is the nir. Left in bottles, perfumes evaporate and change color. In some cases, they disappear entirely, leaving the disgruntled owner with a fancy bottle and not even a whiff of that lovely smell. For this reason, use the perfume rather than admire the bottle.. Yes, perfume can be overdone. But a wise woman has a wardrobe of perfume that she uses with discretion. She beats evaporation to the bottom of the bottle. For everyday use, most women prefer a perfume or even a cologne that's light and clear. It doesn't knock one out in a closed room, but leaves a nice who's- been-here aroma. For evenings out or entertaining. a woman should have a perfume for each sort of costume. For nights when she's being; exotic, she has one scent. For more formal affairs, she has another — cool but certain. She would no more wear the same scent to a harvest party that she wears to a dance than she would wear the same dress to both. * For maximum efficiency, perfume should be worn in pulse spots, wrists and crooks of arms, the temples and the sides of the neck. Nice, too, on the hairline tnd upper lip. Miss Scussel got disillusioned without even waiting around loni; enough to find out that on top ol doing their own housework ami cooking, a big percentage of American wives also help bring home the spaghetti and meat balls. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Cartoon "Motor Maniacs" FRI., & SAT. Double Feature —AND- RUW! &RAGING! RIOTING! JAUL KELLY HEM o'miivAH I. WARDEN DUFfYI — •• • •":» - „. 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