The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 2, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILIJ! /ARK.V COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1988 - Society News - „ AV.VI TUoll/M-v Snniptv Frlilnr * PnOIV Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 "Alice in Fashionland," Ticket Sales Campaign Begins Today The Blvlheville Junior Auxiliary admonishes Don t be late for a very important date" with "Alice in Fashionland, the seventh annual fashion show production to be shown Tuesday Sept 13, at the high school auditorium at 8 p.m. Bits of News Advance under the . n \ vst Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, Mrs. Mary Scrape.. Mrs. Forrest Moore, f'f ,£ a drf '£ SSi ^ 1—^= MS %£ .^'i*,.?' „ I S . Rader and her committee: the three-day state Home Dcmon- mf. Sami Mrs B. p. Brogdon, Mrs. Ross | sirnton dub convention in ains will ta M« Max Usrev ! Hughe. Jr.. Mrs. W. M. Jontz, Mrs. j boro. ir Mr* E"C Wlii'lev Mr- Free- : Ben Mac White, Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mrs . i.exie Gay and daughter Lou man Robinson Mrs' Johnnv While; Mrs. Blan Heath and Mrs. S. E. E n ei , returned yesterday from a anH vtV« V E Utlev ' jDunkley. j three-week vacation in Springfield, and Mis. F. E. Ltu>. I Ca])n . £ o{ Mrs . R . E . G , ee n as ' ..... _ . Mrs. Harry A. Hames is seiung ; - bbl wU , enljven tne as general chairman of the show h Rrf with Mrs. James Leo Brooks as co- -™ with Mrs. James Leo Brooksas co- --^^ {o at|fm(j chairman. Mr*. Joe r. 1K ^ •""! Dice's tour through will act as narrator while models nn im«ls am Irom .Whiisitt's Shop. The season's lawsi. fashions. Flowers will be Aliens. Mrs. Pride edited the parody of Lewis Carroll's classic and was assisted in ilie description of fashions by Mrs. George Hubbard Jr., Mrs. H. N. Whitis and Mrs. J. W. McHaney. A Bunny, Too Alice, played by Mrs liams Jr.. will take .. . through scenes of a dreamlike a ..._. „ the land of Tot ' strange animals and outlandish decks of cards will be unfolded in scenes introduced by the Blytheville High School Quartet under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henri'. There will be other specialty numbers by local talent throughout the show. Mrs. R. G. McHancy Beta Sigma Phi Council Has Meeting City Council of Beta Sigma Phi met Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Gene Boggs. . Representatives from the Alpha Alpha, Alpha Delta and Exemplar Chapters were present for the meet- is in charge of this phase of ihe program. Stage lighting will be directed • by Mrs. Dale Briggs and Mrs. Eric 1 ' - - • ' zes for •ed b: H. Smart. For Child Welfare Arrangements for the Runnv Trtrt ui.ns^ tifc,» ivinf- " "• ~~ Bunn> ' To ° by Mrs. Dale Briggs and Mrs, ed by Mrs. J. M. Wil- whit i ej . Favors and door prizi rill take the models I , he n ; fn( hnve ^^ sccl ,re Ore., where they visited Mrs. Gay's son, Joe Estes, Mrs. Estes and children, and her brother. Bill LaShot, Mrs. LaShot and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Hawkins of Dallas, Tex., will arrive today to be holiday weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George O. Yates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rodgers have returned from a vacation in Lubbock. Tex., where they visited their daughter. Miss Billie Jane Rodgers. Miss Rodgers has accepted the position of choral director in the junior high school at Plainview, Tex., for this year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Dyce of Memphis celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary yesterday with a dinner party given in their honor by their son and daughter. George printed \ Dyce and Mrs. Martha Ann Wha' Junior High PTA Executive Board Has Meeting in Cure Home Here Executive Board of Junior High School Parent-Teacher Association met at the home of Mrs. E. J. Cure, its president, yesterday morning. Mrs. Cure presided over the meeting; with Mrs. Glenn Ladd, program - chairman, discussing plans for the five programs of the year. Plans were also made for furnishing a first aid room and officers and committee chairmen were announced. . They are Mrs. Cure, president; Mrs. Rupert Crafton, vice-president: Mrs. Louis Smotherman, secretary- Mrs. John Arends, treasurer, aiid Mrs. H. H. Mathis, historian; . Mrs. Larid, program chairman; Mrs Jesse Taylor, membership; Mrs. Parris McCalla, publicity; Mrs. Forrest Moore, hospitality; Mrs. Byron Moore, parent education; Mrs. James Terry, service chairman; Mrs. Fay Austin, magazine; Mrs. R. B. Stout, character and spiritual life and Mrs. E. R. Mclnnes, health; . _ Dyce is the daughter of r j,^. ant j jj'rs. L. o. Anderson of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Konochek and sons, Bobby and Dick, of New Lennox, 111., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. Mr. program were made by Mrs. R. A. Warren and Mrs. Kemper Bruton. f^* f^ •-) Working with them were Mrs. VjltV vjOUilCll MaK Usre 5' Jr - Mrs - Jac * Webb ' J Mrs. Ben Harpolp. Mrs. Whitney Morgan. Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Vernon Thomassdn, Mrs. Spencer Al- llvli . allu exander, Mrs. I. R. Coleman and | Konochek. a wholesale houseware Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. I am j (, oy dealer of Joliet. 111., re- PubliciiY for the event will be ; ceived his wings at Blytheville Air .,. , ,„,,.• J | Porce Base in 1943 and was sta- - i tioned here as an instructor for Proceeds from the show will be i t w o years. j used to further Junior Auxiliary ) Harold Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. i I projects which include a milk fund j A j Hill of Luxora. has accepted j m S- | for underprivileged children, buying t i le position of art teacher in West- Mrs. .Randal Hawks, council j eye g i asses for needy children.. the I sidf . j un i or High School in Little president, presided over the bilsi-[ Lgrige School for Exceptional Chil- R OC ^. new session when plans for the! dl . en anc ( th e public Library Storj' Lt' and Mrs E B. Gee Jr., of year's projects were discussed and Houl . I Belleville. 111., will spend the holi- committee chairman were named. Adult and student tickets * are ; c ] av weekend here with their par- Mrs. Jack Owen gave a report available from all Auxiliary mem- i ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee and on the state convention which will ' -- J •'•- ,;.,;.,,.,!.,„ ... i._ be held here April 21-22 of next year. Handled by Mrs. Dick J. White and j Mrs. S. E. Tune. Mrs. John Caudill, music chairman' Mrs. Arends, budget and finance; Mrs. W. H. Wyatt, publications; Mrs. F. E. Utley, juvenile protection; Mrs. Tune, school lunch; Mrs, J. W. Adams, civil defense: Mrs. J. H. Gill, librarian; Mrs. John Burnett, home room and Mrs. Alex Shelby, Pounder's Day. Jaycettes Complete Plans For Contest Plans were completed for the "Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest," last night when Jaycette members and one new member, Mrs. Lynn Walton, met at the Jaycee Clubroom. These plans, were announced by the commute which consists of Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky. Mrs. J. L. WstbrooK, Jr., Mrs. Joe Warren, Mrs. Harold j f ore a background of white gladiol Rex Farmer, Miss Holt Wed in Manila MANILA — The home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holt of Manila was the setting of the wedding of their daughter. Miss Mary Sue Holt, to Rex Gene Farmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Farmer, of Manila Friday night. The Rev. Alvis Moore, pastor of Milligan Ridge Baptist Church, officiated. The bride wore a white net waltz length bridal gown, with a white net stole. Her veil cascaded from a half hat of white satin trimmed with white pearls. She carried a white prayer book topped with a white mum. Miss Carrie Sue Haynes -of Biytheville, the bride's only attendant, wore a pink net waltz length gown and carried a sheaf of pink roses. Sammy Parker of Manila served as best man. The double-ring ceremony was performed in the living room be- Thompson, Anderson. Jr., and Mrs. George anc j greenery. Mrs. Holt, mother of the bride, The group also made plans for a Halloween party for the Jaycettes, their • husbands and' guests . avaae rom n e- ens, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. ee an bers and the participating stores, ! Mr ancl Mrs , Ma tt Monaghan. and while every effort is being made j Hex Warren is undergoing treat- to conlact 'all persons for advan wore a blue lace gown with white accessories and her corsage was of pink carnations. Mrs. Farmer, mother of the eroom, was dressed in a blue lace dress with white accessories and she pinned pink camtaions at her shoulder. A reception \va-s held immediately following the ceremony. Miss Duplicate Bridge League games, ^ era Haynes of Blytheville and scheduled for tomorrow afternoon Miss Marcia oi en n White oi Ma- Bridge League Games Canceled have been.canceled. Chiilion Club Meets With Mrs. Hollingsworth •going ! men! for an injured back at Camp.;ales. persons not contacted may j bell'' I call Mrs. Terry or purchase tickets ' at the door the night of the show. Guests Are Winners at Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Paul i Fmn nnn lavivhenl^'iK-Jl lUri Byrum were guests Wednesd Chiilion Club met nt the home ot Mrs. W. A. Ilomngsworlh. Mrs. Hollingsworth used roses to decorate her home and served a salad course. Mrs. Mike Meroney won first in the games, Mrs. E..R. Jackson, second, and Mrs. O. O. Elkms. third. Clinic in Memphis. He is in j R 00 m 413. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Pat Magruder of Fayetteville are spending several days here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall. Mrs. Magruder is the former .Miss Nita Rose Hall. Judge and Mrs. Roy Harper and children Kate and Arthur of St. Louis will arrive tomorrow to spend the holiday weekend here with her j sister, Mrs. F. E. Black, and Mr. Black. Mrs. John Caudiil and children have returned from visiting rela- nlia. presided at the bride's table. They both wore waltz length gowns of green net. A floral arrangement of pink gladioli was used on the table which was covered with a lace cloth over pink. Mrs. Farmer wore for her wedding trip a dress of white pique with white accessories. The couple left for a week-end I honeymoon at Current River i Beach. 1 They will make their home in j Manila where the groom is en- T.l.mio* - 9 hr, Tomorrow - WMCT Cha.ntl I. * WHBQ Ch.nrwl 13 WMCT Ckaaael I Friday Nifht, Mpt. 2 0:00 Wild BUI Hlckok «:30 LU* of Hi ley 7:00 But in Mystery 7:30 StorlM of the Century 8:00 Cuvalctde of Sporu 8:45 Amts Brothers 9:00 Dangerous Autgnment 9:,30 News Reporter 9:45 cameo Theatre 10:15 Weather At Hew* Headlines 10:20 Tonight II :00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Sign Off Saturday, Sept. 3 7:30 News & Meditation 7:43 Story Time 8:00 Pinky Lee Show 8:30 Children's Corner 8:00 Ctmmando Cofly B:30 Western Theatre 10:30 Pride of the Southland 11:00 Cartoon Carnival 11:30 Terry & The Plratei 12:00 Matinee Time 12:30 Adventure Theatre 1:30 Rough Riders 2:30 Mr. Wizard . 3:00 Cartoon Carnival 3:30 Western Theatre 4:30' Soldier Parade 5:00 Bob Cummings 5:30 Film Feature fi;QQ The Soldiers 6:30 Dunnlnger Show 7:00 Musical Chairs 7:30 Jimmy Dtirante 8:00 And Here's The Show 8:30 Your Play Time 9:00 City Detective 9:30 Curtain Call 10:00 rather Knowa Bwt 10:30 The VIM 11:00 Mystery Thei-lw 11:30 Drama Theatrt ll'.W Sign Of I fTHiHi Friday Mint, Sept. I 6:00 Paniomlne Quit 8:30 Topper . ,7:00 Ellery Queen 7i30 Ray Mllland 8:00 Undercurrent 8:30 Mayor, of the Town 9:00 Big Town 9:30 Do You Know Why 9:35 Star Tonight 10:05 Weather 10:10 News 10:15 Late Show Saturday, Sept. 3 8:45 Tops 9:00 Wlnky Dink & You 9:30 Wild BUI XlCfcOk 10:00 Big TOP 11:00 Andy'* Qtnf 11:30 Barker Bill ll:45 Diuy Dun 11:55 Baseball (Whit* Sox-lndlana) 1:45 Shop Talk With Don 3:00 Saturday Show 4:00 Buffalo Bill, Jr. 4:30 Annie Otklty 5:00 P. Duma Weatem Theatre 5:25 Do YOU Know Whf 5-30 Beat the Clock 8:00 America'* QitfclMt Bands 7:00 Two For the Monnf. 7 -30 Down You Go 8:00 Million Dollar Moffc 9:50 Weather 9:55 News 10:00 The Late Show At The Hospitals Chlckiwwb* Hospital Dismissed: James Brown, Cooler Clarence Tarkington, city Robert Cheeks, city Diane Boyd, city Mrs. Dale Hogan, city Mrs. Mattie Peterson, Dell Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. James Loyd and baby, city Mrs. Lillian Ashabranner, Manila Mrs. Harry H. Lewis, city Mrs. Eddie Mitchie, city Mrs. Howard Giddens, Memphis Shirley Jean Wood, city Coming Events FRIDAY Dorcas Sunday School class ol First Baptist Church meeting at church, 2 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Sam McGhee and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr. Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. R. E. Green and Mrs. Floyd Eeay. guests of Enianon Club last night, won ... - the three prizes in the games. j lives in Elgin, Tex. Mrs. Lewis Murphy was hostess I Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Kulp of Little to the club at her 'home with a Rock are spending several days dessert-bridge ''""'" " isili "" Mr f "'"'•= sister Mrs REAL WESTERN Zipper Fly for boys 6 to 16 ,_ UNION MAD£ by g BIG SMITH Here are the favorite buckaroos of the West's ridin' ropin 1 cowboys! They're cut snug with fitted tapered legs for comfort and looks the saddle er out. Copper rivited and Western stitched. In rufrged 11 02. Sanforized Western denim with trim zipper fly. Sizes 6 to 16 years. */f It's Big Smith, It Fits!" Exclusively In Biytheville ot DELS here visiting Mr. Kulp's sister, Mrs. Ernest Roe. and Mr. Roe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pollard and son Jack have returned from a week's vacation at Colorado Springs, Colo. Miss Allene Wimberly, who has been attending summer school at ] Southwestern, is spending several j days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. Mrs. Mary Henley is ill at her home, 1315 W. Main. Mrs. Cecil Kelly is a patient in St. Vincent's Hospital in Little Rock. Among Blytheville women in Ty- , farmin ronza yesterday to attend a dis- •B a B ed ln farm '"' trict WSCS meeting were Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. G. W. Pyles. Mrs. R. B. Have ycu inherited the family i Stout, Mrs. B. F. Gay. Mrs. O. M. jewels? They're probably all sizes, i Mitchell, Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth, shapes and colors set in old-fash- i Mrs. Jerry Hearn. Mrs. Marcus | ioned settings that you can't wear. ' Gaines, Mrs. Harold Eggeusperger Take them to your jeweler and dis- j and Mrs. H. C. Bush. 'cuss possibility of a ring or pin ] Chester Sutton is undergoing] that will group them all together! treatment at Chickasawba Hospi- j anc ; make one stunning piece, tal. Can Opener The only easy operating, foolproof Fitzpatrick's WILL MAKE YOUR SICK WATCH RUN LIKE NEW! 1, Low Cost Service 3, Factory Parts 3, 6UARANTEID Workm«fuhtp 4, Prompt Svrvlc* THEN W€'U "DRESS IT UP" WITH A An Invitation This is your personal invuaiion to viMt Blytheville'a oldest ready-to-wear shop. \Ve are pager to have you visit us. , . we want to kno\v yuu bvlt/er . . . we want you lo become acquainted with our friendly service . . and of all. we would like to introduce you to the most famous names in Indies fa.'-hion . . . names that havf established The New York Store as Blytheville's most popular fashion center .since 1909. 218 W. Main Phone 2-2132 In Blytheville Since 1909 BLYTHEVIU.E AND OSCE II lakes only 3 minutes lo open a charge account HAIRY VETCH PMA SPECIFICATIONS Place Your Order Now Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 3-6856 It take* only 3 minute* to open a charge account. Late-day dresses this autumn are A hot iron can turn many sorts simple in cut but elegant of fabric. - ~ - -"""" Hflllrtv M trT . Necklines are higher, shoulders are covered. of plastic cloudy; so try o this: put the bowl of a spoon over each button AS you iron around H. The black jersey dress with black satin binding is a nice addition to the fall wardrobe. Goes to the office in daytime and to dressy places when work is ended. Johnson Grass Killer M% Fire Sodium Chlorate 100 Ib Drum 12" Webb Culvert TileCo. BijhwaT (1 it State Line Phone OSborne 3-S414 MRS. EDITH STEPHAN, G.S.M. LONDON, ENGLAND Stephan Music Studio Will Open Monday, September 5 P IA NO - VIOLIN 509 Chickasawba phone 3-3491 Your choice of *^k 3 NEWfl permanent* by NUTRI-TONIC REGULAR • SUPER • GENTLI waves gentler in little as 10 minutes because almost 1/3 it Oil Creme base (patented) COMPUTE WITH BO«H« J|5Q «»D HECK CUILUS I ...... 6 OTHER NUTRI-TONIC REFILLS FOR USE WITH CONVENTIONAL CURLERS Woods Drug Store 221 W. Main Phon« 3-4507 the famous Red Shoe Box .. bobo.. . Charcoal Grey or Black Suede. $10.95 Handbags to Match... $8.95 FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main CERAMIC TILE For Bathroom Walls & Floors FREE ESTIMATES F.H.A. Terms WALKER TILE CO. 100 E. Davis Ph. 3-6933 Paint Closeout TT*M Mi Ottan Price Hiibbard Hardware

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