The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 7, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK,) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1955 - Society News - - A«« \f a ll,MM' SrtrMarv P/lHnr * PnO: Mist Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 LET'S GO IN — Joanne Oean, who will model for the Tot Shop, urges her teddy bear to follow her through the looking glass into the Junior Auxiliary Fashionland on Sept. 13. (Courier News Photo) Unique Scenery Has Been Made For Alice in Fashionland Show When the curtain rises on Alice in Fashionland in the High School auditorium oil Sept. 13, the garden in which Alice had her dream will be depicted. The scenery which will transports — • the audience Into a child's dream-' land will be made by a committee under the direction of Mrs. Jack Cuadra. Her assistants, Mrs. B. F. Brogdon, Mrs. William Jontz, Mrs. William Bader, Mrs. Ben Mac White, Mrs. Hoss Hughes, Jr., Mrs. James Brooks, Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mrs. Blan Heath, and Mrs. S. E. Dunkley, have drawn their appointments from Walt Disney's adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. Mrs. Bernice Allen has assisted in all aspects which call for floral arrangements. Lads and lassies will celebrate "A Very Merry Un-blrthday" in tie first act as they model fashions from The Tot Shop and whit- sitt's LaBelle Shop. Five other scenes will form the background for showing the latest trends in men's and women's clothing shown by Miss Whitsitt's Shop and Mead Clothing Company. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr.. will act as commentator as she unfolds Alice's adevntures from the script which she has written. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mrs. J. C. Guard and Mrs. J. W. McHaney assisted her in describing the fashions. Proceeds from this affair will be used to support the welfare projects of the Junior Auxiliary. Advance sale o! tickets is now being conducted by Auxiliary members and participating stores. Admission is SI .00 for adults and 50 cents for students. A preview of Alice in Fashion- land will be given tomorrow on Channel 13's Lady of the House at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Poetz, Mrs. Allen Bridge Winners Mrs. G. 0. Poetz won high score and Mrs. R. C. Allen Won second high yesterday when Club 'Eight met at the home of Mrs. Otto Scrape. Bridgo was won by Mrs. R. B. Stout. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Legion Group Makes Plans For Fair Booth Plans for a concession stand at the fair were made last night when American Legion Auxiliary met at the hut. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship presided over the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nail and son Jack returned Monday night from payettevllle where they motored their son and brother, Jerry, who enrolled in the University of Arkansas as a freshman. Mrs. Leo B. Durbin and son, Max Durbin, Mrs. Durbin and three children Donna Ann, Terry and Mark returned to their home in St. Louis this morning after a visit here with their aunt, Mrs. E. J. Heaton. Miss Patt Scott left yesterday for Memphis where she will enroll at Memphis State. She was motored to Memphis by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott. Jim Elder of Crowley, La,, arrived yesterday for a visit with Miss Allene Wimberly and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. He was met in Memphis by Miss Wimberly and her mother. Mrs. A. Q. Little has rettulied from Battle Creek, Mich. She was motored home by Mr. Little. Mrs. E. H. Shuford of Hickory, N. C., arrived here yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Mr. Haines and daughters, Elizabeth and Hariett. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bracey had as weeeknd guest their son, Lt. Bill Bracey, Mrs. Bracey and son of Scwart, Tenn. The Bracey's daughter, Mrs. Pat Fleming, Mr. Fleming and daughter returned to their home in Chattanooga, Tenn., yesterday after a week's visit here. Business Session Held By Trinity WMU . Day Circles of Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church Monday with 16 members present. Mrs. A. D. Priest presided over the meeting which was opened with repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. W. R. Williams. Group singing was led by Mrs. Howard Besharse with Mrs. James Kelley giving the devotional. Mrs. John Buchanan dismissed the group. Mrs. Holder Honored By Birthday Club Mrs. Clayton Holder was the honored guest last night when 'YM Birthday Club .met at the home ol Mrs. Clyde O'Neal. Mrs. Holder's birthday cake, which was decorated in pastel flowers, centered the table from which dinner was served. Pall flowers were used as floral decorations in the O'Neal home when Mrs. Ellis Ounter and Mrs. J. A. Smart were guests. . Later in the evening Mrs. Holder was presented a gift from club members. EXPERIENCED SALESLADY Wanted in Ready-lo-Wear Store. Only those with experience need apply. Write Box 2X, % Courier News GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED. & THURS. Double Feature INFORMER IUIAH riifiu i turn \jM Smote • ffig^Ji^-i • cut? It™ Y AND — ',,*''Thrillil Fighli! Romoncil "Bird Bralndoj" LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Miffs 3dvent.ire.Mt in COLOR -_ and CINEMASCOPE! ,, , ;/ STEWART GRANGER .•. GRACE KELLY ton FONTAINE -John LUND Mon] FREEMA N . Peler HANSON t -j-S Si -. * \ JJarling, / ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY RICHARD TODD • JEAN c^> kr M IUXI • ii ft. •"*! •< mnomoNK tome PLUS CARTOON Coming to Starvue 8«pt. 11 . 12—TALL MAN RIDING With Randolph Scot I & Dorothy Malont Eastside Garden Club Has Lam Party at C M. Abbott Home Here A lawn party for members of Eastside Garden Club WM held yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. M, Abbott with Mrs. Lee Stiles and Mrs. Abbott hostesses. Mrs. B. A. Bugg, president, opened the meeting with a poem with Mrs. J. W. Maloney giving the opening prayer. Mrs. Dave Abbott and Mrs. Henry Young were lenders lor the program on trees and shrubs. A demonstration on crescent arrangements was given by Mrs. Bugg. Crescent arrangements in the Hal UDC Chapter To Have Meeting At Hotel Noble Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy will hold its first meeting of the fall at Hotel Noble Thursday. A 12:30 luncheon-meeting has been planned for the group. Mrs. Oean Atkinson, president, will preside over the meeting at which time plans for the state convention, which will be held in Blytheville next month, will be discussed. A report from the nominating committee will be given by Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mrs. T. F. Hudson of Luxorn will report on the "Unpublished Fact about the War Between the States." Hostesses for the meeting wilt be Mrs. Henderson Hall. Mrs. R. C Rose. Mrs. Ralph Berryman, Mrs. G. H. Grear and Mrs. C. L. Moore. loween motif will b* the topic tor next months meeting. Mrs. Charles Rny Newcomb spoke to the group on arrangement* (or the district fair. Climaxing a three-month study on floral and fruit centerpieces was the flower show held yesterday. Winners In the floral division wtre Mrs. Taft Metzger, fint MM. 0. M. Abbott, second, and MM. W. Leonard Smith, third. Mrs. Smith won first In the fruit division with tecond going to Mrs. Lee Stiles. Mrs. Erwln Mitchell won third. Judges were Mri. Robert Bailey of Osceola, M».-P. W. Neal of Bteets, Mrs. Brt Alder of OKeola and Mri. NwconWli i. Quests yesterday were Mrs. E. W. Bailey, Mrs. Bailey and son Frank and Mi's. Alder of Osceola; Mr». Neal of Steele and Mrs. Oarrett Abbott, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Elton Foster, Mrs. Fred Wahl, Mrs. Newcomb and Jan Anderson. IrisGaines, Penny Knipple Have Party A birthday party was given at Walker Park Saturday afternoon for Iris Jo Gaines and Penny Knipple. Iris w'as five years old and Penny celebrated her sixth birthday. Their mothers, Mrs. Ira Gaines and Mrs. Earl Knipple, were hostesses. Bubble blow was presented as favors to the 35 children present, with refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream being served. Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Have First Meetings The first meetings of the tall season were held last night by the Alpha Alpha and Alpha, Delta Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi. Alpha Alpha Chapter met at the BUstic Inn with Mrs. Dan McCaskill as hostess. A Pirate theme was chosen for the rush season with th« first party being planned for Sept. 27. Committees for this' season were appointed and plans' for the state convention to be held here were discussed. Alpha Delta Chapter held a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Ray Harrison. With Mrs. Toy Etchleson, presk dent, presiding, plans were also discussed and committees appointed for the rush season. After the business session, a white elephant sale was held. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of each meeting-. AIR'CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! ADMISSION PRICES: Matinee Monday through Friday CHILDREN 20c ADULTS 40c Saturday & Sunday and Nights CHILDREN 20c ADULTS 50c Listen to KLCN at-10:11) a.m. and 4 p.m. for Riti & Hoxj Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY WAtNCNCOLO* • STINIOmONIC SOUND DIANA LYNN-TAB HUNTER ^ i^T-i-' "-^-'—.W*)ILR WttL PLUS SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find your name in our ad and b« our gu«it to i«t "6 Bridget to Cross" THE CRIME Of THICWTUKY r TO CROSS PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS Woman's Club Has Executive Board Meeting Mrs. Philip De«r, president of the Woman's Olub, held » called executive board meeting at the club- houM yesterday morning. Mrs. R. A. Gary, secretary, gave a report with Mrs. C. O. Redman, program chairman, outlining 1955- M programs. Clubhouse Improvements and club project* .were discussed by Mrs. 0. W. AUord, finance chairman. Other committee reports were given. The first meeting of the fall season will be held Friday. The affair will b« a. 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon. .Mrs. H. C. Bu«h will serve us program chairman and has asked Mrs. Jerry Hord and Chaplain Don Maxfleld to speak to the group on "Mutual Responsibility of Civilians and Alrbase Personnel." Hostesses will be Mri. Kendall Berry-, Mrs. Ous Eberdt, Mrs. V. G. Holland, Mrs. Boyce Moore, Mrs. W. A. Stickmon, Mrs. J. P. Garrott, Mrs. Alford, Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Mrs. Alfred Vise, Miss Golda Rinks and Mrs. O. O. Burton. Guests Present When CIB Bridge Club Plays Game Mrs, Hildred Buncn and Mrs, Poy Etchleson were guests yesterday when CIB Bridge Club met at he home of Mrs. Elwood Deen. Bridge winners were. Mrs. Utho Barnes, high, Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, second high, and Mrs. Etchieson, bridge. A salad course was served by the hostess. Coming Events THURSDAY Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church has monthly social at home of Mrs. Joe Atkins, 1 p.m. Elloott Fletcher Chapter of UDC has 12:30 luncheon-meeting at Ho:el Noble. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. LITTU LIZ The sofest woy to knock a chip off someone't shoulder Is with o not on the bock. CNU> At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hoipltal Dismissed: Ereddic Brock, city Mn. Robert Lawrence, city ChlckaMWbt UoiplUl Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Hodge, city' Mrs. Kenneth Crews and baby, city Grover Mosfey, cty Mrs. Billy Weatherington, city Mrs. Dale Hogan; Dell Lornnie Scott and baby, Armorel Walll Hospital Dismissed: Floyd Drummond, city Mrs. Doris Baker,, city George McCroj\ city ,- Chilllon Club meeting with Mrs. E. H, Jackson. FRIDAY Woman's Club having covered- dish luncheon 1 p.m. MONDAY American Legion Auxiliary having called meeting at Razorback, 8 p.m. Mitchell" Movement ElayedbyLeague A seven-table Mitchell movement was Played last nltht 6» Country, Club Bridge League. Mrs. C. .W Affllck and Mrs. W. D Cliamblin were first place winners with 84 points In 'the North and south division with Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. E. B. dee capturing (list place'with 1514 points in the East and West division. Other North and South winners were Mrs. Russell Phillips, and Mrs.. 0. W. McCutchen. second with WVi potats, and a half-point behind were Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. P. E. Black. Mrs. Joe Ferguson and Mrs. Harry W. Haines were second in the East and West division with 76 points and witt 63 points Mra. Oean Atkinson and Harry W. Halnes took third place. The monthly masterpolnt game scheduled for next Tuesday night will be played on Monday night due to the Blythevllle Junior Auxiliary Fashion Show. Bridge League To Play Special Winner's Game A special winner's game will b« played when Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble tomorrow night. •The Gift Box North Highway 61 — Ph. 3-6737 Giftt for All Occasions Brass • Wrought Iron* China Crystal • Bridge Tallies* Pottery Hand iMade Baskets • Lamps Mrs. Elmer Norman — Mrs. Harold Doylt SCHOOL TIME IS DEE TIME Black Suede.. 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