The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 12, 1955
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FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1955 - Society News - It Ann Mullen'. Society Editor ' . pho MilHt Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Bartholomew to be Installed As Worthy Advisor ofRainbowGirls In a public installation service at Masonic Temple tonight at 7:30 p.m. Miss Martha Jane Bartholomew will be installed as Worthy Advisor of Rainbow Girls. MWT MURRT - The White Babbit is hurrying into town to make bis appearance at the htgh school auditorium tomorrow night in AHoe in Fasmoaland. (Courier News Photo). . Persons Attending Fashion Show To be Recipient of Special Prizes The several hundred persons who are expected to attend tomorrow night's showing of Alice in Fashionland at the high school auditorium will be the recipients of unusual favors presented by Blytheville Federal Savin'gs and Loan Association, the Family Shoe Store and Owens Drug Stove. While Alice and her rabbit are napping during intermission, Allen's .Hpwers will present Lue and Sue Owens dressed in white formal gowns complimented by black lace fans adorned with red roses. The twins will preside over the drawing of ticket stubs from a black lace parasol which was made by wiring a frame around a walking cane. The lucky holders of numbers drain will be presented door prizes by the following linns: Ark-Mo Power Company, Hi-Way Drug Company. The Book Exchange. Floyd A. White and Sons, The Gift Shop, Pat O'Bryant Jewelry, Kel- ley's Friendly Shoe Store. Roth- •ock Drug Company, Hubbard Hardware, Allen's Flowers, Mead Clothing Company and Miss Whitsltt's Shop. The advance ticket sale for the program has been completed but Ickets will go on sale at the door at 7 p.m. Price of admission for adults is SI, for students, oOc. Pretty Tie-On Aprons At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: S. D. Riley. city H. B. Davis, Walnut Ridge Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harry Higsins, Holland J. J. Moore, city Mrs. Gerald Roth and baby, city Imogene Freeman, city Richard Caudle, city Mrs. Wilson Henry, city Chester Sutton, city Jane Bombolaski, city Leighton George, city L. E. Olds, city Mrs. Charles Kinntngham, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Chester Mitchell and baby Rt. 4, city Mike Ausborne, Alrbase Mrs. William Shannon, city Mrs. Marvin Barnes, St. Louis Plays Gailya Stilwell left yesterday for the University of Arkansas where she will enroll as a freshman. She was motored to Fayeiteville by her father. Victor Stilwell. They were accompanied by Mrs. J. H .Childress, who went especially to visit her son, Bob, who received a shoulder injury in football practice last week. Misses Linda Rayder, Patti Deen Wright, Milly Ann Bradley and Nancy Dixon also left yesterday for Fayetteville to enroll in the University as freshmen.. Mr. and Mrs. George Kamp have returned from their wedding trip to Hot Springs. They were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey are motoring them to Conway today where they will make their home and also motoring their sons, Teddy and Howard, to Conway where they will enroll in Hendris College. Mrs. C. S. Alexander is convalescing at her home on 716 E. Main after having been a patient in Campbell's Clinic for 15 days, Tom Hawkins of Nashville and T. H. Hawkins and daughter Agnes of Columbia, Tenn., were weekend guests of their brother, R. L. Haw- tins, and Mrs. Hawkins and the Arthur Penter family at Dell. Eugene Still will leave in the morning for Duke University at Durham, N. C. He will be motored to Durham by his mother, Mrs. Eugene Still. Mrs. Still will then go to Plymouth, N. C., to visit for several days. She will be joined later in the week by Mr. Still. The Still's formerly made their home in Plymouth. Mrs. Still's mother, Mrs. C. S. Stevens, of Osceola, arrived yesterday to spend the week in the Still home. Mrs. Still and son, Mrs. Stevens u nd Mrs. L. C. B. Young of Osceola spent Friday in Memphis. Eugene left from Memphis for Senatobia, Miss., to visit his grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Still, before leaving for college. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Friend and children,'Who have spent the past several weeks here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Henry, left yesterday for their - home in Oxford, Miss. Mr. Friend will be a senior at University of Mississippi this year. Uso re-entering Ole Miss for their senior year are Owen Harrison and Jack Elliott. OWen is already in Oxford and Jack will leave tomorrow morning. Martin Moore will leave today to continue his studies at Ole Miss. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sallba left yesterday for St. Louis to visit their son.- Albert Saliba, and Mrs. Saliba. Dr. Saliba will return home tonight and Mrs. Saliba will go to Harvey, 111., to visit their daughter. Miss Alice Saliba, who has recently returned [rom a European tour. Mrs. C. Johnsen and four of her accordion students will be in Pocahontas tomorrow night to present a musical program at the meeting of the Kiwanis Club. Jacky Holt and Kay Parks will present "Let Me Go Lover," Raydeene Hooper will present "Under the Double Eagle," and "Dark Eyes." "Melody of Love" will be the number presented by Lovetta McAdams. Mrs. Johnsen will give a musical reading of "That Old Sweetheart of Mine," with the accordion accompaniment of "When You Line officers Installed will o* Qracy Owens, associate worthy advisor; Carolyn Crafton, charity; Jan Mullins, hope; Pat Hurley, faith. Color stations will be Anita Forsyth. love; Sharon Briggs. religion; Pat Hanley, nature; Sharon Razor, immortality; Becky Utley, fidelity; Sandra Foster, patriotism; Betty Moxley, service; Judy Middleton, outer observer; Linda Dover, confidential observer; Rose Childress, drill leader; Elane Richardson, chaplain; Mabel Lea Limsford, musician; Sandra Jarrett, choir director. Installing officers will be Mr«. Dan. McCaskill, musician; Kay Blackard, installing officer; Mr». Alvln Hardy, chaplain; Mrs. Charles Allord, state mother advisor will serve as marshal!; Anita Oldham will serve as recorder. Southland's Band For Variety Club When Variety Club met in Plan- atlon Room at Hotel Noble Saturday night music was furnished iy the Southlanders Band. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape antl Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Klene were losts for the monthly party. Low bowls of fall flowers placed he length of the tables were the only decorations used. Guests of the cjub were Mr. and •Irs. Bob Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Pulton Ellis, Capt. and Mrs. Bill Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ratliff, Championship Tournament To be Played A city championship bridge tournament will be played at Hotel Noble Wednesday and Thursday nights with the first session beginning Wednesday night at 7:30. . A dinner at 6:15 p.m. will precede the Thursday night session. Entry fee is S3. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., and^Oscar Hardaway are defending champions. In the seven-table Howell movement played by Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Jim Roleson were first place winners with SO points. With 72 points Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. C. W. Afflick won second place. Third place Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. George Wiggs, who had 6BJ4 points. Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Rober Killian with 67 points won fourth place. Nonfat dry-milk solids are an inexpensive way of adding food val ue and flavor to cooked foods, es pecially soups, meat dishes, breads and de'sserts. If a little butter or margarine is added, the value approximates that of whole milk. won by Linen Shower Compliments Mrs. Lutz Mrs. Larry Lute was complimented Wednesday night when Mr, Pat Burks entertained with a line- shower at the home of Mrs. Eddie Burks. In party games, Mrs. Don Ker bough, Mrs. Jerry Strickland and Mrs. Lutz were winners. White carnation corsages wert presented to the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Robert. Lewis Nailltng, of Osceolfi and to the groom's mother Mrs. Donald Lutz. A dessert course was served from .* table centered with an arrange ment of deep pink gladioli. Arrange- mems of fall flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. The hostess was assisted in serving by her mother, Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton, and Mrs. Burks. Were Sweet Sixteen." Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee will return today from Belleville, 111., where they spent the weekend visiting their son, Lt. E. B. Gee, Jr., Dory Crockett Sells Furs ST. LOUIS UH — The man of the year among St. Louis dealers in raw fur is Davy Crockett, who died at the Alamo 120 years ago. The demand for Davy Crocket! hats and other frontier garb created by the current craze over the Kine of the Wild Frontier has enabled fur dealers to sell skins that had been taking up warehouse space for years. "We have sold a lot of lemons that had been around for a long and Mrs. Gee. Mrs. Parris McCalla and Mrs Vernon Thomasson left this morning for Rochester, Minn., to be i been almost worthless, with Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Barber. I S4 to S5 a pound." time — anything that had a tai on it," said one dealer. "And rac coon tails, which until recently hac went for Mr.. Barber at Mayo Clinic. undergo surgery I Read Courier News classified Ads. By Sue Burnett This trio of gay, little tie-on j aprons is delightfully easy to sew—! so handy m the kitchen, so nice to have ready for shower gilts. Patttr No. 8309 is in sizes 12. Hi 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, top ap-1 ron, 1 yard of 35-Inch; V4 yard! contrast;, center apron, 1 yard ol i 36-inch; bottom apron, IVi yards] of 35-inch; -H yard contrast; 1 Vs yds. trim. . For this pattern, send 36c in! COINS, your name, address, size I desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, BlytheviUe Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6 111. Send 36 cenU now for your copy of the new Fall & Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FAWIION. Colorful, exciting, filled with mart, ewy W «w Hylee for all uet. USE OUR LAY-AWAY Plan! We Have... EDUCATIONAL TOYS TOYS FOR BOYS GAMES ft BOOKS HOBBY-CRAFT TOYS STUFFED TOYS - DOLIS ASSORTED TOYS WHEEL TOYS TOYS FOR GIRLS LAD & LASSIE Toy Center Mnin at First Mr/and Mrs, Homer Odom of Memphis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chitmon and sons. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Scherer had as weekend guests their daughter, Mrs. Howard Parris, Mr. Parris and daughter of Memphis. Perry Lee Adkisson, son of Mrs. and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson, spent several days here last week visiting his parents before leaving for Kansas State College, Manhattan. Perry Lee has spent the summer months working as an entomologist at Elms Planting Company in Pine Bluff. He will receive his doctors degree from the college at midterm. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature First Blytheville Showing mf*» WAftNCft BOO*. 9»mtm _AND— TALLiAN RIDING" PEGGIECASRE jjjmas* w't'o MB&TT - ixsict SCLAMXB ALSO CARTOON with Ojvifl Da Lit • Directed »0 ftiolographed by Ted and Vincent S«Uii TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature lH«ll!EilHI[H[|fHICmil!!l[.UII[U»UI(( HOWAftb HUOHIS »...*>. SOriorSlNBAP •SALW FORREST It si. Cffl • MCENT FttCt • iTlUMMM ALSO CARTOON L Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At AH Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature SHEUfl WINTERS BARRY SULLIVJIK __ AND — . METRO NEWS TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature FALLE ANGEL — AND — vFONDA IUMON RUKVOtO, OZZIENiLSONAOKCHESTKA " " ALSO CARTOON Mr. and Mrs. Harola Doyle, and Mrs. Alvis 'Harris, Mr.. drs. C, C. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oray, -Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davis Mr. and Mrs. George Ford nnd Mr »nd Mrs. Gene Boggs, all of Blytheville. Out* of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Odom and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Parrish of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Alley,, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rhodes and Mr. and \4rs. Homer Miller are new members of the organization. Julie Ann, Laurie Eve Jones Have Party Julie Ann and Laurie Eve Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones, celebrated their birthdays Friday with a party at the Country Club. Julie Anne was five years old and Laurie Eve was six. Thirty children attended the party. Movies were shown during .the afternoon and in games played prizes were awarded Marilynette Welch and Gary Farr. Refreshments were served from long table overlaid with happy birthday clothes and centered with aminiatu re merry-go-round. Planking the centerpiece were two cakes. One was decorated in blue and the other in pink. Marking each guest's places were favors wrapped in pink and blue. Balloons suspended from the ceiling completed the decorations for the party. Mrs. Jones was assisted in serving by her mother, Mrs. Walter Card. Coming Events MONDAY • American Legion Auxiliary having called meeting at Razorback, 8 p.m. Love Group of First Chrlstwn Church meeting with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, 0 p.m. ' Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at home of Mrs. E. J. Cure, 916 Holly at T.30 p.m. Circles of Presbyterian Church meeting. Circle One meeting with Mrs. Louis Nash, 2:30 p.m. Circle Two meeting with Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, 109 S. 13th, 2:30 p.m. Circle Three meeting with Mrs. T. J. Mahan and Mrs. W. B. Tanner, 2 p.m. Circle Pour meeting with Mrs. J. W. Fields, 2 p.m. Circle Five meeting with Mrs. Fred Sanriefur, 8 p.m. Circle 5 Six meeting with Mrs. Curtlss Anderson, 8 p.m. Circle Seven meeting with Mrs Floyd Haralson, 8 p.m. Friendship Class of First, Baptist Church meeting In church dining room, 1 p.m. Trinity Baptist Circles meet: All day circles meet at the church at 2 p.m. Rose Marlowe Circle meets with Mrs. Melba Christie, 1:30 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle meeting with Mrs. Ernest Walker, T.30 p.m. First Christian Church Groups meet. Hope Group meets with Mrs. John Durham, 404 E. Ky., 2 p.m. Faith Group meets with Mrs R. M. Beck, 2 p.m. TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting] with Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve, 1:30 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs R. B. Stout. Eastern Star having stated meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Executive Board of high school PTA meeting in school library, 2:30 p.m. Regular meeting will be held in library at 3 p.m. \VEDNESDAT PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. John "Prettier. Yarbro PTA meeting at 3 p.m. THURSDAY Lottie Moon Y\VA meeting with Jackie Blackford. 1:30 p.m. Ladies Day at the Country Club. Mrs. F. E. Black will serve as chairman of hostesses Mrs. C. W. Afflict, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs Jnmes C. Guard, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, ".rs. H. C. Sims. Mrs. Kemper Bruton and Mrs. John Caudill. luncheon played during' the afternoon. Duplicate Bridge League miet> ing, ' ' Emanon Club meets with Mrt, John Perkins, Jr. Corps of Engineers Woman'! Club has meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. John Petty and Mrs. W. D, Cobb are hostesses. Jaycctles have meeting, Chilllon Club meets with Mri. O. o. Elklns, Sr. Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. J. W. Durham, 325 E. Davis, 2:30 p.m. FRIDAY Sunbtams of Trinity Baptist Church meet at church, 3:45 p.m. Ladi.s Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting in Fellowship Hall at 2:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Henry Young, Mrs. Winfield Mick and Mrs. Corlew. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. 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