The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1954 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 19, 1954
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE FOOT BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1954 Society News , lloY-i> Qi^riofv FP.riitrvr 9 Miss Millie Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Luncheon Given By Mrs. Rose at Country Club Mrs, Richard Rase entertained with a luncheon at the Country Club yesterday honoring new siem- Bits of News Reception Given At Episcopal Parisb House bers of her bridge club. Mailory and family are Mrs. Lewis The new members are Mrs. Char- j w " 0(x i a "rd and daughter, Mary Ja- Mrs. Sam G. Miller of Clarendon ^ Rey _ ^ ^ ^ g v Ark., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Qres]ey of Liuie Rock werg honQr _ Welch, and lamily. j ed ^^ & rec eptioa last night at the Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V.jparjsh House of the Episcopal Church following a Holy Cornmun- Mrs. Wheat Complimented With Shower Mrs. Harry Wheat was guest of honor last night at a layette show- Tri-Town Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Worth Holder entertained members of the Tri-Town Club at the Rustic Inn Tuesday afternoon. Low arrangements of summer *iW-.AVA A&iw V *«£,** V M. W S* itfc * %^ Vt-t OiAV " ~ j • j • l er when Mrs. Earl Wilson, Mrs. I flowers were used on che ] ables John Hart and Mrs. William Stemac | where the & uests were seatedl were hostesses at the Wilson home. \ Winners in the bridge games 4. nursery theme was carried out! Played were Mrs. Newton Whitis, in the decorations with summer j nigh, Mrs. Gene Teaford, second ! high, and Mrs. James C. Guard, j bridgo. | Guests of the group were Mrs. ' R. E. Green and Mrs. Bob Warren A dessert course was served by the hostess preceding the games. flowers being used throughout the entertaining rooms. In the games played during lie Lowrance, in, and Mrs. Vance j ne . and j eann i e woodard of St. Carrwright, Jr., of Osceola; Mrs.! T „„',., Clem Whistle, Jr., of Dell; Airs. Jack Sartin, of Luxora and Mrs. Rube Carson of Blytheville. The table where the guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Turluc of New York City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Welch Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Davis of Alex- ion service. The table from which party foods jwere served was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of summer flowers in a crystal bowl flanked with crystal candelabra holding pink tapers. with an arrangement flowers. Following lunch, the was ners Mrs. Carewrignt, second Guest winners were Mrs. Be: of summer Miss Josephine Shibley presided at Mr. Davis' sister, Mrs. J. E. McFall and his brother, J- H. Davis. Jerry Berry, who attended the second high. nigh., _ , „ _ __ But- ents, Mr .and Mrs. Kenaall Berry, "y White, 1 He will enroll at the University ' | of Arkansas this fall where he will j be a junior. Mr. *nd Mrs. Dee Mcllwain are leaving tomorrow night for Jacksonville. Fla., where they will attend the Southern Nurserymen's Convention. In Miami and Fort Meyers, they will visit relatives. Mrs. J...S. Dffiahunty, who has Ruth Class Meets At Leggett Home The Ruth Class of the Immanuel Baptist Church of Half Moon met at j^eiTa patient in Baptist Hospital the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jolley Leggette, Tuesday night. There were 36 "members and three visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oldharn of Tuscon, Ariz., and Donna Simmons of Dell, present. in Memphis, is now at her home. Misses Billie Sue Burks and Florence Moore are spending a 10-day vacation at Rockaway Beach, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fowler and sons, Stanley and Jimmy, of Han- was spent in informal entertainment. "The Rev. Charles Watkins dismissed the group with prayer. Following a fish fry, the evening | ford, Calif., arrived Monday for ' a week's visit with Mr. Fowler's aunts, Mrs. Cecil Robertson and Mrs. Laurene Powell who has been visiting here for the past month from Long Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler will visit Mr. and Mrs. George Bader Sr., and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bader in Caruthersville before leaving for their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and Mrs. B. F.. Gay were in Rector last night where they were the guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Lee Anderson. They went especially to attend the revival services being conducted by the Rev. Albert Gatlin at the Methodist Church there. Mr. and Mrs. Willie S. Dobson announce the birth of a son this morning at Chickasawba Hospital. Their first child, the baby has been named Michael Edward. Mrs. Dobson is the former Miss Katherine westbrook. -Theatrc- On West Main St. In BlytheviHe Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun.J.:OQ1 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen »«».«•__—---.-----.----—-—• AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT THURS., & FRL Double Feature COUWSIA PlCnjSB proton -a H£L£NA CASTES • JOHN SUTTON «rnni *e if* SawnCj PtKy* L KENT- 6w« os t» - Club Eight Meets With Mrs. Jobe Mrs. Paul Jobe entertained members of Club Eight at her home yesterday afternoon. Bouquets of roses and other summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Winners in the games played during the afternoon were Mrs. H. G. Partlow, high and bridgo, and Mrs. Sam Owens, second high. Iced Drinks were served by the hostess. Mrs. Ray Hall was a guest of the group. — AND— KATHARINE HEPBURN-GINGER ROGERS U- LUCILLE 8AU EYE ARDEX-ANN MILLER F W9C I tttor Bii ALSO CARTOON At the Hospitals Blythevine Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. M. Toxtles. Dell Dorothy Faye Shields, Re. 1, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Jim Ross, city Mrs. George Ford, Jr.. city Mrs. Emma D. Smith, city Walls Hospital I Dismissed: Steele Perry, Rt. i. city Harvey Flowers, city OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY N1TE! RAIN OR SHINE! THURSDAY and FRIDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING Other arrangements of summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Those assisting at the reception were Mrs. C. F. Cockle, Mrs. Dale Dunlap, Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. J. Leroy Kuddleston. Baptist YWA Houseparty To Be Friday The Mississippi County Associational Houseparty for Young Women of the Baptist Church will be held at Trinity Baptist Church Friday night beginning at 7:30. Miss Joyce Gill will be guest speaker following the banquet. A bunking party will be held with a devotional and breakfast Saturday morning. Coming Events THURSDAY Members of the C and N Birth- 1 day Club meet with Mrs. R. E. Stringer at 7:30 p.m. Friday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meets at the church at 3 p.m. Hostesses axe Mrs. A. C. Haley. Mrs. H. L. Hunter and Mrs. Elsie F. Fisk. The Stitch and Chatter Club meets with Mrs. Harvey Doris at 7:30. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1 p.m SUNDAY The Lutheran Church Sunday School has a picnic at the Earl Wildy Farm at Leachville following church services at 10 a.m. Family Reunion Held At Walker Park Here A family reunion was held at the .Valker Park Sunday by the C. H. Lloyd family. Following lunch, a memorial service was held. Out-of-town guests were from Tenjuessee, Missouri and 'Arkansas. Garg:s and Mrs. Claude lowing the games the honoree was presented her gifts in a gaily decorated doll buggy. Refreshments of party foods were served by the hostesses. Rekindling Lost Marriage Is A Flattery For Matrons Difficult Job By Sue Burnett A gracefully styled afternoon dress with nice detail in the scalloped closing, soft hipline gathers. Pattern No. 8124 is in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. 48, 50, 52. Size 38, short sleeve, 4 3 4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- 7ER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. The latest issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulating and a complete guide in wardrobe planning! The carpets have a faintly lus- per i trous quality, clean easily and resist abrasion. Is there any quick and easy way to sweeten a marriage that has gone sour? A wife writes: "My husband and I don't have much of a marriage any more though we started out deeply in love ana sure that our marriage was going to be wonderful. "I don't now why things have changed, or even when the change began. It must have corne about very gradually. ''But now we rarely talk together, except about the routine business connected with running a house and bringing up a family. I know I. am held back from expressing my real feelings by the thought, 'he wouldn't understand' and, perhaps, my husband keeps his feelings to himself for the same reason. "Oh, we're polite to each other and know how to avoid arguments. But it isn't much of a marriage when a husband and wife arrive at the place where they have learned to get along with each other by thinking their own thoughts and keeping their own counsel the way one does with strangers. "Is there any cure for what ails our marriage?" There is probably no quick and easy cure for any marriage that has gradually become less than it once was. The process of rebuilding it is usually slower and just as painful as the gradual growing apart of husband and wife. But with tact and patience and love and plenty of time a husband and wife who have "lost" each other can grow closer together. Give your husband a chance to understand you, instead of thinking, "he wouldn't understand." Express all the affection you feel — even though at first you get no easy affection in return. Don't be so polite or so anxious to avoid quarrels that you treat each other as mere acquaintances. Try to find new interests to share so that you WILL have something to talk about besides the routine business of living. Above all, don't expect any sudden change. The change for the better may be as gradual as was the change for the worse. for a copy - new season. 25 cents - send for it now. Enter Andy Griffith's BIG ORANGE CONTESTS 160 BIG PRIZES every month July, August, September 30 21-inch MOTOROLA TV SETS Andy Qrifffth Capitol R&tcrdiug S)cr THE SOLDIER HAS A JOB TO DO!!! _.and no man is going to staphinH 2 Cartoons: "Uncle Tom's Cabana" & "Playful Puss' ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS . 480 ' PRIZES IN ALL 480 CHANCES ' TO WIN! 300 9-piece FLASH CAMERA SETS 150 MOTOROLA PORTABLE CLOCK RADIOS Batteries, AC *r DC SIMPLE TO ENTER Drink taste-tingling SUNCREST! Then finish this statement-"SUNCREST ORANGE is best because . . . " in 25 words or less. Use entry blank below or any sheet of paper. Sign your full name and address and enclose 3 SUNCREST Bottle Tops Send to: SUNCREST CONTEST P.O. Box 1266, Atlanta, Georgia You must enclose 3 SUNCREST Bottle Tops to be eligible f or prixx! Drink taste-fmgfing SUNCREST ORANGE INTER NOW! ENTER OFTEN! OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK All entries become property of National NuGrape Company, and none will be returned. All winners will be notified. Contest subject to all federal, state and "local laws. Valid only where state laws allow. FOLLOW THESE EASY RULES Drink SunCrest Orange and then complete the statement "SunCrest Orange i« best because... " in 25 words or less. Send your entry with full name and address along with 3 SunCrest Orange Bottle Tops to SunCrest Orange is best because. SunCrest Orange Contest, P.O. Box 1266, Atlanta, Ga. Enter as many times as vou like but include 3 SunCrest Orange Botde Tops with each entry. . _. _ , All entries received before midnight July 31st judged in 1st Contest; midnight August 31st in 11L ...._ 2nd Contest; midnight Sept. 30th, 3rd Contest. Anyone may enter except employees of the —— National NuGrape Company, their bottlers, advertising agency or their families. Uj«e this entry blank, any sheet of paper or &n entry blank from your SunCrest dealer. Entries judged on basis of originality, sincerity and apt new of thouRht. .Iiuip-s' decisions aro final. Duplicate prj/e« axvardcd in case of tics. Nomt. DYESS NEWS Mrs. J. E. JACOBS Charles Jacobs of Henderson, Tenn., spent the week end with his brother, William Jacobs, and family. Miss Glenda Williams of Memphis spent Sunday and Monday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. I'r. and Mrs. J. W. Lawson and children of Marked Tree spent Sunday here with her sister, Mrs. Odis Rice, and family. Mrs. Louise Jennings and children of Lepanto spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes. Lt. and Mrs. Sherman Peterson of St. Louis arrived Tuesday to visit his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. They left Thursday for Charleston to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd. Miss Mary McAdams of Jackson, Mich., is here visiting her sister, Mrs. H. L. Modesitt. Mr. and Mrs. Filmor«i Fraley and son, Lindberg, spent Tuesday in Memphis as guests of his brother, Marquet Fraley, and family. Miss Barbara James and Miss Alfreda Humphries spent Sunday with Mary Lou- and Peggy Balch. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wooten and son of Bassett spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Little and daughter, Linda, of Trumana spent last week end. here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nichols. Raymond H e n a r d , Columbus Richmond and Tilman Duncan will leave soon for Camp Chaffee. Miss Betty Sue Daniels of Maiden, Mo., has been visiting in the W. R. Daniels', home the past week. A. T. Edwards, scoutmaster, and several sconts spent Friday afternoon and night at the Blue Hole near Wilson. The Baptist Church is sponsoring vacation Bible School this •week, the sessions held from 9:30 to 11 each morning. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Gooch of Pontiac, Mich., spent last week with their son, J~oe Gooch, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Jones and daughters, Kathy and Judy, of Henderson, Tenn., spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Ethridge Ford and sons, Larry and Ronnie, of Wilson spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hargraves. Miss Margie Dawson accompanied Miss Glenda Williams home from Memphis Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. Mrs. Leroy Cannon of Memphis spent Wednesday with her family here. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Davis and son and Mrs. Dolly Davis spent Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Odis Rice. Charles Jones and Jack Marshell Cry -Slate. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature •"ROMANCE . . . RAPTURE .T7 'RWLPSODY TAYLOR V1TTORIOGASSMAN ! TKHNKOIOX! -AND— THE STORY OF A GUY 1 THAT WOMEN GO FOR ULUMLIIII So 1 * PLUS CARTOON "Half Pint Palamino" FRL, & SAT. Double Feature *- ; A Paramount Picture A_J —— Ana ""•"• IM W6 W • krt« fll; >r CMVe LMK <M MMTM MDMMIr to*cMeywuiACtKKixmo• o**m writer xm Serial "Gunfiffhler" No. « & Cartoon are attending classes in electricity at Memphis twice each week. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain were business visitors in Blytheville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson and children of Joiner were guests 'n the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Noah Pasmore, Mrs. Dons Mitchell and son spent Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Van Sheldon. Mrs. Margaret Elliott of Memphis was a supper guest Tuesday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland. Dyess Assembly of God Church was host to the Northeast District of their church and about 300 pastors and church leaders assembled at the church here Tuesday for tehir fellowship and worship service. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams and children left Tuesday for their home at Norwalk, Calif., after spending ten days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams, and other relatives. Misses Jo Ann Cash, Peggy Balch, Ann Taff and Martha Benton went to Jonesboro Saturday to audition for the singing contest to be held September 12. Several members of the Dyess Methodist Youth Fellowship attended the recreational session at Whitton Friday night. Mrs. Paul Walls was hostess for her daughter, Paula, and son, David, birthday party Tuesday afternoon at her home in Dyess. Jo Ann Balch and Francine Cox assisted Mrs. Walls in entertaining and playing games with the 24 little guests. Mrs. Loyd Moffitt assisted in serving refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch called at the Simpson home in Missco Sunday afternoon. Seventeen members of Dyess Methodist Youth Fellowship and two counselors, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClain, attended the Sub-District Methodist Youth Fellowship in Luxora Monday night. Miss Peggy Sue Balch and Martha Benton spent Wednesday night in Lepanto as guests of Mrs. Buck Guin. Mrs. Guin is commercial teacher at Dyess. THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Relax in Air Conditioned Comfort SUN.&MON. Aug. 22-23 RORYCALHOUN-PIPER LAURIE HMD WAN-KATNIEBI HUGHES-MIX MC& «. EDGAR BUCHANAN - MARA CORDAY A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz A Rory Program Announcements THURSDAY & FRIDAY ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE IN THE JUNGLES OF CEYLON! COLOR.BT TECHNICOLOR, PEIERHNGH: l>n>Wd br IRVING ASHER • Dirwwd by "WILLIAM DIETIRLE - Scrmipky V JOHN LEE MAHI>' • B*»i a* ilw Nml ky Hob*n Sun** • A runmemu PfaM» Paramount Newt & Selected Shorts Cinemascope Pictures Coming Soon To Ritz "THE BROKEN LANCE" In technicolor. With Spencer Tracy & Richard Widmark. "THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN" In technicolor, with Clifton Webb & Jean Peters. -GARDEN OF EVIL" In technicolor, with Gary Cooper & Susan Hay ward. "DEMETRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS" In Tech. ? with Victor Mature & Susan Hayward. "PRINCE VALIANT" In Tech., with Robert Wagner & Janet Leigh. Texaco Cotton Picker and Spindle Oil For All Types Cotton Picking Machines Delivered Anywhere In Mississippi County Finest Quality . . . Rust And Oxidation Resistant . . . Priced Right Dirtribiitor For FIRESTONE TIRES THE TEXAS CO Bob Kogan Consignee Blytheville Phone 3-3391—Joiner Phone 2421

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free