The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 13, 1955
Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.? COOTIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1998 MIM MMte Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News — llnrv. SfHMetv Editor * Pho Phone 3-446: t Groups of First Christian Church HaveMeetingsinMembersHomes Groups of First Christian Church met in homes of members yesterday. Hope Group met at foe home oi Mrs. John Durham with nine members present. .Mrs. E. M. Terry, Sr.. gave the devotional with Xrs. John McHaney and Mrs. Albert Taylor assisting her, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Vernon Miller and Mrs. Edwin Roberson presented the mission program Faith Group met at the home of Airs. R. M. Beck with eight members present. The devotional was given by Mrs. R. L. Dedman with all members of the group assisting on the mission program. Mrs. James Rainwater gave the closing prayer. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe was hostess to the Love Group. This meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Rainwater and Mrs. Lowe conducted the business session ,at which time plans lor the Fellowship Slipper, Sept. 19, were discussed. Mrs. Freeman Robinson gave a report on fhfe migrant work and announced that Mrs. J. P. Garrott will represent the Christian Church. Mrs. J. D. Davis was in charge of the program on North American Indians. The program was presented at the form of a panel discussion \vjth Mrs. Davis serving as narrator. Miss Louella Alley represented the Old Indian on the panel with Miss Margaret Wright depicting, the Indian Maiden. The Young Indian was Mrs. Harry Bradley. The worship service which followed the program was in charge of Mrs. Gradley. Missionary benediction dismissed the group. In the social hour a member of the group, Mrs. Bill Cardwell, who is moving to Texas, was presented a gift of lingerie from members. Mrs. Don Maxfirfd and Mrs. Jack Harrington were tile only guests present. Mrs. John Cash LuxoraGirl Wed in Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker of Luxora announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Charline, to Erwin Whisenant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whisenant of Booneville, Miss. The bride is a graduate of Luxora High School and is now employed at Northeast Mississippi Hospital in Booneville as an assistant dietician. Mr. Whisenant, who attended Booneville schools, is now a member of the Booneville Fire Department. Additional Models Are Announced Additional models for Alice in Faslnonland which will be staged tonight at the high school auditorium st 8 p. m. are announced. The Tot Shop has chosen the following little misses as additional models: Lucinda Slack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Slack; Susan Hol- Joiner Girl Becomes Bride Of John Cash Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Monroe Brittain of 'Joiner announce the marriage of her cousin, Virginia Lou Scarborough, to John Franklin Cash of Wilson. The ceremony was solemnized in De Soto, Miss., Sept. 2. The bride was a senior at Shawnee High School at Joiner where she was active in extra-curricular activities. She was cheerleader for two years. She was FFA Sweetheart in 1952 and again in 1954. A maid to the football queen in 1952, she was also a member of the student council and glee club. Mr. Cash is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Phelan Ca'sh, Sr., of Wilson. He was graduated from Wilson High School in 1955, where he was vice-president of his class, a member of the football team and the student council. He was FFA president .in 1955 and county federation president in 19M. , i The young couple will make I their home in Wilson where he is' associated with his father in farm-; ing. Bits of News tflo& John D. Halstead of Miami, Fla has returned to his home after visit here with his mother, Mr Myrtle Halstead, and family. Mrs. Halstead also had 8 guest hex grandson, A/3c Jacke Halstead. Airman Halstead has re turned to Lackland Air Force Bas in Texas. Cecil Graves, Jr., left Sunday fo the University of Alabama wher he will enroll as a sophomore. H was motored to the University b his father, C. E. Graves, and Wil liam H. Wyatt. Lt. and Mrs. Pat Burks am daughter returned to their home ii Albuquerque. N. M., over the week end after having spent a week her visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs Eddie Burks and Mrs. Mary AHc Eaton. Mr. and Mrs, J. J, Finch of Tip tonville, Tenn., are visiting the! daughter, Mrs. Everett I. Clark, Mr Clark and daughter Beverly. Miss Emadel Swearengen, a jun ior at the University of Missour this year, has pledged Delta Gam ma. Miss Swearengen will return to school tomorrow after a visi with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H N. Swearengen. Dr. and Mrs. Harold, Weiss Dallas, Tex., left last night afte a weekend visit here with her aunt Mrs. Wyatt Henley. Dr. Weiss, wh is chairman of speech and dramat ics, at Southern Methodist Univer sity in Dallas, and Mrs. Weiss have spent the summer in " New York Mrs. Weiss .is the former Miss Winifred Wilton of Willow Springs, Mo, and has often visited Mrs. Henle; here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe returnee last night from Hattiesburg, Miss, where they went Saturday to motor their daughter, Miss Peggy Ann Taylor, and Miss Judy McCall, who have enrolled as freshmen at Mississippi Southern College there. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay returnee yesterday from Oxford and Houston, Miss., They motored their daughter, Miss Ann Seay, to Oxford where she will enroll as freshman at Ole Miss. In Houston they visited Mr. Seay's sisters, Mrs W. A. Gordon and Mrs. James Perry. Miss GaU Whitsitt, who will enroll as a freshman at Ole Miss, was motored to Oxford by her mother Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, and Mrs. Jimmy Edwards. Judge and Mrs. H. G. Partlow motored their daughter, Miss Pat Partlow, to Oxford over the weekend. Miss Partlow will also enroll Circles of Presbyterian Women Conduct Regular Monthly Meetings Circles of the Women of the Presbyterian Church mel yesterday. Circle One met with Mrs. Louis Nash with Mrs. James Manley co- hostess. Thirteen members were present. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty gave the Bilbe study from Romans. Circle Two met with Mrs. W. A Dobbins with 12 members repsent. Mrs. George Yates assisted by Mrs. Alice Womack presented the Bible study. Circle Threa-met with Mrs. T. J. Mahan with Mrs. W. B. Tanner co-hostess, Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. Elbert Huffman were in charge of the Bible study, Circle Four met with Mrs. J. W. Fields ith Mrs. B. L. Eubanks co-hostess. Twelve members were present. The program was presented by Mrs. Clifford Smith and Mrs. Ross Stevens. Eight members and one visitor, Mrs. Phillip Ball, were present when Circle Five met with Mrs. Fred Sandefur. Mrs. Russell Mosley and Mrs. Roland Rounsavall were in charge of the program. Mrs. Mason Day,. Jr., was hostess to nine members and three guests, Airs. Hays Spradley, Mrs. A. L. Redlord. and Mrs. Robert Leather is just everywhere. Now it's a man-tailored shirt of softest kidskin. It comes, in pastel colors Smith, of Circle Six. The program was given by Mrs Mike Simon. Circle Seven met with Mrs. Floyd Haralson with Mrs. D. M. Guttler co-hostess. Ten members and three visitors, Mrs. Glynn Burton, Mrs. Charles Leggett and Mrs. Harvey Kidd, were present. Mrs. Dillahunty also gave the devotional at this meeting. Mrs. Wyatt To Head Band Parents Mrs. William H. Wyatt was elected president of the Band Parent's Club and Keith Bilbrey was elected vice-president last night when the organization held its first meeting of the year at the school. In the business session plans were made for the group to enter a float in the Cotton Picking Contest Parade and a report on new uniforms was given by Clyde Kapp, chairman of the drive. Robert Lipscomb, band director. made the announcement that the band will accompany the football team to Whitehnvvn, Tenn., on Oct 7 and to Jackson, Tenn., on Nov. 4. Reports by various officers and and would go perfectly with a cash- committee chairmen concluded the mere skirt, dye matched. meeting. Marie Wildy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Leachvilie. Miss Wrntsiit's Shop will also present Mrs. Whitney Morgan, model Ing an afternoon tea dress. Luxoro P IA To Have First Meeting of Year LUXORA—Luxora Parent-Teacher Association will hold it's first meeting of the year tomorrow afternoon nt 2:30 p.m. In the school cafeteria. Officers for the year are Mrs. Inez Permenter, president; Mrs. W. P. Ellis, vice-president; Mrs. Henry, treasurer, and Mrs. menter, secretary. Harold Per- Hnndy multiple clotiies racks keep summer accessories clean and crisp and the closet uncluttered. One rack holds five to 10 «klrtK and inotii*r holds Hvr blouses. Clothes should also be protected with plastic coven. Whitsitt's Presents A Slwwing Of New Fall Styles Tonight Miss Whitsitt's Shop will again present a Fall Fashion Show, sponsored by the BIytheville Junior Auxiliary. For the past six years, Whitsitt's has presented a showing of fashions, with all funds tor the sale of tickets going to underprivileged children. The new fashions are to be shown in the Junior Auxiliary production "Fashions in Wonderland." As in the past, the newest in top fashions and originals will be shown by Lorry Aldrich, Harvey Berin, MartlnJ, Benhams, Paul Panics and Daviriow. Original millinery creations by Frank Benson and Madcaps will be shown. All jewelry by •Tra- fari. The show will be held at the BIytheville High School auditorium, starting »t 8 PM tonight. Whlt- sitt's extends. a special. invitation to the men Inasmuch as they, too, play i big'part In today's («shion plctwi. Models for Miss Whitsitt's Shop will be Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mrs., J, H. Smart. Lue and Sue Owens, Arden Cuadra. Sally McCutchen, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. Ed Stanford, Mrs. Johnny White, Mrs. J. O. Guard, Mrs. W. H. Stancll, Mrs. Charles Langston. Mrs. E. L..Taylor, Mrs. E. B. Thomas, Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Mrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. Uoyd Stlckmon and Mrs. Fred Kelley. LaBelle Shop fashions will be shown, featuring Dresses by Trude of California, Johnston of Dallas and Wilson Frocks. Millinery by Richard Inglnmicr. LaBelle Shop Models will bp Linda Kay Berry, Dixie Rngonold, Lucy Taylor, Bill Hubbard and Becky Utley. Tickets are now available from all Junior Auxiliary members. Also at, Whitsitt's, The Tot Shop and Meads. They may also be purchased at the Auditorium. tonight. Adult tickets arc $1, Students 60c. —Adv.— AUXILIARY PROJECTS — Mrs. Lloyd Stick- mon holds the Junior Auxiliary projects in the palm of her hand, symbolizing 1 those 'in and around BIytheville whose help and cooperation throughout the past few years have made possible the success of this organization. The audiometer screening test, the Story Hours, Uje free milk, program and the Lange School for Exceptional Children are illustrated. Alice in Fashion- land will be shown at BIytheville High School Auditorium tonight at 8 with the latest in fail fashions from Miss Whitsitt's Shop, The Tot Shop, Mead's Clothing Store and Whitsitt's LaBelle Shop being modeled. (Courier News Photo) s a freshman at the University of Mississippi. Miss Mary Alice Me Waters, who vill also be a freshman at Ole Miss his year, was motored to school iy her mother, Mrs. C. L. McWat- rs. Jr., and Mrs. G. O. Poeta. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Blankenship motored their daughter, Miss Monya Blankenship, to Oxford over the weekend. Monya is also a freshman 'at the University. James Cecil Lowe, II, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, is a senior in the school of medicine at Washington .University 'this year. Mrs, Lowe is a senior in the school of arts at the University. Miss Bobbye Killtan, a junior at the University of Arkansas, has pledged Delta Delta Delta at the University. Miss Carolyn Edrington of Osceola' has also pledged to this school sorority. IHl SHOI WITH THI 1IAUIIFWI Fit f r ". ' -1 they fit like EXPENSIVE ! SWEATERS Sweater Pumps with an elasticized top line and chamois soft lining The elasticized collar bands your foot for snug, comfortable fit. Chamois soft lining gives you soft -footed comfort. We havt Na totalizer's SweMer Pumps in your exact sue. ! .95 $10. Bagi to match ... $8.95 i SONS SHOES Osceola Students Leave ar Colleges And Universities in Mid-South Area Quite a number of Osceola students left over the weekend to attend schools over the mid-south. Phil Johnson, Dan Reid, Ji , Qene Cox, Den and Len Tdliaferro will attend Columbia Military Academy in Columbia, Tenn. Carol Hobbs will be a senior this year at Lusanne School in Memphis. Chester Danehower, Jr., has entered Tulane in New Orleans. His parenu motored him down and will visit there for a week. Carolyn Reid left for the University of Arkansas where she will be a senior this year. Billy Alexander will enter Southwestern in Memphis where he will be a junior. Martha And Marry Dillard, Jonan Nelson and Gnye Waddell left Sunday for St. Charles, Mo., to enter as freshmen at Lindenwood College. Donny Shoemake is among the Osceola group to attend Vanderbllt. Sharan Hendrix, Joanne Wilson, James Hampton, Jake Morse, Paul Goble and Sharon Faulkner are among tho« going to Arkansas State. Robert Hen-ing has entered Mississippi College at Clinton, Miss Wade Rogers will be a freshman at. Rice Institute in Houston, Tex. His family motored him down and will visit relatives there for a few days. Going back to Ole Miss wffl be Sylvia Elias and Sonny Steed. Bob Chiles, Jr., also will attend Ole Miss. Jimmy Steed will attend Hendrix College. Joyce Cannon is returning to Hendrix for her Junior year. -' , Billie Qaines Mann will be a senior at Ouachita College. Carmen Memphis State will be Jonnnf Poitras will be a freshman at Strickling. Ed Williams will also en- Southwestern. Carolyn Edrington will attend the University o! Arkansas again this year. Russell and Leo Duclos will at- ,--*tend Southwestern. Going back to ins College in Virginia. HECENT BRIDE — Miss Marjorie Rodgers of Turret! and Charles Bay Harvey of Hodge*, La., were married at the Turre)l Methodist Church Sunday, Sept. 4. Mrs. Harvey i« the daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Albert Rodger* of Turrell. Mr. Harvey ii ttw «H> at Mrs. C. Harvey of Hodge*. (Phot* ~ by Raymond A. roll in Memphis StaU. Pasty Jones will be a aophmot* at William Wood in Pulton, Mo. Llewelyn Whit* will attend HoU- CARD OF THANKS DEAR FRIENDS: I have chosen The Courier News columns as the only way to express our sincere thanks and gratitude to our many kind and thoughtful friends, for their prayers, messages of love, telegrams, flowers, etc., that gave us courage during my illness, and hospi- talizatioii in Los Angeles, Calif. May God bless you abundantly and keep you ever in His care. Dr. IDNA W. N/FS the coat with the elegant air! AS ADVERTISED IN MADEMOISEUS J TOWNER in luxurious cashmer«-ond-wooH All around the town ... and in the country, too ... you're a lovely sight in your beautiful Big Towner... with the gracefully controlled fullness, tab-neckline, 6-button closing, and hand-stitched collar and cuffs. Subtle autumn shades: nude, navy, grey or blue. Rich 20% cashmere, 80% wool. Sizes 8 to 16. J65 Others From $29.95 USE OUR LAY-A-WAY FEINBERG'S THE FASHION SHOP " W. Main Phom 2-2221

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