BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST tl, 1954 Society News -, ilrtvxT Crvf»iotv RlHitnr • Mist Millie Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 LaFinesse Club Meets With Mrs. Thompson Members of the LaFinesse Club met with Mrs. Robert Thompson yesterday. Winners in the bridge games played were Mrs. Conner Taylor, high, Mi*. Whitney Morgan, second high and Mrs. Everett Peterson, bridgo. Arrangements of summer flowers were used on the tables where the guests were seated. Guests of the group were Mrs. Tom Little. Jr., and Mrs. Taylor. The hostess served a dessert course preceding the games. Stretch Your .Wardrobe Sue Burnett Have several, pretty dresses from one pattern! This casual style has a choice of sleeves as well as collars. Pattern No. 8985 is' in sizes 14, 16. 18, 20; 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 16, either sleeve, 3 7 / 8 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Bits of News / ft05 tlu f~^er6 onal William David Beck of Statesville, N. C., is the houseguest of Miss 'Reen Norris and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Geeslin of Drew, Miss., are the guests of Mrs. Geeslin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black. Guests of Mrs. S. S. Patterson are her daughter, Mrs. James R. Stockley, Mr. Siocxiey and daughter of Marion, Ark. Miss Mary i-'rances Jones of Potts Camp, Miss., will be the week end guest of Miss Jeannette Henderson of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McAuley of Chicago, formerly of Blythe- viile, announce the birth of their second child, a son. The baby, who has a sister, Sandra Lynn, has been named Larry Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kilber of Lynchsburg, O.. are the guests of Mrs. Ann Smith and son, Freddie. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis have returned borne after a three weeks vacation spent in points of Michigan and Indiana. While they were in Gary, Ind., they were the guests of their granddaughter, Mrs. Eugene Aycock, Mr. Aycock and daughter, Patricia. The Aycock's have just recently moved to Gary to make their home. Bob Bennett of Fort Smith is the guest of Freddie Smith. Hughes, mother of Miss Monta Hughes of Blytheville. Mrs. Winnie Huffman, Luna WilHelm and Roberta Brown are visiting Mrs. Ethel Sneed in Memphis. Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd left Memphis by plane yesterday for Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Robert Metcalfe entertained members of the Vendredi Bridge Club last night at her home. .,. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. Clyde """'" Patton, high, Mrs. Frank Hall second high and Mrs. Billy Joe Minneapolis, Minn., where she will Gean, bridgo. Mrs. John T. Chism of Greenville a spend 10 days as guest of Miss Patricia Crawford. Miss Byrd and Miss Crawford were roommates at Stephens College last year. Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Burton of Brinkley, Ark., are the week end guests of Mrs. Herbert Joyner and son, Herbert Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale left today for a vacation to be spent in the Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gillen and son, Gill, have returned to their home in Merced. Calif., after having been the guests of Mr and Mrs. Alvin Pritchard and family. Mrs. E. R. James of Crpe Girardeau, Mo., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Webb and family. Phil and Robert Brown of Dai- las, Tex., are the guests' of Mr. C0n(lu5ion of the hostess served a dessert course. Coming Events Members Saturday of the Country Club having buffet supper 7 to 8:30 followed by informal entertainment. The SUNDAY Lutheran Church Sunday School has a picnic at the Earl Wildy Farm at Leachville following church services at 10 a.m. Monday Executive Board of Christian Women's Fellowship meets at the church at 10:30 followed with pot- and Mrs. Hoyt Brown and ters. Mr. and Mrs. W. .L. Phillips and daughter, Karen, of North Little Rock have returned to their home after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Chapman and son. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Brown and family will be the guests of Mr, and Mrs. R. V. Mailory and daughters over the week end. Morris Hines Chapman has returned to his home in Kosciusko, Miss., after having been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Chapman and son, Mrs. Mary Ethel __Simmons is spending several days" in St. Louis '_ | luck luncheon at 12 p.m. and a "general meeting at 1:30 p.m. The Jewel Abernathy Circle of Miss Ruth Lee of Nashville, | as guest of Dr _ and Mrs _ w> s Tenn., who spent several days' here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nabors, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhoads and family have returned from a vacation spent in the Smoky Moun- and Mrs. Russell Haynes tains. Mr. Farr and son, Gary, returned yesterday from a vacation spent in Daytona Beach and Silver Springs, Pla. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Swaner and children have returned to their home in .Nashville, Term., after having spent several days here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lane Nowell and Mr, and Mrs. Harold Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kirksey and daughter, Martha Lee, returned this morniog from a week's vaca- Mrs. J. M. Parker of Corinth, Miss., is visiting her son, Ernest L. Parker, and Mrs. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pruitt have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Burley Alford and family of Sikeston, former Blytheville residents. Mrs. John T. Chism. and daughter, Kay. of Greenville, Miss., and Mrs. Mildred Robinson and son, Bill, of Sikeston, Mo., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Bill Slack and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brown are spending today in Memphis. Miss Effie Lee Terrell and Mrs. Mary Emma Reed are in Macedonia, Tenn., today to attend funeral services for Mrs. J. S. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program uoGORCiY Bowery Soys on* THt AN ALLIED ARTIjTS PRODUCTION PLUS CARTOON "SPINACH POPEYE" FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOW! Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. H. H. Burnett; the Evelyn Stanford Circle meets with Mrs. Marvin Kenwright and the Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Homer Cornell. Tuesday Yarbro Home Demonstration has potluck supper at the club house at 8 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has weiner roast at the home of Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, 1025 W. Walnut at 7:30. The Marion Cook Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Howard Caldwell. ' Mrs. Gene Teaford entertains the Tri-Town Club. Members of the NN Bridge Club meets with Mrs. James Vest. Country Club Bridge League has regular meeting. Some Women Find Easily-Confidence A 50-year-old Career woman who has never been married writes: "I notice in the papers that older people are continually marrying . . . bald-headed grandfathers and white haired grandmothers, some of them marrying for the third time. "And yet we women who have never been married just sit and wait for someone to come along, and no one ever does. . "Why is it that the person who has married once can so easily marry again, while we who didn't find a husband when we were young still can't find one when we are older? "I've never seen this question answered, so would you try to answer it for me and all the other unmarried women who get by passed by old er men looking for a second wife?" Perhaps the reason is that by 40 or 50 the woman who has never married loses all faith in her ability to get a husband. Whereas, the woman who has managed to get ane husband never doubts for a moment tht she could get another. That may be the main difference For men not like women who are sure of themselves and of their attractiveness to men, but the woman who is sure of herself doesn't sit around and wait for a man to find her. She goes out looking. In your own letter you say ttaat , the kind of work you have done all of your life has never brought you in contact with marriageable men. A divorcee or widow who wanted a husband would have quickly seized up the lack of matrimonial opportunity in such a job and quit it promptly. She wouldn't have hoped against Husbands the Key? Mrs. Wednesday Otto Scrape entertains members of Club Eight. Thursday Ladies of the Country Club ent- tion spent at Folly Beach, Charles- ertaining with monthly guest day ton, S, C. 10:30, followed by luncheon at 12:30. The Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Howard Caldwell. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains the Kibitzer Club. Members of the Kibitzer Club meet with Mrs. Johnny White. Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains members of the La Nueve Club. Friday Mrs. Dick Shanks entertains members of the Venredi Bridge Club. Saturday ing the air one breathes while sleep- | Duplicate Bridge League meets Marriage License*, The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license in the office of the County Clerk: William Dan Phillips and Miss Glenda Sue Krech, both of Blytheville. Rugs should never be used in bedrooms. They collect dust, mak- Birthday Party Given For Glenda Cole Here Glenda Kay Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cole, celebrated ! her eighth birthday yesterday with ' a party at Walker Park. The 36 guests spent the evening playing games. Following the games refreshments of punch and birthday cake were served the guests and favors of musical horns were presented them. Those assisting Mrs. Cole were Mrs. Mildred Smith, Mrs. Jack Pruitt. Mrs. Maxine Owen and Mrs. Gene Reid. Out-of-town guests were Phillip Burlette Alford of Sikeston, Mo. ing unhealthy. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature '^'''fctnifrft 8Y TECHNICOLOR : g.igy A Paramount Picture ••- /\r§Q ~ Phi CAREY- Roberta HAMS • Screen Pt»y by DAVID uk jrrf MARTIN 6t"WUT Piixto!) S>» WSllACf MKuOW.0 • Bir«!«! by (KO ! SCARS Serial "Gur.fighter" No. 6 & Cartoon Sun.. & Mon. Double Feature 2 Color Cartoons: 'Test Pilot Donald' and "Horst' Tale" f BURT LANCASTER £ Hit Maj«ty Oltttfe j> +_ un.tr TICMHtCOlOt PRCXXTCO »v WARNER BROS. WTMJUAn K I U t «Kp*f HOftCU • AMtWW SOf*Q> K«rr» •%..- «• tQrtXN CM*S£ — WtS HIU. ^f~- BYRO°N"HASKIN • WARNER"'BRO$. \$ —AND— stjrnn[ BOB HOPE JOAN FONTAINE A PARAMOUNT Metro News at the .Hotel at l p.m. hope. She'd have changed jobs pronto, being quite sure of her ability to get a husband if she could just meet some eligible men. It's probably as simple as that. Joiner Students Honored at Party JOINER — Mrs. F. H. Gill of Turrell entertained members of the Young Adult Class of the Joiner Baptist Church at her home. This party was given for Miss Shirley Hong, who will enter nurse's training in Memphis next month; Dick Wilson, who is entering the University of Arkansas; Johnnie Wilson, who will attend school at Austin; and Miss Shirley Kaffka, who will enter college at Waco, Tex. Gifts were presented f hese students and watermelon" was served by the hostess. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Clair Miller, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Gary Robertson, city James Driskill, city Reba Pierse, city Mrs. Virginia O'Kane, city Mrs. Mitchell Russell, city Mrs, Frank Ashby and baby, city Mrs. Rosco Crafton, Jr., city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Ronny Trull, city LITTLE UZ— s ~~ ^ xx>-" -^~ —-"I..- ' /;\ Some men are such steady workers you can't even see them move. ®r.Ti» JOINER NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harve Eudy and family and Mr. and Mrs. Euborn Eudy and baby, all of Fulton, Ky., are the guests this week of Mrs. Eudy's daughters, Mrs. Gillier Wright and family and Mrs. D. W. Bennett of Joiner. Miss Mary Lloyd Eifling; is spending a few weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eifling, at Stuttgart. Mrs. Eifling recently underwent surgery and is improving. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Sims, Sr., are spending their vacation this week in the Smoky mountains near Chattanooga, Term. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kelly have named their new baby daughter Mary Belinda Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Melton have moved back to Joiner from Hayti. Mo., and have rented a store building from Buster Bennett. Bill will 'operate a general store. He will be open for business by Saturday. A group, of men met at Louise Chapel Wednesday and gave the cemetery its annual cleaning. This was under the direction of Willie Shannon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Little have returned from a four-day trip to Pine Bluff and Benton, where they visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chiles returned from St. Louis Friday, where they had been for several days. Mr. Chiles is on the Production Credit Administration board. After meeting at St. Louis, they visited with his brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eber Chiles. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Joe Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goble and Mr. and Mrs. Bo Higginbotham held a weiner roast on the river Friday night. R. C. Branch of Pecan Point is Authorized Frigidaire Service Household-Commercial and Air Conditioning Adams Appliance Co. Phone 2-2071 Relax in Air Conditioned Comfort un. & Mon g. 22&2S RQRY CALHOUN PiPER LAURIE DAVID BRIAN KATHLEEN HUGHES ALEX NICOL EDGAR BUCHANAN A Universal-International Picture AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program __AND— GUT ANDY MADISON * DEVINE Plus Cartoon "The Helicopter" Cinemascope Pictures Coming Soon To Ritz "THE BROKEN LANCE" In Technicolor, with Spencer Tracy and Richard Widmark . "THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN" In Technicolor, with Clifton Webb and Jean Peters "GARDEN OF EVIL" In Technicolor, with Gary Cooper and Susan Hayivard "DEMETRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS" In Technicolor, with Victor Mature and Susan Hayward "PRINCE VALIANT" In Technicolor, with Robert Wagner and Janet Leigh *Sun.*Mon.*Tues.*Wed. Box Office Opens 12:45 — Shows at 1 P.M. — 5 P.M. —9 P.M. GREATER THAN EVER ON WIDE SCREEN FULL LENGTH! UNCHANGED! 3 hours, 40 minutes of thrills! DAVID O.SELZNICK'S production of MARGARET MITCHELL'S The ploiurt thi( won 10 Ac*derny Aw»rdi! GONE WITH THE WIND CLARK GABLE VIVIEN LEIGH LESLIE OLIVIA HOWARD -deHAVILLAND A SE12NICK INTERNATIONAL PICTURE _„ The love of Rhett Butler II and Scarlett O'Htra... Atlanta in flames- just part of the thrills! I. Directed by VICTOR FUMING s*«n!*yby$iDNEYHOWA«> MMirvxmMR Admiuion — Aduftt 50c At All Timo, Children 15c on Mon., Tuts. & Wtd. Mutinies — 25c All Day Sunday It Night* visiting friends in Maine. Mrs. Paul Willett and daughter, Dianne, arrived In Joiner Sunday for a visit with Mr. Willett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Willett. Lt. Paul Willett has been stationed at Paris for the past two years. Mrs. Willett and Dianne have been with him. They came back to the States by plane. Mrs. E. E. Stevenson, Mrs. George Burt and Mrs. Campbell, all of Joiner, and a group from Whitton, Mrs. Frank Dean, Sr., Mrs. Frank Dean, Jr., Mrs. Pete Bullard, Mrs. Cletus Tacker, Mrs. Harper Dates, Mrs. Gene Little, Mrs. Sam Roy Rushing, Mrs. D. L. Lemley and Mrs. Brutus Mooring, all attended the WSCS Seminar of the Methodist church held at Manila Wednesday. A number of people from Bassett attended the McHenry-Stewart Wedding at Osceola Tuesday. The Rev. Mr. Stewart has been pastor of the Bassett Presbyterian Church. A new two-in-one mattress solves the problem of husband and wife sleep preferences. One half of the new mattress is extra-firm, the other half normal-firm. mlmmmm, AAOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen •»..._•••_—•..»•——.-—->«<>-*M<aai AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT SATURDAY Double Feature RICHARD MARTiH • JOAN 01XON —AND- BARBARA . N STANWYCK Also Cartoon & Serial (IMP OWL SHOW TONIGHT! Owl Show Starts 11:30 p. m. Our Sat. COUJMKA PICTURES prtwatt Vittofio Gloria •itt ANN ROBINSW • DOU&AS SPENCER - fwtumj JACK TEAGARDEN • SHORTY ROGERS and H!S BAND wd kitreft^j JERRY PARIS • Screen n«r Oy IVA* TOES ew! *M»Rli MM PWtoWd bj WAH TORS • Omx(«U by HAXWUL SHWC Also Cartoon & Serial Sun., & Mon. 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