The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
Page 4
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PACT FOUR BLYTHEVn/LB (ASK.)' COURIER HEWS THURSDAY, SBrM'oMBER IB, 19W - Society News - - 4_« Mnllnou SncintV K.ftitar * . PhOIl Mis« Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Registration Begins for Girl Scout and Brownie Troops Here Girl Scouts are registering this week with girls who were in troops last year being contacted to re-register. 15. Four new troops have been formed bringing the total for Bljrtheville to The three new Brownie Troops Central, meeting on Friday at Little House with Mrs. W. R. Lawshe and Mrs. Verriel Deal leaders; Sudbury, meeting on Monday ,at the Little House with Mrs. Dick Watson, Mrs. Leon Shearer Davis, leaders. and Mrs. Joe Lange meets at the Woman's Club on Monday with Mrs. Ralph Todd and Mrs. Joe McHaney serving as leaders. Sue Burks are leaders for the nine year old Brownie troop which meets on Friday at the Little House. Another group of nine year old Brownies meets at the Little House on Thursday with Mrs. H. J. McKinnon and Mrs. M. J. Koehler as leaders. Ten year old Scouts meet on Tuesday at the Little House with Mrs. W. R. Campbell and Miss Evie Lee Graves as leaders. One group of eleven year old Scouts meets on Tuesday at the Woman's Club with Mrs. Charles Moore as leader. The other group meets on Thurs- A new Scout Troop for the fifth! day at the Little House with Mrs d^Is teen formed with Mrs. R. Cecil Graves and Mrs. Dale Bnggs wortod >d Ms. Darrell Luns- tord as leaders. This troop will meet on Monday at the Little House. other trooas are: Eight year Brownies, Tuesday, Little House, Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., and Mrs. Hugh Hudson, leaders; Eight year Buownies, Wednesday, Christian Church, Mrs. Louis Smotherman and Mrs. Spencer Alexander, leaders. Mrs. Joe'McClure and Miss Billie Guests Present When PS Bridge Club Plays Mrs. Dick Watson, Mrs. John Shaddox and Mrs. Jack Sowger were guests yesterday when Mrs. John Prather entertained PS Bridge Club with a dessert-bridge. Outwork clothes overlaid the table when the dessert course was served with fall blossoms in budvases forming the centerpieces. Winners in the games were Mrs. John Hickey, high; Mrs. Herb Rhode, second high; Mrs. Joe Joyner, low; Mrs. Everett I. Clark, bridge; and Mrs. Shaddox, traveling prize. Dell PTA Has First Meeting of Year Dell Parent-Teacher Association *held its first .meeting oC the school year yesterday. Faculty members were introduced by D. E. Blackmon, new school superintendent, who also gave a preview of school plans Inr the year. Mrs. John Miles Miller, president, Introduced PTA officers and spoke on the organisation. Officers are Mrs. Glenn Cook, vice-president; Mrs. Arthur Penter, secretary; Mrs. J. E. Johnson, treasurer and Mrs. James Tidwell, program chairman. Mrs. Juanita Hall, second grade teacher, gave the devotional. Second-grade mothers were hostesses to the 60 members present in the social hour. If you want to keep your kids away from appetite - destroying soda pop for a couple of years, try fruit juices mixed with soda water. They give nourishment as they satisfy the afternoon hunger. Egg-white will remove chewing gum from anything, including hair, without leaving a trace. as leaders. Seventh grade Scouts meet on Wednesday at the Little House with Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. Bill Wyatt leaders. Mrs. Jerry Cohen is leader for the eighth grade Scouts, but they will not meet until the first of October at the Little House on Wednesday. Brownies In Yarbro will meet at the school with Mrs. Cecil Johnson Mrs. Paul Flowers and Mrs. David Miles as leaders. A leader has not been selected for the girls working for their Curvec Bar. These girls will be'contacted at a later date. All girls who have uniforms for sale are requested to call and lisl those with Mrs. Charles Czeschin al 3-6078. In, turn Mrs. Czeschin will call anyone who needs a uniform There will be approximately 26C girls registered this year with 68 registered adults. An attempt to form more new troops as the need arises will be made. First Session Of Tournament Is Played In the first session of the city championship bridge tournament last night, Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. C. W. AfflicK tooK top place with 130 points. A nine-table scrambled Mitchell movement was played by the group. Capturing second place were Mrs. Prank Grigsby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins with 128'/& points. With 123 points, Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. George Wiggs, and Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen tied for third place. The final session will be played tonight beginning at 7:30 preceded by a dinner at 6:30. Coming Events THURSDAY Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church meeting at the home of Mrs. Edward Watson, 7:30 p.m. tottie Moon YWA meeting with Jackie Blackford, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Sunbeams of Trinity Baptist Church meet at church, 3:45 p.m. Ladits 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. Cotillion. Club meets at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Miller AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxr Program Announcements THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "House of Bamboo" louse Ofe bamboo COtM by Df IUM ««*( XttERT RYAN-ROBERT STUX JWtLfYUMMUCH CANEMN 1TOEU Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson PARAMOUNT NEWS * CARTOON Mr. and Mri. Bttty G»nn Yarbro PTA Makes Plans For Carnival plans were made for the annual Halloween Carnival yesterday when Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association met. Mrs. John Plunkett presided over the meeting with Mrs. David Miles, program chairman, introducing faculty members and officers. Is It Well with Ypur child," was , Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speck have the devotional given by Mrs. Thomas ~ returned from Hattiesburg, Miss., where they motored their daughter, Pat, who enrolled as a freshman at Mississippi Southern College. Among Blytheville residents Searcy this week to attend the Northeast Arkansas District Assembly of Church of the Nazarene are the Rev. and Mrs. J. Louis Emmert, the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., Mrs. Dan Roberts, Mrs. Mildred Mayo, Mrs. Roy Gaines, Mrs. Alvle Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Trumble, Mrs. Jimmy A uick and Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Cobb. Jimmy Quick attended the Tuesday session. Mrs. May Auten has returned from Whitriiaven, Tenn., where she spent several days visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ann Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones and son David of Rockford, ill., have returned home after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot, and other relatives. Mrs. Ruth Meyers of Chicako has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brown, for the past week. Mr. and Mis. J. D. Smith left this morning for Norfork, Va., to visit their daughter, Mrs. Maurice Westridge, and family -for the next two weeks. Misses Patty Scott and Sue Jobe, freshmen at Memphis State College, have pledged Alpha Gamma Delta social sorority. The two young ladies are spending several days here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds will return today from Columbia, Mo., where they motored their niece, Judy Cohoon, to resume her stud-1 ies at the University of Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. C. Donald Everson and three children, Steven, Donald and Laura {Catherine, have returned to their home in Baton Rouge, La., after a visit here with Mrs. Eversons parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Wilson. Mrs. Cal Gossett, Jr., who has been seriously ill with polio for the past ten days in a Boston, Mass., hospital is reported to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolsey have returned home after having been called to East St. Louis, 111., due to the death of his brother, John Wolsey. Bogun. Refreshments were served in the social hour. Miss Wilson Has Program For Dell WSCS Twenty-three members of Dell Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church Tuesday night. Miss Virginia Wilson was in charge of the program on "Spread of the Kingdom in Perilous Times." She was assisted by Mrs. Jerry Edwards and Mrs. Marguerite Partin. Prayer was ted by Mrs. Dewey Sheperd with Mrs. Charles Kennett serving as organist. Mrs. J. C. Dobbs presided at the business session. Mrs. H. R. .Crawford and Mrs. Curtis Duncan were hostesses in the social hour. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Louis Gresham, city Randal Murray, Manila Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Lewis Thornton and baby, Luxora Euletta Scott, Osceola Mrs. Billy Farley, Waco, Mrs. J. H. Warren, city Mrs. Billy Williams and Cooler Mrs. Alfred Sipes, city Mrs. Edward Sipes, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Era Harper, city Mrs. Lawrence Cassidy, Rt. city Miss Ruth Corker, Steele Tex. Baby, Watch out for the sun and the wind, even early in the season. Use a good sun screen lotion when you're in the sun. Don't forget lips. Consistent glare can raise a sore on unprotected lips. A lip pomade can ward off same. • * • Your complexion changes from season to season. Keep this in mind when buying cosmetics or hats and scarves. Every day's a Heyday in these new That's because the new Fall Heydays have been carefully designed to provide the maximum in beauty, fit, comfort and satisfaction. Smooth, soft leathw and other materials, exquisite color combinations, expert styling and unique construction all combine to make these Heydays America's most comfortable Walking shoe. Try a pair today and you'll agree that "every day's a Heyday with Heydays." Red Calf, Black Calf, Tan Alligator Calf, Avacado Calf. I &. SONS I SH OSS I NILA NEWS •J Mri. Jtmw Felt* Members of Blackwater Home Demonstration Club met on the school yard Tuesday. Mrs. Raymond 'Scott was in charge of the meeting with Mrs. Carroll Waddell giving the secretary's report. Plans were made for the county fair booth. Mrs. Raymond Scott and Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman gave a demonstration on making planters and bookends of copper. Guests were Miss Inez Whitney, Mrs. Lawrence Timberlake and Mrs. Ola Ketchum. Mrs. Leonard Phillips was assisted by Mrs. Carroll Waddell in serving refreshments of open faced sandwiches, cookies and iced drinks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Justis and! daughter Tenie are here visiting Mrs. Justis's parents, Mr. and Mrs.- L. V. Waddell. They will return home soon where Mr. Justis is an instructor in math at the University of Alabama and Mrs. Justis will teach a primary grade. Mr. and Mrs. Monte MilHgan and daughter Lee Ann of Memphis were visiting Mrs. Milligan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Waddell. this past week-end. Mrs. Bobby Scott and son Bobby Dean of Jackson, S. C., are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Connie Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and son Ronnie spent Thursday and Friday visiting her sister, Mrs Fred Whistle, and family at Denton. Mr. and. Mrs. Clifford White and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. White spent a few days-last week at Bull shoals. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Massey of Nettleton entertained, with a birthday supper Saturday evening at their home complimenting Mrs. Harvey Durham. '' The table, where the guests were seated, was laid with a green linen cloth with a centerpiece of white mums. Mrs. Durham was presented a gift in her china pattern by her hosts. Attending from Manila were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Finch of Jonwboro. Mr. and M». V. B. Osborn entertained with a dinner party recently at their home complimenting Lt. and Mri. Woody Mac Townsend of Valdosta, <J»., who were here visiting Lt. Townsend's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Townsend. The table was overlaid with a pale pink damask cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink roses. Guests for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jim cheadle, Mr. and Mrs. Oienn Horner, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Townsend, Lt. and Mrs. Townsend. The Methodist District Seminar study of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Jonesboro district met at Marked Tree last week with a dinner followed by the Introduction of the studies for the following year. 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