The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 21, 1955
Page 4
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BiYTm;vn,LB (ARK.)- COURIER MEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER tl, 19M - Society News - a Ann MolWv Sryiptv JMit/lT ' PllOf MM* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Carousal Dinner L First of Series OfPartiesHonoring Sorority Rusbees A carousel dinner on the l3\vn at the home of Mrs. Jess Horner last night was the first, in a series of parties honoring rashees of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Rushees of this chapter are Mrs. Billy Joe Gean, Mrs. Merle Hail, Mrs. Betty Sevens, Mrs. Joan Dash, Mr«. Herb Rhode, Mrs. Joe Eu'ine, Mr*. Eliouse Weathers, Mrs. Glenn Horner, Mrs. Zed Brisgs, Mrs. Joe Gresson, Mrs. John Prather and Mrs. Nancy Robinson. Hostesses for the dinner were of- ficeri of the chapter. Phi), Mark and Joe Smith, sons Mvd Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, presented clarinet, accordion and vocal solos and also a pantomine to the recording "Do You Need a Little Help." A pantomine to the recording "Lonesome Polecat," was given by Miaec Sally McCutchen, Barbara Dale Dunla.p and Beth Johnson. Party games were played to con elude the evening's entertainment. Dessert Party Given for Exempler Group Miss Vera Goodrich and Miss Bil lift Sue Burks entertained Exemp- ler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi with i dessert bridge and canasta party at the Rustic Inn last night. Mrs. Joe Davis, who recently moved here from Brinkiey, was a special guest. A business session, conducted by Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, preceded the card game. Mrs. Tom Little Jr., won high in the bridge games. Miss Burks high in canasta and bridgo was von by Mrs. Joe Freeman. R*ad Courier News Classified Adi. Afternoon Unit Meets In Wilson Home Afternoon Unit of Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met at the home of Mrs. Paul M. Wilson Monday afternoon. There were 14 members and two new members, Mrs. W. P. Gibbons and Mrs. S. G. Baker, present. Officers of the unit for the term 1955-56 are Mrs. Wilson, chairman; Mrs. C. W, Afflick, Jr., secretary; Mrs. Dale Dunlap, treasurer; Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, devotional chairman and Mrs. R. I. Thompson, program chairman. In the social hour the hostess was assisted in serving by Mrs. Edgar A. Stacy and Mrs. Cherry. The next meeting of the unit will be held at the home of Mrs. S. S. Patterson, 818 W. Main, Monday, Oct. 10. CIB Bridge Club Conducts Game In Bunch Home Mrs. Hildred Bunch, a frequent visitor of CIB Bridge Club, entertained the club yesterday at her home. Bridge -winners were Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., high, Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe second high and Mrs. Robert McGraw, bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Fall flowers were URed to decorate fche Bunch home. Capt. and Mrs. L. Houchlns left today for California for a month's visit with their daughter. Col. and Mrs. Albert H. Byrne and sons have raoved into their new home at 714 Adams Street. Mrs. Dale, Briggs and daughter spent Monday in Memphis. Mr. end Mrs.' Harold shuford lelt today to return to their home in Hickory, N. C., after a visit here with their daughter, Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mr. Haines and daughters. Mrs. Bob Warren and son spent Monday in Memphis. Miss Margaret Moffitt is in Osceola Memorial Hospital suffering from a broken arm received in a fall while teaching dancing. Found Only at Whitsitt's Style 8600 — The important little suit that's all shape and curve above a slim stitched skirt. In a nubby flecked Davenlree tweed. Sites 10 to 20. Also in 5' 3" siz«. it's Whitsitt's Spaghetti Dinner Given For Circle Ten A spaghetti dinner at the home of Mrs. Ted King last night honored members of Circle Ten of First Baptist Church- Miss Dottie Whitsel gave the invocation and also concluded the mission book following the dinner. Mrs. Leon Jones dismissed the group. You LMct Smart Thing*" Mrs. Terry Entertains Tri-Town Club Mrs. James Terry entertained Tri- Town Club members and two guests, Mrs. Ben Harpole and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., yesterday at the Country Club with a dessert-bridge. Mrs. Terry won high in the games and Mrs. Bob Warren won second high. Frances Weathers Hostess to YWA Group Frances Westhers was hostess to Young Women's Auxiliary of New Liberty Baptist Church at her home Monday night. Mrs. Ruth Best led the discussion on the program followed with prayer by Marie Bevill. .Those on program Were Miss Weathers, Marilyn Lutes. Mable Crook, and Miss Bevils. Mrs. Best dismissed the group. Ruth Milleti Husband Too Interested In His Wife A Wisconsin wife, aged 21, recently sued for divorce, complaining that her husband demanded her attention "every waking minute they were together." It's a pity she didn't put up with her husband's wanting her undivided attention for lone enough for him to have developed into more typical h band. For certainly no wife of even five years' standing ever has to complain that her husband is too interested in her. In fact, after even a couple of years of marriage most men are satisfied with very little attention from a wife. The reason is, of course, that it interfers with more "important" pursuits, such as reading the morii- ing paper at the breakfast table and the evening paper at night. Nothing a wife has to say f is important enough to make a husband put down his newspaper, or take his eyes off the television set, if there is a boxing match or a football game on the screen. A lot of wives find that husbands don't even appreciate their attention to the extent of wanting to be asked how things went at the office. A husband of even a few years' standing seems to cherish nothing more than peace and quiet and a sense of privacy. So long as his wife will let him relax and not keep after him with a lot of chatter and attention and questions, he is a happy man. When so many wives are complaining that their husbands take them completely for granted, it is strange, indeed, to hear of a wife wanting to end a marriage because her husband wants her attention "every waking minute." Coming Events THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs Symphony Band To 'Jazz it Up 1 BALTIMORE (JP) — Symphony Conductor Massimo Preccia, living up to a promise to liven up the ocal classical music scene, plans to )resent "Concerto for Jazz Band and Symphony Orchestra" at a concert next fall. On the outer fringe of the Lyric Theater stage will be the 86 pieces of the Baltimore Symphony. In the middle will be what the program calls a progressive ja?,z ensemble— the 19-piece Sauter-Pinnegan Orchestra. The concerto, written by a modern German composer named Lieberman, is essentially a dialogue between the jazz group and the Symphony orchestra, Massimo said. Felix Carney. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. TUESDAY, Sept. 27 Orpheus Club meeting with Mrs. C. M. Smart. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. co-hostess. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kelly Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements i I1BARA STANWYCK ! RONAIOI LAST TIMES TODAY "• PLUS CATTLE QUEEN OF MONTANA SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "Interrupted Melody" NOW Mrs. Merle Garrison Everybody s saying: Dont miss it! Movie-romanc« of the year! Ate* SIUINIIM SOM Glenn FORD -Eleanor PARKER •ilk Roger MOORE • Cecil KELLAWAY PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS PEEKABOO — Despite his eye-covering bearskin hat, Scots Guards Maj. Alastair Ritchie isn't blind to the charms of the new Miss America, Sharon Kay Ritchie. He can see through the hairs of the 20-inch topper. The major is on a good-will tour of the U.S. representing the Scots Guards, one of five regiments assigned to guard Britain's Queen Elizabeth. The two Ritchies, who are not related, are shown above ae they appeared on a TV show in New York. SHE'S TOPS—Actress Deborah Kerr is the winner of the Sarah Siddons award as Chicago's outstanding actress of the 1954-55 jeason. She won for her performance in "Tea and Sympathy." Thirty-seven other actresses were considered for the honor by the Sarah Siddons Society, an or-p""'-" 1 tion of drama devotees. Lie Awake Last Night? becav** of stomach acid? Do This Tonight: Why let excess stomach acidin keep you tossing and turning in n vain attempt 10 sleep? Do as millions do—take 2 Turns as a "night cap." Sw if you don't fall asleep more easily—feel fresher in the morning. .Turns neutralize excess acid almost before it starts. Always keep Turns handy to counteract gas, acid indigestion — day or night. Get a handy roll today. 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