The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1955 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 195S BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER KEWI PAGIFIV1 - Society News - e Ann Maliorv. Society Editor * Phi Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Rush Plans are Completed When Alpha Alpha Chapter Has Meeting Members of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Gene Boggs last night to complete plans for their rush season. ' Junior High PTA Has The first party will be a Pirate Party next Monday night beginning at 7:30 p.m. with"members of the sorority escorting their rushees in Pirate regala. Mitchell Movement Concludes Series A seven-table Mitchell scrambled movement played last night concluded the six-week's series at Country club Bridge League. Mrs. E. B. Gee with a percentage of 62.05 won first place in the series with second going to Mrs. F. E. Black who had 58.09 per cent. Capmrinc: third place was Harry W. Raines with 58.08 per cent and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen won fourth place with 57.77 per cent. Mrs. Russell Phillips won fifth with a percentage of 56.79. Winners in last night's movement were Mrs. Gee and Mrs. C. C. Councille first'with 107' 2 points. Second went to Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. W. D. Chambiin with .104', 2 points. Mrs. Black and Mrs. Frank Grigsby won third place with 101 J points, and Mr, Haincs and Mrs. A. H. McMa:ius toot fourth place with 95 points. A model meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold Doyle on Oct. 4 will be the second party with a tea on Sunday, Oct. 9, and the pledge of rituals at the home of Mrs. Elmer Norman on Oct. 18 concluding the rush season. In other business, plans were discussed for a benefit bridge and canasta party which the three sorority chapters in Blytheville will give, with committee chairmen from the chapter being appointed. Those are Mrs. Robert Blaylocit, food committee; Mrs. Dan McCaskill, gifts committee; Miss Millie Ann Mallory, decorations and Mrs. Harold Doyle, tickets. Committees for the rush season are transportation: Mrs. George Anderson. Mrs. Boggs, Mrs. Doyle, Miss Mallory. Mrs. Norman and Mrs. McCasklH. Food: Mrs. Blaylock. Mrs. A. S. Harrison. Mrs. McCaskill and Mbs Melba Pryor. Mrs. Eloise Nicholson and Mrs. McCaskill are in charge of decorations. Mrs. Nicholson is general chairman of the season. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments of cake and coffee were served. g An executive board meeting preceded the first meeting of the year for Blytheville Junior High Parent- Teacher Association yesterday.' Mrs. E. J. Cure, president, presided over the meeting with Mrs. R. B. Stout giving the devotional and Otio E. Pohnka reading the president's message. In the business session it was voted that the organization would sponor.a Teen-Town at the YMCA on Friday night's when there was no football game being played in town. Mrs. Cure introduced the officers and committee chairman of the PTA and in turn T. A. Woodyard, principal of the school, introduced the faculty members. I The program was in charge of I Mrs. Glenn Ladd and in the social j hour refreshments were served by j the ninth grade mothers. When you're shampooing your hair, use your finger lips or a shampoo brush. The palms of your hands will create tangles. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature AlAN IADD SHEUEY WINTERS SKV ^ FULL OF | MOON i Pretty And Practical Mission Program Given at Huffman WMU Dixie Jackson mission program was given Monday u-hen Women's Missionary Union of Huffman Baptist Church met. Mrs. George Perry led the opening prayer and Mrs. Billy Ray served as program chairman. Those assisting her were Mrs Rex Hushes. Mrs. Marie Huff, Mrs. Jodie Hicks and Mrs. Dudley McDonald. Special Service To Be Conducted At Temple Israel During the week of repentano* Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Tcmplt Israel, will conduct a Special Sabbath Service on Friday.at I p.m. The rabbi's sermon topis will b« "Faith and Repentance." . The Jewish military and clvlliaa personnel of the Blytheville Air Force Base is invited to attend thi« service. Read Courier New Classifies Adi. IV2 price sale! limited time only ORIENTAL LOOK — The Par Eastern inilu- cuff bracelet. Collar, bracelet arid earrings Clowe ence felt throughout fashion this fall is evidenced in costume jewelry with an Oriental, go;den look. Perfect foil for a simple black dres? is tassel necklace (upper left) and bracelet. June; cap tuper right) is new, conies w r ith wide, maiching left) have Oriental look, are right for this fair simple, slim fashions. Flexible golden choke (lower right) is matched by earrings that ar decorative from every angle. All designs ar from Monet. Intermediate |Bridge-Luncheon Lloyd Family GA's Have jGiven At jReunion Held Annual Banquet jSanderlin Home jAt Walker Park ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Blytheville Showing Bv Sue Burnett One pattern — two sets of pa- amjas! Use soft cotton flannelette to make the trouser version, or j voile for the .short, short nightdress [.style, (Both are pretty and practi- jcal!i Pattern No.. 82S4 is in sizes 10. | 12. 14. 16. 18, 20. Size 12. trouser j version. 5'n yards of 35-mch: short nightdress version, 3 7fi yards. ; For this pattern, send 3oc in: COINS, your name, address, size' desired, and the PATTERN NUM-! BER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville i Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary of First Baptift Church held its annual banquet Monday night at the Rustic Inn. Mable Lee Lunsford. president of the organization, served as mistress of ceremonies .with the invocation being given by Beny Collier. Linda Dunn was recognized as the out standing GA of the year. Pat Brown gave the devotional on "Trees" and Jan Mull ins sang a solo. Erby Lynn Hodge gave the GA history and Mrs. Leon Robertson, counselor, gave the benediction. A special guest was Mrs. Barrel! Lunsford. young people's director of the Mississippi Couniy Baptist Association. Mrs. Marvin Sanderlin .enter- j The annual Lloyd family reunion tamed ?.i her home yesterday with i was held at Walker Park Sunday ariose-lunch eon. Luncheon was served from a table overlaid with a lace cloth and c en: e reel wi;.h ,.a silver antique epersne ijlled with colorful chrysanthemums. Mrs. Everett I. Clark and Mrs. J. W. Turner were bridge winners. with seventy members of the family attending. • Those attending were from Ripley. Covingrton and Mempphis, Tenn.; Hughes and Fort. Smith, Ark.: Essex, Bragg City and Steele, Mo. $5 size now only *2.50 Helps "cream away" years from your looks... Tussy Moisture Cream Softens the driest skin because it contains "Humidine,** a special ingredient which brings invisible beautifying moi=lure right to your ?kin. Helps l 'creain away'' years from your lonJcs. Lines, crow's feel, forehead creases become less and less visible. Hurry while you can save }z. Prices phis tax. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main I I I Phone 3-4507 PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents now for your copy ol ihe new Fall & Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. Dorcas Circle Has Meeting Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at the home ot Mrs. Homer Porter yesterday. Mrs. R. C. Benefield led the opening prayer and Mrs. Jack Rushing conducted ihe business ' session. • The mission lesson was taughi by Mrs. Emery Francis- and Mrs. L. B. Gilbow dismissed the group. . Here's a pretty dessert for a bridal shower: fill individual meringue shells uiih scoops of vanilla ice cream. Top with well-drained canned fruit and glaze with melted cm-rant jelly. Warm water i? best for sprinkling clothes, since it spreads better. Department of how-din-we-man-. age-witnnut-!hein?: A big basiine syringe in the kitchen, a pair of • scissors near the salad depar'.-; ment. a plastic was-ebasket in baby's room, a mirror an the kuch-. To avoid ice crystals in frozen sandwiches, store them away from the sides and bottom of the freezer MOX THEATRE On \V. .Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4821 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sal. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! Women's & Girls' Dress & Casual SHOES $979 Mm 7 $r<"> / o OORIA oe HAVEN -OENE NELSON COKiNN'EmVET-PAUUIlBERT. THURSDAY — FRIDAY — SATURDAY Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission T5c & 35c At All Times — AND — KNNIS OKtfFf WED. & THURS. 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