The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1955 · Page 4
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BLYTHETILLH (ARK.T COURBBK HEW! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, - Society News „ Ann Mnllnrv Snnier.v Editor * Mis* Milii« Ann Mnllory, Society Editor Phone 3-44&1 First Session of 1955-56 Season ConductedbySudburyPTAHere Sudburv Parent-Teacher Association held its first session of the 1955-56 season in the auditorium of the school yesterday with a large membership in attendance. Mrs. Fred Sandefur. program chairman was introduced and presented and explained the Year Book. Group singing was under the direction of Mrs. Howard Besharse. A combined devotional and presl- Get Acquainted MeetingHeldby Central PTA A "Get-Acquainted meeting was conducted yesterday by Central Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. Gean Atkinson presided over the executive board meeting preceding the general meeting and also at the general meeting. At the executive board meeting plans were made for the organization to continue the pledge system for funds. Mrs. James Guard gave the devotional and Mrs. Milton Dallas, librarian, presented a poster On library work and told the parents that they as well as their children should read and use the Blytheville Public Library. Members of the executive board were hosts in the social hour after which a tour of the rooms was made and teachers were introduced. Boom count Went to Miss Dottie Whitsel, Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mrs. Edwin Stubblefield and Mrs. Lilliao Frank. Mrs. McWaters Entertains Club Eight Mrs, C. L. McWaters, Jr., a former member and frequent visitor of dub Eight, entertained the club at her home yesterday. She had as a guest Mrs. Loy Welch. Game winners were Mrs. Charles Langston, high, Mrs. Jesse White, second high and Mrs. G. O, Poetz and Mrs. S, C. Owens tied for bridgo. Fall garden flowers were used by the hostess to decorate her home. Party foods -were served throughout *e afternoon. The Hospitals Blyttievittc Dismissed: Mrs. Lena Azbill, Cooter Charles Fowler, Steele Sfcevie Ray Lair, Kennefct PVank McAdams, city Chickfcsawba Hospital Dismissed! Mrs. Thelma Roach, city Mrs. Minnie Hanley, city Mrs. Marvin Lipford, city Sabrina Criner, city Lloyd Hise, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ruby Williams, city [A. Junior Basic 8152 H.JO By Sue Burnett The perfect choice for Fall! Use the wonder cottons that look like wool to make this compliment- «atching junior basic. Pattern No. 8152 is in sizes 11, 12, 18, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 334 yards of 39-inch. .For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 37J W. qulncy Street, Chicago 6, III. WlUi your pattern order include in additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall it winter '65 pattern book. This lat- •&t edition of Basio FASHION con- Ulna a wealth of sew-slmple, up- to-the-minute styles, special fen- tuiM, ootot ud ktyl*. dent's message was given by Mrs. Marcus Gaines. Mrs. E. P. Fry introduced the faculty members. Mrs. Harold Sudbury, president, introduced the new officers and committee chairmen. The budget was presented by Mn. Jerry Hearn and was approved. The group voted to continue bake sales and also to sponsor a spaghetti supper on Oct. 21. Since one ot the primary objectives of the organization is to interest as many parents and teachers a* possible, it was dcided to have future meetings at night so that working mothers and fathers could attend. Boom count was won by. Miss Mary Hubler's first grade and Mrs. Harry Sansom's fourth grade. A social hour with members of the executive board as hosts followed'. At this time the mothers visited home rooms and became acquainted with teachers and other mothers with whom they will work during the year. Alberta Fletcher Chapters Has Meeting at Church Alberta Fletcher Chapter of Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society met at the church yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Elva Lawrence led the opening prayer with Mrs. Opal Lambert giving the devotional. The mission book was taught by Mrs. Dorothy Halford, who also discussed the new mission books for the year. Mrs. Evelyn Gaines dismissed the group. Coming Events THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. CWllion Club meeting with Mrs. Felix Carney. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. TUESDAY, Sept. 27 Orpheus Club meeting with Mrs. C. M. Smart. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, co-hostess. First Women's Rights Convention was held at Seneca Falls, N.Y. July 19, 1848. ENTERS CONTEST — Miss Dorothy Marie Thrailkill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thrailkill, has entered the "Queen 13" Contest in Memphis. She was entered in this contest by her sister, Joyce. Judging will begin Friday morning at 10 a.m. In the Woman's Building at the Mid- South Fair Grounds in Memphis with the finalist to appear on television on Channel 13 Saturday night. WHBQ sponsors this contest in connection with the Mid-South Fair with the winner becoming queen of the fair. Mrs. Hill Compliments Houseguests Mrs. W. L. Hardeman of Columbia, S. C., and Mrs. Roy M. Bruce of Florence, S. C., houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr., were honored yesterday when Mrs. Hill entertained with a morning coffee at her home. Pink carnations in a silver bowl were used to center the table from which party foods were served. The table was overlaid with a iace cloth. Colorful arrangements of dahlias, asters, tuberoses and roses were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the Hill home. Approximately 30 guests attended the affair. Wire cake racks make fine drying racks for small articles, such as baby sweaters, bonnets, caps, mittens and gloves . No Bonder they FREIGHT SPECIALISTS SINCE 1877 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kelly Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at U>;10 a.m. and 4 p.m. tor RiU & HOST Program Announcement* THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find your name in our ad and b« our guest to see "Interrupted Melody" coot Mrs. Merle Garrison Everybody 1 ! wying: "Don't miss it! Movie-romance ol the year! Glenn FORD -Eleanor PARKER «n» Roger MOORE • Cecil KELIAWAY PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS Mildred Hawkins of San JOM, Calif., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Triad Warren, and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker. Mrs. Helen Mullins of Fort Worth, Tex., the former Miss Helen Russell, arrived here Tuesday for a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell, and friends. She was motored to Blytheville by Mrs. Beulah Mattix and children of Fort Worth and Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch will leave tomorrow for Chicago where they will attend the American Bankers Convention. They plan to be gone a week. Mrs. Margaret Harris of Miami, Pla., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wallace Smith, and family for the past month, will leave tomorrow morning for Houston, Tex. In Houston sne will visit her son, Lt. Charles D. Harris, and family. Mrs. Harris will be accompanied to Texas by her mother, Mrs. Mary D. Scanlon, who makes her home in Blytheville with her granddaughter. Ensign Allen Berry, who has been stationed at Jacksonville, Fla., arrived here yesterday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Ensign Berry is enroute to Corpus Christ!, Tex., where he will be stationed. Condition of Mrs. W. Leon Smith, who underwent surgery yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be satisfactory. She is not allowed to have visitors. Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, Jr., of Drew, Miss., is spending this week here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black. She will be joined tomorrow by her husband. Mrs. Ernest Roe left today for Dallas, Tex., to spend a week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edds are 'spending taday in Sikeston, Mrs. Frank Wagner and daughter, Mrs. Charles Book, spent yesterday in Memphis. • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Justinger of Key West, Fla., are the parents of a daughter, their first child, born Sept. 4, at the Naval Hospital in Key West. The baby has been named Terri Gail. Mrs. Justinger is the former Bonnie Cook of Blytheville. • Mrs. JusLinger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook, have returned from a visit with her in Key West. Enroute home they visited another daughter, Mrs. Earl stabler, Mr. Stabler and son in Hollywood, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Dunnaway and children have returned to their home in Crystal City, Mo., after a visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunnaway. NILA NEWS Bf MM. JMBM F«Mi The home of Mri. W. T. Homer was the scene for a lovely layette shower honoring, Mrs. Paul Wayne Fleeraan, Friday night at 7:30 p. m. The entertaining room* were decorated with bouquets of summer flowers in floral arrangement*. Mrs. Fleeman was presented with a. pink carnation corsage which she pinned at her shoulder and the hostess and co-hostesses were presented with white carnation corsages. The evening's games were under the direction of Mn. Gwaldlne and Mrs. Panella Wall. Mr». Gerald Conner and Mri. W. B. Lawhora were the price winners. Mrs. James Pelt» presented the gifts with a poem, "He Hasn't A Thing To Call Hi* Own," to the honoree. Mrs. Gerald Donner registered the gifts in. the baby book. After the gifts, were opened, refreshment* of opened-face sandwiches, pickles, cake, coffee, and cold drinks were served buffet style. Co-hostosses were Mrs. W. O. Roach, Mrs. Mackey Fleeman, Mrs. Charley Fleeman, Mrs. Geraldine Pierce, and Mrs. Janella Wall. Mrs. Steven Johns of Blytheville was the only out-of-town guests of the thirty-four guests present. * » • Mrs. Georgia Davis accompanied her daughter, Mils Norita Davis, to Memphis recently where she entered nurses' training at the Methodist hospital, Miss Davis is a 1955 graduate of the Manila High school. She was queen of the senior basketball team, a member of the senior play case, reporter for the senior class, a cheer leader, and was named -Miss Manila ol 1955. Mrs. J. 0. Steele and grandson, Keith Steele, accompanied Paul and Bill Avitts of Flint Mich., home Sunday. Paul and Bill have been visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Steele, for the past week. Mrs. Steele and Keith will visit in Flint a week and then return by way of St. Louis where they will visit relatives for a week. Mlsgt. Jack Teague and daughter, Janie Kay, of Fort San Marcus, Tex., spent the week end with Sgt. Teague'6 mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fradenburg. Mrs. Irma Stallions returned home Sunday alter spending five weeks with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Pooley, and her new grandson, Ray Pooley, in Columbia, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Richard .Banks of Kingston, Ky., spent a few flays visiting Mrs. Bank's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Batton, in Manila last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and son, Leonard Jr., and daughter, Tony, and Mrs. Leonard Phillips VU2AHA (LoLlU ID toil. ilA^MocsL JJ .fL". . W, QJL « a leVine faille, that It. A two-piece drest, a sott to wear when you feel you'd like to be trie center of attraction, the subject of smart conversation! Eloquent, elegant... •nuf 'said, frhe finest four pry faille Hi black, brown, winter-rwvy, detailed to perfection with beau-tab, rhinestone touched. Sizet 16 to 44, 1214 to Just Give Ma'am Her Reassurance "I c*n't understand women," a brilliant KlenUst recently remarked. "They ask you how you like the new way tliey've done their hair or the new hat they have bought and if you give them an honest and objective answer — r they get mad. II ft they don't want t- you to tell them Ruth Millett the truth, why do they ask?" I can't answer that question for the scientist. But I can make life simpler for him, perhaps, by telling him iu»t what to «ay to any woman who askB any of the following qUMtions: If, dressed for a party, a wife add her huiband, "How do I look?" the only safe answer is: "Wonder- full" She doesn't want him to ask doubtfully "Is that wht you're going to wear?" And she certainly doesn't want him to find ~ny flaw in her get-up. If a woman cooks a new dish and asks a man how he likes it, the correct answer is "Delicious." Any half-hearted answer or suggestion that maybe it needs a little more of this or a little less of that wiE be token as a direct insult. If a woman asks a man what he thinks of her latest rearrangement of the living-room furniture, she expects him to say he like« it fine. If, Instead, he asks what was wrong with the way it was she will b* tempted to pick up the »(a and throw It at him. A woman never asks a nun's opinion of an accomplished fact for any purpose but reassurance 1 . That statement may not be sclen- tilic. But it is a, safe operating procedure for any husband. For your own bathroom, you may want a strong, harsh light to work on yourself. But your guesti don't want to see themselves that much. If you have a guest bath, use soft, flattering light, or install two sets of lights in your own bath. Warm water is better than cold for sprinkling clothes, seeming to have more penetrating qualities. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jolliff had as their guests last week their grandchildren, Miss Bessie Ruth Giles of Fennville, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. White of the Blackwater Community, had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Pines Kelso and daughter. Sissy, and sons, Jem', Jimmy, and Bob of Lepanto. Visitors of the Reed Threlkeld family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Don Pritchett and sons, Donnie and J. E., of piggott, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams and Raymond of Manila. The Triple Triangle Sunday School class of the First Baptist held a picnic at the picnic grounds at Big Lake Sunday afternoon. Instead of having the monthly business meeting and class party combined, the class had the picnic and invited their husbands. Those present for the occasion j were: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Towles and daughter, Elizabeth Ellen; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reed Threlkeld, Mr. and Mrs. L. G-. Gammill Jr., and son, Bradley; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gaylean; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Don- 'ner and son, Gerry; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Costner and son, Craig; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Nowlin and son, Van; Mr. and Mrs. James" Felts; Mrs. George Davis and son, Steven; and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adkins and children, Kathy and Johnny. Mrs. Madline Gibbons of Gibbons, Mo., was called to Manila last week because of the illness of her foster father, Joe Hill, who was hurt in an accident at the Wagner Stave Mill while hauling staves. The line from a mule he was working with was wrapped around his hand and the mule became frightened and jerked Mr. Hill down, breaking his left hip. He was taken to Ration's Hospital for treatment and sent to the Baptist Hospital in Memphis where his hip was operated on Wednesday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission loe & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature — AND — "I REMEMBER MAMA" With Irene Sc Barbara DUNNE DELL GEDDES Cartoon "Baby Butch" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature "TOBACCO ROAD" With . Gene * Charley TIERNEY GRAPEWIN — AND — Serial "Capt. Africa" No. And Cartoon GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Start* at Dusk THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Blytheville Showing PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS at Hays Related, but separate! as seen In GLAMOUR Runaway fall success: the quick-change costume, A jumper to live ils own hare-sleeved life, to travel with exciting fill-ins. Vicky Vaughn keeps it lean, places pockets at a new low. Switch!—it's a costume with a pocketed cardigan to mix with other skirts and dresses. Of Burlington Mills' Bordagera, 100^, chromspua acetate with built-in crease resistance, locked-in color. Lining and ascot-scarf of Fuller Fabrics' cotton print. Banker's grey, hlue, green, red, ^ j MA rust or turquoise. Siwsa 7 to 15. | *r fl vtJ W« Otlivtr—Phoiw 2-2001

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