The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1955 · Page 4
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fAcwrou* inaxj corons NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, - Society News - -. 1.. Ifallnmr KnoiofV RHitflT • FhOHl Mis* MilHt ABB Mallory, Society Editor Phon* 3-4461 Junior Auxiliary Announces Its Resumption of Projects Today Mrs. B. F. Brogdon, Junior Auxiliary projects chairman, today announced the resumption of the Story Hour and the screening program for children of the Blytheville school du- Firat session of the Story Hour will be conducted Saturday morn- Ing, Oct. 1, »t 9:30 in the Public Library. Mrs. Freeman Robinson and . Mrs. Spencer Alexander will entertain the children for an hour each Saturday with stories and related games. The program is designed for all children in the first through the fourth grades. An attendance contest will run from now until Valentie's Day, concluding with a party in honor of the winning grades. Prizes of books will be preseted. The Auxiliary is undertaking for the first time a screening program to search out those who have de* fective hearing. This audiometer test will supplement the visual screening program which has been carried on for the past six years and will be alternated yearly with it. S. C. Benton of the State Board of Health has been conducting lessons for Auxiliary members this week to teach them tie operation of the audiometer. Mrs. Eric Whitlcy is in charge of a team of 14 workers who will visit all the schools in this district. The children will be tested in groups of four beginning with the sixth grade. If a student fails the first test, he will be retested in four weeks. The results ofthe second test will be mailed to the parents who will be asked to take tie child to the family physician. The physician's report will then be sent to the teacher who will add it to the child's pil.rmanent health record. Lange School for Exceptional Children opened at the beginning of the school year under the joint sponsorship of the Blytheville School Board and the Junior Auxiliary. Seven students reported to the school to be under the guidance of Mrs. Velda Willingham. The Auxiliary is also furnishing The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. F. £ Webb, city Melvin Parr Williams and baby, tity Chfckawwba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. prentis Holder, Jr., city Patricia Williams, city 1. W. Bates, city • Mrs. G. B. oldham, city Jack McAllister, Orlando, Ha. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Stubbs, Woodrow, Ark. Earl Bell, city a paid assistant to help with the physical problems of the children. Nine Auxiliary members provide special training in art, music, penmanship and health, Mrs. Ralph Berryman, supervisor of public school music, is presenting a lix- weeks music course th!« year. Mrs. Watson Complimented By Mrs. Ellis Mrs. Joe Watson of Chula Vista, Calif., who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Prank Whitworth, was honored yesterday with a dessert- bridge at the Rustic Inn by Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Mrs. Ellis used the National Cotton Picking Contest as the theme for her decorations. Centering individual tables were cotton picking figurines filled with white carnations. Surrounding the bases ol the figurines were bolls of opened cotton. Scorepads and tallies carried out the same theme. Attending the party were Mrs. W. M. Owens, Mrs. J. E. Beasley, Mrs. Fred Fleeman, Mrs. B. M. Matthews. Mrs. Whitworth and Mrs. V. p. Miller. Mrs. Owens won high in the games, Mrs. Beasley, second high, and Mrs. Fleeman, bridgo. The hostess presented Mrs. Watson with a gift. Jewish Festival Of Tabernacles Begins Tomorrow Jewish Festival of Tabernacles be> gins tomorrow night. Special services will be conducted tomorrow night at 8 p.m. at Temple Israel by Rabbi Alfred Vise. Sunday morning during Sunday School, the children and students of all groups will have their harvest celebration. Sunday evening at 5:30 members of the congregation will join in a supper suonsored by the Temple Sisterhood. Jewish military personnel of Blytheville Air Force Base is invited to attend all of these festivities. A good team of Arctic sled dogs, pushed by an expert driver, can cover 100 miles in a day with a light load. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Mrs. Pearl Hires Ljeten t« KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Boxy Program Announcements THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "Fox Fire" JANE RUSSELL-JEFF CHANDLER DAN DURYEA PARAMOUNT NEWS & SHORT COMING TO THE RITZ —IN OCTOIIR— "Not As a Stranger" With MitchMM and (Ml-vi. Min Shirley PhilUjM Engagement Of Miss Phillips Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. McClaln Phillips announce he engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Jean, to Eugene Buvks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Burks of Burdette. Miss Phillips was graduated from Blytheville High School where she was a member of the high school band. She attended Hendrix College in Conway and Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. The bride-elect is now employed by E. B. Gee Cotton Company. Mr. Burks was graduated from Burdette High School, where he was a member of the football team. He is now a senior at Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. Jerry Haley To Claim Bride In Monette Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Hogan announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Christine, to Jerry Haley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley of Bly- Bits of News Among the 2)8 freshmen, and transfer students enrolled ftt Southwestern at Memphis is Carmen Poitras of Osceola. Carmen, who recently pledged Zeta Tau Alpha, ii the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a. W. Reidy of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Branam or Torrence. Calif., are the parents of their first child, a son, born Saturday morning. The baby has been named Jim Allen. Mrs. Branam is the former Miss Ruth Elleanor Ashby, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ashby of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Haison of Union City, Tenn., ore visiting their niece, Mrs. Charles Bright, and family, of Blytheville. They came especially to attend the National Cotton Picking Contest. Mr. and Mrs. J. Newell Burns and daughter Diane of Forrest City are the houseguests of his uncle, W. M. Burns, and Mrs. Burns. Diane is one of the entrants in the National Cotton Picking Contest Beauty Revue which will be he!i tonight at Blytheville High School Auditorium at 8 p.m. Mrs. John CaudlU, Mrs. John Lane, Mrs. R. H. .Kirby and Mrs. P. E. Black were in Memphis yesterday to attend a fashion show staged by the Kings Daughters at the home of Mrs. K. W. Dillman. Mrs. Joe Macom of Austin, Tex., has arrived here for a visit with her sisters, Mrs. Boone Hall and Mrs. Delia Sawyer. Condition of W. 0. Higginson, who is seriously ill in Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be slightly improved this morning. Mrs. A. H. Simpson of Dyersburg,' Tenn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dorothy Scott. Mrs, Scott became ill Monday en route to Detroit, Mich., to attend funeral services for her son-in-law, Lloyd Lybarger. She was reurned to her home in Blytheville from New Madrid, Mo.' Mr. and Mrs. James F. Reinmiller are the parents of a daughter born Sept. 6 at Roselle, N. J. The baby has been named .Janet Elaine. Mr. Reinmiller is a former resident. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Darby .are the parents of a son born this morning at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, who has been named Roger Earl, has a brother, Steve, age three. Lange PTA Has First Fall Meeting First meeting of the fall season was held yesterday afternoon by Lange Parent-Teacher Association With the president, Mrs. Orlie Parker, presiding. Mrs. S. E. Tune gave the devotional with Mrs. Darrell Lunsford giving the president's messaga. Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr., program chairman, gave the first in a series of program on "Is It Well with Our Children?" Room count went to the rooms of Mrs. Milburn and Mrs. Penn. Sixth grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour. An executive board meeting preceded the general meeting. The Mediterranean, third largest sea in the world, has an area of 1,145,136 square miles. Miss Gaines Elected As Queen Candidate Bertha Ann Qainei, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Marcu» Oalnw, hai been elected candidate by Alpha Gamma Delta at Memphis State for homecoming queen. The queen will be elected by the student body and will be crownd Oct. 15 at Tennessee Teeh-MemphU State game. Miss Gaines, who WM elected Air Force ROTO queen last year at the college, is treasurer of her sophomore class and publicity chairman of the home economics department. Mrs. McKenzie Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Ernest McKenzle w»« honored with a layette shower l«t night when Mn. J. Raymond Smith and her daughter, Mrs. Everett Peterson, entertained at the ftnith home. A novelty corsage was presented to the honoree by her hosteMei. 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