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FAMFOUK BLTTHEYILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, I»M - Society News - .Ann Mollnrv Bmtotv Editor f "ho Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Eastside Garden Club Has Meeting Kaatslde Garden Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. W. E. Buchanan with Mrs. E. R. Alley as oojsoatess. . Mrs. B. A. Bugg, club president. opened the meeting with a poem from the yearbook and Mrs. A. D. priest led the opening prayer. During the business, session the group voted to continue the club project of beautifying the grounds at Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. E. A. Rice served as pro- tram leader for the afternoon witn Mra. Priest- assisting her. Mrs. Rice spoke on "Winter Preparation for Spring, Planting,", and "How to Buy Shrubbery from Nurseries." "How to Grow Someting Green In the Winter," was the topic of Mra. - . Ivy Crawford, a guest of the group, presented slides of Alaska which were taken during the different seasons of the year. Johnny Buchanan showed slides on Florida. • Twenty-eight members were present for this meeting with THrs. Ed M«rtln, Mrs. Blanche Summers, MM. Curtis Bennett, Mrs. R. L- Adkisson and Mrs. Johnny Buchanan as guests. Films Shown At Garden Department Kims on Alaska and Florida were shown yesterday at the meet- toe of the Garden Department, of Woman's Club. These films were shown by Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Buchanan, guests of the department. Mrs. Ray Hall presided over the business session with hostesses for the »fternoon being Mrs. Philip Deer and Mrs. Charles Czeschin, !A. Handsome Pair 8353 12-42 By Sue Burnett As new and pretty a frock as you'll find for spring — to wear alone or teamed with, the fitted jacket as a street costume. Pattern No. 8353 is in sizes 12. 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, dress, 3y, yards of 39-inch; jacket, 2% yards. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, ,Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, m. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your Shelby Richardson Miss Richardson Engaged to Hersbel Austin Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richardson of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Shelby ' Jean, w Hershel Ray Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Austin of Dell. Miss Richardson is a senior in Dell High School where she is a member of the girls ensemble, the Future Homemakers of America, the Beta Club, president of the "D" club and member of the basketball team. She was chosen all-county and co-captain of her team in 1965. Mr. Austin is a graduate of Dell High School where he was a member of the Future Farmers of America and was awarded the degree of state farmer. He was given the DeKalb outstanding accomplishment award in 1954 and was a member of the basketball team. The groom-elect is now a sophomore at Arkansas State College where he If a member of the Sigma Phi fraternity. The couple will exchange vows Jan. '7, at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Half- Moon community. Coming Events THURSDAY Delta Kappa Gamma having initiation ceremony in Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Armorel HD Club meeting at home of Mrs. E. M. Mitchell at 1129 Hearn in Blytheville for potluck luncheon. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, 1 p.m. FRIDAY City Council of PTA meeting at junior high school library, 10 a.m. Eastern Star having installation of officers at Mason Temple, 8 p.m. This installation service is open to the public. Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C. E. Crigger, 2 p.m. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Slack. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. SATURDAY Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mrs. C. L. Nabers and Mrs. Denny Byrum en- home of Mrs. Halsell, compliment- ini Miss Jimmie Lee Moore, between 3 and 4 p.m. MONDAY Ruth Class of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Burley Slayton, 7:30 p.m. copy of our fascinating new fall & winter '55 pattern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains a wealth of sew-simple, up- to-the-minute styles, special features, color and style. Paint Closeout Many Types And Colors | Price Hubbard Hardware i946_ TENTH -"" SALE STARTING FRIDAY, JANUARY 6th Celebrate With Us! Ali Sale Items i PRICE or LESS Uot 11« SMtli Bemud Street Former Resident Becomes Bride In Risco Miss Patsy Ruth Sanders of Risco, formerly of Blytheville and Bill Landon of Lilbourn were married Monday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Sanders, at Risco with the Rev. Sullivant, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dielstadt, officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was dressed in a gown of white brocaded moira, princess style and carried a white Bible, a ift topped with an orchH corsage. Her shoulder length veil was secured to ,a white crownlette embroidered with sequins. Her only attendant was a cousin, Miss Carolyn Holmes, of Steele, who wore white with a corsage of pink and white carnations. The bride attended school at Steele and Risco. Mr. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown of Lilbourn, had Richard Pearson of Maiden for his best man. He attended school at Risco. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. '-' The table was decorated with silver and white candles and covered with a white cloth. 'Mrs. Royal Sanders, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. John Holmes, aunt of the bride, of Steele presided at the table.. Mrs. J. T. Richey of Osceola, a cousin of the bride, assisted at the bride's book. The couple left after the reception for Gary, Ind., where they will make their home until March after which they will be.at home at Sikeston. ' Miss Harper Of Steele Becomes Bride"' - STEELE — Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Harper of Steele are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Ruth, to Dr. C. J. Toohey, of Vallejo, Calif. The wedding occurred on Dec. in San Francisco at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, parents- in-law of L. M. Harper, a brother of the bride. ' ,, The bride, formerly of Steele graduated from Steele High School, the University of Missouri.? anc John Hopkins School of Nursing at Baltimore, Md. For the past several years she has been head nurse with the Hawaiian-American Sugar Corporation of Vallejo. Dr. Toohey is a prominent physician at Vallejo. Upon return from a wedding trip and ylsit with the groom's parents in southern California, they will be at home in Vallejo. Black Morning BRANFORD, Conn. (ff) - Branford is one of those, towns where around Halloween time, the merchants invite the youngsters to paint designs on their display win dows. After their last experience however, they ask that something besides black paint be used. Came the dawn after the annual painting spree, and with the dawn a brigh sun. Black paint, the merchants dis- coveieu, itiorbs heat si a high rate. Cracked Windows all over the place was the result. . ,M Bits of News J-^erional Wednesday •; jBnd£? Clubs Resume Scbeduk Mr. and Mra. Leroy Pruitt of West Memphis announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, last night at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. The baby has been named Ann McDonald. Mrs. Pruitt is the former Polly Ann McDonald jf Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Brister have returned from Little Rock where they motored their son, Vernice, Jr., who is a student at the Arkansas School for the Deaf there. He spent the holidays here with his family. Jackie Nail, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nail, is ill at his home at 1205 Holly. Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola is the houseguest of Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Lt. and Mrs. Pat Burks and daughter have returned to their home in Albuquerque, N, M., after spending the holiday season here with their parents, Mrs.. Mary Alice Eaton, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie nurSi. Wednesday bridge clubs resumed their weekly games yesterday following a two-week vacation during the Christmas and New Year's holidays. Mrs J. F. Scrape was hostess last night to TLE Bridge Club members and one guest. Mrs. Robert Weidman. In the bridge games, Mrs. W. J. Cupples won high score, Mrs. Weidman, second high, and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. bridgo. 4 sandwich plate was served by the hostess. Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, who has moved here from Drew, Miss., to make her home, was a guest yesterday when her mother, Mrs. F. E. Black, was hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. Guests were seated at the dining table for lunch. Forming the centerpiece was a milk glass epergne holding fruit. The placecards also carried out the fruit theme. W. T - p " rd and Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. Vrank Tyler left Tuesday for Paria, Ark., to visit her sister, MM. Ivo Lucas, and family and to Sparrow. Okla., to visit his sister, Mrs. Eddie Brown. •Jackie Blackai-d of the Navy left Tuesday for Seattle, Wash., alter a 30-day leave here and at Memphis visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Yates of Memphis spuit the holidays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McArthur and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yates. Mr. aud Mrs. John Powell and son Edd left Sunday to return to their home in Pontiac, Mich., after a week's visit here with friends and relatives. Mrs. Myrtle Fletcher and sons Dean and Lyde of Camden, Ark., spent last weeH here wtih her parents.-Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. Miss Bettye Faye Doss left Wednesday for Dallas, Tex. Kenneth Nichols of West Memphis visited his uncle, Clarence Nichols, and family last week. A. T. Edwards of California Best Dressed Women of Year Are • Named NEW YORK Wl—What are they like and how did they get that way—these women named to this year's list of the world's besl dressed? The annual list, compiled by the New York Dress Institute and announced last night, is the resull of a poll of fashion editors and designers. Because of ties, the list totals 14 this year. 'The two women tied for first are both young, beautiful and disciples of simplicity. Mrs. William Paley, wife 'of the head of CBS, is a veteran of the -list, despite her youth. Grace Kelly, movie actress of the year, Is a newcomer Mrs.- Paley, the former Barbara Cushlng, is the mother of four children and stepmother of two more. Tall, lovely and brunette, she is a former fashion editor who used to buy only two outfits a year now gets her wardrobe from Maln- bocher, one of the world's mpst expensive dressmakers. Miss Kelly represents the American ideal of the nice girl. Blonde, beautiful and modest, she likes the casual look, goes in for simple suits, sweaters and skirts, spectator-sports clothes Tor daytime, goes elegant and dramatic only after dark. A perennial among the best- dressed is the Duchess of Windsor. Her supremacy is challenged this year .however, by a princess who refused to break the traditions of the British royal family for love, Princess Margaret. They tied for second place. Tied for third are Mrs. Byron Poy, who clings to her long - bob hairstyle despite trends, is deliberately dressy, likes black and white, buys her clothes in Paris; and Countess R.udolfo Crespl, one of the prettiest American sirls ever to marry a foreign title. One of New York's. O'Connor twins, she now lives in Rome. Others are: Mrs. Winston Guest, Mrs. William Randolph Hearst., Jr. Mrs. Jacques Balsan, Mrs. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, Mrs. Arturo Lopez - Willshaw, the Coutess of Quintnnilla, Ms. Oveta Gulp Hobby and Mrs. Henry Ford II. FUEL WOOD An estimated 63,000,000 cords of wood are used annually in the rrnitpri states for fuel, or about one-eighth of all the wood used In the nation. J. Cure were high scorers in the bridge games played during the afternoon. Town and Country Club met at the home of Mrs. G. G. Caudill with all members and one former member, who is rejoining the club, present. This new member was Mrs. Cleo Langston, who has returned to Blytheville to make her home after having lived in DeKalb, Miss., for the past several years. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Sr., and Mrs Langston won high scores in the bridge games. The hostess served a dessert course preceding the games. Sabbath Service At Temple Israel Tomorrow at 8 p.m. Dr. Alfred Vise will conduct a sabbath and memorial service at Temple Israel. He will deliver a sermon on ."Becoming a New Person." '> At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Oscar Boone, Cooler Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: J. J. Moore, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Michael D. Fishburn, LaFayette, Tenn. Mrs 1 . Marie Parrish, city Mrs. Nina Nations, city Wrong Road IOWA CITY, Iowa Ifh- Iowa is out of step in highway financing Robert H. Johnson, a University of Iowa economist says. Jonhson says road costs now take 3.3 per cent of Ipwans' personal income, compared with the nationa average of 1.8 per cent. He points out that though Iowa ranks fiftn In the nation in mileage of secondary roads and seventh In tota street and highway mileage, the state in 16th in number of vehicles 21st in the income of its people and 22nd both in size of population, and land area. Variable Polar Lights Polar lights are to be seen li some half dozen forms, the mos common one being the arch. Sci entists have connected the pola aurora with sun spot activity am beautiful displays may be expectec wnen the sou opw*< cycle 15 iv maximum. Our Inventory Brought to Our Attention These Items That Needed Moving On. We Offer Them for Your Consideration At SPECIAL LOW PRICES 1 Table of Women's Casuals 1 Table of Children's Shoes $"+79 One Pair Two Pair ||- ] Table Women's Dress Styles »3" 1 Table (Miscellaneous Items) $1 Slipper Sox, Children's House Shoes, Plastic and Latex Women's and Children's Galoshes, Men's PF Tennis Shoes (sins 9 to 11). All Suede Styles In The Shelf Are Reduced. By Ml*. J. L. Jacofcf Dyess with friends. He also visited rel-.tives in Searcy. Charles Bay Jones of Michigan City, Ind., spent Christmas here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Mitchell and sons Harold and Ralph of McGehee were here Monday and Tuesday visiting her sister, Mrs. E. R. Holland, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wood spent Christmas at Salem, Ark., with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Daniels are in Long Beach, Calif., visiting their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Brown. A/2c Shelton Passmore is home rfom Syracuse, N, Y., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Passmore. Mr.'and Mrs. Paul Webb of Chicago spent the Christmas holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Webb. Mrs. Kenneth Green of Keiser visited Mrs. Mamie Shelton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Deaner and son of Greenwood, Miss., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Passmore. Mr. and Mrs. Arthel Holland of Little Rock spent Christmas here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Holland and Mrs. Mary Lou Young. Norman and John Wood of Pontiac, Mich., were here for Christmas in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wood. Jimmie Johnston of Memphis spent the weekend here as guest of Clifford Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dallas and daughters of Oran, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lowe of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallas were dinner guests Sunday in the Vernon Butler home. Muriel Dallas of Los Angeles also visited in the Butler home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Collins from Missouri visited his brother, Cliff Collins, and family during Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Woodroe Lee and children spent the Christmas holidays in Hope with relatives. ' Miss Mozelle Williams of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M, M. Williams. Mr. and. Mrs. James Milloway of Franklin Park, 111., spent the holidays here visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe House and children of Jonesboro spent the weekend here as guests of her sister, Mrs. L. .7. Hall, and family. Mrs. Ruby Elkins and her mother, Mrs. Nora Hutchens, of Memphis were in Dyess Sunday afternoon to pick up her son. John Tom, who had spent the week here visiting Tommy Hall. Willie Young of West Virginia spent the weekend here visiting his wife, Mrs. Dimple Young,, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Young. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Nutt, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jack Nutt and Johnny Mutt'of Pontiac, Mich., spent Christmas holidays here visiting their sister, Mrs. L. J. Hall, and family. Misses Lois Peyton and Pauline Joy-Sunday^ School Class Has Party Joy Sunday School Class of First Church of the Nazarene held t New Year's party at the home of thi class teacher, Mrs. Jtmmy Quick. Bert Trumble, as a guest, presented the devotional. Other guests were the Rev. and Mrs. J. Louis Emmert and son, Jamei Hubbard and Barney Self. During the evening refreshment! were served. WiUmms oi Memphis spent Friday night here as guest of Mr. and Mrs! M. M .Williams. Mrs. Dixon and daughter Lu Lee spent Christmas in Lepanto and Mississippi with relatives. Miss Ima Jean Suthern of St. Louis spent the weeeknd here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Posie Suthern. Bernard Evans, stationed at North Carolina, with the Army, it home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Evans. Bud Ramer spent Christmas In Dewitt visiting relatives. Miss Mary Lou Balch of Memphis spent the New Year holidays here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baleh. Miss Katherine McMullen of Kelser was a dinner guest of Jerry Stansbury Tuesday evening. Eugene Holloway of Des Arc spent 'the. holidays here with friends. Clifford Wood spent Monday and Tuesday in Memphis as guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W. McMillan, and Mr.'McMillan. . Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Barnes left Monday for St. Louis to visit their son, John Barnes, and family. A. A. (Harold) Williams of Millington spent Monday here as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. Miss Mary Katherine Harris returned to Memphis Sunday to resume her studies at a business school. A/'3c Clinton Fleming and Mrs. Fleming of Sumter, S. C., were here during the holidays to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Garrison left Sunday for Jackson, Miss., after spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. ' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Grey and Joe Grey of Dyess; Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Reed and children of Blytheville, A/3c and Mrs. Clinton Fleming of Sumter, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harville, Mrs. Sammye iPler- cey and son and Mr. and Mrs. W S. Grey all spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jarrett at Potts Camp, Miss Chiemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements THURSDAY and FRIDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Rebel Without a Cause" I*"«N JAMES ine sensation-star o> of'East of Eden'in G another sensation role! £ & W PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON Mr. and Mra. J. N. Sniothermon fcfffl for tckN, print, nto,'braltM, tan*, • MM* he«dach«, bttn and fthin, tr? Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment araHtM* »» row fanwM* *nt MiinMr C. O. SMITH PRODUCTS GO. Don Harris To Serve As Usher Don Harris will serve u an uah- er of the wedding of MlK Jimml* Lee Moore to Jerry Strickland, Jan. 2». In an article in yesterday's pgpcr concerning the wedding attendant* his name failed to appear. MOX THEATRE On W. Main at fa MrthtrMe PhoM S-4621 Weekday* Show Starte T:M p.m. — Sat. A 8w». 1:M p.m. The Fine** hi Cinemascope • Presented m High-Fidelity'" Optical Sound! THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature *-= A REPUBLIC WOOUCnOH-= ALSO CARTOON Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Stortt 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c 4 35c At AH Ttnw LAST TIMES TONIGHT WASKCB Bros POM t PLUS 2 CARTOONS FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature • OMWIN nl^RTmj i UWWSM CATTLE QUEEN — AND — CLAUDE CARTOON Mid SERIAL: *SEA HOUND" No. 3

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