The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 9, 1954
Page 4
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MOB FOOT BLTTHET1LLB '(ARK.T COURIER NEWS 'gURSDAY, SEPTEMBER », MM Society News sllnrv Sncipf.v Rlfiitnr 9 Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 YarbroPTA Has First Meeting Of Scloool Year The Yarbro Parent-Teachers Association met at the school yester- aay afternoon for its first meeting of the year. An executive board meeting preceded uhe general meeting at which time it was voted to begin the meetings the first, Tuesday of each month at 3 p.m. In the general meeting, Mrs. J. L. Plunkett presided over the business session when reporus were given by the committee chairmen and officers of the organization. Mrs. William Wyati and Mrs. Johnny Johnson gave reports and talks on the activities and programs that have been planned for the year. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was guest speaker and also introduced the faculty members. Following the meeting, a social hour was held in t-he dining room of the school with Mrs. Paul Abbott, hospitality chairman, and the fifth grade mothers in charge. CHILDREN.TO'MODEL — Johnnie Fay Bunch Is shown selecting a clip hat to set off her hoop- skirted plaid party dress from the Tot Shop's new fall numbers. She will mode! in Blythevillle Junior Auxiliary Fashion Show to be staged Sept. 21. (Courier News Photo) Fashion Show To Show Styles For Small Fry Pall fashions in children's clothes •will be presented again by the Tot Shop in the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary's fashion show to be held Tuesday night, Sept. 21, at the High School auditorium, according to Mrs. Elan S- Heath, • chairman. For the sixth annual show, "Fantasy of Fashion," Mrs. F. G. Reichel of the Tot Shop has selected party frocks, sports wear, and coats, •with complementing accessories, from her infants to seven-year-olds lines. For the first time, a little boys ensemble will also be shown this year. These fashions will feature silk- spun cottons and synthetic fabrics. Models who will show them are: Johnnie Fay Bunch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bunch: Marie Wildy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Leachville: and J. Wayne Abbott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Abbott. Flowers will be designed to complete the young models' attire by Allen's Flowers, as for the other participating stores, Miss Whitsitt's and R. D. Hughes Co. New Liberty News Billy Crook has returned to his i home at Amarillo. Tex., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crooks and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Bank and son, Jerry, have returned to their home in Chicago after spending i the holiday week end with Mrs. Bank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Pvt. Jimmy Epperson "left Wednesday for Fort Eustis;~W., after a 10-day furlough with his mother and family, Mrs. Edith Epperson, j Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speck and daughter, Patricia, have returned home after a vacation at Panama City, Fla.. and other points of interest. They also visited Mr. Specks brother, Truman Speck and Mrs. Speck . Leonard Rochelle of Chicago, Hl. : was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Banks. GosnellWMU Has Meeting The Women's Missionary Union of the Gosneli Baptist Church met at the church Tuesday night for a Royal Service program. There were 12 members present. The meeting was opened with group singing followed with a devotional given by Mrs. C. A. Moody. Mrs. Robert Williams led the group in prayer. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. Clarence Geans, Mrs. F. E. Lucius. Mrs. W. E. Lott, Mrs. L. T. Karnes. Mrs. Roy Me- j Kay, Mrs. B. J. Moody and Mrs. | Vinia Wright. Mrs. Lucius dismissed the group j with prayer at the conclusion of the I program. Exemplar Group Has Meeting in Edwards Home The Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the , home of Mrs. Jimmy Edwards Tuesday night. Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon was co-hostess. Mrs. Randall Hawks presided ox'er the business session and ap- poitned committees to serve for the coming year. The committees appointed were Mrs. Walter Manser, Mrs. Joe McHaney and Mrs. T. A. Folger, ways and means: Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., Mrs. Mike O'Keefe and Mrs. Andy Moses, program; Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Florence Moore and Mrs. Jess Davis, social; Mrs. Robert Lipscomb, publicity; Mrs. O'Keefe and Mrs. Barney Crook, service. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Bits of News / no 6 tlu f-^er6 onaf FALL COATS — In the fall collections of top designers, the full coat is prominent. Tent coat in pale creamy beige fleece (left) by Originala has interesting look achieved through designer's use of very low double-breasted closing and large notched revers. In the same mood, volumi- nous fleece coat (center) has big notched collar, huge flap pockets placed low at either side. Theater coat by Originala (right) is pure silk gold brocade, has sweeping flare. Again, the designer has used oversized patch pockets placed low. Freddy Mullins, who left for the i University of Arkansas. Peter Milo Abbott was motored Condition of Ike Miller, -who is a to Jonesboro Sunday by his moth- patient in Chickasawba Hospital, j er, Mrs. C. M. Abbott, and his is reported to be improved. He is brother, Ben Abbott, and Mrs. Ab- still not allowed to have visitors. I bott, where he enrolled as a fresh- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Robert I man at Arkansas State College. Poppleton announce the birth of a Murray Smart, Jr., left Tuesday By BETTTE NELLE STAKE son, their first child, Tuesday afternoon • at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Charles Robert. Jr. Mrs. Poppleton is the former Miss Dorothy Jean Ulm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oren for New Orleans, where he will resume his studies at Tulane' University. Harmon Edward Cook will leave Sunday for Oxford, Miss., where he will enter the University of Make It From A Yard Club Eight Meets With Mrs. Allen Mrs. R. C. Allen entertained I members of Club Eight at her | home yesterday afternoon. j Guests of the club were Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mrs, Frank Whitworth. Mrs. Ray Hall and Mrs. Arthur Vance. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, •winners were \ Mrs. S. C. Owens, high and j •bridge, and Mrs. G. O. Poetz, sec-j ond high. i Refreshments were served by; the hostess during the games. ' At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. T. Wilson, city Isaac McKay, Jr., Steele Mrs. Lucille Haney, city Mrs. Deth Hobbs. city Mrs. Rosa Hall, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Delia Dunnam and baby, ! city Mrs. Dan White, Manila Ceilia Mae Parr. Armorel Mrs. Pauline Hawkins, Steele Johnny Bobbins, Steele Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wagoner of Jackson, Term., were week end gueste of friends in Osceola. Miss Billie Gaines Mann was in Jonesboro Friday to attend the wedding of Miss Carol Pitts and Leroy Summers. Returning home with Miss Mann to spend the night were Miss Martha Buckner of Crossett, Ark., Johnny Hagen and Carroll Caldwell of Little Rock. Saturday, Miss Jean Emrich of Tyronza came for the week end as guest of Miss Mann. Miss Mann, a junior this year at Ouachita College, was driven there Monday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Mann. Miss Bettye Joe Pendergrass, who also attends Ouachita College, drove to school with the Manns. Gene Cox and Lyri and Ben Ta- liaffero will resume their studies at Columbia Military Academy in Columbia, Tenn. Ulm. j Mississippi as a freshman. He will Cpl. and Mrs. Minor Q. Lilly an-1 be motored to school by his par- nounce t-he birth of a son, Sept. 4, | ents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cook. Jin Paragould. The. baby has beenj Condition of Mrs. Vernon Boyd, I named Terry Joe. Cpl. Lilly is! who is a patient in Methodist Kos- I now stationed in Japan with the j pital in Memphis, is reported to ! Army. Mrs. Lilly is the former j bei mproved. She is in Room 397. j Miss Joan Barkermeyer of Rector. J Buron C. Bailey, who has been { Misses Jo Alice McGuire and j a patient in Chickasawba Hospi- Laura Alice Hemby left Sunday for the University of Arkansas, where they will be sophomores. They were motored to Fayetteville by their mothers, Mrs. J. D. Hemby and Mrs. Gene McGuire. Miss Eloise Richardson will leave Friday night for the University of Texas, where she will be a freshman. She will be accom- jpanied by her mother, Mrs. Oliver Richardson. Fred Abbott left today for Lou-j isiana State University, where he will be a sophomore this year. Among the students who left over the week end to resume their studies at the colleges and universities were Calvin Czeschin, who left for the University of Missouri, and Joan Earls. Freddy Smith, Donald Gentry, Jan Rayder and tal, is now at his home on Ash Street. Miss Sally Trieschmann left over the week end for Fayetteville, where she entered the University of Arkansas as a junior. She was motored to school by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann. Morning Party Given For Delphian Society Miss Neal Luckett entertained with a morning party at her home i yesterday morning complimenting past members of the Deltonian Chapter of the Delphian Society. Certificates of award were presented these members after which ! refreshments were served by the j hostess. the new look in an active shoe.... If you buy a new straw hat for spring, treat it kindly and it will serve you well. Keep it in its own box and place it with brim side down. Stuff the crown with tissue paper. • ' a* 1YARD OF 54 INCH 8159 By Sue Burnett The mo«t practical item In your cooler weather wardrobe — slim, well fitting skirt that requires a minimum of fabric. Pattern No. 8159 is in waist sizes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32. Size 25, 1 yard of M-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago ft, ni. The lateit Issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulating and a complete fuide in wardrobe planning for a new season. 36 cent* per copy —• •en* tw ft new. I OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK SHOWS EVERY EVILLE SNOWING No FoocL.No Wafers AND THE INDIANS All HAD GUNS! MASSACRE CANYON Phi Audrey CAREY-TOTTER PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS: "Going, Going, Cosh" & "Wiiiiom Tell" Admission 50c Children Under 12 Free with Parents westport Here's a shoe co carry you through the day io light-footed comfort. Of soft, almost weightless leather with a cork-cushioned pancake thin platform sole to pillow every step. Come in and discover how wonderfully comfortable a shoe can be. Red and Black Crushed Kid. . FAMILY SHOE STORE Phone 2-2342 Tell Your Friendi About The National Cotton Picking Contest, September 30-October 1. GUESS WHAT?—Its color is red, it has a horn on its head and resembles Satan. Actually it's a tomato grown by Tennyson Freck, of AsheviUe, N. C Letter Perfect LURAY. Va. OP)—Robert Harnsberger obligingly showed a tourist the location of a mail box. "Oh, no," said the tourist. "This letter goes to Europe. That box is for U.S. Mail." Coming Events THURSDAY Club 28 meets at the Legion h\it at 8:30 p.m. for- a supper followed by the annual election of officers. Hosts for the affair are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Borum, Mr. and Mrs. Max Reid and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner. FRIDAY The La Finesse Club meet* with Mrs. Bob Gardener. Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson entertains the Vendredi Club. 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