The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 30, 1955
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW* — Society News - i. Ann Mollnnt Sru-iofv JMitor ' PllO Millie Ann Mallcry. Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Marriage of Miss Peggy Zachry To Billy Houston Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zachry announce the marriage of their daughter, Peggy Ruth, to Billy Gene Houston, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0: A. Houston of Trumann, Ark. Marritge TOWS were exchanged Sept. 34, in First Baptist Church of SenatobU, Misc.. with the Rev. C. M. Whiten, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Houston is a graduate of Blytheville High School, being a member of the graduating class of 1952. While in high school she was a member of the Masque and Gavel Club, high school choir, Red Pepper Club and Student Council. The bride attended Arkansas State College and is a member of Phi Mu ClubEight Entertained At Country Club Mrs. R. C. Alien entertained members of Club Eight and their guests at the Country Club "Wednesday afternoon. Guestfi were Mrs. R. C. Allen, Jr., who Is visiting here after having recently returned from Hawaii, and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. The - hostess won high in the games with second high, going to Mrs. Charles Langston. Mrs. R. B. Stout was awarded bridgo. Refreshments were served during the afternoon by the hostess. Mrs. El kins Honored by Chillion Club Mr». O. O. Elktas was honored on her birthday yesterday when Mn. Felix Carney etnertained Chillion Club, of which Mrs. Elkins is * member, at her home. Guests, of the club were Mrs. Paul Byrum and Mist Rose. Schuneritsch. Mis* Bchuneritsch won guest high •with Mt«. W. A. Hollingsworth winning club high. Mrs. Elkins won •econd »nd Mrs. Mike Meroney, third. A MOdwich plate was served dur- tog tlw social hour. Make Each From A. Yard! 1 YARD APRONS B176 • Sue Burnett This trio of gay party aprons takes just a yard of colorful fabric for each style, and you can complete each in almost no time. Pattern No. 8176 is in sizes 12, 54, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14. 1 yard of 35 or 39-inch for each style. 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 Streeet, Chicago 6, Hi. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fail & winter '55 pattern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains a wealth of sew-simple, up-to-the- minute styles, special featuers, color and style. sorority. She Is now a member of the Cooler, Mo., public school faculty. ' Mr. Houston is a graduate of Trumann High School and attend' ed University of Arkansas. He has served in the United States Air Force and is now engaged in farming at Trumann where the couple will make their home. New Member, Guests Present At Emanon Club Mrs. Robert Smith was a new member and Mrs. George Mogge and Mrs. Robert Gardner were guests last night when Emanon Club met at the home ot Mrs. Ed Townsend. In the bridge games Mrs. Robert Smith won high, Mrs. Hank Dodd, second high, and Mrs. Wallace Smith, bridge. A dessert course preceded the games. Mrs. Turner Hostess to PS Bridge Club Mrs. J. W. Turner was hostess to PS Bridge Club members and two guests, Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs. S. J. Cohen, at her home Wednesday for a dessert-bridge. Gay fiesta cloths were used to overlay *the individual tables which were centered with budvases holding arrangements of fall flowers. Bridge winners were Mrs. Cohen, high, Mrs. Joe Joynfir, second and traveling, and Mrs. Watson, bridge. Green Hair Tint TriSd LITTLE ROCK. Ark. UPl ~ Hair stylist Guy Tipton came up with a new green hair tint and actually found takers. Two normally blond youths exhibited the green hair at a downtown corner, getting a mixed reaction — but no questions as to where > the dye jobs could be obtained. Tipton says it's really very simple in case anyone wants to try it at home. Just take some hot bluing — the kind used in washing clothes Bits of News Itloitlu j-^erAonal Mrs. T. A. Patterson of Kentucky is visiting her son, N. 0. Patterson, and family. James Hill left by plane yesterday morning for Tampa. Fla., to attend funeral services of his cousin, Mrs. H. Ef Whitehead. Mrs. Virginia Drew, who has spent the summer months in Baltimore, Md., will arrive in Blytheville tomorrow night. She will be motored to Blytheville by her daughter, Mrs. John Prather, Mr. Prather and son. Condon Bush, a freshman at the University of Tennessee, has pledged Sigma Chi. Mrs. Cleo Langslon of DeKalb, Miss., is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hogan of Haywood, Calif., announce the birth of a daughter, Sept. 18. She has been named Karen Pay. Mrs. Hogan is the former Barbara Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murrow Potter of Blytheville. TIE Bridge Club Conducts Game The Razorback was the meeting place for TLE Bridge Club Wednesday night. Mrs. Bill Stancll was the only guest of the group. Mrs. Jerry Scrape won high in the games, Mrs. Dick Watson, second high, and Mrs. J. F. Scrape, bridgo. Helping Hands Get'Bite' OCALA, Fla. (JP)—Good Samaritans get their rewards In the long run, no doubt, but the immediate results were disappointing to a pair of motorists who tried it. Drexel Nichols stopped to help a man whose car was disabled. Another car ran off the road to avoid Nichols' stopped car and Nichols was charged with illegally parking on a highway. Mrs. Thelma Nettles had a similar experience. She pulled to the left traffic lane in preparation for towing a stranded motorist out of the ditch. Another car collided with Mrs. Nettles' and she, top, was charged with illegally parking on a highway. — and apply it to light hair. The blue mixes with the yellow pigments of the hair and the result Is green. It won't work for brunettes. Tipton says the stuff will wash right off. SPOTS BEFORE THEIR EYES-The freckle champions of the 1955 Wisconsin Slate Fair compare their spots after they were selected'at Milwaukee. They are Belva Bailey, 9, and Terry Footit, 11. Contest highlighted Children's Day at the fa;r. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1955 First Place' Tie In Bridge Game Oscar H»rdaw»y, Harry I*ven- stein ot Osceola, Tommy CtUIl ol High Tower and Jim Bolewn ttod for first place in the Duplicate Bridge League game la« night. Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mr». Ruth Edwards were In second pUu* It's a way of HOLDING HANDS FOREVER was given especially for the contestants. (Courier News Photo) ATTEND LUNCHEON—The 34 NCPC beauty entrants and special guests are shown at the luncheon at the Razorback yesterday which Luncheon and Tea Precede Selection of National Cotton Picking Contest Queen Preceding the selection of the 1955 National Cotton Picking Queen last night at Blytheville High School auditorium, the 24 entran ts were entertained with a luncheon and tea. The luncheon was held at the Razorback with entants arriving in an array of colorful frocks in the latest of fashions. Marking each guest's place were cotton corsages backed with glittering leaves and French maline fluffs. They were also presented matching earrings. These gifts Were made by Mrs. Jack Owen of Blytheville. At the head taUe were seated last year's queen, Miss Janice Bowles of Memphis; this year's beauty chairman, Harry Parr, Jaycette president. Riding on Glass DETROIT (IP) — Now they have come up with a glass tire. Glass fibers are combined with silicone rubber in a product which may be used for supersonic aircraft, exposed to temperatures varying as much as 400 degrees Fahrenheit. The firms which announced the developmenl explained the tires are no planned for auto use because costs are too high. BEACH SCENE - There'll soon be lots of woman on the beach at Fium.ncino, Ualy, 25 miles west of Rome. That's where this 20-foot-high, 15-ton statue is being completed by Assen Peikov (arrow). He'.s calling it "Woman on the Beach" and covering it with bits of colored mosaic tile that will reflect the sun's rays. This way, bathers will be sure to see it. He Received Fast Reminder ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. (ff) — Heard about the absent minded painter who had forgotten that hfe moved his ladder? j Roy Huddleston went one better:' he forgot he was on the roof. Doing some repairs, he "put one foot right j out Into midair and the ground sure came up fast." He's recovering nicely from a jarred hip hone. Rural mail boxes must be so placed that the carrier can place the mall In the box without dismounting from his vehicle. No Pictures Will Be Made Sept. and Oct. 2 to 7 Mr. Bearden Is Making Pictures For the Arkansas State College Annual. Miss Shirley King Will Be In The Studio to Help You At This Time. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY 419 W. 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Murphy, Jr., American Legion Arkansas national executive, and Bill Muncrlef, Jaycee national di- rector. The contestants at this affair wore tea gowns featuring the long torso line, rounded necklines and bouffant skirts. They completed their attire with glittering hats, jewelry and shoes. Other special gueets luncheon were Mrs. Joe at the Warren Mrs. Jim Smotherman, Mrs. Owen Mrs. .J. L. Westbrook Jr., Mrs Tommy Westbrook and Mrs. Harold Thompson Jr., Jimmie Moore Miss Millie Ann Mallory and Mrs P. D. Gaithright of Little Rock. WHO'S WHO?—One's James, and one is John. But which? That's what Mrs. Dale Seigman of M;iclison, Wis., wanted to know after her twins kicked off their identification bracelets. Police and FBI agents were colled in to identify their foolprints, Mrs. Seigman is holding one of the bracelets. 59.95 / A coat for contemporary living, of cashmere for the luxury f«l, and wool for wearability. 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