The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1956 · Page 2
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I»AGE TWO BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COOTIER NEWS - Society News - :. inn Mallnnr S<wiet.v RHitnr • FnOft Mitt Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone S-4461 Thursday Card Clubs Conduct Games Thursday card clubs conducted games. . . La Nueve Club was entertained by Mrs: R. B. Green. Mrs. Albert Taylor was a guest of the club. In the bridge games, Mrs. Blan Heath won high and Mrs: Taylor won second high. Party foods and iced drinks were served by tie hostess. Mrs John Cherry was hostess to Mid-Week Club yesterday for their regular weekly luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge games. A centerpiece of yellow pompoms was used on the luncheon table, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham were winners in UK' games. Mrs. Dick White was a guest yesterday when Kibitzer Club met at the home of Mrs. George Hubbird. Mrs. Harry A. Haines and Mrs. White won high scores' in the bridge games. A dessert course was served by the hostess, . Acasia accented by small purple blossoms in silver containers were used on the luncheon table yesterday when members of Thursday Contract Club met at the home of Mrs, O. W. McCutchen. Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. G. G. Caudlll won the prizes in the bridge games. Resuming their weekly schedule yesterday, was the Thursday Club when Mrs. R. H. Kirby was hostess to club members and one guest, Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. Kirby used shell pink carnations to decorate entertaining rooms of her home. Bridge winners were Mrs. C. W. Afflick, high, and Mrs. R. P. Kirshner, second high. Chillion Club members and two guests, Mrs. Paul Byrum and Mrs. L. O. Oil), met at the . home of Mrs. Mike Meroney yesterday. Game winners were Mrs. O. O. Elkins, high, Mrs. E. R. Jackson, second high, and Mrs. W. A. Hoi- lingsworth, bridge. A salad course was served by the hostess. Jean Kittany Celebrates Eighth Birthday Jean Kittany, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kittany, celebrated her eighth birthday Wednesday when her mother had a chicken dinner for her. In party games played, Katheleen Powers »nd Shelia Buflord were Winners. To conclude the party, birthday cake, in the shape of a figure eight, was served. Ready For A New ison Mrs. Anderson Elected Head OfArmorelClub Mrs. W. O. Anderson was elected president of Armorel Home Demonstration Club yesterday when the club met at the home of Mrs. Erwin Mitchell for a potluck luncheon and business meeting. Other officers to. serve with her are Mrs. Albert Hudson, vice-president: Mrs. Taft'Metzger, secretary; Mrs. Maude Cassidy, treasurer: Mrs. R. L. Adkisson, reporter; Mrs. Weldon McCann, recreational chairman; Mrs. W. T. Metzger, home furnishings; Mrs. C. C. Elliott, clothing and Mrs. Pat Patterson, home management. Nine members and one visitor, Mrs:—GeiUuu'e—Hulimhu,—uyiy present when Mrs. Patterson gave the devotional and Mrs. McCann the opening prayer. Mrs. Holinian spoke to the group on records and 4-H work. In contests conducted during the social hour Mrs. W. L. Smith and Mrs. Metzger were winners. Bob Scott is seriously ill at his home on Vine Street. Mrs. Scott is also ill. their daughter, Mrs. Eunice Turner, and their son, Robert Scott, of Memphis, are here with them. Another (laughter, Mrs. Marie Mischb of Flint, Mich., will arrive this week. Steve Darby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Darby, underwent minor surgery this morning at. Chickasawba Hospital. Charles Vrska, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Vrska, who underwent surgery this week at Le Bonheur Hospital in Memphis, will be re- turiied to his home here today. Mrs. McCutcben Re-Elected Head Of Bridge League Mrs. 6. W. McCutchen was reelected president of the Duplicate Bridge League last night when the league held its yearly election of officers. Elected to serve with her were Mrs. F. E. Black, vice-president, and Mrs. Frank Grigsby, secretary and treasurer. Following the election a seven- table masterpoint game was played with Mrs. H. W. Wylie of Greenwood, Miss., and Oscar Hardaway winning first place. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson captured second palce with third going to Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines. ' ' There was a tie for fourth p6si- tio'n between Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Mrs. .E. B. Gee, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Bernard Qooch and Mrs; Eugenia Jenkins. Lottie Moon YWA Meets, Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxililary of Trinity' Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. C. S. Birmingham with eight members' and one visitor present. Geraldine Hinton opened the meeting with prayer after which a business session was conduct/id by Patsy Gentry. The devotional and closing prayer were given by Marcela Ray. County Singing- Convention to Meet Mississippi County Singing Convention will meet Sunday at the Crossroads Baptist Church. The meeting will begin at 2 p.m. Coming Events FRIDAY Eastern Star having installation of officers at Mason Temple, 8 p.m. This installation service is open to the public. SATURDAY Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mrs. C. L. Nabers and Mrs. Denny Byrum entertaining with informal drop-in at home of Mrs. Halsell, compliment- int Miss Jimmie Lee Moore, between 3 and 4 p.m. MONDAY Ruth Class of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Hurley Slayton, 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylie returned to their home in Greenwood, Miss., this morning after a visit here with friends. Mrs. L. T. Moore and son L.'T. Moore, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Lewis and children Harold and Prankie Ann returned last night from a two-week vacation in Mexico and California. While in California they attended the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena. C. C. Smith, who has been a patient in Resthaven Nursing Home in Memphis fell and received broken hip there the first of this week. He will undergo surgery today at Baptist Hospital in Memphis and his wife and daughter, Mrs. S. E. Tune, are in Memphis with him. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Charriblin have returned from Philadelphia, Perm., where they spent the holiday season with their son, Dr. W. .D Chamblin, Jr.. and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Oxford have as their guests their son, Roland Oxford, Mrs. Oxford and daughter Karen of Terre Haute, Ind. Mr. Oxford has just recently returned from Hawaii where he was .stationed with the Navy. Upon his return to the States he received his discharge from the service. Lynn Brown, who has been a patient in Campbell's Clinic is now at his home here. He will return to the clinic Jan. 10 for further treatment. Mrs. Leslie Moore, who has been a patient in Baptist Hospital for the past week, is now at her home on West Rose Street. Mrs. Marvin Lane is undergoing treatment at Chickasawba Hospital. . , Jaycette Members Meet In Osceola BlytheviUe Jaycette members motored to Osceola last night and met with the Jaycette chapter there. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Bill Childress at which the Osceola chapter held its regular business session. After this session the two groups exchanged ideas on projects to b« conducted during the year. In the social hour refreshments of cake and coffee were served by the hostess. Lone Oak HD Club Meets In Hughey Home Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. J. O. Hughey yesterday^ Mrs. Hughey presided over the meeting with Mrs. B. F. Eubanks giving the scripture reading and Mrs. J! Hawthorne leading' the opening. prayer. Roll call was led by Mrs. Glenn Alexander. "Home Account," was the talk given by Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, a guest of the club. Eye-openers were presented by Mrs. E. W. Sigman and Mrs. R. E. Davis. Mrs. Sigman showed a "Mammy" door stop and Mrs. Davis showed a hand painted apron.- During the social hour, the hostess served refreshments. Continuous worship servlcet b«- (in at eight o'clock.at Holland Bap- tut Church New Years Evt, lasting until shortly after midnight. . Spontaneous addresses by th« church deacons were included In the, program. Devotional music was played with solos by Reed Rogers, duets by Rev. and Mrs. Bailey and congre- (ational singing. ' . . " .'Reports of. various church organizations were made and their plans revealed for the New Year. A social hour included refreshments. Midnight prayer concluded the New Year's services. New Years day was the occasion for a family dinner at the R. E. L. Smith home. » Families gathering here were Mr. and Mrs. Oda B. Smith and four children; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith and sons of BlytheviUe; Mr and Mrs. Homer Smith and son Bobby and Miss Jerri Armstrong of Little Rock, house guest of Donna Lou Smith. Junior High Teen Town To Meet Tonight Junior High School Teen Town will be' held at the BlytheviUe Y at 7:30 tonight. Parents are requested to pick up participants at ten o'clock. This'is the first meeting of Teen Town of the New Year. This group is under the supervision of Mrs. Jesse Homer. On Saturday, Jan. 7, from 4 to 5:45 p.m., Mrs. Homer will conduct a square dance class for boys and girls that are in sixth, grade Tri-Ora-Y and Gra-Y Clubs at the BlytheviUe Y. Coping With Perspiration BY ALICIA HAKT NBA Beauty Editor ffow, here's the matter of aroma, a singularly unattractive subject to most teenagers. Some very young women start early to use the strongest deodorant they can locate. Others let it go by for years and years. An in-between teener is hard put to know which course to elect. If she does ask a friend in a roundabout way, she's generally sure she's getting an insincere answer and Is more in a quandary than ever. The teens are years of glandular change. This can often show up in heavy, though not necessarily odorous, perspiration. Sometimes it does have an aroma. A gal shouldn't have to ask-anyone. For instance, certain synthetics are particularly sensitive to aroma. If a sweater smells funny after you take it off, you can generally bet that you do, too. Keep in mind that there are two kinds of products: deodorants and antiperspirants. There are degrees of strength in each kind. Try until you find one that works for you and isn't too strong. If antiperspirants are called for, and you find you can't wear them, attach dress shields and launder daily. And if there's a dress that has no location for shields, wear the antiperspirant that one time, but cautiously. > Expect your feet to perspire more Not Ready to Quit SURKY, Va. Vfl — Sidney B. Barham, Jr., 83, says he-will stay in office as clerk of courts as long as the people want him. He's been on the job 33 years. Prior to that he served in both branches of the Virginia legislature. Tooth of the Matter SAUNA. Kas. (fl — Found back of books on a shelf at Salina's public library—a neatly boxed lower dental plate. Said Librarian Jerry Cushman' "They're real pretty, but we don t want 'em. They're the owner's for the asking." Military Genius Gustavus Adolphus, of Sweden, was one of the great military n iuses of all time. He is credited with beieng the father of modern military discipline and the father o fthe general staff. He also contributed to the art of war in organization, in the use of weapons and in tactics. heavily than usual. It has to get out someplace. Family< ColdsrSl fieliev* Suffering with 8342 9-11 By Sue Burnett Here is the popular long Waisted style to have ready for the new season. Make wlUi a low square neckline, or add collar and cuffs. Pattern No. 8342 Is in sizes 9. 11, 12, 13, M, 16, 18. Size 11, short sleeve, 4'j, yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your nnme, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllle Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago «, HI. Send 25 cents now for your copy of the new Fall «i Winter '55 edition of -our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for til »ges. The Sale You've Been Waiting For BARGAINS GALORE! COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF AT— FEINBERG S si5w.M.ins». THE FASHION SHOP P^*^" HLLAND NEWS Mn. M •»»•*«. Jr Relatives and friends of Airman arid Mrs. Ray Nunnery-have received announcements of a baby son. Dale Edwin, who arrived at a base hospital in Hampton, Va., Dec. 28. Their first child, Mrs. Nunnery was" formerly Marilyn Frakes, daughter of Mr. Frakes and the late Mrs. Frakes cf Steele. Mrs. Nat Nunnery, fraternal grandmother, -left from Memphis by train Sunday m visit her new grandson and airman and Mrs. Nunnery. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., were home for a drop-in New Year's Eve. Guests from other, towns were Mr. and Mrs. Ous Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hopper and Mr. and Mrs. Everette Flowers of Cooler; Mr. and Mi's. A. M. Richard of Steele; Mr. and J. P. McAnally and Gene Pinkston of Hayti;. Mr. and Mrs'. Jason Stafford and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chandler of'Kennett. Airman James Kifer left Monday after two weeks at home with his father, Theafore Kifer, who drove his son to Amarillo Air Force Base In Amarillo, Tex. Mr. Kifer. is motoring on to south-ern California where he will visit a daughter and other relations for a fortnight. Having recently been dismissed from a Memphis hospital after ma-. At the Hospitals BlytheviUe Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. D. Harper, ,-ity Walter Whaley, Dell Gary Goff, city Julia Ann Davis, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Miss Mae Dixon, city Beverly Williams, city Claude Williams, Jr., city Mrs. W. P. Kennedy and baby, city Mrs. Maude Byrd. city ' John Edwards, Cooler Rebecca West, city jor surgery, W. D. Prultt I* »t Uie home of his daughter. Mrs. Clell Waldrop. Though bedfast, he is ihowlng marked improvement. Visiting him last week were his ni and a daughter Mr .and Mrs. Q. T. Pruitt; OrvtUe Ptuitt and Mrs. Marlene Gregory all of San Pueblo, Calif., who were also guests of the Lawrence Letters. After a two-week southern holiday, Mrs. Byron Holly and son and daughter Joe Bryon and Nancy arrived Saturday from Fort Meyer and Marathon, Florida. The Holly family spent the holidays with the Paul Cooners of Fort Meyers and' their guests Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Thompson of Steeie. Mr. Holly is remaining there for a few weeks. . Last week's visitors with Mrs. Florence. Workman and Mr. and Mrs. Voris Workman Include Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Llndeman of Neosha Mo., Mrs. Myrtie_Scott, guest of Mrs. Blanche Hall In Blytheville part of the week: , Edna Ituth Gray of Floressant, Mo., and student Sammy. Workman of Missouri University. « ' . , Saturday night Sammy attended a Pi Kappa Alpha- stag dinner' 'or fraternity members and alumnae in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Powell W Mcl«*nev d Xennett. komTafter t .week of holiday vitite school superlntendant »nd Mrs. L. N. Kinder were guests at nil parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kinder and her brother Joe Volk- erttlng, Mrs. Volderklng and (laughers Judy and Jane of Gordonville. While there Mr. and Mrs. Kinder attended the Christmas basketball tournament of which the 16 top ranking southeast Missouri teams participated st Cape Qiradeau. Mr', and Mrs. Arnold Moon and daughter Paula left early Monday for Camarillo, Calif., to make' their home after a month •• here with relatives. Mrs.' Freddie Collins will leave this week' to become a patient at the Jewish Hospital in St. Louis where she will receive surgery next Sunday. ^ Harry Brown has returned to Milligan College at Jonhson City, Tenn., after three weeks with «is mother and brother, Mrs. Chester Brown and Frank. Mrs. Brown drove her son back, to the life of fundation garments. A good rule to follow is 'one to wear, one to wash, and one to spare." Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Storts 7:00 p.m. Admission lac & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY •Double Feature — AND — CLAUDE CARTOON and SERIAL: "SEA HOtiND" No. S SUNDAY A MONDAY METRO tyEWS A SELECTED SHORTS THEATRE On W. Main St. In BlytheviUe Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m Th« Finest in Cincmoscopt Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! ' MM*« JM. I fc «w C«wta» Mm | LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature kar « mi cum - LTW tu> • •»« • — AND- *= « REPUBLIC PRODUCTION ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature 7«S . 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