The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1955 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1955 - Society News - -. A,,n Mollnrv Snciorv Rrlitnr * PllOil Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Lynch Have Top Scores Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. B. A. Lynch took top place in the five-table Howell movement played Saturday afternoon by the Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. Foy Etchiesoii and Mrs. S. E. Tune were in second place. Sherry White Honored on Third Birthday Sherry White was honored on her third birthday Saturday with a party given by her mother, Mrs. William White. Party games were played throughout the afternoon with prizes being won by Suzie Hargis and David Snow. Refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and iced drinks were served. Mrs. White was assisted in serving by Miss Mary Needham. Mrs. Anne Dickson and Mrs. P. B. It's Simply Wonderful 8317 I3W-24H By Sue Burnett Fresh, new shirtwaist dress, cut in half sizes to fit the shorter woman perfectly. Simple as can be and so versatile. Pattern No. 8317 is In sizes 12',= , I4'a, 16!,;, 18V.., 20',{, 22'i, 24'i. Size 14Mi, 4V4 yards of 35-tnch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Crlcago 6, 111. The new fall & winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-easy styles to delight beginner and expert. Don't, miss it— send 25 cents today lor your copy. Faster Method HARRISONBURG. Va. I/Pi — Charles W. Tribby just took his fire to the fire department. Tribby was driving the city's mosquito control truck in a nightly battle against the pests when the engine blazed up. BEWARE! COUGHS FROM COMMON COLDS THAT HANG ON Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acule bronchitis is not treated and you cannot afford to iakc a chance with any medicine less potent than Creomulsion. It goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature 10 soothe and heal raw, tender, inflnmcd bronchia I mem branes. Creomulsion blends bccchwoocl creosote by special process with other time-tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics, Get a large bottle of Creomulsion at your drug store. For children get milder, faster Creomuision for Children in the oink and blue nackaee. Adv. Bits of News Wlottly Sofl and beautiful robe in pale blue wool jersey has zippered front closing. Dorine Lieberl has used velvet ribbon in slightly deeper shade of blue as trim. — By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor. Mrs. Peeples Honored With Farewell Party Coming Events Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ganno spent the weekend in Little Rock as guests of Mr. and Mrs, Hal Fletcher. Mrs. Marvin Lane sponi the weekend in Memphis. She went especially to ivturn her husband to Kennedy VeU'rar.s Hospital. Mr. Lane had speiu a six-day furlough here. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Earl Wilson and diiuyhter spent the weekend in .Ijtrk/o!!. Tt'iin.. visiting relatives. M:->. E. P. Still is spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. ft. V. Mallory and daughters .spent yesterday in Haytl vising Mr. Mallory's mother, Mrs. W. I. Miillory. :md other relatives. Miss Martha Ann Fa'-tt-r, a frpsh- n i Cot C 11 N T v:ida. Mo.. 1 ts leniber of the Alphian SociPt i 1 c 1 e Or d Mrs. Louis Hubener of Ba Md.. are parents of a H l X Van Brunt, born Q* t a B o e Hospital. Dr. and M Hubener are former Bl t e 1 r<^ le t Lt. Ira N Koonc •,ed \ Malder 1 1 pi M 1 e f lea ilil be static: Bi e Fl t Mi5S F I •. who has been Air Force Base. 10 dfi.vs here visiting . and Mrs. Ira Koonce, F Okla. He d i \ * Air Force n the Multi-Engine nie Lee Moore, a fresh- in'in at Arkansas State College, spent the wf"-kpnd here visitir.e her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore. She had as her house?uesis Miss Nor ma Jean Tanner of Portageville Miss Kathy Million of Pocahontas and Miss Elaine Schautz of. New j York, all students at Arkansas State, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips are MONDAY I spending several days in St. Louis, cirnes of Trinity Baptist | Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daugh- 1 ter Beth spent the weekend in Memphis. They went especially to attend the weddine of Mrs. John- . Day WMU meeting at the church, 2 p.m. j i Mildred Matthew Circle meeting Mrs. Ona Peeples was honored | w ith Mrs. Earlene Tate, 7:30. , ... ..._ t _ „ • with a surprise farewell, party at j Marion Cook Circle meets with | sons brother, M Sgt. Tommy Haw- the home of Mrs. J. W... Rambo Mrs. Idell Lowe, 7:30 p.m. Circle 8 of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. John Tyrone on N. Highway 61, 7:30 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Ste- .. Thursday night. There were 27 uests present. Mrs. Peeples is moving to Chicago to make her future home. After the honoree had opened her gifts, refreshments of punch and cookies were served. A l The Hospitals Blylhcville Hospital Dismissed: Richard Pierce. Manila Mrs. Birlie Miller, city A. G. Mosley. Sr., Steele Harry Marshall, city Robbie Mae Steel, Manila Cfaickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Betty Frankurn, city Mrs. Perry Darby and baby, city Ncjreb Kouri, Steele Mrs.-Kate Chandler, city Mrs. M. George, city Lora Garner, city Andrew J. Overturf, Steele Mrs. EAy Swiriey and baby, city Mrs. Earl Williams and baby, Manila Walls Hospital Dismissed: Clayton Page. Manila Mary Lee Franklin, city Verlane Alexnnder, Manila Pnrtcr Smith, Onrrscll Mrs. Zclii Cockrell. city Pauline RodRtrs, city Francisco VHliarroal, city Mrs. C. F. Elder and baby Willie Madden, city Lee Wooclyarcl, Wilson Robert Blanch, city Mrs. Mcrl Gurrisnn, city Paul Swafford, city Mrs. ImoRcne Trumble, city Alpha AJpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi having model meeting at home of Mrs. Harold Doyle, 7:30 p.m. Eastside Garden Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Erwin Mitchell, 1129 Hearn. Mrs. W. O. Anderson L. Smith are hos- , cuy Trouble Takes Taxi Ride kins and Mrs. Corliss Forteon which vvas solemnized Saturday night at First Presbyterian Church in Memphis. Sergeant Hawkins returned 10 phcn's Episcopal Church meeting! days ago from an 18-month tour of at Parish House, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting Mrs. Howard Calciwell, 7:30 duty in England. Edward Lee Stroud. son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stroud, was returned to his home today after having undergone sureery Friday at Chick- with P-m. asawba Hospital. .rv^n^s ^ «- -«j^r 'i l^cldST^ SZlie^ P ' m - »«>"-• *' <"» **"-»"• ""• and Mrs. tesses. The arrangements will carry out the Halloween motif. Col. John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonists meeting- at Hotel Noble, J0:30 a.m. A luncheon also will be held. Young Married People's Depart- Atkinson and son. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trieschmann and Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Farr spent the weekend in Fayetteville where they visited the Trieschmann's daughter. Sally, who is a student at the University and attended the University of Arkansas - Texas Christian University football game. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., had as their weekend guest Miss Mary Myers of Little Rock. Miss Pat Partlow, a student at the University of Mississippi, spent the weekend here visiting her par- enls, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Miss Partlow has pledged Delta Delta Delta at the University, where she is a freshman. ( • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long of Memphis spent the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson. W. L. Horner, Jr., of Wheatley ' ment of Sunday School of First Baptist Church having social at home of Mrs. C. S, Alexander, superintendent, 716 E. Main, 7:30 p.m. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Dale Brlggs. Country Club Bridge League "ciB^Brldge Club meeting with! w L norner jr.. 01 wneatiey Mrs. Joe McHancy. spent the weekend here visiting his American Legion Auxiliary meet- Parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horing. ' - ner " i Mfs ^ c w _ Afflick ftnd Mrs _ c W. Afflick, Jr., and daughter left this morning for Danville, Va., and Charlotte. N. C., to visit relatievs. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Frank Whltworth were in Nashville Saturday to attend the Vanderbilt- Alabama football game. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chlldress and WEDNESDAY TLE Bridge. Club being entertained at Razorback by Mrs. Dick Watson. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Jesse White. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Jackie Blackford, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Club having first fall meeting at the home of Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs, j Homemaki'rs Class of First Baptist Church nit'Ctnu,' with Mr,-;. Wil- jlliim Ellis, 1321 W. Holly, 7:30 p.m. FKIU.AV FARMINGTON, N.M. {/I 1 ! — The troubles nnd tribulations of a taxi- cub npcnilor, E. E. Shipley nveniiy told tin; town trustees, nre almost, | unlimited. Appearing to talk about a new j franchise. 'Shipley told the town! Mrs. W. A. Stickmon, Mrs. J. W. tnthnr.s that it's automatic when ' Adams. Sr., and Mrs. W. N. Stan- someone loses something, it wns lost | ton are hostesses to the Past Main the c-al) lie took home-but they j trnns. and Pntrons Club, 7 p.m., at may not tell anyone for several the Masonic Hall. days, lie told of town housewives ganging up to boat a 10 cent extra charge lor haulim; t,he week's firoc-[ cries home--and said he now has nj practice of chari'mg 10 cents rxira per bag of grocerii's. He says a customer calls to ii.sk the fare to his home "about a mile and a half from town", winds up kicking because the fare is so iiiph when he takes the cab seven miles from town. But the real straw, Shipley said. was the Texan who accused him ot stealing his turnip greens. daughter Rose spent the weekend in Fayetteville. They went especially to visit their son. Bob, who is a student at the University, and to attend Dad's Day at the University. Read Courier New: Cameras Are Rulers NORFOLK, Va. f/P) — The Navy is using cameras to determine the depth of water. Commander John A. Goodman told the Optimist Club this type of aerial reconnaisance has been successful with water as deep , as 40 fathoms. Depths are figured Classified Ads. 1 from the frequency of the waves and i the density of the negatives. Lightning strokes between two clouds, or within a slntde cloud, are far more {"requenl than between a cloud and the ground . Remove Ugly Fat Today! HUNGER TAMJTS W vHBriH mi nijiy bM^ht to » HUNCGK TA^LCIS * .4 Mi i> 1 1 n 1* ill. IMIM on HUNGER TABLETS * KIRBY DRUG STORES We Have A Wide Price Range... " he best in every line—such as Madame Alexander Dolls, Peerage lirass, Dotilton Figurines, Tiffin Crystal, Westmoreland Milk Glass, Kcm and Congress Cards. \VK GIFT WRAP — WE MAIL Candles and Tallies for Fall — Lamps — Pictures. I Bathtub Booze Poses Problem ANDERSON. S.C. (,V>—lloolll'BBMs hcreoboulit have a new gimmick Hint pr«KMils a nice legal question for officers. Sheriff Clint McClahi reports tliat some of the dealers in illi'fiiil booze emp'y a case at Hie time into u biR slew pot. mid pu the pot hi a bathtub in their homes. Comes n customer, the bootlegger ladles up the purchase. Come the [ law—and adequate warning — the! bootlegger tips over the slew poll and the liquor gurgles down the drain, .sometimes chased with a dash of disinfectant to kill the -smell. State law says the liquor and the container must be confiscated. McClain figures he'll have, to get a ruling from the attorney general on whether to haul In the tubs, too. Are All Cold Remedies Alike? No! For example, G(>6 in the wld«- Ht-livity niedirino, which combine* 4 of th« most din-live, wick-ly-pre- tK-rit»cl dniKH known, to relieve all uold inis*'rifrt Huuiwr, Ctiti U inora potent iiiut Kivt'S poaitivu, dnimaiic, rapid relief from i)iis«rieii of all kind$ of colds. That's why 6(56 is uruwr- pawd in efT»!ftivene««. Try it. No otlii'r ntltl remedy can match 666 fi^ui'd i>r 666 Cold Tablets. 666 Casual coat for campus wear is cut from clanchilla fabric in Black Watch by Sonithmore. Lines are str:r~ht and narrow. Ladylike touch is achieved through use of velvet collar.— By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor. ALL BALLED UP—Don't laugh until you try it and look in the mirror! Nickey, a honey-colored cocker spaniel of Jackson, Mich., usually goes around carrying two tennis balls. He sleeps with only one in his mouth, but during playtime distorts his jowls with Either two or nothing. Asthma Formula Used Most By Doctors Now Available Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes .,. Relief Lasts for Hours! ,>W York, W. Y. (Special) Mcdicnl science has developed a new, tiny tablet that stops asthma attacks - . . and gives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. Authoritative medical tests proved this remarkable compound brings blessed relief in minutes, lusts hours. This formula is prescribed moro than any other by doctors. Now, asthma sufferers can obtain this formula without prescription-^ tiny, rasy- to-take tablets called Primatene*. New Primatene opens bronchial tubes, loosens mucous congestion, relieves taut, nervous tension. All this without taking painful injections. The secret is Primatene combines 3 medicines found most effective in combination for asthma distress. Each performs a special purpose. So look forward to sleep at nipht and freedom from asthma spasms . . . pet Primatene, at any drugstore. Only DPf-money-back tfuarruit.ee. £U935. Whitehall I'hirmicilComi'iny 'TraileM»rt Office Hours 9-12, 2-4, or by appointment Found Only at Whitsitt's In August Mademoiselle — separates of great ease ...jacket and skirt of green, brown or blue wool tweed; blouse Vicaline jersey (50-50 wool and vicara) color-matched a shade lighter. Sizes 8 to 18$ 39 95 its Whitsitt's "Because You Like Smart Things" J. A. SALIBA M.D, M E., PH.G. Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Fitting of Glasses DR. SALIBA'S CLINIC CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested. ____ Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service Phone 3-1418 LAUNDRY-CLEANERS J10 S. 2nd plain or fancy you'll love these TlAl 61] Hit 6, sleepers Now they come in prints, too— with funny little carrot-chasing bunnie* hopping around from top to toe! Bunny zipperette for the crib crowd. 2- way self - lock zipper from chin to instep. In blue, green, pink, yellow. Sizes medium, large, extra-large. Girls' ski style round - neckline pajama with bright plaid trimming. In blue, pink, red, yellow. Gaucho style for boys in two-tone stripe with the tailoring details of a fine sport shirt. Fly front. Blue, green, grey. Sizes 2 to 8. Both Perry-ized for shrink resistance. They're beautifully behaved knitted pajamas always at their best because they never need ironing! THE 110 SOUTH SECOND STREET PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries The Finest in BEEF, VEAL, LAMB ; PORK Genuine Hickory Smoked Country Ham Nationally Advertised ft Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In 1 w. J Deliver Come In 1044 Chick

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