The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1956 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 11, 1956
Page 3
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W1CTTMDAT, JANUARY 11, IMS JBLTTHSVILLH (ARK.) COURIER PAOITRRM OSCEOLA NEWS Br Brttr* N«fc Mm Ifce Unt meeting of the new year lor the Presbyterian Women of toe Church was held Monday afternoon to the education building of the church with the three new circle chairmen u hostesses. They were Mrs. Billy Chiles, Ilrt. David Laney and Mrs. Bill Cromer. Twenty-six members were present. ««ch of last year's officers gave her report on particular achievement. To coincide with their achievements, they used verses irom the Bible and handprinted placards. Mr*. Don Blodgett, vice-president, gave an outline of the coming programs for the new year. The hostesses served refreshments. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr entertained cjvWh three tables of canasta at her home. A dessert course preceded the games in which Mrs. Ed Bowles won high score, Mrs. Ed Shippen, second high and Mrs. D. OWen- dorf, low. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Bryan left Tuesday for New York where they will join a group of 11 to embark on a Mediterranean Cruise of six weeks. Enroute to New York, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan stopped over for a brief visit in St. Louis with their nieces, Mary and Martha Dillard On Friday, they will sail on the Exeter luxury freighter. Their stopovers will include Barcelona, Spain, Naples, Genoa, Italy, and Athens, Greece. On their 10-day tours they will visit Florence and Rome, Italy and the highlight of the trip will be a trip to the Holy Land, where they will spend ten days. In and around Palestine. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Will return home March 1. M. Raddtft WM a gueet. Mrs. Jaok Wilson won high score, Mr», Harold Ohlendorf, second high. The hostess served a dessert plate. H^Pff mn99 ^^WwW^W _ LOi ANOELB* » — Rita Hayworth ha* filed an answer to the miH for attorneys' fees owed by her divorced hwband Dick Haymes. -4IM actrtss WM sued-JoinUjudHl H«yme« tor M5.000 by Atty. D«vld O. Marcus, who said be represeut- ed Maymes In bis fight to escape deportation to Argentina. She said Monday in her aixwer that ri» never-had- promised tor Marcus' services, u h< ottlnud, Read Courier Newt ClaaUled Adi Mrs. Bill Joe Edrington was hostess Thursday evening to Club 17 for a dessert course followed by bridge. Mrs. Edrington used gladioli to decorate her home. In the games of bridge Mrs. Carl Anderson won high, Mrs. Charles Wygul, second, and Mrs. R. D. Mears, bridgo. Mrs. Garner Robblns spent several days in Memphis last week as guest of her sister, Mrs. Van Deaton, and Mr. Deaton. Mrs. Eugene Shaneyfelt and Miss Nettie Gray left the first of the week by automobile for El Paso, Tex., where they will spend two weeks with Mrs. Shaneylelt's daughter,. Mrs. Bobbie Spann, and Lt. Spann. Johnny Striokling and Ed Williams, students at Memphis State, I spent.the weekend here with their j -pfrenlsT . L. Lapides is. a patient in Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Harris Parks returned to her home Monday in 1 Union City, Tenn., after spending three weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Harry Driver. Mrs. A. W. Bowen was hostess Friday to her bridge club. All members were present. High score was won by Mrs. A. W. Young and second high was won by the hostess. Mrs. Sam Hodges was hostess Friday to her bridge club. Mra. E, Pretty Girl Plus a Note Equals Trouble >LONG BEACH, Calif. UK — Tills is how Stanley Morton Finger put his foot in it: The 17-year-old Long Beach State , College student wanted a date with j Ann Jerry, a clerk at the Long I Beach Federal Savings & Loan i Assn. He went to her cage Monday and presented this note: "This is a holdup. Drop your head if you will go to the show with me tonight." But Miss Jerry stepped away and another clerk, Mrs. Wanda A. Wiley, saw the words "This is a holdup." She telephoned police. Sgt. William Fenhollow arrived post-haste and- handcuffed the youth. Then 20 police and FBI 'agents swarmed around him and he was taken to the FBI office and questioned. Miss Jerry said she knew the yonth but never had dated him. Finally, he was released. He'd still like the date, but — no more notes. Ladies-It's The Buy Of The Year SPECIAL PURCHASE This Is Not Remnants - It's All Full Pieces 750 Yds. BEAUTIFUL MIRACLE FABRICS 27 Beautiful Colors Nylon and Silk Orion and Silk Nylon and Cotton Orion and Cotton Dacron and Cotton ALL 42 or 55 INCHES WIDE Values To $2.49 Per Yd. LAY-A-WAY NOW FOR SPRING SEWING BLACK & WHITE STORE AFTER-INVENTORY flow to have a JVZW -lake a New Year—like this one. Take a new Buick—like this one. Put them together, and what have you got? You've got just ahout die snappiest time of your entire motoring career—in power and performance and prideful good feeling. T[t begins when you drive away^from the showroom. Heads turn to follow your brand-new Buick with its stunning sweep-ahead styling, racy contours, vivid colors. Next tiling you notice is the silken power delivery of a big new 322-cubic-inch V8 engine with the highest output of high- compression horsepower in Buick history. But it's not till you enter the stream of traffic that you discover you're bossing the smoothest package of nimbleness on four wheels... Because this time Buicfc engineers have added a new marvel to the performance of Variable Pitch Dynaflow.* It's something they call "double regeneration"—and it gives you solid new take-hold, sensational new take-off, and exquisite new control right in your normal cruising range at only part throttle — and with new gas savings to boot. Then, when you want an extra helping of "go" for safety's sake - just floor the pedal and switch the pitch for added take-off that literally wings you on your way. But there's even more to the story than that. There's the easy way your Buick turns and parks and handles and does what you want it to do, as though it had a private line to your thoughts. 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Ladies SKIRTS & BLOUSES Regular and Extra Sizes Were Now $1.98 $1.44 2.98 2.44 3.98 3.44 Men's White Shirts Glen Cove—Sizes 14 to 17 Were Now $2.99 $1.99 BOYS' UNIONS Long Sleeves and Legs —Broken Sizes Were $1.29 Now 88c Be Sure and Check Our BARGAIN TABLES Values Galore!! BLACK & WHITE STORE

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