The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 7, 1955
Page 4
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PAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1955 - Society News - o Ann Mallnrv. Society Editor ' Pl10 Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 ENGAGED — In a ceremony to be solemnized Oct. 29, Miss Mary Ann Grimes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F Grimes Sr., j will become the bride of 1 W. T. Langley, son of Mr. and Mrs William Langley of Burdette. Engagement of Miss Grimes To W. T. Langley Is Announced The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Mary Ann Grimes to W. T. Langley is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Grimes, Sr. Mr. Langley is the son of Mr. and •*• ~ Mrs. William Langley of Burdette. Miss Grimes is a graduate of Blytheville High School and is now employed by the Blytheville Tool and Die Company. Mr. Langley is a graduate of Burdette High School where he was a member of the football and basketball teams. He Is now employed by Hubbard Hardware Company in Blytheville. The wedding will be solemnized at the New Liberty Baptist Church Oct. 29 by the Rev. Orvllle Mc- Oulre, pastor. Mrs. Brooks Presents Garden Club Program Mrs. H. H. Brooks presented a program on "Chrysanthemums", Wednesday when the Garden department of the Women's Club met at the club house. Mrs. Lloyd Wnittaker was hostess /or the meeting when eighteen members were present. In the business session plans were tnade for the meeting Nov. 16, when Mrs. Hugh L. Southerland of Itta, Bena. Miss., will give a lecture on Christmas decorations. DAR Chapter To Resume Meeting CUarlevoix Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution will resume their monthly luncheon meetings Tuesday at Hotel Noble. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Kendall Berry, who will speak of her recent trip to Europe and show color films made while gone. Hostesses for the 1 p. m, luncheon will be Mrs. C. L. M.cWaters, Jr., Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. M. O. Ursey. This first meeting will follow an executive board meeting which was held at the home of the new regent Mrs. W. Marlon Williams. Singing Convention To Meet Here Sunday Mississippi County Singing Convention will meet Sunday at the Assembly of God Church in Blytheville. The program will begin at 2 p.m. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ACTUALLY WRITTEN IN THE DEATH CEIiATSKNQUENTM! CARTOON: "TWO GUN GOOFY" SATURDAY ONLY TOP THRillSf IN SLOW MOTION!! SEE IT NOW ON FILM! BETTER THAN RINGSIDEI ROCKY MARCIANO \vs ARCHIE MOORE OFFICIAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST! B«leo»d Thru Unit*d Artitli —PLUS FEATURE— Starring JEANNE GRAIN CITY OF BADMIN DALE ROBERTSON ALSO CARTOON "BANQUET BUSTERS" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature IKMI IllltS P.O..MI MKIT MTCMM-IEM SIMMOHS MTHIH HDHNiCIITT _^ couldn't say HO! lunningham of Caruthersville. Gregory Johnston, son of Mr. and Vfrs Ray Johnston, is a patient in Chickasawba, Hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston will be in Memphis tomorrow to at- end the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt foot- ill grime. i Allen Shanks and Danny Edg-j mon, students at the University of Arkansas, are spending the week-! ed here visiting relatives. j Hays Sullivan, who has been a i patient in Osceola Memorial Hospi- .1, is now at his home at Burdette. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and | Vlr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb | will also be present tomorrow for' /\if)]lL/JLV .he Ole Miss-Vanderbilt Blytheville Elementary Schools Have First Professional Meetings "Why Johnny Can't Read" was the book reviewed j Ml . s Harry A . Haines entertained Wednesday at the Professional meetings at the elementary ; Kibitzer club members at the coun- Mrs. Haines Entertains Kibitzer Club schools of the Blytheville. After the reviewing of the,book, teachers and parents then in turn answered wiili the ways reading is beinii taught in the schools to- j day and presented charts to show their methods 01 teaching. six visitors present for the Central School meeting. i try Club yesterday with a dessert' bridge. Guest of the clnb was Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crump wil be in Memphis tomorrow night to j ttenrt the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt foot- entp At the meeting of Lange School A panel comppsed of Mrs. Esther i Cn^er, III. White. Mrs. Martha Buchanan. \ Mrs j M Williams, Jr., and Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Caffey and Mrs. i nol '., \jcHancv were brictee wm- Elizabeth Gray, spoke at the meet-; Beta Lambda Club Meets In Elias Home Beta Lambda Club met Wodiu ! day night at the home of Mi I William Elias ill Osceola with members and two guests Mi ! Ned Fardecy of Alexander, L i and Miss June Snmaha of N< York, present. This affair was a desscrt-bridi i The Club will meet next week the home of Mrs. M. George. Coming Events FKIIM* Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr., and Mrs. W. N. Stan- loll are hostesses to the Past Matrons and 1'airoiis Club, 1 p.m., at the Masonic Hall. seven parents and Miss Rosa Hardy high school supervisor, were pres- ball same. current methods o! teaching were Among those here from out-of-, (ji SC , U5se( i at the Sudbury meeting >wn yesterday to attend funeral j by Mrs Roy KirKsey, Mrs. Marbel, services for W. C. Higginson were i ,,; rs McLean, Miss Hargett and Miss Hope Stallings of Fort Worth, jjrs. Bamer. I. A. Fleming and L. E. Roberts of Mrs Louise Hudson spoks for the ilemphis; Mrs. Margaret HoUnan. ] parents and Mrs. Sansoni suggegs- jlrs. William Paige and Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Rogers of Newport. T. A. Haggard, Harry Brown of Steele; J. D. Smith of Osceola, Walter Edvards of New Madrid and Mrs. Mike ted "Ways for Schools and Parents to Improve Reading:." Miss Melba Marian, high school English teacher was a guest. Thirty five parents were present. Fifteen mothers were present for the Yarbro meeting with two guests :'rom Junior High School, T. A. P. Sweat, present. Mrs David Miles reviewed the book and an open discussion followed. There were forty-six parents and Sunday School Class Hare iv Newcomb 71 ,f ,77 morrow for ; MOIIWIV Ut football J me in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr.. will be in Starksville, Miss., over the weekend to attend the Mississippi State homecoming football game. Miss Mary Wilson is spending the weekend in Pine Bluff visiting rela- ;lves. Mrs. Zeda Collins, who had been visiting in Dumas and was en route o her home in Caruthersville, spent yesterday here visiting her cousin, Mrs. O. C. Ganske. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farrington will be among' those from Blythe- •ille in Memphis' tomorrow night to ittend the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt football game. Prank Whltworth and S. Mosley ill leave tonight following the Whitehaven - Blytheville football same for Tuscaloosa, ALa., where •hey will attend the University of Alabama-Texas Christian Universi- football game tomorrow. They are going especially for J. B. Whitworth Appreciation Day at the University of Alabama tomorrow. J. B. 5 Frank's brother and is a former Blytheville football player. Miss Pat Scott, student at Memphis State, will spent the weekend lere visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. ..E. Scott. Mrs. A. H. Webb and children are spending several days in Memphis visiting friends. Harry A. Haines is in Little Rock today to attend the editors luncheon being given by Col. T. H. Barton. Jan Mullins, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mullins, underwent an appendectomy last night at Chickasawba Hospital. Her condition is satisfactory and she is in Room 3-B. Warren Allen is a patient in Blytheville Hospital. T. T. Campbell has returned to the hospital in Booneville after a visit here with his family. He was otored to Memphis by his wife and daughter. Mrs. Ben Abbott and children. Mrs. Jane Rose, daughter of Mrs. B. F. Loflin, is in Methodist Hospital in Memphis. She is in Room 232 Two Sunday School classes ot First Baptist Church met last night. Winsome Class met at the home of it's teacher, Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. Jimmy Branscum presented the devotional and an election of officers was held. Officers elected were Mrs. Branscum, president; Mrs. Lee Crowe, ice-president; Mrs. Conny Wilson, secretary; Mrs. Oral Edwards, treasurer. The hostess served a salad course during the social hour. She was assisted in serving by her daughter. Sally Jo. Homemakers Class met at the home of Mrs. William Ellis with WE. Pete Peterson co-hostess. There vere 12 members present. Mrs. W. D. Tommey opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Jacky Tegethoff presided over the busi- iess session when officers were in- stalld by the teacher, Mrs. Jeff Hes- ?r. The group was dismissed by Mrs. F. L. Wicker. 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Miss Donna Sue Gore reviewed Dr. Plcsch's book and Miss Dixie Kil- kiir. gave a biographical sketch ot the ai::!ior of the best seller. Sivcial guests at this meeting were Miss Lillian Barton and Dr. J. N. Northern of Arkansas Slate CoHece. E.'lin Street and Robinson Eie- nv.'irai'y schools met at the Elm Siree: Schooi >uiditorium with 15 parer.'.s present. Teachers of the school presented the program. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. O. Graves, city. Walter Waddy, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Leroy Huddleston, city. Nancy Farmer, city. Mrs. Charles Cronk, city. Mary Sue Pranks, city. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Change the side you curry your shoulde'r bag over often. Otherwise the shoulder of your coat and the pocket u'lll wear thin. j Elizabeth Priveu, city. [ \Valls Hospital | Dismissed: | Mrs. Emily Mosley, city. Announcement Office Closed Oct. 6-12 Dr. Jock Webb Here's a coat-suit you'll really live in! 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