The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 7, 1955
Page 5
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1955 BtYTHEVILLE (AIJK.)' COURIER PACE - Society News 3 Ann Mnllnrv Kneipl.v FHitor * iliss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Chicks to Be Supported When Residents Attend Game Tonight Wlren the Blylhevillc Clik'kasaws leave this afternoon for Whitehaven, Tenii., they will be followed hy a nioloi'cade of Blythcville.residents who are going along lo cheer the team on the road to victory. A Pet Of Fashion Also lending their .support will bo the Blylheville High SL-IKKJ! bund under the direction of Robert Lipscomb. Those going from Blytheville are Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone. Mr, :uui Mrs. H. C. Bliinkenslitp, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. and ci;iughicr Emily, Ethel Jean Wyall, Miss Millie Ann Mallory. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Owens and daughters Sue and Lue. Don Golem an, George Anderson, Arden Guadra, Mr. and Mr.s. Leonard Johnson, Barbara Dale Dunlup, Beth Leasure. May Ann Tompkins, George Ann Byrti, Beth Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. ,G. I. Byrd. M"r. and Mr.s. Paul Jobe and daughter Kay. Roger Stidbury, Gena Gaines. Emily Damon, Mr. nr.d Mr.s. Bud Wilson. Mrs.'jfoyi Homer. Mr.v Russell Mosley. Molly Jo Beasley, Martha Hudrile.ston, Ann Marr. Susan Huffman, Mary Jane Seymour. Jur.e Homer. Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Rayder, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Si-ott and daughter Rae, Marilyn Jones. Johnnie Lou Johnson, Mr. and Mr.s. Kemper Biu- lon and .son?. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett, Abbott. Mr. and Mr.s. E. M. Holt and M>n Jacky. Mr. and Mr.s. Edward Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S- Sali- bn and daughter Melia. Mr. and Mrs. Rene George, Man, Tarver Stevenson. Bill Williams. Dan Caidwell. Mrs. Willis Harris. Nancy Harris. Martha Manly. Sally McCulhen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hrster, Jerry Lutz. Mrs. B- R. Hay?. Martha Hart. Susie Me Water?. Uuda Bean. Pat Wil- ]ingham, Gaii Brngdon. Donna Sue Kin?. JaNoel Smith. Rene Havs. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Estes.. Mr. and Mr.s. Joe T. Hughes. Nancy Estes, Joe E. Hughes, Billy Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moxiey. Belly Moxley. Jerry Lowe. H. E. Weedman. Nicky Weedman, John Stoval, Pat Sullivan. Mrs. Sidney Platt. Maurice- Feinberg. Darlene Feinberg, Toby Long. Martha Manley. Toby Ann Long. Mary Beth Marr. Nelia Woods. Martha Ann White, Glenda Poetz. Mrs. J. H. Childress. Ann Blackwefl, Carolyn Clement. Kathy Caperton. Simdra Rose Children?. Ann Herndan, Pan! Westbrook. Raymond Zachry. Billy Peterson Eloise Richardson. Sandra Lonp. Elaine Richardson. Bryce Lay- i.son. Gail Cranlord. Brenda Holland, | Lynn Stanfwld, Mildred McCandless. ! Barbara Gurnow. Edna .Smith, jjeaneue Cobb, Robert White, Louis i Lynch. Newton hWiiis. Lee Crowe : and Billy Stewart. IThinOut I Thatch i : 8V ALICIA HART | NEA Beauty Kditor ; Teen-Agers nave a problem,; 'l women ot any oilier age scarcely j I consider a problem ai a!J: they gen- _ I cntliy have great bushy heads ot j ; hair. i This uin be .seen all over town; . in bobs [hni ure so long and Hill i ! that tiiey bristle up with electric-i | ity at. the ends: in split ends ol t I iong hair; in hair that's so UUCK | i thai no hat goes on it but goes on j | top of it. | ! Now and then, teeners hack a- '•• \ way at the ends with paper shears. | i but the bulk remains there, illicit i ! and unkc-rnpi. | j A professionnl is tiie man to tend I : to this matter. He has the tools, | : the skill and. best of all, can give! | the back lair treatment. Teeners, I ' ardent do-it-yourselfers, fight like j j tigers 'M avoid being locked in a: ' beauty parlor with women they con- | i sider to be slightly older than time, i But it is possible to get a trim ! and a thinning job without being , | worked upon for hours. ! Some ijsls have another problem s '. Their mothers insist on going with i them and bossing the stylist as; though the teeners were only wig! .support*. This can certainly make • I one develop a distaste tor beauty j i salons. ! The answer is. ot course, that-1 I mothers can't drag their dauah- j ters off 1,0 a professional stylist I it the hair has already been trim- i ( meet and thinned. The mother's • j only objection is that it doesn't get, I clone unless they do the dragoon- j i ing. ' A little exercise of the, feet, ana • j legs, conveying the teener to a • professional e^ery r.ov, and thru.: ; avoids this scene. It is also tlvj •, j only way of seumg it done. The i • lies!, friend cannot thin hair, unless i she's a professional herself. i HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. K'l llainploii. Jr 8293 10-20 Sue Burnett Here's thru popular long torso IOOK in a cle\er . oked \ersion that buttons Lo below the waist. Seu in monotone or '.viiii contract. Pattern No. 1233 is in sizes 10. 12, 14. 16. 18. 20. Size 12. 4 ; , yards ot 3^-iiu:h; contrast, small collar, \ yard. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your nann-. HCldi'ess. size desired, and Hi" PATTERN NUMBER to Silt' Burnett Blythcville Courier News. 371' \V. Quiney Street. Chicago 6. 111. The new! it winter '55 Issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pnUern ina.4;^:ine is filled with attractive, sew-easy styles to delight- besinnrr aiul expert. Don't miss it, —send 2n cents loda;. for your copy. ;YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Twenty-one littlft near four-year -olds and several mothers came to Kola Jean Martin's birthday Saturday afternoon from three till five at her home. Her mother Mrs. Monroe Martin entertained with mostly outdoor tames and presented the children wilh tall hats of halowcen design and ta-s.seled whistles. Refreshments were served irom a picnic table set up in the front \E,rd where little guests were seated. A square layer cake was served on children's little dutcli plates with scoops of colored ice cream. "The American Indians" was the subject for Mrs. Oma Smith's lesson at Women's Society of Christian Service. Mrs. Ruby Berry, Mrs. Nannnie Porter and Mrs. Charles Cohoon had parts in tile program which was chosen for its relationship to bible verse, "They are Mi- people, saith the Lord." A call meeurrg was set for Wednesday at which time plans were begun for the annual Methodist harvest supper to be held late this month. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Surguine, recently of Blytheville, visited Mrs. Surguine's'aunl Mrs. Bculah Cockrell last Week enroute to Springfield, Mo., their luture home. Mr. Surguine is associated there in road construction while Mrs. Surguine, formerly Ola Mae McCord, is employed with a local bank. Sunday visitors at the Bill Sher- uoond's were Mrs. Patsy Tatem.and son Butch of Memphis. Spending a fortnight with their granddaughter, Mrs. Bill Moulten, Mr. Moulten and family at Ells'oury. Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Board Stivers left Monday. Northern visitors Mr. and Mrs Gien AtKinson of Holly. Mich.,, arrived late last week at Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Howerns. They are also with relatives Mrs. Mary Atkinson of Btytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart. Another MicliiKau resisdent, Allen Howern, of Detroit is with his mother, Mrs. Minnie Howern, on a short visit. Seaim-n Jimmy Brunilow has returned to Great Lakes, 111., alter 14 days leave with his mother. Mrs. Mabel Brumlow. Jimmy has just completed his naval basic boot Ira- Airman Keith Slatler arrived home Saturday for three weeks with hJS parents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Slat- ler. He is stationed in Louisiana. Week-end guests at. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brooks were their son, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Frank Brooks, and son and daughter, Ronnie and Linda Ronnetle of Maiden. Little Ron- ntMif remained wi!.h her giraiuipar- i-'iu.s inr the \veek. Mrs. I'm liai.cs and Shirley Cat j lull have lett by car for Calitorma I win-re .Shirley will join her par i ''ins, Mr. ami Airs. VirRill Carnall, j \viio precrerii'd her a month back. ! :>> luuii). Mr.s. Bates' destination t.s j SHU Dic^o where her husband h is ! rt-i i-mly arri\ed irom .six montlis ' '•'.<'!•-.seas duty in Japan. They plan ; io tiinkf; their home at San Dic?;o. I -\!i«o[i£ those present at the 1; ! r.iKs i)l Gideon Crews, vetu'uibi 1 Pctiii.iuT-ji County ciuwn who j i strtj ,r.'nv last week, at St. J> i li u ! Mi mphis. were Mrs. John L, WIM I'.Mixi.' Mi'rf. firace Edwiird. id \li ' ;.:id .Mr.s Wiliiam Ericks.,11 uid c i ' | HiiL Jr., ol Miami; Mr. and Airs.; : K. H. M'um-iivu and family of Baie- i.s'.iilc, A:-;-;; Mrs. Cliarlfc* Sibbfcll ol : Ufiilns, Texas: .Mr. and, Mr.s. Claude: '. F.civ.arete of St. Louis: Mi. and Mrs ; ' A. R. Edwards and lamiiy of Sike- s'.iis; Mr. and Mrs. Eusene Speer . oi, Ky; Mrs. Lyimtnd Reed | i ;*nri .son Clark of Greenville, Miss; '• '• Mi. and Mrs. C. K. Barkshlre oi Col- : unibia, Mo; Judj;e and Mrs. John; ! H. Bradley and Mr.s. O. C. Spares 1 ! oi Iv-imeu and Mrs. J. B, Slehftr^ . i and Mrs. Olcia Wilson oi Scnath. i front Flint, Midi.. Mr. and Mrs. j j Charlr.s Howni'd Richard and twinj 1 ciauiiners and son, Sharon. Karen j : ;(i!fi Chi'.ries James arrived Satur-. ' cii'v 3t Mr. Richards' motiier's, Mrs. ; ; (iiitrt-; Thompson, the Bill Sher- i | v.'>Dd« and other reialions. I ! Another Michigan guest at Mrs. 1 ; Richards witin'n the past lew days, | Wayne Ai'ien Pinkson, also oi | i Flint, who returned Tuesday alter j L few days with his parents, Mr. j Mrs. OrviUe Pinksion in Hayti. j ( From Haines City. Fla., E. E.: ' Gug^and and Bruce Martin spent j days Kith Mr. Gaegans relatives m'Sieele and Mrs. Martins j pa;'*Tii!£, .Mr. and Mrs. Pete Martin.- Time Restored IEKbi-A' CT.TV. N.J. ..T 1 . — New; Y(iri;f rs can tell the ume of day | atiiiin just b 1 . looking across me j Hud-vjii River. The ciuck atop a soap laciorys root' — a 30-year-old IfUiciniKrtc on tiie west bank of the I-Iiia::on—lins been repyirciri. | Tlie dock is 50 leetlii diameter— j twice i he size of London's tameu \ 1 Bit; Ben. SAT. NIGHT 10:30 SUNDAY & MONDAY CHINA YOU UiV COOK IN Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times SERVE IT< ONE STEP FROM STOVE TO TABLE. . . . END FOREVEK NEEDLESS PAN SCRUBBING! JTOHM JUAURCM JBACAIL LAST TIAIES TONIGHT Douhle Kealure jun bjfrelinj out of a Ckinese tortiirc-prisw! dodging from fury to furj in Ftrnosi St/aits! IAN KEITH. TALA BERELJ Serial "Capl. Africa" No. 5 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature CINEMASCOPE IR00UOIS CASUAtVCH/NA HAIRY VETCH Oregon or Arkansas Grown PMA SPECIFICATIONS Pluct Your Order Now BlythevilU Soybean Corp. Phone 3-S85* AND — GLENN FORD, AMERICANO'' METRO NBWS 16-Pc. Starter Set $12 95 $1 A Week . . . AND , . . this ifl the ehma that's replaced if U breaks! It's adttafly fa. This is inic ritToous cliiiwi so durable., &o downright tough thai l.h*» mnnufoclurcr'fl aiKXMiditionai warrant,; says: " If yo*i \>r>^tk a pi<;cc from a w-V for four or more in the lioinc, s^ud it 1^> us and we'll replace ill" *Amazing? Ywl Bui oven more amazing ifl the fad that, ywi «m moii in this hamlanme collection . . . ro^st <sr hok« or broH! You'll love its simple beauty, iU rugged slreu^lh, it« remarkable low prices. N:c H Uxlayl. « with -nrrtnlr. DREIFIS lyidence Provided ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. lift— Albtl- iltiuerque police are iw.shing they were all this easy. Imi tig iting a burglary in an Albuquerque home, they found a wal- I 1-t chuck lull of identification, ob- lif.ii ij\ dioppetl bj one of the burg- la rs. The anest followed In short AT BI.l'E MOI'XTAI.V — Above are pictured the Arkansas girl now enrolled at Blue Mountain College. From row, left to right: Ruth Johnston, Blythe'.ilie; Nancy Gwin, Lcxa: Carolyn Lynch, Wilson: Betty Jon Coinpion, Hot Springs: Jo Ellen Wilboum, Conw-ay. Back row: Carolyn Wilson, Blytheville; Carolyn Benn, Ho.'iie: Dorothy Jo Shufiieid. Hot Springs; Vera Haynes, Blytheville; Shirley Hall, Howell; and Martha Beaton, Little Rock. Officers elected at the meeting of the Arkansas Club: President, Carolyn Lynch: Secretary. Jo Ellen Wiibourn; Treasurer, Nancy Gwin; Publicity Chairman, Vera Haynes. NOTICE Dr. I. L. Carlton, M.D. and Dr. W. 0. Green, Jr., M.D. Have opened the Dr. Cooper office In Cooter, Missouri. Office Hours art Announced As Mon.-Sat. 12:30-5:30 i I i Cookers Exported "\V DELHI '.-T J :--Iiiriu; is export- ; •s solar cokeri—cievi-itjpt'd by a •nil!' 1 !!! la bora tor; lo use the j hcai, Inr cookiiit:—fo Afriua. j r ttuvemmem rg South Rho- j hut orderpd four cookers irom \ s part ol a research piograrn j a .siib^utute lor \\oocl luel i • of a ahortaae oi Limber. j AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Jlr. and Airs. Jerry Hoixi Cinemascope at its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN al 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rite * Ro Program Announcements THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TODAY i The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature j In the wtmd«r o( STEREOPHONIC SOUND PARAMOUNT NEWS & SHORT SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature ymm i uiu present' JUDY CANOV.A CAROLINA (MNOfJBALL ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY & MONDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "It's Always Fair Weather" _AN V D— DIALM For MURDER" With Ray Grace MIU,AXn • KELLY ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature ...........WARNER BROS. • .» t 'THEMFHsMioiiEip IT'S ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER GENE KELLY-DAN DAILEY CYDCHARISSE-DOLORES GRAY MICHAEL KIDD NO COLOR from th* M-G-M RECORDS ALBUM f Paramount News & Cartoon "Private Eye Pooch COMING TO THE RITZ —IN OCTOBER— "Not As a Stranger" \Vilh Rnhcrl Milchum and Oli-via DC Haviland — ALSO — "BUFFALO STAMPEDE" with Randolph Scot I Cartoon & Serial SAT. OWL SHOW Starts 11 :.'ifl p.m. "APE MAN" with 'Bella Sl'NDAV A MONDAY Doiihl* Feat»re tf*i *4^ r The Gift Box Norlh HiRhway (it — Ph. 3-fi737 Gifts tor All Occasions • Brass • WrniiKhl Iron* China • Crystal • Bridge Tallies* I'otlery • Hand Made Baskets • Lamps Mrs. Klmer Norman — Mrs. Harold Doyle MARLON ge BRANDOp C*71* *iWtoj**C mmtmntmm AND — MANY RIVERS TO CROSS ALSO CARTOON

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