The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 19, 1956
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PAQIFOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWg ' THURSDAY, JANUARY 19,19M - Society News - _ a ftf n l1 n ...T Cfutiaiv F.riitnr * fnf. MlM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Betty Colier Elected President of NCO Wives Club Mrs. Betty Colier was elected president yesterday at an rganizational meeting of the NCO Wives of Blytheville Air on, Force Base. Mrs. Eve Ella was elected vice- president and Mrs. Betty Jo Brown, secretary. These officers, together with a board of five governors, will serve In an . acting position until i the club is better organized. Base Commander Col. Gordon D. Timmons welcomed the group and spoke briefly, stressing the important role the servicemen's wives play in the Air Force. He also urged that once organized the club support worthwhile social and charitable functions on the base and in the community. Chaplain Don Maxfield stated that the NCO Wives Club would afford fellowship and that the group Central PTA Conducts Meeting Mrs. Gean Atkinson presided yesterday afternoon when Central Parent - Teacher Association held its January meeting at the school. In the business session a nominating committee, composed of Mrs. John Arends, Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. Harvey Kidd, was appointed. The president appointed a committee to work with city officials on Central School crossing.' MrsX J. R. Cowger. Mrs. Free- roan Robinson and Mrs. A. B. Oul- Iton will work on this committee. The group voted to have one night meeting next year in addition to Founders Day night and Mr». Atkinson announced that Central PTA was the recipient of a •Utt award due to Its increase in membership for the year. Mr». Bert Tnuhble served as " program chairman for the afternoon. She introduced (be Rev. J. Emmert, who spoke to toe "Is It Well with r the Child " would be a select fellowship in so much as the members would be from all parts of the world. Mrs. Blanch Kennedy, service club director, suggested projects for the club which include making drapes for the dispensary, helping in the service club, assisting the to-, cal chapter of Red Cross and also the possibility of opening a base nursery. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served to the group. Mrs. Alky To Head Past Matrons, Patrons Mrs. filbert Alley was elected president of the Past Matrons and 'atrons Club Friday night when the club held its first meeting of ;he new year at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Dellal Lancaster will serve as vice-president this year' with Mrs. B. B. Wilson serving as secretary and treasurer. This election was preceded by a xitluck dinner with Mr. and Mrs. ^. W. Kyle and Mr. and Mrs. Ral- :igh Sylvester as hosts. Dinner was served buffet style from a table centered with greenery and red berries. Flanking this were lighted red tapers. Individual tables held matching smaller arrangements. The 35 members and guests present spent the evening In playing rook with Mrs. J. A. Saliba winning ladies high and Mr. Hosp winning men's high. Rooko was won by Mrs. Frank Ellis. Mrs. T. jr Bailey, Mrs. Gus Eberdt and Mrs. Ellis will be hostesses for the February meeting., Tb« devotional was given by Mr». B. A. Porter wilt Mrs. Rob- reading the president's. mes- Room count winner* in the lower nides were Miss Donna Sue Sore's room, first, and Mrs.- Jamei Wbite'i room second. Upper grade wtan«r« were Mrs. Phil Long's room, first, and Mrs. Lillian JTtnk'l room, second. Third grade mothers were bos- i ta the social hour. A Popular Style Spaghetti Supper Given TLE Bridge Club Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertained members of TLE Bridge Club with a spaghetti supper at her home last night. _ She used potted plants to decorate entertaining rooms of her home when Mrs. Maurice Sanders was a guest of the group. Mrs. Diok Watson won high score in the bridge games, Mrs. Herman Turner .second high, and Mrs. W. J. Cupples, bridgo. Club Eight Members Meet InPoetzHome Olub Eight members met at the home of Mrs. GF. O- Poetz yesterday afternoon. The hostess used floral arrangements of pink carnations in the entertaining rooms of her home. Mr*. Poete and Mrs. Jesse White won high scores in thegaraes. During the afternoon refreshments were served. Miss Mary Alice Wroten McWaters, student at Ote Miss, has pledged Delta Delta Delta social sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boyett of Pillmore, Calif., spent the last week here with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Minyard. Capt. and Mrs. Rouse Harp oi Panama City, Fla., announce the birth of a daughter Tuesday at Lisenby Hospital in Panama City The bab.y has been named Janet Lynn. Mrs. Harp is the granddaughter of Judge and Mrs: George Barham of Blytheville and Capt. Harp is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp of Blytheville. Mrs .Harp left Tuesday afternoon fcr p?"° m ° "'fry '" h ° "'itH-her son and family. Mrs. Cal Gossett, Jr., is critically ill in the Army-Navy Hospital in Hot Springs. Mrs. Cal Gossett of Burdette is in Hot Springs with her daughter-in-law and son, who has just been transferred from Boston, Mfasss., to 'Hot Springs to be with lis wife. Mr. Gossett is serving in :he Navy. Mrs. J. D. Barksdale, who has been a patient in Baptist Hospital, s now at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Barksdale at 118 West Ken- ;ucky. She is allowed to have visl- x>rs. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Rodgers of Newport announce the birth of a son Tuesday at a Newport Hospital. Mrs. Rodgers is the former Dorothy Jean Higginson, daughter of Mrs. W. C. Higginson, formerly of .Blythevffle. Mr. Rodgers is the son of Mrs. F. A. Rodgers of Blytheville. "MINK'S MINE"-Film bombshell Silvana Pampaninl hai given a Rome, Italy, court reasons why she shouldn't return $50,000 in jewels, minks and other gifts to her. movie producer, Morris Ergas. Ergas wants everything back because he says Silvana got the gifts under false promise of marriage. But she says it ain't so, because: She never loved Ergas and never said she did; she never asked for them anyway. Armorel Senior Class Presents: By Sue Burnett Distinct success on each appearance — the attractive shirtwaist dress. This version has an interesting yoke, comes in haU sizes. Pattern No. 8251 is in sizes 12 1<2, 14 1|2, 16 1'2. !S;i r 2, 20 12, 24 12. Sire 14 IP. 4 7,8 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address, size dMlred, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION, spring and su- nunir '56 is a, complete sewing guide for every woman who sews (or her' Mlf »nd her family. Don't wait- lend 36 cents now for your copy. THE JONES QUARTET Armorel Gymnasium Fri. 7:30 p.m. Adm: 75$ Aduit, 50$ Sponsored by Armorel High School Senior Class Mrs. Franks Complimented With Luncheon Mrs. Preston Franks, who i» leaving Sunday to join her husband In Alexandria, La., where they will make their future home, was complimented with a bridge-luncheon yesterday by Mrs. Dick Watson. • Those seated at the luncheon ta- bl«, which was decorated with potted plants In brass containers, were Mrs. Dick Bednar, Mrs. C. Brandon, Mrs. Jerry Hord, Mrs. Virginia Drew, Mrs. John Turner, Mrs. Everett I. Clark and Mrs. John Prather. The hostess presented Mrs. Franks with a golng-away gift. Bridge winners were Mrs. Prather, high, Mrs. Franks, second high, Mrs. Bednar, low, and Mrs. Clark, bridgo. . Sharon Burgess Has Party on Seventh Birthda\ The seventh birthday of Sharon Lynn Burgess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winford Burgess, was the occasion for a party Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Burgess Invited ten of Sharon's little friends to the party and presented each favors of balloons and party hats. The children spent the afternoon >laying party games and later were lerved refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Charles Sharp and Mrs. Fred Mooney. Coming Events THUBSDAi Lydia Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. Adolph Heinlcke for covered-dish supper, 1 p.m. Mrs. V. E. Calvary Is co-hostess. Lottie . Moon YWA meeting with MarceUa Ray, 7:30 pin. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Jaycettes meeting. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. J. A. Leech. ,• Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Edgar Borum. • Chillion Club meeting with Mrs W. A. Hollingsworth. Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church meeting at home of Mrs. Emery Wright, 7:30 p.m. FMDAT Mississippi County Council of PTA meeting at Dell Methodist Church. Registration begini at 9:30 a.m. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. Friday Club meting with Mrs. S E. Tune. Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. Etlon W. Kirby for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. W. L. Horner Is co- hostess. LaFinesse Club meeting with Mrs Robert Thompson. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting Cotillion Club having monthly dance at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Jack .Caudra, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler and Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Fair. NEW CRUISE WEAR — The vivid colors used in these dresses.for a winter vacation typify this year's cruise wear. Pure Irish linen sheath (left) in turquoise has fill-in neckline trim,of satin. The print (right) Is royal blue and .white in a pure silk shantung. Top is cut. with wide' neckline and tiny sleeves. Both designs are from five-thirty p.m. Mrs. Cure Hostess to Bridge Club Coral gennlumi centered th* luncheon table yesterday when Mrs. E. J. Cure was ho»t«s» to Wednesday Bridge Club. The table was overlaid by a blu* cloth and adding a glow to the centerpiece were blue taper*. Playing with the club were Mri. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Marvin Robinson. Mrs. Taylor won high score m the games with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham winning second high. At the Hospitals Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. George Cox, city. James 'Crasskno, city. Luclan Vernon. city. Chickuawln Hospital Dismissed: Charles Tart, city. Mrs. Doyle Turner, city. Mrs. lone Moses, city. Mrs. Clay Matthews,' Jr., and Walb HoapiUl Dismissed: E. T. Hopper, Steele. Lynzene Rosss, Rt. 2, city. Martha Lorren, Manila. Larry Lorren, Manila. Mrs. Pearl Pitts, city. Mrs. M. L. Rlgsby, city. H. W. Parker, city. Rev. Gearing Speaks at Gosnell PTA The Rev. John Gearing was guest speaker Monday afternoon at the meeting of Gosnell Parent-Teacher Association. 'Is It Well with the Child In the Community," wai the topic of the Rev. Mr. Gearing's addresi. Mrs. BUI Crawford presided over the meeting with Miss L. V. Bolln reading the president's message and Mrs. E. E. Lucius giving the opening prayer. Hugh E. Hudgens gave the devotional. In the social hour, .Mrs. Prances bonner was hostess. Dorcas Circle Has Regular Weekly Meeting Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church held its regular meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jack Rushing with six members and one visitor present. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Rushing, circle chairman, with opening prayer by Mrs. J. J. Johnson. The lesson on "Sanctification" was taught by the Rev. J. J. Johnson, who also dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served by the hostess. MeetingsCanceled Due to Weather Conditions Due to weather conditions two meetings scheduled for tomorrow have been postponed. The Parent-Teacher Association County Council meeting to be held tomorrow at Dell Methodist has been postponed with a date for the meeting to be announced later. The Brotherhood Service to be held at Temple Israel tomorrow evening at 8 p.m., with the members and friends of First Methodist Church as guests ha* been postponed until Friday, Feb. 10. To keep snowy boots and rubber* from dirtying your entrance floor; experiment with a metal container, such as an old tray, vegetable bin or sheared off bread box. A gay re- pint job will make it an unusual and attractive addition. FULLY RECONDITIONED USED MACHINES I ,i ,j . SINGER FLOOR MODELS I ' . SINGER DEMONSTRATORS | As featured aver IV on four Star Playliwse LOOK FOR the guarantee tag—it's your assurance that the SINGER machine you buy has miY RECONDITIONED IT SINOEI-TRAINED EXPERTS WITH WARRANTED SUKER* PARTS. 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If you analyze your walk, you may find that you are resting on each hip and allowing the joint to snap up and lock, at each step. You may find that you are walking with chest and chin forward, rear end quite far behind. If you suspect this fault, you may confirm it when you discover that clothes that fit well in the store always bunch and roll when you wear them later. The most common fault of mature women's walks is a combina-' tion of these two difficulties: settling down and leaning forward. They produce a walk that Is clumping, and which adds .about 10 years and 10 pounds to-the average figure. A good walk is held high, but is not rigid. It feels as though your body and head were resting lightly in a position directly above your pelvic girdle. Your legs don't crumple under your body's weight at each step, but glide along under you. The first great aid to a good walk is concentrating on how It should feel and trying to reproduce that feeling. 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