The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
Page 4
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TmiRSDAT, OCTrtBKR 13, 1938 Miss Mftii« Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News - llnmr Onuial-V IPHifAr * PH( Phone 3-4461 BRIDE— In a ceremony Oct. 8 in Jonesboro Miss Carroll Dowdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sisson Dowdy became the bride of FHppen Burton Whitner, Jr., ' of Blytheville son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Whitner, Sr. F.W. Whitner and Miss Dowdy Exchange Vows in Jonesboro Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sisson Dowdy today announce the marriage of their daughter, Carroll Morton Dowdy, to Flippen Will Burton Whitner, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Whitner, Sr., The wedding was solemnized Oct. 8 Kith the Rev. Ktham Dodgner, pastor of Jonesboro's First Methodist Church, officiating. The vows •were exchanged in the home ot the officiating minister. Mrs. Whitner is a graduate of Blytheville High School where she •was vice-president ol the Garden Club her senior year. She fr the granddaughter of the late Dr .and Mrs. C. E. Carroll of Newport and of Mrs. O. W. Dowdy and the late Mr. Dowdy of Steele. He 18 the grandson of the late Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35« At AH Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature _ AND — Tingling Action'. Cartoon "Serial Lion" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Douhle Feature *yreCHNICQlQK±-\ •ffiiFionui T,^J aura &sM jmm £11** MncjooM auHHMtui CfWaMK* •MTHtHMMN mm MdK Hcrlal M C»»t. Africa" No. « And Cmrloon "Muchado" Dr. and Mrs. W. I*. Howard and Mrs. E. E. Whitner and the late Mr. Whitner of Memphis. The couple will make their home in Jonesboro. Mrs. Kramer To Speak at Woman's Club Mrs. C. T. Kramer of Little Rock will be the guest speaker tomorrow at a meeting of the Women's Club. Program chairman for the afternoon will be Mrs, C. G. Redman, The business session and program will be preceded by a 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon. Round-Table Discussion Held at PTA Twenty-three members were pres- . em yesterday at the meeting of | Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association. The program for the alter noon was a round table discussion on "What Teachers Expect of Parents, ' with Mrs. Curtiss Anderson, Miss Lola Thompson and Miss Gloria Ashmore taking parts. Mrs. Daviu Miles was program chairman. Mrs. Paul Abbott read the president's message and Mrs. Monroe Besharse gave a report on the PTA workshop held in Jonesboro. The devotional was given by Mrs. Clyde Gaines. In the business session conducted by Mrs. J. L. Plunkett plans for the annual Halloween carnival were made with Saturday Oct. 29, set as the date for the event. Chapter D PEG Has First Fall Meeting i Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. | Aubrey Conway entertained with i a luncheon at the Conway home for! the first fall meeting of Chapter D; PEO yesterday. i An arrangement of shades of fall ( flowers was used to center the ( dining table from which the Inn cheon was served. Mrs, James Roy presided over the meeting at which time a report on the PEO convention held in Indianapolis, Ind., was given by Mrs. James C. Guard. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. Jack Hale served as program chairman for the afternoon. She gave a paper on oddities in the news. Ruth Class Elects Officers In an announcement made yesterday by the First Baptist Church concerning the election of officers in the Ruth Class of the Intermediate Department the officers were given incorrectly. Those officers are Jerry Ann Boggs, president; Jeanne Hood, vice-president; Becky Utley, secre tary and Mary Alice Clay, group chairman. • a classic, a city- \ country casual with a \ young styled touch that feels and looks wonderful. Perfection of understate' m«nt in design, «xquisitely executed ... in fabrics qu day's demands — Imported Ridia; fade proofed ootton <*Kom«spun» ribbed crep«; fine line muted striped »o»tate nylon; sheer rayon flannel - '• wondw/ul varied Fall Shade4 ... i Slender Dress Takes to Elegant Fabrics By GAILE DUGAS skirts bur it's basic to high fashion. XKA Women's Editor This vertical, sleek and sophisU-; NEW YORK — (NEA) — The! cateci line is seen both daytime and slim shaf: of a dress is important It's feminine and ::'s flat-. to all fashion this fall and winter. It hasn't entirely crowded out full Bits of News j Wottly Phonal] Mr. and Mrs, pisk Miles, Sr., of j Dallas, Tex., were guests Tuesday j of All's. C. W. Ramey. i Condition of Roy Woods, who is; a patient in Chicknsawba Hospital.! is reported to be satisfactory. Warren Allen is a patient in BE tist Hospital, Memphis. Lt. and Mrs. J. C. Droke, Jr., and j infant son, who have been at Fort j Knox, Ky., spent last week here | visiting his mother, Mrs. Mar;;' Droke, and his sister, Mary Jane Droke. They were en rout to St. Marks, Tex., to make their future home. Mrs. Orlie Parker. Mrs. Darren' Lunsford and Mrs. Phillip Deer were | in Parkin yesterday to attend a dis-j trict PTA meeting. i Mrs, Bill Hardinu. Mrs. Jim Fowl- '• er, Mrs. lAician Gaint's and Mrs. J. j D. Katnion were in Memphis yes-i :eriru. It's done in jersey or velvet or silk brocade or wool with rab- i 1 terdav to visit Mrs. F. E. Rose, who i has been a patient in Methodis: • Hospital. She is no\v staying at 1256 Union and undergoing treatment at' the hospital. • Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old will be in 1 LiiUe Rock Saiurday 10 attend ihe ; Arkansas-Texas football game. t Mrs J. C. Ellis and Mrs. M. N.' Nunn lett this morning for Gulfpori-, Miss., m visit relatives. Members of Blytheville Junior i Auxiliarj' in Helena today to attend | a regional meeting are Mrs. Oscar j Pendler. national president, and \ Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., national cor- ; responding secretary. Chapter members aitending are Mrs. W. T. Rain- \vater, Mrs. B. P. Brogdon. Mrs. Robert G. McHaney and Mrs. W. S. Rader. , R. A. Warren is in Atlanta, Ga., on business. bit's hair. While the slender line remains unchanged, the appearance varies greatly with the fabric used. In the fall and winter collection of designer Hannah Troy, this slim ine is expressed in elegant fabrics. We show den* her cocktail sheath in luxurious silver silk brocade. Pom-pom dress i,right') by this same designer is in biuersw wool with high neckline that has pull-through ending in pom-poms. Shouiders are dropped and narrow; skirt has side pockets. < Photographed in the apartment of Harold M. Schwartz, Interior Architect.) Have you checked with your local appliance man about whether to distill water for use in the steam iron? It's a good idea to find out what his opinion of the regional water hardnes is before you wreck a good appliance. Although it is an inland city, Chicago handles more waterborne traffic than the Panama Canal. A corduroy suit has a long life for a schoolgirl. If it's bought in 3 . lu-h: pastel, it can go through dye- in:; each winter till it winds up its' life as a black suit. It's new each '. year and the knee and elbow fading ! th;?: corduroy undergoes is con-, Lrr.ied. ' I DOCTORS -v KNOW •»••»•• . .. this specialized aspirin for children is made to best fit children's needs! '- 1/l/edtor FAMILY SHOE STORE 1312 W, Main Autumn Arrives in Style .. . with a flurry of bright new details and colors ... a new soft feel that puts a smile in your step ... with th« new in straps and sling! and pumps. Come ohoo*c a flattering pair from our Red Cross Shoe oolldotion for fall t «if jolting brand of fin* footwear in fia world. &tyf*» from TMi pr*4v*t SOB M 4 City Bridge Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Several of Blyiht?vil!o's Bridge Clubs met yesterday. Wednesday .bridge Club met a; the home of Mrs, E. J. Cure with Mrs. Walter Morrow as ^ Airs. Cure used to center her luncheon table an arrangement of bronze chrysanthemums. Bridge .winners were Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Hiuuer Sims. Mrs. Herb Rhode entertained PS 1 Bridge Club at her home yesterday • with A dessert-bridge. Guests of the club was Mrs. Dick Bednar. Mrs. John Prather won high in the games, Mrs. Bednar. second high;. Mrs. Everett I. Clark, bndgo and Mrs. John Hickey, traveling. The hostess used fall flowers to decorate her entertaining rooms. Homing Pigeon Gets tost MATTOON III. M"- -If the piseon club of Clcvdiuicl, Ohio. is mis.smn n:io piiU'on \vi:li band number "A. 11. 52-L.U.33" ancf a ing marked "U 948," tlie bird is in the hands of Mrs. H.trvi'.v Snydt-r She told poiiiv that '.he pi'-u'on landed in her yard nr.d showed no simis of want- ms to Vnvf. riUY-'.!:i::i!'.o:i showed it \vas one of 1,800 homing pigeons released fur the annual 500-mile pigeon derby which star:.'; in Matioon and ends in C'lovolaiid. in Nunn wore winners, A dessert course preceded the Members of TLE Bridge Club were entertained at the Razorback last night by Mrs. J. F. Scrape. Mr?. Robert Blaylock, Mrs. Joe Hughes and Mrs. Maurice Sanders were all guests. 1 High scorers in the games were Mrs." Otto Scrape, high, Mrs. W. J. Cupples, second high and Mrs. Blaylock, bridge. Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. wsis guest when Mrs. Paul Jobe was hostess to C'ub Eight. Mrs. Jesse White won high and bridgo . in the , games with second hieh going to her sister, Mrs. R. C. Allen. 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