The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 23, 1954
Page 4
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?AOI FOUK BLYTHEV1LLB (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS Miat Ifillit Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News llnrv ftnHpfru Rrh'tnr f Phone 3-4461 Six Weeks' Series Completed By Bridge League A five-table Kowell Movement •was played by members of the Country Club Bridge League last night to end a six week's series. Winners in the games played last night were Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, first with 47 points; Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mrs. Henry Humphreys, second with 45 points and" Mrs. O.'W. McCutchen and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, third with 37% points. 3te the six week's series winners were Mrs, C. W. Afflick first with * 57.2 percentage and Mrs. McCutchen second wish a 57.07 per* ccntage. Mrs. Humphreys was third with 55.7 per cent, and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin was fourth wife a 55.5 percentage. Alpha Alpha Sorority Meets In Boggs Home The Alpha, Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. E. L. Boggs last night with Mrs. Bill McLeod as co-hostess. Mrs. Jack Owens presided over •fce. business session when plans were made for the rush season. -A program on : "Rushing" was presented by Mrs. Roland Bishop, Mrs. Harold Stockton, Mrs, McLeod, Mrs. Boggs.. Mrs. Perry Darby, Miss Billie Sue Burks and Mrs.: Elmer Norman. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostesses served refreshments. CIB Bridge Club Conducts Meeting Mis* Jeyetfce Claare Huffman entertained members of the CIB Bridge Club Tuesday night at her home. The entertaining rooms where the guests-were seated was decorated •with arrangements of lilies and asters. In the bridge games winners were Mrs. W. • H. O*Keefe,, high, Mrs. Johnson _Blackwell, a guest of the group, second high, and Mrs. TTtho Barnes, bridgo. A salad course was served by the hostess at the conclusion of tRe tames. CARUTHERSVILLE FAIR QUEEN — Miss Betty Sue Ellis of Caruthersville and Portageville, .Mo., will reign as queen of the Caruthersville Fair, Oct. 6-10. Miss Ellis was chosen by a panel of three judges ^from a field of 17 entrants from 10 towns. She is employed as a secretary by a Caruthersville accounting firm. Her parents; ; .Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Ellis, reside in Portageville. Norman Shain of Caruthersville was in charge of this year's contest. At the Hospitals Blythevtile Hospital Dismissed: Claude Holmes, Tyler, Mo. Betty Cooper, city Mrs. Lonnie Reese, city Chickacsawba Hospital Dismisseed: Mrs. Charles P. Phillips an< baby, city Billy Ray, city Frank Sparks, city Mrs. Gene Poole and baby, city Shirley Gordon, city James Sewell, Peters Landing, Tenn. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Delores Morrow and baby, city,. ' Mrs. Freddy Matheny and baby, city Joe Blount, Madena, Cah-f, .ange PTA Conducts Meeting The Parent-Teacher Association o.t Lange School met at the school yesterday, afternoon. An executive board meeting preceded the general meeting. Mrs. Walter Day presided over the business session when the fa- caulty members were • introduced by Mrs. Charles Perm, principal of the school, and executive board Mrs. members were introduced by Day. .'.:'•'•'• The devotional was given by Mrs, Robert Wade and Mrs. Harry Bradley introduced Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, who was guest speaker for the afternoon. At the conclusion of the meeting, refreshments were served. Keep your elbows as white as the rest of your arms by rubbing them occasionally with a half of lemon. Wash them with a suds-soaked brush and apply hand cream lavishly. MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blythevilie Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements 20th Century-Fox's production in THURS.. & FRI. Double Feature with David Oaue • Directed atid art vt*c«K Mzfe I// —AND— " KID MONK BARONI Bruct CABOT Mona KNOX ALSO CARTOON Takes you beyond the treacherous torrents of Los Concheros. beyond the Iqnd of ftie Block Sond! COOPER~PP £ as HOOKER |K|/ ® m f\g **/ them SUSAN Hff, like a HAYWARDI^ W « IEAH I»jP place... RICHARD Kf t»M? WIDMARK 1 ^ *' « F/SKE trespass into the (SRPJEN OF TECHNICOLOR toJlitj»aiidti^iU-TR»CE. HICH-FIOEUTT STEjEOfHOHJC SOUK * HUGH MARLOWE - CAMERON MITCHELL CHARLES BRACKET!- HENRY HATHAWAY ^^ t, FRANK FENTON Nm i Stcry Dy f :i<J I tttotntf md Williim TunMf j Par. News It Cinemascope Short 'Fartwtfl Symphony' W p. Mrs. E. J. Cure is in Texarkana to be with her father who is a patient in a hospital there. Mrs. Josiah Port of Clarksville, Term., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Sr. Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., and Mrs. Tom A. Little, Sr., are spending several days in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Patton and daughter have moved to Gastonia, N. C., to make their home. Mr. Patron will buy cotton there. Mrs. John Caudill is spending several days with her parents in Elgin, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer are attending the Home Show Week in Dallas, Tex. Guests of Mr. and Mrs.. A. G. Little are their daughters, Mrs. J. K. Garner, of Fayette, Miss., and Mrs. Cecil Oliver, and son, Drew, of West Memphis, and their son, Hamilton E. Little, who is judge of the chancery court in Memphis. Miss Hazel Linsman Who has spent the past two months here with her mother, Mrs. Zola Lins-man, left Monday by plane for Munich, Germany,, where she is the supervisor of the .cost accounting section of the post engineers. Mrs. J. C. Roach is ill Memphis today to Sreturn her husband home. He has been a patient in Kennedy Veterans Hospital - there for the past 45 days. Mr. Roach is reported to be improved. Mrs. H. L. Chambers is in Monroe, La., where she is visiting her daughter, Mrs.- E. G. Snipes, Mr. Snipes and family. She was motored to' Louisiana by Quincy Alexander over the Week end. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mann and are HOLLAND NEWS By Mr*. Vom Workman In an exchange of demonstrations at the last meeting of the Culbertson ' Homemaker's Club, Mrs. Witt Smith showed how to make copper-tooled pictures to the Hermondale Negro 4-H Club leader, Marjorie Lumpkins, and Guisie Steele, 4-H Club member, Guisie in turn giving a demonstration on sewir»T seams to the Homemaker's Club. During a business session the Culbertson Club gave a donation to the Hermondale 4-H Club. It is a requirement of the State Extension Department' that extension clubs help in some way to support a 4-H club. Mrs. Witt Smith, hostess for the afternoon, served refreshments. • Bobby Smith and his Sunday a roller-skating party at Hayti Tuesday night.. Bobby is substitut-' ing as teacher for Mrs. Byron Holly while she is with Mr. Holly in St. Louis. Students who have entered the fall term of college include: at the University of Missouri, Judith Cohoon, Larry Reid, Kenneth Collins and Harry Brown,_ II; , at Southeast Missouri "'State"College,' Tony Little, Lydel Brinkle, Raymon Kenley, Edna Ruth Grey, Doris Correll, Sammy Kenley;' at Murray State College, Martha Cohoon; at Arkansas State College, Monda Duvall. Mrs. Arnold Moon was hostess for the Town and Country Club Wednesday night. At bridge played during the evening, Mrs. .Louis Hester won high score, ; Mrs. Joe Coleman second, and Mrs. Moon bridgo. Mrs. Moon served refreshments. Mrs. ; Chris Wentzell of. Cooter was a guest. Byron Holly will remain in Barnes Hospital for two more weeks undergoing treatment. Mrs. daughter of Torrance, Calif. the guests of their parents, Mr. j Holly, who came, home for the and 'Mrs. J. A. Lloyd, and Mr. and weekend, returned Sunday to be Mrs. Cecil Mann. : Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hubchinson of Chicago are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes. Judy Whitney of Manila, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Guy "Whitney, is spending the w^ek here visiting Pannda Langston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston. Miss Billie G. Maim of Oscepla has been elected chorister of the Young Women's Auxiliary at .Ouachita Baptist College in Arkadelphia where she is a student.' Mrs. J. A. Bryant is leaving tomorrow for Newbern, Term., where she will join friends and. they will motor to New Orleans for several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves left this afternoon for Fort- Hood, Tex., where they will be the guests of Sgt. and Mrs. Wade Reeves and son. Mrs. Holland Aiken and Mrs. Edna with him. 'Witt Smith, Jr., returned home Friday after spending the week in Memphis with his- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith,. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little drove to Cape Girardeau Sunday taking their son, Tony, back to college af- Arrington of Memphis have returned from a week's vacation spent in Pensacola and Panama City, Fla. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook left today for Port Hood, Tex., where she will be the guest of her son, Cpl. James B. Westbrook, Mrs. Westbrook and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Phillips are the parents of a daughter born Saturday at Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips have two other children.; Harriet Haines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines, is her home on Adams Street. t«r his spending the weekend wit them. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder a tended the Cape County Fair a Cape Girardeau Thursday. The went by way of Gordonville t take Mr. Kinder's parents with them. Marcus Harris and wife left fo their home in Seattle, Monday after spending the past two week with Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harri and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McClain of Bonne Terre, Mo., were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs Charles Cohoon and family. Bobby Smith, accompanied Charles Jonhson of Steele, attend ed the Youth Rally at Memphi this past week. Mrs. James V. Oates of Blythe ville visited with her sister, Mrs Myrtie Scott, and Mrs. Voris Workman Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Hampton and daugh ters, Mary Joe and Toni Rose were in Memphis today, Toni go ing down for a medical checkup. Sherry Parrish, daughter of Mr and Mrs. .Lowell.Parrish, was bit ten by a dog last week. The ani mal is being kept penned and watched for symptoms of rabies. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Pinkston o Rector. Ark., were weekend vis itors in the home of their daugh ter, Mrs. Billy Singleton, and family. . •'•.<•• Mr. arid Mrs. Gardner Norrid were in Dumas, Ark,, the pas week moving,a family. They had a breakdown" of their truck anc had to remain in Dumas for the weekend waiting for- parts from Little Rock. Katherine Rose Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor was guest of honor at a party on her llth birthday Saturday after noon. Fifteen guests were presen and enjoyed an- afternoon . of games. Refreshments were served Rayburn Lindsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Lindsey, celebrated his ninth -birthday Sunday afternoon when a number of 'friends, gath OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE? Thursday and Friday uitforgettabte as the immortal GLENN MILLER adorable 09 the girt kt twept off ktr feet STORY MOOIflJGHT SERENADE UTUE BROWN JW THE WOO PENNSYLVANIA tSOQO STRING OF PCMLS TUXEDO JUNCTION CMTONOOM CHOfrCHOO > OttfiUSORMC-GEOMEIOBVIS FIUIKQUNtFlM'lMIISMIISTm- PLUS THREE CARTOONS After, playing games and opening p r e's e h t s refreshments were served. Mrs. Noble Capehart is under going treatment at Memphis. Coming Events THURSDAY The YWA of the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Howard Caldwell at 7:30 p.m. Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church has potluck supper at church at 7 p. m. The nursery wiU be open. FRIDAY The Woman's Club meets at the club house at 1 pjn. for a covered dish luncheon. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At AH Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Hear TEX BENEKE and the GLENN MILLER BAND 15th Notional Cotton Picking Contest COTTON BALL Friday - October 1,1954 Country Club Women Finish Health Room "Health condition" activities are being resumed at the Country Club for its feminine members. The "For Ladies Only" room" has been arranged in the basement, to 1 where the exercise bicycle and vib- raijng table have been moved. l£rs. P. D. Foster, Sr., has been appointed chairman of the committee in charge of this activity by Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, president,of the Ladies of the Club. •;'•• NON-FATTENING! Sweetens Instantly Contains NO Svgor Us* Easy to —AND— Lloyd Brabara BRIDGES & PEYTON EXPLOSIVE ACTION) TRAPPED ALSO CARTOON II FRI. S & SAT. Double Feature FAR-FLUNG ADVINTURE! GungaDin CiTY GRANT-VICTOR WcUOLEN _D|UeUS FAIRBANKS.* JOAN FONTAINE*(tBoiVcuRDtiu fri* ftUDYMO KIPLIKfS F»IR "SU.14* DIN" —AND— ZMt GREYS ThtUGNTof SerM "Gtmfighfers" No. 11 & Cartoon AT HAYS as sten in GLAMOUR Costume-On-The-Go, City Edition Completely self-sufficient, ell this dress and jacket need are eacTi other to.cover the town, beginning now! Components of this Toni Todd costume —a jewel neck sheath dress, cut to a surprising ease, rich in stitched detail. And over it, a tweed-influenced jacket, newly swaggered. Dress is Hess-Goldsmith Dyne-Mite, rayon and dynel" blend. Jacket is Smooth Stuff, brushed rayon, acetate and cotton blend. Both fabrics blissfully crease-resistant and practically seasonless. Oxford, mustard, brick or aqua. Sizes 10 to 20. •t ittfi in SfVENTEEN A-Plus Raring For Stripes Foe anytime between here and suit weather ... Vicky CBWwer to changing seasons!; Rich, ripe stripes in Fall colors, wearing a belled chain under the perky collar. Winged sl**ve*. a wonderful •width of slrirt. J. P. Stevens' Highland Park Tnewwear woven cotton. Preahrunk..Ombre striped red, gold, blue, brown or AH with grey and Mack. Sites 7 to IS.

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