The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 17, 1955
Page 4
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PAGE FOU1I BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER IT, 198S - Society News - ;„ A«« Mollnrv Snpipt-.v tfHitnr » Phc Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Max Usrey Is Elected President Of Cotillion Club at Meeting Max Usrey was elected president of Cotillion Club Saturday night in a business meeting preceding the monthly dance of the club. Other officers to serve with Mr. -fr— • Usrey are Mrs. Richard Becker.! Bits of News Wlotfy tas N Sec e . Is Won By _r -.. I "^ Mrs. Cbamblin vice-presideni: John Osburne, sec-! fVy, \\Tppl? 0 retary, and Eric Whitley, treasur- i->»*V rr tt/v iji Plantation Room of Hotel'Noble |p 1/1//1I7 ASA) where the stfair was held was dec- ' ' VV nil, IJ V orated in Halloween colors of orange and black. The refreshment table was centered with a large black witch stirring vivid shades of fall flowers in a cauldron. This was flanked by orange tapers in hurricane lamps Other arrangements of fall flowers were used about the room. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. M. s. Yates, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. and Mrs. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whitis, Mr. and Mrs R. E. Green and Mr. and Mrs, Freeman Robinson. Noble Gill Pontiac Agency em- I jjioyiTs and t.heir stiu'.sis were enter- | lamed at the firm wiih a fish fn j Friday night. j Mr. nnci -Sirs. R. P. McCa.sIir. ha\e ] as their houses ut'st Mrs. Era Wilson j oi Fort Worth and \Veatheriord, | Ladies Day To Be Held At Country Club Ladies of the Country Club will entertain with a luncheon Thursday, 1 o'clock, for tlie monthly Guest Day. Mrs. J. A. Leech, chairman of the hostess committee, has asked these members also to serve: Mrs. Aubrey Conway, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson, Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. J. E. Dicks. A Harvest-time theme is to be used for this affair, which will be followed by bridge and canasta games. A number of guests are expected. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin *on the Duplicate Bridge League Six-Week Series which ended with a Howell movement Saturday. Second place winner was Mrs. •S. E. Tune and Mrs. Russell Phillips won third place. In the game played Saturday. Mrs. Chamblin and Mrs. Phillips were first with second place going to Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins. Coming Events Mr. and Mrs. McCaslin had as vveeeknd guests Mr, and Mrs. Sam ! Coble of Rutherford, Tenn., Mr. I ' and Mrs. Billy Duck n! Chicago and j | S Sgt. and Mrs. John D. McCashn j 1 and daughter Kaihy of Belleville. • ', 111. i - MIS. G. W. Pyle> .ind Mrs. W. J. ! Pollard reuirned la si night, from i several days visii in St. Louis. j Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Steve i>son j and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hill were j among Biyiheville residents in Little j Rock Saturday to attend ihe Arkan- ! sas-Texas football yarne. : ; M'rs. Marvin Lan,e iv;ts in Mem- ' ; phi.s Saturday to motor her husband j home. He LS a patient in Kennedy j [ Veteran Hospital and is home on a j anfj Jurisdictional Mission Said on Amer.can Indians 7:30 to 9 p.m., T. M. Richardson Mrs. Lillian Rhea and Miss Ruth Shuttlesworth of Memphis were weekend Euest.s of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richardson Blytheville residents in Memphis First Methodist Church. Mildred Matthew Circle meeting with Mrs, Gerald Adams. 7:30 p.m , , h . Rose Marlowe Circle meeune a "? ' ? u f" ers ' with Mrs L D Marr, 7:30 p.m. : Bljthelille 11 Manon'cook Circle meeting with < over . the . weekend to attend home- Mss Donna Bohannon. 7:30 p.m. laming at Memphis State M.M, IJUIIIM ^ UESDAY ' . were Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Scott, whose Juni6r High PTA meeting at 3 Daughter.'Pat, is a freshman at the pm. preceded by executive board; Allege, Mr and Mrs Paul Jobe, neeting at 2'30 pm whose daughter Sue is also a fresh- THAT SLIM LOOK — The slim line of fall, expressed in three different ways, is a flattering one. Richard Cole uses it (left) in a boucle woo! jersey sheath with wide neckline jeweled in pearls, crystals anci rhinestones. White satin sheath by Elfreda (center) is fastened with jeweled buttons, topped by black coat in ribbed faille lined in the white satin. This could go to dinner, the theater, or an evening party. Ensemble from Richard Cole (right) has lined box jacket over lon^-waisted boucle knit jersey dress in gray, striped in red and black. Jacket has jeweled buttons. ™" «««-.n<i Mr! and Mr,'Marcus Galnes. whose daughter Bertha Ann For superformal wear, an occa- eion when you want to look just right, don't try to wear your daytime coat over an evening gown. Borrow a- long evening coat or cape. A fur coat, naturally, will do. Armstrong Circle meetini with Mrs. Mary Lyons, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting 1E a sophomore and was a maid to with Mrs. E. M. Regenold. ,' te homecoming football queen. Trl-Town Club meets with Mrs. ! Jer T Null, student at the Umver- James C Guard :sit - v °' Arkansas, spent the weekend CIS Bridge Club meets with : here visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs Harold Nunn. ! Mrs - B . vr ° n Nall < Country Club Bridge League! Harold Wright and Patty Wright, meeting : a ' so students at the University, spent American Legion Auxiliary ! the weekend here visiting their par- meeting ients. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Wright. Jurisdictional Mission Study on' American Indians. 7:30 to 9 p.m., First Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lendennie announce the birth of a son at Chickasawba Hospital Sunday. Nil'. ' Newest In Separates 8324 JO-20 Sue Burnett Ideal team-mates for a busy new season — simple tailored blouse with .sleeves or sleeveless, and a button-trimmed skirt. Pattern No. 832-1 is in sizes 10, 12, 14. Ifi. 18. 20. Size 12. blouse, 2 14 yards ol 35-inch; skirt, 1 7,£ yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your mum;, address, size desired, stnri I IIP PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Blytheville Courier Nt:\vs. 372 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago 6. 111. The nc-v. ial! k Winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine :s (illcd with nL- tractive, sou-easy styles to deMght beginner and exjii-rt. Don't miss it —send 25 cents today for your copy. Wake Up Tired? because of odd stomach at night? : Tg*e 2 TUMS K * "Night-np" If you feel exhausted and "draggcc out" mornings, try this simple way to avoid refdevi nights due K) excess siomach acid, just «it 2 Tirms before retiring. S«e if you don't sleep becter — feel fresher next day. Tum.i neutralize excess mdd/att. Always keep Turns handy to counteract acid indigestion, heartburn., Get a roll right now. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sig- and Mrs. Lendennie also have a ma Phi having joint business meet- j daughter. Gennnie. age twn. Mrs. ing and bridge-canasta party in j Lendennie is the former Mary Fran- Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, 7:30; ces Crawford of Dell. p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Utho ] Donald Hickman, who recently Barnes and Mrs. R. A. Geary. !received his doctor of philosophy de- Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sig- gree at t.ho university of Illinois, ma Phi having pledge ritual at [Champagne, 111., spent several days home of Miss Millie .Ann Mallory, last week here visiting his mother, 7:30 p.m. : Mrs. E. B. Thomas and Mr. Thomas. Mr. Hirkman is a graduate of Ely- Tri-Hi-Y ;Have Retreat : The Tri-Hi-Y boys and uirls of . the Blytheville Y spent yesterday j at Grider Park in a retreat making the WEDNESDAY Jurisdictional Mission Study, on Americnn Indians, 7:30 to 9 p.m., First Methodist Church. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Charles Langs ton. TLE BrldRe Club being entertained by Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Wednesday Bridge,. Club meets with Mrs. R- H. Kirby. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Pasy Gentry. ,.„ _._. ., , Duplicate Bridge League meet- p i ans fo] . lheir ch|b _ s dunng ing- ! next year. Miss Pattye June Davis enter; Thfl Devotional was in c-harpe of talninp GEO Club- Diivirt Holt with Donna Sue Kins Thursday Contract Club meeting : ] eiuii , lp tne smmnif. Others on the with Mrs. Edgar Borum. program were Max Porter James Corps of Engineers Womans Club RoRCrs ;incl oelores Linn meets, with Mrs. John Shaddix and T1]e c]llbs Ino[ bpfoi . e hmch m m _ Mrs. Elmer Norman as hostesses. div[dlial Croups and diseased what Joycettcs meeting. | Hi . y flnc j Tri-Hi-Y meant to them Ladies of Country Club havniR | :>IK , Us purposo hl the community Guest Day at club at 1 p.m. j Aftcr lunch Ulp Uvo )S cm Mld-Week Club boiiiR entertnmcdj another session jn ]lttpmptlnB to by Mrs. Harry W. Humes m R hli B ht the major events of the Chiilion Club meeting with Mrs, yc , nr . s ' activities The clubs were accompanied on the retreat by Miss Melba Marion of the Blytheville High School, Miss Margaret Wright and J. P. Garrott S. E. Torjusen. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. George Hubbard, .Jr. FlUDAY Friday Club meeting with Mrs .'r.-ies C. Guard. Chapter N, PEO, having 1 p.m. luncheon at home of Mrs. Harry W. Hnines with Mrs. Harry A. Haines ,as co-hostess. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. I,oy Wrlrh. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. of the Biythevilie Y. theville High School and received j his. bachelor of science degree at the j University of Missouri. He received j his musters degree at the Univer- , sity of Illinois also, ' Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Hartwig of j Kansas Ciiv, Mo,, announce the birth of twins, a boy and girl. Dr. and Mrs. Harnviq have two other children. Duvid and Freddy. Mrs. Hartwi£ is the former Miss Louise Rice, .daughter of Mr, and Mrs. L. I. Rice of Blvtheville. Mr. and Mr.?. Ru.ssel! C. Parr were I in Memphis yesterday to visit War- j ren Allen, who is a patient in Baptist i Hospital. | Mr. Allen's uondiiiondition Is re- j ported to be much improved. j Kemp Wlvsonh'.mt was also in : Memphis ye;-tesd:iy to visit Mr.' ; Allen. | ! Mr. and Mrs. Jot? Trieschmann, , Mr. and Mrs. Ear! Buckley and Mr. ! and Mr:-. W. !. Malm spent the ; 1 weekend at Kentucky Lake. Mrs. Elton Kirby is .undergoing ( treatment a! Chirkasawba Hospital ' for fractured ribs. She is in room B-25. Lrroy Huddles ton is undergoing treatment a! Chi(k;'.sa\vba Hospital., He is in Room B-1S). Mrs. T. J. Mahan is in Chickasaw- j ba Hospital. Room C-5. following i a fall Saturday. | Condition nf Mrs. Aliie Hardy, j who is a patient in Chickasawba j Hospital, is reported to be unchang- : eri, | Mr. and Mrs. Charley Krutz. Mrs. i John Krutz and Mrs. Freeman Huey and dnueliter, Jo Ann. spent yesterday in Memphis visiting E. S. Knit?., who is a patient in Baptist Hospital. Condition of Mr. KruU. who is in Room 516, is reported to be unchanged. Mrs. Harry P.tiiMmi returned to hnr home here after hnvnit; i;n- dercnnr minor sni'ijcry at Bnptist Hospital in Memphis last week. She was motored homo by Mrs. Sansom. The condition of Mrs. F. E. Ro.^e is unchanged. She is a patient at Methodist Hospital, but has a rot- tage at I25fi Union Avenue. They have asked all visitors to limit their visits to one, hour. a Goal To Work Toward The ability to set a goal, keep n in sight, and work toward it persistently, and efficiently is one ol tlu 1 factors indicating mental health, according to psychologist Dr. Frank Ban-on of the University of California. Boredom is one of the greatest threats to marriage. One of the best ways for a couple to avoid being bored with their life together is for them to always be working toward some goal they both think is worthy of their combined efforts. That is probably why boredom so often comes along In a couple's middle years. If they have achieved most of the <<oals they set in the early years of their marriage and have neglected to keep setting up new goals their life together doesn't have much purpose. Mrs. Lawrence There-is no stimulus and no excitment to going ahead along month after month and year after year without any striving to achieve something important. And a married couple never feels so much like a team as when thev are working together to reach a goal. If your own marriage seems dull or if you seem to have lost some j of your enthusiasm for living or if you aren't looking forward to any \ need is a worth-while goal. sight in the distance it rimy be • When couples start drifting thr- ihat what you and your marriage j oush life they often start drifting Choked Up Cold? Cour r New.-, Classified Ads WITH A When you put on R sheer blouse, be sure that the lingerie under it is right. Your slip should match the blouse in color, have H camisole top and be immaculate. (7; T Relieve suffering with /ICKS 'VAPORUB GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT First Blytheville Showing Also Cartoon 'Devil May Have' —= A REPUBLIC PSOOUCTION = * TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature CARTOON "COOKIN' WITH GAGS" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times Northeast' Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Monday & lues. October 17-18 His BIG NEW ROLE i PETE KELLY iS BLUES JANET, EDMOND LEIGH OBRIEN PEGGY LEE LAST ThMES TONIGHT Double Feature METRO NEWS tlUFITTCEMlfl TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature JAMES STFWART NORTHSIDE _ AND — "SWAMP VIRGIN" Cartoon "Spring For Thoma*" Fast, Pleasant: Relief for ^MUSCLE PAIN Best You Can Ge\...m MMfff WHffYOUPff Do As Millions Do.. Make St. Joseph Aspirin Your 1st Choice 200 Tablets 79< • 100 Tablets 494 • 12 Tablets 10* AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Dorothy Drcwry Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Uitz i Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest- to see "Gorilla at Large" At Tlx Hospitals Cliti'kasawba Hospital Di.smi.sseU: Mrs. J. R Bcuslcy. city Mrs. William G. Kinder, city Edwnrd A. Mitchell, city Cnrrlllo Jose. Manila Jake Duncan, Manila Mrs. L. Berry, Holland Walls Hospital Dismissod: Clyde Talkinston. Steele Tlmnnan Pnie, City Miss Bobbie BlncB, Dell Wanda L. Berry. Steele Mrs. E. E. Allen. Hornersville Mrs. Odell Mlclcllcton, Dell Good Sa mart ion Of Modern Day ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. i,Pt—Waller Monarty knows where to come the next time he needs help. Driving home to New York from California, he told the Albuquerque Tribune, he blew out a tire and had no funds with which to buy a new one. An Aibunuerque man, known to Moriarty only as a construction worker named Hastings, took the tourist into Albuquerque, paid for tire repairs and then drove Monariy bark to his stalled car and strnnc'.i'd family. Mortany so far has had no luck finding his benefactor to repay him. apart. Picking out a goal and heading toward it, can slop the driftinfi before it takes the dangerous course of drifting apart. 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