The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 27, 1956
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PAGE TWO BLTnnSVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY. JANUARY 27,19B6 - Society News — .. A,— llnllon- CnniaKr KMHnr * PflC Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 GUEST DESIGNERS — Walter Munding, Jr., of Memphis and George Muir and Charles Kinningham of Blytheville (left to right) will be guest designers when the Arkansas Florist Association holds its spring convention here tomorrow and Sunday. Arkansas Florists Association To Hold Spring Convention Here The Arkansas Florist Association will hold its spring meeting here Saturday and Sunday. It will be the first meeting of this association to ever be held in Northeast Arkansas. Hostesses for the meeting will be | Arkansas Florist, Telegraph Delivery Unit Number Nine which will include Allen's Flowers, the Flower Shop and Dollies Flowers of Blytheville. Chares Kinningham of Blytlie- Mrs. Kinman New Member Of Circle Two Mrs. Ralph Kinman was a new member last night when Circle Two of Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Alethodlst Church met at the home of Mrs. Ed Evans. Eight members attend the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. H. M. Sanford with Mrs. Evans conducting the business session. Mrs. Paul Lipford served as program chairman with Mrs. Mam-ice Sanders, Mrs- George Shanks, Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Edward Stiles assisting her. The devotional was given by Mrs. Kenneth Poff. Gay Patchwork Apron 8363 32-46 By Sue Burnett Use colorful pieces from your work basket to trim this handy bib style apron. It's the perfect gift for showers, bazaars. Pattern No. 8263 is in sizes 32, 34. 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. Size.34, 2 7 ; yards of 35-inch; 1 yard contrast, or scraps. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your nnme, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the spring &: summer *66 issue of Basic FASHION, our pattern catalog that contains a variety of attractive, up to the minute styles for all size ranges. THE BROADWAY SMASH HIT! ville and student at Mississippi State College, George Muir of Bly- ihevilie and Walter Munding, Jr., of Memphis will be guest designers. Hotel Noble will serve as meeting place for the school with registration to begin at 5 p.m. Saturday. Saturday evening, a social hour will be held. The design school is to begin at 9:30 Sunday morning. The group wiU adjourn at 10:30 to attend church and return 12:15 at which time a luncheon will be held. Another design school will be held from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. with a business clinic to conclude the two-day affair. Harold Bennett of Nashville, Tenn., will serve as moderator. The three guest designers represent a number of years in the florist profession. Mr. Kinningham has worked in this profession approximately seven years including work here and Stark ville. Mr. Muir has been in the flower business a number of years. His work began with Mrs. E. J. Heator.. He has appeared on several design schools. Mr. Munding has been in the business since 1937. He started his career in California and after serving in the Navy moved to Memphis where he is now associated with Friedel and Wade. He also has appeared in several design schools. Chicago Was the first city to pass a compulsory pasteurization law in 1908. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 1.5c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature THE STORY OF THE PRISON MMttHK k»f |M Hie tufa's Knst seaatim'. me nm> It M — AND — -WILLIAM BOYD1 BHS Auditorium Tonight 7:30 p.m. Serial "Sea Hound" No. 6 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY VtCE-ANB-VIOLENCE EXPOSE! CMFIDENMi; _ mtua (MOB • now wit • ««R«I xmu •(Mum-leal* MM --.MM MI * «. ' PLUS METRO NEWS AND 2 COLOR CARTOONS Mrs. Moore Entertains With Drop-In New Members Initiated Into Altrusa Club Mrs. J. M. Walls. Mrs. Jeff Hester and Mrs. Virgie Mae Geary were initiated as new members of the Altrusa Club last night when the club held a dinner-meeting in Colonial Room oi Hotel Noble. Fourteen members and two visitors, Mrs. Joan Strong of Memphis, former vice-president of In : ternational Altrusa, and Mrs. Maurice Abel of Fort Smith, were present. The meeting was opened with the Altrusa Blessing. Mrs. Strong spoke to the group on Altrusa Clubs, their aims and purposes. She especially stressed duty to community service- and complimented the Blytheville club or its golden age project. This project stresses the importance of looking after aged people in trying to adjust them to maturity, such as providing them with j.vo>'k. Mrs. Strong urged members to attend conventions in order to learn of Altrusans as a whole. Repeating of the Altrusa Benediction dismissed the group. Miss Long Complimented With Party Mrs. Boyce Moore entertained Another in a series o,f parties with a drop-in at her home jester-1 honoring Miss Sandra Long, bride- day in honor of those who had en- i elect of Pat Smothermon, was given tertained for her daughter, Miss j i as t night. Jimmie Lee Moore, bride-elect ot T [, e affair was a dessert-bridge at Jerrj'Strickland, and friends of the j the home of Mrs. Oscar Fendler family. | with Mrs. B. A. Porter, co-hostess She used on the coffee table in] Potted plants and bridal place- her living room a bride and groom | cards were used by the hostesses, on a styrofoam base encircled with j They presented the honoree a gar- silvered magnolia leaves. j denia corsage and crystal and silver Another arrangement was a sil- compotes. • • vered base to which were attached glittering wedding bells. Accenting this design were pink pompom blossoms. Mrs. T. I Seay and Miss Moore assisted Mrs. Moore in entertaining. Mrs. Alford Entertains Bridge Club Miss Long wore for the occasion a black sheath frock. Mothers of the engaged couple. Mrs. Toby Long and Mrs. Jim Smothermon, were special guests and received carnation corsages. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., won high score in the bridge games, Mrs. Bob Logan, second high, and Mrs. G. O. i Poetz, bridgo. Bits of News t l Among students home from University of Arkansas for semester holidays are Sally Trieschman, Jan and Linda Rayder, Nancy Dixon, Sam Lum, Gailya Stilwell, Bob Childress, Beauton Stallings, Billy Gilbow, Milly Ann Bradley, Jerry Nail. Donald Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lemons Lett this morning for a month's vacation in Avon Park, Pla. .Miss Dottie Whilsel, who has been a faculty member at Blythevilie High School, left yesterday for Nashville, Tenn., where she will be employed by the Southern Baptist Association. Mrs. Jim Roleson and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins are in Jackson, Miss., participating in a bridge tournament there, Mr. and Mrs. James Quails announce the birth of a son Wednesday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Lannie James. Mrs. Quails is the former Margaxet Ann Butler of Luxora. Students home from Ole Miss for semester break are Monya Kay Blankenship, Max Hill. Jimmy Weedman, Pat Partlow, Mary Alice McWaters, Gail Whitsitt and Ann Seay. Charles Kinningham, student at Mississippi State College, will be the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kinninfcham. He will have as his houseguest Miss Millie Nations, also a student at the college. They will participate the florist convention here. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O'Shny and son Johnny of Talulla, La., will oe the weeknd guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards. Mrs. Elvera Purr, mother of Mrs. Charles Hester and Mrs. Boy Graves of Blytheville, is a patient in Chickasawba HosiptaL f Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lutes, Mi and Mrs. Jack Garrigan and Mi. and Mrs. Tom Cfdlis have returned from St. Louis where they attended the National Rural Electrification Association convention. Thursday Clubs Have LuncJxons, Dessert-Bridges Luncheons and dessert courses were served yesterday when sever, Thursday card clubs met. Thursday Club held a luncheon ai the home of Mrs. Byron Morse yesterday with Mrs. P. W. Whitner and Mrs. H. C. Sims joining club members. Mrs. J. S. Dicks and Mrs. Sims were game winners. Coming Events SATURDAY Mrs. C. W. Alford entertained Duplicate Bridge League meet- Thursday Bridge Clttta with a des- j ing. sert-bridge at the Dixie Pig yester- ! Mrs. Freddie Young being honor- day. ! ed with shower at home of Mrs. H Airs. Fred Bean and Mrs. J Ce- C Blankenship, 3 p.m. Mrs. C. T. oil Lowe were bridge winners. ' Colston is co-hostess. Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Etchiesoh Bridge Winners Mrs. Audreanel Freeman and Mrs. Foy Etchieson took first place in the Duplicate Bridge League game last night. They won with 44 points. Taking second place were Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. Frank Grigsby with 41 points, with third going to Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen Mrs. E. R. Jackson 'entertained Chillion Club with a dessert party at her home. She invited as guest Mrs. Edith Permenter. Game winners were Mrs. Felix Carney, high. Mrs. L. O. Gill, second, and Mrs. Sally Freeman, third. Mid-week Club members and two guests, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. Walter Morrow, played at the home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway. A 1 p.m. luncheon was served from the dining table which was centered by an arrangement of frosted fruit. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Cecil Shane were high scorers. A luncheon was given for Thursday Contract Club at Hotel Noble by Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. A spring bouquet was used for the table with the tallies carrying out the same theme. Bridge winners were Mrs. G. G- Caudill and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr. Mrs. Dick Moore and Mrs. W M. Jontz were guests when Mrs. J H. Smart entertained Kibitzer Club with a dessert-bridge at her home. High scorers were Mrs. J. M Williams, J., and Mrs. Robert McHaney. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson announce the marriage of their daughter, Ida, to Eugene Huddleston, son of Ethel Huddleston. of Lepantp, and Mr. Huddleston of Little Rock. Vows were exchanged Jan. 19 at the Church of Christ in Lepanto with Mr. Benson officiating at the double-ring ceremony. The bridge was dressed in a blue dress with black accessories. They will make their home in Lepanto. Muriel Gene Dallas of Memphis and California and Mrs. Clifford Purvis of Tulpt. Ark., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matney oi Sturkey. Mo., were here last week visiting their daughter, Mrs. Charles Sornson, and family. Gary McAfee of Laporte, Ind., is here visitins his grandparems, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McAfee, and Mr. •a A. A. Pare A dessert course preceded the games last night when Mrs. John Perkins. Jr., was hostess to Emanon Club members and one guest, Mrs. Joseph Abbott. Mrs. Wallace Smith won high score in the bridge games. Mrs. Louis Murphy, second high, and Mrs. Ed Townsend, bridgo. The Rustic Inn was the meeting place for La Nueve Club members when Mrs. N. G. Jerome was h tess yesterday Playing with the members was Mrs. Russell H. Farr. Mrs. R. E. Green and Mrs. Leon ard Oldham were winners of the prizes awarded. A dessert course preceded th games. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. who had a lotal of 40 points. STAR CHIEF TWO-DOOR CATALINA The tar sayi 90 attd the price vxm'J slop yovJ Puts more Power where it Counts! 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A, new transmission: an engineering masterpiece specifically designed to utilize the full thrust of that great engine ... with gears for instant response and crisp, positive acceleration . . . and »n amazing liquid-link coupling for a silky-smooth flow of power to the rear wheels. Tent drive this fabulous '56 Pontiac tomorrow —we promise you, you're in for a thriU! And another ttiritt it waiting for you when you hear the price! See your Pontiac dealer soon—make 1 it a special point to do it—and get ready for ti«o wonderful discoveries! «A» «»<MM »P««. PONTIAC NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, INC You can actually,buy a big, glamorous Pontiac 860 for less ilian you would, pay /or 41 models of ike low-priced three. 1 and Mrs. A. A. uarcy, Miss Mary Katherine Harris of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johr. Harris. Pire of an undetermined origin destroyed Dyess Drug Store Satur- day morning at 1 a. m. Mrs. Sum Jones, operator of the Drug Store, said the building and merchandise were partially covered by Insurance. Miss Alice Taff of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taff. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Daniels oi Memphis spent the weeknd here ao guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Humphreys. James Jacobs and son Jimmie of Memphis were dinner guest* Friday in the home of his parents ,Mr. and Mrs. J. L.' .Jacobs. A bridal shower was given Miss Ada Anderson Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Clarence Nichols. Mrs. M. M. Williams and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs were co-hostesses. Mrs. Roy Chappel was in charge of the games played during the evening. The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Keel of Waldron. Ark., arrived Monday for a visit, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Jacobs of Dyess, and Mrs. W. H. Keel of Memphis. 5th & Walnut Phon* 3-6817 Bity City Anonymity NEW YORK on — Gary Cooper, Visiting here from Hollywood, says he has the solution W the problem which haunts most movie stars in New York — how to keep from being mobbed by well-wishers. Says Cooper: "I just walk down the street, minding my own business, and nobody ever notices me. But the big thing: I don't wear dark glasses." The inch originated as the thickness of a man's thumb. STOP! It Is dangerous to tot cov^li from common cold hong ON Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, ch?st cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated. Gel Creomulsion quick and use redirected.It soothes raw throat and chest membranes, loosens and helps expel germy phlegm, mildly relaxes systemic tension and aids nature fight the cause of irritation. For children get milder, faster Creo- mulsion for Children in the pink aod blue package. Adv. CREOMULSION relieves Coughs, Ch«t Coldi, Acutt Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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