The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955 — Society News - .A MnllntM) Sft/»iotv RHit/lr * PnOll Miai Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Guests Present When Blytheville Bridge Clubs Conduct Games When Blytheviile bridge Tuesday and Wednesday many Tri-Town Club was entertained i at the home oJ Mrs. James C. Guard Tuesday with Mrs. BiU Welch and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., as guests. Members and guests were seated at the dining table for the dessert course. Forming the centerpiece for the table were blue and white flowers. Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Newton Whitis won high scores in the games, Tuesday Bridge Club met at the borne of Mrs. E. M. Regenold. The hostess used roses and pom- ~ms to decorate the entertaining rooms of her home. Bridge winners were Mrs. C. E. Mrs. W. T. Morrow was a guest when Wednesday Bridge Club held its weekly luncheon-bridge at the home of Mrs. R. H. Kirby. White baby breath and chrysanthemums formed a striking arrangement for the luncheon table centerpiece. In the games, Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. P. E. Black were winners. Always In Style Sue Burnett You're sure to look aoid feel your best it all times in this carefully tailored classic that flatters every figure. Pattern No. 8216 is in sizes 12, M, It, IB, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 41|2 yards Of 35-inch. .' Tor this pattern, send Sac in COINS, your name, address, size de- aired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to. Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 8, HI. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall & Winter '55 pattern book. This latest tdttton of Basic FASHION contains a wealth of sew-simple, up-to-the- minute styles, special features, color and style. clubs conducted their games guests were present. Crigger, II, and Mrs. Rlley Jones. A dessert course preceded the games. Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertained TLE Bridge Club members and two guests, Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mrs. Robert Weedman, at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson last night with a dessert-bridge. , MB. Jerry Scrape won high in the games, Mrs. J. F. Scrape, second high, and Mrs. Weedman, bridgo. Mrs. Charles Langston was hostess to Club Eight at her country home at Number Nine yesterday. She invited as guests Mrs. John Lenti and Mrs. R. W. Nichols. High scores in the games were won by Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. Jesse White. Mrs. Nichols was bridgo winner. Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mrs. A. C. Hall were high scorers yesterday when Town and Country Club played at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Wise. Fall flowers were used to decorate the hostess' home when she served a frosted drink to members of the club and one guest, Mrs. J. V. Dates. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Walter Holly, Cooler Harry Marshall, city Ina McCullough, city Mrs. George Mayner and baby, Lilbourne Ed Stewart, Armorel Glenn Alexander, city Mrs. Opal Stewart, Armorel Jimmy Jones, Holland Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: John Foley, city Mrs. John Lendennie and baby, city Mrs. Ernest Parker, city Ms. Qmer Reese and baby, city Peggy Balch, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Gary Keith, city Jerry Dismore, city Willie Campbell, Jr., city Mrs. Llze Forsythe, city Thomas T. Biggs, Cooter Ruby Dowty, Dell Eva Jean Dotson, city Richardson Elected Head of Dell Club Shelby Richardson was elected president of Dell Lettermens' Basketball Club In an election thlr Black C«nllii«nl«l Brown, Black Ja r man's New Raglan Blvchcr "Simple smartness" sums up the strong appeal at this plain-toe Jarrrmn style in rich bltck royal grain leather. It's a good-looking new style you can rely on foe » long term of comfortable wear. We invite yoa to con* m right awa? and let m fit you in « pti*. vovi rtriNfttr SNOI front Bits of News / Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young and Mrs. B, A. Bugg were in Memphis Tuesday and yesterday with Kenneth Jones, brother of Mrs, Young, who suffered a cerebral thrombosis Tuesday. He is in Kennedy General Hospital and his condition is reported to be serious. Mrs. Sterling Martin, who underwent surgery last week at Baptist Hospital in Memphis, was returned to her home here yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Dunnaway have returned from Kennett where ,hey attended funeral services for her mother, Mrs. L. W. Kirkman. Mrs. Betty Edgmon spent last week in Oak Grove. La., with her husband, Jimmy Edgmon, 'who is a patient in Biggs Clinic. Mr. Edgmon's condition is reported to be satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Alger Bush of Dan- dridpe, Term., will arrive today for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush. Mrs. L. B. Etter and daughters, Mrs. Bob Blaylock and Mrs. Edith Honie, of Nettleton spent yesterday here with her sister, Mrs. W. L. Phillips, and niece, Mrs. Evelyn Thornton. Condition of Mrs. Gene Pierce, who underwent an appendectomy last night at Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be satisfactory She is in Room B-5. Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Lowe, II,.of St. Louis will arrive tomorrow night to be the weekend guests of Mr. Lowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Lowe, and his brother. Jerry. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson and Mrs. E. C. Williams were in Memphis yesterday to attend the luncheon and fashion show of the Josephine Circle at Hotel Peabody. Miss Martha Ann Bean, student at Henrdix College, will 'spend the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Fred Bean, and her Sister Miss Linda Bean. CpL Jimmy R. Booker, who has just completed eight weeks of basic training at Camp Chaffee, Is visit- Ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Booker. A rubber paa or a rubbery coat- Ing painted on the back of a small rug is a real safety necessity. Also, you can sew rubber canning jar rings In each corner and under the center of such a rug. week. Other officers are David Cook, vice president; Louise Shelton, secretary and treasurer, and Don Peeples, reporter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staten are sponsors of'this club. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35e At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature JAMES -SJFWART • ft//? \ NORTHS! DE — AND — "SWAMP VIRGIN" Cartoon "Spring For Thomas' FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature -—„ nan of the event. johnny Strickling. student at Memphis State, was In Osceola Tuesday evening to visit his mother, Mrs. J. B. Strickling, whs is a patient in Osceola Memorial Hospital. The Semmoie Club \vtis the setting Tuesday afternoon for "Trisch" Butler's fourth birthday celebration. Her mother, Mrs. Ben Butler. Jr., invited 20 boys and girls for an afternoon of games and refreshments. A decorated cake with four burning tapers and ice cream were served to the small guests. HALLOWEEN'S THEIR HOBBY-Hichard Butler, of Wilbur, an Indianapolis suburb, and his family wish every day were Halloween. Then they could smear their faces with grotesque makeup, don crazy clothes and make people laugh. It started Rve years ago when Butler, dressed as a sad-faced tramp, wowed crowds watching a Halloween parade. He had so much fun he talked his wife into joining him the next year. Since then, Halloween parading got to be a family affair. They plan and work on their costumes oil year. Here they are in parade formation with Mr. and Mrs. Butler at the helm and daughters Mary BeUi, 5, and Jeanne Ann, 2#, in the baby buggy. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Mrs. Ralph Woodruff and Mrs. H. E. Phillips were hostesses Wednesday for a luncheon of Chapter O PEO Sisterhood. The affair was held at Mrs. Woodruff's home, uolonui autumn flowers were used to decorate the home. In the afternoon, a business meet- ins was held and a constitutional quiz was given by Mrs. David La- Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Lowrance returned Tuesday from a trip to New Orleans. « Mrs. R. C. Bryan is in Birmingham, where she went especially to be with her mother, Mrs. Mattie Olllard, who underwent surgery during the week. Those from Osccola who will attend the Arkansas-Die Miss came In Oxford Saturday are Mr. and Mrs. Newton Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godlcy, Mrs. and Mrs. Tim Bowles, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Rlley. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pope and Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Johnson. Mrs. Wilburn Smith ot Nashville, Tenn., was a houseguest several days this week of her sister, Mrs. Charles Bowles, and Mrs. Bowles, while Mr. Smith was on a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Jo Margaret Carpenter of Wilson. She met Mr. Smith in Memphis Thursday to drive him back to Nashville. Brodie Ivy and son Tommy of Henderson, Tenn., were guests several days this week of Mr. Ivy's brother, Bruce Ivy and family. Dana Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Daniels, Jr., de- Secret Traffic Check SAOINAW, Midi, (fi — An organization of 100 secret safety vigilantes, called "S-Men," will send In postal cards to the Greater Sagl- naw Safety Council, Riving the license number or traffic law violators, time, place and nature of the violation. The Safety Council will Inform the car owner of the offense by letter, but the "S-Men" cannot arrest violators. Read Courier News Classified A*». veloped scarlet fever when she and her parents had gone to Little Rock last week to attend a football game. She and her mother are remaining in Little Rock with Mr. Daniels parents until she is able to be moved to her home here. ney. Final plans for the Fall Fantasy, sponsored by Osceola Progressive Club have been made. The event, a style show given by the club and Halle-On-Main, will be given Tuesday evening at 8 o'clocK at the Progressive Club Room. Proceeds will go Into the building fund. Mrs. George Florida is chair- Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritl & Roxy Program Announcements THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "The Far Horizons" Hiriui i CiTml HOUSE — AND — >*(**« CMIHH n«*Ktr«W MIMM Cartoon "Child Sockology" Serial "Ctpt. Africa" No. 7 FRED MAcMURRAY CHARLTON . 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