The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1956 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 3, 1956
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FRIDAY, FEBRAURAY 8, 1958 BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS — Society News - • Ann Mallory, Society Editor / Phc Mig« Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Seventy-Five Guests Attend Coffee Honoring Miss Nichols Approximately 75 guests called yesterday afternoon from 3 to 5 when Mrs. F. E. Utley, Mrs. G. 0. Poetz and Mrs. Charles Langston honored Miss Martha Nichols with a coffee at the Langston home. The honoree welcomed guests wearing a pale blue brocaded satin dress styled with three-quarter length sleeves and portrait neckline. Adding an unusual note to the dress was a brown satin cumm- berbund. Mrs. Ralph Nichols, mother ol the bride-elect, wore a blue taffeta party frock. Both were given gardenia corsages and the hostesses presented Miss Nichols with China in her chosen pattern. The refreshment table was_cov^. ered with an eggshell satin cloth and which set a centerpiece ol pale pink snapdragnos. Burning on either side of this were pink tapers In branched silver candelabra. fir- Week Series Rev. Sanford Speaks to Zeta Chapter The Rev. Mitchell Sanford spoke to Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma last night on "The Greatest Teachers," when the chapter met at the Dixie Pig. Mrs. Rex Warren, program chairman, introduced the Rev. Mr. Sanford. Following the address Miss Alice Marie Ross and Mrs. Laura Gray gave a review of pioneer teachers in Arkansas and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner told of her experiences as a pioneer in the supervision field in Mississippi County. Miss Minnie Foster presided over the business session at which time plans were made for presenting "The Wizard of Oz." March 26. Refreshments were served from a table decorated In the. Valentine theme by the hostesses, Miss Mary Hubler, Miss Cecil Oassidy and Mrs. Lillian Frank. ILUXORA NEWS By MRS. PAUL HAYES Mrs. Emma Koch of Grand Tower, Dl., Is a weekend guest of Mrs. Charles Edwards. She has been visiting her son, Leroy Koch, and Mrs. Koch in Osceola. Fourteen members of the Home Demonstration Club and two guests. Miss Betty Smith of Osceola and Mrs. Sudie Cecil of Joiner, met at the home of Mrs. C. D. Smith. Mrs. C. E. Lucas presided over the meeting which was opened with group singing and a devotional by Mrs. C. D. Smith. Roll call was answered with "My Pet Peeve in Driving." Mrs,. W. L. Hanna gave the thought of the 'month, "What Are You Doing to OP This Year." Mrs. K. L. Baker W»s winner of the door prize. Officers elected lor the year were Mrs. C. E. Lucas, president; Mrs. K. W. Baker, vice-president; Mrs. Jack Flanagan, secretary; Mrs. Inez Permenter, treasurer; Mrs. E. C. Skeen. recreational leader; Mrs. Qulnton Flanagan, clothing leader and Mrs. C. D. Smith, home furnishings. Other officers are Mrs. W. B. Head, foods and nutrition; Mrs. Skene, home Industries; Mrs. J. D. Dew, family life: Mrs. W. E. Head, home management; Mrs. Paul Yarbrough, citizenship and civil defense; Mrs. Inez Psrment- er. health and safety; Mrs, W. L. Hanna, landscaping; Mrs. Paul Hayes, 4-H leader. Miss Smith, home demonstration agent presented a film on safe driving. In the social hour the hostess served cake and coffee. A Luxora Parent-Teacher Association study course was held at the home economics building Trl- day afternoon. Dr. Julian Palrley spoke on 'The E -otions of a Child." Students In the home economics department served cookies, coffee and iced drinks. Mrs. 0. Howton underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis Thursday. Her condition Is satisfactory. Her daughter, Mrs John Thwe.att, is with her. Miss Dixie Hazel Howard, student at the University of Arkansas, spent the weekend as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard. Mrs. W. C. Howard and Mrs. H P Worsley visited Mr«, 0. How- Urn at the Baptist Hospital Friday Luxora PTA will meet Feb. 8 at High School cafeteria at 2:30 p.m. Pink tapers In milk glass holders were used on the buffet. Throughout the home colorful arrangements of gladioli were used. Mrs. Graham Sudbury, Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson, Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mrs. Rupert Crafton were in charge of the table. Ralph Nichols, Jr., provided music throughout the atfemoon. Winner Is Mrs. Freeman Mrs. Audranel Freeman was win. ner of the Duplicate Bridge League Thursday night six-weeks series which was climaxed last night with a five table Howell movement. Her percentage was 58.33 and with 57 percent Mrs. O. W. McCutchen took second place. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson tied for third position with a percentage of 58. Harold Holteclaw and Mr. .Role son took first place in last night's game with 52H points. Mrs. Don Edwards and Bernard Gooch were second with 41 points. Third place went to Mrs. Freeman and Mrs. Matt had 40« points. Monaghan who Mrs. Leggett Gives Resume To Jaycettes Mrs. Charles Leggett gave a resume on the projects and activities of the Jaycettes last night when the • organization met in the Jaycee Clubroom. The clubroom was decorated for the meeting with red and white streamers and hearts in keeping with the Valentine theme. Highlighting the room was »n arrangement of white gladioli and chrysanthemums. During the business session plans for heart Sunday, Feb. 28, and a welfare project were discussed. Precautions Are Wise BT ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor If you're of the do-it-at-home beauty school, there are some definite precautions you should take when doing the more complex projects. This particularly applies to hair coloring, home permanents and nail enameling. The first is to protect yourself adequately. You may need rubber gloves, a plastic bib or shoulder covering, several towels, a plastic or rubber mat for i table, old clothes to wear. Since these pieces of equipment may be more or less damaged by any of these processes, it's best to use old or worn towels, etc. They should then be washed or wiped off and saved in a separate place until the next time they're needed. best to do all such actl- Bits of News llloMu Dick Burns is a patient Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bush of Memphis will be weekend guests of his sister, Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Joyner announce the birth of a daughter, Jan. 31 at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has'been named Jackie Lynn. Mrs. Joyner is the former Joan Matheney. Mrs. C. S. Stevens of Osceola Is here visting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. F. Still, while Mr. and Mrs. Still are in North Ca rolina. They left Monday to return their son, Eugene, to Duke University at Durham, N. C., and from there will go to Plymouth to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath spent yesterday in Memphis visiting''Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell. They went especially to return Mr. Heath's mother, Mrs. W. H. Heath, to her home here. She had spent several days there visiting in the Luttrell home. Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen, Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson and Harold Holtzclaw will be In Memphis Sunday to participate in a two-session bridge tournament. ; Lynett Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mann, is confined to her home with chicken pox. Mrs. W, I. Mallory of Hayti is visiting her son, R. V. Mallory, and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Walden have returned from a three day visit with relatives In East Prairie and Annlston, Mo. Mrs. C. G. Scherer has returned from Jackson, Miss., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. H. P. Parris, Jr., Mr. Parris and daughter. The Parris family has recently moved to Jackson from Memphis. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting University Club having monthly dance In dining room .of Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mii- Robert McHaney, Dr. and Mrs Hunter Sims, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McQraw. Worms Close Library HOUSTON, Tex. UPi —Book worms put the 133,000-volume library at the University o! Houston temporarily out of business. They had to fumigate. Valentine, Spring Motifs Used "at Clubs Valentine and a spring motif were combined yesterday to decorate for Thursday card clubs. Mrs. W. L. Horner used soft shades of spring blossoms to center her luncheon table yesterday when she entertained Mld-Week Club at her home. Playing with club members were Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. John C. Cherry and Mrs. W. T. Morrow. ' Mrs. B. A. Lynch, and Mrs. Cecil Shane were game winners. Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs. Marvin Robinson were guests when Thursday Contract Club met at the home of Mrs. G. G. Caudill. The hostess centered her table with frosted fruit and placecards were in the Valentine motif. Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen were high scorers. Country Club was meeting: place for La Nueve Club when Mrs. Leonard oldham was hostess to club members and two guests, Mrs. Russell H. Farr and Mrs. T. C. Brannum. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe won high score in the games with second high going to Mrs. Melvin Halsell. In the dessert course served, a Valentine theme Was carried out. Mrs. O. O. Elkins, ST., was hostess to Chillion Club at her home. The only guest present was Mrs. Paul Byrum. Game winners were Mrs. Mary Hatfield, first, Mrs. L. 0. Gill, second, and Mrs. Felix Carney, third. A salad course was served by the hostess. Thursday Club met yesterday at home of Mrs. Fred Bean for dessert-bridge. Mrs. Ray Hall had high score and Mrs. George Hamilton, bridgo IN HER 'TEENS - Princess Margriet Francises of the Netherlands poses for bar latest birthday picture in Amsterdam. Now 13 years old, she was born in Ottawa, Canada, while her parents, Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard, were in wartime exile. She has three sis-- ters, two of them older than her. Miss Denkins Becomes Bride In Florida Miss Dana Denkins, former teacher at Lange School, and Lt. Daniel F. Paris of Tampa. Fla., exchanged vows in Tampa, Jan.. 10. Miss Denkins is now teaching school in Tampa and Lt. Paris Is stationed there with the Air Force. Supper Club Celebrates 10th Anniversary Dell Supper Club celebrated Its 10th anniversary last night with a dinner-dance at the Legion Hut. . Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brownlee were hosts for the affair. The entertaining rooms were decorated with bouquets of red carnations and Valentine novelties. in a location away from that where food is prepared, even through the titchen may seem like an easy place to do hair coloring. If any of the Instructions say •Keep away from eyes (or ears, or mouth) and in case of accident neutralize with .. " be sure you've jot the first aid necessary on ham before you start. Be sure th«t rubber gloves used In hair coloring aren't the ones you wear for washing the dishes. Relieve Suffering F»*t-Eff»cr with Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Sat. Night 10:30 Sun. and Mon. IKHMD HUC( -ROMR-CABOT «umt MOM* ROBERTS™ Feb. 4th Thru Feb. 11th. ALL SALE SHOES Plainly Marked vities after the kids are in bad and CLAIOTECOIBERT BARRY SULLIVAN TOP VALUE TODAY! Serial "Sea Hound" No. 7 And Cartoon TOP RESALE TOMORROW F OLDSMOBILE Lowest-Priced Rocket Engine Carl METRO NEWS AND CARTOON Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature TALL MAN RIDING* «•> WARNEKCOLON PEGGIE CASTLE "SjSjK in StLWDO — AND Oversea* with BILLY GRAHAM By Georf* Barnham (Ct*UMMf« Mm-Fm ftesi Writer) PALAMCOTTAH, India—Billy Gr»h»m, who will preach to over half a million people during hii three-week tour of India, will have an audience with Prime Minister Nehru and President Rjjendn Prasad next Saturday in^ Delhi. The. famed evangelist »lr«»dy has ipofcen to over 400,000 »nd r«- corded 7,000 decisions for Juus Christ in a land where ChristUni are in a minority. The tour will be concluded Feb. 8 with a rally in Calcutta. During his talk with top men at India Billy is expected to t»y again, Churchill, as he did in ttll» with President Eisenhower, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Wtl< helmina. that the problems of the world are caused by human aatur* and not the atomic bomb. He will name »m u the eaiue of the—woilil'!, problem* and J»su» Christ as the answer. He doe* not pull punches when' It, eomw t» t man's position in life. • • • THE LARGEST crowd to hear Billy in India gathered tn Kotta- yarn. Over 100,000 s»t en the »pltt level hills surrounding th« platform. It was. reported to b« the largest religious gatheriBf in the history of the nation. On two other nights here were crowds ot 75,000 and N.OOO. KoiUram I* * city ol only 50,000 population and most of the people walked in from Uu surrounding countryside. People who walked five to 10 miles utd they thanked Ood tor a full moon. The iifht helped them to >ee deadly cobras along the jungle trails. Americans wouldn't walk 10 miles to church alon( a paved sidewalk In broad daylight. Viaitors filled all hotels and vacant rooms. Many slept In the open. The town ran dangerously low or tood and more rice had to be rushed in to feed the hungry people. Five thousand people would »»*er each momlBf in a iMd for prayer meeiinc. • • • RLI/T AND HB party drove Monday from Kottaysn to Palam- cottah, over 140 miles through fertile land dotted with palm and rubber tree*. Wild monkeys scampered around the ear en route. Mise Bobbie Je*n Byrd Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonk Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 «JH. and 4 p.m. for Riti A Rosy Profram AMMMeeMento Mr. and Mn. Aaron Peterson LAST TIMIS TODAY AHUununm PARAMOUNT NEWS& SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY THE DAM BUSTERS Plus Selected Shorts • SUN. • MON. • TUES. Find Your Nam* in Our Ad and B« Our Gucit to SM "Th« T«nder Trap" Mr. and Mr*. L. 0. Gill CINEMASCOPE SHORT "GOOD WILL TO MEN" PLUS PARAMOUNT NEWS AND They encountered two fl»g-w»vta« parades of Communist youth*. Blk !y stopped the oar and preached to them from the Bible «s they gathered around him, waving hammer and sickle. One youth kept his arm raised In a token of strength, but dropped his eyes when Billy talked about Jesus Christ. People gathered In many village* along the way to wave u Billy came by. He Is now about as well known In India as his native North Carolina. Fifty thousand are expected, her* for the Tuesday and Wednesday night meetings. HELP WANTED (FEMALE) Secretary—Position with nil established firm. Forty-hoar week, Saturdays off, paid vacation, rlt insurance, and other employee benefits. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Please siaie age, previous experience, family etattu, education In firat Write P.O. Box 975 Blytheville, Ark. MOX THEATRE On W. 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