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f AGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB '(ARK.)' COtTRtBR NEK'S THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1055 - Society News .-„ 4_>, WalWv Society Editor * Hfet Millie Ann Mallory. Society Editor Luncheon, Reception, Historical Evening Highlight Second Day The second day of the Arkansas Division of United Daughters of the Confederacy Convention which is meeting it Hotel Noble here was highlighted with a luncheon of the Real Daughters, a reception honoring the division officers, and an historical evening. The Real Daughters held their* luncheon at noon With Mrs. E. R. Bogan of Luxora as chairman and Mrs. C. L. Moore of Blytheville act- Ing as toasunistress. The welcome address was given by Mrs. J. H. Hook of Osceola and the response by Mrs. James Carter of Fort Smith. Miss Tommy Joe Olive of Luxora provided special music. At the conclusion of the luncheon the following officers were Bits of News fi 'lojtfif / erJonai elected: Mrs. J. C. Brown, president; Mrs. R. L. Burnside, first vice-president; Mrs. Carter, secretary; Mrs. O. S. Boggun, treasurer, and Mrs. Moore, historian. The reception was held in the Plantation Room of the hotel yesterday afternoon. The historical evenine was called to order at eight o'clock by Mrs. A. E. Slusser, division president. The high school choir, directed by Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, presented several numbers. Dr. Charles G. Hamilton, professor of history and political science at College of the Ozarks f;ave the address. Mrs. W. D. Cobb directed group singing during the evening with Mrs. Ralph Berryman serving as accompanist. CalvaryWMU Entertains With Reception Members of Calvary Baptist Church attended a reception last night given by the Women's Missionary Union for the Rev. Carl Johnson and family. During the evening refreshments were served. Guest Present When Bridge Clubs Play Guests were present yesterday when Wednesday Bridge Olub conducted games. Mrs. John shaddix, Mrs. Dick Bedner, Mrs. Ellis G. Rhode and vlrs. C. Brandon were guests when PS Bridge Club was entertained with a luncheon by Mrs. Virginia Drew. The luncheon was given at, the home of Mrs. Drew's daughter, Mrs. John Prather. Bridge winners were Mrs. Bedner, high, Mrs. Preston Franks, second high, Mrs. Brandon, bridgo, and Mrs. Prather, traveling. Town and Country Club members and guests were entertained at the home of Mrs. A. G. Hall. Guests were Mrs. V. G. Holland Mrs. G. H. Grear, Mrs. James V. Dates >nd Mrs. John McHaney. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon and used roses and chrysanthemums to decorate entertaining rooms for her home. Mrs. McHaney and Mrs. Hall won high scores in the games. Make It From A Yard Club Eight members met at the home of Mrs. S. C. Owens. Mrs. Charles Lnngston won high in the games, Mrs. G. O. Poctz. second high, »nd Mrs, Otto Scrape, bridgo. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. Jerry Scrape was hostess to TLE Bridge Club at the Razorback. She invited as guests Mrs. Bob Blaylook and Mrs. Joe Hughes. High ' scores went to Mrs. Otto Scrape and Mrs. Herman Turner. Bridgo was won by Mrs. Dick Watson. The hostess used a Halloween motif in her scorepads, tallies and table centeripeces. Harold Simpson ?etum i Miss Meadows many. I I. M. Oillespie and Mrs. C. ~tp~- r l~. /1!t sra )f Dycrsburs, Tenn.. spent I .Ci\C!jil'llVC .y here visiting ivbuves. ^ Wednesday Bridge Oluta held its weekly luncheon and afternoon ol bridge at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old yesterday. Special guests seated at the luncheon table, which was centered with lin arrangement of white dah- ias, Were Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. Riley Jones. Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mrs. Charles Rose won high In the bridge games. Sw Burnett A stunning, slim-lined skirt you nicely through the winter. It requires just one yard of 54-inch in the smaller sizes, is sew-eusy. Pattern No. 8330 is in waist sizes 24, 55, 36. 28, 30, 32. Size 25, I yard of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 35o in COINS your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevlllo Courier News, 372 W. Qllincy Street. Chicago 6, III. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall h winter '55 patern hook. This latest edition to Basic FASHION contains f. wealth of sow-simple, up-to- the-minute styles, special features, color and style. Blytheville Women Attend Presbytery More than 200 women are u Forrest City today to attend th annual meeting of Women of the Church of East Arkansas Presbytery which it being held at Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church here. Preebyterlal off-leers from Bly theville attending the execiiltve board meeting yesterday were Mrs C. M. Gray, Mrs. Edgar Borun: and Mrs. Jerry Hord. Those attending from Blytnevtlle today are Mrs. James Manly, Mrs to I B. S. Simmons, Mrs. Jesse M. White Mrs. Harvey Kidd and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. Those from out of town here Tuesday to attend iuiwr.v! services for Arch Lindsey wi>ro Mr. iind Mrs. Cecil Minsy, Mr. -ami Mrs. E. G. .Arringion and Howard Sturgeon of Maiden, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Swyne SmoUiermon, Mrs. Gladys Finer and Jan and Mrs. Tommy Carter of Memphis, Tenn. Others attending were Mr. i'tui Mrs. Philip Choate and Miss Lida Moore of Hickman, Ky.: Mr. ;n;d Mrs. Joe Milligan of Tui'kcnv.an. Ark.; Tom Baldwein unri'Bol) Jo;i'-.s of Kennett; Mr. ami Mrs. K-irl Snider, Earl B. Snider and Mrs. Prank J. Miller of Heber Spring. Mrs. Virgil R. Greene anil daughters, Mrs. Ralpd L. Odley and Mrs. Ernest Parker, spent yesterday in Memphis visiting Mrs. Creene's sisters, Mrs. Wils Davis and Mrs. Finley Cartwright. M. and Mrs. S. E, Tune and children will spend ihe weekend in Memphis visiting friends. Sheriff and Mrs. Parish Fr:Lsi'r of Clinton, Ark., were overnight guests of Mrs. Annabel Fill and son. Miss Linda Taylor will leave io- morrow for Atlanta. O.i., to auenu the Georgia Tech-Duke University football game Saturday. She will be a Georgia Tech sponsor game. Miss Taylor will home Sunday. Mrs. J. ? C. Lee o yesterday . Mrs. C. G. Lewis of Meridian, Miss., returned to her home today after a visit here with iicr sister, Mrs. Bob Logan, and iamily. She was motored to Memphis by Mrs. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Docid announce the birth of their .second child, a son, this morning- at. Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has a brother. Mike, age seven. Mrs. R. V. Mallory spent yesterday in Risco visiting her sister, Mrs. Gaston Brown. She went, especially to motor home Jimmy Brown. He has spent .several days here visiting in the Mallovy home. Mr and Mrs. Hiram Wylie of Greenwood. Miss., are spending several days here at their home on Main. Mrs. Cleo Lanpston who is now akcing her home in De kalb, iss., has purchased the home ot r. and Mrs. J. E. Bcnsluy at 1217 ilckasawba. She will make her me there upon completion ol Dr. nd Mrs. Beasley's new home on oily. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen nuti aii^hter have moved into their ;w home nt 440 Rosemary Lane. Mr. Cohen's mother. Mrs. S. J. ohen, will move inlo the hnmc rmerly occupied by the Cohens ; 1500 Hearn. Mrs. E, R. Jones is a patient ill hickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Doyle Henderson is spi-iul- ng several days in Memphis as uest of Mrs. W. F. Mi-Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. J. LC.III.S cherry have s houseguests for sevi'vn! liays Mi'. nd Mrs. J. A. Crothers of Gamen, N. J. Tuesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Bridge Club conducted 'S I his wei'k. .u: I'lub ini't at the home lioh Warren. \var:vn tircorated her home ;n::i; with ihe approaching .'i'n si-iison. She served a '•oi;!-:.f prt'cTdin^! the games. .! ::;:<'s 'lYrrv and Mrs. Car- CauuiU uviv bridye winners. Mrs. Whitner Honored With Coffee Mrs. FHppen Whttuer Jr., the former Miss Carroll Dowdy, was honored yesterday morning with n cotlce anci miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs, Ed B. Cook. !iv Club entertained at of Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe d.^sril -bridge. '..-. '.vert 1 Mrs. Russell Simla Mis. Foy Etchieson. LJ-no Barnes won high in lies. Mrs. Joe McHaney. second high, and Mrs. Tom Little, Jr . briiiuo. A iV.s.-.i'1-L course preceded the games. Mrs. Lawrence McSpadden ot Memphis. Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. S::-. ! licit Jiedel were guests when Mrs. Dovle Henderson was hostess w Tuesday Bridge Club with a F.iH ;lown-s were used to decorate tin 1 emiTlamh}!; rooms o{ the Henderson home. Mi.v McSpadden won high in the '. : xiuvs v,uh second high and hridgo Deling irj Mrs. Jiedel. . were Mrs. . Cook. Mrs. Colston and Mrs. W. L. H W. C Walker. During the morning, party foods and L-otfee were served from a table centered with an arrangement of pale veilow and bronze chrysan- t ho tn urn--'. Mrs. C. D. Hanford of Batcsville, sum of the bride, presided at the table. Special guests were Mrs, Hanford, Mr.-. O. E. Jones of Batesville, another aunt of the bride, and Mrs. F. W. Whitner and Mrs. C. S. Dowdy, mothers of the newly married couple. Mrs. Dowdy wore a black velveteen sheath dress. She was presented with a bronze chrysanthemum corsage tied with matching sann .streamers and backed with chartreuse velvet leaves. The two mothers received identical corsages. Mrs. Lewis Guest of Chapter D PEG Nimeen members and one guest Mrs. C. G. Lewis of Meridian, Mis- issippi, were present yesterday for hapter D PEO Sisterhood with uncheon-meeling. The affair was held at the home of Mrs. W. T. Rainwater with Mrs. James Roy ns co-hostess. An arranKCinont of yellow chrysanthemums was used to center tlie uncheon table with other rooms ol the home beinn decorated with colorful fall bouquets. Mrs. Roy conducted tho after- oon's business session with Mrs. H. H. Houeliins presenting the program oh "The PUHzle Page." Coming Events FRIDAY Lake Street Methodist Church members haying fellowship supper 0:30 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs O. J. Rodgera, Mr. and Mrs. Jerrs Scrape and Mrs. Eftie Qolden May Friday Contract. Club meeting with Mrs. Russell C. Parr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs Fairis McCalla: SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Offie« Opens 6:30 — Show StorH ot Dwtk THURSDAY A FRIDAY ALSO CARTOON "MICE FOLLIES" In a ceremony solemnized Oct. 23 at Hernando. Miss.. Miss Doris Janet Meadows, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meadows of Kenneii. became the bride of Harold Clyne Simpson. Mr. Simpson is the_ son of Mrs. 'Ought To' Is No Help By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor The doctor's story 01 his patient who couldn't find the right kind ol furniture is causing much affectionate amusement. This woman was bcnvlf.g«ed. She first bought furniture with curved legs and that made her uncomfortable. So she threw It out and bought furniture with straight legs. This made her even more uncomfortable, for some reason she couldn't fathom. So she finally bought modern furniture with no legs at all and was quite happy. All ot us do this without knowing it, one way or another. We are made uncomfortable by certain kinds lines and.by certain colors Ann Simpson of Paragould and a i home. We don't know why. nephew of Delsie Stewart of Ely-1 in the main, these feelings should theville.. I help us. We shouldn't paint our liv- Tlic birde is a graduate of Kennett Hiuh School and attended Baptist College in Bolivar, Mo., She is now nn elementary teacher at Gregory School in the Holcomb Distict The jzroom is a graduate of Blvtheville Hiyh School and attend- ing; rooms a hated mauve, just because it's fashionable. It is probably singularly unbecoming to us. For mature women, this is a particular help. A grown woman's home is an important settling for her in jj.j t ..v ,..... —,.. —- '"dividual kind of charm. If she de- ed'Arkansas State College at Jones- j sp j se5 modern furniture and tries to boro. He served three -and one-half yours with tho Navy and is now teacher in the high school at Caruth, Mo. • • ' The. couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moody of Memphis. former Blytheville residents. Mr. and Mrs. Simpso iheir home in Holcomfa. be "youthful" by buying it, she wiU only make herself look more antique. Conversely ,if she's a woman who's always had the latest in furniture and suddenly goes antique-wild on her 60th birthday, she's going to - --• - '?;, , j detract from her appearance and and Mrs. Simpson will make ^^ ^ mafclng hersdf feel m at ease. The so-called instincts are often m expression of something we've earned without knowing. The answer to the salesperson is- 'No. I don't care if yellow is fash- onable. It is not for me." PTA City Council Has Meeting Blytheviile Parent-Teacher Asso- oKilinn City Council met Tuesday iii'lernoon at First Christian Chuveh. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, past pre- L . n w j I Kidciu. presided over the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson OiSnrd ol | with Miss Winnie Virgil Turner con- lemphis visited in the liiiiiu 1 ol | dueling the installation of new offi- Irs. W. R. Lightfool .Sunday. Dr. Carl and Edna Nie.s arc .spelling today in Memphis. Mrs. Gcorsc Lee hns returned . visit to Homewood, 111., vhero she was soloist at a meeting f the Cook County Doctors wivt's iub. She and Mrs. Downey presented everal selections nsinp color .slides or illustrations at the Homewood "Mrst Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Downey accompanied . Lee home for an extended isH. Those officers arc Mrs. Rupert Crafton, president; Mrs. Darrell Lunslord, vice-president; Mrs. Alvis Harri:,. secretary, and Mrs. Howard Brsharso. treasurer. •few Hazard \ REDERICKSBtTRG, Va. W) — J. . Davidson, a phone company lineman, had a new one for his list of occupaional hazards: "Attacked by eagle," He was just starting to spike his way up a pole when the bird flailed at him and then withdrew. A game warden found the bird—an American Bald Eagle—had apparently been wounded by a hunter. He tried to heal the symbolic American bird but finally had to destroy it. The Eagle had a wingspread of 6 feet, 6 inches. Just as you're about to .shampoo our hair, put your CLIMIIn; and rushes, and your husband's, too, the sink with soap flakes and mmpnia and hot water. When /ou're done with your hair, All tiey'll need is a scrub and a rinse md they're clenn. Yarbm PTA To Have. Annual Car nival , . Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association will sponsor its annual Halloween Carnival Saturday nielli with the uft'jtir besinniiiR at 6 p.m. A costumes parade will begin at 8 p.m. Paul D. Abbott is general chair- inun of this year's carnival. HURRY! ENDSTONITE "SHE'S 6ENEROUSIY SUPPLIED BOSOMWISE K UfT TO THE IMAGINATION"uin TANTALIZING PLUS THIS DARING EXPOSE! "Delinquent Daughters" P1F1 D'ORSAY - JUNE CARLSON Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature In picking rubber gloves: get hlgh-wristcd ones, ones with fingers that aren't too low (or you, ones with roughened piilins so that you can grip wet plates and ones that have fabric linings — definitely. YfM» raiENDLT THtATRE Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre LAST TIMES TONIGHT At 7:00 and 9:00 P.M. The story of the KISS that changed the destiny of the West! CO-STABBING REX REASON • MARTHA HYER THEATRE On W. Wain St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 ALSO CARTOON ) Weekdays Show Starrs 7:00 p.m.—Sot & Sun. 1 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented In High Fidelity Optical Sound FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Thrill Or«m«l 11IDTI Prairie ithooners Read Courier News Classified Ads AND — 'GRAPES OF WRATH" Henry FONDA with Jane DARWELL Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 8 Cartoon "Helpless Hippo" GEM THEATRE "Osceo/o's Finest" • SAT. MIDNIGHT SHOW •Sun. •Mon. •Tues. «Wed. October 29-30-31 - November 1-2 The tnw-Nfe story of America's most decorated hero... AUDIE MURPHY AUDIE MURPHY M. Wtm. THOMPSON • CHNHK MAK • G8KG HUM • Wk Kltf THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature TKK INDIAN ATTACK ON FORT ATKMfCONI NEBRAsKAN —AND— . none mimuatan «. MW UK* mm l Also Cartoon Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hale Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rilz & Koxy Program Announcements THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "Not As a Stranger" NOT AS A STRANQER o SHUTM- PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spears COMING TO THE RITZ SOON MAN FROM LARAMIE in Cinemascope & Technicolor With James Stewart and Arthur Kennedy PHENIX CITY STORY With Richard Kiley and Kathryn Grant MY SISTER EILEEN in Cinemascope & Technicolor With Janet Leigh and Betty Garrctt LEFT HAND OF GOD in Cinemascope and Color With Humphrey Bogart and Joan Woodward GENTLEMEN MARRY BRUNETTES in Cinemascope & Technicolor With Jane Russell and Jeanne Crain VANISHING PRAIRIE—A true life adventure in color

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