The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 29, 1955
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER MIW* SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1955 - Society News - !.•- A«« Moll™™ Qrtrtiorv EMit/w * PllO! Miu Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Houston Honored With Drop-in, Shower Mrs. Bill Houston of Trumann, the former Miss Peppy Ruih Ziich-; ry of Blytheville, was honored Thursday afternoon when Mrs. C. I M. Abbott and Mrs. Garrett L. | Abbott entertained with a drop-in, and miscellaneous shower. ; The affair was held at the home \ of Mrs. C. M. Abbott. [ The honoroe greeted her guests : wearing a navy blue two-piece sui,t : She was presented a white chry-; samhemum corsage. The hostesses also gave her a place set.ung of her China pattern i The living room of the home was ' decorated with bouquets of Riant, marigolds. A glow was cast over j Miss Sandra Longr after which refreshments of drinks and cookies were served. Betrothal of Miss Sandra Long To James Smothermon Is Told Mr. and Mrs. William Arthur Long of Blytheville today j EntfirtQ ined announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Sandra Lee the room by the wood fire in the fireplace. Mrs. Garrett, L. Abbott and Mr?. Emery Francis presided at the refreshment table which was overlaid with a green cloth with silver appointments being used on the table. The buffet in the dining room held a cornucopia filled with fruas Mrs. Raymond Zachry, mother of the bride, was a special guest. Central Gra-Y Club Has Halloween Party Central si*t,h grade Gra-Y Club members were entertained with -t Halloween party Thursday afternoon at First Christian Church. Each girl arrived dressed in a Halloween costume. During the afternoon fortunes were told by drawing from a fortune pumpkin. In this contest Barbara Collier won the prize. Carolyn kidd told a ghost story, Mrs. R. A. Gary has returned from St. Louis where she visited her sister. Mrs. A. C. Humphrey. Mrs. Bud Rose, who has been undergoing treatment at Methodist Hospital in Memphis, is now at the home of her mother, Mrs. B. F. Lofhn, at 1708 West Main. She is allowed to have visitors. Misses Gail Whitsitt and Mary Alice McWaters. students at Ote Miss, are spending this weekend at Fayeueville attending University of Arkansas homecoming festivities. Miss Whitsitt is the guest of Rosemary Johnson at the Pi Phi house and Miss McWaiers is the' guest, of Milly Ann Bradley ai Hoi- comb Hall. They will attend a SAE fraternity dinner-dance following: the Arkansas-Texas A. and M. football game. Miss Whitsitt will be escorted by Jimmy Tompkins with Miss McWaters being escorted by Drew . Velvin. . I ; Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Bailey have . as their weekend guests their daughter. Mrs. George Kamp, Mr. • Kamp, and the latter's father, Dr. ! H.. W. Kamp, all or Conway. ! Mr. and Mrs. Thad Nichols have : returned to their home in Little . Rock after visiting friends here. • Mrs. B. A. Bugg has returned | from Memphis where she has been i visiting her sister. Mrs, Leda Ad- j mire, who is confined to her home I due to illness, and her nephew, ! Kenneth Jones, who is a patient in Kennedy Veteran Hospital. Dan Atkins, student at Ouachila College and grandson of Mrs. J. C. Harnish of Blytheville. has been named 10 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Mr. Atkins, a history major with a religion minor, is the student, body president. He is a member of the International Relations Club, the Life Service Band and was electe.d friendlies; boy in the cam- Members Entertain Clubs in Home Two bridge cluba conducted games in members' homes yesterday. Friday Contract Club, was entertained at the home of Mrs. Russell C. Fnrr. Mrs. Parr invited -a* guests Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. ,1. E, Dicks. Mrs Joe Trieschmann and Mrs. Rupert Graf ton. The living room of the Farr home was decorated with arrangements of pine roses and pink dahlias. In the dining room a cornocupia filled with colored fruit was used on the dining' table. Mrs. R. B, Stout won high in the games, Mrs. George Pollock, second high, and Mrs. Taylor, bridgo. NILA NEW< By Felts Mrs. Farr is McCalla entertained Friday Club members and ,two guests, Mrs. Joe Beasley and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, at her home. Bridge winners were Mrs. Beasley, high and bridgo ,and Mrs. S. E. Tune, second high. The hostess used chrysanthemums to decorate her home for the dessert-bridge. Mr. and Mrs. John Felts returned Mrs. Felts' mother. Mrs. Bergie Clark, to ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. The Community 4H club of Milligan Ridpe held its regular meeting Tuesday at the Milligan Ridge school. Among the 23 present were leaders, Mrs. Hughes Poag, Mrs. Raymond Powers, Miss Betty Smith and Jim Culins. Pictures were taken by the photographers. Carolyn Blake and Judy Dennis. The new auto-harp was demonstrated and a Halloween party was discussed. Refreshments were served by Mary Ann Brown and Peggy Barker. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Butts, daughter Phyllis, sons Norman and Dale of Egypt, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Priest. Pvt. Bill Pulliams returned to Ft. Sill, Okla., Friday after spending a I furlough with his wife, the former | Jerry Holt, and son. j Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Goings and | daughter Phyllis of Wiffiford were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roe. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wallace and sons of Chicago visited friends in Brown Community last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bibb and family of Monette, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Slatten and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Townscnd and children Iris. Ronnie, Tericia and Sheldia and Mrs. William Ramsey and- children Patricia. Jean, Sherion and Rickie accompanied Mrs. Roosevelt Bennett, and ice 1 •d! Junior GA Long, to James Patrick Smothermon, son of James Nail Smothermon of Blytheville and Mrs. Crist Chifos of Wichita, Kans. A mid-winter wedding is planned Miss Long Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lee Jones of Blytheville and Mrs. John Harbert Long and the late Mr. Long also of Blytheville. Te bride-elect was graduated from W | tn r Q Sleepytime Pal Blytheville High School where shej was B member of the National Hon- I Society, Beta Club, Red Pepper Club and accappeUo choir. She was a. cheerleader, secretary of student council, maid to the foot- hall queen and queen of her senior class. Miss Long attended the University of Arkansas. Mr.- Smothermon is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs, John Houston Smothermon of Blytheville and and Mr. and Mrs. John Criner, also of Blytheville. The groom-elect was graduated from Blytheville High School and attended the University of Arkansas where he was a member of Kappa Sigma fmternit} He Is now Junior Girls Auxiliary of First Baptist Church was entertained with a Halloween party at the home of Debbie Marsh yesterday afternoon. Co-hostesses were Nancy Newcomb, Ann Willingham and Sally Brown. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with Halloween novelties. During the afternoon, sanies were played after which refreshments were served by the hostess who was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Jack Marsh, and the leader of the auxiliary, Mvs. Eddie. Ford. pus Who's Who last year. Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Ward of Panama City. Pla.. are visiting her sister, Mrs. Floyd Ollison, family. and At the Hospitals Blytheviile Hospital Dismissed: Jacky Trotter, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mac Williams, city Gcraldine Hinton, city Jerry Don Black, city Walter Lee Bennett, city Mrs. George Wicker, cliy Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. ,loe Pipkin and baby, city Lewis Acosta, city Lena Maihis, Rt, 1. city H L Veasman. Mrs. Clark has I daughter Pamelia Sue to Memphis been a patient, in Baptist Hospital. | Sunday where Mrs. Bennett and Mr. and Mr=. W. J. Fortenberry | Pam caught,.the train for Charles- and Mr. and Mrs. John Felts and) 101 *. s - c -- where Cpl. Benneu son were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr?. H. L. Veasman Sunday. Mrs. Robert Nichols and Mrs. William Nichols motored David Nichols to Memphis for treatment Wednesday. Mrs. Mildred Montgomery of Maiden. Mo., visited several d I stationed. In the afternoon, Mrs. j Ramsey and Mr. and Mrs. Town- i send took their children to the zoo. ! .he home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Caudill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Caudill, Jr.. celebrated her 10th birthday at her home Monday. Mrs. Caudill directed the g Cara Lowry. Mrs. Hugh Dees, an- in which Sally Dennis won a prize. Favors of Davey Crocketi suckers and balloons were presented to ! gum was burst and the ! scrambled for. • urn was other daughter. Mr. Dees and baby visited in the Lowry home over the weekend. . Ule 12 guests. Dr and Mrs. James L. Wygul i After Nancy opened her gifts, re- and son of Memphis visited Mr freshments were served. As the and Mrs. F. B. Wygul over the | guests left, a huge sack of bubble weekend. Vo:e Cook, who has been visiting his brother in Pritchard, Ala., has returned home. , , j First Baptist Church had a spec- Barbara Creecy and Lula Belle , 'al dedication service Sunday night, Shoemaker, students at Arkansas ; dedicating the Baldwin organ, the State College were home over the I chimes and the new tower chimes weekend to" attend the Keiser-Osce- The scripture reading was read by oia football game. I the pastor. Rev. Guy D. Magee. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hall and Bill: Then a responsive reading direct- Zook were in Oxford, Miss., last ed by Rev. Magee and Dale Carter weekend to attend the Arkansas- was read. Ole Miss game. Following: the dedication. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rogers visited James Felts, organist, played sev- in Luxora last Sunday. ' eral selections on the organ and Xfrs. Harold Cook visited in chimes. Blytheville Thursday. : — Mrs. coleman Crews is confined to her home due to illness. Leonard H. Fielder of Lepanto will conduct services at Church of Christ Sunday. Once the novice launched herself into the pattern department with trembling:, lest she come up with a attending jet fighter: pattern that involved a complicat- tralalng school at Bryan Air Force Base, Bryan, Tex. If the metal kitchen cabinets frustrate you because you can't drive hooks into them, there are now glue-backed hooks that go on like iron to assist you. White cotton gloves with seed pearls banding the cuff or scattered over the back In a pattern look luxurious, wash readily, are spice for n dark winter rout or suit. ed fit. Now there are not only easy to do patterns, but very easy to do patterns that are for you if you don't know the blade of the .shears from the handle. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2(115 8100 Sue Burnett Soft and cuddly, nod just. t.hc right ize for tots tn carry to bed with thpyn. Pvijiunn uivl with ynrn hnir, embroidered features. Pattern No, 8100 15 in one .si/t- 20 inches. Poll. ^ yard of 35 or 39-inch; paritiija.s, ''H yard. For this paurrn, >:cmd 35c in COINS, your name, address. s\pc desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burm-tt. Blytheville Courier News, 372 W, Quinuy Street, Chicago B, 115. \ With your pattern order include an addmrmal 25 cents tor your copy of our iiiscm'.umi; new {;\u & winiev ,. '55 pattern book. This edition I of Basic FASHION contains a • wealth of .sow-.simple, up-to-Lhe- minute, .styles, special features, color and style. Pink Is for evening this year. A small pink fur evening wrap or, at leBser cost, si junk muff, a bug, a pair of (jloves or a .strinR of petirLs A pretty, fragile way lo look. Kirby Drug Store $750 For Your Old / ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Henjington, Sfhlok, Sunbeam, Konson or Norelco IiulIvidiialS'Groups-Farm Bureau WAYLIN CHESSER Cull representative Blue Cross - Blut Shield P.O. Box 307 Blytheville, Ark. Phone I'Oplar 3-310A $125 SUNDAY $125 1 DINNER 1 APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREI Roast Long Island Duckling &• Sage Dressing Baked Sugar Cured Ham & Raisin Sauce Roast Sirloin of Reef CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Blue Lake Green Beans Buffered Asparagus Spears Cream Style Corn Candied Sweet Potatoes WALDORF SALAD CHERRY COBBLER Serving Home Mad* Hot Roll* RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blythevillc'i Mont Popular Eating Place NOTICE Country Club Members DANCE-SAT.-OCT. 29 Win Parker and his orchestra Dinner Music 7 til 9—Dancing Begins at 9:30 Phone 3-9726 For Reservations Ask For Mr. or Mrs. Robertson GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk SATURDAY & SUNDAY ' LEO GORCEY ™, BOWERY BOYS CARTOON "NONSENSE NEWS" NOTICE New Schedule at the Starvue CLOSED .^ TUES. - WED. NIGHTS OPEN ON THURS.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Watch For Our Ads Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature Thrill Dr 'UIOTT r Prairie Schooners — AND — "GRAPES OF WRATH" with Henry Jane FONDA DARWELI Serial "Capt. Africa'" No. 8 Cartoon "Helpless Hippo" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature JIAMHW MTtMdilMt FtluK METRO NEWS BUFFORDSHOESHOP REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING 112 S. Broidwa; Coming Events SATURDAY Dance tit Country Club, 9:30 p. in. Dinner music [ 7 to 9 p. m. MONDAY WSCS of First Methodist Church having week of Prayer and Self Denial Observances services at church sanctuary. L' to 3:30 p.m. Wesicyan Service Guild having services in Open Door Class Room, 7:30 to 9 p.m. WMU of Trinity Baptist Church meeting at church, 2 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle meeting with Mrs. Gene Pierce, 7:30 p.m. I Rose Marlowe Circle meeting \ with Mrs. Lois .Marr. 7:30 p.m. j TUESDAY j Annie Armstrons Circle meetinti j with Mrs. Mary Lyons. 7:30 p.m. I Eastside Garden Club meeting at home o[ Mrs. W. E. "Buchanan, 1005 N. 6th. 2:30 p.m. Mrs. O. R. Redford is co-ho.stess. Tri-Towu Club meeting with Mrs. Neu-ton Whit is. Tuesday Briripe Club meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Beta Sicma Phi benefit bridge and canasta party, Hotel Noble. 7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meeting. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clnrk. Club Eltihi being entertained by Mrs. H. O. Parllow. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. THURSDAY Chillion CHID meeting with Mri. Mary Hatfleld. Lottie Moon YWA meeting M church. 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meet^ inir. Kmanon Club meeting with Mn. Lewis Murphy. OEO Club meeting with Mr«. Frank Seay. Tluirsday Contract Club meetinf \vuh Mrs. Chester Caldwell. LaNue\'e Club meeting With Mrs. R. E. Green. .Mid-Week Club meeting wlttl Mrs. W L. Horner. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mri. J. H. Smart. FRIDAY Chapter N. PEO. meeting at home of Mrs. Elton Klrby. 2 p.m. LaPines.sp Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Jontz. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. New thought for holiday festivities is the delectable striped acetata satin dress in pale blue and white or pink and white. These have a fresh, peppermint candy look. PREMIERE SUNDAY 5 P.M. WHBQ-TV CHANNEL 13 JUDGE ROY BEAN" Sponsored by TAYStEE BREAD Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to K'.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. (or Rlti £ Hoiy •I'rogram Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature RANDOLPH, SCOn trorring RICHARD DENNINtt tr.,11** iM O-KI« w Cr (Oil) • I Umtl ttCTWKI P*i«taM ALSO CARTOON "MR. MISTLETOE" SUNDAY & MONDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "The Man From Laramie" Thi«i. THE MAN... ...who came a thousand miles to kill someone ' he'd never seen! «uwunrniK.«wiUIUIHiTZ Arthur Cm-It Cctfcy KtNNiDY • CfoSP • ODONNttl Alex Aim NltOl • MotMAHOK Iht SATUIMr EVW!« WT ttvr fc ALSO PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CINEMASCOPE CARTOON "PET PEEVE" COMING TO THE RITZ SOON PHENIX CITY STORY With Richard Kiley and Kafhryn Grant MY SISTER EILEEN in Cinemascope & Technicolor With Janet I.eigh and Betty Garrett LEFT HANI) OF GOD in Cinemascope and Color With Humphrey Bogart and Joan Woodward GENTLEMEN MARRY BRUNETTES in Cinemascop* & Technicolor With Jane Russell and Jeanne Crain VANISHING PRAIRIE—A true life tdvtntur* in «*l*r ,oming November 8 - 9 - TO -11: • TMK ^M.L M^N !u Cimeras-o'ic S: Tf.»hni-.p|o r with Clark Gable and Jane Russell

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