The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 11, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1954 - Society News - o Ann Mallorv. Society Editor * Pho Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor one 3-4461 Miss Crook Complimented With Tea MANILA—Miss Nena Marie Crook of Little Rock. houMguest of Mrs. Lewis E. Townser.d. was honored with a tea at the TWnfrnd home in Manila Friday afternoon. Receiving with Mrs To\vnsend and Miss Crook was Mrs. W. H. Crook of Little Rock, mother of the honoree. The tea table was overlaid with a Maderia cloth and oentcred with an arrangement o! white asters. white chrysanthemums and clusters of silver magnolia leaves and greenery in a low silver bowl. Tal! white tapers were held by branched silver candelabra. The guest of honor wore a corsage of white mums and Mrs. Crook and Mrs. Townsend wore corsages of white asters. Those presiding at the table were Mrs. E. C. Fleeman, Mrs. V. B. Osborne, Mrs. H. W. Ration. Mrs. William Borowsky. Mrs. Howard Perkins Mrs. Fred Fireman and Mrs. Robert Killlan of Blytheville. Mrs. Woodrow Wells and Mrs. Charlie Fleeman. The 100 guests who cailed included Mrs. John Kenward and Mrs. M. B. Utley of Jonesboro, Mrs. Norman Melnick of Dallas, Trx., Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Mrs. W. O. Card. Mrs. Jess Horner. Mrs. John Osborne. Mrs. Thclma Ashcraft and Mrs. Ecidie B. Dnvid of Blytheville. Mrs. J. T. Edwards and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Leachville, Mrs. Charles Kemietl and Mrs. John Miles Miller of Dell. Joked Two Piecer Miss Connie Wllklns \Miss Wilkins, \ Jerrell Thomas \ ToExchangeVows I Misses Myrtle mid Tommie Evnns : of Cooler announce the enKiiKf- i merit of their niece. Miss Connie i Wilkins to Jerrell Marshall Thomas i son oi' Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Thomas of Cooler. The bride-clccl is the daughter of I the late Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wll| kins. She is a senior in the Cooler Hleh school and represented Cooler In the American Legion Pair beauty contest Mr. Thomas Is a graduate of the 1954 Class of Cooler and Is now allending Arkansas Stale College al Jonesboro. Mr. Thomas was pre- sirienl of the Future Farmers of America in high school and a member of the basketball team. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Jim llolcson and son, Bucky. were in Wynne this week end where they were the iiic Mr. sts ol Mrs. Iloleson's parents, II. Fisher. Mr. Preferential Tea Given for Sorority Pledges A preferential tea for pledges of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held at the home of Mrs. Tod el Harrison yesterday afternoon from 3 to 5 p.m. Receiving the guests were Mrs. Harrison, Mrs, Jack Owen, president of the chapter, and Mrs. T. I. Seay, sponsor of the group. The tea table was overlaid with lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of yellow the .sorority's flower, in rosebuds, low sil- PreMding at the table were Mrs. E. L. Boggs and Mrs. Glenn McCool. Each guest was presented With a yellow rosebud corsage backed with yellow and black maline. By Rue Burnett Harvest Supper To Be Served At Church The annual harvest supper of the Promised Land Methodist Church will be held at the church tomorrow night. The supper will be served from 5 U) 8 p.m. At the Hospitals HlyihevlUc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Marlln Brackin, city Jftck Adams, Tomato G. I. Byrd. city H. T. DLsk'.n, Osceola Mildred Morris, Tonmto Mary Lynn Hardcsty, city Harvey Mi'Kay, Cooler Terry 'Dole Wisdom, city Luclan Jones. Stech: Mvs. Piuilu -UiluiHoii, Rt. 2, city Delorcs Gilllland, Dell i i A charmingly simple two piece frock that's n special design for the half-size figure. Note the youthful yoke, smart culled sleeve. Pattern No. 816!) is in sizes 12' 2 . Size'14'2. three quarter sleeve, 4 3 « yards 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, ant! the PATI'ERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville 1 Courier News, 372 W. Qulncyj Street, Chicago 6. 111. ; The latest issue o! Basic FASH-; ION — fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulatim; and a com-; plete guide in wardrobe planning; for a new season. l!ri cents per copy — send for it now. i Read Courier Newt cla^ilied Aas Dismissed : Mrs. John D. Anderson and baby, city Mrs. Walter Swink, fity Mrs. Ous Bn i asni:lu'r, city Painii U:t! Hawkins, Kiu'irsl City Mrs. Elmer Cunninnhiim, city Mn vein Lou Hancock, city Alvin F.tifiene HuriuMt, city Mrs, Robert Wn mutton and baby, city Mrs. Harold Kelk'ins and bnby. city. Eddie Burton and baby, city Douglas Stalling, Jr., city Walls Hospital Dismissed : Donald Wayne Endcrson, city Miss Glentia Lewis, city Mrs. Jack Noland, Wilson Lois AncU'rsou, city Felipe Licea, city Howard O.'.ment. Steele Mrs. Violet Stepp. Armorel Mis- J. A. Thompson nnd baby cny K. C. Riicki-r. Rt. 1. city MI.SS U'oio Carter, city Study Course To Be Held at Sudbury School The first parent-Teacher study course will he held Wednesday at Sudbury School beginning at 2 p.m. Alvln Hulfman. Jr., will be guest speaker and will speak on "Parents Pitching in at School." Mrs. Ted Bourzikas Is in charge ot the afternoon program. and Mrs. J Mrs. Fisher celebrated their i vcr > )OW | 'yellow tapers In silver 46lh anniversary Ibis week end. I candelabra flanked this arrange- Mrs. Harvey Kidd of Memphis , spcndim, CUM! diys here as guest of her son, the nev. Harvey T. Kidd, Mrs. Kidd and daughters. The Pioneer Rally for the Presbyterian Young People of Eastern Arkansas was held in Forrest City Saturday. Those attending from Blytheville were Jenny Wren Mc- Ciilla, Martha Manley, Larry Anderson. Mary Jo Oden, Susan Huffman, .June Horner. Ann and Mary Beth Miirr, Bruce Thompson. John Taylor. Carrol! Blakemorc, Kathe- rlnn O'Stecn, Ann Bailey, Dolores and Charlie Jean Harris and Gwen Simmons. They were accompanied by Mrs. Jess Horner, Mrs. James Manley and the Hev. Harvey T. Kidd. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnston. Sr., and son. Robert D., returnee! yesterday !re.m Sherman, TeK., where they attended the wedding of their son and brother, Capl. J. E. Johnston. Jr.. to Miss Martha Conner.-, of Sherman. The ceremony was solemnized in the Perrln Air Force Ease Chapel Saturday afternoon at 6 p.m. Mr. ant! Mrs. .W. R. Harligan of West Hartlord, Conn., are the parents of a son born last night. The baby, who has been named Phll- lipe Made, has two brothers. Bill and Charles. Mrs. Hartlgan is the former Miss Mary Jean Afflick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Those from Blytheville who attended the Oddfellow and Rebokah conclave at Shrcvcport. La., were Mac Birmingham, Audic Johnson, Lucille McGregor. Irene Stennett. Lois Webster, Arella Weir, Earl McGregor, Jlminie Wlcr, Jlmniie Tllley, Robert Birmingham and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dietrich. The Blytheville group won the honor of having the best team at lhe meet- Ing and Robert Birmingham won Ihe honor as being the youngest Oddfellow there. Mrs. Clco Langston returned to her home In DeKalb. Miss., yes- lerday after having spent several days here visiting relatives. Jimmy Gill and Miss Jcannette Henderson of Dell were in Nashville, Tenn.. (his week end to attend the Vandcrbilt-Ole Miss football game. Harry A, llaines and Paul Human were in Little Rock Saturday lo atlend the University of Arkansas Ircshman and Little Rock Junior College football game. Ghosts, Witches and Horns of Plenty at the Gift Shop All.Kinds of Candles For Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas Order Christmas Cards Early —You Can plan not to be Rushed! Wide Selection Of Napkins For All Occasions Finest Qualily Note Paper And Stationery New .Merchandise Coming In Daily Howe 11 Movement Conducted by Duplicate League A six table Howell Movement was played Saturday afternoon by the Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Ed Cook were in first place with 71 points and Mrs. George Wiggs. Mrs. Harry W. Hiiine.s Mrs. Ruth Hleanor Afflick and Mrs. Jim Roleson tied for second place with 62'^ points. In third place were Mrs. S. E. Tune nnd Mrs. F. E. Black with (>l*i: points. Million's MMHnrtmceMr nnd Mrs. Jourd Hurdin. Miss Jann Wilson, n student at Sdinhu-estern in Memphis, was the week end of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bnker Wilson. Mr, and Mrs. Roland Oxford and daughter. Hfc/hwoy Produce RED BANK, N. J.W—There are enough SIRHS on the Garden Sta'.e Pnrkwny lo keep you from getting lost, but if you do you shouldn't starve. The north Jersey-shore superhighway boasts of peach and npple nrchiirds in Ihe center is- liind and outer margins plus ber- rifs. mushrooms and vegetables. Of, unle.s.s you are lost iiud stnrvliiff, picking berries nnd fruit is forbidden. A parkway of- tlcitil put it this way: The high- short lime if motorists were allowed Lo [yvu^e til will. they visited relatives. Mr and Mrs. W. S, Gllbow and dnuRhtt-r and Miss Beaulon Stal- v .............. Hugs W crc in Little Hock Saturday . .of" iTutchinson" I to attend the University of Arknn- Kans.. and Mr. and Mrs. j u mrs I sa.s Irishman and Little Bock Jim- O.vford .spent Saitirrtny in Rlph'y. | ior CollrRC fooVbnU game. visited Mrs. I M rs n. \ Copeland l. ; \CE TKJM — This short, evening gown by Balenciaga uses row upon row of narrow black Chantilly lace in layers. Bodice of smooth lace molds torso to a low hipline, is buttoned up the middle and nipped at the waist by black satin baby ribbon. Coming Events Monday Study Course 1 at First Methodist Church at 7:30 p. m. Band Mothers Club inct'ts at the high school auditorium at 7:30 P- Tuesday Love Group of the First Christian Church meets with Mrs. William Rader at 8 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. II. E. Van Cleve at 7:30 p. m. . Mrs. Harry Began entertains the Octave Club. The Tuesday Bridge Club meets wilh Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Sman School Girls Star in Cleanliness Schoolgirls bitten by the chum- mincss that comes of making new friends in a new class are likely to go overboard with their generosity. Susie borrows a comb. Annie uses a loaned power puff. Mary goes off wiih someone's lipstick and rouge. Hals are passed from one to another, and any girl's new hat is iried on by every friend in class. The pratice of borrowing personal things such as these is not good. Bacteria-growing organisms may be transferred from one to another. It is fine to lend . perfectly clean items such as handkerchiefs or stockings or blouses, providing these things are returned clean or washeci before worn by another. But transferring shoes (at the end of a gym game, for instance; mav cause healthy feet to pick up a bug. Teen-agers more than any other, group need to be conscious of cleanliness. If every thin kept clean-combs and brushes as \vell as hair, face and hands, it will be easier to resist infection. Face blemishes which ordinarily would clear up in a short lime are likely to become more prevalent and irritated if a dirty power puff or grimy hands are constantly put to the face. A schedule nut in an eusy-to student hu three .1UU — «• labeled MONTH, another labeled WEEK an another EVERY DAY. Under her every day list sht even lists tooth brushing, because she says sometimes in » rush she is likely to forget. Other daily grooming remlnderj include: bath, shine shoes, wash underware and stockings, brush hair, inspect nails. Weekly chores Include closet inspection (removing all article* to be washed or cleaned), shoei to shoemiker, mending, shampoo, weight check ( a pound or two may be lost quickly by giving up sodas, or sundaes. Later it may be more difficult to lose when it jets to the 10 or 20 pound stage.) i Manicure, pedicure and leg de) uizzing are othe grooming poitlt- i ers to observe every week. Once a month this coed reviews everything in the grooming department. She cleans out her closet, sets things in order and straightens out bureau drawers. She finds this a good time, too, it she cares for her own room to see it curtains or bedspread need laundering. There is nothing prettier than a sparklingly clean teen - ager. The young girl who stresses cleanliness and neatness will find that it makes up for a multitude of have! nots such as new clothes and accessories. . , ,. . , , , , , Nylon tncot lingerie has added lo Wednesday Mrs. William Lamuert entertains the TLE Bridge Club. Members of the Town and Country Club meet with Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Chapter D. of PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. E. B. Gee at 1 p.m. Mrs. R. P. Cure entertains members of the Wednesday Bridge Club at thR Country Club. Ynrbro PTA meets at the school at 3 p. m. preceded by an executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. D. E. Wimberly will be guest speaker and has chosen as his topic, "Safety." Study Course at First Methodist Church at 7:30 p. m. Sudbury PTA Executive Board meets at school at 1:30 p.m. A study course follows at 2 p.m. and the mi nuj. tj"j•*• •••..*, i regular meeting is at 3 p.m. Betty Ann Hnrber entertains the] cjly Counc ii of Beta Sigma Phi NN Bridge Chin. ! meets with Mrs. Randal Hawks, chores that somehow are postponed from day to (lay. One returned last nii:IU from Vlcksbunv. Miss. Trim., \vhere they .hunt's Oxford's hrother, C. Staniu-ld. ami lamily. \vhrre 'she had spent several days Mrs. Myrtle Mi-Bride of Tuscum- ' visiting her brother. Lester Alli- bia. Ala., spent [lit- past week here soll _ iin d family. In Memphis she visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Gary is. Mr. nnd Mrs. Drew spent yesterday in Memphis where they visited relatives. Mrs. J, H. Chlldivss and Mrs Mrs. Russell H. Farr entertains the Tri-Town Club. Mrs. Harold Nunn entertains the CIS Bridge Club al, the home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Sr. The Country Club Bridge League has regular meeting. Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters oi the American Revolution meet al. Hold Noble al. 1 p.. m. Mrs. Hiram Wylie, Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Sr. and Mrs. J. E. Dicks are hostesses. Study Course at First Methodist Church at 7:30 p. m. Senior hifih PTA mo/'ts at school at 3 p. m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. Soc Calendar arid The Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma mecls at Ihe home of Mrs. j Lucille Walson, "08 Northeast Partway, at 7:30 p.m. Promised Land M c I h o d i s t Church harvest supper. 5 to 8 p.m. | A substitute officers night will j be held by the Eastern Star pre- ceeded by a politick dinner at li:30 p. m. 7:30 p.m. Thurscay Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., entertains GEO Club. Members of Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. J. H. Smart. Mrs. Bob Mctcalfc entertains the Vendrecli Bridge Club. Lii Nueve Club meets with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains the Chillkm Club. Biinlette PTA meets at 2 p.m. For suffering of Victor Slilwell wero m Ll over Ihe week end where tended the University of Arkansas freshman and Little Hock Junior College football game. While there. also visited relatives E R Pruitt is undergoing treat- llURhe.V| |nI , nt nt lhe chtckasawba Hospital. He is m 'oom B-17. Mrs. H. C. Bush and Mrs. T. I. nil d-.uip.hler, Ann, spent iTu-v nl-isnlurday in Memphis. T. I. Seay. Paul Pryor and Forrest Moore are spending several days at Norlork Lake. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TODAY One Big Affair" PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS \njHSSION 50c I'NDKR n KRKK WITH PARKNTS TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY CARLOAD Admitted for 2 - 50* Tickets DOUBLE FEATURE AND "HELL GATE" \Vilh Rctrlinjr Harden & .loan Leslie PLUS CARTOON: "FEUD THERE WAS" of the year /•-,> our mink V trimmed fitted coat Sleek, dromolic and elegant from the yoke (rimmed molded bodice to oulstand- ins gored skirt. To flatter your figure more lhan you ever thought a coat could! Magnificently, tailored in an exclusive fabric of 20% fur and 80% wool. The precious mink collar is maneuverable ... is easily detached and can be wotn to enhance your favorite suits, - sweaters, and dresses. Black, Taupe, \ Charcoal. Sizes B to 18 as featured in modern screen Eastside Garden Club meets ,aL Mrs. B. A. Bug for a workshop be- \ ginning at 10:30. ; Club 28 meets al American Le-1 gion Hut. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flee- j nan,. Mr. and Mrs. J. W., Adams] .nd Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones arc losts. Friday Ladies Bible Class meets In Pel- owship Hall, First . Methodist Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Mary ienley, Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. Odie Freeman and Mrs. Winfield tfick are hostesses. I Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio Blytheville I'o 3-8666 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to Kl/CN at 10:10 m.m. and 4 p.m. for KIU i Boxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY She tops her Academy Award triumph in "Come Back, Little Slicba'.' ^ SHIRLEY BOOTH ROBERT RYAN: L»««r,niMARJIE MILLAR-ALEX NICOL • Directed By DANIEL MANN Sci«tnptsy by KET1I fRINGS and HAL KAMIER -r.or, ii> ( n= ,«i o.VI;M DILVAR • * MMVOUM PICTUHE PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS Tues. • Wed. • Thurs. • Fri. 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