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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER HEWI TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1955 - Society News - _ A si~n«—, Onninnr EMJtrii* 9 Phor Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Young People of Blytheville Trick or Treat for UN Children Young People of Blytheville Churches collected approximately ?330 last night for the United Nations International Childrens Emergency Fund when they went trick or treating i Bits of News for an hour. This tour followed a spaghetti chairman, supper at First Methodist Church when the Methodist Youth Fellowship, with Mrs. Dick J. White, as chairman, acted as hosts. Fellowship Hall of the church was decorated for the occasion in the Halloween motif. The meal was , A r U / p«-i fii f pf S served by the girls of the Meth-i/VClVCllLUl V-J. J odist Church. I , T T Following the tour, the group re-; f 'I,-. _ c I—I T c turned to First Baptist Church for VjJ.d.33 J--IA3 a party. They were led into a room of horror where ghosts, goblins and witches pranced about and other Halloween horrors could be seen. From there they went to ihe Intermediate Department of the church which was decorated with orange and black streamers and apples suspended from the ceiling;. Mrs. R. E. Weir of Brighten, | Tenn., has returned home after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. W. Climaxing the evening, fortunes Leonarci smith, and Mr. Smith, were told by Mrs. Charles Frank | Mr antj Mrs p_ B . Joyner and Pitts. As the group left they were j daughter Cecelia left Saturday morning for New York where Mr. j Joyner will attend a meeting of j the National Association of Li-i censed Law Officials as a member | of the Arkansas Real Estate Commission. Mrs. Frank Whitworth is in Kansas City, Mo., visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wactor an-. nounce the birth of R daughter, Oct. I 26, at Chick-dsawba Hospital. The I , baby, their first child, has been Christian Adventurers Class of j named Elva lola. Mrs. Wactor and First Christian Church was enter-1 her infant daughter uere removed; tained with a Halloween party at; to their home at 1609 Hearn today the home of the Rev. and Mrs ' James Rainwater Sunday night. The home uas decorated in tl" given popcorn balls and apple: HalloweenParty Suspended from the ceiling in tiie j Halloween theme with orange and Blytheville, has been elected assist- i Miss Gilliland's escort was Darrell ;enter of the room was a larjre: biack balloons being suspended from an ' t treasurer of the Phi Epsilon " Moador with Shirley Ann's escort skeleton head. Later in the evening in a contest, this head was burst and lollipops, gum and other goodies fell and were gathered by the crowd. Com stalks were placed about the room. Other activities in this social hour was a skit presented by Emily Damon. Kay Jobe. Robert Holt, Nicky Weedman and Dick Foster. A ghost story was told by Frank McCool after which the group bobbed for apples. Faces from paper sacks were also made by the young people. Miss Dottie Whistle served as general chairman for the paper with Martha Jnne Bartholomew serving as decorations chairman, Pat Brown, refreshment chairman, and Charles Abbott, entertainment Busy Bees Class Has Halloween Party Busy Bees Sunday School Class of Gateway Tabernacle Church was entertained with a Halloween Party In the home of their teacher, Miss juanita Davis, with nine members and two guests present. Eddie Lucas and Miss Opal Phillips were crovmed king and queen of the class. Harold Whitney was winner of the competitive game. The six-week honor roll, first ol the school year, for BlythevilleJun- ior High School is announced today. Retaining an A average for this six weeks were Lucy Caudill. Emily Huffman. Susie Human, Carol Parish, Judy Reed, Mary Lou Sander, Judy Smothermon. Mary Ann Stout, Lycha Sudbury, Sarah Tvumble and Ethel Wyatt. Others on the list \vere Florence Ambrose, Martha Arends, Barbara Blackwood,. Jerry Boges, James Barksdale, Neal Brett. Linda Brown, Patricia Caperton, Lynn Chapman, Sarah Clark, Mary Alice Clay, Danny Cooper, Nancy Cupper, Harding Cure; Joe Dennis, Sandra Dougherty, Linda Dover, Raymond Emmert, Margaret Farris, Ann Fuzgerald, Harvey Flowers, Betty Lou Gee, Patricia Gracy. Joyce Halford, Grace Haney, Pat Haney, Linda Hannah, Rebecca Harris, Joe Havnes; Gail Henson. Jerry Hodge, Jean Ellen Hood, Rayedeene Hooper, Jo Evelvn House, Margaret Jackson, Jo At the annual Halloween Carnival of Dell Schools De-l Aim" Jarrett. Pranke Johns. Theresa Miss carol Ann Holt, student at ! [ ores Gilliland was elected queen of the high school and Shir- Jones, James King. Sylvia Ladd, ira - - - • • i Lambert, Barbara Leastlre, Jerry Lowe, Janice Mainer. Nancy Miui- gan, June Moore. Russell Moore, Betty Moxley, Patricia McDennes, John McDowell; Betty McGree, Billy Nelson, Mary Jo Odgen, Eugenia Oenning. Paul Petty. Donna Pierson, Bonnie Sue PiesnelL P.eba Quarles, Minnie Reagan, Elizabeth Rice. Connie Rivgersen. Donald Rogers, James nore. jaNoel Smith, Linda th, Mary Stevenson; Jesse Taylor,- Mary Taylor, Jane Terry, Linda Trieschmann, Becky Delores Gilliland Shirley Williams Querns Elected at Dell Carnival Junior High Honor Roll Is Announced Former Resident Wed in New York The marriage of -Mrs. Kate Turck of, Brantinkham, N. Y., a former BIytlieville resident, and Esiey Hallenbeck of Scotia, N. V.. was solemnized at 2 p.m. on Oct. 12 by ihe Rev. \V. Raymond Rogers at Scptia Baptist Church. Mrs. Turck was given in m:ir- riage by Dr. Laurence M. Campbell of Loudonville. Miss Edna Hallenbeck, sister of, tiie groom, was maid of honor. Arthur BreWe of Hamburg was best man, Mrs. Turck chose for her wedding a gown of Dior blue with matching [ accessories and wore a corsage of white chrysanthemums. Following a reception the couple : left for an extended trip to the i south. They will make their home } in Scotia. Beacon Church Members Have Party Members of Bencon Baptist Church were entertained with a HnJIowwn and Tacky party last ni^ht in the recreation rooms of Chickasaw Courts. In Hie games played by the 2» members present, R. C. Benefield and Harry Coleman were winners. Paul McDaniel und Mrs. ROT SchuharL were winners in costujn* conipetilion. I Mississippi southern college an<i [ ev ^mi Williams, queen of the grade school. lie ! daughter 01 Mrs. Mino F. Dover o! • + " the ceiling and trick or treat bags c h a pter of Delta Delta Delta soror-! being Robert Morris Houston. were placed about the rooms. j jt y at lri e college. ' This affair is sponsored by the A large lighted jack-o-lanterlij A.JC. and Mrs. Charles Echvard psji-enl-Teacher Association. centered the refreshment table. j Booker announce the birth of their i Sylvia Ann Keener served as flow- In the business session conducted j j-j rsL c hild, a son, yesterday at Ciiick-1 er girl for coronation ceremonies] by Bill Stovall, Jr., plans were made; a5aw ba Hospital. The baby has been j with Ricky Austin and Ronnie Stal-j for Thanksgiving baskets to be dis- | name cl Charles Edward Booker, Jr.; lings serving as train bearers. Frank tributed and for the monthly party' ' to be held at the home of Lt. and Mrs. Jack Harrington. It was also announced that clothing for the World Day of Prayer should be taken to the home of the j x enn _. after a visit here in the hoim' class teacher, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, j Ol - then- daughter, Mrs. Ben Harpole, and Mrs. "~ ' ' ~ ' ts]pi~rffi I Mrs. Booker is the former Miss Pat j Tate was crown bearer. Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.j Noble Gill, Sr., crowned the; Frank Wagner. j queens. . Mr. and Mrs. C. 5. Lemonds have | in the costume contests, Mrs. returned to their home in Trenton. ! James Tidwell was winner in the Pupils Go Trick or Treating \ |>f Pupils in the kindergarten of Mrs. Joe Trieschmann arrived at school dressed asj Lt. and Mrs. Harrington and Miss Louella Alley were in charge of the party games played during the evening. Mrs. Lowe presidede at the refreshment table. New members present at the party: i_i | |_. , /OO( _ were Sgt and Mrs. Howard Lay i Fid I I (JWCCI 1 Jr. Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mrs. E. L. Hale have returned home after a week in Hot Springs. and Lt. and Mrs. Curt Johnson. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Toe & 35c At All Times TUES., WED. & THURS. Double Feature 0/H/S S ray CURTIS E-3J 8 (jlORJAKHAVEN -OENENEISON.J SJMNfCAJVEJ- — AND — Cartoon "Rear Sleeps" Young Married People Have Halloween Party Young Married People's Depart- metn of First Baptist Church was entertained in the Primary Department of the church last night with a Halloween party. As they arrived they were ushered into a "witche's den" and seated before a brewing pot where their fortunes were told. Afterwards, they went into an adjoining room where black cats, skeletons, witches and pumpkins were on display. Games were played during the evening by members, who were nil in costume, and a "singsplration" was held. Refreshments of apple and pumpkin pie along with coffee were served. Mrs. C. S. Alexander, superintendent of the department, was In charge of the party. Special RUestB were members of Blytheville Air Force Base. Parties Given V Groups "Teen Town" of junior high school had its Halloween-party at the Blytheville Y Friday night with over 90 participating in the activities. The Y was decorated in witches, pumpkins, black cats, owls, and corn stalks. The Junior High parent Teachers A.s.soeintion served Ihe food which consisted of sandwiches and cookies. dull division and Sammy Black- [ y^terday mo r ning ™ hes ' g1os ' Jtley. Mar; 1 Wade, Carolyn West- al]> wheeler. Johnna Wilson. wood was winner in the children's division. The Seventh grade Jr-Tri-Hi-Y j Week of Prayer Observed by Wesle an Guild Wesleyan Guild of First Methodist Church met at the church last night for a spec i til program in observance of the Week of Prayer. Mrs. C. A. Vinson served as program chairman with Mrs. Rex Warren, Mrs. James White. Mrs. George Wiggs, Mrs. Harold Eggensperger, Mrsf Jim Lum and Miss Delsie Stewart assisting. Mrs. Ralph Berry man served as pianist and provided softbackground music throughout the program. A worship center was decorated tons and other Halloween spooks. Following roll call, the students departed on a trick or treat march. first going to the home of Mrs. C. L. Miore on Main. From there they walked to the home of Mrs. Russell C. Farr where she and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Russell H. Farr, greeted the children. Lighted pumpkins and other Halloween novelties decorated Chip Wright and Aimedia Yancey. Favorites Improve New Liberty jYWAHas [Meeting I New Liberty Baptist Young Worn-: en's Auxiliary met ac the home of; Marie Bevlll last night. J Following roll call and group; I singing, Mrs. Clyde Webb led the i i opening prayer. j | Marilyn Lutes led the mission; I program with Dorothy Kouri, Miss I 1 Bevill, Pat Holder and Martha Mid- : 1 dleton taking parts. Mrs. Wiilard i ' Bess led the closing prayer. : Following the program. Peltry ! Higgins and Nelsa Sue Jackson. ' recent brides, were presented white : Bibles. ! Dunng the social hour, refresh-; merits were served. ! By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor It seems that no one in the business of manufacturing beauty aid; is standing still for a minute. Un- thl! j der the pressure brought on by hot- home. Refreshments of candy nnd| tled hand soapSi bottled dish soaps chewing gum were given the chil- and special cleansing face creams, dren. two of America's most traditional Next calling place was the home • bar soaps n;ive revamped their of Mrs. Jimmy Edwards where she,' products. Mrs. Orlie Parker and Mrs. Robinson were hostesses. The party was held in the den Jack! Those who use these two products probably think it's silly, but both which was decorated with black and manufacturers found good reason for improving their time-proven e even grae r-r-- - • were guc.sts of Nancy Cupples at a ! *ith gold chrysanthemums. Placed Lhe no!es . Halloween parly nl the Cupples' before this was a cross upon which MarshmaHowi new home at 709 East Main Street, was cast a soft glow by burning tap- and mouth wi The party was in the garage which was decorated for the occasion. Games and fortun telling was the entertainment for the evening, sion work, with Johnnie Dale Blackwell acting as the fortune teller. Prizes for the most original costume went to Robert Oakley and to Frankie Johns. At the conclusion, an offering was given which will be u.sed for mis- Marriage Licenses The following couples have tained marriage licences from office of Mississippi County Clerk, Nell Elizabeth Blythe Parker: W. Z. Johnson and Mary Morgan, both of Blytheville. Richard M. Crawford and Nelta Sue Jackson, both of Blytheville. Ernest Pate, Blytheville, and Irene Jarrett, Hornersville, Mo. Johnny Ramsey and Annie Lee Forrester, both of Manila. Jim Sims and Myrtle Clay, both of Hayti. Henmui Henry Lindsay and Anna Elizabeth King, both of LuJtora. Jerry Lee Carter and Betty Jean Swiliart, both of LeachvilLe. Bengy Higglns and Peggy Ruth Guntcr, both of Blylheville. John Jerome Haley, LuXora, and Christean Hogan, Monete, Charles Robert Hlnsort and Carol Ann. Lodner,.both of Blytheville. Bobby Gene Stokes, Steele. and Ramonn Nicholas, BIytlieville. Drinks and sandwiches were served. The hosipss was assisted in entertaining by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cupples and Miss Margaret Wright of the Blythcville Y, At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. O. Korney. Cooler Chick a saw ha Hospital Dismissed: Emmctt Lee 'A'hitten. city Mrs. Lloyd Finley, Manila Virginia Harpole, City Mrs. Alex Curtis, Manila Mrs. Speck McGregor, city Mrs. Estelle Gfulberry, city Mrs. Russell McMinn and baby, Hrrmondale Sarah Shoas, A.-Jiport Mrs. Ernest. McKenzie and baby, city Delia Ann Ray. city Mrs. Hank Dodd and baby, city Lester Henry, AHon, 111. Coming Events , orange balloons and apples shaped | products. as mice. j The first manufacturer, early this Punch was sen'ed the children summer, did several things to his from a large hollowed pumpkin. The soap. He changed the fragrance, eyes of the pumpkin were made of! making it into a combination of 37 doughnuts with corn candy filling I different scents. He changed the shape, making it into a bar that's formed the nose \ designed for faster lathering. Irn- th the corn candy j proved manufacturing techniques. forming the teeth. ] he explained, made it possible to On "the Halloween plate was; make the bar whiter than before, pumpkin shaped cookies, chocolate j too. candy shaping clowns and marshmallows forming small mice. Read Courier News Classified Ads. TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Mary Lyons, 7:30 p.m. Beta Sip ma Phi benefit bridge and canasta party. Hotel Noble. 7:30 p.m. WEDXKSDAY Coninnimiy Council for Fluond.'i- tion iiiCL-tinR at City Hall, 8 p.m. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. . Club Eight being entertained by Mrs. H G. Partlow. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs, W. J. Pollard. THURSDAY Armorel Home Demonstration | Club meeting at, home of Mrs. W. O. i Anderson, for pot luck luncheon. j Chillion CHID meeting with Mrs ! Mary Hatfield. j Lottie Moon Y\VA meeting at ] church. 7:30 p.m. | Duplicate Bridge League meet- ' ing. ! Emanon Club meeting with Mrs ; Lewis Murphy. • • j GEO Club meeting with Mrs j Frank Seay. | Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Chester Caldwell. LaNueve Club meeting with Mr? R. E. Green. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. W L. Horner. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs J. H. Smart. FRIDAY Chapter N, FEO, meeting at home of Mrs. Elton Kirby, 2 p.m LaFinesse Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Jontz. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. World Community To point-out the new -virtues in his standby_ product, he added a gold foil wrapping that also keeps the bar fresher. The second soap maker decided Lo change his heavy-duty bar soap from gray to white. He pointed out that his survey showed that women preferred it by a score of 9 to 1. So he changed his soap color accordingly. This last is a very new chanee and may be just coming into local markets. Both improvements show that a manufacturer of beamy products is j unwilling to stand still if he can of- Day Program f r e a product that appeals to more at First Christian Church 2 p.m..{women. It means better soaps, bet- preceded by executive board meeting at 1:30 p.m. ter perfumes, safer cosmetics and a better bet for beauty all raound. For beauty and health's sake. too, never apply powder with a soiled puff. Not only are soiled puffs unsightly, but they are known spreaders of infection. THEATRE On W. Main SI. 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