The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 15, 1954
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER It, 1954 Mies Millie Ann - Society News - io Ann MaJJory, Society Editor * Pho; Phune 3-4461 Miss Jo Ann Trleschmann Engagement of Miss Trieschmann To John Wall, Jr., Is Announced In an engagement of social interest, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph George Trieschmann today arc announcing I ho engagement of their daughter, Jo Ann, to John Leonard Wall, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard Wall, Sr,, of Euclora, Ark. Miss Trleschmann is the granddaughter of Mrs. James Benjamen Hale and the late Mr. Hflle of Little Rock and M rs. Goo rgc J us tu.s Trieschmann and the laic Mr. Trlcschmann of Wellman, In. Miss Trieschmtum is a graduate of Blythevillc High school where she was outstanding in the field of music and other extra c.urneuliu' activities. She wns a gradimte of Mississippi Southern College, Hal- Duplicate League Plays Howell Movement Members of the Duplicate Bridge League conducted n turre table Howell Movement ls\sV ni^ht, Winners In the games wen: Mrs. Prank Grigsby and Mrs. Jim Roleson, first; Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W, D. Chamblfn. second; and Mrs. Poy Etchieson and Oscar Hardaway, third. ticslnu'B, Miss., where she was music major. A member of the Chi Omega sorority .she served n.s president her senior year and wafi also president of the Pi Delln Rho soro- Thft bride - t*Iecl \vfts .student dircclor of the college choir and a member of the student coimc She is listed in Who's Who's in America Colleges nnd Universities and is now elementary music supervisor at Kcnnctt, Mo. Mr. Wall is a graduate of EUrtora HlRh School and attended (he University nf Houston at Houston, Tex., and received his hiichelor o[ science decree in education Irom Arkansas I Stale Teachers College at Cuiuvuy lie received his masters degree Irom George PenlMHly Collcsc lor Teachers in Nashville, Tenii., nnd has had one years post graduate at the Siiinc school, He is a member of (he Sly inn Tiiu Gamma, social frutfrmiy and Phi Delta Kappa, honorary !rat- ernity for professional eduniturs. Mr. Wall served in I he European Theaire of Operations during World War II and Is now elementary director of KenniHL Public Schools, The weddinp. will he solemni/ed Nov. 26, with plans Io be announced later. LaNueve Bridge, Club Has Meeting Mrs. R. E. Grmi \vns ho.sli-ss in meinbrrs of (hr LaNuevr Cluh ; u hfr ils ly.ur- were- Mrs. Cok'm;\u Stevens. hi|;h. JMrs. Newton Whins, .second lii^h Dress Alike Is Latest Campus Fad How are you point; to tell the girls from the boys? The new look-nlike fad Hint started this summer and is slfttcd to sweep college and high school campuses this fall poses some problems for nearsighted teachers. Not satisfied with adopting; the Mrs. Hn.sseli Haynes Fanman's shirt, schoolgirls this faintest of the croup. Preceding ihi are borrowing most of the other bridge Annies the hostess served i casual fashions—Bermuda shorts, I denser] course. knee socks, sports-car coats and, J In the- hridne panic-: winner.-in some instances, even hi? cut. When a girl has a crew-cut arid! and Mrs. Lynn ili^he.s. bndy. is attired in shorts, socks, shirt, shoes and coat just like her brother's, how is a tencher to know whether to call her Mary or John? Top campus style for both boys and en-Is this fall is reported to be charcoal, pray flannel Bermuda shorts, pmk m;ui-tailored shins, knee socks either in mulching gray or a contrasting color, and the short storm coat originally de- sipned for men, now adopted by girls. Universal choice in shoos to t;o with this outfit is the loafer or moccasin, for both boys and girls. So far the only deviation in this look-alike fad is that girls pretcr j their knee socks in vivid colors or Argyle patterns, while men st:ck to dark socks to match their sweaters, which may be bright red, green or any of a range of pastels now oiiered by alert manufacturers. The dress-alike craze, of course, holds good only lor casual daytime occasions. For dances and dates the girls go back to their petticoats and high heels, earrings and perfume, and look as feminine as any old-fashioned beau could desire. Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio Blyfheville Po 3-86G6 Why don't you carry TUMS? Don't let aci<i indigestion pet the best of you. Don't suffer needlessly from heartburn and gassy pressure pains. I>o as rnilltcm do — always carry Turns for tab-speed relief from acid stomach distress. Turns can't ovcr-alkali/e, can't 0.1 use acid rebound. They require no water, rio mixing. (.,«< a handy roll of Turns today! TUMI FOt IHf TUMMT Special Services To Be Held at Episcopal Church Young churt-lunen of the Episcopal Churches throughout the United States will conduct special worship services Sunday morning. The young churchmen of St. Stephen's Episcopal church will participate in these servicts with morning prayer at 7'30 a. m. These services will bfi conducted by Edwin Cure, Jr., lay reader and Lcroy Huddleston, Jr., will serve as acolyte. A breakfast will be served at the parish house follownig, the services and hostesses will be Mrs. Dale B. Dunlap and Mrs. Lcroy Huddlest- ton. GEO Bridge Club Has Meeting In Ellis Home Members of the GEO Club met at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., last nlKhl. Chrysanthemums, marigolds, pumpkins and black cuts decorated the entcrtiiining rooms whore quests were .seated. Mrs. Ed Bnrbtme and Mrs. Ruhc Cnrson were Riiests of ilic group. In (ho bridge gfimcs, Mrs. Curson u'fjn high, Mrs. Joe McHaney. second high and Mrs. Johnson Bhickwell won bridge. A salad plate wns served by the hostess at the conclusion of the games. Kibitzer Club Entertained at Rustic Inn Hllsllc Inn wns the mcctiiiK place for thp Klbll/cr Club yostcrelny when Mrs. J. H. anuirt enter- In Ined. A Hiillo\veen motif was carried out in the flowers, decorations and refreshments. Mrs. Charles CHgftor, Iff. Mrs. Bill Janir. nnd Mrs. Rube Corson were Kuests, of the ^I'oup. Mrs. Cai'son won IilKh nnd Mrs. Charles AttltcV: won second high in the bridge Barnes. At the Hospitals Ill.vthcvillr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ployri Burner, Cooler Richard Kerbouph, city ChlcUasawlm HtisjUtul Dismissed: Mrs. Hurry Wheat, city Howell Alexander, Manila Kennelli McMilllun, city Claude Crawford, city Mrs. Thomas Bcasley, Strele Laura Peterson, city E. R. Prultt. city Mrs. Bill Mardin. i-ilv Walls normal Dismissed; Hob Gwyn, city Mrs. Robert Hrn.sli-y and baby, Stot'lc Miss Allene WImtierly Miss Wimberly Elected Leader AtSouthwestern Miss Allcne Wimberly. daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. D. F,. Wimberly, hii.s been elected president of the Independent Women at Southwestern in Memphis. Miss Wimbfrly. a member of the Independent Women for two years, was an entrant for the group in the Lynx Beauty Contest last year. She was a member of the Methodist Student Fellowship and the Lynx ;itaff, the Southwestern annual, her ireshmnn year. She has been a student counselor for two years. A junior at Southwestern Miss Wimberly was a graduate of Bly- Iheville HlRh School where she was an out.stancling student. Mrs. Metcalfe Entertains Vendredi Club Mrs. Bob Mntcalfe entertained mernhnrs of I he Vendredi Bridge Club at her home last night. Arrangements oi la 11 flowers were \isrtl abmil the enlevliuninR rooms where the guests were seated. Mrs. Bill Slack won high in the games, Mrs. Frank Hall, second high nnd Mrs. Hank Dodd, bridge. Mrs. Robert Turner wns a guest of thr group. At (he conclusion of the games the hostess served ft dessert course. You can remove the burnt taste from scorched milk by putting the pan in cold water ami adding pinch of salt to the milk. WANTED Home Economist Work with xw a established rumiiany Deere* oi major fn 'Icsirahlc tint nol irquirfd Ma vr car Hlvi- previous f * peril-it IT mnrrlvd nr sinclr rdno- tional qn.iHrirailcn« anil *cr Bo: A-l An Important New Suit pa ul sachs Perfect and patrician... Paul 5ach$' Imperial Faill* (acdatejrayon) suit with fuinover tobj accented with chinestone buttons... thawl <oltar, long jleevei. Slim-ikirted. Black, Grey, Brown, Purple, Green, Navy ...Siiei 10 to 20. ours exclusively Bits of News Wo ot E. R. Pruitt, who has been undergoing treatment at the Chickasawba Hospital, is now at his home. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and Mrs. John Tyrone are in Mobile, Ala., to attend the Blythe- vIlle-Mobile football game. Mrs. Jimmy Quick, a teacher of the young people's department of the Nazarene Church, left yesterday for Beach Grove, Ark., where she will be a special speaker at the Zone Rally of Nazarene Churches. Bertna Ann Oaines. a freshman at Memphis State college, Is, a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Oaines. Miss Gaines has pledged to the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. Second Lieutenant Billy Wayne McFarland. who has been stationed at Fort Benning, Oa., Is spending a furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cary McFarland, before being transferred to Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. Mrs. Marcus Evrard was in Paragould Wednesday to visit Mrs. Prances Tipton of El Paso. Tex., who was visiting there. Mrs. 'Pipton returned home with Mrs. Evrard to spend several days. Among those In Jonesboro today to attend the Stale Sunday School Convention of Haptist Churches are Mrs. Hoyt Brown, _Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Chapman, Mrs. Alvin Hardy, Mrs. C. L. Evans and Mrs. Harry Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vowell announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at the Chicknsawba Hospital. The baby, who has been named Mclinda Jane, has two brothers, Jack ant! Van Allen. Richard Kerbotigh, who was injured in an accident last Sunday, has been dismissed from the hospital and is now at his home on Birch Street. Mr. and Mrs. E. Harold Shliford of Hickory, N. C.. are arriving to- dav for a visit with their daughter- Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mr. Haines and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., and sons are spending this week In Senatobia, Miss., where they arc the guests of Mrs. Hubbard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sheddan. Dell FHA Elects Chapter Mothers The Dell Future Homemakers Class met last week and elected their chapter mothers for the year. Elected were Mrs. Clay stnllings, Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. S. T. Freeman .and Mrs. Coy Tweerile. These mothers help promote the chapter in money making campaigns and social activities. OSCEOLA'S COURT — Miss Vivian Lannum (top center) will reign tonight as Osceola's homecoming queen in Osceola High School's football game with Helena. Queen Vivian Is shown here with her court which will attend her during crowning ceremonies. Standing are (left to right) Anna Beth Marrow, junior maid, and Judy Pegues. freshman maid. Seated first row (left to right) Pat Brown, junior maid, and Joan Wilson, senior maid; second row—Lorene Rogers, sophomore maid, Gay Waddell, senior maid, and Jo Nan Nelson,-~-senior maid. Bottom row (left to right) are drum majorettes Lynn Weinberg and Linda Davis, who will escort the queen and her court. (Courier News Photo) ' Lottie Moon YWA Conducts Meeting The Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of the Trinity Baptist Church met in the home of Miss Betty Cavinscss last night. There v/ere 13 members, four visitors and one new member, Miss Charline Garner, present. The meeting was opened with the p.roup repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. Howarl Calclwcll who also taught the mission st'f.dy. Mrs. R W. Wooten dismissed the OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! -— —— - . — — „_„.-_„ — ..•»,„ — — — « — - — — •«-•. — — — — — —— •>—••••! — LAST TIMES TONIGHT WARNER BROS. n,..«»T«. JOHNWAYNE m «M • mmm • mmis m an •!»'(»uy.'. .immn.i,..,,., . ,.,,„„ ,,»'lf»[JIi(S. PLUS TWO COLOR WARNERPHONIC SOUND SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. Ancient Egyptians embalmed a imals as wen as numan beings. If you're thinking of purchasing a television set, you might consider the plastic cabinets. Triese don't show scratches and are easy to keep clean with soap and water. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rltz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY is SGT.JOE FRIDAY in the First Feature-Length Production oft Trunk' it in tS*f* twinging loo! BEN ALEXANDER os Officer Frank Smith ,„ .RICHARD LBREffl »M«1KMl WmSSm JACK WEBB mm mi PLUS SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program N OGERS - TRIGGER- PLUS CARTOON: "FRAMED CAT" in ,„,„,.„ COlOSl ^eoioRi *4,f|-;. j MEJS?-— ___ j'- j PLUS CARTOON "FRIGHT Tu FIHiiH" SUNDAY and MONDAY SUNDAY and MONDAY HER HEART WAS SET ON A SKY GUY FLIGHT NURSE JOAN LESLIE • FORREST TUCKER -. 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