The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 3, 1955
Page 4
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PAQBFOUK HLTTrTFYlLLB (ABK.f COTRHSR WEWg , HWEMBBR S, - Society News *. &»»m UoUnv-u ftfMMpt.v Rditar ' MIMM HiHi* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone S-4461 ENGAGED — In a ceremony to be solemnized in December, Miss Aurita Ashford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ashford of Russellville, will become the bride of Billy Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Long of Blytheville. Betrothal of Miss Ashford To Billy Long Is Made Known The betrothal of Miss Aurita Ashford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ashford of Russellville, to Billy Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Long of Blytheville, was made known today. A December wedding is being* planned by the couple. Miss Ashford is a graduate of Russellville High School and Arkansas Polytechnic College where Bhe was active in extra-curricular activities. The bride-elect is now a fourfa grade teacher in Central Grade School here. Mr. Long is a graduate of Blytheville High School and has recently completed two years service \yith the Air Force. He is now employed by Ark-Mo Power Company. Mrs. Welch Has Club ForMrs. Clark Mrs. Loy Welch entertained Town and Country Club yesterday for Mrs. James B. Clark, Red roses and Thanksgiving novelties were used to decorate entertaining rooms of the home and in placecards and tallies. Guests of the club .were Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker and Mrs. John McHaney nlong with Mrs. Welch. Mrs. Welch and Mrs. Lloyd Wise Were bridge winners. Mrs. Stacy Guest of Bridge Club Mrs. Edgar Stacy was guest yesterday when Mrs. Marvin Robinson was hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club with a luncheon followed by un afternoon of bridge ijames. An arrangement of fall flowers was used to center the luncheon table. Mrs. Stacy and Mrs. F. E. Bluek were high scorers In the games. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Miscellaneous Shower Honors Mrs. Langley Ms. W. T. Lnngley,, the former Mary Ann Grimes, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Tuesday night at Burdette School home economics building. Hostesses were Mrs. W. B. Hobson, Mrs. E. H. Crook and her daughter, Miss Mabel Crook. The honoree wore a grey and blue wool dress with matching accessories. She was presented a gift corsage of white carnations interspersed with tuberoses. Special guests at the party were Mrs. Harry Grimes, mother of the bride, and Mrs. ,W. M. Langley, mother of the groom. Following the opening of gifts, presented by the 40 guests, refreshments of punch and cookies were served. Club Eight Entertained With Luncheon Members of Club Eight wore entertained at the home of Mrs. Charles Langs ton yesterday. The affair wtus EI politick luncheon. Mrs. Langston entertained for Mrs. H. G. Partlow who has been ill. Mrs. S. C. Owen won high in the bridge games with Mrs. Langston winning second high and bridgo. A good traveling companion for n beautiful en-route woman is a folding drying racs tnat collapses like an umbrella to go in the suitcase. It'll hold a lot of lingerie when it's set up. Dessert-Bridge Compliments Miss Killian Candles in hurricane lamps centered individual tables Tuesday night when Miss Dixie Killian was complimented with a dessert-bridge at the home of Miss Rarnona Grafton. Miss Crafton and Mrs. George Green were hostesses. The candles were in pink except Miss George Oswalt of Belle Fontaine, Miss., is here for an extended visit with her niece, Mrs. V. G ! ^ ^d^-VlecV'sVbVwmch'w^ Holland. | centered with a white taper. The Among Blytheville residents inj ca ndle theme WHS further carried Jackson tomorrow night to attend j out j n the tallies. the Blytheville - Jackson football game will be Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coieman and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Beth Johnson, George Ann Byrd, Barbara Dale Dunlap, Mary Ann Tompkins; Kay Jobe, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Gena Gaines, Sue and Lou Owens, Donna Stanfield, Mrs. Jess Homer, June Homer, Mrs. Willis Harris, Nancy Harris, Molly Jo Beasley, Elaine Richardson, Susan Huffman, Martha Huddleston; Ann Marr, Susan Moore, Mrs. Fred Bean, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Linda Bean, Susie McWaters, Martha Hart, Emily Damon, Sally Me- Cutchen, Martha Manley, Martha Jane Bartholomew, Betty Clouse, Jan Mullins and Mr. and Mrs. John Clouse. S/3c Anthony G. Wheat has returned to San Diego, Calif., after visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. P. Wheat, Seman Wheat will be stationed at Balboa Hospital there. He will attend school for six months training as a hospital corpsman. Mrs. E. H. Brown, who under- per Monday night. went surgery last week at Methodist Hospital in Memphis, Is now at her home at 1063 Holly. Mrs. Gene McGuire and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hemby will spend the weekend in Fayetteville visiting their daughters, Miss Jo Alice McGuire and Miss Laura Alice Hemby, students at the University of Arkansas. Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Robert Thompson and Mrs. James Bauj, r h- man spent yesterday in Memphis. Charles DcKroeger of St. Louis was the overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee. Benny Aiken underwent an appendectomy Sunday at, Chickasawba Hospital. He is in Room B-6. Coming Events THURSDAY Armor el Home Demonstration Club meeting at home of Mrs. W. O. Anderson for potluck luncheon. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Mary Hatfield. Lottie Moon YWA meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Ernanon'Club meeting with Mrs. Lewis Murphy. GEO Club meeting with Mrs. Frank Seay. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Chester Caldwell. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. W L. Homer. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs J. H. Smart. .FRIDAY Chapter N, PEG. men ting at home of Mrs. Elton Kirhy, 2 p.m Club meeting with Mrs, Bill Jontz. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. World Community Day Program at. First Christian Church 2 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting at 1:30 p.m. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church meeting at the church. 2 p.m. Hostesses a re M rs. J. W. Portlock and Mrs. F. J. McDearmon. MONDAY Women of Presbyterian Church Executive Board meeting at 2 p.m. at the church. Completing the decorations In the entertaining rooms were bouquets of chrysanthemums. The honoree was dressed for the occasion in a party frock of a(iua. She was presented a talisman gla- melia cordage through which were laced yellow pom-poms sprinkled with glitters. The hostesses also gave her a crystal salad bowl. Miss Marge Hale won high in the games, Miss Betty Nell Holland, second high, and Miss Ann Wilson, bridge. Mrs. Jim Chcadle of Manila was the only out-of-town guest. DollieHiett YWA Has Spaghetti Supper Dollie Hlett Young Women's Auxiliary of First. Baptist Church was entertained with a spaghetti sup OUT OF THE PAST—These flashy young "flapper.i" aren't trying to set a "new" fashion trend in Leavenworth, Kan They're publicizing a nearby college show. "The Roaring Golden Twenties Cafe."* From left are Rosamond Taylor, Claudia Chirnside, Barbara Kynette. Patricia McCune and .Diane Strathman. They raided their mothers' attics lor the 19^0-vintage clothes. 3 DAY DRESS CLEARANCE THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY 4 GROUPS OF DRESSES Picked from our Regular Stock - Values to $29.95 $100 1 $AOO 6 $000 3 10 ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED No Exchangci or Refundt FEINBERG'S «22i "THE FASHION SHOP" 315 W. Main The supper was given at the homi of Miss Martha Jane Bartholomew with her mother. Mrs. G. C. Earth' olomew, assisting in serving. HO-HUM — Managing a bored yawn for the photographer is Adams Douglas, son of actress Jan Sterling and her husband, actor Paul Douglas. Young Adams posed for this first publicity picture in Hollywood when only six days old. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature iw corns CjlORIA OEIIAVEN • GENE NElSON COKMNtCAlVFJ-PAUUllBERT AWWHWHIWHJTXlUinCiW Cnrloon "Hear Sleeps" FRIDAY* SATURDAY Double Feature — AND — Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 9 Cartoon "Popeye Mirthday" At tJye Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: P. O. McDermott, city Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Cassandra Stockburger. city Mrs. William Garrow and baby, city Mrs. Carl Brooks and baby, city Mrs. Harry Lange and baby, city Abie Bishop, city Mrs. Robert Huey, city Mrs. James C. Guard, city- Ann Holly, Osceola Mrs. Edward Watson, city Mrs. Claude Williams, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Willie Jones, city Auto Trunk Proves Trap CHICAGO (.-Pi — "Help." said a voice from under the trunk lid of a car, "let me out of here." Police pried open the lid. Out popped Mrs. Kathleen Keefe. She explained to Sgt. Richard StahLm&n that she was looking for something in the trunk and the cover snapped shut. She ciidnt' say what she was hunting or whether she found it. B. H. Green, city John Cotton, city Mrs. William Poole, Coote-r Richard Ray, city Mrs. Ira Murry, city Bruce Pratt Payne, city GEM THEATRE ''Osceola's Finest" School Savings Keep Growing FALL RIVER, Mns«. («—Oveater Pall River school children nre rtls- counting the belief that you can't save any money these days. They have $736.477.78 on deposit under the School Saving plan inaugurated eight years ago. Average savings per student is $48.96. Most deposits have been in nickels and dimes. "We have students graduating from high school who have accounts Military Diplomat RICHMOND, Va. (,?)—Gon Mark W. Clark made a perfect score In diplomacy on a visit here. The retired military hero, now president of The Citadel in South Carolina, was asked by n reporter which school really ranked as the West Point of the South—The Citadel or Virginia Military Institute. "The Citadel is the West Point of the farther South," Clark replied. "I've served all over the world with VMI men and they are a fine group." in four figures." says Janies Robinson, supervisor of accounts. OPEN THURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Offic« Op«i»§ 6:30 — Show Stqrtf at Dusk THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature SPIKE JONES S cm SUCKERS suss THE ETERNAL HAC , EII .HU6H O'BBUK ) A UNIVERSAMNTERNATKMAl PICTURE CARTOON "GET RICH QUICK" THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m.—Sat & Sun. 1 p.m. The Finett in Cinemascope Presented In High Fidelity Optical Sound SAT. NIGHT 10:30 p.m. SUN. •MON. •TUB. November 5, 6,7, 8 AS BIG AS TEXAS- WHERE IT HAPPENED JANE CHARLTON WYMAN-HESTON, LUCY GALLANT , CLAIRE THELMA_ VoTSSS.?.— 5 .™^-™^ TREVOR- /ICIflM TECHNICOLOR . - YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE ; Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre THURSDAY and FRIDAY November 3 and 4 Features at 7:15 and 9:15 p.m. THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature JOHNNY > AGAINST THC CANNWALS! , ^£•4 eouwMfciuB M —AND— JOHNNY • r 'WEISSMUUER fa o. JUNGLE JIM * W JUNGLE MAH-EATCRS twKjrii toft -ftidwl So SCTI ma SCUM ff, tj UNUQ WHW f*«i fcfifli hi 1«| ftttxrt IjndctU » flWCM fi V* MT»W • BntW k| Iff JM A UfWERSAl-WrERNATlOKAL PICTURE ALSO CARTOON Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements THURSDAY & FRIDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest- to sea "Phenix City Story" Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gentry EXPOSED m LIFE, LOOK i SAT. EVE. POST! , i New Th« YMH'S Greatest Screen SENSATION! Poromount N«wt & Cartoon "My Little Duckaroo" COMING TO THE RITZ SOON MY SISTER EILEEN in Cinemascope & Technicolor With Janet Leigh and Betty Garrett 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 Coining November 8-9-10-11: THE TALL MEN in Cinemascope & Technicolor with Cltirk Gabte and Jan*

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