The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 16, 1954
Page 2
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PAGE TWO B1TTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER Miss Millie Ann - Society News - ie Ann Mallory. Society Editor • Ph° Phone 8-4461 r L Miss Sarah AlllirlgM Miss Sarah Allbright to Wed Richard Russell Phillips, Jr. In an engagement of wide social interest Mr. and Mrs Brice Fount Allbright of Little Rock today are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Anne Allbright, to Richard Russell .Phillips, Jr., of Blytheville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Russell Phillips. . Miss Allbright Is the grand-*daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flnley Allbright of Valley Springs, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Raymond Ramey of Mountain Home, Ark. Mr. Phillips is the crandson of ' the late Mr. and Mrs. C. E. CrlK- ger of Blytheville and the late Mr. and Mrs. George R. Calhoun of Nashville, Tenn. The bride-elect attended Little Rock Junior College and. the University of Arkansas where she wns a member of the Tri Delta Sorority and the National Collegiate Players. She won the campus nward for the best actress of 1052. Mr. Phillips attended the Southern Arizona School at Tucson, Ariz., and the University of Arkansas where he was a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He will graduate from flight training and receive his .commission as a second lieutenant In the United States Marine Corps Reserve on Nov. 17, at the Naval Air Station st Pensacola, Fla. The wedding Will be solemnized the latter part o! November Little Rock. Installation Conducted by Burdette FHA A candlelight Installation ol freshman girls and officers for the coming year of the Burdette Pu- ture Homemakers of America was held Tuesday night. Pat Holder. past president, served as installing officer. Officers installed were Peggy Gunter. president-. Helen Crosskno, vicepresident: Margaret Palmer, secretary; Johnie McDonald, treasurer; Frances Weathers, parliamentarian; Glenda Childers. historian and Mable Crook, song lender. | Chairmen are Pat Holder, pro- i gram; Mable Crook, refreshment; ; Barbara Franks, social; Peggy Johnson, national program: and j Glenda chllders. ways and means, j Mrs. J. E. Gunter. Mrs. J. E.; Middleton and Mrs. Charles John-1 son are chapter mothers. . Clnb28Members Are Entertained At Legion Hut Members of Club 28 were en- .erlnincd at the Legion Hut Thursday night. Hosts for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones, Mr .anrf Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman. 'Hie Ublcs where (.he nueBUs were .seated for dinner were cen- ered with arrangements of full lowers and brightly colored fall oaves were placed the length of he tables. The refreshment table was over- aid with n green burlap cloth and centered with a cornucopia hold- ng fall flowers and fruit. of the group were Mr. ind Mrs. J. T. Stevenson, Mr. ai)d Mrs. O.scjir Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jcr- •y Hord, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Porter, Mr and Mrs. Elhert Huffman. Mr. ind Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, Mrs. R. C. Allen and W. J. Wunder- iich. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robin.s'on, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. find Mrs. John Osborn, Mr. mid Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Homer, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McMnnus and Mr and Mrs. E. B. Gee. Out-of-town guesis were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McKlnnon and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fleemnn of Manila, Mrs. Hale Roc and Mis.s Thelina Haynes of Camdcn. Burdette PTA Makes Plans for Harvest Supper The Burdette Parent-Teacher Association met at the school yesterday with 5<i members present An executive hourd mcolliiK preceded the Kcncral meeting nt which time It was decided the] organization would sponsor u harvest supper In December and plans were made to buy shrubs to bcnutify the school grounds. Mrs. Charles FraKcr presided over the general meeting when group 1 singing opened the moot- Ing. The president's mes.saKe was rend by Mrs. J. J. MorRim and Mrs. Mary Louise Miller was guest speaker of Ilic afternoon. She spoke on-"The United Natlonn and World Welfare." In Ihs room count prizes were awarded Ihe first nnd eleventh grades. Refreshments were served dur-! Ing the social hour by Mrs. Ruth doff, Mrs. Bnnnlc Ijendennle, Mrs, ! Clyde O'Neal. Mrs. Hurry Lutes nnd Mrs. Jim H. Lutes. Mrs. Cathey Honored With Birthday Party Mrs. Cora Cathey wns honored on her btrtlulny Tuesday nlghl when Mrs. Znclic Buttles nnd Mrs Alfred Boone entertained at the Boonc home. The guests spent [he nveniiiK In plnylnp panics and ]n Informal en- tertnlnmcnt. Mrs. Cathey was presented frills from the group and her hostesses presented her with a red carnation corsage. Party foods nnd Iced drinks were served the group at the conclusion of the gnmes. Bits of News l Delta Kappa Gamma Has Meeting At t/x Hospitals Itlyfli.-vlllr Ilo.i[illal DifiinlsHetl: Mr«. Dnvld Sloas, portiigrville Clilcknsnwlm Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ernest Pnrker, city Mrs. Joe Cohoon, Holland H'nlls Hospital Dismiss/id: Mrs. A. T. Tliomus. city B. Q. Hholton, city Mrs. Emma Nolen will arrive jome Monday from Bethesda, Md., where she has been the guest for the pnst five weeks of her daughter, Mrs. Hamilton Talbott, and Mr. Talbolt. Mrs. Auguste Dufhllo and daughter, Miss Jacqueline Dufhllo, of New Orleans, La., will arrive this afternoon to spend two weeks here as guests of Mrs. Dufhilo's sister, Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger, and family, and her mother, Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason and Mrs. S. S. Patterson were in Jonesboro last night to attend a dinner meeting at Hotel Noble of Episcopalians from various Episcopal churches in this section of the slate, whc-n Dr. H. y. Harper, D. D., of New York was guest speaker. Others attending from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoyt of LeachvIHc and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hyntt, Wathon Prewitt and son, Dick Prewitt. all of Osceola. Condition of O. G. Caudlll, who suffered a heart attack this week, is reported to be improved. He is not allowed to have visitors at the present time. Misses Pay Francis Newman of Memphis and Joyce Booles ol Hayti have been the guests of their iiunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lunsfurd, this week. They have also had as their Kuest Miss Har- riclt Shrader of Hayti. Mr. and Mis. Alviii Huffman, Sr., nml diiUBhtcr, Jettye Claire, arc spending several days il Princeton, Ky.. visiting relatives. Mrs. II. L. Chambers will arrive home today from Monroe, La., where she tins been visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. O. Snipes, Mr. Snipes and sons. She will be motored home by Mr. and Mrs. Snipes and sons, who arc en route to Newark, N. J., to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sykes and children of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting relatives here. Mi's. Johnny Johnson, Mrs. Cecil Johnson, Mrs. Charley Krutz and Mrs. Vernon Flowers spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. W. r. Mallory of Hayti will be tile week end guest of her son, R. V. Mulloi-y, Mrs. Mnllory and daughters. Mrs. Joseph H. Maples of Athens. Ala., who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. M. Burnett, and family, Iclt this morning for Kennett. Mo., to visit another sister, Mrs. R. M. Tatum. She was accompanied by Mrs. Burnett, who will spend the week end In Kennett. Miss Vivian Cooper of West Memphis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bradley. Guest , of Mr. mid Mrs. Jolin Clyde Wllsqn is Miss Lee Ann Flcknrd of Kennett. Mr. and Mrs. Tim fjslrs nnd daughter will be In Memphis tomorrow where they will be tile guests of their daughter and sls- Irr, Mrs. J. H. Land, and Mr. Lnncl. Mrs. Aubrey Conwny, Mrs. O. L. While of Osceola and daughter, Mrs, Osrnr Connell, nre leaving tomorrow for Washington. D..C-, when- Ilicy will visit Miss Lewellyn Willie, who attends Holton- Annes College. Miss Nancy Damon Is spending Members of the Delta Kappa Gamma met at the home of Mr». Harry Cook in Deli Thuriday night. Mrs. A B. Caldwell, Mr». Ira Oray and MIES Minnie Foster were co- hostcsscs. The piogiam was given by members of the group who attended various meetings and universities this summer. On the program were Mm. Marvin Hart who spoke on her work at George Peabody and Miss Win- hie Virgil Turner who attended the Administration Conference in Little nock where she was one of the speakers. Her topic wa« on arithmetic. Others on program were Miss Alice Marie Ross who attended ttv University of Michigan annua campus conference md this yea it concerned the teacher shortage end what it takes to be a good teacher. A resume of her work at Toledo University was given by Mrs. Herma Shepherd and some of the historical sites she saw while touring Ohio. At the conclusion of the meeting Ladies Bible Class Has ' Monthly Party The Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church held their regular monthly meeting In Fellowship Hall yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Heiilcy. Mrs. Hender son Hall, Mrs. Winfield Mick and Mrs. Odin Freeman were hosfcesse for the affair. The business session was presided over by Mrs. cBss Stanton i.nd the devotional was given by Mrs. Mick ' Mrs. L. M. Burdett was In charge of the Bible quiz. In the social hour a dialogue wa: given by Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Stan- to nand Mrs. Mick gave a reading Refreshments of coffee and caki were served the group. Marriage License:. Tne following couples have received ft marriage from the county clerk's office: : C. J. Robcy nncl Anna Sue' Johnston, both of Manila. i Frank Ivy and Frances W- Brents, both ol Blytheville. ! Read Courier News Classified Arts School Children's Special HALF PRICE COUPON TICKET 35 FAIRGROUNDS TUESDAY, OCT. 19 This Special Coupon With Only All Taxes Included ivill admit any school child \ AFTERNOON ONLY Present (his coupon ivllh 35 cents (taxes InrludrdI at the Cirrus Msiln Entrance htlwven 1 unit 2 I'. M. Children's admission, without this coupon, sold, on show ground* OOc—(taxes Included)— you save 25 crnls with coupon. Baptist Brotherhood To Meet at Church Men's Brotherhood of the First Baptist Church will have its monthly meeting at the church, Monday night at 7 p.m. Speaker will be James M. Supp of Memphis, who will speak on "Laymen's Work in the Church." Program chairman will be Marvin Razer. To My Friends And Customers! Since being hit by an automobile, I am unable to be at my old location at 5th and Main Streets. However, I will have a plentiful supply of HOT TAMALES at my home—$05 South Lake Street, it all times, I will appreciate havinr each of you call An me at home R. G. HUNT YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE ' SHOWING Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. Today and Sunday Saturday • Sunday • Monday Shows at 7:00 and 9:15 Monday HUMPHREY JOSE VAN FRED BOGART • FERRER • JOHNSON • M, MURRAY =_ JOBERT FMNCIS- MAYWYNN »«»«.<,-, ...rarat few *. *• MM F» —^ wi t, HERMAN WHIK • D«,«M t, EDWARD MtVTRYK A COLUMBIA PICTURE • A STANLEY KfiAMER PROD. •ft the week end In Cape Girardeau visiting friends. Miss Thelma Haynes and Mrs Mate Roe of Camden were th guests of Mr. and Mrs. alley Jones this week. Mrs. J. N. Butcher of Morehead Ky., is the uucst. ol her daughter Mrs. Perry Darby, Mr. Darby ano son, Steve. le hostesses served refreshments. Misses Dana Dlnkins, Gloria Ash- jore, Louise Crouch, Lois Fields; rlonta Hughes and Mm. Malcolm Griffin and Mrs. S. S. Paterson •ere guests of the group. Coming Events MONDAY Women of the Church of the Prei- >yterian Church meet at the church t 2:30 p. m. for their regular meet- ng preceded by a book review "Man and God In The City," given by Mrs. Phillip Hord at 1:30 p. m. The circles of First Baptist church meet In homes. Circle one with Mrs. H. H. Brooks, 808 Chlckasawba; Jircle two with Mrs- Phillip Deer, .137 Holly; Circle three with Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Jr., 625 Main; Circle four with Mrs. C. E. Johnson, 205 Walker;. Circle five with Mrs. Marion Williams, 1306 Main; Circle six with Mrs. Bannister, 171! Holly; Circle seven with Mrs. J. W Bayder, 1101. Holly. The Katie Hatton YWA meets with Miss Mary Weebb at 7 p.m. Circles of First Methodist Church meets .In homes. Circle one meets with Mrs. Ray Price 1021 Hearn; Circle two with Mrs. Sam Haynes 717 Adams; Circle three with Mrs, Johnny Young, 904 N. Franklin; Circle four with Mrs John Arends, —J Walnut; Circle five with Mrs Max Usrey Sr., 1037 Main; Circle six with Mrs. B. A. Nelson, 115 N. Division: Circle seven with Mr Bob Gardner, 624 Walnut. The Women's Missionary Union of the Trinity Baptist Church meeU with Mrs. John Buchanan at 2 p.m The Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Aivin Pritchard at 7:30 p.m. and trie Annie Armstrong circle and Marion Cook Circle meetb at the church at 7:30 p.m. The night unit of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episuopa Church meets- with Mrs. S. S. Pat- eison at 8 p.m. Bob Bevington and His Orchestra you've seen them on TV. You've heard them on radio. You've listened to them in person PROFESSIONAL ARTIST BUREAU 1210 Rutland Memphis, Tcnn. Ph. 34-5397 Box Office Opens 6:45 S»-ow Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c S 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Dntible Feature A UNMSHI IMEmiHWil KCIU —AND— Chillion Club Conducts Game Mrs. 6. E. Torjusen entertained embers of the Chillion Club at er home Thursday afternoon. Winners in the games were Mrs. . 0. Elkins, Sr., high Mrs. Mary atfleld, second high and Mrs. E. . Jackson, low. Mrs. Paul Byrum was a euest f the group. At the conclusion of he games the hostess served a essert course and coffee. MOX -Theotre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. l:0t On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT SATURDAY Double Feature —AND— JOLPH 7>T " JOTT «.»uu°i_<<fi40I£ft Also Cartoon & Serial A MlRlOn TAB* SltJDIOI PBOOUCnOfl A IIPPER1 PICHIfltJ FJtESENUIWN Serial "Giinfijtliters" No. M And Cartoon: "Swimmer Take AH" SUN. & MON. 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