The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 4, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1955 - Society News - _ A«« MnlUtMT <2n/>iotv PHitrtr » PnOn Misi Millie Ann Mallory. Society Editor Phone 3-4461 VISIT FOREIGN' COUNTRY — Blythcville couples who are stationed overseas with the armed forces are taking advantage of the days off and touring nearby areas. In tie above picture, Pfc. and Mrs. Bob Blodgett are shown in the native costume of the Netherlands which they visited during October. Pictured Heft to right) are Pfc. and Mrs. Don Reed of Portland, Ore., friends of the Blodgetts and Pfc. and i-Ui. Mrs. Biodgett. In Writing home about the trip. Mrs. Blodgett, the former Miss Winnifaeth Buckley, told of the places of interest they visited, food they ate and customs of the people of the country. Next month the Blodgetts will tour Vienna with Pfc. and Mrs. Bob Jackson, another Blytheville couple. These couples are stationed in Mannheim, Germany. Bits of News l Miss Sheppard Complimented With Shower Miss Shirley Sheppard, bride- elect of Dewaine Graham, was honored Tuesday night when Mrs. Charles Coleman and Miss Melba Fisher entertained with a drop-in shower at the Fisher home. Fall flowers were used to decorate tie home. Miss Sheppard greeted her guests wearing a green faille party dress with matching accessories. Her gift corsage was of tuberoses. The hostesses also presented her with a gift of lingerie. Mrs. Roy Sheppard and Mrs. Herbert Graham, Sr., mothers of the engaged couple, were special guests. Mrs. Pike Honored With Stork Shower Mrs. B. F, Pike was honored with m stork shower last night :it the home of Mrs. Bill Crocker with Rose Marlowe circle and Joy Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church as hostess'. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with fall flowers with the honoree's chair being marked with a gilt basket overlooked by & stork. Mrs. Bill Boren was in charge of contests played during the evening with an appropriate reading being given by Mrs. J. D. Eatmou. M. D. Is The Man BY ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor It would take a person highly skilled in the psychology of women to explain why some mature women would just as soon break their favorite teapot as to BO to the doctor. At few points in a woman's lile is it as important to go to the doctor as during the middle years. Nothing detracts from a woman's attractiveness as much as worry. Yet many mature women go about worried into a tizzy without ever finding out the truth—generally that she's as sound as her favorite dress. The answer that the psychologist PLA Has Election Of Officers PLA of Full Gospel Tabernacle met at the church last night to conduct an election of officers. Officers elected were Mrs. Geraldine Hodge, president; Mrs. Thelma Brown, vice-president; Mrs. Irene Davis, secretary and treasurer. In the business session, plans were made for a Thanksgiving dinner, remodeling of the interior of the church and to sponsor a float in the Christmas parade. The Rev. Mr. Tabor was guest speaker. Masterpoint Game Played By Bridge League Winners in the monthly master- point game played last night in the duplicate Bridge League were Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. Tieing for second and third places were Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, Mrs. A. H. Wallace and Mrs. Frank Grigsby. Bernard Gooch, Mrs. Ruth Edwards, Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick tied for fourth place. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ford left today for Little Hock to spend a week vising relatives. While there, Mr. Ford will iiiiiMid a meeting of Scottish Rite Budifs of which he is an active member. He will receive an honor degree us Knights Commander of the Court of Honor at 4 p.m. tomorrow afternoon. P.u;3 Hmjjaij left yesterday for Independence. Ky., where he was culled cine :o the ckv.ih of his brother, Lloyd Hum:in. Services will be tomorrow morning. Little Miss Kay Bavton of Cairon, Mo., is veiling her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. j Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey had as j overnight, guests Mr. Bailey's sister, Mrs. Edward A. Wenz, anrt Mr. Wenz of Webster Groves, Mo Mrs. Jim Ro'.eson is in Memphis participating in the Tri - State Bridge Tournament at Hotel Peabody. Joining her there over the weekend will be Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mr?. E. B.. Gee, Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. W, D. Chamblin, Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs Eugenia Jenkins. Mr. and .Mrs. Tommy Sylvester are spending the weekend in Fort Smith viskmg relatives. Among Blytheville residents in Jack-on tonight . will be - Mrs. Charles Graham, Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. E. R. Alley Margaret Farris, Gene Graham. Billy Nelson. Jimmy I Stillwell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry West' brook- and Mrs. Jim Stovall. Judge and Mrs. Ford Smith and son John of Augusta visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parker yesterday enroine to Nashville to spend the weekend with their daughter who is a freshman at Vanderbilt. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hawks of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hawks and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kyle here. Mrs. W. L. Horner is in Memphis today to meet her mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith, and aunt. Miss Mayme Lyons, of Wheatley and her sister, Mrs. R. A, Pickens of Pickens. Mrs. John Caudill is spending today in Memphis. Miss Darlene Feinberg is spending the weekend in Nashville, Tenn., as guest of her brother, Manley Feinberg. at Vanderbilt. She went especially to attend homecoming festivities at the university. She was motored to Memphis by her mother, Mrs. Sidney Platt. Armorel HD Club Has Luncheon Amioi-el H o m e Demonstration Club met at Uic home of Mrs. W. O. Ar.dci^oM yesterday for a potluck luncheon. Seven members, three visitors, Mrs. I.PC Stiles. Mrs. Peggy Buchanan and Mrs. Gertrude Holi- inan, aloni; with one now member, Mrs. \v E. Buchanan, were present. Mrs. Hegpy Buchanan gave the devoiiuna! with Mrs. Holiman giving ct demonstration on "How to Moun; Pk'nires." A demonstration on Ci'.:':>imas decorations was given by Mrs. Taft Metzger. Mr.-.. \\Ylclon McCann was in char-it' o* the recreational period with Mrs. W. Leonard Smith and Mrs. stiles winning the games played. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bel lye Nelle Starr Party Given for Maurice Feinberg Michael Burgess Celebrates First Birthday Michael Keith Burgess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winford Burgess, celebrated his first birthday yesterday when his mother entertained 14 little guests. Balloons, party hats and party foods were given the children as favors. The birthday cnke was a large round white cake decorated In pink and centered with one pink burning candle. Mrs. Clarence Helems and Mrs. Carl Ward assisted in serving. would probably Rive Is that many women prefer to go about in unknowing worry rather than find out a truth that they fear. Yet, of the numbers of women who do finally go to their doctors, the majority return home relaxed about their well-being. Almost everyone has known a mature wife who thought for xvecks that she was going to have a baby after all these years, only to find out she was commencing a perfectly usual new stage in life. Good' health is indispensable to beauty. Yet some women complain of backache or fingernails that break easily without ever going (o tiie doctor to see what can be done Can it be they'd rather complain? 'If that's so, it's an immature kind of maturity. Maurice Feinberg was honored on his eleventh birthday Wednesday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt, entertained with a party at the Womans Club. Thirty youngsters spent the evening dancing and playing party games. Darlene Feinberg, sister of the honored guest, and Lynn Stanfield assisted in entertaining during the evening. Fall flowers were used to decorate the clubhouse with the refreshment table being centered with the birthday cake flanked by glowing tapers in wrought iron holders. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Lake Street WSCSToHave Bake Sale Tomorrow the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church will hold a bake sale at Ark-Mo Power Company. The sale will begin at 9 a.m. with cakes, candies and pies, all homemade, to be sold. Coming Events MONDAY Women of Presbyterian Church Executive Board meeting at 2 p.m. at the church. Forever The Favorite 8283 Sue Burnett The most dependable style in your winter wardrobe — the carefully tailored classic; 'this version has a new one-button closing. Pattern No. 8283 is in sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 16, short sleeve, 4*2 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. The new fall & winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-easy styles to delight beginner and expert. Don't miss it — send 25 cents today for your copy. If you have a room where the kids play, the noise may be deafening, particularly if it's in the basement. Rubber tile for the floor is a good noise-deadener and easy for the amateur to Install on weekends. OPEN THURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature SPIKE JONES S CITY SLICKEDS ) A UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL PICTURE ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY & SUNDAY Double Feature M G Ms AMAZING ANIMAL STAR CONQUERS DANGERS of THE WEST IN EXCITING COLOR! ALSO CARTOON FELLOW CITIZENS OF BLYTHEVILLE AND WARD 2 It is my sincere desire to serve you and our growing city. My home and business are both located in Ward 2. Inasmuch as I have lived among you for more than thirty years, it is only natural that I am deeply interested in the future of our city. It is my desire to help Blytheville grow into the cleanest, busiest, most beautiful and cultural city possible. If elected, I pledge to you to do my very . best. J. Cecil Lowe Candidate for Alderman Ward 2 Pol. Ad Paid for by Cecil Lowo Mrs. Elliott Sanain was hostess Wednesday afternoon to the Luxora-Osceola Bridge Club Additional guests were Mrs. William Elias. .Mrs. Nelle Irwin and Mrs. Beltye Nelle Starr. Mrs. Sartain served pic and coffee upon arrival of the quests. In the games of bridge, Mrs. Starr \von high. Mrs. R. C. Langston. second, and low went to Mrs. Sam Bowen. Mrs. R. C. Bryan is expected home over the weekend after spending two weeks in Birmingham where her mother. Mrs. Mattie Dillard, underwent surgery. En route home she stopped over in Itta Bena, Miss., for a class reunion of Blue Mountain College classmates of 1911. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippen and daughter Lib have returned home from a two-week vacation in the East. wedding were present for their 50th wedding celebration. Among the ten was Mrs. Ed Quiun, who had played their wedding music. Seventy-five friends called between the hmirs of U to 5 Mrs. Dick Prewltl presided at the punch bowl. Miss Sylvia Elias was home over [lie weekend from Ole Miss visiting her par^iiis. Seen in Memphis Tuesday were Mrs. W. C. Mason, Miss .Virginia Florida, Mrs. Charlie Lowrance. Mrs. Jack Uzzelle. Mrs. L. C. B. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Tominie Florida. Mrs. Carrie Grimmelt. Mrs. Percy Allan, Mrs. C. E. Sullenger, Mrs. J. H. Lovewell. Mrs. J. H Hook and Mrs. Charlie Hale. Mrs. J. W. Edrington and Mrs. Ed Shippen were Pine Bluff visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shippen and children Charme and Eddie of Luke Providence, Ln., will arrive next week for several days with their mothers before moving to their new home In yuina. Ariz. Miss Peggy Beth Ford spent the past weekend at University of Arkansas as guest of her cousin, Miss Ann Ashley Rozzelle. Twenty-five children attended th« seventh birthday celebration Saturday of Frank Butler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler, Jr. Halloween decorations were carried out. A tiered chocolate cake with yellow candies centered the refreshment table. Halloween favors were given th» children. Mrs. Jack Wilson was hostess U> her Tuesday night bridge club. Mrs. Ed Cay a was the only guest. Mrs. Wilson invited the club for supper preceding the bridge games. Fall flowers were used to decorate Mrs. Wilson's honl«. All members were present when Mrs. Bob Glllespie entertained her Tuesday night canasta club. A dessert course preceded the canasta games. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller. Sr.. were honored Sunday afternoon on their rolrien wedding anniversary The affair was held in the Miller home. The refreshment table was centered by arrangements of gold chrysanthemums. The unique disr Unction at the open house was that ten friends who had attended their Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blytheville, Ark. HUDSON NOTICE Vie have arranged for you to hear Dr. George L. Waldbott, famous Allergist of Detroit, over KLCN Sunday at 12:30 P.M.. He is the founder and former head of allergy' clinics of five hospitals of Detroit. He reported the first death from penicillin and published more than one hundred other contributions to medical research. You owe It to yourself to hear Dr. WaMboit. He will explain to you— WHAT ARE THE HAZARDS OF FI.UORIDATIO.V? The process of adding sodium fluoride to municipal drinking: Wlter can be hazardous to teeth, hazardous to general health, and hazardous to life; H can produce death. COMMITTEE AGAINST FLUORIDATION Frank C. Douglas, Chairman Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature — AND — A UHMRSU WlHNMICmt HCIUH Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 9 Cartoon "Popeye Mirthday" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature METRO NEWS Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rlti & Roxj Program Announcements FiXPOHO In LIFE «* LOOK LAST TIMES TODAY Starring PHENIX John Richard MclNTIRE • KILEY • Kathryn GRANT PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature -WILLIAM BOYD-l CARTOON "WITCH CRAFTY" SUNDAY & MONDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "My Sister Eileen" THAT JOYOUS °J NEW -S COMEDYI g JACK LEMMONI BEItrGARRflTl TECHNICOLOR = • ilh ROBERT rOSSE . KURT KASINAft . RICHARD YORK . 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