The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1955 · Page 5
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MONDAY, NOVKMBER 7, 1955 BliYTHETTLLB (ARK.) COURTEH KfTWS PAGE mm - Society News — i> Ann \l;illnrv SniMptv Rrlilnr • Phoi Miss Millie Ann .Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 DECEMBER BRIDE- ELECT — In a ceremony lo be solemnized Dec. 16 Miss Sue Carol Orsburn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Randolph Orsburn of Blytheville will become the bride of Paul A. Elder, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Elder, Sr.. of Jonesboro i her mother. Mrs. Robert Killian. The hostesses also presented Miss Killian wilh a carafe. Miss Sue Carol Osburn to Wed Paul A. Elder, Jr., of Jonesboro .Mr. and -Mrs. Carlton Randolph Orsburn of Blylheville -p . -, -.-,1 today announce the engagement and approaching marriage j jDriQCS-JtllCCt of their daughter. Sue Carol, to Paul A. Elder, Jr., son of. | Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Elder, Sr., of Jonesboro. Luncheon, Party Honor Miss Killian Miss Dixie Killiau wa.s complimented with a luncheon and ai'.er- noon parly Saturday. Miss Eloise Richardson cnier tained at Hotel Noble with a kin' cheon using a yellow color scheme in her decorations. Yellow chrysanthemums, ranging in .size from poin-porns to giant Ki/e. formed the table's centerpiece. Placecards were miniature gold tinseled matchboxes. A gift 01 silver and yellow chrysanthemum corsage was presented to Miss Killian. who wore a rust wool dress with matching accessories. Those attending: the luncheon were .Mrs. Jim Cheatile of Manila, Mrs. Jack Saliba.of Osceola, Mrs Tom Parks of Dyess, Mrs. Glern Homer of Manila, Mrs. 'Charles Czeschin of Blytheville and Mis? B.> ; } ! ::e Jean Byrd of Blytheville. Mi. .s Melba Pryor and her moili- e; 1 . .Mrs. W. P. Pryor, along with Mrs. Don Kerbough were hostesses for the afternoon party at the Pryor home. Parly foods and iced drinks were .served from the dining table wnien uas centered with an arrangement of bronze pom-poms. Gifi coinages of bronze pom-pom. if, BRIDE—Mr. and Mrs. Fan-is Dyer of Armorel announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Patty Lee Dyer, to Pfc. Jimmie Edward Tilley or Fort Hood, Tex., son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Tilley of Huffman. The couple \vill make their home in Killeen, Tex. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton. Jr Gardener Norrid has lately pur- ( and Mrs. Denver Woods of Dexter, chased the late O. B. Samford bus-' iness location from Mrs. Florence Samford. This property formerly housed a genera burned store and grocery which earlier in the year One was a Saturday-Sunday guest. At Mrs. Mollie Bookers wftrc Mrs. | Henry Cain and baby Qufnton Henry of Hayti and Mrs. Haxel Todd of St. Louis. Californmns Mr. and Mrs. Chip Hays of Piitsburg and Mrs. Lillian Helbling of Glendale were among recnu BUCSIP of Sam ilick.s and daughter Elizabeth. The Hay.s. formerly of StRPlf, v.'ei'fi house S4iir\st Week-end visitors at the Joe Le, ters were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Green of Poplar Blufl and Waldon Me-i of Mrs. Ophelia Bradford of Bragg their home by fire last week witfc practically all furnishings Included. This is the Hall family's second misfortune by fire, having lost their home about two years ago while residents of here. building, a former liquor store, sur- Criiry, St. Louis. Mrs. Lester vis-! City. ited his mother. Mrs. Genis Letter, i in Poplar Bluff for a short while ! Saturday. Mr.= . Mvrle Hall. lately of Qulin IE the sandwich comes and it's *. * j mile hiKlit, don't attempt to Ret, it in your mouth in '.he conventional way unless you crave looking like ,1 'i,ih and the whale. Ask for a. knife and fork, remove the top vived the fire. J- W, Pugh and Lee Martin Mr. Norrid's future plans con- \ Reeves were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. j cermng the property are inriei'niie. I Harbert Pugh's Thuriday. — | Mr. and Mrs. L. Berry drove to. split term Columbia for the Missouri-Oklahoma game. Auor a seven-week split term vacation. Holland schools will reopen today, according to Supt. L. N. Kinder. This divided term of- fords students opportunity for meeting school expenses during their school year. One change will be made in the high school teaching staff. Mrs. R. C. Tennyson will substitute in the commercial department until the arrival of Mary Janet Grebing of Cape Girardeua. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Correll were in St. Louis last week at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Correll's for a Correll family reunion. Attending were Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Correll of Hereulaneum. .Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Correll of Webster Grove; Mrs. Marie Correll of Eudell. Iowa and Dons Correll of Florissant. Mo. This was their first reunion in Young Adult Class of Presby- [ five years. icrian Church was entertained with | a turkey dinner in the church din- ] Mr and Mrs _ p orte r Harris are ing room Friday night. ; having a cement block buildina- The affair was given to honor; constructed on the rear of their were given to the bride-elect and j new class members with Mrs, Ma-. residential property for a Daizy Adult Class Has Turkey atChu son Day, Jr.. and Mrs. Conner Taylor in charge. Dinner tables were centered with arrangements of chrysanthemum? ;ueen shop. ice cream and sandwich Mr. ana Mrs. Bury) Cohoon of After hospilali/ittion and treatment Raymond Hatley is home recovering from pneumonia. j Guests in the home of Mrs. Fred- : die Collins the past few days were j Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Davis of Springfield, Mo., and Mr, and Mrs. Frank Collins of Steele. Recent guests of Mr. ar.ri. Mrs. Porter Harris were Auornev and Mrs. H. L. Mcthvin and family of Trumann, Ark. • Visiting with Mrs. J. O. Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller was Mrs. Alma Chit wood of Blytheville who ; Mo., bin,'formerly ot Holland, lost crust. «nd cut away. IMPORTANT Medical Facts For Every Man Who Has Passed His 40th Birthday Men, Too, Go Thru "Change of Life" DOCTORS CALL IT "MALE CLIMACTERIC" Hew Safe Discovery Compounded For Counteracting Effect on Bodj and Blood Changes Due To Usual Deficiencies Thai Often Occur During Middle Age. . DiXtcrs efr.&iojeis J.na ^dentists ill agree thjt glier Ine first 40 yeais. Ine nutr.an nc1v unaeigcas iniOQflanl noirnsl crsnges Tlsis chaiK^ 'H>:ui5 m MIS ai frill as WOVEN 1 Men. if you in over If), in sood healm ... ut ft-ji , . . flanked by silver candlenolders { sikeston were week-end guests of ' ' ' holding white tapers. I both their parents, | Cohoon and Mr. Mrs. Thelma Mrs. Willie The wedding will be solemnized at 4 p.m. Dec. 16. at First Christian Church in Jonesboro. Miss Oraburn is a graduate of Blytheville High School where she was a mnnbor of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and band. White Bible Services Honors Mrs. Huffman Trinity and Huffman Youn? Women's Auxiliary met at the Huffman, Youth Center Thursday to honor Mrs. Cooper Huffman with a white Bible ceremony. The Trinity group with Mrs. Adeline Webster, counselor, conducted the service. Group singing directed by Fran Carter opened the meeting with Mrs. R. L. Adkisson leading the opening prayer. Special music was civen by Patty Hughes and Sheryl Williams. Mrs. Jewel Ray dismissed the group and refreshments were served. The bride-elect will receive her degree in January from Arkam-as State College where she is a member of Phi Mu and a honorary dramatic fraternity. . Mr. Elder attended Kansas City Art Institute and is now attending Arkansas State College where he is a member of Sigma Pi social fraternity. By Faculty Pie Is More Impressive Than Pay Check j Webb. M. Cohoon is associated with j Lie Federal Lsnd Bans of St'. Louis. ; Also in the Webb home were Mr MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-46^1 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1 -.0(1 p.m dirfici.it lotiEheflecp ilAjyt tired and suf the u;e" tesliaj .. ir.nvjgn ",nir:(ts ot f.'*LE CL!'W,UP; in,DOitsfi!!tianf.'tr i il-sa, find it i.-tefiioeied. Don't Surrender to Old Agi " You've Made This Test Amaiing Hew "Health in a Capsule" Discovery You've Long Heard Was Coming, Every Ingredient Works Immediately To Help Strengthen Body and Blood. New Sunday School Class Has Meeting A newly organized Sunday School j Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Ernestine Peterson for a. business meeting Thursday night. Ms. James Westbrook gave the devotional with Mrs. Prank McCool, class teacher leading in prayer. Mrs. Don Kerbough conducted the business session. In this session the name "Sodi- tan." \vas chosen a? (he class name and plans for the month's work were made. Dunns the .social hour reircsn- merits were served. Members of Central Grade School faculty entertained with a breakfast ai the Dixie Pig Saturday morning .. , , ,. , . ; , . ht complimenting Miss AureU Ash ° | set one fact through ner head right ford bride-elect of Billy Long of! »* \» e start, ter hustand^Ulnev Blylheville. and Mi;-? Dixie Kil lian. bride-elect of Don Cotilre.' of Nashville, Ark. Decorations consisted of a low bowl of yellow and purple chrysau-. . rheniums. Placecards were minia- d >"- a ! : ngm - ^ nd . ( ., ture bowls holding the same How- time he may admit it. ei'.s as the centerpiece. ! But there 1S no Special guests were Mrs. T. B. Long, mother of Mr. Long. Mrs. Robert Killian, mother of Miss Killian. and Mrs Rex Warren. The honored guests and their mothers were presented with corsages of yellov.* chrysanthemums. Miss Ashford's hostess gift was aie their ability to help out as a breadwinner. In order to understand ihe man's natural reaction all a woman has Any woman who sets out to help . lo a - 0 i s IesL ner QVfn feelings about I her husband earn a living ought to be as proud of her ability to earn a pay check as he will be of any more feminine accomplishment. The pay check will come in han- 11 right. And from time to ! connected with . pay check., "So she works. So she gets paid for it But let the same woman whip up a dress w ^^ ner own ^ wo paque and matching candle- i hands, or serve sticks I guests a meal A silver butter dish was the hostess' gift to Miss Killian. they rave about or create a charming room without the aid of Ruth Milieu a decorator o She didn't have a toaster so she i win a reputation as an expert at ironed her bread LO a lovely warm raising flowers, and her husband is but lot of Read Courier News Classified Ads. brown. An odd approach, vestigate your appliances for legitimate second uses and get all the value you can out of your investment. all awed admiration. That is a distinction working wives don't grasp. They are often unhappy because they feel their husbands don't appreci- !ier husband's accomplishments. Is she honestly as proud of his abihiy LO broil a steak or stir up a ; t T. t: ,y barbecue sauce as she is of! his ability to paint the house, build a cabinet for the dining room, or j take a balky power mower apari; and put it back together again in! good working order? . j Of course, she's not. She knows! that so far as cooking goes she is; the real professional in the family, josi as the man knows that earning the living is really his responsibility. So neither is much impressed with the other's entering their OUT field of endeavor. But when a man takes a piece of machinery apart or a woman nukes herself a dress each is impressed with the other's ability. All of which is by way of saying that the way for a woman to impress a man is with purely feminine abilities and the way for a man to impress a woman is bv masculine" abilities. A woman who sets out to earn a pay check doesn't impress a man much more than a man impresses a woman by donning an apron and invading the kitchen. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! WHAT IS CLIMACTERIC? fa-jlml clihcse. The tirai r&nncr. when WHO ODES IT AFFECTT railed "niEni.jia'uv- ' nr "Chaniie ' " CAN BE OONE7 LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature The Prodigal' In Cinemascope With LAN A TURNER _ AND — "Cattle Queen of Montana" With Barbara Slanwxck ALSO CARTOON TT. .ieislsJn OD riuurg >QjriR?r years C^FSULES ^sRl^ c[*3TKl sp dci ^nai;e ot Inese «sar.:.> men and wcmen. Of.CER ! B, Dc- Ensy Home Triol Proof! Avoibble At All Better Drug Storei Amatlna New, GUARANTEED "AFTER 40 Capsules" (Only One Capsule A Day) Woods Drug Store 221 W. Main Phone 3-4507 WE RENT "• HOSPITAL BEDS . . . BABY BEDS • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. 112 W. Main Ph<m« 3-3122 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIAIES TOMCHT Double Feature — AND METRO -NEWS TUBS., WED. & THL'RS. Double Feature HUH BREW "FAR COUNTRY — AND ^The Little S KIDNAPPERS Cartoon "Pelican ft Snipe" Vour Clothes Individualized Cleaning From the sheerest fabrics, to "jew'ce- weights", we give your garments the individualized care that's best for each. Try us, and see! We give 1 DAY SIRVICl if requested. Save 10% With Our Cash and Carry Service BESTWAY CLEANERS Jimmy Lunsford and Elmtr "Chiggtr" Smith, Owners "On The Way To The Air Base" 2012 W. Main Phone 2-2408 OUR TO Walei It's such a lovely place . . . Our Town! Fine people, wonderful climate, unusually troorl VT-VTER, so GOOD even strangers comment upon it. So. we are proud of this . . . Our Town'. "Nature" provides things on such a grand scale. To each part of our country she gh es the different seasons, but they Do differ lo suit the sections effected . . . all of Ihnn wonderful! \Ve also ha»e our Hot Springs, Sulphur Springs, and many other . . . where\er Nature needs a balance — hut pure in its <>r*in — always! In some localities water does ha\e natural fluorine - - BIT al«ays it is combined wilh other necessary chemicals - - chemicals that make a SAFE combination . . . dependant upon the need. (And made necessary because the same minerals are not found under Ihe ground eierywhre.) As water flows along its course il lakes unlo Itself the necessan elements for puril> Hi origin becau.-e "NATl Fit" does NOT make mistakes . . .Only Man. So all is fine. Then a few began to feel Ihe need of a pnijecl. WATER was its victim. They discovered a cavi(» in their children's teeth, so they must take It out on something . . • and Ihcy attack Ihe water supply of Our Town. Objections arose . . , we were lolfl only THKV knew enough to know - - the PEOPLE did not ha\e SENSE enough to vole. THEY were Ihe inlelligent ONES! I'oor. Poor Town, with few who KNOW. They organized "washed away." to FORCE EVERYONF, to drink their medicine and like it Their ORGANIZER told them "Sure it IS will have someone there to watch it every minute POISON that we are going lo put , . . ,so they wont put in too much. a cavity must h« (he water, BUT we IMAGE THAT! (if jou can) — and they provide a special ".Man From .Mar*" suit of armor to protect, their "Watcher" . . . He's all wrapped up'. Suppose he should trip and fall, have sudden amnesia, faint, break his glasses, or have a sudden exploding sneeze . . . while the fluorine stuff kept right on drip, drip, dripping. Suddenly he comes to with a start - - too much (?) - - But even THEIR magic can't reach in and pull hack the overdose. What » way (o make Our Town a SICK town COMMITTEE AGAINST FLUORIDATION Fronk C. Douglas, Chairman P.S. Both sides were, reciucslecl not to solicit, voters during the election. So with this reminder, we say DON'T LET THEM CHANGE OUR TOWN.

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