The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1954 — Society News - „ A «n Mnfl/i.-iT Snniotv RHitnr * Phon Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Blytheville Fans to Attend Porker-Reb Football Game Tickets have been bought, hotel rooms reserved and the fall clothes have been taken out of moth-balls by Blytheville fans who will attend the University of Arkansas-Ole Miss Football game in Little Hock Saturday. I/Mrs. Jestinger Thi esting ga: is trying streak. A sellout crowd Is anticipated I and it, is considered one of the l °l' f QITlDl I games of the country. | ^"-' K Among those from Blyihcville U/jj-U who will attend the game are Mr. YVIlll and Mrs. George Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry snd son. Alan, Miss Rosemary Monaghan, E. B, Gee, Jr.. Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hill, Miss Jane Wilson; Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Marion Williams and son, Bill, Louis Lynch, Miss Nancy Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Colemnn, Mr. and Mrs. Jim- i,s year it „ especially <n,e,l Moore ..»rry A. H..™. Mr.^n .^' ^^M^^^aS^d,. B.™^ . mie Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bayder and daughter. Linda. Miss Sue Jobc, Bill Stancil, Miss Maxine Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stockton. Paul Human, Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Saiiba and daughter; Mr. nnd Mrs. Leroy Huddleston and children, Miss Gail Whitsitt, Miss Martha Bean, Mr. and Mrs. E. Ed . B. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. John Regenold, Russell Hays nnd son, Benny. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smart, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger, III, Charlie Leggett, Mrs. Jess Hor- So Pretty And New 8144 By Sue Burnett For the pre-teen age miss — an adorable collared dress that features the new high-wai.steri eflect Ideal for school or parties. Pattern No. 8144 is In sizes 4. 6, 8. 10, 12 years. Size 6, 2'j yards 39-inch; '/ t yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, sl/e | desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog. Basic FASHION. The fall and winter '54 issue is filled vath HUracuve, easy to sew styles for all ages. Mrs. Rirharrl .Jr-stiilBer, the former Mis^ Bnnnle Cook, was honored in ab.'ifntia lii'.t night 'with a inin- ccllaneous shower by Mrs. Charles Knit/. Mrs. Woodrow Cook, Mrs. Lcc Hill iintl Mrs. Mitchell Wust. Mrs. .If.stim'.t;r is now making her home in Hollywood, ria. The shower was Kiven at the home of Mrs. M. E. Cook, mother of the honoree, who also opened the gifts for her daughter. In names played during the evening winners were Mrs. L. V. Bolin and Miss Margie Built. Refreshments were served by the hostesses from a lace draped table centered with an arrangement, of fall flowers. Chillion Club Has Meeting In Carney Home Members of the Chillion Clud met at the home of Mrs. Felix Carney yesterday when Mrs. Edith Permenter and Mrs. Roy Head were guests. Arrangements of dahlias were used throughout the entertaining rooms where guestfi were seated. Mrs. S. E. Torjusen won hlnh In the games and Mrs. Snly Freeman won second high. Mrs. O. O. Elklns was low. At the conclusion of the games, a Bulad course was served. GEO Bridge Club Conducts Game Mixed bouquets of fall flowers ivi-rr used lo dcrorale the home if Miss Jetlyr Claire Mntftvmn Insi night when she entertained members of the GEO Club. Guesl.s of the prollp were Mrs Tom Lille. Jr., Mrs. Ed Burbajfi' nnd Miss Pattyc June Davis. Winners In the hrldpe Rames were Mrs. Frank Seay, hlKh and Mrs. Little, bridRo. At, the conclusion of the Rame-s the hostess served a dessert course Bits of News l Singing Convention To Be Held Sunday The Pemiscot County SlnRinp Convention will be held Sunday nt the Presbyterian Church nt Me- Carty. The program will brfiin at 2 p.m. with the public invited. At the Hospitals niylhevUle Hospital Dismissed: Chester Ruwe, BrapRadocio. Mrs. Mamie Friuius. city. f'hick:is:iwtm Hospital Dismissed: Terry Patterson, city. Mrs. J. H. Robert* and baby, city, Mrs. Chi'sier Delx'r and baby, city. Mrs. Bobby Priest and baby, city. Walls Hospital DiMiii.s.sed: D. Leon Mi'dina. city. Bond Uuvson. city, Mrs. .John Feathrr.ston, city. Virginia OWIMI.S. city. Mrs. Austin Jenkins, city. L. II. Williams, city. NEWEST DEVELOPMENT IN PIANO EXCELLENCE Wurlitzer Piano with Exclusive HIGH FIDELITY Sound Board Construction Beard's Temple of Music Poragould, Arkansas YOU WILL EXPERIENCE A NEW MUSICAL THRILL! Mrs. Ada Title returned this morning from St. Louis where she .spent three weeks visiting her son, Bryant Vaughn, and Mrs. Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs Russell Moslcy will uuenr] the University of Alabama and MisKlRsijjpt State football name Saturday. A. K. Cooriy of San Diego is thft KiiCBt of his mother, Mrs. Lucy Coody. and sister, Mrs. Herbert Joy ner. Harmon Cook, a student lit the University of Mississippi, is the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Cook. Mr. nnd Mrs. J- A. Leech left today for Little Hock where they will attend the University of Arknmas- Ole Miss football game. While there they will be the guests of Mrs. Carl Bellcngrath. Mrs. W. L. Homer Is spending the weekend in Memphis with her mother who Is a patient In Camphell's Clinic. Shi: was accompanied by her son, W. L. Horner, Jr. Mrs. Sarah Reynolds of Fayetteville has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. .J- A. Leech for the past several days. Among those in Little Rock tomorrow to attend the football game will be Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Lcachvllle and Charles W, At- flick, Jr. of.Steele. Mr- and Mrs. W. S. Rader, Jr., have returned from Texarkana where they were called clue to the serious illness of Mrs, Rader's aunt. They were accompanied home by Mr. Radcr's mother, Mrs, W. S. Under, Sr., of Clarksvllle, who will remain for an extended visit. Mrs. E. R. James of Cape Glrar- deau is the guest of her son. A. H. Webb, Mrs. Webb and children. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Gienham of Fort Smith were the guests of Mr and Mrs. E. V. Walls and Mrs. A A Frcdrlckson and children yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Turnage announce the birth of a son Sunday morning. The baby who has been named Louis Edward has a brother, Fred, and a alstrr, Shirley Marie. Mrs., Turtmge is the former Miss Dorothy Salmons. Mrs. Floyd Haralson has been called to Morrilton lo be with her father who was burned Saturday flttrnoon when sv KI\S stove csplwl- d. Her father, whp is In St. Anthony Hospital In Morrilton, Is reported to be slightly improved. Capt. and Mrs, Erwin Mitchell nnd children, who have been In Munich; Germany, for the past three years, havr arrived in Connecticut. They will arrive in Bly- _ SIIAWNEE HOMECOMING QUEEN — The Shawnee Indians will clash with the Trumann Wildcats tonight for their homecoming game. Members of the homecoming court are pictured above. They arc (left to right) Charlotte cissell maid, Joyce Bennett, maid, Carolyn Byrd, queen, and Barbara Britton, maid. (Photo by Edna Brown) Luncheon Given For Wednesday Bridge Club Mrs. Byron Morse entertained members of the Thursday Club with a 1 p.m. luncheon yesterday for its second meeting of the fall season. In Ihe bridge games, winners were Mrs. J. A. Leech, high, and Mrs. Russell Phillips, second high. theville In two weeks where thev will be the guests of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. VV. Leonard Smith. From here they will go to Fort Bragg, N. C., to make their home, Mrs C. Jormsen. a local music teacher, has written lyrics for :i song "Hlhp of Dreams," which will be published and recorded by Dallas E. Turner of Del Tlo. Tex. Mrs. O- Shonyo has returned from ,a six weeks vacation in Los Ange- Irs, Calif., where she visited friends and relatives. .\n miiller how yon look at it, here's the coat for you. It's loose arid comfortable, with a beaver tipped tie, which when removed, changes the coat's entire personality. La Nueve Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Blan Heath entertained members of the La Nueve Club at her home yesterday. Bud va.ses holding rosebuds centered the tables where guests were seated nnd other arrangements of roses were used throughout en- terlniMing rooms. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. Lynn Hughes, high, Mrs. N. G- Jerome, second high, and Mrs. MHvin Halsell. bricigo. Pr reeding the games, a dessert course was served by the hostess. A guest of the group was Mrs. Albert Taylor. Sharpen blunt sewing needles by running them through steel wool Mrs. Williams Entertains Kibitzer Club Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr.. entertained members of the Kibitzer Club at her home yesterday. Various shades of roses were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Guests of the group were Mrs. Charles , Crigger, III, Mrs. Rube Carson, Mrs. John Ed Regenold and Mrs. O.sc-nr Elliott, Winners in the bridge games were Mrs- George Hubbard, Jr.. high, and Mrs. Carson, bridge. A gift was presented to Mrs. Crigger by the hostess. The host-ess served a dessert foui'se preceding the bridge games. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT (ABBOTT Cosmiqj' MEETDRjEfCVU *" tt »NMHy " BORIS KARLOFF A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program —AND— HERBERT 1. tAIES ptesents PLUS CARTOON "OPEN HOUSE" SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature Program M-G-M's heail-watming story ol i funsler and a youngster! VFEUIOT-MIKE HAMMER .row m Mara! iwswisttw mm PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Horner Celebrate Silver Wedding Anniversary A large number of friends and relatives called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner last night when they held a reception in honor of their silver wedding anniversary. The reception table was overlaid. here especially for the occasion, with an Italian cutwork cloth and Mrs. Horner wore a blue taffetli centered with an arrangement of: dress and pinned a white orchid at white stocks, Pugii munis inter-''•-•• ••>—">•«-- ".M->. ••.-- »'--< >• spcrsed with silver beaded stems ton Kirby presided at the reception and leather leaf In a silver bowl, Silver candelabra holding white tapers flanked this arrangement. Other arrangements of "white mums were used throughout the entertaining rooms. In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Horner and their son, Airman 1/c Jack Horner, who was table and were presented with white gardenia corsages backed \vith whitit velvet leaves and tied with silver ribbon. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Shaeffer and Mrs. Lester Ford of St. Louis. Beacon Baptist WMA Has Regular Meeting at Church Beacon Women's Missionary Association met at the church last night for its. regular meeting. There were eight members present. The meeting was opened with group singing followed with prayer by Mrs. Fred Hodge. Mrs. Lawrence James presided over the business session. The roll call was answered with the group repeating their favorite verse of scripture. A kitchen shower was given the Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson. Mrs. Thomas Johnson gave the devotional and the group was dismissed with prayers by Mrs. D. G. Jones and the Rev. Mr. Johnson. Duplicate League Conducts Howell Movement Here A five table Howell movement was conducted last night by members of the Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs, R. F- Kirshner and Bernard Gooch were in first place with 68 points, Mrs. T, J. Barnes and Mrs. Ross Moore were in second place with GO'j points and in third place were Mrs. P. D. Poster, Jr., and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. A masterpoint game will be played tomorrow afternoon. Luncheon Given For Members of Thursday Club Mrs. R. H. Kirby entertained members of the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home this week. Fuchia Fugii mums decorated the rooms where the guests were seated and the luncheon table was centered with an arrangement of white mums. Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs. W. J. Pollard were winners in the bridge games. To make flat, strong buttonholes in thin material, rub a little library paste on the wrong side before starting. The new glove looks like doeskin, but it's a nylon and dacron blend that washes and dries in no time, will never shrink. Pocketbooks are getting flatter and flatter. What a gal is to do wiEh all her necessaries, no one knows, but the look is smooth and feminine. Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio Blytheville Po 3-8666 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for RlU & Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY 5 WARNER BROS.,...,., WILLIAM A. WclLMAffSe THE IIGH AMDTHEfHIGHTlf | ^^^WARNEHCOLO* ... STEREOPHONIC SOUND JOHN WAYNE CLAIRE TREVOR I'ARAINE; DAY ROBERT STACK WN STERLING PHIL HARRIS ROBERT NEWTON DAVID BRIAN Will KELt SOWY VXOIS, • Kit AttKH WKK SHWl • jam SHHK - DKB Iti • «4t£, I £SS S •".WILLIAM A. WUHAN • —~.«"««ws. PLUS SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program AND— AN ALLIED ARTISTS PRODUCTION PLUS CARTOON "UNICORN GARDEN' SUNDAY and MONDAY t { Bullet f os« Bullet '*: ; ...and • for life! life IN PAYNE UZABETH SC011 DANDURYt Hunts*™- lAlUNDWAN.i... 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