The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 25, 1956 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 25, 1956
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1»M - Society News - . i \inf1nKir Cn*tiatv Rrlitnr * *"*• Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phont 3-4461 Mrs. Owen Appointed Chairman ForBeta Sigma Phi Convention Hem Mrs Jack C. Owen has been appointed chairman of the slate Beta Sigma Phi Silver Anniversary Convention which will be held in Blytheville. April 21-22 Beta Sigma Phi is the largest Greek letter organization in 'he world. It has in-own from seven members In Abilene, Kan., in 1931 to the present 115.000 members and over 4.000 active chapters around the world. It is in every state. Canadian provinces, territories of Alaska Hawaii Canal Zone, and Eng.ana, Greece. Austria. Japan. Scotlana, Germany and Finland. Blytheville chapters, Alpha A! pha, Mrs., Dan McCaskill, president:. Alpha Pelta, Mrs. Foy Et chieson. president: Xi Xi. Mrs James Edwards, president and clt\ p.nri.l Hawks, pre- Bits of News Mrs. Jack Owen sident which consisi of 90 ui-.^ hers, will be hostess to Arkansas 65 active chapters. The purpose oi Beta Sigma Phi is to make an -art" oi living, socially, culturally and in conimur.itj service. To attain these goals Blytheville chapters have two meetings a month, one is a p!=ncea cultural program and one a social meeting. The local community semces ^^ consist of: j Sponsor of Woman ci ice \?i-.\ Modeling at the -\a;:cci! Co::=r,, ~\ ,f J) n JJnrl, Picking Contest style snow | j_yj_) J. ± OllOCK Colored Children's Chris'-ma-• party. Heart clinic. Mother's March on Polio. Heart fund. Christmas seal drive. Red Cross disaster committee. Tuberculosis mobile clinic. Beta Sigma Phi participates in I an International service project that belongs entirely to the members of Beta Sigma Phi. Over $150,000 has been given to cancer research, Girlstown. U. S. A., Home for Aged, and to polio research. Mrs. T. I. Seay, Mrs. Ray Hall and Mrs. Jess Homer were elected by the Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta Chapters to serve as local sponsors and directors. The general committee to assist with the state convention are Mrs. Hawks, co-chairman: Mrs. Ray Harrison Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon. Mrs. McCaskill, Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Etchieson. At tfo Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Henry Berry, city Mrs. Raleigh T. Pike and baby, Mrs. Robert L. McMillan and fcaby, city Mrs. Roscoe Crafton, Jr., city Mrs. J. D. Henry, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Wanda Price, city Entertains Club; Others Pky Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., invited six guests to play with members of Friday Contract Club when she entertained the club with a dessert- bridge yesterday. Guests were Mrs. W. J. Pollard Mrs. J. W. Meyer, Mrs. Jesse Tayor, Mrs. Bancroft Terry, Mrs. P. E. Utley and Mrs Slegbert Jiedel. Bouquets of daffodils along with potted plants decorated entertaln- ng rooms of the Pollock home. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and Mrs. R C. Fan- won high score in the club games with guest scores going to Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Terry. Friday Club, with all member present, played st the home of Mrs S. A. Porter. Bridge winners were Mrs. Bob Lo gan, high, Mrs. S. E. Tune, second high, and Mrs. James C. Guard, bridgo. Taum Sauk mountain, located approximately ten dies southwesl of Ironton, is the highest point in Missouri. It has an elevation of 1771 feet. Fitted Look-Alikes Joy Class Compliments Mrs. Boreri Joy Sunday School Class b( Trinity Baptist Church honored Mrs. Biil Boren with a layette shower last night at the home of Mrs. Drew Hughey. As the 17 guests arrived they placed their glits around- a giant stork. Mrs. Boren received a novelty corsage from the class-. During the evening appropriate party games were conducted and refreshments of iced drinks and cookies were served. Game winners were Mrs. Gene Johnson, Mrs. J. S. Underwood and Miss Alma Lee Morrow. . Out-of-town guests, all of Manila, were Mrs. Billy Joe Hutton. Mrs John Edwards, Mrs. Dewayne Scott and Mrs. Underwood. Hal Baker, son oi Mr. and Mrs. B. Baker, is confined to his lome with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brown are spending today in Memphis. Carmen Gary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gary and student at Arkansas State College, is spending the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Filmore Gipson are spending several days in Hot Springs. Diana Evrard of Memphis will airive today to spend several days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs 1 Marcus Evrard. She will be motored to Blytheville by her fa- :her Joe Evrard, who will spend the weekend here with his parents. Marcus Evrard is spending today in Paragould on business. j en Kans.. and" Dorothy Lee-Will- Mrs. Eddie Regenold will leave j j ngnam , 17, Blytheville. ' in the morning for Baltimore, Md., clarence Gordon, 42, Blytheville, to' several days. | anri Mrs A n ce Gordon, 37, Ely- Pat Scott, student at Memphis Su-'te, is spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E Scott. Mrs. Dixie Crawford and James Riley Crawford of Jonesboro are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones and daughters. Marriage Licenses The following licenses have been issued by the. off ice of the County the past month: Clerk--* Frederick Ray Young, 18. Watlv Burnis Lee Wood; 21, Leachville. and Judy J. Walden, 19, East Prairie, Miss. R. , D. Mullins, 29, Blytheville and Norma Jean Sims, 17, Blytheville. Clarence Lester Button, 21, Ely Boyce Freeman Moore, Ricky j thoville, and Peggy Lois Battles, Dedman Phil Bruton, David Bur-jsteele. nett Jimmy Clevenger, Billy Sam' Arnold ,C. Benson. 39. Salem H&nley, Mike Terry, Benny Har- Qve and Mrs. Clara Geneva Mich- pole, Danny Petty, Mary eleven-1 ae^ 42. Blytheville. ger. Marcile Taylor, Davis Cobb, j Melvin D. Doerr, Utopia, Tex., John Robert Stovall, Ralph Nichols I 20 and Willean A. Ward, 18, Bly- and Dewaine Miller are in Mari-1 theville. anna today to attend a rally of the 21, Blytheville. Christian Youth Fellowship of this district. and Johnny Mae Frazier, 19, Mar- Thev are being chaperoned by! 20 Blytheville. Airman John Parks, Lt. Dick' theville, and Mary Jane White, 17. Lauer George Clark and the Rev. j Blytheville. . ; James Rainwater. j.. Larry Dyer. 20, Chicago, and Maurice Sanders, who has been Wilma Dean Webb, 18, Blytheville. t. patient in Baptist Hospital, is be- J MOVEMENTS OF VENUS The planet Venus, which has a All That Glitters Is Truly Gold inf returned to his home here today. Mrs. Alfred Todd Dray and children Todd and Janette of Conway are weekend guests of her mother, Mrs C. W. Barney. A. G. Little, who has been con- fiiied to his home for several days due to illness, is now able to be ou; Mrs. Roy Harper and children of St Louis will be guests next week 0f H h f r nmf ri Mr5 ' F ' K BlaC "' -'"> virus pneumonia. \Tr aWri Mrs Black and Mrs T Mrs. Charles McDaniels has re- SM1 G^,r speT^r^' Tn -vtsit'eTher^n, SS./3S Mempnis. McDaniels. who is employed there Chester Caldwell. who has been j . ,. „ k OBM ,i te she visited diameter of 7580 miles, is 67,200.000 . miles distant from .he sun and'revolves around that body at a speed of 22 miles per second. tai. is reported to be ^satisfactory : He is in Room C-8. • Terri Modinger. daughter of Mr. '• and Mrs. Connie Modinger, is a • patient at Chickasawba Hospital j By GAILE DCGAS | NEA Women's Editor j NEW YORK (NBA) — Fashions I take on a golden glow this year. | Dresses for parties, large and small, reflect Both the Oriental i theme and the luxury look stem-] ming irom luxurious fabrics and rich j fur trim. i Metallic fabrics bear out the Oriental thems in brocades and lame. Paisley prints, sari silks, gleaming satins, jeweled trim and embroidery. Often, these fabrics arc cut with mandarin necklines, obi sashes and slit hemlines. Hem lengths "fcr these golden dresses are from 10 inches from the floor to ankle length. Some have the hem midcalf length in front and floor length in back. The irrigular Mrs. Todd Harrison entertained LaFinesse Club members and one guest, Mrs. Grady Magee. High scores in the games went to Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., and Mrs. Whitney Morgan,' Jr. The hostess served cherry pie. Everybody makes a fashion mistaken now and then. Write it off to experience but don't wear it! If, for some reason, you can't return it to the store, then give it away. Makes much better sense than feeling uncomfortable and looking aw- fui in it. Gosnell GA's Have Meeting At Church Gosnell Baptist Girl's Auxiliary met last night at the church with Betty Guthrie, president, presiding. Diane Baker, secretary', led in roll call with Sue Sparks, song direc- treatment at Baptist Hospital, "is now at his home. Mrs. C. H. Rich of Moscow, Teon., is visiting her daughter, Mrs H. C. Sims, Sr., and Dr. Sims. Mrs. Ira. F. Jones, Jr., and son Rusty of Fort Smith arrived last night to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs Russell Campbell, while their husband and father is in New York on business. Eugene Still, Jr., has pledged Ph! Kappa Sigma at Duke University in Durham, N. C., where he is n student. Condition of Jerry Hill, son of Mi. and Mrs. Virgil I. Hill, who urderwent an appendectomy Wednesday at Chickasawba Hospi- and Detroit. Mich. Mrs. McDaniels was accompa- 8374 3-8 yd. By Sue Burnett j Pretty puffed sleeve styles for big and little siz?s. I Pattern No. 8373 is in sues U, 12. • 13. 14, 16, 18. Size 12, 4'. yards of i 35-inch. j Pattern No. 8314 is in sizes 3, 1,-, 5. 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4. 2's yards of j 35-inch. Two patterns. For these nptterns. send 35c for I EACH, in COINS, your name, ad-, sizes desired, and the PAT- TEEN NUMBER lo Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring & Summer '56 edition of our complete pattern magazine Basic FASHION. It's filled with sitmrt, easy to «*• designs, special features. Bufford Shoe Shop Bxptrl Shot Repair Good Shoes nt Good Prices 112 S. Broadway $125 SUNDAY $125 1 DINNER 1 APPETIZERS Chicken Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Barbecued Lamb Baked Sugar Cured Ham with Raisin Sauce Roast Young Tom Turkey with Sage Dressing CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Cream Style Corn Buttered Broccoli Stewed Apples Candied Sweet Potatoes SALAD Combination Salad DESSERT Banana Cream Pudding One Day Only-Sunday Sam's gone crazy again —giving that food away! 2 PCS. Choice Chicken Breasts, thighs, or Drumsticks _ witn S qlad and RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blytheville's Favorite Eating Place nied home hy her sister, Mrs. Vera Rhoda, of Detroit. She will remain foi an extended visit. Earl Wilson, who has beep a patient in Baptist Hospital, was removed to his home here yesterday He is not allowed to have visitors. and allegiance, Kay Crowe present- i ed the standard of excellence which he had painted for the group. Miss Guthrie dismissed the group. In the social hour Mrs. Gene achultz, counselor, was assisted in erving refreshments by Donna Sue Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature KDKIH TOOT-FAITH MIGUE -DONALD CURTIS im ri* DT fitofW wwnms r«s ** »i awn JtMafOkttt CraM fl MY HMTWUSU hurt* *••*•-&« UTAH* • ton^k tmwn n met — AND — pMKWIRm. Jt. Itnm fU» I* W BUfFl* M hvluCN SCOT Serial "Sea Hound" No. 1<V & Cartoon "What's Sweepin SUNDAY & JilONDAY CHICAGO SYNDICATED own-urn. A ttWMW nCH*l / METRO NEWS AND CARTOON hemline float*. and swirls in chif- • Ion dresses usually worn over wide" petticoats. Touches of mink in collars snS cuffs added to the luxury look in both evening dresses and theater suits. These are used in junior fashions, too. Black velvet or corduroy with white mink trim produces a theater suit of true elegance. Often ihe jacket covers a slim sheath dress that can go to parties on its own. (aming Events with TUESDAY Trl-Town Club meeting Mrs. Newton Whitis. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Blytheville Chapter Number 279 Order of Eastern Star having stat- eo meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. i CIB Bridge Club meeting with j Mrs Harold Nunn. j Tuesday Bridge Club meeting j with Mrs. C. M. Smart. Tuesday Canasta Club meeting] with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. Orp'neus Club meeting at home of H-rs C. H. Whistle on South Highway 61. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ruth Campbell and Mrs. Clem Whistle, Jr., are hostesses. NCO Wives Club having social, 7 p.m , at NCO dining hall. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Night Bridge Club meeting -with Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs-. L. A. Brandon. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C. C. Smith. , , TLE Bridge Club meeting with : Mrj Dick Watson. j Club Eight meeting with Mrs. j Churels Langston. Wednesday Bridge Club being entertained by Mrs. W. T. Morrow. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Thursday Contract Club meetiag with Mrs. Chester Caldwell. ThursBay Club meeting with Mrs E. B. Gee. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mis. B. A. Lynch. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs Alex Curtis. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Sally Freeman. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Armorel HD Club meeting at home of Mrs. B. L. Adkisson in Blytheville FRIDAY Vendredl Bridge Club meeting ,virl> Mrs Billy Joe Gean. Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C. Murray Smart, 2 p.m. Chicken supper a.t Gosnell School cafeteria sponsored by Oosnell HD Club, 5 to 8 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- ins. Pigeons Ousted From Roosts BELLEVILLE, 111. 1*1 —. John Biebel is recognized as an authority on the job of eliminating pigeon* from roofs. He is working on a contract to chase the pigeons from the roof of the local Courthouse at the. cost of 81,100. The process involves spreading a gummy substance on places used as roosts. He says starlings hat» the sticky stuff too. The goo gets on their feet and ihp birds a tough time getting around. But the gelatin-like stuff spead with grease guns, doet not kill the birds. BRIO Courier New: Classified Ada. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. tor Rilz & Program Announcements AFRICAN JUNGLE TERRORS! | tfiSs-— . ^*- . H&OL ^ ' SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature —AND— "AN AtUEO ARTISTS MCTURE Also Cartoon • SUN. • MON. • TUES. Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "The Lieutenant Wort Skirti" THE LIEUTENANT, TOM EWELL SHERH WORE SKIRTS OUI IT MUW »««.., RITA MORtNO Sgt. and Mrs. Jesse Blaylock For. News & Cinemoseope Short "Stampede City" THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY and MONDAY . 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