The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 27, 1956
Page 4
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PAOKFOCTI BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27,19M - Society News - . i nn Mallorv. Society Editor * J!i"! Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Gary Is Outstanding Pledge at ASC Miss Carmen Gary, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gary of Blytheville and student at Arkansas State College has been named, the most, outstanding pledge of Phi Mu at the college. She is also a pledge ol Kappa Pi, an honorary art fraternity ,and secretary-treasurer o£ the freshman class. Miss Gary was named to the dean's honor roll for the past semester and has been nominated as an honorary KOTC cadet. Miss Carmen Cary Caruthei'sville Resident Wed CARUTHERSVILLE — James Spain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spain, formerly of Caruthersville and now of Cape Girardeau, and Miss Jo Ann Prather, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Prather of Cape Girardeau, were recently married at Cape Girardeau. The Rev C. E. Mount,,Presbyterian minister, officiated. Mrs. Louis J. Schultz was pianist and Mrs. Frank Mollenhour, also formerly of Caruthersville, was the vocalist. Miss Martha Sue Spain, sister of the groom, .was an attendant. Vernon Spain of St. Louis was best After a short southern wedding trip the bride will resume her studies at Southeast Missouri State College, Cape Girardeau. The groom, a private at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., will be transferred to Fort Lewis, Wash., for eight weeks of training prior to moving to an Alasfcan post. His wife will Join him In Alaska at the end of the current college term. Miss Thompson Masterpoint Game Played By Bridge League Duplicate Bridge League played a nine-table Mitchell . masterpoint game Saturday afternoon with Mrs. F. W. Whitner and Mrs. A. H. Mc- Manuc winning first place in the north-south division with 98 points and Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs, O«ne Atkinson winning first to the eut-WMt division with 111 points. Second in the north-south group went to Mrs. Ed Peters of Caruthersville and Mrs. Eugena Jenkins of Steele with 92i4 points. Mrs. Poy Etchleson and .Dave Gaiman were third with 92 points. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Don Edwards took fourth position in this division with 90 points. Capturing second in the east- west section were Mrs. A. H. Wallace and Mrs. Joe Hamby with. 98 >A points. Mrs. George Bailey and Mrs R. F. Kirshner were third with f total of 96 points. Tieing for fourth position wer Mrs. T. J. Barnes, Mrs. Henrs Humphreys, Mrs. Ross Moore an< Mrs. Arnold Miller, who had 9 points. Mother Hen Is Pup Sitter NASHVILLE, Mich. OB—Belle 1 a rabbit dog and likes to hunt. But she became a mother and having a family of four required a puppy sitter if Belle was to chas rabbits. So Belle arranged with a Rflodi Island Red hen who likes nothing better than spreading her wing over the pups while Belle roams The pups like it, too. —it's warm Temperature of the human body was the first "zero," or fixed point, in construction of thermome ters, according to the Encyclo pedla Britannica. Of Hayti Becomes Bride CAROTHERSVILLE — Mrs. Virginia Averill Thompson, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan iverill of Hayti, was recently marled to Lewis B. Proctor, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Proctor of Caruth- rsville, at Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church here. The Rev. Floyd V. Broaier offi- iated in the candlelight ceremony. The bride wore a blue faille two- piece spring ensemble with match- ng accessories and she carried a K>uquet of white orchids. The attendants were Miss Syble Patterson of Hayti and Gary Proc,or of Memphis, the latter being brother of the groom. Mrs. Guy E. Michie was the organist. Miss Bernice Proctor, the iride's sister, sang "Because" and 'Oh, Promise Me." The couple went to Memphis for a short wedding trip and, upon their return, will live at 1705 Carrol Avenue here. The bride was graduated from Hayti High School in 1947 and it presently employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Proctor wa graduated from the high school here in 1947 and works for the Southeas Missouri Compress and Ware house Co. Debbie Quick Celebrates Sixth Birthday A birthday party at the Country Club Saturday afternoon honored Ittle Miss Debbie Quick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RUey Quick, on ler sixth birthday. The Country Club was decorated or the occasion with balloons and >aper streamers using the spring colors of pink, blue, yellow and >ale green. The ballroom where games were played was decorated with a prolusion of balloons in these colors. Refreshments were served in the Green Room where paper streamers and clusters of balloons hung from the chandeliers. The party table was centered with a doll birthday cake flanked by pink tapers in crystal candelabra. -She doll's skirt was of pink and white frosting and encircled with six miniature candles. Marking Debbies place at the tale was a pink feathered carnation corsage outlined with white hyacinth blossoms and banked by ruffled maline. This was a gift from Rob porter. Bits of News Illoitty f- erAonat The 26 little guests were served fruit punch and ice cream and individual cupcakes frosted in pale pink. Topping the girls cupcakes were Japanese umbrellas and on the boys plastic boats and car pencil sharpeners were found. Opening the afternoon's activities were colored Walt Disney films on "How to Swim, Play Golf and Ride Horseback." Following this several party games were played and the honoree opened her gifts and placed them ,in a woven basket which was tied with pink satin bows. Her gifts included those from her grandparents and cousins in Missouri. Mrs. Quick was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Debbie's kindergarten teacher, and Mrs. Ruth West. The guest list for the party included members of Debbie's kindergarten. Game prizes consisted of toy telescopes, bubblegum and noisemak- Coming Events TUESDAY Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Newton Whitis. Country Club Bridge Leagu meeting. Blytheville Chapter Number 21 Order of Eastern Star having stat ed meeting at Masonic Temple, GIB Bridge Club meeting will Mrs. Harold Nunn. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. C. M. Smart. Tuesday Canasta Club .meeting with Mrs. W. A. .Hollingsworth. Orpheus Club meeting at home of ttirs C. H. Whistle on South Highway 61, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Ruth Campbell and Mrs. Clem Whistle, Jr., are hostesses. NCO Wives Club having social, 1 p m.. at NCO dining hall. Yarbro HD Club having potluck luncheon at clubhouse, 11:30 a.m WEDNESDAY Wednesday Night Bridge Just for Practice CAPE GIRARDKATJ, Mo. W> — This burglar may have been holding a practice run. He took $573 from a safe in a food marekt, but left another 5971 also in the safe. The next day he called the store owner, Robert L. Ward, and told him the stolen money was in a telephone booth some blocks away. Ward found the money. The caller gave Ward no reason for his actions. meeting" with Mrs. Mary Crawford. PS Bridge Club meeting Mrs. L. A. Brandon. Club Clay with VII £•• -iJ. "•• •*•" «**«*»"-" Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C.- C. smith. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Dick Watson. _ Club Bight meeting with Mrs Churels Langston. Wednesday Bridge Club being en tertained by Mrs. W. T. Morrow. yarbro Methodist Church honor in* new pastor with fellowship sup ner at clubhouse, 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- "xhursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs E. B. Gee. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. 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. R. L. Adkisson in Blythe- lle Joy Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church having social at home of Mrs. Mildred Boren, 7-30 p.m. Delta Kappa Gamma meeting at home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs. George Wiggs are co-hostesses. FRIDAY Vendredi Bridge Club meeting 'irh Mrs Billy Joe Gean. Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C. Murray Smart, 2 p.m. Chicken supper at Gosnell School cafeteria sponsored by Gosnell HD Club, 5 to 8 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Moultrie Court Restaurant Opening Date Thursday March 1st We're proud to announce that Mr. Lloyd Ko/wyck it now ojio- ciattd with our restaurant. Thii Is Your Personal Invitation to Visit With Us Mr. and Mrs. Eobert Thompson aud son Bob have returned from vacation in Jacksonville, Fla., where they visited his brother, Sam Thompson, and family. They were accompanied home by Mr. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Zoa Thompson, who had spent the past several months in Florida. Dr and Mrs. Millard Edds and children of Mulberry and Mr. and Mrs Dan Stowers of Little Rock ate here visiting C. E. Edds, who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. Edds is reported slightly improved. Miss Patsy Yarbro, student at AiKansas State College, has been named to the dean's honor roll at the college for the past semester. Miss Yarbro spent the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kerbough and children of Memphis were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Leon denning. Mr and Mrs. W. Kemper Bruton and children had as guests yesterday Lyman Royal and Mr. and Mrs Russ Royal and children of Si. Louis; Mrs. A. D. Baugbn of Senath and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Meredith, Jr., and children of Caruthersville. Mrs. T. T. Campbell and daughters, Mrs. Paul Hay and Mrs. Ben Abbott, spent the weekend in Booneville visiting their husband and father, T. T. Campbell, who is a patient there. Danny Cobb, student at Transylvania College in Lexington, Ky., has been initiated into Phi Kappa Tau and has been named to the dean's honor roll for the past quarter. Danny is the son of Mr. and 1 Mrs. W. D. Cobb of Blytheville. Davis Cobb and Ralph Nichols were in Memphis Saturday night to attend a sorority dance at Memphis State College. Davis was the guest of Miss Pat Scott of Blytheville and Ralph was the guest of Miss Barbara Cummings of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waldon of East Prairie, Mo., were weekend guests of his brother, John Waldon, and Mrs. Waldon. The Waldons also had as guests their son, B. L. Waldon, Mrs. Waldon and son of Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Waldon and son also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman, while here. Mrs. Vance Alexander, Jr.y and sons Brooks, Vance, TJI, and Michael, returend to their home in Germantown today after a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Miss Bertha Ann Gaines, student at Memphis State, spent the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines. She had as her houseguest David Fowler, student at the college. Mr. and Mrs. Y. T. Rowan of Okolona, Miss., are guests of their daughter, Mrs. James C. Guard, Dr. Guard and children. Mrs. Walter SWink spent last week in Memphis visiting relatives and firends. " Mr. and Mrs. Swink have as guests this week their daughter. LONG LIFE FABRICS — These are cottons with a long fashion life and a great brilliance of colov that's maintained through countless washings. Sun dress (left) has huge flowers splashed on a blue background. Doulbe back straps of this halter dress button at the neckline. Blouse in printed polished cotton (center) and straight line skirt are both hand washable. Blouse fabric is used for belt to blend costume. Highly polished cotton print in electric blue shade (right) has simple cut with rounded neck, snug bodice and impressed pleats. All fabrics are by Everfast and all are wrinkle- resistant. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c 4 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Urs. L. C. Brantley, Jr., and children of Memphis. . Mrs. Pat Magruder, the former Miss Nita Rose Hall of Blythvllle, was named in the top ten percent of her class for the past semester at the University of Arkansas where she is a senior in the school of elementary education. Mrs. Ma- Cruder is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall of this city. Mrs. James Westbrook and children Patricia and Sharon have arrived in Blytheville .to make their home with her parents, Mr. and Mis. Jerry Hearn, for the next several months while their husband and father is attending a Burroughs Business Machine School in Oklahoma City. Larry Hearn, who has been serv- jrig with the Navy air corps for the past four 'years, has received his discharge and arrived here to join Mrs. Hearn and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Coulter of Memphis were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Robert Killian. Visiting in the Killian home Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Townsend and Mrs. V. B. Osborne of Manila. Lt. Pat Burks has returned to his home in Albuquerque, N. M., alter spending the weekend here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks, and Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Attaway were in Corning yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs. Maggie Williams. Mrs. Williams accompanied the At- taways home and will be their guest this week. Jailer Jailed ST. CLAIESVILLE, Ohio (ffl — Prisoners breaking out of the Belmont County Jail is old stuff but the jailers themselves are having trouble getting out these days. Post Office employe William Moodispaw said he was walking by the jail when Jailer Justin Halenar tapped on the window to have the outside door opened. The lock is or the street side of a door being used temporarily while a new office en trance is being installed. METRO NEWS AND CARTCXW TUBS., WED. & THURS. C.LTRMTM TELLS AU! BAMBOO PRISON W « IM a«l •< MIMn •. «•.«, «••«»> PlM * Cartoons "THE WORST EVILS ARE THOSE THAT NEVER ARRIVE •(•Author's name below) Do you know anyone who is always worrying about some possible ailment they are not sure they have? Tell them that Medical Science is now able to almost perform miracles of accurate diagnosis. Modern research has not only discovered medicines that can help or cure illness, but many man-made chemicals can disclose to your Physician whether you have a particular ailment or not. Your supposed "Evil", may never arrive. Relieve your mind. Tell your Physician what you think may be wrong. He will soon know the right answer. • YOUR PHYSICIAN CAN PHONE 3-4451 WHEN YOU NEED A MEDICINE • Pick up your prescription if shopping near us, or lei us deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust U3 with the responsibility o f filling their precriptions. May w« compound yours? ROTHROCK DRUG CO. 2*5 W. Main ' BljUuvllle, Ark. rRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS bjr Simud JahnKM 11M-17M 1»M (10W4) Watkins Girls elebrate Birthdays Rebecca and Regina Watkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reg Catkins, celebrated then- fourth and sixth birthdays respectively Saturday at their home in Steele. Twenty-two guests attended the party and were served refreshments of ice. cream 1 , cupcakes and iced drinks. Following the opening of gifts, the afternoon was spent in playing party games. If you're buying new eyeglas frames and can afford. Just one pair, resist the flowered or jeweled types. These are for dressy occasions and evening only. Pick a fram that will harmonize with everything in your wardrobe. Sounds difficult but can be done since most of us have favorite clothing colors. Bead Courier New: Classified Ads Bufford Shoe Shop Expert Shoe Repair Good Shoes at Good Prices 112 S. Broadway WALKER Red and White Candy Stripe Baby's first steps — no problem with a Welsh walker. Gaily striped, easily cleaned seat. Folds, for easy out-of- trie-way storage. Play beads and jumper spring action keeps him amused. There are no extra part* to buy for this glider- exerciser by Welsh. Red, Green or Yellow, easily cleaned plastic. We Carry a Complete Line of Baby Furniture LAD & LASSIE Toy Center Wallace Smith, Owner 101 E. Main Phone 3-6308 Attention: Rental Property Owners Of Blytheville and Nearby Towns For q«lck tctton, If you have rental housing »»iUblc, ple»« call the Blytheville Air Force Base Housing Section at the following niniber »nd fire Information such u the location, -nttmtwr of rooM*. nut. «»«- •" « h « P«l* rt J : POplar 3-3931 Extension 791 ' at TM e»H befwt t in th« morning or' after +:M In tk« »««noon, *»» rOpl»r 1-1931 and uk for Extemlon «t). Tin lafwtnatloB thus given will be Immediately pawed OB to funllln *»Tini here who need rental housing and m»j enable yon to hart your property occupied quickly and wtth a minimum •C Irmbl* and nperuw on roar part rfkli adwrttoement ta pwbUihtd H a pnbH« unto •» The Blytherllle R«al Dilate Hoard) I. For one dollar you can-have One 5x7 portrait of your child (children under 6). 6 proofs to select from. Additional portraits may be purchased at re-order prices — if you wish. This offer good through February 29. Lee Bearden, Photographer Child Art Studio 419 W. Main Phone 3-866« Cinemascope al Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Riti ft Ro*T Program Announcements MONDAY and TUESDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "The Lieutenant Wore Skirts" THE TOM EWELL SHEREE NORTH LIEUTENANT WORE SKIRTS CCIM 4r MUM ^ ClNEMAScOPt c&tiMM RITA MOfitrfO STWEOPHOHBSOWB Sgt. and Mrs. Jesse Blaylock Par. News & Cinemascope Short "Stampede City" TEXACO FARM MEETING Monday, February 27 — 7:00 p.m. Women's Building at Walker Park See the Film— "County Agent", a story of crop production in Mississippi County. Have Fun With — Pappy Stewart's Famous Family and Don WhiJ- ney, there for your entertainment. EVERYBODY IS WELCOMED BRING THE KIDS — FREE FRIZES FOR ALL! PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET • Fresh Fruit & Produce • Fresh Dressed Poultry • The Finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb & Pork Nationally Adrertiied lY Fancy Grocerie* 2-2043 Call In We D.HTW Come In 1044 Chick

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