The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1955 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, November 11, 1955
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1055 BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE VP's Wife Follows Busy Schedule; Just Take a Look at Mrs. Nixon's By ALICIA HART NEA SUff Correspondent WASHINGTON — (NEA) — Ever liacl one of those awful days when you're so busy with family, home and social activities that by bedtime you feel like a wreck? 'Well, ladies, compare your schedule with this one: HOLLAND NEWS By Mn. Kd Hampton. Jr Up at seven in the morning;, dress; Another dignitary from Europe ind feed two small girls, get them i who sui next ;a Pal ai a formal din- jff to school, give your husband i ner reported later that to his a.ston- ind maybe a friend breakfast, an-jishmeiu. she was familiar with iwer half a dozen letters, clean the j some little-known facts about, the nouse. do some sewing;, leave in- North Atlantic Treaty Orguniza- smictions for your one maid, go '.o I Lion. * fancy luncheon, serve at a tea, | ."She is like a model in looks," stop by ai an embassy, have sup-} exclaimed the diplomat, "but I did per planned for the children, tuck | not expect -such intelligence." them in bed, jump into evening j In spile of her many official du- zlothes and go to a big reception j ties, Pat Nixon gives a great deal and dinner. i of attention to her two girls, nine- And during every step of this roti-1 year-old Patricia and seven-year- tine never forget for a moment j old Julie. you're a nationally and inteniation-j "Washington dinners generally j ally known woman in the constant j begin around eight, so we're with | glare of publicity. I the girls during their dinner hour, Such is the typical day of a vi-i and we. read them a bedtime story vacious strawberry blonde named I before we go out," she explains. A Pat Nixon, wife of Vice President | regular woman takes care of the; Richard M. Nixon. ! children when the. Nixons are away j "How Pat does it and stays so i from home. And once in a while j fresh looking I'll never know," | one of the jjirls from the VP's of- j close friends always remark. And : fice baby sits. s nobody seems to know. j * * ! * • j "Wft try lo keep the children \ Since the Republicans look office I completely nut of t'-e limelight/' j in 1953 Pat has kept up a pace that j she adds. "But at times it isn't would tire most hearty housewives easy. They're constantly getting in- in a week. At the suggestion of President Eisenhower both she and her husband have taken on more of! the official tape cutting" and greet- j ing chores that used to fall to the j Chief Executive and his wife. Now Pai Nixon's role becomes j doubly important since Mamie Ei- j senhower is staying close to the, President during his recovery. And with the likelihood that Ike will not run again, she must be considered a possible first lady if her husband is nominated. . No one doubis that slim, attractive Pat Nixon will be able to ban- j die those additional social obliga-j tions that will fall to her during the •. next few months. For on a number j of occasions in the past she has .gracefully stepped in and helped out. "Often we have called Mrs. Nixon at the last minute to help us out," says an official at the State Department. "And she always does viuuions to have their pictures taken or to appear at public functions." M;tny oi the letters Mrs. Nixon receives are from children, and she always answers them personally. Shortly after she and the VP returned from their tour of Central America, she received the following letter and photograph from an eight-year-old girl in the Canal Zone: "When J saw you on the train I thought you were lovely. I saw you but you probably did not see me. I tried to get. your attention but couldn't. I liked your shoes and your dres.s. f am a Brownie and in the second grade." "Dear Nancy," replied Mrs. Nixon. "I know all about Brownies because my oldest little girl, Tricia, belongs to a group here in Washing- ion. I showed Tricia and her sister. Julie (she hopes to become a Brownie when she is old enough) your picture and they were happy that I had seen some Brownies and | Girl Scouts on our trip to Central America." Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohoon entertained the Capehart family at Sunday dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moon and daughter Paula who arrived Thursday from Camarllio, Calif. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Finis Holmes, Jr., and daughter Mur- .shii of Marion, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Mays and two .sons; Mr. and Mrs. Pinnell Capehart and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Noble Capehart of Cariuhersville. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bet lye Nelle Starr Mrs. Robert Chiles invited Mrs. Chiles as a guesi Monday night when she was hostess to her bridge club. Yellow and white chrysanthemums ! were used to decorate Mrs. Chiles' home. In games, Mrs. J. E. Harrison won high' score and Mrs. Clyde Buchanan, second high. Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Van Cleave announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, born last, week at Oscepla Memorial Hospital. The baby was named Kim. Mr. and Mrs. Van Cleave have an eight year old a wonderful job even though it has i , „ , been inconvenient at times." i aon - Joe Neal Last winter when Mrs. Eisenhower had the flu during one of the busiest weeks of the year. Pat j ' quickly rearranged her schedule Mrs. Elliott Sariain and represented Mamie. Mrs. Sam Coble is \acationing in Hot Springs. She will be gone for ! two weeks. spending several days in Jonesboro. She will * " " return home Thursday. An easy-going temperament and j Mrs. Ed Quinn and Mrs. J. H. complete calm are perhaps two of , Lovewell were weekend guests of Air. the best reasons why Pat Nixon has [ and Mrs, Wade Quinn and family been able to can,, the load of official hostess at everything from m Memphis. AIr d Mrs charlie Bowen ol Girl Scout cookje sale to a luncheon j KenTlUe Temi . and Mr . and Mrs . given by the wives of Cabinet \ j p Choate of Arlington> V a., were members. I visllors jn Qsceola Mondav. Mrs. "She never gets ruffled when an • event doesn't go off smoothly," ex-' plains one person who has observed her at many official functions. "She naturally seems to know just the right thing to say." One thing Mrs. Nixon makes it Choate is the former Miss Clara Sullivan of Osceola. Mrs. Evon. Posey. the former Miss Jeanette Bowen, who is now living in Long Beach, Calif,, where En- j sign Posey in the Coastal Geodetic j point to do if "possible is know! Service, arrived in Osceola Wednes-j something about a person she's! day to spend two weeks .with her planning to meet. For example, she paresis, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen. astounded the wife of one foreign while Ensign Posey is at sea. She minister by asking the visitor about i was met at the Memphis airport by her work with underprivileged chil- j her parents. dren. Mrs. H. G. Banks of Albuquerque, G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL \\ Sell That Stuff Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division RENT FLASH CAMERAS MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 FARM LOANS Six Star Feature L. No brokerage fee* I* oa; i t Nt stock to pftfchftM i. An opportunity M establish credit with a large insurance Co. that is and haj own for many years a permanent lendor n ifcfe tarrl- 5. We pa.T Ihe appraKal »nd attorne; fees i. Quick Mrri«, la«t elMini. W« cl»«« toans before m«t rompank* atako Uielr la- For Informstion, Sec, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Lj.ch MytlMriUc. Ark. T^.M 2-2 Agent f*r A»«rtcB» CnHe« Life tamninc* C*. At Thursday's Achievement Dayi at Deering, Culbertson and Sam-! ford Clubs were both represeireii! with blue ribbon winning booths for, each. This Is an annual event ;-i- ; tended by Extension Clubs through- ! out the county. An afternoon fashion show of cut-. tons was presented by siudoriLs of the Caruthersville Home Econotn-; ics class. Following three weeks with her son, William Wilson, Mrs. Wilson and family in Memphis; Mrs. Gar-; vin Wilson is home. Having under- : gone surgery recently Mr. Wilson : is able to resume work at Hoen Chevrolet Company. : Confined to her home, Mrs. MOD- : me Martin is improved after major surgery. Her mother, Mrs. Gene Schrader of Steele,. was called to Granite City, 111., where her son. Miles Holly, is at St. Elizabeth His- pital. In critical condition due to a ruptured appendix, Mr. Holly is better. Mr. and Mrs. Pai Harris have' arrived home after a wedding trip! to Columbus, Ga. They are making; their home temporarily with Mr. and Mrs. Harbert Hudgens in N. M., stopped over in Osceola the first of the week for a visit with friends enroute to visit her son. Bob Banks, in Missouri. Mrs. J. L. Ward will arrive over the Weekend from a six-week visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and . Mrs. Arthur. Prazier in Wichita, Kans. Dr. and Mrs. L. T. Hooker, ol Kansas were guesis during the week | of Mrs. Hooker's brother, Faber White, and family. They were re- luming from a northern tour and stopped over in Osceola for three days. From here they will visit relatives in Paragould. Miss Marjorie Doyle and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen drove to Mem- phis.Tuesday for Miss Doyle to have a final check-u pfollowing an operation six weeks ago. Miss Doyle resumed her duties Wednesday at the Planters Bank. Twenty-siv women of the Presbyterian Church met Monday afternoon for their monthly general meeting with Mrs. Ira Wright, Mrs. P. D. Johnson .and Mrs. Chauncy j Demon as hostesses. A report on the East Arkansas Presbyterty held last week in Forrest City, was given by Mrs. New- ; ton Johnson, who was one of the five women from the Osceola church , who attended the meeting. I All's. Arthur Rogers had charge of the program. Appearing in a s.-:K were Mrs. David Laney and Mrs. Allan Segraves. At. the conclusion of the meeting a dessert course was served. i Steele. Mr. Harris has recently joined the Wardell .school faculty. , Mrs. Harold Bailey', daughter Martha,and son Neal are home after visits with relatives at Prince- ion. Ind. Martha .spent fall vacation with the James O'Neals there. Mr, and Mrs. Marshal Mirick accompanied' their nephew, Marcus Harris, to Memphis the past weekend where they all were guests in j i he home oi Mr. and Mrs. Willie I Brooks. i From Manila, Mr. and Mrs, Ar-1 villo Burkhead and daughters Mary i and Huby Nell are moving 10 Hoi-; hum where they will live in their! mobile home on the residential | propeny ol Mi.s. £ada Croa.s. j Recent gtic.-.-:L.s ol Mr. and Mrs.' Donald Lous' were his parents, Mr • aua Mrs. Civ tie Long oi Brw^ii-' ciucio, and tneir houseguesi, Mrs, O. L. Blakney ot Foplarville, Miss From Hayu, A. A. Sherwood and j daughter and yranuson Mrs. Lessie j Richard and Jimmie Richard Vis- j lied Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherwood i Sunday. Mrs. Sherwood spent most | of the week-end wtih the Price Ta- tems in Memphis. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Max Sherwood. Dinner guests with tiie Cardinal Smiihs Sunday included Roscoe Smith and R.. Heath of St. Louis; Mrs. Lois Bevills of Marie; Mrs. Zuia Bevills of McCrory; Mrs. Onetia Smith of BlytheVille and Mr. j and Mrs. Lawrence Poole oi West i Memphis in whose honor the dinner j was given. The Pooles have lately i returned from southern California: 10 make their home at their pres-i em location. ! Mrs. Ruby Samford and two sons ] accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Johnny j Frank Brooks and family of Mai-: den to Memphis Sunday where they . were met by friends and relatives > from Memphis and Athens, Ala- j bama. Tiiey spent the day picnicking and enjoying Overtoil Zoo. At ihe Sam Kenleys recently were Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Kcnley of Columbia, who were here for the deer hunt season, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prank Palmer and family of Kejmeu. Mr. Palmer, formerly associated with a bakery in Kennett, is now engaged in farm interests locally. , . | Mr. and Mrs. Board Slivers will • leave Thursday to spend the next month or two with their granddaughter, Mrs. Bill Mou.len, Mr. MouUen and family of Annacia, Mo. They will remain until the Christmas holiday seasoji. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hester and son Sammy and Mrs. Clara Me- Crary were in Cape Girardeau Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. Hester's and, Mrs. McCrary's parents. | Following a week furlough, Pvt | Glen wood ft rd loll Wednesday tor 1 Fort Sill, Okla. Entering the U. S. ; Army in August, he received b;iMc j training at Port Leonard Wood. • Pvt. Woodard is the grandson of i Mrs. Maggie Richardson with i Whom he has made his home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed IKunpton. Jr.. were Sunday visitor.', in New Mad-j rid al the former's father's and | brother's, Ed Hampton, Sr.. the j James Hamptons and the Howard > Hamptons. I GEM THEATRE "Osceo/a'i Finest" SUN. • MON. • TUES. November 13-14-15 Plenty itf l*a ok ages Move than 250,000,000 package.-* are transported annually in the United States, over 196,000 milps of railroads, 86.000 miles oi airways. 12,000 miles of waterways and 29,000 miles of truck: lines. THEATRE I On \V. Main SL. ! In Blylheville ; Phone 3-1HJ1 ; Weekdays Show Starts 7:00, p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m j ilr. and Jlrs. C'leo Vaughn The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! Cinemascope at Us Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 1 p.m. for Ritz A: Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c GIANT WIDE SCREEN OPEN THURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ALSO CARTOON LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature "New York Confidential" With Broderick Crawford _ AND — "The Shanghai Story" OARK JANE 6MU RUSSILl <•"..'• . '•: ''^~^ ^-f^f^a ' s CINEMASCOPE Paramount News & Selected Shorts SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature THE FURIOUS STORY OF A LAWLESS WEST! SATURDAY & SUNDAY Double Feature I MARTMHBOTS : : in, tVWOV IWYON& ': MONEY FROM HOMfi : , HALW4U1S __ : : TECHNICOtOft FRIDAY & SATURDA Double Feature ALSO CARTOON Serial "Capl Africa" No. in Cartoon "I'el Problems" Sl'NDAY & MONDAY YISTAVKIONj STEWART AUYSON Strategic Ail-Command. Color ty TECHNICOLOR — PI,US SHORT — "ASSIGNMENT CHILDREN" Wi!h Danny Kaye ALSO METRO NEWS YOU CAN'T STOP THE QUHN MARY WITH A CLOTHESLINE .. ony *,<« *„„ yo. con keep a tornado from hittrng yow Ko«>«. 5v* y<xj can buy insurance — the i<gh< lond, in H» ri9nt omourtl. We'H be glad to ud»rn. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. 3-6868 HAMBURGERS For your proleclion, our Hamburger Rallies are prepared and delivered frozen by a nationally known government inspected meat packing plant. A warm well-seasoned bun enhances the wholesome delicioasncss of this pure hamburger. KREAM KASTLE Walnut & Division Phone 3-S051 DRIVE-IN With Edmund O'Brien ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature "Carolina Cannon Ball" With Judy Canova — AM) — "Topeka Terror" With Alan "Rocky" Lane CARTOON & SERIAL SAT. OWL SHOW Starts II ::JO p.m. "Docks of New York" With The East Side Kids Sl'NDAY & .MONDAY Double Feature 'Passion" With Cornel Wilde — AM) — "War Arrow" With Jeff Chandler ALSO CARTOON Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "Count Three and Pray" fAST WITH HIS FISTS, HIS HORSfS AND HIS WOMIKI CINEMASCOPE '««'i TECHNICOLOR »u«»i»«n« .« JOJBM \VOOOMRO • flat CARtY • Rs»mond BU8R • Ailisai HAYES T "(»6 u f'MW • *<*«tj SY lit) ^rKWC-D . D'-f-IKl t) U&V. W»»IW - » COFA tK PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON COMING TO THE RITZ SOON TO CATCH A T1IIKF in Technicolor and Vista vision with Cnire Kelly and Cary Grant ARTISTS & .MODKI.S i" Technicolor and Vistavision with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis GIRL IN THK RED VELVET SWING in color and cinemascope with Ray .Milland and Joan Collins THK McCO.NNEI.I. STORY in color and einemascop* with Alan l.add and June Allyson I'KTK KEI.I.Y HM'KS in Color and Cinemastopt wilh .lack Webb and June l.eii;h LAr)^ AND THE TRAMP in Color and Cinemascope A Walt Disney Kealurt

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page