The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1955 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 17, 1955
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

PAGE FOUR BlYTfflSTlLLt CAMC.y COWWBR J - Society News :„ 4«« lUillrtT-v S^fintv RHifrnr * Mis« Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phon« a-4461 James Terry Speaks at Central PTA James Terry spoke yesterday afternoon to members of Central Parent-Teacher Association preceding the executive board meeting and general meeting. Mr. Terry, who was introduced by Mrs. James Rainwater, spoke on "What Is Life But Living." In the regular meeting Mrs. W. T. Rainwater gave the devotional with Miss Winnie Virgil Turner speaking on "Is It Well With the Child In the School? " ] In recognition of National Book Week, fifth grade students rendered several musical selections. Mrs. Gean Atkinson presided over the business session. Room counter winners in the lower grades were Mrs. Hugh Caffey's room, first and Miss Donna Sue Gore's room second. Miss Minnie Foster's room and Miss Ann Wilson's room were winners in the upper grades. Thanksgiving Party Given Lange Club The Lange Chicks Tri-Gray-Y Club was entertained with a Thanksgiving party at, the home of Mary Gay Nelson on Walnut yesterday from 3 to 5 p.m. The house was decorated with tur- fcies, pumpkins and cornucopia cut outs. The prizes in the contests "went to Jean Baughman and Diane Bran scum, The club members attending the party were Linda Barnett, Linda Fisher, Linda Lowe, Patsy Pulker- son, Patsy Hodge, Joyce Short. Jean Baughman, Paula Hudson, Carolyn Stanfield, Carol Sue Burnhara, Tony Spain and Dianne Branscum. Mary Gay was assisted in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. R. A. Nelson, and Margaret Wright of the Blytheville Y. Hot chocolate, doughnuts and salted nuta were served those attending. Wisconsin has grown more than 2.500,000 acres of corn, its most valuable crop, each year since 1943. Mrs. J. R. WeatherVy Pvt. Weatberly Claims Hand of Charlotte Cotton Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cotton of Blytheville announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Charlotte, to Pvt. J. R. Weatherly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weatherly of Searcy. The wedding was solemnized in Hernando, Miss.. Nov. 2. with the Rev. M. C. Whitton officiating. The bride chose for her marriage a two piece dress of pale blue faille. She wore navy accessories. Mrs. Weatherly is now making her home with her parents and attending Oosnell High School while Pvt. Weatherly is stationed with the army in Germany. The groom attended Blytheville High School. Sabbath Service To Be Held at Temple Israel Tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, will conduct a sabbath service and deliver the sermon. Readers of the service will be Mrs. Sam Joseph, Mrs. Alfred Vise, Mrs. Richard Jiedel and Mrs. Sidney Platt, members of Temple Israel Sisterhood. GEM THEATRE 'Osceo/o's Finest" > Saturday Late Show •SUN. »MOH. •TUES. November 19 - 20 - 21 - 22 2Ottt C*n!««y-Fo* p*e«n*» YVH.LIAM JENNIFER HOLDEN.JONES LOVE IS A •->- '/"- MANY-SPLENDORED f HJINO C0l °" bv Di """ '- to IW ncoOa of SflflEOPHONIC SOUflO Dell FHA Has Installation; Inflation DELL—Dell Future Homemakers of America held an installation and initiation service for the new officers and members Monday night. Shirley Oakly, president of the Luxora FHA chapter, installed the following officers: Linda Loveless, president; Patty Bowers, first vice-president: Patricia Penter, second vice-president; Gloria Tweedle, third vice-president; Carolyn Stallings, secretary; Jenette Holcomb, treasurer and Linda Simpson, reporter. New members initiated were Betty Blackrnon. Janet Donahue, Mickie Hinch, Carolyn Hogan, Calleen Key, Linda Odum, Carlean Parish, Bonnie Williams and LaVonne Boren. Sunday School Class Has Luncheon Dorcas Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church met, at the home of Mrs. H. E. VanCleve yesterday for a pocluck luncheon and business meeting, Mrs. John Buchanan led the opening prayer with Mrs. H. H. Burnett giving the devotional. Mrs. A. L. Richardson dismissed the group. School Or Party Favorite TWEED TAKES TO GLAMOR — Tweeds take to glamor this year in both jeweling and fur trim. Lightweight Scottish tweed is used 'Icii' by Vera Maxwell tor suit with shawl collar and turnback cuffs of sheared otter. Suit jacket wraps and ties. Ben Reig's suit in two-tone gray lightweight British cweed (right) has jeweled fringe ornament on side-buttoned jacket. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IT, Mrs. Lossie Dowdy, Dell. Mrs. Theda Rlchnidson, city. Herschel Western, Air orc« Bas* Miss Frances Dolan of Memphis and Los Angeles, Calif., spent today here as the guest of Mrs. Dick J. While. She came especially to attend Hobby Lobby at the First Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Goodman, Jr., will spend the weekend in Lit-; tie Rock as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Norton. They will attend the University of Arkansas-LSU football yame there Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Pomeroy of Memphis, a frequent Blytheville visitor, underwent surgery this week at St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis. Her sister, Mrs.'E. M. Eaton of Blythe- viile. is in Memphis with her. . Mrs. Betty Riales, who has been a patient in Chickasawba Hospital following an automobile accident last Friday night, was removed 'o Campbell's Clinic in Memphis this morning. Miss Mary Louis Scrape, student at Draughons Business School in Memphis, will spend the weekend here witil her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olio Scrape. Fred S. Saliba will be among Blytheville residents in Little Rock Saturday to attend the football game between the Razorbacks and LSU Tigers. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Rowlett, members of the Masque and Gavel Club of Blytheville High School, Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols and sons were in Jonesboro last night to attend "The Crucible." by Arthur Miller, which was staged by the Language and Literature Department of Arkansas State College. Miss Martha Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nichols, and Charles Weldman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weidman, took parts in this presentation. At tfe Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Freddy Bates, city. Mrs. B. E. Busby, city. Mrs. T. H. Holt, Tomato. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Susan Hearn, city. Billy Williams, city. Will Moss, city. Gean Pittman. city. Miss Thelrna Batemon, city. Mrs. Irene Whistle, city. Alvin Burnett, Jr.. city. Robert Brown, city. Linda McGregor, city. Med Cockran, city. Larry Casey, city. Claude Williams, Jr., city. Herschel Smart, Jr., city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Cecil Johnson and baby, city. Miss Minnie Kissell. city. Mrs. Betty Bullington, city. Mrs. Herschel Brazeal and baby, city. Alfa Mae Arnold, city. Tommy Ivy, city. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35e At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Manone MAIN Percy KllBRIOt _ AND — ALSO CARTOON FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 11 And Cartoon 8338 X-12 yn. Sue Burnett The new longer waisted look for young girls in apretty frock that's Ideal for school or party wear. Use bright contrast for trim. Pattern No. 8338 is in sizes 4, 8, 88, 10, 12 years. Size 6, dress, 2 yards of 39-inch; 14 yard contrast. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, .Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall & winter •55 pattern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains a weath of sew-simple, up-to-the-min- tue styles, special features, color and style. ,You go to the movies,*,^ ( v you know what's, fce*$v\$ it's your turn to ^ectll This is WHENCE UWVRDS LA,— RITZ THEATRE New Cotton Fadrics Wash Drip Dry BY GA1LE DUG AS NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK — i NEA I — Needs no ironing, says the tag. Wash, hang dry and wear. Crease resistant, too, When this tag is attached to a pretty aqua robe that's well styled and detailed, there's an immediate feminine reaction. How much? It's budget priced. The fabric is called durasuede and it's a cotton with a nappy surface, soft to the touch. Cozy for cold, wintry mornings and pretty on winter evenings. You wash it in a machine or by hand. In the machine you omit the spin-dry cycle. When you wash it by hand, you don't wring it out- Just hang it to dry while it's soaking wet. Shape it, too. rumur.g seams between thumb and forefinger. . Girl pouring out coffee (left) wears aqua-checked robe with big patch pockets. Her overnight guest has robe in black-and-white checl: with black velveteen collar, cuffs and belt. Guest appears again i right in aqua print robe that can be worn belted or not. Slit pockets have piping trim. All robes are in durasuede. Read Courier News Classified Ads Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! listen t« MCN »t 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Hili 4 Boiy Program Announcements THURSDAY and FRIDAY Find your name in oyr ad and be our guest to i«t "The Left Hand of God" Mr. and ;Mrs. J. P. Friend C010R ky DI IUXI M JIlMOfWHIC MM PARAMOUNT NEWS and CARTOON country wedges for the rugged life in Town & Country Shoes Our staunch and snappy companions for tweeds and flannels. All set for a good brisk country walk because they're built that way. So good-looking too, supple and practically featherweight. Featured in wonderful colors, black, red fox, moss green, french walnut. We have handbags to match. FAMILY SHOE STORE ! 312 W. Main Phen* 2-2342!

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page