The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1954 - Society News - ie Ann Mallorv. Society Editor * Pho Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 P. H. Jernigan To Claim Bride In Jackson, Miss. Mrs. Rex Lloyd Hargrove of Jackson, Miss., today announces the engagement and approachnlg marriage of her daughter, Nell to Prentiss H. Jernigan, son of the Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Jernigan of Selma, Tenn., and formerly of Biythcville. Miss Harsrave is a graduate of Hinds Junior College. Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing end .John Hopkins . University. She is now employed by the Veterans Administration Hospital, Jackson. Mr. Jernigan is a graduate ot Blytheville High School. Ashland junior College, A-shland, Ky., and attended Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. He is now employed by Jackson General Contract Corporation in Jackson. The wedding will be solemnized Nov. 21, at the Parkway Baptist Church in Jackson by the Rev. Mr. Jernigan. Friday Contract Club Meets in Henderson Home The Friday Contract Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Doyle Henderson yesterday afternoon when chrysanthemums and roses were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Selgbert Jeldel and Mrs. Otto Scrape were guests of the group. Winners in the bridge gamns were Mrs. Scrape,' high, and Mrs. G. O. Poete, second hglU. Birthday Party Is Surprise "Happy Birthday Vera," spelled out atop a birthday cake also spelled a surprise for Mrs, J. J. Johnson last night when members of the WMA of Beacon Baptist Church honored her with a suprise birthday party pt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. R. Prultt. Forty-five were present for the evening, which was spent playing games and singing. Mrs. Johnson was presented a corsnge of bronze mums. Mrs. Nola Slmw and daughter .of Hayti and Mrs. Barbara Duncan nnd daughter of Chsffee were out of town guests. After opening Rifts, Mrs., priiitt was assisted In serving by Mrs. M. O. Christian, Mrs. Prod Hill, Mrs. Hampton and Mrs. Otis Cole. So Young And Versatile Sue Bui'nett Make this clever poncho top and shirt pair in a mnttev of hours! Few pattern pieces and n clear- \ ]y illustrated chart guides you j smoothly. I Pattern No. 8886 is in sizes 10, j 12, H, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, skirt, 2 yards of 54-Inch; lop, ^ yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. When you run out of shoe polish, 1 don't worry, for paste floor wax is. e> good substitute in an emergency. i Its neutral color makes it tde&l > for light or dark shoes. ' FOR RADIO AND TV REPAIR Call 3-4596 Jimmy Gean, repairman ft Alt work Kuamnteed • Prompt Service ROSE SALES CO. 521 S. ZHt Coming Events Saturday University Club meets at Hotel Noble. HoBtA are Mr. and Mrs Whitney Morgan, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs Marvin Nnnn, Jr., nnd Mr. and Mrs. Everet Peterson. A busine.Hs mcet- ,llg will bo held at H:00 p.ri. MONDAY Miss Mnxlne Hill hns Kntlo Hnl- ton YWA. WMU of First Bnpliat Church as study course beginning at 11 n. m. A covered-dish luncheon will be served nt 12 p. m. Presbyterian Circles meet In liomes. Circle One with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, 731 E. Mnln. Hostesses are Mrs. Jerry Hord and Mrs. Gordon Harris. Circle Two with Mrs. Clyde Wilson, 1415 Chlcknsawba. Circle Three with Mrs. L. Q. Nash, 1301 Chlcknsnwbit. Mrs. Leaie Hooper is co-hostess. Circle Pour with Mrs. S. E. rune, 1333 Chlcltasnwba, Mrs. C. C. Smith, co-hostCHS. Circle Five. Mrs. George Dilia- lunty, Ynrbro nt 8 p. m. and Circle Six Mrs. B. A. BUHIC, MOT Chickasnwbn, 8 p. in. Co-hoste.ss arc Mrs. W. C. LcRfjett and Mrs, Mnrie Burns. High School PTA meets nt school it 7:30 p. m. for parents' night. First Christian Church uroups licet. Faith Kroup meets with Mrs. . L. Ward nt 2 p. in,; Hope Group with Mrs. A. O. Hull 2 p. in. nud Charity Group with Miss Jessie rlte at H p. in. Trinity Baptist Circles meet In lomes. Jewel Abonmthy niecls I'lth Mi's. Arab' Speck. Evelyn SUnlovti with Mrs. A. D. 'rlest. Circle Three with Mrs. Cnl- r lu Cook at the church. Afternoon unit of Woman's Aitx- linry of St. Stephen's Episcopal nects nt Pnrish Housi-, 2 p. in. TUUHDAV Delta Knppa Onnnnn meeting at Dixie Pig nt 7:30 p. in. Miss Alice \lnrle Ross mid Miss Minnie Foster, ho.stos.sc. 1 ;. Cbnrlevolx chapter of DAR meets t Hotel Noble, 1 p. in. Mrs. A. M. It. Bnmson. Mrs. E. B. Wooil- son. Mrs. Murion Wllllnms arc hos- esses. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Miss- Nell Hargrave of Jackson, Miss., will become the bride of Prentiss H. Jernigan, former resident, and now of Jackson, Tenn., Miss Hargrave is Ihe daughter of Mrs. Rex Lloyd Margrave of Jackson and Mr. Jernigan is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Jernigan of Selma, Tenn., and former Blytheville residents. Slgmn Phi has model meeting nt Mrs. Buy Harrison. N. Frunylin, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Ben Abbott Is co- lio.stess. Love Group of First Chrlstinn Church meets with Mrs. George Cross. 8 p. m. Annie Armstrong of Trinity Bnp. list Church meets with Mrs. Lnu- enn Everett. Mrs. F. E. Utley entcrtnins La Petite Club. NN Bridge Club meets with Miss Melbn Fryor. Mrs. Gnrth Cnstlie entertains Octave Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. Mrs. Gene Tenford hns Trl-Town Club. Country Club Bridge League meets. WEDNESDAY Sudbury PTA meets at school at 3 p. m. Executive Board meets 2:30 p. m. Chapter D, PEO Sisterhood meets With Mrs. E. F. Still, Mrs. C. S. Stevens Is co-hostess. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe entertaln- iiiK TLE Bridge Club with dinner party at 7 p. m. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Charlie Rose. Mrs. Loy Welch entertains Club ElBht. Town nnd Country Club meets with Mrs. C. C. Smith. THURSDAY Trinity Lnlllo Moon YWA meets with Mrs. C. S. BlrinlllKhnm. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kl- bll/.cr Club. Chllllon Club meets with Mrs. Mnry Hntfleld. GEO Clvib meets with Mrs. W. H. O'Kcefo. Mrs. Leonard Oldham entcrtnins La Nuevr Club. Duplicate Bridge LcnRiiC! meets. Mrs. C. G. .Caudlll entertains Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY Friday Club meets with Mrs. Bob liUKan. Mrs. GeorRo Anderson entertains Vondrcdi Bridge Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge Lcngue meets. Mr. Norris Enters Art Exhibit Show There was no observance of National Art Week in .Blythevllle this year but a local artist's work Is being shown at a special show In Memphis. Samuel F. Norris, who paints as a hobby, was Invited by the Memphis Art Association to submit paintings lor the public show at Hotel Peabody this week In celebration of National Art Week. All of the three oil paintings submitted will be on display until after Sunday. Allowed one portrait, Mr. Nor- ,-lE submitted his latest work — an almost life-size painting titled 'Portrait of 'Keen/' The subject Is his daughter, standing In front of a mirror In which Is reflected the back of her head. She Is wearing a cerise taffeta dress and holding a white feathered fan. His other paintings are a still life of a fish he caught at Big Lake, which has the title "The Big One" and a bouquet of mixed flowers which has the title "Spring Floral." . No awards are made for this exhibit which Includes work by both professional and amateur artists. It's such an whole family If ynu arc ver fair-.skiiinrd. chouse i-ttlovs with iv cool umliM-Ume, like I blue, ereen, lavender, navy and Ri'ay. Avoid shades with yellow in them. Depressing Conversation Shows Frustration Two ncquaintnnces who apparently Inidn't seen each other for some time met In a department store and these are the things they cho.se to talk about: The heat: "Its been simply terrible, hasn't it. I told John this morning I ilidn't know If I was going to get through the summer or not." Their children: "I'll be so K 1 a d when? s c ho o 1 starts. Having them all at home, I just don't get anything done." Their vacations; effort to yet the ready T sometimes think it would be better to stny nt home." As they snid "good-bye" one of them gave n half-heartcd invitation: "Do come by to see us sometime" and the other gave » disinterested reply: "We never seem to go anywhere, any more." Docs your conversation ever sound like that? If it does, there is not only some tiling wrong with your conversation, there is something; wrong with the way you arc living. You are so conscious of the small inconveniences nnd discomforts of living: that you can't think of nnythliiff else, nnd so you find it easier to Inlk ubout frustrations than about accomplishments or pi nns. You want so badly for life to run smoothly that you hate change of any kind, even the clinnye from winter In summer Mint crenles the "problem" of hnvlng your own children nt home. You can't even anticipnte a trip wilh pleasure — because Instead ol thinking of the fun you will have you aro thinking of the work involved u\ getting ready to go away. The reason you never go nny- where nny more isn't because you Mrs. O. A. Mines, Jr., and Mrs. Tom Martin o! Dell left Thursday to spend a week In Little Rock as guests of Commander and Mrs. John Loy Bishop. They will Join Buzzy Crafton there today and attend the University of Arkansas- Rice football g»me. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodge left today for Cincinnati, O., to visit Mrs. Hodges' mother, Mrs. Rose Hoffman and other relatives for two weeks. Mrs. W. C. Higglnson spent yesterday In Memphis. Walter Lutes and son, Morris, are spending several days In McAllister, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wright of Forrest City were the guests of Mrs. H. T. Wright Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Hutch- Inson and son of Chicago are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes and Mrs. J. M. Haynes. Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Jackson left today for Hot Springs where they will take a course of baths. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Welch will leave tomorrow for a business trip to Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Herbert Brooks of Memphis has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal this week. Among those In Little Rock today to attend the University of Arkansas-Rice football game are Bill Williams, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Foleer, Fred Sallba, Rene George, and Rene, Jr., Ernest Halsell, Miss Frances Jones, Eddie B, David, E. J. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Huddleston, Miss Maxine Hill, Bill Stancll, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stockton and Misses Cliffle Overman and Millie Ann Mflllory. Mrs. John McDowell Is spending several weeks In Mangham, La., where she is visiting relatives. pfc. William E. Raspberry, who has been a pntient in a hospital in Tokyo, Japan, telephoned his wife, Mrs. Ruth Raspberry, from there last night to report that he has recovered and has been dismissed from the hospital. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Raspberry. Mrs. Hubert Seymour and Mrs. Turner Klssell spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Jeanetta Jean McFarland, who recently returned from Germany with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Erwln Mitchell, will go to Senath and Hornersville, Mo., to visit relatives. have ao much, fun at home you would rtither be there than anywhere else, but because going out and doing things Is Just too much trouble. If your conversation Is often n depressing account of the things Wrong with your life or the things that annoy you — you don't jvsst need to liven up your conversation. What you need Is to liven up your life. Robertson's Radio and T.V. Service 515 E. Main Wade Warehouse Bldg. Bay Ph. 3-4257 Nlte Ph. 3-C704 Our Thanks to "Mr. and Mrs. Blytheville" for your patronage during fho past year + + + We wish to show our gratitude through "APPRECIATION WEEK" at The Rustic Inn Beginning Today! Apprtciation Week Specials! One-half full 2 Hi. Fried Chicken $1.00 Fried Hut I erf Iy "Jumbo" Shrimp. 1.2 do/.. $1.00 Fried Oysters, Extra Select, 1 2 doz. , SI.00 The above entrees include French Fried Potatoes, Cole Slinv Salnd, Hot Rolls £ Butler. —Featuring also our regular Sunday dinner— Delicious food served in an atmosphere of friendliness" Ku&tlc OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST SHOW OF SEASON—TONIGHT! Double Feature Program H,G. WELLS' nie* ALMLMD-DHIOMHffitt PLUS CARTOON "NORTHWEST MOUSIE" ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS STARVUE DRIVE-IN Will Be CLOSED FOR THE SEASON Sunday, Nov. 7 ATTEND THE RITZ & ROXY For Your Movie Entertainment Mrs. Huffman Entertains Chapter N PEG Chapter N of PEG Sisterhood met at the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., yesterday. Arrangements pf pink chrysanthemums were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the guests were seated. Mrs. Chester Caldwell presided over the business and Mrs. Harry W. Haines reviewed the play, "Teahouse of The August* Moon," by Snelder. The hostess served a dessert, course at the conclusion of the meeting, Armorel Group Honors Couple Capt. and Mrs. Erwin Mitchell were honored at a turfcey dinner by the Armorel Supper Club last night when the group met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Patterson. The Erwin family Just returned from three years In Germany. Simc 25 friends were present last night. The evening was spent informally. Marriage Licenses The following couples have received marriage licenses from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: S. P. Quails and Mumie White, both of Cooter, Mo. Lemmie George nnd Mary Whaley, both of Manila- FULL OF HOPE Comedian Bob Hope anxiously watches and listens to his son. Tony, rehearse for a coming radio show in Los Angeles, Calif. The H-year-old boy will exchange quips with funny dad on the cihow. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE; I • To wear on a special trip, a bare, black top of mat, jersey creates three different, pretty outfits when teamed with three skirts—a white bird's- eye pique, a red ottoman faile, a wheel of black lace. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 ''romp I DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-1507 Hours: 8 a.m. lo 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission lac & 35c At All Times LAST TiMES TODAY Double Feature PATROL YICtOlfMcUGlBI ? . 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