The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 11, 1956
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 19M — Society News - Milti* Ann M»llory, Society Editor • Ph< Pbont 3-4461 GhampionshipTournamentWon By Mrs. Gee and Mrs. Chamblin Mrs E B Gee and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin captured first place in the Country Club Championship Bridge Tournament which was concluded last night. They were recipients of the trav- - ellng trophy which was won last vearby Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. b W McCutchen. The winners, who had 145 points, also were awarded a silver trophy. In second place were Bernard Gooch and Frank Nelson with M2M, points. Harry W. Haines and J. E. Stevenson. Jr., took third position with 135% points. These two places were also awarded silver trophies. Mrs. B. f. Kirshner and Mrs. A. H McManus were fourth with 12914 points. Fifth place went to Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. H. C. Sims who had a total of 129.points in the two session tournament. Sixth place winners were Mrs. T. E. Black and Mrs. S. E. Tune with 128V5 points. A buffet supper preceded last night's game at which time Mrs. C. C. Councille, league director, was presented a carnation corsage from tournament members. All new members ol the Country Club are invited to Join the bridge league which meets every Tuesday night. Dell Baptist WMU Has Meeting In Cook Home Dell Baptist Women's Missionary TJOlon met Monday .night In the home of Mrs. Harry Cook. • Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary of tjje church was guest at the meeting flnd presented the program. Those taking part* were Mickey Hinch, Jeannette Donahue, Carolyn Hogan and Jeanette Holcomb. Twenty-five member* and one new member, Mri. Wilson Byers, were present at the meeting. Mrs Jesse Holcomb dismissed those present. A dessert plate was served by the Wonderful Team-Mates Father's Night Observed by Sudbury PTA Fathers Night was held last night when Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association met. ' Group singing under the direction of Walter Marble opened the meet- Ing. Mrs. Eddie Saliba served as pi-, anist. Mrs. Charles Frank Pitts gave the devotional with guest speaker being Judge Philip Deer. He spoke on, ."Is It Well With the Child in the Community?" A report from the service chairman was given by Mrs. F. L. Wick-., er and Mrs. Roy Kirksey gave the auditing committees report. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner Installed new officers for the coming year. It was announced that the school's summer round-up wolld be held at the Health Unit on Thursday, April 12. A life membership pin was presented to Miss Mary Hubler. Room count winners were Mrs. Tony Earner's room for the lower grades and Mrs. Harry Sansom's room for the upper grades. First grade mothers were hostesses for the social hour. 8362 10. JO B} 7 Sue Burnett A "must" In every summer blueprint — gay blouse and skirt pair that can interchange with similar wardrobe items so effectively. No. 8362 with PATT-O-RAMA included is in sizes 10, 12, 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 12, blouse, sleeveless, I 1 * yards of 35-inch; skirt, 3? 8 yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired., and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier N'ewi, 372 W. Quii:cy Street, Chicago 6. 111. Don't miss the spring & summer '56 issue of Basic FASHION, our pattern catalog that contains a variety of attractive, up to the minute styles for all size ranges. Send 25 cents now. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C. C. Smith. Club EiBht being entertained By Mrs. Loy Welch. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting With Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Chapter D PEG meeting at. home of Mrs. E. L. Hale for 1 p. m. luncheon with Mrs. Jack Hale as hostess. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Virginia Drew. Yarbro PTA meeting at 3 p. m. preceded by executive board meetr ing at 2:30. FRIDAY Chapter N PEO meeting at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. W. Adams. THURSDAY Burdette PTA meeting at 2:30 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2. Thursday Canasta Club meeting at home of Mrs. William F. Joy-, 111 E. Moultrie. Lottie Moon YWA meeting at home of Marcella Ray, 7 p. m. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Kecfe. Thursday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. P. E. Scott. D-Bly Bridge Club being entertained at Razorback by Mrs. John Stevens, Jr. Chlllion Club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Ellns. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Ruth Tanner. Midweek Club meet with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Edgar Borum. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Altrusa Club meeting. Club 28 meeting at Legion Hut, 8 p. m. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cladwell, Mr. and Mrs. J E. Stevenson, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. James Terry. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. Melvin Halseli, 1204 West Walnut, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Woman's Club having 1 p. m. covered-dish luncheon. Friday Contract Club will meet with Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs S E. Tune. Vendredi Club meet with Mrs.' Robert Huff. I Christian Adventurers and Glean- [ ers Sunday School Classes of First j Christian Church having potlucKj supper at church. C:30 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Variety Club meeting at Hotel! Ncble. 9 p. m Hosts are Mr. nnd; Mrs. Berr..ird Jaggers and Mr. and Mrs. John DeMand. Bits of News / ei-tonal ! i &t 5 Miss Vivian Dodson Engagement Of Miss Dodson Is Announced Announced today is me engagement or Miss Vivian Dodson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dodson of Armorel, to Kenneth Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. U Mitchell of Promised Land. Miss Dodson Is a graduate ol Armorel High School where she was an outstanding athlete. Mr. Mitchell is also a graduate of Armorel High School. A June wedding is planned by the couple. At the Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Dismissed: Don Hill, city Elmer Henson, city Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: James Patterson, steele Lbnnie Jarrard, city Steven Johns, Jr., city Charles Armstrong, Dell Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, city Mattie Fields, city Mary Blackburn, city Joe Anderson, Albert, Kans. Mrs. Walter Card and MM. Rlley Jones are In Memphis today to at- tent the presentation of "Teahouse of the August Moon." Mrs. Jack Owen Is. ill at her home on East Main Street. Rhonda Ollison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ollison, U confined to her hometwith mumps. Mrs. Joe Greeson and children ot Paducah, Ky., were overnisht guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Booth. The Greeson's are former Blytheville residents. Mrs. Eula Burke of North Little Rock, who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. Carl Marshall and family, has reopened Minnie Brown's Beauty Shop at 917 Adams and will make Biytheville her future home. Dr. Orlle Parker will return today from Little Rock where he has been attending the state Dental Association meeting. Clarence Wayne Cummings, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cummings, is a patient In Chickasawba Hospital with pneumonia. Condition of Ed Moore, son of Mr .and Mrs. Reece Moore, who underwent surgery yesterday at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis, is reported to be satisfactory. He is in Room 314. Citizenship Girls Guest At DAR Meet Misses Carmelite Hinch of Dell and Joyce Arensmcier of Blytheville were guests yesterday as good citizenship girls when Charlevolx Chapter, Daughters of American Revolution met at Hotel Noble. The hostesses, Mrs. C. O. Smith, Mrs. George Pollock and Mrs. James Hill, Jr., used arrangements of tulips on the luncheon tables. Mrs. W. Marion Williams, regent, presided at the monthly meeting with Mrs. O. O. Hardaway leading the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Mrs. C. L. Moore was program chairman and introduced the two guests for the day. Miss Hinch spoke on "What School Does to Promote Good Citizenship," and Miss Arensmeler read Kipling's poem. "If." To conclude the program Mrs. E. B. Woodson gave a talk on National Defense. Miss Terrell Honored by High School PTA Miss Effie Lee Terrell received a life membership pin yesterday at the meeting of Blytheville High School Parent-Teacher Association. The devotional from the first chapter of Ruth on "Home Life," was presented by Miss Gail O'Rear. Mrs. Leonard Johnson was in charge of installation of new officers. Room, count winners was the senior class. The senior mothers were honored with a tea following the meeting with Mrs. I. R. Coleman in charge of arrangements. EARLY HIGHWAY PLAN, First comprehensive plan for a national system of highways and canals was put forward as early as 1808 by Albert Gallatin, secretary of the treasury, with Thomas Jefferson collaborating. INCO Wives Club ' Conducts Business Meeting Non-Commissioned Officers Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force Base held a business meeting .Monday night at the base theater, In the business session reports by committee chairmen were given and a special amendment was added to the club's constitution concerning the re-election of officers when a vacancy occurs before the full term has been served. A report on the special council meeting was given by Mrs. Richard Berrisford and Mrs. Oliver Kempton was appointed vice president by the club. Two other members appointed to fill vacancies were Mrs. Phillip Gooch, entertainment committee chairman and Mrs. Thomas Randall, program chairman. Mrs, Robert Farland was winner [ of the pig prize. I ' It was decided that from May until September the club would meet at 8 p.m. instead of 7 p.m. The refreshment committee for next month was appointed. That committee will be Mrs. Guy Gregory, Mrs. Gooch and Mrs. Robert Hanna. In the social hour refreshments of iced drinks and cake were served to the 25 members present. Trinity Circles Meet; BWC Circles Have Royal Service Circles of Trinity Baptist Church met this week In members homes with the Business Women's Circles meeting at the church for a Royal Service program. Circle One met at the home ot Mrs. W. D. Crocker with seven members present. Mrs. Drew Hughes gave the opening prayer with Mrs. L. G. ken- wright conducting the business session. Mrs. Crocxer taugnt the mission study. Mrs. John Dyson was hostess to seven members of Circle Two. The business session was in charge of Mrs; J. C. Speck with Mr«. R. L. Adklsson giving the opening prayer and Mrs. Dyson the devotional. Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. John Buchanan with six mem- bers in attendance. Mrs. M. D. Kenwright led opening prayer and Mrs. Henry Berry gave the devotional. Mrs. A. L Richardson presided over the business session. Six members and one visitor, Mrs Stanley Harris, of Circle Pour me at the home of Mrs. Herman Adalr Mrs. Henry McCain conductec the business session following op- entnu prayer by Mrs. H. H. Burnett Mrs. Alvis Harris taught the mission study. Rose Marlowe Circle wa« in charge of the BWC Royal Service program with Mri. Rlley Pike, Mrs L. D. Marr. Mri. Gaylord Lewis, Mrs. J. D. Eatmon and Mrs. Earshel Ernest taking parts. Mrs. Jack Cnristy gave the devotional and Mrs. Bill Cook the closing prayer. Tuesday Card Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Tuesday Card Clubs conducetd games yesterday, Mrs. Riley Jones entertained Tuesday Bridge Club members and guests at her home. The guest list Included Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila, Mrs. R. H. Klrby, Mrs. H. C. Sims, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. Chester CaldWell, Mrs. G. S. Atkinson, IW-rs. D. N. Clark, Mrs. John Lenti and Mrs. Robert Killian all of Blytheville. The luncheon was served from a table centered with a bouquet of mixed spring blossoms. Mrs. Sims and Mrs. McKinnon won high scores for the guests with Mrs. Max Reid and Mrs. Charles Crigger winning club high scores. Bridge was awarded Mrs. Kirby. CIS Bridge Club members and one guest, Mrs. Bailey Tarpley, played at the home of Mrs. Elwood Deen. The hostess servea a dessert course and decorated her home with spring flowers. Bridge winners were Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., high, Mrs. W. W. Workman, second high and Mrs. Utho Barnes, bridgo. Tuesday Canasta Club celebrated its anniversary with a luncheon at Mrs. Humphrey's party room yesterday. Following the meal canasta was played with Mrs. E. R. Jackson winning high, Mrs. Roy Head, second and Mrs. O. O. Elkins, low. Tri-Town Club played at the home of Mrs. Garrard Caudill in Manila. Playing with the club were Mrs. Robert Pierce and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Leachville and Mrs. Jack Webb of Blytheville. The hostess used a lavendar color scheme in her floral decorations and served a dessert course. Mrs. Russell H. Farr and Mrs. population of the United States is concentrated within the city limits of New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Detroit. Jo Wolf Experienced Hair Stylist trained by Fields of Dallas and formerly with LaBerne's of Little Rock IS NOW ASSOCIATED with 5TIRES BEAUTY SALON 309 No. 5(h St. Call 3-3356 — Ask for 'Jo" Disease Hierarchy TAMPA, Fla. (fl — Hillsborough County school officials have ruled a teacher gets "line of duty" sick pay If she catches measles or dip- theria but not if she comes down with mumps, chicken pox or whooping cough. "Line of duty" illness entitles a teacher to 10 days' sick leave with pay. On other illnesses she has six. Sleeping Bear dune, between Lake Michigan and Glen Lake, Leelanan county, Michigan, is the largest shifting sand dune in the world. AZALEA QUEEN - Pretty Alma Eleanor Eastland, daughter of Mississippi's Sen. John O. Eastland (D), has been named Queen. She'll reign over Azalea Week Festivities at Norfolk, Va., April 9-15. On South Highway 61 GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30—Show Starts at Dusk Admission 50c—Children Under 12 Free with Parents ae emnae That you have 3 More Days to enter Lee Bearden's CHILDREN'S PORTRAIT CONTEST $00 ' NPRIZES 256 Contest Ends Saturday, April 14 It Costs You Absolutely Nothing to Enter Lee Bearden Photography CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-8666 419 W. Main LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature SHIRLEY BOOTH ROBERT RYAN ' « HAL WALLIS PHOOUCIIOH f 'ABOFT MRS. LESLIE. , MARJIE MILLAR • ALEX NICOL • Di.«t«d b, DAN.EU MANN l'y by KETTI "INGS »nd HAL KAMTER • **» .- *»* * ««»ML»"r • *«"« —AND— Gernard Philipe and Valorie Hobson NOW HE'LL REACH 50—Harvey Leewright, 71, loves children —and teaching. That's why he's so happy at being re-elected teacher - principal of Houston elementary school in Sulphur Springs, Tex., for the 1956-57 term. Now he'll be able to achieve his dream, teaching for 50 years. Leewright, who starts his golden anniversary as a teacher next year, believes in today's children. He says he's never had a "bad hoy or girl in my school." He'i shown with two of his students, Wilma Roberts ."nd John Buchanan. Pierce were high score winners. Mrs. Harry Bogan was hostess to Octave Club members and two guests, Miss Jesse Srite and Mrs. Merle Lalone, last night. A profusion of spring flowers were used in ente r la ining rooms of the Bogan home. Mrs. William Bear, Mrs. Garth Castilio and Mrs. H. C. BlanKen- ship were game winners. A dessert course preceded the games. All members were present when Contract Club played at the home of Mrs. Charles Moore. .Mrs. Richard Rose and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., were game winners. Mrs. Moore centered individual tables with lilacs and served a dessert course. Headache Persists ANADARKO, Okla. (.'PI — Roy Wilkins figures the person who mistook the Wilkins car for his should have a king-sized headache. When ne returned to his automobile from a shopping trip Wilkins found a small package of meat and a bottle of 200 aspirins. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35« At All Times WED. & THURS. Head Courier News Classified Ads. I Plus Selected Shorts 11 LOVER BOY ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY and FRIDAY CARTOON and COMEDY Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY TONY- MARTIN Blast! 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