The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1956 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1956 - Society News - . A-_ Mollnrv Snrivtv Editor * Pht Mfa* MU1J« Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Thursday Card Clubs Conduct Games Thursday card clubs conducts games yesterday. D-Bly Bridge Club played at the RMorback with Mrs. John Stevens Jr., as hostess. Winners were Mrs. John Miles Miller, Jr., high, Mrs. E. W. Noland second high, and Mrs. James Tidwell, bridge. Mrs. f. B. Scott entertained Thursday Bridge Club at her home with a dessert-bridge. She Invited 86 guests Mrs. R. A Cary, Mrs. J. W. Rayder and Mrs. Russell Hays. Mrs. Fred Bean and Mrs. Qeorge Hamilton won high scores. LaNueve Club played at the home ot Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe with Mrs. B. P. Brogdon, Mrs. Jack Cuadra and Mrs. Ben Harpole as guests. Mrs. O'Keefe used tulips and narcissi for, decorations and served a dessert course. High scores in the games went to Mrs. Melvln Halsell and Mrs. Brogdon. Mri. W. B. Tanner was hostess to Thursday Club. The weekly luncheon was served from a table centered with pansles. Tulips were used about entertain- lAff rooms of the home. Mrs. Tanner and Mrs. Kirshner won the games. ChilHon Club met at the home of Mrs. O. .O. Ellcins, Sr. Mrs. Sally Freeman, Mrs. E. R. Jackson and Mrs. Felix Carney were winners. The hostess served a salad course. Mrs. Johnny White entertained Kibitzer Club at the Country Club. Tulips and other spring flowers decorated the clubrooms. Mrs. Charles Afflick and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., were winners. Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. John Lcnti were guests when Mrs. Aubrey Conway was hostess to Mid-Weelc Club. An arrangement of mixed spring flowers centered thejuncheon table. Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. Lenti won high scores. Mrs. William F. Joyner entertained the Thursday Canasta Club. Mrs. James Westbrook who is returning to' Memphis to make her future home, received a gift from the club. Mrs. Joyner and Mrs. Bill HofT, who were celebrating birthdays, also received gifts from the club. In the games of canasta prizes were awarded Mrs. Denny Byrum and Mrs. Marvin Hall. The hostess served cake and iced drinks. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of UDC Honors Members Elliott Fletcher Chapter, Unite Daughters of Confederacy, held luncheon yesterday In the part room of Mrs, N, J. Humphreys. The luncheon was in honor of th chapter's charier member. Mrs Henderson Hall, and its past statt president, Mrs. James B. Clark. The two ladies were presente gifts and corsages in red an white, the organization's colors. Tulips, iris and other sprini flowers formed the luncheon labl centerpiece. Following the luncheon the mem bers adjourned to the home of Mrs Gean Atkinson for the business and program sessions. For the program Mrs. Hall gavi a paper on Sidney Lanier and Mrs C. L. Moore, a talk on Confederate Decoration Day. Mrs. W, p. Cobb vocalist, sang "Into the Woods My Master Went.'" Mrs. E. H. Began, president opened the business session wit! the ritual. During this session Mrs M. Fitzsimmons was elected his torian to replace the late Mrs. J D. Barksdale. Lecil Wright laims Bride In Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Harlan D. Waddel of Chicago announce the marriage of their daughter, Evelyn Marie, to Cecil L. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of Blytheville. The wedding took place in the lome of Dr. Luther B. Hylton recently. The bride wore for her marriage a blue street length dress with matching accessories. Mrs. William Davis, sister of the groom, was the only attendant. The couple are now making their home in Chicago. Pretty Fitted Duplicates Tulips and lilacs centered the luncheon table yesterday when Thursday Contract Club played at the home of Mrs. Edgar Borum. Playing with the club were Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. Tune and Mrs. Carroll Blakemore won the bridge games. Dogwood HDClub Conducts Meeting Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday with ll members present at the clubhouse. Roll call was answered with "What I Have Redecorated." Mrs. C. S. Parker gave a demonstration on mittens for dusting furniture and a work apron for houseclean- Ing. The table, from which refreshments were served, was decorated with a floral arrangement of iris and snapdragons. Mrs. Upton Booker and Mrs. Clyde Webb were hostesses. Coming Events FRIDAY Friday Contract Club will meet with Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Friday Club meeting with S E. Tune. Vendredi Club meet with Robert Huff. Christian Adventurers and Gleaners Sunday School Classes of First Christian Church having potluck supper at church, 6:30 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Variety Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9 p. m. Hosts are Mr. am 8374 Mrs Mrs. By Sue Burnett Cool and comfortable for summer — pretty duplicate copies. No. 8273 with PATT-O-RAMA Included Is in sizes 11, 12. 13, 14, IS. | 18. Size 12. 4'i yards of 35-Inch. No. 8374 with PATT-O-RAMA Included is in sizes 3, 4. 5, 6. 7, 8 years. Siez 4, 2>i yards of 35-Inch Two patterns. For these patterns ,§end 35c for EACH. In COINS, your name, ad-1 dress, sizes desired, and the PAT-1 TERN NUMBER Io Sue Burnett. ! Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. I Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. > Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring & Summer '56 edition of our complete pattern magazine! Basic FASHION. It's filled with i Mrs. Bernard Jaggers and Mr. and I smart, easy to sew design, special Mrs. John DeMand. I features. Bits of News Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, Don Coleman and Davis Cobb of Blytheville and Mrs. T. L. Stanford oi Luxora left this morning for St. Louis to attend the Music Educatiors National Conference. Don and Davis are among five Arkansas singers selected to sing in the Golden Anniversary Chorus of this organization which will perform in concert Monday evening in Kiel Auditorium under the direction of Peter Wilhousely of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Marr left today /or Magazine. Art., where they were called due to the death of his sister, Lois Hopkins. They were accompanied by Murriel Lowe, Mrs. Agnes Van Cleve and Durward Marr, Mrs. J. W. McMillian of Memphis, who arrived Sunday for a vis- t with her sister, Mrs. Johnny Young, and family, Is now a pa. .lent in Chickasawba Hospital. Miss Perkins Engaged to Connie M. Hay Mr. and Mrs. Ray Perkins of Big Sandy, Tenn., announce the en gagement of their daughter, Nao mi, to Connie M. Hay, son of Mr and Mrs. D. S. Hay of Blytheville. The wedding will be solemnized June 30 at First Methodist Church In Big Sandy. The bride-elect was graduatec from Big Sandy High School anc will be graduated in June from Lambuth College, Jackson, where she is a member of the Tau Delta Sorority, Mr. Hay was graduated" from Blytheville High School and Mississippi State College, where he was a member of the football team. After graduation he coached high school athletics for four years. He is now Field Scout Executive in the West Tennessee Area Council of Boy Scouts of America. Mrs. William Norton and children Betty and Barbara of Cincinnati, O., arrived yesterday to be with her father, Ross Stevens, who a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and In- ant son Mac of Indlanola,. Miss., will arrive tomorrow for a visit With her mother, Mrs. Lucy McAdams, and family. Mrs. Carl Wallace spent Thurs- iay in West Memphis visiting her daughter, Mrs. Carlene Wilson, She went especially to attend the Phil A. Halle fashion show in which her daughter was a model. Jtfrs. Wallace was accompanied lome by her granddaughter, Myra 'nne Wilson, who will spend the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Crook of Dallas, Tex., announce the bJrth of son Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Crook ive two other children, Laura Beth and Tommy. Mr. Crook is son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. >ook of Burdette, Miss Linda Taylor left by plane rom Memphis this afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., where she will spend he weekend visiting friends. She 'as motored to Memphis by her nother, Mrs. Hnrman Taylor, and Irs. Vernon Thomasson. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty is in Dy- rsburg, Tenn., visiting her moth- Mrs. J, M. Gillespie, and her ister, Mrs. C. C. Lee. MJss Kay Crafton, daughter of .Ir. and Mrs. Bill Crafton of Jytheviile nnd student ut Missis- ippl Southern College, is spending he weeeknd in Atlanta, Ga. She r ent especially to attend the Old outh Ball at Georgia Tech as uest of Charles Curry. While there :ic will visit friends at Agnes Scott ollege. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush and son | lien left (his morning for several nys in west Tennessee. While one, they will visit their son and rother, Condon, a student nt Unl- crsity of Tennessee in Knoxville. Mr, and Mrs. 0. E. Knudsen lave bod as guests Mr. and Mrs. "ab Brokken of Harmony, Minn. They were enroute to Hot Springs nd Gmnhn, Nebr. Mrs, Aubrey Conwny left this fternoon for Osceoln where she 111 spend the weekend visiting Mrs. iodfrey White. Mrs. Wyott Speaks at Burdette PTA Mrs. "William Wyatt of Blytheville was guest speaker yesterday afternoon when' Burdette Parent- Teachers Association met. Mrs. Tom CalHs introduced Mrs. Wyatt. Topic of her talk was "The Mental Health of Our Children." Mrs. J. T. Weathers gave the devotional on "Is the Child Healthy and Safe?" Twenty-four members and one visitor, Mrs. Charlie Hicks, of Clarksdale, Miss., attended. In the business session, presided over by Mrs. Paul Long, plans were made for the summer round-up and it was voted to honor the senior mothers at the May meeting. Mrs. R. D. Nash was awarded the door prize with room count winners being Mrs. Epperson's second grade and the senior class. Hostesses for the day were Mrs. James Pcrmenter, Mrs. Clyde O'Nml, Mrs. J. T. Stalcup and Mrs. Clyde Lutes. Homemakers Entertained at Halsell Home Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church was entertained at the home of Mrs. Melvin Halsell last night with Mrs. Joe Freeman as co- hostess. Eleven members were present when Mrs. Freeman led the opening prayer. Mrs. W. F. Tegethoff presided over the meeting with Mrs. William Ellis giving the secretary's report. Following; reports by the group iejidors, Mrs. Jeff Hester, class teacher, gave the closing prayer. Courier Ne\vs Classified Ads. NCO Wives Club To Sponsor Bake Sale Non-Commissioned Officers Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force Base will hold a bake sale Tuesday, April 17, nt the base Snack Bar and Supply. The sale will begin at 8:30 a.m. Pick-up points for the cakes win be Mrs. Thomas Randall, 101 East Kentucky; Mrs. William Rodgers, 2313 Kenwood Drive, and Mrs. Rob- ei-t P'iii-land, 1612 Chickasawba. Jo Wolf Experienced Hair Stylist (mined by Fields of Dallas and formerly with LaBerne's of Little Rock IS NOW ASSOCIATED with STIRES BEAUTY SALON 309 No. 5th St. Call 3-3356 — Ask for "Jo" 1 More Day to enter Lee Bearden's CHILDREN'S PORTRAIT CONTEST $ 256 00 IN PRIZES Contest Ends Saturday, April M—5:00 p.m| It Costs You Absolutely Nothing to Enter Lee Bearden Photography CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-8666 419 W. Alain Dell PTA Has Final Session Of School Year' Dell Parent-Teacher Association held its final meeting of the yea; yesterday. The devotional was given by Er nest Perkins and the tenth grade students. New officers Installed were Mrs Glenn Cook, president; Mrs. C. A Smith, vice-president; Mrs. John Farley, Jr., secretary, and Mrs Marguerite ParUn, treasurer. A life membership was presented to Mrs. E. W. Noland. D. E. Blackmon, superintendent and newly elected vice-president 6i Arkansas Education Association, gave a report on the meeting o: the Governor's Advisory Council held in Osceola last Tuesday night, In other business, the home economics department was showered with gifts for the kitchen by members of the P. T. A. Room count winners were Mrs Cecil WMtten's sixth grade anc Mrs. J. E. Johnston's third grade. To conclude the meeting Mrs John Miles Miller, outgoing president, gave a farewell address anc Mrs. Glenn Cook, newly elected president, gave plans for the new year. Ninth grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour. Band Parents lub Meeting Is Canceled Band Parents Club, which was scheduled to meet Monday niffht, has been canceled. A joint April and May meeting will be held on May 30 at which ;ime an installation ceremony will held. Meeting place and time for this occasion will be announced alter. Sheryl Huff Celebrates Second Birthday Sheryl Huff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bo Huff, celebrated her second birthday yesterday when her mother entertained with a party. The six little friends present were served the traditional birthday cake and ice cream and were given favors of toy airplanes. Police Must Pay For Coffee GREENVItLE, N. C. W) — The cop on the beat must pay for his ;offee from now on — and his milk Police Chief S. G. Gibbs decreed his after a dairyman reported the rceloading cops had consumed some 60 quarts of his milk. The rops said they thought they drank with the dairyman's consent. Now, says Gibbs, not even a cup, f coffee from any shopkeeper without plunking down the cash. TOAST TO HAPPlNESS-Heno- Forster, 94. and his wife. Ella, 91, drink a loast to iheir 70th wedding anniversary Secret of their "long and wpnderful marriage," according to Mrs Forster, Js thai "we never went to sleep on a quarrel " They were mar- r;--l jn IP"*} in Chirnco 111. whore thev F till live. REACHES DEEPLY . . . It is truly said the devotion of a mother is our nearest approach to Heaven OQ Earth., Anna J_rvis subscribed to that belief when she founded Mother's Day years ago. We wear a red carnation or rose to honor our mothers who live.... a white one in memory of mothers who have gone, It is important, also, to perpetuate the memory of loved ones m some lasting form. Let us help you in your selection of a fitting memorial. We have a large variety of monuments to fit any need. JNQ.C.McHANEY&SONS "Your Monument Men" Open Sunday Afternoons So. Highway 61 Blytheville, Ark. 50 Ft. Plastic GARDEN HOSE $2.98 PLAYTEX Baby Pants—Rubber Gloves—Full Line Graduates! You will need "Thank You" Notes 50c & 59c PINK ICE Home Facial Creme $1.50 & $3 Exciting News.' Du Barry Royal Queen Bee Skin Cream $5-$8.50 Desert Flower SPECIAL Toilet Water and Hand Body Lotion Both $1.00 Odorono STICK DEODORANT It's Hew! 69c Bath Room SCALES From $6.95 KIRBY'S-Main&2nd-Main& Broadway Nestle's Bahv HAIR TREATMENT Shampoo Free $1.00 INFA-RUB For Pains of Rheumatism & Arthritis 98c Du Barry Hair Preparations Shampoo. Rinse, Tonic and Dressing $1.50 Garden and Lawns INSECTICIDES Full line of Black Leaf & others Roux Color SHAMPOO $1.00 Sportsman Dust Goggles $1.95 Don't Neglect Your Friends . . . Use HALLMARK Greeting Cards For All Occasions ROBIN HOOD HATS 69c Men — You Need Sortsman D-Bar Stick Deodorant $1.00 Kirby Drug Stores Phones 3-4476 and 2-2081 Nine Members, Visitor Present At Trinity YWA Nine members and on* visitor .were present last night when Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home ot MarcelJa Ray. Patsy Gentry gave the opening prayer and also conducted the business session. The program on "Jesus Was Saved" was in charge of Marcella Ray. Those assisting her were Carlene Tate, Sheryl Williams and Patsy Gentry. Geraldine Hinton gave the dismissal prayer. The YMCA was founded by a group of apprentices in a London drapery firm in 1844. Make a Date with the Newest COME IN AND ROCKET 'KOMD . Btactcf ( OR 'ROUND THE TOtVrA IF YOU LIK£l J SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times The Roxy Theatre is now equipped with Giant Wide Screen and Cinemascope! FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Seminole Uprising/ v TECHNICOLOR CCORCE I MONTGOMERY MM Mil —AND— ICE-'BARBARA RUSH ' -• ALAN !(!£) - * USMftyi MESWOUL PICfURt 'Perils of Wilderness" No. 2 Cartoon "Flying Turtle" SUNDAY & MONDAY \ OEAN JERRY 1 MARTIN-LEWIS. 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