The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 18, 1956
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1956 - Society News - . A» H MolUrv ftnriAtv EHiifir * » " ( Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Jimmy Booker, Miss Sample Exchange Vows In a ceremony solemnized Saturday In Hemando, Miss., Miss Leoma Sample, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G .Sample, became the bride of Jimmy Ray Booker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Booker, Ell of Blytheyllle. The bride wore for her marriage a shell pink frock complemented by a heavenly blue duster and white accessories. Miss Margaret Bunn of Phoenix, Ariz., cousin of the bride, and only feminine attendant, wore a pale blue dress with pink duster and black patent accessories. Mrs. Booker is a graduate of Blytheville High School where she was a member of the a capella choir. Future Teachers of America and Masque and Gave! Club. Until her marriage she was employed as secretary to W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of Blyiheville Schools. Mr. Booker is also a graduate of Blytheville High School where he was a member of the band, Future Farmers of America and Camera Club. Upon his graduation he entered the Army and underwent basic training "at Fort Sill at Lawton, Okla.. where the couple will make their home. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Sample entertained with a reception at their home for the newlyweds and their families. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson of Chicago, aunt and uncle of trie bride. Mrs. Lynch Elected Chairman Of Bridge League Mrs. B. A. Lynch was elected chairman of Blytheville Country Club Bridge League last night when the league held its annual election of officers. Serving with her for the coming year will be Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, co-chairman; Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., secretary, and Louis Lynch, treasurer. Last night also marked the .end of the eight-week series with Mrs. W. D. Chamblln taking first place with a percentage of 59.89. Mrs. P. E. Black was second witi 6B.81 percent and Harry W. Haines took third position with 68.87 percent. Fourth place went to Mrs. C. O. Councille who had a percentage of 58.53 and Mrs. E. B. Dec was llfth with 58.33 percent. A six-table Howell movement was played by the league with Mrs. 8. E. Tune and Mrs. C. W. Affllck Winning first place with 50'/ 2 points. Mrs. Councille and Mrs. Gee were second with 54.6 points and Prank Nelson and Bernard Gooch were third with 53.3 points. With 51& points Mrs. Jim Cooper and Mr. Lynch were fourth. Red Light tar Action LEXINGTON, Ky. (/P)—The traf- Jic light was green but a woman stopped at the intersection anyway, blocking a long line of impatient motorists. When the light changed the woman made a right turn. A pedestrian came up with the apparent reason- A sign at the intersection instructed: "Stop. Turn right on red.' Not a word about doing anything on green. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times The Roxy Theatre is now equipped with Giant Wide Screen and Cinemascope! WED. & THURS. Double Feature I •! ft ><r Jail Bait Cartoon "Father's Dav Off" CINEMASCOPE PICTURES COMING TO ROXY: "It's Always Fair Weather" "Long Gray Line" "Violent Men" "I For th« Show" BRIDE — In a ceremony solemnized Saturday in Hernando, Miss., Miss Leoma Samp*le, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sample, became the bride of Jimmy Ray Booker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Booker, all of Blytheville. Tuesday Card Clubs Conduct Games Tuesday card clubs conducted games yesterday. CIB Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., with Mrs. Bill. Rader, Mrs. Todd Harrison and Mrs. Blan Heath as guests. Mrs. Heath won high, Mrs. Joe McHaney, second high, and Mrs. Heath, bridge. The hostess served a dessert course and used violets and narcissi for floral decorations. Mrs. James Ross of Memphis, Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mrs. Rouse Harp of Florida, Mrs. Richard Moore, Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. Bob Warren were guests when Mrs. James C. Guard entertained Trl-Town Club with a dessert- bridge at her home. Mrs. Gene Teaford and Mrs. Fred Kelly won high scores in the club with Mrs. Harp winning guest high. Small bouquets of pansies were used on Individual tables with tulips and dogwood blossoms decorating entertaining rooms of the home. Tuesday Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. Max Reid. Playing with the club were Mrs. Chester Caldwcll and Mrs. Gean Atkinson, High scores went to Mrs. Reid and Mrs. Caldwell at the dessert- bridge, Mrs. O. 0. Elktns was hostess to Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Conduct Business Meetings Business meetings were conducted last night when two chapters of Beta Sigma Phi met. Alpha Alpha Chapter met at the home of Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., with Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr., as co-hostess. Mrs. Dan McCaskill presided over the meeting at which time highlights of the state convention to be held here this weekend were discussed and plans were made for a social to be held in May. Alpha Delta Chapter met at Hotel Noble with Mrs. David Miles and Mrs. Foy Etchieson as hostesses. This chapter also made plans for the Stiver Anniversary Convention and a Mother's Day banquet to be held by the chapter. At both meetings plans for the Ritual of Jewels ami installation ceremonies to be hold at the Hotel on May 1 were discussed. Tuesday Canasta' Club. Winning; the games were Mrs, Paul Byrum, Mrs, Eddie Burks and Mrs. E. R. Jackson. A salad course WHS served by the hostess who used spring flowers to decorate her home. Mrs. Bob Rushing of Faycttevllle was a guest when Contract Club members met ill the home of Mrs, Charles E. Moseley, Jr. Bridge winners were Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., and Mrs. C. E. Crigger, HI. Arrangements of Iris and sntrea decorated entertaining rooms of the home for the dessert-bridge. Bits of News fy /• erAonaf Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Mrs. Pat Patterson, Mrs. Weldon. McCann, Mrs. TaH Metzger and Mrs. R, L. Adkisson ol the Armorel Home Demonstration Club were in Memphis yesterday to attend the Home Show. Mrs. Smith,Brackin and Mr. a«id Mrs. Lonnie Moore spent the weekend in Cairo, 111., as guests of Mrs. Brackin's father, C. G. Crider, and Mr. and Mrs. John White and family. The Rev. Bernard Brackin, who has been serving in California, I; now in revival in Rio Hondo, Tex. Misses Ann Seay, Mary Alice McWaters and Doris Bean, all students at O!e Miss, wil! spend the weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., and Mrs. Fred Bean. Mrs. T. I. Seay and Mrs. Marcuj Gaines spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. C. L. Bell has returned from a week's visit in Dallas, Tex., with her son, Raymond Bell, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Trantham of Flint, Mich., are visiting her moih- er, Mrs. Ealie Cunningham, and other relatives and friends here. N. J. Humphrey is a patient in Kennedy General Hospital In Memphis. He. is in Room 2-B. Mrs. Jeff Brannum, Sr., of Hornersville is spending several days here visiting her son, T. C. Brannum, Mrs. Brannum and son Tommy. > Mrs. Bob Rushing and daughter Sharon Jan will return to their home in Faeytteville Saturday after a two-week visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hill. Mrs. James Ross and sons of Memphis are guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard, Also visiting in the Guard home is her sister, Mrs. Earl Brannon of Harrisburg. Charlie Guard and grandson Harold Smith of Equality, 111., \yere guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. Guard. Mrs. Phillips Honored by Gosnell WMU Mrs. Thelma Phillips was honored win a layette shower last night at the conclusion of the business meeting held by. Gosnell Women's Missionary Union at the ckurch. Fifteen members were present for the shower and business session which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Frances McMurray. Mrs. Huey Hudgings led repeating of the watchword and Mrs. Beulah Moody gave the devotional. Special prayers for the ill in the community wer,c led by Mrs. Wilma Williams, Mrs. L. 'T. Karnes and Mrs. C. A. Moody. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Marie Moody. Mrs. Frankie Maxwell gave the closing RECEIVING Ll.VE — A formal tea at Hotel Noble yesterday afternoon complimented Mrs. Thomas R. Ford, wife of the commander of 461st Bomb Wing, Tactical of Blytheville Air Force Base. r Shown is the receiving line at the tea, They are (left to right) Mrs. Durwood K. Smith, Mrs. Robert Paulson and Mrs. Ford. The affair was given by the Officers Wives Club of the base. (Photo by Culllson) Formal Tea at Hotel Noble Compliments Mrs. Thomas Ford Officers Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force Base entertained with a formal tea at Hotel Noble yesterday afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Thomas R. Ford, wife of the commander of 461st Bomb Wing, of Blytheville Air Force Base and who has just arrived here from Hill Field in Utah. In the receiving line with Mrs. Ford were Mrs. Durwood K. Smith, newly elected president of the club and Mrs. Robert Paulson, who has acted as honorary president of the club until Mrs. Ford's arrival. Mrs. Ford greeted guests wearing a silk printed suit to which she pinned a gift corsage of orchids. Mrs. Smith wore a black and white ensemble and Mrs. Paulson wore a fldral printed tea gown complemented by a black picture hat. These tu r o ladies wore corsages of pink camellias. Guests who called during the afternoon were wives of officers of the base and wove! of the members of the Base Community Committee. Tea and party foods were SMV- cd from a table centered with an arrangement of spring flowers flanked by white tapers in silver branched candelabra. Mrs. Albert Byrne, Mrs. Louis Philipp. Mrs. William Frank and Mrs. George Dash presided at the table. prayer. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. C. A. Moody and Mrs. Jack Moody. Traffic Hazard WALHALLA. S. C. UV-The monument to Confederate Gen. John Anders Wagener, founder of this community, has become a victim of the motor age. The monument stood at a main intersection for 53 years without once being hit by traffic. In 1S53, ho\«ver, authorities decided it was a traffic hazard and moved it to a new site. Then a speeding car hit the monument, breaking it into seven pieces. 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Plastic Garden Hose $2.98 Du Barry Royal Queen Bee All Purpose Face Cream $5&$8.50 SHAEFFER PENS Cartridge Filled Holds 10 times as much ink $2.95 Playtex Rubber Gloves $1.39 ODORONO STICK DEODORANT 69< Quick HOME PERMANENT $1.75 Limited Time Only Graduates — You'll Need "Thank You" NOTES 50< & 59* BRYLCREEM With Dispenser Pump 89* Kirby's - Main & 2nd-Main & Broadway Whitman's HARD CANDIES 39< box Hazel Bishop NEW LIPSTICK Leap Year Red $1.25 Johnson & Johnson FIRST AID CREAM For Cuts — Burns — Bites 98* Ter - Hughes HAIR BRUSHES For Men & Ladies $1.00 A.P.C. TABLETS 100 for 59* Helaine Seager PINK ICE Reg. 51.75 Drops of Gold Free! , 89* I'laytex Dryer BABY PANTS With Flushable Pads AH Sizes An Aid to Sleep SOMINEX $2.00 Sardi's Pink Rose and BODY LOTION 89* Kirby Drug Stores Phones 3-4476 and 2-2081 LUXORA NEWS! By MRS PAUL HAYES Miss Edith McDanie! and Calvin 1 Wilkins were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pate in Little Roek and Miss Emmalee Kennamer and Miss Gretchen Barnes in conway. They also visited Miss Eunice Shinn In Russellville. Mrs. Roy Owen. Jr., left by plane Saturday afternoon to visit her husband, who is stationed at Biloxi, Miss. Seaman 3/c Hazen Looney of Japan Is visiting his mother, Mrs, Frank Lowerins, and Mr. Lowerins. He has been stationed in Japan for tfiree years and will return there after his furlough. Miss Dixie Hazel Howard, student at University of Arkansas, spent a ten-day vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Howard. Deas Looney of Detroit. Mich., is visiting relatives and friends. Charles Stanford Howard was a weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver. Jr., and children. Sandy, Dusty and John were recent visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. a. C. Driver, Sr. Mrs. Julia Owen is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bog Waggaman, and Mr. Waggaman of Atlanta, Ga. Twenty-five members of the glee club attended the state vocal festival at Hot Springs. They were accompanied by their teacher, Mrs. Lem Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. Kizer. The Rev. James Riherd, Mrs. E. C. Skeen and Mrs. Walter Wood attended the County Baptist Associational meeting at Number Nine Friday. Mr. and Mrs Cleo Gullley and children were recent guests of his brother at Dexter, Mo. The seniors were honored with a dinner Friday night by members of the Baptist Church in recreation rooms of the church. Tables were decorated with red carnations, the class flower. Each girl also received a red carnation corsage. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Haley, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Gulley and the Rev. and Mrs. James Riherd. Luxora Parent-Teacher Association met last week in the school cafeteria with 53 members present. Mrs. Inez Permenter presided over the meeting. The glee club, under direction of SOAP SCULPTURE-Those sad eyes reveal that the dogi not really a soap sculpture. Th« poodle's just all soaped up at Jl gets a beauty treatment at • dog salon in London, England. Smock-clad Janice Anderson is applying the soap at ttif "beauty" shop where a dog can any kind of a beauty tre including a manicure. Mrs. Lem Stanford, presented SOY- eral selections. They were accompanied by Mrs. Tom Callis. A demonstration was given by Charles Chrisco and Joe Oakley on battery charging. The devotional and president's message were given by the Rev. Jimmy Yopp with Mrs. Harold Permenter giving the secretary's report. It was announced that the summer round-up for pre-school children will be held April 18. Mrj. Hemby, program o h a i.r m a n , showed a film on health. Mrs. William Johnson installed new officer! for the coming year. Mrs. Henry's fifth and sixth grades and Mr. Haddock's llth grade were room count winners. Third and fourth grade mothera were hostesses to the social hour. Mrs. Frank Lowerins entertained with a shower at her home for Mre. Frank Stultz, the former Nora Mat wilcqx. There were 23 guests present. Mrs. Miller was co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Herman George ol Warden were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Gallop. • J Cinemascope at Its Best Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. lor Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements • WED. • THURS. • FRI. Find Your Name in Our Ad and B« Our Guest to See "The Benny Goodman Story" The story of A FABULOUS GUY... A WONDERFUL GIRL and the EXCITINS MUSIC .they made together! >' GENE «MP» • LIONEL HtMPIOK • SEN POLLACK • TEDDT WILSM • [OWMI8 "III" JAMES • MARTHA TILTON • ZIMV EIMM A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipscomb Paramount News and "Wacky Bye Baby" Coming Soon to Ritz Theatre "CAROUSEL" With Gordon McRae and Shirley Jones in Cinemascope and Technicolor Coming May 6-7-8-9 Meet Me In Las Vegas" with Dan Dailey and Cyd Charisse In Cinemascope and Color

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