The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1956 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 18, 1956
Page 5
Start Free Trial

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1956 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE - Society News — B Ann IVhillnru Qnoiotv RHilnr * PllC Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Legionnaires, Auxiliary-Hear Judge Philip Deer Judge Philip Deer spoke on juvenile delinquency at a joint meeting of American Legion and Auxiliary last night. Preceding his talk Mrs. H. C. Blankenship gnye the president's message. Mrs. Roy Kirksey introduced Judge Deer. Following the address Auxiliary members announced that all Legion members wives are. invited to attend a potluck supper tonight at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hut. In a business session conducted by the Auxiliary a nominating committee composed of Mrs. Speck McGregor, Mrs. Paul Mahon and Mrs. Kirksey was appointed. Mrs. Velda Willlngham and Mrs. Thomas Randall were introduced as new members and Mrs. E. D. Nash as a visitor. The group also voted to sponsor a Cub Scout pack, for the remainder of the year and next year. Mrs. Charles Cronk and Mrs. Blnnkenship served refreshments in the social hour. Engagement Of Miss Cotton Is Announced Tlie engagement of Miss Frances Cotton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cotton of Yarbro. to Bud Homer, son of Mrs. Faye Horner of Blytheville, is today announced. Vows will be exchanged in May by the couple. Miss Cotton is a graduate of Gosnfll High School and Is now employed at First National Bunk. Mr. Horner attended Blytheville High School and is now nn employee of Blytheville Water Company. Cub Scout Pack Four Tours Air Force Base The eleven dens of Cub Scout Pact Four were lateen on a tour oi Blytheville Air Force Base yesterday afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m. Col. John Augustine o fthe 765th squadron took the boys and their Miss Frances Cotton leaders on Ii tour of one of the plums and Capt. Noble McSwnln spoke to them on the hlBhUghts oi a flight. I/Li. Corteon served us their escort. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Coming Events WKDNKSIIAY Joint meeting ol Men and Women of Presbyterian Church. Supper will be served at 6:30. Guest speaker will be Chaplnln Don Maxfleld. His topic will be "Planning Family Life Together." THURSDAY Lydia Sunday School class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. Z. E. Calvary, 619 West Main. 6:30 p.m. The monthly meeting will be a covered-dish dinner. Ladies Day at Country Club, 1 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Elsie Webster, 7 p. m. Duplicate ]3ridtu v League meeting- Mrs. James Tidwell entertaining D-Bly' Bridge Club at Razorback. Thursday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Schmuck. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. C. W. Afflick. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Newton Whitis. ChlUion Club meeting with Mrs. Felix Carney. Kibitzer Club muetiiiB with Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. Mld-Wcek Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Corps of Engineers Woman's Club meeting at Hotel Noble »t noon. Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mri. Dorothy Denton will be hostesses. Central PTA summer round-up at Health Unit, 12:30 p. m. Flat Lake Home Demonstration Club meeting at club house for potluck dinner, 11 a.m. FIUDAY Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meetnig in Fellowship Hall, 2:30 p.m. Hostessss will be Mrs. O. C. Qanske, Mrs. A. B. Huntley and Mrs. Odie Freeman. LaFinesse Club meeting with Mri. Marvin Nunn. Jr. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Chapter N PEO having 1 p jn. luncheon at home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell with Mrs. Biley B. Jone« co-hostess. PLA of Full Gospel Tabernacle meeting at Brackin Boarding House, 7 p.m., for pie supper. SATURDAY Cotillion Club having monthly dance in main dining room of Hotel Noble, i) p. m. This will be preceded by a business meeting in Room 110 at B p. m. Hosts for the dance will bo Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mr. and Mri. J. F. Montandon and Mr. and Mri. Bill Rader. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. NEW MEMBERS — The five new provisional members of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary are pictured at the coffee given in their honor yesterday morning at the home of Mrs. Jerry Cohen. They Blytheville Junior Auxiliary Announces New Members Blytheville's Junior Auxiliary has announced the names of five young matrons who have been invited to become provisional members. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Galloway They are Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, Mrs. A. B. Smith, Jr., Mrs. Richard N. Moore, Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr. .Mrs. James Lee Brooks explained the purposes and work of the Auxiliary over coffee yesterday morning at the home of Mrs. Jerry Cohen. They will be further honored Friday night with a dinner party , at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Geeslin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Black, has recently returned to Blytheville and with her husband and infant daughter, Kathleen, makes her home at 1508 Holly Street. Mrs. Geeslin first attended Randolph Macon College where she became a member of Chi Omega. She later attended Vanderbilt University and served as corresponding secretary of Chi Omega. Before her graduation from Vanderbilt she was initiated Into Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary fraternity. She was a faculty member in the Blytheville school system until her marriage. Mrs. Smith has become weU known to Blytheville residents through her operation of the Rockie Smith School of Dancing. Mrs. Smith, the former Lorena Johnson of Starkville, Miss., attended Mississippi State College, where she continued her studies of dancing, piano and violin. She is a member of the Chicago National Association of Dancing Masters and serves as its regional director. Upon moving to Blytheville in 1B48 she instituted her dancing school. She, A. B. and four-year old Lana reside at 131G HoUy Street. Mrs. Moore is a comparative newcomer to Blytheville, bavins moved here with her husband and nine- year old son, Richard Jr., in August, 1954. As Miss Betty Galloway, daugh- of Little Rock, she attended the University of Illinois where she was a member of Chi Omega. Upon her return .to Little Rock she joined the Debuntante Club of 1941. She is also a member, of the Junior League of Littie Rock, having served in several capacities with emphasis on the League's Speech School. The Moores reside at 1141 Holly Street. Mrs. Halsell is a native of- Blytheville, the daughter of Mr. anri Mrs. C. L. Nabers. She and her hus- I band 'have long been active in social are (left to right) Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr., Mrs. Richard N. Moore, Mrs. A. B. Smith, Jr., Mrs. T. E. Qeeslin and Mrs. Melvin Halsell. (Courier News I'hoto) and civic circles of this community Upon her graduation from Blytheville High School, she attended Arkansas State College at Jonesboro where she was a member ol A:O. Pi. The Halsells with Diane, 10. and Susan, 4, are members of First Baptist Church. Their home is at 1204 W. Walnut. Mrs. Sims and daughters Etnma- lyn and Corlea have recently returned from Frankfort, Germany where Dr. Sims served with the U.S. Army. Mrs. Sims .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben White, attended the University of Tennessee and then transferred to the University of Arkansas where she was initiated into Chi Omega. The family attends First Methodist Church and resides at 918 Ash Street. This group will cooperate on the Auxiliary's welfare and financial projects for six months before having the opportunity to become active members. Their 36 hours of provisional work will begin May 1. Rev. Sanford Speaks at Junior High PTA The Rev. Mitchell Sanford of Lake Street Methodist Church was guest speaker yesterday afternoon at Junior High School Parent- Teacher Association meeting. A musical program wns presented by Joe Smith, accordionist and vocalist. The two guests of the organization were introduced by Mrs. John Caudill. program chairman. Mrs. E. J. Cure presided over the meeting with Mrs. Glenn Ladd installing officers for the comins year. Room count prize went to Miss Brook's room. Seventh grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour and served refreshments from a table overlaid with a pale green cloth and centered With an arrangement of spring flowers. Calvary YWA Has Supper At Hodges Home Calvary Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary held a potluck supper at the home of Miss Shelva Hodges Monday night with 17 members and one new member, Pat Weaver, present. Entertainment for the sroup was furnished by Misses Dorothy Rice and Vcrna Fondrcn. Following a business session, Miss Hodges gave the closing prayer. THEATRE On W. Main SI. In Blytheville IEEE Phone 3-4621 Weekday Show Starts 7:00 p.m.—Sar. & Sun. 1 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday Double Feature wi JOLTING! SHOCK!KG! It SCREAMS about FACTS OF LIFE that have only been WHISPERED BEHIND CLOSED DOORS! BEFORE YOUR VERY EYES See woman after woman put their REPUTATIONS in this man's SINFUL HANDS! SO FRANK AND REVEALING 3V. ADULTS OHLY 'r NO ONI UNDO i« r«. Ad m ,,,,j Plus 2nd Hit KILLER BAIT PENNEYS ftl W A Y : S, ersaiy DOLLAR Blytheville Arkansas Open Saturday Till 9 P.M. » i PENNEY'S APRIL SPECIAL Fabrics From Largest, Best- Known Mills! SO-SQUARE PERCALE PRINTS AND SOLIDS PLISSE PRINTS GINGHAM CHECKS, CHAMBRAY STRIPES yards for O yards for s£ yards for SCORES OF SPARKLING DESIGNS AND COLORS! ALL REGULAR BOLTS ... ALL 35-36 INCHES WIDES^jjj A fobric buy you can't afford to pass up ... Penney's sensational special of wonderful summertime fabrics at near-to- nothing pricetl Value-loving Penney's scooped the market early in the season to make these outstanding savings possible! You'll love the crisp, fresh look of these prized Penney cottons that take constant wear, constant washings in their stride. Hurry . . . select yours today! 8 ^ Penncy's Whirl-wide Half-ilip« ^ Shadowproof Cotton j£ Surprise! 1'cnnoy's anniversary Rift to your budget! Smootli-fllllne four-gore half slips—sherbet coo], iind shadow-proof. LonK-Iastlnff HO square cotton swoops to a drift itt eyelet embroidery. And, It's san- forized! sizes small, medium, large BOYS POLO SHIRTS 2 FOR $ 1 Striped polo shirts for boys . • . ^v now anniversary priced! Fine combed cotton with crew neck, short sleeves, Famous full cat- lor-actlon Venney fit, Size 4 to 12 Boys Combed Cotton and Printed Rayon Shirts Penney Sport Shirt Bargain For Boys' Combed Cotton Cham- brays or Printed Rayon Slub Weave. Machine Washable. Long Wearing. $ 1 00 Size 2 to 18 Boys Double Knee Jeans 22 7 Mom. scoop 'cm up! Roys' electronically sealed double knee jeans at I'tnncy's lowfist pHce ever! Sanforized* Machine washable. Size 6 to 12 6 BIG DAYS! ANNUAL DOLLAR DAYS IN PROGRESS Hundreds of Pairs of Ladies, Mens and Childrens Shoes Reduced! SAVE! Many Spring Shoes Are Included! All Dollar Day Shoes In Special Groups! SAVE! <r«*f

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free