The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 27, 1955
Page 2
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PA01 TVfO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2T, 1958 - Society News .•A Awn Mollnrv Snnipr.V tfrlitor * Mis» Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Caruthersnlle Miss Pate Engaged CARUTHERSVILLE -.The engagement of Miss Marilyn Pnte of St. Louis to Joseph Hazel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, Hazel of Caruthersville, is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Pate of St. Louis. Miss Pate is a senior at the University of Missouri at Columbia and is majoring in elementary education where she serves as secretary of her sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta. Mr. Hazel will receive his degree from the University of Missouri in February His fraternity is Kappa Alpha and he is majoring in geology to the College of Arts and Science. A summer wedding is planned. Primary Department Has Party Members of Primary Department ^ -L . Number Pour of First Baptist Church were emer'.ained wiih a Mr. and Mrs. Burks Barker had ; Christmas dinner parly al the home as their holiday guests Mrs. Annie | of M rs. Herbert Graham Friday Lee Tyler and daughter Sarah of i evemus;. San Bernardino. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs Graham, Mrs. Josephine Mrs. .Gordon Meyers and daughter I j;^ j, Ijss Beatrice Hargett ami and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Moss of| Mrs Nonna prazier were in charge Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Archie i O f ( j le Dinner. Downs and son John. Mr. and Mrs. Distributinn of u,iil'?, u'tm-h mem- . The bride-elect is spending a few ' days here in her fiance's home. Mr. Hazel will accompany her to St. Louis to spend New Years in the , Pate home. j Mrs. Hazel and Mrs. Vera Me- ] Arthur will give a tea in the Hazel i home Wednesday afternoon. At tlye Hospitals Blythevllte Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. J. D. Brents, city R. P. McCaflin, city Chickasnwba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Grace Worthy, city Mrs. Lucius Brandon, city Mrs. Arthur Wallace, city Mrs. Marcus Davidson, Manila Mrs. S. D. Bray and baby, cits- Mrs. W. L. Baughman, city George Long, city Mrs. Roscoe Crafton. Jr., city Mrs. Bill Harding, city Mrs. L. G. Pruitt and baby, city Jim Binkley, city Mrs. Betty Cunningham, city Charles Bilbrey, city Mrs. Rado Ing. city Allen Eaves, city Garland Ishmael. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ishmael, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McCall, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Muddox and children and Mrs. Stella Smith all of Jonesboro. along with Mrs. John Lane and children of Blythe- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis and children of Hattieshurg, Miss., arrived yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. William Wyatt. Mr. Wyatt and children. bers exchaneed. «'as in rharge ot Mrs. Chris TompKins. Mrs- Jesse Seeman and Mrs. Vernon Bo.vd Mrs. Jake Huffman, superintendent of the department-, was presented a special gift by the group. Dunns the social hour, Mrs. E. ri. Brown told the Christmas story, "The Little Prince." Wonderful For Dates 8337 9-1 i By Sue Burnett The popular high-waisted frock that is so pretty for date wear. Have a Mandarin neckline, or a collar. Cuffs are provided, too. Pattern No. 8337 Is in 8, 11, 12, 13, H, 16. 18. Size 11, short sleeve, 5V» yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your- name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllle Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago fl. 111. Send 25 cents now for your copy of the ne* Pall * Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. ma Nolen and Miss Elise Moore. , Mr and Mrs. John O. Weathers Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown leftj,^ cn i lt jren Jimmy and Jeannie yesterday to return to their home of Montgomery, Ala'., were holiday in San Jose, Calif., after visiting I - f hp ' na rcnis Mr and iriends here and her father, Tom; '• - - Boswell, in Piggott and his mother, Mrs. J. P. Brown, in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rehbock of quests Mrs. J. Raymond Smith. A 3c J. D. Daniels has returned to Topeka. Kans., after spending the holidays here with his parents, San Francisco, Calif., are visiting i Mr and Mrs Leonara - Daniels. relatives here. and Mrs. Edward Bratton Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Gibbs 0 , p avet , te ville announce the birth and daughter C. P. of Jonesboro o[ a d ' augh ter their first child, this spent the holiday weekeno here moming at a hospital there. The with his mother, Mrs. Preston, baby has been named Laura Eliz- Franks, and Mr. Franks. j abctn j, Irs Bratton is the former Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Alexander p Miss Alfreda Stovall, daughter of re visiting relatives in Memphis j Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stovall of Num- Mr. and Mrs, Walter Swink spent j ber Nine. Mr. Bratton is a student Christmas in Memphis with their! at the University where he is work- daughter, Mrs. L. C. Brantley. and ing on his master's degree and is Mr. Brantley. They were joined j teachins freshman English, there by their children. Mr. and < Mrs. Stovall will leave tomorrow SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER Mrs Richard Swink, and son Richard of Plantersville. Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swink and children of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Ada Brown returned to her home in Searcy yesterday after a week's visit here with her son, E. H. Brown. Mrs. Brown and daughter Roberta. Mrs. Ethel Sneed and daughter of Memphis spent the holiday weekend here with her sisters, Mrs. Jnfce Huffman and Miss Lunn Wilheim. Ensign Alan Berry arrived last night from Beeville, Tex., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons spent the weekend in Slkeston visiting relatives. Seaman and Mrs. John Allen Kromas and children Allen and Carla left this morning for their home in San Diego, Calif., after having spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Henson. They were accompanied home by her sister, Miss Rebecca Henson. Mr. and Mrs. Henson also had as holiday guests another daughter. Mrs. Howard Huggins, Airman Huggins and daughter Patricia Lynn of Warner Robbins. Oa. Lt. and Mrs, Pat Burks and daughter Rhonda Lynn of Albuquerque, N. M,, spent the past week here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks and Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton. Mrs. Eaton and her sister. Mrs. ErhV Ledbetter. had as holiday guests their sisters, Mrs. Arthur Warren, tind Lt. Warren of Wichita, Kans.. and Mrs. W. H. Moore, find Mr. Moore of East St. Louis, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mnrr have moved into their new home in Country Club Drive. Mrs. Piuil Palmer and daughter Janie of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Earsley Alford and daughter Paula of Roswell, N. M., were hoi- NE ^ BRITAIN Conn oTV-Three iday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce ; pBlro \ men had to rip the roof oft Moore. • ' I a doghouse to arre.«t Henry Masel- Mr. nnd Mrs. Moore also have| bns 38 OI1 a blTElch of the pence as their guest., their son, Boyce | h enterprf bv hls wife _ Masel- Moore, of Palm Bench Fla Boyce :_ tas W(XS Wdi ln the ho , Isc . is a member of the Apollo Boys i Choir. . . _.. Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Forte of | Clarkesville, Tenn.. and Mr. and Mrs. .John Mahan of Princeton, Ky., were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahan and family. I Mr, and Mrs. Bill Morgan of Memphis spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dolen.and son of Cairo, 111., were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman find family. Misses Carrie and Flora Cooke j of Memphis spent today here as psts of thi-ir cousins, Mvs. Em- for Fayettevillc where ..she will spend several weeks with her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Smith and family of Osceola -were guests Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Banister. Mrs. P. D. Foster leit by plane Sunday to return to Washington. D. C., where she is attending receptionists school. She spent the holidays here with her family. Lt. and Mrs. E. B. Gee have returned to their home in Belleville, 111., after spending the holidays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan . Mrs. Ben Vinyard of Cape Girardeau returned home today after visit in the Gee home ami Mr. and Mrs. Gee have as guest for two weeks Mrs. Gees aunt, Mrs. John Knowlton, of Helena. 2'U. George Underbill ol Barnbridge, Ga., is the houseguest of Miss Jo Alice McGuire and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuire. Mrs. Jock Goldsmith and Mrs Tommy Carter of Memphis spent Sunday and Monday here visiting Mrs. Welch Foster. Mrs. Foster also had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bartholomew of Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb announce the birth of a daughter. Mary Grace. Dec. 6. Dr. tind Mrs. Webb fllso have a son. Jack, Jr. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Holiday party at, Country Club. 8 p.m. In the Doghouse For nchet, pain*, v*U, brvlftcfl, bnrnt, «<>lrfi, hmdachni, bltci and •tlnta, try Sob'* Gypsy Rub Liniment AvfcHabta at y«r fav*rll« 4rag counter «. O. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission I5c & 35c At All Times TUKS., WKD. & THURS. Double Feature JANE CHARLTON WYMAN-HESTONi, LUCY GALLANT -ClAIRE THEIMA TREVOR -RITTER — AND — "TOf FrGHT FILM!" 1 KIRK DOUGLAS ' in Ring I.ardntt's ELEGANT GOWN'S — Short and elegant evening gowns in lace and linen are shown for the resort season in the collection of de.'iener Larry Aldrich. Imported Lace (left) is used for charming dress that has candybox pink satin sash float- ing streamers to the hemline. Pale yellow re- embroidered linen (right) has inserts of white linen lace. Scalloped bateau neckline dips low at back to meet ribbon bow. No Wonder Mothers love THIS RELIEF FOR SUFFERING OF COLDS Does More Than Work on Chest' Nothing works like Vicks VapoRub-the proved medication that acts tico leans at once. When you rub it on. Vapo- Rub quickly relieves muscular soreness. At the some time, medicated vapors bring relief with every breath. Soothing medication tray- els deep into your child'?, nose, throat and large bronchial tubes. Congestion starts breaking up. Coughing eases. Warming relief comes, lasu for hours. So when colds strike, depend on- VAPO Sat fS Relief...BrvathiiinR<lli*f CORDUROY FOR EMMSOS — Opulence in For an evening ensemble. Anne Klein of Junior Sophisticates uses, tobacco corduroy for a slim it with a white satin coat lined corduroy is offered in these two designs for holiday wear Wide-wale corduroy is used for tunic sheath, then tops and skirt of black theaier suit .left) beautifully in the corduroy of tne dress, collared in white beaver. This is by Dan Millstein. Amateur Haircut AI,SO CARTOON ! her to a bed with stockings and : adhesive tape. He offered no explanation for his action. COLUMBIA. S. C. '& — Charles N Jeter was fined $50.50 for cut-! thiR olf ms ivilfs hair alter tyms j : ^ Courier Mews Classified Ads Helena Rubinstein's 2 Estrogenic Hormone Offers for younger looking skin LIMITED TIME ONLY Helena Rubinstein's Esiroj-rnic Hormone Cream can help your complexion look years younger—by helping ihe umlerskin to bobl precious moisture, filling out ibc surface and smoothing wrinkles! 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