The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 27, 1956
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PAO« TWO BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWf FRIDAY, APRIL 2T, 19M - Society News - HIM Millit Ann M»lk>ry, Society Editor * PhoB« 3-4411 Thursday Card Clubs Conduct Games Thursday card clubs conducted f»mes yesterday. Canasta Club met at the home of Mrs. Larry Hearn last night with Mrs. Budd Layton as guest. Mrs. Marvin Hall won high and Mrs. Bill Joyner low. The hostess served pie, coffee «nd iced drinks. D-Bly Bridge Club was enter tained at the Razorback by Mrs Charles Armstrong. Bridge winners were Mrs. John Miles Miller, Mrs. Byron Moore and Mrs. Bernard jaggers. Mrs. Charles Afflick entertained Kibitzer Club at her home ir, Steele. She invited as a guest Mrs, Charles Crigger, m. High scores went to Mrs. Alex Curtis and Mrs. Robert McHaney. Talisman roses and yellow tulips were used as floral decorations for the dessert-bridge. Mid-Week Club members and two guests, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. C. E. Crigger, Jr., playeii at the home of Mrs. Harry W. Haines. A two-course luncheon preceded the games. Pansies formed the table centerpiece. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. M. 0. Usrey were bridge winners. Mrs. Joseph Abbott, a new member of Emanon Club, entertained the club «t her home last night. Playing with members were Mrs. Charles Moseley, Mrs. Edward Redler and Mrs. William Jackson. Mrs. Moseley won high, Mrs. Redler, second, and Mrs. John Perkins and Miss Barbara Carter, bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Chillion Club was entertained by Mrs. L. O. Gill with Miss Rosa Schuneritsch and Miss Pattye June Davis as guests. Game winners were Mrs. Mary Hatfield, Mrs. O. 0. Blklns and Mrs. Felix Carney. Iced drinks and cookies were nerved. Mrs. Coleman Stevens was hostess to La Nueve Club at her home In Osceola. Guests were Mrs. Bill Joe Edrington and Mrs. Sam Hodges of Osceola and Mrs. Howell Brewer of Shreveport. La. The two Osceola women won the 1 game prizes. Mrs. Stevens used Iris, tulips, and spirea to decorate entertaining rooms of her home and served a dessert course. Thursday Contract Club met at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell for its weekly luncheon and afternoon of bridge games. Seated at the luncheon table with members were Mrs. Charles Clark and Mrs. Eddie Regenold. Pansies formed the centerpiece. Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mrs. Henry Humphreys were bridge winners. Mrs. J. E. Dicks wag hostess to Thursday Club. The two-course luncheon was aerved from her dining table which was centered with a bouquet of mixed spring flowers. High scores went to Mrs. Riley ' B. Jones, a guest, and Mrs. R. H. Kirby. Mrs. Pitts Entertains Esther Class Mrs, C. F. Pitts entertained members and their husbands or Esther Class of First Baptist Church with a hamburger supper on the patio of her home last night. Two , honorary members of the class, Mrs. F. E. Utley and Mrs Allen Rushing, were special guests William Edmondson gave the invocation. SO POTENT ^, 3J.ycii-old Ulini torr. Five times j" 'ww.-Jt. u potent »* otdi. | HjjjjCiT^ty ereiro. Onlj ? PRMONE SERUM L»ol F«el Youngerl We Away WMIn, Oow'i f«*< Am.,... ne.- HORMONEX BEAUTY SERUM a *o p^ieni. 7 drop) diilr »de» minUej i»<! oo»'l feti. When imomhed H ikin. luppliej nuiimuen dillr «Llof. mail of femle hocmonei-horaiona KeiutT TO TOuihfulncii of ptictiallT lU (oule o.«.»i. Hei.7 »»h u "?!'° fi'j Iwne foe f»«ejl penomion. Mf" 1 '™ •far, imoothei. frejhCT il.-noit miunilr fen in qukfclr bcouw it'i J nines M ••werful u Ittndird hotmowz emm- 5,000 I.U. p« oooee. li'i «o«onnc.L ••—coin la* thin 4*1 cUr. KX> BAY SUfPlY Uie « u niihi, brfo" miti«-look for .mi.uii reinki i« eke noroini ot— trr K 11 « dirlime mike-ur bite, it't htfttnt »nd iteiieletl, too! So, I* i frellu.. *'[*'«. JS3MFJ585JM complcxKHi M i foftlc of MORMON EX MAlnr SH«JM tod.r. •> » r*» W. On wle «t Toiletrr Cowmetl. Dertirt- ••c StoteJ u4 Dn« Stew i Hi-Way Drug Main at Division Phon 2-2011 Belt? Jon Northcutt Engagement Of Miss Northcutt Is Announced • The engagement of Miss Betty Jean Northcutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Northcutt of Blythe- vllle, to Roy Edward Grant, Jr., son of Mrs. E. E. McLaughlin of Leachville, was announced today. A May wedding is being planned by the couple. Miss Northcult is a graduate of Blytheville High School and Mr. Grant attended Leachville High School. Both are now employed by Lilly News Company in Blytheville. Dainty Halter For Girls' 8244 3-8 yri. By Rnp Burnett Keep your daughter cool and comfortable on warm days in this sxciting halter sundress. Brief >antles Included. No. 8244 Is In sizes 3, 4. 5, fl, 7. 8 years. Size 4, dress, -\ yard of 35- ich; 14 yard contrast; panties. 3 ,\ yard. For this pattern, send 35c In JOINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blylhevilie Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street. ChicaRO 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring & Summer '56 edition of our complete, pattern magnzine Basic FASHION. It's filled with smart, easy to sew designs, special features. Bits of News ff/oitl i Mrs. J. B. Roleson of Jonesboro spent Wednesday night and yester day here visiting her son, Jim Roleson, Mr*. Roleson and son Bucky. Mrs. M. J. Koehler and daughter Kuby Kay and .Josephine Cure will spend tomorrow in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rivers, Jr., of Eglin, Tex., are guests of their daughter, Mrs. John Caudill, and family. Mrs. T. I. Seay, Mrs. Ray Hall, MM. Fred Bean, Mrs. Boyce Moore, Mrs. J. W. Rayder and Mrs. Philip Deer returned yesterday from several days at Norfork Lake. Miss Polly Deer, student at Arkansas State, will spend the weekend here with her parents, Judge and Mrs. Philip Deer. Miss Monya Kay Blankenship and Max Hill, students al Ole Miss, will spend the weekend here with relatives. , Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and children Deenya and Norbert and Mrs Stella McCord and son John Davis will spend tomorrow in Memphis. Mrs. Karol Moses, local art Instructor, was called to Albuquerque, N. M., due to the death of father. Mr. and Mrs. Moses eft this morning and expect to ae gone about a week. A family reunion was held at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Floyd While at Gosnell Sunday In honor of Mrs. Ed Williams, who was celebrating her 85th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young of Blythevllle attended, the affair. Miss Eleanor Day left yesterday afternoon for Memphis where she will attend a post-graduate course on dentistry at the University of Tennessee today and tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. John Walden re- -urned yesterday from Kingsville, ex., where they spent three weeks visiting her brother. C. R. Price and Mrs. Price. While gone they also visited In Parr, Mexico and Corpus Christl. Tex., where they fished at Port Aransas. AltrusaClub Conducts Meeting Mrs. Clara Martin presided last light when Altrusa Club met at Hotel Noble. In the bu-sine.s.s session further tlans for the club's Golden Age Club ^ere discussed find the installation )f officers on June 1 was also a opic of discussion. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League mect- ig. MONIIAV Matrons and Patrons Club meeting at home of Mrs. E. R. Alley for polluclt dinner, 7 p.m. FREDA'S Beauty Shop •128 E. Cherry St. Phone PO 3-3B17 Neighborhood Beauty Shop "Come as you are" Specials for the Month of May $12.50 Cold Waves $10.01) 510.00 Cold W»TM * '-SO $7.50 Cnld Waves J 5.00 WIU, WORK NIGHTS BY APPOINTMENT RIACHES DEEPLY . . . It is truly said the devotion of • mother is our nearest approach to Heaven oo Earth. Anna J..rvis subscribed to that belief when ih« founded Mother's Day yean ago. We wear a red carnation or rose to honor our mothers who live.... a white one in memory of mothers who have jone. It is important, also, to perpetuate the memory of loved onei in some Lasting form. Let us help you in your selection of a fitting memorial. We have a large variety of monuments 10 fit aay need. JNO. C. McHANEY & SONS "Your Monument Men" Open Sunday Afternoons So. Highway 61 Blytheville, Ark. DEI.L ROYALTY — Koehler Blankenship, son of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Blankenship, and Linda Loveless, daughter o( Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Loveless, have been selected to represent Dell High School in the Teen-Age Court at Memphis Cotton Carnival on May 11. The two will attend a luncheon-dance at Hotel Peabody, march in' the Koyal Procession and attend the Junior Carnival Ball on that day. Mrs. Roleson Winner of Six-Week Series Mrs. Jim Roleson won the six- week series concluded with a seven- table Mitchell mastcrpolnt game last night by Duplicate Bridge League. She won the percentage of 60.9. • Second place went to Harry Levenstein who had 59.24 and Mr. Roleson was third with 57.76. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins with 55.18 percent won fourth place. Mrs. Don Edwards and Mrs. Au- draenel Freeman tied for fifth position with 54. Winners last night for north- south division were Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines. first with 101) points, and Mr. and Mrs. Roleson second with 97 points. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs W. D. Chamblin were third with 89 Fourth went to Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Bernard Gooch who had a total of 83'-i. East-west winners were Mr. Lev- cnstein and J. P. Vosc, first with 103'i points and Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Edwnrds second with 95 \i. Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Marshall Cameron were third with 91 points. Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. F. E. Black won fourth place with 84'i points. Saturday the league will also play a masterpoint Rome. On Sunday night a.t Hotel Peabody in Memphis a special winners game will be. played. SteakDinnerGiven For Basketball Team and Coach The basketball team of Blytheville High School and its conch, James Hlsher, were entertained with a steak dinner nl the Dixie Pig last night by Joe Gude. GuesUs nt the dinner were Mrs. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Migrant Work' Meeting Held Miss Cassandra Stockburger, area supervisor of migrant work for National Council of Churches, was in Blytheville yesterday for two meetings. During the afternoon she met at the home of Mrs, Freeman Robinson, lociil migrant chairman, with several women from Forrest City to assist them-'in organization ol migrant work in their city. Those women were Mrs. W. W. Draper, stale chairman of United Church Wamen; Mrs. Henry W. Williams, president in Forrest City, and Mrs. David Gates, migrant work chairman in Forrest City. Last nfght a mass .meeting of local churches and civic clubs was held at First Christian Church, This meeting was to make plans for the migrant school which open, here on May 14. Kevin Razer Celebrates Third Birthday Kevin Dale Razer, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Razpr, was honored on his third birthday yesterday. Twelve little Inemis attended the party and were given fnvors of bubble gum and balloons. Mrs, Razer served refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and iced drinks. Out-of-town guests were Kenny Ballon of Steele and Tim Alexandei of Yarbro. The print scarf is pretty but it must be handled with care. Pick a watercolor print this spring and use it only v-'ith a solid color, nevei with another print or figure 01 patinrn. Glide. Tommy Slay ton provided entertainment and the graduates of the team gave brief talks concernini Orval I their work on the team. On South Highway 61 GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30—Show Starts at Dusk Admission 50c—Children Under 12 Free with karents LAST TIMES TONIGHT PLUS SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY • Double Featur DAWN AT r SOCORRO [ W» Mm-KAfflLHM HU6MS AlEX MCtK./, EOGAfl, BUCHANAN WHKWJIW* WfWf CARTOON "GIT ALONG DUCK' SUNDAY and MONDAY I ; OnO W£MiN6£R ' 'OSCAR HWtosiEIK'S I ^~y ^^*J CM. «, D I LUX ! • l.i..»d s> J0» C,».r,.l«. «'»« -'"•' ol »i> l.d."r. SIHIOWONK SOONO PLUS SELECTED SHORTS ILUXORA NEWS •7 MM. PAUL HAVE* Mrs. C. E. Lucas, Mri. Inat Permenter, Mrs. C. D. Smith, Mrs. Gerald Chafin, Mr«. W. L. Hanna, Mr«. K. W. Baker and Mr«. Paul Hayw attended the Mississippi County Home Demonstration Club tea at Osceola Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. J. Landreth of Jacskon, Tenn., ii on an etxended visit here with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Williams, and Mr. Williams. Mrs. Sue Brown returned home Saturday from Stuart, Pla.. after spending the winter with her son, Jack Brown, and Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Lillian Freear is in Houston, Tex.,' for an extended visit with her niece. Mrs. W. C. Howard, Miss Margaret Moffitt and Mrs. E. A. Moffitt visited relatives in Lexington, Tenn., last week. Eleven members of the 4-H Club attended the County 4-JI Club talent show and recreational program at Keiser Thursday night. They were accompanied by Mrs. K., W Baker, Mrs. Inez Permenter, Mrs Don McGuire and Mrs. Paul Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powell were called home from vacationing ... Florida because of the illness of her father, the Rev. J. T. Self. Mr. and Mrs. James Loyd Edwards of Sewickley, Pa., are the parents of a daughter of, Jamie Diane, born April 18. Mr. Edwards is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards and a former resident of Luxora. John Martin of Caruthersville, MO., visited two days with his daughter. Mrs. Charles Howard, and Mr. Howard. Mrs. Harold Permenter and Mrs. Gus Morris were Memphis visitors Monday. Mr. rind Mrs. Fernian Rogers attended the postmasters convention in Little Rock Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams and daughter Shirley of Hot Springs are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams. Mrs. J. S. Cecil and daughter Gail of Wilson were Sunday guests of'Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Smith. Mr .and Mrs. Joe Dudley Smith of Memphis were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hanna. Charles Stanford Howard, student at Arkansas State, was the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dugan ot Memphis visited her mother. Mrs. J. W. Smith, during the weekend. Miss Elaine Stanfield has moved to Princeton, N. J., to make her home. Sixteen members of .the Book Club and three guests, Mrs. Mary Hemby. Mrs. Gerald Chafin and Miss Mildred Osment. met at the home of Mrs. John Thweatt for their monthly meeting. Mrs. Bowen Thompson installed the new officers which are Mrs. W. P Ellis, president; Mrs. O. E. Henry, vice-president; Mrs. James Hl- herd, secretary, and Mrs. Jack Me- Even' last one of u» mak« f«»h- lon errors from time to time. Bui don't give In to that thrifty Impulse to wear out the«e mlst»k«i 'around the house" or for "•econd best". Give them to someone who can u« them or sell them.. But don't force yourself to we«r them out. Part* of old mattress p»d», oW quiltt or mattreee covers are good to u<e betwien «prlng« and mal- tre«s. AND HOW!-Meet Miss Totem Princess, beauty queen of Canada's west coast Indians. She's pretty Marina Assu, 19- year-old authentic Indian maiden from Vancouver. Kinley, treasurer. Mrs. C. B. Thomas, program leader, gave a talk and showed films on the Natchez Pilgrimage which she attended. The hostess served coconut cake and pineapple sherbet. The April shower motif was carried out in these refreshments. Luxora Parnt-Teacher Association entertained the senior class with their annual dinner Tuesday night at the Legion Hut. Twenty-two seniors were present. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Gulley. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. EUis and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Haley. Mr. Ellis gave the invocation. Mrs. Inez Permenter, PTA president, gave the welcome address and Joe Oakley, senior president, gave the response. Seniors and their guests enjoyed dancing following the dinner. A red and white color scheme was used in decorations. Mrs. C. D. Smith and Mrs. Elmer Hull were in charge of arrangements. Wesleyan Guild Benefit May Breakfast will be held at the school cafeteria-Saturday morning. TRAILER SPACE Plenty of room for (udenlnf, and children's playjronn* oe 25 x 150 ft. lot. Call 3-8478 before 9 P.M. Make a Date with the Neweot KOCKET6/ -c-~,-s.^ ->—• COME IN AND ROCKET 'ROUND THE OR 'ROUND THE If YOU UK ft ) SEE YOUR NEAREST MOBILE 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 "TWO GUN LADY" Starring Peggy Castle & Wm. Tolman _ AND — "Naked Sea" Documentary Serial: "Perils of Wilderness" No.l And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY M-0-M-. BURST OF MUSICAL -j f, SUNSHINE! IN COLOKAND ^ ibf ClNEMAScoPt sy %J\ MICH.A1LKIDD .„ METRO NEWS AND CARTOON CINEMASCOPE PICTURES COMING TO ROXY: "Long Gray Line" "Violent Men" "3 For the Show" Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rorf Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY M-G-M's GREAT DRAMA OF TINGLING SUSPENSEI PARAMOUNT NEWS AND SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY PLUS SELECTED SHORTS SUNDAY and MONDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See 'Forbidden Planet" Miss Shirley Xing M-G-M's Adventure Inlo The Unknown! 'FORBMPUIET' CINEMASCOPE and COLOR • tmrmi WAITER ANNE IESIIF PIOGEON-FRANCIS -NIELSEN Km HK*Si* ROBOT. THE MliOT PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON Coming Soon to Ritz Theatre May 1-2-3-4 "CAROUSEL" With Gordon MeRae and Shirley Jonei In Cinemascope and Technicolor

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