The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 12, 1955
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PAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1955 — Society News — t Ann Mallnrv Rnr-ierv Rrlffnr / Phor HIM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 State DAR Convene Next Week in Hot Springs Hotel Daughters of American Revolution State Conference will convene in Hot Springs Monday at 2:30 p.m. with Miss Ruth Stayton Massey, state regent of Osceola, presiding. This convention will be held Jan. 11-18 at the Arlington Hotel. Those attending from Mississippi County will be Miss Massey, Mrs. Horace E. Moore, Jr., state corresponding secretary, Prenchmans Bayou; Mrs. J. H. Hook, Mrs. D. H. Blaok- wood, Mrs. H. B. Jones, Osceola; Mrs. E. R. Bogan, Luxora, and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris. state chairman, press relations, Blytheville; and Mrs. John W. Bdring- ton, state chairman, American Indian Committee, of Osceola. A special tea honoring: Miss Mas- Key will be held Tuesday after- lo'on with the Hot Springs Chapter as host. Delegates to Conventions Elected When Charlevoix Chapter Meets Twenty members of the Charlevoix Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution were present yasterday when the chapter met at Hotel Noble. Hostesses were Mrs. James B.+ Clark, Mrs. James O. Ellis, and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. The Valentine motif was used in the centerpieces used on the tables where guests were seated and throughout th room. Mrs. E. J, Cure presided over the meeting and also gave the opening ritual. Mrs. Q. O. Hardaway led in the Pledge of Allegiance followed by prayer by Mrs. W. Marion Williams. Mrs. C. C. Smith was welcomed as a new member of the group and Mrs. John Gordon of the London Times was a special guest. Mrs. Gordon will be working in Nicaragua. In the business session Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. Hardaway, Mrs. Cure. Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris were elected as delegates to attend the state convention in Hot Springs next week. Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mrs. George D. Pollock were elected to serve on the nominating committee for the coming year's officers. Those appointed to attend the Continental Congress in Washington were Mrs. James B. Clark, delegate, and Mrs. Hardaway and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., alternates. Miss Heard Wylie, Jr., was elected as a page. A program on "The United States, The United Nations and You," was given by Mrs. Woodson. Mrs. Borum Guest Of ' Bridge Club Mrs. Edgar Borum was a guest yesterday when the La Petite Club met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Vance. Mrs. F. E. Utley won high in the bridge games, Mrs. Borum, second high, and brldgo was awarded Mrs, Max Usrey. A dessert course preceded the bridge games. Tuesday Bridge Club Has Meeting Members of the Tuesday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. C. M. Smart were winners in the bridge games. A dessert course was served preceding the games. Late News In Classics 8213 12-20 By Sue Burnett First hint of spring for your wardrobe — a carefully tailored classic with new buttoned sleeves, or short cape ones. Pattern No. 8812 Is in sixes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 16, buttoned sleeve, 4 yards of 35-Inch. . For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, «nd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, Ill.i Bnsic FASHION, fait and winter, contains » wealth of ilewlng Ideas for every woman who sews for herself xnd her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. Mrs. Afflick Mrs. Tune Bridge Winners Winners in the six-table Howell movement masterpoint game played last night by the Country Club bridge League Eleanor Afflick Tune with 62 Vi Duplicate were Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. S. E. points. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. ET. B. Gee were second with 59 ','2 points and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Frank Grigsby were third with 53ii points. In fourth place were Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. O. W.. McCutchen with SO 1 /-; points. Plans Discussed Fdr Years Work By Sorority Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. R. H. Watson last night with Mrs. Elmer Stone co-hostess. Mrs. Watson presided over the business session when plans were made to send the new president to the state convention to be held in El Dorado next April. » It was decided that the pledge meeting would be held at the home of Mrs. Ted Bourzikas "ext Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. Plans for the coming year were also made. Mrs. Ed Parks was appointed chairman of the Mother's March on Polio which which will be held Jan. 31 from 7 to 8 p.m. 3ue-sts Present vVhen Bridge Club Plays in Home Misses Barbara Monaghan and Barbara Taylor and Mrs. Bob Walden were guests last night when Miss Ramona Crafton entertained the NN Bridge Club. Winners in the bridge games were Miss Crafton, high, Mrs. J. L, Westbrook, Jr., second high, and Miss Melba Pryor, bririgo. A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the games. ies. The Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Maxwell of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg of Osceola were guests of Mrs. George Roland Green, Sunday. Mrs. Green returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell • and returned to Blytheville yesterday. Mr and Mrs. Curtis Patton and son, Ronnie, spent the weekend in St Louis visiting Mr. Patton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Patton. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gill and sons of Chattanooga were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Gill. George L. Muir entered Kennedy i .. Veterans Hospital today to under-j |~j Q 5 go further treatment. Condition of Mrs. R. who under Mrs. Roy Speaks To Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met at the Dixie Pig last night when Mrs. Rex Warren, Mrs. B. D. Featherson and Miss TheJ- ma Cathey, were hostesses. The spring theme was used in table decorations. Mrs. Charles Penn was in charge of the program and introduced Mrs. James Roy who gave a talk on pending legislation and operation of Arkansas law making bod- business session was presided over by Miss Minnie Foster when plans were made for the chapter's birthday party. Mrs. Program Women's Missionary Union of Armorel Baptist Church met at "Little Dress," and Tailored Dress Leading Fashions in World By DOROTHY ROE AP Women's Editor NEW YORK (AP) — Nettie Rosensteln, famous for the "little black dress," features it as one of the most important fashions for spring, 1955, in her current preview for the nation's fashion press. Mrs. Rosenstein, who has been turning out clothes for American women for a generation, says she believes simplicity Is the theme of the era, and the hvo most important costumes any woman can have are the "little dress" and the meticulously tailored suit. She shows both, in profusion and In understated good taste, adapting the new long lines to her own knowledge of the needs of 0. S. women. Blatk ana N»vy The "little dress" is shown not only in black, but also in navy, prints and neutral tones, and does credit to its designer. It is a dress that is simple enough not to look overdressed in any gathering, but effective enough to, .hold its own among the most elaborate fashions. at Baptist Hospital, is reported to be critical. Her family is in Memphis with her. Mrs Bess Hobbs. who underwent the church Monday with 10 mem-, surgery at Baptist Hospital injbers present for a Royal Service : Memphis Jan. 6. is reported to be; program. . I--,. , li-.-i... Improved. She is in Room 423. j Mrs. Henry Applegate was m L. I TC 16 /VlCClS Mr and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal. j charge of the meeting with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner, Mr. |N. C. Patterson in charge of the Annie Armstrong nd Mrs. Sidney Platt, Rabbi and Mrs. Alfred Vise and Mr. and Mrs. William Borowsky, of Manila, are in Helena today to attend the funeral services for Jacob Jiedel. brother of Richard and Siegbert Jiedel of Blytheville. M. J. Koehler is now at his home after undergoing surgery at Chickasawba Hospital. program. Those assisting ram were Mrs. with the pro- Archie Beard, Love Group Of Christian Church Meets Mrs. F. W. Garrison, Mrs. Hugh Dixon, Mrs. C. C. Elliott, Mrs. Tom Dodson. Mrs. Leonard Smith. Mrs. Weldon McCann and Mrs. Applegate. In Everett Home Annie Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Lauena Everett last night with nine members and. one visitor present. Mrs. Agnes Van Cleve opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. ------ , m Mrs. Shirley Rebstock dismissed Max Koonce, assisted by Mrs. the group with prayer. Grace Caldwell, gave the devo- ~ itional. Mrs y. L. Wicker led the clos- iing prayer and the hostess serv- ! ed refreshments. Wednesday NGW Club meets with Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., 620 E. Cherry with Mrs. Mrs. J. F. Scrape entertains TLE Love Group 'of First Christian [Bridge plub. Church met at the home of Mrs. j city Council of Beta Sigma Phi Harry Bradley last night. i meets with Mrs. Randal Hawks, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe conducted 7:30 p.m. the J. Cecil Low business session and Mrs. Freeman Robinson was in charge of the program on "India, Pakistan and Ceylon," a new mission study which the group is beginning. This program was given in the form of a panel discussion with Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs. George Cross, Mrs. Sam Hanley and Mrs. William Rader in charge. Miss Louella Alley gave the devotional and repeating of the missionary benediction dismissed the group. Thursday League Mrs. Entertains Octave Club Mrs. tained Phillip Applebaum enter- the Octave Club at her Duplicate Bridge League meets. ., _ T -.Neuve Club meets with Mr, {^^J^. home last night. She had as her Husband and ^ R.T3? Green. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains Chl- llion Club. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Barbara Sawyer. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Joe Freeman, 1912 Hearn, 7:30 p.m. Burdette PTA having potluck supper in cafeteria, 7 p.m. John Roden will be guest speaker. Elliott Fletcher of UDC meets at Razorback. 12:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mrs. George Roland Green. Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Friday Mrs. Holder Entertains at Country Club The Country Club was the meeting place for the Tri-Town Club Mrs. Dick Shanks entertains Vend- yesterday when Mrs. Worth Holder j redi Bridge Club, entertained. Mrs. Toby Long entertains Fri- Mrs. John R. McDonald and day Club. Miss Gene Logan of Toledo, O. were guests of the group. Winners in the bridge games) Cotillion were Mrs. Newton Whitis, high, i Noble, and Mrs. Russell Farr, second I — high. A salao 1 course was served by the hostess. SATURDAY N Club meeting at Hotel Refreshments were served the group from a table overlaid with a linen cutwork cloth and centered with silver candelabra holding green tapers. Mrs. William Bear and Mrs. Harry Bogan were winners in the Winsome Class Has Meeting In Home Here Winsome Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Edward. Peterson with one new member. Mrs. Willie Dobson, Monday night. Mrs. Robert Huff presided over the meeting and Mrs. Joe Tomlinson gave the devotional. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Ted King and the hostess served refreshments. CIB Bridge Club Conducts Game Mrs. Frank Seay and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell were guests of the CIB Bridge Club yesterday when Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe entertained. Mrs. Elwood Dean won high, in the bridge games, Mrs. Seay won second high and Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., won bridgo. The hostess - served a salad plate during the games. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Blan Stiles, City Mrs. Lena Azbill, Cooter Jack Adams. Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Callie Hays. City Jonathan Payne, City Mrs. H. L. King. Manila Mrs. Lelia Jennings. Steele Mrs. Pat Hillard. City Mrs. A. Flccman. City Olen Ray Boyett. City Laveda Jarrett. City Jim Alten. City Charles Richard Rhody, Homers- vine Just a Reminder... Heuer's Exciting Floor Shoe Sale Continues! Savings on Footwear For The Entire Family! It's Fun-It's Different and the prices are so low! 'All Sales Final No Exchanges or refunds CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and panis finished when quested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service Suits reach a new high in smooth, functional flattery in the collections of Davldow, famous for tweeds, and Arthur .Jablow, master of the dress-up suit. Davidow's featherweight imported tweeds are subtle symphonies of color, cut on the long, lean lines so important in the spring- picture. Jackets are longer, skirts are slim and tailoring is skillful and effective. Lightweight Fabric t Jablow shows a relaxed silhouette featuring eased waistlines,*long- tubular look. His collection of weather-wise lightweight fabrics include pure Italian silks, chiffon- sheer worsteds and mixtures of silk and cashmere. Suite are soft, slim and beautifully fitted, with the distinctly ladylike look typical of the house. DYESS NEWS By Mrs. J. L. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobs and son, James Macolm, of Shifter. Calif., arrived Wednesday night to make their home in Memphis where Mr. Jacobs will be employed. At the present they are visiting his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. Jacobs, and sister, Mrs. Boy Jones, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Ford and sons of Wilson spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Warner Hargraves. Wayne Lemons, a Dyess boy .has a high rating as basketball player 'at Bryan School in Bryan, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs and son, Ronnie, were guests Thursday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Preels, at Whitton. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs returned Wednesday from Camden. Ark., where they were at the bedside of their daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Fletcher Lancaster, who is in Ouachita. County Hospital slightly improved. J. L. Jacobs' Roy H. Jories and W. L. Jacobs had business in West Memphis Friday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times AVED.. & THUUS. Double Feature —AND— WaltDisneu/s WOHUFIU nmnnitES of I inocchio PLUS CARTOON Whitsitts THURSDAY SPECIAL EVENT CLOSE OUT ON 75 Dresses Values to $59.95 EACH FIRST COME -FIRST SERVED Calvary Baptist Groups Meet Circles Three and Four of the Business Women's Circles of Calvary Baptist Church met at the church last night for a Royal Service program. Mrs. Mark Anderson was In charge of the program, "Pointing Those Chosen People the Way." Mrs. Opal Ayres gave the devotional and Mrs. J. H. Melton presented a solo. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. J. C. Webb, Miss Ellen Moore, Mrs. Jim Ross, Mrs. Larry Byrum, Miss Lucinda Co!« and Mrs. H. J. Pondren. Mrs. Fondren and Miss Moore dismissed the group with prayer. Monday night the deacons, trustees and their wives were entertained with a potluck-buffet dinner at the home of Wayne Rhoads. The Rev. J. H. Melton directed the games during the evening and Charles Lipford dismissed tht group with iprayer. Miss Schuneritsch Winner at Club Miss Rosa Schuneritsch was high score winner yesterday when the Tuesday Canasta Club met with Mrs.. Paul Byrum. Second high went to Mrs. Mike What possesses women to grow their fingernails to unreasonable lengths? It certainly isn't beautiful. It makes them look as if they did no work, to be sure, but these days, that's hardly a flattering admission to make. Meroney and low . was awarded Mrs. A. R. Jackson. Mrs. Felix Carney won guest high. The hostess served refreshment throughout the afternoon. On W. Main St. In Blytheville = Phone 3-4621' Weekdays Show Starts 7:0fl p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature FASTEST DRAMA ON TWO WHEELS! •foitKMKxwtatttUlit ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY and FRIDAY Double Feature GREATER THAN EVER 1 JOANCRAWFORO for the firsl time in color by TECHNICOLOR M-G-M's TORCH Sow —AND— "Varieties On Parade" With Jackie Coogan & Iris Adrian ALSO CARTOON Listen to KLCX at 10:1'0 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements WED.-THUR.-FRI. IT BEGINS WHERE " LEFT OFF! r* ... The sontinuation of the greatest I" l&f •to'Y °* ' ove ant) fa!t ^ In the history of entertainment...the soul-searching drama of whet happened To Demetrius and ."The Robe". • • VICTOR 11 SUSAN MATURE-HAY WARD KUOttd tim DBMMG0 AMI MKMfT JA W6IHSOH r , nnl . r FrOM ROSS T Philip DUNNE

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