The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 29, 1955
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1955 - Society News - a Ann Mo llnvv. .Rn^lotv Rrlitnr • PflOTl Miss Millie Ann Mallory; Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Jimmy Richardson Guest Speaker At Woman's Club Meeting • A talk on civil defense was given yesterday at a meeting of the Woman's club by Jimmy Richardson. Luncheon was served from long tables centered with potted plants. Mrs. W. S. Johnston was chairman of the hostess and those assisting her were Mrs.. Ray Hall, Mrs. Glenn Ladd, Mrs. M. J. Koehler, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Mrs. Russel Hayes, Mrs. E. L. Boggs. Mrs. W. A. Holllngsworth and Mrs. Robert Lee Wade, Jr. A piano solo "Fantasia in D. Minor," by Mozart was presented by Sammie Workman of Holland. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe is chairman of the music committee. Terry Evans Honored on Eighth Birthday Wearing a frock of gold and a red carnation corsage Terry Ann Evans, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Joe B. Evans, was honored on her eighth birthday yesterday with a birthday-dinner party. The 11 guests were seated at individual tables carrying out a confetti theme. Following dinner birthday cake and ice cream were served the youngsters. Favors of ping-pong paddles were given and in the games, winners were Kay Fisher and Susan Dunkley. Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Humphreys Guests of Club Potted hyacinths decorated the home of Mrs. E. C. Fan' yesterday when she entertained the Friday Contract Club. She had as guests Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Henry Humphreys.' Mrs. C. W. Qarrigan won high in the bridge games, Mrs. Doyle Henderson won second high and Mrs. LJoyd Whittaker was bridgo winner. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the afternoon. Just Wrap And Tie WRAP-AROUND By Sue Burnett A practical cobbler apron in half sizes with big pansies for pockets. A dress-length version Is also provided for wanner weather. Pattern No. 8101 is in sizes 12'. s , 14W, 1614, 18'i, 20'», 22',!, 24' = . size 14 \'i, cobbler, 1:» yards of 35- inch; scraps for pockets. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Include an additional 26 cents with your pattern order for the latest issue of our pattern catalog. Basic FASHION. The spring it summer '56 Issue is filled with smart, tew-easy styles. Wonderful good iooKs for the perfect figure: an arrow-straight wool skirt, with a narrow belt run through slides. Fly-fronted or with a single pleat, It's completed with a fine white sweater, long sleeves. Pennzoil Z-7 For the flnt time ... a motor oil that UNLOCKS HORSEPOWER! Yo« actually FEEL the ctlfTerenft behind the wheel. Vour first crmnkcuit fill proves this Is a NEW KIND of motor oil. EXCLUSIVELY AT ANDY'S AUTO SERVICE 1 As|i and 2nd Mrs. Wyatt Honored With Shower , Mrs. Zola Cockrell and Mrs. Glenn Alley entertained the Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church with a hot dog supper in the recreation hall of Chickasaw Courts last night. Guests of the group were Mrs. Charles McDaniels, Mrs. Raymond Bomar. Mrs. Vera Rhoda, Mrs. Edith Permenter, Mrs. Ruth Smith and Mrs. O. D. Wyatt. Mrs. Wyatt who lost her home by fire this week was presented an offering from the group and was honored with a'shower. The devotional was given by Miss Ellen Moore and Mrs. Opal Ayres was in charge of the recreation period. Mrs. Smith dismissed the group. Number Nine HD Club Meets At Club House Number Nine Home Demonstration Club met at the school house yesterday for its regular monthly meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd French and Mrs. W. E. Rhoads. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman gave the eye-opener on stencilling and also a demonstration on contact plastic material. The devotional was given by Mrs. Bob Stovall followed with prayer by Mrs. Ira Dickson. A new project on highway improvement was voted on by the group and in the social hour refreshments were served. Vendredi Bridge Club Meets In Tomlinson Home Vendredi Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson last night when she had as a guest Mrs. Max,, Walters. Bridge winners were Mrs. Bill Slack, high, Mrs. Bob Metcalfe, second high, and Mrs. Dick Shanks, bridgo. A Valentine theme was carried out in the decorations and dessert course which was served. The lunchbox and all its appointments should be as clean as your best china. Clean it out every night. Take greatest care with the pln.stic liner and the thermos bottle. Let everything air in the open overnight. Bits of News erional Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay and children of Memphis will be the weekend guests of Mr. Gay's mother, Mrs. B. F. Gay. Mrs. Gay will re turn home with her son and from Memphis will go to St. Petersburg, Pla., for an extended vacatfon with her sister, Mrs. J. W. White. Charles Ray Hall and Bobby Lee Hill, students at Hendrlx College, are the semester holiday guests of their parents. Mrs. Eunice Young and Miss Jesse Srite will return today from a business trip to Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest French left yesterday from Memphis for a vacation trip to Orlando, Fla., where they will visit their daughter, Miss Ernestine French. They were motored to Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pollard have returned from Sikeston where they visited Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Golladay. Mrs. Emmett Kelm and Miss Margaret Kcim of Belleville, 111., will arrive tomorrow to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son, Jerry. While here, Miss Keim will be feted with several bridal parties. Harry Parr and Alan Berry will return Monday from a two-week vacation to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle, Mrs. \ W. E. Rhoads, Mrs. A. J. Hhoads and B. F. Grant are in Paragould today due to the death of Helen Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan had as their guests this week Mrs. B. J. Lewis and son, Jimmy, of Meridian. Miss. Miss Barbara Carter left today for St. Louis where she will be the houseguest of Mrs. William T. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray will be in Dexter. Mo., tomorrow to visit Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson. Miss Jean Campbell, a student at Ole Miss, is spending the semester holidays with her parents, Mi*, and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Walter Rcsenthal who is ill is in Memphis undergoing treatment. Mrs. N. W. Brlgham returned yesterday from Columbus. Miss., where she has spent the past several weeks visiting relatives. Mrs. Logan Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. Bob Logan entertained the Friday Club yesterday when guests were Mrs. Don Smith and Mrs. P. E. Black. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. James C. Guard, high, Mrs. Black, second high, and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Read Courier News Classified Ads RUSTIC INN Sunday Menu DINNER DELUXE Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail And Combination Salad Filet Mignon Or Small T-Bone Potato. Beverage Choice of Dessert $2.50 RUSTIC INN SPECIALS Roast Young Capon, Celery Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Giblet Gravy Or Old Fashioned Chicken 'n Dumplings, Served With Baked Apple, Snowflake Potatoes, Choice of Beverage, Chocolate Ice Box Pie ........................ $1.00 COMPLETE DINNERS CHOICE OF ONE: Fresh Florida Fruit Salad Combination Salad Chicken Soup With Rice Tomato Juice Apple Juice Grapefruit Juice Tennessee Country Ham Steak, Red Eye Gravy .... $1.60 Grilled Chicken Livers On Toast ............................ $1.45 Roast Sirloin Of Beef, Natural Gravy .................... $1.35 Breaded Veal Cutlet, Cream Sauce .......................... $1.35 Grilled Chuck Wagon Steak, Brown Gravy ............ $1.35 Fried Catfish Steak, Tartar Sauce .......................... $1.35 Jumbo Butterfly Shrimp .......................................... $1.45 Extra Select Fried Oysters, Tartar Sauce .............. $1.45 Breaded Pork Chop (1) ........ $1.25 (2) ........ $1.50 Fried Tenderloin Of Lake Michigan Trout ............ $1.35 Golden Brown Pan Fried Chicken, Country Gravy $1.25 Grilled Calf Liver Smothered In Onions ................ $1.35 CHOICE OF TWO : .Snowflake Potatoes Baked Acorn Squash Baked Apple Buttered June Peas Potato Salad Cole Slaw Long Branch Potatoes CHOICE OF BEVERAGE: Choice Of Lemon Ice Box, Apple, Cherry, Karo Pecan, Or Chocolate Ice Box Pie, Ice Cream Or Sherbet chd' RuscNN CASHMERE SWEATERS — Cashmeres with real distinction are for campus wear this year, both for classes and for dates. The turtle neck appears (left) in a new version of a short-sleeves pullover with fitted collar that zippers at back. Date cashmere (center) has beautiful neckline in wide V with deep band of ribbing. Three quarter length sleeves are new, too. Pullover with beautifully simple look (right) is In white with navy blue ribbing at neckline and sleeves. It can be worn either in or out of skirt. All three designs are by Hadley. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Mrs. Ely Driver was hostess to her three-table pitch club and extra guests at her home Wednesday afternoon. Guests playing with the club were Mrs. A. F. Williams, Mrs. H. J. Levenstein, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr. Following a dessert course of fresh raspberry sundaes the afternoon was spent in playing; pitch. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. W. C. Mason, Mrs. Whitworth and Mrs. Dick Cromer. Bridge was won by Mrs. Joe Cromer. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Reese of Wilson were hosts to Mrs. Reese's bridge club and their husbands to a turkey dinner at their new home Tuesday night. Centering the dining table, which was covered by an emerald green cloth, was a pedestal milk glass flower bowl filled with a winter arrangement of red and white dried flowers. The 18 guests were served buffet style and were seated at small tables. In the games of bridge that followed, Mrs. Charles Harwell won high score, Mrs. Joe Brown Gwyn second and Mrs. Garland Trammel won low. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Jr.. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gas Brandon at their home on Walnut Grove Road in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hunt were in Memphis Tuesday, night, for a musical program at Memphis College of Music. Lloyd Godley and James Woodard drove to St. Louis Sunday to attend the Production Credit Association meeting returning home on Wednesday. Miss Sally McCutchen of Blythe- vill will be a weekened guest of Miss Bettye Claire Bowles. Mrs. E. M. Radcliff and daughter, Lmnie, are vacationing in Florida. Mrs. John L. Moore of Pine Bluff arrived Tuesday night for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Hugh Allan and Mr. Allan. Mr.s. J. H. Hook is in Murfreesboro, Tenn., visiting her son, Capt. A. E. Hook, and family. Miss Jean Driver Kendrick, Miss Carolyn Reid and Jack Duclos, students • at the university, are spending their mid-semester vacation with their families. Ted Woods was a business visitor in Little Rock this week. S. W. Bowker and R. C. Bryan attended the Presbyterian meeting this week in Marianna. Mr. and Mrs. David Laney returned home over the weekend after a two-week visit in California. In their absence, Mrs. Laney's mother, Mrs. Sam Coble, visited her sifter, Mrs. J. A. Moran in Memphis. Miss Virginia Florida entertained Tuesc'.rxy with a luncheon-canasta party at her home on West Semmes. The dining table was covered with an Italian cutwork cloth and was centered with a low arrangement of pink and white gladioli in a silver bowl. Seated at the table with Miss Florida were her sister, Mrs., W. C. Mason, Mrs. Ed Quinn, Mrs. George Doyle, Mrs. Maude Hudson, Mrs. J. H v Love we II, Mrs. Sam Coble, Mrs. C* E. Dean and Mrs. •Bettye Nelle Starr. In the games of canasta that followed, Mrs. Quinn won high score and Mrs. Doyle won low. Fabrics that must be dry-cleanea are not a good bet for the teen-agr wardrobe. Paste and chemistry experiments do sad things to .vool A corduroy suit is wonderful for the young teen who craves femininity and it is cheaper than flannel or tweed. • • * Treat your suede snoes and ba^ to a kettle-steaming and brush cleaning, rather than suede dressing which might rub off on your ankles and hands. THEATRE E_ On W. Main St. E In Blytheville l== Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:fin I.T,., Sat.. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. SATURDAY Double Feature '.'.JvtV/-,.,;,.-.'-" '-»:•: ••' > .50KN FORDrtttuoo* ,• —AND— VICTOR HelAGUN » BORIS KARLOFf . ;: WSUACf (ODD f«~°' RiGIHAlD DSHD* T-/W ;'M ,»»' c' ' V W^H CALIFORNIA OUTPOSTI ri ti*i (KO IBS U8LIS A ([PUBLIC PICTWt '9^^- ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL SATURDAY OWL SHOW HU'Ulf*u!ON HARTFOflD p^mfiu JAMES MASON ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature mviumw urn® m mt- aunts mm' AUDIE MURPHY EVANS MHIT JTKUdC-IW COUW=nJ mfro< —AND— M-G-M's DIFFERENT DRAMS! TENNESSEE CHAMP SHELLEY WINTERS , HUMEIUE-A UNMfiSti MKMIIWl mum. ALSO CAR100N It's Coming Soon Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature Serial "Balman" No. 14 Cartoon "Tols of Fun" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature — AND — "HOUSE OF FEAR" Starring: Irene Hcrvcy £ VVm. Onrfiiin METRO NEWS At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Matt Scruggs, city Ann Neal, Holland Mrs. Oliver Fisher, Steele Vivian Dorison, city Daisy McDermott, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ray Morgan and baby, city Mrs. R. .A Porter, city Mrs.'Elbert Johnson and baby, cit y Mrs. George Brothers and baby, city Evelyn Williams, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Katie Lou Eaton, city Do, you want to have an old something dyed into new life? Your dry cleaner has sound advice on how well it will work. Before the dye is casj., take out the label in the back of the neck. When reinstalled, it will keep the garment from looking dyed. Coming Events MONDAY Trinity WMU meets at church, 2 p m. Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Bill Boren, 1:30 p. m. TUESDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter at ,Bet» Sigma Phi meeU at the home of Mrs. Perry Darby with Mrs. Dan McCnsklll, co-hostess, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Bet» Sigma Phi meets at 400 E. Ky., for business meeting. Mr«. Floyd Se»y and M«. David Miles are ho«tes«s. Annie Armstrong Circle meet* with Mrs. P. L. Wicker, 7:30 p. m. GIB Bridge Club meets with Miss Jcttye Claire Huffman. Country Club Bridge League meets. Mrs. E. M. Reynold entertaini Tuesday Bridge Club. NN Bridge Club meets with Miss Betty Nell Holland. Mrs. L. O. Gill entertains Tuesday Canasta Club. Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Jim Smothermon. Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. F.' E. Scott, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. William Eader, Mrs. J. D. Davis and Mrs. Harry Bradley entertaining with, tea at Woman's Club honoring Miss Margaret kelm. WEDNESDAY NOW meets at the home at Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., with Mrs. Utah Brady, hostess. Mrs. H. G. Partlow entertaini Club Eight. Town and Country Club meeti with Mrs. C. C. Smith. Wednesday Bridge Club meet* with Mrs. Charles. Rose. Mrs. W. J. Cupples entertaini TLE Bridge Club. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Betty Crocker, 7:30 p. m. Duplicate Bridge League meet*. Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., entertains Kibitzer Club. Chilllon Club meets with Mrs. Mary Hatfield. Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertain! La Nueve Club. FRIDAY Vendredi Bridge Club meets with Mrs. George Anderson. Mrs. Farris McCalla entertaini Friday club. Chapter N. PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr., 2 p. m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeti. In the privacy of your home, deal with the unbeautifying aspects of a cold. Chap stick for dried-out hps, zinc or some other non-absorbing ointment for the red nose, lots of sleep and a soothing compress for circled eyes. Don't use thU o'ay off for a shampoo. If you are a chronic leg crosser, it might Interest you to know that this is the chief cause of hollow legs, especially if yours are on the thin side. Listen I* KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature •F MMK TECHNICOLOR Thru Umltd A CARTOON "PRIVATE EYE POPEYE" SUN. • MON. • TUES. 3 RING CIRCUS =VISTAVISION=--" HURRY, HURRY, HURRY! 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