The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 18, 1955
Page 2
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PAGB TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAT, FEBRUARY 18, 1906 - Society News - B Anr< Mallnrv Sopietv Editor • Phl)n< Miss HRllie Ann Mallory, .Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Young Women's Auxiliary Has Focus Week Observance Here Associational Young Women's Auxiliary Council of Baptist Churches of this area met last night at First Baptist Church in observance of Focus Week. Miss Katherine Goldlng presided* over the meeting which W»B opened with group singing and repeating of the watchword. Special guests at the meeting last night were Mrs. Qrady wllkes .of Dell, Mrs, H. H. Brooks, Mrs. Darrell Lunsford and Mrs. -Leon Jones. "Hearts" was the topic of last night's program with a skit being presented by the Trinity Baptist organization and special music being furnished by the New Liberty Baptist group. Mrs. Wilts gave the inspirational message after which the group adjourned to the recreation roonf for a social hour. Refreshments were served fro Story Hour Attendance Contest Ends Blytheville Junior Auxiliary Story Hour attendance contest has been concluded with Lange first grade, Sudbury second grade. Central third grade and Sudbury fourth grade the winners. iteiresnineiiu) wcic act vcu num Two books were presented to table presided over by Misses each of the winning grades by Mrs. Rosemary Koonce. Snow and Barbara Tea By Given Dell YWA Group Amanda Tinkle Young Women's Auxiliary of Dell Baptist Church entertained the "Women's Missionary Union of the church with a tea Wednesday in observance of the auxiliaries' focus week. The tea was given at the home of Mrs. Ed Hardin from 5 to 6 p.m. Misses Laverne Rigsby and Jeanette Henderson presided at the table which was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with a mixed arrangement of snapdragons flanked by white tapers. Those in the receiving line were Misses Carmelita Hinch, Carolyn Jackson and Ernm Ballard. In observance of this week, members have taught Sunday School classes and were in charge of the prayer meeting Wednesday night, Mid-Week Club Conducts Game Mrs. Ed Dicks and Mrs. John Cherry were guests yesterday when the Mid-Week Club met at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Winners in the bridge games following lunch were Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. J, Louis Cherry. Latest In Classics By Sue Burnett A welcome addition to your wardrobe for a new season i.s this softly tailored classic that features tucked detail on the bodice. Pattern No. 8230 is in sizes 12, 14, 16. 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, short sleeve, 5% yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, , Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The latest issue of our pattern magazine contains dozens more smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the spring & summer '55 issue. Newton Whitis, Auxiliary Story Hour chairman, and Mrs. Ira Gray, librarian. Since this contest began Oct. 1, 175 children have attended the Saturday morning sessions. The new contest began last week ind will continue each Saturday morning beginning at 9:30 a.m. at Blytheville Public Library for boys and girls, first through the fourth grades, until May l. Mrs. Killian, Jerry Carter Bridge Winners Mrs. Robert Killian and Jerry Carter of Leachville were first place winners In the four-table Howell movement played last night by the Duplicate Bridge League. They had 51'/i points. In second place were Mrs. O. W. Mccutchen , and Jim Roleson with 47 points. Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. James Ross of Memphis were third place winners with 43',i points. A masterpoint game will be played by the league Saturday afternoon and the Saturday's six- week series will be concluded this week. UDCDelegatesinMemphisToday To Plan for District Convention Plans are being made in by prominent Arkansas leaders of the United Daughters of .the Confederacy for the division convention which is to be held in Blytheville in October. Meeting with Mrs. 'A. I, Slu«ei> of Hope, president o( the Arkansas Division, are presidents and representatives of the three host chapters, i They are Mrs. C. W. Alford from the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of Blytheville; Mrs. George Florida of Osceola and Mrs. Don Fletcher of Joiner, representing the Dr. James Franklin Davies 'Chapter; and Mrs. Alfred Maddux of Hulbert and Mrs P. F. Rambo of Memphis, repra- senting the Crittenden County Chapter. The group were luncheon guests of Mrs. J. F. Sloan at her home at 1600 Peabody Avenue In Memphis. La NueveClub Entertained At Rustic Inn Mrs. N. G. Jerome entertained the La Nueve Bridge Club at the Rustic Inn yesterday afternoon. Red and white chrysanthemums and carnations were used on individual tables where the guests were seated for the dessert-bridge. Mrs. Blan Heath won high in the bridge games, "Mrs. Ben Mac White won second high and Mrs. Melvin Halsell was awarded bridgo. Corps of Engineers Woman's Club Has Luncheon-Meeting at Dixie Pig Corps of Engineers Woman's Club met at the Dixie Pig yesterday for its. monthly meeting. Miss Phillip, Herb Smith i Reign Over Event ! Woodland Corner Baptist Church held a Sweetheart Banquet at the church Monday. Miss Barbara Phillip was crowned queen of the event and Herb Smith was elected king. The Rev. J. L. Brown, pastor of the church, gave the invocation and welcome. Misses Sue King and Eloise Pale presented a duet and Jerry Frankum, Jr., provided a piano solo. Guest speaker was the Rev. Gene Schultz. Fred White gave the benediction. Luncheon was served the 20 members and one visitor, Mrs. Joe Goodman of Phie Bluff, from a T-shape liable. Centering the head table was a log in which was a glided latchet. Nestled in this log were white cushion chrysantnemums and !Bits of News fy/04 t erS ona t Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash are spending the weekend in West Point, Miss., With his father, J. Tyler Nash who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Les Livingston of Springfield, 111., are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richardson, Jr., and children. Mrs. Laura Vinyard of Cape Gi- rai'deau arid Mrs. John R. Bailey, of Portageville are guests in the E. B. Gee home. Mrs. John Knowlton, aunt of Mrs. E. B. Gee, is a patient in jampbell's Clinic after receiving a jroken ankle in a fall at the Gee home here Last night. Mrs. Oee and son, E. B. Jr., are in Memphis with her. E. B. Gee will return home today from a vacation trip to Florida. Mrs. Walter T. Morrow of Little Rock is the weekend guest of her er, Mrs. C. A. CunnmghaM, and Wr. Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Rader, -r., were called to Kansas City, do.,, this morning due to the death >1 Mr. Rader's uncle, George Ney- irs. Mrs. Mary Beth Hardin, of San Francisco, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bright of GosnelL, is ipending several days here with ler parents. Don Coulter of the University of Arkansas is the weekend guest of iss Dixie Killian and her mother, Vlrs. Robert Killian. Misses Gloria Ann Tate and Shirey Sheppard are confined to their lomes with flu. an American flag. Down the length of the tables were white tapers set in beds of red, white and blue confetti. Under the tapers were miniature flags. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Joe Joyner, Mrs. John Petty and Mrs. John W. Prather. In the business meeting presided over by Mrs. ^Everett Clark, vice- president, plans were made for a St. Patrick's Day dinner and dance. The group voted to contribute to the Heart Fund. Mrs. Preston Franks and Mrs. J. W. Turner were winners In the bridge games played during the afternoon and Mrs. A. H. Cole was the canasta winner. Mrs. Burbage, M'rs. Rader Guest of Club Members of the GEO Club were entertained last night by Mrs. Joe McHaney. who invited as her guests Mrs. Ed Burbage and Mrs. Bill Rader. Bridge winners were Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, high, Mrs. Rader, second high, Mrs. Frank Seay, bridgo and Miss Vera Goodrich, traveling prize. A dessert course was served by the hostess. If you're ironing a large piece of fabric, turn your ironing board around so that the iron rests at the narrow end. That way, you get the maximum working space. Don't balance the Iron too far out, however, if your board is the tippy kind. WHY m($t. JosepV MORE? |s^»5PlRiH U 12 Tablets IOC CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service g 21 °nd 'LAUNDRY-CLEANERS SP «T,' CNE DOLLAR For the low price of one dollar you may have a fine quality 6x7 portrait made during our adult introductory offer! And you select from the proof of your choice! Additional prints at re-order price. Offer Expires March 12. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-66ft«_Open til 8 p. m. by Appointment i QUALITY ROLL FILM DEVELOPING New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Tarklngton nnd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tarkington and daughter of Converse, La., have been the guests of their son and brother, Clarence Tarkington, and Mrs. Tarkington. They have returned home except for Mrs. G. J. Tarkington, who remained with her son, who is ill. Mr. and lylrs. Odls Serratt and grandson, Glen Carson, are visiting relatives in Henderson, Tenn. Mrs. Raymond Payne has returned home after spending several weeks in Tampa, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Payne. Mrs. Payne accompanied her home for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Mary Scrape was hostess to the O. R. A. Birthday Club at her home for a 1 p.m, luncheon. The table from which luncheon was served was covered with a centerpiece in keeping with the Valentine motif. The remainder of the afternoon was spent informally and Mrs. John Burks, the honoree, was presented with a gift from the group. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times FR1., & SAT. Double Fealure £ •lw««i*V»n>» (»«"'««/' DAN DURYEA Serial "Buffalo Bill" No. 2 Cartoon "Ten Pin Terrors" SUN., & MON. Double Feature 'RidingShotgun IWARNIRCOLORI SJJ5) WAYNF MORRIS- JOAN WRDON im FKTH METRO NEWS HOLLAND QUEEN — Talitha Smith was crowned basketball queen of Holland Schools at the annual homecoming Tuesday night. She is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal Smith of Holland. (Photo by Yeager) Coming Events FEIDAl' Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Barker entertain Past Matrons and Patrons Club at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Cotillion Club meets at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, OSCEOLA NEWS Mrs. D. H. Biflckwood, Mrs. D V. Maloch, Mrs. R. H. Jones and Mrs. R. E. Thorne were the teach ers of the mission study class in the home of Mrs. James Florida on Monday. The class was conducted In the form of a relay with each teachei leading in the discussion of a chap ter. The book was entitled, "Under the .North Star," on mission work In Alaska begun in 1943. Mrs. D. A. Siler, chairman of the circle, conducted the business ses sion. Miss Virginia Florida assisted the hostess in serving: Mrs. Jettie Driver taught the sam mission book at the circle meeting in the home of Mrs. Prank Wil liams. Low bowls of nandlna berries and potted plants decorated the in terior of the J. S. McCants' honi' on Thursday afternoon when Mrs McCants was hostess to the Glean ers Class . of the First Baptis Church for Its monthly business and social meeting. Mrs. G. C. McKay gave the de votlonal and Mrs D. H. Blackwood guest of the group, gave a mission talk. Other guests of the group were 1/TTLf LIZ— When a guy is intoxicated with love before marriage, he often be<"pmes ounch drunk afterward Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Listen to KLCN at J0;10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rltz & Rosy Program Announcements (WARNER BROS. LAST TIMES TODAY .*>—V*V-N. +, \ AND HIS GIGANTIC ""CIRCUS! »"""" #••!.. a- ..•»£ WARNEHCOLOR ... .liilNBMASCOPE STEREOPHONIC SOUND PAT niiDiCM «''"»"«»™ ^W.SK'-U xs* TMI UDMtn ™or..,l««£SIM»OKMT ««,«,,»«^|jf(£B BROS -fig. WJ PARAMOUNT NEWS & CINEMASCOPE SHORT SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature —AND_ BLACK DAKOTAS m AUliD A8IISIS POURS CARTOON "SATAN'S WAITIN'" SUN. • MON. • TUES. COMBINING THE EXCITING TALENTS OF FOUR ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS! HUMPHREY BOGART Academy Award winner for "The African Queen" AUDREY HEPBURN Academy Award winner for"Roman Holiday" a f WILLIAM HOLDEN Academy Award winner for "StaUg 17" i ftmlwf Vr II1I.I.Y < II.DKII TV 1M WnhnJ," ' VALTM HAMrtlW. XWN WILLIAMS • MAHTHA KVFH . MAN WXB PARAMOUNT NEWS &°CARTOON Mrs A P Crlttendon of Stillwnter, Okla., Mrs. D. A. Slier, Mrs. Roy Dillard, Mrs. Erus Bradshaw and Miss Cora Hogan. Corsages of nandlna berries, a tiny hatchet and a small American flag were given each one present. A salad emphasizing the patriotic motif was served during the social hour. Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. Charles Hale were hostesses to the Literature Department of the Osceola Progressive Club in the Harwell home on Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. V. Q. Mann was pro- mi leader on "News of the Theatre." Mrs. Mann traced the history and development of the legitimate singe and gave in particular detail the origin and work of the Barter Theater at Abingdon, Va., which will appear at Ellis Auditorium in Memphis within a few weeks. Guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Emmel Dunn, Mrs. W. 0. Scroggin, Miss Nettle Gray and Miss Nell Rhodes. A salad course was served by tht hostesses, assisted by Miss RhodM, during the social hour. Mrs. A. F. QrJUendon ot StiH- water, Okla., is the houseguest o/ her sister, Mrs. R. H. Jones, «nd Mr. Jones on Carson Lake. , DID YOU SEE NOBLE GILL PONTIACAD? Turn to Classified Pag« THEATRE On W. Main St. In fflythevill* j Phone 3-4821 \ Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 n.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT .Double Feature Dlr t, [BWIH L. Klllll tni >! "' ">" A Hit Holt fraction FREDASTAIRE CYD CHARISSE Also Cartoon SATURDAY . Double Feature ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL ;** OETOBliC hCTUi* ' SATURDAY OWL SHOW 11:30 P.M. ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL SUNDAY and MONDAY DcuLIe Feature ^ADVENTURE , FROM THE VALLEY if | W¥, OF THE NILE I VAlLEYr^KINGS „ M-G-M 1 S«»»ING ROBERT F.I F.ANOR /'cqloH WLOR-B\RKER - . in . ts T l lj C\RLOS THOMPSON —AND— fwouMo n rwi HMt. mcnt rr (tt«*w IWWC • WIEHTLAI IT MK MK ** MVAUt 3M<*IUOR ' f*» M WM* «*«nVm IWK" **»**» MM • WK ft ALSO CARTOON It's Coming Soon

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