The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1955 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 2, 1955
Page 6
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1956 - Society News - B Ann Mallnrv. SnniHtv Rditnr * Phur Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phune 3-4461 Bits of News ItloMii Personal j SWEEPSTAKES WINKER — At a meeting and flower show of Eastside Garden Club yesterday, Mrs. W. Leonard Smith (right) was winner to the natural and colored divisions and won the :ri- ^° color award also. Mrs. Robert H. Bailey of Osceola and Arkansas j Uon a 7Gu"irHil!s"bude" Ranch State Federated Garden Club president (left), was one of the three j o ce an Springs, Miss. judges. (Courier .Veil's Photo) E. M. Begciioid. E. P. Still and i Fred Fleeman are spending this; week 111 Hot Springs. Mrs. Ralph Deaver and daughters, Julia and Donna, of Clarks- vilie are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lula Rhoads, and her brother Wayne Rhoads. Mr. Deaver will ar- [ rive Sunday to niotor his family ' home. Mrs. Alice Womack returned Sun- j day from St. Louis where she had' been visiting relatives. ] Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., and sons, George, III, Bill and Ben, are spending this week in Senatobia, Miss., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Sheddan. Mrs. Kathleen K irb'y of the Southeastern Area of Red Cross in At-j lanta, Ga., will be met in Memphis] this afternoon by her sister, Mrs. | A, O. Hallman, and Mrs. Beuy; Riales and Mrs. Philip Applebaum, j Who will motor her 10 Blytheville j for a visit with her sister before . going to Tokyo, Japan, where she: Hernando, Miss., Monday, will be stationed for the next two j Miss Duvall wore for her mi years. Mr. and Mrs. harles Buford Young and daughter Deborah, have returned to their home at Beach. Calif., au?r a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young. j Mrs. i'arns McCalla and Mrs. G. W. Dillahumy have been called to; Ripley, Tenn., due la the death of I their uncle, Walter Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Verner Williams and Mrs. J. R. Chapman of SteeLe returned from a week vaca- Mrs. Charles Bates Charles Bates Miss Duvall Exchange Vows HOLLAND — Mr. and Mrs. John Duval! of Holland announce the marriage of their daughter, Bonnie Fay. to Petty Officer 1/C Charles H. Bates, Jr., of Steele, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bates. The marriage ceremony was performed in the Baptist Church at ,ar- riage a pink linen suit with black accessories. She is a 1951 Holland High'School Long arac i ua t e anc i W as enrolled at Ar- here kansas state College before her marriage. The groom is a Steele High School graduate and has been in the Navy for several years. He is presently stationed aboard the Diachenko at San Diego, Calif. The couple plan to return to j California to make their home un! til Mr. Bates is sent overseas the j last of March. Eastside Garden Club Has All-Day Meeting and Show Mrs. Bessie Justus has returned from St. Louis where she spent the weekend Mayo Bell. i weekend visiting her daughter, Program Given Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, M"-1 Bv C 1 TC l£S of John Tyrone, Mrs. Jimmy Ed- j ' Calvary Baptist . Eastside Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Henry ' Mrs. Bill Wyatt : ! this afternoon for Little Rock, : where they will tour the capital and Young yesterday for an all-dav meeting. Mrs. A. D. Priest was! other spots of interest. hncfpcq • * Van Wri2ht of Little &«* will lAi-iiusie^a. visit m thfi yictor Mallory home to _ triangle arrangements which the j night, club will study and make at next j month's meeting. Mrs. Young gave an article on "Modern Grandmothers Work and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan was program leader and was assisted by Mrs. E. A. Rice who spoke "roses," and Mrs. Iverson Morris who spoke on "Bulks Which Can be Planted In Spring." "Soil and Fertilizers for Growing Bulbs," was the topic discussed by Mrs. Taft Meizger and George Muir gave a demonstration on side News In Sports Togs Play at Faster Pace Than Young Mothers." , Mrs. B, A. Bugg presided over the business session when plans were discussed for beautifying the hospital grounds and garden the- Coming Events WEDNESDAY Presbyterian Church members having potluck supper and Foreign Mission program at church. ; NG\V Club meets at nome of ] Mrs. Herbert Graham with Mrs. 'Mrs. Priest is chairman fo this j Charles Crew^hostess,^: 30 p.m. Deborah Sunday School class of First Baptist Church has covered- dish dinner at home of Mrs. O. R. Rcdford, 6:30 p.m. Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church has covered-dish dinner at home of Mrs. E. L. Hale, 7 p.m. Lottie Moon ¥\VA meets with :30 p.m. committee. In the arrangements judged by rvD's. Don Whitney, Mr. Muir and Mrs. Robert H. Bailey of Osceola., Mrs. W. Leonard Smith won first place in the natural and colored iirrnneernents and the Tri-color award. Mrs. Priest won second in the Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church met at the church last night for their program for the Week of Prayer. Topic of the., program presented by Miss Ellen Moore, Miss Lucinda Cole, Mrs. Opal Ayres, Mrs. J. C. Webb, Miss Bonnie Webb. Mrs. Larry Byrum. Mrs. J. H. Melton and Mrs. H. J. Fondren was "Trophies for The King." Mrs. Fondren gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Byrum dismissed the group. linquency." Meeting time is 7:30 p.m Duplicate bridge meeting, 1:15 p.m. and beginners bridge class meeting at Country Club. 7:30 p.m Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist, Church meets at home ; of Mrs. J. W. Shouse, 2 p.m. Miss ! Tressie -Allan and Mrs. E. E. Alexi ander are hostesses. : Chapter N. PEO Sisterhood, | meets with Mrs C. A. Cunningham j at 2 p.m. j Friday Club meets with Mrs natural division and Mrs. Bugg won j Mrs . Lau ; na Evereu , rd ' \ ™MS Season of Prayer for Home; Jiinmv Stevenson. sion was won bv Mrs Tifr Metz i Mjslsons ' Anme Ar msironsr offer-1 Fr idnv Contract Club meets with 51011 \\ds won o\ .MIS. iait Meiz-j m g at First Baptist Church Cov- ger. Mrs. Lee Stiles won third. J ered-riish luncheon at 12 p.m. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. Felix Carney. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Ben Mac White entertains Guest.s of the chib were Mrs. Harold Wright, Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Mrs. Otto Bradberry. Mrs. Earl raham, Mrs. Ray Harrison, Mrs. Roland Howard, Miss Jewel Lee and [La Nueve Club. Mr. and Mrs. McPherson of Pe- ] GEO Club meets with Mrs. John- 'i<i. IU. j son Blackwell. —— - • - | • Mrs. Harry W. Raines entertains I Mi,d-Wenk Club. j Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kibit; zer Club. Mrs. Eciwnrd Burbage entertains Emanon Club. FRIDAY Yarbro FFA having study course and business meeting. Judse Phil in Deer w.!l be guest rpeaker'ar.d will At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Mrs. R. B. Stout. Mrs. Whitney More an, Jr., entertains Club. SATURDAY University Club meets at Hotel Noble. 9 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Sl'XDAY Wedding of Miss Rosemary Monaghan to E. B. Ge. Jr., at 4 p.m at First Baptist Church. city By Sue Burnett The ever-popular halter neckline j sudress that's a 'must.' nil sum-; n*.:r. Topped with a brief co'.vr-up; bflero. Pattern No. 8931 is in sizes 11, 12.1 13, 14, 16, 18. 20, dress, 3 : '- yard. Albert Wrieht, city Mrs. Earl "McGregor, Ira Gray, city Dismissed: Chickasawba Hospital Siusan Dunkley. city B. A. Bugg, city Mr-. Jack Elliott, city Mrs. Roscoe C ration. Jr.. city Mrs. Dclma Reid and baby, Holland R. E. Dn\'i.s city Mrs. Ernest Porter, Madisonville, Ky. Walls Hospital Mrs. Billy Ear! Smith and baby, Rt. 2, city Mrs. Je.sse Stevens, Rt. 1. city Mrs. Beatrice Edwards, Manila Mrs. Prances Hecksher, James Ray bum, city Mi'.s. Jnck Melvin. city \V, A. Maughan, Rt. -I, city city speak on "Four Warnings of De- Draperies and Slip Covers lookinqDrab? StaNu Revises Draperies and of 35-inch; bolero, 1 ',s yards For this pattern, send 35c Enlarged pores usually indicate ' «,i<,r i COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The latest issue of our pattern magazine contains dozens more smart, easy to saw st yles for nil ages. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the spring & summer '55 issue. j oiJiness of the skin and caUs for, extra efforts of skin cleanliness with j wot lots of soap and water washings It I *"P « also means eating green vegetables i NO and fresh fruits and drinking six was to eight glasses of water daily. Dnd lli'p s 3nd fit he! ir. Fobfia and Here's an exercise designed to help scrawny arms, Place your arms at shoulder level. With the palms of your hands, push away an imaginary wall. Do this 20 times daily. eri loil longerl (tiro thtfrge for Sto'Nu flnlihing r drYdeoninjj i«rvk«! Call u» today! C& W Cleaners 300 S. Division '8 Ph. 3-13-13 CNC DCLL/U3 For the low price of orie dollar you may have a fine quality 5x7 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 3-8666—Open lil 8 p. m. by Appointment QUALITY ROLL FILM DEVELOPING Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At Ml Times AVKD., & THURS. Double Feature That Academy Award Man! / FOR \ BTAUG W WILLIAM HOLDENg in another happy G.I. story *j( A GIRL FOR JOE —AND— Classes for Bridge Players To Begin at Country Club " A special program to stimulate bridge playing among members of the Country Club and their families , will get underway Friday with the Ladies of the Club sponsoring two free classes. A meeting of those "w:io Know nothing about bridge" afld those who are not expert players will be held Friday night, 7:30 o'clock, at the Country Club. At that time, time of the lessons will be decided upon and other arrangements completed. It is planned to have classes several times weekly, both afternoon and night, in order to have a convenient time for all participants. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steele, Mo., will be in charge of the teaching staff with assistants to be named after the class is planned Friday night. Among these will be Mrs. Samuel P. Norris, president of the sponsoring group. The class for experienced bridge players desiring to learn duplicate and those wanting to practice duplicate bridge playing will get underway Friday afternoon, -1:15 o'clock, at the Country Club. Plans have been completed for this class which will meet each Friday afternoon. An informal discussion period will take place first, followed by regular duplicate bridge games for which certified points will be given. Mrs. C. C. Councille. director of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League, will direct the class and games. Chairman of this class is Mrs. A. H. McManus and assisting- her 1 be Mrs. Henry Humphreys, Buffet Dinner Given for PEO Husbands Here A buf/et supper was given last chairman of the Country Club Duplicate League. „ Members joining this class may contact any of these committee members who will secure more experienced partners for them each session. Both classes are planned to continue until June 1 at which time members are expected to be "promoted" with the beginners class ready to take up duplicate bridge, if desired, and the duplicate class to be ready for tournament play. DYESS NEWS Mrs. J. E. JACOBS At a recent meeting, Mrs. Homer Clifton. Mrs. R. R. Holland and Mrs. Ray Cash were appointed to make plans for repairs on the Dyess Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rogers and Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Have Regular Monthly Meetings Here Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. W. 0. Reeves, last night with Mrs. Hank Dodd and Mrs. Ted Bourzikas hostesses. In the business session, officers were elected for the coining year. Mrs. Foy Eichleson was named president; Mrs. Hank Dodd, vice- president; Mrs. H. G. Caffey. re- baby Thur Wood. Miss Alice Taff of Bebee Junior College spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taff. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Faulkner of Joiner spent Saturday here with Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hall. Pfc. David Vaughn of Port Jackson, S. C., leaves for Camp this weekend after a two-week visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Vaughn. The Rev and Mrs. W. W. Peterson returned Saturday from Warrenburg, Mo., where they were called Wednesday due to the illness of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Sherman Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fitzgerald of Chicago spent the weekend here as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil Sornson. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kendrick of Pontiac, Mich., arrived! Indio, Calif., are now with her par- for a week's visit with' relatives. Several from Dyess attended th tournaments at Marmaduke am Harrison last week. E, A. Nichols and family return ed Thursday from Florida wher they spent several weeks. . Vernon Butler received a burn& night by members of Chapter N [ hand from hot tar in an acciden ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hlg- ginbotham. Mrs. Micky. McArthur and daughter, Starla Kay, of Hughes, Ark., spent the wekend here with relatives. Mrs. Louise Jennings and chil- mers. • dren of Lepanto spent Sunday here Miss Pauline Wiliams of Mem-1 as guests of her parents, Mr. and phis spent the weekend here wtih Mrs. J. S. Barnes. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith and Mrs. Elmer Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Matlock and Gail and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Seitz of Osceola came Friday to attend the funeral of Harry Sum- PEO Sisterhood for their husbands at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr. The buffet table was centered with a candelabra holding green tapers to carry out the St. Patrick's Day theme. Around the base of the candelabra were shamrocks and greenery. White tapers sitting on a styro- 'oam base which was studded with shamrocks nestled in green net centered the individual tables. Jonquils* and white chrysanthe- LUms were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Following the supper, the remainder of the evening was spent informally. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kenny now home. Mr. Kenny has been E patient in Kennedy Veterans Hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Austin ChapJar went to Marmaduke Friday nigh for the ball game and from ther they went to Corning to spend the weekend with their son, Billy L Yates, and Mrs. Yates. A/3C Williams Barnes is here from Biloxi, Miss., after his leavi he will go to Scott Field near St Louis, Mo. S/Sgt. Erwin Wood from Dobbins Air Force Base, Marietta, Ga. spent the weekend here as guest i his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B Cartoon 'Boo Ribbon Winner' Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements • WED. • THURS. • FRI. The suspense story of the year about a town that hid its shame in reign of terror! CINEMASCOPE SPENCER TRACY ROBERT RYAN BAD DAY AT BIACK ROCK S" W • OWN JIGGER -MR NENHW • JOHN ERICSflN *.*,!, miuRD mm • K,«M h IOHN SIUR6K • »*«.< » DDIi $C«m . >« M.C.H nciuu PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS -Coming Soon to Ritz— "THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS" Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Warhurst and children of Memphis spent the weekend here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs and .son, Ronnie, called at the J. L. Jacobs home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elz Ford and sons of Wilson spent Sunday in Dyess with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hargraves. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. wilkes and children of Memphis spent Sunday .fternoon home. in the Tom Anderson cording secretary; Mrs. Bourzikas, corresponding secretary; Mrs. David Miles, treasurer, and Mrs, Dick Shanks, Mrs, Ed Parks and Mrs. Gene Todd, city council representatives. Plans were made for the Woman of the Year Dinner at Hotel Noble, April 5 and a Mothers Day Banquet with Mrs. Dodd elected chairman of the committee and Mrs. Miles and Mrs. Todd.elected to assist her. Mrs. Christine Parker was elected to the golden age committee. in the social hour, party foods were served buffet style from a table centered with a crystal epergne filled with yellow roses and flanked by yellow tupors. Red roses were used on the buffet and mixed spring flowtvs and pink dogwood were used in the living room. Alpha Alpha Chapter met at the home of Mrs. Smith with Mrs. Everett Peterson and Mrs, Charles Craig host:.-:s. Mrs. Jack Owen presided over the meeting when committee reports were given and plans discussed for the Woman of the Year dinner and Founders Day banquet. Mrs. Dan McCaskiJJ was elected as Alpha Woman of Year. Kxempler Cxemplcr Chapter met at the home of Mrs. Joe McHaney and had as guest speaker Louis Cherry who spoke on "Roses and Their Growth." A ritual was held for one new member, Mrs. Fred Steadman, and election of officers was held. Officers chosen were Miss Vera Goodrich, president; Mrs. McHaney, vice-president; Mrs. Jim Smothermon, secretary; Mrs. Andy Moses, corresponding secretary; and Mrs, Jess Davis, treasurer. Mrs. Randal Hnwxs presided over the meeting when all members were present. They also discussed the Woman of the Year banquet.

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