The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 23, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - Society News - i» Ann Mallorv. Society Editor- * Phor Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor- lone 3-4461 Excellent Rating Attained When Blytheville Choirs Enter Event Excellent ratings were attained by the Blytheville Boys' Ensemble Girls' Glee Club and high school acapella choir yesterday when they journeyed to Newport to attend the Northeast Arkansas Choral Festival Seventeen schools participated i this event and Dr. Irvin Wolfe c peabody College, Nashville, Tenn ppaboav UOUCKC, i\it5uni«.i *•-• »«...-, >....*. u ~..~ — . was guest adjudicator. Dr. Haskell Elbert Huffman and Mrs. Scrape. and Mr. Meharg of Arkansas State College music department assisted in judging the ensembles. . The 145 Blytheville students who Mrs. Warren Entertains inc Lt>i jjijuii.,'"^ entered the event were under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry and accompanists were Ralpn j fi_ | <-)Wn CJuD Nichols and Miss Emily Damon. Ill lUWM^IUU Miss Damon was also soloist with the choir. Parents accompanying the group to Newport were Mrs. F. E. Scott, Mrs. Joe Beasley, Mrs. W. E. Oenning Mrs. Johnny Johnson, Mrs. jess'Horner, Mrs. H. 0. Blankenship, Mrs. Jess White, Mrs. W. E. Golden, Mrs. Leonard Johnson; Mrs. Bill Michael, Mrs. John Sparks, Miss Jewel Lee; Mrs. Glenn Ladd, Mrs. J. W, Rnyder, Mrs. O- M. Mitchell, Mrs. B. C. CoLeman, Mrs. Roy Woods, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Larkin, Mrs. Harold Sudbury; Mrs. Sam Owens, Mrs. Paul Jobe, Mrs. J. Louis Emmert, the Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Sanford, Mrs. Dale yesterday when the TrJ-Town Club played at the home of Mrs. Bob Warren. Those guests were Mrs. I. E. Coleman, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. Pred Kelly and Mrs. M. J. Cuadra. A dessert course preceded the games and a straw; basket filled with spring dotted with room. Mrs. Newton Harpole wtre games. If You Wear A Half-Size By Sue Burnett You'll be pleased with this good looking classic that is a special design for you. Short or three quarter sleeves. Pattern No. 8177 is in sizes \2\ 2 , 14! a, 16 l i>, 18' 2 , 20| i, 22i2, 24 \ 2 . -Size 14>a, shin sleeve, 3>i yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired,- and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Dismissed: Courier News, 372 W. Quincy "-- •"-Street, Chicago 6, 111. Include an additional 25 cents with your pattern order for the latest issue of our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The spring & summer '55 issue is filled with smart, sew-easy styles. Dunlap, Mrs. W. J. Willingham, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. L. D. Wade, Mrs. Oene MeCuire, Mrs, A table of guests were present flowers which were butterflies and bees was the focal point in the living Whitis and winners in Guests Present At Meeting Of Yarbro HD Club Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Dave Abbott yesterday with 10 members snd two visitors, Mrs. Huldah Markham and Mrs. Mary Scrape, present. The eye-opener was a crocheted table cloth Mrs. Abbott had made. Etiquette tips were given by Mrs. Lee Stiles. Following group singing, Mrs. Johnny Burton gave the devotional and Mrs. Abbott read a poem. Roll call was answered with "What I Plan to Make for Easter." In the business session, plans were discussed for the dress revue which will be held at Yarbro School, April 22. In the social hour the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Westbrook Winner At NN Bridge Club Mrs, J. L. Westbrook won high high score and bridge last night when the NN Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. James Vest. Second high was won by Miss Betty Ann Harbor. Mrs. Carolyn Berry was a guest of the group. Japonica branches were used in ' the entertaining rooms and a des- Ay^i^lVPmPnt" sert course was served. /YlUVCl I ICI ll At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Enoch Austin, city Mrs. Clarence Knipple, city Bobby Price, city I/. L. Devasher, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Henry Pollard, city Mrs. Katharine Grable. city Mrs. Ernest Wilson, city Lewis Zahner, Steele Walls Hospital Mrs. Pearl Lane, Manila JBits of News IfloiUy j- erionat Thurman Rowlett was guest speaker yesterday when Colonel John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonists met at Hole! Noble. Mrs. Crawford Noble introduced Mr. Rowlett, who spoke on "The Mrs. Louise Payne spent the History <* Early Arkansas Set- Spring Flowers Decorate Barnes Home auu winuicii «..i> t u: ucic ^..^uoj Spring flowers were used to deco- night for an extended visit with rate the home of Mrs. Utho Barn- weekend in Jonesboro with her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Sanderson, and Mr. Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason left yesterday for Bethesda and Aberdeen, Md. In Bethesda they will visit Mrs. Mason's sister, Mrs Hamilton,Talbott, and Mr. Talbott and in Aberdeen they will visit with their son, Gary, who is stationed With the Army at Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Mrs. Ernest Wilson was transferred from Chickasawba Hospital to Baptist Hospital, Memphis, yesterday. Mrs. C. M. Cook and daughter, Ann, have returned to their home in Canton, Miss., after visiting Mrs. Lola Culbertson here. While here, Mrs. Cook and daughter and Mrs. Culbertson visited Jim Culbertson, who is stationed at Camp Chaffee with the Army. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Dan McLean and children arrived here Saturday his mother, Mrs. D. C. McLean. They were enroute to Anchorage, Alaska, where Colonel McLean will be stationed with the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ford announce the birth of a son. Lloyd B. Ford, Jr.. March 18 at Walls Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ford also have a daughter, Marjorie Jane. .Mrs. Ford is the former Wanda Shanks. Mrs. Henry Pollard, who underwent major surgery last week at Chickasawba Hospital, is now at her home in Yarbro. Mrs. Edith Kellogg of Boston, Mass., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. C. W. Afflick, and Mr. Afflick here. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wright and Elwopd Deen were in Memphis yesterday to be with Mrs. Wright's and Mr. Deen's brother. John Deen, of Brinkley, who underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital. Mr. Deen is in Room 561 and his condition is reporter to be satisfactory. Condition Mr. Rowlett Guest Speaker AtDACMeeting tiers." The chaplain, Mrs. W. Marion Williams, opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. J.'C. Ellis, regent, presided over the business session. Following the meeting the group had a luncheon in the Colonial Room. They were seated at a T-shaped table decorated with arrangements of giant yellow and white jonquils and white spirea in antique silver wine coolers. Mrs. E. R. Mason and Mrs, Noble were hostesses for yesterday's meeting. of Bassett v a : Mrs, Hattie Potter former resident and sister of Mrs. C. R. Collins, and who underwent major surgery at Baptist Hospital, Memphis. Monday, is reported to be very much improved, Mrs. Virgil Greene returned home yesterday from Memphis, where she has been undergoing treatment for the past three weeks. She was accompanied home by her daughters, Mrs. Ernest L. Parker, and Mrs. Ralph L. Odley of Lexington, Ky., Who arrived in Memphis Saturday. es yesterday when she was hostess to the CIS Bridge Club. Guests of club members were Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, Mrs. Randal Hawks and Mrs. Bill Hodge. Bridge winners were Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, high, Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., second high, and Mrs. Elmwood Deen, Bridge. A dessert course preceded the games. Bridge Party Given By Mrs, Moore Mrs. Forrest Moore entertained with a dessert bridge at her home last night. Five tables of guests were present. Massive arrangements of various shades of spring flowers were used throughout the Moore home. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. M. J. Koehler, high score, Mrs. R. H. Geary, second high, Mrs. Everett Peterson, bridge, and Mrs. Earl Brownlee, traveling prize. Bridge League Plays Howell Blytheville Country Club Bridge League played a six-table Howell movement last night with Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs, P. D. Foster winning first place with 89 points. Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins with 82 points won third, place for Mrs. S. E. Tune nd Mrs. F. E. Black. spring. Newer than navy and very smart for dressy occasions. Joan Lutes Honored On Tenth Birthday Coming Events WEDNESDAY NOW CTub meets with Mrs. Don Morris, 409 S. First. 7:30 p. m. THURSDAY George Hubbard, Jr. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. LSI Nueve Club meets with Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Miss Barbara Carter entertaining Emanon Club. Altrusa Club meets in Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. 7 p.m. FRIDAY Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Prank Hall. '- — i •-—• Mrs. R. A. Porter entertaining second place and 80! 2 points won p r j(jay Club. Woman's Club having 1 p. m. covered-dish luncheon. John Connors, interior decorator from Mem- The black suit has a new look for phis, will be guest speaker. , . Mrs. R. C. Farr entertaining Friday Contract Club. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28,195B Razorback Is Meeting Place For Octave Club The Rnzorback was the meeting place last night for the Octave Club when Mrs. Phillip Applebnum was hostess. She Imd as her guest Mrs. Turner Kisell. In Knmes played, Mrs. Kisell won high score and Mrs. Betty Rlales won low score. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. THEY'LL HATCH OR BUST—Patricia Ann Codbee of Miami Beach. Fin.. IhinUs she can natch eggs as well as any old goose Ancl she's going to prove it or bust (the e^".s) The 21-year-old is giving herself 29 days to bei 1 ime a mn .TII d -v "Mother Goose." She'll sit on nine eg"S. witli-nil leaving them for more than four minutes at a time. At night, as shown at right, she'll turn the eggs just like a goose would do. your calorie budget for the day. Here are a few tips on watching your weight while eating out, and no one will be the wiser. Pass up the bread and butter, however tempting it is. Same goes for crackers. Four of those dry things are the same calorie count Joan Lutes, daughter of Mr. and as a s ij ce O f ] OV ely bread. Mrs. Harry Lutes, was honored on Ask ll)a t the salad dressin her 10th birthday Sunday when a •-" -" —..j T * — „— party was given at the Dogwood Clubhouse by her parents. The clubhouse was decorated with green, pink and grey crepe paper streamers. Colored balloons hung from the ceiling. A green cloth overlaid the refreshment table and centering the table were the green and pink birthday cake and animals made from balloons. In the games played prizes were won by Jackie Middleton, Don Booker, Joan Keeling and Wynne Johnson. Favors of balloons were given the guests. The hostess was assisted in serving cake, ice cream and iced drinks by Marilyn, Sandra and Gloria Lutes. g be left off your salad. If you can find a little vinegar, it may add to the taste of that heap of lettuce. 'Ask that the gravy be left off your meat, if you have ordered a hot platter. Try to pick items from the menu that are baked, boiled or broiled. Avoid like gossip fried meats, potatoes and other vegetables. In most places, you can order- buttermilk, rather than drinking whole milk. If skim milk is offered, that's a help, too. The teen-age waistline battle can be won by concerted effort. Don't forget it the times you eat out. Watch Lunch If You Diet By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor There's a new synthetic ironing board that won't get wet. even | if you're using a steaming iron. It • fits 'smoothly with a draw-string • to any normal board, can be wiped off to clean. It's easy for a woman who's Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. aro und home all day to find and ™"-« ^">''—"i T,. j. eep a sens jb] e diet. But it's much tougher for a teen-ager, for she. in many cases, must eat lunch in a cafeteria. Or, if she works, she must eat out at lunch. She has no control over how her food is cooked or what kind is on the docket for today. Unfortunately, a hard-won battle to get your mother to poach eggs instead of frying them, to avoid sating French fried potatoes, can be defeated with one meal out. An unsubstantial meal at the corner luncheonette can put a big hole in LHE Club meeting with Mrs. Thomas Dorris. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Key Club of Blytheville High School having banquet at Woman's Club, 7 p.m. OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS America's Favorite Children's Shoes Look for the picture of Buster Brown and his dog, Tige, in each pair of shoes you get for your children. It's the sign of Buster Brown quality ... famous for over 50 years. Smack It! 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