The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 26, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1955 - Society News - _ A -*, Mnll,.»-v Snpiotv RVIitor * Phoni Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 John Conners of Memphis Guest SpeakeratWomaii'sClubMeeting John Conners, an interior decorator, from Memphis was guest speaker yesterday afternoon when the Woman's Club met. He chose as his topic of discussion "Our Profession," and illustrated his talk with samples of the latest materials and cotors in carpeting and drapes. He also presented pictures of the new modern furniture. His talk was preceded by a covered dish luncheon which was served buffet style from tables overlaid with pastel cloths and centered with arrangements of mixed spring flowers. Mrs. Calvin Czeschin was chairman of the hostess committee and those assisting her were Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, Mrs. H. L. Harp, Mrs. B. F. Gay, Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Gordon Harris, Mrs. Elmer Norman, Mrs. , Sidney Platt, Mrs. J. D, Smith, Mrs. J. H. Seeman and Mrs. Sam Owens. The business session was presid- All Members Of Friday lub Present All members of the Friday Club were present yesterday when the flub met at the home of Mrs. R. A. Porter for luncheon and an af- ernoon of bridge games. Jonquils and japonica were used o form the centerpiece for the luncheon table and to decorate the entertaining rooms. Bridge winners were Mrs. Bob jOgan, high and bridgo, and Mrs. Farris McCalla, second high. Mrs. Hall Entertains Vend red! Club Members and guests of the Vendredi Bridge Club were entertained tit the home of Mrs. Frank Hall last night. Guests of the club were Mrs. R. W. Graves, Mrs. Everett Peterson and Mrs. Robert L. Turner. Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson won high score in the bridge games. Mrs. Bill Slack won second high and bridgo was won by Mrs. Turner. An Easter theme was carried out in the salad course served at the conclusion of the games by the hostess. » Tops In Daytimers 8175 ii 14-46 By Sue Burnett So neat and fresh looking — so comfortable to wear and care for A collarless daytime dress that buttons down the side. Pattern No. 8175 is in sizes 14 16, 18. 20; 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 16 4|^ yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM EER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. Include an additional 25 cents with your pattern order for the latest issue 1 of our pattern catalog Basic FASHTON. The spring summer '55 issue is filled will smart, sew-easy styles. T!"ED SHOES MEAN 'IRED FEET! °ut Spring 'nto your step now! HALTER'S QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 \V. Main ed over by Mrs. H. C. Bush and 75 ot the club members were present at the meeting. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Key Club of Blytheville High School having banquet at Woman's Club, 7 p.m. MONDAY Trinity Baptist church circles meet. Jewel Abcrnathy circle meets vtth Mrs. Alvis Harris, 2 p.m. Evelyn Stanford Circle meets vith Mrs. Henry Berry, 208 W. Davis, 2 p.m. Circle Three meets with Mrs. E. G. LoVell with Mrs. W. R. Wiliams, co-hostess, 2 p.m. Executive Board of Christian Women's Fellowship of First Chrisian Church meets at the church, 0:30 a.m. Bring-a-dish luncheon vill be held at noon and the pro;ram will follow at 1:30 p.m. WMU Executive Board of First Baptist Church meets at the home Mrs. W. Marion Williams. TUESDAY Mrs. Riley B. Jones entertalnini Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Russell H. Farr entertain- ng Tri-Town Club. NN Bridge Club meets with Mrs Frank Wagner. Jr. Country Club Bridge League meets. Mrs. Ehvood Deen entertains CIB Bridge Club. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. Max 0. Usrey. WEDNESDAY Mrs. S. C. Owens entertaining Club Eight. Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Town and Country Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertaining TLE Bridge Club at Razorback. THURSDAY Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertaining La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League playing Special Winners Game. Miss Jettye Claire Huffman entertaining GEO Club. Emanon Club meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Mid-Week Club. FRIDAY Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs. James C. Guard entertaining Friday Club with a Umcheon at Mrs. Logan's home. Chapter N. PEO Sisterhood, meets at home of Mrs. R. A. Nelson ftt 2 pm.. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Bits of News IfjoMu j-^er6onai Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young have returned from Mayfield, Ky., where they went especially to visit their daughter, Mrs. Jake Redder, Mr. Redder and infant son, Michael Donnie. Mrs. E. L. Bowles, Mrs. Joe Croner, Mrs. Hiram Alexander and Mrs. Jim Morgan of Osceola visited, friends in Blytheville yesterday. Mrs. Lena Rubenstein of Osceola visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs .Ike Miller several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner spent Wednesday in Memphis on business. Mrs. Abe Liverant of Luxora. who received a broken hip in a :all several months ago, is now able to be out and visited with 'riends in Blytheville this week. Mrs. H. L. Chambers left from St. Louis yesterday for Cranford, N. J.. to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. G. Snipes, Mr. Snipes and family. Mrs. Chambers was motored to St. Louis by Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Alexander. Mrs. O. Shonyo and Mrs. W. H. Stovall are in Memphis today to attend the "Ice Follies." Mrs. F. B. Scott entered Campbell's Clinic in Memphis yesterday afternoon to undergo treatment for several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves and grandson, Ronnie, left last night Fort Hood, Tex., to be with their son and father, Wade Reeves. Jr., 'who is seriously ill in the post hospital there. . Pvt. Bobby McFarland will arrive home tonight from Camp Gordon. Ga., to spend a furlough here with his wife, Mrs. Nancy McFarland, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cary McFarland. Gary Farr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, is confined to his home with the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson returned last night from Little Rock. While there. Mr. Henderson attended a state board meeting of seed dealers. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall are spending the weekend in Itta Bena. Miss., with Mrs. Hall's parents who are celebrating their 61st wedding anniversary tomorrow. Mrs. Dan Tyler arrived here tats night from Atlanta, Ga., for visit with her sister, Mrs. G. H. De Long, and family. Mrs. Dick Burns returned today from Searcy where she has spent this week at the bedside of her father, John Larker, who is seriously ill after suffering a heart attack Monday. A. H. Webb spent yesterday in Cape Girardeau on business. While there. He attended a banquet-meeting of lumber dealers. Senior Girls Entertain With Dance Immediately following the Blytheville High School senior plays last night a formal dance was given at the Woman's Club. Hostesses for the dance were Misses Martha Bean, Carmen Gary, Polly Deer. Mary Alice McWaters, Peggy Taylor, Linda Rxyder and Sharon Hendrix. Approximately 100 students attended the affair. Easter colors were used in the decorations with a yellow cloth overlaying the refreshment table and mixed spring flowers forming the centerpiece. Silver appointments were used on the table. Chaperons were Mrs. Fred Bean, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. j. W. Rayder, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe, Mrs Lendennie Fowler, Mrs. R. A. Cary and Mrs. Philip Deer. Mrs. Stout Wins High At Contract Club At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dick Green. Huffman Jan Davis, city Mrs. Bill Raspberry, city Chickasiuvbn Hospital Dismissed: Don Copelnnd. city Mrs. Max Briley, city Jerry Tally, city Airs. Tom Martin, Dell Mrs. Oliver Richardson, city Porter K. Harris, Steele Read Courier News Classified Ads Mrs. Siegbert Jiedel, Mrs. Arthur Vance and Mrs. Jesse White were guests yesterday when Mrs. C. W .Garrigan was,hostess to the Friday Contract Club at her home. In the bridge games prizes Were awarded to Mrs. R. B. Stout and Mrs. Jiedel. A dessert course preceded the ames. A child's tiny puffed sleeve needn't be ironed. Smooth 11 around a burnt-out lightbulb of the right size when it's damp. Lei it dry that way—puffy and pretty. PAINT & WALL PAPER FREE ESTIMATES LOW PRICES E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phone 3-4551 THEATRE "Osceo/a's Finest" RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR, WORKS Ml Cl. Uke ATC. j Phi). 3-6911 GEM -STARlGlODAY- at. Sun Jon. Tues, March 26-27-28-29 Brenda Shanks Feted On Sixth Birthday Brenda Shanks was honored on her sixth birthday yesterday with a party given her by her mother, Mrs. John Shanks. Nine children were present at the party and pink and green were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. Following the games, refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Mass Fish Deaths Leave Deep Mystery millions of little fish piled deep i the water. But there was no clu to the cause of their death. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettyt Nell* Starr The Bundle Coffee sponsored by the Junior Service Auxiliary, held Thursday morning at the Seminole Club, was a huge success. The young women, dressed in their prettiest frocks, greeted each guest. The affair, though informal, was decorated by the members, to represent the things dear to a child's heart. Easter bunnies and colored eggs. The flora] decorations, and there were many, were works of art. One in particular was a bowl filled with early spring blossoms with the focal point being a red cabbage snipped to look like an immense open rose. Standing guard over the heavily laden refreshment table was a three-foot purple bunny looking down on a flower arrangement circled with gaily colored Easter eggs. One display, marfe by the talented Mrs. E. L. Taliaferro, depicted handicapped children, for which the auxiliary is doing a wonderful job in helping. The young women want to take this medium in thanking all who came to the party and gave generously to the cause. The Thrift Shop will- open as soon as the clothing can be sorted and marked for selling. Miss Ruth Hilmouse, field representative of Atlanta, conducted a workshop Wednesday evening at the meeting or the Presbyterian Women of the Church. Thirty women of the three circles were present. A covered dish supper preceded Miss Hillhouse's workshop program. The movement Miss Hillhouse stressed in her "Forward with Christ" program, was every member's participation at the various circle meetings. This year's study on Romans was discussed in round-table fashion with the 30 in attendance. Her emphasis was on going to the circles fully informed by consultini work books and other literature, that each individual would gain a broader knowledge ot the Bible by going prepared. Butch Cowan is ill at his home with mumps. Hale Jackson of Kansas City was an Osceola visitor during the past week. Miss Mildred Osment of Jones- LANSING. Mich. Itfl — Another of boro, Christian Educational secre- nature's mysteries has come along tary, who came to Osceola the to kill ituuie o mi'oienes iiiii uuiue aiung tary, wriu came LU usueuia uie o tantalize man. It's the "selective past week to teach a course on Kill" of millions of tiny shiners of "Christianity and Wealth," to the Michigan's streams within a few Women's Society of Christian Serv- days. ice of the Methodist Church, was Pish and wildlife experts were at complimented by members of the a loss to .say why it happened. The organization during her stay hi in Osceola. On Tuesday, Mrs. Robert Nichol • me viiust: ui men uL-aui. entertained at a luncheon in her Naturalists call it a "selective j honor. That evening, Mrs. Joe kill." because only one kind of fish j Rhodes, Sr,. had a group over to died. In the early 1940s there was' her home for a six o'clock dinner, a selective kill of smelt. That tasty; Mrs. C. M. Harwell entertained little fish lay ankle-deep on the' at luncheon Wednesday and on shores of Lakes Huron and Michi-j Thursday, Mrs. E. H. Burns en- n. ' tertained at luncheon and that eve"There are a lot of theories but ning. Mrs. Eugene Shaneyfelt en- none of them can entirely be sup- ; tertained at dinner in Miss Os- ported by facts," says Dr. Justin 1 merit's honor. W. Leonard, research administrator of the state conservation de partment. Have to hide tears? Do this: smother your nose in cold cream. Remove it, then bathe your face in hot then cold water. Then splash your eyes with icy water. Lie flown with cotton dipped in ice water or witch hazel on your eyelids. Stay] there 10 minutes. ' H. L. Stanfill attended the superintendent's meeting in Chicago last week, returning home Sunday. Mrs. Emmet Dunn is a surgical patient in Baptist Hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Ira Wright underwent surgery Wednesday at Methodist Hospital, Memphis. The Three Table Pitch Club met THEATRE On W. Slain St. In Blytheville = Phone 3-4H21 GILBERT ROLAND • RICHARD EGAN • LORI NELSON' I C:,M,I », iwsmtis • siniMi.,., MIII mm • >,».,« >, mm \m\rn Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p. m.—Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p. m. SATURDAY Double Feature ONSTER FROM THE OCEAN RAT —AND— "STAGECOACH to MONTEREY" Starring Allen (Rocky) Lane —ALSO— CARTOON & SERIAL SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature JOHN WAYNE GAIL RUSSELL — AN D — A OH I AH WAlTEft fOMtSI -IOOtK-mmN TUCK* A MPUILIC MODUCTION Wednesday with Mrs. W. C. Mason. The entertaining rooms, with arrangements of spring blossoms, lent a spring atmosphere to the party, despite the weather outside. In addition to the regular members, Mrs. Mason invited Mrs. Harry Driver, Mrs. Ed Quinn, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth. Mrs. H. J. Levenstein, Mrs. V. C. Colbert, Mrs. J. L. Ward and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr, to play with her club. Dessert of angel food cake topped with whipped cream and fresh raspberries was served upon arrival of the guests. Mrs. J. .A Pigg was high score winner in the club, Mrs. Quinn won high guest prize, Mrs. Joe Cromer. club bridgo and Mrs. Levenstein, guest bridgo. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thome are entertaining their daughter, Mrs. Herbert Wilson, and two children of Donaldson, Ark. Mrs. Garner Robbins visited her brother, C. H. Dallas, and Mrs. Dallas in Tupelo, Miss., during the past week. An Easter motif was carried out in the dessert course when Mrs. J. H. Hook entertained the Four Table Bridge Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Parfait glasses of ice cream in Easter colors topped with tiny candy eggs .individual cakes with fluffy litle chickens in vivid colors perched on top and pastel mints, made a colorful plate. Hyacinths in pink, blue and white and yellow daffodils furthered the Easter theme. The guest list included Mrs. Horace Moore, Sr., and Mrs. Moore, Jr., of Corona Lake, Mrs. Charlie Stockley of Marion, Mrs. James B. Clarke of Blytheville and Mrs. Kate Hale. Mrs. Clarke won the prize for the guests, Mrs. Ed Quinn won high club prize and Miss Blance Cleere won bridgo. Mrs. Charlie Lowrance was hostess Thursday when she invited members of the Town and Country Canasta Club to her home at Driver for a one o'clock luncheon. Spring flowers were evident throughout the Lowrance home. Miss Martha Ann Moore and Mrs. Guy Newconib of Houston, Tex., were special guests Monday evening when Mrs. Ralph Wilson entertained her bridge club. Mrs. Edward Driver won high score and Mrs. Newconib won second A dessert course was served. Mrs. W. T. Lyttle invited HS her special ?uest to play at her canasta club Thursday, Mrs. Euple Guest A dessert course preceded the canasta games. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Coleman were in Fayetteville during the past week and attended the scrimmage game while there. Mrs. Margaret Jones of Memphis, mother of Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf, is a patient in Osceola Memorial Hospital. Percy AUen is a patient in Baptist Hospital, Memphis. ALSO CARTOON Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature "JESSE JAMES vs. THEDAITONS" 6, yl riw .(muwl CWTU —And — Serial, "Buffalo Bill" No. 7 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature ....... TECHNICOLOR -AND- nuu KM IOU« i ___TMCY-«SAWBl FALUN I MANILA NEWS I By RUTH IIOKNE Twenty-five Manila PHA girls, accompanied by their faculty sponsor, Mrs. Lucille Cumminys, will attend the state PHA convention in Little Rock Friday and Saturday. Mrs. J. T. Harris .has been cm- ployed as study hall keeper at Manila High School. Mr. and Mrs. Hulen Faulkner and sons were guests of relatives in St. Louis last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brewer and daughter, Shirley, of Milllgan will leave Thursday night for" San Antonio, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brewer and daughter. Future Homemakers will sponsor their annual Hobo Day March 31. If you have work you would like the girls to do, contact Mrs. Lucille Cummings at the home economics cottage or phone Norita Davis, chapter president. uge, asked the cooperation of the boys In this project recently. He said that since a large amount of the timber had been cut on Big Lake that the ducks, which are natives of this section, have no nesting places except In hollow logi or trees. Raccoons, which are the ducks worst enemies, have killed so many of them that the government had to close the season on them. By building these nesting boxes th« boys hope to increase the number greatly. When all boxes are completed, each boy will be expected to car* for his unit to see how many are being used. Manila FFA chapter is progressing nicely on the construction of 75 nesting boxes for the woods ducks which nest in the Big Lake Refuge. Joe Morton, manager of the ref- Manila citizens in Memphis hospitals includes James Moore, who .suffered a series of heart attacks last wee;:, and W. E. 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