The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1955 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1955 BLTTHEVTLLI (ARK.)' COURIER NBWB PAQ1 THRM Hew Dior-Look to Be Absent From Gala Oscar Award Show ON HAND FOR ANNIVERSARY — Present for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas C. Eeaslcy in Steele Sunday were (left to right) Karen Jo Michie, Tommie Hall, Sylvia Beos/eys Celebrate Anniversary By H. L. YEAGKR STEELE — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Beasley of this city observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunduy. Following the family dinner at noon with members of the family present at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Sims Michie, many friends called at the reception held throughbut the afternoon. Mr. Beasley, who is 84 years old, was born in Haidin County, Ky. Mrs. Ecasley as Onida Moon- uy, was born in Paris, Texas, later moving to Hickman, Ky., and corn- ins to Steele in 1905. She is 75 years old. They were married March 26, 1905, in Memphis, and have made their home in Steele continuously except that for a number of years they spent winters in Florida. Coming to Stecte in 1902, Mr. Beasley became a partner with the late Dr. Ferguson in the Steele Drug Co. The business was sold In 1904 to the late Frank Treece. The .same year Mr. Beasley joined J. A. Franklin and Joe Graham ol St. Louis and Frederick town in a lumber company. In 1914. Mr. Beasley purchased Uu- interests of his partners, and in IIU9 sold the business, to which lie had a titled a hardware stock, to the Ea.it. Arkansas Lumber Co. of Little Rock. Mr. Bea:;ley's interests have since been in rental properties. He has built many business and residence buildings in Steele and owns at this time a number of the best business locations on Main Street, also several residence .properties. Mr, and Mrs. Bc;i.sli;y are members of First Baptist Church in Steele. She is the only living charter member. Having for many years been very active in church work, they are eagerly looking forward to the church's 50th anniversary to be celebrated in August and the completion of the addition now under construction and to be completed by that time. Mrs. Boasley is a member of the Order of Eastern Star. Mr. Beasley was charter member of Steeln Lodge No. 03-1 A, R fc A, M., also a member of A. A, & S. R. during his more active years. They have three children. Mrs. Suns (Kathleen) Michie of Steele, Dr. Joe E. Beasley of Blytheville, and Mrs. Kenneth (Maude Alice > Hall of Tupelo, Miss. The children with their families wen: present for their anniversary event, also a grandson, Joe M. Beasley, wife and daughter of Bir- Hal!, Mr. and Mrs. Beasley (seated), Mrs. Joe Michie, Joe Michie, Mrs. Kenneth Hall, Kenneth Hall, Mollie Jo Beasley. Mrs. Joe Beasley, Dr. Joe E. Beasley, Mrs. Sims Michie, Sims Michie. Caruthersville Girl in Choir Cynthia Lee James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard F. James, 11G West Seventh, Caruthersville, is one of the 38 members of the Park College choir leaving this week end on a four-day singing tour ,of churches and high schools in Iowa and Missouri. The choir will sing at four high schools and three churches during their annual spring trip. Miss James is a 1954 graduate of Caruthersville High School where she was active in music and publications work. Severest 1 Critic Is Husband WAYCROSS, Ga. .iff) — Laurie Lee Sparrow of the Waycross Journal-Herald had just completed cooking program over WAYX when the station phone rang for her and a man referred to one of the recipes she'd given which called for a. "tablespoon of vanilla" and demanded: "What 1 want to know is, do you mean flavoring or extract? There's a df'fereru'e, you know." The caller WHS her husband, Lnnsdalc Sparrow, who is quite a cook, himself. HOLLYWOOD UP) — Movleland's biggest fashion show beams coast to coast tomorrow nteht with- bosom- conecious Hollywood apparently boycotting the Dior look. Designer Edith Head, costume consultant for the annual Academy Awards, said today: "H anyone's wearing the Dior look, I haven't heard a'ooul it." Mis* Head, up for her sixth Oscar, !• a one-woman clearing house for the Academy to make sure that no two movie stars show up with the same dress. Mi*s Head scoffed at an impli- .ation that Hollywood's traditional worship of the bosom brought on the anti-Dior policy. "No Pl»c* to Pitch Pennies" "Actually," .she commented, "Dior's straight—across neckline covers cleavage only. It dots not hide voluptuous curves K a girl's got them. "The flat look just leaves no place to pilch pennies." Dignity and simplicity, she added, wilJ keynote most, gowns worn by nominees. Because of television, most gowns will be of photographic pastels thai will look light 10 viewers. A notable exception; Judy Garland in a black velvet, maternity dress, trimmed in white pique. Skin - Tight Gown Miss Garland goes into a hospital the following day for the Caesarean birth of her third child. Dorothy Dandridge will appear GO-FOR-BROKE , . . Pacific war veterans will remember the phrase. So will uninsured victim* of fire, illness, accidents! Get your Insurance protection now, call us today! RAYMOND ZACHRY 118 N. 2nd. Insurance Agency Phone 3-8815 Sheriff Knew By His Bray SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (ff}— Texas Ranger Zcno Smith tells of a wealthy rancher picked up a5 a drunk in Fort Worth. To establish i his identity, the man asked police ' to telephone the sheriff of his home ; county. j "Will you ask the subject to come j to the phone and bray over it?" the sheriff requested. The rancher went U> the telephone and brayed like a donkey. "He's telling the truth," the sheriff said. "There ain't nobody in this county that can go like a jackass like him." from New York In a sutin-Ught gown of beige wool. Of the five top actress nominees, Miss Dandridgc and Miss Garland are the only two whose gowns were not deigned by Miss Head. The head entries are • Grace; Kelly In an Ice blue duchess satin with evening coat to match; Audrey Hepburn, to be seen via film from London, will wear a short black duchess satin dinner dri-Ks with bell skirt; Jane Wyimm, irridescent, solidly einbrokk'nui mother of pefirl fabric from Prance with illni bodic* iind bell skirt. Root! Courier News Classified Ad«. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission Ifk & 35c At All Times TUBS., WED., & THURS., Double Feature J 1EATRE On W. Main St. In IJlytheville I'hone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p. m.—Sat. & Su». 1:00 p. m. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature _AND— GARY \ I Pure silver is loo soft for commercial use. MRS. GEORGE DRAKE, Chicago, III.. 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