The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 13, 1955
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PAGI FOU» BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COUBIER NEW! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 19$$, - Society News - i Ann Millnrv Societv Editor • Phoe Millie Ana Mtllory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 ENGAGEMENT TOLD — Mr. and Mr«. John Robert Bader made announcement of the engagement of their daughter, Jane, to Denver Howard Fike, son of Mr. and; Mrs. William Denver Fike, at an engagement party Saturday night. All are of Caruthersville. DAR Chapter Has Luncheon At Hotel Charlevolx Chapter of Daughter of American Revolution met at Ho t«l Noble yesterday for alp, luncheon and meeting. Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., Mrs. C O. Smith and Mre. Jamea Hill., Jr were hostesses for the meeting. A red, white and blue centerplec was used on the table and flag were used about the room. Mrs Paul M. Wilton, a new resident o Blytheville, was a guest of the group In absence of the regent and vice regent, Mrs. W. Marlon William served as temporary chairman. Mrs 3amuel F. Morris was program cha rman and spoke on "Daughters o American Revolution In Arkansas Land of Opportunity." Miss Jane Bader of Caruthersville To Become Bride of Howard Fike CARUTHERSVILLE — An announcement of .wide interest was made Saturday night by Mr. and Mrs. .John Robert Bader of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jane Bader, to Denver HowarS Fike, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Denver Fike, all of Caruthersville. The wedding will be solemnized Sunday, June 28. Miss Bader is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Long Sr. of Braggadocio and Mr. and Mrs. George B. Bader Sr. of Caruthersville. She was graduated from Carutn- ersvllle High School in 1953 and was a member of the Sigma Delta Chi. She Is a-senior at Christian College in .Columbia, Mo., where she was a member of the student council this year. Mr. Fike la the grandson of Mrs. Annie Armstrong Circle Has Program in Home Annie Armstrong Circle at Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mri. Lauena. Everett with five members and one visitor, Mrs. Hu- tathi Foster, present last night. Following repeating of the watchword Mri. Bill Lowe led in prayer. Mr*. Lucy Koonce gave the devotional and Mra. C. S. Birmingham prolded over the meeting. Mrs. Mary Lyons dismissed the •roui>. Oddfellows Have District Meeting In Hall Here Oddfellows of Blytheville, Caruth- •rivllle, Haytl and Steele held a district meeting here last night. There were 161 members present lor the chicken and noodle dinner. rirst degree was conferred upon 91 candidates. Coming Events Thursday Burdette PTA meeting at 2:20 pan. Mr. Tommye McClure will give devotional and election of officers will be held. Executive board meeting ii at 2 p. m. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of UDC having 12:30 luncheon at Rnzor- baclc. Hostesses are Mrs. J. D. Barksdale, Mrs. W. I. Dcnton. Mrs. O. O. Poetz, Mrs. Clco Langston and Mrs. G. S. Atkinson. Eula Fike of Houston, Texas, nnd the late J. C. Fike of Birmingham, Ala. He was graduated from Caruthersville High School in 1051 nnd is now a senior at the University of Missouri In Columbia. He Is also a member of the Phi Gnmmn Delta fraternity, and he served as intramural coach for the fraternity last year and was rush chairman for the fraternity this past fall. The announcement was made at the home of the bride-elect with about 30 guests present. The Bader home was decorated with spring flowers which accentuated the pink and blue color scheme. Miss Frankle Sue Long of Braggadocio, Miss finder's cousin, was dressed as an Easter rabbit, carrying a large Easter basket. She K»ve each guest a small white wedding announcement book- Mrs. Wagner Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr., was honored with a layette shower al the home of Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton nlfjht. Hoatnsscs were Mrs. Eaton, Mrs. Put Burks, Mrs. Don Kerbough and Mrs. James Wcstbrook. The evening was spent plnying bridge nnd canasta games with Mrs. James Wlmbcrley high scorer in the bridge Knmcs, Miss Rhonda Eaton, high In cnnnsta, and Mrs. Charlie Booker winning brldgo. Tulips were used to center the Individual tables and Dutch Iris were used throughout the entertaining rooms. A dessert course was served. let, and which had lily-of-the-vulley wedding ring on the cover. Guests Present When LaPetite Club Plays Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. R. C.,Allen nnd Mrs. Robert, kllllnn were stjs yesterday when La Petite Club played at the home of Mrs. Arthur Vance. Bridge winners were Mrs. Welch, high, Mrs. Nenl CU'sell, second high and Mrs, Vnnce, brldgo. At The Hospitals KlvtiH-vlltf Hospital Dismissed: A. O, Moslcy, Sr,, Steele Mrs. Wayman Robbirus, Cooter Charles Fowler, Steele Lcra Lucas, city Stove Baldrldgc. city W. p. Polk, Cooter Judy K. Wndo, Armorel Chlckusawha Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. David Boron nnd baby, city Carolyn Wilson, city Sandra Daniels, city Walls Hofipiui Dismissed: Mrs. Earl Bell. City Mrs. Lillian Franks, city Timothy Alexander, city Dennis Dnncworlh. city Mrs. Charles Static and baby, Rt city Miss Huffman Entertains CIB Bridge Club Mis« Jettye Ctaire Huffman en- tnlned the CIB Bridge Cluh at her home yesterday. All members were present. The hoateu used tullpf and pan- aiei to decorate the entertaining rooms and served a dessert course preceding the games. Mrs. Utho Biirnes, Mrs. Dob Mc- Oruw and Mrs. Harold Nunn won high scores In the game. Love Group Has Meeting [n Hanley Home Love Group of Pint Christian Church met at the new home of Mrs. Sam Hanley on Bpruce Street last night. Mrs, J. Cecil Lowe optncd the meeting with prayer and a program continuing the study of "India, Pakistan and Ceylon, Education Moves Forward," was given with Miss I/>u- ella Alley as leader. Miss Alley spoke on Dr, Law- back's method of teaching and liter, acy house. Mission Schools was the part given by Mrs. Harry Bradh and Mrs. Lowe gave a map tal pointing out the union institution at Allahabad, Jabalpur and Woo< stock School at Landour. During these reports, a "skeptic the person of Miss Margare Wright, questioned the leaders he educational report. Mrs. Jewel Cardwell gave the de votionnl and, folio wing missionar benediction, the hostess served re 'reshments. -uncheon Given "or Mrs. Haynes On Birthday Mrs. T. H. Haynes was honorei n her birthday yesterday when he aughter, Mrs. R. c. Parr, enter alneci eight with a luncheon am fternoon of rook games. The two-course luncheon was ser ed from the dining tabl« which wa: entered with an antique Dresden owl filled with pink carnations ant lies-of-the-valley. Happy Birth ay placecnrds were used. Gary Farr, presented his great- randmother with a pink carnation orsage. Mrs. R. H. Parr assisted n serving. In the rook games high score was on by Mrs. C. E. Wilson. vlrs. Newson Entertains for Gov. Faubus Mrs. Udell NeWsom entertained Ith an informal party at her home i West Highway 18 last night for ov. Orval Faubus, Guests present were Sen. Fred afford and Mayor Con Bray of arked Tree and Mayor E. R. Jackson of Blythcvillc. Mrs. A. E. Cnldwcll assisted the hostCM in entertaining. J. W. Steinsiek Speaks to PTA J. W. Steinslck WM gutwt speaker sang "The Old Country Church.'. last night at the Oosnell Parent- Teacher Association meeting. He made his speech to the graduating class. HlB topic was, "You can Be What You Want to Be." Mrs. Bill Crawford, program chairman, presided over the meeting which was opened with group singing. Harold Davis gave the pray- and Roy Baker, Sr., read the president's message, A trio composed of Virginia Lloyd, Bernlcc Burrte and Sue' Lollar, Officers were elected for the coming year with Mrs. Crawford elected president; Mrs. Hap Brewer, vice-president; Mrs. Gene Schultz, secretary and Mrs. J. T. Hemby, treasurer. In the social, hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. Frances Donner and Mrs. Mitchell West. Have your tweed In a pink tint this spring. Lightweight and a joy to behold. Fourth Annual Lange School Benefit Played at Country Club Fourth annual benefit for Lange Exceptional School wa given last night by Country Club Duplicate Bridge League t assist Blytheville Junior Auxiliary in its project. Twenty-eight tables of . bridg and canuta jvere present. At each table prizes were awarded and re Miss Jo Ann Jackson Miss Jackson Elected Head OfNursesUnion Jo Ann Jackson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. T. F. Jackson of More house, Mo., and former Blythevlll residents, was elected president o Ihe Missouri State Student Nurse Association at the body's annua convention in Jefferson City las week. She is a Junior student in th Washington University School o Nursing, St. Louis, and Is in train ing at Barnes Hospital. During the past year Miss Jack son was second vice-president o the organization. She is also persident of the Junioi lass, committee chairman-for the national Student Nurse association convention to be held in St. Louis May 2 to 6 Inclusive; member of ,he student council and delegate to he third district Student Nurse Association, St, Louis. Miss Jackson is the granddaughter of Mrs. Odie Freeman of Bly- ,heville. Women Believe _ife Is a retty Picture oc Time Copy Women Believe 1 One reason why there are s nany dissatisfied women today hut the present generation o homemelcaers has been led xpect life to be a series o/ pre y pictures. They are told that If they wl j this" and that they can sta oung and. at- •actlve and gla- lorous. And so ley work and Irive to fight le .sign of age. hen they a losing bat- B they feel de- cnted. They constant- strive to lake beautiful Ruth M| ,, ej etures of their ouses. And when fnmily livlni utters. The pretty pictures, the; el frustrated. For any womai Ith n family who expects a hous< be a pretty picture is sure tc disappointed, They have been led to beiievc Bits of News rr/oitf J SIMPLIFY SHOPPING AND SAVING WITH OFF On All Spring Suits & Coats And Early Spring Dresses What do you Need? - Get it fast with a low cost want ad! Thrifty women — and men, too — read our classified ads every day for the best reason in the world: YOU SAVE! ! Want ads in this paper art a market place for everything you want to buy, sell, or swap and — for expert services. ... Get the classified shopping habit, now. ... we will help you write the Ad! Ads placed before 5 p.m. will appear next day, except for Monday's paper when ads must be placed by noon Saturday. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Mri. 0. M. Gray, wno WM injured in a fall, Is improving at her home on Main Street. Mrs. Bessie Justus has returned from St. Louis where she spent the holidays with her daughter Mrs. Mayo Bell. Mr. and Mri. P. E. Scott are In Memphis today where Mrs. Scotfc Is having the cast removed from her foot at Campbell's Clinic. Dr. and Mrs. George Atkinson and sons, O'Neal and Dougla*, of Osknloosa, la., spent the holiday we: 1 , ond here visiting his brother, Dr. Gean Atkinson, Mrs. Atkinson and son. Mr. ahd Mrs. Lloyd Bernard Ford. Sr., and children have moved to Kennett to make their home where Mr. Ford will be manager of Kroger Store. ' / Mrs. Odie Freeman and Mrs. Do- shla Mick visited Mrs. T. P. Jackson and lamlly In Morehouse, .Mo., over the weekend. Dick Eeld, student at University of Arkansas, is spending, his spring vacation here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Reid. MIES Joanne Cullom. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullom, Jr. of Wilson, was elected president of Social Standards Committee last week at Vanderbilt University for ;he year 1955-56. This organization is in its ninth year. Miss Cul- om is a junior in the college of arts and science and is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cul- om, Sr. of Wilson and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr of Osceola. freshmenta of coffee and ice drinks were served throughout th evening. A Mitchell movement was playei by the 10 tables of duplicate mem bers present. North and South winners wer Mrs. C. C. Councllle and Mrs. O W. Coppedge, first with 145', points; Mrs. A. H. McManus and Mrs. R. T. Kirshner, second with 14014 points. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs Russell Phillips, third with 13Tr points, and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, fourth with 131 points. East and West winners were Mrs E. B. Gee and Mrs. C. W. Afflick first with 134 points; Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. F. W Whitner .second with 117 points; Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs Alta Cameron, third with 116!* points, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch am Mrs. P. D. Foster, fourth with 11 points, Next week the league will play its monthly masterpcint game. Tuesday Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Max Reid used spring flowers and served a dessert course yesterday when Tuesday Bridge Club met in her home. 'Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mrs. Reid' were winners in the bridge ames. that their children will never be problems If they handle them just right. And When the children persist in having their share of faults and troubles and problems, their mothers wonder where they have failed. They have been taught to expect marriage to be one long honeymoon. And so when they hit the rough spots and face the periods of loneliness or boredom or conflict, they think their marriages are failures. LlfR Isn't a scries of pretty pic tares and any woman who expect;. It to be U sure to be frustrated at every turn. The only hippy women are those a take life as It comes . . g, the good to the fullest and meeting the bad with courage. That Is the real truth—but m ny women today lon't find it out aoon enough for their own good Draperies and Slip Covers StaNu SATURDAY is your last day to have your child entered in our Children's Portrait Contest LEE BEARDEN Photography CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-866fi for Appointment ReviVes Draperies and S!ipGMBliWM%' v \ •'I «m«iln« how Sto'hfi r*ttot«i lift or «*» 10 drepnln ™d Ap «».„... »k« Km hont ood t, kM,,,. Fobl4> *wkt *ff, tfatt, wiMto... tfrapwte «4 rfp «vw« lart hma«ri N. UM ihn,. fo, Slo-Nu IW,h; n •i* «/r dry<l«onln» ..rvk.l Cpll n today! c&w Cleaners 300 S. Division Ph. 3-434» WSCS Member Present Panel Discussion Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Joe Thomas Monday night for a program m«t- ing. Mrs. C. M. Baxter led the opening prayer. Mrs. George Shanks presided over the meeting. The program, led by Mrs. Paul Lipford was given in the form of * panel discussion and the topic," The United Work of Protestant Women In the United States," was dl*. cussed. Those taking parts were Mrs. I*, E. Gray, Mrs. Don Lutz, Mrs. H. M. Sanford and Mrs. Joe Thomas. The group was dismissed by repeating the Lord's Prayer in unison. Hostesses were: Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Gay served a dessert course it the conclusion of the program. Read Courier News Classified Adi. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED. & THURS. Double Feature It-G-M _ ». MIKWU. 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