The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 14, 1955
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fAOW FOUR KLYTHEVILL1 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWi THURSDAY, APRIL 14,1958 - Society News - „ Anw Mallow Snplptv IMitnv * PhOI Mi« Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Sudbury Re-Elected by Sudbury PTA Mrs. Harold Sudbury was reelected president yesterday afternoon when Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association met at the school. Other officers for the next school year are Mrs. W. R. Summervllle, vice-president; Mrs. Dick Watson, secretary, and Mrs. Robert Turner, treasurer. "Growing Up," was the devotional given by Mrs. Marcus Galnes and the president's message was read by Mrs., Roy Kirksey. Mrs. Von Starnes gave a report on the recent summer round-up and a schedule for the proposed polio shots was discussed by the group. In other business a free-will offering was taken to help meet Arkansas's quota for the national building fund. Room count went to the rooms of Mrs. Sansom, Mrs Fry and Miss Hargett. Mrs. Joe Atkins, hospitality chair man, was in charge of the socla hour. Miss Alberson., Dan Ford to Exchange Vows Miss Kitty Ann Alberson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Alborson, at Sikeston will become the bride of Dan L. Ford In a ceremony to be performed in the rectory of SI. R-ances Xavler Church in Sikeston Friday evening. The Bt. Rev. Mons.. O'Nenl will officiate at the ceremony. Following the wedding a rec tkm will be held at the home of the bride's parent*. A culwork cloth will overlay the t*ble and wedding bells, to which are attached pink maline buterfites, will be Bcatered over the table. White carnation* and stock will •nclrcl* the tiered wedding cake •which, will be topped with a miniature bride and groom. Miss Alberson Is the granddaugrr t*r of Mr. and Mra. Jess Cramer ol Oeceola and made her home with them. She WM employed by Osceola l"oods. Convention Candidates Name in Osceola . Junior Service Auxiliary of Osceola met Tuesday morning itnti named the following candidates to the National Convention in Vicks- burgi Mise. Mrs. Bruce .Ivy, Mrs. Prank Edrington and Mrs. Roy Cox. Alternate! art Mrs. Jettle Driver, Mra. Jim Hyatt and Mrs. Jack Wilson. Others who are to attend the convention are Mrs. Arthur Rodgers, Mrt. Melvln Speck. Mrs. J. W. Ed- rlngton and Mrs. Durrcll Crane. It was also announced that the committee for the clean-up drive would meet at the home of Mr.5. Hyatt, chairman, Thursday morn- Ing. Mrs. E. L. Talinfcrro, Mrs. Speck and Mrs. Billy Silverblat compose this committee. Collared Look-Alikes .*•• By Sue Burnett Adorable matching styles with big collars, full skirts. Pattern No. 8258 is In sizes 11 IS, 13, 14. 16, 18. Size 12, 6>/ a yards of 35-incli; 1 yard contrast. Pattern No. 8259 is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Siez 4, 1% yards of 36-Inch; 'A yard contrast. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 35c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blyiheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Includt an additional 25 cents with your pattern order for the latest issue of our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The spring «i aummer, '55 Issue li filled with mart, nw-ww ••# Iw. Seventy - Fire Attend UDC Tea at Osceola The home of Mrs. George Florida in Osceola was the place for the annual silver tea held by the Or. James Franklin Davles Chapter or United Daughters of the Confederacy. This tea was held Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5 p.m. with 'IS guests calling during those hours. In the receiving line with Mrs. Florida were the chapter officers, Mrs. E. B. Crutcher, Mrs. Don Plecher, Mrs. Joe Miller and Mrs. O. L. Jenkins all of Joiner; Mrs. Leslie Speck of Frenchman's Bayou and Mrs. Davis Biggs of Hughes. Each wore a gift corsage of gardenias. An Imported lace cloth overlaid the tea table which was centered with an arrangement of deep orange gladioli shading to yellow and interspersed with white stock. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Horace Moore, Jr., of Corona Lake; Miss Dixie Hnmpson of Nodena; Mrs. Harry Matlock and Mrs. Charles Beall of Wilson. Mrs. Permenter President of Luxora PTA Mrs. Roy Permenter was elected president of Luxora Parent-Teacher Association when the organlxu- tlon met yesterday. She succeeds Mrs. C. D. Smith. Other officers are Mrs. Wesson Ellis, vice-president; Mrs. Harold Pcrmcntcr, secretary arid Mrs. Otis Henry, treasurer; Guest speaker for the aflenoon was the Rev. W. L. Dlggs who spoke on "Keeping Up With Our Children." The Luxora Olcu Club presented several musical selections during the program. Hostesses in the social hour wore mothers of the first and second grade children. Huffman YWA Has Program In Ray Home Huffinnn Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Billy Ray last nlglH. Mrs. Harry Luwson, newly elected young people's leader, was present. Patty Hughes presented the devotional and those Hiking part on ,hc program, "Whore Cross the Crowded Ways of Life," were Max- ,ne Nelson, Cora Mae McDaniol nnd Barbara Hughes A season of prayer for Chirm missions WHS hold with Miss Me- Daniels closing the prayer. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ray at the conclusion of the pro- nun . Cottage Prayer Meeting Held By Dorcas Circle A cottage prnyer meeting was held yesterday by Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church. The seven circle members met In the iome of Mrs. J. J. Johnson. Mrs. Novella Kelllck gave the opening prayer which wits followed with the devotional on "The Christian's Responsibility," given by Mrs. Anilit Sue Hill. Following the closing prnyer by Mrs. D. O. .lones, refreshments were served by the hostess. Mystery Monkey CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. (/?)—Twc- e-ycnr-old Dennis Summers was puzzled when ho found n dead monkey wedged in the brunches of a tree, it had died of exposure. The police were mystified too. They had no reporLs of a missing monkey and a check of residents known to own monkey pets showed that nil were safe. No one could offer an explanation. Chapter D PEG Has As Guest Mrs. Haines Twenty-one members and one guest, Mrs. Harry W. Haines. were present yesterday when Mrs, Aubrey Conway entertained Chapter D PEO Sisterhood with a 1 p. m luncheon. Yellow and white tulips were usec to center the luncheon table anc other .spring flowers were URCC alxmt the remainder of the Conway home. Preceding the program, a business session was presided over by Mrs. James Hoy, president. Mrs. H. H, Houchlns gave the record report. "The Tea House of the August Moon," by John Patrick was reviewed by Mrs. Haines to conclude the meeting. Installation Service Held By Yarbro PTA Installation of new officers was conducted by Miss Winnie VIrgi Turner at a meeting of Yarbrr Parent-Teacher Association yester day . Those Installed were .Mrs, J. L. Plunkctt, president; Mrs. Odell Campbell, vice-president; Mrs Charlie Krutz, secretary; and Mrs Milton Bunch, treasurer. Mrs, Thomas Bogun gave the devotional on "The Happy Home 1 and the president's message, "Easter Eternally Returning," was given by Mrs. W. H. Wyatt. In the social hour, this 40 members present were served by the fourth gnide mothers. Family Reunion Held at Payne Home A family reunion was held at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Greene Payne Sunday afternoon . Those present <were Mr, ant Mrs. J nines Payne and family San Gabriel, Calif.; Mm. Geneva En ton and family of Benton, 111.; Willie Summers and family o: Prazior, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs, March Bnnks of Memphis, Mr. and Mra. Floyd House, Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wil- Itnms of St. Louis; BUI Stevenson, Dyersburg. Mrs. Scrape, Mrs. Cherry High Scorers Mrs. Otto Scrape, Mrs. W. D, Cherry and Mrs. Jesse While, a guest, were winners In the bridge games lust night whan LTE Bridge Club met at. the home of Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served a .salad plate. Mrs. Modinger Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. C. ModiiiRer wns hostess to the Town and Country Club yesterday. She had as her guest, Mrs Loy Welch. In the bridfic games, Mrs. Modin- ger and Mrs. Welch wen; winners. The hostess served refreshments, during the afternoon. Kept Their Shirt$ LOUISBURO, N. C. Wl — Seven poker players nearly lost their punts for real in a supcr-sixec game nt a cabin near here. A bandit made off with several thousand dollars after forcing the players to remove their trousers. Prickly Exams CHARLESTON, S. C. Ml — Men students at the College of Charleston have adopted a fad of letting thejr beards grow during their two- week examination periods. Only two more days to have your child's portrait entered In our contest. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY Child Art. Studio Dial 3-8G6Q for appointment QUALITY ROLL FILM DEVELOPING '1 day service i Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dean announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, Wednesday morning at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has a sister, 'Kimberly Ann. Mrs. Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stone of Blytheville, is the former Miss Dorris Stone. Visiting in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. J, H. Richardson are their daughter, Mrs. Marino Tuttral, and Lt. Tuteral. Lt. and Mn. Tuteral have been in San Diego, Calif., where he haji been stationed with the Marine Corps. Those in Germantown, Tenn., today to attend the style show at the Everett Cook home will be Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs, Edgar Stacy, Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. Harry W. Haines, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Mrs. F. E. Black, Mrs. Elton Klrby and Mrs, R. H, Kirby. This style show is a benefit sponsored by the Episcopal Church of Germantown, of which Mrs. Vance Alexander, daughter of Mrs. Phillips, is a member. Miss Susanne Medlin of Little Rock is the guest o! Graham Sudbury, Jr., and Judge and Mrs. Graham Sudbury and family. Mr. and Mrs, L. 0 Gill have returned from St. Louis where they visited Mr. Gil's nephew, J. B, Gill, »nd Mrs. Gill. Mr, and Mrs. Raford Lunsford and daughter of Peorla, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lunsford and son of Memphis spent the weekend here with their mother, Mrs. Nora Lunsford, who has just returned from a visit with relatives in Richmond, Va., and Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Allie O'Neal and Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Walters were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forerst and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Forrest of Dyess, Mrs. Stout , Guest of Club Eight Mrs. R. B. Stout was guest yesterday afternoon when Club Eight met in the home of Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Pansies In a tiered wrought iron container were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. Bridge winners were Mrs. G. O. PoeU, high nnd brldgo, and Mrs. Purtlow, second high. Refreshments were served during the afternoon by the hostess. Wednesday Bridge Club Conducts Game Mrs. C. A. Cunningham used pun- sle.s and .shades of tulips yesterday on hi?r dining Uible and In the entertain I UK rooms when .she entertained the Wednesday Bridge Club. High .scores in the bridge games went. !,o Mrs. S. E. Tune nnd Mrs. F. E. Black. At The Hospitals Chickasawha Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Nanny Richardson, city Essie Garner, city Mrs. Steven Johns and baby, city Mrs. Freeman Robinson, city Sorority Program Given By Mrs. Moore Delta Kappa Oamma Sorority met In the Pine Room at Dixie Pin Tuesday evening with IS members present. Miss Francto Bowen, Mizi Luna Wlliielm and Mr». Marie Moore were hostesses. Miss Minnie Poster, president, presided and Mrs. Moore reviewed the book, "The Peabody Sisters of Batem," by Louise Tharp. Committee report* were given by Miss Bowen, Miss eCcli Cassidy, Mrs. Moore and Miss Alice Marie Ross. Miss Poster, Mrs. Herma Shepherd, Mrs. Mildred Berryman and Mrs. Laura Gray were named delegates to the state convention at Pine Bluff, April 22-23. It was announced that because of the annual Music Festival, the next meeting date will be Monday, May 9, at which time reports from the state convention will be made. Snack Workshop Planned by Dogwood HDClub Plans for a party snack workshop for April 27 were made yesterday when Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met at the club house with 18 members present. Mrs. Otis Serratt presided over the meeting when Mrs. Clyde Webb gave the devotional and Mrs Jim Burks directed group singing. Etiquette tips were given by Mrs. Ira Koonce. In the games played during the social hour, Mrs. Robert Scott was winner. A dessert course was served by Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Scrrutt. Rotary-Ann Dinner Held In Osceola Osceola Rotary Club held a Rotary Ann dinner at the library building Tuesday night. Bob Morrow, president, presided at the dinner and a skit, "This Is Your Life," in which past officers participated, was presented. The junior class of Oficeola High School served the dinner. Coming Events Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church having party in Fellowship Hall of Church, 2:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. L. M. Burnett, Mrs. R. H. Arensmeler, Mrs. S. Mosley and Mrs. H. B. Oakes. Sunbeams of Trinity Baptist Churrch meeting at church, 3:45 p. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Chapter N PEO Sisterhood having 1 p.m. luncheon at home of Mrs. C. E. Crlb'Ber. Mrs. Freeman Robinson is co-hostess. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Cotillion Club having danc, 9 p.m. preceded by business meeting, 8 .m. Mrs. Russell C. Farr and Mrs. Russell H. Farr having coffee for Mrs. John Broadus Lewis. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Lt. (jg) Steve Ralph arrived over the weekend from Japan, where he has been stationed with the Navy for the past 17 months. Alter a three-week visit here with his mother, Mrs, Steve Ralph, Sr., and sister, Betty Ralph, he will transfer to flight school and will be stationed In Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green of Hot Springs are guests of Mrs. Green's son, Dean Hatcher, and Mrs. Hatcher. Following Easter morning mass Sunday, Miss Gaye Waddell entertained with a breakfast at h^r home for seven college students who were home for the holidays. Those seated at the table were Miss Sandra Butler, student at Monticello College in Alton, III.; Miss Diane Butler, a senior at Central in Memphis; Miss Carol Hobbs, who is attending Lusanne In Memphis; Russell Thomason from Arkansas State; Miss Owen Haven of Forrest City and Kenneth Clarke, senior at Osceola High School. Mrs, D. H. Blackwood left Tuesday by train for Washington, D. C., where. she will attend the DAR Convention. Miss Ruth Massey, state regent, and her niece. Miss Anne Massey, left Wednesday by plane for the convention. father, N. H. Allen, and brother, Nat Allan, of Pine Bluff . Jimmy Little, student at Tulane In New Orleans, was home for the Easter holidays. Mrs. H. J. Levenstein will arrive home Sunday after visiting in New Orleans for two weeks. Miss Betty Ann Whitworth of Memphis spent Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitworth. Miss Billy Gaines Mann and Miss Bettye Jo Pendergrast, students at Ouachita College, were home for the Easter holidays. Allen Starr returned Tuesday to Oxford, Miss., where he li i junior at pie Miss, after spending Easter with his mother, Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr. W. L, Gillespie returned Tuesday to the University of Arkansas. Johnny Strlekllng, freshman at Memphis State College, returned Tuesday after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickling. Mrs. A. E. Thome, Dr. and Mrs. Vance Cartwright were,, Easter Sunday guests of Mrs. J. W. Cartwright in Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bannister announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, born Friday at the Osceola Memorial Hospital. The little girl has been named Martha Dale. The costume that's all one color from head to toe is a new way to look for spring. Pretty in palt beige. The Four Table Supper Club met Monday night at Cramers for a fried chicken supper. A brass container holding green foliage centered the table. Following supper the group went to the home of Mrs. Charlie Hale. Mr. and Mrs Cl.aude Lloyd, daughter, Suzanne, and Mrs. Lloyd's mother, Mrs. Ruth Swansey, were in Lilbourne, Mo., Sunday where Mr. Lloyd's sister, Mrs. T. B. Hawkins, was hostess to the Lloyd's family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Anders and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Denver Wilson and three daughters of Memphis spent Easter With Mrs. Emmet Wilson and family. .Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Roberts of Oxford, Miss., were Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eras Bradshaw. The Roberts formerly lived in Osceola in the home on Broadway now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Wirt Steed. Vaughn Posey, senior at Mississippi State College in Starksville, | spent Eastnr in Osceola as guest j of his aunt, Miss Laura Gillock, and his fiancee, Miss Jeanette Bowen Miss Emily Mason, who teaches school at West Memphis, spent Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mason. . Mrs. Ed Shippen is spending two weeks in Luke Providence, La., as st of her son, Joe Shippen, Mrs. Shippen and her two grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald and children of Clarksdale, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cotner and children of Sikeston, Mo., spent Enster with Mrs. George Doyle, Sr., and Miss Mnrjorie Doyle. Elizabeth Ann Ivy and Aun Rhodes complimented Sandra Pol- Inrd Saturday with .a surprise thciiiy. party. The young folks had a woinor roast following the matinee nt the picture show. The party where the young guests were entertained was given at the home of Ann. Mr. find Mrs. Hugh Allan had their Easter guests, Mr. Allan's Blyrheville Woman Wins National Award Wins second Prize in contest sponsored By Jolene Shoes \ Mrs. Lester Gipson Mrs. Gipson's Entry titled "Why I Like Jolene Spring Shoe Wardrobe" was selected from many sent in From all over the cuontry. AVe are proud of our winner and congratulate her. SHOES fxc/usive/y in Blytheville at ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP FAMILY SHOE STORE Phone 2-2342 312 W. Main so soft and light to wear! /< Hold H in your hand and feel how light and soft it is! Yes, here's the shoe that's like a caress to your foot. And it's so pretty, too, with deft tuclcs and a twinkling triangle of naiiheads ... you'll fee! tdmired, everytime you wear it. Other Fit.Fiihioned Stylei J 8

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