The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 16, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 195B - Society News - • Ann Mallnvv Sncietv Editor * Phon MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 PlantationRoomMadelntoTulip Garden for Junior High Set Dance Plantation Room of Hotel Noble was transformed into a tulip garden last night when John Logan, Joe Smith, Bob Dallas and Byron Moore entertained the junior high set with a formal dance. Receiving with the hosts were* — —— Mary Tarver Stevenson, June ^ 7 • • Piano Auditions To Be Held at Fowlslon Studio Moore,. Linda Trteschmann and Susan Smith. Large, brightly - colored tulips were used on the mirrors and columns in the room and on the refreshment table was a lawn scene with the grass and tulips. Centering this arrangement were dancing tulips in painted pots. The table was overlaid with a white cloth and scattered on the table were also shades of tulips. Chaperones for the event were Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moore. Mrs. Crigger Chairman of 'Ladies Day' Mr§. O. E. Crlgger will serve as chairman of the hostess committee lor the monthly luncheon of the Ladies of the Country Club Friday. At this affair, a nominating committee will be appointed by Mrs. Samuel T. Norrls, president, for the annual election to take place at the May luncheon meeting. New officers of the club assume office Jan. 1. Following luncheon Friday, there will be bridge and canasta, games for those who desire to play cards. Prizes will be awarded and any clubs attending In a group may also play for their awards. National Piano auditions will be ld in Blyiheville April 25 throuRh 7 at the Fowlslon School of Music, 115 Chicknsawbit. These auditions which stnrted in 929 in Austin, Tex., are now held n over 400 cities throughout the United States. They are open to 11 pinno students whose teachers are members of the National Guild of Piano Teachers. About 40,000 ilay each spring ai the various ludltlon centers. Each student receives a pin and certificate showing his rating and classification in piano according to national standards, and also is given a constructive analysis of his playing with suggestions for further musical development. Dr. Robert E. Mueller of South ern Illinois University, Carbondale, 111., will snrVe as adjudicator for the Blytheville auditions this year. Guild members who are presenting students fire T. W. Hunt and Mrs. David Pendcrgrnst of Osce- oln; Mrs. Ellis B. Stanford of Luxora, Mrs. Lcdn Taylor of Monette nnd Mrs. W. E. Hciulrix and Mrs. D. D. Fowlslon of Blytheville. Mrs. Fowlston is chairman of the local audition. Mrs. Gee Speaks at ChapterNPEO Maypoles with dnncing dolls ir pastel costumes centered the tables lor the 1 p.m. luncheon when Chapter N PEO wns entertained yesterday by Mrs. C. E. Crigger and Mrs. Freeman Robinson at the Crigger home. Mrs. Elton Kirby WRB in charge of the program nnd Introduced Mrs. Everett B. Gee who spoke on "How Does Your Garden Grow?" The business session wns presided over by Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Mrs. Tom Hunter of Phoenix, Ariz., was it guest of the group. Meeting Held In Speck Home At Osceola Paint-Up, Clenn-Up committee of Osceola met in the home of Mrs. Melvin Speck, district chairman for Junior Service Auxiliary, Thursday morning. Junior Service Auxilinry orgaiv jzed this campaign nnd Is instrumental in making it a success. Mrs. Ted Woods Is general chairman. Those assisting with this project are Osceoln Fire Deportment, Parent-Teacher Association, Chamber of Commerce, Negro Order of Eastern Star nnc Boy Scouts and their lenders. Attention will be focused on the southwestern part of Osceola from Ermen Lane to Hnle Avenue foi the campaign. Friday Contract Club Plays in Henderson Home Friday Contract Club met nt the home of Mrs. Doyle Henderson yesterday U'hen she invited Mrs. S Jiedel and Mrs. Matt Monaghan as guests. Spring flowers weer used to decorate the home and Mrs. Hcndevsoi served party foods during the alter noon. Mrs. George Pollock and Mrs. Lo\ Welch won high scores in the bridge games. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Annie Jackson. Del! Rosella Sanders. Dell Chickftsawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Sue Battles, city Mrs. Helen Taylor, city Mrs. J. R, Perkins. Jr., city Wall* Dismissed: Laura Curtwright, Manila Barbara Nell Matheny, Rt. 1 city New Locntion DIXIELAND BAITERY Formerly >t 511 Chlckauwb> Now Looted 413 21st St. (Next I* Huey'i Grocery) Day & Night Strvic* Rotchm—Minnow*— Worms — All Type* Tickle and Lur« Mrs. Webb Entertains La Finesse Club Mrs. Jack Webb wns hostess U> the La Finesse Club at, her home yesterday for n dessert-bridge. Playing bridge with club members \\i-re Mrs. Bon Mnc White, Mrs, Newton Whitis, Mrs. Wllllnms S Under, Mrs, Elbert Johnson nnti Mrs. Robert McGrnw. ArnmgflmenLs of (musics were used Mi rough out I he enter mining room of the Webb hnnip. Bridge winners were Mrs. M vtn Nunn, Jr., high nnd traveling, nnd Mrs. Ruder, second high. Three Guests Present at Friday Club Three Mrs. C. C. Coun- t'ille, Mrs. Vminn Thnimisson nnd Mrs, Clyde Twin, were present yesterday when Mrs. Furrla McCulln oiilrrUilnr'd lhi> Fridny Club. Mrs. Cuunuillc won hi^h In the j;nmrs, Mrs, Bob Logan, second and Mrs. James Hoy, bridgo. The luts tras UM'd ns her Him tulips, nnd served n dessert course. Bits of News Pvt. O.scttr Harditway, who is stationed at Fort Knox. Ky.. his Miss Elk Airman Morgan To Wed CARUTHEESVILLE — Miss Betty Jean Elkins, the daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. C. L. Elkins.of Memphis, will be married to Alrm*n 2/c Frank Morgan, son of Mr«. Naomi Morgan and the late Henry Morgan of Carulhersvllle at 3 Sunday afternoon in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Two showers this week preceded 'islting hiii parents, Mr. and Mrs.! the wedding and a wedding party Altrusa Club Celebrates Bounders Day April, the month of the founding of Altrusa Club, was the topic o! discussion Thursday night when Blythevllle Altrusa Club met at Hotel Noble for Its monthly dinner- meeting. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman was in charge of the round-table discussion on Founders Day and Mrs. Clara Martin presided over the meeting. O. O. ilardaway. He will return to camp Sunday. Mrs. F. J. McCarthy and Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mcllwnlne of Nashville, Term., will arrive today to visit Mrs. McCarthy's daughter and Mrs. Mcllwaine's sister, Mrs. Phillips Robinson, nnd Mr. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Cobb and sons will be In Jonrsboro tomorrow to visit Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Sr., find family. They are going especially Ui hear their son, Danny, who will fill the pulpit at First Christian Church there. Mrs. Walter Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jlcdel and Mrs. Luba L'ohen were In Memphis on business Thursday. Lt. John A. White of Lake Charles, La., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. While. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon will spend tomorrow in Jonesboro visiting Mr. Mahon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mahon. Mrs. V. M. Brlstcr underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls and daughter. Miss 'Rcen . Norrls, lie spending-the weekend In Memphis. Miss Norris, who attends Memphis State College each Saturday for work on her master's degree, is remaining over to attend the Crown and Scepter Ceremonies nnd dance at the Colon Carnival as guest of Watklns Overton. Jr. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. George W. Pyles are spending the weekend In Vicksburg and Drew, Miss. Mrs. W., I. MaUory. who has spent the past week here visiting her son, R. V. Mnllory, and family, Is returning to her home at Hayll today. She will be accompanied home by her granddaughters who will spend the weekend there. Jnmcs Terry of Humes City. Fla., visited in the hoem or Mr. nnd Mrs. R. V. Mnllory last night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Billy Mac Lnnc and children of Flint. Mich., are visiting their parents, Mr, and Mrs. rjclbert Hush, In Blythevllle and Mr, and Mrs. Jock Roberds of Jonesboro. While here they have visited Mr. Lane's father, Jimmy Elmo Lane, In Tallulah, La. Mrs. Jack O'Ki'Cfc and daughter. Darlan. of Memphis are the weekend guests of Mrs. O'Kcele's parents, Air. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tune of .Shelbyvlllf. 1 . Tenn.. are the hnu:;e- guests nl Mr. and Mrs. S. 15. Tune. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hayncs and children will return over the weekend from St. Joseph. Mo., where they have been vlsiling Mrs. Ilaynes' parents. Mr. and. Mrs. Tudcl Harrison an; in Cincinnati, O., on R business trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Wnlden and daughter of St. Louis arrived last ninht to spend the weekend here wllli .Mr. Walden's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wakien. Mr. nnd scheduled for tonight at the lome of the groom's mother. The wedding rehearsal was to begin at 3 this afternoon at the lome of the groom's mother. A miscellaneous snower was held Monday evening at the American Legion Hut. The hostesses were Mrs. Bessie Davis, Mrs. Vfirna Green, Mrs. W. O. Clevldence. vlrs. Bob McCullough and Mrs. Denver Fike. Mrs. Helen Worley was hostess or a shower in her home Wednesday. Miss Elklns is a former resident of Carutheisville and was graduated from the local high school in 1052, the same year Mr. Morgan was graduated from the school. She was a member of the Sigma Delta Chi and was football queen her senior year. Airman Morgan played football three years and was captain of the team when he was a senior. BlackwaterHD Club Meets in Whitney Home Blackwater Home Demonstration Club held Its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. R. C. Whitney Tuesday with 12 members present. The eye-opener was a crochet hat demonstrated by Mrs. Whitney. Mrs. Jflines Rogers demonstrated a hand oaf? she made. Mrs. Raymond Scott wns In charge of the meeting which was opened with group singing. The devotional wns given by Mrs. Andy Galloway. A food demonstration was given by Mrs. Carroll Woddell and Mrs. Whitney. Mrs. Whitney nnd Mrs. Gallo- wny were presented gifts from the group at a surprise birthday party. Mrs. Walden will return home with their son for severnl days' visit. Also visiting in the Wnlden home are their daughter. Mrs. Dub Oni- thcr, and her daughter of Memphis. Lt. and Mrs. Pat Burks and daughter left this morning for their home In Albuquerque, N. M., after spending the past two weeks here visiting their parenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie Burks and Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton. E YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE There's More Fun at the Murr! Sunday and Monday Never has the screen dealt so boldly with the forces that drove the Indians across the continent towards oblivion 1 s ROBERT IOHN DEBRAv<r* JEFFREY WAGNER-LUND'PAGET-HUNTE ClNEMAScoPt « HI MUII01 HUMliNlin lilUIAIUl SUR[0?HONIC SOUND Mini IY TECHNICOLOR DlfitCTtO BY 1 SCWttN r*LAV JIY ul i* Jmr • [IT..H •»>-,<> x P(i*/ttiM • tl'ttitt try »m Ciniurjt FII Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c £ 35c At All Times LAST TISIKS TODAY Double Feature „...., CHIPS RAfFERTY —AND— PRISONERS i OF TH» rASBAH Serial "Buffalo Hill" No. 10 Cartoon "Spare the Rod" SUNDAY & .MONDAY Double Feature "DRUMS OF THE CONGO" Starring Stuart Ona KHWIN & Ml'NSON —AND— Coming Events Saturdaj Cotillion Club having danc, 9 p.m. preceded by business meeting, 8 p.m. Sunday Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr. to give book review at First Christian Church, 3:30 p. m. MONDAY WMS Circles of First Baptist Church meet. Circle One, Mrs. Jack Marsh, 1124 Chlckasawba. Circle Two, Mrs. Ivy Crawford, 301 Missouri. Circle Three, Mrs. Russell Marr, 000 Holly. Circle Four, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, 205 Walker. Circle Five, Mrs. Alvln Hardy. 1517 W. Walnut. Circle Six, Mrs, I. L. DeShazo, 1705 Hearn. Circle Seven, Mrs. R. E. Blay lock, 630 W. Ash. WSCS Circles of First Methodist Church meet. Circle One, Mrs. T. L Seay, 1500 Chickasnwba. Circle Two, Mrs. Hugh WhitsiH, 1031 W. Walnut. Circle Three, Mrs. James Hill, Jr., 424 N. Ninth. Circle Four, Mrs. John Walker, East Main. Circle Five, Mrs. Newton Whitis, 1130 W. Walnut. Circle Six, Mrs O. E. Knudsen 2013 Hearn. Circle Seven, Mrs. Elbert Johnson, 1332 Hearn. Trinity WMU meets at church for Royal Service program and covered-dish luncheon. Mildred Matthew Circle meeting at .church, 7:30 p.m. Marion Cook Circle meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. General Meeiing of Presbyterian Women at church. TUESDAY Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Jimmy Ed- LITTLl LIZ— Any Tom, Dick or Harry con g«t along better If he has lack with him. «""*.• wards. 1025 W. Walnut at 1:30 p.m. Miss Florence Moore is co-hostess. Annie Armstrong. Circle meeting with Mrs. Lucy Koonce. 7:30 p.m Junior High PTA meeting at 3 preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 p.m. La Petite Club meeting with Mrs. P. E. Utley. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Octave Club meeting with Mrs. Fred Davis. NN Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Tommy Westbrook. CIS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Tom Little, Jr. Tuesday Bridge. Club meeting with Mrs. C. M. Smart. Tri'Town Club meeting with Mrs. Gene Teaford. WEDNESDAY PS Club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Turner. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Cupples. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Club Eight meeting with Mrs G. O. Poetz. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7:30. p.m. Corps of Engineers Woman's Club meeting at Hotel Noble. Chlllion Club meeting with Mrs. Mary Hatfield. GEO Club meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Harry A. Haines. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Leonard Oldham. Duplicate Bridge League meet ing. Leaders Class Has Meeting In JohneseHome Leader; Training Union of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Johnese (or a business and social meeting lut night. Mrs. Claude Rowland presided over the business session and in the social hour Mrs. Faye Horner conducted garnet. Refreshment* were served to tM 19 members present by tl» Because carrying a handbag I* such a reflex action with womtn, It's a good way to remind yourself of things. A string and not* tl»d across the handle* of your wskJnf- to-go-out bag la a vastly man effective reminder than a the finger. - GUARANTEED "Always A Good fy3 ".V.'.V.W Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m and 4 p.m. for Rltz & Rorj Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY A UNIVERSAL-INIERNA1IONU PICTURE PLUS CARTOON CARNIVAL SUNDAY and MONDAY A LADY FROM NOWHERE... AND A NO-GOOD GUY! Maureen Macdonald CAREY coif by TecM"'.color £ A FRAJiKOVlCHSALE PRODUCTION "^ BiW cu< MicriEics • I:'J:H MC :["«on • nuts msvw £:HM f\t, If (CSIIT W5IHBT FjW.crd ci M, J. fJUSmiCH Duimd bj ItCXMD SM PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS RobertTAYLOR MNfr OCOKGt LEIGH -RAFT iff VI ANN* FORREST . 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