The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 18, 1955
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PAGE FOXJK BLYTHEyiLLE (A.RK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1955 - Society News - „ Ann Mallm-v SniMBtv Editor * PhOI Miss Millie ADD Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Coffee Given at R. C. Parr Home ToComplimentMrs.JohnB.Lewis Mrs. Russell H. Farr and .Mrs. Russell C. Farr entertained with a coffee Saturday morning for Mrs. John B. Lewis, who has just returned from two and one-half years m Germany with her husband. Sixty friends of the honoree cal-4 between the hours of 10 and 12 a. in. On the entrance doore a map of Germany outlined in gold with the couples name on Numbers, where they were stationed, was seen. In the receiving line were the hostesses, Mrs. Lewis and her mother. Mrs. J. W. Shquse. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Shouse were presented with pink carnation corsages and the honoree also was presented with a white summer bag. In the living room an arrangement of pink carnations and lilies-of-the valley were used on the ccffee table and pink hydrangea were on the piano. Bowls of tulips and pansies were used on the sunporch and centering the dining table were pink carnations, white chrysanthemums and lilies-of-the-valley. An Italian cutwork cloth overlaid the table and pink tapers in silver candelabra flanked the flower arrangement. Other silver appointments were used for serving. Mrs. J. W. Shouse. Jr., and Mrs. Jack Sartain presided at the labl Other assisting in the entertaining rooms were Miss Sally Trieschmann Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., Mrs. Robert McHaney, Mrs. Charlse Penn Mrs. Joe Trieschmann and Mrs. T H. Haynes. First Place Tie in Bridge Game Mrs. Poy Etchleson, Mrs. Ed Cook, Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Hunter Sims tied for first place with 6314 points In the five- table Howell movement played by the Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon. Third place was won by Mrs. P. E. Block and Mrs. C. W. Afflick who had 6W points. Scallops Trim Sew-Easy 825 10-20 By Sue Burnett As pretty as a picture — and so practical. Easy to sew daytime dress with scallops to trim the waist top. . Pattern No. 8257 is in sizes 10, 12, 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 3 3/4 yards of 35-inch. For this pa ttern. send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllle Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION, spring and summer, '55 is an exciting, easy to follow guide for every woman who sews. Be sure to send for your copy today. 25 cents. OUTSTANDING PLEDGE — Miss Carol Ann Holt, daughter of Mrs. Mino F. Dover, was presented with a trophy yesterday morning at a pansy breakfast climaxing Delta Delta Deltn Week at Mississippi Southern College where she is a student. Miss Holt who wns inlated into the Phi Epsflon Chapter of Delta Delta Doltn, was presented with this trophy for being the outstanding pledge of the year. Coming Events MONDAY Mildred Matthew Circle meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. Marion Cook Circle meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Elmer Normnn, 721 Adams, at 7:30 p.m. Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Jimmy Edwards, 1025 W. Walnul, at 7:30 p.m. Miss Florence Moore Is co-hostess. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Lucy Knonce, 7:30 p.m. Junior High PTA meeting nt 3 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 p.m. Lfi Petile Club meeting with Mrs. F. E. ULlcy. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Octave Club meeting with Mrs. Fred Davis. NN Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Tommy Westbrook. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Tom Little, Jr. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. C. M. Smart. Trl-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Gone Ton ford. 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. Poet?,. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Mrs, Grace Calriwell, 7:30 p.m. Corps of Engineers Woman's Club meeting at Hotel Noble. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Mary Hatlieli). GEO Club meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Krefe. Mld-Wrek Club meeting with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Harry A. Hatnes. La Nuevc Club meeting with Mrs. Leonard Okihiun. Duplicate Bridge League meet- ng. FRIDAY Mississippi County Council ot PTA meetmp til HlyMu'villi' l\\\.\\\ School. Registration begins at 0:30 a.m. Friday Contract Club inn 1 tint; with Mrs. G. O. Pot 1 1/.. Ladies oi' Country Club having monthly luncheon at I p.m. Woman's Club annual fine arts | md musical tea a 1 club house, i Leaders are Mrs. W, D. Cobb and virs. Hoyt Brown An art display vill be shown. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting vilh Mrs. San ford Tnmlin.son. Sunbeams of Trinity Baptist Church meeting at church, 3:451 p.m. SATURDAY' Duplicate Bridge League meet- ng. Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Ellis, Mr, and Mrs. George Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Allen, Mr. and Mr?. John McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Farr and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trieschmann were among the BlytheviMe residents In Memphis yesterday to attend the Home Show. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Adair, Mrs. F, L. Wicker and Mrs. Clay Matthews had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Breedlove of Tupelo, Miss., Guy Adair of Booneville, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Dandridge of Memphis. Hugh Tyrone left yesterday for Pontlac, Mich., where he will be employed. Those here yetserday to attend the luneral of Mrs. Herbert Peck were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pomeroy and daughter, Mrs. W. C. Hatcher, all of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. -A. A. Kyle and son, Albert, of Bertrand, Mo.; Mrs. Amba Duncan, Pontiac, Mich.; Aron Peck, Bernle, Ky. Mrs. Pomeroy. MrB. Duncan and Aaron Pock, brothers and sisters of Herbert Peck, will remain for a few days to be with their brother, niece, Mrs. Tollie Gann, and sister, Mrs. E. M. Eaton. Dr. and Mrs, Milton Webb left today for Hot Springs to attend the 49th annual convention of the Arkansas Optometrlc Association. They will return Thursday evening. Dr. Webb is president of the association and will preside over the business meetings of the con^ vention. Mrs. Webb Is secretary-treasurer of Woman's Auxiliary and will a tend the meetings of that group. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Blessing spent yesterday tn Newbcrn, Tenn Mrs. K. T. Miller has been called to Helena due to the serious illness of Mrs. Miller's grandfather, R. D. Byrd. , Mr. and Mrs. Nell Reed and son, Ancil, of Heber Springs and former Blytheville residents spent the weekend here visiting friends. While here they were the house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Thompson. Mrs. L. F. May and Mrs. Ben White motored to Birmingham, Ala., yesterday where they will visit Mrs, May's daughter, Mrs. J. Hines Wolters, Mr. Wolters and children. Mrs. Dorothy Drewery, who has been a patient in a Memphis hospital, is now home. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Brown and daughters spent the weekend In Metropolis, 111. They went especially la attend the revival services being conducted nt the Baptist Church there by the Hev. E. C. Brown. Word has been received here of the death of Barrel! Williams ot I'exarkana, brother of Mrs. E. C. Brown, former Blythevllle resident, Mr. Williams suffered a heart, attack Saturday afternoon. Misses Carmen Cary and Peggy Xachary were In Jonesboro at Arkansas State College to attend the Tail Kappa Epsllon Red Carnation Ball Saturday night. Among those in Memphis yesterday to attend the motornma show were Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller and son. Billy, Linda Aycock, Prances Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. .Otto Scrape, Mr. and Mrs. James Vest, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Klene, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowler and daughter. While there, Mr. and Mrs. Miller attended the Home Show and visited James Via. Airman 3'C Herbert Forshee, Jr., arrived Saturday morning from San Antonio, Tex., to spend a ten day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forshee, and other relatives. Mrs. Harold Wood and son and Mrs. James Rodgfrs of Newport are in Berry ville to visit Mrs. Dick Mills and children, former Blytheville residents who are visiting Mrs. Mills' parents there from Denver, Colo. the dry Cleaning Quality that money can't buy! Thai's right... you can't buy the "like-new" feel and softness that our StatNu finishing gives all your clothes! As a Sla«Nu Dry Cleaner we five it to you as a quality txira. Send m just one garment . .. you'll be so pleased that you'll make it a happy habit! You Pay Nothing Extra For Stt-lfc C&W CLEANERS 300 S. Dirition Ph. 3-4343 Party Held In Dyer Home At Armorel A party \vns held at. the Marion Dyer home in Armorel Saturday night by the Kats Club of Armorel Hi & h School. The 12 present spent Uie evening in informal entertainment and refreshments were served. Chnperones were Mrs. Dyer and Mrs. B. R. O'Neal. Cotillion Club Meets At Hotel Noble Hosts for the Cotillion Club dance Saturday night were Mr, and Mrs. Dick White, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs, B. B. Goodman. Vivid shades of spring flowers were used to decorate the mirrors in the Plantation Room and dancing flower pots surrounded by spring flowers centered the refreshment table. Out-of-town guests were Lt. John White of Lake Charles, La., and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cole, Jr., of Hayti. Birthday Party Given at Walker Park Nancy Virginia Trlmue and Gary Lee Rush, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rush, celebrated their 13th birthday Saturday morning with a party at Walker Park Twenty-two guests were present. Games were played during the morning and lunch was served, at which time the children cut their double birthday cake. Hostesses for the party were Mrs. Rush and the children's sister, Mrs Ann Rylee. Out-of-town guests were their brother, Billy Mac Lane, Mrs. Lane and children, Ronnie Mac, Terre June and Jackie Allen, of Flint, Mich., and their grandfather, Bill Rlnnert of Lake City. WhatAGirl Should Be For Womanhood A mother writes me: "I want so much for my little girl that sometimes I wonder if I'm not stressing the unimportant •;•,<• -' almost as much; as the Important.*) But It is hard sometimes tol know which is| which. "Would you tell me w h a t you think It is important for a girl to be?" Every mother Mrs. Lawrence would probably answer that question differently. But you have asked for my answer and here It Is: It Is important for her to be proud of being a girl, so that she will one day be proud of being a woman. It Is important for her to have n. gentle heart. There is no worse thing on earth than a cruel or unfeeling woman who delights In hurting others. It is important for her, to like nnd respect men, for a woman's happiness depends on her ability to be a woman tn a man's world without resenting or competing with men. It is important for her to have a deep, religious faith, for the kind of home .she will someday make will depend on I he character and strength such a faith will give her. It is Important for her to be honest, since a person who is dishonest in even small ways can't have faith in himself imy more than others can long have faith in him. It is important for her to enjoy the things that make up a woman's life. Hating housework, for instance, makes it thai much more difficult for a woman to be happy in the role most women choose for themselves—the role of wife and mother. But remember, girls learn more by example than by teaching. Your Blouses In Prints for Spring By GAILE DUGAS NEA Women's Editor KEW YORK — (NEA) — Blouses in sparkling prints and jewel colors are perfect loll* for suit and skirts this spring. There's the lonj-torto look tor the new suit* with longer jackets, the new waist-length blouse that's sometimes' finished with a drawstring for a perfect fit. the over blouse cut like a jacket. Fabrics look fragile but lend themselves to easy care: a dunking in soap and water and a pressing with a warm iron. WaisHength print blouse (left) has drawstring tie and Inverted shoulder pleats for a bloused- back look. This is washable pon- Seventh Birthday Celebrated by Larry Stanley Larry Gene Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stanley, was given a party on his seventh birthday Saturday. In the games played during the afternoon prizes were won by Joe M. Jolley and Ronny Webb. Favors of hats and horns were presented the children. Special guests were Margaret Lou Lunsford and Sheryl Lee Conner. Birthday cake, ice cream and Iced drinks were served by the hostess. daughter Is more likely to be what you are than what you tell her you want her to be. Guaranteed Watch Cleaning 50 36 Hour Service 3 Your wsitch Is completely disassembled—all pivots polished —springs adjusted and machine cleaned. Chronographs and Automatics uot Included at this low price Thompson Jewelers 114 W. Main CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service 3/$tmtle "°-ind 'LAUNDRY-CLEANERS gee with an 'allover shaded rose print. Button-back blouse (right) is in nylon-and-cotton with a sainty finish. Deep V front slash leads to jewel neckline that can act as background for ropes, chokers or,pins. Both blouses are Judy Bond designs. Teresa Briley Celebrates Fourth Birthday Teresa Briley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Briley. celebrated her fourth birthday Saturday when a lawn party was given in her honor by Mrs. Briley. Balloons were used for decorations and also presented as favors along with books. Mrs. Carl Stears directed the 17 children present in playing games. Mrs. Briley was assisted in serving birthday cake, ice cream and lemonade by Mrs. Earl Wilson and Mrs. Dean Webb. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature "DRUMS OF THE CONGO" Starring Stuart Ona ERWIN & MUNSON _AND— RobertTAYLOR JANEf GEORGE LEIGH -RAFT co-starring STEVf ANNE FORREST • FRANCIS METRO NEWS Quality ROLL FILM DEVELOPING Two Day Service FILM - FLASH BULBS LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-8666 TUES,, WED., & THURS. Double Feature ^ Don'/ tell the Surprise Ending! I GABLE-TURNER! H—MATURE ^i —AND— "SEA SPOILERS" Cartoon "Duck Amuck" New Location DIXIELAND BAITERY Formerly nt 511 Chickasawba Now Lornlcd 413 31st SI. (Next to Huey's Grocery) Day & Night Service Roaches—Minnows— Worms — All Types Tnckle and Lure At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Leon Phillips, city Mrs. Jolly Leggett, Rt. 3, city Angle Mae Scott, city Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mike Miller,.city Nicky Hooper, city Mrs. Pat Chltmon, city Norma Kiitany. city Mrs. Robert F. Dean and baby, Memphis Mrs. Johnnie Flitz, city Adolph Harris, city Linda Hanna, city Mrs. Doris Permenter, Luxora Mrs. Ernest Wilson, city Mrs. Eva Sale, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. DeWayne Easley and baby, Burdette Pretty »nd practical. The light as-a-feather robe in a blend of ny- lon-and-orlon. 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