The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1955
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PA01 FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1955 - Society News - in Ann Mnllorv. Societv Editor * Pho HIM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 MUSIC CLUB OFFICERS — Olficcrs of the Orpheus Club are shown at the federation ceremonies of the club at the home of Mrs. George M. Lee yesterday. They are (lelt to right) Miss Olo- rift Ashmore, historian; Mrs. F. L. Reed, president; Mrs. O. F. Atkinson, vice-president; Mrs. Ruth Campbell, treasurer, and Mrs. W. E. Hen- drlx, Jr., secretary. (Courier Newi Photo) FederationCeremoniesCoiiducted At Lee Home for Orpheus Club A tea at the home of Mrs. George M. Lee yesterday was given for the purpose of federating the Orpheus Club, a new musical organization in Blytheville, with the state and national federation of music clubs. Federation ceremonies were conducted by Mrs. Major Griffin, president of the Nocturne Music Club of Jonesboro. The purpose of the Orpheus Club k Improvement of its members In musical culture and the advancement of interest and promoting of musical ort in Blytheville. Orpheus Is the name chosen for the club by Mrs. Edith SLephun. Officer* of the club are Mrs. F, (i. Reed, president; Mrs. G. S. Atkinson, vice-president; Mrs. W. E. Leisure-Time Charm 8262 By Sue Burnett Stunning mandarin pajamas for those precious moments of relaxation. So comfortable to wear — and a choice of sleeve lengths. Pattern No. 8262 is in sizes 12. 14, 16, 13. 20. Size 14, jacket, 3 1 yards, of 35-inch; pants, 2'£ yards; ] /2 yard contrast. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Blythevllie Courier News, 172 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. 26 cents. Hendrix, Jr., secretary; Mrs. Ruth Campbell, treasurer, and Miss Gloria Ashmore, historian. Standing committee chairmen are Mrs. W. D. Cobb, by-laws and constitution; Mrs. Lee, program, and Mrs. Atkinson, yenr book. The organizational meetings of this club were held at the homes of Mrs, D. C. Fowlston with Mrs. W. E. Hcndrlx, co-hostess; and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe with Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., co-hostess, A program meeting, nl Which time the opera, La Bohemc, was presented, was hold at the homo of Mrs. Russell C. Fnrr with Mrs. J. Wilson Henry co-hostess. A scholarship to the Egyptian Musica Camp at Du Quoin, 111., hns been presented to Ralph Nichols by the club as it* first project. At the federation ceremonies yesterday afternoon a program was presented by Nocturne Club members with Mrs. Aubrey Scott, vice president of the club and district vice-president, in chai:go. Those on the program were Mrs. Buddy Parker, pianist; Mrs. Sam Word, soloist; Mrs, Baron Thorpe, who gave a recitation; Mrs. J. C. Daniels pianist. Miss June ICtrHiiv, winner ot first place In the .Memphis Mid-South Scholarship Association, was a special guest of the Nocturne Club, and presented several piano selections, , To conclude the ceremonies Mrs. James Patrick of Jonosborq state historian, explained the work 'f tin- fudmillon. A luce cloth overlaid the refreshment tufolc which wilt; centered will) it innsslvn arnmtieiviRnt oi Dutch iris, lullps and other spring flowers and greet, tapers in silver indlestlcks. presiding at the table were Mrs. niT, , Mrs, Campbell und Mrs. Clem Whistle, Jr. Mrs. J. M, Williams, Jr., socinl chairman, and tho hostess. In the receiving line were club officers along with Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Scott and Mrs Patrick. B'nai B'rith Groups to 'onduct Meetings The Women's Chapter of B'nni B'rith will meet tomorrow night nt 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Luba Cohen for iUs regular monthly inectinc:, Members of the Men's Lodge will moot at (he home of SU'gbert Jieclrl. Dance Given For Junior High Set Misses Ann Newton while nnc: Patricia Mclnnes entertained the junior high net with 11 dance nt the Clear Luke Ftinn .home of Miss White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Newton White. Saturday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Eugene R. Mcln- nes were co-hosts for the affair. In the receiving line with the hostesses were Jesse Taylor, Jr., and John McDowell, Jr. The refreshment table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with pink carnations tied with blue and silver candlesticks holding pink tapers. In the other flow>:r arrangements the pink and blue color scheme was curried out. Miss Lenoru McInnes assisted th« hostesses. Blytheville Shrine Visited By Potentate Illustrious Potentate. L. Lchinrl McDnntol, and Mrs. McDnnltM of Little Hwk visited the Blytheville Shrine Club Friday night. They were received by Warren Moxley, president. Mnyor E. R. J nek son, 15 M. Uolt, nnrt L. Walker. A chop suoy dinner wan served from tnble centered with Dutch Iris and pom-poms. Hosts for the dinner were Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Hosp, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Shield Edwards, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Hocott and Mr. nncl Mrs, Ray Price. , Musical entertainment was provided bs r Oimny Cobb and Miss Pyggy Taylor. Joe Lynn Atkins Has Birthday Party Here Joe Lynn Atkins, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins, celebrated his ninth birthday Sunday when 31 of his friends were invited to a party. Tho children .spent part of the afternoon playing R nines on tho lawn and then were taken lo the park lo ride the miniature train. Refreshments of birthday rake, ice cream and iced drinks were served at the Shrine Club. Favors of horns and balloons were given. Mrs. Wilbur Warren and Mrs. Bunny Grimes assisted Mr. and Mrs. Atkins in stTvitiB. Moving pictures were made during the allcrnoon. Bits of News Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr., and daugter, Mary Ellen, are visiting Mrs. Hughes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Montgomery, In Wichi- la, Falls, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cain spent the weekend in Memphis. Mrs. Kitty Lancaster who has spent the winter months here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Eunice Young, returned to Newborn, Tenn., over the weekend to spend the summer months there. She was accompanied by Mrs. Young who returned home yesterday. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner visited relatives in Newbern, Tenn., over ihe week-end. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and Mrs. M. T. Moon are spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory, Mr. and Mrs. Rayfoncl Zachry and Mr. and: Mrs. E. P. Hurdin were in Jones-1 boro yesterday afternoon to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Sarah McCalL, mother of Mrs. K. B. Barker of Blythevllle. Mrs. Pear) Hires has returned from a six-week vacation spent in Union City, Tenn., and Metropolis and Brookport. 111. In Union City .she visited her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn and family and in Illinois she visited friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Slegbert Jledel. LK. Harwarg and Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise attended yesterday the Arkansas Jewish Tercentenary celebration in Little Rock. Mr. Jiedel represented the board of Temple Israel and Rabbi Vise Look part on the program by reading the Tercentenary Proclamation and by guiding a tour through a Colonial and Civil War exhibit which the rabbi had secured frorn the Jewish Archives of the Hebrew Union College In Concinnatti, O. Senator J. W. Fulbright was the principle speaker of the convocation and delivered hie address on "United States in World Affair." Mrs. E. A. Fisher has returned from a two-week visit in Memphis with her daughters, Mrs. Wade Qulnn and Mrs. J. B. Johnson, and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Fraser of Houston,' Tex., were the weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Husband. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and .son, David, spent the weekend in Sikoston vl.sitlng relatives. Mr. and Mrs. .Mm Roleson and son wcrfi in Joncjiboro Saturday night to visit Mr. Holcson's parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. J. B. Roleson, and his brother, N. F. Roleson, Mrs. Roleson and daughter who were visiting there from Kansas, City. Mo. Cpl. mid Mrs. Bob Tyrone are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons and her sister, Mrs. Aussie Young. Cpl. Tyrone is enroute to Puerto Rico. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson and Mrs. O. W. McCutclien were In Memphis last night to participate in the special winners game at Hotel Pcabody. Mrs. McCutchen and her pnrtnor, Mrs. Millin Brings, took second phii-p in the event and j Mr. und Mrs. Bolson won fourth place. Set. Gerald Grimes, son of Mr unit Mrs. John Ed Grimes of Bly- thpvijlo, who IR stationed at Fort C:unpb(?U. Ky,,. is In Las Vegns, Nov.. this work to pnrticipiite in tho atomic ttr.sts. Mrs. Russell Campbell and Mrs. O. C- Gnnsko attended the Holly Springs, MI.S.S., pilgrimage yesterday. Condition of Antliony Lambert. who underwent .surgery yesterday nl Walls Hospital, Is reported to be .saUsfnrlory. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson nre the parents of a daughter, born yesterday at Blytheville Hospital. The buby has been named Debornh Lyn, Mi*, Peterson Is the former Miss Hetty Smith, dnuphtcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Smith. Auditions Begin at Studio Here Dr. Robert E. Mueller begins auditioning piano students today at the Fowlston School of Music for the annual National Piano Auditions sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Dr. Mueller is nead of the unit of piano and organ and the unit of theory and literature in the Division of Fine Arts at Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, 111. He received his bachelor of science in music education from Wisconsin Slate College, Milwaukee, Wts., in 1942; his master of music In theory and composition from Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., in 1048; and doctor of philosophy with a major in theory and music literature from Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., in 1954. About 90 students are scheduled to play in the auditions today, tomorrow, and Wednesday. Blythevllle students participating In the auditions are Martha Fran ces Arends, Barbara Blackwood Thomas Hale Begun, Gall Clark Josephine Cure, Carol Frankum Pranke Johns, Ralph Nichols, Judy Reed, Mary Tarver Stevenson Stevie Stevenson, John Stlckmon Dixie Tapp, and Jane Terry. Masterpoint Game Played ByBridgeLeague A seven-table Mitchell Master point game was played by the Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon with East and West winners being Mr*. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Matt Monaghan, with 78 fc points, and North and South win ners being Mrs. Russell Phillip and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, with « points. Other East and West winner were Mrs. Foy Etchleson and Mrs H. C. Sims, second with 74% points, and Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Af flick and Mrs. F. W. Whttner third with 72 & polnU. Fourth place winners were Mrs W. D. Charnblin and Mrs. O. W McCutchen who .had 71 points. Second place North and South winners were Mrs, Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Audreanel Freeman wit! 64 poinffi and, with 62 points, Mrs Frank Grigsby and Jerry Carter won third place. Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mrs P. D. Foster, Jr., won fourth place with 60'/ 2 points. Read Courier News Classified Ads ANCIKNT ANCESTRY Found nloiiK the Atlantic seaboard, liorsehue crabs nre more, closely related to .scorpions and spiders than to true crabs. Their ancestry ROCS bark more than 300,000.000 years. Latest aid for farmers is an automatic pilot for tractors. The pilot works from dlstance-monsurlng and direction-sensitive controls that can be adjusted to guide the tractor over any pre-selected course. the dry Cleaning Quality that money can't buy! That 1 ! right... you can't buy the "like-new" feel and softness that our Sta-Nu finishing gives all your clothcsl As a Sta«Nu Dry Cleaner we give it to you at a quality ixira. Send ui Just oo« garment . . . you'll be so plcaied that you'll make it < happy habitl You Pay Nothing Extra For tli-li C&W CLEANERS 100 S. Division Ph. 3-4343 3 YEARS TO PAY Need An Extra Room \V« nrmifip every detail inclmUiiK i-asy monthly payments. Asbestos Siding Color - Grain Asbestos Siding wilt modernize nnri beautify ymir home. Free estimate. Colorizer Paints A very special selection of brand new colors. Call to see ALBUM of COLOR. Keep Cooler In summer and warmer in winter, Insulate for a few dollars prr month. E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. Blyrheville, Ark. Phone 3-4551 New Location DIXIELAND BAITERY Formerly at 511 Chlckaiawtw Now Located 4t» Slst St. (Next to lluey's Grocery) Day & Night Service Roaches—Minnows— Worms — All Types Tackle and Lure pric sale TUSSY CREAM DEODORANT . . . the instant deodorant BIO »1 JAR o w^/ Instantly stops perspiration odor, protects you 24 hours and more! Check* perspiration nioi$ wailing to dry! ' Safe for normal s delicate fabrics! Limited Time Only 1/2 price! STICK DEODORANT Large $1 afz« now ' WOODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Ph. 3-4507 3 Portable Electric SKIL Saws to 90 at 20% DISCOUNT E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phonf 3-45S1 Coming Event* Moodar Mildred Matthews meeting at the church, 7:30 p. m. Yarbro HD Club meeting with Mrs. Punk Willis, S p. m. Eastern Star having meeting at Masonic Temple honoring Past Matrons and Patrons, 8 p.m. A potluck supper precedes meeting. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7:30 pjn. Trl-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Gene Teaford. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Robert McGraw. NN Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. James Vest. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Orpheus Club meeting with Mrs. P. L. Reed, 1:30 p. m. Group will study "Barber or Seville," with Miss Gloria Ashmore leader. Wednesday PTA City Council meeting at First Presbyterian Church, 10 a.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Chapter D PEO meeting at the home of Mrs. E. L. Hale at Armorel for 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Jack Hale hostess. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. otto Scrape. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. M. N. Nunn. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. L. E. Old. Lange PTA meeting at 3 p. m. preceded by an executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. Thursday Lottie Moon YWA meeting at home of Mrs. Howard Caldwell, 6:30 p.m. to leave for skating party. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Chillfon Club meeting with Mrs. Mary Hatfield. Emanon Club meeting with Mrs. John Perkins, Jr. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. .. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. N. G. Jerome. Duplicate Bridge League meet- Ing. Jaycettes meeting with Mrs. W C. Manser, 1133 W. Main, 7:30 p m. FRIDAY La Finesse Club meeting with KOOLVENT ALUMINUM AWNINGS KIJ FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL NOW Ph. 3-4293 SMITH AWNING.CO. 113 S. First Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission IDC & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Miss Shepherd Honored With Dessert-Bridge Miss Bonnie Shepherd, bride-elect of Charlie Leggett, was complimented Saturday afternoon when Miss Nora Simpson entertained with a dessert-bridge at the home of Mrs. Sterling Martin. A pink and white theme was carried out in decorations with silver budvases holding pink and white blossoms centering the individual tables. Miss Shepherd wore for the occasion a grey shantung dress'and was was presented with an orchid corsage and crystal in her chosen pattern by her hostess. Mrs. Dewey Shepherd and Mrs. W. S. Leggett, mothers of the bride and groom-elects, were presented with white carnation corsages. • Mrs. Russell Simpson of Osceola assisted the hostess in serving. Bridge winners were Mrs. Simpson and Miss Jeanette Henderson. Out-of-town guests were from Osceola, Dell and Lepanto. FLOWER-BUDS Capers are the unexpanded flower-buds of the caper plant prepared with vinegar for use as a pickle, according to the encyclopedia Brltannica. Oysters are rich in copper, iron, iodine and vitamins. Mrs. Todd Harrison. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. R. B. Stout. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meeting, j At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Louis Frazier, Cooler. Leroy Mitchell, Rt. 3, city. Tommy James, Sr., Rt. 2. city. Clara Newland, city. Mrs. Lily Michie, Steele. Willie Hughes, city. Ridge Hubener, Little Rock. Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Billy Lee Freeman, city. Richard Hubbard, city. Floyd White, city. Mrs. Erma Neal Hubbard, Tuckerman. Elizabeth Rice, city. Leon Wells, city. Roy Wells, city. Norma Jean Klttany. city. Miss Elsie Gamble, city. Mrs. Woodrow Chafin, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mary Medford, city. Charlie Doyle Phillips. Rt. 3, city. Mrs. Arnold Ream and baby, Rt. 4, city. Mrs. Virgil Kelly, Holland. Dog Knows His His Rugs WORCESTER, Mass. (/Pi— Wiggles, a 9-month-old mongrel dog, is building quite a display of rug« in the Joseph R. Mahoney home— and Mahoney doesn't know whert they're coming from. He says the dog—has dragged 'at least a dozen scatter rugs, some evidently costly, onto the Mahoney premises In recent months. Wiggles -apparently works_ far afield as neighbors canv»s«d by the Mahoney children reported no losses. —AND— METRO NEWS TUES., WED., & THURS. Double Feature LOVE IN PARIS! M-G M'B "THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS" ELIZABETH TAYLOR • VAN JOHNSON WALTER PIOGEOK • DONNA REEO —AND— Cartoon "Crow Crazy" 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 Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN it 10:10 i.m and 4 p.m. (or Rltt * Boxy Program Announcements MONDAY & TUESDAY The Picture that won Grace Kelly The ACADEMY AWARD! THE COUNTRY GIRL Magnificent Acting . . Powerful Emotion . Superb Drama! (W««JtirWIU!AMroU3FJ!C-Wiil!™ talk Jam . ' CEO«OESEATON-Fn««ll«pl.|rk I aibiJOd«i.AP« Plus Paramount News & Selected Shorts Coming Soon to Ritz "REAR WINDOW" with James Slewert & Grace Kelly "THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA" with Humphrey Bogarl & Ava Gardner "BRIDGES OF TOKO-RT"—In Vista Vision with Grace Kelly & William Holrlen

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