The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 27, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27,1958 - Society News - io Ann Mallow ftn/Mptv Editor * Pho] Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 "Graduation Waltz," Theme Used At Party Honoring Senior Girls "Graduation Waltz" was the theme used yesterday when Mrs. J, Cecil Lowe entertained her senior music students, their friends and two guests, Miss Mable Crook and Miss Millie Ann Mallory, with a party. Senior girls present for the party* were Misses Sue Jobe, La Nea! Sudbury, Pat Partiow. Sherrle Sparks," Pat Speck, Polly Deer, Linda Rayder, Pat Scott, Maty Louise Scrape, Dolores Adams, Martha Bean, Peggy Taylor, Ann Seay Jimmie Lee Moore, Gail Whitsitt and Mary Alice McWaters. A record of Graduation Waltz topped with an ivory piano Illled with philodendrum and red star flowers centered the lace-overlaid refreshment table. Encircling this arrangement were gifts of jewelry for the girls tied in the maroon and white school colors. Attached to each was a miniature recording of the same melody. Presiding at the table was Miss Crook and In the musical games played during the afternoon a box of stationery was awarded to Miss Adams. Vases of lilies-of-the-valley and Miss Asbmore £ Presents Program in ° To Orpheus Club From the "Barber of Saville", Miss Gloria Ashmore In original costume gave the story ol the opera as seen through Figaro's eyes at the last meeting for this season of the Orpheus Club. The organization met at the home of Mrs. F. L. Reed with Mrs. Ruth Campbell a§ co-hostess last night. Mrs. Rudolph Bitter gave an unusual story on the life of Rossini, composer of the aria, and to com- lete the program outstanding arias ,ey nuu letu i-iic yti^im" uuvomu"i»»B •«..—other miniature musicai Instru- | r om the composition were played, ments were used about the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Moore Guest of Yarbro Club Mrs. Forrest Moore was a guest yesterday at the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meeting and also presented demonstrations on proper table settings and party foods. Fourteen members gf the club met at the home of Mrs. Punk Wttils. Etiquette tips by Mrs. Lee Stiles and group singing opened the meeting. A driftwood arrangement was the eye-opener. Mrs, Elzle Wheeler read a poem preceding the devotional Riven by Mrs. Carl Burton. Mrs. Stiles announced that a Better Homes- Tour would be held on May 5. Following repeating of the Woman's Creed, a social hour was held at which time the hostess served refreshments and games were played. The jumper is sophisticated this spring. It tiirns up In silk and in versions that are sheath-like or full-skirted. For A Tiny Princess By Sue Burnett Here's an adorn ble prlnc-ess- llned dress for a miss of three to eight And included in (.he pattern is he-ruffled pinafore. Pattern No. 8260 i. 1 in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, dress, 2^ yards of 35-inch; 'j yard contrnst; pinafore 1 , 1'J2 yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your nnme, nddri-ss, svae desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Blytheville Courier News, i72 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. , Basic FASHION spring and summer, '55 is an exciting, e.isy to follow guide for every woman who sews. Be sure to send for your copy today, 25 cents. Dell FHA Entertains Mothers EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2(15 Beer Specials 24 cans ...... $3.25 6 cans 90 BUDWEISER or BLUE RIBBON 6 cans $1.00 PHILIP APPLEBAUM LIQUOR STORE 110 8. Fifth Ph. 3-M41 Dell Future Homemakcr's of America members entertained their mothers with a style show and tea in the high school auditorium Friday evening. Clothes were modeled by 25 members before a stage of vined covered trellis, palm trees and baskets of gladioli. Miss Gail Smith gave the welcoming address and chapter mothers, Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. Clity SLallings, Mrs. Coy Tweedlo, and Mrs. 6. T. Freeman along with Miss Ella May Dlxon, pianist, and Miss Ruth McQrtlder, sponsor, were presented corsage* by the organization. Following the style show refreshments of punch and cookie* were served. Mission Study Taught by Mrs. Co I dwell . A mission study was taught by Mrs. Grace Caldwcll Inat night when flvu mem bur and one visitor of Annie Armstrong Circle met at lipr home. Mrs. Cnldwcll also gave the invocation with Mrs. Bill Lowe conducting the business session. The devotional was given by Mrs. Ernest Walker. Closing prayer Was by Mrs. Mary Lyons. NN Bridge Club Entertained In Vest Home Members of NN Bridge Club nncl three guests met nt the home or Mrs. .Jnines Vest lust night. Guests wore Mrs. James Wim- uerly, Mrs. , Carolyn Berry and Miss Barbara Carter. Miss Carter won high and brldgo In the gamrs and Mrs. Vest won second high. Low bowls of pansies were used to decorate the Vest home and a dessert course preceded the games. Mrs. Joyner, v\rs. Foster Guests of Club Mrs. P. B. Joyner and Mrs. P. D. Foster were guests at the La Pe- titu Club luncheon yesterday at Hotel Noble. Following luncheon, bridge games were plnyed with Mrs. A. H. Mc- \tnnus winning high score. Mrs. Dale Dunlnp, second high, and Mrs. Foster, bridgo. EARLY GOLF BALLS Prior (o 18-18, golf balls were made of leather, stuffed by means of n special tool with "as many feathers as a hat will hold," according to the Encyclopedia Brltannica. Mrs. Nora Ferguson Martin was admitted to Blythevllie Hospita yesterday morning to undergo treatment. She Is In Room 307. Mrs. W. L. iglehart of Dell Is a patient in Chlckasawba Hospital She is In Room 13-5. Robert Birmingham has returned to lackland Air Force Base San Antonio, Tex., where he wil be stationed for the next 18 months as a Ti trainer after having spent furlough here visiting relatives Will Birmingham of Jackson, Tcnn., is visiting his grandson, C. S. Birmingham, and Mrs. Blrmlng. harn. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moore arc in Hot Springs to attend the wedding of Mrs. Moore's cousin. Field Wasson, and Miss Mary Clinton Mr. Wasson is a frequent Blytheville visitor. Larry Cummings Is now at the home of his grandmother, Mrs Houston Carter, following surgery at Chlckasawba Hospital. Those in Kennett yesterday to attend funeral services for Mrs L. H. Moore were Mr. and Mrs John McHaney, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney, R. Q. McHaney, Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker and W. H. Mlnyard. Others attending were Mr. am Mrs. George Barhiim,Mr. and Mrs Max Usrcy, Mr. and John McDowell, Mrs. J, D. McDowell Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. Joe Pride, Mrs. V. O. Holland, Mrs. Jim Dates, Mrs. A. O. Hall, Mrs. W, .S. Johnston, Mrs. James L Brooks, Mrs. FarrLl McCalla, P. C. Rothrock. Charlie Gray and R. A. Nelson. Mrs. O. C. Stone has returned from Fayettevllle where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Simmons, and Mr. Simmons. Mr. Simmons is a student at the university and will receive hlfi degree in Au- ;ust. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wheat, Mrs. I. L. May and Mrs. O. C. Stone were in Memphis last night to visit Harvey Martin who underwenl heart surgery at Baptist Hospital yesterday and to be with Mrs. Martin. Nancy Paulette Thompsan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Thompson, is confined to her home with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Morris have returned from Fayctteville where Mr. Morris was a delegate to the state Lions Convention. Arriving today to be the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter, Beth, are Mr. and Mrs. Harlon Gralton ol Delhran, Saudi Arabia. Mr. Orafton is employee of Saudi Oil Company and they are presently vacationing in this country before returning to Arabia May 10. Mrs. dm fton and Mrs. Johnson are cousins. Osceola Boy Has Birthday Party Bob Johnson of Osceola celebrated his eighth birthday Saturday when 26 of his friends were Invited to his home for birthday cake nnd Ice cream and later were taken to the picture show. Assisting Mrs. Johnson In serv Ing were her nieces, Misses Mary and Martha DIHard. Coming Events Thursday Lottie Moon YWA meeting at home of Mrs. Howard Cnldwcll. 6:30 p.m. to leave for skating party. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Chillion Club meeting With Mrs. Mary Hatfleld. .Emnnon 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 meeting. Jaycettes meeting With Mrs. W. C. Manser, 1133 W. Main, 7:30 p. m, Altrusn Club meeting sit Hotel Noble Colonial Room. FRIDAY La Finesse Club meeting with Mrs. Todd Harrisun Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. R. B. Stout. Esther Class of First Baptist Church meeting: with Mrs. Allen Mrs. Stanford To Present StudentsinRedtal Mrs. T. L. Stanford will prewni her piano students In their spring recital Thursday night at 8 o'clock in the school auditorium at Burdette School. Students who will participate on the program are Mary Ann Ellis, Linda Wpltmore, Sandra Thwcatt, Eddie Rlhcrcl. June Minor, Vir- Clnla Howard, Tommie Jo Olive and O. W. Hall of Iwxora; Janice McHatfey, Lalhi Ann Callis, Jeanle Permenter, Peggy Quarles, Brenda Long, Betsy Stalcup Phlllls Brothers, Laqueta Talley Nena StumbauKli, Peggy Neil, Pal Holder and Wanda Gall Young ol Burdette. Canasta Party Given at Starr HomeinOsceola Mrs. Bettye Nelle, Starr, Mrs. George Doyle and Miss Blanche Clocre entertained five tables of canasta at the home ol Mrs. Starr in Osceola yesterday. The focal point in the entertaining rooms was a large- silver bowl filled with shades of pink carnations Interspersed with white mallne stock. White Dutch iris was used about the living room and centering the individual tables were minature slippers holding nosegays of old- fashioned flowers. Pink lace mats overlaid the tables from which the dessert, chocolate angel delight, was served. In the canasta games Mrs. Bob Cromer, Mrs. V. C. Colbert and Mrs. Faber White won high score. Mrs. J. W. Whltworth and Mrs. J-. W. Cartwright won bridgo and low score went to Mrs. Ed Bowles. Mrs. McGraw Hostess to CIB Bridge Club Mrs. Robert McGraw was hostess to members of CIB Bridge Club with a dessert-bridge at her home yesterday. She had as guests Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. Lynn Brown. Bridge winners were Mrs. Utho Barnes, high, Mrs. Brown, second high, and Mrs, Robert I. Thompson, bridgo. Tulips Used To Decorate Taylor Home Tulips were used to decorate the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor when a dessert-bridge for Tuesday Bridge Club was given nt her home. Mrs. C. E. Crlggrr and Mrs. E. M. RcgenoH were winners in the bridge games. Dell Seniors To Present Annual Play Dell Senior Class will present it's annual .senior play Friday night beginning at 8 p. in. The play, "Great Caesar's Ghost," will be presented iii the high school auditorium. WHENCE EXPRKSSION The American Indians buried the hatchet when making peace and'dug it up again when on the wnrpath, hence the expression "to bury the hatchet." The average American woman uses three times her average weight in cosmetics between the ag?s of 14 nnti BO. A l The Hospitals ijlhcvlllR Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Essie Baker, city. W. P. Polk, Cooler Chlrkasjuvba Hospital Dismissed: Lnrry Cummfnps. city Glonda Porris, city. Florin Easley, Biirdetto. Phylis Sweat, city. Rushing, 7:30 p. m. Executive Board of United Church Women meeting nt home of Mrs. Frcomim Robinson. 2:30 p. m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meeting HAS YOUR CHILD CHANGED • • • Since his last portrait was made? LEE BEARDEN PHOTORAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-8666 for Appointment Mrs. Teaford Entertains at Home of Mother Mrs. Gene Tcalord entertained TrI-Town Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. Chris Tompklns, at Burdette yesterday Mrs. E. M Terry, Jr., was the only guesl present. Spring /lowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms to decorate for the dessert-bridge. High scores Tvent to Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Fred Kelly. Mrs. Burkett To Speak at Osceola Church Mrs. W, B. Burkett of Joiner will be guests peaker tonight at the Osceola Presbyterian Church. She will speak to the Men of the Church at their regular monthly dessert-meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams and baby were supper guests Wednesday of his uncle, M. M. Williams, and Mrs. Williams. Miss Ada Anderson accompanied Mrs. C. E. Byler and Gene Huddleston of Lepanto (0 Memphis Saturday afternoon. H. L. Modesitt returned Saturday afternoon from a Memphis Htospftal where he had been a pa- ,ient for a week, Mrs. Reba Noblin visited Mrs. Effle Williams Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Rice and children, Jay and Helen, visited Mr. NEW STAMP-This 60-lire stamp, honoring the Marian Year, has just been issued by ftalian postal authorities. The blue stamp depicts "The Madonna of Pity," from a marble group of Michelangelo, now in SI. Peter's Basilica in Rome. GOOD RECORD The Naval Observatory clocks n Washington, D. C., which furnish the standard time for the ntire country, .sometimes are off only one second or less in a nonth. Read Courier news classified Ads. LOSING WEIGHT BUT NOT TIME-Thii |U catchet up on her reading in New York City while lying down on the Job of losing poundage. The mechanically operated reducing table IMS the customer relax, fuUy dressed, while the oscillating pad, center, helps melt away unwanted weight Customer lies with whatever part of her body on the pad that sht wants to ilender, la above caitt the hips. and Mrs. Ray Adams in Leachvllle iaturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Davis and baby of Black Oak returned with them to spend the weekend. Miss Brenda Noblin and brother, Wayne, went to St. Louis Wednesday where Wayne entered Shrine Hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland left last week for a two-week visit with their daughters, Mrs. Van M. Shelden, and family . at Portsmouth, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Davis, and family at Ransley, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sornson, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Tipp and children spent Sunday at Oliphant as juests of Mr. Sornson's mother, tfrs. Martha Sornson. Those visiting in the J. L. Jacobs home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobs and son of Memphis. Pfc. Clyde Daniels returned to Fort Campbell, Ky., after spending ils leave here with relatives. Misses Ann Tuff and Rosetta Humphreys spent Sunday afternoon in Memphis visiting Mrs. AI- va Taff. Misses Ann Taff, Neta KImbrell and Martha Benton were guests of Ray Rigsby, Alvin Aycock and Mil,on Burk at the Burdette football banquet at the Rustic Inn In Blytheville Friday night. Pvt. Billy Johnston is here from Camp Gordon, t>a., for a 14-day 'urlough before reporting to Massachusetts for training. A. T. Edwards spent the weekend , In Searcy as guest of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain spent the weekend in Hot Springs is the guest of Mrs. India Holingsworth. The Rev. and Mrs. M. J. Pollard and daughters of Bono were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Modesitt. Mrs. T. K. Williams and son, Alan, of Helena were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nichols. Pvt. William Barnes of San An- RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 5M Cl. L»k« Are. Pho. 3-6981 tonio, Tex., spent the weekend here with relatives. S/Sgt. Wirnuel Hargraves returned (com Ctnadi recently and spent Monday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bar- graves, Mrs. Hargraves has been with her mother, Mrs. Dixie Ford. Mr. »nd Mrs. E. H. Craig spent last week at Hughes as guests of their granddaughter and (amily, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey McArthur. Mrs. Lottie Nichols and Misi Ada Anderson spent Friday in Memphis. EASTMAN KODAKS Movie Cameras KIRBY DRUG STORES Authorized Dodge-Plymouth Service Factory Trained Mechanics • Factory Approved Equipment • Factory Engineered Parts For Service Bring Your Dodge or Plymouth Home to 61 MOTOR CO. N. Hwy. 61 (Same location as 61 Imp. Co.) Ph. 2-2142 WEEK-END SPECIALS Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. - Man. 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