The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 16, 1954
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUBIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1954 Pat Muffins, Society Editor Phone 4461 League Meets 'A. tour-tail* HoweU mov^nen WM played last night by members <« the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge Lttfue wbo met at Hotel Noble. Jlrst place winners with 53 points Here Mr«. E. B. Gee and Mrs. R. F Xlrsbner, and second place went to Mr*. TMrak Grigsby and Mrs. Jim Rofeaon *ith 46K points. weeks series of games for mem hut with. the following winners announced: Mrs. W. D. Chamblin firit with 57.7 points; Mrs. Grigsby aeeond with 57.5 points; Mrs. Role ion, third with 55 points; Jim Role •on, fourth, with 54.5 points; anc Mr*. Foy Etchinaon, fifth with 54 potato. For Joiner Bride ""JOINIII— Mrs. Jack Jenkins, re cent bride, was guest of honor Tuesday night at a shower at the Drive-In, when hostesses included ' MM. Henry Caveness, Mrs. Thelma Ivan* *nd Mr*. Virginia Matthews. Mrs. Jenkins, the former Miss 'Olenda Medlin, was presented with gifts from the 46 'guests present, who included her sister-in-law, Mr*. Billy Ray Medlin. and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Lewis Wil- Spring flowers were used Hurouffhout the room, and a sandwich plate with iced drinks was •irved by the hostesses. Flattering To Matrons 8941 36-52 Sue Burnett A simply styled sundress, accented with contrast, in sizes to compliment the larger figure. Neat bolero for cover-up. Pattern No. 8941 is in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 36, dress, 3& yards of 39-inch; % WIN HONORS — Donald Lee Barnes (right) and Jimmy Chandler have been named valedictorian and salutatorian of Dell High School. Donald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barnes and Jimmy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wells. Bits of News Armorel 7 s HDC Meets at School Armorel Home Demonstration Club members, together with a number of guests, met yesterday noon at the school cafeteria for a covered dish luncheon and workshop. Mrs. T. R. Watson was hostess. Main feature of the meeting was a study of the art of picture making, with all taking part in demonstrations of the construction of shadow boxes, the framing of pictures and various other phases of the work. Guests present included Mrs. B A. Bugg, Mrs. Lee Stiles. Mrs Mike Buchanan, Mrs. Don Wilhelm Mrs. Helen Hudson and Mrs, E. C Adkisson. Dogwood HDClub Entertained Here Ten members of Dogwood Demonstration Club met at the clubhouse Wednesday afternoon. Group singing opened the meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. Bill Coble and prayer of- r ei;ed by Mrs. P. B. Jarrett. A kitchen hat parade was conducted with Mrs. Bill Cable winning first place. Mrs. Ira Koonce, clothing leader of the group, gave a demonstration. In the social hour, Mrs. Cable and Mrs. Jerry Scrape were hostesses. Birthday Party Given in Home Ann Willingham was complimented on her eighth birthday this week at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. J. Willingham. Game prizes went to Elaine Ford, Bobby Cash, and Patty Sue Harris. Mrs. Willingham was assisted in serving ice cream and cake and distributing Easter favors by Pat Wilingham, Carolyn Westall, Sara Bagley and Delores Harris. rard contrast; bolero, 2 yards; % *ard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in OINS. your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- 3ER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Quincy itreet, Chicago 6, HI. Send 25 cents now for your copy 'f Basic FASHION, Spring '54, jur complete pattern magazine, complete guide in planning a well rounded wardrobe for spring- through-summer. BAKE SALE ARK-MO POWER CO.—SAT. APRIL 17 *Home Made Cakes ^Cookies ^Candies *Pi€* ^Colored Eggs SPONSORED BY THE LADIES OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH for the COURIER NEWS n Osceola, call n BILLY BEALL, 567-M Baptist Class Holds Meeting Mrs. W. R. Oenning and Mrs. J. C. Gowen were hostesses last night to members of the Homemaker's Class of First Baptist Church, en- tertafning at the Oenning home. Mrs. H. H. Brooks, class teacher, gave the opening prayer, Mrs. Lane Nowell presided over the business session, Mrs. Billy Wooten gave the devotional, and the closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Allen Rushing. Gladioli and other spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms, and the hostesses served refreshments during the social hour. Layette Shower Is Given Here Mrs. D. Beard entertained last night with a layette shower for Mrs. Ernest Phillips. Included among the 23 guests present was one out-of-town guest, Mrs. Jack Ashby of Huntington, Term. Prizes in games played during j the evening were won by Mrs. Ruby Hendrix, Mrs. Arch Beard and Mrs. Bftiy Davis. After the guest of honor had opened her gifts, refreshments of a sandwich plate with iced drinks were served. Coming Events Friday Stitch and Chatter Club meets with Mrs. Leon Davis at 7:30 p.m. at the Air Base. Saturday Primary and Junior children of the First Christian Church meet at 2 p.m. at the church for Easter Party, and the Kindergarten groups meet at 4 p.m. at the church. Oops. 1 HIGH POINT. N. C. (#>)—A defendant who skipped out on his Superior Court bond hitched a ride in a car earring a police officer — and his bondswoman. Neighbors Russian and American territory are separated only by five miles. In the Bering Strait, between Siberia and Alaska, Russia owns Big Diomede island and the United States owns Little Diomede island. THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Preview Sat. Nile 10:30 5UN.& |^ April 17-18-19 ClNEMASCOFf Miss Delia Purtle of St. Louis arrived this morning to visit her mother. Mrs. J. W. Purtle, and her brothers, Charles and Robert Purtle and families. Also arriving for Easter will be Mrs. Purtle's son, J. W. Purtle. Jr., and family of Helena, who also will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Punk Willis. Mrs. Ben T. Mays has returned from Ephrata. Wash., where for three weess she visited her daughter. Mrs. Richard S. Rager, Captain Rager and family. En route home, she visited a sister, Mrs. Jim G. Ferguson, in Evanston, HI. Allan Berry is spending today in Blue Mountain. Miss. Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Harry W. Haines spent today in Memphis. Joe Lynn Atkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins, has been dismissed from Chickasawba Hospital where he has been undergoing treatment. His condition is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Brown and family of Risco, Mo., will be the week end guests of her sister, Mrs. R- V. Mallory, Mr. Mallory and family. E. R. Mason spent today in Memphis. Misses Sally Trieschman an Donna Sue Gore, students at Mi sissippi Southern, Hattiesburg, ar rived last night to spend the Easte holidays with their parents. The were met in Memphis by Mis Trieschman's father, J. G. Triesch man. Mrs. Ernest Roe spent yesterday in Memphis with her mother. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, Jr., am daughter, Ellen, who have been visiting her parents in Wichita Falls, Texas, for the past 10 day, arrived in Memphis this afternoor where Mr. Hughes met them an< motored them home. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lowe have as their guests for the Easter week end their son, James Cecil Lowe H. and Miss Margaret Keim o Belleville, 111., who arrived, here last night. Miss Keim is a studen at Washington University in St Louis, and Mr. Lowe is a studen at Washington University's Schoo of Medicine there. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black ar rived home last night from Mem phis where they have been for the past several days at Baptist Hos pital where Mr. Black underwen an operation. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey and family have as their guest for the Easter week end, their son, Harp Bailey, who arrived last night from Hendrix College. Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. Ines Wickard o Grayville, HI., will come tomorrow to join her daughter and familj for the holidays. Miss Betsy Bell, a student a Southwestern. Memphis, arrived Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRL, & SAT. Double Feature MISSION OVER KOREA. John •Ufrtnj John Audrey Maur»n HODIAK- DEREK • TOT& AND CSUIMft ncraas a mm sncui SUSSEI CENTURY FOX oftftc Riftes ^^ ^^^^ Tiruij,r 1- .• d Fid i,it ittrrihf TYRONE POWER TERRY " MICHAEL MOORE -RENNIE Produerfby OifMtedby FRANK P. ROSENBERG • HENRY KING 9H* GOrT- BEN ROBERTS From i ftwy ky Ntrnr •MM M tht to*l kf T»lbet Mun* eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee A la me! n ^ SCOTT BRADY •a axwra MNI.ET • rain Huecs • a * XB*C*T ("TOOK nd «OWt WOtlHWC TOTS • PROM ft - o«w«i or nsD f jwo Serial" "Jungle Raiders" No. 3 & Cartoon SUN. & MON. Double Feature CINGIR ASTAIRE ROGERS A PANDM S. BERMAN Production- Direettd by MARK SANORICM litM M Hi Mij "Iltlt KUr li IllttI ISIMK — AND— USED ON PHIll'S PliLttttt WIZE NOVEL/ JANE\/WMAN CVt FORREST f^wK M j(MHr*m | .-HENRY BLAftKC Metro News last night to spend the Easter week end with her mother, Mrs. Mahan Bell, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stewart Jr., and children, Jeannie and Bryant, III, of Campbell, Mo., were the overnight guests last night of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.' F. Stewart Sr. Mrs. E. C. Brown returned last night from Texarkana, Texas, where she was called several days ago because of the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. Homer Williams. Mrs. Williams' condition now is improved and she has been able to be removed from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tom Stewart and children of New Madrid, Mo., will be the guests here Sunday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Stewart, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Oeburn have as their guests for Easter their son. Bobby Osburn. a strident at Ole Miss, Oxford, and their daughter, Miss Sue Osburn of Memphis. Mrs. Jimmie Simmons will leave for her home in Conway tomorrow after having spent the past week here with her mother, Mrs. O. C. Stone. Miss Bobbie Jean Seymore. a student at Bethany-Peniel Nazarene College, Bethany, Okla., is spending the Easter holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Seymore. Sgt. Donald Stone left yesterday to return to Austin, Texas, where he is stationed with the Air Force, after a week's furlough here with his father, O. C. Stone, and his grandmother, Mrs. Bill Stone. O'Neal Dedman arrived yesterday from University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, to be the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman, and family. T. I. Seay returned yesterday afternoon from Detroit, Mich., where he attended a meeting of automobile dealers. Mrs. James Barksdale and Miss Emma Kate Richards spent today in Memphis, Mr, and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry returned home last night from Stuart, Fla.,'where they have been guests of her sister, Mrs. Brian Frazier, and Mr. Frazier. Mr. Cherry, while away, also attended the New York Life Insurance Company's convention held at the Bellevue BUtmore Hotel, Bellaire, Fla. At the Hospitals Dismissed: Blytheville Hospital Mrs. Ernest Rast, Caruthersville, Mo. Jim McClure, Cooter, Mo. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Edward McGregor, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. Shinault and baby, Bragg City. Mo. Mrs. R. B. Riggs, Manila. BEST PAL—Movie star Mari Blanchard has a mink on a string as well as on her shoulders. Mari's pet,'leading her out of a Hollywood stage door, is unusual. Mink breeders claim that only one out oi 200.000 minks can be tamed No Starch, Just Corn SACRAMENTO, Calif. (ff>)— Mrs Alfred Giorgi sent her young son Michael to a neighbor to borrow two tablespoons of corn starch. He returned with a jigger of whisky. $1.50 sq. yd. Std. Linoleum .75 sq. yd. For Laying mRSq. Yd. LmL ** Installed Ray's Floor Center 107 E. Main —Phone 8650 "Flooring Is Our Business ... Not o Sideline" •••••*•• OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS 7:00 2""SHOWS"EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT "TEXAS CARNIVAL" With Esther Williams & Red Skelton SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program WARNER BROS.P»M«I»T FRANK JOAN rnnnpi jwnn ,•._ LOVEJOY-WELDON.0 Plus Cartoon "Lucky Pigs" SUNDAY & MONDAY AFTER A WHILE-A GUY'S GOT TO LET GO... •* tfMT MURPHY • R02IRT KEITH • Screen Piiy by KHN PAX! ON . Directed b» LAHO KNCMX A COtUMMA «CTW« • A »UNVCV KMMC* ft**clfM PLUS TWO CARTOONS Piano Recital To Be Presented Mrs. Edith Stephan will present her piano students in a recital Tuesday in the Educational Building of the First Methodist Church at 8 p.m. Those appearing on the program will be Sarah Bagley, Robert Brown, Jimmie Buffington, Sally Jo Elliott, Teresa Gregory, Ceclia Henderson, Jeanne Hood, Emily Huffman, Carolyn Kidd, Anne King, Linda Marble, Linda McClanahan, Brinda McClanahan, Mary Alice McWaters, Anita McWaters and Margaret McWaters. World's insect population is 25,000,000 per square mile, as compared with a human population of 50 per square mile. Thursday Club Has Luncheon An Easter egg tree formed the centerpiece yesterday for the luncheon table when Mrs. W. B. Tanner was hostess to members of the Thursday Club and one guest, Mrs. H. C. Sims. ' Pansies floating in a low bowl were used in the living room and tall vases of vivid tulips were placed about the other entertaining rooms of the house where bridge was played following luncheon. High score prize went to Mrs. Ross D. Hughes and second high to Mrs. R. F. Kirshner. Since it first opened in 1792, the r_T. s, Mint has struck gold, silver, and minor coins valued at more than $7,000,000,000. Special tAjltK BLYTHEVILLE COUNTRY CLUB For Members and their guests Served From 12 'till 2 ON OUR METALLIC CURVED SCREEN Listen to ELCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rite & Box? Prbgram Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY THOSE * COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR TERESA BREWER GENE BARRY J GUY MITCHELL AGNES MOOREHEAD THE BELL SISTERS A Paramount Picture Paramount News & Selected Shorts JAWS OF DEATH!... SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program —AND— Pzutette GODDAM • mm *ffi^^^**«™« H WOMAN—I THEY ALMOST 1 LYNCHED I I A REPUBLIC PICTURE 1 CARTOON "CRAZY TOWN" SUNDAY and MONDAY STAR SEES m THE SCREEN! 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