The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 13, 1954
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BLYTHETTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWi THURSDAY, MAY It, ItM Society News ia Sruvptrv Rrfitnr • F Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Meets in Hotel For Luncheon The Canary Room of Hotel Noble was the scene,, Tuesday for a luncheon meeting of the Charlevoix Chapter of Daiighters of the American Revolution. Mrs, E. B. Woodson and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris were hostesses for the meeting. The fourteen members were joined by two guests,' Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, mother of Mrs. Norris, and Miss Patsy Caldwell, Blyiheville's DAR good citizenship girl. The three-course luncheon was served from a long table centered by red roses and jjhasta daisies in crystal container. Place cards were appointment books tied with forget-me-nots. Mrs. E. J. Cure, regent, opened the meeting, and introduced Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick who spoke on "Americanism." Mrs. Cure presented Miss Cald•well with the good citizenship award. Mrs. James B. Clark and Mrs. Cure gave reports on the Continental Congress of DAR Which they attended in Washington, D. C last month. WIN SCHOOL HONORS — Mae Clark and David Towles have been selected Miss and Mr. Luxora High School. Miss Clark is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clark and Mr. Towles is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Towles. La Petite Club Is Entertained Members of the-La Petite Club met at the home of Mrs. Max Usrey Tuesday afternoon when she entertained with a "dessert-bridge party. Roses and pansies adorned the tables, from which a dessert course was served, and were plac- «c about the entertaining rooms. High score went to Mrs. Neal Gesell, wth second going to Mrs. A. H. McManus and bridge to Mrs. Bupert Gralton. Forever The Favorite , Sue Burnett This softly tailored shirtwaister is a favorite in every wardrobe season after season. And it's so nicely detailed. Pattern No. 8113 is in sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36, 4% yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN ^NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. .Spring '54 Basic FASHION con- Junior Auxiliary Head Names Committee Chairmen for 1954-55 Mrs. Ben W. Harpole, Jr., president of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary has "appointed her committee chairman for work to be conducted during the following year. Included are Mrs. Max Logan, finance; Mrs. Robert G. McHaney, expansion; Mrs. I. R. Cole- rnan, civics; Mrs. James Roy, legislative; Mrs. Jack Hale, publicity; Mrs. Bob Warren, thrift shop; Mrs. Max Usrey, Jr., Lange School for Exceptional Children; Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, visual screening program; Mrs. Newton Whitis, story hour; Mrs. James, Terry, milk fund. Mrs. Blan S. Heath, chairman and Mrs. Harry A. Haines, cochairman of the fashion show; Mrs. Freeman Robinson, case workers with Mrs. Jerry Cohen as assistant; Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., constitution and bylaws; Mrs. Oscar Fendler, chairman and Mrs. F. Don Smith, cochairman of dental health; Mrs. Max Logan, Mrs. B. F. Brogdon and Mrs. R. A. Porter, budget committee, and Mrs. Max Usrey and Mrs. James Lee Brooks, auditing committee. Trinity Circles Conducts Meeting Members of four circles of Trinity Baptist Church held meetings this week. The Evelyn Stanford Circle rrfet at the home of Mrs. C. R. Robinson with 10 members and three guests. Mrs. Harvey Parrish presided and Mrs. J. C. Cherry gave the devotional. Mrs. Bert Ross gave the study. Mrs. Herman Adair was hostess to the Jewel Abernathy Circle with Mrs. H. H. Burnette giving the mission study. Mrs. Bill Borum was hostess to the Mildred Matthews Circle. Mrs. Borum gave the devotional, and Mrs. Gay Lewis taught the mission study. Well-Child Clinic Conducted The bi-monthly well-child clinic was held yesterday at the Health Unit, with the First Presbyterian Church in charge. Six children underwent the examinations, given by Dr. Joe Beasley. Mrs. George Dillahunty, Mrs. J. E. Carter and Mrs. Gordon Harris assisted the health unit personnel. Gosnell PTA Has Meeting Members of Gosnell PTA met Tuesday night at the school for a monthly meeting conducted by Mrs. R. L. Maxwell, when the high school glee club was featured on the program, Mrs. Hap Brewer gave the devotional and Mrs. E. H. McMurray gave a reading. Following the business session, a social hour was held. Sixty thousand people live below sea level in the Imperial Valley of California . tains a wealth of smart, easy to i sew styles for all sizes. Colorful, j informative and interesting. Send 1 25 cents for your copy. Half Moon News Mr. and Mrs. George Williams an daughter, Ann, of Gosnell spent the day Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot, and family. Mrs. John R. Buck and Sam Buck of Popular Bluff, Mo., spent the week end with the families of Jack and H. C. Buck. ..Miss Mary Ughtfoot has gone to Atlantic City, N. J., as a delegate to a CIO meeting as representative of Local 598. She will be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hawkins and children of Blytheville spent the day Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins, here. Mrs. Jim Alexander was callel to Springfield. Miss., on account of the death of her sister, Mrs. Betty Rea. Cpl. and Mrs. John Haynes and baby of San Antonio, Tex., spent the week end with their parents. At the Hospitals BlytheviUe Hospital Dismissed: H. R. Crawford, Dell Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Tommy Baker, City Mrs. W. F. Elledge City' Mrs. Herman Phillips Osecola Jesse Dunn Hermondale Mo. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy Buffington City Mrs. Katie Pierce City Karen Wheat City Didn't Like City Cops FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (ff>) — A drunk staggered into the county jail and demanded to be arrested and thrown into jail. The sheriff was willing to oblige but asked the man why he wanted to be clapped behind bars . "I'm going to keep them damned city police from getting me" he replied. PEO Sisterhood Has Luncheon In Hale Home Mrs. Jack Hale was hostess at her country home yesterday afternoon for a luncheon entertaining members of Chapter "D" of the PEO Sisterhood. Eighteen persons attended. A low silver bowl brimming with yellow roses and yellow and white dajsie* centered the luncheon table. Mrs. R. A. Porter presided over a business session conducted following the luncheon. Mrs. B. A. Lynch presented the monthly report from the "PEO Record," The history of the two political parties was discussed by Mrs. Hale for the afternoon's program. Canasta Club Is Entertained Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth entertained this week for the Tuesday Canasta Club at her home when all members were present for the occasion. Winner of the canasta games was Mrs. Rosa Schuneritsch with second prize going to Mrs. O. O. Elkins Sr. and third going to Mrs. Paul Byrum. The hostess whose country home was decorated with a variety of spring roses served a salad course to conclude the afternoon's entertainment. " Books of Theatre Tickets ff THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FROM WANNm BROS. WHO O»V« VOW COMB* THK rmVt OUTDOOR THE UNCONQUERABLES WHO FORGED THE AMERICAN FRONTIER!! am »TEHtOPHONIC SOUR* AT REGULAR ADMISSION-PLUS SELECTED SHORTS •• 4 Shower Is Given For Bride-Elect Mrs. Brice Richards, Jr., the former Miss Joyce Miller of Joiner was honored Tuesday night with a wedding shower at the Joiner Methodist Church. A buffet Supper was served from a table overlaid with a crocheted table cloth, centered with roses and two candlelabra. There were 80 guests present Mrs. Richards was assisted in the opening of her gifts by Miss Donna Yancey and Miss Shirley McFatrldge, both class mates of hers. Mrs, Richards is a member of the graduating class of Shawnee School where she is the valedictorian, secretary of the state F. H. A. Presi- dnet of the local F. H. A. chapter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Miller of Joiner. Hostesses for the party were Mrs. J. 3. Wilson, Mrs. Donald Perry, Mrs. James Ford and Mrs. Jim Speck, Coming Events Thursday Ruth Sunday School Class has potluck supper and business meeting at the home of Mrs. G. C. Bartholomew with Mrs. A. H. Binghan as co-hostess at 7:30 p. m. The Deborah Class of the First Baptist Church has potluck dinner at 7 p. m. with Mrs. Leslie Moore. Mrs. George Workman, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and Mrs. Lois Rice are hostesses at 7 p. m. for a potluck supper at the Workman home for the Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Thomas Dorris. Organizational meeting of Exemplar members of the Beta Sigma Phi is to be held at 730 p.m. at the Rustic Inn. Vendredi Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. Recital Is Tomorrow Mrs. C. Johnson will present her pupils in an accordion and piano recital tomorrow night at the Sudbury School auditorium at 8 p.m. The recital will be open to the public. NOW YOU CAN LICK ATHLETE'S FOOT WITH KERATOLYTIC ACTION T - 4 - L. a keratolytlc fungicide, SLOUGHS OFF the tainted outer skin. exposing burled fungi and kills on contact. Leaves skin like baby's In Just ONE HOUR. If not pleased, your 40c back at any drug store. Today at Sirby Bros. Drug. Sudbury PTA Installs Officers Members of the Sudbury Parent-Teachers Association met yesterday afternoon at the school to install the 1954-55 officers. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner installed the following: Mrs. Harold Sudbury, president; Mrs. W. R. Summerville, vice president; Mrs. John W. Edwards, secretary; and Mrs. Jack Marsh, treasurer. Mrs. James White's second grade pupils presented a play "On The Farm," and later a devotional was by Mrs. W. R, Summerville. Miss Alma Peters and Mrs. White won the room count. Gifts were presented to the teachers after which the first grade mothers served refreshments. Holland News By Mrs. Voris Workman Community Club Meets The Culbertson Community Club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Buster_ Tankersley, with 17 members present. Mrs. Witt Smith, president, presided. This was an annual memorial meeting in which deceased members and members who have moved away are honored.- Mrs. Annie Little, a former Mosely teacher, who died this spring, was remembered. Home Demonstration Week was honored by reading on the various departments of Home Demonstration work, and the past work of the club was reviewed by Mrs. Homer Smith reading, from her scrap book headlines of past events and work of the club that had been recorded in newspapers. Refreshments of ice cream and and cake were served by Mrs. Tankersley. Mrs. Utley Hostess The Town and Country Club met Wednesday night with Mrs. Clarence Utley. At bridge, Mrs. Arnold Moon won high score, Mrs. Virgil Utley, secomd and Mrs. Joe Coleman. bridge. Refreshments Were served by Mrs. Utley. Reach Fund Goal Holland again exceeded expectations when the community surpassed their goal on the 1954 Cancer Crusade fund raising drive. Local chairman were Kenneth Berry and Pinnell Capehart. Holland began the year by doubling its quota for infantile Paralysis in January. Music Festival At the Choral Music Festival last Tuesday evening at Cooter the Holland mixed chorus, under the direction of Richard Powell sang "No Man Is An Island," and "Let All Things Now Living." On Thursday evening the combined bands of Holland and Cooter, under the direction of Richard Powell played Men's Club Meets The Holland Men's Club met Thursday night. Donald Long presided. During the business session a committee was appointed to form a softball league for the community. The committee will meet Monday night with representatives of the churches to plan the organization. Joe Lester gave .a report on the Holland team of Little Boys League, stating that the team was to have a practice game with Blytheville 61 Implement team this week. A film on mechanical cotton picking was shown. Milburn—Baird Announcement has been re- cieved ' of the marrage of Jewell Samford Baird, daughter of Mrs. Ivy Samford of Holland, to Robert Milburn, Dec. 31 at Flint, Mich., in a double ring ceremony. The cerempny was performed by Minister Mckendree of the Church of ihrist in his home. Attendants were A. Baldwin and Miss George Simmons. Personals Oda B. Smith was honored Tuesday evening with a birthday supper at his home. Guests were Mr. Piles Drove Him Mad- But Now He's Glad- Glad he discovered TM Pile Ointment I Pain-relieving, pile- shrinking formula approved by medical staff of America's lead- ins hospital specializing in recta] and colon conditions. Doctors find it effective for "sur- Kical-condition" patients—It -ihould help you! Ask your dnig- KistforTM (Thornton * Minor) Rectal Ointment and Suppcwi- toriea—Sl.OO p«r tube or pk». — THURS., FRI., & SAT. — 3 Big Days of Dollars in Savings For Shots For Tht Family . . . 1-Group Ladies Host 2 pr 1-Group ^ £— Lodies Better Shoes 5(J l-Group Reg. $5.95 & $6.95 ^ ^ Acrobat Childrens Shoes 54 l-Group Ladies Flats & Casuals l-Group Boys & Gilrs Thick Sole Canvas Shoes, $3 and Mrs. Homer A. Smith,, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Smith and Mrs, Witt Smith and son, Witt, Jr. A/3c Kenneth Weaver is seriously ill in the naval hospital at Newport, Va. His wife, formerly Miss Jennie Sue Pritchard, and his parents were called from Houston, Texas, to be with him. They came by way of Holland and were at the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pritchard, Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Smith were in Dyersburg Friday to visit Mr. Smith's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Welch, the occasion being the birthday of Mrs Welch. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Zohner were in Holland this weekend visiting Mrs. S. J. Workman and Mrs. Ivy Samford. Saturday evening they played canasta at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Holly. Mrs. John Azbill of Risco visited Mrs. S. J. Workman Sunday and in company With Mrs. Workman and Mrs. Zohner attended the open house honoring Miss Maggie Harber. Spencer Owen, brother of Mrs. Clovis Fowler, is recuperating at his home in Steele from a heart attack. He was confined to a hospital for several weeks at Cape Girardeau. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hampton, Jr., visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Sr., at Portageville Sunday, the latter having been ill. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hampton of New Madrid. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Waldrop, daughter Clelda, and Mrs. Jeff Northern visited relatives in Paragould Sunday. Recently Clell was was in Colorado Springs, Col, on a truck trip and visited Bud Holly, formerly of Cooter. Mrs. J. I. Samford and son, Joe (Buck) have gone to Rochester, Minn, to be with Mrs. Mrs. Bert Henry who was to undergo surgery Wednesday at the Mayo Clinic. Use of new machines and methods of agriculture have increased the per acre yield of the nation's croplands by 25 per cent in 2 years. Bits of News il/lo6u y Mr. and Mrs. Mark Richards of Bristol, Va., returned home after visiting here with her mother, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Their children, Russ and Brooks, remained here with their grandmother for a longer visit. Mrs. C. E. Coulter, her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Barton, and her young daughter, Barabra, all of Denver, Colo., are spending 10 days visiting Mrs. Coulter's sister, Mrs. S. Joseph and Mr. Joseph. The Joseph's son and family, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Joseph and infant son, Brad, were here for the week end. Condition of Mrs. Jack Tapp, who underwent surgery at the Chickasawba Hospital several days ago, remains unchanged. She is in Room B-4. Her mother Mrs. Lee Whitfield of Nortonville, Ky., is here to be with her. Mrs. H. G. Partlow and daughter, Pat, Miss Delia Shippen of Osceola, and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., and daughter, Mary Alice will be in Fayetteville this week end to visit Graham Partlow, Miss Nita Rose Hall and Miss Rosemary Monaghan. The girls are going especially to attend the Sigm Chi fraternity's sweetheart ball. Mrs. Frank Perkins and daughter, Sharon Kay, of Torrance, Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Noble and Mrs, Ruby Brothers along with other relatives for three weeks. Mrs. Roy Gaines and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., were in Jonesbiro yesterday where they visited the Rev. and Mrs. Boyd Hancock and with other friends. Jimmy Buffington, who was injured recently in an accident, waa dismissed today from the Chickasawba Hospital. His condition is reported much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck were in Mernphsi Tuesday night to attend the opening of the Cotton Carnival and arrival of the Royal Barge. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardy. Airman 3/c and Mrs .Max Skelton arrived home from Wichita Falls Tex., to visit here lor 30 dys TERMINIX Bruce Terminix Company P. O. Box 1270 Memphis, Tenn. Phone 62-3531 Is that change of life look in your eyes? You Nt«d Mort Than Make-Up To Hide Jittery "Nerves" Can everyone see from that helped thousands of women build nervous, jittery look in your eyes new resistance and vitality, that you are suffering "change- changing dark months and years of-life" misery? Sure, make-up to brighter, happier times. So may help some, yet it can't take let Cardui help youjook, relax the pain and nervousness out of your eyes. But Cardui often does. and sleep better. Get Cardui "insurance" from your dealer i vuu.1 CYca. JL>uii v^aAuui UJ.I"-K. vi\jv-t>. .,...„,.»— — .. A little Cardui each day has today. 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