The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 28, 1953
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PAGE TOUR m-YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUO. W, 1MI | Bits of News Students Begin Annual Trek To Halls of Higher Learning Next month students will begin tlieir annual trek to halls ol higher learning. More than 150 students in and around Blytheville will join with the thousands of students from all over the country who leave for colleges arid universities. Blytheville will be repreented in 13 states, including Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Georgia, Nebraska, Oklahoma and North and South' Carolina. School bells lor Blytheville high school students will begin ringing Sept. 4. Others will be leaving soon thereafter. For freshman students, school will provide a variety of experiences, ffom those first few days of homesickness to the homecoming game, rush season and proms. A large number of Blytheville students will attend the University of Arkansas at Fayettevllle. Among the freshman students there Johnny Halsell, Ronald will be Phillips, Joann Earls, Laura Alice Hemby, Sandra Long, Jo Alice McOuire, Donald Gentry, Qulncy Hodge, Rowland Mitchell. Johnny O'Brien, Jan Bayder, Harold Wayne Wright and Pat Smotherman. Don Wallace, a member of the 1953 graduating class who completed his high school in January and attended the university, plans to return there. - • ,. Other students will Include Rosemary Monaghan,' Rupert M. Grafton, Jane Wilson; Jerry Berry, Larry Isaacs, Mack Koonce, E. B. Gee, Jr.. Gary Mason, Pat Burks, Woody Townsend, Shirley King, Graham Partlow, Charles Lutes, Ira Neeley Koonce, Graham Sudbury, Margery arid Ruth Hale, Dick Reid, Freddy Smith, Dixie Killian, Larry Lutz, Marion. Smith, and Nita Rose Hall. Mr. and .Mrs. Prank Wagner, Jr., will live In Payetteville again this year, while Mr. Wagner attends school. Many to Attend ASC Another Arkansas school which will claim a large number of Blytheville students is Arkansas State. Norman Bratcher, M. L. Criner, Jack Halstead, Tommy Harrison, •Jimmie Jackson and Peggy Zachry Will enter ASC as freshmen. Returning there will be Beverly Jones, Jerry Halsell, John Clouse, Jr., Billy Bert Mayo, Terry Wayne Crouch, Martha Nichols, and Elsie Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walls and Mr. end-Mrs. J. C. broke, Jr., Will also be in Jonesboro, where Mr. Walls and Mr. Droke will attend school. Jimmy Gossett, J. B. Rlggs, Bob Blodgett, Winnie Beth Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Gossett and the Rev. and Mrs. Bob Edwards will be students at Hendrtx;.College, Conway. Dan Atkins, who .spent the summer here with his aunt. Miss Marie Harnish, will be a sophomore student at Ouachita 1 College in Arkadelphia. Oakie Ropp. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oakes, will be a sophomore at Arkansas Tech in Russellville. Maxlne Overman and Merlene Johnson will be in Little Rock at the Baptist Hospital School of Nursing. It will be Maxine's second year and Merlene's first year. A larger number of students than usual will attend University of Mississippi at oxford this year. Heard Wylle. who was graduated from Brownmoor School In Phoenix, Linda Lou Bunch, Dolores Parker, Max Lee Hill, Ralph Kouri. Jr., and James Robert Weedman will enroll as freshmen. Doris Bean, who was a student So Economical To Sew ^8007 24". 32" By Sue Burnett With very litle sewing time, and just one yard of 54-inch fabric, you can turn out this handsome skirt that's destined for a busy season. Wear with plain or frilly blouses to suit the occasion. Pattern No. 8007 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in waist sizes 24, 25, 26. 28, 30, 32. Size 25, 1 yard of 54- inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and thp PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy St., Chicago «, III. Basic FASHION lor 'S3, Fall and Winter, l.i a complete guide In planning a practical, sew-slmple wardrobe. Gift patter nprlnted Inside the book. Send 25 cent* today, last year at Stephens College, Alan Berry and Bobby Orsborn also will attend Olc Miss. Pour students will be claimed by Mississippi Southern College at Hattleshurg. Rhonda Eaton will enroll as a freshman, and Sally Trieschmann, Donna Sue Gore and Jimmy Culbertson will be sophomores. Marilyn Jean Dougherty will join Patsy Bartholomew at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss. Charles Kinnngham wll be the only Blytheville representative at Mississippi State, Starkville. 14 Head for Tennessee Fourteen students are planning to attend Tennessee schools and several are attending during the summer months. Allen Bush will retur nlo University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Jim Deer, son of Mr. and Mi's. Philip Deer, will enter University of Tennessee School of Medicine in Memphis. Allene Wimberly will return to Southwestern University and Betsy Bell, who attended Lindenwood j College last year will transfer there. Returning to Vandcrbilt University will be Joe Walls and Bill Wunderllch. JuaniU Overman plant to attend George Peabody fit Nashville. Bonnie Sheppard and Joe Ray Price, returning to Memphis State College, will be joined by Billy Miller, a freshman student. Several students will enter or are attending business schools in Memphis. Gwendolyn Sue Rhoads, who attended during ,the summer School of Mines at Holla. Mrs. Neeley will make, her home In Holla while her husband is in school. Manley Feinberg and Stanley Zellner, graduates of Columbia Military Academy in Tennessee, will enroll as freshmen nt Washington University, St. Louis. Mona Joy Oaines, who will transfer from Young Harris College In Georgia, Sue Orsburn, who will tnmsfer from Arkansas State, and Edward Lee Pipkin, also will attend. James Cecil Lowe, If. Is a student at the University's School of Medicine. .Going .to Stephens Emadel Swearengfii. Merry Nelle Lnne, Bobbye June Killian and Bobbin Jean Byrd have chosen Stephens College in Columbia. Murray Smart and Larry Baker are returning to Tulane University in New Orleans, while Fred Abbott chooses Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Annette Whistle, senior, and Albert Fairfleld. sophomore, are planning to return to Southern Methodist University, Dallas, while Johnny LOKRins attends Texas A. and M.. College Station, and Montroe Holland enrolls at Tyler Junior College, Tyler, Tex. Charles McDanlel and Granvllle Cooley are returning to Evanston, 111., and Northwestern University, while other Illinois students will Include the Borowskys, Colemnn, Fruma, and Ben, who will attend University of Illinois, Champaign. Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Caldwcll are making their home in Atlanta, Ga., while Mr. Caldwcll Is ft student nt Georgia Tech. Mr. and and Charles Ray Aycock, and j Mrs. Benny Johnson have made Wendell Cecil Keeling will be en-' rolled at Draughon's Business College. Entering Miller-Hawkins Business College, also in Memphis, Is Bonnie Nell McCormlck. Ernestine Holt has been attending during the ummer. Three Missouri schools have oeen chosen by students in this locality. Calvin Czeschln and Benny Hays, 1953 high school graduates will attend University of Missouri at Columbia, while Roger Lum and Lls- ton Neeley attend the University's their home there for the past year, where Mr. 'Johnson Is a student. Will Whltner, who plans to enter Oklahoma A. and M., Stlllwater, will be the only Blytheville student in an Oklahoma school. Howell Boyd plans to return to Lincoln, where he was a student at University of Nebraska. Two students will attend school In the Carohnas. 'Recn Norrls, senior, will attend University of North Carolina nt Chapel Hill. N. C,. and Oliver W. Coppcdpe will attend The Citadel at Charleston, S. C. Annual Choir Drop In Given Last night marked the annual Blytheville High School Choir Drop-In, which was given this year at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush' on Country Club Drive. About 125 members, former members, new members and out- of-town guests attended the event. Guests were greeted at the door by Hiram Snodgrass. choir president; Betty Garrett, vice president; Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, choir director, Mrs. H. C. Bush and Condon Bufih. Bertha Ann Galnes, who was chairman of the arrangements committee was assisted in the dinhiB room by Marjjrle Dougherty and Sammy House. Providing music at the pinno were Nancy Hamby, Sue Joe, Prances Slayton and Stanley Zellner. Overlaying . the refreshment table wafi a maderia cloth, and providing a centerpiece were pink radiance roses encircled by musical figurines. A prolusion of other roses were used throughout. La Nueve Club' Is Entertained Mrs. B. E. Green entertained at the Rustic Inn yesterday afternoon for members of the La Nueve Club and guests, with a weekly dessert bridge. Mrs. Clarence Webb of Leachviile. La., guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise and a former member of the club, and Mrs. Worth Holder were the guests. Artificial Ice-Maker A Scotsman. Dr. William Cullen, is credited with the invention of the first machine for the manu facture of artificial Ice. Made in the 18lh century, the machine was based on the vacuum principle, the air pressure being reduced by an air pump Winners of the games were Mrs. N. G. Jerome, high score, Mrs. Lynn Hughes, second and Mrs. Webb, bridge. The Hands That Guard Your Health Are QUALITY YOU CAN COUNT ON In times of emergency, you want quick, efficient service. This you can always depend on here. Our graduate pharmacists are Reared for Serving you efficiently, always ROTHROCK DRUGS Skinny Plntt and daughter, Dar- Icne I'Tinbcii;, arrived home Wed,,„„!;,,, ,,uw several days in Chi- c'ai'o Uarli'W, «' no snl ' nt the l )ilsl cl-lit wK-fa at Burr Oaks Camp, Mukwrmaw. Wis.. was Joined there by her father, whom she accompanied to Chicago. Mr nml Mrs. Bonifacio Arce of CIcnf'uPS'M. <-' lll)a ' nnd daughters, Emma i»«l <•''»«'• . were tlie ovt!1 '' nl'lit sui'M'i Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Morris, before leaving 'i htirsdny for a vacation trip in Cahforniii. Gina Aree, who is a to'riniT leather at Blytheville HiLih Hrhool. Is now studying at Vaiuli'i'liil' University. Mr. and .Mrs. Lloyd Wise have returned from a trip to Leesville, La, when: they visited their daughter.' Mrs. Clarence Webb, Capt. Webb and daughter, Donna. Mrs. Webb and i'Jtmna accompanied them home for .several clays visit and will be Joined Sept. 7 by Capt. Webb. They plan 10 return to Louisiana with him, Capt. Webb is to attend a special three-weeks' course at New York University beginning Sept. 14, while Mrs. Webb and daughter return here liir the time. Dr. and Mrs. Slnnc and daughter. Ge(irj!a Lee. of Perryville, Mo., have returned to their home after spending several days here with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor, and daughter. M cilia. Mrs. Shine is a sister of Mr. Pr.vnr. Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, La., has arrived here to be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims. Mrs. 1'jRon Kirby returned yesterday from a trip to Mount Pleasant, Midi., where she was the houscguest of her brother, Forrest Moore, and family. While there, they toured in Canada and the New England .-.tales. Mrs. J. A. Leech left -for Battle Creek,- Mich., where she. plans, to spend three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee have had as their guests for the past several days, Mr. Gee's nephew, Robert Gee. Mrs. Gee and daughter, Cindy of Greenville, Til,, and Mrs. Gee's aunt, Mrs. J. H. Knowlton of Helena. \vhn returned to her home yesterday. Mrs. Gee's mother, Mrs. W. B. Hunter, who has been visiting here for the past six weeks, plans to return to her home in Phoenix, Ariz., on Monday. Mrs. Freeman Robinson, who underwent surgery at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis last week, underwent an appendectomy yesterday. She is in Room 293 and is reported in a satisfactory condition today. Miss Heard Wylfe has as her honscRilests Miss-Martha Mann of Marion, Ark., and Miss Nancy Jo Williams of Newport. Miss Betsy Bell and Miss Janet Lev/is of Sikeston, Mo., left today for Sikeston. Miss Lewis, who has been spending several days here, \vas accompanied home, by Miss Bell. Tom Raney of Little Rock has arrived to be the houscguest of R B. Gee. Jr.. for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Peters of Dyershurg, Tcnn., were the guests Six Weeks Series Ends For League A (our table Howell movement wa.i conducted last night at Ho. tol Noble for members of the Duplicate Bridge League, when a six weeks sevies was completed. Winners of last night's games were Mrs. Jim Roleson and Mrs. w. A. Affllck, high score with 55.5 points; Mrs. 0. W. Coppedge and | Mrs. AHa Cammeron, second with VI points and Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. .-.uarenelle Freeman with 41.5 points. Mrs. Afflick took top honors in the scries, with a percentage of Ii0.4 points. Other winners were Mrs. Roleson, second with 59.6 points. O. O. Hardaway third with 55 points and Jim Roleson fourth with 54 points. Garden Department of Woman's Club Plans Meeting for Sept. 2 • yesterday of their sisters, Miss Al- jina Peters and Mrs. A. C. Haley, Mr. Haley and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry. Mr. and Mrs. .Grover Canada and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane are vacationing at Big Springs, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins, Mrs. A. N. Penter and children, Miciiael -nd Patricia, returned yes- tenjay .*.'om a vacation trip to Tennessee. While in Franklin, Tenn., they visited Mr. Hawkins' sister, who is seriously ill at Harrison Home of Nurses, and with o" icr relatives in Nashville, Clarksville, and Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Timmons and children, Duane and Ann, of TujuiiKa, Calif., left after a week's I visit with Mrs. Timmon's mother. Mrs. I,. W. Gilbert, and with her j brothers, Dr. J. M. Walls. H. C. Wr~s, and Virgil Walls and families. C. R. Collins was dismissed yesterday from the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Bernard Jaggers will' be In St. Louis Sunday to meet Mrs. Jaggere' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Edwards of Mohawk, N. Y., who are arriving for a week's visit. Mrs. T. H. Haynes was notified today of the death of her sister, Mrs*''R. A. Blanchard of. St. Louis. Mrs. Blanchard Is also an aunt of Mrs. Russell C. Farr. The Farrs and Mrs. Haynes plan to be in St. Louis for the funeral services. The garden department of Ely- thevillo's Woman's Club will conduct first meeting of the new season, Sept. 2 at the Club, it wai announced today by Mrs. J. r, Owens, chairman of the'depart- ment. The program will be "Garden Round-Up," and business session will be conducted to plan a booth for the Mississippi County Fair. Mrs. Owens has appointed her committee for the coming year to Include Mrs. Kendall Berry, program chairman; Mrs. James Dates, hostess chairman and advisory chairman; Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer and Mrs. George Lee, year book committee; Mrs. G. W. Dillnhumy, scrap book chairman; Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker, publicity and telephone chairman; Mrs. Harry Bradley, finance chairman; Mrs. W. L. Stiles, landscape chairman: Mrs. Charlei B. Newcomb, fair book chairman; and Mr«. Blomeyer, member chairman. Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt serves with Mrs. Owens a« secretary and treasurer of the department. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Jerry Franklin, City Linda Tillman, Tomato Mrs. Vardeman Russell, and baby, Luxora Mrs. Owen Patterson, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Owen Patterson, City Mrs. Bob Koonce and baby. City Mr. Shirley Petrovich, City .Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times _. KRI & SAT Double Feature ARLEM DEVSNS SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. 9 & CARTOON SUN & MON Double Feature COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THEATRE "THUNDER BAY In Technicolor with JAMES STEWART & JOANNE DRU 11 GRKR /. GAYNOK 'WAYNE DE HAVEN —AND— pOBERt MITCHUM BARBARA BEL CEDDES ROBERT PRESTON»< Marriage Licenses The following couples have ob- tainetl a mr.vriage license in the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth BIythe Parker: Thurman Lloyd, Jr., and Freda Mosley. both of Hornersville, Mo. James Hoyce Payne and Letha Marie Nash, both of Blytheville. J. w. Barlow of Hornersville, Mo., and Mrs. Laura King of St. Louis, Mo. Elmer Wayne Arnold of Roseland and Elva Maxine Bunch of Manila. Jack Key and Mrs. Clara Bell Key, both of Manila. Whitsunday, another name for Pentecost, is the seventh Sunday after Easter and commemorates the descent of the Holy Ghost on the apostles. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH. PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY Three Big Features for the Price of One REGULAR SHOW DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM VICTOR MATURE TERRY MOORE WILLIAM BENDIX JOHN TWIST i JAMES R.WEBBI-FELIX FEIST CARTOON! HONEY HARVESTER OWL SHOW Visitor Honored With Luncheon ' And Card Party Miss Janet Lewis, of Sikeston, Mo. who spent the past several days as the rpuseguest of Miss. Betsy Bell, who accompanied her home today, was complimented at several parties during her visit. Miss Heard Wylie was hostess at her home yesterday for a bridge and canasta party, and Mrs. Byron Morse, aunt ol Miss Bell was hostess for a luncheon Wednesday. Mrs Morse entertained six at the luncheon given at her home. They were seated at the dining room table, where zinnias provided a colorful centerpiece. The afternoon was spent informally. Miss Wylie was hostess for an Afternoon of bridge and canasta. Miss Nita Rose Hall won high score in bridge and Miss Martha Mann of Marion won first in canasta. Miss Mann and Miss Nancy Jo Williams were out-of-town guests for the occasion. Assorted party foods and iced drinks were served during the afternoon. Miss Lewis was presented with a gift by the hostess. Average life of a dog is between 9 and 11 years. Many live to be between-15 and 18 and some rare ones have lived to be more than 20. Country Club Has Ladies' Day Event More than 00 attended the month» ly Ladies' Day event at Blythevlll* Country Club, when a morning card party followed by a buffet luncheon provided the entertainment. Among out-of-town guests wen Mrs. Perry Barber of Lawrence, Kans., guest of her mother, Mrs. o. W. Dillahunty; Mrs. B. J. Milow of Hobbs, N. M. guest of the U. B. Bransons; Mrs. Frank Highfill of Palmer, Mo., guest of Mrs. M. A. Isaacs; Mrs. Bob Williams of Owensboro, Ky., guest of Mrs. Fred Fleeman; and Mrs. Cecil Branson of New Orleans, guest of the U. 8. Bransons. seen Jn the game room was _ a profusion of colorful zinnias. Brightly colored pottery vases held small arrangements of the chosen flowers, while the mantel held an oblong arrangement, and centering the room, a cocktail table was decorated with a very large tiered arrangement. China pixies were perched on the sides of vases, on the .stems of flowers, and throughout ths decorations. A small pixie vase of the chosen flowers was used as a centerpiece for each 1 " card table. Mrs. Fred Fleeman won high , score in the bridge games, with sec! ond going to Mrs. J. W. Adams, and third to.JHrs. Charles Gerrald. Mrs. Bancroft Terry, who headed the hostess committee, was assisted by Mrs. P. E. Utley, Mrs. Robert Killian, Mrs. w. T. Rainwater, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mrs. Henry Humphrey. Mrs. E. P. Borum, Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, Mrs. Charles Crigeer, Mrs. J. S. Hanley and Mrs. ' Fred Fleeman. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to R^CN at 10:lD a.m. and 4 p.m. for RHr & Roxy Program Announcements U a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. LAST TIMES TODAY -PLUS- PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature •— and- Serial: Lost Planet No. 10 & Cartoon: Winner By Hart SUNDAY & MONDAY -FREE- EVERYONE WHO IS IN,' THE DRIVE • IN for the! -**'. SCOTT SMARI srfcWwt'Mow FREE OF CHARGE! 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