The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 11, 1953
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f AGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 19SS Society J\lewA Fat MulMni, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Clab 28 Members Entertained At American Legion Hut Here About 40 couples were entertained last night at the American legion Hut, when members and guests of Club 28 attended the dinner dance. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regcnold, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Joyner, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandefur were hosts and hostesses to the group. In an' election of officers, Fred Sandefur, out-going secretary and treasurer, was elected president, and E. J. Cure was elected secertary and treasurer. L. E. Old is out-going president. Roses, snapdragons, zinnias and other seasonal flowers were used In profusion throughout the entertaining rooms, and decorated the tables, from which a buffet supper was served. Guesis for the evening's entertainment included Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marr, Mr. and Mrs. Al Holman, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thom- ssson, W. M. McKeraie, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. w. S. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marr, Mr, and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby, Mrs. R. C. Allen, W. J. Wunderlich. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Kelly Welch. Dell PTA Has First Meeting Of New Year More than 50 members of the Del Parent-Teachers Association met a' the school Wednesday for the first meeting of the 1953-54 season. Committee chairmen for the coming year were named. Chairmen, who were named by the president, Mrs. Ed Hardin, include Mrs. R. B. Crawford, membership; Mrs. U. S. Blankenship, budget and finance; Mrs. Lamar Wilborn, historian; Mrs. Charles Kenentt, magazine; Mrs. John Miller, summer round-up; Mrs. James TIdwell, parent education; Mrs Udell Newsome, lunchroom; and Mrs. Jack Buck, Mrs. C. A. Smith and Mrs. Ralph Simpson, hospitality. Officers other than Mrs. Hardin are Mrs. Noble Gill, vice president; Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, treasurer; and Mrs. Arthur Penter, secretary. Mrs. Harry Cook, program chair man, presented "Good Health Is Essential for the Happiness of Our Children," with the assistance of Mrs. Lamar Wilborn. A. E. Caldwell, and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose. The Rev. C. A. Johnson, presented the devotional, and group singing was conducted. Mr. Caldwell, superintendent, Introduced the faculty, after which a social hour was held in the library. A low bowl, brimming with fa blossoms, provided decoration for the refreshment table. Mrs. Boyce Russell, Mrs. Charles Kennett, Mrs. W. A. Whistle and Mrs. Floyd Tate were hostesses. Sailor Girl 8012 1-16 yn. By Sue Burnett A ship-shape as can be, and so practical for school wear is this darling sailor dress for a miss of eight to sixteen. Nice enough for party wear, too. Pattern No. 8012 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 18 years. Size 10, 1\ yards of 45 'Meeting Is Held By Yarbro PTA To Begin Year Twenty-eight members of the Yarbro Parent-Teachers Association met at the Yarbro Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon for their first general meeting of the new school term. To begin the day's activities, members were led in singing by Mrs- J. M. Beshnrst, Jr. Mrs, Clyde Bunch offered the PTA prayer, after which Miss Winnie Virgil Turner introduced members of the faculty. New members of the PTA were introduced and welcomed by Mrs. Victor Mallory. Mrs. Johnny Johnson presented the national president's message, followed by a brief business session conducted by the president, Mrs. Tommy Bogun. Mrs. William H. Wyatt, program chairman, gave a talk "On What We Want For Our Children." Refreshments were served Jn the school lunchroom, by members of the newly-elected executive board Rustic Inn Is Scene of Party Three guests were entertained at -he Rustic Inn yesterday with members of the La Nueve Club when Mrs. Colcman Stevens was hostess jO .the group. Included In the guests were Mrs. E. A. Tenford. Mrs. -J. E. Stevenson, Jr., and Mrs. A. S. Harrison. Dessert was served preceding the games of bridge, providing the afternoon's entertainment. Mrs. Leonard Oldham took top lonors In the games, with second going to Mrs. Tenford and bridge Mrs. Newton Whltls. Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. Otto Scrape entertained last veiling at the Razorback Drive-In vith a dessert bridge party for members of the TLE Club and heir guests. Mrs. Bill Hodge nnd Mrs. Bob 31nylock were the quests. Winners In bridge were Mrs. Jery Scrnpe, first place, Mrs. J. P. crape, second, and Mrs. W. E. Cherry, bridge. Dessert was served preceding he games. At the Hospitals Blyfhcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Richardson. City Walls Hospllal dismissed: Mrs. Mary Ashabranner, Manila Mrs. William Gault City Johnny Riggins, Cooler Jerry Talley, City nch. For this pattern, fiend 30c in :OINS, your name, address, size leslred, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qumcy Street, Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide In planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Fall Registration ROCKIE SMITH SCHOOL OF DANCING Monday & Tuesday - Sept 14 & 15 2 to 5 p.m. NEW LOCATION 809 West Chickasawba—Phone 6284 *Tap 'Ballet "Acrobatic 'Ballroom UDC Has Election at Luncheon A 12:30 p.m. luncheon at Hole: Noble yesterday was attended by 17 members of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters of .the Confederacy with one guest, Miss Margaret Wright. Mrs. Oean Atkinson, Mrs. G. H, Grear, Mrs. Henderson Hall anc Mrs. J. D. Barksdale were hostesses for the luncheon. Mrs. W. D. Cobb presided over the business session following luncheon, In which Mrs. love Adams, head of the nominating committee submitted a list of new officers, who were accepted, and will be Installed In the November meeting. Included are Mrs. Atkinson, president; Mrs. G. O. Poetz. vice president; Mrs. Adams, second vice president, Mrs. W. I. Denton, recording secretary; Mrs. C- W. AUord, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Roland Green, treasurer; Mrs. James B. Clark, historian; Mrs. Henderson, Hall, registrar; and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, recorder of crosses. Mrs. Sue Blythe of Luxora was elected delegate and Mrs. Adams, alternate delegate to the Arkansas Division of UDC to be held in Little Rock Oct. 27-29. Mrs. James B. Clark was elected delegate and Mrs. Loy Welch alternate delegate to the national convention In Washington, D. C., Nov. 12. A book, "History of the South." was presented the public library in memory of Capt. Francis Adams, by the chapter. Mrs. Lacey Gordon, accompanied by Mrs. Henderson Hall, presented a program of violin music. Miss Wright, their guest speaker, reviewed the book, "Confederate Women of Arkansas." Duplicate League Meets at Hotel Members of the Duplicate Bridge League met at the Hotel Noble last night for a weekly game when a five-table Howell movement was conducted. A winner's game Is being planned for next Thursday at the Hotel, with the session to begin at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and Mrs. Joe Ferguson won first place last night with 41 one-half points, George Wlggs and J. E. Stevenson, Jr., won second high with 40 one- half points. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Jim Rqleson won third place with 39 points'and Bernard Gooch and Mi's. Crawford Noble won fourth place with 38 points. Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. Dunlap and family of Pine 1 Bluff, moved this week to Blythcvllle to make their home at 1040 West Ash following Mr. Dunlap's purchaie of Motor Supply Company 318 Welt Ash Street. They have two children, Barbara Dale, who l» 13, »nd Ronald James, 7. Mr. and Mrs. John Tom Beeder of Kcnnett, Mo., are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday at Dunklin County Hospital In Kennett. The baby, who has a sister, Terry Mack, four, has been named Connie .Lynn. Mr». Reeder Is the former Miss Dorothy Miller of Kennett, and Mr. Reeder is the son of Mrs. R. L. Reeder of Blythevllle, who Is spending several days with her son and his family. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Fisher left yesterday for their home in Placerville, Calif., after spending a 19- day vacation with Mrs. R. O. Hill and family. Mrs. Fisher is the former Miss Virginia Hill, a daughter of Mrs. Hill. Melton Sylvester of Peoria, 111., returned home today after visiting his father, Holden Sylvester. While he was here,- he accompanied Mrs. Y. A. Bailey to Camp Chaflee to visit her son, Pvt. D. L. Bailey, who is taking basic training there. Mr. and Mrs. Eandall Hawks and son have returned from Camp Rio Vista in Hardy, where they spent the summer. John Wllks, son of Mrs. Grace Wilks, will return tomorrow to Ole Miss, where he will serve on the welcoming committee for new students during orientation week. Miss Rosemary Monaghan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan, and Miss Jane Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, have pledged Delta Delta Delta Sorority at University of Arkansas. Miss Nlta Rose Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall, pledged Delta Gamma sorority there. Miss Linda Bunch will leave tomorrow. . accompanied by her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Huey Bunch, for Oxford, Miss., where she will snter Ole Miss as a freshman. Mrs. Charles Afflfck and daughter, Carter, were to arrive in Memphis today from Danville, Va., where they have been visiting their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Boatwrlght ILUXORA NEWS By MRS. 0. C. OR1VEK Shawnee PTA Conducts Meeting If y.ou live in a hard water area nnd your laundry refuses to come clean no matter what detergent you 1M "?, try fortifying its action with Coming Events Friday Mrs. Carl R. Long entertains members of the Stitch and Chatter Club at her home at 322 West Kentucky at 7-30 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge/League meets at Hotel Noble. Monday—Sept. 14 Study Group of First Christian Church has meeting with Mrs, .lames Rainwater at 2 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Ellis is to be program leader. additional powdered water-softener added to the usual amount of soap or synthetic detergent. 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 ,„._.. inn VANQUISHED' ••(•.„,,,< * Technirtilor 'JOHN PAYNE- JAN SIBLING PLUS TWO CARTOONS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program —Plus— SLAMOR GIRL! j « ' 11 Wl IWUM • fnAiUt ^ WflKT A tOMU Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY First Blytheville Showing Mote Shocking than TERESA WRIGHT • MACDONALD CAREY ,», MIB MI Service Guild Meeta The Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Lester Stevens Tuesday night, with ten members present. Mrs. C. H. Boner presided over the business meeting. Mrs. Lcroy Brownlee led the devotional, followd by a dicussion-type program. The hostess served a dessert course at the conclusion of the meeting. PTA Meets The Luxora Parent-Teachers association held its initial monthly meeting of the scholastic year at the school cafeteria Wednesday afternoon, with thirty nine members and guests present. Mrs. J. E. Riherd gave the inspirational thoughts, Mrs. Bowen Thompson the president's message, and the principal program speaker was Mrs. Carroll Watson of Osceola, who reported .on the recent National Con- | ventlon of PTA, which was held In j Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. j Room attendance prizes were awarded Miss Gretchen Barnes' fourth grade and Mrs. Thompsons'! twelfth grade. The social hour was i in compliment to the faculty mem- j bers, followed by light refreshments. Personals Mr. and Mrs. W- C. Howard, who j recently left on a motor vacation j tour to visit relatives in Chicago,: 111., and Tulsa, Oklahoma are currently,In Denver, Colorado, and are due to return home in a few days. Mrs. J. W. Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Callis and family left '. Sunday for Booneville. Ark., and '•. Texas to attend funeral services ' for Mrs. Lynch's son-in-law, Dr. 'R. R. Nowlin who died suddenly at his Booneville home. j Mr. =nd Mrs. Billy Boyles of South Carolina were weekend guesis of her mother, Mrs. Charlie Watson, and family. | Miss Christine Johnson left this' week for Conway, where she will atttend Arkansas State Teachers; College for the forthcoming term. | L. C. Cunninham of Gary, Inrt.,: spent the weekend here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cun- j ningham. | Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Olive and '. ^•andchtldren, Tommie Jo, and Raymond Olive, returned home Sun- j day after attending funeral services | for Mrs. olive's sister, who died at j her South Arkansas home last week, j School faculty members arriving ; last week and over the weekend to i assume their duties at the term's beginning included Miss Gretchen Barnes from Reinze, Miss., Miss Blllie Gibbons from Conway, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Henry and family from England. Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hewlett and family from Rossville, Tenn. Mrs. Mary Robinson and son, the Rev. H. L- Robinson, had as their weekend guests Dick Robinson and family, of St. Louts. JOINER — Mr«. Robert Smith, new president, conducted the first meeting of Hie new school year of Shawnee parent-Teachers, Association at the school this week. Officers serving with Mrs. Smith, who also appointed her committee chairmen, are Mrs. E. M. Bell, vice president; Mrs. Hubert Seymore, secretary; Mrs. Everett Eubanks, treasurer;/ Mrs. C. C. Cissell, parliamentarian: and Mrs. A. L. Eifling, historian. Appointed to head committees were Mrs. Flora Douglas, publicity; Mrs. J. W. Townsend arid Miss Ruth Pikes, program; Mrs. C. H. Lorrance, book ehelf; R. C. Trussell, teen club, Mrs. E- M. Bell, hospitality; Mrs. Joe Sammons, health; Mrs. Elding, study and education: Mrs. Harold Howerton, homo education; Mr. Trussell, recreation, Mrs, Eubanks, finance; Mr«. Arnold Klmberling, piember- ship; Mrs, Marshal Speck, magazine; Corbet Washington, safety; Mrs. Howerton, lunch room; and Mrs. O. C. Bennett, Jr., wardrobe. The Rev. E. E. Stevenson gave the devotional after which Mrs. Eifling led group singing. • H. M. Benton, superintendent, introduced the faculty and Mrs. W. B. Burkett gave the president's message. Mrs- Mary Louise Miller gave a report on the National Parent-Teachers convention in Oklahoma City, to which she was a delegate. Mrs. Harry Miller, Jr., county health nurse, spoke to the group about child health. Mrs. M. H. Benton presided at the tea table during a social hour planned by Mrs. E. M. Bell. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times FRI & SAT Double Feature joir BARBARA HALE-ALEX HICOL A UimaMnlennlM Wure — AND — inVw BSMSJ EJH1K5 MUSiKBI* <jBs , am A.«rftr,-iH( «m». ROY DEL RUTH ^jff Serial: Jungle Drums No. 11 Cartoon: Hold Lion Please SUN & MON Double Feature — AND — BEWARE. MY IOVELY METRO NKWS Your BATHROOM and KITCHEN with o Beautiful colors go completely through the tile. CONTOUR WALL TILE W. T. 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Reg. 3.29 Boys Corduroy Loungies -far Solid colors, brown, grey, green and maroon. Sizes 6 10. Reg. 16.98-22.50 Coats $ 13 Each Ladies winter coals in suede and fleece. Assorted sizes. Reg. 2.98 Sport Shirt ^ Each Mens solid color sport shirts. Guaranteed w a s liable. Sizes S-M-L. Reg. 1.39 Chambray Shirt 00 Each Blue Sanforized work shirt. Sizes 14-17. Reg. 39c Briefs Womens Acetate Tricot Brief. Runproof, Absorbent and long wearing. Sizes SM-L. Reg. 1.69 Blouse 2 - 3 Girls cotton plaid blouse. Washable. Fast colors. Sizes 7-14. Reg. 29c Briefs 4- 1 Girls rayon panly assorted colors. Sizes 2-M. Reg. 1. 2 For Dresses 3 Girls cotton dresses for school or play. Sizes 2-14. Reg. 1.69 Blue Jeans A *" D Boys 8 oz. Sanforized blue denim jeans. Sizes 4-10. SATURDAY ONLY! These Prices Good 1 H

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