The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 16, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1C, 1981 ocie P»t MulMni, Society Editor 9 tti Phone 4461 Church Women Plan World Community Day h World Comunity Day to be Nov. 6, was discussed yesterd morning at a meeting of Blyth ville Council Church Women, wh< members of the executive board m< at the home of Mrs. C. M. Gra president. It was announced that the Coun cil will observe World Communi' Day Nov. 6 at the First Presbyte ian Church. Theme for the pro gram is to be "Building Lastrji Peace." The council seeks to assist i: building a lasting peace through helping refugees in Korea, Hon Kong, India. Pakistan, the nea East, Berlin, Trieste, and othe European countries, by giving ms terlals needed by these peopl which are presented by the Ns tional Council of Church Women. Mrs. Gray gave a devotlona which was followed by sentehc prayer. A copy of the council' constitution was given to each mem her of the board by Mrs. W. J Pitzhugh, first vice president. The Fall membership progran was outlined by the second vici president. Mrs. Leon Wilson. The local council Is to send * delegate. Mrs. James Rainwater, to the National Convention of Church •Women Oct. 5-8 in Atlantic City. Jews to Observe Yom Kippur at . Temple Israel Jews all over the world will observe Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, from Friday night until Saturday at sundown. This is the most sacred Holy Day in the Jewish calendar year and Is observed with divine services, special prayers and fasting. Yom Kippur services will be conducted by the Rev. Dr. Alfred Vise at Temple Israel in Blythe- vilel Friday evening at 8 p.m., Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m., and Saturday afternoon at-2:45 p.m., the memorial and concluding services, lasting until sundown! Topic of the rabbi's sermon for Friday evening will be "How To Survive Life's Burdens"; for the morning services, "Being Honest With Oneself"; and for the afternoon memorial services, "The Secrets of Eternity." The Temple Choir with Mrs. Dalton Fowlston as organist will assist the rabbi in the services. BSP Chapter Has Business Meeting Mrs. Perry Darby was hostess at her home to 17 members of the ^pAlplla Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority last evening, evening. Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney, president, conducted the meeting, during which, members discussed plans for entering a float in the cotton picking contest parade. Mrs. W. J. Pollard, sponsor of the sorority, gave an outline discussion of her trip to Europe this summer. The hostess served refreshments after the program. Meeting Is Planned By Baptist Group Calvary Baptist Church will be host Thursday night to a monthly session of the Business Women's Federation of Mississippi County. The meeting, which will begin at 7:30 p. m., will include the installation of officers for the coming year. GOOD USED FURNITURE We are now using the second flooi of our store exclusively for used furniture. We feel by doing this we can serve our customers octter In three ways 1. We can give jou more for TOUI used furniture on new. I. IT you want to buy f-ood useo furniture we will hare it, 3. If you want to tell tiled furniture we will buy It. In an; of the three cases we would like the opportunity of figuring with you. Through our liberal allowance foi used furniture on new we hare accumulated the largest stock of used furniture In our history We Pay Cash For Used Furniture We Invite you to rislt our used furnltur* department on the second floor. '' Alvin Hardy FURNITURE CO. IIS E. Main fh. 2302 Wilson PTA Plans Program To Be Held Tomorrow Night WILSON — The Wilson Parent- Teacher Association will hold their first, meeting of the school year tomorrow night. The meeting will be held at 8 o£lock in the school cafeteria. Mrs. G. B. Craven, president, will preside during the business session Mrs. J. D. Rankin will be in charge of the program. In keeping with the program theme of the year "What Do We Want For Our Jhlldren." Mrs. Rankin has arranged for a symposium to be conducted on healthy children. Dr. James W. Reynolds, Wilson dentist, will be leader. He will be assisted by D. D. Cash, a parent, Mrs. Dave Parker, home economics nstructor, Bill Yates, coach and O. M. Shultz, Jr., school superin- .endent. Jimmy Williams Jr., will be In charge of group singing. J. D. Hob- is will give the devotional and J. H. Whitaker will read the president's message. Mr. Shultz will in- roduce the members of the faculty. A social will follow the meeting ith the fifth and sixth room moth- rs as hostesses. Officers and committee members vho will assist Mrs. Cravens this year are Mrs. Jerry Cullom, vice- president; Mrs. Ed Williams, secretary; Mrs. J. B. Lovett, treasurer; Mrs. Hudson Wren, parliamentarian. Mrs. J. D. Rankin. Hudson Wren, E. D. Bcal and Mrs. Ed Williams, program; Mrs. Jim Germany, Mrs. B. P. Boyles. A. E. Clark, and Miss Willie Joe Pierce, publicity; Mrs. Jerry Cullom and Mrs. C. D. Price, room representatives and member- ;hlp; Mrs., Jim McCullar, Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs. Claude Dye, health; Mrs. Arnold McDaniel, Mrs. E. D. Beall. Mrs. Maury Upton, Mrs. Claude Lynch, Mrs. Wallace Jacobs Mrs. H. A. Nicholson, Mrs. John Manker, Mrs. H. P. Cash, Jr., and Sudie Cecil, publication; Mrs. Albert L. Grecnwell. Mrs.'J. H. Whitaker. Mrs. Lynn Tranum, Mrs. Harry Bufkin, Mrs. I. A. Simms, Jr., room representatives and hospitality; Miss Rosa Etta Wolfe, registration; Mrs. C: H. Buchanan Parent- education; Mrs. Roy Stroubaugh, Mrs. Bill, Joe Denton, Mrs. Ed Williams and Miss Prlscilla Splnks, entertainment; Mrs. Davle Parker, school lunch; Miss Betty Overby, library; Claude Lynch, Mrs. Maurice Lynch. Mrs. J. B. Lovett and Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen. finance. Bits of News 3and Mothers Club Conducts Business Meeting Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., was icstess Monday night to members f the Band-Mothers Club, when business session was conducted by ilrs Joe Ferguson, president. The group voted to sponsor a loat in the National Cotton Flck- ng Contest Parade. In other business, It was decided lat one or two members of the lub should, in addition to the reg- lar teacher chaperons, act as chap•on on band trips made In school uses. All mothers who have children in and work may attend the meetings. The Band Mothers Club will spon- ir a snnck-wfigon at all home foot- all games and will serve hot and Id drinks, sandwiches, candy and opcorn, with proceeds to be used ) assist in buying supplies and qulpment for the Blytheville High chool Band. The next meeting is to be held >ct. 12, at the home o! Mrs. lone ore. rotherhood Attends RA Meet Members of the Brotherhood of "rinlty Baptist Church, were guests r the initiation of Uie Royal Am- assador group when three boys re- ived the rank of page. They were Mickey Johnson, Bub- Harris, and Charles Stanford. C. D. Ellis, chief counselor of the A, was assisted In conducting the rvice by L. G. Kenwright, presl- fnt of the Brotherhood, and Louis arner. VSCS Has Program leeting at Church Women's Society of Christian rvice of \Veslcy Memorial Meth- ist Church gathered last night the church with nine members tending. A pledge service was followed by e program, with Mrs. Joe Wai- rs and Mrs. Ethel Van Cleve prtr- cipating. Mrs. J. H. Richardson as director of the services. Country Club _eague Meets Members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League conducted a weekly meeting last night at he club. Preceding the play, con- Istlng of n seven-table Howell novement. It was announced that winners game will be conducted t Hotel Noble Thursday night. First place winners for the eve- ilng were Mrs. B. f. Klrshner and Mrs. .H.. C. Sims, with 72'^ points; ccond place winners were Mrs. J. il. Stevenson, Jr., and Bernard Ciooch, with 70'/ a points; and third place winners were Mrs. C. C. Councllle and Mrs. E. B. Gee, with 9'/-> points. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times WED & TIIURS Double Feature rraductd br CHAILES UACKETT _ AND — M»jflSr7( ffi»fp ALSO CARTOON 300 Attend Osceola PTA's Open House OSCEOM — More than 300 people attended the Parent-Teachers Association open house Sunday at the OeceoLa elementary school. They were greeted by Mrs. P. D. Johnson, president; Mrs. Joe Apple- bnum, chairman of the event; and Mrs. Hyman Welnberg, co-chairman. Mrs. Nathan Welnberg «nd Mrs. Welby Young servd at the tea table. Others assisting were Mrs. Bill Thomas, Mrs. Charles Bowles, Mrs. Morris Nlckol, and Mrs. Louis George. Mrs. Bob Bailey was In charge of decorations, which carried out the school color motif. An imported lace cloth overlaid the table, which held a silver bowl of purple and gold asters, 'flanked by silver candlabra holding yellow tapers. During the afternoon, a program of music was presented. Mrs. Sadie CunnlniHun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Birmingham, left this morning for Seattle, Wash., where she- will make her home. Condition of Fred Wahl, who is a patient at Kennedy Veteran* Hospital in Memphis, Ward B-7, Room 36, Is reported to be still serious. He to to undergo surgery in about 10 days. Harold Stockton, who underwent surgery at Walls Hospital last week, was dismissed today. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. ShufordTeU yesterday for their home in Hickory, N. C., after spending several days with their daughter, Mrs. Harry A. Halnes, Mr. Haines, and daughter, Ellzaneth. Mrs. Joslah Fort of Clarlcvllle, Tenn., has arrived here for a visit with her -nother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. She is expected to remain here about a month. , Miss Betsy Bell was motored to Memphis yesterday where she entered Southwestern University as a sophomore. Miss Bell, who transferred from Lindcnwood College, was driven down by her mother, Mrs. M'rgaret M. Bell. Dan Atkins and Robert Koo'hce left for Arkadelphla, Ark., where they are resuming their studies at Ouf-chita College. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rehbock of San Francisco. Calif., have arrived In Blythsvllle to be the guests of her mother, Mrs- P. M. Campbell. Mrs. Rehbock ,who Is former Mrs. Katie Boswell, will aleo visit he three daughters, Mrs. Paul Me Daniel. Mrs. John House and Mrs Clyde Davis, and her son, Paul Bos well. Mrs. James Ross left this morn Ing for her home in Memphis, afte spending a few days here with he parents. Dr. and Mrs. James L Guard, and her brother, Dr. Jame C. Guard, Mrs. Guard and children Mr- and Mrs- G. I. Byrd hav returned from Columbia, Mo., afte taking their daughter, Miss Bobbl Jean Byrd to enter Stepheri'i col lege for her freshman year. Oeorge C. Quart! and Charles Guard of Equality. 111., Charles H Guard, Jr., of Evansville, Ind., Mrs Mary Louise Smith of West Frank fort, 111., and her son. Harold Smith of Equality, were the guests Sundaj of Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard- Chester Nabers Is reported to be 111 at his home at 1026 Walnu Street. Double Wedding Rites Performed In a double wpdllnj Bept. I at Hernando, Miss., Mitt Ruth ThaX- ton became the bride ol Billy Glass and Miss Glenda Seals became the bride of Olen Ingrum. Henry White, justice of pe«ce performed the rites. Miss Thaxton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thaxton, and Mr. Glass is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass. Miss Seals Is the daughter of Mrs. Myrtl* Seals and Mr. Ingrum Is the eon of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ingrum, all ot Blytheville. For their marriages, Mrs. Glass chose a navy taffeta dr--i V'l matching accessories, and Mrs. Ingrum wore a gray orlon ciiv.=s wui complementing »cce»»orle«. They wore' whits carnation ihoulder pot- sagts. Mrs. Glasi attended Blytheville High School and was formerly employed at Gr&bers Store here. Mr. Olass, who attended Gosnell High School, Is now employed by the Lincoln-Mercury Company In St. Louis, where they are making their home. Mrs. Ingrum, who also attended Blytheville High School, was formerly employed by the H. 8. Kress Company. Mr. Ingrum, who attended Oosnell High School is now employed in Chicago, where they are living. Legion Auxiliary Conducts Meeting At a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary last night at the American Legion Hut, Mrs. J. P. Brownson. president, conducted the regular order or business. Following their opening services of prayer by the chaplain, Mrs. Helen Zeller, Mrs. Brownson took charge of the meeting. The group voted to donate $10 to the National Cotton Picking Contest and decided to assist with the education a war orphan at the University of Arkansas. Gifts .of food and clothing were :ven to be sent to a needy veteran. Rae Scott Has Birthday Party A party was given Saturday af ternoon at the Dixie Pig Drive-In in the Pine Room to honor 13-year- Id Rae Scott, daughter of Mr. anc Irs. F. E. Scott, on her birthday Guests spent the afternoon in playing canasta, with prizes going to Rae LaVonne, June Horner anc Mary Jane Seymour, Guests from out-of-towp xvere Rae La Vonne and Jerrye Cahoor )[ Cooler, Mo. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Julia B. Salozar, Holland. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Margie Beard, City Mrs. Buford Hopper, City Hnrold Stockton, City. J. F. McCalla, City Mrs. M. B. Glover, City Alma Bynsee, Steele Eunice Jackson, City. Flair for fashion Wonderful wool jersey with t flair for .fashion designed by JONATHAN LOGAN. Shirring springs from arched yoke acrosi front and back. Shiny black button closing with patent belt to hold waistline in place—«n added plus is the attached taffeta petticoat! Size§7lol5 $19.95 "THE FASHION Variety Club Is Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jamison and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hudson entertained with a supper dance at the Jaycee Clubroom Saturday night tor members of the Variety Club. Guests for the evening's entertainment included Mr. and Mrs. Otho Stanfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rader. Following an evening o! dancing, a midnight supper was served. Footballs, goal posts and other decorations suggestive of the sport provided a theme for the event. Tri-Town Club Is Entertained Mrs. E. A. Teaford entertained at her Luxora home yesterday afternoon for members and guests of the Tri-Town Club, Mrs. James C, Guard and Mrs. James Ross of Memphis were tea guests. Mrs. Garrard Caudill and Mrs. Newton Whitis were winners of first and second places, respectively, in the bridTe p-'n-Later in the afternoon, a summer salad course with icea tii'Li.-, ,., served. MYF Group Has Re-Organization JOINER—The Methodist Youth Fellowship was re-organized this week with Mrs. A. L. Eifling as counselor, Mrs. Mary Etta Ralph, social leader, and James Wayne Brownlee, recreation leader. New officers of the MYF are Marian Hughes, president; Dickie Dickson, vice president; Linda Sue Felts, secretary; Sue Wilson, treasurer; and J. W. Seymour, sergeant-at- arms. The group meets each Sunday night at 6:30 at the church. A thin coat of wax every month or two is much better for your floors than a heavy coat twice a year. Some of the vinyl plastic types shouldn't be waxed when brand-new —wait until they've had a few weeks of traffic. Remove coffee or tea stains while fresh by pouring boiling water on stains from height of 2 or 3 feet. Wash in warm soapsuds. Bleach may be necessary. Coming Events Wednesday Mrs. W. A. Stickmon, Mrs. J. W. Adams. Sr-, and Mrs. W. N. Stanton entertain the Past Matrons and Patrons Club at 7 p. m. at Masonic Hall. Thursday Mrs. J. H. Smart entertains the Kibitzer Club. Ladies Auxiliary, Local 668 has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Carpenters Hall. C and N Birthday Club has monthly part.' witn Mrs. P. S. Parker at 7:30 p.m. TLE Club is to be entertained at the home of Mrs. Bob Blaylock. Mrs. N. O. Jerome is hostess to members of La Nueve. A winner's game is to be played at Hotel Noble by the Duplicate Bridge League. Friday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has class party t the church at 3 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. E. E. Hardln, Mrs. A. C. Haley, Mrs. W. I. Denton and Mrs. Sally Hubler. Saturday Cotillion Club has first fall dance of the season at Hotel Noble at 9 p.m., preceded by 8:30 p.m. busi ness session. Hosts and hostesses re Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mr and Mrs. Bob Logan. Mr. and Mrs Worth Holder,, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, and Mr. and Mrs. Mac White. There Are Ways of Telling When a Couple Is Married Ruth Milletl You can be sure they're man and wife, just seeing them together, if they follow some of the rules I've outlined here. When dining in a restaurant she gives her own order to the waiter, calls him back when she wants more coffee, pays more attention ] to other couples seated near them than to the man across the table from her, and sneaks a quick glance at the check when it arrives. When she meets him in a public place he glances at his world are "No- watch and tells her exactly how many minutes he has been waiting. He doesn't stop with her but keeps right on walking when she lingers for a moment to window shop. He can seem to be paying attention to what she is saying and still i be watching a pretty waitress out' of the corner of his eye. When riding in a car there is enough space between them for at least one other person. j They can sit side by side on a! bus or train and carry on a con- i versation without ever turning' their heads to look directly at each other. When walking together one or the other is just a little ahead. Opens The Door Herself She gets in or out of an automo- bile without waiting for him to open the door for her. He lights a cigaret, puts the ', package and matches back in his pocket and the moment they are stowed away, she asks for one. She is doing a lot of talking and he is doing very little listening. She stops to pick him up in a car and even though she is still sitting at the wheel, he starts opening the door on the driver's side. It's easy to tell whether or not a man and woman are husband and wife, especially if you are married yourself, ' If you dry-clean at home, be sure to use the fluid outdoors or in a well-ventilated room. There should be no pilot light or other illumination in the room. Let the garments air thoroughly before wearing. Keep the dry-cleaning fluid in a fireproof container. Gas Installation Put Your Heating In Now! —Up to 3 Years to Pay- FZEE ESTIMATE Phone 4591 or Come In Montgomery Ward The term "double cloth" referring to coating materials means tha the fabric differs in color or pat tern on each side. There is no lining In this case. These coats are worm, sometimes heavy and likely to be expensive. Wrap freshly-sprinkled clothes In a plastic sheet .and keep in refrigerator until you're ready to iron Clothes will remain damp but won'l mildew. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINEI ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD JOHN WAYNE ~INWARNERBROS'_, BARBARA STAIWrCI-PAUlOQUGlAS ROBEHrmi-MAXILYN MONROE CLASH BY NIGHT v_ ._ ^_J CARTOON: "BELLE BOYS" THURSDAY & FRIDAY krw. PIIJ b, HMRV KUINEK - f,oducrt b r BUDDY AOtEH • Dk«trt fr WUW< WBtt A MCKWHIH CORPORATION MWUCTIW Cartoon — SPELLBDUNT HOUND -ANNOUNCEMENT- Mildred Burnett Vincent (Owner of Moderne Beauty Salon for 5 years) wishes to announce her new location and extend a cordial invitation to all her friends and patrons to visit her at— Mildred's Beauty Shop 900 E. Main 6136 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Boxy Trogram Announcements U a.m. and 5;30 p.m. for Starvue. Wednesday Thursday & Friday THE MIGHTY STORY OF THE MAN WHO BATTLED FOR THE BIGGEST BONANZA OF THEM ALL! He fought the fury of the wind and sea, a mob's blind hate • and a woman's mocking heart for a „ billion dollar s. "$\ dream of Glory! *n MARCIA HENDERSON • JAY C. FlIPPEN • ANTONIO MORENO • ROBERT MONET ALSO CARTOON

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