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July 24, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 24, IfM ATTENB TOURNAMENT —• The three couples shown above are among those who have come the farthest to attend the Northeast Arkansas Sectional Tournament. Shown from left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eatinger of Albuquerque, N. M., Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Ignatz of Sacramento, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Shirley of Houston, Texas. News Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 •mage Everett-Austin Ma Announced Mrs. La Una Everett today announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Virginia Everett, to William Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. . Austin. The double ring ceremony -was solemnized July 11, at Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. Grant Clark officiating. • Mrs. Seniinola Gordon, sister of the groom, servea as matron of honor and only feminine attendant. Sam Gordon, brother-in-law of the groom, served as best man. Mrs. Gordon wore a pink dress with white accessories and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. The bride wore a gray organdy princess style dress with white accessories. She pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. Both the bride and groom attended Blytheville High School. Mrs. Austin participated in the Future Teachers of America and Mrs. William Austin the Future Homemakers of America Club. The bridegroom was active in the Future Farmers of America. They will make their home in Chicago. WILSON NEWS By MRS. B. F. BOTTLES Capt. and Mrs. Charles L. Elslander and son will depart for Fort Hood, Texas, where Captain Elslander has recently been assigned after a 16-rnonth tour in Korea. While serving in Korea, Capt. Elslander was awarded the Bronze Star and Commendation Ribbon f or mentor ous service. Mrs. C. J. Lowrance, Jr., will meet with the Town and Country Canasta Club in the home of Mrs. Coming Events Monday Rainbow Girls are having banquet at 6:30 p. m., followed by initiation conducted by Grand Officers of the State of .Arkansas. Pol- lowing the initiation a bunking j cups. party will be held. Executive board of Christian women's Fellowship of First Christian Church meets at 10:30 a. m. at the church followed by 12 p. m. luncheon. A general meeting will be held Delta Bridge Club Meets DRIVER — The Delta Club met at the home of Mrs. Charles Beall in Joiner Wednesday afternoon. Four Events Completed In Sectional Bridge Tournament In the Northeast Arkansas Sectional Bridge Tournament being held at Hotel Noble four events have been completed. In the largest tournament ever ™ ers e been announced in the women's pair event, men's pair event, mixed pairs, and Cl UHiCi VV CW.il CO^.CLJ' 4I3.X U-V^J.i.JLWWAA., - . . A dessert course was served onja special masterpornt game. arrival of the guests. Daisies and The first session of the Team-of- other summer flowers were used in the entertaining rooms. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. 0. W " Speck, Mrs. James Elslander and Mrs. Elstner Beall. Guests of the group were Mrs. J. C. Perry and Mrs. Jerry Cullom. Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Viriginia Walters entertained members of the Vendredi Bridge Club at the Razorback last night. , Winners is the bridge games played during the evening were Mrs. Bob Metcalfe, high, Mrs. ^iank' Dodd, second high, and Miss Barbara Smith, bridgo. Guests of the group were Mrs. James Vest and Miss Simth. A dessert course was served by the conclusion of the games by the hostess. Four Championship also was played yesterday.- Winners in the women's pair event were Mrs. W. L. Terry of Memphis and Mrs. John Potts of Little Rock, first and Mrs. Houston Payne and Mrs. Fredrick Eberson of Memphis, second. The men's pair event winners were Dr. W. B. Avery and Monroe Solomons, of Memphis, first and J. C. Baird of Baird, Miss., and Milton Beirbaum of St. Louis, second. The winners in the mixed pairs event were Mrs. Rose Groves and Lee Brown of Little Rock, first and Mrs. A. F, Latura and Dr. Avery, second. In the first session of the Team- of-Four championship first place winners were Mrs. J. M. Mathews of Fort Worth, Tex., Mrs. Ruth Eleanor AfTlick and Mrs. J. S. Roleson of Blytheville, Mrs. Bierbaum of St. Louis and Mr. Baird. In second place were Mrs. W. L. Terry, Mrs. Latura, Mr. Solomans and Dr. Avery, all of Memphis. Winners in the special master point game were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Charles Gerrald of Blytheville, second. The second session of the Team- of-Four championship will be played this afternoon, ah early birds and individual sessions will be played today. The first session of the open pair championship will be played tonight* and the second session will be played tomorrow afternoon. A consolation game will conclude the tournament tomorrow. By MRS. M. H. ISAACS A soft towel placed over the kitch- Wallin _of Little^ Rock, first jind en sink drainboard wiU minimize the danger of chipped dishes and Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. at 1:30 p. m. Trinity Baptist Church Circles meet in the homes of members. Jewel Abernathy Circle meets with Guy Driver in Osceola today. i Mrs. C. S. Webb at 2 p. m. Evelyn Rick Cromer, son of Mr. and Mrs. j standford meets with Mrs. E. G. Richard Cromer, is a patient at Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Jack Uzzelle is a Memphis visitor today. Mrs. Robert H. Nelson and daughter, Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan of Golden Lake plantation have returned home after vacationing in New Orleans. Mrs. N. B. Ellis and daughter, Patricia, have returned from a visit in Indianapolis, Ind. They were accompanied home by Miss Janet Smith. Mrs. Lynn Trannum and Mrs. Jimmie Powell were visitors in Memphis Wednesday. Miss Merrie Carroll Kendricks of Osceola spent the day with Miss Carolyn Nicholson Tuesday. Mr. "and Mrs. Eisner BeaU and sons of Wilson and Mr. and Mr. Charles Beall and family of Joiner will leave Tuesday for Daytona Beach, Fla., for a vacation. Mrs. James Elslander and daughter, Becky, Mrs. Hildred Bunch of Blytheville and Mrs. Celeste Sharp shopped in Memphis, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrance, III, spent the week end in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Law have moved to Driver to make their home. Mr. Law has accepted a position with Lowrance Brothers and Company. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nicholson entertained with a barbecue Sunday night. Guests from Osceola and Wilson attended. Loveli at 2 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Bill Boren, 431 East Davis, at 7:30 p. m. Katie Hatton YWA meets at the First Baptist Church at 7 p. m. Mrs. C. L, McWaters, Jr., and Mrs. R. B. Stout entertaining for Delia Shippen, Tuesda at 8 p. m. Marion Cook Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. F'. L, Wicker at 7:30 p. m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting. Wednesday Mrs. Sam Owens is entertaining members of Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. J. H. Smart is entertaining the Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel 'Noble. Members of the Chillion Club meet with Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Friday Miss Pat Partlow entertaining with party for Miss Delia Shippen. Ladies Guest Day at the Country The Yarbro Home Demonstrate- J Club at 10:30 a. m., followed by a Luxora HD Club Conducts Meeting The Luxora Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. Jack 'Flannagen Thursday with 10 members and one new member, Mrs. Bud Shepperson, and three visitors present. The devotional was given by Mrs. Roy L. Vaughn and the'bus- iness session was presided over by Mrs. W. L. Hanna. In a dress revue, Mrs. C. E. Lucas won first. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostess served refreshments. Singing 1 Convention To Be Held Sunday The Pemiscot County Singing Convention will be held at the General Baptist Church in Denton Sunday at 2 p.m. Several quartets are expected to attend. Manila Education Association will hold its first meeting of the school year Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Miss Thelma Fowler is association president for the thirc consecutive year. Her assistants include Mrs. Jean. Ashabranner vice president Mrs. Jewel Poag secretary-treasurer. Bits of News Ifl/lo6ttu LITTLS L/2— Trying- out for cheerleaders this term are Roxie Smith, Linda Ed wards, Barbara Ballard," Betty Hampton, Lois Smith, Monda At kinson, Carol Bellinger, Katherine Gunter, and Norita Davis. Bil Shockley is faculty sponsor for the group. Coach Wayne Taylor reports that many improvements are being made in the Manila High School athletic department this term. In addition to the concrete tennis court given by the senior class, the department has an outdoor concrete basketball court, a croquet field, two volley ball courts, two additional Softball fields, miniature golf course, a new archery range, glass backboards for the Tipton .Hall gymnasium. A rifle range is due to be .completed by the fall term opening. Freshman initiation will be held at Manila High School Aug. 2 to 6, Senior President James F. Harris has reported. Mrs. G. 0. Poetz and Mrs. Otto Scrape arc spending several days in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal have had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Meyer of Eudora, Ark. Carroll Blakemore has returned home after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas in Hollywood, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook entertained with a fish fry Thursday night complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fletcher of Joiner. Miss Susie Mitchell of Arlington, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Westbrook and grandson of Birmingham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Westbrook of San Angelo, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walden and son of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turner and children have returned from a two-week vacation spent in Ozark, Ark. Dr. and Mrs. Orlie Parker and children are spending a two-week vacation at Watts Bar Dam and Gatlinburg, Term. Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Berry, Jr., of Sanford, Fla., will arrive today to visit Mrs. Berry's parents, Mr. and .*lrs. R. L. Wade. Their daughter, Bobbie June, has spent the past two months here and will return home with them. Miss Cecil Cassidy and Miss Alice Marie Ross were in Little Rock yesterday where they attended committee meetings for the Arkansas Education Association. They were accompanied to Little Rock by Miss Effie Lee Terrell, who will spend the next two weeks at her home in Murfreesboro, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hood and son, Billy, of Detroit, Mich., are guests of Mr. Hood's mother, Mrs. R. H. Hood. Mrs. A. B. Baxley of Calera, Ala., and Mrs. Robert Bates and sons of Shelby, Ala., are visiting their sister, Mrs. E. C. Thompson, and family, and brother, J. C. Dobbs, and family of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Brown and family of Risco, Mo., will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Westbrook of Birmingham, Ala., are the week end guests of Mrs. I. O. Westbrook and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Ashby and daughter, Rose Albuta, and -Mr. and Mrs. Moses King and family of Torrance, Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashby, Mr. ana Mrs. Albert Burks and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Darby for two weeks. Mrs. Ira Dickson left Tuesday for Phoenix, Ariz., to visit her sister, Mrs. R. L. Ashby in Tor- It's amazing how much trouble there is In this world, when so many people are looking for ft. The homernaker carries thrift too far when she overlooks quality. ion Club meets with Mrs. McG'uire' luncheon. OPENS 6:45 EACH NitiHT SHOW STARTS AT Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature 2 SHOWS EVERY Nlt£! RAIN or {••••••••(••••••^"W****"' 11 * 1 ™ l '**** l * W * - '' — ^ SATURDAY ONLY Pouble Feature Program —AND //i At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Billy Busby, Armorel . Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. C. Darby and baby, city S. E. Jones, city Mrs. Bernice Baker, city Boscoe Crafton, city TXCUSE MY DUST With tied Skelton Plus Cartoon "Sloopy Jalopy" If you wrap your sandwiches separately and put them in the freezer, they will still be good to eat a •week or two later. Avoid raw vegetables which lose their crispnenss. whites of hard-cooked eggs, fruit jellies and salad dressings. Once frozen sandwiches are thawed, use them promptly because they spoil rapidly in temperatures above 45 degrees. Baby blankets are now available with plastic rings or elastic bands that attach firmly to the sides of the crib, thus eliminating the age- old worry of baby" getting tangled in the blanket and suffocating. present* M-G-M rp, LANA 1URNER Cartoons "Posse Cat" and "Hero For a Day' —AND— M.G-H's AMAZING ANIMAL SUR CQNWS GANGERS OF THE WEST AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Eiti it Roxy Program Announcements. SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program JOHNNY AGAINST THE CANNIBALS! I i* AN D ... JOHNNY WEISSMULLER <» JUNGLE JIM ' __ GOT ANDY MADISON DEVINE •nti Karin Booth • Richard Stapfey mi Tamba m* 7almt«<! Ownpl Story m< Scrwn (t«j bj y*Utl NWMAX • 8»»i! otwi me I An Kfi| Fnnns 5yrxk«:t nti^tMW f-J'ur; • f>ra>jc«j 67 &W WT2WW &»K Cartoon "Taxi Turvey' SUNDAY and MONDAY The great [ love story of our time! IN EXCITING COLOR! Serial "Gunfighters" No. 2 & Cartoon "Soapy Opera" SUN., & MON. 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Mrs. Homer Blessing and Mrs. Glen Coffee of Newbern, Tenn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson yesterday. They returned Tommy, Brent and Sandra Johnson home from spending several days with them. Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Marianna is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dick White. Mr. White and children. She came especially to at- tcnu the bridge tournament. F. E. Black is spending several days in Jackson, Miss., as guest of his mother, Mrs. W. A. Black. Miss Nancy Hughes of Memphis is spending the week end with her mother, Mrs.-R. D Hughes, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jamison are the parents of a daughter born July 15. The baby, who has been named Lauren LaNita, has a sister, Scott. Mr. and Mrs. David Barton and daughter, Kay, of Memphis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns yesterday. Kay remained to spend several days with her grandparents. Announcement I am now associated with Stires Beauty Shop. 309 N. Fifth Street, Blytheville, and extend an invitation to all my friends and customers to call on m«. Stires Beauty Shop 309 N. Fifth St. Phone 3-3356 Starts Where "The Robe" Left Off YOUR fRItNDlY THEATRE Sat. Night 10:30 p.m. Sun.. Mon. and Tues. July 24, 25, 26, 27 IT BEGINS WHERI >I{obe" LEFT OFF! e^n of the .story of love and faith in the history <£ s t«|ijlf*ytainment...the soul-searching '/, Xjf't drama of what happened to * Demetrius end "The ftofae'C £ 20* Cen»ury-Fox CINEMASCOPE Cofcf by TECHNICOLOR DEMETRIUS «n4 ROME AUNEMMCROFT ••VICTOR 11 SUSAN MATURE HAYWARD OME * DHM M<*T ^^ c / ^^ RQFT-jAYiDttNSOs * y rfanK Kv»: , tfk*. • WM,» *«0.«D ,-. 0elmerDAYES w r Philip DUHM& Matinee Sunday At Regular Prices! Week Days At 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.

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