The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 5, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1955 — Society News - a Ann Mallnrv Snriet.V Editor * PhD] Miss Millie. Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone S-4461 Mrs. Afflick Is Winner In Series Mrs. C. W. Afflick was winner of the six-week series which was, concluded by the Country CluU bridge league last .night when a six-table Howell moveriient was played. Mrs. F. E. Black was in second place with a 57.4 percentage and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins won third with 55.8 percent. In fourth place was Mrs. Russell Phillips with 55.6 perecent. Winners in last night's game were Mrs. Afflick and Mrs. Black, first with 79 points, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. A. H. McManus with 78« points. Mrs. Frank Grlgsby and Mrs. Jenkins were third with 75 points. Sorority Has Meeting in Pryor Home Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mis Melba Pryor last night when Mrs. Harold Doyle was co-hostess. Mrs. Jack Owen presided over the business session when plans were discussed for the annual formal dance to be held at Hotel Noble Feb. 11. Results of the Negro children's Christmas party were also discussed. Refreshments of iced drinks andj party fuods were served at the conclusion of the meeting. Installation Conducted by Altar Society Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church held Its monthly meeting in the school Monday night. An installation of officers was held with Mrs. Ed Burbage being installed as president. Mrs. John Perkins went into the organization as vice-president and Miss Christine Grady as secretary. Mrs. Martin Trenkle will serve as treasurer. The Rev. Amos Enderlin gave the invocation and dismissal prayer. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Hughes and Mrs. Joe Seiber. .Mrs. Ar-nie Merton was presented with luggage from the group as out-going president. DellWSCSHas First Session Of Study Course Fifteen members of the Dell Wo- Mr. And Mrs. W. D. Chamblin returned Monday from Philadelphia, Penn., where they had been visiting their son, Dr. Bill Chamblin, Mrs. Chamblin and children. George Gallup of Lincoln, Nebr., who has spent the past several weeks here visiting his sister, Mrs. Harry W. Ha^nes, and Mr. Haines has returned to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Patton and son, Cary Mark, of Portageville vlsi- :ed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Patton and son, Ronnie, over ,he weekend. Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson and children of Dexter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Frazer and daughter, Lynn, have returned to their home in Del Rio, Tex., after spending the holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. 6. B. Frazer, Sr., and Mrs. Gazer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 3haffin. Lynn had spent the past 5ix weeks here visiting her grand- tarents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frazer and .._ amily have returned home after men's Society of Christian Service j visiting his father, C. S. Frazer, in of Methodist Church were present i Lexington, Ky., and Mrs. Howard Monday night for the first session of :he study course "Jeremiah." The Rev. Lee Gates of Manila Eugene Cable, a student at Texas Crick and family in Portsmouth, O. A and M College Station Tex., has ine ItCV. UCe LjaLCa Ul ivltllllla t\ Bllu 1V1 ^yuucgc .jmulun in.*., taught the chapter and Mrs. Fred returned to school after spending Kelley gave the devotional and op- j the holidays here with his parents, ening prayer. The Rev. Mr. Cutes was introduced by Mrs. R. G. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cable. Mrs. B. F. Stewart, Sr.. accompanied by her daughter Mrs. James Hostesses were Mrs. U. S. Blank- j McDonald Ray, of Hayti are in OS- enship and Mrs. Jack Lewis. The I ceola today for the funeral servic Rev. 'E. H. Hall the group. was a guest of It Fits To Perfection TT By Sue Burnett 8209 1W-24VS Carefully tailored button front style — expertly designed to fit the shorter figure perfectly. Trim with unusual buttons. Pattern No. 8209 is in sizes 12'i, 14Vz. 16'/2, 18'b. 20'i, 22',2, 24'i. Size 14'/2, short sleeve, 4 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COfNS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street. Chicaco 6. 111. Basic FASHION, fall and win- Ml Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c. At All Times Exemplar Chapter Has Program In Davis Home Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Virginia Davis last night, Mrs. Randal Hawks was of Mrs. Arch Rogers. They will be accompanied home by Mr. Stewart who has been in Osceola with his uncle, Mr. Stewart, since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fermenter, Jr,. are the parents of a son born at the Walls Hospital, Dec. 28- The baby has been named Gary Franklin. Patsy Caldwell, student at Vanderbilt, has returned to school after spending the holidays here with relatives. Hairdressers Association Has Meeting Blytheville Unit of Hairdressers Association met at Mildred's Beauty Shoppe Monday night when they had as their guest a coUa technician, Mrs. Autis Lamb, from Little Bock. Mrs. Columbus Neal of Lepanto served as model for the aiivering and blending demonstrations . In the business session conducted by Mrs. Ctalr Miller, plani were made for National Beauty Salon Week. Feb. 20 through 26. The group decided to do work lor the needy. Quests at the meeting were from Osceola. Lepanto and Little Bock. Lone Oak HD Club Entertained By Mrs. Mitchell Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. O. M. Mitchell yesterday with nine members and one visitor, Mrs. B. P. Gay, present. MM. Mitchell gave readings on "Home Value", and "Our Final Hope." A report on the last meeting was given by Mrs. Glen Alexander and the eye-opener on aprons and pot holders was given by Mrs. R. E. Da,vis and Mrs. Mitchell. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman gave a demonstration. Gifts were exchanged by secret pals to conclude the meeting. In the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Alma McNeill left yesterda for DeKalb, Miss., for an extende Mrs. rtanaai wawKs was in ior, im&b., lur an exie charge of the business and also j visit with Mrs. Cleo Langs ton. the program, "Know Your Flo\v-| Visiting in the C. S. Binning ers' Name. Committee .reports were given by the chairman and the hostess served a dessert course. _adies Bible lass Meeting Postponed The meeting of the Ladles Bible :iass of the .First Methodist church has been postponed until further notice. Mrs. Henderson Hall was to entertain the group Friday at her home. At The Hospitals Chldtasawba Hospital Dismissed: John Roden, Jr., Burdette Mrs. Allie Hughes, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Susie Inmon, Steele Mrs. June Fleeman, Manila . Mrs. W. A. Jackson, Rt. 3, city Mrs. Irene Sanders, D3'l Miss Georgia Talklngton, Hayti Sam Wright, city ter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. ,™ 0 _ — igham home over the holidays was Will Birmingham of Jackson, Tenn. Warren Moxley Elected Shrine Club Head Wnrren Moxley was Installed as president of the Shrine Club last week replacing E. M. Holt who has served as president of the club for the past two years. Other officers Installed were W. L. Walker, who was re-elected secretary, and Joe Atkins, vice-president. Coming Events Wednesday NOW Club meets with Mrs. Joe Mac Hester, 7:30 p. m. Thursday Armorel HD Club meets with Mrs. W. O. Anderson for potluck luncheon, Mrs. Coieman Stevens entertains LaNeuve Bridge Club at Country Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Barbara Sawyer. GEO Club meets with Mrs, Harold Davis. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains Chillion Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs WED., & THURS. Double Feature Cartoon "Motor Maniacs" GREATEST SALE OF THE YEAR OFFERS YOU TERRIFIC SAVINGS ON SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY NOW IN PROGRESS FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. 1 Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division Mrs. Goff Honored by YMClub Young Matron's Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. Paul Long last night when Mrs. Preston Golf was the guest of honor. A potluck dinner was served from the dining table which was overlaid with a lace cloth. In the business session Mrs. La cius Lendennfe was elected president, Mrs. Clyde O'Neal, treasurer, and Mrs. Clyde Lutes, reporter. The remainder of the evening was spent informally and a gift was given Mrs. Goff by the group. NN Bridge Club Conducts Game Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., entertained members of the NN Bridge Club last night. Winners in the bridge games were Miss Betty Ann Harber, high; Mrs. Tommy Westbrook, second high, and Mrs. Westbrook, bridgo. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the conclusion of the games. ; Tuesday Bridge Club Has Meeting Members of the Tuesday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. W C. Higginson. Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon were winners in the bridge games. Preceding the games, the hostess served a dessert course. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettyt NeUt Starr Bob chiles, Sr., underwent surgery last week In Methodist Hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Ed shippen 1> a patient In Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Henry Carney of Texarkana is visiting friends In Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. William, jr., and children of Cordell, Okla., have returned to their home after spending two weeks with Mrs. William's parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. R. cullom, Sr. John Herring has relumed his sludies at the University of Texas. John, a pre-med student, spent the holidays with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Percy Herring.' Miss Shirley Cone has returned to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, after spending th« holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. George Gone. Lt. Harry Null, stationed with the Air Force in Clovls, N. M., was a houseguest of Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Jr., and Miss Joanne Cullom during the holiday season. Lieutenant Null and Miss Cullom attended the New Year's eve ball at the Army-Navy Club In Memphis. Miss Cullom visited Lt. Null's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Allan Taylor, during the holidays and attended the Taylor's open house party on Christmas day. Mrs. Cullom accompanied her daughter to Memphis and was also a guest of the Taylors. Miss Cullom flew back Sunday to Vander- bllt where she Is a junior this year. M. O. Vsrey. Friday Mrs. Bob Metcalfe entertains Vendredi Bridge Club. The men of the Methodist Church held their monthly fellowship dinner Tuesday night. 'Members of the Wesleyan Guild served the dinner. Entertainment was provided by the Osceola Barber Shop Quartet. Women of the Presbyterian Church met Monday afternoon In the church education building with 26 members present. Mrs. P. D. Johnson presided as the new president. Reports on 1954 business were made by chairmen of the different branches of the auxiliary. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. David Laney, vice-president, Jointly had charge of the program and read {he goals to be reached during 1955 ' y the* Women of the Church. The hostesses during the social hour were Mrs.. E. L. Taliaferro, Mrs. Don Blodgett and Mrs. Bob Cromer. A dessert course was served during the social hour. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell entertained members of her Friday bridge club and several guests at her home on East Hale" with a luncheon. Guests other than the members were Mrs. Wade Qulnn of Mem)his. Mrs. Harris Parks of Union 31 ty, Tenn., Mrs. Reba Davidson of Uniontown, Ala., Mrs. J. H. Hook and Mrs. Charlie Hale. Bed carnations were used to give the luncheon a holiday look. Mrs. Hugh Allan entertained Thursday afternoon with a drop-in at her home on West Hale. As the guests arrived they were greeted with a holiday atmosphere in the decorations and in the refreshments. Guests called from five to seven. Harlan Starr returned to Jonesboro Sunday to resume his studies at Arkansas State. Harlan is transferring for his second semester to Ole Miss and w.ill be a junior when he enters Ole Miss in February. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hanner had as their guests the past weekend, j Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dolan and •• children of Memphis. Mr. and Hanner and children visited the Dolans during the holidays and relatives In Parkin. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Woodruff returned home over the weekend from a holiday visit with relatives and friends in Fort Smith. Miss Sylvia Ellas . was motored back to Ole Miss Saturday by her father, Bill Ellas. Miss Ellas Is a freshman at the college. x Miss Carolyn Faye Roc-bins en- tertalned Friday night with i watch party at her home on Highway 61. Ed..Williams and Johnny Strlck ling wer< hosts Thursday night to a holiday dance at the Seminole Club. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Begravtc, Mr. and. Mrs. Bobby Dyess, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan, Bob Beldy and Miss Carmen Poitras were among Osceolans in Dallas Saturday for the football game. All returned home by plane Sunday. The Rev. Murphy Wilds of Sena- tobla. Miss., filled the pulpit of Presbyterian Church Sunday evening. Tip to Girls: Don't Chase Man to Court Overheard on a bus: "Listen to this, Mabel. It says right here in the paper that a 26 - year - old New York oach- elor went to court because he claims a secretary In his office has been chasing him for two years. "He says this girl telephoned him, got in her Kutb Mlllett cilr and followed him in his, waved to him, leaned out of the car and called to him. "What a nerve that guy's got, Mabel. After all, he's a bachelor, isn't he? Until some woman geU him hooked for good, any girl's got a right to try. "Then who does he think he is, running to court, just because a girl looked him over and probably figured he was as good as she was going to find and she had better try to land him "You know how it is yourself, Mabel. You think when you get out of business college that Just because you've got a job in an office, and offices are full of men, that finding a husband is going to be Just picking out the one that looks the best. "That's the way you think it's going to be. Only you soon find out that most of the men in offices are married and. while that doesn't seem to slow some of them down, the kind of attention you get from a guy whose wife doesn't understand him doesn't get a girl any closer to a wedding ring. "If there's an unmarried man around, every girl In the office has her eye on him. So If you want to make an Impression you can't just sit around hoping he'll notice you on his way to the water cooler. "You've got to take the initiative to get noticed. And that's all the poor girl in New York did—Just took the Initiative. "Well here's my atop, Mabel. Don't go chasing any bachelor. He's liable to run straight to court." If your cosmetic budget is rather tight ,try making your own massaging cream. Simply combine thick soapsuds with a bit of aalad oil. Works wond«r« for roughened skin. CIB Bridge Club Entertained at Dixie Pig The Dixie Pig WM the meeting place of the CIB Bridge Olub when Mrs. Harold Nunn entertained yesterday. Miss Jettye Claire Huffman won high in the bridge gamei, Mri Utho Barnes won second high and bridge WM awarded Mri. W. H. OTCcefe. A de«erf courte WM s**M in- ceding the bridge garnet. Mr*. Frank Seay WM a guest of tiw group. CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up? 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) *... Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service 3/tjttmtlc 5 . 2 " 1(1 'LAUNDRY-CLEANERS BRIDES: Before you decide on your China, come in and inspect our Doulton Patterns. HOUSEWIVES: If thinking of new China, look over our line before deciding. FINE CHINA & BONE CHINA Prices $4.55 to $23.75 for 5 Piece Place Setting Listen to KLC.V at 10:10 a.m. an! 4 p.m. for Rltl & Roxj Program Announcements Wed. •Thurs. •Fri. JHitixn* •* i WARNER BROS. J WARNKRCOLOR SIMM REX VIRGINIA GEORGE LAURENCE ROBERT DOUSLAS STumi' HENRY BLANKE Sm'S PARAMOUNT NEWS & CINEMASCOPE SHORT "CONEY ISLAND" WE'RE GETTING DOWN TO THE FLOOR AT HEUER'S IT'S OUR January Floor Shoe Sale OUTGOTHECOUNTERS! PRICES CUT TO THE FLOOR! WE'RE STRIPPED FOR ACTION! MEN'S WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S SHOES Begins Tomorrow All counters have been removed ! Sale items are In boxes on the floor, plainly marked as to size and price 1 . PURSES Sox-Boots House Shoes Rubber Goods Savings For The Entire Family! A number of boxes will be marked FREE! If you find your size in a box marked "Fr««", they're yours with » purchaM. It's Fun! It's Different! And The Prices Are so Low! No Refunds!

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