The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1953 · Page 4
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FAGK FOUK K/TTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURfER NEWS <? • 4 aocielu, MuJlinj, Society Editor • f eut£ Drop-In Party Robson-Bynum Vows Are Pledged Is Given For Serviceman Here Lt. C. O. Redman, Jr.. was honored by his mother. Mrs. C. G. Redman, Sr., Wednesday afternoon with • drop-In party between the hours of four and .six o'clock at ihelr home on Country Club Drive. Lt. Redman is spending his 1(1 „, Brecm , ry „„„ „ „, d S 1 .? ??.££ n5? ^ :"^I »'"'< '."«»: a^lng lmm.dUl.ly turn to Panama City, Pin., on Sat...... „ . .„ _., JP -, .... n iroiu 01 tie cam eliibra wore two urday where he 1* .stationed wm, , wskp(s of wh((c , toclt ,\ nt *,™S , the Air Force. Mra. Redman enieilahird Ihe 75 ftuesta with the Assistance of Miss Arden Ferguson, Mrs. Joe Fcren- »on, Jr., and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Seen In the living room was the fatly decorated Christina* tree, and on » Uble was a tall crescent - «h»t«d arrangement of gladioli In bright red. The refreshment table, which was overlaid wilh a Christmas cloth and decorated with reel balls and wreaths, was set with silver coffee service. Silver canilelnbrn held red tapers, and silver trays held assorted parly foods. Many of the guests were from otit-of-fown. Young People Attend Dinner Mr. xad Mrs. Charles Mp/ord were hosts last night with a dinner party given for members al die Young People's Training Union and Sunday school of Calvary Baptist Church, when 16 members and one guest, Junior Webb, attended. The Invocation was given by Mrs. J, M. Ross. Following games which provided the evening's entertainment, a devotional was given by MISB Jean Normal), and prayer by Mr. LIptord dismissed' the group. Sojouthful And Smart with huckleberry. Given la mnrrinse by her father, the bride v/ore a frosty pink shantung dress with rlilnrslolic trim. He accessories were in navy blue, and she carried a white Bible lopped with white carnations in a cascade. Serving ns maid of honour and only lemlnlnc attendant was Miss Shirley Shoemaker, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. If. C. Shoemaker at O.sceola. She wore a pale fjreen wool- Jersey dress, with conlrasiliiK accessories, nnd a corsage of pink car- Langley served as best inn. Out-of-town guests included MaJ. and Mrs. C. I,. Roman' of 'Memphis' Gerald H. Rohson. Jr., brother of Mrs.' Edgar Young and Raymond the bride, and Cnpt. Charles An- Edrlngton of Osccola. New officers Nl«ht Supper members with a New Year's eve By Sue Bwnett Tew pattern pieces anil a well Illustrated sew chart enable you to turn out thl» charmer in \ lew hoiirj. A crisp contrasting tone Is used for trim. Pattern No. 8804 Is a «K--ri(e perforated pattern In sizes II. 12. 1,1, H. 16, 18. 20. Size 12, 4 yards of 38- Inch; 3 yards binding for contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size de- Hired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Fall mid Winter. This new Issue Is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season: gift pattern printed Inside the book, 25c. In a double-ring ceremony performed last evening, Miss Mary 'atrlcla Hofoson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hardy Ilobson be- :ame the bride of I.owry Joe Bymnu, _?ori of Mr. aiuf Mrs, William f.owry Byiium of Varbro, with the Rev. E. C. Brown officiating before members of Ihe family. Vows were plcilgpd at the home of the bride's parents before ft background of greenery nnd lighted . In front of the candelabra were two nations. Shanno Mri. Joe I,, R/nilm both of Sioux City. Ja., Mr. New Year's Dance Given For Club of the Thursday Club entertained dance Wednesday at th« American Legion Hut. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Roe. president. Mr. nntl Mr.s. Warren Moxley, secretary and treasurer, Find Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Mnrr, vloc-prcsl- dent, Jn the Absence of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Miller, entertained., Morn Umn 100 people attended the iimml flffnlr, and were greeted nt the door by Gils Halt, who was dressed In the ( tnuUllomO white robe, with sickle, of Father Time. He was named "1052." At midnight. Jimmy Smothcrrnon diessed In black silk top hat nntf diaper appeared ks "1953." At midnight, a shower of balloons, which adorned the ballroom celling, was released, and serpentine, coo- fettl, and nolsemakers were given the guests. Following the evening of dancing, guests were served n buffet supper from the long table centered with a large white "fat" candle j;tir!anded Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Miller, formerly of Blylhevllle and at M«m. phis, moved yesterday to Jackson Mis, where they will make their dome at 1511 Belmont. Mr. Miller ha.i been a patient at, the Baptist Hospital recently, and is reported to be Improving. Mr». Miller is (lie daughter of Mrs. Lucy McAdams of Blytheville. Mrs. Lloyd Hay has returned fro"m El Paso, Tex., where she spent the holidays with her husband. Pvt Hay. who Is stationed at Port Bliss!, Tex. v Warren L. Moxley, Jr., who it a Undent at Cleorgla Military Academy, College Park. On,, will leave Sunday by plane to return to school after spending the holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren fj. Moxley. Mr. and Mrs, John Ed Regenold. Marlon Smith, Larry Lulz and Put Burks are among students at University of Arkansas who will return to school today after geing the (ruesls of their parents for the Christmas and New Year's holiday. MI.M Rosemary Monaglian, MKi Dixie Killlan. Woody Townsend, Miss Annclla Humphrey, Jerry Van Xandt, Jerry Carter, E. B. Gee, Shirley King and Jane Wilson are among students scheduled to return to college Sunday after spending the holidays with llieir parents. . T. Moore, Jr., and Harold Lewis of Dell, left today for University of California at Los Angeles. They have spent (lie past two weeks tie re. Denny Gentry and Buddy Bennett of Carnthersvllle left today for California where they will live by gii-cnery, bells. studded with Osceola OES Has Installation ORL'KOI.A— Two hundred Masons, Eastern Stars and visitors assembled In the dining 'room or (he Masonic Hall Monday night for Ihclr annual banquet and joint Installation. Mrs, IluLh Pemlcrgrass and Mrs. V. B, Harlan were In charge of table decorations, which depleted ft New Year scene ut the officers' table. The guest table held n cornu- abelh Rnlns, wnrdcr; Paul Stillyell sentinel; and Mrs Doris Anderson conductress. filled ornaments, copia while .... with red roses ami daisies. At, the speaker's table were sent- ed Jake Thrnllklll, (oastmaster; ,f. H. Brown, who gave the Invocation, I,. W. Williams. \vho gave the" welcome address and Mrs. K. R. Bogan. who gave the response. Following Introductions of the group, the singing was led by Claude Lloyd with Mrs. Lloyd at the piano, Tile turkey dinner that lollowed was served by the Rainbow Girls. They were Introduced by the Rainbow Dad. Mr. Thrailklll. The Incoming officers are Mrs. Mildred Tlowerton, worthy matron; Carl Anderson, worthy patron; Mrs. Thelma Amos, associate matron; Harold Howerlon. associate patron; Mrs. Irma Handy, scc'rc- Inry Mrs. Elizabeth Rains, treasurer; Mrs. Stella ' Head, conductress; Mrs. Marjorie Wiley, associate conductress Mrs. Geneva Hendon, chaplain Miss Ruth Mnssey, marshal Mrs. Freda Ni\on, organist: Miss Tnmmtec Watson, Ada; Mrs. Gatha Watson, Rulh; Mrs. Rozelle .SIllKvckk. Esther; Mrs. B»rnlce Cmumlngs. Martha; Mrs. Madaline Campbell, Elect n: Mrs. June Crews, warder; Paul stlllwell, sentinel. Installing officer was Mrs. Frances Begun. Other installing officers were Mrs. Mattie Shippeii. marshal; Mrs. Krma Uanday. chaplain; Mrs. Famify Luncheon Given by Rhoads Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Rhoads en terlained members of their fnmiile:. ..... , , yesterday with a buffet luncheon at o.ther tables were centered thdr , lomCi whe] , 43 gues ,, ww Mrsi H. C. Rhoads, and M-Sgt. Hevmltt C. Rhoads of Chicago. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clark of Slecle. and Mr. anrt Mrs. John Chalk ol Bolivar, Mo. , present for the affair. Out-ol-town guests were Mr. and oung ^copies .... Ridge Baptist 1 ?? lldft W w rear'* party *L Alexandra. People's Class HasrH.o]iclay Party Members of the Young People Department of CnJe Rii Cluirch held a New Yea . , _ „ _ (he home of Mr. and Mrs. Ausle Young, when 30 members attended Guests Included Mr. nrid Mrs Henry Perkins, Mv. and Mrs. D. W Young and Mrs. S. M. Singleton. Dell MYF Has Church Party Members of Ihe Methodist Youtl Fellowship of the Dell Methodist Church celebrated the coming o: the Mew Year with a church party in the recreation room, which was gaily decorated for the occasion. Games were played throughout (he evening, under the direction of Mrs. I/Duise Peterson. Refreshment.s were served, and the nev. Eugene Hall dismissed with prayer,. Bits of News Half Moon News Mr. and Mrs, Bob Eskerlilge of St. .•<>»!*, Mo., spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert HoskiiLs. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Buck are In Corpus Chrlstl, Tex. visiting their daughter, Mrs. Marshall Lcsher, aild family. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mitchell spent the past week in Hot Springs with Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Roland. Mrs. Benny Welsh Rnd Mr. Welch of Pensacola. Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams and family of Gosnell were guests for supper at the home of Mrs. w. R. Light/cot. Jfx Mortey who is a patient at Kennedy Hospital U reported in bcU ter condition. Mrs. M. p. BIrchett and Miss EaVHne Richardson spent the past week In St. Louis with friends and relatives ... Seaman First class Leon HoskiM and Mrs. Hofrkins of Memphis spent the past week with their parents Mr; and Mrs. Albert Hosklns, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Alexandra. Mrs. Glrdon Howard Is visiting friends anrt relatives in St. Louis this week. Sgl. John Haynes »nd Mrs. Hnynes of Biloxl, Miss., spent the with Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mrs. B. P. Gay was (n Memphis this past week visiting her son, B. F. Gay, Jr.. and Mrs. Gay. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Evcrhart of St. Louis spent the week end with her son. Junior Tngram, and Mrs. Ingram. Coming Events Stitch and Friday Chatter Club meets Tough, Synthetic Fiber in Decorator Fabrics Withstands Moths, Flames, Acids Abrasions FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, Rubber to G«t Arctic Test BIRMINGHAM, England (*) — The British Dunlop Rubber Co. hm iroduccd a mock nrctlo In one of ts test laboratories here In an effort to make a more efficient rub- )er for use in polar regions. Both natural and synthetic rubbers harden at low temperatures. Below minus 56 degrees centigrade] ' current grades of rubber are virtually useless HS shock-absorbers, ;he report said. HALF PRICE SALE I A synthetic fiber formerly used for heavy duly In outdoor furniture and automobile seat covers has now been adapted lo decoralive fabrics unQ carpels, it appears (left) In a graceful, modern chair •nd (rljhl) hi a new carpel siiilcd lo modern Interiors. It n-IH lake extremely hard wear. NEW YORK— (NBA)—The lot of the housewife-is Improving daily. Even though sho can't afford (or find) a maid or part-time help of any kind, a woman need not, exhaust herself trying to keep her house show-case clean. The steady stream of improvements and new developments in labor-saving devices for the home are extremely important, or course. But equally important are the new decorative fabrics that take a mln- By OAfl.K DUGAS NKA Woman's Kditor mum of care and withstand all :ind of nbuse sucesfully. A newcomer to these Is a synthet- c fiber formerly used, because of its strength, only In automobile seat covers, outdoor furniture and luggage, it has been introduced for use n decorative fabrics. Progressive Club To Give Program \ OSCF.OLA — A monthly meet-ing of the Progressive Club will be held on Jan. 6, when Mrs. Roy Cox will lead the program on "International Affaire." She will be assisted by Mrs. R. C. Bryan. Mrs. B. L. Priddie. Mrs. n. G. Bandy and Miss Blanche Cleere. All foreiRn-born women in Osceola and South Mississippi County will be honor guests. Anthems of various countries will be heard. .Hostesses are Mrs. J. L. Olascoe. chairman; Mrs. William Ellas, Mrs. W. B. Ptannignn, Mrs. W. O. Frailer. Mrs. S. L. Oladish. Mrs. Mary Greene, Mrs. J. H. Elook, Airs. Horace Moore. Mrs. J. K. • Hampson, Mrs. t,. Htwton, Mrs. W. A. Steed, Mrs. L. C. B. Young. Mrs. Edward Segraves. Mrs. Lee Wesson. Mr.s. M. S. Silverfield, Mrs. n. H. Bniley, Mrs. John White and Mrs. T. M. nation. Blytheville Hospital DEsmised: Mrs. Floyd Haralson. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. D. Smith, City Mrs. Minnie Wilson, City COLDS' MISERIES? WHY DON T YOU TRY 666 1IQUID OR TABKH The slate of Washington has no Geneva Lloyd, organist; Miss Elli- Indian population of 15,370. with Mrs. Henry Thompson at the Air Base at 7:30 p.m. It's different. It's lime- tested, Evrn if others , h /ailed you, try €66. OO DON'T WAIT! HARRIET HURBAKD AVER HAND CREAM big beauty Wgain at fingertip*. »e «nly Rpthrock Drug Co. Don'i wail nnlil yotiN't saved up lh« cash l» enjoy the convenience and economy of Natural (ias. "vVc'll finance your Natural (Jas Pipe Installation for you. Have (lie work none hy any Qualified pipe inslallcr. We'll pay the bill arvrl arrange for you lo repay us on low monthly installments. Call, wrile, or come in and s«e us for complete information on this p!an that makes easy for you lo ltav« Natural Gas Service right away. No obligation. Ark^Mo Power Co. 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For the household wilh children ind pets, fabrics made wholly or partially from such synthetics are deal: children, pets and even hus- tatids are known to be hard on fur- liture. But If the man of the house scatters cigar or clgaret ashes liberally over the fnrnilure as he reads, ;here's still no harm done. The fi- 3Ci- will not support a "flame and is MHirely self-extinguishing, Its makers say. . , But how does It look? Very much like any handsome decorating fabric. It has clear color that's built in, which meaiis that ;ach fiber is colored all the way through. And Us beauty is a continuing thing since the fibers are resistant to mildew and fungi. They are also completely mothproof. Some decorating fabrics are made entirely of this synthetic. In others, It is used partially as an aid to improving serviceability. It appears In- carpets as well us These carpets are ideal for any home In drapery and upholstery fabrics, where the carpeting must take a great deal of traffic and therefore, much wear and tear. They're available in a variety of patterns and colors, to blend 'in with any decor. In these fabric,, this fiber in- So<J Shanty Sti]| LBTHBRIDGE, Canada (/ft— Ber- Herigsted built a sod shanty when he first carnc to southern Alberta In 1909. He's still living In It. It is the only original sod shnntry still in use today in this part of the country, ' Fine for Kissing HONG KONG </P) _ Fung Yin shuen pleaded guilty to a charg of driving a car without due car and attention. The district cour. fined Fung $50—for kissing a woman while driving. 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