The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 7, 1953
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TAG! Foil* BLYTHEVrLLK (ARK.) COURIER NEW! Pat Mullina, Society Editor Phone U61 Baptists Plan Meeting Friday "Prepare Ya the Way" Is the theme for the quarterly rally of the Woman's Missionary Union of Mississippi County Baptist Association, Friday, at tlie First Unptist In Osceola, The rally will' he held In conjunction with the monthly Associations! Workers Conference, Presiding at the meeting win be the Rev. I 1 . F. Herring of Osccoln, vice-moderator of Mississippi County Baptist Association, and the , program .will In- directed by Mrs. W. H, Brooks, Bfythevllle. asjuiclnilontil W Nf U president. The morning session of the one- day rally will begin with the rlp- votlonal led by Mrs. Lucfan Gnlmss and the Rev. Harold White. "MeciR- uring the Task" will be (he einhpn- s!fi In the officers conferences. Leveling the conference for pastors ami WMU presidents will be Mrs. Brootas; Mrs. C. E. Johnson, in charge of WMU vice-presidents; Mrs.' Clyde .Webb, conference for Young People's leaders; Mrs. C. R. Newcomb, stewardship chnlrman; Mrs. Mnble, Lunsford. community missions chairman; and Mrs. R. H. Jones, mission study cliRtriiiflii. Climaxing the morning 1 session wilf bo the sermon delivered by the Rev. Mr. White, pastor of the Leachville Baptist Church, At the afternoon session, Nfrs. E. C. Brown of Blythevllle will give the story, "Yours in the King's Employ," Reports will be given by Rev. C. A. Johnson. BS^ocIatlonal ni!-s- alonary, and other associaUonnl officers are Miss Hazel Bfanncn, Miss Grnca Lovelace, and Charles Lip- lord. Dupl icdte .League Plays', Series Ends Lust night marked the end of n atx-weeks series,of duplicate bridge, when members of the Duplicate Bridge League gathered fit the Country Club for a weekly fyinic. A five-table Houcll movement was plnyed, and winners for the evening were Mrs. W. A. Afflick anil Harry W. Raines, first,; O. S. Crpw- ell and Jim Wallhi of Little Rock, .second; and Mrs. F. E. Black nnd Mrs. W. D. ChnmbUn, third place. Mrs. n. F. Klrshner won top,honors for the series, wllh second plucc gain? to Mrs. W. A. Affllck, third to Mrs.'Frank Grigsby nnd fourth place to Mrs. O. W. MeCutchen. It. was announced Itmt next week's event will be a niasterpolnt Mr. ami Mrs. Eil Btirncs returned to Chk', 111,, nftcr fipoi.tilng sevens! weeks \sith their parents, ?ifr. tuid Mis. J. F). unrnes nnd Mr, pnd Mrs. A Kick Daniels. Mr. Hames al- tcntls the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Mrs. Harry Kinilcy leH Itist night for ShelbyviPe, Mo., to relnrn to her !ionic after spending the weekend as the ^nest of her sister, Dr. Edna Nfp.vnnd Dr. Curl Nies, Mrs. BIU Harding, Mrs. T. 1. Seay, and Mrs, Otis Jairelt went to Memphis Mondny, where Mrs. Harding underwent irotitiTienl. Bobby Mcllnniel, Charles'McDfm- lel and Granvillc Cooley left Monday for Kvfinston, HI., where (hey will continue their school following n three-wnftk.s vacation with their parents, Charles and Granvillc are (Undents nt Noi Ihvcestern Unlverfll- ty. anrt Bobby ntti-ivl* Kendall Junior College. Mr. and Mrs, E, D, Ferguson loft Monday for Richmond, Va., where they will be the guest of their daughter, Mrs, Robert F. Smart and "runHy. for two weeks. Lt. Col. and Mrs, E/mls Partridge intl as their gue.qts over Ihc holi- lays his parents, Or. and Mrs. II- il. •'artridge of Rochester, N. Y.. who returned to their homo this week »nd. CoL Partridge left Monday for Perrin Atr Force, Tex,, where le will be in training for aliouC hrec months, Mrs.j*artrld£G Is the former Miss Jean Baxter, nnd will nake her home here while her hus- jand (s away, C. W. Hoover and Doyle Henderson ore in Greenville, Miss., to .spend icventl days on business. So Smart And Thiifty '^_^' 1 Auxiliary Holds Business Meeting Mrs, Elton Foster presided In the absence of Mrs. Speck McGregor nt a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary last night nl the hut, \vheh a regular business session was lield, and three new members introduced. The three Included Mrs. Louise Blachard. Mrs. Jletty Parks and Mrs. Peck Hnrclln, During the business, reports were given on Christmas packages which ;he Auxiliary sent, and Mrs. H, C. Slnnkcnshlp reported on the trip to Memphis' Kennedy General Hospital, where gifts were Riven to hos- iliTcd veterans. Country Club Scene of Party The Blythevllle Country Club was Die scene of a. bridge party given yesterday by Mrs. N'ciil Oescll, when Kiicst* were members of the La Petite Club and Mrs. O. H. Crowell. A profusion of winter sreenery provided decorations for (he entertaining room. Winners of the afternoon's bridge game were Mrs. P. K. utley. fhvU place, Mrs. Max U.srey, second, and Mrs. Crovs'ell. brldgo.' Assorted party foods and drinks were served during the afternoon. Dessert-Bridge Given in Home Mrs. Doyle. Henderson 'entertained WDDMMDAY, 'AH. T, 1*M Coronation To Have Influence On This Year's Fashions Uy nOUOTHY KOIJ NEW YORK «1 — Coats will be narrow ami tapered, casual sports elotlies will lie careless and colorful and evening dresses will he as elegant ns may be expected In a coronation year. These were the main points gathered by visiting fashion editors a crnmmcd afternoon schedule In on the second day of tholf week of concentrated seminars of spring styles. Four major showings, spared an hour apart, included: Monte-Sano and Piuznii (high style suits r.iid coats); Claire McCardoll of Townley (college elrl casuals); Carolyn Schnurcr (beach and play clothes); and Cell Chapman (even- Inn clothes for glamor girls). Monte-Sano stresses the vertical BSP ChapterHas Business Meeting ..v .,„.. „„,..„„.«.. ,.. Mfl ? 11 " ! " of H' c A1 » n * A 'i' lia yestciduy will) a ilessrrt-brld'-e at i olm P tcr of Rctn Sigma Phi were cn- her homo, when inemljcrs of Ihc ' (c ' !t « 1 "" 1 «< ">= tome, of Mrs. J. D. Tuesday Bridge Club were gllPSlX. Seen nt Intervals about the room, In which the hostess ontortalned were arranfieincnls of rod gladioli. A dessert course was servrd and In tlic bridge games, top honors went (o Mrs. Moyit Stickrnon nnd second place to Mrs, Henderson. Installation Held By Rebekah Lodge Installation of officers of the Blythevllte Rebckah Lodge 18 wafi held Monday night at the Oddfel- lows Hall, when Mrs. Inland Hodge wns Installed as noble grand to replace Mrs. Don Aycock. Installing officers for the occasion were Mrs. c. S. Birmingham, deputy nnirshal, Mm. Hubert Polsgrove. district deputy president; Mrs. R. H. Areiisnielcr. deputy chaplain; Mrs. Ruby Prcsnell. deputy warden; nnd Mrs. Grace Gates, deputy Inside gunrdlnn.. Other officers who were installed were Mrs. 1. A Stanley vice grand; Mrs. O. S. Rolllson. chaplain; Mrs. Larson Crump, warden; Mrs. Odell Campbell, conductor; Mtt>, Fiinnie Shelton, color bearer; Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, secretary; Miss Ann Nance, treasurer; Mrs. Madge Wilson, financial secretary; Mrs. A. F. Dietrich, musical; Mrs. Mary Sue nesbarse, insicie guardian, Mrs. Grace Gates, onlflde guardian; and Mrs. Aiiclle Johnson, Miss Bonnie Webb, Mrs. EarL McGregor. Mrs. Mary Warren, Miss Ellen and Mrs. Haskcll Graham, supporters. npr '• Davis last night, when Mrs. Ernest Club has Party, Holds Election Mi-5. Lucius Lenctannlc wns hosl- c 5 last nlcbl nt hi'r home to members of the Y. M. nirtlutoy Club, when sili-st of honor wns Mrs. Preston Goff nnd nn election of officers wns held. A buffet supper wns served to the quests. Foi-minR Ihe centerpiece for the table, which wns ovorlnitl with n rose and bro\\n cloth wns n chocolate cnke with rose decoration and cnndle.s. Mrs. Goff was given n gift from the club. Ciiiosls for the occasion Included Mrs. Johnny Lcncicnnlo. Mrs. A. J. Smnrl. Mrs. Robert Mcllnifcy nnd Mrs. W. R. MUldlcton. The evening wns spent In a business discussion hnd elc-ctirn, nurt officers Included Mrs. Charley lltcks, preslrtent; "Mrs. E^slc Lcn- driniic, secretary and treasurer; nnd Mrs. I. M. Mclinffcy. reporter. CWF Holds Meeting At Christian Church Members of Ihe study group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met Monday with 18 present, when Mrs M. Fit ?.$ Li unions wns hostess. In the business session. It was announced that an evangelistic workshop will- be held Jan. 16-18 at the church: Mrs. W. D. Cobb gave a recipe for "Hnppy New Year." Mrs. John. McHaney. program leader, gave n preview of the future study, and Mrs Jnme.s Rainwater conducted a pronouncing bee. Mrs. DIM Hadcr gave "Ts Christianity Disrupted?" and the worship service. "Are You Awake?" was by Mrs. Sam Hanley. Mrs. George Barhnm led a prayer mid the members \vcre dismslscd by the missionary benediction. McKr-nxlc WHS co-hostess to the who attended. Miss Polly Stewart conducted the business In the absence of Mifi. Blake Polly. Reports were Riven on some of the yearly projects, including the ChrLstmris party given for Negro children, the organization of tiiR New Comers Club afid the Tqnl Dolt project, which are sponsored jointly with the Alpha Delta chapter of the sorority. Mis.-; Nancy Holland discussed Ihe origin and development of Jewelry, and later In the evening, party games were conducted and refreshments served. Coming Events Thursday Mrs. Kendal Berry is hostess with a l p.m. luncheon for members ot the executive board of ,the First Baptist WMU. Mrs. Rodney Banister entertains Thursday Contract Club. Mrs, Frank 1 Seay Is hostess to, members of the OEO Club. Heart Fund Benefit Card game Is to he played nt the Hotel Noble, with duplicate bridge with sections! rating, and party bridge and canasta, fll 8 p.m. Hurclellc PTA hns 2:30 p.m. meet- Ing at school with executive board meeting at 2 p m. Gleaners Class ol the First Baptist Church has meeting with Mrs. Floyd Rector nb 2121 Rose. Friday Mrs, George D. Pollock K hostess to members of the Friday Contract Club at 2 p.m. Pnst Matrons and Patrons Club HEW meeting nt Masonic Temple at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester nnri Mrs. T. J. Bailey hostesses. .> ' Saturday Storyhour at the City Library Is being heltl from 9 to ll a.m. coat wllh "abundant top In ta pored silhouette and sumptuous fabrics. suits are slim but feminine, introducing such fabrics as "worsted taffeta, chiffon-weight tweed and wool pio,ue. White is the big news for coals, In both nub h eel anf fleecy fabrics and smooth pique weaves. Claire McCnrdell, high priestess t' the "thrown-to^ethcr- look, shows imaginative use of colors nnd fabrics in the careless kind of dresses jthd suits beloved by her fans. The plc-eul neckline, the 'easy middle and the string-bean silhouette are highlights, along with her nightshirt coat antj gypsy colors. Carolyn Schnurcr tins come back from South Africa with a srric.s of "gold coast sun-and-p!ay fashions that. are colorful and bound for high ftivor with Ihc young-m- heart. Cell Chapman shows her usual collection;of hrcath-takltig evening go WHS, In tender colors and diaphanous fabrics, destined to make any wallflower into a belle of the ball. This season she acids some drapeij sheaths lo her preferred frothy bouffant skirls, puts straw embroidery on organdie anil presents the shepherdess silhouette in her more elaborate evening gowns. An all - over jewel - embroidered white jersey evening coat is a lilflh point of the collection, .shown over a draped white Jersey sheath. m&*-- Faults Will Strengthen With, Best Correct Them in Early Life Read Courier News Classified Ads, \\ 6ecutfso it's // ASPIRIN AT !TS BEST By Sue Burnett You'll be surprised at how quickly you can turn out this trimly tailored skirt. Just two ninin pattern pieces, and a yard of colorful fabric. and you've the nicest tiling ssirt, you'll find. Pattern No. 8868 is a sew-ritc perforated pattern in waist MZCS H. 25, 28, 28, 30, 32. Size 2.5, I jnrd Ot 54- inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, siz^ desired, and tlic PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6. 111. Ready for you now— Basic FASHION for '52, Fall niKl Winter. This new Issue is filled with' Ideas for smart, practical sewing for n new season; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25c. "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved In 3 out of 4 coiei ;„ doctor*' Icslil • Chances are you're putting up — unnecessarily— with the functionally caused pains, cramps and weak, -no good feelings of menstruation! For. In actual t«.ls by doctors, Lvdia Pmkhnms Compound brought c'oni- pfcJc or striking relief Irom .such distress in 3 out of 4 of the casesl Lydta Pinkham'sls modern tn itsartlonl Compound—or nev, i m'proi^ a C TRb\^ 13 the month—It dotMi'i give relict frlfm those turneries. Jiucrs-hrlu you Irp' belter beloit and during your pettodi Or—It you siintt Irom Junctionm "hot .ashes" ol "chjn e e of Mis •' fni o-tt hots :ontfcf/ur Pinkfiam's tj /or that, too.' [ It hu K qaklhie tKttl on i CMee ittaiUEh! paul WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY-FRIDAY 1 !).">:! Rdsc Howl Came tVENTFUNNIER THAN/The PALEFACE' i^JI\ .^ f- f f / Paramount News & Selected Slinrls! "Teachers Arc I'eonle" &• "Army's First' R1TZ GUESTS Sir. and .Mis. Paul Holland and family Mrs. ISiilh CiiiMTihcll Air. and Mrs. Hill Hrnliovsky and family ' Mr. and Mrs. Jas. K.'"Hosier SVEI) - THUHS Double Feature Wesleyan Guild ' Conducts Meeting Members of the We.sleynn Pervk? Oulld of the First Methodist, Church met nt the church at 8 p.m. Monday for their business program meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. Frank Ashby, nnd the program, "Sowing Seeds of Kindness," was presented by Mrs. Dan Bell. It \vas deckled that, members of the Guild will attend a study course which will be held In the training school from Jan. 12 to 16. ivlilcll b to be taught by Dr. Iv Elromlec. They nlso discussed plans for the president, Mrs. W. W. Peek, along wllh other officers of the gultd to attend the conference planning committee meeting »t nussellvllle Jan. 10. check (he following faults while you are still young for they all grow with age: Looking for the faults and weaknesses In others, Instead of their admirable qualities. Letting small 1 n c o n v enlences annoy and .unset you. Holding grudges Instead of putting past hurts and d i s appointments out of your mind Loving to talk but being unwilling to listen when Rlllh m ££ someone else Is doing the talking. Always putting your own convenience and comfort ahead of the convenience and comfort'of others. Letting lime narrow rather than broaden your Interests. Looking on the gloomy side of life so that you ; always expect the worst to happen. Being more Interested In the sad happenings of life than In the happy or funny incidents. Being afraid of the future. Being more Interested in security and keeping things BS they are than in trying to keep moving ahead even though that means taking a chance occasionally. Expecting gratitude for everything you do (or others, and being hurt when you (eel you haven't been appreciated as much as you thing you should be. Being afraid. Judging people by what they hive rather than by what they are. Being determined to always have MarriageLicenses The following couple has obtained n nmrrtngc license from the office of the County Clerk, Mrs. Eliznbeth Blylhe Pnrknr: Jimmy Grayer and Ruby Len Burnett, bolh of Blytlicville. Uli Illjthcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dick Grey. Huffman Clay Hartley, City Made Booth, Cooter , ,Walls Hospital Dismissed: " Mrs. Clifford Smith and City Dorothy Pipkin. City Sid Walker, city Mary Biiggs. Roberts, Mo. Jeanne Lovelace, Memphis. baby, the l«t word In any discussion, Having set opinions on everything. Bears. Vi. Trucks MISSOULA, Mont. UP) — What happens when a 500-pound brown bear' and a 10-ton truck collide? . Consolidated FrelghUvays Inc., saj-s | about J25.000 worth of damages- excluding the dead bear. The Consolidated Prelghtway truck met the hard-running bruin on what Is nominally human territory—U.S. Highway 10, about 15 miles east of here. The bear was knocked into some bushes along the highway wirere It soon died u-lille the truck and its van rolled Into a ditch and burned. The driver gained freedom by kicking his way out of the cab. Spring Lures Cure Seekers., MANILA «V-Thou««nd« H POT- soru seeking a cure-all (or rtrtotw ailments hove converged on a Philippine village Just north of Manila In Central Luzon lured by tht wit- ters of a spring. The sui-lnj was said to have beta discovered by a sick woman »ho dreamed the village's patron uint told her to look for the spring near a chapel and use the waters to port, the woman was cured four days after bathing in the witter. Doctors Often Prescribe This One Active Ingredient TO RELIEVE PAIN OF RHEltfMTISW Fast-acting C-2223 contain! sodium »1- icyiatc (o speed welcome comfort. Thousands use it whenever rheumatic, arthritic Of muscular pain "acts up"J Price of fitlt bottle back if not latlsfied. Get C-2223; Salesman Liked His Own Wares DALLAS WV-When- retiring tobacco salesman, J. Harper Brannon was a young man around the turn of the'century he \vas quite a tobacco .smoker. He could fimoke 18 cigars a day, inhaling all the time. He could smoke 78 cigarettes in a 12-hour- period. In addition he chewed tobacco, smoked a pipe and even dipped snuU. After 55 years in the business, the 76-year-oid Brannon Is quitting hopes to do some more traveling. He's already been to Europe 1G times. THE PROOF OF ITS.GOODNESS ARE ITS THOUSANDS OF REGULAR USERS AU VEGETABL1 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Times Converting to Natural Gas? Then visit your Catalog Sales Office Thurs., Fri., Sat. Jan. 8-9-10 See how you can,.. SAVE UP TO 10 PERCENT on complete HEATING SYSTEMS PLUMBING SYSTEMS 1 • FREE Estimating Service 9 FREE Engineering Service & Installation Arranged - " / Pay less Sears Catalog Way! 217 Main St., Blytheville, Ark. IOKI »«ra" • iwn men • noun eewtx ; _u,li»mn»fl«CI-6iJ8C!>x>UflMC>W«tnUS ! Also Cartoon 1 at Curing . . . Processing For Home Frcc/.crs and Lockers BLAYLOCK'S Paby Chicks — Custom Hatching — \yholesalc Eggs Highway SI No. Blythevllle Phone 3171 Forget Washday Drudgery, Send Us Your Laundry! LAUNDRY -CLEANERS POWER that Pur-r-r-s when the going gets tough i NEW FORD TRACTOR The reserve of power you want when the going suddenly gets tougher is here in this new Ford Tractor. Just take a look at its new Ford "Red Tiger" engine and you'll see why. You'll see a new 'overhead valve engine, with big bore and sliort stroke that cuts the travel of each piston approximately 5 miles in a working day, reducing friction and helping to make possible greater power with new economy of gas and oil. You'll see an engine with big, rotating exhaust valves, new • lightning-fast governor.and dozens of other example* of advanced engineering. Ignition' is completely weatherproofed. All oil is normally filtered every time around. The whole engine is extra strong, extra rigid as well as extra powerful. The more you know about tractor engines, the bigger kick you'll get out of looking over the one in the new Ford Tractor. The more you know^about tractors, the better you'll realize < that here is the most modern tractor on today's market. Come in today .. . look it overt Snow Tractor Co. 112 No. Franklin Thou* S9pl

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