The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1953 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 14, 1953
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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, 1053 BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Pat JIullins, Society Editor ewA Phone 4461. Mrs. Worth Holder Mrs. R. F. BrogcJon Luncheon Given For Provisional Members of Junior Auxiliary Mrs Jcrr> Cohen Mrs.-R. K. C.rttn Pour new provisional members of Blythevile Junior Auxiliary, Mrs Worth Holder, Mrs. li. p. Brosdon Mrs. Jerry Cohen, and .Mrs. R. E Oreen were honored yesterday with a luncheon at the Country Club by regular members. They were introduced to the group by Mrs. John Caudill, acting in the absence of Mrs. James Q. Guard, president, and heard a short welcome address by Mrs. Ed Tune. A winter theme, depicted by inin- iature snpw' scenes, was used in decorating the long tables at which the luncheon was seryed. An arrangement of ice-skating snowmen against a background of silver branches cetitcrd the head table at which officers'were seated. Similar figures were placed along frost- .ed silver, ribbons which ran the length ol the tables, while tiny Ice-skates ornamented silver favors marking the guests places. Mrs. Robert 'd. McHancy, assisted by Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., wns in charge of decorations and reservations. Following a program of orientation, the provisional members will take part in Tuxiliary child-care projects, one of which is assistance at .the Lange School for Exception- Osceolqn Weds In New Mexico OSQEOLA—Of Interest in Osceola is the announcement by Mrs. J. L. Ward of the marriage of her daughter. Mrs. Evelyn Warti Smith to Allan Kilter. The wcddin-r took place Dec. 25 in Las Cruces, N. M., whare hoth the bride and Broom reside. The ceremony tool: place in the presence of members of the families nnd cloEe friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Owaltncy. The bride, given in -marriage by her brother-in-law. Mr. Gwaltney wore a ballerina length afternoon dress in brown taffeta with accents •in apricot. Her corsage was a purple orchid. Mrs. Gwaltnej', sister of the bride was the bride's only attendant Mr' Gwaltncy served as the groom's best man. Follow in? tne ceremony a reception was held in the Gwaltney home where their daughter. Miss Evelyn Ward Gwaltney. presided at the refreshment table. Following the reception the couple left on their wcddintr trip to Albuquerque, N. M. They now live in Las Cruces, where Mr, Hitter is part owner of a drug sto al Children. Mrs. Holder, who was reared in Blythcville. is the former Wynette Shepherd, daughter of Mrs Otis Shepherd and the late Mr. 'shepherd. Following several years at Mississippi state College for Women, Mrs, Holder received her BA at Louisiana State University With their twins. Martha and Margaret 4, r.nd David, 8, the Holders live at 127 East Kentucky. Another Blytheville resident is Mrs. B. P. Brbg'don, the former Miss Frances McHaney. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John c. McHaney she received her schooling at Arkansas State. The Brogdon family, with Bennie, 8. and Alice, 5 lives' at 1112 West Hcarn. Mrs. Jerry Cohen, the daughter ot Dr. and Mrs. Morris Horowitz of New London, Conn., attended Larson Junior College nl New' Haven. Conn., and Columbia University School of Dental and oral Surgery before her marriage. The Cohens live at 1500 Hearn. Mr nnri Mis. R. E. Green have recently moved to Blytheville from Forrest City with dawhtcr. i^r,,,, 1. The former.. Elva Lois Garrison Mrs. Green attended Hcndrix College. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WED.-THURS. THIS WOMAN BS DANGEROUS' Joan Craivfurd Dennis Morgan FRIIDAY » "LINDA BE GOOD" Marie Wilson John Hubbard fclyse Knox Forget Washday Drudgery, Send Us Your Laundry! LAUNDRY. CLEANERS Mrs. C. W. Patton Is Complimented With Shower Here Beginning a series of bridal events for Mrs. Clyde W. Patton, recen bride, ivas a miscellaneous shower given last night at the Rustic Inn Mrs. Patton is the former Miss LeU Rose Castlio, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Garth Castlio, and was married in late December. * Hostesses for the occasion, which was attended by more thaii" 30 guests were Miss Billie Jane Rogeis, Miss Marian Mayes, Mrs Billv Joe Oean, Mrs. Wayne Dill, and Mrs. Ann On- Howard. Mrs. Patton was accompanied bj her mother, Mrs. Castlio', and hei grandmother, Mrs. Cora ileliza who were special guests Centering the yift table was a w oblong arrangement of white immature chrysanthemums, the center of whicli was decorated with - bridal veil replica. Individual tables were decorated with small pink umbrellas, and napkins were inscribed with "Leta NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 WED.-THURS. "WALK EAST ON BEACON' 7 George Murphy Virginia Gilmorc FRIDAY, . . LAST OUTPOST Ronald Reagan Rhonda Fleming MOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sal. Sun 1:00 Alwayi a Double Feature LAST TIMES TON ITU 2 FEATURES GAffWNlM and Clyde." After a dessert course was served party games were played with prizes being awarded to Mrs. J L West For the occasion, (lie honoree was dressed in a Paul Silks oriK- inal in American Beauty crepe lea turiivg-n draped skirt. Her acces- sonra were in black, and she „•« given a cors aB c of white carnations, a gift of the hostesses. THUKS-FRI 2 HITS 'V? MMBfilj . x U CEOKOE EREN1 M»»OUtmiE CHAPMAN DIANA DOli A lipp.rt Pkh;tti ri«<m»tion Cartoon and Comedy Winter Outdoor Sports Provides Good Companionship and Beauty AP Newsl«»lurei Romance Is as easy to come by In winter as In spring. And to Impress a young swain doestit need to be smoocli-by-llie- fire cooing. Plain old»uuuioor sport and real goad companionship nature's color palette for a r paee for a rea beauty tint, is the answer to ivln- lertime glamor. A. ted-btocdert young man who enjoys Die outdoors will not frown on female companionship. In warmer cllmales the combination of sea and sunshine encourages outdoor play. And if one s lucky enough to be on a cruise there are games that can be played on deck to give Susie and Joe a reason to get together. Colder climates offer even more cnance (or romantic get-tc-gcthers however. So there Is no reason to hibernate at home. . Take skiing or skating, for instance. There Is 'no happier blending of spirits perhaps than that which takes place when two people pause for a. respite when enjoying the blades or the boards. A snack ot lunch, and a cup of hot cocoa at a pot-bellied stove at the scene of a winter playground Is an exhilarating experience, offering more genuine inducement to Don Cupid than a parlor sofa. 'Even If you »rt the hot-liouse l.vpe, don't (urn down a hid to outdoor sport. The boy will ailmire you lor (ryinr. and doesn't expect you to he a whl at "r| 6 ure eight As a matter . a maer ol fact his fre.lest pleasure will tie showing; you how to enjoy the sport. If you've never been skillng or skating, don't invest in a lot of fancy clothes, and equipment until you've tried out the sport. Borrow equipment for the first time out Besides the saving Involved, you wili Read Courier News Clawifiwi AH !?° l , ** nearl - v ' s ° conspicuous as a . s Cla5 ^™ Ads, beginner wearing old cjothes: If you are timid about attempt- Ins a new sport cionf be alarmed. When you set skis on your feet your activity will |, C so limited at first that (here is little chance to lake a serious fall, if yo , ; , Mr|) , walk on them the first day, that exercise will suffice and the" lew tumbles you lake, after you learn how to fall properly, shouldn't leave anything more than a minor bruise It you (to manage to climb a tiny slope, the spin n-i.ici, ,„ f(J , |ow shouldn't leave any other mark but soreness. Skating might scan frightening at first, and you may fed „ certain amount of chagrin at being so awkward on the blades. But If your young man offers to support yon by linking his r ,r,n m yours don't consider that you look silly or will drag him down. Co along with the idea and have Inn. Unless your date is II,c biy or strictly studious Ijpe, ,-„„ s | 10 iil<| b c able to entice liliu outilonrs, even It you can't e ct to a ski hill or an Ice iionii. Chopping wood is a wonderful and Invigorating exercise znil many a man has popped the question over a crosscut Silw. Besides the fun and the companionship involved in outdoor fun. It can put a twinkle iti your eye like no bottled eye wnsh. Add to that rosy complexion and red lips mid you have nn unbeatable combination for romance. Wind and cold may chap the skin however, so it is a good idea to wear mittens to keep the hands protected, and to rub some lotion over the face to protect your jkln from the elements. There are excellent and Inexpensive lotions and creams which can be rubbed on the skin before you go outdoors. Carry a little purse container of the lo'llon in the puree so that the face can bc patted again and again during the day. If you don't , wear lipstick. Coming Events Thursday Mi's. Russell Rhile.s is hostess at, 7 p.m. to C. and N. Birthday Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertains Thursday Club, Thursday Contract Club entertained by Mrs. Edgar Borum Mrs. Randall Hawks is hostc&s to members ot the GEO CJub, Frlrtaj Mississippi county Council of TA s has meeting at Kclser School which does offer reasonable protection to the lips, use one of the little sticks of protective Up pomade at frequent intervals during the day to ward oft chapped and cracked lips. at 9:30 am. Ladles Bible Class has 2:30 p.m. meeting at. First Methodist Church for business and social. Hostesses are Mrs. W. H. Heath, Mrs. N w Kyle Mrs. Joe Scruggs, Mrs. sally HuMer and Mrs. J. L. Lewis. Chapter "*r of PEO has 1 p m luncheon with Mrs. w. L. Horner Mr. and Mrs. nusscll C. Farr are hosts for a 7:30 p.m. business meeting of Club 28. Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr entertains members of Friday Contract Club. 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