The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 17, 1953
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PACK TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Mullins, Society' Editor f Phone 4461 Recent Bride Has Party pt Del I Mrs. Harold Ncwcomb, the former miss Sally Tnte, was honored by four vomen at tho Dell Home Economics cottage Thursday evening. Mrs. S. T, Freeman. Mrs. 8am Simmons, Mrs. Ed Hardtn, and Mrs. Udell New com complimented the recent bridle. More than 30 guests attended the miscellaneous shower, with guesls from Holland Blythovllle, Manila, find Dell. The bride, who wore a suit ol grsen faille was given a corsage of yellow rosebuds. Mrs! Floyd Tate, mother of the bride, and Mrs, C. E, Ncwcomb, mother of the groom were special guests, and were given corsages of red carnations by the hostesses. Overlaying the refreshment table was n white satin cloth, which was centered with a low crystal bowl of mixed spring blossoms and was flanked with crystal can- dleJabra, holding white (npers, Individual cakes were ariornec with sugared wedding bells nnc served with punch. Napkins were Inscribed "Sally and Harold." Gosnell Honor Roll Released Qosnell High School's Honor Roll . for the past six weeks, bearing the names of 35 students, was released today by Floyd E. Irby, principal. Students of. distinction, maln- tainlrig highest grades In each class, Include Mary Alice Needham, seventh grade: Jean Howard, eighth grade; Roy Lynn Via, nlnlh grade; Doiielas Watklns, tenth grade; Barbara Potter, eleventh grade, and Geneva Lcc. twelfth grade. Other students include: seniors . —Jeanie Lucius, Gay Helen McMillan, Prances Gotten, Hilda Lee, .Marlerie Donner, and Charles willl- ford. ' Juniors—Louise Smith, Donald Hyde, Earnest Allen, Mary Pale, »nd Roy Lee McKay. Sophomore—Sammy West. X Freshmen—Wanda Whittle and Barbara Bcvlll. ' Eighth Grade—Carl Warren, Billy Joe Sellers and LeRoy Pearson. Seventh Grade—Ronnie Mc- Oaughey, William Bell, Huey stl- gali, Bruce Hart, Donnle Wright' Bufard Brncltin. Jerry Burnett, Larry Sanford, Jqmne Poff, Laverne , Stark, Betty PoH and Peggy Meatte. Bible Class Has Monthly Meeting Fifteen members of the Ladies Bible Class of the First Mclhodist Church gathered at the church yesterday for their monthly business program, and soclnl meeting, with one guest. Mrs. B. F. Gay . Mrs. N. W. Kyle gave the devotional from Psalm, and follow- Ing group Blnglng. Mrs. .H. G. Hai«y gave a prayer. Mrs. W I Denton wa i In charge of (he bus- .iness meellng, in which reports were .given and Projects discuss- id, Mrs. Oay gave the closing prayer, and In the social hour.conduct- ed later, a Bible quiz was held. Cake and coffee were served by the hostesses, Mrs. w. H. Heath Mrs. Kyle, Mrs. Joe Scruggs, Mrs. Sally Hubler, and Mrs. J. L. Lewis. La Finesse Club Is Entertained Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., entertained -yesterday with a dessert bridge for members of the La Finesse Club and guests at h e r home. Guests included Mrs. Grady Magee, Mrs. William S. Radcr and Mrs. Everett Oslin of Little Rock, „ .. UJse ,, JU3 ,, who Is a houseguest of Mr. and of Walcheron Mrs. C. L. Bennett. Bridge games played during the afternoon were won by Mrs. W. M. Jonlz, Mrs. Rader, and Mrs. Olln , ively. Former Resident Weds In Hernando Mrs. H. W. Ratsdale Now making their home In Memphis are Mr. and Mrs. Harold W Ragsilale who wero married Jan. 2 at Hcrnando, Miis., In a single- ring ceremony by the Rev. M. C. Whltlen, pastor of the naptist Church, at the parsonage. Mrs. Ragsdalc U the former Miss fwymonctte Steward of Memphis formerly of Armorel, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C, p. steward of Armorel. The groom's parent.? ore Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Ragsdale of Elgin, 111. Attending the couple were Mrs Raymond Rcesch and B. j. Paschal, both of Memphis and cousins of the groom. The bride and her attendant were dressed for the occasion In white. Mrs. Dngsdale Is einployed by .Freeman Truck Line of Memphis and Oxford, Miss., and Mr. Ragsdale Is a Naval photographer. They are at .home at 210 Lewis street. Guest Meets With Club Here Mrs. Bancroft Terry p J a y e d bridge yesterday as a guest of Mrs. GeorRC D. Pollock, Jr.. when she entertained members ol the 1 Friday Contract Club at her home. Airs. Pollock used pink gladioli to decorate the rooms in which she entertained. In the afternoon's bridge game, Mrs. Doyle Henderson took top honors, with second place going to Mrs. Loy Welch. IlcfrcshmejiU were served by >T* ucircsnments were served by • : y-'S.\ tlm hostess during the afternoon. Stitch and Chatter Club Holds Meeting Ten members of the Sdtch and Chatter Club met at (he home of Mrs. Leon Davis last night at the Air Base for a semi-monthly meeting. Party Barnes and sowing provided the evening's entertainment. A dessert course was served following the activities, with the assist- PEO Chapter Has Luncheon Mrs. W. L, Horner was hostess and Mrs. Elton Kirby was co-hostess to members of Chapter "N" of PEO yesterday with' a buffet luncheon at the Horner'home. / While gladioli formed the cen- lerplccc which was on the dining room table, overlaid In white Smaller tables, at. which guests' sat, were also' done . In white. ; -. Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., presided during the'business session 1 Mrs. Rlley B. Jones. Mrs. E. j! Cure, nnd Mrs. Klrby gave a skit commemorating the 89th birthday of PEO. ; Flat Lake HD Club Has Social Meeting A monthly business and social meeting was held Thursday for members of the plat Lake Home Demonstration Club, when 12 members attended, with one guest, Mrs. Gertrude Hollman. Eye-openers were given by Mrs. Essie Davis and Mrs. tllanche. Mrs. O. M. Abbott presided over the business session. Winners Class Is Entertained Here .Mrs. Roland Davis was hosteas to members of the Winner's Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church.Thursday evening for their monthly social, when IS attended. Mrs. Melvin Christian gave a devotional and Paul Burks, a prayer. The evening was spent in playing games. Refreshment were served. Mighty Music Maker A huge music box on the island Holland plays classical selections -from Mozart on the half-hour, and Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" on the hour. first 'crpnnri'"^"Vij" "'"" """' Twent >'-' ive hundred musical com- Ivcly. B °' respect - Wnatlo-ns are possible on the huge cylindrical keyboard. for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M , ance of Mrs. Violet Thomas. Greenery formed Die (loral arrangements Mrs. Davis used. Bits of News ntoAUtf Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Brownson are still in Dubuque, la., where they were called last week by the Illness of Ills sister, Miss Mary Brownson, of 937 Locust St., Dubuque. Miss Brownson remains In a. critical condition. Miss Betty Smith will be In Wll- .v?n today to visit Mrs. John Elslander for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roo and family will have as their week end guest Miss Judy Kidd of Memphis, Miss Sophie Meyers returned last night'to her home in Memphis after Mrs. '. Bernard visiting Mr, and Gooch here. Miss June Veach. "student at Memphis State College, arrived Home last night to be the week end guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Rayclo Veach. Mrs. Evarett Oslin of Little flock is (he houscgucst of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bennett. Pfc. Billy Edwards will leave Monday for Oceanslde, Calif., where he,.Is stationed with the Marines, after a week's visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. S. Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. George Nonnan of Jasper, Incl., arrived today to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Borum. Dr. Norman is Mrs. Borum's cousin. No New Year's Resolutions Made, It Isn't Too Late to Begin Now The woman who didn't find 1052 as happy as it might have been One. To set tip at least one Important goal for 1953. Life cnn't DO if you're toward you really want. But . there \fi a mark- Ing - lime feeling you aren't strlv- -* j Ing for anything. Ruth Mlllett T WO. To strengthen old friendship.'! and make new ones, .without good friends life can be lonely. Three. To keep on learning ai\d growing as a person. The "good years" are the years when olie knows he has grown and matured and achieved, : .Four, i'o refuse to harbor grudges or nurse hurls, Any year can be ruined if unhnppinces is magnified by,'constant Inspection. -Forget the. disappointments and concentrate on the things you have for which you are truly thankful. Five. To do routine things Just n little better than yon did them last year. There Is a great dcnl of satisfaction in figuring out ways of Improving any kind of Job. Six. To he a friendlier, more outgoing pcrscm._ There is a lot of haplpness had from the most casual and fleeting meetings with others if you make tho effort to treat each person a? n human lining .^ b .^., worthy of your best smiles and most place. gracious manner. Seven. To keep one jump ahead of cuts down on frustration. Eight. To plan for fun. All work and responsibility Is more likely to make you resentful than to make you happy. Nine. To be thankful you have the health and strength to meet yoin- responsiblltlies. instead of resenting the fact that you are carry- Ing n henvy load. Ten. To look on 1953 as a year handed to you to do with ns you like. It's yours .Make the most of It. -.Jn Blylhcvillc Dismissed: Mrs. Sam Mackre. .city. Jack Emery, city. •Bill Hnrdln, city. Willie Taylor, Manila. •'; Walls Hospital ' ; Dismlss6d: v Mrs. Cj. C. Hawks, city. Mrs. John Wisdom, city. Mrs, Mnlcom Hovis. city. Mrs. Pearl Jenkins, city. Mrs. Theodore Oallin, cily. Changed State Flower Tbe passion flower, selected by vote of school children, was the official state flower of Tennessee from 1019 to 1033. when the state legislature adopted the iris in Us SATURDAY Double Feature BROWN -; ,i,7i9Ul SERIAL: Son of Gcroriimo & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Mr. 880 is back... 881 times phonier! ,f* for th e " * |W « VICTOR MATURE I PATRICIA NEAL EDMUND GWENN Paramount News & Shorls: "Snow Frolic" & Hanbiis Kin" SATURDAY, JAN: 17, 195S Season/ess Wools Are Knit By OAII.E DUGAS NFA Woman's Editor NEW YORK — (NBA) — Keep- Ing pace win other fabric developments, wool has shed Us traditional uses and come into far wider fashion acceptance. Within recent seasons we've come to see wool as a fabric to bb worn any time of the year. > Wool can be as light and airy as silk chiffon or as thick and curiy as fur. Its' cut into dinner and evening dresses, sunclothes, swim suits, evening blouses imd sweaters, leisure fashions. It goes Into a suitcase for the winter vacation in the sun and stays at home to brave the winter storms. It makes knit fashions of great beauty, fashions that will not droop, sag or stretch in the lamentable manner of the old knit sull. Almost any woman can wear the new knit suits and dresses and look good in them. These changes In wool have j proved a boon to the wardrobe of every American woman, whethor she spends a little or a lot for her clothes, whether she buys few fashions or many. . We show a wool twosome (above) that knows no season. Blouse is in a feather-light wool yarn that's closely knit for a lacey look. The bodice has a generous sprinkling of minute rhtnestones. It's worn with au all- around mushroom pleased skirt In blark .wool. Woman Blames Weather on TV CHICAGO W— A Wisconsin woman who blames the presence of nearby television aerials for recent heavy rains and sncras which poured too much moisture on her compliance with the requirements of Act 403 of 1951 and o! Amendment 40 to trie ConsiituUon of the Slate of Arkansas, have prepared approved, and htreoy make public the proposed b-JdeEt of ex-j«nditures together with the tax rile &3 follows; • General Centre! stiScO; Insiruc- tion S333.3SO; Operation of School — ----- ..... ".~v...,_ *,.. ^i on .; perat crocus plants doesn't have the sup- ! Buildings s-n 7S7- Miir^-a-ce port of Admiral Corp. electronics i school "plant 'and Srjiraeni 5 engineers. , m . j^ijary igenciW .and-j They say the weather has Had I !rarjroiiai!oa) SIJ.QOO; Filed its en-actic swings although the i Chams S7JCO; Capkii oAlar «- «rr<m-»Vi nf Til ^~* I,.... r_i_... _!-__,.. JJQ-,. JJ5J.1 SjjTjjg H'.GS. To provide fc.7 t^ir fcr£-iC^z proposed fc\icrs Boszd growth of "TV has been fairly steady in most sections 6t the country, Chicago had its heaviest snowfall on record last winter and unusual rains last -spring but the summer ..^.fallwe^drv,,the Turner, say. PORPOSED BUDGET OF EXPENDITURES TOO ETHER WITH T,1X LEVY FOR FISCJL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 1054 TO AND INCLUDING JUNE 30, 1055 The Board of Directors of Bly- thevilte School District No. * Mississippi County, Arkansas. pnrc-pses l€Ty o, .£>_. mils. Tins tut Coming Events Monday Altar Society or (lie Immaculate Conception church his 2:30 iun. meeting at the «chooJ h»ll lor In- itallatlon of new officer*. Women of the First Presbyterian Church have general meeting at 3:30 p.m. at the church, when guest speaker will be Mrs, Thomas Husk missionary. Mn. Joe Beasley and Mrs, A. 8, Harrison are hostesses. Executive board of Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church has 1:30 p.m. meeting at church followed by husiness meeting, with Mrs, R. L. Deciman as hostess and Mrs. Eric Whitley as worship leader. Members of circles One and .Two of Women's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist Church has 1 p.m. covered dish luncheon followed by 2 p.m. Royal Service and business meeting. Members of the Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meet with Mrs. Launa Everett at 3*51 Lily at 7:30 p.m. Seven circles of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church have meetings ns follows: Circle 'One with Mrs. M. J. Koehler. 1020 West Main, with Mrs. W. S. Johnston as co- hostess; circle Two with Mrs. John Lane, 610 Pecan, with Mrs. C. A. Nelson ns co-hostess; Circle Three with Mrs. Weldon Rnlnwaler, 1901 Hearn; Circle Four with Mrs. Welch Foster, South -Highway 61; Circle Five with Mrs. O. E. Kmiclsen, 2013 For Your Valentine Hc-arn; Circle Six with Mrs. J. E. makes ideal giftfi for your - valentine Stevenson. 321 Madison, with Mrs. The popular cobbler style with ita John Caudill as co-hostess; and roomy pockets in contrast; the Circle Seven with • Mrs, Drownlee, 2317 Kemvood Ralph Drive, with Mrs. C. L. Kelly as co-host ess. , , ., , „ iwiiiieu pauern m sizes 34, 36 38. Members of the Women S Society 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36, 2 Hi yard* ? £ J? 1 Bn « el ' V '£ e °l LSke Bl *?* of 39 - |nch : Craps'for trim Methodist Church have weMtlv _ .. *• Methodist meeting. KrHaT^^rit! =• --" -ia IHary of First Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Dolly HIett Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church has weekly meeting. _-. to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 315 Quincy St., Chl- Members of the Woman's Auxll- cago 6 III iary of St. Stephen's Episcopal ° j ,' ' a Church meet with Mrs. O. O Hard- T ,f Meardj ' *™ y °", n™;-Bas,c ™SH- i away at the Parrish Hn,, 5P ION.Tor - 0 2, Pall and Winter. Thb , • « away at the Parrish House. Tuesday Alpha Chapter of Beta Slg- smart ' Practical sewing for a new ma Phi has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Roland Bishop with Miss Connie Parker as co-hostess. Members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club are being entertained by Mrs! Worth Holder. • Mrs. J. P. Montandon has La Petite Club meeting. . Tuesday Bridge Club meets \fith Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Country club Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly game. . American' Legion Auxiliary has in- .{semi-monthly meeting Wednesday of^-nSiHjc^&r res±re=ai-. a>! MISS .vera Goodrich entertains I members of the CIB Club. Given tnis itjij 6zi at 1S33. Beard o' Dir=ctsr=. BlytheTill^ Schcci Din No. 5 oi Mrs. G.- O. Poetz has Club Eight, meeting at her home. Town and Country 'Club meets •vith Mrs. R. G. Rose. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. TLE Club meets with Mrs. J. F. season; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25c. Scrnpe. Mrs. - Jnmes Rogers entertains members of the GEO Club. Mrs. Edgar Borum is hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Club, La Nueve Club is'being enter- Sained by Mrs. Clarence Webb. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham is hostes* to members of the MId-Week Club Frictay Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker is hostess to members of the Friday Contrct Club. • ' " ; Mrs. Grady Magee is entertaining members of the La rinesse Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. T. I. Seay. RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cummings and family Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wootlard, Dell, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. E. \V. Nolan, Dell, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. \\'. Hooker TELEVISION CE>tTEP.- Stucco Dung. I blJc. Holl/dL A Vine. Meal for office. (xuin*sj _ A<!j. to NBC. CBS ITS month. Mr. DeSure. H1-U15 BEAUT. 2ND Ft. OFFICES ON HOLLY-D BLVD * IN HUNT NGTON PARK. REAS RENT inersp Bot W yr. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID in Technicolor with TS- THER WILLIAMS AND VICTOR MATURE THE IRON M1STESS in Technicolor with Alan Ladd and Virginia Mayo ROAD TO BALI In Technicolor with ROB HOPE BING CROSBY, DOROTHY LAMOUR RUBY GENTRY with Jennifer".Tones and Charlton Hesion Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear tamt day, AM classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS *>? Sue Burnett Two pretty apron styles that art-shaped bib apron for kitchen hostess duties. Pattern No. 8863 is a sew-rite per- porated pattern In sizes 34, 36 39, Pattern No. 8784 Is a sew-rite perorated pattern in sizes 14 16, 18, 20; ird of 39-inch; 1% yards trimming". For these patterns, send 30c forj EACH, In COINS, your name, ad-J dress, sizes desired, and the PAT- new issue is filled with ideas for Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39e At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature SERIAL,: Phantom Empire Also CHrtoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature

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