The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER/NEWS •MONDAY, JAW. ' ociety, Pat Mulling, Society Editor / Phone <j'!Gl Birthday Party Given in Home Honoring Sharon Burgess on her fourth birthday, her mother, Mrs. Wlnford Burgess was hostess to H o( her friends with a party at their home Saturday. In the afternoon's party games, prtw« were awarded to Linda and David Sharp, and David Beasley. Mrs. Burgess was assisted In serving ice creain and birthday cake by Judy Michael. Mrs. Edward Edlngs and Mrs. Leon Dunn. Balloons and other brightly colored favors were given to the children. Duplicate League Plays Bridge Here Mri. Oeorgt Wlggs and O. O. HardaVay won (op honors Satur- diy afternoon at Hotel Noble, when members of Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League played. Second place winners of the four- t»ble Kowell movement Included Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn' and Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls. The "March of Dimes" benefit inms will be played Jan. 29. H was also announced that next Saturday's event will be a masterpolnt game. Baptist Classes Meet For Monthly Social Member* of the Intermediate and Young People's classes of Cole Ridge Baptist Church met Friday even Jng at the home of Mr. and Mrs Curtis Loveless for a monthly social, with their sponsors, Mr. Loyc• less, und John M. Duncan. Thirteen members and four guests Mrs. D. W. Young, Mrs. .John Dmi- ean, nnd the Rev. and Mrs- Oscar - Patterson, attended. Music was furnished by the Young Trio and Cole Ridge Quartette (luring the evening. Birthday Club Has Party for Member Mrs. Russell niales was hostess at her home Thursday afternoon, when members of the C. and N. Blrthrlaj Club : gathered lo honor Mi-6. Harry Lutes. Mrs. Hugh Wheat was a guest 01 the group. Following dinner, party gamu were conducted by the hos- Tops In Junior Separates 8919 L11.20 By Sue Burnett Airs. J, I* Soden Blytheville Girl Wed' in Hernando The announcement Is being made torlay by Mr.s. Edna Drane of Blytheville of the marrlnge of her daughter, Mrs. Fnyq Anderson, to Airman Second Class James L. Soden of Chicago, Ml., now stationed In Memphis. The single ring ceremony was performed Saturday In Hernando, Miss. The couple will home In Memphis. make lliclr LUKORA NEWS By MRS, G. C. DRIVER Bits of News (ojtfu Mrs. Larry Henrn left by train 'Ylday evening for Milton, Fla., to oln her husband, Airman Hearn. While here, she has mode her ionic with her purents, Mr. ntui rfns. H. P. Ll.sUni. Dr. P. \j. Husband is confined its home with fin, Ills tomtit ion reported s fit Is factory. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson ami n^'hlers, Jonn and Sara, of Mems, were tjucsts S;iUirtlny of Mrs Jolinsdn's mother, Mrs. Josephine Fisher, who accompanied them iioine tor several days visit. Miss Jcs.se Srl(c ami Mrs. Eunice Young are in Dalla^, Tex,, for several <lnys OH busings. Ml.ss Annelln Humphreys, ilEm tcr of Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Humphreys and n student at University of Arkansas, Faycllevlllp, has beei chosen secretary of the Delia Delta Delta sorority, Mr. and-Mrs. Claude Khincy returned home nftcr two weeks visi with Mrs. Klhney's son, E. D, Lam- Ixirt, Mrs. Lamlwft and family Greenville, . Miss, » Tommy Dowdy underwent surgery at "the Baptist Hospital 1; Memphis Saturday. His conditioi Is reported saMsffictory. The son o Mr. and Mrs. C. S, J3owdy, Tomin> Js in Koom 530. Mr, and Mrs. John H. Lane an nounce the birth of their fourtl child Jan. 11 at WfUls Hospital. Tin baby, who has been unmctl Marcl Jane, lias a sister, Patricia, 5. run two brothers, Johnny."3, and Ken ny, 2. Fifty eight members 'and w were present at the Luxorn P. T A.'s monthly meeting In the schoo calolerla Wednesday. The program consisted of a pimel discussion 1 or "Our • School," concluoterf by room representatives of the twelve grades A film on; children's, emotions '--shown by Mrs. Rnympnil Pnte the school Homo Economics Department^ Hoom attendance prizes were won by Mt.ss Hntstcncffi firs grade and Mr. Driver's senior class Mr. and Mis. Russell Bowen'en- tcrtained members, of their Can- nsta Club with n dinner.party Saturday night nt I heir .home. In the games following; Mrs. G, G. Driver nntl A. n. Rozelle were awarded •high score prizes. .The L.uxora Dancing Club held Its monthly social meeting In the Hotel Noble Blue Room at lily- theyUie Friday night, .Hostesses for the" affair were Mr^ and Mrs. OhnrScs Howtutl, Mr. and Mrs. Leser Stevens, and Mr. and Mrs. Hay (live. Midnight refreshments were cryect those there after an event; of dancing. Mr. nnd Airs. E. E. .Tucker were econt hosts to their son,'Airman Irnmy 'Dicker of Maxwell Field, Ma,, nnd his houKoguest, Miss Vlr- hila Turner of MuWlo. Mr. and Mrs. G. A .George, Jr., nd family returned home last week rom a three-week' visit with rela- ives In -Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennc'&sciii Leonard Ellison returned home nst week from Campbell's Clinic In Memphis, where he hns been con- flned by injuries snitemi In an iccident two weeks ago. Miss Marilyn Owen, until rc- ;ently a member of the Lc Bonheur Hospital's nursing staff, left ftst week for an extended visit vUh her-sister, Mrs. Tom Bosncll and family in Tate, Georgia, Mr. - and Mrs. William Johnson \nd Mrs.'W. J. Lnync attended the Arkansas State Teachers College iraclufttion exercises m"~ Con way Sunday. Mrs. Lnytie's dmighter, Wiltna. received her* baccalaureate egree In Home Economics, in the exercises. The Rev, ami Mrs. A. L. Bishop of Henderson, Tcun.. were weekend hou.segitests of Mrs. T. F, Hullson. The Rev. Mr. Bishop filler he First Baptist Church pulpit for Sunday services. Cotillion'Club Is Entertained A Mexican tiietne \vas used to ticc orntc tlie Mirror nuoni of Hotel No lile Saturday uigtit when member of tlid Cotillion Club were enter Inlnccl. >fosfs nnrl hosteft~es for tlic affal were Mr. nm! Mrs. Oscnr Fondle Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter' Dny, Mr. nil Mrs. Jnmp'i o. bimrd, Mr. and M B. B. Goodman and Mr .and Mrs Mctvln Kalsell. Large strnw Mexican hats, dbl! drct^scd In Mextcnn costume brightly colored tnljle cloths, ar Mexican foods helped carry out th hctne plnimcd for the evening entertainment. Following an evening of dancini ntdnight rcfreKhinenfs were serve* Here's a wonderful combination for n winter vacation — or ns steady companion when warmer \vpalher comes. A youthful bare-arm ilress topped \vith a smart cuffed jacket. Pattern Nn. E9I9 is a sew-rlte pcr- for.-'.scl pattern tn sizvs 11, 12, 13 U, 16, ia. 2fl. Size 12, dress, 3'i yards of 39-inch; jacket, I 1 ;' yards. For this patlern, send 30c h COINS, your name, addre.-?. > ; zy desired, ami tlie PATTERN NUM3ER to Sue Burnett, 375 Quincy St., Chi 'cago 6, PI. Don't miss the new Basic FASH ION for '53, spring and summer It's a complete spring sewing guide to smart, practical \vardiobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 23 cents. BE QUICK To Treat BRONCHITIS Chronic bronchflii may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acuie hronchiiis is not Ucalcd and you cannot afToiJ lo tale a chance v-iih any medicine less polenl than CrcomuUion which pots into the bronchial system to hc'p loosen and expel g<rm laden phlegm and atd nauirc to sboihe anJ hea5 raw Under, inflamed, bronchial membranes Creomulsion bUndj beechwoot creosote by special process with othei lime tested medicines for coughs, [i contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicine* you have tried, Cieomulsion is guarantees 10 please you Or druggist rounds money, Crcomtilsion haj iiooJ the U»t ol nuoy millions of use«. (Adv.) s t • • -*• . Marriage License. Tlie following couples hnve ol nlnecl .marriage licenses from 11 office pfc 41ie county clerk, -Mi Elfeabeflvj'Blj.thc Pnrkcr: N. Wilson. Riplcy, Tcni nnd Llllle Mae Conlcy, Luxorn; O ciir*'. Hutchison nnd Snllle Klmc rilyllicvllle; Lee Lackctt nmt Lett Mac Lowe'ry, Blytheville; - W. nnd SiOlie SknEgs, Mntill Read Courier News Climslfled At Leg Care Important m Winter For Sun, Storm, and Co/d Mrs. Klmer Ryals Vilson Man Weds n Arkadelphia W1I.SON—Miss Fay Nell Blister slighter of Mr. and Mrs. L. N inster of Arkadctphla became the ride of Elmer Ryals, son of Mr nd Mrs. J. E. Ryals of Wilson s'ov. 14 at the Church of Christ, h rkadelphEa.' The Rev, C. C. Jones fflclated. The bride was graduated from irkadclphla High School and is a tuilcnt at Henderson State Col- ege. Mr. Ryals was graduated from Vilson High School and attended Otmchlta College prior to enlist- ng in the Army, He is serving with ho 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Iragg, S. C. He Is a corporal. Coming Events - j Monday Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m. necting at Hotel Noble with Mrs. Q, O. Hardaway as hostess. Members' of the Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist' Church meet with Mrs. Launa Everett nt 3454 Lily at 7:30 p.m. Miss Millie Mallory entertains Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary' o( First BfipLIsb Church at 7 p.m. Tuesday Junior High Parent-Teachers Association meets at school at 3 p.m. preceded, by board meeting at 2:3C p.m. . • Girl Scout Lone Troup Association has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Little House at Walter Park. Alpha 'Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 pjn. meeting at the home of Mrs. Roland Bishop with Miss Connie Parker as co-hostess. Members of the TrI-Town Bridge Ol ill) are, being entertained by Mrs' Worth Holder. Mrs. J. P. Montandon has'La Petite Club meeting. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Riley.B. Jones.;, Country "rciub Duplicate Bridgp League plays weekly game.- American legion Auxiliary has semi-monthly meeting. • Wednesday Miss" Vera -Goodrich " enteKnlris members of the GIB Club. Mrs. G. O. PocU has Club Eight meeting at her home. Town, and Country Club meets with Mrs. R. C.. Rose. Thursday Mrs. Ajibrey Conv.ay entertains members of the Mid-Week Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. TLE Club meets with Mrs, J. F. B)- HRTTY CLARKE . \f Ncuifealurta Hrauly Eililor Leg*' are a riinjor winter beauty iroblem. Outdoor cpld—bitliig winds, snow and rain—and Indoor heat are like- y to roughen, dryland chap the skin, particularly the legs. A good grooming routine performed ' regu- larjy should help keep legs'smooth !n their silken or nylon hosiery. If laKhlully observed, the suggestions offered here might also help to insure pretty legs and feet come spring: alter the bath massage a lotion gently over your legs and feet. Skin balms containing special emollients are available to help avert, dry, Itchy and scaly skin. A balm of this sort also can help smooth an irritated skin. 2, Defuzz the legs as often In winter as fiummerj and use gentle depilatories which will not Irritate tender SKln. : 3. Use pumice ori rough calluses and heels, and be persistent aboul it. A. Keep toenalls short.to avotc painful ingrown nails and stocking runs. S.Make sure stocking seams are straight, nn easier Jab it they are fastened to garters, properly — not on the seam but on the reinforced area to the right of the seam. 0, Be sure shoes are smooth inside so that additional pressure is not put'on heels, soles or toes. 7. Put ekln balm on legs.before putting on overshoes which some- ,lmes rub, Irritating calves and nktes. - . If you want to keep hosiery,In ;ood condition so that they will complement legs at all times, wash them after each wearing and pull them on the leg gently. If finger- Families Help New Ministers DENVER (/P) — Two ministers have had family help In getting sUrtcd in psstorates here recently. When the Rev. Daniel W. Nicely was Installed as pastor of the First Plymouth Congregational Church, his father, 'the Rev. George W. Nicely of Johnstown,'Pa., was the chief Bixaker and his mother tvas the organist. At Montvlcw Boulevard Presbyterian Church, the Rev. C. Mason Harvey, a Navy veteran, was ordained as an assistant pastor and became the third' son of the Rev. Earle R. Harvey, Merced, Calif., 'to enter the ministry. The elder Rev. Mr. Harvey was n hand to give the charge to his on. The services were opened with aptlsin of Steven Lynn Harvey, nfant son of the new minister. And MJ«. nails are kept smooth and filed, and hangnails avoided, there shonlrt be tcsft chance of a run »s the result, of running your hand through your stocking. WINS HONOR—Bert BevJU. a sefiior at Burdette High" School, has been' named BAR Good Citizenship girl, and Is being sponsored by the Charlevoix Chapter of Daughters of the .American Revolution of Blytheville. The 17- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shcdd Bevill, Miss Bevill was 1950 4-11 County Clmmpion Girl, and was secretary and reporter of the 4-H County' Council. She Is a cheerleader at school, and assistant pianist for New Liberty Baptist Church. She served as ciuecn of her sophomore class. Scrape. . Mrs. James Rogers entertains members of the GEO Club. Mrs. Edgar Borum Is hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Club. la Nucve Club Is being entertained by Mrs. Clarence Webb. Friday Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker is hostess to.members of the Friday Contrct Club. Mrs. Grady Magce is entertaining members of the La Finesse Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. T. I. Seay. ': Sillliril:!}- ' Ladies Day Luncheon at the Conn try. Club begins at 1 p.m., and is followed by bridge and canasta. Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stopped or strikingly relieved In 63-80%* of cases in doctors* lasts! • Are you going through "change of life" . . . suffering the "hot flashes," nervous tension, irritability, • weakness anrt other tynfts of funcUona!ly-canscci distress of this clinricult lime? Then . . . here'.s hope fur yovil *in icsts by doctors, Tjyclia Plnkhniu's Cotn- pound a nd Tnblc ts, ga ve relief from such distress... In 63 ftnri SQ'.o (rc^pcc- Hvcly) of the eases tested. Complete or strifchip relieU Suroly you know thnl-LytHa Plnkhniu's Is scientifically modern in action! Surety you know u-haL it has done lor otlicrsf But <to you know what it wHI fia lor ion? Not II you Imven't pxpcrlcncrrt tlie relief o[ trtislon, "Iln.ihes" nnd Irrl- IrtbSHty It fio often IirLfigs nt Bitcti times! neforc nnollier day has jvn-.wrti, iry Lydla Vlnkbnni's .. . th« Vcgplnblc Coinpotma, or new, improved Trthlrts with tuldetl Iron . . . nnrt ills- cover how r>nch caster your "clinnge ot life" nifty be! Votiiigcr tcomcn and girls — suffering from funcllonnl pa I us nnd rUsIrfl.'w oT mcn- sir»ir\i)on— (hid Plnkhnni'a n'Oiutrrfit) tool It contains no paln-dcacltnlny drugs! nction through sympathetic ner- I'ons system — re~ licics distress oj ttie"heatitavct' I G^. ^ I \ j 4 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c . At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feiitnre iianw ot *' — PLUS I'eclvucolor miwm mm®® - * .< , ' A P.irnmount Picture ; Also Meiro News Whon you're lookinrj for n gift dial simply nuist please . . . come to THR GIFT SHOIM .You'll find bciMitifxil gift mcrcharvrtise reasonably priced; yes,"fine quality from §1 up. Itemenii>cr, (oo, we don't want you lo buy a gift' if it will not please. Double Feature — PLUS — JANE RUSSELL VICTOR MATURE THE US HBBjg „.,.<,„;„, VINCENT ALSO CARTOON Armorel HD Club Holds Meeting- Members ot the Armorel Home Demonstration Club met nt the home of Mrs. Tart Metzger Friday for a potluck luncheon nnd busines meeting Jn the afternoon, when 13 members attended. •Mrs. John Buchanan and Mre. s R. HanLey were guests at the meeting! Mrs. S. H. Fairish, president, presided over the meeting, in which new officers took over their duties Others include Hrs. T. R. Watson vice president; Mrs. Metzger, treasurer,' Mrc. N. C. Patterson, secretary, nnd Mrs. Stanton Pepper, re- irter. Mrs. Ch'arles Brown gave the de- otional, using lor her subject "He Able." In other business, the group vot d to sponsor 4-H Club work. COLDS MISERIES? WHY DON'T YOU TRY 666 's <litTert-nt. It's tirai 1 - e^letl. Kven ;f others failed YOU, trv 066 BlythevilU Dismissed: Ralph Kourl, city. Becky Mayo, city. Yvonne Doss, city. Jack Emery, Mlty. Hunter Hughes, city, Walls Hospital Dismissed: Barbara Tvumble, city. Mrs. Havdy Gray, city. Kenneth Mitchell, city. Mrs, Jimmy Moore, city. . Mrs. Mildred Hodges, city.. Willie Creecy, Osceola. • Mrs. Floyd Kociiler nnd baby, city. Mrs. Dollle Stewart, Manila. Miss Georgia Le« Stewart. Ma- nlla. B. M. Webb, city. LAST TIMES TONITE ^pmethinq I2a fortfie" "' Victor Mature Patricia Neal PLUS! Paramount' News and f Selected.'Short! TUESDAY & WEDKESDAY The Most Popular Sea Story of Our Time JECHNICOLOR PICnjBES fthonda FLEMING-SyngHAYDEN •""ffilMACASTH-JOHNSIjnON-.Mf.Tiu „ torn t, KJHI L MAI . 'IX -Kl^eilj £IC',tY SA^/^* PLUS: Sport Reel and Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS Mr. and.Mrs: Noble Gill and family Miss ;Irene Crowder ' Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Crawford Jr. Mr. and Mrs| Cecil Lusk and family is the price too high? . The dollar cost of providing Increased water supplies under current conditions will he high. Will it be too high? It might appear lo be more economical to wait for a downward curve in the whole structure of prices and wages before undertaking the kind of construction programs required to meet our needs. But where are the signs that such a curve is in the making? And how long can we afford to wail? It took just one hoi, dry summer to imperil the water supply of many millions of people. Suppose next year —or the year afler brings similar conditions? Picture a shortage thai goes beyond the critical stage. New Vork was only days away from such a crisis. Some smaller places went throught it. • Picture a water supply inadequate to handle a serious fire. Picture a water supply insufficient to maintain proper sanitation. Picture a water supply no longer ahle to keep industrial processes functioning. The price of keeping pace with the need for water may seem high, but what about (he price of failure? One uncontrolled fire, one epidemic, » group of major industries lost to the community — any of these could involve an expense besides which the price of improved water supplies — even with costs what they are — would hardly he noticeable. Water is essential to life.— the fife of a city as well as the life of » human being. Without water, a man dies. Without water, a community faces the same fate. In the face of a crisis, no price can be loo high. High prices paid to prevent a crisis are low prices) Blytheville.-Water Co. "Water h Your Cheapest Commodity"

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