The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1953 · Page 4
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. PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Pat •MulJins, Society Editor !jj<(tchen Shower Is Given for Bride-Elect Here [I Another In a series of pre-nup mal events planned for Miss Kath- i&rlne Westbrook: was a kitchen show- [prelven last night at the home | Mrs; Fred Copcland on Wnlnut i'strcet, Ti'ith Mrs. Roy Woods as her |! co -hostess, iji Miss Westbrook. daughter of Mr, 1 and Mrs. James Thomas Westbrook : Is the bride-elect of Willie Oobson son of Mr., and Mrs. E. L. Dobson ol :i Wilson. They plan to be married on f Fob. 20 at the First Baptist Church. I Twenty fise guests attended the 'affair. Special guests were the honoree's mother.,Mrs, Westbrook, Mr. Dobsou's mother, Mrs. Dobson, and his sisters, Misses Dorothy and Joy[>cc Dobson, of Wilson. ',[ Games were conducted during the [i Evening with a tray being awarded >to Mrs. Clyde Palton, the former IjMtss Letd Rose Caslllo. Other en- i ( tertalnmcnt for the evening con- fisted of prayers and good wishes i;ii! rhyme fashion for the house- [ifwlfc. They were given by Mrs. Jim- ; jtny, Branscum, Mis. Tommie Wcst- jrtrook. Mrfi. BiHy Joe Gean, Miss [1'Nora Simpson and Mrs. Woods, I For the occasion. Miss Westbrook re an afternoon gown of black ['.velvet nnd orchid taffeta overlaid .with a lacy pattern in black. Her accessories were blnck velvet, anc :"n corsage of Javendar Dutch iris Intersepersed with tiny knife, fork rjaiid spoon.was pinned at her shoulder. ' |i The dining room table v,as_cen- :tered with n painted china rolling pin, filled ivith n Joti' arrangement of miniature jellov, chrysanthemums, and white snapdragon. .The host&sses served cake 'and .coffee at the conclusion of the ev- ieriinE's entertainments. Gifts were displayed" oii a table overlaid with a white cutwork cloth; ,j40 Members qttend (Junior High PTA Members of the Junior High Parent-Teachers Association met yes- terda'y following an executive hoard meeting at the school, when 40 attended A devotional V.BI given by Mrs Ted King, and speaker of the afternoon was Mrs. Carroll Watson of Osccola, and was Introduced by Mrs £ J Cure She spoke on ' Guide iPost for Family Living " ! During a business session a noml- jnatlng'committee composed ol Mrs fH W Wylie, Mrs Sam Oivens and 'Mrs I R CoLcman was appointed A' banner, which was awarded to Junior High PTA for attendance was presented Earl Nail, -principal, at; yesterday's meeting. Room attendance count went to Mrs. O. W. Coppcdge apd .Mrs. H. R." Brooks. BlylhcvUle Hospital Dismissed: Claude Allen, Cooler Dick Burn, City Epbby French, City Alfred Williams, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Carol Fowler, City Mrs. aid'Masses' and baby, City Mrs. W. O. Anderson and baby, City Mrs. Lura Frovvndsfclter, Mar- tinsvllle. Ind. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Uc & 39c At All Times WED-THURS Double Feature • WAD NEK e»oi . f ' . tlpr I • ' OFFICERS INSTALLED — Shown at the Masonic Temple, 1m mediately after their Installation of officers for Order of Rainbow for Girls are (left to right) Gayla stilwell associate worthy advisor. Merry Nell Lane as worthy advisor, Carol Ann Holt as hope, Bobb; Jo Al-' ley as charity,.Mrs, Charles Alford as mother advisor and Anita Sue' Oldham as faith. (Courier News Photo) - ,' Rainbow Girls Hold Installation Freeman, service. Mrs, Shields Edwards Is rellrin? mother tulvisor, and E. H. Brown is Rainbow Dad. His assistants are John Duncan, Leon Wilson, J. Smallwood, Fred Boyctt nnd Charley Alford. Composing the advisory board are Afrs. Elbcrt Alley, Mrs. C. S. Dowdy, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Earl Damon. Mrs. Victor 'Stilwell and Mrs. Dale Horn. : ': Installing olficcrs included Mrs. Ed- Cook, installing officer; Mrs. Stilwell. marshal!, Mrs. w. E. Wallace, chaplain; Mrs. Roy Bagley; musician; and Mrs. Edwards, recording secretary. Following a potluck supper lost night at the Masonic Temple, members. of the Order of Rainbow for Girls held their lnstnlUitlon x of officers. , . Included were Mrs. Charles Alford, mother, advisor; Merry Nell Lane, worthy advisor; Gayla :Stil- vieil, associate worthy advisor; Anltii Sue Olilham, faith, Carol Ann Holt, hope; Bobble Jo, Alley,'charity; Janice Johnson, recorder; Ein- madel Swcnrcngcn, treasurer; Berl Bcvll, chaplain; Kay Blackard. drill leader; Patricia Speck, confidential observer;. Frances England, outer observer; Ann Hester, love; Glenda Lewis, religion; Marjoilc Dougherty, nature; Shirley Phillips, Immorality; Jane Bartholomew, fidelity; Patty Scott r patriotism 1 and June — - ——-^— : '-- --•'-'' La Petite Club Meets in Home Mrs. J. F. Monttvnclon entertained members of tho Ijj Petite Club nl icr home ycslerdny with a bridge party. Mrs. .Ltoyd Whlttaker and Mrs. can Atkinson were guests at the afternoon's entertainment. Chrysanthemums In fnll shades ormecl decorations Tor the Montandon home. Winners of t!ie bridge games conducted during the afternoon were Mrs Nenl Gcsell. rirst place, Mrs. Arthur Vniice, second, and Mrs. Al- Inson, bridge. : "Hot Flashes" Stopped or strikingly relieved In 63-80%* of coses In doclon'feitt • If you're miserable from the "hoi flashes," nnd accompanying Irritnlile restless feelings or ''change of life"— you may be, suffering unnecessarily I *For...fn tests by docfor3...LydiB Pinkhnm's Compound nnd Tnblcta broiiglurclicffroinsuch functionally- caused guttering to G3% nnt) 80% (respectively) of^tlic women testedl Complete ar-sirlking rclicfi -. Ycst Research- has proved tlicso meet- Iclnca thoroughly modern in action . , has shown you where to look lor rellel from tho.'VG illstresslng. ncrvoiia "out of Boris" (cclLngs of niltl-llfe "chan^a"! So...get Lytllft R. I'lnXhatn'o VeEeUblt Compound—or new, improved Table 15 wltli ncklcd Ironl (IVoneJcr/ul, (oo, tor the functional paint of menstrual periods.) • cta through a woman'i — i>us — JANE RUSSELL VICTOR MATURE •IHEUBBBsni w.o.rin, VINCENT PRICE ALSO CARTOON SALE! Bare Leg Nylons Non-Run Smooth Du Pont Nylon Sheer, Clear, 51-15 A Limited Supply 2 PAIRS Bits of News ffloitly /-'erionaf Mrs. J, C, Crlnw'hHS been 111 nt her home at 428 E. Rose. Her condition remains serious. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Martin, Jr., and son, nichard Martfn, were In Memphis thts week end. While Mr. and Mrs. Martin were guests ol Mr. and Mrs, C. N. Shlvley, Richard visited Tommy Dowdy, a patient at a Memphis hospital. Susan Barksdale, who Is a first grade student at Sudbury School, has been confined at home with measles. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bnrksdale. M |Sgt. Prank A. Moore lias returned to Dow Air Force Dnse In Bangor. 'Me., alter spending a 20 day leave with his mother, Mrs. Lee Moore, and sister. Miss Ellen Moor*. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy E. Hell have returned to their home in Dallas, Tex,, after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O S Bell They came especially to be with his mother while she underwent surgery last week. Her condition Is reported to be satisfactory. A. O. Hudson and L, E. Gammcter of Stcelc nrc attending a spring convention In St. Louis todny and tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee arc expected to return home this week cud after visiting Mrs. Gee's Bister, Mrs. w. H. Peyton, in Phoenix, Ariz., with friends In points in California and other places of interest In the West. Miss Ltielln names and her mother, Mrs. T. J. Barnes, were In Memphis yesterday. Johnny Marr, Russell M?rr,' J. E. Stevenson nntl p. B. Joyner are In .-Washington, D. C., attending the National Builders Convention. Condition of Mrs. Marvin Robinson, who has been undergoing treatment at Campbell's Clinic In Memphis, Is Improved and she returns home this afternoon. Mrs. Robinson suffered a fracture of the right arm. in a fal! Saturday morning at her home. Her sister, Mrs. John Phecney, Is with her. Samuel F. Norrls i.s motoring to Memphis, to bring them home. Bobby. French has been removed from Blythevllle Hospital to the home of his parents Mr, and Mrfi. Arlle French. A (Judent at Junior High School. Bobby received a fractured left arm while playing at school. Marriage Licenses The following couples has obtained a. marriage license from the office of the county clerk. Mrs. Ellz 1 - atteth Blythe Parker: Glcnard Perry, Tyler. Mo., and Emily Waldcn, Blythevill:. WEPNESTTAT, JAN. tl, 1MI \ French Designers, Schioparelli, Dior, Path Show Spring Fashions Dior »ccenti In hUs showing the "portrait look" <or sprjng with a huge collation of suave, Bophlstl- By, DOROTHY «OK AP Women'! Editor NEW YORK Wl—The French invasion of U. S. fashion continues apace this year as designers Christian Dior, Jacques Fain and Elsa Schlaparelli show everything from dresses, suits and coats to hats, 'lurs, gloves, men's ties, hosiery, perfume and Jewelry. That Wonder Wrap-On By Sue Burnett Truly a magician In your all-season wardrobe—the n«at, easy to sew wrap-around that's so pretty and cool when the weather Is warm; and doubles as a Jumper In cold months. . " Pattern No. 8820 U a. sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size H, 3*. yards of 30-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NTOJEER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 tjtllncy St., Chicago 6, 111. . Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53 .spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. LAST TIMES TODAY -Plus- Novelty Reel & Sport Reel , Wa FIEMIK • Stetlinj TODEN R1TZ GUESTS - Ulr. and Sirs. Noble Gill and family Miss Irene Crowder Mr.' and Mrs. Hardy Crawford Jr. Mr. and Mrs| Cecil Lu.sk and family THURSDAY & FRIDAY Paramount News & Short: "2 Weeks Vacation 1 ' RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. G. 1. Byrd and family Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Goff and family Mr. and Mrs. Vrank Sawyers and family Mr. nnd Mrs. Clealus Bailey and family COMING SOON TO THE RITZ/ MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID in Technicolor with Esthei Williams and Victor Mature. THE IRON MISTRESS in Technicolor with Allan Ladd and Deborah Kcrr ROAD TO HA LI in Technicolor with Boh Hope-Dorothv Lamour-Bing Crosby APRIL IN I'ARIS in Technicolor with Doris Day and Rav iKuger ; Tavlor IOE '" Tccllnicolw wilh Uobcr( Ta >''or and Elizabeth THE I nON'T CARE 01RT, in Technicolor with Mitzl Gav- nor - David \\avne ' ' cated fashions. ( The French master names his U. B. collection from an American geography book, showing, for Instance: * Navy shantung slim dress and Jacket named "Washington"; a tweed suit called "Minnesota"; a checked three-quarter coat named "Arkansas"; a heavy silk multi-striped coat In black and white called "Wisconsin." Dior likes the rounded shoulder flowing Into the natural waistline for spring, makes his skirts as narrow as possible, highlights muchroom-pleated bodices, a dazzling array o( stoles, varied nscots and the "free-and-easy" collar. , Suits, uniformly pencil slim, have varied feminine details such as double-notched lapels, small stand-up or button-tabbed collars, rounded, detailed yokes replacing collar and lap«ls; subtle hand work to. soften tha severity of 'the straight lines. Jackets often have a cutaway line in both single and double - breasted versions. Preferred sleeve length Is three-quarters, with a rounded cuff. Dior likes low cuffed oval necklines ami all-over pleating in dresses, uses mushroom pleating to telling effect, accents the natural curves of the body. Fabrics Include featherweight linens and ivools, smooth worsteds, luxurious heavy silk honans and a series of printed shantungs which have a new and distinguished look. The "portrait look," Dior explains, denotes the subtlety of color blentllrigs In his collection. , He shows a series of new tones of gray, auch as pussy willow, pencil, spring mist and twilight; muled tones of beige are sandalwood, drambuie arid taffy; the shaded blue Is dolphin, while bole fe rose, grotto blue and budding green are some of the hues used in dresses ' and ensembles. Dior recommends the "small mink" fur accessory for spring, shows a series of triangular scarfs and stales which combine fur and fabric. .: His hats borrow an Orlental.look. He shows the "Ball Hai" hat, shaped _Jlke ft volcano and made In smooth straw. There are also picture hats and bonnets, to complete the picture. Many Hquseholds Hard Hit In Present Wave Of Golds HERE'S A TIMELY WARNING— Health authorities »«y, rest plenty, eat moderately, avoid crowds and go to bed at first symptoms. If severe, call doctor at once. Epidemic colds often mean heidache, fever, muscular ache* and pains,'At very first itigii of such 1 discomfort, take two tablet* of St. Joseph." Aspirin,' repeat ai directed to ease headache, check fever, relieve muscle aches. St Jojeph Aspirin la first choi CD of millions. And no aspirin is surer, fatter, or more dependable. 12 tablet tin world's largest seller at lOc 100 tahleti only 4Sd. Sold everywhere. Coming Events Thursday Mrs, Aubrey Comvay entertains members of the Mid-Week Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meet Ing at Hotel Noble. TLE Club meet* with Mrs. J F. Scrape. Mrs. James Rogers entertains members of the GEO Club. Mrs. Edgar Boru.m Is hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Club. •'.,'•'•'.' La Nuevc Club. is being entertained by Mrs. Clarence Webb. Friday Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker Is hostess to members of the Club. Mrs. Grftdy Mogee K tnUrtafato* members of the La Finesw Club it the home of her mother, ltr». T I. Seay." Duplicate League Conducts Meeting 1 v Four tables of bridge, «nth>jsta*tv last night attended *. the regular meeting of Couq'try Club Duplicate Bridge League at.the club, when a Hovvell movement was conducted. Winners of first place were O. 8. Crowell and Frank Nelson,' with' second place going to Mrs. R. F. Klrshnej- and Mrs. C. W. Affllck. 'fcrosomc A Baldwin-built Acrosonio Piano In .your borne will add a wealth cf musi* cai enjoyment. It has beauty, stamina, and a tonal capacity amazing in so compact an instrument. See one . . . hear one .'. . play one and you will * ' have no.other piano. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. 208 West Main Phone 2071 J. H;. ADAMS, Mgr. —Good. Reconditioned I'lanos- OT* LOVELY BRlbAL GIFTS / . Fine crystnl and silver pieces . . : .Royal Doullon.China can be ordered from beautiful tinted pictures. The Kitchen Korner in The -GIFT SHOP is a good .place to find nice gift items for the .brides shower. Lovely'pictures . . . remember a good picture never grows old. Shop l.},!i''-,for the bride-to-be^al The GIFT I / ,-^SHOP first. 1; •' Brvermc Op«n eves, to ft GET MOSl F LIFE New Mat! FACTORY S' bung. 1 blk.-Houyd. *'Vine. Ideal for office, business A living. Adj. to NBC, CBS. $75 month. Mr. DeSure. H1-U15 BEAUT. 2ND FU OFFICES ON HOLLrD BLVD. fi IN HUNT- k VGTON PARK- REAS RENT. "NER. • HE-566 1 : spaces, 14819 Ventura real est. public ns. Plenty of pa nu Safeway IRE— Fum avail San Robert .Iv-lSOSi Hig f-aci oile keep your eye on ,'ONALL SLEEF •)ALE .San Fer WOOD dee., tpac H. mpJi. 24-1 L St fl. 5533 Hollyw. ,UT r\r*\y H*c the WANT ADS ML 3000 tq. If Office suite, also I rm. 50xW. one 18x30. 2 Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. • All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVTLLE COURIER NEWS -is

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