The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1953 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 23, 1953
Page 5
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FRIT)AY, JAK. 23, 1953 CARK.)' COUKJER NEWS Becomes More Popular Eack Season • Bits of News Pat Mulliiis, Society Editor Students Honor Betty Black at Kitchen Shower Miss Betty Black, bride-elect of T. E. Qeesliu of Drew, Miss., was given a kitchen shower by her fifth grade pupils yesterday morning nt Central School. Gifts were in keeping with a chosen kitchen pattern and were presented during on original play put on by her pupils, entitled "What Every Brlcie Should Have In' Her Kitchen." As each gift w 'as presented, a poem describing the need of that- particular Hem was read. Special guests were Mrs F E Black. Miss Virgil Turner. Mrs It' A. Berryrnan, Miss Sunshine Swift' ami innny mothers of the pupils' Following the program, hmcheaii was served to all ihe mipils and guests. Mrs. J. A. Leech Is Club Hostess Mrs. J. A. Leech had as her luncheon guests jeslerduy members of the Thursday Cltlb and Mrs. M A Isacs when she entertained -with a weekly bridge-luncheon for the club. Luncheon was served in the di ing room where white gladii formed the centerpiece. OLidioi were also used in the living room at intervals, where bridge games were conducted during the afternoon, • . Winners included Mrs. Russel Phillips and Mrs. -Isaacs . School Club Attends Party Members of the Masque and Gavel Club of Dlytheville High Sclioo gathered at the home of Anne Hindman last evening for a "tacky par- Bob Black, a new member'of the club, and Martin Moore, a formei president of the club, attended-. 'J'. E. Rowlett, sponsor of the group, was chaperon. The evening was spent in playing games and dancing, and refreshments were served: Bridge Party Given for Club Members of the 'TLE Club were entertained last night by Mrs. W E. Cherry at her 'hc'nie, for then weekly meeting and bridge party. Mrs. Jerry Scrape took high score in the week's game, with second going to Airs. William Lambert, and bridge to Mrs. j. p_ scrape. A salad course with- iced drinks was served during the evening. So Basic'And Smart 8922 10-40 By Sue Burnett Even if you're new at the sewing game you rail turn o,,t this atrac- the basic dress that's so youthful and smart in line. Our well illustrated seiv chart shows you how . f a " cm N °- 89W is a SNv-rite per- is m ? nat » rn in slzes ">• 12 ' 14 ' > 6 ' 18, 20; 40. s,ze 12, 3 . 7; vards of 3D . inch; ',, yard contrast for belt rmv* ' hiS paUem ' selld 30= >n COINS, yonr name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Jumcy St., Chicago 6 111 T ,. DO "' t "»"*» the new Basic FASHION for 53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, prsctlc.ilVardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book 25 cents. COLDS' MISERIES? WHY DON T YOU TRY 666 It's different. It'* li tested. Even if nlhrrs failed you. try €66. Mrs. James D. Gee Betty Davidson Is Bride of James Gee - In & ceremony performed in Corinth,. Miss., on Jan. 5. Miss Betty Joyce Davidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Davidson, became the bride of Jumes Davis Gee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gee. The couple was attended by Mr Gee's parents.-his grandfather, r. H. Jernigan, and Vester Pace. Mrs. ace was'before her marriage a junior in'Brytl/eville High School and Mr. oee was graduated from Burdette High School lit 1952. They are making their home near BJythevillc. where the groom is engaged with his father in farming. Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs. Thomas A. Phillips was hostess at her home at 708 West Moultrie Drive Wednesday evening for a layette shower given in honor of Mrs. Ulice Nichols. when 14 friends attended the affair. The honoree's 'chair was marked with a bow of satin. I n the party games played. Mrs. Thclina Sherrod and Mrs." Edward Watson 'won prizes. Cake and iced drinks were served after Mrs. Nichols opened hei gifts. . / Bridge Game Ends Six-Weeks Series Last night's bridge game conducted for members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble marked .the end of a six- week's series. Winners for'the series were Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, first place, Mrs. W. A. Afflick, second place, Mrs. Jim Roleson,'third place, nnd Mrs. J. Foy Etchieson, fourth. Winners' of last night's 'game, which was a five-table Howell movement, were Mrs. McCutchen and MM. Samuel Norris, first place, and licing for second place, were J. E. Stevenson and Mrs. Roleson, and Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Perry Grieves of Little Rock. ' It was announced that Saturday's 1 p.m. game will be a monthly mas- terpoint. . Kibitzer Club Is Entertained Mrs. Robert G, McHaney won first place yesterday in a bridge, game in which members and guests of the Kibitzer Club participated. Mrs. George Hubbard was club hostess at her home. Guests included Mrs. I.-R. Coleman, and Mrs. G. A. Hlnes, who Is the guest of her parents, Mr. an Mis. Rupert Crafton. A dessert course was served dur ing the afternoon. Mrs. Charles Afflick won secon high score. La Nueve Club Meets in Home Mrs. Clarence Webb entertained yesterday at her home for members of the La Nueve Club, when Iheir guests were Mrs. Dan Bell and Mrs- Blan Heath. White chrysanthemums, in varied irrangements, were place about the living room, in which the hostess conducted bridge games, and served a dessert course. Winners of the bridge game included Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Mis. Bell, and Mrs, Heath, first, second and bridge, respectively. Mrs. Conway Is Hostess to Club A two-course luncheon was ser. ed before an afternoon of bridg Mrs. Aubrey Conwaj when she was hostess to member of the Mid-Week Club. Club members and guests M Jesse Taylor, Mrs. P. E. Black, an | Mrs. Elton Kirby were seated'at long table, which was centered wit a low study in pink and white min lature chrysanthemums. Providing the afternoon's enter taimnent was a bridge game, whic was won by Mrs. Cecil Shane, firs place, and Mrs. Black, second place Half Moon WSCS Has Prog-ram Meet Mrs. W. R.-L-ightfoot was. : host«s to seven members and one guest Mrs. Bill Westergard of LeMars, la of the Women's Society of Christiai Service of Half Moon Methodis Church Wednesday evening. Mrs. o. M. Mitchell was leade for the program, "Sewing Seeds o Kindness," on which Mrs. R, L Hawkins, Mrs. Llfjhtfoot, Mis. Jim Alexander. Mrs. Claude Twcedle and Mrs. Guy Brown took parts. 5/, te •otyialJ Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Mis. E. M. Regenold, Armorcl Bobby Wilson, Osceola Dick Burns, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Baby Gewenith Weathers Burdette Mrs. W- O. Anderson, Jr., and baby City ; Tommie Jean Ray, City Better Cough Relief When new drugs or old fail to heln your cough or chest cold don't delay Crcomulsion contains only safe helpful, proven ingredients aad no narcotics lo disturb nature's process. It S°" into the bronchial system to aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender inilamcd bronchial membranes Guaranteed lo please or your druggist refunds money. Creomulsion has stood the lest of many millions of users Forget Washday Drudgery, Send Us Your Laundry! LAUNDRY - CLEANERS Mrs. Cal Oossett left yesterday lor Conway, where she will attend the wedding of her son, Culloway Bliinton Gossett,.to Barbara Ruth Biggs at the Methodist' Church there tomorrow. James Trimble and Mrs. C O Redman returned last night from' Washington, D. c., by plane. They attended (he inaugural activities as guests of Mr. Trimble's parents Rep. and. Mrs. James W. Trimble' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale and children. Tommie and Sally, will leave tomorrow for n two-weeks' vacation at Daytona Beach, Pla. Mr. and Mrs. G .A. Hale plan to leave Sunday for New Orleans to vjsit their daughter, Miss Ruth Hale, student at Newcomb, who will accompany them home. She Is transferring to University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle, where her sister Miss. Marge Hale, is also a student' Mrs. Lloyd Wise will leave tomorrow for Panama Canal Zone to visit her son, 1,1. Lloyd H Wise anil family for about a month. Mrs Wise will go by plane from .New Orleans. Dr. and Mrs. J. p. Bi-ownson returned last night from Oubucmc la., where they Imd been called because of the serious'lllness of Dr Brownson's sister, Miss Mary Brownson, who is reported slightly Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Jernlgan of Jackson. Miss., announce the birth of their second child, B son at the Baptist Hospital in Jackson Jan. J4. He has been named James Joyner Jernlgan. Mrs. Jer- nlgan's mother, Mrs. p B Joy""-, has spent the past three weeks •••" but will return home sun ne_, then iy with Mr. Joyner, who will drive down tomorrow. • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mounce and children. Stevie and Marta of Havana. III., were overnight guests last night of Drs. carl and Edna NUM. They left today for Hollywood where they plan to spend the remainder of the winter, Mrs. Mounce is Dr. Carl Mies' niece NEW YORK (NEA)-The things that are happening to cotton arc nothing short of miraculous. Each' new season brings fresh- fabric treatments that put cotton in places it's never been seen before. Lately, it'has joined forces with chiffon and wool to produce an evening fashion (left) of great beau,- ty. In Hope sktllrnan's satin pique, the dress is embroidered with pearls Jiy flAILK IIUC.AS NEA Woman's Editor and heads around the bodice and is belted with a swath of bright orange woo]. The chiffon scar f floating free In the breeze, is edged in the same bright-colored wool. .Seersucker, once the-lowliest of cottons, 1ms acquired real chic. It has come out of the ranks of utility clothes and ha's mored up Into the Mrs. Joe Bynum Honored at Party Mrs. Joe Bynum, the former Miss Mary Patricia Robson, was complimented at the home of Mrs. Ross Caldwell. Jr., with a miscellaneous shower, when Mrs. Max Skelton was co-hostess. In the games played, prizes were awarded to Mis. Edivln Slubblefield nnd Mrs. Gerald Robson. mother of the recent bride. After the honoree opened her gifts, Individual cakes;' inscribed willifPat and Joe," and carrying out the pink and white color scheme were served with coffei-. The honoree, who wore a dress of gabardine in chocolate with matching accessories, was given a novelty corsage of kitchen ornaments. Huffman YWA Has Prog-ram Meeting- "Darkness to Light" was the till of a program given by member of the Huffman Young' Women Auxiliary of the Baptist church' las night, when they met at the horn of Mrs. Harry Lawson. Peggy York gave the devoUona and Mrs. 8. I,. Atkinson offered prayer. Others on program wcr Cora Mae McDaniel, Marie Moore Barbara • Hughes, Betty Mathens Frances Hatche)!, Maxine Nelsoi and Hoena Hughes. Closing praye was by Mrs. Billy Ray. foremost ranks of fashion. Here we sec a star-spangled seersucker (right) turned sleek and benulifuily simple in the hands of designer Pauline Trlgere. This Is a cotton that looks nearly tailored at first glance, but that is actually a marvel of fashion understatement. Far from being confined to summer wear, cotton is n year-a round fabric now, suitable for many occasions and climates^ Needle Craft Club Has Meeting Here . Members of the Needle Craf. Club, a newly organized sewing club met last night .with Mrs. Cletus Hudson, with six members attending. The evening was spent in c)oin n handwork and the hostess servec refreshments. Larry MacPhail started nigh aaseball at Cincinnati in 1938, to start off the major leagues with ihe innovation. TIME-PROVED f Sure, you get 3-point triple quick-hitch • V Naturally you get Hydraulic Touch Contro} V Constant Draft Control of mounted tools V Implement Position Control, too! V 4-wheel stability; row crop ability V Exclusive>roof-Meter gives you the facts you need NEW TRACTOR JuAilee MODEL ^Live-Action Hydraulic System, fast response V Hy-Trol gives choice of hydraulic speeds f New Ford "Red Tiger" overhead valve engine ^ A bigger, heavier, stronger tractor V New Live Power Take-off* ^ And many more new features ^ Plus a low Ford price! •Salt Now on Display.. .Come In and See It! Snow Tractor Co. 112 i\o. Franklin I'hone 8951 Coming Events Friday Mrs. Uoytil Whltlaker is hostess to members of lire Friday Control Club. > Mrs. Gmdy Magec is entertaining members of the Ln Finesse Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. T I So ay. Saturday Ladies Day Luncheon at the Country club begins at I p.m.. and is followed by briciife and canasta. Suncliiy Union Brotherhood Services at Temple Israel are to begin at 7:30 p.m. U.N. HeJps Needy Koreans SEOUL {IP,— The United Nalions 'ivll Assistance Command has pro- .'Idcd more limn 23,000 tons of, [rain to needy Koreans in the Seoul irea during the past year. Col. Harry L. Maylield, who heads the Command, says Ihe grain Included "Ice, wheat and corn. .• Mayfield says the agency also :urnc«l over 15,000 tons of clothing, blankets and other supplies to Korean hospitals, orphanages and other Institutions. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times KRI.-SAT. CQIUMblA H&IUKtS pr»! Pilgrims 1,800 Years too Late ATTLEBOHO. Mnss/W) - The first New England settlers preceded the Pilgrims by nboul t.aflo years, nccordlng to Dr. William s Fowler executive secretary of'the Massachusetts Archcolojjlcal Society. Dr. Fowler says these'curly settlers wcr lurctl around 6,500 B C Into the region about 'r%vfn Rivers' R,I,, chnslng gnmc, pcssihly elk nnii mnmrnolh. 'nicy ciime from the south In large ctmoes hollowed out by rtre from great' trees. Fowler says nhoilc Isliuid • then had no forests. Everywhere were stind dunes, graver hillocks, lundrn and arctic moss In the wake of retreating glaciers. These deductions are made possible by a new lype analysis called Carbon H, a by-product of the'dis- covery of ntpmic energy. WRIGHT CALIFORNIA CONQUEST Ma W TECHNICOLOR I •riHi AtrOKSO CfOOYA • US* KSMfnl EUGENE ICI.ESIAS-W.itUn foe theVc.«nb, Eft'c't',!-ft.' Kr "' ^ """"" —PLUS— WEISSMULIER JUNGIE JIM ^c FORBIDDEN IAND< \ * COtu"tl» FiCUJtl fn*, 1 i,'jWiV,'i ,". K»,( l","rfm '""" Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double l-'ealure BRIGHT VICTORY T ft -_ . •». imsiminwu cut«/JOIN MMklS * IfcHRyi iSHSAUCVi flCluit —1'lus— „ , 1 , With a table set, in the livini room before a loe-burning fireplace Mrs J. H. Lovewil invited sevcra friends In tor an Informal luncheon Tuesday to watch the Inau- gumtfon, Mrs. Horace Moore o Corona Lake was amonb the guest' who attended. Early spring blossoms were the floral decorations. • Miss V\ KS Compliment Miss Evelyn Jean Plgg was aeair complimented Tuesday evenir, when Mrs. Bill Thomas and hei daughter, Mrs. Alton Mccann 01 Sikeston, Mo., entertained with p brMge-dinner party in her honor. Ihe centerpiece of vanila orchid; developed Into a conversation pieci when the yniing women sat dowr it the table to find that corsage.' for euch guest were nsett In th mussed arrangements of the daint orchids. A purple throated Cattleya orchid marked the honoree's place Following the dinner, the guests played bridge, Mrs. Wilbur Wlldj won high score, Miss Martha Ann More second, and Miss Mary Eliza. belli Batleau won bridge. The hostesses presented crystal to Miss Pieg. Miss Pigg wore black faille frock, which featured black velvet collar nnd belt. Rhinestones trimmed iho velvet accents I'ersonuls Mrs. Charlene Watson and son f-iirry. nnd Miss Anne Massey left Tuesday for Waxahatchlc, Tex to be with their mother. Mrs. I/ D Massey. who was' taken ill while visiting in the Texas city The hope to return their mother horn within ten days. Mr. and'Mrs.'Buck Watson of Jonesboro announce the birth of their first child, a son, bora at St Bcrn.ird's Hospital Jan. 14 The baby,has been named Charles Al- oen. The maternal grandparents ore Mr. and Mrs. Alden Baker /or mer residents of Osceola, The pa lernnl grandparents are Mr. »nd Mrs. Ed Watson of Reiser. Ex-Leprosarium Used by Reds . HONG KONG <;P)—TIie Independent Hong Kong Chinese newspaper Wah Kiu Yal Po. says the Catholic leprosarium at Shcklurig hi Red Chirm has been converted by the Communists Into a farm for wounded Red soldiers. It reports that 82 lepers have been removed to an unknown destination. LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News & Short: "2 Weeks Vacation" RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Uyrd anri family Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Goff and family Mr. and Airs. Frank Sawyers and family Mr. and Mrs. Clealus Bailey and family SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE ul) ("a not a \W FROM ALSO SERIAL: Son of Geronimo & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY ER BROS. r»i»«m~ BURT ASTER PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS RITZ GUESTS Mr- & Mrs. H. E. Braccy Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Branscum Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Westbrook Mr. Mrs. Hussel! Moslcy & Family

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