The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 26, 1953
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/ MM TWO BLYTHEVnXE (ARK.V COUKIKR NEWS MONDAY, JAN. 26, 1958 ocietti, AtewA .P»t Mullins, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461 [Luislla Barnes/ ;Tbm Little, Jr., jHionored at Party Miss Luella Barnes and Tom Little, Jr., were complimented Saturday evening at Jiie Hlan S. Heath home by Mr. and Mrs. Henih. and (Mr. and Mrs. Dan H. Bell at a drop>in. when more than 50 friends of the ;engagcd couple attended/ •'.'.. I Miss Barnes and Mr. Little will (exchange wedding vows Thursday. I Silver and white provided the eol- lor scheme for the occasion. Center- [ing the table which was overlaid <;\vilh cutwork from which assorted -party foods .were served, WHS u silver bowl, filled with white chrysanlhe- ^nuims arid fern, and centered with (a miniature bride and groom. White ^bouquets interspersed with silver jwere seen about the living room, a Miss Barnes chose for Ihe occa- [iston a dress of black velveteen and taffeta, which featured n pcnri beaded neckline. Her accessories were also In black. Xi Presiding at the tableWcic Mrs Bell, Mrs Heath, nnd Mrs B F : Brogdon. Among 'the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Palton of Jonesboro. Betty Black Honored at Party; Many Others To be Given Here Miss Betty Black and her fiance, T. E. Gceslin, Jr., of Drew. Miss., nre to be guests of honor at numerous affairs being planned since announcement of their engagement' by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworlh E. Black. Their marriage will lake place In the Spring. Miss Maurcne Norrls and her mother, Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls, cnlcr- liuncd Saturday wllh a bridge luncheon at their home. The wedding bell Iheme began nl tlie outslrlc door, which w.ns decorated with a cluster of white bells, tied U'Jth gold ribbons. The living room was decorated with bouquets of white gladioli, chrysanthemums and slock, and a cluster of wedding bells mnrked the bride-elect's chair. In another entertaining room, arrangements of pink and white hyacinths wore used, nnd carnations decorated Ihe hall. The Mnall luncheon tables h a rt centerpieces of white candles and wedding bells, lied with sold rlb- bon.s, and fnvors were lapel clusters of fninlatwe gold bells, and white silk ribbon bows. The hostess was assisted in serving, the three-course luncheon by fCal Gossett Claims Conway Bride At the'First Methodist church ( of, Conway Saturday, Miss Barbarr. JBiges, daughter of Mr. L and Mrs *Lbdie. Vaden Diggs of Conway be- icame'ths bride of Galloway ntan- iton possetl. son of Mrs. Callowny jGossett.nnd the late Mr. Gossclt 'of Burdette. ' Dr C M Re\es and Ihe Hev Joel JA. Cooper officiated. Commodore Jand. woodwnrdin fern formed n ^background for large arrangements of yjhlte gladioli, giant chrysanthemums in floor urns and white cathe- ^dral tapers In branched candelnbras. ) Music was presented by Mrs James,J. Kane, organist, and Miss Jeahle Packard, soloist. The bride, who was given In'mar- riage by her father, was gowned in a ballerina, length bridal attire featuring a Chantllly Incc bolero, News In Sportswea ; By Sue Burnett Just the way juniors like their sports togs—pretty and nc«--look- , ing and'easy on the eyes. This pair is perfccU-a slim, comfortable sundress with neat bolero for just the right cover-up. Plant No. 8023 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes n. 12 13 14, 16, 18, 20. Size Yi, dress. 3H yards Ot 39-Inch bolero. 1 ynrd. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, ;375 Quincy SL, Chicago 6, 111. ' Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53. spring and summer. It's ; a complete spring sewing guide for i smart, practical wardrobes; gift i pattern printed inside the book. 25 ; cents. •' wllh long sleeves ending- in points over her hands. This was worn over n titled bodice of net over satin. The bouffant, net skirt lined wllh slipper snlin, was appliqucd with Chanljlly lace. A fingertip veil of Illusion fell from a Juliet cap of lace over snttn, outlined with seed pcnrls and her bouquet was roses and valley lilies. Serving as maid of honor nnd the bride's only nttendnnl. Miss Sue Osment of Conway. formerly of Blythcvlllc, wore, a bnllcrlnn length gown, of n<iun net over la/Tela, fashioned with an off-the-shouldcr bertha neckline. A matching headdress completed her costume. She carried pink carnations aiid deep purple violets, centered witli a camellia. Jim Qossetl of : Burdette served his brother as best man. Ushers were Joe Bates and Paul Thurmnn of Little. Hock, Jerry Hulc of Al- klns, John Sllnz, III, Rny Culver of Lowell, Wyo., arid liolicrt, H«id of Blythcvlllc. Following the ceremony, a reception was held In the social rooin ot tho church. Those who assisted the bride's parents In entertaining were Miss Katy Jo Bachelor. Miss Mary BiiUimnn, Miss Clnire Moore, Miss Sue Fulmer, Miss Narj- «' Legff,' M|.w Betty wootllcl, Miss Pat Hnssell..Miss Suzle. Lane, Miss Carolyn Tul], Miss Kathleen Courtney, Miss Sarnh Moore Robinson, Miss Sain Morehead, Mrs. Gail Stevenson, Mrs,.'>'Jocl'>A. Cooper, Mrs. C. M. Revcs', Mrs! jr. K. no'wlcit, Mrs. H. H. Bumpers, all of Con- wny ,nn(t Mrs. L. V. Biggs, Jr , of Little .Rock. . , For travel,' the bride chose a navy suit accented with a . *'lill« faille 1mt trimmed in red tufting and n mulching- stole. After n wedding trip, the couple will be at home In Conwny, where they ar Hendrlx College. Among the out-of-town was Mrs. Gossett, mother groom. attending guesfs of the Blytbevtllc Hospital Ann Goldberg. Drnggadorfo Mrs- Emma Webster, City Dr. James C. Guard, City A. J. Hcnson, Dyess Lcla Man Daniels. Armorel Mary Ellen f'eal. Holland Mike Densmor.;, Manila Beware Coughs Following Flu Aflcr ibe flu is over and gone, Ihe cough that follows may develop into chronic bronchitis if ncglcclcd. Crcomuhion relieves piotnplly became it goes into iJie bronchial system ui liclp loosen nnd expel germ laden phlegm, anil aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed hronchial membranes. No matter how many medicines you have tried, Crcomuhion is guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money. Crconmlsion ha* stood Ihe toil of mnny millions of im'rs. CREOMUlfSION nheim Coughs. Chiit Cctdi. Aeutt Eianchitli NO MONTHLY CRAMPS... not even on the VERY FIRST DAY! Doctors' leiti ihowaniBzing pieven- live relief in COIB ofler <DI« of pain, fcactoche*, ntivous feeling!, evenon Ih* fittt, woitl dof of th« peiiadt Many women and girls find that the first- day of the menstrual period is the most difficult to bear I It's the clay on which those torturing cramps, miserable headache and dreadful "limp" feelings take their chief toll. Those sickening feelings may not be necessary at all. No, not even on the first day! In ttsts bv doctors. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege"• table Comjwund slopped or gave striking rclif.t from such functional distress in 3 out of 4 cases! Many women obtained relief for the first, time in years.' Surely . . . these clinical find- Ings will prove of interest to you I •HI Note how PlnVhditVf worlcll Jneluricd in its hen«^ciol nc- f«on is n "cclmlnp" cjjecl on th* utfrus . . . qulctmp con* tractions (sec chart! tfiat so P/len cnrjic mcnstruol crampji ond other distress. Now ... t pom-deadening Scientific ir.i modem in action You know, ot course, how Lydia Pinkham's has benefited many thousands Yon have probably thought of trying it for your own racking cramps. Then act on Ihe barfs of medical evidence! Take L.vdia Pinkhnm's regularly. Sec If your very next period Isn't easier. ..tram the rerv first day! Get Lydia Pinkham's (liquid). Compound or the new, improved Tablets with oddect iron —so convenient to carry and to take Trial size only 59', And remember— Pinkham's is wonderful for functional "hot flashes" and other distress that older women so often suffer during change of life. Wedding .'Party Honored at Dinner Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. George " /les. In the bridge games, Mrs. Robert G. Mcllntiey won high score Mrs. Pollard second high, Mrs Black, brldgo. The brlde-clcct received a gift from the hostesses. The guest list, of 15 Included Miss Donna Wundcrllcii of Memphis, Mrs. James Stocklcy of Marion and Mrs. Howard Graham of Stecle. For this oceasslon, Miss Black wore a frock o( blue silk print, with black accessories nnd a gift corsage of white blossoms. The next a f f h I r planned Is n bridge luncheon to be given Jan. 31 by Mrs. F,. J. Cure and Mrs. R. H. Kirby nt the Cure home. Mrs. L. B Old and Mrs. S. B, Time will entertain Fob. 7 wllh n luncheon. ti Black and her fiance will be complimented that night with n but. fct supper and bridge party by Mr. nd Mrs. James Stocklcy nnrt Mrs. itooklcy's mother, Mrs. s. S. Patterson, at Hol-1 Noble. Mrs. George W. I'ylrs will enter- lahi r-'el). 10 with a bridge luncheon. Mrs. Robert G. Mclliincy and her mother. Mrs. F,. n. Woodson arc planning a bridge luncheon at the Country Club for Feb. 13. A breakfast OH Feb. 14 Is tn be (riven Ijy Miss Barbara Monaghnn and he'r mother. Mrs. Matt. Mtmaghah. nt their home, A party will be given that afternoon by.Mrs. Farroll Berryhlll, Mrs. Lillian Frank and Miss Ernestine French. Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr will entertain on Feb. n with a breakfast and bridge party. A lea Is being planned by Mrs. Margaret Mahan Bell. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims. Mrs. Bnkcr L. Wilson, Mrs. Donna Cooke Wiindcrltch for Feb 21 at Hotel Noble. The couple will share honors nt a supper party to be (,'lvcn Mini night by Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb nt their home. A bridge luncheon Is to be given on Feb. 24 by Mrs. Marvin Nunn nnd Mrs. Marvin Nunn, jr. Mrs. Chester Caldwcll nnd Mrs, John Cnudlll will compliment Miss Hlnck with a brenkfnst Mar. 7. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Mnrr nnd Mrs. c'' E. Wilson will entertain in honor of Die couple that evening at the Man- home. ~^The rehearsal dinner will be given by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard nt the country Club, Other hostesses who plan to cn- tertnln Include Mrs. John Featherstone and Mrs. s. p. Martin, Mrs W. M. Jontz, Mrs. Dale S. liriggs Mrs. f,rnson Day, Miss Nancy Hoi-' land nnd Mrs. Chnrlcs Rose. Settlers Get Public Lands MANILA Ml - The Philippines government will have distributed 611,750 acres of public Innd to set- llers by the fiscal yenr's end next June, says Director of' Lands Jose P. Dans. The government program; In which settlers arc being given farm Innd in tlie Southern ami Centnil Philippines, l.v'-belng carried out with the help of the. U.S. Mutuall Security Agency mission here. Sharing honor's at a dinner party given at the Rustic Inn were Miss Katlierlne Westbrook. and her nan- ce, Willie Dobston of New Albany Miss. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs, Robert K. Carroll, Miss Nora Simpson. 'Miss Rosana Cleveland and Mrs. Jimmy Brnhscum, who entertained members ol the wedding party. A buffet supper was served during the evening to ,lhe 37 guests, nnd miscellaneous gifts were presented to the engaged couple. A while Ince cloth over pink overlaid the tnble. which held ham, turkey nnd the trimmings. Forming the centerpiece was n low crystal Bits of News " 11lo^llt Harold Wilson of Pine Bluff wns the week end guest of Miss Adalinc lee and her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John F. Lee. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson Henry were In Newport, Ark., yesterday to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. .John Keel nnd daughter. Miss Mnry Catherine Keel. Murray Smart 'Jr., has arrived home from Tulnne nt New Orleans to b'e the housegurst of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Murray Smnrt. R. C. Alien, who.Is a student at Vnmlorbllt University. Nashville. Teim., was the week end guest of l}ls mother, Mrs. R. C. Allen. He hnd as his guest, Dick Fox, who is ntso n. student at Vamlerbilt. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Little are vucntloimlng In Texas. At present they are at the Dixie-Dude Ranch in Banderin, Tex, but plan to go to the Oallngcr Ranch nt San Antonio, Tex., about Feb. 1. Gnests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom A. Liltlc for the week end were Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Garner of Greenwood, Miss, For the past year, Mr, and Mrs. Gnrner have made their home In Karachi, India, and In Pakistan. Mrs. Onrncr Is planning to return here for several day; visit, and Mr. Qarner will return to Karachi. She plans to Join him later. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Patton of Jntip.sboi o .were the week end guests ot Mr. Pulton's mother, Mrs. H. c, ration. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon x Sawyer announce the birth of their third child, Phyllis Jean,- Jnn. 23 nt the home of the parents. She has n sister, Dinnnn, C. and a brother, baii- ny, 1. Mrs. Sawyer Is the former Miss Vernellc Austin of Dell, Mr. and Mrs. James Hill. Jr., nre reported to he much Improved mu are recuperating from flu at theli home. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E, Davis spent the week end In Jnckson, Miss., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jam«, nnrt son, Douglas. Prcnlis Jcrnignil of Jackson, Miss., was the week end guest of his parents, the Rev. nnd Mrs. P. H. Jer- nignn. Really "SOCKS" RHEUMATIC, ARTHRITIC PAIN Thousands ore grateful for Ihe wjiy the snlicylnte action of C-2223 speeds relief to rheumatic, ailliritic, muscle pain, Many •calf it "the old reliable" . . . use C-2223 lime and agam to enjoy more plcnsant periods of greater comfort I Price of fust l»ttle back if not satisfied. Get C-2223. LAST TIMES TODAY ? PLUS Paramount News and Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr- & Airs. H. 15. Urnccy "' Mr. & i\lrs. .limmy^_!!rnnsciim Mr. & Mrs. Tummy Woslbrook Mr. Mrs. Kusscll Mnslcy S Family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY JAi Those Hilarious G.I.'s are t>acK: -Staffing TOM EWELL-HHRVEY LEMBEGK-MARI BLANCHARD A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE SHORTS': "Canlion, Danger Ahead" and Novelly Keel RITZ GUESTS Mr, and Mrs. Norman Shields < Mr. and iMrs. Hubert Scymorc ' vand Mrs. .lames Kecne and family Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Key wwl of white and pink gladioli, In- cispcrscd with [ern, and flanked y crystal.candelabra, holding pink apers, The long T-shaped lahle, nl •h!6h the guests were seated, was entered at the head table, with a cm' crystal bowl, holding pink and vhite carnations, Interspersed wllh Ink and while mallne puffs. Oreen- ry ran the full length of the tales, and alUM-nately, at Intervals •ere hjd vases holding pink car- ations, and candelabra holding ink tapers. The place cards were i pink find blue. ' • The hostesses presented Miss Vcstbrook wllh red rose buds for icr shoulder, nnd her mother, wllh corsage of white carnations. For the occassion, Miss West- rood choose a Harvey Bcrln orlg- lal of black nylon Jersey blouse .'ilh a white cotton lace skirt over >lack taffeta. American beauty was the color of ilrs. Wcslbrook's Emma Domb creation fasliloned of Inffela. , Out-of-town guests included Mr ud Mrs. Bill McClure St. Louis Ir. ami Mrs. Russell Simpson ol New Albany, Miss Dorothy Dobon nnd Elmer Dobson of Wilson nd Mrs. Edgar Oslln of Little Rock, Coming Eventj : Monday Members of Kutle HnlUm Young Women's Auxiliary of rirst Bap- ist Church meet with Miss Pat Mulllns at 7:15 p. m. Members of Circle one of Trinity laptist Church meets '.ilth Mrs. C S. Webb lit 645 Lilly; Circle Two vith .Mrs. David McE'eakc at 501 ;herry. ' Lake Street Methodist Women's Society bf Christian service has weekly meeting. Number Ninl Home Demonstrat- on Cluh has monthly meeting. ' Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Rustic Inn. Duplicate Bridge League meets nt the. Country club. Trl-Tmvn Bridge Club Is belii^ entertained by Mrs. Worth Holder. Mrs. Riley B. Jones is hostess to liemlwrs of Tuesday Bridge Club. A semi-monthly meeting of Yar- )ro Home Demonstration Club is to be held. Wednesday Mrs. Lewis Henderson is -hostess to members of Ihe C1B Club. . Mrs. H. W.Wylle is having n luncheon at tlie Country Club for Club Eight. Mrs. G. G. Candill is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. L. E. Old Is hostesses to members of tile Wednesday club. Dcltonian 'Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 n. m. meeting at Hotel Noble. ' Chapter "D 11 of PFX) Sisterhood has 1 p. m. luncheon at Hotel Noble. Dogwood Home Demonstration Club rheeU, Thursday Mrs. Chester Caldwell Is hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Club , T. L. E, club meets with Mrs. William Lambcit. O. E. O. club meets w|th Mrs. James Rogers, Mrs. C. A, Cunningham Is hostess to members of the Mid-week Club. Mrs, Ben Mac White entertains members of La Nueve Club. Mrs. Robert G. MeHnney Is hostess lo members of Kibitzer Club. Thursday Club meets' with Mrs. Bryon Morse. Friday Mrs. Russell C. Parr is hostess to members of Ihe Friday Contract Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge league plays at Hotel Noble beginning at 1 p. m. World Events Hinge on Asia MANILA Wj—A noted American author-educator predicts that the present-day Asinn generation "will determine world events within a feiv years." Dr. Ralph Borsodi of-Melbourne, Fla., describes this era as "tlie critical period of Asian nationalistic aspirations" during which "Asia's great population Is trying to overthrow every vestige of colonialism." "And . nothing will stop it," he acids, Dr. Borsodi and his wife arrived here recently on a ouc-ycar lour of the Par East. Wife Shouldn't. Squelch When Husband Is Trying, to Be a Man 400-Year-Old Bible ROULEAU, Canada up/ — Calvin Blue some day will inherit an antique Bible now owned by his father, Roscoe Blue, 63. The Bible was purchased by the Blue family in Scotland in 1552 and has been handed down from father to son ever since. Says Samuel Qrafton in a national women's magazine: "Tlie time when it Is easiest to hurt and realty affront a.mari Is when he's making a display of his masculinity." He's dead right. And yet a great many wives never seem to be able to let a man show oft, even a little, without making an - acid comment that ruins his show, this tendency of wives to cut their husbands down to husband-sl?.<; nt parties. Joe sits down at the piano all primed to play through his meager repertoire, collect a little applause and quit. But Joe's wife remarks after he finishes tlie first number, "Well, Joe's played his piece. That's over for another evening!"Bill starts telling a story .building up his own role a little in order to impress those present and Bill's wife tri|is him up with a wifely reminder that he wasn't quite the Ruth iMlllett You'll notice 666 LIQUID OR TABltTS IS YOUR ANSWER TO coins: MISERIES Here's why! 606 is time- ' tested. It's tliflVrent. Try 666 vourself icro he is making out. Edd is off in a corner talking to & jretty j'oung woman and obviously convinced she thinks he is fascinating when his wife walks over and says: "Don't you think you'd letter call the baby-sitter, dear, and see if she is getting along all right?" The ways are endless ia which a J'ife can cut a husband down when :ie is asserting his masculinity. She snows him so well, knows all his weaknesses, remembers all his past mistakes, and she can always cnll him back to being "Just a husband" with a word or two, or even a look. Bui, It won't'get her anything but a resentful look from her husband. Whereas if, she lets him show oft now and then without puncturing his self-esteem he'll never get the Idea that his wife is the one woman In Ihe world who doesn't appreciate him. Head Courier News 'Classified Ads. Many Households Hard Hit In Present Wave Of Colds HERE'S A TIMELY WARNING— Health authorities say, rest plenty, cat moderately, avoid crowds and go to bed at first symptoms. It severe, call doctor at once. Epidemic colds often mean headache, fever, 'muscular aches and pains. At very first'sign, pf such discomfort, take two tablets of St. Joseph. Aspirin, repeat as directed to ease headache, check fever, relieve muscle aches. St. Joseph Aspirin is /kit choice of millions. And no aspirin Is surer, faster, or.more dependable. 12tablet tin world's largest seller at lOc. 100 tablets only -i9c. Sold everywhere. CROUPY COUGHS* f ' -Jut totcMi relieved with H»ST SWALLOW >f DR. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission l''lc & 39 C At All Times LAST TIAIKS TONITB Double Feature BRIGHT ViCTOrerHT^ri. T s-,^., i&fs-si&m AS1HUR KENNEDY DOW \ wmt twira • KU cm 0VJULIA ADAMS 4 U^.YHS 1 * AUK'iiiFCAJy. FKtllSt —I'Ins— A UNIYE8Ml-1NI~E8NAll!»ML WTII8F Also Metro N'ews TUKS - \VK» - T1IUKS Double Feature IOBERT YOUNG- JANIS CART!» JACK BUETEL f,>~ i, TECHNICOLOR. •••• —I'lus— GROUCHO MftRX-MARIE WILSON WIUIAM BENDIX Also Cartoon Whitsitt s Final Closeout Sale of SES All Dresses Will Be Sold Below Cost! 33 DRESSES Values to $1'6 Sale <tQ Sale Price 11 Price 28 DRESSES Values to $33 Sale Price $ 12 Sale Price 22 DRESSES Values to $70 Sale (T Price 20 Sale Price 22 DRESSES Values to $19 Sale. ClY Sale •' H:^-*^ W - -" :: Price Fl Price 32 DRESSES Values to $45 , Sale Price $ 15 Sale Price Special Group Dress< Values to $90 ^ '-Hr V Sole Price $ 25 Sale Price One Group Winter Coats CLOSEOUT SPECIAL! This Sale is Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Only! All Winter Stock Must Be S o I d to Make Room For New Spring Merchandise No Exchanges or Refunds — Small Charge for Alterations it's. WhitsittY "Because You Like Smart Things" » '

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