The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 31, 1953
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •ATORDAT, JAN. 81..1W Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Betty Black Is Honored at informal Coffee Complimenting Miss Betty Black, bride-elect of T. E. Geeslln. Brew. Hiss, an Informal coffee was given yesterday afternoon at the nome of Mis. L- E. Baker. Hostesses Included Mrs. Farrcll Berryhill, Mrs. Curt Anderson, Miss Sunshine Swift, Mrs. Betty McLcod, Mrs. Earl NaU, Mrs. Julian Wilson and Mrs. Baker. An honored guest was Mrs. t. 6. Black, mother of the bride-elect. Miss BlacR, for the occasion, wore a suit of oVown, with yellow blouse and brown accessories, She was giv en a corsage of yellow carnations. Other guests at the coffee were members ot the faculty at Centra Grade School, where Miss Black teaches. Seen about the llvl^iE room at in tervals were bouquets of Sprin flowers In various colorful shades : The hostesses' gift was a crysta tray on silver etand. Shirley Burks To Say Vows in April Ceremony Miss Shirley Hiirki School Releases Honor Roll For First Semester •Jo Alice McGulre. Bonnie Nell -McConntck and Patsy Caldwell hold top first semester records at Bly- thevllle High School, It was announced late yesterday by W. D. Tommey, principal. Forty five, others have been named on the first semester: honor roll, and 37 made honorable mention. Those named on the honor roll were Hugh Hopper. Sam Luni, Frums Borowsky, Patsy Yarbro, Janice.Johnson, Danny Cobb, Ron- rial Johnson, Jean Bradley, nulh Johnston, Charles Langston, Sue Jobe, Louise Goff, Laura Hemby, Joe Young, .Eugene Belknap. Earl Hyde. Marilyn Dougherty, Mnr- Jorle Dougherty, Carol Ann Holt, 1 Eugene Still, James Hubbard. Lawrence Bradley, Betty Lee Garrott, 1 Gall Whltsllt, Mary Beth DanlcV, | Bob Chlldress. Johnny O'Brien, Peggy Taylor, Shirley Wade, Charles | Aycock, Deanna Crews, Sammy House, Carmen Gary, Nina Richardson, June Cunningham. Evelyn I Bowen. Patsy Weaver, Joe Whlsen- 1 hunt, Max Hill, Jimmy Weedman I Gailya Stllwell, Jim Tompkins, Jack I Johnson, Harold Daniels. Jimmy | Tilley. '.','; 'Honorable Mention roll Includct I Jlmrnle.Lee Moore, Calvin Czeschln I KprrrrSri Bavis^A'nn Perry, Frances I Slayton, Johnny Logglns, Emade 1 Swearengen.' Martha Ann Foster j .Terry Edwards, Jan Dickcnson, Brit I Owens, Harvey Smith, Bobby Lc I Hill, Bobbie June Klllian. Bertha | Gaines, Leon Prlvett, Barbara Wat I kins. Millie Bradley. ; Jimmy Nelson, Shirley Lovelace I Snndra Long,- Jeannctte Huey j Quentlne Sandlih, Drane Adams I Peggy Ollmer, Anna Mae Gree 1 Ray Westbrook, Joan Earls. Bo I Black, James Kitchens, Harol L Wright, Dwalne Graham, charle Ray Hall, Demetra Crews, Kalhe 1 rine Forshee, Condon Bush, Etl Yancey. Bits of News 'oil Mr. and Mrs, John Burks an noimce the engagement of thcl daughter, Miss Shirley nurks, t Francis J. Houle, son of Mrs. Hos Easterly of Syracuse, N. Y. Miss Burks, a member of the senior class of Burdeltc High School, Is a member of the Future Homemakers Club, and the 4-H Club. Mr. Hmile Is a graduate of Smith Technical High School of Syracuse, where ho majored In electronics. Prior to entering the service he was employed by General Electric, and Is currently stationed at Milllngton Naval Air Station. They plan to be married In April. Family Night Held By Company Here Family night was held Thursday ght at the Jaycee Club, for cm- oycs and their families of south- eslorn Bell Telephone Company, bout 175 guests attended. A trio, composed of Mrs. Sue Bates, Mrs. Betty Dlldine and Miss tfary Lou Sawyers, accompanied by Ilss Nancy Bratcher, presented several selections. Following a film, "Many Voices." Srvlng Mattlck gave a demonstrat- d lecture using as his subject "Ml- ro-wnves In Yollr Telephone." Kelo Brooks served as master of ceremonies. Refreshments were served from a table overlaid In a blue and while cloth and centered with a low ob- ong bouquet of blue and white carnations. Blue : candles..ln crystal candelabra flanked the'centerpiece. Guests were then invited to the aiythcvlllc office for u tour of the building; Larry LuU and Charles Booke re among students at Universal f Arkansas who arc hpendlng th emester holidays here with the! larents. Miss Patsy Bartholomew, who 1 a student nt Blue Mountain College Blue Mountain, Miss., is the house ;uest of her parents, Mr. and Mr j. C. Bartholomew. Jerry Berry, who is the housegnes of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kei dall Berry, plans to enter Unlverslt ot Mississippi next week. Mrs. Bill Nunncleo and daughtc Deborah, of Columbus, Cia., are he as guests of her parents. Mr. ai Mrs. K, L. Oalnes. LI. Nunnel who is stationed at. Fort Bcnnln Ga'., will arrive next week. He bcii.,j transferred to Camp Polk, Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger are recuperating at their home from llu. Both have been confined for the past two weeks but are reported ;o be improving. Mrs. J. A. Sallba left today for Atlanta, Ga., where she will be the guest of her nephew, Dr. Cccty Sal- lba and family. Miss Janet Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson left today for Cdlumbia, Mo,, where she will enroll at University of Missouri. Miss Nelson Is a Junior. Ed Arlln Rhodes. Jr.. Is en route to San Diego, Calif,, after being accepted Into the Marine Corps. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rhodes, he will be In basic training mere for Osceola News By BETTYE NELLB 8TAML TO APPEAR HKHE—Russ Car- Lyle and his orchestra, which features Nadine West, vocalist, and Mike Caranda. piantat, are scheduled to play Feb. n at tlje Country Club. MembDifc of the club and their out-of-town eucsts will attend the dance, which begins at C p.m. Mirror Room Is Scene of Dance Miss rigs Honored Mrs,. Joe Rhodes. Sr. Mrs. Ouy Bryant and Mrs.. J. S. McCanls complimented Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg Tuesday night with a neigh borhood party.• Twenty eight at tended the affair honoring the bride-elect, Corsages of white carnations wer presented the honoree and he mother, Mrs. J. A. Plgfj. Mrs. Ro land Orcen of Blythevllle was special guest. Arrangemenls of white carnations and white gladioli were used throughout Mrs, Rhodes' home. The dining table carried out the stiver nd white theme that was evident n alt the decorations, For the occasion, Miss Pigg chose a black spring frock. Frosty white collar and cuffs were sprinkled with rhinestoncs. The evening was spent n playing progressive hearts. Mrs. Lcs Foster won high, Mrs. Ed Wiseman won second and Mrs. Lcc Maxwell won third. Qlfts from ' the three hostesses were presented Miss The Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was the scene of a junior high canteen dance last nluht. which was attended by 150 (students. Party loods were served" during the evening. Chaperons for the occasion In eluded Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt Mr. and Mrs. W..W. Peek, Mr. am Mrs. G. L. Smythe and Mrs. Han Weedmnn, the next 10 weeks. Miss Frelda Finchcr and Miss Valima Sheppard. both of Dell, were Initiated into the Sigma Kappa. Sorority at Memphis State. Dale Canftctd of Fayettcvllle Is the guest of Freddy Smith and his mother, Mrs. Ann Smith. Uoth Dale and Freddy are students at University of ArXn nsas. Among students »t University of Arkansas who are home for Ihc mid-term holidays ore Ira Nceley Coonce, Pat Burks and E. B, Gee, Jr. Half Moon Class Has Social Meeting- Members of the adult class of Half Moon Baptist Church met rtursday evening, with 11 members nd two guests attending. Mrs. Sarah Hicks gave the devo- onal and opening prayer. In a islncss session, "Bathney" was the amc adopted by the class. Thcl notto Is "Heady to Answer God all." and their aim Is "To Serv lod Faithfully." Games were directed by Mrs. T .. Richardson and Mrs. Barnc 3arnes won first place. In other business. Mrs..Clay Sta Ings was elected reporter. Refresh tienU were served at the close he evening. A'salad course was served at the conclusion. 1'ilrh Club Meets Mrs. A. W. Bowen's home held a Spring atmosphere in the arrangements of Jonquils. Dutch Iris, gladioli and Japonlca blossoms when sh* was hostess to her four-table pitch club with Mrs. J. W. Whit worth, Mrs. E. H. Burns, Miss Blanche Cleere, Mrs. P^ Ohlemlorf, Mrs. Ed Wiseman and Mrs. Bettye Nellc Starr as special guests. A dessert course preceded the games of pitch. Mrs. Ely Driver won high club prize, Mrs, Ohlendorf. high guest, Mrs. Burns low score and Mrs. R. C. Bryan won bridgo. Coming Events •rklc* LMgtw nwettn*. I Mri. i, X. 8m*rt if members of KlbltMr Club. Mrs. J. F. Scrape U hostew t» members of the TLE Club. QEO Club is being entertained by Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. Mrs. Morris Ozment 1 Entertains Club Mrs. Morris Oznient entertained last night with a party for members of the Stitch and Chatter Club, I when Mrs. Bill Patton was introduced as a new member of the club. Party games were conducted \vlth Mrs. Frank Perkins, Mrs. Patton. and Mrs. T. A. Mtzzell winning La Finesse Club Has Meeting Three guests attended a meeting of the LEI Finesse Club yesterday, when Mrs, Everett Peterson wns hostess nt the home of Mrs. W. M. Jontz. Guests Included Mrs. Bin Nunne- Ice, Mis, Edgnr Oslin nnct Mrs. Ora- dy MaRcc. Mrs. Peterson served n. dessert course nnd later in the afternoon, the guests \vere entcrtntncd by play-: InK bridge. Winners included Mrs. Mngee," first place; Mrs. Jack Webb, second ptnce; and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, brirtgo. -ormer Resident Weds in Colorado Ml* Winifred Bertram of Color*, do Springs, Colo., became the bride of M/Sgt. Halph N. Farrar, a forme resident of Blythevlllfe and nephew of Mrs. J. D. McDowell. The marriage took place in Col orado Springs Jan. 10. Sgt. Farrar i now with the 3320th Tochnlca Training Wing at the Armarlllo AI Force Base, in Texas, where he wi be Joined by Mrs. Farrar In Mnrcl Mrs. J. L. Ward assisted her daughter In serving the guests'. Brltle Honnretl The 'Christian Workers of the Dorcas Class Has Business Meeting Mrs. 'Herman Mays was hostc ,o members of the Dorcas Class Calvary Baptist Church for th monthly business and social mee Ing, Thursday night, when 10 me bers and two guests; Mrs. Sac Cunningham and.Miss, Ann-Nan attended. r - -.'' ' Miss Ellen Moore led the opening prayer, and Mrs. Uobort Wade gave the devotional. In games played during the evening, Mrs. Leland Hodge nnd Mrs. C. s. Birmingham were awarded prizes. Refreshments were served at the conclusion ot the evening. First Christian Church in Osceola were hostesses Monday to one of the largest parties they have had during the winter. The occasion was honoring a recent bride. Mrs. M. U Fairlcy, with i miscellaneous shower and the outgoing president and new president of Christian Workers. Mrs. L. C. B. Young is the outgoing president and Mrs. H. I,. Veasinan will be the new president. The affair was given in the home of Nfrs. Bruce Ivy. The bridal table was centered with a bride ant groom and was flanked with burn- Ing white tapes. Elizabeth Ann Ivy presented Mrs Patrley her gifts .which were dis played on a tea cnrt and wheelec In at her special chair. Whit gladioli were In'evidence through out. the Ivy home. Gifts were pre sented the thrje-honorees. Hefresh ' By Sue Burnett A lovely shaped collar and twin pockets add new charm to this practical classic dress. You can wear It everywhere and know you look your best. Cap or regulation short sleeves are provided. Pattern No. 8705 is a sew-rite per- porated pattern in sizes 14, 1C, 18. 20; 40, 42, 44, 46-6ize 18, 3» yards of 38-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address', size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 37S Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASH- N for '53, spring and summer, s a complete spring sewing guide r smart, practical wardrobes: gift attorn printed inside the book. 25 nts, , Monday Members of Trinity Baptist Women'« Missionary Union 'Circles One and Two have 2:30 p.m. meeting for business and Royal Service program. The Business Women's Circle his 7:30 p.m. meeting with MUs Willie Henson. Miss (Catherine Westbrook Is hostess to members of the Katie Haton Young Women's Auxiliary of the Irst Baptist Church. --, „ All circles of the Women's Society playing at 1 p.m, of Christian Service of the First Japtlst Church meet togetHer for wslness and program meeting at 2:30 at the church. Members of the Woman's Auxll- ary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church have 8 p.m. meeting at 916 Pecan with Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. Tuesday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the Country Club. Mrs. Max Reid is hostess to members of the Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Gene Teaford Is hostess to members of the Trl-Town Bridge Club. Y. M. Birthday Club has meeting. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary meet at the hut. Wednesday , Mrs. James B. Clark Is hostess to members of the Town and Coun- trv Club. Mrs. G. O. Poelz Is hostess to members of Club Eight, CIB meets with Mrs. Lewis Henderson. Mrs. E, J. Cure has Wednesday Club meeting. Thursday Mrs. W. L. Horner Is hostess to members of the Mld-Week Club. Mrs: Newton Whitis entertains Mre. Russell O. Farr k hc4te« to memberi ol the Friday Contract Club. Mra. Chester Caldwell entertain* members of Chapter "N" of PEO »t 2 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Leagu* begin* Saturday Polio Benefit Dance In Hotel No. ble's Mirror Room. Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Junior Parrlsh and baby. City Mrs. J. M. Gordon, City G. E, Tomllnson, City Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Robert Schrlber, Indianapolis, Ind., and Beatrice .Brimhall, Manila; William W. Rhodes, Chaffce. Mo., and Alice Ann Mosley, Blytheville. members ol the La Nueve Club.. Thursday Contract Club Is being entertained by Mrs. O. O. Caudill. To remove perspiration and dye, stains from underarms of white blouses, try oxalic acid solution and ammonia if the material is cotton or linen. It may be necessary to Hotel Noble Is scene for Duplicate follow with color-remover. Shower Is'Given For Recent Bride Mrs. Alvln Wallace was hostess to 38 gucsls at a miscellaneous shower given for Mrs, Jimmy Ho<Jgc, who Is the former Miss Ruby Davis. Mrs. Hodge was recently married. Mrs. Jess Hyde won a prize In party games. During the evening, Mrs. Andy Bevll assisted the hostess In serving refreshments from the dining room table, which was overlaid with lace and centered with spring blossoms. of the part_ 50 Club Meets Eighty members ot the 50 Clu gathered for their regular monthl buffet supper dance Thursday eve nlng at the Hut. / The buffet table was overlal with a lace table cloth and was centered with an arrangement daffodils and Dutch Iris. Yellow ta pers were tied In with the'cente prizes. Ing the evening. •cd riur- Semi-Canasta Club Holds Meeting Here Members of the Seml-Cnnosta Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. nil! Hrnbovsky, when their guest was Mrs. Betty Knlpplc. Winners of the afternoon's canasta game were Mrs. Paul Lawrence, first place, the hostess In second |>lftce. and Mrs. Knlpple. low. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. ecc. A menu of fried chicken, allan rcast of beef, shrimp cre- e and a lobster mold were the „... dishes served. Following the meal, dancing to le music of Y alley's band of Mem- hts and specially numbers by \Vil- Bloom provided the evening's Uertai"ment. Church Group tu Meet Monday afternoon, the Christian Yorkers will hold their first mcet- ng of the new year with their ew president, Mrs, H. L. Veasman f Reiser, presiding over the meet- ng. A mission study program is >lanned for the afternoon. 'Personals TTiffsf"Jjoe'''Sull6m. 1 Sr., ! and Mr Johnny Grain flew to Nashville Wednesday for a visit with their laughters, Miss Joanne Cullom and \fiss Mary Ann Orals, who are students in VanderbiH. Mrs. .1. H. Hook. Mrs. C. E. Sul- enger, Mrs. J. H. Lovewell and Mrs Kate Hale returned home Wednes day after spending 10 days In Mo 3ile and New Orleans. NORTH* STAR SUPPER CLUB North Hiway 61 Blytheville, Ark. Open Nightly 5 p.m.-2 a.m., Including Sunday MENU BROILED KG CHOICE T-BONE -- 20 oz. 3.00 KG CHOICE FILLET M1GNON -- 8 oz. 2.50 ONE-HALF (pan fried) CHICKEN ( with HOT BISQUITS, MILK GRAVY 1.50 BROILED CHICKEN LIVERS 1-50 FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP ' 1.35 HAMBURGER STEAK 1.25 Served With Abovfe Orders: French Fried Potatoes Tossed Green Salad Hot Rolls Beverage \Ve Make Our Own Roquefort Cheese Dressing Sandwiches The "Dixiecrats" fvery Saturday Night Phone 9761 for Reservations Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times TODAY ONLY! Double Fenture First Run in Ulylheville S Forget Washday Drudgery, Send Us Your Laundry! LAUNDRY - CLEANERS CXRU ItlENOk HMERT *R«STHON6 nUHKW-HUGH STWEFUSC SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE iax urn SERIAL: Son of Gcronimo nnd Cartoon SERIAL: Phantom Empire Cartoon: Happy Holland SUNDAY & MONDAY BLAZING WITH THRILLS! 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