The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUK BLYTHEVILIJ5 (ARK.) COURIER'NEWS Pat Society A/ewA Mullins, Society Editor 9 Phone 4401 Bridge Luncheon Is Given For Miss Betty Black Mrs. R, H. Kirby Bnd Mrs, E. J. Cure entertained with a bridge luncheon Saturday at the Cure liome honoring Mtss Betty Black, bride-elect of T. E. GeesHn ol Drew, Miss, Luncheon was served from a long table In the dining room where a Dresden decorative motif was lised with the colors pink and blue predominating. Dresden candelabra holding glowing tapers in pastel shades stood on each end of the table. In the center was a pink fluted bowl En an antique stiver stand filled with pink sweetheart roses. Floral plaeocards In Dresden holders marked the place lor each guest. Following lunch, the afternoon was spent In playing bridge. High score was won by Miss Bnrbara Mcnaehan and second high by Mrs. F. E. Black. Prizes and a gift to the bride from the hostesses carried out the chosen Dresden theme In their wrapping* of pastel hues with a miniature corsnge on each package. Miss Black, who was'dressed for the occasion In an early Spring model of grey Jersey with collar and cuffs of white pique, was presented a corsage of pink sweetheart roses. Breakfast Given For Bride-Elect Colonial Room ot Hotel Noble WHS the scene Saturday morning [or a breakfast given in honor of Mlo> Katherlne Westbrook when Miss Geneva Shlbley was hostess to a group of seven Irlends. Miss Westbrook. daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. will become the bride or Willie Dobson, of New Albany. Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dobson of Wilson, Ark. Forming the centerpiece for the table, at which breakfast was served, was ft miniature bride and groom, dressed In formal attire. Miss Weslbrook wore for the occasion a dress of navy blue knit touched with creEvm-cotorcd trim «nd navy accessories. She was given a corsage of pink camellias nud a gift In her china pattern. So Wonderfully Simple By Sue Burnett A pretty daytime drcst to Holier t. woman's figure. Anrl it's so neat, and easy to'sew, you can complete It In a few hours' time. Have romirt- ed collar and tied belt In gay contrast. Pattern No. 8925 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 14 16 18 20; 40. 42, 44, 45. Size 16. 4',S yards of 39-Inch; ^i yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COIN'S, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER lo Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qllincy St., Chicago 6, III. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53. spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gilt pat- I've always been my husbands second choice* SHI: Ralph hasn't spoken to me for five days. He prefers any woman's company to mine. Only lack of money keeps him faithful. HE: Alice's jealousy drives me crazy. She likes,, to show I'm a poor provider. I'm cm the edge ot cracking up. C*n TMs M*rrUg< B« Saved? A true ease from a marriage counselor's notebook. Head it in Hj« new February Ladies' Home Journal...on sale notv! RETUOTHKD ,\, — Miss Cor- ;, nelia Celeslin j, Parker of Bly- : (Imville is en- ; gaged lo George Elicit I;a»'j'tnce of Greenwood, Miss., son of Mrs. George Malcolm" Lawrence of Fay- etleville, a n d the laic Mr. Lawrence, It was announced today by the bride - elect's parents, Mr. j and Mrs. Km-' m<:ll Garficld Parker of Gates, Tenn. They will be married in the Spring V^Tg-Kv 1 -/-' Spring Nuptials Planned by Couple Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Oartield Parker of antes, Tenn.j announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Cornelia Cclestla Parker ot Blythevlllc, to George Ellctl Luw- reucc of Greenwood. Miss., son of Mrs. George Malcolm Lawrence ot Fayettcvlllc, and the late Mr. Lawrence. Miss Parker is the granddaughter ot the late Mr. rmd Mrs. J. B. I'nrk- er of Halls, Twin and the late Mr. Shirley Barksdale Complimented at Buffet Dinner Mrs. Hobert Ccrtcmnn, the former Miss Jeanne Campbell, entertained Friday evening with n buffet dinner honoring Miss Shirley Darksdalc at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Miss Biirksdale K-lll he married tomorrow to Prank Wagner, Jr., at the Immaculate Conception Church. Corktalte were served In the recreation room before dinner, where pink and bine hyacinths were used Bt intervals. Mrs. Prank Wagner and Mrs. James Barksdale, the couple's mothers, were special guests,, and were given corsages by tlie liostesfi. The H guests were invited Into the dining room, where an Impoitcd drawn work cloth overbid the la- ble. which was centered with nn ar- mngemcnt ot pink and white gladioli, interspersed with nmline. Pink lapers In crystal candelabra flanked the centerpiece. Plncccnrds were Mod with white wedding bells, nnd Miss Daarksctnle's plncc' was marked by a cluster of wedding bells lied in gold ribbon. Party games were played In the living room following dinner, where a profusion of spring flowers were used. Prizes were kitchen nrticles nnd were Inter presented to the honoree. Miss Barksdale wore for the evening's activities a pink and white striped tuffela model, nnd was given a corsage of pink sweetheart rosebuds. Mrs. Coleman received her guests In n creation of blnck nnd white checked taffeta, with complementing accessories. tern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. and Mrs. S. T. Humphreys of Gates. She was graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she is a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. For tile past thec years she has been a member of Uie Blylhevllle Junior High School faculty. Mr. Lawrence Is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. O. p. Lawrence of Grenada. Miss., and Mrs. M. A. PInkcrton of Fayetlcvllle and the Inte Mr. Pinkerton. He attended the University of Arkansas where he wns a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity nnd won graduated from University of Miss., Oxford. He Is now associated with the Lawrence Printing Co., Greenwood. An early Spring wedding Is plan- njd. 2 Share Honors At Breakfast Party Sunday A bride-elect, Miss Katlicrlnc Westbrook. nnd n recent bride, Mrs. Clyde Patton, were honored with a breakfast yesterday morning at the Kendall Bnrry home, when Mrs. Berry nnd Mrs. Chnrles Ray New- cotnb were hostesses. Miss Westbrook's wedding Is planned tor Feb. 20 nt the First Baptist Church, wiifii-shc will become Hie bride of Wjille Dobson of New Albany. Miss/ Mrs. Pntlon wn.s married in January, and Is the former Miss Leta Rose Cnsllio. Places for the 20 guests were marked by replicas of bridal nose- Knys In artificial flowers..with (he exception of the two honorces. whose places were marked with nosegay corsages of pink sweet- hrnrt rose buds. The hostesses carried out,n pink and while theme, and used for their table centerpiece, a crystal bowl filled with pink and white gladioli. They presented Miss Westbrook and Mrs. Pntton with figurines. For the occasion, Miss Westbrook chose a black crepe dress, which wns fashioned wltli a jacket of white faille. Her hat wns smnll black off- tlie-fncc. with jet beading. Mrs. ration's choice for the occasion wns a Paul Snxs original of red and while print, which featured a red flannel rcillngote. She wore a smnll black velvet hat with blnck nccessories. JiOTOAT, I Bits of News fr/ojflu Home to spend A two-week leave Is Ll. John While, who U stationed In Topcka, Kans. The son ol Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White, he will report Jor oversea* assignment when he returns. Mrs. J. a. Trleschmann, daughter, Linda, Mrs. Russell C. Pnrr, and Mrs, lone Gore spent the weekend In Ilattleshurg, Miss., where they attended a Chi Omega Mother- Daughter banquet ot Mississippi Southern College, as guests oJ Misses Donna Sue Gore ami Sally and Jo Ann Trleschmann. Miss Jo Ami Trieschmann IB president of the chapter there and presided at the banquet. Mrs. Ray Hall, who accompanied the group to Mississippi, vlfiltcd In Duck Kill during the week end. Edwin Wallace, who spent the semester holidays with his parents, has returned to the University, of Arkansas. He was accompanied by Don Wallace, who Is entering school (here. /Set. and Mrs. O. M. Baxter, Jr., of Butte, Mont., are guests of his p;irenls, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baxter. Sgt. Buxter Is en route to Ft. Lewis, Wash., where he will report for overseas duty. Mrs. Baxter. Jr., plans to remain In Blvthe- vllle where she will make her home during the absence of her husband. Cpl.'and Mrs. William R. Humphrey o! Wichita Palls, Tex., were guests of Mrs. Humphrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Regan, during the week end. They came especially for the wedding of Miss Nancy Murray to Jim Ingram In Wynne, Ark. Miss Jane Wilson and Miss Shirley King, who are students at the University of Arkansas, are spending several days here as guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. W. Fletcher King. Elza Wheeler and JlmtnEc Sanders have returned home from Chicago, where they spent last week on B business trip. Yeoman Third Class and Mrs. Chnrles Buford Young, who hove been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bnford Young, left yesterday . for McKInney, Tex., where Mrs. Young will make her home with her parents. Yeoman Young will go to Sim Francisco, where he will be flown to Japan to serve aboard a minesweeper. Russell Phillips, Jr., is spending several days here. He Is a student at University, of Arkansas. Duplicate League Has Weekly Meet A three-table Howell movement was conducted Saturday afternoon, when members of BlylheviUe Duplicate Bridge Tjeague met at Hotel Noble for a weekly game. Mrs. S. E. 'lime and Mrs. O. W. Affliek took first place, with second going to Mrs. W. A. Aftllck and Mrs. F. W. Whitner. Coming Ewnts Tuesday Members of the Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church have supper party at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Russell C. Farr, when MM. J. M. Walls Is co-lioxicss. Mba Polly Stewart is hostess to members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at 7:30 p.m. Mrs, Hoy Kirksey Is co-hostess. Mrs. Lee Stiles is hostess at 313 North Sixth to members of the East Side Garden Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the.Country Club. Mrs. Max Reid Is hostess to members ot the Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Gene Teaford is hostess to members ot the Trl-Town Bridge Club. Y. M. Birthday club has meeting. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary meet at the hut. Wednesday Mrs. Charles Brogdon is In charge of a program on house plants, which Is to be given at 2:30 p.m. for the Garden Department of the Woman's Club at the club. Mrs. James B. Clark is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. G. O. Poetz is hostess to members of Club Eight. Clii meets with Mrs. Lewis Henderson. Mrs. E. J. Cure has Wednesday Club meeting. Thursday Mrs. W. L. Homer is hostess to members of the Mid-Wcek Club. Mrs. Newton Whltis entertains members of the La Nueve Club. .Thursday Contract Club Is being entertained by Mrs. O. a. Caudill Hotel Noble Is scene for Duplicate Bridge f,eap,ue meeting. Mrs. J. H. Smart is hostess to members of Kibitzer Club. Mrs. J. F. Scrape Is hostess 'to members of the TLE Club. OEO Club is being entertained by Mrs: Johnson Blackwcll. Friday Mrs. Russell C. Farr is hostess to members of the Friday contract Club. Mrs. Chester Caldwell enlerlains members of Chapter "N" of PEo at 2 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League begins playing at 1 p.m. ' Saturday Polio Benefit Dance in Hotel Noble's Mirror Room. Old pnint can be removed from window glass with an old safety razor blade or a pad moistened with paint remover. BIjthevlIIe Hospital Dismissed: H. R. Eddiheton, Steele. Mrs. Ira Gray, city. Mrs. Max Rlggs and baby. city. Mrs. Minnie Azbell, Cooler, 1 Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Elizabeth Morris, city. Mrs. Jonell Stiles, city . • Mrs. Lawrence Stable', city. Frank Elledge, city. Mrs. Ruth Long, city. Mrs. W. C. Maxwell, city ' F. G. Reichel, city. Mrs. N. H. Littleton. Manila. Mrs. A. P. Klncatd, Memphis. Donna Mister, city. Mrs. Pearl Smith, city. Lurlee Taylor, city. Dave Lewis, Armorel. Epidemic of Colds Adding Many To "Sick List"In Industry, Offices With the contagion spreading th rough entire familic.^ these a I mpl e precautions are 11 rgeil. Avoid crowds, eat sensibly, rest plenty. IE cold symptoms do occur, don't expose others. At first sign of headache, fever, muscle soreness nnd pain, go to bed. Take 2 tablets of St. Joseph Aspirin with water. Repeat as directed. This qulcltly checks fovcr, cases muscle paEn and weariness, relaxes you, Induces much needed rest that helps you feel belter. St. Joseph Aspirin is aspirin at Ha best Tor the Tost relief you need during this epidemic. Carry the 12 tablet tin of SU Joseph Aspirin in pocket or purse, it's "the world's largest seller at lOc." And by all means, today buy the big family size 100 tablet bottle for 49c so that you have this dependable relief within easy reach nt home. Be sure to ask at your drug counter for St Joseph Aspirin, YOU Can Nave Natural Gas RIGHT NOW! Von don'l have lo wait any longer (o enjoy (he many advantages of Natural Gas. We'll finance your natural gas pipe installation for you, and let 'you pay us back on low monthly Installments. 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That's far simpler than trying to recall-how. a-, foolish quarrel got started in the first place. Not to Interrupt when your husband Is telling a story. That will be far more appreciated than remembering a date and correcting his facts. To keep calm In small household emergencies, if you can do that you won't hove to wrack your brains quite so hard to remember where you put this or put that. The interests ot others. The woman who does that Is credited with more than a good memory. She is also credited with an understanding heart. Remember so many ot the good ihings that happen to you that there isn't room to atorc up past hurls and nurse old grinlgCK. And remember to make your JuesUs feel comfortable and at home in your house ,but forget to try to make an Impression on them. And if you want men to find you •Utractive, never for a minute forget that a man is a man. A good ironing Job can be done on thickly embroidered material if the board is very heapiiy padded. The padding allows the embroidery to sink down into Its depth so that the iron passes over the foundation material. Read Courier News Classified Adi. MISERIES? WHY DON'T YOU TRY > It's different.' It's time- teslcd. Even if others , .. failed you, try C60. NO MONTHLY CRAMPS... not even on the VERY FIRST DAY! Doctor* 1 t*iht thaw of pain, backac • Women and girls u-ho e function* i**, ntrvous f eel ing i suffer from the uncon* ally-caused cramps, back- achea and headaches due to meixstruation — who feel upset and Irritable on certain "particular days" every month — may be su/- •' faring quite needlessly} Such is the conclusion from tests by doctors in which Lydia E. Phikham's Vegetable Compound stopped or cave amazing relief of such distress In 3 out of 4 of the cases . . . even on the very first and worst day of the period/ Ye si Medical evidence era in action. It exerts a rs- mRikahly calmlny tfTect oa' the utenis— without the use of pain-deadening drugs! 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