The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 5, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 5, 1953
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR NewA P»t Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Luncheon Given For Bride-Elect Betty Black Miss Betty Black was again honored Tuesday ivhen Mrs. E. B, Gee and MIE, C. W. Affllck entertalred with A luncheon and bridge fit the Gee home. \ Mbs Black, who Is a daughter of Mr. ard Mra. F.' E. BJack, will fcc- conie the bride of T, E. Gecslin of Dre<v, Mis*., In a spring \ved(Ung. Twelve guestfi attended the three- course luncheon which was served In the dining room, where B white and gold color scheme was used, Flanking & centerpiece formed of white stocks and gold fern, was a pair of antlflue gold glromloles holding white tJapers. Miss Black was presented a gift corsage of white carnations tied with gold ribbon. To further the scheme, packages were wrapped with white and tied with gold. Seen !n the entertMning rooms where bridge garnes worn conducted, wns a profusion of carnations, glad- loll, Dutch irts, and other spring flowers. Winners of the bridge games *vere Mrs, J. M, Williams, Jr.. and Mrs. Johnny White. For the occasion, Miss Black chose » two-piece dress of blue, which was touched with blue velvet at the small rolled collar and fitted cuffs and buttons down the front were of blue velvet. SHe was given guests towels by the hostesses. A special guest was her mother, Mi's. F. E, Black. C1B Club Has . Dessert-Bridge The home of Mrs. Lewis Hendcr- aon was the scene last evening of a meeting of the GIB Club members, when an extra table of guests attended the dessert bridge. Mrs. Gerald Blomeyer, Mrs. James Rogers, Mrs. Joe McHaney and Mrs. E. L. Boggs were • the guests. Red and white provided a color scheme which was carried out in nil decorations, nnd the valentine mo- tlf was further seen, 1'n the cherry tarts in heart shapes. Winners of the bridge game were Miss Vera Goodrich, -first place, Mrs. Rogers, second place, and Mrs. McHaney, brldgo. '. " . Wednesday Club Has Luncheon Mrs. E. J. euro entertained members of the Wednesday Club ycs- • terday at her home when three guesU attended the luncheon meet- Ing. Included in the guests were Mrs. C. W. Affllck, Mrs. Rlley B. Jones, and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. A low silver bowl, which held an arrangement of white stocks formed the centerpiece for the luncheon .table. Bridge games provided the. afternoon's entertainment, when winners Included Mrs. . Isaacs, high score, and Mrs. L-. E. Old, second high. Woman's Club Is Scene of Meeting Members ot the Garden' Department ot the Blythevllle Woman's Club met at the club yesterday, when a round table discussion was con. ducted In the absence of Mrs. Charles Drogdon, program leader. Mrs. J. V. oats presided at the business session. Mrs. George Lee, Mrs. W. L. Whlttaker and Mrs. O. E. Knudscn gave valentine arrangements. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. Ed Rice. Mrs. Knudsen and Mrs. C. A. Tant, who served a dessert course and presented members with valentine sachets as favors. Cooter Couple's Engagement Told Announcement 's being made today of the ciieage cut of Miss Shirley Thomas lo tax Johnson, by the bride-elect's parent.';, Mr. rind Mrs. Marsha!! Thomas of Cooler, Missouri. Miss Thomas, a graduate of Cooler High School, attended Southwest Baptist College, Bolivar, Mo. She Is now employed by the book- kccpinc department of Number Nine Plantation. Mr, Johnson Is a graduate of Cooter High School and also is employed by the Number Nine Plantation. The wedding will be held Fcb 21 at Cooler Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Rustic Inn Is Scene of Party >- Mrs. James B. Clark enlcrlalned nt the Rustic Inn yesterday for members of the Town and Country Club und. guests, Mrs. John Cocke of Birmingham, Ala., a guest of her parent.';, Mr. nnd Mrs?'M. N. Nunn, Mrs. p. D, Foster and Mrs. Ed Dicks. Mrs. Clark used n Valentine motif In her tallies, refreshments and decorations. G Winners of the bridge game which provided the afternoon's entertainment, were Mrs. rosier, first place, and Mrs.'•Clark, second place. Club Eight Meets In Poetz Home Mrs. o. O. Poetz entertained y"es- tcrday with a dessert bridge when her guests Included members of Club Eight, Mrs. Sam Head of Prcs- colt. Ariz., a hoiiscguest of Mrs. Paul Jobe, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, nnd Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. In the afternoon's bridge games Mrs. Jesse White won high score, Mrs. Poelz, won second high, and Mrs. R, C. Allen won hrldgo. Guests high score went lo Mrs. McWaters. , The hostess used Jonquils In the entertaining rrfom. Auxiliary Holds Meeting in Home Members of the Pentecostal Indies' auxiliary of (he Pull Gospel Tabernacle met nt Ihc home of Mrs. Audie Travis last niglit for a business session. Tlie opening prayer was by Mrs. Burtls Waliicn. ,Mrs. • Jack Dudash gave the devollo'linl anrt presided in the absence of Mrs. Fred Hodge, president. * Refreshments were served. Sing-ing Is Planned By Convention Here A meeting of the Mississippi Comity Singing Convention Is being planned for Sunday nt 2 p.m., il Calvary Baptist Church here. The monthly alTalr will bo pre- iidcd over by Hubert Polsgrove, president of the organization. Guest singers will be the Carl Bnrnhtll Quiutetle from Parngould. The meeting will be open to other denominations. Coming Events • • Friday Mrs. Russell C. Parr ts hostess to members of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Cheslcr Caldweil entertains members of Chapter "N" of PEO ot 2 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League begins ploying nt 1 p.m. University euro has dunce at Hotel Noble with Mr. and Mrs Newton Whttis, Mr. ami Mrs. Joliu- ny White, nnd Mr. nnrt Mrs. Bet- Mac White as hosts. Bits of News Mrs. Jim Slocklcy of Marion spent yesterday here with her imjthcr, Mrs. S. s. Patterson, and her grandmother, Mrs. W. T. Oberst, She came especially to be with her grandmother, who been 111 at. her home for Hie post several days. Mrs, DoyJe Henderson, Mrs. O. W. Ghrrlgnn. Mrs. S. Jledcl nnd Mrs. Loy Welch arc in Maiden, Mo., today where they will attend Iho funeral of W. n. Waltrlp of Maiden, father of Mrs. W. I'. McDaniels of Memphis, and formerly of Blylhe- ville. Mrs. Elmer Norman arrived home from Memphis yesterday alter spending a week with her sister Mrs. Dale [lorn, who underwent surgery there last, week. Mrs. Horn's condition Is reported slightly Improved. She is at the Methodist Hospital, Room 305. ' Mrs. Ixmnte Fulgham was admitted to BlythevlJle Hospital yesterday, where she underwent surgery. Her condition la satisfactory. Mrs. Emma Huddlcston of Oneida, Tonn., Is expected to arrive this week to be the guest ot her daughter, Mrs. Paul Human, and family. Mrs. John. Kelley of Senatobln, Miss., is the houscguest of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Ber^y of Wash- ngton, D. C., announce the birth of n daughter today at the Gar- flcid Mcmorlnl Hospital. They have a son, Michael Dale. Mrs. Berry's mother, Mrs. Fannie Llntwnlcli, Is :here to be with her daughter, the former Miss Carolyn Llntzcnlch. Among Blythcvillc residents In Memphis yesterday to visit Mrs. Dale Horn, a patient at the Methodist Hospital we're Mrs. Love- Adams, Mrs. Clair Miller and Jtri Alvlti Hardy. Blinking Rests, Protects Eyes . By ALICIA IIAHT NBA lie.lllly Kilitor Have you noticed the difference n eyelid action between young and old? Young girls 'eyes ore always linking—not/= consciously but nat- irally, without their thinking—to :cep out dust and to rest the eyes. As ago sets in, the eyelids become more and more still—you mtiy see n conspicuous slow blink every few minutes. It seems an effort!for the aged to move their eyelids.'Before this old- before-your-tlme condition has any chance to set in, think about your jllnking. Do It often—at least every (no when you arc reading, tc com- mt fatigue, and frequently when ,'ou are looking at any thine Intcnt- y—whether at pictures In a museum or al a-tennis ball flying back and forth. AtBHnklng eye Is allve- ooking. If you Would have disarming eyes, cnrn to use them effectively. Don't ct them dart about nervously, took icople up am) down or stare fixedly, ^ook people In the eyes often as you talk with them so they will know you are interested. If you want someone to gel the ML effect of a look, don't Jerk your licad and cyca about In one Imperfectly coordinated swoop. Move your eyes firsl and then follow with your head, gradually. The head should never be jerked but. moved with slow grace. If you can't feel your eyes light up when you smile, it's better not to smile nt nil. A forced smile is charmless. Wait until you feel one BIYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEW» UTORSDAY, FEB. S, Osceola News By BEXTVE NEIXE STARE Bride-Elect Honored Among (ho parties given (or bride-elect Miss Evelyn Jean Plgg was the dinner party Monday night given by Mrs. A.- J. Florida and Mrs. Corlne Williams at the home ot Mi*>. Florida, MinoreC Manor Creeling the 12 young women, were the hostesses, who were attired in cotklull drCMes. Yellow roses in silver urns were nliict'U around at Intervals In (he foyer. Red roses in sliver bowls tied in wilh the living room color (scheme. Tiie guests were scaled at the dining room where a bridal theme was carried out with pink carnations interspersed with illusion. The honorce's place was marked by a white orchid corsage. At each guests, place was a leathered carnation corsage in pastel pink. f A silver wire heart carried out the hearts and flower bridal theme. Following dinner, bridge and canasta supplied the evening's entertainment. Mrs. K. D. Mears won high bridge score. Miss Mary Eliz abelh Balleau won high canasta, fjrs. J. A. PJjg won bridge, and Mrs. Walter Daniels won low bridge prize. ' The hostesses presented silver to Miss Plge and a gift to her mother. Mrs. Roland Green of Bly- thevllle was an out-of-U>v;n guesv. ITA to Meet Hay Mann, president of Parent- Tcachers Association, announces tht there will be n special Founder's Day program when PTA meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the elementary school. Mrs. ,T. E. Sink of Newport, slate president, will be a special guest. Subject of her talk will be "A Good Citizen Considers His Heritage." Circles Meet The two circles of Ihc Presbyterian Church held their meetings Monday afternoon. i Circle One met with Mrs. Steve Bowker. Fourteen • members were present. Mrs. Davfcl Lancy presided in the absence of Mrs. Dick Cromer, Mrs. H. C. Bryan and Mrs. E. L. Taliaferro took part in the program. ' The hostess served a dessert course and coffee at the conclusion of the program. Circle Two met with Mrs, Don Bloclgclt. Twelve members were present, Mrs. Ed Simmons presided over the meeting in the absence of Mrs. A. w. Bowen. Mrs. Joe Cromer gave the Bible study. Mrs. S. D. Carpenter and Mrs. George Doyle took part on the program. A dessert course was served during the social hour. Hridj-e Club Meets Mrs. Ed Simmons was hostess to icr bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Steve Bowker and Mrs. T. C. Henderson were guests. Mrs. Maurine Aston won high score. Mrs. Louis George won second. A frozen salad liiate with coffee was served. Personals Mrs. Lon Colbert is a patient in the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Jaude Hudson was in Memphis Sunday to be with her brother who Is a patient In a Memphis hospital. Bill Cromer underwent surgery at Methodist Hospital Monday. Shellac, lacquer or varslsh finishes should never he put on rubber-tile flooring. Strong cleaners are also injurious to this type of floor. Knit Gloves in Nylon Keep Shape These Spring gloves lend delicate air on hand but are 'practical as well as -pretty. » They're completely washable, dry quickly. Nylon American i knit (above left) has rows of ( tiny red and black, dots that are screened onto while back^ ground. N>lon boucle knKs 1 (above) fiatc diamond pallern \ on back. Titled wrist and croclielcd-cfTect cuff. Trim fit ' of these nylon knits (left) , is achieved through use of elasti- • clzetl cuffs. Ifcicy cotton string 'i gloves (rijjlit) have hand* knilfc-il look tt budget price. These have transparent lingers and double cuff, will hold their shape indefinitely.* — Hy Gaile Dugas, NEA Woman's Editor. f t HOLLAND NEWS Hy Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Read Courier News classified Ads. before you produce It. To rest .your eyre from' work, look into the distance occasionally. To give them the temporary relaxation of total darkness, shut out all light by closing the palms of your hands about your eyes with fingers crossed at the forehead. Stay that way a. few minutes. THURSDAY & FRIDAY ! ALAN LADD IOUISI*M 6«ou«tN! VIRGINIA MAYO K !K£ StUMUtSS Stilt Of NATCHEZ! Iron, MistresS Paramount t\e»s R. Cartoon: "I'liilo's Xmas Tree" RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. P. T. Haney & Family Mr. & Mrs. Pcle Thompson Mr. & Mrs. L. G. Konwright & Family Mr. & Mrs. Perry i)arby Forget Washday Drudgery, Send Us Your Laundry! LAUNDRY -CLEANERS Named Polio Queen Vcrna Mae Flowers, nine-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Flowers, represented Holland district and was crowned Miss Pem- Iscot County March of Dimes Queen Friday afternoon in Caruthersville. She was one of seven participants. Little Verna, who was attacked by the polio virus in 1913 when she was ten months old, wears two below -the-knee braces and uses crutches. She is a third grade pupil, active In all school functions. After she received her crown from County Chairman James A. Vickrey of Haytl, Supt. I,. N. Kinder, Holland's March of Dimes chairman, presented the little queen with a doll. Other districts participating In the queen contest were Warden, Hayli nnd Carulhcrsville. ASCS Mcels Mrs. A. G. Burress was presented a religious picture, "The Open Door" at Women's Society of Christian Service Wednesday with each member's signature on the back, as a parting gift. The Burress family l.s moving this week to camp- bell. Mo. There was a short program pertaining to missionary work in this country and abroad, followed by a social hour In which cookies and drinks were served. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 3Dc AI All Times LAST TIMES TONITE 1 Double Feature Personals From Camp Atterbury, near Franklin, Ind., Sg6. and Mrs. Billie Joe McCrary have arrived at Mr. and -Mrs. Earnest McCrary's for a visit while Sgt. McCrnry is awaiting release from the service. They are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Connie'Hay at Fowlkes, Tenn. Also with Mr. and Mrs. McCrary are S{^t. and Mrs. Ralph McCrary, who were .called here from Camp Charfee-at Port Smllh, Arlc., during the illness of Mrs. McCrary's father, Mr. Smith of Blythevllle. With Mrs. Beulah Cockrell over the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCord, formerly of Holland, now living in St. Louis. Mary Anna Houston, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. T. S. Houston, is much improved and able to resume school work after a three months rest treatment at her home for rheumatic fever. Week-erid guests of Miss Kathleen Swift, elementary teacher who lives in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Austin, were Mrs. M. Lipsey and daughter, Martha, of Memphis. From Sunday until Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Gervis Capps-and daughter, Maria, visited in Golden city, near Springfield, at Mrs. Capps' sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Youngs. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office - of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Ely the Parker. N. J. Rouse, Greenway, and Betty Walker, Manila; Doo Simmons and Minnie Simmons, both of Manila; Truman Wells and Dorothy Wells both of Kevll, Ky. Blythevvllle Hospital Dismissed: - •' Willis Canamore. City John Dowd, City Willis Chairman, Armorel E. V. McLemore, City. Nickel Is only a surface material. Therefore, it should never be scoured with harsh cleaners which would wear the nickel off, revealing the copper or brass. A creamy paste made of whiting, ammonia and warm water will brighten nickel. Returning with the Capps,. Mrs. Young and daughter, Gayla, will be here for an extended visit. Byron Holly Is in St. Louis for eight days where he is receiving treatment at Barnes Hospital. With Mr. and Mrs. L. Yount for dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hartsell of Haytl ancj Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Grey of Blytheville. Combat Culinary Boredome; Cook With Imagination A frequent complaint of houw- wives Is that cooking thre« me»U a day Is a. deadly bore, Well, It Is unles» t housewife i her Imagination and figures outl ways pf maklngf the job. Interest- Ing. If she keeps re-1 peat ing the samel 5ld menus and re-1 upes'she is bound ; to be bored by the- ^ meals, too. But If she will" „ add a new cook N - Kuth book to her -collection every few months, clip and save Interesting recipes from newspaper and magazines, and do some experimenting on her own. the job of preparing three meals a clay can become a satisfying form of self-expression It Is sameness that makes cook- Ing dull. Get away from samenee* and it is fun. Almost any woman would enjoy having the reputation for heln» a marvelous cook. And il Is a reputation almosl any woman can win if she will strive to cook with Imagination. Furthermore, good recipes are something that can be handed down from one generation to another. Aren't some of your own best recipes ones you got from your own mother that she perhaps got from her mother? And Awhile we are on the subject of cooking, let's not forget the Importance of teaching our own daughters to be good cooks. Every mother should not only aea to it that her daughter U taught to cook at home, but that she has a collection of nil the best recipe« of alt the feminine members of her family. What better wedding gift to i daughter than a collection of «ln« family recipes? Symptornsof Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST \Atk About 15-Day Trial Offer! Jvcr four million bottles of tb« Wn^Aw TnrATMEs-r havo been sold for r«4irf ot symptoms of distress irtstng from MMMcfc and Duodenal Ule«ra due to Emu Ac*tf~. Po«r DlintlDn, Sour or Uput Sttmch- Cinlrmi, Heartburn, Shraotnanm.*!*, duo to E««» AcM. 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