The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 8, 1951
Page 2
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?AGB FOUR BLYTHIYILLE (ARK.) COURIER N1WI J»n« Sheiton, Society Editor Phun« 4461 Department Names Officers Th« Intermediate Department of Calvary Baptist Church last night named officers for the coining year, with Gwendolyn Rhoadcs being se- lecled president of the group. Also serving win be Dorothy Langley, vice president; Jean Norx, secretary and treasurer; Billy Haynes and Marlene Johnson, group explains: Eugene Belknap, Bible quiz; Troy Garner, social chairman and Bernice Flowers, missionary chairman. Mrs. A. D. Priest and Carter Alll- ler serve as leaders. Jews to Observe Yom Kippur Jews throughout the world will observe Yom Kippur. or Day of Atonement, from Tuesday night lo until Wednesday sundown. The most sacred holiday In the Jewish calendar year Js observed with divine services, special prayers and fasting. Yom Kippur services at Temple Israel will be conducted by Dr. Alfred Vise Tuesday at 8 p.m., Wednesday st 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday afternoon at 2:45, Sermon top- lei will include: Tuesday night. "The Secret of Life;" Wednesday morning, "The Message of Perpetual Light;" and Wednesday afternoon, "Our Journey's End." The Temple Choir with Mrs. Dai- ton Fowlston as organist and Harry Vise as cantor of the Hebrew rituals will assist Dr. Vise In these services. 'Buddy Meeting' Planned by PTA Mrt. Oliver Coppedge, Senior High School Parent-Teachers Association president, said loday the monthly meeting scheduled (or tomorrow at the school will be a "buddy meeting." with each member bringing a prospective member. An Executive Board session Is planned for 2 p.m. preceding the feneral meeting at 3 p.m. A »clal hour will follow. Oct. 15 Date For Club Dance Oct. 15 has been selected ni the dat« for the Country Club nance for which Howard LeRoy and his or- •hwtra will play. y Marguerite CJaudet and "The &corte" »'lll provide the vocal touch. The orchestra recently appeared at the Hotel President in Kansas City and the Arason and Trianon Ballrooms In Chicago. The dance l« for members of the Country Club and their out-of-town tunta. Auxiliary Plans '''Call Meeting A called meeting of the Amerlean Legion Auxiliary will be held tomorrow night at the Hut at 8 p.m. Plans for October activities of the group will be discussed. Sew-Simple For Beginners 8761 10-20 By Sue Delightful sewing for the beginner, and so economical. Eac-h piece of this handsome skirt ami blouse pilr requires just one vnrd of 64- Inch fabric In the smaller ( Wonderful way to stretch your wardrobe. Pattern No. 8761 Is a .lew-rile perforaleri pattern in si/.es 10. 12. H. 16. 18. 20, Size 12. J yard ot 5!-JncJi. 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Paul Million, and Mrs. Mahon. 'ITiey were Joined here for Ihe weekend by Huford Lawson of St. Louis, who motored Mr. and Mrs. Mahon to their home. Miss Florence Moore spent the. weekend In Newbern, Tenn., as guest of relative*. Pledges of several University ol Arkansas fraternities and sororities have chosen officers. Named to .serre from I Ills section were John Karl Speck of Osreola. social chairman of Sigma Chi fraternity, and Miss Shirley King of Blylhevillc. vice president of Chi Omega sorority. Mrs. Robert f, Thomson le/l yesterday for Memphis to spend several days as guest o( Mrs. J. S. Shields. Mrs. Thompson is in Memphis especially to attend the style show and luncheon of the Josephine Circle nnrl al<o the production "The Tales of Hdlfman. Mr. Thompson motored her to Memphis. Mi.-s Frieda Finchcr o! Manila has been elected to the news staff of The B. M. Steer." student newspaper of Dlue Mountain College. Blue Mountain, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Kddie Burks and Larry Lulz were in Little Rock Saturday to attend the TCU-Ark- ansas football game. They were joined Ihere by Pat Burks, a sophomore at tile University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whilaker announce the birth of their lirst child a son, Oct. 3 at Walls Hospital. He has been named William Stanley Whitakcr, Jr. Mrs. Whit- nker is the former Mls» Tommv Lorraine Wells. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Wallace of (.eachvllle and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace and Donald Rice- attended the TCU-Arkansas football game Saturday In Little noclc. They were Joined there for the weekend by Edwin Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace, who is a freshman at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Murray McHaffey. Pvt and Mrs. Billy Haynes and Dewayne McHaffey were In Jackion. Tenn.. Friday night tor the Blythevllle-Jackson football game. The group wns Ihe weekend guests of Mrs. McHaffey's grandmothers. Mrs. E. S. Goff and family and Mrs, .R. c, Moore .and family ot Lexington, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Smith of Memphis and Mr. and Mr«. Jim Harold of Potts Camp. Miss,, were Five Tables Play In Bridge League A Av«-table movement was played by th« Duplicate Bridge League Saturday at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Kugcnln Jenkins took Jlrsl place honors. Tying lor second lifeh wre Mrs. Foy Elchleson and Mrs. O. W. Me- Cutchen. Mrs. P. e. Black and Mrs. MnlL Monaghan. Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pure Whole Hot Sausaf* Seasoned Jut (U|htl A HLVTHEVILLE PRODUCT TO mi m. CONTACT — The Right Peopfe tot That Job Adi placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payabU In advene*. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS the Sunday guests of Mrs. J. M. Rofx. Mr. Harold Is Mrs. Ross' unclft. Mrs. O. B. Middloton left today for Cocoa. Ha., to visit Mr, Middle- Ion 1 .! cousin. Mr.s, Edna frn/.ier ol Memphis. Mrs. Mtddleton will remain in Florida three weeks and will also attend the American Legion Auxiliary convention in Miami. Pfe. Larry Daniel will leave tonight for Barltsdale Air Force, Shrcveport, La., after having been the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Daniel. Mr. mid Mrs, Carl Bryant of Memphis were weekend guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Shelton. Mrs. H. C. Bush ij; reported in a .satisfactory condition at Fort Sanders Hospital. Knoxvlllc, where she recently underwent surgery. Mrs. T. H. Haynes is spending a week in Cairo, III,, as guest of her sister, Mrs. William Bry:'ut. Or. and Mrs. J. A. Salilia had a.s Iheir weekend guest their son. Joe S-iliba of Memphis. O. S. RollLson Is reported in a satisfactory condition at his home on Broadway Street after having been a patient at the Blythcvillc Hospital fcr the past five days. He wa.s removed to his home Ihis morning. Mr. and Mrs. T. j. Ruble arrived lias afternoon from their home in Houston, Tex., to spend .several days as guests of Mr. Ruble's sister. Miss Clara Ruble. Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison and J. D. Via were In Caruthersville yesterday and while there attended the American Legion Fair. Max Our ley will leave tomorrow for Copiah-Lincoln College. Wesson. Miss., alter having been the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gurley. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Band Mothers have 1:30 meeting at the high school, Tuestfay Mrs. Eric Whltley entertaining La Petite. Tri-Town Club meet* with Mrs James C. Gimrd. Charlc-volx Chapter of DAR has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble, Mrs. E, J. Cure. Mrs. George l>. Pollock, Jr., unit Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Jr., co-hostesses. Country club Duplicate Bridge League plays at the club at 1:1S. -J American Legion Auxiliary meet-! 'ug at the Hut at, 8 p.m. In call meeting. Scnjor high school PTA has meet- in}; at the school at 3 p.m. preceded by 2 p.m. Executive Beard meeting. Jaycceltes have 1:30 meeting at the home of Mrs. H. L HaLsell. Jr. i 204 Walker. j E?sl Side Gairfen Club meets at Lake Street Methodist Church at. 7 p.m. »» Wednesday Mrs. O. O. Poelz hostess to Club Eight. ! C1B Club plav.s at the home of iMiss Bcity Black. 1 Chapter "I)" PRO has I p.m. luncheon meeting at home of Mrs. E. B. Gee. Gfahiour Touches Glasses for Evening Wear: Lavish Jewel, Gold Trim , OWOBBS 8, MM By AIJtIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Beauty I* largely a state of mind. This being the cas«, the small touches that add U> a woman's morale have an Importance far greater than they might seem to have at first glance. There's .something about a brand new dress (or old one In which a woman has confidence) that adds a glow that affect* a woman's entire appearance—th e way she carries herseK. her facial expression, the lilt In her voice. The same thing Is true when a woman knows she Is wearing the right glasses. Her altitude toward her spectacles affects, more than the practical-minded would admit, the way she actually looks in thr-m. Fortunately It's possible today to obtain such becoming frames that the modern miss Is able to go about her daily activities with no feeling that her looks are being spoiled. There are still a number of women, however, who feel belligerent toward their glasses when they're dressed up /or an important evening. The spectacles that they accept, quite cheerfully for daytime wear suddenly become an encumbrance when they're going all out for glamor. You can eliminate one bother of laundry day by practicing this simple trick for handling new colored clothes. On their Ilrst washday, put them through several sudsings until all loose dye Is released. Then you nerd' not scRregate them for garments lagged "color fast." Thursday Contract Club plays at the Country Club. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen to the ffroup, UDC has 12:30 luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Cleo Wren hostess lo Thursday Rook Club. TLE Club plays bridge at the home of Mrs. Herman Turner. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. Club 28 meets at the Hut. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flecman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bucklev. host and hostess. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson hostess to Friday Contract Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League play.' at Hotel Noble at 1:30. gleaming metal and glittering fake jewels. So hanrlsome are these <le- ( signs that the donning of these ! glasses Is an offasion for pride and i rejoicing. One company offers dress-up Amateur gardeners who've had -seed germinal* may have erred! j through thoroughness. Don't rake, 1 j these seeds under the soil, they need! .to the soil with When choosing a mattress for your baby's crib, make sure (he ticking Is waterproof. Extra sanitation is afforded If the area at the base] of the lulls is tightly sealed to pre-j vent, penetration o moisture at these points. Proclamation WHEREAS, the Motion picture Industry is celebrating the fiftieth nnniversar.v of Ihe opening of Ihe first thealre dedicated to th« txclusivi showing of motion pictures, anrl WHERBAS, (he motion picture has proved itself during that half a century and continues to he the greatest element devoted exclusively (o entertaining our fellow citizens, and WHEREAS, the motion picture industry has proved itself during (hose years Ihe K realcsl force for carrying the American ideal to all of the nations of the earth where a free screen and discussion are tolerated, and WHEREAS, the motion picture has proved itself one of the great menus of enlightening and educating our people, and WHEREAS, it is fitting that we pause to take cognizance of the Tital and beloved place MOTION PICTURES occupies in our happiness, prosperity and na(inn;<! safety, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that 1, Doyle Henderson, Mayor of the City of lilytheville, through the powers invested in me hy the Common Council, do hereby proclaim the period OCTOBER 1 lo NOVEMBER 30, 1351 as ITS MOV1ET1ME B1.YTHEYIU.E. ARKANSAS. USA, and do urge all citi7cns to participate in the Golden .lubilee of the American Motion Picture Theatre. Li ^rrcnae MAYOR Blytheville, Arkansas Delicate, jewel-adorned jjlasses romiilemen! evening wear, add to wearer's sense of glamor. frames in a .special lightweight metal, which you may choose in color to blend with your costume or in an attention-flagging gold plate. At one side is attached a delicate ornamentation of pseudo- jewcle—rhine.stones, pearls, sapphires, rubies, emeralds and a variety of combinations. No Man or Woman Can Enjoy Life With Stomach Gas! Poor digestion—.swelling with gns after meals- heavy feeling around wnisiline— are some of the penalties of an U|>- CEHTA-VIN is helping such victims right and left here in Blyihe- ville. This new medicine hel[is you food faster and better. It is taken before meals; thu.s it works with your food. Ga.s pains go! Inches of bloat vanish! Contain."! 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