The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1952 · Page 4
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May 16, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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n BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEW* Pat Muilins, Society Editor Phone 4-1G1 Gay Gorrigon Is 'Princess Of the Realm' Bits of News if/oJUy f-^crjonal Sara Stillwell Selected 'Miss Junior High' Sara Rob Stflwfll. daughter of j Mr, and Mrs. Goortie N. Siil FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1932 Miss Gay Garrigan, daughter of. ------------- z ^ r ~ ._^ - r .~_..^_ Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gairigan, who i "~~" ~~ IF representing Blytheville in the Mr, and Mrs. Letter Giles, Sr.,' v^s nainrd "Miss fllvtheville- Jon Royal Court of the Cotton Garni- i of Springfield. Mu.ss.. and Mr. and ] lor Hlqh" this week in connection! val. was chosen princess of Ladies I Mrs. Lester Giles, Jr., and daunh- with tho Junior High nnrtster Club's j ol the Realm yesterday. ti-r. Rebecca of Albany, N. V,, :irc ; crlehrnttnn of ihe fifth annual' Miss Pat Mullarky. Moid of Cot- | the RUPMS of Mrs. Gil PS* imrrnts, j "Rnoster Club Nicht." i ton, drew names from R miniature t Mr. and Ales. O. O. FJmver.s. I Ajiprn.vlrn.itrlv bale of cotton and Miss Elizabeth j Seaman apprentice A. J. BooK | prised the Leep«r of New Orleans was named ; Ls here with his wife for a 10-day J queen of Ladies of the Realm. The | leave from San DIPRO where he hnsi' girls were crowned hy Miss Const-ijusl completed his basic hninin^ i nev Crumpton, of Greenville, Mlss.,jnt the Naval Training Ontrr. ffe | queen of the 3951 LKrfies of (he j is the son ol Mrs. Arthur Book ol i Realm. The affair is an annual part of I th# Cotton Carnival Home and; Garden Pilgrimage and took jilacr In the garden of Mrs. Charles Stout, 511 Gooriwyn, Advance, Mo. ami Mrs. Quontin File of OkJn., amimmrp fhe Inrth ! Kibitzer Meets In Curtis Home Dr. = Ttilsn of a hoy ycstci'dny. Thry have two other children, Ann mid Jill. She i.s the former Miss Patricia Wood of nlythevillp. Miss Bobble Smith, rlnijqlHrr of Robert Smith of Senatobin nnrl !nr- j merly of Ulythoville, hns won f he; Kibitzer Club nicmhrrf yet yos- terdiy In the hcmc of Mrs. Alex Curtis for their weekly game of brldgt. Spring floxvers backed by pvorn- er>* were evident in the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Johnny White took top honors while second place \vent to Mrs. Richard Rose who wss a guest of the club. Mrs. Jane Carson won bridge. Hig-h Style For Juniors Sue Burnett There's plenty o! fa.shion news tn this captivating dress for the teenager. It. features the new. exciting Empire effect in the bodice, full skirt, crisp cuffs. Anrl best of sll. prisons com- I diencr 1 which snu Rarrt' '] a tfroiip of five . I finalists r h o fi e n j '•': from 54 cnndi- whirh in- Busy pre-wecidin£ plans will leave you completely exhausted and far from feeling raniatil unless vcm allow time for relaxation. (Jet into the habit ctf spending al least twenty minutes a day mil in the sunshine. i*rop your feet up high to rid ynur legs nf the kinks you're hound In have as "a result of shopping nnd fitting listen lo soft music to ense out the worn 1 lines, and if you are in Ihe mood sludy the travel /older.? you and ynur hvshantl-lO'he luv« gathered toother (left). The surest way to relax is aiming the soap bubbles in a sonlhing lukewarm tub hath (center). Tuck a Inlded hath towel under your curls nnd wiggle your Iocs in * lonjc luxurious soaking. As the finnl glamorizing touch when the "big" moment does arrive, choose in enchanting fragrance that will further help to insure 2 ]>erfect wedding day (right) for you and your complete bridal parly ; ; .sponsor Mitchell Johns. The officers for the coming year cludod Kay .Tobe, D B. Wytie, Nancy Eslcx nnd ; i N a n c y P e n n , j 7'hestT Ritls will ! act as ho e lcsses, for all Junior] Hieh B r>n* t e r | Club nctivHifiSi ritirluc thp 1052- | 51,000 acholnrshl,, «ive.i by filc ! "»M .«hool yrar. n crnrdln B to club Lion Oil Company. Shr ^ tlie nl , e »«»n f f M n. tf M Ui ni MKi C ' T -i«'cre printed at Lh, ceremonies, idtnlm of niythcvHln. | Thfvy Mff FnMltf ^^ prPS|dplUi Caron Phillips of IJitln Rook Is Chtirlc.s Abbott, vice president. Ro- thp guest ot her aunt, ,\frs. Victor - cer Sudbury secretary, and Bobby \ StilwoH. i i, ce jones, trensurer. Air. and t \trs. W. L. Horiu-r were j Sclrclion of Miss Hlythevitle Jun- calieri to Memphis to be with her | tor Hleli is the final artlvity each brother, H. K. Smith, Jr., of j year of thff non.sfcr Club. Tile pa- Wheatley, who is HI in a Memphis L irons showed their approval of the hospital. j evening's nresnctration by civin^ Mrs, Ornnza Young and son. Den- ] th e candidates and Die ne?: offlrcrs nis ,of St. Louis are Rnest.s nf Mr. j encore after encore of yenoroviR ap- i and Mrs. Olan Alllsfii. Mr, Young | plnuse, j Baptist YVVA Has Program Meeting Yarhi-o PTA Has Installation I Vfit'bro F';i rout-Teachers Associa- ! tion met at (he school Wednesday j for their monthly meeting and lo ] in.sial) nrw offittcs for next season. The prop ram wns bc^uu with Youns \Vomr?n's AssocliUinti of the First Knpti.st Church met last ni^ht at ihp home of Mrs. J. A. K:it!™lin lor their regular program >neeti"R. KanK':>ti!K' Holt nppiiod tbe meet- j book reports Riven r:v the fourth itiR with [)i aver wliicli vv;is follo\v- i grade*. Then committee heads reed by the proRrnm. "The Hardest i ported for their year's work. Plare" whtrli was presented hy ! Sho'.vinc their appreciation of the Marilyn Donqhtery, Hc-tly Anne • teachers. Ihe parents presented MulJins. and Mrs. Beverly Mullins. \ them with corsaees. Mrs. Kndnlin closed the meet-j The association pre.senled Hie rp- wilh prnyer nrid tile girls re- j thing president, who presided oi'er Thursday Rook Club Meets in Mayo Home Mrs. W, D. Mayo van hostess yesterday to the Thursdav Rook Club. Her home was decorated tluoush- out with red roses and bouquets of oilier sprint; kott'crs. Mrs. C. G. Scheier won high score and Mrs, Harold Henson v.'on second. Rooko was won hy Mrs. Leon Scherer. peated the waich'jvorri. will join them next Friday. Dance Honors Donna Gore and Seniors of '52 All plans for the Bonder Club N'ieht were made, by the students. with Dean Dougherty and Roper Surtbury In charge of stape, decorations, Ronnie Gnglcy In charge of curtnlrjs, nnri Bobbie Jones chairman of the ticket sale. Winning honors for the seventh tirade were Miss Mclba Jones and Miss Sally McCutchen who will mak« up the representation on tho an eichth cruder, and treasurer the glen club. Miss Dnnna Sue Gore was hon-imnlrt of honor list for (heir prnde. orce nl a dance given IVrdHrwIny) "Minn Blythcvlile Junior Hlch" cvnntnp at the Moxley home on East Main Street by Mrs. W. I,. Mnxlry and Miss Cove's mother, Mrs. lone Gore. The house was decorated thrmiph- out with rcrl and white roses nnd other spring blossoms. Two party rooms were attractively decorated with multi-colored ribbon and balloons attached to fhe cc-lUng. Tnbles, overlaid with white linen and centered with ar- ranpcmcnU of canrtlp.i and min!t\- ture bouquets, were scattered in Gosnell Sophomores Hold Annual Party The sophomore class of Gosnell High School recently held their annual class party fit Walker Park. There were 13 members of ihe I program chairman: Mrs. w H class present, Oames and Informal; Wyatt. hospitality; Mrs. Victor Mal- enterlainment followed a picnic sup- lory, membership; and Mrs, Bruce, the meeting, with a fiift. . Installing officer of the noon was Mrs. J. c. Drake, installed Mrs. James GiJl. president; Mrs. Clyde Oalnes, vice president; Mrs. J. L. Plunlcett, secretary; Mrs. Milton Bunch, treasurer; and committee heads, Mrs. Tommy Bogan, finance; Mrs. Paul Abbott. per find wiener roast. John C. Gamble [s the class sponsor. the pi\Uo nnd In one ol the party rooms. ; The, ?5 senior girts of BlytheviUe High School u'cre prrscnteri FYeneJ^ maid caps and npron.s nnrl their rintes were given (op hnt* to cnjry out the French cafe theme. The midnight supper, sandwiches, party Toons and Iced drinks, was served by the "French Maids" to their dates. They were n*Msted Birthday Party Given on Lawn Coming Events Saturday Cotillion Club ha-s party at thfi Mirror Room of Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. Hnsts nnd hostesses are Mr. and Mr.s. Walter Day, Mr. nnd Mrs. -lames C, Guard, Mr, and Mrs. B. B. Goodman. Mr, and Mrs. Lindsey Gunn, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fcndler. . Refreshments were served by retiring executive board. Mrs. Wylie Hostess ftcr-|To Thursday Contract who ] Thursday Contract Bridge Cliti> met yesterday in the hmne of Mrs. H. W. Wylie following the May Breakfast which they all attended before a morning party. Ro.ses and iris decora ted the ionic. Mr.s. Neal c-escll took first place ind second place went to Mrs. Ed- tar Borum. the At the Hospitals Blythcvlile Hospital Dismissed: Mclvin McKinney. Warded \\'Ms Hospital Di.smlwed: Mrs. Date EdmJEtcr r*".d baby. Air Ba.je Because Susan Coe Cirlgsby was fhree years oJd yesterday, she wa* entertnInert with R birthday party yesterday on the lawn nt th« home of her parents. Mr. anrt Mrs, Frank GriRsby. Cnron Phillips ol Liltlp Rnck and Anne Hvighes of Colorado were out- nf-toH'n quests. Cake and ice cream were s to the 12 guests by the hnslc.s.s, Mrs. A. E. Miller and Mrs. J. \V- Fields. by the hostesses. Throughout the ! iuppffr, Mrs. Moxley entertained with music- at the Hammond organ. A specin Lfeature was a French aparhe dunce presented by Ronnie Pave Etchlcsnn. Betty Moxley presided over the guest book. id-Week Club Has Luncheon COINS, your name, address, sl7.e tiesircci. and the PATTERN NUMBER tn SUP BurneU. Courier News, 37.5 Qtilncy St.. Criirfl(ro «. III. H's so simple to sew! Basic FASHION for '52 is filled Pattern No, 8830 is a sew-rite. i \vith iriea.s So mnkc your clnthrs perforated pattern In si?*s 11. 12. i budget co further—tinie-fnvinc and 13. 14, 16, 18. Size 12, l 1 ^ yards of economical dpMgn.s that are tnsv to sew. Gift pattern print-ed inside. 89-inch. For this patiern. send 3()c In A three-cnur.er luncheon was served inembfrs of the Mid-Week Club yesterday «t the Country Club, when Mrs. H. H. Houchins enterlaineri. An out-of-town curst was Mrs. John Riggs. of Llttlfi finck, whn Is thp houwi-ucfl of Mrs, Aubrey Dutch fris nnd Irmon HHrs were used to ocnter thr mnrh^^n fable. 1 Mrs. Cecil Shnne won first place iri the bridge pames and Mrs, Con! way took second. 25 crnls. i Rend Courier Nr-ws Classified Ads OTF,8 SANDLER the LADDER is a success You'll reach ihe peal of fashion in this exciting bonded shoe. ..prettily nude, practically backless . . . and proof positive that the new wide-open view is lovely to see. 6x. SONS 5H O H S GonrJ. Shoos & Hosiery As illustiMteft in Mvilticolor 895 in White Flats ICE CREAM 7.95 Feafure Flavor LEMON CHIFFON ICE CREAM Tf eof the family to fhit ! ' T cjile-T em pier .., Gc( your lovo!y i Free She.'be) G'OJJ. MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS CORPORATION ! Di'vlirw CITY PRODUCTS CORPORillON . Missco Club Meets In Osceola Home Mississippi County Home Economists Club was entertained by Mrs. Marcus Williams last night In Osceola. with ten members present. A business session followed the program v.'hlch was presented by Mis. Mary -Alice Eaton, color styl- A dessert course was served to the Bursts at the conclusion of the program. Installation Service Held by Sudbury Sudbury Parent-Touchers Association mpt, Worin^riny at the school for a meeting over which Mrs. Vance Henderson presided jmrl during which Installation of officers was conducted. Officers tor I lie coming year ara Mrs. G. L, Smyth, pvcMdeiit; E. L. Francis, vice prcnrtem: \v. ,). Cup- pies, secretary: Mr.-. Hamlrl Sud- iHiry. treasurer; Mrs. J, .\t. Snow, historian. Room count went t/i Miss Mnry Hublcr, Miss Beatrice Harwell. Miss Luella Bair.cs, Miss Polly Stewart and Mrs. D. C. McLean. Din-ing the bu: iness, Mrs. Harry Bogan nnnou:iccrt a benefit show at the Mox Theater for last. nlRht and tonight. Mr.s. Ted Kin? read Ihe president's messase nnd Mrs Linnwood Lc',ris gave the devo-' tional. The president presented the PTA with a certificate of superior association which was follower! by the installation (n which Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was installing officer. Refreshments '.vere served by the hospitality committee and boxes of cand.v were presn nlcrl , 0 tha teachers. Bridge' Games End n Tie for First Blytheville Duplicate Bridge, ^eague met last night for a month- y masternoinl and played a five- able Kowell movement. Winners in the games were, tie- iiK tor first place. Mrs. w. A. Af- lick and Mrs. Estell Coates, and Mrs. O. S. Crowell and Mrs. S. E. Time; second place, Mrs EnRenia Penkins and Mrs. Alia Cammeron; htrd, Mr. and NCrs. Jim Roieson. To Mask and Gavel Martin Moore « p as host last, night at the Hotel Noble for the last meeting and party of the year for the Mask nnd Gavel Club of Blytheville High School. Billy Shelton was Initiated into the club at the party ahich was given to welcome new members. Other new members were initiated at an earlier party. Mr. Moore served assoried party foods .ind iced drinks during t h e evening. Read Courier News classified Ad3, Tablets are H Adult dose. No need to In rtiak them. Buy it today. 50 tablets 39c. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST CHANCE TO SEE! M-G-M presenfj TECHNICOLOR, FEATURES TODAY Shows at 2 p.m., 5:08 p.m. & 8:15 p.m. NIGHT Ad nils 1.0(1 Children 50c Malinec Adults 75 c Children 50c (Tax Included) A "MUST SEE" IN Movie Entertainment SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE "-*vvN>?L , RODa«!RON —PLU.S— "CARTOON CARNIVAL" Also King of Congo No. 1 Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c S 30c At All Times FRI.-SAT. Double Feature Radar Man Serial Also Cartoon SUN.-MON. Double Feature "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" Dick Powell & Peggy J)ow —PUTS— SUNDAY & MONDAY ROBERT I'aramp'inl News & Selected Shorts Ri>* Guests Mr. & Mrs. Kobcrl Cox Mr. & Mrs. Harold Suilhury & Family (lint means Speedometer Repair! 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