The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1W8 Pat Mulling, Society Editor Variety Club Is Entertained Members of the Variety Club held their monthly supper danee Saturday nliflit at the Jayece Club Room with 42 members and seven guests present. Hosts nnd hostesses for the oc- c!i:;iou Were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mr .and Mrs. James Nelibut. They chose "April Showers" lor the theme and on the tables were placed miniature umbrellas which held spring flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Blankard became members of the club, and Bucsts included Mr. nnd Mre. Bob Jamieson, Mr. and Mr.s. Jim Shinn, Mrs. Joe Davis of Little Hock, Mrs. Ray Pasold of Milwaukee, and Jack Watson of Memphis. RECEIVES AWARD — Mrs. James C. Guard (right) is presented with the annual silver Woman of the Year award by Mr.s. Roy L. Kirk- £ey, president of the city council of Beta Sigma, Phi sorority, which sponsors the yearly selection. The presentation \vus made yesterday at the W. L. Moxley home at a tea attended by 250 guests. (Courier News Photo) Tea Honors Mrs. James Guard, 'Woman of the Year of 1952' Yesterday marked the seventh was set with sterling silver nn Woman of the Year Tea to be held in Blytheville, when Mrs. James C. crystal on n white imported nindma eutwork cloth. A silver vase, holding yellow rose buds, the traditional sorority (lower, was flanked I League Ends 6-Week Series Members of the Duplicate Britlg Leaguo met nt Hotel Noble Saturcla, Tor a weekly, bridge .se^icm, whicl ended n six-week's series. Winners of (.lie six-table Howe] movement played Saturday wor Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, nnd Mrs. Jirr Rolcson, first; Mr.s. Russell Phillip and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, second with third going to Mrs. B. A. Lyncl and Mr.s. George WifTgs. In tho six-week'.s scries, Mrs Phillips won first, with second go In[? to Mrs. C. C. Councllle, third to Mrs. ChambUn, and fourth to Mrs C. W. Afflick. University Club Has Spring Dance Dr. and Mrs. Charles Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Crook and Mr. find Mrs. Johnson Blackwell entertained Saturday night for members of the University Club with a diincc at (lie American Legion Hut. Guests of the members included Mr. ami Mrs. .Joe Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henley, Mr. and Mrs. Utho Barnes, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Sony, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caraway, Guard was honored at the W. L Moxley home on Main Street. , m.,i,i, D^,.,,,^ .,,,,,L,, .1.,., ....,,,i,.i. . - -- --- — Mrs. Guard was chosen by a | by friple-brrmchrd silver candle *[ r ""'' p 1 "'?' 01 " H 1'i = " dl D , r ' " ml secret committee from nominatinos: holders, with bumim; yellow tapers, j " ,.„, ' 7. J. y ' lln s ' by Blytheville citizens for her vol-1 Silver trays and compotes were ; wl '" aln . <->•uoone. imtarv civic, religions and cduea- laden ivith party foods, nnd twin! * spmiRtimp theme was carried tionaf activities of the past year. crystal punch howls .stood on the < ™'il!!!.'. 'I,!'™!™ 1 ™ "1 j^!., 0 ",' 01 . The annual selection is sponsored ends of the (able. me annual seiecuon is sponsored emia ui uie iamt;. by members of the Alpha Delia The buffet, which was decorate! Chapter and Alpha Alpha Chapter w ith an nrvniiRcmiml of yellow orf the Beta Sigma Phi sorority | flowers In 1,-ecpi'ig wilh the chosen here. . rnlnrs held silver tfvi KiTi-icc | blossoms throuRhout the entertain' itii, r rooms. r?! i fn?Khi iion ts were served throughout the dunce. ; colors, held silver tea service. The livini', room mantle was top- the hostess and honoree, were Mrs ,• . •_ 1 Krew n provision of varieties of n it C I philadenrnn, and other t'.rmu'ry. o,T"" t" I VT'"'V """" , ly and yellow lulip.s had lii-en planted Stewart, president of the Alpha , hl ' lintl f , hn n, T . m ,m, V i>Mf Alpha Chapter; ami Mrs. F E. tllIOU K» out tnc a "' uif ' ( n ' f '"•• Black find Mrs. W J Pollard, spoil-1 °" •' smMI ta))1 ' sors of the Alpha Alpha Chapter Mrs. A. S. Harrison and Mrs f^ned pnsM tone i.iiHu.m't.s. with W. H. O'Keefe presided nt the y ( '' lnw pri'dominant, .Seen on (he guest book, and presiding atMln; • ( ' nf - 00 l:ibl1 '' Wll ' s ;l 1(IU ' !in ' iin!:f ' nu ' Mt table were Mrs. J. W. Haney nnd of y i ' ll()W ("lips x<'t I» n muss of Mrs. Dick Watson. ' {^rcnrry in cryytnl. Mr. Moxley played orprtn selrc- lions throughout the afternoon, Two hundred and fifty suc:Ks called between the hours of 3 and 5. . In the dining room, the tea table Many May Clothes Confuse The Mo Tops In Two Piecevs throughout (lie. tinsi":-:';' hnnie. I Mr.s. Ciuard, Mrs, Wyutt uud Mn;.| Moxley received rorw.rK of yrP-iw roscbiiti.s in n!••;•;IK tif yellow in:iliiu.'! and rihhnu Others in Un 1 viHTi" 1 -'. 11 ;' liiK 1 and nss:stii!t: In enfrrlainhr; were presented with single y.'ll-.iw res;-, buds. Durin.fT tlie aflei'iinon. Mrs. Kirk:><:y presented Mrs. Gunr'd \\ ilh a silver plninie rimmvrfi with "\Voni!in of the Year of 1'W. Mrs. Guard was noinina'ed by the By A1TCTA HART XKA IJenui.y Editor Tcim-^ers are often subject, to envy of other girls' wardrobes. They idem nl' tho Junior Auxiliary and see some girls with a different out- has directed their activities lit on every day, or nearly .so. while' throughout the yenr .she has taken they, them.selvc.s. must wear 'the, an active part in work of (lie Red sar.:e old thin?." Then, quit? nat-j Cross Mississippi'Cnuiuy Tubercu- urally, thr-\ o^in to feel sorry for j lo.sis Association, Crippled Chil- thcm?!?]rc*. . dren's Associatiun. Cine Music As- 8956 Ii Uiis lethng ever gets its I'rip F.UCUUHMI, auu Hi uir esiunnsnnipni on you. beain to do somouiing of the post-polio in-nnient center By Suf* Burnett about it. Such feeling won't make! :idjoininu (he heallh unit. your v.-.irdi-o.bo Jnr::or or im:t-tiei and] supcrintoiidnit. of the Voting'; Ht ' rc s - s a brautlfully styled inny give you an unattractive gluni i r j noplu's D.'pitrnnenL of the First} P* l ' t:i - cil v. i !.s designed cxpressl, loo!:. Methodist Church. Mrs. Guard is i compliment a woman's figure. .,.,. Look carefully iu all the sir is yon active in tlie United Council uf! row .trimming of tho same fabric can Is the one with a very larce : ciuireh Women. v.'ararobe really the incsi iittrnotivc ' loo-'-'ng? Too many doihe.s. i.e., mnr? than nf-ct-ssury for the occa- sio::-:« in your life. m:i,v inar'.e a con- fUi.^l imprt'S-ion ins:, 5 ad of ijivins,' a c:.;ar-cut piciure of a yirl. Th:it frirnd of yo;ns -,vho is nlway.s clc:-)Ji, neat and ira^rant '.viiu lu'i cloihes wefl-rn\.--s(.'d. wcii-hrii-ihcd and pc;-ft;ctly fiiini:, may !>e in re;il- ily fur more attractive t'v;:i the s;ir] with the 'oo-!ar';e wardrobe Hei jvopiilnrity '.vill certainly be more lastii:g. If you still feel envious afier noticing how much more RUr.ulive fl perfcctly-carod-for small appropriate \vardrobe is tlian a confusif:: lar-c one. try to add variety wiln .•-niirves, fostunie jewelry and uelt^ Use your imagination to make, a srnaH wnrdvobc look larger. i he omitted, if you like—sleeve? are Dangers? Free Book Kx- Plains; Tel Is Good Way To Help I'revent Or Correct Them! Piles— fistula and other rectal and colon disorders can always be dangerous— If neg-> | lectedl But proper care is so easy | to get, and can save so much trou- j Me. Lei this free took explain: nddress Thornton * Minor Hospital, Suite 472, 911 E. Llnwood, KB nsas City 9, Mo. PONT WORRY ABOUT ME SAVE MS VUUCO ALUMINUfA SCREENS i , 'O . Screen & Awning Co. 633 S.E, Parkway ' Phone 4233 Mrs, Lay Welch, Mrs. a. o. Poctz nnd children, Glemlii Lee and Uon- ny, nnd Jjarbara Croweil spent 6 t urday in Mumphiti, Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel was gm.'st speaker last night at Hid rcBUbir Svuidiiy evening sn v ice at tin; Lepanto Methodist Chureh. The topic of his sermon was "This Ta'*. of Religion In Our World Crisis." A reception in his honor fullou-cd tlie service, which j was also attended by Lepanto members of Temple Israel In Blytheville. Hou'eil Boyci returned yesterday to University of Nebraska nfier spending 10-day.s with his parents, j Mr. and Mrs. A: II. Boyd, who motored him to Memphis, where lie I left by plane. The Boyd's visited the J B. F. Kicers while in Memphis. Miss Uoris Bean left yesterday for Stephen's College in ^Columbia, Mo., after spending a two-week Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs. Fred Bean and fjimijy. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hardy and i i family, and J. W. Hardy and Hay- i wood Hardy spent Sunday in Halls, ! Term., with relatives. | Airman First Class Howard R. ] Bailey hns returned from 18 months j duly in Woisbaden, Germany, where ! lie was attached to the heariquar- j tors of the 12th Air Force. He is now \ at Stewart Air Force Base, New- ' burg, N. Y., where he has entered j Preparatory School for West Point, i He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. j Bailey of Blytheville. i Mrs. J. A. Wrolen or Pine Bluff will arrive Wednesday to visit the C. L. McWaters family for a week, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Crawford of Sehencctedy, N. Y., will spend Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGraw and Mr and ! //-j . /)/)/) /if Mrs. C. L. McWaters, and .families. K,.l , fff/.-f/aff Dr. nnd Mrs. Milton Webb left '^" l " '»/««•" for Little Rock today where Hr. Webb will attend the 47th annual convention of the Arkansas optcom- 1 trie Association. Mrs. Webb will at- TI-J Q/-II pQ|/~ln tend a meeting of the association ! ' u ^ I H UCI1 - 11 Auxlliary. The convention will last three days. * j ^ •. IU, jAL'iV — MLTIIU^IS of two Memphis cotton families have been named rulers of the 1953 Cotton Carnival, May 12-16. They are King Williams W. Robinson, Jr., president of McCallum and Robinson Cotton Pickery in Memphis, Queen Mary Abbay Joyner, brown-eyed blond whose family still operates a Mississippi plantation obtained from the Indians. The Carnival lias been a Memphis attraction since 1931 and promotes greater use of cotton. iHprp \c A ' *- ' *- ' ° Over-Critical Man At the Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Ree Ham, City S. T. Bracken, Sr., City Bobby Tidwell, Osccola Alice Coppedge, City Claude Hoinics, Tyler Esther CnWwell. City Leon Potter, City Mrs. Orville Northcutt, City Freezing- Wind Wind, ns well as cold, makes the Arctic a savage land. A wind of only 10 miles mi hour, at 40 degrees below zero, can freeze ex- mscd human tissue in one minute. An unhappy wife wrote this letter: "Whenever my husband and I arc out in company I nm miserable the whole time. Not because of anything my husband says or does ETS&iS&Si while we are out. but I always know that the minute we leave, he will start In on me. " 'Why did you say such and such to Mrs So-and- So?' he'll say. then add, 'I don't see why you had to mention this or since you take so much interest in pointing out my mistakes you would appreciate it if I did the same for you, so I have made a little list." Let him hear the list item b item. That ought to take care of th matter. For the person who is mos eager to Improve everyone else an the most ready to make criticism of the behavior of others usuall likes to think that his own behavio is always without fault. It won't be any Tun for your hus band to hear how you think h should have acted, even though h has never hesitated to point ou what he considered to be your mis takes. And if he gets the idea that tw can play the game of criticism, h will undoubtedly decide that it isn so much fun after all. Ruth MHIntt thnt. Why didn't yon do thus and ; so?' j "I never know what he is going .... . to criticise about my behavior. But short or three quarter. * t t _ Pattern No. aa>8 .s a sew-rite per- J omethi It l5 m j kil ^ me so self . orated pattern in sizes 14, ib. 18. 2J; j C0nscimis that I nm almost afraid 40 4' H Size 16, top, short sleeve, i LQ oppn my month wnen vve are out j uus^of 39-inch; skirt, 2jni-ds.| v . ifh 0 tlu.T people. Is there anything ""' ' '"" '" I can do to put an end to his constant criticism?" Yes there is. Next; time you go out foaethrr you jnipht slip a tiny note- For tills pattern .send -id: in COINS, your name, address, .size leslred. and the PATTERN NUM- : J[ R to Sue Burnett,, Courier NOW:;, 175 Quimiy St., Chicago 6. IU. Don't mi.-« the new Basic FASH- ON for '53, spring and summer. It's i complete spring sewing Kuirie for mart, practical wardrobes; gi ,ern printed inside the bu cents. bonk in your handbag and jot down a few well-chosen criticisms of your husband when no one is looking. Then when you Ret home and thp pat.- 1 "\viiy didn't you" and "Why did '-. ^' l| ynu?" cliwu^sion starts, whip out the notebook and say. "I thought Mrs. N. N., Sfonington, Me., writes ANN PINKHAM' "So nervous from 'HOT FLASHES' I was always bursting into tears!" Then Mrs. N. N. loomed how doctors' loit* brought relief in case after cose/ Those suffocating "heat WHVOS" — nervous, clammy fcelin»s — restless irritabilily — an 1 well- known to women suffer!nt; from tho fum't.nmvilly-cnused disifess of middle life "change"! You want relief from such .suffering. And — chances ;u\- — you can set it. Thrilling relief! Thanks to Lydia, Pinkhain's.' HOW IT WORKS: }'inhhmn^ nrt.t through sympathetic iwn'nus si/s- Yen . . . tors' texts Pinklmm'.i pniiiiiJ iinci n'litUTCl M: trews In (»: flO'r (rospi- nf tin: ca.-sc- Cdinpli'tf IIIK rollpfi Try scicr modern- PJnklmin's t/n»Moo. di relief from distress of Get Lytl Compound proucd Till Wonderful o£ meiiatn vniceofLydia K ' Pillkhajn "hot Hashes" nnd other "change o£ life". llii finkhnm'a Vegetable ' nr cuiivciilcnt neto, fm- )lcts (with added Iron). , too. (or functlunnl pains ul perlodiil KO^DllU . . . choose Biiimykiiis Ware, a royal preseHfJor the yointg Ciiilciren love the gay licile bunnies scattered on this fine English dinncrwirc, Tough and sturdy, Bunnykins Ware makes mealtime a special pleasure. Three piece set of mug, plate $3.75 \Vc have a nice selection of lovely silver trays at SPECIAL prices. Colored Trivets reduced to $2. ON MAIN Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature —Plus— Coming Events Monday Band Mothers Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Junior High, auditorium. Cotillion Club has 7:30 p.m. called business meeting at Hotel No- Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church has 7:15 p.m. meeting with Miss Adeline Lee, W( lien of the First Presbyterian Chuivh have meetings as follows: Circle One with Mrs. E. P. Borum, with Mrs. E. A. Rice, co-hostess at 2:30 P...I.; Circle Two at the church, with Mrs. Zal Harrison, and Mrs. Ross Stevens, hostesses nt 2:30 p.m.; Circle Three with Mre. Eel Tune at 1 p.m., for covered aisn luncheon; Circle Four Witli Mr.s. James S. Manly , with Mrs. Max Walters, co- hostess at 8 p.m.; and Circle Six with Mrs. Doyle Turner. Mrs. Newton Vick, and Miss Lois Fields, at the church, at 8 p.m. Tuesday DAR has 1 p.m. meeting at Hotel Noble with Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. H. W. Wylie, and Mrs. C. L. McWaters a;s hostesses. American Legion Auxiliary lias 8 p.m. called meeting at the Hut. Octave Club has meeting with Mrs. Leon Oenning. Love Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of tbe First Cliris- tian Church has 8 p.m. meeting with Mre. Joe McHaney. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. T. H. Caraway at 1920 Hearn. N. N. Bridge Club meets with Miss Betty Ann Harber. Members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meet at the club. -Mrs. Phillips Robinson entertains members of the La Petite Club at the Country Olub. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., IK ho*t«M t» members of the Trl-Town Club. Mrs. C. M. Smart ii hoiten to th* Tuesday Club. Yarbro Home Demonstration Olub has meeting. New Liberty Baptist WMTJ hu meeting. Wednesday Central PTA has 3 p.m. regular mqeting, preceded by 2:30 p.m. Mrs. C. Modinger is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. Harold Nunn is hostest to members of the CIS Club. Mrs. G. O. Poetz entertains members of Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. Cecil Shane is hostess to members of the Mid-week Club. Mrs. T. H. Caraway is hostess to members of the GBO Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Coleman Stevens is hostess to La Nueve Club. Mrs. J. H. Smart is hostess to Kibitzer Club members. Thursday Club to be entertained by Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. Chester Caldwell Is hostess to the Thursday Contract Club Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the church, with Mrs. E. E. Hardin, Mrs. J. O. Sudbury, Mrs. Alan Webb, and Mrs. Belle Wood as hostesses. Saturday * Duplicate Bridge League game begins at 1 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Carved Eggs Most peculiar item about the eggs of the ustralian emu is the dark, green surface. By cutting away the outer surface, a lighter shade is encountered, and this combination makes it possible to execute beautiful carvings thereon, much as a cameo is carved. ^^—^ « « « o - at fllll . DICHAJTO mUON • IM mER £±A£? / (DDK BMCIH . FWNCII UMEfORH - OESI A«HW C W '.' W U« . Ma** Mt o.Ki.d », acoiu Mwn Also Metro News TUES - WED - THURS Double Feature WAJNCH BROS. *•! il»r •— ~~-«™ - r~A Streetcar I Named Desire" M,_., — JJUfiB ( (KWM WI6H MARUUNDO ZAN ..•».•.... WARNER BROS f —Plus— TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT JAPANESE GIRLS! OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Irf-G-M's fctM*j:Mffi*i^*J:J MUSICAL! i 1AHE RICABDD \ . EXTRA! CARTOON & i 1AHE RICABDD \ , 'J POWELL»MONTALBAN \ 'Little Rascals' Comedy TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE BUCK NITE! DOLLAR A CARLOAD PLUS CARTOON LAST TIMES TODAY THE JEOPARDY RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Mike O'Kcefe Mr. & Mrs. James Westbrook Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hughes Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Haralson TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ABOVE BEYOND ROBERT TAYLOR • ELEANOR PARKER Lew Lchr Comedy & 2 Reel Musical Bick .lergens Orchestra AF,SO CARTOON RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Erwin Glass Mr. & Mrs. Harold Koonce Mr. & Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr. Air. & Mrs. Harold Stockton

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