The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 15, 1953
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PAGE FOUR RI.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWI WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1953 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 44bj. Dixie Pig Scene Of Samba Club Mrs. Leon Oenning entertained last night at the Dixie Pig Drlve-In, lor members of her samba club, the Octave and one guest. Mrs. W E. Cherry. In the evening's samba games. Mrs. Cherry won high score, am Mrs. Al Holman won low score. Dessert course was served follow Ing the card games. Five Guests Meet with Club Mrs. Murray Smart entertalnet five guests with members of thi Tuesday Club at her home yesterday for luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge. Mrs. G. O. Poetz, Mrs. Charles Langston, Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs Robert J. McKinnon of Manila and Mrs. Gean Atkinson composec the guest list. Lunch was served In the dining room, where the hostess used pink and purple color scheme. The centerpiece was of purple tulips and pink dogwood, interspersed witl narcissi, with trace cards in keeping with the chosen theme. In the living room, where guests played cards during the afternoon pansies and tulips were placed al vantage points throughout. Mrs. Poetz took high score in the bridge, with second going to Mrs. Loy Welch. Trinity Baptist Circles Meet in Homes Members of Circle One, and Olr- cle Two of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Trinity Baptist church met at the homes of Mrs. {Catherine Campbell and Mrs. E. G. Lovell. respectively, Monday afternoon for Gay Color For Accent 8928 10-20 By Sue Burnett Your fnvorite dress nil summer long. A young, well tailored casiml accented with touches of crisp white on collar, cuffs and pocket llnps. Add a wide purchased belt In bold contrast. Pattern No. 8928 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 3% ynrds of 39-Inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, s\K desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, IH. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. 33 Students Make Honor Roll Students ns Oosncll High School, who mnintjiincd the nvcr- age grade in their respective classes the fifth six weeks are Ronnie Mc- Oaughey, Carl Hester Warren, Roy Lynn Via, Douglas Watkins, Barbara Potter, and Geneva Lee. Twenty seven others were named on the honor roll. They Include: Seventh grade—William Bell, Buford Brackin, Jerry Burnett, Bruce Hart, Huey Stigall, Bonnie Wright, Betty Poff, Mary Alice Needliam, Peggy Meate, Bertha Carter. Eighth Grade — Leroy Pearson, Billy J[oe Sellers, Earline Hoskins, Jean Howard, Janet Roberts. Ninth Grade — Barbara Bevill, Donna Daniels, and Wanda Whittle. Eleventh Grade—Roy Lee McKay, Ernest Allen. Mary Pate, Wanda Raspberry, Janette Lee. Twelfth Grade—Marlene Douner, Gay Helen McMilllan. Hilda Lee, and Frances Cotton. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c Al All Times WED -THURS Double Feature F" "A Streetcar Named Desire" LNaniedl MNLEHRlONBiiDO TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT JAPANESE GIRLS! G&m Love Group Has Meeting in Home Mrs. J. W. McHnney and Mrs. Bill Rader entertained 18 members of the Love Group of the First Christian Church last night with one guest. Mrs. James Rainwater. Mrs. Freeman Robinson presided over the business session after the ;roup repeated the Lord's prayer. Mrs. Joe Pride reviewed the book, 'Don Camilla and his Flock," by Giovanni Gimrcschl. After the °t~ iering was Ukcn, Mrs. Hntnwater offered the prayer of dedication. The group repeated the missionary benediction and they were dismissed. Refreshments were served by the hostesses following the meeting. DAR Chapter Has Luncheon Mrs. C. L. McWaters was hostess yesterday to members of the Char- evolx Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution at Hotel Noble, for a luncheon followed by business sceslon and program. Quests Included the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fltzhugh, and Mrs. W M. Titzhugh. The film, "Twentieth Century 'llgrims." wns shown, after which Mrs. E. B. Woodson presided over he buelness session. business and Royal Service pro- firamfi. Eight members of Circle One met with one guest, Mrs. J. C. WIHamfi. Mrs. Marvin Kenwrlght gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Arab Speck was In charge of the business session. Mrs. H. H. Burnett gave the devotional after which Mrs. Joyce Crocker gave the teson and offered dismissal prayer. Mrs. Campbell served refreshments In the social hour following. Mrs. C. S. Birmingham was a guest with the seven members of Circle Two. Mrs. John Nelson gave the devotional, followed by prayer by Mrs. David McPeake. Mrs. Nelson also presided in the business nnd Mrs. McPeake taught the lesson. After Mrs. C. E. Parks dismissed with a prayer, Mrs. Lovell served party foods and iced drinks during the social hour. Surprise Bridal Shower Is Given ifi. Max Owens, recent bride, was complimented with n surprise bridal shower Monday night a( the home of Mrs. James Hampton, v-'hen 18 guests attended. Spring wns the theme used throughout the entertaining rooms, with pastel flowers providing decorations. The- presented Mrs. Owens with a red carnation corsage. Winners in the parly games were Mrs. Estelle Bourland, and Mrs. Virginia Powers. Al the Hospitals ISlytlH-vlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Tom Sorrel), Hollnnri. Mrs. Andrew Conlcy, Hermon- dnle, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Dick Richardson, city. Mrs. Minnie Vlckery, city. t'l a complete spring sewing guide or smart, practical wardrobes; f^lft lattern printed inside the bouk. 25 cuts. N. N. Club Has Two Guest Players Mrs. Bob Wiilden and Mrs. Clyde Putton were guests last nlfiht of Miss Betty Ann Harber, when she was hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge Club at home. Mrs. Russell Simpson won high score In the evening's card games, with second going to the hostess, and bridge to Miss Barbara Ann Smith. Dessert was served by the hostess at the conclusion of the bridge. Dessert Bridge Given for Club Blythevllle Country Club was the scene yesterday for a meeting of the La Petite Club, when Mrs. Phillips Robinson entertained with a dessert bridge for members. The entertaining room was decorated with arrangements of miniature chrysanthemums, snapdragons, and tulips In lavendar and yellow. Mrs. Max Usrcy was winner of high score In the bridge games with second high going to Mrs. A. H. McManus, and brldgo to Mrs. J. F. Montandon. fine for flavoring vegetables - ssss ALSO CARTOON OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINEI LAST TIMES TONIGHT DOUBLE FEATURE BUCK NITE! DOLLAR A CARLOAD "sA-G' 1 * 1 - trtti} **T n.± 1 j ^; w \p--DliSt •( Miss Pranellle Maloch ot Osceola lias been named Training Union chairman of the Baptist Student Union at university o! Arkansas. Mrs. Karl Damon accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James M. Barnes, formerly of here, now residing in Memphis, for a two weeks vacation in Mexico City. They lelt today. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Qalnes. Mr. and Mrs, Leon Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Eaves returned home last night from the Blytheville Hunting Lodee on Whiskey Chute near Mcllwood, Ark., where they spent several days fishing. Alltn, son of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Bush, was elected vice president of next year's Senior Class at the University ot Tennessee, where he Is a law student. Mrs. Paul Croft and Infant daughter, Paula Larina, of Cnruth- ersville have been removed from Walls Hospital to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wamble. Mrs. Max Reid and son. Jere Reid, are In Waco. Tex., where they are visiting relatives, Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold is in Fay- etteviUe, where she is the guest of her son, John Ed Rcgenold, Mrs. Regenolrt, and daughter. She motored Mrs. Reynold and daughter there after they spent several days here. Masterpoint Game Played by League Seven tables of members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League played a monthly master- point game last night at the club. Mrs. R, F. Kirshncr and Mrs. H. C. Sims won first place. Second place went to Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. Matt Monaghan, with Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin tfeing with O. S. Crowell and J. E. Stevenson for third place. Fourth place was won by Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Number Nine WMU Conducts Meeting- Mrs. Herbert Julian was hostess to nine members of the Woman's Missionary Onion of Number Nine Baptist Church yesterday at her home. Mrs. Cliff Johnson presided at the business session. The devotional was taken from Romans, nnd was given by Mrs. Raymond Whittle. Prayer by Mrs. Paul Webster followed the devotional. Seven members subscribed to Royal Service, after which the dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Bob Stovall. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Program Is Given By Baptist WMU "Mexico" was the little of pro- grain given yesterday afternoon at three circle meetings of the New Liberty Baptist Church. Mrs. Charley Lutes wns hostess to Circle One Mrs. P. E. Eubanks for Circle Two and Mrs. S. H. Bcvll for Circle Three. Nine members and three guests of Circle three met for the program which was directed by Mrs. Vance Dixon, who also showed slides on the country. Mrs. Lilies showed articles she had brought back from Mi'XlcO. Mrs. Orville McOuire directed the program for Circle two. when 14 members and one guest attended. Eleven members, three new men tacrs, and one guest, attended the Circle Three meeting. Mrs. Elmer Holmes gave the program. Business sessions and social hours followed the programs of each circle Coming Events Thursday Junior and Senior High PTA have 7:30 combined study course at the Home Economics Cottage. C and N. Birthday Club has 7.30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Walt Lutes. Mrs. Cecil Shane is hostess to members of the Mid-week Club Mrs. T. H. Caraway is hostess to members of the GEO Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays a 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 entertamec by, Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. Chester Caldwell |s hostest to the Thursday Contract Club Friday Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. Lloyd stickmon. Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the church, with Mrs. E. E. Hardin ; Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Mrs. Alan Webb, and Mrs. Belle Wood as hostesses. Vendredl Bridge Club meets with Mrs. A. S. Harrison. Saturday Cotillion Club has costume ball at Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Law-she, Mr. and Mrs. E J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson and Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla are entertaining. Duplicate Bridge League game begins at 1 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Gritty cleaning powders wear the glaze off enamel, resulting in dull spots. PROVED BIUION5 OF TIMES ; BY HIUIOHS OF PEOPLE St.Joseph LAST CHANCE TO SEE! Ski TAYLOR • ELEANOR PARKER Lew Lclir Comedy & 2 Reel Musical Dick Jergens Orchestra BEWARE. MY iOVtiY fft ' :««"-. n/Oiirp ! V yc«0..)/ll V/MA-C/ • PLUS CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Erwin Glass Mr. & Mrs. Harold Koonce Mr. & Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr. Sir. & Mrs. Harold Stockton THURSDAY & FRIDAY -. SHERRY JAfKSON. KwuTiWison... no KM MICHAEL CURTIZ — „ _ ,n. Para. News & Cartoon: "Cinderella Goes to a Parly" ADM I'l.US CARTOON & 2-RceI Musical 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents RITZ GUESTS Mr. it Mrs. .lames Vest Air. & Airs. U. H. Holt & Family Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Krnwn Mr. & Mrs. Russell Simpson Katie Hatton YWA Conducts Meeting Ml» M»ry Webb win hostess Monday evening to memben of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the Flrit Btptlst Church, at the home o! Mr«. E, M. Terry. Br., on Walnut. Mrs. H. H.' Brooks was guest speaker for the evening. Mrs. Millie Ann Mallory presided in the business and Mlsi Mickey Allen gave the devotional and. opening prayer. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, counselor, pronounced the benediction. A social hour was held following the meeting. Miss Mary Noe was a guest of the auxiliary. Shower Is Given For Mrs. Hendrix Mrs. Ruben Hendrix was complimented with a layette shower last night at the home of Mrs. Ohlen Little. Twenty five guests attended. Winners of the party games were Mre. Nanny West, Mrs. E. W. Hopper and Mrs. Charles Phillips. Co-hostess for the occasion was Mrs. Lawrence Hopper. Band Mothers Hold Monthly Meeting- Members of the Band Mothers Club met at the Junior High School auditorium Monday night, when Mrs. C. A. Hindman, president, was in charge of the meeting. She Introduced Ralph Nichols, violinist, and Emily Damon, piano accompanist, who presented "Tango In D," by I. Albeniz, and "Au- bodi Provencale," by Fritz Kreisler. Robert I/ipscomb gave a report on the performance of the band at the Jonesboro meeting last week. Fifteen members attended. New Liberty YWA Meets In Home Ten members and two guests of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of New Liberty Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Maxtae Crosskno yesterday. Mrs. Clyde Webb taught the mission lesaon from the book "Adventuring with God." A basket of fruit was taken by the group to a shut- in, where they gave a brief program ol song, prayer, and scripture. They returned to the Crosskno home for refreshments following their visit. Homes Need Throw-Away-Week' According To Some Husbands According to my men readers, what the American home needs more than anything else Is an annual "throw-away week." The way we women hang onto useless Junk, according to the men, Is a crime and a shame. Their letters poured in after a recent column of mine decrying the lack of storage space in the av- jraBe modern house. Even an architect j o ined in the chorus, writing: "No matter how much storage space a woman had she would never have enough for all the Junk 'she insists on saving." Here's a typical letter on the subject: "You ought to write a*n article on the women who save things, all kinds of things. They manage to fill desk drawers, closets, cellars, attics, and everything else that has >i horizontal surface, with a variety of objects which could only be duplicated in a museum, a curio shop, or a junk collection. "My wife collects magazines f Ruth Millet! find them on radiator covers, Inslda closets, down In cellar, on the trunk. She would as soon part with one as with her right arm. She doesn't look at them after reading them once; she Just keeps them—here, there and everywhere. "«• , "She also save^ clippings — all kinds on all sorts of subjects. They stick out of the strangest places. At least they prevent drawers fiwm rattling. In addition she keeps bits of string, menus, theater programs, letters, anniversary cards, ribbon from packages. "I mustn't forget those boxes of ( all sizes and shapes in the cellar. I Oh yes, and the sewing she Is going to do but hasn't gotten around to yet. All these articles must, simply must, be save because 'Everything has a use if you save it long enough* is my wife's motto." And here's the postscript: "Please, please don't mention my name. I love my wife. But I would like to see you publicize this masculine view of women and their collecting ways." .Well, there it is. If .it describes you it could be that your husband is the man who wrote the letter. Only don't accuse him of it. Instead, surprise him by announcing a family "throw-away week." A Baldwin-built Acrosonic Piano in your home will add 3 wealth ot musical enjoyment. It has beauty, stamina, and a tonai capacity amazing in so compact an instrument. See one ... hear one . . . play one and you will have no other piano. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. 208 West Main Phone 2071 J VI ADAMS, MgT. ' —Good Reconditioned Hanns— AS SEEN- IK CLAMOUR Alone or combined . these two superb contemporary * * colors go v/ilh everything in your » Sprfng-and-on wardrobe. Blissfully comfortable, too, ^ * thanV* to Risque'j exclusive Airsol. . 10 95 • Ash Calf with Cork Calf Trim. Cork Calf with Cork Calf Trim. Green Calf with Ash Calf Trim. 6u SON S if SHOES! Shoes & Hosiery

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