The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 24, 1953
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHKVTLLB (AM.)' COURTBt N1WI FRIDAY, ' H, 1»M Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phon« 4461 TIE Bridge Club Is Entertained Mis. BII Hodge was a Riiest of Mrs. Gilbert Sny'lhe last night whei. she enlerttained members of the TLK Club with a dessert briciee »t h?r home. Mixed spring blossoms formed minrture centerpiecs for the card tublis, from which party foods were served proceeding the games of bMdse. Winners were Mrs Olto Scrape, first place: Mrs. W. E. Cherry, sec- cond; and Mrs. Bil Horise. bridgo. Mid-Week Club Is. Entertained Members of the Mid-Week Club were entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, when she was hostess at her home to tin' club and two guests, including Mrs. Waller Morrow of Little Rork, who : -y- \i / j is tl.e guest of her sister. Mrs. C. ! To Wed Mr. and Mm. James Perry are the parent* of a son born Wednesday at Walls Hospital. He is their first child, and has been named Janus Ricky Mrs. Perry Is the former ! Miss Wanda Shellon. Twenty one members of Troop j Bobby McOaniel, son of Mr. and Six of the Girl Scout Lone Troop i j^rs char'es W. McDaniei, received Association received certificates en- j a Awards Given At Scout Tea mliiiR them to the Girl Scout Conk- iiiK Badge at a tea given ye.steiday. It certifies that they have completed the cooking school tpon- sored by Arkansas-Missouri Power awards banquet at Kendall CoLkgt Evanston. III.. Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Wolsey visited in Memphis yesterday with D.imon r , Md'fod, who is it patient at Ken- Company' Mrs. Helen Carr, home j Medv General Hospital, service director of tile power com- Mrs _ o. W. McClltchen, Mrs. F.u- pan.v, presented the awards. [ e( . n j a .Jenkins of Steele, and Mrs. .Jim Holeson Jeft yesterday for Little Rock, where they will participate in the City of Roses bridge tqurna- Troop ieadders me Mrs. Oarrell Lunsfoi-d and Mrs. .Joe McHaney. Girls who received the awards were Lucy Caudlll. Mary Tarvcr nl(M)1 „, ,),e Lafayette Hotel. Stevenson, Charley Harris, Linda: j^,. nnf i ,\i,- s George 'Footer and Joy Lindsey, Barbara Crowd), Lin-| rta .,„!,!,.,. [,.j s o f Brooklyn. N. Y., da Griffin. Linda Cullom, Dale : are | n Memphis for several days. Wnnda Horncr Dale Cullen, Mary Joe Oden. Donna Sue Byrd, Mable Lee Lunsford, Bertha : Too i e r's sister. Mrs. S. J, Cohen, Ann Gaines, Carolyn Ann Webb, here for the past. 10 days and are have been the guests of Mr. HONORED — Frances Ballard has been named valedictorian and Billy Overtoil has been named salulaorian of Dell High school for 1092-83. Miss Ballard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charley C. Ballard. and is secretary of the Beta Cli.b and a member of Future Homemakers of America Club. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Overtoil, Mr. Overton is a member of the Beta Club and Band. They will receive (heir awards May 14 at graduation. R. Llghfoof, and family. Mr. mother nccompanled them h«r«. Ollle Powers of Richmond Calif., Is visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Raymond Wilson, and family and will be here for an Indefinite time. Seaman W. H. Richardson, Jr., j of San Diego. Calif., is home on a 15-day furlough and will return! May 3. Billie Buck of Corpus Christ!.: Tex., spent the week end with his brothers, H. C. Buck and Jack , Buck. i Mrs. C. W. Carngan was In Fayetteville over the week end with her i daughter. Miss Gay Carrigan. Hugh Williams who. is employed in St. Louis was at home over the j week end. - ! Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones, Jr., of Rockford. 111., spent the week end with Mrs. Jones' mother. Mrs. W. j Fill > plastic squeeze bottlt »'ith a'thick soapsuds solut'on for keeping In the glove compartment <rf your car. You'll ilwtyi tuv* something to qlean the children'* hands with. What Happened to the Woman Who Painted Her Face (sec back page) " Manila Girl ! Clara Lou Gilbow. and Radme Mrs. Borum Is . A. Cunningham and Mrs. J. E. Dicks. Luncheon was served in the dining ] Mjss Wanda Faye Horner. whose roo mwhere the table was centered ; W eddins !o Carol Lee Forrest of i i • . r~ I I with lilies of the valley interspersed j M his will be 50 |emmwd Sat.ur- MOSteSS tO Li UD with rosebuds. White Dutch iris| rt!lv , m , n ,i ng at the Plrsi Baptist • were used in the living room, where | chll] . ch , n Manl |,, was compl | mem . : jues s spent the afternoon in play- | fd recen [ ly lvkl) „ bu , rel dinnpl . ing widfte. I d llng j r | e shower at the home Mrs. Dicks won first place with | M| . 5 w R Lawh( ,,. n wjlh Mrs ji j , I FlC I I Lydia Jo Smlbury, Alice LindquisL, ^ ues ts of his aunt. Mrs. I. Dininnd Dorothy Rowell, Berty Jo Uoweti.' })|Ut Mr Dmmiui in Memphis. En- Cnrolyn Cordftll. Sara I/)U Boynt.' ,- OU ie home, they will go through ihe Smokies, and slop for several, days in Wnshington, D. C. AA/nrl^ Dl it Capl. Clarence S. Webb will ar-| *»^' '>• WU I rive in Memphis by plane today.; where he will be met by Mrs. Webb, j After .spending 22 months dvr.y In i Korea, he nrnvfd in the United j So many women \vrite and ask ' States yesterday, and will spend a J host- I 30-day furlough here. j Miss Frances Freeman and Miss | can set hold of a budget to live by.; tennine your way of life and you ; Hazel M. Morris are spending sev- • i.hat I am writing my first and j can't expect anyone else to figure ing on a way of living. Saying to each other: "We'll do this or have; that because it is important to us. j We'll do without that it i happens to be something we car. get! ftlont,' without. We'll live this way • now in order to live anothef- way later." j A budget isn't just figures, it's' figuring. Figuring out what you • want to do with what you've sot. S That is why no outsider can make | Mrs. Edgar Borum was ess at her home yesterday for a luncheon when Riiests Included me if I can outline a family budget! out the right budget for you. for them or tell them where they j The budget you decide on will de-| tecond high score going to Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. j Perry Ballard as co-hostess. I For the occasion, the honoree wore R blue linen dress, the neckline of which was embroidered with [lowers embedded with rhinestones. The honoree was presented with a white chrysanthemum corsage by the hostesses, , . „ „, ,, Guests were greeted bv Ihe hos- Guest of Mrs. Clarence Webb, tewM , n {ne „ ^ yesterday when she entertained ; WBJ} mfirked wUh wnitp bnske(s of members of the I* Nueve Club wiis lbr j dal wrmh _ MiM Mfmhfl Afln Mrs. Russell H. Farr, , : Lawllnrll< wno wore a pale Rref>n M's. Coleman Stevens won firer- floor (e[1( . Lc NueveClub Is Entertained members of the Thursday Contract era! days with Miss Freeman's j probably last budget article. Club. Mrs 1 Carol Blakemore. Mi*;. I mother, Mrs. Tannn Freeman, and] The only sane nnd sensible bud- her grandmother, Mrs. Odie Fn e- ' pTjKJ^BMlBSfe K pt f° r R family mnn, prior to their return to Los %tfgj^^fj^f^ 10 nvc by is one Angeles, via Junrez. - Mexico, and Carlsbad Cavern, N. M. that out for you. Kth ROW11 _ wrvpd pimch , n , he ]lving room flnd WRS assfsted by Mjss Jennie u , e Walke ,. ( who wore colored gown. ; Marvin Robinson, and Mrs. Spen- i cer Alexander. Guests were seated in the dining room for luncheon' where a low bow) held talisman rosebuds j i as a table centerpiece. Later in the ' • afternoon they played bridge in the i !«vin K mom. ' : Duplicate League Prizes for the games were awarded _,, ,,, , , ,~ : to Mrs. F. B. .loyner. high score :PJays Weekly Game : winner, and Mrs. Alexander' second i high. with second place going Mrs. R. E. Green and bridge to Mrs. Leonard Oldham. i Dfssert was served following the! gam?i In ths entertaining rooms. | vhe-e tulips .and iris formed thej WBS ove rlaid with an Irish linen design. . f put work cloth centered with a Members of the club presented i shower theme, made of a white ma- the hostess with a gift and a cor- jj nR umbrella, covered with dainty pink bows, a bride doll dressed in while lace and satin ,mri tin . . _, _ Tne bufre , dinncr Wa5 wrv ed ! At ( HI intr\/ C I JO from the dinin(f loom tab|e which j ' Xl ^UUI fll ) V^iui^ Mrs. Dick J. White and Jim Rnle son were hish score winner? last nifiht at a meeting of the Blythe >.'UIe Duplicate Bridge League ar, Hotel Noble. Other winners of the six-table Costly Diamond Gives Lesson that a husband and wife sit down and work out for themselves. It's their money to be spent., their obligations to be met, and their lives to be lived. Ruth Mi.lett so who would h . s know better than they how much; SAN ANTONIO tfF\ — Gabriel Castillo. filling station operator, is no longer interested in rewards offered for lost diamonds. A customer who drove into his filling station complained that he . . . Yessir! We'll pay for your natural gas pipe installation and let you pay us back on low monthly installments. You select your own pipe installer to do your job. We pay for the complete installation and arrange for you to repay us while you're enjoying the many advantages of this modern, dependable heating and cook- of their money should go for one | ring in the washroom. A search failed to reveal the miss- ; stone. The man told Castillo he Blythevville Country Club was thcs scene of a lunchron f-iven yes- thing and how much for another? Making a family btinget. shouldn't j ," Qsuld pay him S50 as a rewal . d if Howell movement were Mrs. Mntr be too much of a problem for any | )le found the stone and | eft hjs Monaglian and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, j couple. They know what their in- j te | ephone number with the fillini Rebekah Lodge Has Hobo Party, Shower second place, with third place going; come is. They know what their terday by' Mrs" "Byron Morse". Vh™ ' lo Mrs. Audnmelle Freeman and | fixed expenses are she entertained members of the, Mrs - Georgia Bailey. ritiiKcment of pink carnations. Pink tapers flanked the arrangement. r _ ! Thursday Club. ' Guests were Mrs, 5 Guests. Club |f) j — |Om£ Members of the Rebekah Lodge I tttj? jded a "Hobo Party," and com- i billed miscellaneous shower honor- j ing Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, whose i hoffis was destroyed by fire several I Mrs - Johnny White emertnined weeks ago. following iheir regular i '"embers of the Kibiizrr Club and night meeunc. j ^' ve Ri'e.-ts yesterday at. the home Plizes were awarded to Mrs. Eula ; of Mrs. Bpn White. Roll.son and Mrs. -Audie Johnson i I" *h g afternoon's bridge (tames. for she best costumes. Refreshn.iMiLs i Mrs. Robert G. Mcliuncy won first werf served later in the evening. ' place, with -second coing to Mrs. | George Hubbard, Jr., for the club. were Mrs, W. H. Morse of San Antonio. Tex., and Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr. Tulips In paste! shades, with swirls of lacy fern were used to form a central design for the table at whic hthe guests were served lunch. fn the afternoon's bridge games. Mrs. Russell Phillips won first place, with second going to Mrs. K. w. Alllick. At the Hospitals Blythrvlllp Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. L. R. Tims and baby, City station operator. ' Later another customer walked in and said "I have just found a They know, or if they don't they should find most out of life, wnetner tney wain j ot the othe a home of their own. a college edu- j e] . was in too big a hurry to tl . y to cation for their children, retirement j ]ocat(! hjm He su pg e :,ted Castillo at a certain age, or a secure old agei gjve h , m $1S and then collect the out, what they want j dlamon[1 s t one ." Castillo told him i life. Whether they want | of tne otner man . s loss but the find- Coming Events Cork flooring, in tile or carpet : form, should .be scaled with a i I peneti'Ktlng floor sealer to prevent I staining and protect the surface, i for themselves. The important thing is that making out a budget is more than writing down a lot of figures and deciding to keep a strict accounting of where money goes. It is 350 from the owner. After the man left. Castillo discovered he had paid S15 for a piece of glass. - i Read Courier News Classilled Ads i Late News In Classics . H. Guest hislificoro went v> Mrs. Sims. . with second to Mrs. Wnrren. Mrs. ; shower at Hotel Noble .1. M. Willtftms. Jr.. won the brldgo. : Mrs. Tom Walls trom 3 Pansies and ' throughout the roses were used '• hvinp room, where! Friday Mrs. F. L. Husband and Mrs. W stnVR ,, nre hostesses for a tea honoring p. m. to White or pastel walls and woodwork, which provide maximum reflection of llcht, will help to lighten dark rooms. 5 p. m. Mrs. Russell Mo.slry is hostess at puests were entertiilneti. and were 7:30 p.m. to ihe Vendredi Bridge served a dessert course following the pumps. Bible Class Has Business Meeting Members of the Uidjef Bible Class of the Firsi Methodist "Jlnireh met at the cliuroh yfstcrd:'-: afternoon fur their monthly business and sorial mcetins;" Mrs J o. Sudbiii-y «a-e Ihe after- Club at the A. S. Harrison home. ~~--'•"-" Saturday "Storyliorir". piirty and end of the yenr long contest is to be conducted lit the Library with usual grouping from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m., and 10 to 11 a.m. KlbltMi Club is beinn entertained by Mrs. Johnny White. Mrs. Gilbert Smtyhe Is hostess to members of the T' S Bridge Club. Mrs. Byron Morse is to entertain the Thursday Club. Mis. J. Louis Cherry Is to be , . , , hostess to members of the Mid- uonn s devotional using verses from j \vppk Club | Corinthians, which she followed I Mrs . T H Caraway , 5 hostcss ,„ w.'.h prayer. Alter pn.up singing.. the GEO Club Mrs. Boss Stanton. vice president, Sunday presided in the nb^-nse of Mrs. \V. Pen-.isrot County Singing Conven- I. Wenlon. pn-Mdent. The regular' tion is to hold itji monthly singing nrdi-r of business was londuricd. ' at Gobler Mrs. Slldbury and Mrs. E. E. .! Ilardin were hoMw,scs for the OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! 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