The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 27, 1953
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BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER'NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 27, 19W Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bridge Party Is Given at Hotel Noble Mis. George Pyles nnd Mrs. Geoi.ce Hubbard entertained Sal- urda; afternoon In the Colonial Root i of Hotel Noble, with n bridge and canasta party, for nine tablet; of guests. Pansies and lilies of the valley were brimming -'rom small bowls atop the card tables as guests ar- rivec. and a salad plate with iced tea was served preceding the games. In the bridge game. Mrs. F. P.. Blati took first place, with second goto; to Mrs. O. G. Candill and low -core to Mrs. H. H. Houchins. In the games of Canasta first plac< went to Dr. Edna Nies, second to Mrs. W. P. Brewer, and low to Mrs. P. E. Warren. j Large arrangements of assorted sprii.g flowers were used throughout, the antertalninif rooms. Brthday Party Given in Home Mutha Jo Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelso C. Brooks of 1138 Holly, was entertained with a part,' Saturday afternoon in cele- brut on of her seventh birthday. Fi.'teen of the honoree's friends comprised the guest list. Party gam.'s provided the nfternoon's entertainment, and prizes \vere awarded fj Tudy Marie Vrska and Bobby I ubanks. PC How ing the parnc-5 and opening of tlie (tifst. the hostess served refreshments. GOSN'KM' STUDENTS 1IO.VORKO — Geneva Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee, has been named valedictorian and Mrs, Hilda Lee McGhpe, daughter of Mrs. Eddie Ellis and Woodrow MtCihee has been named salutatorian of Gosnell High School. Miss I.,ee received the OAH j Good Citizenship award this year, serves as president of the senior class, and is a member of the Beta Club, Mrs. McGhee serves as secretary to the superintendent. Bits of News Mrs Dixie Morris returned ycsiti- day 10 her home in Musko^ee, o«cli, alter ti visit- of two weeks here with her daughter, Mrs. John Buinett find family. Mr. and Mrs, Bini.itt motof'd Mrs, Mcii'ris to Memphis where she left, by plane for her home, accompanied by her young granddaughter, Jane Burnett, who will spend several weeks with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price were in Memphis Saturday to attend the production of "Romeo nnd Juliet," presented at Memphis State College, j Their son. Jos Ray Price, a student Him-, was i\ member of the cast. Among those from Burdette, who attended the South Central .Sunday School and Youth Convention of the Church of God at Little Rock this week end were the pastor,- the Rev. j. I). Hodges, Mrs, Hodges, Mrs. Bruce Barnftt, Mrs, Bonnie Hicks, Sybil Quails, Margaret Butler, and Hollls John.smi. Mrs. C. E. Parks and son, Cecil. )t.-nt the past week end in Essex, Mo., visiting her sister, Mrs. Ben Harrison and other relatives. Mr. and Mr;;. C. R. Cronk and son, Charles, spent the week end in Grey Ridge, Mo., with her mother, sister and relatives. Alice Con, Maid of Cotton, Shows Versatility of Cotton The all-cotton wardrobe assembled for Alice Corr. the 1953 Maid nf Cotton, demonstrates graphically the versatility of cotton. She wears (left) Konlay's striped denim in the rich colorings of deep red green, blue, brown and gold. Press is straight up-and-doivn sheath, belted in at waisl and worn with sha>vl fringed in black. Pastel'plaid gingham (left center) by Jerry I'arnis has small bodice sprinkled with rhinestones. There's great elegance in thi* tucked pink cotton chiffon (right center) by Adele Simpson. Skirt . has architectural fullness. Coordinated denim is used (right) by • Claire McCardell for tapering, boxy jacket -In sand color over slim sKirt and pleatea halter. Skirt is plain charcoal, halter U striped and jacket is lined with the same stripe. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Province were I • _J;^_ P)o\/ ^£>t in Meinhpis yesterday, as guests oi i L-QQIGS L^Uy Oc I For Wednesday Faculty Tea Is Given at Cottage ville District teachers ;U rhe Home j Charles Henley, who is a patient, a Economics Cottage, with a tea from Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. R NiqhoLson, Miss Winnie Virpil Turner and Miss Rwa Hardy entertained yesterday afternoon in honor of the Blythe- Mr. and Mrs. Harris While, and Mr. I . nnd Mrs. Izell White. They went es- ! peciallv to visit Mrs. Province's son, t Duplicate League Plays at Hotel Mrs. W. A. Affllck and Mrs. S. E. Tun; won top scores Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble, when members of the BIytheviHe Duplicate Leas ue conducted their weeklv brid;e games. Second place winners of the five- tabbi Howell movement' were Mrs E. B. Gee and Mrs. Russell Phillips whil? third plnce went to Mrs. Harry V. Haines and Mrs. C. C. Councille Coming Events Woman's Service of Miincliiy Society of the First Christian three to five. In the receiving line, other than the hosts, were Mrs. L. E. Old, and Mrs. K. J. Cure. Mrs. Paul Pi-yor. Mrs Max B : Southeni Mi-thodist"univc"rsitv"Wie^n8 on the committee are Mrs. H. Reid. Mrs. Charles Lanus ton <™<* | is aie daughter of Mrs. C. H. Whis- C- Blnneknship. Mrs. G. A. Hale, Mrs. Murray Smart pn*mli*d at the' ** «....., ~ «, , tea table. Miss Melba Pryor, Mis.s Betty Ann Harber nnd Miss Carmen Miss Annet.c Whistle hit', recently been elected vice president of Theta Sifftnji Phi. women's nationnl joiir- nahsm honorary frater Wednesday is to be Lndies Day at the Country Club with luncheon beginning- at 1 p.m.. followed by an hflernoon* of bridge and canasta. Chairman of the hostess comin!"- t\ at tee is Mrs. B. R. Hays. Others serv- re Mrs, H. I tie of BIytheviHe. Mr. and Mrs. L. It's So New Ar.d Smart burnett A stunning dale frock for import- Church meet ftt the Church at 7.30 p. m Katie Hntton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church meet with Mrs. J. T. Westbrook at 7:15 n.m. Tuesday Christian | Carey were in charge of the guest Mrs - Rnbert L. Pierce of Leachville, _ . . Mrs. Jack Cuadra. Mrs. Noble Gi!l F-. Norns and of DeUi Mps Lawi - en ce Primm, Mrs. mid Mrs. W. A. Blanken- J M _ Miss Virginia Bowen and Monte Tredway of the Home Kco- nomics deportment were in cnftrge of refreshments, and were assisted by several of their students. They were Jean Bradley, Betty I ship, all of Little Rock, were the Mrs. I wtek encl Quests of Mr. and Mrs. Members of the Zeta Chapter of Ann M Ul j|n Si Ll ', Nf . a i sutlbiiry. Mon- Delta Kappa Gamma meet at the Colonial Room at 7 p.m. Alpiia Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has Ritual of Jewels at Hole! Noble nt 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Russell Rials Is hostess to members of the Octave Club. La Pet it e Club members meet with Mrs F E. Utlcy. Timka Bunco Club plays at the home of Mrs. Alvis Harris, Mrs Don KerboucUi Is hostess to members of tlie N. N. Bridge CUil: Trl-Town Club is to entertainH at (he home of Mrs. James Terry. Tuesday Club members play at the home of Mrs. jK.ise Taylor. Country Ciub Duplicate Bridge League Ims meeting at the flub. Nt'w Liberty Bnptist Women's Mis- iiotiary Union Meets. Yarbro Home Deniosfrntion Club has serni monthly mooting. Wednesday Twenty couples were enlortniurd Ladies Day at the Country Club Saturday nlpht nt rlio Amerinnn beuins at 1 p.m.. with luncheon, Legion 'Hut. when a new dinurp club followed by brirlir? nnd cnnasta, I Wi ' s formiul. Mr. nnd Mrs. H, C, Hlph Two Bridw Club ^ to hn j Blniikcnshin nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ml Blankenshlp and family. nnd Mrs: C. A. Cunningham j Koehler, Mrs. J. E. Dicks and Mrs. Alvin Hardy. and her sister, Mrs. John Morrow of Ultle Rock, were in Crawfordsulle. Ark., where they attended the Mt-Uiodist Church homecoming Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe had afi their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Taylor and son, Parker, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway fir| rived .home fr~ ,1 St. Louis yi; i day. Mr. Coiuvay has been a pa- i tient at Barnes Hospital for ub?er- i vation. Keep Lingerie ya Blunkenship. Peg«y Taylor, Pat Partlow nnd Martha Beitn. More than ISO Quests called during the afternoon. " luce over white Un<;n t.-vev- laid the tea titbit, which held a centerpiece of lavendar chrysattthe- mums interspersed with white stocks. Silver candlesticks held! burning white topers, flanking thcj Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Ilnrdy centerpiece. BHin Dutch iris nnd spent the wet'k end in Memphis At the Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed; J. B. Holland, City Deborah Sue Jones, Cooter Walls Hospital Dismissed: Danny Deen, City Ronald Bennett, Holland Kathy Bone, Memphis •;. Dewey Wilson, Roseland Mrs. Mary Lane, City Mrs. flora Gray, Osceola Mrs. Marie Meyers, Luxora Mrs. James R. Perry and baby, City MVB. Glenn MacArthur, City Mrs. Elizabeth Hargett and baby, City E. B. Chitwood, City Norman Graham, Manila Mrs. Tom Thorn, Roseland Executive Board Has Luncheon Members of the executive bnard of the Calvary Baptist Church Women's Missionary union met at the hoem of Mrs. Lucian Gaines for their monthly meeting Thursday afternoon. •% Luncheon was served from small tables, which were decorated with roses and verbma interspersed with greenery. Mrs. H. j. Fondren gave the invocation and sentence prayers served as a benediction. pink rows formed bouquets used in ihe hull nnd at vantage points throughout the cottage. Saturday Dance Club Is Formed en ten nined by Mrs. Bcnmrcl Joule rs, Mrs. Harold Nitnn is hostess (o members of thp OTB. Mrs. .jpsse M. Whitr is hostess to members of flub K'i»iit. Mrs. Cornelius Modinpci' is to pnt.nrtnin. mrmbers of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. 'w J Pollard fc hoslrss to members of tl.p UVdncsdny Club. Tlmrsday Esther Class nf the Kirst BnptLsl. Church hits 7::w p m. meeting Jit ,hr home of Mrs. Rnydo Vcacr. Mrs. T. II. Cant way is i.o entertain members of the GEO Club. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. G G. Camlill. TLE Club is to meet with Mrs. W. J-, Cupples Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Ben Mac White is hostess o members nf the l.a Nuevc Club. Kibitzer Clubs meets with Mrs. T. M. WilSinms, Jr. Mrs Russell Phillips is to entrain members of the Thursday Club. Mrs C. A Cumiinfhtim is to be with his brother, Capt. Jnclc ll;inly anil Miss Nancy Waclti. They attended the Mrmphis-New Orleans game at Russwood Park. Dun Wallace Bunch is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bunch for their child, wl.o was born yesterday nt noon at the Walls Mrs. Bunch is the former Miss Doris Abbott. d:ilighter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Abbott. I Jerry Berry, student nt Ole Miss, ! Oxford, Miss., and Alan Berry, stu- | dent at Univrrsi-y of Arkansas i School of Mr-dicinc, Lit lie Rock. 1 '• were the. work end pucsts of their ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Ber: ry. Marshall niacknrd were hosts nnd hostesf-f's for the occasion, In n business session,, conducfcd beluvf dimrms h^enn. Mrs. Blankenship wns elected prr-c-idcnf. Mrs. Roy-Kirksey was elected secrcuiry, and Dun Burpe, irctisurcr. In other I Douglas DPPII has been removed Teen-agers, you've probably often heard that men prize daintiness in a girl almost above anything else. Those of you who hope and expect to marry mi^hl begin tnuniug yourself In daintiness now. What exactly is meant by this quality It's the sum total of many little practices that leave you ab- sol.ittPly clean, tidy nnd fragrant. And the girl who is truly dainty is, the presence of relatives and friends mistress of a routine that never . o[ the couple. A reception in honor of the newly weds was held immediately following the ceremony in the recreation hall Mrs. Lina Hess Weds Soloman Kohn Sunday night, following- the evening services at Temple Israel, the ; wedding of Mrs. Linda Hess to So-! Ionian Kohn was solemnized at the \ temple by Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi, in leaves her caught short on these points. A few examples will serve to il- lustra te daintiness. For instance, nrcj of the temple. ] your fingernails always manicured | The couple teft for a trip to Bak- and perfectly clean. It's a good Idea i ersfield. Calif., where they will visit to have an emery board, an orange- j Mrs. Kohn's daughter and her fam- wood stick and a nail-white pencil • ily. ' j in your handbag for emergency use.f — ____________ — j Is your lingerie always sweet? Atj Deep scratches in mahopany \ nlUt when you launder your slock- | can be made "invisible" with an; not take launder your DON'T WAIT! Pearl Lee of El Dorado spent the week encl here visiting rebuves. Danny Deen, son of Mr. ami Mrs. business, n list of hosts and bos-I from Wl ULs Hu^pita! to his home, j ,, p ,. j( , \ v li-sw-s for the coniinu; yc;ir was: HR underwent a tonsilcclomy .-ntur-| ^..j^ why more and launder your slip, nnd Rird).e as well Two sols of lin-i gene plus a t.hird for emergency! are all most girls require. 3t's ens- j ier to keep them clean than to face j nn accumulation of laundvy. 1 Girls who wear the sheer nylon | blouse. 1 ; sn n.opulnr these days aren't j capitalizing on the daintiness in- j herent in such blouses if the lin- , ;hich shows through isn't i five minutes application of iodino. Try nibbing ; bra 'them with the cut -side of a wal- \ nut or Brazil nut meat to conceal ) light scratches. ! I H t- f r t 1 s h m e n ts wei 1 Umumhoin the evcninij of tlnnniig. sniii ii!lrr uiidni^ht tin 1 hn.'-ics.ics served breakfast. Irom siniill Uibli's, decornH'd in mixed -sprinc flowers. Ma triage Licenses The followinp couple has obtained n marviaRe license fvom ihp offirp of the rounty clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Soloman Kohn. Wentx.ville, Mo.. and Lina He; ., Blytheville. day nnd is repctrted to be in a sat- j si-ru-d Vs f., U :tovy t-ontlii it- To br rit-ht. it ought to have wide shoulder straps to cover the brassiere wtnip.s, ou»ht to be cut high enouiih in back and in front to cover the brassiere, outfit to match the blouse in color, and should be opaque and pretty, though not fus.\v. The slip under a sheer that doesn't meet thc.'fie requirements spoils the dainty picture you can make, n't wait until you've saved up t T n« cash to enjoy the convenience and economy of Natural Gas. We'll finance your Natural Gas Pipe Installation for you. / Have the work done by any qualified pipe installer. We'll pay the bill and arrange for you to repay us on low monthly installments. Call, write, or come in and see us for complete information on this plan that makes il easy for you to have Natural Gas Service right away. No obligation. Ark-Mo Power Co. ant evenings all suinmer. Younp ' hostess (n members of the Mid- and pi-ctiy with a new 'oak in the i Week Club . contrasting fabrics, Mrs. neckline, tiny sleeves. Pi ;tern No. 8964 is a sew-rite per- Jora.ed pattern in MWK II, 12, 13, 14. 16. ."&, 20. Size 12. stripe. 3 yards of 39-i:\eh; plain, 2-'- t yards. Per this pauern, send 30 mils in COIVS, your name, address, size tie- Friilny '11 C, Fan 1 is hostess to member. 1 ; of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Clyde Pntlon i> to mombow of the Vemimli Club Class of the First Baptist Church meets n( nhurch Ht 2:.'W sirec, and the PATTERN NUMBER] P-T"- Hostesses are Mrs. IL'. M. Eaton to £ue Burnett, Courier News, 375 and Miss Cordelia Wilbile. St., Chicago 6, 111. ' ' ~~~~ ' Di-n't miss the new BSMC FASH- .smart. pracMcal warcrobes; pift ION tor '53. spring and summer. U/s j paU-tfi-n printod inside Die noofc. 25 p. tciiipifif spriiiR sewinK jtuidc for i cents. LITTLE LIZ— The reason we never hear of self-made women is that women seldom take the blame for anything. *NW* EVANGELISTIC BIBLE CONFERENCE CAHI, c. CMIM Pastor-Eva ngcHst THE FIRST GRACE CHURCH 22'H Wi-sf .llnrcurrile. lilyiliovillr. Arkansas Tues. April 28 Through May 3 N'lshll.v, 7;30 SPEAKER: CARL C. CLUM Pastor and founder or Grnco Go>pcl Church, Aria. Ohio, with a nies.sdsir of good news for rvtTy nian; also a vision and desire 10 loach all believers the unity of the Faith. Some of the Suh.|i-rls: "The Mjstrry of Godliness" "From Rails Tn Rlrhes" "Christ r.ame Not To Conrtemn" "U'isdotn of God vs. Ignorance of' I\Ten* "What Is Your Life," Be a Berean. Come, hour, then search the scriptures whether these things be true. T'ph. 2:0—"By isrnce nre ye saved." BOB PETROVICH, Pnslor C.ump — Cray — Urln|C Vonr Bible »nd a Friend OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times SUN -MON Double Feature 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE!'-RA!N or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents »to«« • tail nifit • MW iiui : i«k iinii LAST TIMES TONITE -PLUS!Carroon & 2-Reel Musical TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BIG DOUBLE FEATURE! BUCK NITE! BRjNG A CARLOAD FOR $1 ALSO CARTOON TDK STOHVDFA M-G-M',1 -PltlS- KlII WILD 1 lOlHil (IHSIl ,—. BARBARA STANWYCK'PAUL DOUGIAS ROBERT BYAII-MARILYN MONROE CLASH BY NIGHT ALSO METRO NEWS LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News & Cartoon with MARl BUNCHARD A UNIVERSAL LWRIWiCNAl PldURt Tt'ES- WED-THURS Double Fealure ALSO CARTOON: Cncklo Corners RITZ GUESTS Mr. &' Airs. Hadlcy Hays & Family Mr. & Mrs. Earl Bullard & Family Mr. & Mrs. J. A. 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