The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 7, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLl (ARK.)' COTMKt WIW1 THURSDAY, MAT T, Society Pat MuJlin*. Society Editor Phon* 4461 Mother's Day Program Given A Mother's Day program was presented yesterday in the recreation room of the First Christian Church, when Mrs. Ralph Nichols' Kindergarten entertained their mothers. The musical program, directed by Mrs. Nichols, with accompanist, Ralph Nichols, Jr.. was followed by a tea. The girls' chorus, composed of Cecilia Joyner, Ann Rainwater, Alice Brogdon, Evanda Wall, Carol Coppedge, Brenda Lansky, Norma Jean Kittany, Donna Kay Stuart, Cella Watson, Martha Holder Margaret Holder, Kay Brown and Tanda Langston, presented "Little Bo- Peep " "Oh Susanna," "Frcrs Jacques," and-the "Cradle Song." Cella Watson was Little Bo-Peep. The boys chorus, composed ol Ward O'Keefe, Kenny Nichols, Mike Utley, Jimmy Deal, Jimmy McDowell, and Bruce De Slmtti, presented "John Brown Had a Little Indian," and "Yankee Doodle." "Jesus, Tender Shepherd" ftnd "Spring Song" were sung by a quartette, after which Martha and Margaret Holder presented "Roctabye Baby," and Ann Rainwater gave the poem, "Child's Grace." "Helping Hands and Feet," was given by Norma Jean Kittany, and the girls and boys choruses combined presented a group of songs. Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mrs. James Rainwater assisted the children in serving their mothers punch and Individual cakes, inscribed with "Mother." Surprise Dinner Party Is Given Mrs. Phillip Applebaum was hos- tr- 'a r t evening for a surprise birthday dinner party honoring Mrs. Russell Riales at her home. Twelve guests attended the party, pink and blue in which they played canasta after dinner. Centering the buffet table was the non- oree's cake decorated with pink and blue and flanked with pink candles In silver candleholdcrs. Card tables were centered with pink roses In small silver bud vases, and pink and blue roses, snapdragons and peonl^ were used at Intervals and large bouquet* throughout the entertaining roms. In the evening's canasta games, the honoree won first prize, with low going to Mrs. Ann Husband. The group presented Mia. Hlales with a gift. Program Given For Garden Club Mrs. L. W. Smith, assisted by Mrs. Lee Stiles, presented a program yesterday'for members of the Garden Department of the Woman's Club, at their regular meeting at the club. They presented a demonstration on driftwood arrangements. Mrs. James V. Dates and Mrs. Charles R, Newcomb were hostesses for the occasion. It was announced that their next meeting will be the annual Rose Luncheon and to be held on June 3. Singing To Be Held The monthly meeting of Mlssis- slpi County Singing Convention is to be held Sunday at Crossroads Baptist Church at 2 p.m. The church is located three miles south of Dell. SAILS FOB HAWAII — Miss Heard Wylie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylie, will leave May 27 from California; aboard the Lurllne for the Hawaiian Islands to spend a month's vacation. She will stay at the Eoyal Hawaiian Hotel In Honolulu and plans to make a tour of all the islands. She will fly back via TWA airline. Mrs. Torpley Is Honoree at Shower Mrs. Bailey Tarpley was compli- ..lented Tuesday night at the Rustic Inn. when Mrs. Starling Bunch, Mrs. Clyde Bunch and Mrs. Russell Bunch were hostesses for a layette shower. Party games provided the evening's entertainment and were won by Mrs. Nita Bunch, Mrs. Ed Bunch, Mrs. Billy Joe Nelson, Mrs. Jimmy Hemby and Mrs. Jack Pollard. As guests arrived, each was presented with a baby bonnet, one of which was Inscribed with "Baby Tarpley." A gift was presented at the end of the party for the guest with the lucky bonnet. She presented her gift to the honoree. White peonies formed bouquets used ln, ; the room and to center the tables. Mrs. Tarpley was presented with a corsage of white carnations. Her mother, Mrs. Kate Bunch, was a special guest at the affair. PLA Meeting Held in Home Members of the Pentlcostal Ladles Auxiliary of the Full Gospel Tabernacle met at the home of Mrs. Charles McKemle, president, last night for their semi-monthly business and program meeting. Mrs. Jack Dudash, vice president, presided during the business after which Mrs. Floyd Balcntine gave the devotional. Mrs. Clarn Wnlden gave the dismissal prayer. Dessert and Iced drinks were served during the social hour which followed. NALC Auxiliary Meets-in Home Members of the Ladles Auxiliary of the NALO met at the home of Mrs. William Ellis Tuesday night for a business session conducted by the hostess. Plans were made to send delegates to the State convention in Little Rock on May 22. Following the business session, the hostess served refreshments in the social period. Bride-Elect Complimented Mrs. Jess Mosley, Mrs. Joan French, Mrs, Delores Rogers and Mrs. T. J. Richardson complimented Miss Cherry Sue Barnes, bride- elect of Edwin Halstead. with a miscellaneous shower Tuesday night at the Mosley home. Fifty guests attended the affair. Mrs. French and Mrs. Rogers directed party games and presented prizes to Mrs. Calvin Beneflcld, Mrs. Rush Austin, Mrs. Lelnnd Hodge and Mrs. Loretta Parrfsh. Refreshments v/ere served by the hostesses following the games. Miss Barnes wore for the oqcasion an afternoon dress of back silk, featuring appliques In yellow and red, and black accessories. Mrs. Dave Holstead, mother of the bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. Barney Barnes, the honoree's mother, were, special guests at the party. Wednesday Club Has Luncheon Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the Wednesday Club, when Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon were guests of the club members. A three-course luncheon was' served from the dining room table, where the centerpiece was a variety of pastel flowers which were used In profusion throughout the entertaining rooms. The afternoon was spent in play- Ing bridge. Mrs. Smart and Mrs. Stickmon won first and second places In the scores. Bridge Club Has Three Guests Three guests^attended the meeting of the Town and Country Club yesterday at the home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn, when she wac hostess for a dessert bridge. Mrs. C. T. Cockle, Mrs. Loy Welch, and Mrs. C. L. McWaters were the guests. Peonies and snapdragons in pastel shades were seen at vantage points in the entertaining rooms^ Dessert was served preceding the games of bridge. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. Cornelius Modlngcr. first place, and Mrs. Nunn, second place. Shrine Club Scene Of BSP Party Here Mrs. Elmer Norman was hostess at the Shrine Club Tuesday night and Mrs. Dan McCasklll and Mrs. Perry Darby were co-hostesses to members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, when a potluck supper was held. Quests dressed as their secret ambition for the aflalr and winning first place as an airline hostess was Mrs. Harold Stockton. Red roses were arranged throughout the club and on the table from which they.were served supper. In the party games conducted later In the evening, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joe McHnney, Miss Polly Stewart and Mrs. Ernest Mc- Kenzic. Prized Pots and runs . ... A shortage of Iron during his reign caused Ed.vca.rd III, of England, to raise the pots and pans in his royal kitchen to rank among his most prized possessions. with a stocking style for every mother Give mother Phoenix nylons, the stockings she believes in and loves so well. Phoenix makes every type and style .. . just tell ne and we'll see that she's stockinged in her favorite style and color ,,, iu Phoenix. JIEDEL'S A son was born to Pfc. and Mrs. Richard Swain Tuesday at Walls Hospital. The baby has been named Gary Lyn. Mrs. Swain !s the former Miss Betty Jane Perkins of Oosnell. Mrs W. H Morse and daughter left lor Little Rock to visit her parents before returning to San Antonio, Tex. They were driven there by Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. Joslah Forte, who has been visiting here, has returned to Princeton. Ky. She 'was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Mrs. H. W. Wylie and daughter, D. B.. will leave Sunday for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will attend the graduation of their daughter and sister, Miss Heard Wylie, from Brownmoor School. They will all go to California after the graduation. Miss Pat Cfllvert, formerly of Bly- thevllle, has pledged Omega Kappa Phi sorority at San Jose State College, San Jose, Calif., where she is a freshman. Mrs, J. A. Luckett and daughter, Miss Neal Luckett, left today for Helena, to spend the week end with their son and brother, Dr. Frank Luckett, and family. C. A. .Cunningham Is to arrive home today from Little Rock where lie has spent several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Penn have as their guest, Mrs. Ed .Evans, former Osceola resident v/ho now makes her home at Jericho. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Holder took their son Dave, to Memphis yesterday where he entered Baptist Hospital for observation. Among Blytheville residents who attended the performance of "Samson and Delilah," in Memphis last night were Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. A. G. Little. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kirshner will he in Chicago tomorrow, where they join their son, Bob Kirshner. who has recently completed his recruit training with the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway are in Memphis, where Mr. Conway is undergoing treatment at Campbell's Clinic. Mrs. B. O. Allen of Chicago arrived yesterday to spend a week with her cousin, Dr. Edna Nies, and Dr. Carl Nies. ' Timka Club Has Weekly Party Mrs. Carrol! Larkln entertained Tuesday afternoon for members of the Timka Bunco Club at her home, when her guest (or the afternoon was Mrs. Delmar Larkin. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Hershell Beshnrse, Mrs. Alvls Harris and Mrs Howard Besharse In the bunco games, which provided entertainment. Red rose buds in small vases centered curd tables at which guests sat, and were served a dessert course preceding games. Yellow rosebuds were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature BREAKDOWN —PLUS— ALSO CARTOON FRI-SAT Double Feature WAYNE PLUS — Garden Club Has Meeting in Home M«. D. B, Abbott was hoetew to members of the E»st Side (Hrden Club Tueiday afternoon when eight members *nd guests, Mrs. P. H. P»r- rlsh, Mrs. Spencer Bunch, Mrs. H. B. Markham and Mrs. E. A. Walker ol Dyersburg, guest of Mrs. Iverson Morris, attended. Mrs. A. D. Priest gave the open- Ing prayer and a devotional was given by the hostess, who used as her subject, "The Legend of the Dogwood." A brief business session was presided over by Mrs. Abbott, after which the program, "The Battle of the Bugs." was given with the assistance of Mrs. Ivcrsbn Morris and Mrs. Priest. George Muir, Jr., was a guest at the meeting and Judged the flower arrangements contest. Winners were Mrs. Lee Stiles, first, Mrs. B. A. Bugg. second, and Mrs. Morris, third. One new member, Mrs. W. O. Anderson, was introduced. The hos- ,ess served refreshments during the social hour. At the 'Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. R. A. Brown, City Bill Harding, City Mrs. Paul Jobe, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. A. Bunn, Jonesboro John Wayne Bristol, City Mrs. Stewart Tatuni, City Ira Canamore, City Corsets Spoil Man's Guesses NEW YORK (ff5—If Hy Malik had bis way, women would not be allowed to wear corsets or girdles to amusement parks. Hy explains that these garments are an obstacle to his chosen profession weight guess er at a New Jersey Amusement Park (Palisades). Hy has been guessing the weights of people for almost two decades. "You can't tell what is behind those corsets when a woman steps on a icale," Malik declared. Malik said that "on a good day" he can guess men's weights correct ly almost 70 per cent of the time. On the other hand, If he can break 50 per cent with the women, he considers himself lucky. If Malik doesn't guess a person's weight within three pounds, the Individual wins a prize. Hy says that he Is always running into people who are eager to outwit him. "One day at Palisades Amusement Park," Hy recalled,' "a young man got on the scale with 10 pounds of rocks under his coat. On another occasion, a man had a sash weight strapped around his waist." Malik says that people on the average are fatter today than they ere when he started out in business. American Legion Auxiliary Meets Membtn tt th* American Legion Auxiliary held their bi-monthly meeting Tuesday night. Preparation for the district Spring Conference, which In to be held here May 17, wu discussed, pom- mittees were appointed, Including Mrs. J. T. Brownwn, Mrs. Elton Foster, Mri. John D. Hart and Mrs. Marshall Blackird. It was announced that popples to be sold on Poppy Day, May 23, have arrived The membership drive was dlscuwed. The group also voted to donate $25 to a needy family. Sew It In A Few Hours 8925 14-4* By Sue Burnett You'll save precious sewing time as well as stretch your clothes budget with this charming daytime frock that has few pattern pieces goes together like a charm., Have collar in contrast. Pattern No. 8925 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14, 16, 18 20; 40, 42, 44, 4S. Size 16, ?% yards of 35-Inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't mles the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer It's a complete spring sewing guide lor smart, practical wardrobes g;ilt pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. a suggestion for Mother's Day... Serial: GANG BUSTERS Carioon: "Father t,ion" 1095 Tailored for a trim you! Wilton Blum's Tweedalen* is completely wrinkle- resislant in the finest of combed cotlon«. You' love the cool, no-sleeve style Scoop neckline, and straight straight skirt. Choose your favorite: brown or gr««n with contrasting trim. Sizes 9-15. FEINBERG'S SPECIAL PRICES! You'll find especially LOW Prices on ifiariy item's in our store that are designed for Mother's Day gifts. Come in and look around . . . you're sure to find the "distinctive gift." Mother's Day Greeting Cards . . . and greeting cards for any occassion. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents THURSDAY & FRIDAY First- Run in Blytheville! , DAN DAILEY-DIANA LYNN .iihEDGBO'BliIA)l-CMOLEIMTEEWS-"SCATMAll"CKOIlEiiS \ A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE EXTRA! 2 CARTOONS THURSDAY & FRIDAY / By The Light of The Silvery ~~oon WARDER BROS. « n>u» »< TECHKICOLOR 8ILLY GRAY • ROBERT 0'BRIEN.,,IRVING ELINSON • Sffiy OAvoriER Para. News & Cartoon: "Starting from HatctV' RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs; John Sparks & Family Mr. & Mrs. T. I. Seay & Family Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Zachery & Family Mr..& Mrs. F. G. Reichel COMING SOON ! 4 BIG DAYS! Tues - Wed • Thurs - Fri. SAMUEL BOLDWYN'J "A thin, N.w MUVM! WootUrfilm I soag ai dance, love Hans * nd oy Christian Andersen .FARLEY-GRANGER ,.„.,..,..JEANMAIRE . ., Ifld RWffl

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