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PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAT SO, 199» P»t Mulling, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Senior Class Is Complimented With Series of Parties Last Night Members of the Blytheville Hlghj School graduating class were com-1 pllmcnted last night with a series, of parties lasting all night. Johnny I Long's orchestra from Memphis provided music for a dance until 1 a.m. at Hotel Noble. They were Invited to the O. M. Mitchell home for home movies, sandwiches, and iced drinks, about 1-30 a.m., when Mrs. H. D. Jackson, Mrs. Harold Wright. Mrs. D. Criner Mrs. Hugh Gentry, Mrs. Clan- Miller. Mrs. Virgil Hill, Mrs. W. O. Harrison, Mrs. Gene McGuire, Mrs. O. I. Byrd, Mrs. Gene Aycock. Mrs. G. W. Smith, Mrs. Garrett Abbott, VendrediClub Is Entertained Miss Frances Bright was a gui-st of Mrs. A. S. Harrison last evening, when she entertained mom- j bers of the Vendredi Bridge Club 1 «t her home. Guests were invited into the dining room, where they were served a salad course with Iced ten preceding the bridge games, which provided the evening's entertainment. An arrangement of pink sweetheart roses was flanked by pink tapers to form a centprplece lor the table. The buffet held on ident-' ical arrangement. Pink roses were' also used in the living room, where games were conducted. Winners in the games were Mrs. Billy Joe Gean, first place; Mrs.! Clyde Patton, Jr.. second; and Miss 1 Bright, brldgo. Luncheon Given For Personnel Mrs. Don Edwards was hostess at her home at 201 Dcmgnn yesterday at a luncheon for personnel of the Don Edwards Company. Six guests attended the affair. Luncheon was served buffet style from a table, decorated with a large arrangement of assorted garden | flowers. Smaller arrangements of the same flowers filled bud vases centering each small table where guests ate. and Mrs. Myrtle Halstend enter' tained. At 3:30 a.m., Mrs. Charles A. Hlndmaii, Mrs. Jewel Smith, Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs. John Lane and Mrs. H. M. Swcareuecn 'were hostesses at the Hlndman home for Ice cream sundnes. They were chaperoned to Ihe Mississippi River by several of the mothers where they watched the sun rise over the river. Mrs. Charles Czeschln, Mrs. O. W. Coppedge, Mrs. Coady Eaton, and Mrs. Garrett Abbott were hostesses at the Czeschm home at 5 a.m. for orange juice, and finally at 5:30 a.m. they were invited to the J. W. Bayler home for breakfast until about 7, when the party broke up. Hostesses there were Mrs. Russell Hayes, Mrs. R. L. Logglns, and Mrs. J. N. Smotherman, Friday Contract Club Entertained Mrs. Txiy Welch was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon with a bridge party for members of the Friday Contract Club. Guests Included Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. Cecil Shane, who won first and second places, respectively, lithe bridge games. Brldgo was won by Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Guests were entertainer! in the living room, where the coffee table held a profuse arrangement of garden flowers. Refreshments were served in the afternoon. Bits of News ci-ional Girl Scouts To Get Awards The Girl Scouts' Annual award presentation Is to be held fit the Girl Scouts' Little House at Walker Park tomorrow at 4 p.m., with 140 scouts taking part. Following the flag ceremony, presentations will be made by leaders of each group. Friends nnd families of the scouts will attend the affair, which is to be held on the lawn. Mrs. James Roy Hostess to Club Mrs. James Roy entertained members of the Friday Club at her home yesterday with two guests, Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. Taylor won first place In the afternoon's bridge games, with second going to Mrs. James C. Guard and brldgo to Mrs. R. A. Porter. Dessert was served during the afternoon. Arrangements of assorted flowers formed the floral settings. Gleaners Class ..'/:'. Meets in Home Members of the newly-organized Gleaners Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church were entertained last night at the home at Mrs. James Rambo, with two guests, Mrs. Martin Bracken nnd Mrs. Annie Rambo, Mrs. John Holmes, teacher, gave th'e opening prayer, and Mrs. Lucian Gaines, the devotional. Refreshments were served during the social hour following a business session. At the Hospitals Bljrthevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Anhabell Fill, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Gloria Moore, City Kenneth Flowers, City Johnny Lou Johnson, City FHA Entertains With Picnic Here Members of the Future Homemakers of America Club of Burdette t itertained with a welnncr roast at. Walker Park Tills week with 22 members nnd guest.s attending. Chaperons Included Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is director of the club. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Ashby and daughter, Rose Alberya, have returned to their home in Los An- aeles, Calif., niter visiting Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ashby and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burks. Condition of Mrs. Ida Burks, v,no has Virus pneumonia, is repotted satisfactory. Mrs. Burks has spent the past two months with her son. Edd Burks and Mrs. Burks at Scooba, Miss, and her daughter Mrs. J. C. Dungan and family at Charleston Miss. She is now at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Ira Dlckson at Clear Lake, aifd another daugntcr, Mrs. W. D. Godwin of Bloomflcld, Mo., Is here visiting her. Mrs. Clyde Lutes left Thursday to spend several days in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cain, Jr., Miss Frances Jean England and Miss June Freeman were to return today from New Orleans, where they spent several days. James Viars and Miss Dcena Smallwodd of Memphis were guests last night of Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Miller. They came especially for the graduation of Billy Miller from Blytheville High School. Mrs. Miller's father, R. K. Berry, of Hot Springs is spending several weeks here. Petty Officer 3/c and Mrs. William F. Joyner and son. Woody, of Memphis arrived to spend the week end with their parents Mr, and Mrs P. B. Joyner, and Mi 1 , and Mrs. Jacl Matheny. Arriving Monday to visit the Joyners will be their daughters Mrs. Jack Chesnut, Mr. Chesnut and family of Vero Bench, Fla. anc Mrs. Freeman Jernlgan and sons of Jackson, Miss. They will be here about a week. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves, Mr: Wade Reeves Jr., Mrs. James West brook, and Mrs. B. L. Eubanks left Thursday for Temple. Tex. They are visiting Pvt. Wade Reeves Jr., Pvt James Westbrook, and Warrant Officer and Mrs. Bernie Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Forrest an son, Don were guests last night of Mr.'ahd.Mrs. R. O. Mullins and family, coming especially for the graduation of Betty Ann Mullins froir high school. Mr. Forrest Is superintendent of schools at Corning, Ark Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Llnwood Lewis and son, Daniel, have returned home after spending the winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hawks and son will leave this week end for Camp Rio.Vista, Where they will spend the summer months. Mrs. J. S. Halsell and family have as their guests her brother, B. B. Cook of Olendale, Calif., and her .lister, Mrs. Bertie Sanders of Fort Worth, Tex. Jerry Berry, student at Ole Miss, has arrived for the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Merry Nell Lane, who Is a member of this year's graduating class at. high sch'ool.twas admitted to Blytheville Hospital yesterday morning fur sursr-ry. Her condition is reported satisfactory. STARTS TUESDAY! 4 Big Days! Tues-Wed-Thurs-Fri. Adults: 75c Children: 35c The Land Beyond Imagination Where Adventure Never Ends! SPECIAL . PRE-RELEASE ENGAGEMENT It's like falling in love!... It's like having wings! ...when '" ; Wall Disney wafts you to Never Land with Captain Hook's pirates, Tinker Bell, Indian braves, Mermaid Lagoons! U will live in your heart forever! &lt Disney s PETE! A New Achievement In [Motion Picture Entertainment! EVEN TUB SONGS ABisWr OF THIS WORLD! PLUS: Another Great WALT DISNEY triumph! BEAR COUNTRY ;££•££. Coming Events Yarbro WSCS of the Methodist Church has meeting with Mrs. Billy Chapman. Lone Oak HD Club meets at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Jack Robertson. Katie Hatton of the First Baptist Church meets at 7:15 with Miss Luncll Overman. Dr. Edna Mies i.<> hostess to mem bers of the Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m., at her home. First Methodist WSCS has bust ness and program meeting fallowing a I p.m. luncheon at the church. Wesleyan Service Guild of . the First Methodist Church has business and program meeting at 7:30 p.m. Lake Street Methodist WSCS has 7:80 p.m. meeting at the church. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m. meeting with Mrs. A. A. Frederickson at 1101 West Ash. Executive board of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church has meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the church. Circles One and Two of Trinity Baptist Church have meeting at Ihe church at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Mlfs Barbara smith is hostess to members of (lie, N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meets at the home of Mrs. Gean Atkinson. Tri-Town Club is to be entertained by Mrs. James C. Guard. American Legion Auxiliary has meeting at the hut. Wednesday Club Eight has meeting with Mrs. Charles Langston. Thursday Mrs. Robert I. Thompson entertains both GEO and GIB Clubs at her home. La Neuve Club meets with Mrs. Hunter Sims. Jr. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. B. A. Lynch is hostess to members of the Mld-Week club. Mrs. W. E. Cherry Is hostess to members of the TLE Club. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Patrick D. Steed, Leachville, and Daisy Rylee. Arbyrd, Md.; Nathan Park and Ethel Cupp, both of Ava, 111.; J. C. Denlson, Pleasant Plain, III, and Margaret, Brown, Springfield. 111.; Mel Hay and Betty Jo Jones, both of Blytheville; Chr.rlcs Ray Thompson and Charlene Yarbro, both of Dlythevllle; D. J. McLeod and Bonnie Lou Eubanks, both of Blytheville. LUXORA NEWS By MRS. O. 0. UKIVt* LITTLE LIZ— There Is nothing like an ache- by-ache account of your ills to qive people a pain in Ihe neck. Book Club Meets The Luxora Book Club hela its monthly meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. T. D. Wilklns, with 12 members present. Mrs. Lester Stevens reviewed Dale Evan's "Angels Unaware." After a social hour, the hostes» served a dessert Bourse. Bowens Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen entertained two tables of their bridge club Saturday night at their home with a dinner party. In the games following dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Bowen were prize winners. Senior Cliss Migrates Several members of the recently graduated high school senior class have already departed this area for employment, with others to leave soon. Herbert White is in St. Louis, where he has accepted employment, Paul Ray Woolverton is taking a training course in Chicago, L. C. Cunningham has moved to Gary, Ind. Carmel Lunsford has Joined her husband in their home at Rockford. 111., Darrcll Johnson has accepted employment in Mississippi, and Bobby Tate and Charles Smith departed Thursday lor job-seeking purposes in Loraln and Cleveland, Ohio. Fannie Lou Cockrell. Mavoureen Petty, and Virginia Merriman are scheduled to enter employment with the telephone system's 'central office In Osceola in June. Willie Mae Carr will be employed by the Osceola unit of the Mississippi County Hospital upon its opening. Jeannle Lewis Is to enter nursing school at the Memphis Baptist Hospital in June, and Prances Shaw and Jean Warren will enter business school in Memphis at the same time. Personals Mrs. A. B. Rozelle returned home Inst Thursday from a five-day Parent-Teacher Convention in Oklahoma City, Akla. Mrs. S. C. Ingram and fion, Ricky, ratted relatives In St. Louis for several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Wilkins Jr., and son, Stevie, of Port Arthur, Texas, wore houseguests of Mr. anc Mrs. Leonard Ellison and son thir Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Barnett of Der mot were visitors here for severa days, this week with their daughter, Mrs. Lem Stanford, and family Mrs. Stanford accompanied her parents home for a three day visit tht party leaving Wednesday. Miss Diane Stevens Is visiting her grandfather. W. H. Robbins. lr Shannon, Miss. lor several weeks. Mrs. Ora Hill of Memphis arriv ed Thursday for a visit with hei sister, Mrs. P. M. Bonds. Dr. Bruce Ellis of Little Rock was a business visitor here Thursday. Miss Eunice Shinn of Russellville ai-Kfced last week for n visit of several weeks with Miss Edith McDan- icl nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. McLendon, long time Luxora residents, have recently moved to Victoria, where Mr. McLendon will be associated with Wesson Farms as a glnrter. Their daughter-, Mrs. Floyd Ashe, and family, who also resided here, have established their residence with the McLendons. Mr. and Mrs. William Denton arrived Monday from their California home to visit with relative* lor several days. Fit For A Princess A-darling little bare-arm dress .lor tiny tots, cut on e&sy-to-sew princess lines.And It wll be an entirely different dress with either the wing or puffed sleeve bolero added. Pattern No. 8738 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, years. Size 2 dress, l!l yards of 3S or 39-Inch; $iyard for either bolero. OPENS 6:30.EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents SATURDAY NITE ONLY! 3 Features for Price of 1! r«xjLetd I/ HEHMAFf SCWOM • Dlnclid by UW UND£Rt Wrlltin b/HQaMJW HOUSTON ALSO CARTOON -OWL SHOW- We invile everyone who is in the Drive In for THE REGULAR SHOW to slay for THE OWL SHOW FREE OF CHARGE. SUNDAY & MONDAY First Showing in Blytheville IUM«LI KING AGAINST K»LI« OUTLAW HOKSC! Horse .STEVE COCHRAN*.WlLDFlRf, THE WONOtR HORSf CARTOON AND MUSICAL SHORT • ••••*••*••*•••••*••••••••••••••***•**'••'•"*•'• BV Sue Burnett For this pattern send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NO, to Sue, Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy SL, Chicago 6, III ' Don't miss the new basic FASHION for '53 spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents Unusual Suggestions Offered To Combat Your'Mother-in-Law Hert Is a- reader's advice to the wife who wrote me to complain that her mother-in-law was undermining her status with her husband and doing It M subtly that she didn't know how to combat it: "Don't try to meet an older and smarter adversary on her own ground. "You have to deal With a subversive mother- in-law In ways she doesn't understand: "First. If she lives with you and thinks your job is a snap, let her have it. Get out Ruth Hlllett and get a Job yourself and let her try coping with the housework. "Second. Study her tactics and stop sticking your neck out. Make your husband share the responsibility of family decisions and she won't dare criticize them. "Third. Have a talk with your husband on the subject of loyalty and sticking by each other whether right or wrong. Don't mention your mother-in-law In this talk. "Fourth. Qive your husband credit for a little sense and th» ability to discount his mother'* talk even though he doesn't discus* It. He must be loyal to his mother, too. " Don't jump to the conclusion that you've been reading the advice of a hard-hearted daughter- in-law. You haven't. That letter was written by a man. Actually they are pretty practical suggestions with the exception of number one. But even that one might work for some women. However, the average woman probably doesn't want to turn her home over to another woman. Besides, that isn't really solving a problem but running away from It to escapa from her own home to an office. Anyway, those are a man's suggestions for handling a trouble- making mother-in-law. If you decide to try them don't ignore th« importance of number four. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times SATURDAY "SANDY GETS HER MAN" Baby Sandy & Stuart Envin —PLUS- WARNER BROS. ,.,.,„ SnUNGHElD RlHE ^ . CHARLES MAftQuTsWARRCN i FRAM DAVIS W ~>..AWRE DetOfH •,«....„_ SERIAL: Gang Busters CARTOON: Little Runawa£ SUNDAY - MONDAY Double Feature — PLUS — ABOVE AND BEYOND •ROBERT ;T\YLOR iELEANOR PARKER Also Aletro News p. 'rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Honn: I a.m. t« 10 p.m. wifb DellTcr; to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 H«» Miln Ik Mary Ryan's Coming to Town! SEE See Hubiiard Hardware Page Ad In Monday's Courier for Complete Details! AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Boxy Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE SERIAL:'Secret Code and Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY FUEO KOHtMHI. "~" » EOMUm GOULOIMG w n OMK BINYM, AtBOT tWlll M Bull Sma Paramount News & Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrignn Mr. and Mrs. .). P. 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