The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 13, 1953
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PAGE TWO m.YTWEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1ATOTDAY, TONE 15, I9OT Societti Pat ilullins, Society Editor / Fhon* 4461 Mrs. Johnson Honored at Party Mrs. Gerald Johnson was honored with a layette shower at the home of Mrs. C. L. Bell Thursday evening. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Lloyd French, Mre. Herbert Jullian, Mrs. Harry Mantz and Mrs. Bell. The entertaining rooms were decorated with summer flowers arranged in miniature bassinet novelties. Following the evening's games, prizes were won by Mrs. Billy John«on. Mrs. Cliffie Johnson, Mrs. M. L. Hart and Mrs. Gene Shultz. The guest of honor was presented a corsage from her hostess. An assortment of party foods an iced drinks were served. Porch Party Given for Club Mrs, Clyde Patton entertained las night with a porch party lor mem bers of the Vcndredi Bridge Club a the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Cflsilio. Floating pansies, roses and zinnia; formed the floral arrangements n vantage points. Mrs.. Russell Simpson and Miss Betty Neil Holland were guests, In tlie evening's bridge games first place went to Mrs. Simpson second lo Mrs. J. Max Walters, anc bridgo to Mrs. Dick Shanks. After the games, refreshments were served. A Must For Vacation Time- By Sue Burnett You'll find this simple sundress almost your constant companion on your vacation, whether you're resort-bound or staying at home. The halter ties in back, bolero Is trimmed with the same tone as the j dress. Pattern No. 8931 is a sew-rlte per- t forated pattern in sizes n, 12, 13, 14, j 16, 18. 10. Size 12. dress. 3'i yards of I 39-inch; bolero, li yard, plus ?» yard contrast, ! For this pattern, send 30c In I COINS, your name, address, size j desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 3n W. Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Don't miss tile new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gitt pattern printed inside the book. K cent,?. Luncheon Given For Two Clubs Mrs. W. M. Jonte was hostess «t her home Thursday at noon for r luncheon for members of the Li Finesse and KIblt/.er Clubs with twi guests, Mrs, Freeman Jcrnigan p Jackson, Miss., and Mrs. Jack Chesnut of Vero Beach, Pla. Rosebuds formed centerpieces for the four card tables, at which guests were seated for lunch. Bridge provided the afternoon entertainment, with high score going to Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr.. ant 1 second going to Mrs. Whitney Mbr pan. Jr. Bridge was won by Mn Chestnut. The hostess presented Mrs. Jer nigan and Mrs. Chestnut with i gift. La Jean Garner Honored at Picnic Thirty children were invited to picnic yesterday complimenting La Jean Garner on her third birthday when her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hershcl Garner, were hosts. Favors were given to the children during the afternoon, which they spent in informal entertainment. Mrs. Burt Trumble assisted Mrs. Garner In serving cake and Ice cream during the afternoon. The affair was gien at tvhe Division Street Park. Friday Club Has Last Meeting Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker entcr- .ained members of , the Fridny Club yesterday afternoon with a weekly bridge pnrty which was .heir last moeUng of the season. Mrs. Graham Sudbury was a *uest of the members and won ;itgh score in the afternoon's bridge games. Second place went to Mrs. Doyle Henderson. The hostess served ced drinks and party foods during he afternoon. Club Meeting Held in Home Members of the Royal Neighbors of America met at the home of Mrs. J. D. Barksdnle Thursday evening vhen Mrs. Lola M. Crook, of Llt- !e Rock, state supervisor was speak- r. Mrs. Irene Scherer and Mrs. Edla V. Burns served refreshments during a social period following the business. At the close of the meet- ng Mrs. Barksdale offered a pray- to dismiss the group. Armorel Auxiliary Conducts Meeting Members of the Young Women's .uxilinry of Armorcl Baptist. Church id. nt the church for mission pro- rnm Thursday evening. The devotional was given by Mrs. vVeldon McCann, counselor. Elnova 3eord, Bntty Webb, Bobbye Lott and 'irtha Dyer gave Pie program, aft- whlch they were dismissed by ?lr leader. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Parkinson, who have been the guests of their daughter, Mrs. O Dgoeier dse..S daughter, Mrs. George Dillarunty, and family for the past two weeks, returned yesterday to their home in Buffalo, N. Y. Mrs. Parkinson's sister, Mre, J. Y. Turner of Memphis, also visited the Dillahuntys this week. Mrs. Cecil Lee of Dyersburg spent the night here with her sister, Mrs. G. W. Dillnhunty last night. She came especially to bring John Taylor and Jay Holland home afte: they visited her for several days. Mrs. Jamie Fox of Santa Anna Cnlif., spent several days here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gartr Cnstllo en route to Chicago. Among Burdette residents who attended the Girl's Auxiliary Camp of Baptist Churches at Ravenden Springs. Ark., were Norma Hicks Alma Dean Koonce, Patricia Webb and their counselor, Mrs. Clyde Webb. They returned home yesterday, accompanying Mrs. Charlie Hicks and Mrs. Orville Hicks, who drove over for them. Charles Henderson returned today to Nashville. Tenn., where he is doing work on master's degree at Vanderbilt University, after being the guefit of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Combs and daughter, Linda, left for their home Stewart, Pla., yesterday after spending several days with Mrs. Combs' sister, Mrs. N. C. Patterson and family. Carl Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, accompanied them home for an extended visit. While there, he plans to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Garner, of Port Pierce and will attend the Florida State Baptist Young People's Assembly at Stew- ,rt. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shnmlin of Beaulahville. N. C., announce the birth of their first child, a son, whom they have named David Lawrence. He wns born June 7 Mr. Shamlin Is a former resident if Bly- .hevllle. son of Mrs. George Sham- In of Port Smith and the late Mr. Shamlin, and is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Shamlin of Bl.vthevUle. Judith Carol Vise Is the name chosen by Mr .and Mrs. Harry Vise of, Nashville, Tenn., for their first child, who was born this morning at the Baptist Hospital.i» Nashville. Mr. Vise Is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise. Mr. and Mrs. Max Harrison are ,he parents of a daughter, who wns born Monday at the Methodist Hos- iltal in Memphis. She is their first child and has been named Melany .ay. Mrs. Harrison is the former Miss Floyce Steadman ot Greenville, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chestnut and jmlly of Vero Beach, Pin., and Mrs. Freeman Jcrnigan and sons of Jackson, Miss., returned to their hornes today after visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner for several weeks. Soil Won't Penetrate Straw Cloth The more you use your iron skil- ts, the less they'll be likely to rust or stick. . » . tlie leltcrs start. Then many readers'o! THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR tell the Editor how much they enjoy this daily world-wide newspaper, with such comments as: "The Monitor is (he moji carefully edited . netca- paper in the V. 5. . . .** "Valuable aid in t$ach- -Ing . . ." *Wewx thot is complete and fair . . ." "The Monitor surely is a rcader't necessity . , ." Yon, too, will find the Monitor informative, with complete world newft . . . and *> nercfr- wry as your HOME TOWN P«per. Dae this coupon for • Special Introductory subscription — 3 MONTHS FOR ONLY $3. The ChrlttUi Srrf-K. M»mN»f On*, IS'onnr St.. BMtn IS, MIH.. C. 9. A, Dine In Air Conditioned Comfort At The RAZORBACK SUNDAY < DINNER 1 APPETIZERS Chicken Soup with Rice / Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Roast Duck / Sage Dressing / Cranberry Sauce Roast Prime Rib of Beef Baked Virginia Ham / Pineapple Sauce CHOICE OF TWO Buttered Asparagus Spears Cream Style Corn Whipped Mashed Potatoes MIXED FRUIT SALAD BANANA CREAM PUDDING CHOICE CHICKEN (2 pcs.) French Fries & Saind $1 Take the Family Out to Dinner RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Matching separates (rijtht) are made in straw cloth. * cotton fabric processed so that most soil can't penetrate. Cirl uses soft, wtll-sudsed brush to loosen dirt from white braid trim (left) before dunkinf In water. By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor The straw cloth you've been see- Ing this season is actually a plain- weave cotton fabric, processed to give a durable straw-like effect. It comes in natural straw color and in colors, white .prints and embroideries. Straw clnt-h is available In ready- to-wear separates, shorts, pedal pushers, jackets, bathing suit-^, shoes, belts and bags. Keeping sh-nw cloth clean is simple because of the special processing which prevents dirt and stains from penetrating the fibers. The soil stays on the surface. Shoes and other accessories In this fabric can be sponged with thick soapsuds and then wiped clean with a damp cloth. Use a soft brush on especially soiled articles. Dry in the shade in the breeziest spot you can find. Straw separates can go into the washing machine but avoid spin- drying. Use no bleach. Starch is unnecessary. If you wash by hand, avoid twisting. Coming Events Monday Women's Society of Christian Service of the Yarbro Methodist Church meets with Mrs. Henry Pollard. Circles o( Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church meet at 3 p.m. as follows: Circle One with Mrs. James C. Guard, 826 Indiana; Circle Twn with Mre. Hildred Bunch, north Highway 61, with Mrs. W. H. Wyatt as co-hostess; Circle Three with Mrs. P. Scott at 705 Hardln; Circle Pour with Mrs. U. S. Branson at 1100 West Main with Mrs. W. H. Baker as co- hostess; Circle Five with Mrs. Elan] S. Heath at 801 Holly; Circle Six with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth at 800 West Walnut with Mrs W. A. Stlckmon as co-hostess; and Circle Seven with Mrs. Ralph Brownlcc nt 7 Kenwood Drive with Mrs. C. L. Kelly as co-hostess at 8 p.m. Miss Marian Mayes Is hostess to members of Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. Woman's Auxiliary at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at the home of Mrs. J. D. McDowell at 1033 West Ash at 8 p.m. yirst presbyterflfti Women ol the Church have general meeting for program and business session nt the church at 2:30 p.m. Circles One nnd Two of Trinity Baptist Church have Royal Service Tri-Town Club mtets nt the home and business meeting at the church. Armorel GA's londuct Meeting . The Inlermedlnte Girls' Auxiliary of the Armorel Baptist Church met yesterday. The devotional was given by Mrs. P W. Garrison and prayer was given in song by Patty Dyer, Taking part In the program were Barbara Enmonson, Shirley Goocl- :nan and Marie Edmonson. Lonoke Home Demonstration Club has 2:30 P-m. meeting with Mrs. T. O. Huey. Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church has all day meeting at 10 a.m. at the church with covered dish luncheon at noon. Hostesses are Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club. American Legion Auxiliary meets at the hut. Tri-Town Club meets at the home of Mrs. James Terry. Mre. R. C. Allen, Mrs. Alice Womack nnd Mrs. Jesse M. White are entertaining with a tea at the White home. 401 East Davis, complimenting Miss Mary Lawrence Fen- gin of St. Louis, fiancee of R. C Allen. Wednesday Club Eight to be entertained by Mrs. H. G. Partlow. ' Beginner's Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the Rustic Inn. Thursday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Miss iettye Huffman Is hostess to members of the GEO Club. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertains members of the TLE Bridge Club. Friday Vendrdei Club meets at the Dixie Pie Drive-In with Mrs. Dick Shanks as hostess. Saturday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harold Eubanks and baby, City Mrs. M. C. Cullison, City AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxj Program Announcements, 11 a.m. jvnil 5:30 p.m. for Slnrvue. Saturday Only! Double Feature ' *TV^ Wa&it T3lte -•nwimn.iitsiwm * urr»r riciu«i mil IN ARIZONA A REPUBLIC PIODUCTION SERIAL : Secret Code & Cartoon: Roy with Horn SUNDAY & MONDAY M-G-M ^- | jDOES IT AGAIN!/ Now n NU\V dramslic / ipectitcle brought to / the screen. The / i flaming love / fm Jr.rtt^ Mf.WAKI SIMMONS-GRANGER DKIIOIUII ClIAltl.KS KERR-LAUGHTON TECHNICOLOR Paramount News & Carlnnn: That's My Pup Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Dewcy Porter & Family Air. * Mrs. Kaydo Vcacii & Family Mr. & Airs. Fred McGregor Mr. & Mrs. Guy 1- Rodgera Avoid Baby-Sitter Expense With These Two Suggestions A wife with two small children say» that because they can't aliord baby-sittere In the evening, and their own parents have made It quite clear they have no Intention of baby-sitting, she stays at home nights with the children while her husband goes anywhere he pleases. She want* to know If there Isn't eome better solution to their problem. Sure, there Is. The one Grandma used. She didn't turn down an evening Invitation because of the children. She took them along with her. More and more of today's young couples are finding that the old- fashioned solution works for them and they have started giving and accepting "come and bring the children" Invitations. Ruth Mlllett Others prefer to work out with a Mend or neighbor some kind of agreement whereby one couple can leave their children at the other's house one evening and on another evening the arrangement is reversed. That way both couples can count on "free" baby-sitting. Either plan Is a little more complicated than for the mother to Just LfTTLf LIZ— Women's styles change but their designs remain about the some. »NUS OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK CECIL BJEMniE's * $$ »• NOW SHOWING! LAST TIMES TONITE EXTRA! Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST' SHOWING IN BLYTHEVILLE Their first pie*ur» in eolpr'TM Urt word in l »"'"""-«^""" '"'"SypgRc*" HIT nil• mint 1111 • urn titu • mil ittnini <&«>**•« m ClliliS IU1 itllllll :»n r 1(11 HIIIIICI • * tltLISIIl EXTRA! 2 CARTOONS DANCING NIGHTLY! Wonderful Newly Installed Hardwood Dance Floor FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HOLLAND 3241 or 9411 GOOD FOOD At All Houri Sandwiches and Short Orders COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED All Brands Cigarettes $1.70 a Carton Completely Air Conditioned Motel for Tourists HUBERTS CLUB NEVER A DULL MOMENT! Highway 61 Hub«rt Utlty Holland, sit home nlgnt alter nl«M. fiul either one It certainly t lot nwrt fun for "Mama" and » lot feira, too. So why not talk the matter over with your friends and neighbor! and vi'ovk out some scheme whereby you and your husband can get out together at least one night » week? H you don't, by the time your children are old enough to do without a baby-sitter your husband may have the firm conviction that lt'» not necessary for you to get out at night. .Don't be a martyr about > »ltu»- tion you can change. Do something I Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature PfTUCOE MMMDK .urn KKUH ran um Serial: Gang Busters Cartoon: Fit to be Tied ^SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature MY PAL r~m^ GUS .— PLUS— "i" MOM CWTEfl • HW SUTTDN - irm IN in ; c <fti f> fiaSmf KENT-Bjisilcn IM n«H ftyrnr* «f, • Frajjcri b, JAM Ml/KW . Dirtclri ty SlDflET SUM* ALSO MET&O NEWS The BAIT SHOP Ho. Highway 61 Minnows - Roaches Worms Tackle — Motor Roat Oil — Candy — Cold Drinks Open <1 a.m. — Close fi p.m. FREE! 50 Minnows each given to the Fisherman catching Biggest Crapnie. Plenty Free Parking Space Bobbie Davis Phone 2101-Afier hrs TV and RADIO SERVICE Irons and Small Appliances Repaired Sonny Mathis APPLIANCE CO. •J08 W. Main Ph. 2071 For cool tomforl this summer, have your home insu- Intcd by Home Service Co. Now. Furniture Storage Public Hauling • Moving Pick Up & Delivery Home Service Co. Hill Wunderllch M>5 8. 21st Ph. IMS

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