The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 9, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSD'AT, JULY 9, 1991 Society New* M,,llini S^iotv' Rriitnr 9 PhOn« 4461 Fat Mullins, Society Editor Dogwood Club Conducts Meeting Mrs. Jim Lutes was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club, when they met at the club for monthly business meet- In" Following a prayer by Mrs. re-u scr.pcurc 1 verses. *ii tue justness session, conducted by Mrs. Charley Lutes, plans were made lor a trip to Big Springs, Mo, In other business Mrs. Lutes appointed n committee composed of Mrs. Bill Cable, Mrs. Jim Lutes, Mrs. Ira Koonce and Mrs. Mary Scrape, to plan the Dogwood booth ! for the Mississippi County Pair. In the social hour, Mrs. Lutes served refreshments and directed party games. Mrs. P. S. Parker won the door prize. Mrs. Atkinson Names Committees Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson, who was| teen-age dance Is to be held _Frl- recently elected president of tlie La- So Quaint And Pretty 8999 4-M yr>. By Sue Burnett An adorable, simply-styled dress for a miss of four to fourteen. If you start now, you'll have a head start, on togs to have ready when school bells ring again. Trim with tiny ruffling, if you like. Pattern No. 899D is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size 6, 2's yards ot 39- inch; K yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COJN6, your name, adriresr, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 •W. Quincy St., Chicago 8, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for scsrt, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the hooK. 25 cents. [| JOHN Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature V .. 1 WEBB ///AST. WWNER • HUSSEY —PLUS- JACK LONDON'S Tho«.Jerl»9 Slsry Cartoon Mouse to Dinner FRI & SAT HERITAGE DESERT i—,«Uli(U HATOIN-[>ON*ID WOO01 IVflY THE .'na'. —PLUS- SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. 2 • & CARTOON Uncle Donald's Anls dies Auxiliary of Blythevillc Country Club, today made kno\v» appointments of her committees for the cominE year. House com'nHtee includes Mrs. P. E. Black, Mrs. W. L. Horncr and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr. Composing the teen-ase committee are Mrs. Hugh Whltsllt. Mrs. J. W. Anams, Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mrs. B. R. Hays. Mrs. E. F. Still and Mrs. M. J. Cuadra. Mrs- E. B. Gee and Mre. R. F. Kirshner were selected on duplicate bridpe committee, and Mrs. Samuel p. Morris heads the health department. Mrs. Atkinson announced that a day evening with Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Partlow as chaperons. These Friday nteht dances will continue throughout the summer months. , The monthly Ladies Day bridge party and luncheon will be held on July 24 and will be R morning pavtjr with Mrs. R. J. McKennon as chairman of the hostess committee. Other hostesses are Mrs. E A. Stacy, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. w. L. Homer, Mrs. Max Logan, Mrs. B. B. Goodman. Mre. Ril»y B. Jones, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. J. E. Dicks and Mrs. R. H. Calchings. 52 Attend Beginners League Game Fifty-two bridge players attended the weekly meeting ot Beginners Duplicate League yesterday afternoon at Rustic Inn for a 13-table Mitchell movement conducted by Mrs. C. C. Councille. Next Wednesday the group will meet at 1:30 p.m. in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. North and south winners of yesterday's games included Mrs. A. H. McManus and Mrs. F. W. Whitncr, first place; Mrs. Robert Killfan and Mrs. O. W. Coppedge, second place; Mrs. Ed Stacey and Mrs. Eugenia Mr. and Mrs. Henri L. Duhot and daughter. Lilly, and son, Henri. Jr., ol LOUK Island, N. V., are here to spend several days with Mrs. Duhots' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neal, and her sister, Mrs Edward Casey and children. j>U7.zanne Simmons has gone to St. Louis where she will visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oeor- ge William Tucker [or several weeks. Guests of the J. P. Frienas have been Warrant Officer (Jg.) and Mrs. Virgil Fisher and daughter. Sandra, who were enroute to Camp McCoy, Wis.. after visiting Mrs. llsher.'i' parents In Giidsden. R. C, Coleman leaves tomorrow for Norfolk Lake for a ten-day vacation and will be accompanied by his daughter, Joy, and Mary Louise Scrape, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scrape, and Patty Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | r E. Scott. I Pfc. Billy Edwards has arrived j home from ^nina Lake, Calif., j where he is stationed with the' Marines, to spend a 30-day fur- and This neat and meticulously tailored maillot is in clasticizert cotton, has turn-down cull in pique that lakes lo water. There's tabbed candy shoe button trim. Filatex elastic yarn, woven , throughout this suit, combines girdle-like control with complete freedom of movement.—By Gaile Dugas, NBA Women's Editor, j Jenkins, third place; and Mrs. Ed I }™Wb w«h_ his parents, Mr. Cook and Mrs. A. H. Wallace, fourth Mls ' s " lc " ls ^" V '" IQ!S place. East and west winners included Mrs. C. E. Crigger and Mrs. W. A. Afflick, first place; Mrs. Floyd A. White and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, second place; Mrs. Charles Gerald and Mrs. F. E. Black, third place; and Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mrs. Henry Humphrey, fourth. Mrs. Bugg Is Hostess to Club Mrs. B. A. Bugg was hostess Tuesday afternoon to members ol the East Side Garden Club for a monthly meeting. Mrs. James Gates and Mrs. George Barham were guests at the affair and Judged the flower exhibition held at the conclusion of the meeting. Following a prayer by Mrs. Tver- son Morris, the hostess presented a poem. "Care," as a devotional. Mrs. A. D. Priest conducted a brief business session, after which n round table discussion on gardening problems was held. Flower arrangements for the afternoon were to represent song titles nnd winners of the contest were Mrs. Leonard Smith and Mrs. Bugg. Mrs. Smith won first place with "Old Rocking Chair," and. Mrs. Bugg took second and third with "Tiger ling," nnd "Silver Threads Among the Gold." Visitors Honored At Bridge Party . Mrs. R. B. Stout of Little Rock was guest of honor yesterday afternoon nt a meeting of Club ElRht when Mrs. Otto Scrape wns hostess at her home to the members and guests. Other than Mrs. Stout, guests Included Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Mrs. R. J. McKlnnon of Mnntla nnd Mrs. P. E. Scott. Sweet peas and roses provided the Moral decorations used In the game room. Refreshments were sewed during the afternoon's entertainment. Guests spent Hie afternoon in playing bridge. Mrs. McWaters won high and Mrs. Charles Langston, second high. Mrs. Stout wns presented a gift at the conclusion of the afternoon. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Four Clubs Entertained Colonial Room of Hotel Noble was the acene Tuesday for a luncheon and bridge party given by Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., and Mrs. Walter Day for seven tables of guests, Members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club. La Finesse Bridge Club, La Nueve Bridge Club and ADC Club comprised the guest list for the occa«lon. Guests were seated at small tables for luncheon in the Colonial Room which was decorated with a motif of white. Stocks, carnations and daisies were used to form the floral arrangement*;. Following the luncheon, guests spent the afternoon playing bridge. Mrs. R. W. Nichols won first place with second going to Mrs. N. <3. Jerome, nnd bingo to Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. Program Given At BWC Meeting "Lifting the Leper," was the subject of a program given for members ol the business Woman's Circle of Calvnry Baptist Church, when Ihsy met at the church, Tuesday night. Group singing and prayer by Mlsfi Jenn Norman began the program, which wns conducted by Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Assisting her were Miss Norman, Mrs. Mary May. Mis.s Ellen Moore and MiRs Lucclnda Cole. Mrs. May. offered the dismissal prnyrr. after which the group adjourned. High Two Club Meets in Home Members of the High Two Bridge Club were entertained at a dessert NOW IN PROGRESS HEUER'S ONE CENT SALE ON SUMMER SHOES For Men, Women, Children Mr. and Mrs. John O'Shea and son of Tallulnh, La., are spending two weeks as guests of Mrs. O'- sheas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Edwards. Mrs. L. M. Burnett is spending the month of July In Gallinburtf. Tenn. She was accompanied by her sisters, Mrs. R. M, Tatiun of Kcrinett and Mrs. J, H. Maples Have Time (With Father "Don't bother your father with ! that." That well-meant warning, issued at frequent intervals, is enough to build a wall between a of Athens, Ala., who have been fre- i child and his own father. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY Mightiest Spectacle-Drama The World His Ever Seen! Cecil RDeMillek Cleopatra Claudette* Colbert Warren William-Henry WilcoiMi Ian Keith • to»ph SehilrfViatrt C. Aubrey Smilh • Gtrlwdc MithMl ALSO CARTOON quent visitors in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure left for a three weeks vacation. They plan to spend several days in Nev; Orleans before touring the Caro- llnas. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. West, Jr.. formerly of BlytheviUe, and now of New Orleans, are the parents of a son. their second child who was born Monday in a New Orleans hospital. The baby, whone brother, Alton Berry, III, Is, six years old, has been named Allrn Bradley. Mrs. West is the former Miss Jewel Hollis, daughter ol Mrs. Edna Hollis of Blythevillc. Sandra and Linda Thunnan of Memphis are spending this wnek as the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Lawcrence Garner and children Pamella and Lawerenc, Jr.. of Memphis are visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mrs. H. H . Houchlns and Mrs. M. O. Usrey were in Memphis yesterday afternoon where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway at Hotel pcabody. Mr. and j Mrs. Conway, who are reported I improving, are continuing to under- o .treatment. Walter Day spent Tuesday In Memphis on business. Mrs. Albert L. Mason Is spending this week in at. Louis, where she Is attending a school in photography. The well-meaning mother always telling her child thai Dad is busy or Dad I s resting, o r can't he see Dad is reading the paper doesn't realize that she isn't doing her husband any real favor. She is protect- Ruth Mlllett in g him a g a inst interruptions and thereby, perhaps, keeping home life peaceful on the surface, but she is also building a Wall between her child and his father. It doesn't take a young child long lo come to the conclusion that if Dad cnn'L be interrupted and must not be approached except when he is in just the right mood for playing the role of father, that his Dad is R person he can't really Divine dessert: Cream puffs filled with strawberry ice cream and served with fresh strawberry sauce. brldpe party last night at the homo of Mrs. Forrest Moore whm Mrs. M. J. Koehler was a guest. Winners wen: Mrs. Komper Bruton, first place, Mrs. J. T. Hughes. .second place, and Mrs. Floyd Seay, brldRO. Summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Coming Events Thursday Mrs. C. E. Johnson is hostess to members of Fidelis Class of the First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. at her home on Walker, Friday Mrs. Harvey Dorris Is hostess to members of Stitch and Chatter NOW YOU CAN LICK ATHLETE'S FOOT WITH KERATOLYTIC ACTION T-4-L. n kcrnlolytlr fimglrldc. SLOUGHS OFF the tainted outer shin, pxposlnfl burled fungi ami kills on contact, l.envrs skin like hnhy's. In Just ONE HOUR, H nnt plmsed. your 40c tmck ot any drug Ftorn. Today (it Klrby Bros. Drug Co. depend on. Once that fact is established in a child's mind, mother becomes the all-important person in his life. After all, there's no one telling him not to interrupt mother, no mutter how busy she is. So the child goes to his mother with all of his problems and all of his momentary enthusiasms. Then one day the father who has long been protected from the demands of his own child realizes that he and the child aren't very close. That it is always the mgth- er who hears the child's confidences, always the mother to whom he goes When he is hurt or is faced by a problem he doesn't know how to solve. That situation has .come about from the too often repealed warning, "Don't bother Daddy." window ihad« should t* aprwd out flat to *crub. Use "dry" nid« on cloth or brush, doing » small arta at a Unit with over- At the Hospitals , Biytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. w. J. Milbourn, city e Tom Brown, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Charles Hiiburn, City Television SERVICE ANY MAKE FA Sjstcmi (or Sale or Ri'nt PH1LCO FACTORY SERVICE Blaylock's 414 \V. Mam Phone 2782 CHICKEN SUPPER Sun. July 12 Catholic School Auditorium Blythevivlle, Ark. Sponsored by Altar Society Adm. Adules $1.00 Children 50c lapping strokes. Don't get too wet. Hang full length to dry. FALSE TEETH That Loostn Ne«d Not Embarrass Many wearws ot false teeth b«rt suffered real embarrassment because their plute dropped, slipped or wobbled at Just the wrong time. Do not lite In fear of this happening to jou. Just sprinkle a tittle PASTEETH, the alkaline (non-actd> powder, on your plates. Holds false teeth more firmly, so they fee) more comfortable. Doei not sour Checks "plate odor" (denture breath) Ge* FASTEETH fct »nj- drug store. Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache NHRK ins backache, loss of pep and energy. IiL'a'iaches and dizziness may be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors 8 ay good kidney function is very important to good health. When some everyday condition, such. RS fltrpns nnd strain, causes this important function to slow down,many folkssufFcrnajr- trinfT bucknche—feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wronc diet may cause KettinK up nifihtE or frequent passages. Uon't ncplect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. 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