The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 7, 1953
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FACE POUR BOTHEVILLF, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIfiAT, AWUST T, Society, fat MuUins, Society Editor / Phone 4461 125 Attend Tea at Loy Welch Home Here for Bride-Elect The Loy Welch home on West walnut was the selling yesterday for the last of a series of events which have been given during the past week in honor of Miss Doris Worthy of Marked Tree, bride-elect of James D. Murphy of Lcpanto. Hostesses for (lie afternoon were* Mrs. B. T. Worthy, grandmother <>'I A i . ; . the bride-to-be, and Mrs. George i /VlUSlcrpOirH Trimue and Mrs. Welch, her aunts. 1 ,,. . p The 125 guests were greeted in the j IN IQ Hi TO I Bridge Club reception hall of the Welch home by the three hostesses, the guest, of honor, her mother, Mrs. Martin . Worthy of Marked Tree, and Mrs. J. E. Murphy of Lepanto, mother of the bridegroom-elect. Colorful arrangements of summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms, with roses predominating in the decoration of the living room. A low bowl filled with pink rosebuds and white tuberoses was arranged on a coffee table and other vases of blossoms were placed throughout the house. Pink and White Color Scheme The dining table was covered with an imported Madeira cutwork cloth and held as » centerpiece an oblong cut glass bowl filled with pink carnations, white tuberoses and greenery, interspersed with white maline puffs. Slender pink tapers Jn sterling silver candelabra flanked the centerpiece. A cut glass punch bowl was ar- rangsd at one end of the refreshment table, and silver cake plates holding individual cakes iced in pink and .trimmed with tiny .pink rosebuds were .used at the opposite end of the table. Further carrying out the pink and white color scheme used in the dining room were the pink napkins embossed In white with the names of the engaged cou- Eifiht tables of players competed last night nt the meeting of the Blytheville . Duplicate Bridge Club at Hotel NqbLe when a Mitchell movement was played for the monthly master-point game. East and West winners were Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. Jesse M. While, fiirit; Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, and Mrs. Joe Ferguson «nd Mrs. Matt Monaghan tied for second; Mrs- C. C. Councille and Mrs. O. W. Coppcdgc, fourth. North and South winners were Mrs. Jim Rolcson and Oscar Hard- au-ity, first: Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln. second; Mr.s. S. E. Tune and Mrs. VJ. A. Af- lick, third; Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, fourth. ple, together with the date of their marriage. Silver compotes held nuts and pink mints served with the punch and cake' •throughout the afternoon. Serving at the table during the first hour were Mrs. Russell C. Parr end Mrs. C. L. McWaters, and during the second hour were Mrs- Lloyd Whlttaker and Mrs. Newton Whitis. Assisting the hostesses In the din- Ing room during the afternoon were Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Sr., Mrs. Adolph Helnlcke. Miss Jo Ann Trieschman, Miss Barbara Monaehan, Miss Gay Oarrigan and Miss Nancy Worths of Marked Tree, sister of the honoree. Serving as assistant hostesses In the living room during the afternoon were Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., and Mrs. W. G. Key of Marked Tree. Wears Floral Cotlpn Miss Worthy's halter neck, ballerina length frock of floral cotton was complemented with a purple- throated white orchid, a gift from her hostesses. Mrs. Worthy, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Murphy, were presented with corsages of carnations, and Miss Worthy also Agri Missionary Seaks to Club Dr. Jordan J' Van Laan, agricultural missionary who plans to go to Africa next year, and who recently has been working with the Agricultural Extension Office here gave ( a demonstration on (lower arrangements and corsage making at a meeting of the East Side Garden Club held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mary Scrape. Dr. Van Lnnn judged circle flower arrangements brought by members, awarding first place to Mrs. B. A. Bugg, second to Mrs. Lee Stiles, third to Mrs. Leonard Smith and honorable mention to Mrs. W. O. Anderson, " Mftss flower arrangements will be studied at the September meeting of the group, to be held nt the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club with Mrs. P- B. jarrcLt us hostess. Mrs. Scrape Hostess to TIE Mrs. J. P. Scrape cnlcrtnlncd r.wmbws of the T.L.E. Club last night at the Hiizorback for their regular weekly bvksge game. High score prize was won by Mrs. Dick Watson, second liiRli by Mrs. Otto Scrapes, and bridge by Mrs- Jerry Scrapes. A sandwich plntc with Iced drinks was served ut tlie conclu- Lutheran Guild Meets at Church was presented a silver silent butler s | on ol t | ]e B , llnes . EC a gift from the hostesses. Included among the guests who called between the hours of 3 sad 5 o'clock, were several from Marked Tree, Lepanto, Caraway, Jonesboro nnd Crosett. A special guest for the affair was Mrs. Bennett Williams of Marked Tree, sister of Mr. Murphy- The marriage of Miss Worthy nnd Mr. Murphy will be solemnized Sun- dw at the Baptist Church in Marked Tree. It's So Well Tailored This good looking two piece outfit Is Ideal whether you're cnmpus- bound or off on fl now career. Tnil- ored to perfection with flattering lines and nice detail. Mr.s. F. G. Reichcl was hostess Wednesday night nt, the Fellowship Hnll of the Lutheran Church, lo members of the Lutheran Guild. The meeting was opened with pvnycr nnrt Mrs. Louis Zeller, president, was In charge of the routine business session. During the socinl hour which follower), refreshments of ti Danish pn.stry with Iced drinks were served by the hostess. Women's Auxiliary Of Local 668 Meets Members of the l.ntUcs Auxiliary of Local .Ii08 met last night at CarpciUer's Hnll lor their monthly busint'.ss .session. Mvs. Jnuic Ross, president, presided over the business meeting, houv which was followed by <t tsociul. hour. Farewell Party Is Given for Mrs. W*H. Pease Mrs. Roy Bagley, Mi's. Freeman Rubiiifiun and Mr.s. C. R Clipper were hostesses yesterday morning at an informal party complimenting Mrs. W. H. Pease, who Is leaving next week to Join Mr. Pease in Atlanta. Ga., where they will make their home. Members of Chnjitfr N of the P.E.Q. Sisterhood, with which Mr.s. Pease and the three hosU--;.scs all are affiliated, were invited to the Crigger home at 10:30 yesterday morning for the: informal affair. Roses formed the centerpiece for the refreshment table from Which party foods wi:re served, bowls of other mixed garden flowers were placed about the entertain ing rooms. Mr.s. Alfred Knox of Port Smith, honfiiiguest of Mrs, Uasle-y, was the only out-of-town guest present. Way To Get Housework Done Is —Just Do it Here is one woman's answer to the rndei \\lio a kt.d for help HI streamlining her housework 'I don't know if 1 am sticking my neck out too far with the sassy letter I am about to write, but this ts nbout the woman who w a a ts to know ho w to 'streamline' her housework. "I have two active boys. The baby Is 13 months old and the other llutti MIHctt is three and a halt years and T manage to get my work done by noon, lonv'iiig my evening meal afi the last and final chore of the day. "Usually I bake in the afl.ernnon as a diversion because I can't think ol anything else lo do, ending up with n walk with the baby before suppcrtime. "What these women who are always complaining nbout housework need is a good old-fii,shioned sn.nt.k- ng. The best way to get the work done is to do It, and as fast as you can. Then there will be MO com- aimug nbout It"They should be glad they've got a house to clean, Instead of being like so many women in so many parts of the world who would think It was wonderful In have a comlortiibk! home to care for. "These lazy women who always grmnblo either don't go to mid early enough or else they Just, Haven't ( know how- lucky they are." Well, there's one woman's advice to Uie wife who wrote in asking for help in streamlining her housework. H does make two t;,ood points. One. is that the best way lo streamline u Job is U> fid ut it nml get it done, instead of putting it off and dreading It. The other to that we women need to remind ourselves once in a while that It IK a real blessing to have a home to take rare of. Bits of News tly rer&onai Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Htralson returned Wednesday night from Au- Riisla. where they were called last week because of the sudden death of Mis. HaraJ.son's mother, Mrs-j Mark Limbird. Mr. and Mrs. J. LeHoy Huddle.sUm and children, Martha and LeFloy, I jr., returned Wednesday from Estes! Park, Colo., where they vacationed! for seven weeks. Martha attended j Cheit-y Camp for girls for the seven weeks, and Lefioy, Jr,, was active in the B:K Horn Club under the supervision of the Rocky Mountain National Park ranecrs. Mr. and Mr.s. J. P. Garrott and daughter, Miss Betty ;Lce Garrott,j left ihis morning for n three-week | vacation in Na*hvile, Tenn-, as (jiiosta of Mr. Garrott's relatives, and in Rloomln^ton, N.C., where they will be with members of Mrs- GrirroU's family. Mrs. Loy Welch was in Marked Tree Wednesday where she attended a bridge luncheon given, by Mrs. Margaret Ashley complimenting Mrs. Welch's niece. Miss Doris Worthy of Marked Tree, brideelect, of Jim,t:ft D. Murphy of .Lepanto. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McClue and son, Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker and Jinimie Edwards left yesterday afternoon for Denver, Colo., where the McClues and the Beckers will be guests of Mrs- Mc- Cluc's family, and Mr. Edwards will join his wife and family who have been visiting relatives there. David Cooley, son of the. Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Cooley of Fay- cUnville, is spending several days here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .P. E. Cooley, and Mr. land Mr.s. M, T. Moon. Mr. and Mr.s. A, F. Crownovcr [ will leave tonight for a ]fi-rtny trip through Texas, Colorado,. Utah. .Washington, Oregon, and | Vancouver, B. C., and will return through Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. W. B. WiMiams of Blytheville has been removed to Adler's Clinic in Memphis for treatment. Mrs. Ivor.son Morris, her daughter, Mr.s. Amy Ruth Gordon, Marshall Gordon and Mrs. Birdie Woods, spent yesterday in Mem- pins. Mr. and Mrfi. John Wallace West and sons, Johnny Bruce and Stephen, arc spending a two- weeks vacation with relatives in California. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Julian .Mitchell announce the birth of a [son yesterday morning at Walls I Hospital. The baby, who has been i named Garry Landis, has a sister, Donna Kaye, who Is three. Mrs. S. S .Reeves returned this morning to her home in Lake Village after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Schabz of Helena will be the weekend guests of Greasy Creams Not Good for Skin in Summer Thick, rich cleansing creams and evrn light-textured ones are disagreeable in .summer to many girls. Thoir skins have .moisture that's not present in cool weather. Sonp-and- wnt(M' washing at regular intervals keeps their .skin fresh. And slimmer sun-bathing, when not overdone, .seems U) benefit tlu-ir skins by clearing up many annoying surface bumps. They need a night crt'iim much less often than at other seasons of the year. A dciuiser, other than sonp-ar.ii- wii>r, is felt to be a necessity, however. Before, KU'ls start their v.",isli- in!,', they want to remove tiie layer of make-up. An answer to this problem of make-up removal in summer, \vh»'n greasy creams are at least a nuisance, is a creamy lotion type of clean.ser. This type of cleanser liq- uifies instantly on the skin just like the old-fashioned type of si-easy liquifying cream. But this modern convenience is completely grcaseless. A nan -greasy lotion Hint works n :i Iricr i.s this girl's method (tr w;trni weather cleansing. ! it's homogenized for a smooth, Icrpjjmy. pfficienl consistency right I down to the last drop. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflict and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson were in Memphis yesterday where they: v.'fnt to accompany their cluv.gU'or,; Mrs. John S. Hudson, and her chll- I dren v Susan and John, III, who left by plane yesterday afternoon for Newfoundland la join Lt. Col. Hudson. Mrs. C. W- AH.lick. Jr., of Steelc and Mrs. Harry A. Haines spent today in Memphis. C. E- Edds of Blytheville. who underwent an operation last week at Memphis Baptist Hospital, had a second operation there yesterday morning, and is reported to be resting fairly . well. Mrs. Edds and a daughter, Mrs. Dan Stowcrs of Little Rock, are in Memphis with him, and another daughter. Mrs. Clyde j Wilson of Blytheville, who was there ; for the operation ,has returned J home. Mr. Edds is in Room 718A- Mrs, Samuel P. Morris and daughter, Miss Keen Norris, plan to leave Memphis tonight for Nashville to attend funeral services to be held there tomorrow morning for Sister , Anne Frances, principal of St. Ce- j celia's Academy, who died yesterday ' mornin', 1 at St. Thomas Hospital In Nashville. Miss Norris was a student at ilit? academy for several year:;, and Writer Anne Frances was a {'(tiisin ill' Mr.s. Norris. Mr. and Mr.s. R. E- Davis spent lust nblit in Sikcsi,o:i, Mo., as guests of their sf>n, lulus Davis, and family. They went, especially to attend the birthday celebration of their son. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Wimberley of Chula Vista. Calif- are spending two wei-ks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hagcn, and other relative;;. Mr. and Mrs. Hagen also will have as their guests for che weekend two other daughters, Mrs. Robert Gunn of Memphis, with Mr. Gunn,, and Mrs. Ben White and Mr. White, of Glennonville, Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. O'Neal spent yesterday in Little Rock. Col. and Mrs, G. M- Powell and son, George, who have been visit- in<i here for the past several weeks with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. G. E. Keck, have gone to Hot Springs, where they will be stationed. Colam! Airs. Powell and son have recently returned from Japan where ho was on duty for two years with At the Hospitals BLYTIIKVIIXK HOSPITAL Dismissed: Linda Kay Moore, HI. '2. Mrs. Ralph Brown, Kosehmd. Mrs. Nora Martin, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Gerald Johnson and baby. Rt. 1. Jerry Carson, Rt. 4. Mrs. Buvline Priveit, city. Baby Bonny Ward, Arm^rel. He Got the Answer BURBANK. Calif. (.-P) — An 18 year old Dallas, TCX-AS fugitive, j t tin wanted on suspicion of several burp- i Albino Gopher IS Pet larie,s, called the local police to sec ' if anyone wanted him for arrest. Assured that he was wanted, the young man put the • receiver back j on the hook, opened the te'-ephone } booth door to leave- On hand to I greet him were two detectives with handcuffs. B970 12-42 By Sue Burnett Pattern No. 8970 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, u, 1C, 16, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 3;'» yards of 42- Inch. For this pattern ,send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide In plan- plug a practical, sew-tilmplc ward-' robe. Gift pattern printed inside the j book. Send 25 cents today. I TtJLARE, Calif. (.-Pi — A rin-f phf'nomenon of the rodent fnnnly. a pure albino gopher wilh pink eyos. is Hie prize pet of Richard Unbares. Richard captured the ^ophrr on his farm, plans to can 1 for liis find and enter it at the fair. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c Al All Times FKI-SAT Double Feature — PLUS TKUNDERNG ACTIOM! THE HANDS THAT GUARD YOUR HEALTH ARE THE BEST INGREDIENTS When you have n prescription filled here, von can he confident that only (he finest ingredients are used — thai they are compounded hy registered, experienced pharmacists. ROTHROCK DRUGS in ew/twvs COUR Serial: Jungle Drums No. 6 Cartoon: Spree Under The Sea SUN & MOX Double Feature ",.,M-W - *iw*i' • «" '•«««• 'fl^ftWiS ,S] '•"';«•.!..n««"i M'«»" " '-'"'•"'.•« ™ 5,-j;^-'. Minn -—~ —- - Wfi-Mfl &M —PLUS— ... 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It's a well-known fragrance with a very refreshing citrus odor that tends to pick up one's wilted spirits as one sniffs it. Now available in a can with a dispenser button on top, the makers recommend that you spray it approximately 12 inches away from the Uody. The non-breakable can would make it a natural traveling companion as well as a regular bathroom fixture. The stimulating quality of this cologne would make it a good bet for the glove compartment of a car or your locker where you golf, swim or play tennis. Spray coloRne on your hair, on tired feet, all over your face and neck when you're stuck in a steaming kitchen, and on all the warm, moist places, such as the crook of Cologne sprays from can with button dispenser as this jirl cools oft with famous fragrance. your arm, the armpit, back of the knee, pit of the throat. You should look and feel cooler. Remember that the cool look is the pretty loolc in summer. When pressing, you need to go | Lots of Woods o-er double thicknesses such as seems, collars, cuffs and hems on the right side. To avoid a shine, press over two layers of cheesecloth or tissue paper. the Medical Corps. Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson has moved to Osceola to make her home with her sister, Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood. and has rented her home nt 1133 West Main to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Manser and son. HARTFORD, Conn. U?) — Connecticut, almott exactly 5,000 square miles in area, is known as a densely populated, highly Industrialized ^:tate. Nevertheless, more than two- thirds of it is covered by woodland. Varied Industry 1 HARTFORD. Conn. (/Pi—Connec- • ticut, the nation's third smallest j state in area, is represented bv 74 ' per cent of all the types of Industry listed by the U.S. census buieau. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLC.N' at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rltz & Box? Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvuc. fflONDAHMWG ssmm. 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