The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1953 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 12, 1953
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WTONESDAY, AUOTST II,'INI ety, N oae Pit MulMni, Society Editor 9 Phon» 4161 Eugenia Jenkins Wins Series Cup In Country Club Bridge League Last night's (session of the Blytheville Country Club Duplicate Bridge League marked the end of t six weeks series, with Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins winning the Six Weeks Series Cup as a permanent trophy, having been high scorer In three consecutive series. Second high In the series was Mrs. E. B- Gee. third was Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, and fourth, Mrs. B. A. Lynch. In the six-table Howell movement played last night with a masterpoint game, high score went to Mrs- E. B. Gee and Mrs. Chamblln, second high to Mrs. Joe Ferguson and George Anderson, third high to Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Frank Grigsby and fourth to Mrs. B, A. Lynch and Mrs. C. C. Councille. Announcement also was made that (here will be no game at the club next week because of the City Tournament scheduled to be played next. Wednesday and Thursday at Hotel Noble. Bride-ElectGives Dinner for Bridesmaids Mks< Vivian Taylor ,who will be- eom« the bride of Paul D. Foster mdiy afternoon at First Presby terian Church, last night complimented her attendants .when she entertained with a bridesmaids' dinner at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Entertaining rooms of the Taylor home were decorated with bouquet* of late summer flowers In pastel shades, with the same color scheme carried out in the table appointments used. ,A low bowl filled with pastel flowers was used to center the table at which the six guests were served. Miss Taylor presented each of her attendants with a gift. Miss Anne Conway White of 'Osceola was the only out-of-town guest present. WMLTCirciesHold. Joint Session All five circles of the Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met jointly Monday afternoon at the church for a Royal Service program under the direction of Mrs. Larry Byrum. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Byrum, the devotional by Mrs. Carr& Prultt and Mrs. Jack Attaway presided over the business session. Assisting on the program were Mrs. Claude Rowland. Mrs. Eula Lewis, Mrs. Charles Rlggins, Mrs. Vernon Boyd, Mrs. Tom Smalley, Mrs. W. C. West «nd Mrs. Mark Andcrsnn. Closing prayers were given by Mrs. J. H. Melton and Mrs. Mabel Lunsford. Miss Minnie Johnson of Memphis ws a visitor. Two Guests Meet With Octave Club Mrs. Al Halnmn was hostess last night at the Dixie Pig lo members to the Octave Club and two guests, Mrs. Eunice Young and Mrs. Abe Kinningham, for their weekly canasta game. High score prize for the evening went to Mrs. Harry Bogan and low to Mrs. Kinningham. A dessert course was served. Christian Church Women Meet Mrs. J. J. Morgan and Mrs. J. W. McHaney were hostesses last night at the Morgan home to 14 members of the Love Group of the Wom- MI'S Council of First Christian Church. Miss Louella Alley was In charge if the program using as her topic 'Make Her Mrs. Active," assisted >y Mrs. Harry Bradley nnd Mrs 3ene Lanhfim. Mrs. Freeman Robnson presided over a brief business ession. and the meeting was clos :d by the missionary benediction. Refreshments were served during he social hour. Bits of News Surprise Birthday Party Is Given At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Idell Blackard, city Mary Black, Dell C. M. Lewis, city Joe Pritchnrd. Holland, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: O. T. Ciracey. Rt. 3 Mvs. Wayrie L. Oxford and baby, city Celebrates Birthday Hubert Polsgrove was honor last night at a birthday party given by members of the deacons and trustees of Calvary Baptist Church, who with their wives gathered at his home. Thirty-four guests were present for the informal affair at which Mr. Potegnn'e, was presented with gifts. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Cole entertained 25 guests last night with a picnic supper at Walker Pnrk in cele- guest of I bra lion of the first birthday of their surprise I son, Otis Wayne Cole. To find leaks In an inner tube, hose or gas pipe, apply soapsuds to the surface. Bubbles wlil locate them for you. Versatile And Charming 8986 By Sue Burnett Designed for figure flattery simple frock thst takes you through the day with charm and assurance. Add » row of liny buttons on the front waist, and if you like, a contrasting collar is provided. Pattern No. 8986.ij » sew-rit« perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14, 18, I. 20; 40, 42. SIM 14, short eleeve, 2!4 y»rds of 45-inch. For thli pjttern, send SOo In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sun Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quinsy St., Chicago «, III- Bnslc FASHION for '53, Full and Winter, to a complete guide In plsn- nlng » prictlcnl, new-simple w«rd- robe. Gift pattern printed insldt tht book. Bend it oenti today. , Following suppnr. pictures were laken by the baby's uncle, Curtis Cole. Oils Wayne received gifts from all the guests. Coming Events Wednesday C & Q Club Is entertained by Mrs. John Edwards. FlilDAY Y. W. A. Associntlonal House- party at First Baptist Church, with registration to begin at 7 p. m., banquet at 7:31) p. m. Mrs. Snnford Tomllson will be hostess to the Vendredl Bridge Club. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Krutz and children. Danny, Larry and Garry, returned home Monday after spending a week In Brewton, Ala., and Pensacola, Fla. In Pensacola they were guests of Mrs. Krutz's sister, Mrs. Bennle Welch and Mr. Welch. They also visited other points of interest in Florida. Allen Berry, who lias been attending summer school at University of Mississippi, Oxford, will return home tomorrow to spend the remainder of the summer here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs. C. L. McWalers. her daughter, Susie Wroten McWaters, Mrs. Fred Bean and her daughter .Linda Bean. Miss Pefrey Ann Taylor, Miss Pat Parllow nml Miss Kny Limsford, will drive to Norfolk Lake tomorrow to Join a Kroun of Blytheville girls who are spending the week there under the chnpcronai»e of Mrs. T. 1 Seay and Mrs. J. W. Haydcr. Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Skaller and riaiiEhter. Joy. will return today from a month's vacation in California. Billy Hatch, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hatch, underwent an emergency appendectomy yrsterday at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. E. B. Gcc. left this morning for Jackson. Miss., where they are participating in a district duplicate bridge tournament. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Widner and children of Kansas City, Mo., are spending a week here as guests of Mrs- Lee Po\vell and son, and of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Widner nnd family. On returning home they will be accompanied by Mrs. Powell, who will be their guest for a week. Fred S. Snllbn nnd W. J. Wunder- llch spent yesterday in Little Rock. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Nelson and children. Ray. Mary Gay and Bill, accompanied by Mr- Nelson's sister, Miss Allyce Nelson of Memphis, hnve returned from a two-months vacation spent In points of interest along the West Coast, In .Canada nnd In Old Mexico. Lucy Caudlll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill, will return tomorrow from Lake Lure, N. C., where she had been spending the summer. She will be met In Memphis by her parents. E. D. Ferguson has entered Memphis Baptist Hospltnl for observation. Mrs. Ferguson Is with him, and they are In Room 622. DYESS NEWS By MRS. J. 1.. JACOBS j. c. Langdon 01 at. Anne, in., spent the weekend here and was ac- compnnlfd bnck to St. Anne by his molhcr-ln-law. Mrs. Bush, who will moke her home there .-with the Langdons. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence East were in Memphis Thursday to visit their daughter, Mrs. R. L. House. Mr. East returned home Thursday night, but Mrs. East is spending several days with her daughter. Mrs. William .Jacobs and son. Ronnie, visited Mrs. J. L. Jacobs on Thursday. Mrs. A. V. East of McKinney. Texas, is spending several weeks here as guest of her son, Clarence East, and family. Mr. and Mrs, M. M. Williams, Miss Mozclle Williams and Billy Williams of Dyess. and Miss Pauline Williams of Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.. left Saturday morn- Ing for Marietta, Miss., to attend a family reunion at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Williams. Nine children of the Williams family gathered Sunday for the reunion. Bobby Williams returned to Dyess Tuesday from Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. K. Tyler and dauKlH'-r, Sherry, of Whitton, spent Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blackwell are parents of a son born Aug. 2 at Dyess Hospital. He has been nnmed John Edward. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Humble of Forrest City spent several days last week with Mrs. A. B. Burllson and son. Billy. Elmer Rogers, Rudolph Rogers and Hugh Bean left Tuesday for Poutiac,'Mich. Mr. and Mrs. R. R, Holland and daughter, Alice, of Dyess, Herbert Lucas of Luxora and Miss Margaret Holland of St. Louis left, Friday for Singiic, N. J.. to visit their daughter and sister. Miss Gernldine Holland. They plan to return home Aug. 16. Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Tyler visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hardy Sunday at Marie. Mrs. Troy Stansbury is taking daughter. Miss Carmen Cary, accompanied by Mrs. Gary's sister, Mis. A. C. Humphrey and Mr. Humphrey of St. Louis, will leave Sat- urtiny for a week's vacation in Hot Springs and Crossett. In Crossett, they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gary's daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Edwards and Dr. TSclwards. Mrs. O. Shonyo has had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Richard i Schwarzbach of Ottawa, III. Mrs. Schwarzbnch Is the former Miss Marjorle McBride of Blytheville. Her mother, Mrs. F. V. McBride, also a former Blytheville resident, died recently in Ottawa. Mrs. J. Farrts McCaUa. nnd daughter , Jennie Wren McCalla. Adnm Taylor and Richard Hipp, spent todny in Memphis. Mrs. O'Del! Snnders of Charles- ,.., ..... ... .......... ....... ^ Mrs. u uen oanafrs 01 una Miss Rene Norris will "Strive home , on MlsSf wi)1 return » home to Never use soap to clean ivory piano keys. A kitchen wax will remove finger marks and stains without dulling and yellowing the finish. Burned-on foods can be removed from pots and pans If you boll a solution of washinR soda (sal soda) in them for a few minutes. This treatment is safe for any but aluminum pans. this afternoon to remain here until Saturday when she and her mother, Mrs. Samuel P. Norris will return to Memphis where Miss Norris Is attending summer school at Memphis State College. Miss Norris is coming especially for the Taylor- Poster wedding Friday afternoon, In which she Is to serve as a bridesmaid. She will be accompanied home by Mre. Marvin Robinson, who las been her guest for the past several da.ys. Mr- .ind Mrs. 1. O. Westbrook. Jr., and children, Patty Jo and Oneal, of San Angclo, Texas, arc visiting here as guests of Mr. WeK.tbrook's mother, Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Sr., and his sister, Mrs. R. L. Dedman and family. Miss Ann Albright has returned her home in Little Rock after "laving been the guest here of Miss Annella Humphreys and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Miss Albright was motored home by Russell Phillips Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Regenold and daughter. Dixie Golden, who have been living In Fayeltevllle where he was attending University of Arkansas, have moved to Armorel where he will be associated with his father, E. M. Regenold, in his farming Interests. Mrs. A. Harman Taylor and daughters, Miss Vivian Taylor and Miss Linda Taylor, spent today In Memphis. Mr- and Mrs. R. A. Cary and NOTICE My office will be closed from August 12th to August 24th. Hunter C. Sims, M.D. Attention Teachers Due to recent resignations, the Blytheville School System has vacancies in the primary grades, Junior High Library, and Junior High Home Economics department. If interested, contact W.B. Nicholson, Superintendent of Schools, 700 Chickasawba, T*l«phone 2053. APPLICANTS for high school vacancies art required to have degrees, elementary teachers must have two or more years of college work approved by tht State Departmcnt of Education. row after a brief visit here with her mother, Mvs. M O. TJsvey. Mrs. T. J. Kabo and son. Teddy, have gone to Chattanooga, Tenn., for a visit with Mrs. Kabo's sister. Mrs. G. N. Robinson and her brother, Max Gill, prior to returning to their home In Scranton, Pa. Mrs. Kabo had been here for several clays as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Qill, and her son had spent the past three weeks here with his grandparents. Mrs. Otis Shepherd returned last night from & six-week vacation spent In Toledo, O.. Manltou Beach, Mich.. Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, and Quebec, Canada. She rc.tvirncd home through the Adlrondacks and spent some time at Lake Placid, N. Y. Older Folks with Itching Skin For the naRglnir. Tn«<ldeninff. persistent Itch of dry nkin, BO common to folks paat middle nge, Hcsinol OitUment i* ti special. in place ot mUitinjt nntural *kin works fast, and torn fort InaU. It fe . t \f> ha Get Resinol and Ret i il* - ls BO re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times WED. & THURS. Double Feature RICHARD TODD.,~JOiN «c« — I'l.US — : Gift Wrapped postofflw white th« K. •re MWiy. H. O. Summers returned Monday from Texarkana wher« he and Mrs. Summers have been with their daughter, Mtxlne, who hw been quite ill, but who now U Improved. Mrs. Josie .Jacobs spent Friday with Mrs. A. V. Eut. Several from Dyess attended the revival at the Whitton Methodist Church last weelc, when the Rev. W. W, Peterson was the preacher. The Associational Workers Council of the Mississippi County Baptist Church met Friday at Dyess Baptist Church, when a large crowd attended. Date for the start of the revival at the Baptist Church has been postponed from Aug. 9 to Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Balch and baby, Linda Lee, left Saturday night for Detroit, after spending two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch. Curtis returned to Michigan with them. Mr. and M_rs E A Nichols will have as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Edrington and children. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walbeck of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. John Easley ol Haines City, Fla., are here as guests of their sons, Marion and Richard Easley and their families. Prom here they will go to Fort Smith to visit their son, Roy, who is stationed there at Camp Chaffee. Mrs. Orville Humble of Forrest City spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jewel. J. T. Brosfiold accompanied his .,on, J. W. Braslield, and family to Detroit, Mich., Wednesday after a week's visit in Dyess. Mrs. HMattie Griffin of Fayette, Ala., is ncre visiting her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Clark and other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivan Butler and children have returned from Rockford, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Carr are parents of a daughter born Aug. 4 at Dyess Hospital. The Carr's who have four other children, have named the baby Rebecca Ann. John Harris is now working on Fridays and Saturdays In Leonard Williams store. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Hollingsworth left Saturday for Bearden to visit their daughter. Mrs Johnny Anthony and Mr. Anthony. Mrs- Delbert Prentice of Dyess attended the birthday dinner Mori- day at the home of Mrs. Forrest Waldrip in Osceola honoring George Prentice, Mrs. Mildred WaMrip and John Prentice. The last two are twins. Mrs Delbert Prentice visited her son, Hoyce Hodnett, and family Saturday In Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Farris Perry and children of Gosneil. spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs Marvin Catt and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Preritice. Mr. and Mrs Monroe House and children, of Jonesboro, and Mrs. Barney Nutt and Miss Faye Hall of Dyess, spent last weekend .with Mrs. Nutt's mother, .Mrs. W. T. Pnnnlngton at Fordyce. Mrj and Mrs. Frank Hardy of ^l^rfrie visited Mrs. D. J. Clay Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Lizzie Flynn of Blytheville is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Calvin Carr, and family. Corduroy Makes Its Debut In New Patterned Styles By GAILE DUGAS NBA Wonun'i Editor NEW YORK — (NEAV — Corduroy ii no longw a classic. It's com* out of the wood! to enter a new (ashlon world both on the campus and away Irom It. Thl* fall, It's used for young fashions and for «ophlstlcated clothes as well. The news in corduroy lies In patterns, color and finish. Calico prints, for instance, are authentic copies of the calico dresses of the 1850's. Roses arn strewn over s black surface for truly sophisticated "fancy pants." In one group of prints, there's a black-and-white chevron design that has the look of tweed. And there's almond green combined with black for the appearance of woven boucle. This is cut into a suit and piped in leather. In some of the line-ribbed patterns, Azteo weaves are copied In colors both subtle and odd. These patterns appear In slacks and In dance dresses. Black corduroy Is cut into a late-day dress and corduroy in a khaki tone is seen in long shorts paired with a shirt in a lighter shade. Shown here Is a weskit and .'lared skirt in a chevron tweed pattern. This Is a line-ribbed cordu» roy. It's worn here with a long-sleeved white blouM. Al'c Milton Stanbury Is reported to be en route nome from Korea. Fe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Stansbury. His wife and two children have made their home in Kansas City, Kans., while he was overseas. Ralph Thompson, history teacher and coach of the girls' bask r- tall team at Vandale, spent the weekend here with Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Elton stover of Wilson were guests Sunday of her brother. Delbert Prentice and' Mrs. Prentice. Miss Kay Henson of Selma. Tenn., and Miss Glenda Williams of Memphis, spent the weekend here with Miss Williams' parents, Mr. and Mvs. Leonard Williams. Mrs. Delbert Prentice spent Thursday in Marked Tree with Mrs. Jimmie Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Donsl! Hodnett of Memphis spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Delbert Prentice, and Mr. Prentice, before leaving for their vacation in Florida and Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Prentice also had as their guests last week another son, Hoyt HOdnett, Mrs. Hodnett and children, all of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Elred Allen of West Memphis were the weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Allen. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and children of Memphis, were guests over the weekend of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones and children. Charles and Dickey, spent the weekend at Dardenelle with his mother, Mrs. Melinda Jones and AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 ».m. and 4 p.m. for Bltz i Program Announcements 11 ».m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvne. LAST TIMES TONIGHT BLACKBEARD THE PIRATE -'•• >' rsc/fwcow/i ROBERT NEWTON UNDA DARNEIi-WILlUM BENDd PLUS SELECTED SHORTS RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Huey Bunch & Family Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Freeman & Family Mr. & Mrs. Charles Biggins & Family Mr. & Mrs. James E. Nolen & Family THURSDAY & FRIDAY /a, PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON RITZ GUESTS Miss Neal Luckett Mrs. J. A. Luckett Mr. & Mrs. N. M. Stone & Family Mr. & Mrs. E. S. Mullins & Family other relatives. Dyess WSCS of the Methodist Church met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. W. W. Peterson. Mrs. J. L. Jacobs gave the devotional, and taking part on the program were Mrs. Russell Clifton, Mrs. Prank Tyler, Mrs. J. S. Barnes, Mrs. Ray D. Johnston and Mrs. Nancy McClain, with Mrs. Leo Allen in charge. Mrs. Ethel Freels, of Whitton, Mrs. Louise Singleton and children, Gloria and Don of Marked Tree, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs on Saturday. Don Singleton of Marked Tree, spent Saturday night with Ronnie Jacobs. TV Field Day WINNIPEG (ff) — A. C. Jebb, & radio amateur, said he received programs from 20 United States stations in his two television eets In one day. They came from such widely separated points as Baltimore and Oklahoma City. When washing: outside woodwork of home, never slosh water over doorbell buttons. Short - circuits have been known to result, with extensive fire damage following. Buses Have Troubles TEL-AVIV m—More than half of the bus passengers in Israel now travel standing, a spokesman of the Ministry of Communications told newsmen here when he outlined a. new Five Year Railway Development Plan. While a large-scale Import of buses would now be a rather expensive affair, scheduled improvements in the country's railway system—including more high-powered engines and better carriages — will draw the public away from th« roads to the trains, he said. Quick Rel&f tor MUSCULAR ACHES 7«t STANBACK Y°"»«U . . . tablets or powderi . . . ogoinit any preparation you're *T«f used. xSJp-SSBaji /^•MSndk,^ I fo«d HMMktl OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! 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