The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 1, 1952
Page 2
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VAGI TWO •LTTHETTLLE (ARK.) COURIER ItEWi TOWDAT, JAmJART 1, 19W Top Twelve Best Dressed Women Pictured here are 12 of the "Best-Dressed Women of th« World," according to the annual poll of the New York Dress Institute. Mrs. MacArthur Irene Dtmne Princess M»r«ret Rose Marlcne IJWrlch Jane Shelton, Society Editor >&&&L tor § oceu Phone 4461 Red, White and Blue TKsme of Formal Dance Red, white and blue streamers Kudded with clusters of balloons decorated the Woman's Building last night for the formal dance given lor ISO guests to greet the new year. HocU for the event were Larry Baker, Jerry Berry, Howcll Boyd, Jim CtdberUon, Tom Dowdy, Albert PalrMd, Jerry Halsell, Oakto Ropp, Ralph Wahl, Wan-on McClure, Charlca Xinningham Orsbwrn. nncl Bobby decorated th« entrance door to the large ballroom and dlag- ormUy ntpended from the ceiling wer» tto colored streamers caught with clusters of balloons, Inscribed •Happr Mev Year." Party foods and iced drinks were •erred from tables, which wero centered wltti balloon clusters Idcntl- wl U than flouting from th< ceil- In. «i« giwat list, were *oH*fv itvdcrtt* who are holiday fuegta In Blythevllle. Parent* of the hosts attended •w iff a*. • • . Variety Club, Guests Have uinner-Dance Multt-colored-streamers and confetti interspersed with myrnlds of kelloons floated from the celling •nd walls of the Jaycee Clubhouse last night for the new year's supper-dance of the Variety Club. Mr. «nd Mrs. Ralph Wafler, Mr. •nd Mrs. W. H. Hutson ana Mr. »nd Mrs. 8»m Hay with the event. es entertained Supper was served from long tables following the celebration of the arrival of the new year. James Nebhut wns master of ceremonies. Quests for the event were Miss Jean Reddish of at. Louts, Lt. Randall Workman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Johnson, Miss JoAnn Turner of Yazoo City, Miss., p. D. Poster. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Louts Chitmon of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Cole- mart, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peel, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis; Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Braton, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haynes. Mr. nnrt Mrs. Bill McCaughey. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eubanks. Club 28, Guests Dance In Noble Mirror Room Dancing in the Mirror Room ot Hotel Noble last night marked n new year's celebration for 125 members and guests of club 28 who attended the club's annual new year's party. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell were host* and hostesses. Snowballs marked the windows »nd scenes sprinkled with glisten- Ing snow decorated the roam. Following the new year's celebration snd dancing, breakfast was served the guests. Several out-of-Sown residents Mr. and Mrs. Q, K. Alxlou announce the birth of their .second child, a son Friday morning at Walls Hospital. He has been named George N. Abclou, Jr. They have a daughter. Putricla Lynn. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E. Davis and Mr. in<l Mrs. H. C. Duck have returned from 10 days In Texas a'nd Mexico. While In Corpus Christ!, Tex.. Lhey were the guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buck and Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Buck and In Monterrey, Mexico they visited Mr, and Mrs. Marshall Lesher. Calvdry Baptist Women Convene Women ot CMvnry D a p 11 .s t Church yesterday met in Circles for program sessions. Mrs. Buck Germany was hostess lo six members of Circle One. Mrs. H, J. Fondren conducted the meeting in the absence of the president and the devotional from the book, of Mntthew was presented by Mrs. A. D. Priest. Mrs. Fonriren gave the opening prayer and the meeting closed with a prayer by Mrs. Henry McCain. Two guests and two new members met with the tour members of Circle Two, who gathered al th«_home of Mrs. Jack AttAway for the program. Mrs. M. H- Crossin and Mrs. Nazarene Society Has Meeting Twenty members and one guest of the Womens Foreign Missionary Society of the First church of the Nazarene last night met fit the church for the monthly session, Mrs. O. A. Dunivanl of Steele was the only guest for the meeting which opened with prayer by Miss Doris Pnyne. A devotional by Mrs. J. T. White preceded the program In which Mrs. Melvln Jariett, Mrs. Andrew Lee >-] rr_. ~-<Z iwf,,- ' Duchess of Windsor Mrs. WDI. Randolph Hearst, Jr. Duchess Again Leads Best Dressed List NEW YORK MV-The Duchess of Windsor, for the tenth year, leads the New York Dress Institute's list of the best dressed women o[ 1QS1. A newcomer In the annual poll is Princess Margaret Rose, younger daughter of Britain's King George. Others on the list, announced over the weekend, were: The Duchess of Kent; Mrs. Doug- Mayo, Mrs. Harold 'lluimp^on and ' las MarArthur, wife of the General; Mrs. Ray White participated. The business session was led by the WFMS president, Mrs. Thomp- I Mrs. Gccrge McGhee, wife of the U. B. Assistant Secretary of State; actresses Irene Dunne and Marlene son, and following the discussions j Dietrich; Italian Countess Uberto Mrs. Dimivant closed the meeting with prayer. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Cortl; Mrs. William Pnlcy, New York; Mme. Louis Arpels, Paris and New York; Mrs. Byron Foy, New York; Circles Convene At Church, Home 5"our members of Circle Two of Lake Street Methodist Womens Society of Christian Sprvice yes- the home of. Mrs, for 'a Bible study. terday met in Iverson Morris Group singing and prayer led bj Mrs. Henry Young opened the meeting. Mrs. Morris presented the study lesson, which was a continuation of the study of the book of Acts. Repeating ot the Lord's Prayer adjourned the meeting. Circle One met last night at the church for a business session led by WSCS president, Mrs. Billy RUTH MILLETT * A Formula to Help You Earn Respect of Others RUTH MILLETT, NEA SUff Writer want other* It jroti you: Always do the b«»t Job you are capable of doing. Don't be afraid to take prides In a Job well done. Coming Events Social Calendar Garden Department of the Woman» Club has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the club. Mr«. Q. a. Caudill hostess to Town and Country Club. Deltonlan Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Mra. Lewis Henderson hostess to MB Club. ThurxUj Mr«. Harry A. Haines entertaining Kibitxer Club. Mrs. Don Haley hostess to Thursday Rook Club. ' Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. J. p. scrape hostess to TLE to respect Don't point out the defects In your own.character and personality. The person who Is' always saying "The trouble with me Is—," or 'If I weren't so this or so that," shouldn't expect to stand very high ".n the regard of others. Don't always be a follower. Start something yourself now and then. Instead of copying others, let others copy you part of the time. Make small decisions easily Club. Friday Eastern Star has potluck supper meeting at the Masonic Temple on Davis Street followed by 8 p.m. public Installation o( officers. Chapter "N" of PEO has 2 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr. WMU Executive Board of First Baptist Church has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting with Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets a; Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Square dancing at the Country Club beginning at 8 p.m. King. Mrs. George McCihehey led the opening prayer, which was followed by reports of officers. Mrs. King also reported on the activities planned for the visitation Com- paign, with and Washington; Mrs. A]/red Wynne Vanderbilt, New York; and Mrs. Henry Ford II, Detroit. which is to begin Jan. luncheon-meeting churches of the, city at the First Baptist Church. "Be Still and Know" was the devotional given by Mrs. McOhe- hey followed by group singing and prayer by Mrs. George Shanks. Mrs. King closed the meeting with prayer. qulcily. The "Well, I don't know," . and "maybe" people don't win oth-' ers' confidence, because they show too plainly they haven't must confidence In themselves. Pick Your Goal Don't be easily discouraged. PicV. your'goal and If you don't reach It by one route, try another. When you shrug your shoulders and say that you did EVERYTHING you could, you are usually just trying to excuse a failure that should have been a success. Keep your word, even In small things. If you sity: "I'll meet you at ten o'clock," don't make it ten minutes after. Don't be afraid to say "No" when you feel ft is the sensible answer. People will to talk you into many things, but most people respect the person who can say "No" courteously but firmly. Don't be forever apologizing. That may seem like an easy way to keep others from being critical of you and your efforts. But it doesn't work. Respect, but don't envy others. • Envy always shows, no matter how hard you try to conceal it. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: AnneiJa Mitchell, Caruthersvilie. R. L. McCnstin. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. R. Lambert, Rt. 3. Hosco Maness, City. Archimedes' Armor The ancient forerunner o! modern armored ships was the Syra- cu.san, built in 250 B.C. by Archimedes, according to the Encyclopedia Brltannica. Mrs. H. R. Haaga and son. Ray- lj - D - Atkins wer» the guests and lord of Philadelphia, Miss., and' Mrs. J. K. Davidson and daughter, Donnn of Memphis have arrived for several days visit with Mrs. Haaga and Mrs. Davidson's aunt. Mrs. I, R, Johnson and Dr. Johnson, Cleveland Is the name which has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Matllx of Fort Worth, Tex., (or their son born Dec. 23. Mr. anil Mrs. Mattix are former residents of Bly- thevllle nnd Lepnnlo. Mrs. Mnttix is the daughter of Mrs. P. H. Raspberry of Route Three. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Hays unrl family have as their houseguests Mrs. V. W. Whitmore and son. Phillip and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hnlley and son, Bobby, of Pitlsburg, Kan. Cpl. ami Mrs. Joe Ferguson left this morning for their home In Savannah, Ga., after having been the holiciay season guests of Cpl. Fergu- ;'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Mrs. J. TJ. Witlner lias been admitted to Memphis Baptist. Hospital new member* were Mrs. Lucian iaines and Mrs. Agnes Boytl. Par- Icipatlng on the program were Mrs. -AttaWay, Mrj.. Neal Geurlan and Mrs. R. B. Smothers. Prayer )y Mrs. Hazel Pr&snell closed the neetlng. Nine members of Circle Five met vlth Mrs. Jack Vowell for the session. which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Bill Hnrclln. Mrs. Mervln Ciillis gave the devotional and tak- ng part on •th.e_program were Mrs. T. C. Hop'perV-lMrs. C. W. Hudson ind Mrs. Mike Rlchey. Mrs. Rlchey adjourned the meeting with prayer. nnd will morning. undergo surgery In the David Moore. USN. loft Memphis this morning by plane for the Philippine Islands where he will be stationed after having spent IB clays here with his mother. Mrs. N. M. Mooro and relatives. He was formerly stationed at Milltngton Naval Air Station, MIHington, Tenn. Cpl. Dan Cnlrin-ell left this morning for Birmingham, Ala., after having spent several days here as gunsl of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Cnldivcll. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Wilson nnd daughter. Miss Anna i/iu Wilson left today for their home in Memphis nftrr Juivine. been the IICP year's eve guests of Mrs. Dan Stoui nnd Mr. and Mrs. Edanr p. Bortmi Mrs. Stout, who had been visiting In Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson while uurtergolnp medical treat-] mcnt returned to Blythevllle with Ihrm yesterday. Miss Anton Ferguson will leave tomorrow for the University of Alabama. Tuscnloosa. after spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Dr. nnd Mrs. Hunter sims are In New Orleans where they are attending the Sugar Bow! football game lorfay. Pvt. Jimmy w. Ga.skins ol Fort Bragg. N. C., is spending his holiday furlough here with his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Glenn, and his father. Russell Oilskins. Following each dismissal hostesses served refreshments. the B. jls of their daughter, Mrs. Kiene nnd Mr. Ktene and Ms<«n lo KI.CN al 10:10 a.m. and 4:W> p.m. dally for our program announcements Box Office Phone 2752 Office Phone S9M Box Office Opens al IMS Show Start* 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Mrs. Roger's sister, Mrs. W. Dougherty nnd family. They went especially for the holiday season. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Chitmon have ns their guests Mr. and Mrs. Louis j Chitmon of Chicago, Joe Dugmi of St. Louis was the holiday weekend guests of Miss Virginia Swenrengen and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen, Sr. Aubrey Conway la undergoing treatment for two weeks at Campbell's Clinic In Memphis. Henry Humphreys will return tomorrow from Memphis Baptist Hcs- niUil where he has been a pntlenl. Mrs. Humphreys is with him. Mrs. snlly Kimes had as her holl- .^..^J any season gue.sts her sons, M/Sgt. C. L. Kimrs, recently returned from Mrs. Ledbcttcr and were Included In the guest list. • • * All Day Meeting Held in Home An alt-nay meeting ot the Women's Missionary Union o( the Number Nine Baptist Church yesterday was held al the home ol Mrs. Clif- lie Johnson. The morning session was highlighted with the service program, "Where Advance" directed by Mrs. Raymond Whittle, followed by a potluck luncheon. ' j Mrs. Johnson presented a de- i votional from the book of Matthew! followed a community missions re-1 port by Mrs. Frank Coats. The hostess served refreshments of candy And icfd drinks after! which tiie meeting \vas closed. | daughter.':. Alice Ann and Neva Sue. left yesterday for their home in Flint, Mich., after having hren the holiday guests of Mrs. Lcdbetfer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. R>rd. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rogers of Blythevllle and New Orleans arc spending a month In Tucson. Ariz., Korea, M/Spt. Nnthan Kimes and family of Tampa. Fla., Wlnford Kimes and Mrs. Kimes ol Little Rock and Binford Kimes and family of Memphis. It was the first family reunion In 1] years. P. D. Foster, Jr., and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster, have ns their hollsegucst Miss JoAnn Turner of Ynzoo City, Miss. My. FVwter is a student at Mississippi State Collets. Starkville and Miss Turner attends Ole Miss. See (he Rose Bowl gitnie between Stanford and Illinois on i the giant television screen nl I the Ritz Theater today starts at 4:00 sharp. 1001 ADVINTimS FLAMIXC IN C010II THE Selected Short Subjects Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pure Whole Ho; Savsat* Seasotird Just Right! A BLYT11EVILLE PRODUCT Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Tucs-Wed. FOR RENT Typewriters & Adding Machines New & Late Model Machines—Low Rat«» Wn buy used office machines A furniture. Johnson Office Equipment Co. SALES—SERVICE 112 S. Broadway—Phone -1420 New Owners We have purchased Kirby Hiway Drug Store at Main & Division, The store will be known as Hughes-Brogclon Hiway Drug Store and we earnestly solicit your business. We also have the store at Main & Lake. Registered pharamacists will take care ol your prescriptions at either store, and as a special service, we offer free delivery. Accept this as our personal invitation to come out to either of our stores for your drug needs. ' u f n / //? / ^Mugliei \~-narieu v-Jroqaon HUGHES-.BROGDON • DRUG STORES MAIN AT LAKE Phone 2822 MAIN AT DIVISION Phone 2019

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