The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 7, 1952
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BLll'HBVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Cocktail Party at F. E. Black Home Marks25tkV^edding Anniversary Mr. »nd Mrs. F. K. Black entertained with s cocktail party Saturday night at their West Main Street home In celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. Seventy guesf* called at 1 p.m. to extend best wishes to the couple. Ushering the guests into the entertaining rooms used for the occasion was the host's and hostess' daughter. Miss Betty Black, who was dressed Jn a cocktail gown of emerald green. velveteen, Bouquets of carnations and rofps were set about the home for the occasion. Mrs. Black received her guesU d ress ed ] n a cock tail gown o( black, trimmed In pins ol rhtne- stones. She placed gardenias at. her Banister-Troyior Vows Said In Church Ceremony WILSON—Zn an 8 p.m. ceremony laid In alencon lace and centered . . Branched sliver candelabra holding flickering tnpert burned atop tlw table and buffet. Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. S. E. Tune assisted In entertaining the guests. Included in the guest list were Judge and Mrs. Roy Harper and Mrs. w. M. Robinson all of El. Louis. Eastern Star Officers Installed; Mrs. W. C. Colston Worthy Matron Mrs. W. C. Colston was Installed as worthy matron of the Blythevllle Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star at a public installation service Friday night at the Masonic Temple on Davis Street. Others to serve are W. C. Colston, worthy patron; Mrs. Dale Horn, associate matron; P. E. Scott, associate patron; Mrs. T. J. Bailey,'secretary; Mrs. Gus Eberdt, treasurer; Mrs. Elbert Alley, conduct.r?;;; Mrs, Earl Damon, associate conductress; Mrs. : Burks Barker, marshal!: Mrs. Clarence Dowdy, chaplain; Mrs. P. E. Scott, Adah; Mrs. Elmer Norman, Ruth: Mrs. Frances Hardy, Ester; Mrs. George Stllwel), Mar• tha; Mrs. Alvin Hardy, Electa; Cookston as Installing chaplain and The Newest In Separates By Sue Burnett Ai new and up-to-date as tomorrow It this clever blouse and skirt pair to add to spring wardrobe plans. Collared blouse has a choice of sleeves, front-buttoning skirt 1* «llm &s an arrow. Pattern No. 87B3 ts a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 10, 12, 14. 19. 18. 20. Stz« 12, blouse three quarter sleeve. 2% yards of 39-Inch; ikirt, SU yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News. 372 w. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for yovi shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. Mrs, Holland Ailtcn as Installing orpanlst. Gils Eberdt served as installing officer, with Mrs. Charles Allord as nstalllng marshal!, Mrs. c. C. Ion as Installing chaplain and Mrs, Holland Aiken as installing organist. Mrs, Bailey, retiring worthy matron, presented officers of her term and special committee members with giff.s. A potluclt supper preceded the installation and n social hour followed In which punch and cookies were served. Mrs. Qeorge Sllltrell served as program chairman and several vocal solos were given by Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Bi-Monthly Club Meeting Held The bi-monthly meeting ol the Stitch and Chatter Club Friday night was highlighted with a lay- etlc shower for Mrs. Bobby Hall. The group met at the home of Mrs. Thomas Dorrls arid during the evening drew names for "Sunshine friends" for 1B52. Mrs. Dorrls served i dessert course. became the t bride of Tommy Glen Banl.ster ol ' Osceola. Mr. Banister Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banister ol Leachville. former Osceola residents. Mr. and Mrs. Trnylor and family are former Blythevillc residents. The Rev. D. D. Blcclsoe officiated at the double ring ceremony, which wns said before an altar banked in fern and studded at intervals with baskets of while gladioli. Miss Martha Traylor served her t'A'in sister as maid of honor and only feminine, attendant. She was dre.'.'serl In a suit of tan wool for which she had chosen accessories of brown and a corsage of red roses, Mr. Traylor (?ave his daughter In marriage. She was dressed in a suit of gray and wore accessories of pink antl navy blue. Her bridal /loner was white orchid, Freddie Bantstcr of Osceola serv- ea his brother as best man, For her daughter's marriage. Mrs, .Tr°.y!cr wore a suit of brown with matching accessories and a purple orchid corsage. Mrs. Banister, mother of the groom selected a suit of brown which she wore with accessories of hrmvn and an orchid corsage. The couple left following the ceremony on a wedding trip, after which they will be at home in Osceola. Mrs. Banister attended Blytheville High School and was grad- .latcd from Wilson High School. At the time o! her marriage she was employed In the Wilson Bank. A graduate of Osceola High School. Mr. Banister attended Arkansas Tech College. Russellville, and is now employed at the Elliott Sartain Company. A Leap In Time Pretty jean Nathey Jumps for .Joy, and prepares to land on a carpet ol gradcfrult. at Cypress Gardens, Fla. She's leaping because . . . well, It's Leap Year, you know, and besides she's Florida's "Vitamin Girl." Duplicate League Plays Bridge at Hotel Noble Mrs. Frank Orlgsby and Mrs. Joe Hnmby won first plane honors In tile bi-weekly game of the Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon nt HoU-1 Noble. A three-table Howell movement was played and second place honors went to Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mr§. C. W. Afflick. Teen-Age Social Problems Will be Discussed by PTA "Tcen-AgerF, and Their Social Problems" will be the topic of dis- cussIon to be led by Mrs. Roy I. Bngley. tomnrrov; afternoon at the monthly meeting of the senior high school Pnrent Teachers Association. The 3 p.m. general session will be held at the school and «-ill be preceded by a 2:30 p.m. Executive Board meeting. Meetings Will Be Held At Temple Israel Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silverlield and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Weiss will bo hosts and hostesses Tuesday night at Temple Israel for the meeting of the B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge and Temple Sisterhood. The sessions will begin at 8 p.m. At the Hospitals Blytherllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Carlton Ward and baby. Cooler Mrs. MOECS George, City Mrs. Eddie Martin and baby. Cooler Anthla De Spain. Luxora Wall! Hospital Mrs. Virginia Adams, Hermondale Mrs. O. W. Spurlock and baby, Cil.y Mrs. Charles Northcutt and baby. Steele Ummy Jonrs, Cooler Mrs. Floy Ann Yalcs and baby City Three Auxilary Members To Take Part m Show Mrs. \v. H. Pease, Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and Mrs^Janies c. Guard will be in Memnfifs/tbnlght as representatives of Iha .Blythevllle Junior Auxiliary to participate on the "Hurnko Calling" television show at a p.m. tin WMCT. A mystery show, the program presents $75 weekly to a charity organization. STOMACH GAS Taxes the HEART An accumulation of gas In th stomnch forms pressure, crowds the heart and results in bloating, "gassy" catches, palpitation and shortness of breath. This condition may frequently be mistaken for heart trouble. CERTA-VIN Is helping such gas "victims" all over Blythevllle. This new medicine is takon before meals fa It works with your food—helps you riipest food faster and better Gas p.iins go! Bloat vnnlsriesi Contains Herbs and Vitafcin B-l with Iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stvoncer. Weak, miserable people soon feel different a'.l over. Sn don't en on suflerinp. Get CER- TA-VIN—Ktrby Bros. Drug Co. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1953 i RUTH MILLETT Ancient Art of 'Swapping' Teaches Lesson in Values By RUTH MILLETT. NKA Staff Writer It realiy happened; Two 10-year- old boys marie a "swap" of prized possessions. Both were satisfied vlth the trade, though to an adult's eyes one boy got by far the best of he bargain. By adult standards, the mother of the boy who made the poor rade thought the mothers should make the boys trade back. She didn't think that a trade which to her seemed unequal should be allowed stand. How foolish parents are when :hey won't let their children make their own choices In even such small matters. In this case, both boys were satisfied. And if the boy who got the small end of the bargain, according to adult values, was happier with his traded possession than with his original one, who can say he made a poor bargain? Even it he was sorry ten minutes after the trade, there was a lesson to be learned If the grown- ups had let the trade stand. Lesson In Values Is Sacrificed Next time he would have weighed the values more carefully before .letting go of one thing to get «n- othcr. He would have learned the Important lesson that if you give up one thing to get, another you had better be sure you want the second thing most, and that you'll continue to want It most. It Li easier for » child to learn to take the consequences for his own decisions when he lc young, than for him to have to learn that hard fact after he is grown and the decisions are really Important ones. f And it is a mistake for parents to deny their children the rizht to profit from their own mistakes. That is Just one phase of "overprotection." And "over-protection" is something all loving parents have to guard against. Gloves Aid Beauty by Concealing Too-Thin or Too-Plump Wristlines Bj- AMCIA HART NEA Bc.iuty Editor Those women who think'of gloves only as hand-coverings designed for warmth or propriety are miss- in!! ""t, on an excellent hcauty Hid. If your »Tist Ls loo thin, too plump or excessively bony, there's a glove which can help you conceal this imperfection. Women with too-stcndor anns I have been In luck for the put couple of years, what Trtth fish- Dion's current nod of approval on lengthy gloves for daytime we*r. F.ven when the fad Is no longer heipht of style, however, the un- ciarweight woman should remember the flattery of gloves softly j crushed to hide angularities. . 1 A fitted glove that ends well above the wrist Is a good bet for Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Forshee and family have returned to their home in Kalamazoo, Mich., after two we«k» visit here with Jriendr and relatives. Terry Lyn | s the name which has been- chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ollliland. Jr., for their first child, a son, born Jan. 3 at Blytheville Hospital, Mrs. Oilliland is the former Miss oleta Larfclns. Mr. ind Mrs. Aubrey Anderson of Hazel Park, Mich., announce the birth of a daughter Jan. 3 in a Detroit hospital, she has been named Linda Sue. Mr. Anderson Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Anderson of Osceola and Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saunrters and Mrs. w. S. Houer and daughter, Patricia, left Saturday for their home In Flint. Mich., after visiting here as guests of Mrs Joe Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Among the 208 students at Mississippi state College, Starkville, to complete requirements lor degrees by Jan. 28 are Clifton R. Bradford of Steele, a student in the Education School; Paul D. Poster, Jr.. and David L. Johnson, both of Blythe- vllle and students In the School of Agriculture. Lt. L. c. Posey, Jr., who is stationed at Sumner, S. C., with the Air Force, la visiting with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Posey. Mr*. Minnie Renfro of Warden is spending several days here with her sister, Mrs. J. c. Harnish Mrs. B. s. Shelton, Mrs. M. L. Hawkins »nd Miss Maureen Hawkins spent the weekend in Memphis a» guests oJ Mr, and Mrs. Carl Bryant. Mrs. W. L.. Smith, Mrs, Irwin Mitchell, Mrs. N. c. Patterson, Aul- dron Smith of Armorel and Mr. and Mrs. J, c. Dobbs of Dell were in Lllbourn yesterday to attend the funeral service of Mrs. A. D. Morrison. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Harry Kurtz left Saturday tor their home at Fort Knox, Ky.. after coming especially for the funeral services of Mrs. Kurtz' uncle, J. C. Harnish. Mrs. Kurtz's mother, Mrs. Myrtle Marks of Muncy, Ind,, who had been spending several weeks here and with relatives in Missouri returned home with her daughter. plump arms. A long sweep of smooth fabric leads the eye from fingertips to mid-arm, with no surreptitious glances pausing upon the bracelets of flesh that mar the bare arms of a weighty woman. If your arms are nicely rounded, with knotty wristbones your only Coming Events Monday Weeleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of 8t. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 pjn. meeting at Hotel Noble. Tuesday Eastern Star has 8 p.m. meeting .t Masonic Hall. East side Garden Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Lake Street Meth- crlist church. Mrs. Elsie Fulgham, hostess and Mrs. J. w. Woolums, program chairman. x Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at the c. Q. Redman home, 1213 Country Club Drive, wilh Mrs. Frances Gammill hostess. Mrs. Neal Gesell hostess to La Petite. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum hostess for 7:30 p.m. meeting of Jaycwttes. Mrs. Gene Teaford hostess to Tri-Town Club. Country club Duplicate Bridge League plays at the club at 7:15. Charlevoix Chapter of DAR has PJn. luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble. Orientation courses for blood donor program at Hotel Noble. Room 101 from 1 till 3 p.m. High School Parent-Teachers Association has 3 p.m. general meeting at (he school preceded by 2:30 p.m. Executive Board meeting. Wednesday Mrs. Sam Haynes entertaining High Two Club. Mrs. Marvin Niinn hostess to Town and Country Club. CIB Bridge Club meets at the Dixie Pig W jth Mrs. Richard T. Mills, hostess. Thursday Elliott Fletcher Chapter of UDC has 12:30 p.m. luncheon meeting »t Hotel Noble. Junior High School PTA has 3 p.m. meeting at school preceded by 2:30 p.m. Executive Board meeting. Mary Martha Class oJ First Baptist Church has potluck supper meeting at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Adolph Heinicke. Mrs. Ney Hunt and Mrs. Roy Wert. co-hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays at worry, a fairly short glove will show of/ the symmetry of your forearms to good advantage, provided you make certain your choice is long enough to hide the offending lumpy bone. IT'S THAT GKf IN THt .MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT! — thatmakec you glad you have St. Joseph Aspirin Yor Children handy for emergencies. Doctors approve it. Children like it» orange flavor. You'll like its accuracy. No need to break tablets, each is- V« adult dose. 50 tablet bottle 29c. Buy St Joseph Aspirin For Children nowl mLJ ear If you don't find vis at home next Sunday, we'll be having dinner at the RAZORACK. VJill (Jenkins & ^J amity The Sensational Bill and his accordion Singing the Songs You Like ... Featured Nightly at the Razorback from 9 p.m.-l a. The Razorback The volunteer firemen are carrying out your chest of drawers. If it's damaged liy fire or ivater, , do you have enough insurance to replace it? Prices are high now and it costs a lot more to REPLACE home furnishings (and homes) than il did to BUY them. Do you have ENOUGH insurance? If your insurance is several years old, better take out the policy and look it over. Then come in and talk it over with us—there's never any obligation. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT — G. H. ROBSON, Mgr. THE FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Tiie Oldcsf Bank in Mississippi County "Time Tried—Panic Tesfed" F.n.I.c.—$10,000 tach Deposit Member Federal Reserve System Hotel Noble »t 1:30 pm. Miss Jettye Huffman hostess to QEO Club. Thursday Rook club plays with Irs. J. o. Huey. Mrs. Joe Neeley entertaining TLB ilub. Friday Mr«. Doyle Henderson hostess to Friday Contract club. La Finesse meets with Mrs. J. Vhltney Morgan. Saturday ZeU Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma has 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner t home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman, •ith Mrs. George Wlggs, co-hostess. Duplicate Bridge League plays at :otel Noble at 1:30 p.m. THIS IS A FIRE! COLD SUFFERERS »66 will work for you! Thoui«cd« depend upon tni» t»t«i formula for f««t wlief from cold mis- *nec. Don't Buffer any ion(*r—uk your druggist. * for fomoiu 666 today 1 listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements Box Office Phone 2752 Office Phone 6998 Boi Office Opens it 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. lontinuous Showing Everyday Last Times Today M-G-M present i the hilarious comedy Paramount News & Selected Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starrs 7:00 p.m. Last Times Tonit* THE 116 CARNIVAL wt*t MM STIRUNG P-eA*«d r^OrOlb* BILIY WILDER a l^th/rt. —PLUS— 'Crazy House' Olson & Johnson Also Metro News Cont. 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