The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 19, 1952
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PAGE TWO Society, Jane Shelton, Socieiy Editor f BLYTHEVILLE fAHK.J COURIER NEWS • Phdte 4461 Supper-Shower Given in Home Utalature corsages of yellow roses marked the places o( the 16 guests •who list night were Invited to the E. B. Thomas home for a supper party-linen shower feting bride- elect Miss Pat Penny. Miss Nora Simpson, Mrs. Lewis •Henderson and Mrs. B. B. Thomas were hostesses lor the. pre-nuptial affair. Miss Penny Is betrothed to Frank Matthews o( Maiden, Mo. The guests were seated at small tables and Miss Penny's place was designated with a corsage of dutch iris which she later pinned at the shoulder of her winter ensemble of black and white velvet. Clusters of carnations Indicated the place of the mother oftbe honored Mrs. Fred Penny. Spring bouquets of roses and col orful Jonquils completed the party setting and following the buffet supper, the honoree displayed the linen gifts. Mrs. Penny, of Maiden was the only out-of-town guest. Mrs. T. O. Huey Leads Scores Mrs. T. O. Huey took high score honors Thursday afternoon in the weekly rook game of the Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. W. B. Mayo was hostess at her home for the occasion. Spring blooms In an array of hues were used and In the rook gnme Mrs. Leon Scherer won second high atifl Mrs- Eugene Brown, rooko. Mrs. Mayo served a dessert course. Friday Contract Club Convenes GladfoU were placed about an entertaining room of the C, L. Mc- Watqrs, Jr., home oii Main Street yesterday for the weekly meeting of (he JJlday Contract Club for which Mrs. McWaters was hostess. Mrs. E, B. Woodson; Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mrs. Eric Whitley were guestt with the group and In the bridge game Mrs. Woodson won high score, and Mrs. G. O. Poetz, second high. Mrs. Loyd Whtltaker took bridge honors and during the nfl- ernqon Mrs. McWaters served Iced drinks and party tidbits. Shower Honors Mrs! J. L. Brown 'the 27 gnestsKllfto : v »i«ii<l«d "the party given in her honor at the O. T. Owens home on West Ash Street. Mrs. Leon Walden and Mrs. Clyde Davis were co-hoste.«es lor the . event and In the evening's party games Mrs. Grace Cates and Mrs. Marie Simpson were prize winners. After the rtonorfia had opened the assorted gifts party foods and Ice'd drinks were served from the lace laid dining table which had as Jts floral design pink carnations set In greenery and centered with the ligure of a stork. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. D. Morris and baby, City The Wonder Wrap-Around PEO Ckapters Have Founders Day Luncheon-Prog ram at Hotel Chapters "N" and "D" yesterday* marked PEO Founder's Day with ' 1 p.m. luncheon-program In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble, A surrey from which cascaded jonquils and snapdragons in canary yellow provided the /ocal point of Interest atop the "U"-shap«l tables at which the luncheon guests were seated. Miniature horse drawn surreys marked each guest's place. . Mrs. U E. Old, Chapter"N" iuentj conducted the ' pres- folloivins: luncheon, The PEO program "Founder's Day Fantasy" was directed by Mrs. Lloyd Stockmon and participating were Mrs. O. M. Smart, Mrs. Old, Mrs. w. L. Homer, Mrs. Roy I. Bngley, Mrs. Freeman Rob- ber, Jr. Decorations for the annual occasion were directed by Mrs. Bagley, Mrs. Smart and Mrs. Chester Cald- wcll. Club, 2 Guests Meet in Home Mrs. Frank Perkins last night lonored members of the Stitch and Chatter Club and two guests when she was hostess for an evening of games and informal entertainment, Mrs. Howard Richard Swain Bevill and Mrs. ivere the club's guests and In the games, Mrs Harold Eubanks. Mrs. Leon Davis and Mrs. Ray Johnson were prize winners. The hostess served course. dessert Social in Home Honors Class Mrs. Leon Robertson last night was hostess nt her Northwest Parkway Drive home for a social honor- ng 21 members and guests of the Junior Sunday School Class of Oal- •ary Baptist Church. Carolyn Holmes, Sally Baker and Mna Earl Jones were prize winners n the parly games. Mrs. Robertson was later assisted by Miss Janet Sue Boyd and Miss Sue McOee in erving party foods (o the class and juests, • Betty Jean Donna Sue King. McGee and Mrs. John Ferguson was a guest 'esierday with La Finnesse Club for " afternoon of playing bridge at he home of Mrs. Richard Fricke. In the bridge gnme Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., won high score and Mrs. Mason Day, Jr,, second high. Mrs. George Cain of Lake Vlllnoe hoii.w B ucst of her daughter, Mrs' Fricke was a tea guest. The hostess served a dessert nnrcn ~ 9 Attend Ladies Bible •lass Meeting at Church Nineteen members of the Uidles Bible class of the First Methodist Church yesterday afternoon met at he church for a biisiness-soclsl ession directed by Mrs. Bess stan- on, vice president. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mrs. I, M Burnett and Mrs. M. o. Goodwin were hostesses for the session which pened with n devotional on the life t the Apostle Andrew given by irs. J. G. Sudbury. Prayer by Mrs. Stanton preceded he business session which she con- Hicled. The class agreed to begin a icinorfnl fund in memory of their inner class teacher, the late Mrs. ohn Foster. The class benediction adjourned the session in the social hour following, several piano selections were given by Mrs. Henderson Hall. The hostesses served coffee and cake. Sgt. Bobby K. Slvens arrived yej- terdap in San Francisco alter serving 11 months In Korea. Sgt. Blvcns will arrive In Memphis Jan. 25 to visit with Mrs, Bivens and while In this section they also ivllj visit Blytheville relatives and friends. Miss EuU smith, who is attending Arkansas Stfte College, is the mid-term guest of her mother. Mrs. George Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Jess* Taylor and so'n, Jrsse Taylor, Jr., Mrs. E. E. Hardln and Marcia Taylor are in Memphis today. Mrs. Guy Walker of Mayfleld, Ky., U visiting here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. K, Young and other children. Mrs. Denton M. Ncal and family arrived yesterday from their home is Jackson, Tenn., to Join Mr. Ncal. \vho is spending this week here conducting n scries of meetings at the Church of Christ, and also to be the weekend guest of Mrs. Prank T. Byrd «nd family. Mr. and Mrs. Dilmus Hearnsberger have as their weekend guests Mr. anil Mrs. Gerald Hearnsberger of Fordyce. Mel T. Hny is spending this weekend at Texas Tech College Lubbock, Tex. Janet Vivian Is the name which has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley for their fourth child, a daughter born this morn- Ing at Walls Hcspital. The other children are Lawrence, Barbara and Kathy. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Fricke have as their houseguest Mrs. Fricke's mother, Mrs. George Cain of Lake Village. \ Mrs. Jim Crafton has returned home from Texarkana where she had been with her mother. Mrs. Keron Gill, who hntl been a pa- llent at St. Michael's Hospital for six weeks. Mrs. Gill accompanied her daughter home for a visit nnd her condition 1 5 reported as Improved. Mrs. C. Watson Addresses Wilson PTA at School WILSON—Mrs. O. W. Watson of Osceola, one of the vice-presidents of the state P/irent Tencher Association, nnd past president of the County and District PTA, was guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Wilson Parent Teacher Assccia- tion, Thursday afternoon. The meeting was.held in the school auditorium. '''.^1 "As the Twig-Is Bent," a Cnrlton E. Morse recording, a story o£ family relationship, was presented by Mrs. Watson, emphasizing the program theme "Our ' School—Enriching Our School and Home." Mrs. A. L. Greenwell was program leader. Others on the program were Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe, giving the devotional and Mrs. A. E. ClnrVc rending the president's messne. Reports were given by various committee chairmen. Mrs. J, B. Lovett, study course chairman, announced that plans had been completed for an all-day study course meeting to be held Jan. 31 at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Charles Leftwlch, president, presided during the business session. Volunteers Training Union Class, Guests Have Supper The Volunteers Training Unio Class jf Calvary Baptist Chnrc' and three guests Thursday nigh! met at .he church for a supper session. Prayer by Bob Coleman opened the class session following supper and during the evening Mr. Cole- irinn also presented R devotional. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1«B Two-Piece Ensembles Are Varied By GAH.E DUOAS NBA Woman's Kdllor NEW YORK (NBA)—The separate skirt has a strong hold on fashion. In current resort collections, surface decoration is stressed and the variety In these decorations is great. The three-dimensional applique braid embroidery and raised ruch- ings all are used as accents for circle skirts. And. because these full skirts look best when they're teamed with tops designed for them, coordinated tops and stoics nre also offered. Separates, as shown in the current collections of designer Jull Lynne Chariot of California have a one-piece l«ok. This smooth effect Is achieved through careful fitting of tops and through use of wide cummerbunds. HiWscur. bloom (left) down the front of a circle skirt in blnck poplin. The blossoms are In colored felt | ami arc layered to achieve a three- dimen-cnal effect. The felt is repeated In a narrow strip at the hemline. • A cummerbund cinches In the waist. The halter top is neatly filled Bild deeply slashed 'There's a stole to cover bare shoulders when need arises and it too, blooms with colored hibiscus. Pink poplin (right) Is cut into a circle skirt that has two big bouquets of the three-dimensional felt violets appliqued at hip nnd hem- iine. Both skirl, and matching stole are bordered in the felt. Camisole top has a stand-out petal cuff. Worthwhile Goal for Married Women: Make Your Husband Your Best Friend Ruth MllleU "A wife's best friend is her husband," said Andre Maurois in a tecent magazine article. Certainly that is a goal for any wife to strive toward—to make her husband her best friend. Per haps the way to go about it is to assume from the beginning of ninrriage that he Is her best friend. And it he is, she needn't deceive him in small things. The wife who keeps things from her husband certainly must not regard him ns her best friend. If she regards her husband as her friend she will put herself on his side Instead of working against him. What he wants from life she will try to help him achieve. And she will expect him to do the same for her. He Deserves Trust and Loyally If he Is her friend she will not discuss his faults and shortcomings with others. If he is ner trlenrt she will trust him and give him no cause to distrust her. If he is her friend she won't innke (he mistake of acting as though men and women nre natural enemies, and that she must outwit him to get the things she wants. "A wife's best friend is her husband" Is a fact a great ninny women don't seem to understand. . rf you doubt that, listen carefully the next time the women in your club are discussing their husbands. A lot of the talk* \vorft sound as though the women' nre talking nbout friends. You couldn't talk about friends (he way some women talk about their husbands, and hope to keep them for friends. American Cars Exhibited BRUSSELS. (/P) — More than 80 makes of cars will occupy 184 displays at the Brussels Automobile <Show opening* here In January. Twenty-six British. 20 American, 14 German and 12 French makes of cars will be on display. Motorscoot- er and cycle displays will rise from 96 last year to 120. Automobile accessories will require 218 displays. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlclia- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Lavelle Choat. by her mother and next friend, Gladyj Jones, Pit. vs. No. 11,938 Curtis Joe Choat, Dft. The defendant, Curtis Joe Choat, is" hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof nnd answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Lavelle Choat. Dated this 22 day of December, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Syfces, p. O. C. F Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad lltem. 12-29 1|5-12-19 Political Announcements Subject to Preferential July 22, 1952 Election Fnr County Judge GENE BRADLEY By Sue Burnett A Joy to wear because vou can : dress so quickly, so wonderful to j care for since it opens out to j launder—that's (he clever wrap- ' around frock that Insures neatness snd perfection at every appearance Pattern No. 8558 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 12 H 16, 18, 20; 40. 42, 44, 40. Size H 4',4 yards of 39-Inch. ' ( For this pattern, sent! 30c in COINS, your name, address size' desired, and the PA1TBRN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. The neMv Sprmg and Summer Basic FASHION for women who new will be ready for you shortly, send 2i ctnU now for your copy. • / riciui a If you don't find us at home next Sunday, we'll be having dinner at the RAZORBACK. Kjitl (jenli eninA famil COMING SOON TO THE I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DKEAIUS, Technicolor, with Doris Day, Frank Lovejoy, Danny Thomas TEXAS CAKXIVAL, Technicolor, with Esther Williams and Red Skelton DESERT FOX with James Mason, Jessica Tandy MY FAVORITE SPY with Bob Hope and Hedy Lamarr DISTANT DRUMS, Technicolor, with Gary Cooper, Mari Alson. HONG KONG, Technicolor, with RonaM Reagon and Rhonda Fleming. TO YOUR CLOTHES YOUR CLOTHES LAST LONGER . . . KEEP THAT "SHOWCASE" LOOK Scud us your finest fabrics, your costliest linens with worry.. .we will return them to you gently but thoroughly laundered.. .and pressed perfectly by our skilled operators. ' BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 Coming Events Monday St. Stephen's Womens Auxiliary has 8 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Dilmus Hearnsberger, 1708 Hearn. CWP of First Christian Church has Executive Board session at 12:30 p. m. followed by 1 p. m. luncheon and business session. Mr«. Charles Adams hostess to BWC of Trinity Baptist Church at her home, 2200 West Rose at 7 p. m Miss Maxine Hill hostess to First Baptist VWA. First Metnoaist. circles meet — Circle One. Mrs. H. N. Whitis with Mrs. Charles Wylle co-hostess; Clr- cle 'i^-o, Mrs. John Arends; Circle Three, Mrs. j. A. Bryant; Circle Four. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham; Circle Five. Mrs. H. G. Partlow and Circle Six. Mrs, B. A. Lynch with Mrs. L. E. Old. Jr.. co-hostess. Tuesday Col. John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonists has n a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Eastern Star has 8 p. m. meeting at Masonic Temple. Tri-Town Club meets with Mrs Dale Briggs. " Country <Jlub Duplicate Bridge League plays at club at 7:15. First Baptist WMU.has Day of Praypj v.lth 12 p. m. Itncheon/l p m, prayer service. Mrs. Max B. Reid entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Wednesday Mrs. Lucille Watson High Two Club. DcJtonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 11 a. m. meeting- hostess 10 Mrs. Moore Leads Program For Promised Land WSCS Mrs. Tom Moore directed the program, "f»Hh," Thursday' nig'tt «t the meetlnj of the Promlwd Land MethodUt Womeni Society of Christian Service for which Uri. Maxine Moore was hostesi »t her home. Mrs. Chesfcr Button, Mr«. Burl Mahwi and Mr«. Bill Kimbr*! w«r« guest, with the 11 membm tod M". J. M. V«*My and Mrt. Otto Jarrett were program p»rtlcip»nU. Mrs. Felix led th« group In » prayer preceding th« businew «•- sion directed by Mr« M«rcui Gaines, WSCS pre.ident. Plins were discussed for organis- ing-n Golden Age Circle for shut-in* ,i!* commu n'ty after which th» rds Prayer was reputed to •d Journ the session. . Mrs. Moore serve lc«d drink* and » dessert course. luncheon it Hotel Noble . JU"~ Rp a Rose ho«t«H to Town ana Country Club. bo Thundaj Mrs. Eugene Brown hostew Thursday Rook club * lth w 5 u i pl » a iT Bridge Lea * ue P'"*" « Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m l™", J » ck Dickenjon hostew to l-iC< (JlLlO --< Friday Friday Contract club meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Missionary Program iven for Baptist Group The monthly missionary program of the Armcrel Young Women's Association was given Thursday night at the church, with seven members attending. Prayer by Jean Par.-ish preceded the program. "A Key to the Scrip- :ures," in which Maxine Parrish, Joy Parrish, Jean Parrish, Luella Alsup. : Eva Alsup, Joyce Bowling and Mrs. : Adrian Russell participated. In a business session following the program, Jean Parrish was named secretary and Maxine Pjirrish program chairman of the grcup. Magicians Act 'Real' SINGAPORE (API—Sorcnr, the Indian magician, invited 20 persons to Ihe stage to see his most prized net. From a close range, they all swore that Sorcar cut off the tongue of a hypnotized' assistant -mi rcpbCwflt minutes Inter without arry'appvent ill effect on (he subject '•*£* The act wns so convincing that three of the witnesses, all women fainted. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Salijrday In. Osceola... CALL Harold Siler at Siler's Drug Store for everyday delivery of the Blytheville Courier News $1.08 Per Month Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily „ nf ° Ur pr °K ram announcements Hoi nfff n Ph ° ne 2752 ~ Offic * Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m Continuous Showing Everyday > HPHUt ntt Serial: "Pirates Harbor" Also Cartoon Conl. Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday—2 Hits Also .Metro News Cont. Sun. 2-11 SATURDAY! DOUBLE FEATURE —Plu»— "JUNGLE MANHUNT" Johnny Weismuller Serial: "Captain Video" Also Cartoon Cont. Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday BEYOND CASABLANCA... in Damascus Destiny, in a low-cut Sown, lies in wait! FrtKn UIUK KIKI MH.nw tern kv I* k IU Emu ri MIBMM ^ b •* T»iS-', S ** "•*•« MB nkw - - nut lib .M i, am town , Paramount News & Selected Shorts

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