The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 21, 1952
Page 2
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BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MOWBAT, JANUARY Zl, II Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Ministers Honored in Luxora Home As 100 Guests Attend Spring Tea Receiving the guests with the two ministers were Miss Florence Rush and Mrs. L. R. Brownlee. Party tidbits were served from the refreshment table which was a study In apple green and gold. A golden filet cloth overlaid rippling green satin to cover the large tnble which was centered with golden chrysanthemums arranged In' a silver bowl nnd illuminuted by the plow of green tapers placed in branched candelabra, Mrs. E. R Dogan find Mrs. Russell Bo wen presided at the tea table, Mrs. Bognn was presented a white orchid to wear with her semi-formal gown . of cherry red VM* *., w ..*.v = - lace and pinned at'the shoulder of rhineslone trim. A spring frock of [Mrs. Bowen's afternoon dress of LUXORA— On« of the laigest af fairs ushering in the spring social jeason lor Luxora society was tlie tea given yesterday afternoon from 4 till 6 p. m, at the home of Mrs. 6, B. Retell and Mrs. John Ford. One hundred guests colled to greet the Rev. H. L. Roblson, pastor of the Methodist Church, and a visiting evangelist, the Rev. Dan Anders of Rlnggold, Ln. The nf- falr «as Jointly sponsored by the Womens Missionary Society and the Wesleyan Service Guild of the church. Mrs. Rozell received the guests . dressed in a semi-formal gown of black moonglow satin featuring a navy blue chosen by touched in white was Mrs. Ford. Bolh wore c . . shoulder designs of golden chrysanthemums. gold and white taffeta fntlle were golden chrysanthemums, Mrs. Elizabeth Silliman and Mrs. A." B. Rozell assisted in the dining room. Lt. V. R. Workman [Luncheon-Bridge To Claim Bride The engagement of Miss Virginia Ann Reddish, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George F. Reddish of SI. Louis, to Lt, V. Randall Workman, Fon of Mr. and Mrs. George V. Workman of Holland was announced Saturday at an Informal parly at the Reddish home. 3 Clayton Terrace. The marriage Is planned for Feb. 16 In Ladue Chapel. AJI alumna of Webster Groves High School, Miss Reddish graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia, In June. She Im- merly attended Washington University where she became a member of PI Beta Phi sorority. Also a graduate of the University of Missouri, where he obtained a degree in Music Education, Lt. Workman was commissioned in the Air Force in June, ID50 and Is now stationed at Scott Air Force Base, III. He will bo transferred soon to Parks Air Force Base, Calif., where the couple will re- Bide. 'Marriage Licenses The following couples Saturday obtained marriage licenses at the office of the county clerk, Mrs, Elizabeth Blythe Parker: W, C. Ashmore and Miss \VI3ma Price, both of Blythevtllc. - Carl G, Hicks and Miss Helen Bernard, both of St. Louis, Given in Home Six tables of luncheon-bridge rests were entertained by Mrs, H, . Bush nt her Country Club Drive ome Saturday afternoon. The hostess hnd selected pink ladioll for the floral decoration nd bowls of the chosen blooms ere set about the rooms In which ic guests were received and en- ertMned. In the afternoon, bridge game, nzes were awarded winners Mrs. ob Lotran, Mrs, John McHaney, frs. V. G, Holland, Mrs, Marcus vrard, Mrs. Adolph Helnlcke and Irs, L. a.'Nnrii. Honors Shared At Home Party Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson enter Ktned 20 guests at her home Frl- ny night when she was hostess or n birtliclny party honoring her on Edward G. Robinson, who is 11, nd also Jonnn Medlock, who was elebnUing her 12th birthday. Novelty hnts were presented the nests and pnrty gnmes plnyed. •ho birthday take which centered ie streamer decorated table was ut and served with party roods nd Iced drinks. Assisting the hosctss during the venlng were Joann Medlock and Frances Stovall. It's Always A Favorite By Sue Burnett Casual shirtwaist trocks are a Tays In style are forever the (; vorite with well dressed womc everywhere. This one has yoke ar. sleeves in one, patch pockets tha are optional. Pattern No. 8780 is a sew-r perforated pattern in sizes H. 18. 20; 40, «, 44, 46. Size 16. yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, fend 30c COINS, your name, address, si-,. desired, and the PATERN* NUMBER, to Sue Burnett. Courier News 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION lor women -who sew will be ready (or you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. Mr. and Mrs. Horton spent the weekend In Jonesboro as guests of Mr. and Mrs. I,. S. Van Natta, former Blythevjlle residents. H, C. Bush Ix In Atlantic City where he is attending the National Cnnncrs Convention. Mrs. Bush will leave today lor New York where she will Join him for several days. They will return to Blylheville In a week. Mr. and Mrs. Bam. Landrum spent (he weekend in Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mills and son, Benny. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott had as their weekend guest.s Mr. and Mrs. Howard Napier of Sikeston and J. \V. Camp of Union City. Tcnn. Harold Bruce Wood, Jr., is the name which has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Wcort lor their firsl child, a son born Friday at Walls. Hospital. Mrs. Wood Us the former Miss Vema Wheat. Mr. and Mrs, W. F. Bolln nnd -son, Michael, ol Helena were the weekend guests of Mrs. Bolln's mother, Mrs, O. A. Corlcw. Jim Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry of Blylheville, has been elected vice president of Sig- Chl fraternity chapter at the University of Arkansas for the .spring semester. D. G. Oracy is reported in an Improved condition at his home In the Flat Luke Community a'trr h-- 1 -•i -'ncken suddenly Thursday morning. Mr. a.itl Mrs. Richard T. Mills announce the birth of their first child a son, this morning at Walls Hospital. He has been named John Thomas. Mrs. Mills is the former Miss Dorothy Royse ol Berryvlllc Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Rolcson have as their houseguests, Mrs. Roleson's aunt, Mrs. C. E. Enrney of Memphis, nnd uncle, E. A. Morris of Los Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves and Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dodd will re- Blouses That Are Wrinkle-Resistant Lead -1st, For Skirts, Suit Fashions of 1952 itv <;AII K IHJGAS NKA Woman's Editor NEW YORK (NBA)—The fashion- right blouse that's light, soft to the touch, wrinkle-resistant, that laun- (trrs well and needs no iruning. absorbs mni.sture easily and holds its pleats under all conditions Is that blouse that fills the bill for the paycheck girl. In all orlon or part-orlon acrylic fiber fabric, this is the blouse for the full-time, working wardrube. It can be laundered at night, nlong with lingerie, and turn up next moi lUng ready for another day without benefit of ironing. The new orlon and part-orlon blouses are done In basket weaves, in shantungs, In crepes, in taffetas. The fabric is light weight but shape retention is inherent in the fibers. Blouse colors (white) magnolia, mauve, charcoal, mint greenj are C«IJ-Wmt»r •r«vo/7 in Saigon SAIGON, Indochina TAP)—Maybe It's just bccnuse this Is a trop- cnl, hot country, but It's a difficult thin? to find hot water anywhere. Everybody goes in for cold showers android shaves. Even the lavatories and shower apparatus In hotels are usually equipped with only one fnucet or nozzle for supplying water of one kind—cold, The leading and newest hotel in Saigon, which boasts of its ultra- modernity, supplies hot and cold water only In rooms which front upon the main thoroughfares. These rooms, or suites, with hot water are called "de luxe". one tense, are In tin chip*. Martin A. Jan Is of Toledo, president of tht N»ttonal Potato Chip Institute, report* potato chip production In 1K1 retched »n *U- lime high of 336,336.780 pound* Thai averaged, as he figured it, 22* pounds ol chip* p«r person In in* U. 8. Americans 'in the Chips' CHICAGO <Jf> — Americans, In MORE PEOPLE BUY St.Joseph ASPIRIN THAN ANY OTHER ASP/AIM IN THE WORLD FOR IOC planned to provide an accent foi basic suits. Long-sleeved blouse (left) is In basket-weave and is all orlon. A yoke front Is tucked to create a | pleated look. Tailored, notched col- \ lar and front closing with pearl but- ', tons are classic. Tailored shantung blouse (right! with short sleeves is !n orlon-aud- nylon. Zig-zag front closing, edge of sleeves and colla'r are corded. Coming Events Monday St. Stephen's Womens Auxiliary has 8 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Dilmus Hearnsberger. 1708 Heflrn, Mrs. 'Charles Adams hostess to BWC of Trinity Baptist Church, at her home, 2200 West Rose at 7 p. . . ,urn tomorrow from Little 25 Attend Club lotillion Dance Approximately 123 guests and icmbers of the Cotillion CUlb Blended the monthly dnnce Saturday light in the Mirror Room o! Hotel Dr. and Mrs. w. T. Rainwater, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Bob ^ee Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. legenold were hosts and hostesses fr the occasion. Jonquils and dutch Iris were com blued to form Hie spring floral cen terpicce set atop the table from which a mid-night supper was sen', eel following dancing. Several out-of-town residents were also included in the guest list. Rock .!hurch Plans to Sponsor Spaghetti Supper Feb. 7 St. Stenhan's Episcopal Church will sponsor a f pnKhcttl supper Feb. 1 at the Junior Chamber of Commerce clubhouse. In addition to the supper, to be served from 5:30 until 8 p.m., a noon meal also will be served from 11 am. until 2 p.m. Ticket sales will be handled by all members of the church. Proceeds from the project will go to the cruirch's building improvement fund. where they are attending a soybean dealers convention. Mrs. Benny Cook and daughters arrived today from Memphis to Join Mr. Cook, who has beet) here a week, to make their home In Blythevllle. They will be nt home at 1S25 West Walnut and are former Blythevllle residents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Folger returned last night from St. Louis where they had spent the weekend as guests of Mrs. Folger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Noelker. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davis and Mrs. Pete Boney and granddaughter, Patricia Lynn, spent the weekend In Ho niton, Miss., with relatives and friends. Aubrey Conway was removed to his home on West Main Street Friday from Campbell's Clinic Memphis, where he had been undergoing treatment for several weeks. Miss Edith Rouse of Charleston Mo., Is the houseguest of har sister Mrs. H. U Harp'and Mr. Harp. At the Hospitals Blythcvllle Hospital Di.stniwcd: Shirley Lynn Hodge, Charle^loi Mrs. Bernice Hamrn, Maiden Oliver Coppcdgc, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: .. Mrs, J- F. Pelkner, and baby, Lux Mr,s. Fred Beard and baby, Citj Mrs. W. B. Hobson nnd babj . BurdeUe R. L. AdkLsson, Huffman. OSCEOLA NEWS By Betlye Nelle Starr Crying for ||J|I|| RfLlfF from HUN Quit crying start try- lucl( J FIT , tM ing C-2223 for quick IHEIHUTlHI Dain relief. C-2223 is MTHIITB^ Iodized, contains Z doctor-prescribed Ingredients, also "Black Snake Root" herb—for fast. LIMUGQ effective relief. Price I of first bottle back IE you are not satis- led. Hurry, be sure to set C-2223 now: Col. John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonists ms U a.m. meeting at Hotel Ncble. astern Star has 8 p. m, meeting I al. Masonic Temple. Trl-Town Club meets with Mrs. Dale Brlggs. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at club at 7:15. First Baptist WMU hn.s Day of Prayer with 12 p. m. luncheon, 1 p. m. prayer service. Mrs, Msx B. Reid entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 1:30 p.m. meeting it Country Club. Mrs. Roland Bishop hostess. Wednesday ; Chapter "D", of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at Charles S. Lemons home, with Mrs. T. J. Mahan, Mrs. Lucille Wntson hostess to High Two Club. Dellonlan Chapter of Delphian Society has 11 B. m. meeting- luncheon nt Hotel Noble. Mrs. H. C. Hose hostess to Town and Country Club. Club Eight meets with Mn. R C. Allen. Thursday Mrs. Eugene Brown hostess to Thursday nook Club. Mrs. James Rogers hostess to GEO Club. Octette Club meets with Mrs. Marvin N\inn. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1;30 p. m. Mrs,. Jack Dlckenson hostess to TLE Club. Ijn Nuevc meets with Mrs. Clarence: Webb. Friday Friday Conl., . - ^-.ub meets with Mrs. Williams Hostess Mrs. Prnuk Williams entertained members of the Town and Country, canasta club at her country home Thursday with a luncheon. " A bowl of yellow chrysanthemums interspersed with elacia was placed in the center ol the table. Fallowing luncheon canasta was played Those winning high score - were Mrs. David Laney and Mrs. Searcy Mean;. A tray of sweets and Iced drinks were passed in the afternoon, Give Buffet Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cnya entertained with a buffet dinner at their home Tuesday night. The tab! e wna over! a id w ith a hand-made linen cloth and centered with a bowl of red and white carnations. Those from Memphis attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lorenza, Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Kyle, Mr. and 'Mrs. Miles'" Bamett. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stgman and Joe Sweeney. To Visit Florida Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate accompanied by Mrs. Ned Aj're.s, Sr., will leave Sunday for a. month's visit-in Florida. Mrs. Ay res will visit her son. Ned Ayres, Jr., and family in Belle Glade. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dunlap of Ridgley, Tenn.. will Join Mr. and Mrs. Tongate later, On Florida Trip Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Riley left Wednesday for points in Florida. They will be joined Saturday by Mrs. H. J. Hale and Mr. and "Mrs. Arthur Rogers. HALF PRICE SAIE1 Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Saturday Buffet supper nnri dancing at Country Club. Supper will be served at 7:30 p.m. and wilt be followed by dancing. Political Announcements Stlbject to Preferential Election July 22. 1052 For County Judge GENE BRADLEY Gas is OK in Balloons, But Not in Your Stomach Some people feel like a swollen , balloon after every meal. Tlicy bloat IuU of gas and rift up ncidous liquids for hours after eating. CERTA-VIN is helping such RI\S "victims" all over Blythcvilte. This new medicine helps you riipcst food faster and better. Token before meals it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vnnishl Contains herbs nnd Vitamin B-l with Iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel riifTercnt all over. So dou't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN—Kirhy Bros, Drug Co. ^ StiluUp It's so easy to relieve coughs and stuffiness of colds in a hurry this home-proved way . . . with 2 spoonfuls of Vicks VapoRub in a vaporizer or in a bowL** 1 boiling water as direct "'j?n package. JustbrX' '.hesteam! Every si» ^tth carries VapoRuft. ..jotjilng medications cfiSty intothroat and large bronchial tubes. It medicates Irritated membranes, helps restore normal breathing. For coughs or \ipper bronchial congestion there's nothing like using Vicks VapoRub in steam. For continued relief always rub It on throat. chest and back. bottle, now only S 2 bottle, now only 1 HanJy family tortm-i-Sl tin bcMti $3 limited tim« oaly . 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