The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 26, 1952
Page 2
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FAGB TWO BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.l COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY W, IS Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Contract Club Meets in Home All members of the Fridny Contract Club yesterday attended the weekly meeting for which Mrs. Doyle Henderson was hostess at her Asli Street home. Early spring blooms atid African violets decorated the rooms in which the afternoon was spent. In (he bridge game, Mrs. G. O. PoeU won high score and Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr.. second lilgh. During the afternoon Mr*. Henderson served p.irty foods and Ired drinks. Mrs. J. C. Guard Addresses Club Mrs. James C. Guard was speaker yesterday at the monthly meeting of the Woman's Club at the club on West Main. Mrs. Guard discussed the recent television show on which she appeared as a representative of the Blytheviilc Junior Auxiliary. The session \vas under the direction of Mrs. Willinm Wyntt. club vice president and was opened, with reports of officers and committee chairmen. Mr.s. Arthur S. Harrison, program chairman, introduced the guest speaker of the afternoon, Mr*. Guard. Hostesses for the afternoon session were Mrs. Dale Horn, Mrs, Victor Stiiwell, Mrs. W. A, StEckmon, Mrs. J. D. Smith, Mrs. Russell Rials, Mrs. C. G. Redman, Mrs. Sydney Pltvtt, Mrs. J. L. Nabers. Mrs. R.'O. Wade, Jr., Mrs. M. S. Yates, Mrs. J. A. Saliba and Mis. L. S. Van Natta. At the. Hospitals HoeplU) DlsmU&ed: R. C. Coleman, City Walli Hospital M*i. Clarence Johnson and baby, City Mr«. Gerald Blomeyer and baby, City John T. Fleltx, City Mr«. Robert Petroylch and baby, City. A. J. Rhoades, City Bits of News t l Mrs. R. B. Rlggi Riggs-Handley. Vows Are Said Miss Annie Hundley, daughter of Mr, suxl Mrs. Roy Hundley of Blythevllle became the bride 'of R. B. RlxBs of St. Louis In a Dec. 29 ceremony performed In Luxora. Miss Dorothy Riggs and Woodrow RISKS, sister and brother of the groom, both of St. Louis were the couple's attendants. At the time of her marriage the bride attended Blythevllle High School. The couple will he at home In St. I.ouls where the groom Is employed. 26 Guests Attend Layette Shower Twenty-six guests Inst night giithered Ht the Pnul Burks home on Ash Street to present layette gifts to Mrs. James Morgan. Mrs. Kntte Cnlmven wns co-hostess for the event, and B.I each guest arrived ahe wns presented a novelty bonnet corsnge. For the occasion the rooms In whics the guests weae seated were marked with bouquets of Jonquils. Pnrty gnmcs were under the direction of Mrs. Robert I. Thompson allrt prizes «'etit to Mrs. Odle Pnrk- er, Mrs. Robert Banders find Mrs. Pulton Ellis. After the honoree hnd displayed the gifts the hostesses served > «nndwlch plate. Bonnie Nell McCormick Tops List Of High School 6 Weeks Honor Roll Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Stewart and daughter, Mls» Polly Stewart, are spending the weekend In Memphis. C. A. Tant Is reported as slightly' improved at Memphis Baptist FJos- pltal, where he Is a patient. Mrs. C. J. Flect'A'ood and son, Allison, 01 Memphis arrived yesterday to visit their father and grandfather. J. p. Allison, at his home on walnut Street. Condition of Mr. Allison, who was stricken ill Thursday Is reported as slightly Improved. Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Shelton, Miss Jane Shelton and Mrs. Nelson D. Edens are spending the weekend In "iiithrle, Ky., as guests of Mr. and Irs. E. H. Morgan and daughter, Deborah, Margaret Ann Haywuud and lune Dlslnger of Jcnesboro are veckend guests of Ann and Kay Hlndmsn. Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Dedman have is their guest for several days their son, O'Neal neriman. who Is a student at Arkansas Tech, nussellvllle. Mayor and Mrs. Dan niodgett lave as their mid-term holiday iiiest their son. Boh lilodgett. who s a student at Hcndrix College, Jon way. Murray Smart will arrive Monday light from Tulane, New Orleans, :o spend the mid-term holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C M. Smart. Miss Aureta Ashford. who Is a student at Arkansas Tech, Russellville Is visiting her sister, Miss Mar- .ha Ashford. MI.M Ashford Is » high school faculty member. Mrs. Jennie Walker was removed :o the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. O. Redman, on Country Club Drive yesterday from Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Walker's daughter, Mrs. Guy H. Pnync of Pleasnnton, Cnllf., arrived this morning to visit with her. Delano McMlllln, who Is a fresh- nan at the University of Indiana, BloomliiBlon Is spending the mld- lerm holidays here with his parents. Condition of John Mil, who Is a patient at Walls Hospital Is reported ns slightly mtprovetl. Miss Sara Harrison, who Is a student, at Arkansas Tech, Russcllvllle Is the mid-term holiday guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harrison. R. C. Coleman was removed to his home on Davis street this morning from Dlythcvllle Hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. Robert a. Petrovich announce the hlrlh of their first child, n son, Tuesday nt Walls Hospital. He has been named James Robert. Named From Notes Dixie, a synonym for the South, s a corruption of the French "dlx," or "ten," printed 0:1 the Louisiana Bank's notes before the Civil War. Blytheville High School's honor roll for the third six weeks of the lirst semester includes the names of SI students whose scholastic average* range from 92 through 100, W. D. Tommey, principal, has announced. Top student on the list Is Bonnie Nell McCormick who Is followed by Bemlce Flowers in second place, anrt Laura H/-nby and Jimmy Weldman In third. Other honor roll students, listed in the order of their averages, are as follows: Larry Baker, Sammy House, Hugh Hopper, Harold Daniels, Ola Bea Manley, Marilyn Dougherty. Patsy Caldwcll, Charles Ktnrtingham, Sue Jobe, La Jane Woodhouse, Louise Goff, Marjorle Dougherty. Fnima Borowsky, Hal Boyd, Melba Hill. Donna Sykes, Danny Cobb, Eugene Still, Annie Louise Handley, Janice Johnson, jean Bradley, Charles Lnngston, Shirley Wade, Albert Fairfleld. Lawrence Bradley. Luther Taylor, Mary Alice McWsttrs, Sandra Long, Allene Wimbcrly, Patsy Yarbro. Bobby Orsburn, Millie Ann Mallory, Ruth Johason, Rosemary Monoghan, Bobble June Killian. Betty Johnson. Carol Bailey, Gail Whltsitt. Jlmrnle Tilly, Mary Kay Crafton, Linda Bunch, Granville Coolcy. Sally Trlesch- mann, Ann Perry. Dolores Parker, Fred Abbott, Johnny O'Brien. Receiving honorable mention for averages between 89 and 91 are the following 55 students: Donna Sue Gore. Betsy Bel!. Rondal Johnson. Pat Hearn, Jane Wilson, Donnie Daniels. Jimmle Kitchens, Sam Lum. Max Hill, Barbara Johnson, Charles Garner, Joan Earls, Jim- mle Nelson, Terry Vail, Carol Ann Holt, Shirley Lovetady. Jo Alice McQulrc, Gailya Stlhvell, Evelyn Boiven, Dallas May, Beverly Jones, Nina Richardson, Peggy Webb Earl Hyde, Kay Smith, Mary Beth Daniels, jack Jackson, Pattl Wright, Lavcrn Owens, Joe Lyn Vowel], Gwendolyn Rhoarts, Bob Childress, Ann Hester, Sue Oldham, Patty Scott. Peggy Taylor, Patsy Calvert, Wlnntbeth Buckley, Billy Mayo, Calvin Czes- chtn, Charlene Brldgcwater, Eva Jane Cox, Dixie Siitlon, John Arthur Mitchell, Carlcne Poff, Johnny Lpggins. Mary Ann Grimes, Anne Kellick, Lynwood Herron, Lcoma Sample, Peggy Gilmcr, Ted- rty Bailey, Jan Dickcnson, Anna Mae Green, Warren McClure. Church Group to Mark Youth Week with Mr* James B. Citric. Youth Week will be observed In the thirst Church of the Na/arcno of Blythevllle beginning tomorrow evening at 7:30 p. m. and will be climaxed Sunday, Feb. 3, with an address by the Rev. Joe Glyn Cordell of Fnyettevllle. The Rev. Mr. Cordell Is president of the district Nazarene young people. Services will be conducted each evening at 1:30 p. m. by the youth groups and the Rev. Mr. Cordell 'A'lll speak Friday, Saturday «nd Sunday evenlui!*. Miss Melba Jarralt Is president of the youth group of the local church. The licv. Royal Schultz Is church minister. Style-Right For Matrons 8777 34-52 The Rev. Joe Oljn Cordell Sue Burnett Coming Events Monriur Trinity Baptist WMS has 10 a.m. Community Mission program at church. Friendship Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at home il Mrs. Barney Crook, 1816 Holly. First Baptist Church Circles meet —Circle One, Mrs. Rlley Adams Circle Two. Mrs. R. B. lilaylock iircle Three, Mrs. Lloyd Stickinon Circle Four. Mrs. W. M. Williams Circle Five, Mrs. E. P. Hariiln; circle Six, Mrs. Joe Evans and Circle Seven. Mrs, Alvln Hardy. BWC of Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. community mlssloi study at church. YWA of First Baptist Church meets with Miss Katherme Westbrook. Tuesilaj. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon hostess for 1 p.m. • dessert bridge honoring Tuesday Bridge Club. Country club Duplicate Bridge League plays at club at 1:15 p.m. Mrs. Newton Whitls hostess to TrI-Town Club. Wednesday Mrs, Paul Jobe hostess to Club Eight. Town and Country Club meets Mrj. Jerry Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Thursday Rook club meets with Mrs. Cleo Wren. GEO Club has meeting »t the home of Mrs. T. H. Caraway. Mrs. Chester Catdwell hostess to Thursday Contract. La Nueve meets with Mrs. Ben Mac Whit*. Mrs. Johnny white entertaining Kibitzer Club. Mid-week Club meets with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Octette Clu,b entertained by Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Euzcllan Class of First BaptUt Church has 7:30 p. m. meeting at home o[ Mrs. Joe Evans, 1115 W1U low. Men s Club Again Plans Annual Coon Supper The minimi- Coon Supper, under the sponsorship of the Men's Club ot the First Presbyterian Church, will be given Monday night at the church. Supper will be served members and guests at 1 p.m. Saved Searing Shoe heels are of Persian origin, and originally were attached to snndnts so wearers might keep their feet nbove the burning sands of the deserts. One of the mast attractive two- plecers you'll find—n comfortable, well cut outfit in sizes for women thnt Is as new as tomorrow and just ns welcome for your busy day- lime program. Pattern No. 8717 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 34. 36, 38, 40. 42, 44, 46, 48, 50. 52, Size 36, 5-X yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News 372 W. CJuincy Street, Chicago «, 111. , The new Spring und Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. BUILDERS SUPPLY '/2 Price Annual Wallpaper SALE Now in Progress! You Con Keep Lovely with Cold By NEA Service These are the days of the running nose and the hacking- ccugh. The condition, commonly known ELS a cold, may be caused by the changeable weather, laclc of sleep, unwise biUir.'i habits—or a combination of all thi-ee. If you are one of the unlucky suf fercrs, fake heart. In a week or two, you'll be as good as new. While you are waiting for the cold to run its course, however, don't allow yourself look like you feel. Protect your nose frrm rough rednesa by applying'a rich lubricating ere nun to • the entire area every night. During this period wear a make-up thai will soothe as well as protect your skin. Choose a lipstick with an oil base, j too. The main thing Icr you to con- jcentrate on Is lubrication. Attempt to keep every part of your skin from drying. Naturally, you won't want to risfc washing your hair, but to keep up appearances, you can always iLie a dry shampco. It rrdghb also help, when you are brhshing, to run strips of cotton between the brush bristles. Any dirt will adhere to the cotton, and make it simpler for you to keep your hfllr clean. Althcwgh you may have lest your wru« of amell. perfum* will deflrt-{your friends and Jt*ly lift your morale, and prov« to | you haven't lost your «plrtt NOTICE Now you can gel dally overnight trucking service to nil polnis north ... at the U A. Tucker Truck Lines In BlyihcvlHc, Laclcdc A Wnlnut Streets. Phone 8G11 tor prompt service. L. A. TUCKER TRUCK LINES Final Closeout Dresses Monday it's Whitsitt's 'Because You Like Smart Things' NOW OPEN the DAIRY QUEEN Daily 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Se// That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant— Promised Land coming Wednesday! the most challenging car of the year! Still & Young Motor Co. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission at All Times Oc & 30c (Tax Incl.) SATURDAY ONLY! Serial 'Pirates Harbor' Also Cartoon Ust«n to Kf.CN at J0:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office I'hone 2752 — Office !>hon« 6998 Box Office Opens al 1:45 — Show Slarls 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday FOR ADDITIONAL ENTERTAINMENT AT THE Z, ENJOY OUR NEW IMPROVED TELEVISION. SATURDAY ONLYI 2 FEATURES BtJ ». SCMS. IUIIIU ttocitn « SIM OuSXf i-, tl fvrj Sft.fmM vt fat Hawtil . p,oa-.M fry £ftEfST cutK. CUKII.I h ma i. sws. « canon «n« Serial: "Captain Video" and Cartoon 'Chevrolet Feature Show' - - - Coming Soon! Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet- Co. SUNDAY & MONDAY Newt, Cartoon & Sport Reel Watch the Ritz Ad Everyday! If your name appears in the Rifz ad, you will b« admitted Free as guests of Ihe Ritz. Watch tht Ritz ad everyday! * Ritz Guests for "Texas Carnival' Dr. Fred Child and Family James Terry and Family INCLUDE THE RITZ IN YOUR ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE! Next Week at the Ritz, You'll See Tuts. & Wet). -Inn. 20-30—DESERT FOX with James Mason and Jessica Tandy. Thuis.-Fri. Jan. 30-Fch. 1—MY FAVORITE SPY wi(h Bob Hope and Hedy I.amarr. Saturday, Feb. 2—Double Feature—LETS GO NAVY with the BOWERY BOYS'plus WHIRLWIND with Gene Autry and his horse Champion. Sun.-Mon., Feb. 3-!—THE LADY PAYS OFF with Linda Darnell and Sfcphan McN?lly. THEATER BOOKS MAKE THE PERFECT GIFT. $2.50 EACH. SUNDAY & MONDAY! 2 Hits! lAmmi |«ANDOira SCOTT oBRIEFS! f/J. „»ini«™.i.->»»»«"t •»«•*.??Trn->"- r.wawni ._«>« IA»IV«« • tro C 7~.?n If you don't find us at home next Sunday, we'll be having dinner at the RAZORBACK. (fSitf Jenhlni CT' FOR RENT Typewriters & Adding Machines New & Late Model Machines—Low Rates We buy used office machines & furniture. Johnson Office Equipment Co. SALES—SERVICE 112 S, Broadway—Phone 4420

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