The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 28, 1952
Page 4
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PAGE FOU1 Societu A/ewA BLiTHBTTLLE (AKK.) COVKTat J«n« Shslton, Society Editor f. Phone 4401 Alquist-Mosley Vows Said In Memphis Church Mto Mary {Catherine Mosley of Memphis, daughter of Mr. and J. •S'lrester Hosier ot Blytheville, was married to Robert Alquist of Memphis in & Jan. 19 ceremony at Cal- Y«ry Methodist Church In Memphis, Th« groom U the son ol Mrs. Julius Alquist ind the late Mr. Alquist ol Memphis. The H«v. P. A. Flatt officiated at the 8 pjn. ceremony which was said before an altar banked In greenery ind studded with alternate baskets of white gladioli and candelabra. Mrs, W. Z, Hawkins served matron of honor and-Mies Dorothy Akes was bridesmaid. Both wore gowns of bronze teffeta and carried bouquets of yellow roses. The bride wa* dressed In a ballerina length gown of white brocaded taffeta. She wore a shoulder length veil of misty illusion and carried a white orchid mounted on a prayer book. , James Wiseman was best man tnd ushers were Dr. Holton Maddux, Bill Cockraft, and Edward Qs- •wald, all.of Memphis. Dr. Aden Barlow was vocalist. A reception immediately followed »t the Wiseman home and following a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will be at home at 241 South Cleveland In Memphis. Terry Ann Evans Marks Birthday Terry Ann Evans was five years old Saturday and the occasion was marked with & party for 30 guests •t her home on Willow Street. The •ftemoon wai spent Inform- tUy In the balloon decorated entertaining- rooms and after the honoree had been presented gifts 'from Hie guents, birthday cake and tc» cream w« served. . 7*>» white birthday cake, which held five Ugbted candles, was topped with » large red heart and mi flanked by glowing red tapers •et IB silver candelabra. Assorted heart* were scattered about 12 Guests Attend Party in Home A party for 11 gueste at the D. B. Wimberley home on North 6th Street yesterday mirked th« loth birthday of Ervan Wimberley. Linda Lou Trieschmann, Janet Young ind Lynn Chapman were prize winners In the afternoon's party garnet., which were directed by Sally Trieschmann »nd Allene Wimberley. Birthday cake, Ice cream and assorted parly foods were later served. Deli Baptist Church Will Be Host for County Meeting OSCBOW — nims of Southern Baptist Home Mission fields, flan- nelgraphs, dramatizations and other visual aids in teaching the new graded series ol home mission texts will be featured in the first Mission study Institute of the Mississippi County Woman's Missionary Union scheduled to meet with the Dell Baptist church Friday. Feb. 1, It w(W announced today by Mrs. R. H. Jones, superintendent of the coun- Ly organization. Mrs. J. B. Bowen of rarBgould, I district president ol Northeast Arkansas Woman's Missionary Union, will bring a "learn" ol five teachers, who will demonstrate teaching methods and plans. Included In the group are Mrs. D. C. Bandy. Pocahontns; Mrs. Prank Wright, nnd Mrs. Curtis Griffith, Newport; Mrs. Russell Duffer and Mrs. Don Herron of Paragoulrl. The Rev. Guy Magec. Manlln church pastor, win show home mission films at the morning period. Mrs. Ed Williams, Wilson. Mission Study chairman for Mississippi Bounty, will lend • responsive devo- of novelty hat« and aer- p«)MfM .were presented the guest*. »*». K«rrh BDbrej anfl Mrs. Wilttara F. McOaughey assisted the (taring the afternoon. !• Smart AM! Youthful 8792 .By Sue Burnett Your constant companion all through the warm weather—a bare- arm frock that's young -ind appeal- Ing with a fitted jacket to toss on for street or Iravcl wear. Juniors will adore this clever pair. Pattern .Vo. 8792 is a .sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12 13 1*. 16, IS, 20, Size 12. dress, 4\ yards of 39-inch; jacket, m yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy street, Chicago 6. 111. The new Sprin? and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. ™ Cough Help fO*l|TTLECHIlDREN For coughs and bronchitis due to colds you can now jetCreomulsion specially prepared for Children in a new pini Hid blue package and be sure: (1) Your child will like it. (2) It contains only safe, proven Ingredients. (3} It contains no narcolks to disturb nature's processes, (4) It mil aid nature to soothe and dial raw, lender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving *e cough ind promoting rest and tkcp. Ask for Creomulsion for Children in the pink and blue package. CREOMUUSION •OR CHILDREN ft* Mb, ink tional. Miss Joyce Olll of Dell ol the host society. Monthly Masterpoint Game Played by League at Hotel Th« monthly masttrpolnt game of the Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge Le»gu« WM played Ssturday at Hotel Noble. In the five table Howcll movement. Mrs. B. B. Gee and Mrs. E\l- genl» Jenkins won first place, while second high went to Mrs. W. D. ChamWin and Mrs. chen. O. W. McCiit- Gaming Events Friendship Class of First Baptist Church hw 7:30 p.m. meeting nt home -it MM. Barney Crook, 1616 Holly. BWO of Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 pm, community missions study at. church, TvccxUir Alpha Dell* Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. canasta psrty at Rustic Inn, Luttrell, hostess. Mn, Maurcle Mrs. Lloyd SUckmon hostess for 1 pjn. dessert bridge honoring Tuesday Bridge Club. Country club Duplicate Bridge League plays at club it 7:15 p.m.' Mrs. Newton Whltls hostess to Tri-Town Club. Wednesday Mrs. C. Modlnger entertaining Town and Country Club. Mrs. Paul Jobe hostess to Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. Jerry Scrape hostess to TLE Club, Thursday Rook club meets with Mrs. Clco Wren. GEO Club has meeting at the home of Mrs. T. H. Caraway. Mrs. Chester Caldwell hostess to Thursday Contract, La Nueve meets with Mrs. Ben Mnc While. Mrs. Johnny White entertaining Kibitzer Club. Mid-Week Club mccM with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Octette Club entertained by Mrs. Mirvin Nunn. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Euzelian Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p. m. meeting at home of Mrs. Joe Evans, 1115 Willow. Chapter\"N" of PEO has 2 pm. meeting with Mrs. Rlley B. Jones. Zeu Chapter ol Delta Kappa Gamma has 6:30 pjn. Initiation dinner In Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. THt Of THE NIGHT! I —that make* you glad you have St. Joseph Aspirin For Children handy for emergencies. Doctors approve It. Children like Its oransre tlavor. You'll like Its accuracy. No need to break tablets, each Is >* adult do&e. SO tablet bottle 39c. Buy St. Joseph Aspirin TOT Children Howl Shirley Hipp, Jr.. is reported In ^ sallslaetory condition at Memphis Baptist Hospital where he underwent surgery Thursday. His molh- er, Mrs. Shirley Hipp is with him. Mrs. Eva Mny Davis has been returned from the university Hospi- lal, Lltlle nock where she underwent treatment. Her condition is reported as Improved. Miss Lois Porter spent the weekend In Little Hock ond Roe. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp and daughters, Mrs. James Vest and Miss Maxlne Hipp spent the weekend In Memphis with relatives and friends. They went especially to be with Shirley Hipp. Jr., who Is a patient at the Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M, T. Burke of Oklahoma City, okla,, Dr. John Allison and Dr. Blythe Allison of Chicago have arrived to be with J. P. Allison, who is seriously 111. Mrs. Burke Is a daughter of Mr. Allison, and the Drs, Alllscn are sons of Mr. Allison. Out-of-town residents here yesterday for the funeral services ol M. A. Isaacs were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Isaacs. A. E. Thorn. Miss Elizabeth Thorn, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hicks, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. A, J. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thomas. Jr.. and Miss Mary Brodle West of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs, H. A. Isaacs, Jr., of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gntcs ol Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Highfill of Parma, Mo., Mr. and Mrs, Phillip Calvert of Marked Tree, Harold Anderson of Mnrlnnna and Mr. and Mrs James Bell of Stuttgart. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was removed to Memphis Baptist Hos- pltal yesterday to ment.. She was undergo ircat- accompanlcd to Memphis by 'Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allison spent yesterday In Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Conley. former Blythevllle resident*. They went especially to be with Ozn Allison, who Is 111 at John Onslon Hospital. Mr. mid Mrs, Roland Davis announce the birth of their third child. a son Jan. 25 at Blytheville Hospital. He has been named Roland Davis, Jr. They have two daughters, Sharon and Beverly Jean. Frank Wagner, Jr., will arrive Wednesday from the University of Arkansas to be the mid-term holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wagner. Condition of Ann ainss, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Glass, svho is undergoing treatment at Walls Hospital for injuries received yesterday in on automobile accident, Is renorierl as improver! and she will be removed to her home near Yarbro today. ~ Dr. and Mrs. John Clouse and children, Marsha and John Clouse Ifl of Grifffn; ba., are the house"-^* of Mfs.Vdouse's sisicr, Mrs. Joe EVrard and Mr. ETvrard. Mr. and.Mrs. George Favotl and children of Memphis were the weekend guests ol Mrs. Fnvnti's parents Dr. and Mrs. ,1. A. Saliba. Mr. nnri Mrs. James Bell of Stuttgart and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson of Mariann left this morning for Ihpir homes after having bean the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson. They came especially for funeral sen-ices for M. A. Isaacs yesterday. Mrs. Richard T. Mills and son. John Thomas, were removed to their home on Chickasawba Avenue this morning from Walls Hospital. Joe Sallba of Memphis is spending this week here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sallba. Mr. Saliba will leave this weekend for Washington. D. C., where he will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Moore and granddaughter. Leslie Ann Cook, returned yesterday from a two weeks vacation in Miami. Fl». At the Hospitals Bl.vthcrtlle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. otto Danner, Manlln. Mrs. M. B. Riggs and baby. City. A. M. van Winkle, City. Mrs. Helen S.indcrs. Dell. Lee ChV,^hcr, city, Leonard Sorrels, Luxora. Ellen Sanders. Dell. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner. City. Mrs. Roland Davis and baby. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Louise Kemp and twins, Rt. 1. Mrs, Richard T. Mills and baby. City. Mrs. Hcrschel Medford and baby, City. Baby Harvey, City. Danny Henson. City. Head Courier News Classified Ads. FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ SeH That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land Separates Top Next Sea-son's Predicated Leaders MONDAY,'JANUARY 28, 19W Veteran Grt* M»dmt CRANBROOK, S, C., <*)—TMH» years ift«r being pensioned for t*M second time Irom the British Army, J. P. Praser has received the meritorious service service medil. H» enlisted In iwo, was first pensioned In 1911 and rejoined /or World War I. coming to Canada In 1921. For his resort-inlo-sprmff collection, dtsijner Paul Fames likes the , u rf vV £ 50 /',? css of p:lle plslels ' * Ile of strong rf v , ' rong -and-white. Coat dress (left) is pale pink linen, fastens down the front with rhmcstones, has white collar and culls, Whife silk Hy GAII.E 1>OUGAS NI3A Woman's Editor NEW YORK—(NBA)—It's a wise woman who knows that she's providing for spring and summer to come whCH she buys resort fashions in winter. However, to buy well and gel the most for her money, she should arm herself in advance with a knowledge of fashion significance. With such knowledge, she can choose fashions that will lake hold. that will not die in Infancy. This season, she should watch for dresses with little tops. These little tops are jackets or capelets used in contrast to spread- Ink skirts, The Jacket may be Empire or it may be slightly longer. Both the princes.; silhouette and the coat dress are important in resort collections. The coat dress is years younger than it was in sea- fon« past and often very dressy. shantung: (center) is coat dress also, has V-neckline and side pockels o;i;liiied in coral. Sheer black sheath, dress (riprhl) with nlealed skirt has white pique bolero with black velvet collar The coat dress, as show-it here, Is younj and flattering. Sleeves are shapely, frequently terminating just below the elbow in an easy puff. Full sleeves sometimes blossom wide at a three-quarter length and are shown just as often with a slim skirt as with a full one. Prom the rcsort-into-sprins collection of designer Paul Panics, come the coat dress done in several versions. One Is a slim pale pink linen fastened with rhinestone buttons. It has crisp white touches in collar and cuffs, A second coat dress, in silk shantung, is clear white touched with coral at the V-neckline and side pcckets. Rhihefitone buttons also glitter here. The little Jacket appears in white pique over a sheath dress in sheer black crepe. A pleated skirt, slim in repose, full In motion. Black velvet is used at collar trim against the white of the jacket. Errors We Make In-Dealing with Other, Persons: It doesn't matter how much you :now, II you don't know how to get olong with other without mafc- "ng these mistakes: Telling your friends unpleasant 'acLs "for their own good." Never being impressed by anyone else's story. The way you show you aren't. Is by such remarks as: 'If you think that's something, vait till you hear what happened o msl" Or, "I still think my story about Buch-und- snch Is the best I ever heard." Always having have (he last word in an argument. Always seeing the flaws in what the other person nns, nnd delight- ,ng In pointing them out. Ruth Mlllntt Building yourself up by tearing other people down. Always giving advise—b.ul nevei ashing for It. Always wanting to do the talking instead of being willing to isten quietly and attentively to the other person. Putting Ihe other person In his ace and enjoying ms dLscomfi- .ure. DO YOU MAKE THESE MISTAKES? Expecting the worst instead of the best from other people. Never beins willing to admit a mistake. Always beins: too busy for the small kindness that smooth the way 'or others. Having Ceellne thai are easily Weather Will Take Complexion Toll Br ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor What, has the winter weather done to your fikln? Take a critical look. If you discover unattractive scaling and dryness, better start a rejuvenating campaign now. The first important step is to get rid ol the scales. You can do this best by using any one ol the vtell- known mealy preparations that are on the market. The principle behind the treatment fs simple. Before you can achieve a soft, smooth complexion, the rough outer layer of skin must be removed. To do this, pour the mealy powder into your hand, add a bit of water, and work It into a paste Then, apply the paste all over your face. Allow it to dry thoroughly. You will feel almost as though you arc wearing a mask. When the meal is completely dry, take a dry washcloth, and with a brisk . motion. rub It off. After the mealy paste Is removed. go over your lace and neck with n cotton part saturated with skin freshener. This will remove any particles of the meal you might have missed, and will have a re- Ireshlng effect. Supplement this treatment with a sood night cream. Follow the ritual every night for a week. If you are still not satisfied with your skin, apply the meal two or three times » week. You are the best judge of hou- well your skin Is responding. Faithful care, for about a month or so, should p'Jt your skin In perfect condition to face spring. Highest TV Relay Station NEW YORK (API— The American Telephone and Telegraph Co.. builders of the microwave circuit ',vhich makes possible coast-to-coast television across the Rocky Mountains, reports that the highest 6(a- tlon on the route is on Mt, Rose. Nev. Tnat Is 10.000 feet above sea- level. This is one of the units that hurt. Never wantlns to assume responsibility. Never wanting to-accept another's help. Never \vaiitina to share credit. Always being eager to blame someone else for jour own failure. 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