The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 1, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 1, 1952
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KMB BLT'l'HKVILLH (ARTO COURIER Jan« Shelton, Society Editor ewA Phone 4461 Club/ 4 Guests Meet in Home Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney look high score honors last night In the awkly bridge gnme of the GEO Club for which Mrs. T. K. Caraway was hostess at her home. . Mrs. W. H. O'Kcefe. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, Mrs. John Ed douse and Mrs. Lewis Henderson were guegts for the occasion. In the bridge game Mrs. Henderson tooic second high nnd Mrs. James Rogers, bridge, A dessert course was served and the group presented miscellaneous layette gifts to Mrs. Joe Evrarrt. Mrs. Clouse, who makes her home in Griffin, Ga , and is the houseguest of Mrs. Evrard was the only out-of-town guest. Nuptial Vows Said In Armorel Church • The marriage of Mrs. Oovlc New- aom of Myrtle, Miss., to Clarence Vlckery, son of Mrs. Minnie Vickery of Blytheville last night was performed at the Armorel Baptist Church. The Rev. W. E. Edmondson officiated at the 0 p.m. ceremony. Mr. and Mrs, James McMorrow were the couple's only attendants. PV>r her marriage Mrs. Vickery wore & suit of navy blue with black accessories and a corsage of red carnations. The couple is now at home at 118 East Vine in Blytheville. Luncheon-Bridge Given in Home Adding > touch of Spring to the Betting yesterday at the Chester Caldwell home for the luncheon- bridge honoring members of the Thursday Contract Club and guests were the design of pink carnations and white tulips topping the din- in; table. Mri. L. B. Old, Jr., »nd Mrs. Rlley B. Jones were guests for the event. Following luncheon, bridge was played with Mrs. Edgar p. Borum winning high score nnd Mrs. Jones, aecond high. Dessert Bridge Given at Club Mm. Ben Mac White yesterday w«« hostess at the Country Club lor • dewert bridge. Ouuti, with members of Mrs White's club. La Nneve, were Mrs, W. D. Chamblin, Jr. Mrs. Gean Atkinson «nd Mrs. j. C. Bills. Jr. Club high honors In the bridge cunt went to Mrs. Melvln Halscll with Wri. Coleman Stevens taking second high. Mrs. Atkinson won CWtt high. Cpl. Dan caldwell, who Is stationed at Birmingham. Ala., will be the weekend guest of his parents •Mr,fand Mrs. Chester CaldwelJ. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. nolhrock have a* their guest, their son. Perry nolhrock, who Is a .•.•Indent fit the University of Arkansas. Clyde Dooley is reported In an improved condition at Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, where he Is undergoing treatment /or Injuries received Monday in nn accident. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson returned last night by plane from New York City svhere they hnd spent a week attending the national automobile dealers association convention. Mrs. Earl Damon and grand- dauelilw, Snndra Mlchaelc Poster are spending the weekend in Memphis as guest o( their'danghter and .lunt, Mrs, James M. Barnes and Mr. Barnes. Claude Williams was removed to his home at Oosnell yesterday afternoon from Walls Hospital where he had undergone treatment for Injuries received Sunday in an nulo- mobile accident. C. A. Tant Is reported as improving nt Memphis Baptist Hospital where he is a patient. Sherry Jean Is the name ^h.~.. IMS been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Phil Simmons of North Little Rock for their first child, a daughter, born Jan. H at St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Simmons Is the former Miss Peggy jenti Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. c. Frecma Miss Georgia Ann Stllwclt of Memphis will be the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwell. She will be accompanied by Miss Betty Wilyard, who will visit In Manila. Miss Shirley King, who Is « sophomore at the University of Arkansas, is the mid-term holiday guest ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs Fletcher King, Mrs. M. Robinson Is Guest with Club Members '~a the Mid-Week Club »nd. anr guest. Mrs. Marvin Hobin«on yesterday were entertained with a luncheon followed by an afternoon .of pluying bridge at the C, A. Cunningham home. In the bridge game following luncheon, Mrs. Cecil Shane won high score and Mrs. W. L. Homer, second high. Latest In Women's Si'zes )orcas Class Meets n Herman May Home Mrs. Herman May was hostess nt ler home last night for Ihe monthly Hislness and social meeting of the Dorcns Class of Calvary Baptist Church. Miss juanila Prultt. Mrs. ctmrles .IcDanlel and Mrs. Helen Arrlne- on were guests with the 12 members •Utcnrtmg. Prayer by Miss Marie Harnfsh opined the session which was conducted by class president, Mrs. May The resignation of M rs . Hurley Alford as soclnl chairman was ac- eptcd and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham vns named to fill the vacancy Following the evening's devotion- il by Mrs. Alford, Mrs. Ellen Conlcy :Iosed the session with prayer. Oamcs were played In the social hour following and refreshments vere served by the hostess. By Sue Burnett BJ- SUE BURNETT Just right for early spring wear is this delightful yoked dress created In sizes to insure flattery for the woman's figure. And you can wear it on so many occasions with or without the handsome jacket. Pattern No. 8794 is a sew-ritc pcr- IcraUd pattern In sizes 32, 34 36 38, 40. 42, 44, «. Size 34. dress, 414 yards of 39-Inch; Jacket. 2 yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name address, size de- ftred and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier Kevs, 375 Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, III. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHrON for women who «ew will be ready for you shortly. 24 cents now for your copy. Euzeltan Class Meets In Joe Evans Home Mrs. E. E. Stevens was the only guest with the 18 members of the Euzelian Olass of the First Bnptist Church, who last night, met it the Joe Evans home, Mrs. Reece Woolen and Mrs. I. . DoShnzo n-ere co-hostesses for he session which opened with prBy- "- by Mrs. DeShazo. Mrs. D/irre!l Swaner, class president presided and Mrs. Stevens presented the devotional, "Anuels." Reports from varlcms group cap- Ins and committee chairmen were sard and the business portion »d- oumed with prayer by Mrs. Swan- A social hour followed In which Valentine games were played and names drawn for "capsule friends" or the month of February. The hostesses served refreshments Mrs. White Has Dessert Bridge Mrs. Johnny White yesterday entertained at her West Walnut Street home with a dessert bridge for Kibitzer Club members and three guests, Mrs. Richard nose. Miss Nancy Hughes and Mrs. Jack Webb. Yellow pom-pom chrysanthemums were selected to decorate Hie entertaining room and after a dessert course had been served bridge was played, with Miss Hughes winning high score. Mrs. Webb took second high and bildgo honors went to Mrs. Harry A. Hnincs. Mrs. Campbell'to Head Yarbro Baptist Group w Mrs. T. T. Campbell yesterday as elector! president of the Wo- mens Missionary Union of the Yarbro Baptist Church when the group was entertained at the home of Mrs, n. B. Flowers. Mrs. Raymond Skipper, Mrs. Spencer Kesslcr and Mrs. Mac Krutz were Bursts with the eight members attending. In the business session. Mrs. Gertie Ash was named vice president of the group. A soclnl hour followed in which the hostess served cake and iced drink*. Spring Fashion Forecast Indicates Varied Size ^ Important Sleeveiine and Fluffy Dresses 7RIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1953 mo BBIJIS AND LITTLE: Cartwheels, like Jean Kar.he.s afternoon h.,l (rl E l,l) (rimmed will, raffia. Indicate form:,! Summer dresses Paris designers will mivell will 1* feminine and fluff)- UUle hats like Bardicl* number with rolllnj brim (left) hint that sleeves will be important Training Union Classes Have Business Meetings Adult classes one and two of the Trinity Baptist Training Union last, night met at the church for B business session, which opened with prn.vcr by V. D. Overman. Seventeen members and one guest of Class one and 11 members and three guests of Class Two attended the session. Prayer by Mrs. E. C. Thompson Adjourned the discussions and in a social hour following a ciessert course and coffee were served. By ROSETTK HAKGFIOVE \EA Staff Correspondent PARIS iNEA) — Parisian mo- distes, like the swallows, fire fashion's harbingers of Spring. Although they're completely Ignor- nnt of the silhouette and lines Ihe fashion czars intend to bunch, they have an uncanny way of sensln" which way the wind Mows. I Thus. It can be Inferred from Ihe profusion of tiny hats that sleeves "•111 be Important, while horsehair cartwheels Indicate lhat formal Summer dresses will be feminine and /luffy. There Is a definite aura of Romanticism plus a strong Impressionistic influence In the 1952 TIE Club Plays At Polio Benefit Members of the TLE Clun liut nluht played bridge at the March of Dimes benefit card party at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jerry Scrape was hostess for he weekly club event and In the game Mrs. Herman Turner won high score and Mrs. J. P. Scrape, second high. At tlje Hospitals baby, Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. H. R. Leonard »nd city. Mrs. Otto Bradbcrry. Manila. , Walls Hospital Dismissed;-' ~' Larry Web'sler. city. Mrs. Piutl H. Drews, air base. Mrs. W. R. Walker and baby, city. Claude Williams, Ht, ». Mrs. Robert Burkhead and baby, Victoria. Mrs. Ada Crockston, city. Baptist Girls Auxiliary •Ins Stewardship Program Tivcnty-lhree members of the rmorcl Baptist Girls Auxiliary last isht met at the w. E. Edmonson ome for the stewardship program Riches. Gonrt and Bad." Five new members and four guests )«t with the group nnrt the 'mret- ig opened wilh prayer by Marie Ed- nondson. Stories were told by Jeanetla ones and Mrs. Ira Dickson and articlpating In Ihe work on "For- •ard Steps" «ere Marie Edmond- nn. Shirley Qcodmnn. Barbara tus=ell. Patsy Beard, and Jcanette ones. Prayer by Mrs. N. c. Patterson receded the hour In which e'rcshments were served. .egotion Staff Publishes Newspaper in Indochina SAIGON. Indochina Wi—Enter- irislnR young men and women of he American legation in Indochina are publishing their own "r;cv.'spa- per" They call it "The Sounding Board". It appears about every two; weeks and contains alt the latest news on the comings, goinps and doines of u. S. government personnel In Saigon and elsewhere In Indochina. Its chief editor • Is Mrs. Llbby Oclz. of Mollnr, 111., wife of the third secretary of the U. S. legation here. BEAUTIFUL GLADIOLI BULBS 12 VARIETIES We've jusl received a shipment of Gladioli Hiilbs in 12 Varieties. Come in soon I Paul Byrum Hardware Co, 1U East M."ln Man Consumes Barrel of BAKING SODA One man told us he took bakttiK soda for yenrs. Claims he has used over a barrel ot It for stomach gas, but got only temporary relief. Recently he quit Ihe soda habit and took CERTA-VIN. This new medicine is bringing REAL, lasting relief to many Blytheville gas vic- time because It Is laken BEFORE (not afler) meals and thus works with your food. It helps digest your meals faster, so your food doesn't lay there and ferment. Besides relieving pas. CERTA-VIN also contains Herbs with Vitamin B-l and Iron to enrich your olood and make your nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN—Kirby Bros. DrliR Co. Complete Selection of GIFT ITBMSI Vickie & Harhara's GIFT SHOP ItW S. ^nd Phone 8301 Vnu'll find a wonderful sclr< lion of .Madrria Llnrn.i, Colored Sheets and Pillow Cases, Cadillac Hosiery. Handmade Aprons, Costume .TeHrlry, Lamps. PJ.intrrs. H.iiHlkerchiefs and many other items. Come In soon! brims slightly mushroomed In line, i all the earth browns, the luminous The diversity In color is an im- blurs, pinks and reds as well as nortant part of the Spring hat! oranges, copper, gold and silver with Just a little mauve mixed in'. Pure and off-whites are smart, too. Black and navy are for the back- , . „.„ „,.„ „„-„„,!» me smai ground only, bringing to the fore- particularly In combination ' ' •'• •• 1 Fi*"n iv i>n; nji (;- : jjd I lll-Ulciri V III Curtll ground the entire range of yellows. 1 gray, mocha or navy. Listen (o KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and .1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:15 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday * Television Lounge if Cry Rooms •*• Smoking Loge * •*• Every Seat a Choice Seat with a Full View of the Screen »i«ii,,Tin: luimciicc in the 1952 fradlction of the general ' trend, Easter bonnets. The first Is trace- ' ncir crowns are on the large side, ahle In the flower, ribbon, feath- • cou Pled with a small brim. They OSCEOLA NEWS By Rettye N'elle Starr LAST TIMES TODAY! 'My Favorite Spy 7 Boh Hope & Hedy-Ledy Lamarr Paramount News, Cartoon & Our Gang Comedy Ritz Guests to See "MY FAVORITE SPY' Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Lipscomb & Family Mr. & Mrs. John Miles Miller & Family Saturday Only! Double Feature! cr. fmlt nntl berry trimmings the second In the color combinations us well as In Ihe line of Hie hats proper. Width Is Imporlnnt In the new hats, Most brims acquire a measure ri( width over the cars even in the most diminutives shap-s Another brim treatment Is seen In the cloche lhat dips over the temples, bonnet-wise. There nrc still brims that project forward. But no matter what, (he handlings, the brir fled brow. is meant to reveal an unriif- Crnwnj are secondary In Importance and fade out in back, some are anchored by narrow straw or groscraln bandeaiu or possibly by an timer crown that grips the hair Veils, conjuring up pictures of harem beauties, are very Important. The newest are gathered in folds across the lower part of the face; others cast their shadows ncro?s the eyes. Some are dotted with flowers, strfuv or wood paillettes In subtle patterns. I On these -general lines, the mo-1 dlste have superimposed their per- i sonallles. Ocrmame Lcgroux Introduces the widened line perfectly proportioned though Irregular btcornes. For daytime wear, she uses the Impressionist theme In the form of tiny bont- ! ers. In color, she likes white with earth browns, the entire scale of! yellows, little black or navy i . . . j Rose Valols 1 hats follow the patterns of seashells while her trim-1 mlngs are In the Botticelli and Impressionist schools. Trolling Bailee and chiffon scarves and bows, Held flower.',, and berries Bshioi) the trimmings. Mnud et Nano. specialists in hals for the younger sets, like tiny cloches and brctons in crisp piciuc combined with straw or surnh. In con- I like the picture-type hat with huge Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Bruce Ivy entertained her bridge Club with a luncheon Wednesday at her home on Semrns Street. Mrs. Ed Quinn, Mrs. L. D. Massey and Mrs. O. E. MassengiJ] were guests with the club. In the bridge game Mrs. Massengill won liisrh score and Mrs. Melvin Speck, second high. *. Spring flowers decorfted the rooms. Mrs. Glascoe Hoste-m Mrs, J. I,. Glascoe was hostess Tuesday nisht to members of her bridge club and guests for a supper. Mrs. A. P. Clnscoe, Mrs. T. E. Clegg and Mrs. Ed Simmons were guests. Potted plants and Spring blooms were used. In the bridge game Mrs. Elliot Sartin took high score nnd Mrs. Buddy Watson, second high. Personals Bruce Ivy is a business visitor in Scarcy this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sartin and Miss Sarah Ijingston left Thursday for "-hcrman, Tex., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sartln's son, Aviation Cadet Jack Sartin, who is stationed at Perrln Air Field. Miss Janette Sowen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen, who Is a freshman at Southwestern. Memphis will lenve today with the Southwestern Choir on the group's annual tour. No Chance for Error NEW YORK W>—I* W. Churchill, farmer near Westmoreland, N. H., hunters report, made doubly sure this season that his cows would not be mistaken for a deer or some other animal. He painted "C-O-W" in large letters on their sides. FINAL CLOSEOUT! DRESSES < TOMORROW *" it's Whitsitt' Because You Like Smart Things Sell it ... by using classified advertising in tht COURIER! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS BURNETT* Also Serial Captain Video" No. 5 and Cartoon Ritu Guests to See "The Model nnd The Marriage Broker" Mrs. Eunice Young Miss Jesse Srite Mr. & Mrs. Fred Sandefeur & Family SUNDAY & MONDAY -a tittle love in your life? -a little life in your love? -a lift in your laughter? THcModehndthe SCOTT BRADY-THELMA RITTER 2a with zero Mostet • Micha*1 O'Shci Paramount News Produced by CHARLES BRACKET? Directed by WORK CUKDfi»WsU* II ten by CHARLES B RACKET!. WALTE R RUSCH jnti RICHARD BREEM U Also Shorts, "Beaver Trouble," Cartoon & Novelty Reel COMING SOON TO THE RITZ I WATCH FOR THEM! DISTANT DRUMS, Technicolor wilh Gary Cooper and Man Afson. HONG KONG, Technicolor with Ronald Reagan and Rhonda Fleming. . • BAREFOOT MAILMAN in Color-Robert Cummin^ and Terry Moore. •• S?n S nB°£?v , E » MORE "' Uh Carj ' Granl ' SAILOR BEWARE — Martin & Lewis LONE STAIWClark Gable, Ava Gardner. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. I,;tst Times Tonife MoonlightBay r*m>rn IT WARNED BROS COtC* •'jlCH/itCOLOP" Comedy & Cartoon Sunday & Monday Double Feature -"•"»CVS -* ™~™ ._ llviS •- H5BUSE | STEWART \ DIETRICH - Saturday! 2 Features MONTE-JONHALL SABU-TURHANBEy "SAPS AT SEA" with Laurel X- Hardy Serial: "Pirates Harbor" Also Cartoon —Plus— "My M~n Gsdfr-y" with \Viliinni I'mvell Also Metro News Admission 9e & 30c ot AM Times

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