The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 9, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 9, 1952
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FACE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Sally Trieschmonn Named Winner Of DAR 'Good Citizenship' Award "% * Sally Triesclunann, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. J. O. Trieschmann of Blythevllle, has been named Daughters of the American Revolution medalist at Blythevllle High School, W, D, Tojnmey, principal, announced yesterday. A member of the 1952 senior class, Miss Trieschmann is vice- president for both the National Honor Society and the hleli school choir, and also holds membership In the Beta Club and the Red Pepper Club. The winner of this award for citizenship has attended Blythe- vtlle schools since she enrolled in the first grade nt Centra], continuing her education at the junior high and the high school. An honor roll student, she is a member of First Methodist Church where she sings In the choir. Six nominations for this honor were nwle by Hie senior class* three students from these chosen by the student body, and from this j list of three one was selected by the high school faculty. Awarded by the Daughters of s~'t Beginner's Luck "Delta Kappa Gamma Accepts Five New Members in Hotel Ceremony tf you'll new at the sewing e, you can turn this well mannered dress out with confidence, pew pattern pieces and • clearly Illustrated sew chart shows you how •ully «nd quickly. Pattern No. 8716 is a icw-rite. perforated pattern In sizes 14, 10. 18 2040, «, 44. «, 4«. Size 15, 3ft yards' of M-inch, for this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size de- «lred, «nd the PATTERN NUMBER. to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, III. Don't miss the Spring and Summer Issue of our Basic Fashion, it's filled with ways to make your wardrobe do triple duty; gift slippers printed Inside. 25 cents. Sally TrkKhmann the American Revolution, the medal will be presented to Miss Trieschmann on senior class night. BSP Chapter Plans Activities Plans were discussed for the annual "Woman of the Year" selection and tea scheduled for March 30, yesterday at the meeting of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Henry Dodd was hostess to the group at her home on Holly Street and Mrs. w. H. O'Keefe chapter president, led the discussions. The group also discussed Hie March Rush Season. The afternoon's program, "Speech and Speech Presentation" was presented by Mrs. J. N. Day and Mrs. Joe P. Davis. At the Hospitals Blyllieville llospllal Dismissed: Mrs. Abe Smith, Turman Iverson Mrrrfa. city Marjnrte Alexander, City Mtss Willie Lawson of Little Rocfc, educator, writer and Arkansas' Woman of the Year for 1950, will be guest speaker Tuesday night at the Joint Founders Day observance of Blythevllle Parent Teachers Associations. Miss Law.son Is a former Blylhe- vllle resident and formerly was superintendent of Mississippi County schools, she moved to Little Rock in 1033 and Is new manager of the schools division of the Democrat Printing and Lithographing Company, she b a graduate of Flora McDonald College and received her Master's degree from Peabody In Nashville. She also Is a reccgnlzed lecturer, having toured the United States addressing various groups. Tuesday night's 7;30 p.m. program at the high school will be opened with an Involution by the Rev. Jnmes Rainwater and a devotional will be gh-en by Mrs. Alex Shelby, with Mrs. E. J. Cure presenting the president's message. Approximately 150 elementary school children will present a musical program and Mrs. O. E. Quell- malz will serve as mlstre« ol ceremonies for the evening. Miss Frances Bowon, Miss Mary] Hubler. Mrs. B. D. Featlierslon, Mrs. Hex D. Warren and Mrs. Ira Gray last night became members of the Zetn Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma society. The candlelit ceremony was held at 6:30 p. m. In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble and was followed by a banquet. Mrs. Lillian Frank, chapter presi- Half Moon News Sgt. and Mrs. John Haynes of Biloxl, Miss., who came last week for the funeral services of their Infant son, will return to their home Monday. Mrs. Jim Alexandra, who has been 111 for the past week, Is reported as much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins spent Sunday afternoon with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Penter, of Dell. tfrs. B. P. Gay and Mr. »nd Mrs. C..W. Oarrigah have goM* Jacksonville,' l-la", for «n extended visit with Mrs. Jerry White. Mrs. White is a sister to Mrs. Clay. Condition of Miss Marjorle Alexandra, who Is a patient at Blythe- vllle Hospital, is reported as good. Mrs. Orville Mitchell, Mrs R L Hawkins and Mrs. W. R. Llghtfoot attended the Prayer Retreat in Wilson Wednesday. Mrs. Gordon Howard was In Memphis Saturday to attend "Holiday on Ice." She was accompanied by Mr. anrt Mrs. Lcland Hodge. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Bush wore In Poplar Bluff Wednesday visiting with Mrs. John Buck and Sam Buck. Rend Courier Neivs Classified Ads. I'm proud of my appearance! . . . says this neat looking fellow, and your husband will be too, when his shirts are laundered crisp and sparkling bright. We'll wash and iron your laundry io perfection at reasonable rales. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 dent, conducted the ceremonv and assisting with the pledge ceremony were Mrs. c. L. Moore. Mrs A E Cnldwell and Miss Cecil Cassldy' F-scorts were Miss Winnie virgli Turner. Miss Minnie Foster, Mrs Otis Sheppard. Mrs. Glen Cook and Mrs. R. A. Berryman. Red roses formed the centerpiece for the long (able at which the group was litter scaled for dinner Miss Cleffa Rogers, a member of ic Pi Chapter In Joncsboro, was a guest for the activities Mrs. Loy Welch Hostess to Group Mrs. Joe Bvrard was a guest yesterday with members of the Friday Contract Club when Mrs. Loy Welch entertained at her home on West Walnut street. Her! gladioli was the flower selected to decorate the room In vhlch the group was seated for the ifternoon of playing bridge. The hostess served refreshments md In the bridge game Mrs. Welch won high score, while second high Conors went to Mrs. Russell C. S'nrr, Mrs. G, o. Poetz won bridgo. Joy Class Has Valentine Party The Joy Class of Lake Strtet Methodist Church lost night entertained with a party In celcbra- lon of the Valentine holiday. Mrs. Robbie Nlc'nstheimcr "'ns n guest with the 15 class members, who attended the supper-party at the church. Following the picnic slyle supper, Mrs. Jim Davis directed the evening's games in which Mrs. Billy King, Harold Medlln, nntl Jimmy Sanders took top honors. Mrs. W. L. Green Is c'oss teacher. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1«W Former 'Arkansas Woman of the Year' Will Speak at PTA Observance Mlsi Willie Lawson Mrs. J. C. Droke is president of the city council of PTA. OSCEOLA NEWS By Rettye Nelle Slarr Mrs. Sptck Entertains Mrs. Melvin Speck entertained her Wednesday Bridge Club with a Spanish chicken dinner. Mrs. N. O. Cartwright of Sondhcimer, La., was the only guest. The tables were overlaid in white and centered with red tulips. Arrangements of tulips also were placed around the entertaining room. Mrs. Speck won high score and Mrs. Jack Wilson, second high. Auxiliary to Meet Mra. Ed Shippen will entertain the members of the American Legion Auxiliary at her home Tuesday night. Miss Ruth Massey will be co-hostess ami Mrs. Harry Jones, president, will preside. Mrs. Mason Hostess Mrs. W. C. Mason entertained the Friday two table club with a luncheon at, her home on West Semmes. Early blooming spring flowers t\nri shrubs decorated the Mason home. Mrs. Harry Driver won high score and Mrs. c. E. Sullenger brlilgo. Pitch Club Meets Mrs. Ed Shlppen was hostess to the Widows Pitch Club at her home Wednesday night. A chicken supper was served from small tables centered with Valentine arrangements of "hearts and flowers," Mrs, George Raines and Mrs. Goarte Bandy were guests with the club. In the game, Mrs. V. O. Colbert won high score. Church Women Meet The women of the Presbyterian Church met nt the church for an nil day meeting Wednesday. Following the luncheon, Miss Gertrude Mason, missionary from Brazil was the guest speaker. Band Mother Entertains The Band Mothers club entertained members of the Osceola High School band and their friends with n Valentine banquet Thursday night In the high school auditorium, j One hundred 'twenty-five were present Including, other than the young people, the school faculty, Bruce Ivy, president of the Rotary Club and Louis George, president of the Kiwants. Miniature drums filled with mints marked each guest's place and arrangements of daffodils and acacia in large metallic'drums and Interspersed with sparkling horn ornaments, were scattered at Intervals over the tables. The white napkins were edged with red metallic hearts and graduated size hearts were sprinkled over the table. Gold metalic cuplds with bows and arrows and red metallic hearts decorated the walls. Founder^ Day Planned Extensive preparations are being made /or Founder's Day and Father's Day celebration ol the Osceola Parent Teachers Association, which will be held Tuesday night, Feb. 19 at the elementary school. Mrs. R. O. Bryan will have charge of the program and give special recognition to the past presidents in Osceola. Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Pecan Point will taljt on the national Parent Teachers Association. ' Mrs. Carroll Watson, who holds the office of national home service, will represent the Arkansas PTA, and Bob Morrow, who Is membership chairman, will represent the local PTA as well is being Fathers' Day representative. Refreshments will be served. Arrive for Visit N Pfc. and Mrs. Stanley Jones arrived Saturday for a two weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones, Pic. Jones was, stationed at Port Lewis, Tac'oma;' Wash., before his furlough, and on his return will report to Fort Lawton, Seattle, Wash. The couple was married In a church ceremony Dec. 15 In Washington. Mrs. John De Blols and daughters. Charlotte and Kathy of Lake Charles. La., have Joined the group here for a visit. Guests Feted Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lowrance were in Memphis Friday to meet Mrs. Kathleen Mclnerry, of Musko- gce, Okla., and John Gibson of Jefferson, City, Mo., who are to be their guests for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Chester towrance of Memphis Joined the group arm were entertained tor luncheon at the Country club. Friday afternoon the visitor swere entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf with a Fashion Shows Reveal Changed Waist-Line By Designer Griffe Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb left this morning for Memphis where Dr Webb will attend the Mid-South Medical meeting being held this weekend at Hotel peabody. From Memphis, they will go to New Orleans where Dr. Webb will study at the New Orleans Eye, Ear, Nose and Thro«t Hospital for several weeks. Mrs. Tom Taylor left this morning for Camp Chatlce, Ark., to spend the weekend with Pvt. Taylor, who is serving there with the finny. Mrs. F. T. Elder has been returned to her home on Kentucky Street after having been a patient at Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook returned Wednesday from Hollywood Fla., where they had spent 15 days with their daughter, Mrs. Earl Stabler, Mr. Stabler and son Dickie. They were accompanied to Florida by another daughter, Mrs. R. L. Holt and son, Gary, and while there the group visited points of Interest. Mrs. O. E. Kmulsen has been re- rnivc'l to her home on Hearji Street from a Memphis Hospital where she had been » patient for a month. Mr. and Mrs. o. o. stires are spending two weeks in Arizona California and Mexico. While In Phoenix they will be the guests i>f Mr. and Mrs. O. o. Stires, Jr., and family and they also n-ill visit Miss June Stives who is attending Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe. They aj so will visit Mr and Mrs. j. c. Stires at El Centre Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren and .son, Bob are spending the weekend in Corinth. Miss. Mrs. Odell Sanders returned today to her home in Portland after having been the houseguest of her PARIS W) — Designer Jacques Ortffe has made the boldest attack on the natural waist-line yet seen In the Paris spring fashion shows. By devious means, he pushes the poor embattled waist right up 10 a position Just under the bust, or right down to flapperish hip- height. But if he Is bolder than olher designers — almost all ol whom have been presenting the natural midriff—Grlffe, too, lacks the courage to abolish waists al- drop-in party. Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams entertained with a dinner party honoring the guest.?. Tonight. Hale Jackson will be host with a buffet supper at his home and Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler. Sr., have invited friends to call. Sim- day night Mr. anrt Mrs. Godfrey White will entertain with a dinner party at Osceola's new "50 Club" for the guests. Coming Events Salurda; Informal dancing at Country Club at 8 p.m. Monday First Baptist WMO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting—Royal Service program at church. Band Mothers have 7:30 p. m. meeting at high school. First Presbyterian circles meet— Circle One, Mrs. J. D. Fisher, Mrs. Jack Webb hostesses at the church; Circle Two, Mrs. Monroe Craln, Mrs. S. E. Tune; circle Three, Mrs. Edgar P. Borum; Circle Four. Mrs. Curtis Anderson with Mrs. H. C. Holder, co-hostess and Circle Five. Mrs. Geraldine Greene hostess at Edgar P. Borum borne. Tuesday Eastern star has 8 p. m. meeting at Masonic Temple. Mrs. Jesse M. Taylor hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. Joint PTAs Founder's Day program at high school at 1:3o"p. in., followed by bake sale, which will be sponsored by senior high school PTA. La Petite meeting with Mrs. J. H. Rrhl. Mrs. Garrard Caudill hostess to Tri-Town Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets nt 7:15 p. m. Junior Auxiliary has 10 a. in. meeting at Country Club. East Side Garden club meets at Lake Street Methodist Church at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. B. A. Bugg, program chairman and Mrs. George McGhehey. hostess, Wednesday Pre-nuptial events begin for mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. Mcnroe Crain, Jr.. and son, Mac returned home today from Tallahassee. Fla., where they had been visiting Mrs. Grain's mother, Mrs. E. C. Sledge. Sell it ... by using classified advertising in th« COURIERl Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear iam« day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS PART-TIME WORKERS MAKE $3 TO $7 DAILY Call on homes in the evening. Both men and woman can make $3 to $7 each evening. See R. Long at the Noble Hotel. together. Though pitifully unadorned and unsupported by belt or seam, the waist-line is still Indicated by tucks. It now has the form of inverted brackets—instead of bemf pinched in firmly by * belt. For what it'j worth, Qrlffe offer« this excuse for revising the femala form: "I have deliberately broken with all shackles; all that strangles, stifles, pinches and paralyzes !• banned." North America's second largest waterfall is believed to be the Grand Falls of the Hamilton River at the edge of the Labrador Pla- leau. Miss Mary Sue Crafton, bride-elect of Ensign o. A. nines. Jr., when Mrs. F. E. Utlcy. Mrs. J. E. Beasley. and Mrs. Prank Whltworth entertain with a bridge-luncheon. Delphian Society has 10 a. m. meeting at Hotel N'oble, CIB Club meets with Miss Betty Black. ' Mrs. H. G. Partlow hostess to Club-Eight. Town nnd Country club phys at home of Mrs. James B. Clark Mrs. Harry Klrby hostess to Wednesday Club.' Thursday MM We* club" 0 " 01 " 1 " "° Ste5S * Bridal events continue for Miss Mnry Sue Crafton with tea a t Womans club from 4 till 5:3» p m A^ S ; , T ' Wade Je "«'«, Mrs] Adolph Heinicke, Mrs. Rosco Graf, ton and Mrs. Jim Crafton, hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p m Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Leon Scherer. Mrs. Henry Humphreys hostess to Thursday Contract club. TLE Club meets with Mrs W J Cupples. Saturday Cotillion Club has 9pm. danc« at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey Mr" and MIS. Mike Yntes, Mr. and'Mrs Eric Whitley and Dr. and Mrs. j. E'. Beasley, hosts and hostesses Mrs. p. G. Riechel and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., entertaining with luncheon feting bride-elect Mis. Mary Sue Cralton. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday SATURDAY ONLY! JUDY CANOVA IN HONEYCHILE Also Starring Eddie Fuy, Jr. Cartoon & Serial "Captain Video" Ritz Guest* to see "HONG KONG' Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason Sir. and Mrs. Louis Cherrv Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature SUNDAY & MONDAY GEORGC O'BRIEN THE THREE STOOGES A Prk*l«M Jeweled (dol Casting Its Shadow Over 3 People! Paramount presents RONALD REAGAN • RHONDA FLEMING Also Paramount News S: Novelty Ree! Cartoon & Saria) "i'ir'al«s of the Harbor" Sunday & Monday Doul-le Feature RECLEANED SOYBEANS MEAN GREATER YIELDS! i.ef Us Clean Vour Seed Soybeans. We Have Two Modern Cleaners. Increase the Purity of Vour S«d, Have Them Recleanerl. BiytheviUe Soybean Coro. 1800 W. Main Phone 6836 or 6857 EAST SJDE OF HEAVEN" Bing Crosby • Joan Hlondcll Also Metro News

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