The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 29, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 29, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BT/?THEVTLI-E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1952 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bride-Elect Feted With Tea-Shower At Womans Club MIS. R. L. dailies and Mis. W. M. .lorn?, yesterday wde hostesses f.c the Woman's Club on West Main Street when they entertained with a tea-slio\ver honoring a March bride-to-be, Miss Mary Sue Crafton. Tulips, jonquils and other early flowers were arranged in greenery to provide the backrlrnp for the re-, ception and entertaining of the 35 sons will he in Memphis Sunday at Dessert Bunco Marks Birthday A dessert bunco for 20 last night celebrated the ISth birthday of Jlmmle I,re Moan. dniiKlucr of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce nelty I»c!flK left, this sftrr- Moore. noon .for her home In Newborn. The evenlllB was spent al th Tenn.. to be (he u-eckend guest, of Moore home on Chiekasawba Ave her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. John nue and for the occasion assorted | FVxids. Spring blooms in pa.stel tone* were Mr*. Adolph Heinickc has been j "serf. admitted to WalU Hospital. | A miniature birthday cakr tup- Mr, and Mis. W. D. Cobb ami j I"" wilho b " ml "S ™" at ™ « ivin = Styling Is^Keynote in Making Most of Your Hair ;uestjs. Assorted pastel tone party foods and coffee were served Irom the ci't- work !nld refreshment- Inble which was centered with a pink nnd white satin nnd maline umbrella. PufT-s of the satin completed each .spoke of the maline creiUon which rested on a large styrofoam base. Placed at the umbrella handle was a bouquet of carnations in pink and white. Mrs. J. L. Wpstbionk, Jr.. and i Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., presided at (he table and wore gardenias, a gift of the hostesses, with their Rfter- noon gowns. Miss Crafton received in a printed calico dress which featured a fill! skirl worn over crinoline. A stole nf the material encircled her shoulders and her hostesses presented her with gardenias. Mrs. Rupert Craffnn, mother of the hnnoroe, cho, 5 * R frock of navy blue silk nnrt alfo wore gardenias, a gift of the hostesses. A cutwork cloth overlaid Ihe table on which the lingerie gifts presented during the afternoon \verc arranged. A special guest was Mr.s. T. F. Martin, grandmother of Miss Grafton. Kibitzers, Guests Meet in Home Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Hatncs lasl night entertained four tables of Kibitzer Ciub members anrl guests at their home on Ariams tornoon to attend the Globe Trotter's performance at Ellis Auditorium. Mr.s, Ooroihy Scott returned Wednesday from Detroit where she had attended the funeral of Pvl. E. W. Duncan, Mrs. Coady D. Eaton Is confined to her home on West Walnut Street due to influenza. Mr. anri Mrs. J. A, Mott left Oils morning for their horn** in Warrens- hurR, Mo,, alter visiting hore with Mrs. M nit's sister, Mrs. George Crow. Mr. and Mrs. Mott had been vacationing in Mobile and Biloxi, Mis.s. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cnltlwell are vacationing al Fort Myers, Pla. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ctjlir-ns announce Ihe birth of their fifth child, a son, Sunday at Walls Hospital- He has been named Allen make. Thi other children are Dnlc-, Jackie, Douplns and Mark- Mr, nnd Mrs. P. K. Black returned this Afternoon from VicksburR, Miss., where they had been visiting Mr. Black's mother, Miss Frnncilte Maloch of Osceola. Sonny Stires of JHIytheville, Miss Doris Stan defer of Osccola and Harold Ray of Wilson will be among Ihe Arkansas Slate College KlHrtenlR participating in the Religious Emphasis Week March 3-f> at the school. the table number centered each small table nnd the combined candle lota! revealed the honoroe's *%".. Donna Dodmnn won hieh tt.'ntf, in the bunco Ramc, '.vith Sue Jofoc ifikin? low .score and Barbara Sau 1 - ycrs. traveling prixe. Ficlelas Class Has Sunoer-Mceting Potlnck supper nt the West Wai nut Street home of Mrs, Alvln Hardy last night preceded the _ monthly business-social me.elhiK of for an evening of playing ! the Fidelas Class of the First Bap- Street bridge, Colorful jnncniib, japonica blooms and other early Spring blossoms were arranged about the entertaining rooms for the occasion. Miss Nancy Hughes. Louis Lynch, Mrs. Rube Carson of Little Rock, who is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castile, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren were guests. During the evening, party foods and Iced drinks were served ant! in the bridge sai^e Mrs. Warren won hi^h score and George H»b- birri, Jr.. second high. Robert G. MoHaney took bridge honors. Yellow Scheme Used for Party Yellow was chosen by Mrs. Mel vin Halsell yesterday to 'predominate in the decorations of her West Walnut Street home when she entertained members of lj& Nuc'.'c and t\vo guests nt a dessert bridge. Clusters of yellow blossoms centered each small table and completing the Spring party set tine were jonquils and roses arranged in greenery. Tn th bridge pa me Mrs. R. E I Green won hizh score, with Mrs Lynn Tfunties takine second hlph. Tops In Summer Styles Vt st Church. Mrs. Dnn McGrurier and Mrs. .1. ,. Wnllflce, ST., were gviests with he 12 class members. . The invocation was given by Mr.s. 3. B. Johnson and A. Spring bonnet of jonquils formed the table's enterpiece. The evening's devotional wns ?lv- in by Mrs. 6, S. Rolllson, whn 10 lee) In a prayer. In the busi LsciiKfiinns the group ngreer! to vis- t Kennedy Veterans Hospital In Memphis anrt dislribulc magazines o the patients. An informal social hour followed he dLsmtasat. H. C Is Club Guest Mr.s. H. C. flush yesterday was Ihe only guest with members of r.he Mid-Wrek Club when Mr*. B. A. l^ynrh was hostess to the group with a !michc.on-bridge nt her West Main Street home. Jonquils were chosen (o tk. I te '. the entertaining rooms usrd ior ] the event and toHowtnR luncheon ' bridse was played with Mr.s. Harry | \V. Halncs taking high score. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham won second high. ft,?-, Making the most of your hair, whether it Is Ihicfc or Ihin, a matter of styling. If your problem is thin, fine hair, like Ihe tirl pictured in the upper left hn\d corner, the new noodle cut (lower left) is ideal [or you, loo. It will eive your hair the illusion of thickness, and actually make it easier to handle. The hair with Hie unruly cowlick (left center) can be neatly kept in place t>y (he means of a back curved part (rlsht center). Hair Dial Is loo thick (upper rlsht! usually presents many styling problems because it Is so aiii ir, fell In a limp, bulky mass. Such hair responds beautifully tu a. "shanerlnt" (lower riehl). which consists of skillfull) shaping the hair in layers tapered to lengths that "lil" the head. You will achieve ihe most atiraclive Iwlr-ilo for Ihick hair if you avoid fluff, and seek sleekness, instead. Variations of any of these styles would depend upon your fact and figure. If your hair Is naturally curly, you have one less problem to worry about. Straight liair. however, must have a soft permanent as a foundation (or styling. Officers Named By C. C. Club Mrs. Wanda Rend last night wa? named president of the C. C. Club j Th& when the group held It* weekly j prnvcr by Mrs business and social session at her j t ^ e " FCH .J^| hotir . T. Clark Hostess To Baptisl Class Mrs. Thomas Clark last, nicht j was hostess to 13 members and four gucsus of Ihe Dorcas Cin^.s of Calvary fjapilM Church. Mrs. Ona Mae prcples, Mrs. Carmen Oxford-. Mrs. Helen Brown and Mrs. Fran- Prayer by M r.s. Wihna Alf ord preccdnd Ihe business scvvnon. which wns directed by Mrs, Lei and Hod Re. Miss Marie Harnisn save the cv- rning'.s devotional and the poem, Soldier" home. Other nfflcer.5 to serve are Mrs. Minnie Williams, vice president; ' M r.s . M n ry I?oc tl , sec re ta ry and treasurer; and Mrs. G. L. Scot I, reporter. Following thr huslnrM rifacns- sions, the hostes.^e. 1 ; served refresh- men U. 13 Guests Attend Layette Shower Mrs. Malonfi Peterson WJIA showered with assorted layette gifts yp.";- tertlay by the n RuesLs who attended the party piven In her honor tit the E. O. Lovell home. The nfternonn was spent Informally. After Ihr honoree'.s elft« had been displayed. Mrs. Lovell wns assisted by Mrs. Frances Caldw^H nnd Mrs. John Brown In serving refreshments. "'Dear God Protect XTy rea(1 by Mrs Ajford tncftllnpr adjourned ^ cn Cnn]ev and in fo]]fnving ; he hos _ j i e&5 served refreshments. Phebean Class Meets In L. N. Hay Home Seventeen Phebean Class members of the . First Baptist Church last niRht met at (hi L. H. Hay home. Mrs. Harry Rogan, Mrs. Herman Walls and Mrs. Robert Weld- ma M were hostesses for the monthly session. The erUeitalnmp rooms in which the guests were seated held bouquets nf jonquils, japonicas and forsthyia. In the absence of [he president. Mis, IJngan led the business discu=.s- i ions and ihe meeting adjourned with with prayer by Mrs. John Tyrone, A dessert course was served. Style Show Is Given Spring Festival was the theme of the style -show last night at ihe Darling Shop at which 12 teen-as- ers displayed the approaching sea- 1 son's fashions. Models appearing were Mrs. A!den Chlvcrs. Nfrs. W. F. Joyner. Pat McGregor, Dorothy nollison, Juanita Overman, Mary Lou Sawyers, Bcttyc Multins, Pat Mutlins, Pecrcy Zachry, Haynes, Mary Ann Roberson, Beverly Jones Mullins. Polly Ann Chism, and Diana Zeller. Mrs. R, F. Kerboueh. store manager, .served at. commentator. Ap- prcximat-ely 95 attended. Coming Events Friday Mr*. M. W. Kyle. Mrs. Gus Eberdt lostesses lor 7 p.m. covered dish eUng of Past Matrons mid Patrons Club at Ebcrdt home. Saturday Informal dancitic at Country lub beginning a,l 9 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble ai 1:30 pjn. Red Br.zin annual crowning of queen and banquet. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mrs. Edwin Robinson and Mrs. George Cross entertaining with 1 p. tn. luncheon aL Terry home honoring bi'ide- elccl, Miss Mary Sue Crafton. American Library to Be Established in France NEW YORK </PJ— A library housing R collection of American classics and contemporary literature will be .set up at the University of Dijcn in France in honor of the late John Erskinn, U.S. educator, author and musician, Purpose or the library is to promote a better unrierstandins of America amcng Europeans. The library will be accessable to the public as well ns students. Friends and former students of Erskine hava contributed Uie .literary materials, The library, to be knowji as the John Erskine Memorial Library, will be formally opened Nov. 3, in a special ceremony. Cub Scouts to Have -Annual Party Tonght , j Jay-Walking Is fine ! The annual blue and gold party CALGARY. Alta. Wi—One hun- of Cub Scout Pack 223 will be held ; dred cent persons here fitles for J^- each paid 50- at- the Woman's Club on j ceiu fitles , for J^-^alkmg during January. They were the first vie- West Mam Street. ] t|ms of the c , ty . s antHay : W!llklng Activities are scheduled to begin ! by-law, which became effective at 8 p.m. Jan. 2. Marriage Licenses The following couplrs yesterday obtained marriage licenses at the office of the county court clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Edward W. Brntton of North Lit- MR Rock nnd Miss Laura Alfred a SLn^-all of Blythcvtlle. William Cole. Jr., and Miss Betty Jo Beaird, both of Blythevile. Baptist Training Union Has Planning Program Eiaht members of the AriulL Training Union of Trinity Baptist Church last night met at the home of Mrs. R. W. Wooten for a planning program. Prayer by C. S, Webb preceded the evening's discussion of the work of the group for 1952. Thr hostess "later • served refreshments. )ell Baptist Groups Study Misson Book The mission study book. "Every- vhere Preaching the word", yes- orrtay was studied by 28 members inci eight guest.s of the Junior Royal Ambassadors anri Girls Aux- liary of Dell Baptist Church. Meeting at the church, the lessnn was directed by Mrs. Ed Hnrciln, iiinp people's leader. Supper was later served tlifi group by the Jewel Abornathy Circle ot Union. the Womens Missionary Dessert Bridge Given for Ciub Mrs. Herman Turner yesterday entcrtnincri nl the Rn/orback with ti de.wtrl brMj(f.- honoring mfmbers of the TLBnchih and one guest. Mrs. John Edwards. Mrs. W. J. Cuyjples took hijch score in the bridRe pamc. with wr- onri hish Boins to Mrs. Bill Lam- bcrl anci brirtijo l<i Mrs. Edwards. Mission Study Taughl For Avmovel Baptists The mission siufly book, "Cru- snde [or Home Missions, yesterday was lailglit by Mrs. C. E. Jolmson for the Armnrfl Baptist Won^eiis Mission Society which rnel at the home of Mrs. C. C. Elliott. "Five Years of Crusading" was p thriuc ol Hie study which open # Bndge League Plays At Hotel Noble A .six-!able Hou'M! movomr:nt last. nlcht was played by the Blylhevlllc Duplicate Bridee Lcnpue al Hotel j ed with a prayer by Mrs. W. E. Etl- Nohie. Mr. and Mrs. Georpn Wisps j ii\ondsnn. tied Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mr.s.! FoUowinc a politick lunciicoiv tile W. A. AfHIck lor lirst place honors. I study le^rm was conciudPci and the Seronri hich went, to Mrs. \V. D.! ineelins o[ the 12 member* ad- Chamhlin anil Harry W. Halncs. ' Jmirncd wlih prayer. >„//, im^. Happy Single Women Not to be Pitied; Sympathy Both Pointless and Wasted The charming, intelligent, s w a r 11 y-d rcs^rd ivonin n Ir E t fcroup, and ihe moment she \vmii <ui she andsayinp: ''Isn't It a shamr .^he npvcr ihe , married?" wtiliout ever wondering out \ whether it really is or not, remarked:] Next lime vim stnrt to make lhal never | comment about tin unmarried w-rmi- I an. .stop and think for R minute. as seen in Photoplay • ..and ours alone \ And pn»b;il)ly i "Is such I r<v»Hy pity? " Why -honl ri [ anyone consider R'=, life a P. 'imply br- i .she never married? She has an in• t r r P ?. T i n c nnri Mlllrll wrll -l iair1 iflh Hrr | yitMtii flpa r ( m * nT ts ! ,nt, Sh? has many friends and = e vanetv of intercpts. | has hrlped CUT thrpp r<inVi r j p'A'5 a collo^p rducafion thev wnulri- ! n't ha\~e without hor financial help i i anrt encouragement, ! Dcstinrd to be a close companion t She so ems every bit as happy HS ! ill season—a sood lookinp. arrow- i friends her nwn ape who have bus- ' Urn dre.sSi to make with or without i bands. She has the satisfaction of ;leirv?e, anri topped with a brief i knowins thai she has made a t-tir- Jacket. that makes it an ideal irav- j cess In her work. She ha* Ihe time piling outfit. | for friendships. Pattern No, RS03 IF a sew-rite { Anri she is nur-rrMcd in 50 many perforated pattern in $izf$ 12. 14, | Ihinq? she rmildn't powiblv find By Sue Burnett Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission flc & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TE PA1, NITES Two For fhe Price nf One ^^^^HDKIIB HUC1US JOHH WAYNE • ROBERT 2 Reel Comedy ft Cartoon daily, Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone f>998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m, Continuous Showing Everyday Television Lounge • Cry Rooms • Every Seat a Choice Seal • Smoking I>oge LAST TIMES TODAY SAILOR BEWARE' DEAN MARTIN & JERRY LEWIS Fun For the Entire Family Also Selected Shorts SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature Ritz Guests to Se« "Sailor Beware" Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Hardaway & Family Mr. & Mrs. Jess Horrter & Family junior . pride SATURDAY ONLY! ROARING OUT of we HAPPY «^ —PUTS— 'MR, DYNAMITE' Lloyd Nolan • Irene Harvey Also Carloon £ Serial: Pirates Harbor ,, GENE LDCKHJRT • (RME STEVENS • JffC. FlIPPEN KI,i X^-rs iyx; ^ ^M 'H 3WH * toX$ C*« HfQ - fcfc* WMZ REU l «^i * 'r* Also Serial: Captain Video & Cartoon SUNDAY & .MONDAY Double Feature 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. 44. Size 14, dnv*. short sleeves, 4 1 * yards of 33-inch; bolero. J r * yards, For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, M?c and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 37,1 Quincy St.. Chicago 6, TIL Basic FASHION for '52 is filled with, id<?*s to ninkc yonr rlolhes budget po further—timr-savini! and economical dftfifrn.s lhat a IT ..... sew*. Gift pattern printed in 25 cents. lime to bp lonely, or frel ?OITV for hn.^cU. or onvy anynnp, AX KC1IO FROM T1IK PAST • Bui wnmrn don'i stop tn wnnrtrr I whether or nnl i>ir\- shnnlrt ferl j sorry for the woman whn h,i5 npver marrird. They jnsl do. I ( 's a h HUE ov r r ffn m( hr p;i > I w/hrn a woman dirin'i h:ivp much of a lite unles* she married. Now that women ran make sal- JASCHA HEIFETZ THE MASTERS* f K'nrfft's finrtt music formed by IT'orlff-^ reatest artists fnir T.U Irvt-irr « !rnbe !r ^lucli Ir.iins • in n.ivy i-ic<l cape lined in rcrj or lemon ) and asy (f> Now that, women ran make sal- VfllQJ* •/• ^vlllVIU inside, isfactory lives for themselves, other \VMCT — Sat 1 p.m. vomcn go right on thinking and | ' DICK POWELL; Ours Alone in Blyiheville it's Whitsitt's 'Because You Like Smart Things' ABBOTT LOU ^ cosmio WHO NNi IT? Ritz Guests to See "Lady from Texas" Mr. &' Mrs. Odell Cnmphcll & Family .Mr. & Mrs. Amos Clifton & Family SUNDAYS. MONDAY EVERY [NCR A LADY Ml you look at the record! WARNER JttRO^ipHegpv •T • iil'^Sor THIS Wo MA j*. STV.,;»S JOXVN & 1 DENMIS OE^Y 1 ?! CRAWFORD MORGAN BRIAN Paramount News, Cartoon Sr Novelty Ritr Guests to Se* "This Woman Is Dangerous" Mr. & Mrs. Russell Gnskin Mrs. Nell Favight Miss Minnie Foster

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