The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 6, 1952
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PAGE FOUR Kj[I>iETlL,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phono 4461 Miss Maxfne Hipp Announces Plans For Marriage to Cpl. J. E. Wimberly i Miss Maxine Hipp today an; nounced the completed plans for 1 her exchange of nuptial vows with ' Cpl. James E. Wimberly. son ol Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wimberly of Blythe- I vile. Miss Hipp is the daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp also of' BlythevUle. The ceremony will be performed at 2 p.m. the afternoon of March I 16 at the First Methodist Church, I with the Rev. Roy I. Bagley offi- I elating. I Earl Snider. Jr., organist and [ Jimmy Culbertson. vocalist, will prc- 1 sent the musical program. The bride j will be given in marriage by her fa- i Club Convenes | In Nunn Home \ The. newly-comp)etcd home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn on Chtckasawta Avenue yesterday w-as lhe setting for an afternoon of playing bridge, honoring Town and Country Club members. The entertaining rooms used for the occasion held bouquets of tulips and jonquils arranged In s;rec;i- cry. Refreshments were served nnd In the briiieo game. Mrs. o. G. Cau- di)l won high score, with Mrs. R. c. Rose taking second high honors. Club Department Continues Study The second chapter In the study book, "Flower Arrangements" !jy Rockwell and Gray-son ye.sterdny was given by Mm. E. A. Rice for • members .of the Garden Department of the Woman's Club at the monthly session. Meeting at the club on West Main Street, Mrs. James Dates con. ducted the session, which was highlighted with tile study lesson. Following a brief business discussion refreshments were served the club members and guest,. Mrs. Byron Moore. Hostesses were Mrs. Phillips Robinson, Mrs. a. w. Dillahunty. Mrs. Ray Hall and Mrs. Wlnford Wyalt, At the Hospitals Bhiheville Hospital Dismissed: Lee D=F=sr, t!ty. Mrs. Marshal Duvall and baby, Armorel. Walls Dismissed: Mrs. R. D. Watkliu and b.iby Bteele. Mrs. Kathcrine. Weatlicrlnglon, city. I her. Mrs. Jamjs c. Vest will servo as ] her sister's matron of honor nnd ( bridesmaids will bo Mrs. nitly H.-iyne.s. cousin of Miss Hipp a n fi Miss Alone Wimberly, sLsler ol the groom. Mr. Wimberly will serve his .son as best man. Jerry McCleary of Jackson. Tcnn.. and Charles Mullins will net as usher.s. j A reception is planned at the Hipp' home for Ihc Immediate families ol ; the couple, wedding party members and out-of-town guests. Bits of News ^/l-<- I t~~ /V\1S. J. (a. r- , . entertains A Iwiclieon-brldge [or eight i tables of guests In Hotel NoMn's Co- '• Iciila] Room jvstcrclay was slven by :' Mrs. J. Graham Sudbnry. The ! toiichc.5 of vivid (-reetl anil whim in the deeoratlons were M>?:-estive of the chosen St. Patrick's cl;iv mo- tlf. Incliirted In the gueM list were i members of the' Wedne.s- j lay bridge club, Club Eli'hi. Sham- I rock clusters interspersed with i while carnations formed the mi- tral design for each of (he small tables at which guests were .seated. The hand-made tallies anil .sc-ore- pads repeated the holiday Ihcme In the bridgi, gmnc following luncheon. Mrs. Jesse M. While won high score, with Mrs. Henry Humphreys tktng second high. Mrs. n. " Partlow won traveling prize. Thrifty Blouse Trio High Two Club, Guest Meets Mrs. B. E. .Ingeers last night selected a St. Patrick's motif to predominate In the decorations of her home when she entertained inch Two Cltib members and one guest for a dessert bridge. Airs. Jitmcs Ncbhut was Ihc group's only guest, Tlie vivid green and «-hi(e color combination was repeated In the tallies and scores pads used In (he Ramos. The wrap- Pings of the gifts presented the budge winners and dessert course served also repealed the scheme. Mrs. Forrest Moore look high score honors, with Mrs. w. H. Hudson winning second high. Jonquil clusters and fnrsyihia completed the party setting. 8805 12-J2 By Sue Burnetl Each of these delishtful blouses requires just, one yard of fabric in the smaller sijes. and cocs togeih- er m practically no time at all You h want all three to complim'm your spring ,=uit. Pattern No. 8805 is a few-rite PerforaUri pattern in sizes 12 14 16, 18 20: 40.40. Size 14. l'yard of 39-inch lor tath style rmv= thlS '""«'«• SCI "< 30r In COINS, yo:;r twme. address sue desired, and the PATTEHN K'UM- BER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6 111 Send 25 cent? today for vour copv Of Basic FASHION '52. It shows yen, how to make your wardrobe "do double duty with economical timesaving styles. Gift pattern printed Inside. 23 cents. Pledge Ceremony Held by ESA Mrs. w. H. Stovall, Jr., and Mrs, Troy Orabam were candidates in the pledge pin ceremony of the Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority Tuesday ntiint at the chnpter meeting at the Sio- vall home. Mrs. Ray S«incy, president, conducted the ceremony and in the business discussion following names of prospective members were submitted. Clusters ol jonoulls. the sorority flower marked tne entertaining rooms. The hostess later served refreshments. Dessert Bridge Honors Group Mrs. Harold Nunn last nichl entertained with a dessert bridge honoring CIB Club members and one guest, when she was hostess at the Marvin Nunn lioiup, Mr? .\ A Frcdrickson was the onlv for the event. Colorful tulips and jonquils mnrk- erl the entertaining rooms in which lhe suesU were sratfd llrM-c U-M-, played with Mrs. Nunn winninp high score. Mrs. Lewis Henderson' second hich and Mrs. Richard T' Mills, bridgo. Marriage Licenses \ \ The following couple obtained a marnase license loday from the ol- ficc of .Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker, county clerk: John Banks. Jr.. ol Sj>imi:[it-Id. III., and Miss Annie Tavlor ol Sandusky, ill. Pfc, flex Griffin is spending 30 days here with his father, Louis M. Griffin. I'fc. Griffin recently ri'lumed from is months duty In Korea. (ifralil Brent is the name which has Ijcen chosen by Mr. and Mrs. liu-ald Johnson for tliclr second Mil bum March j at Walls Hos- Mrs. ./. C. Ellis and Mrs. James I). Clark lelt thl.s inorninK for Ut- tlr Rank to attend the 25th Arkansas Kiati- Aisentbly of lhe DaiiBh- l«-s of lhe American Colonists at . Hotel Marlon. Mrs. Kills will give j the Invocation at tile initial session m the morning; nnd as state clinp- | ;en-ices. Mrs. Clark, as state prcsi- r tli-iit of the officers ulllb. tonight ' will preside at the offirrrs club illn- rn- at (lie hotel :in<i in lhe session tomorrow morning will give the re- .ipo.-l«p. A musical program Ls plan- in il InnlBht following tlie dinner "lid t)ii? activities tomorrow will be- xiu with R breakfast. Hie ijci-. Bcrnnrcl Flraekin is in Memphis Icday cm business. T, Hat. E L. Pinion is visiting lierc with his parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Louis I'inmn niter recently returning from 18 iiiuiilhs duty In Korea. The group will simml tlie weekend In Meridian Mi:s., and T/Sgt. iMnlon ivill report to Wnrner-Rnbbins airbase at Ma- coii. Cla,. and Mr. and Mrs. Pinion will return home. Miss Luella Barnes is 111 at her home on Dougan street. Guosts Address Circle Members in Dover Home Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Mrs. Harry Brooks and Mrs. Darrell Swane-r were guest.s Tuesday night with memljers of the Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist Church when Mrs. Mtno Dover was hostess to the group at. her Parkway Avenue liritne. Mrs, Theluia Atkins presided over the session and Minnie Foster dm'ctcrl the home missions program Mrs. Johnson discussed. "We Are Well Able" and was assisted by Miss Foster, who gave Ihc devotional. "That We Know the Outreach of the Home Mission Board" was discussed by Mrs. swaner preceding Mrs. Brooks, address. "We Are Able." Testimonies of missionaries and the talk, "A Trip to the Riverfront" given by Miss Foster preceded the closing prayer, by Miss Ruby Brown. Refreshments wore served. Coming Events Thursday High School and Junior High School PTAs have Joint sturty course at home economics cottage beginning at 7:30 p.m. Euzclian Class of First Baptist Church had 7:;io n m meeting at home of Mrs. W. R. Ocnning. 721 Korlheast Parkway. Mrs. Lillian Frank and Miss Melha Prycr entertaining with a p.m ! hrldcp party at Pryor home on Chlckasawba Avenue feting bride-' cleel. Miss Mary Sne Crafton. i Duplicate Bndqc League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30. Trmily B.iptist circles One and T»-o rnnfiniie week of Prayer program al the church at 2:30 p.m. PBO Chapter "N" has 2 p.m. meet- nig at home of Mrs. R. H. Klrby. Air*. .J.irk Webb hostess to ' La Fluff so Club Frldu- Contract Club meets with Mrs, Loyd Whutakor. Satiirday Infnimal dnnclnn at Country Club brginnihs at 9 p.m. Mrs. ,). M. Walls anil Mrs. Ralph Nkliol;. ciitcnaining Miss Mary Sue Crafton wiih morning parly. TJOffcri l)i-[d".e at fJotel Nnble honoring Miss Mary Sue Crafton THTOSPAT, MARCH 8, 19N Smart Girl Unaware Dell School Honor Roll for Fourth Six Weeks of Year Is Announced Students attaining positions on I by Henderson Dickie 0 . (hc honor roll of Dell school fo: the fourth six weeks of the current school year today was announced by A. E. Caldu-ell. school superintendent. First grade—Shirley Blair Don Bowman. Charles Bynrs. Joan cook, Franklin Eubanks. Jack Oarrett. Honnfe Lee Gripes. Thomas Hat- Icy, Brendn Harris, Maria jauncz. Mary Ann Kirk, Billy Keener, Frankle Lewis, Don Allan Liggett, y,". 1 :;' Virginia Korner, Linda Kar Phillips, sue Rsmey, Donna Kay Sanders. Mary Kay Stevens Jimmy Lynn Tidwell and Glenda 1 hompson. Third grade — Louise Ballard, r M n"" nrownlcc . Kathye Ann Caldwell. Janett .Donahue. Bonnfo Sue Hall. Sandra Keener. Janice Russell, Shirley Kay Rhoads Bettv Lou Tucker, and Selma Dean Wll . >u j "" B " de Gloria fvforgan. Manuela Piiente Sue Nicholas, Joe Newsum. Larrv i T ™ l "'n "'I"" ~ Mary Crawford, Ryalls, Domiie Ray Tucker, and i J /f " ra °™»!">:- Anita Hindi, Linda Jewclline, Tucker j Jo>cc K «lmg and Sammle Lee Second grade — Ruth Abbott. Sammy Blackwood. Tommy Ca C: I LOUR. Hackwood. Billy Boyd, Filth grade - Shirley Ballard Ihoun, Harry Cook Liicv Lar ry Jackson, Janet Phillips Lin-' Jrawfortl. Larry Douglas. Jim Gill i <la Simpson, Elizabeth Tidwell Bil- 'ulie Gome?., Malcolm Griffin. Jr.. ly Jae Turney and Jean Wlllb'anks 'liirln. I T_11I_ .-,_ . .... . _ ' GivtU ~. 1- »>i _ "*"•"»* JIWJ». Clyde Hollis,' Peggy HalbVook,' "BOD- Seventh grade - Patsy Burford, - --,- , „ „„,„„..., „,, ™?. C<!S Carncr. Hiison Harris, Gall tlcles at once, wheel tables for I and c »rols'n Snoll. msferring food and dishes from] .k'^Mh grade— Irma Ballard. Syl- chcn to table and back, laundry ^ a B yars. Carolyn Jar-kson. Sheiby -'---• Keeling and Loretta Slgman Ninth grade — Maureen Dobbs, Patsy Garrett. Noble Bill, Lavorne "he Young Women's Association of Trinity Baptist Chinch last night, presented the Annie Armstrong Week of Prayer program at lhe church, with Miss Bernicc Overman as leader, Miss Juanita Overman gave the devotional and program participants were Alberta Sadler. Belly. Unison. Mary Lou Sawyers ami Ruby Heiison. Prayers were oflcrcd thiriiiB the evening by .Mrs. a. w. Woolen and Mrs. Janice Kelly. By UOUOTIIY ROE Associated Tress Women's Editor If Mom suffers from backache, bad temper and housemaid's knee, It might be a toad Men to send lier lo an industrial engineer Instead of a doctor. by College Professor "Commandments li^t of 10 Housewives": for Commandments Cited 1. Make a list of your household jobs. Check those most tu-inq and I time consuming and figure out mats, paper napkins and so on. Combine Jobs 4. 1 Combine your jobs bv using equipment for multiple handling, such as trays lo carry a mlmber ol articles at tra: kit. carts and so on. 5. Do as much of your work as possible sitting down. Adjustable r-mni? boards make it possible lo it while you iron. Kitchen counters and work tables should have stools or chairs of proper height. G. Have the utensils you use at caeh work center wtihin'easy i-eai-h. 7. Store electrical equipment at place of use. You don't have to put everything out of sight, Your kitchen is a workshop. H. Duplicate equipment if you u.-e it in several places. For Instance, have a measuring cup at the sink and also one at the mix center. Keep a-broom, rlustmop and clean- in" supplies upstairs as well as down. 0. Do something with both hands at once. Lift muffins from pan two at a time, take two cups., at once from rack. If you are cutting green beans, cut a whole handful on your board. 10. Arrange all your"work to progress in one direction—from pan to mix center to stove, wtih no waste motions. Dishwashing should be arranged on a production line basis, usually from left to right. Sixth grade-Patsy Brown, Linda fears. Linda Loveless. Larrv Moody. Jerry Pceples. Frank Sle- mm. Gloria Fay Tweedle. and Jo Ann Walters. and Tenth grade — Donald Barnes. Jimmy Chandler. Carole Aim Ladner and Billy Shellon. Eleventh grade—Cecil Ashabran- ner.and Frances Ballard Twelfth crade—Melba Champion Jein Martin, Ernest Shelton and Sally Tate. Sprinkle a cake with a liltle flour when first it comes from the- oven to help keep lhe icing from running off. Tablels are ^ adult dose. N"o need to break them. Buy it today. 50 tablets SSc. Dr An expert in ihesc mailers I Orpha SJae Thomas, associate ,.._ fesFOr of home economics at Tearh- cr.5 1 Collese. Columbia University, who combined household science n-ith ejiRineeriiig for tier Ph. D. ami low teaches future teachers how to easiest way. !alvary Circles Present Special Program at Chinch j a ° D \ hi "^ 0 ^ Circles Three and Four of Calvary household shu _ v „ ,„.„ Baptist Church last night presented an assembly line plan, and den™, lhe Annie Armstrong Week of Pray- | strates how It can be clone with or program at the church's weekly j — prayer meeting. I r Group singing and a prayer led j LoiintI'V Club Set Plans by Mrs. Jack Attaway opened the I c. n * rr c program, which was directed by j '-'^g DUnei OUpper .Mrs. Hubert Pofcgrovc. A devotional' was given by Mrs. Ellen Conley and I A st;! S buffet supper will be given j participants were Mrs. Jim Ross.! tomorrow night for members of tlie Mrs. Leland Hodge. Mrs. Howard! Country club sel. Supper will be ed. simplified or combined. For instance, says this expert, new detergents make it possible to eliminate dish-drying, stainless steel tabel- ware for every day use eliminates silver polishing. Seersucker fabrics cut down ironing. -• Survey your kitchen and rear- believes thai every ! raa S e it in work centers. You will shonltf be organized'oil ' intl i' 011 1 "»'"c a mix center, where . . CaldK-cl! and Mrs. Polsgrove. sen-eel at the club at 7 p. m. and . . . Prayer closed lhe special pro- • fallowing the meal, movies featuring gram after which nn offering was : Sol' stars Sam Snead and Patty taken. lier" will be shown. 7T— — - — -— ----- M.-mi>ers planning lo attend the Miss Jane Wilson and MIS.S Vivian Jaj'Ior hosle-acs. , most of your baking and food preparation is tjotie: a cook center, which is the stove; a cleanuo center, which is tlie sink unit, if .- O .j can't move the big equipment.' tt least move small toots and supplies to the center a here they are used Vour electric mixer, boivls. flo'ir, sugar, shmtcning, spices, mixine spoons and packaged mixes shojld be stored at the mix center, pref-r. ably next to the refrigerator, where you are In essy reach of milk, butter, eggs, and such. 3. Simplify your work by buying things ncedin" n minimum of care • ut thTi KltnlUlc way mar ovoid .Mowing momKly "nerve." Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission !lc & liOc At All Times Sold (,. f'HAS. S. LEMONS. Furniture. THURS.-FRI. I'Al. MTKS 2 For I lie Price of One 2 Keel torncdy & Cartoon event have been asked to make res- and preparation, such as packed _!! 1 1 ""!^11H C Clllb - mixcs ' irnw " f ™ds. plastic, place Maple \vilh Cobra Trim liluc, Grey with -*. > lire fas "advertised In Lift «^5 I-ilac Multicolor IJIue-Hcd Multi- S#0£ A li.iunlingly soft and lovely color in a new collcclion of jtylcs l>y Amoriran Girl . . . for yon, now . . ami here, Uptl, Green, I.ilac, & Xavy Kid 6.95 FAMILY SHOE STORE 6=i==Phone 2342^^312 W. Listen (o KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. liox Office I'honc 2732 — Office I'lione G99S Box Office Opens at 1:45 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday • Television Lounge • Cry Uooms • Every Seat a Choice Scat • Smoking hoge The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2,50 Thursday & Friday -\ The battle of Texas... and the battle of the -E X T R A ——— Paramount News & Selected Shorts ML'SKJUl/ & STAGE F1J1GHT Ritz Guests to See "Lone Star" Miss Pa My June Davis • Mrs. Kssie Davis .Mr. A- .Mrs. Frank Grisby & Daughter COMING NEXT WEEK INVITATION with Van Johnson, Dorothy McGuire, Ruth Roman I'HOXK CAI.I, KRO.M A STUANGiiK—Carv ,Merril. Shelley Winters WKST\\'Ai?n THE WOMEN with Robert Taylor, Dcnise Darccl tOMING SOON: HKI.I.K, OF NEW YORK with Tred Astaire. Vcr.i Ellen in Technicolor HOOTS MAI.O.XE with William Hnlden VIVA XAI'tJTA with Marlon Brantlo, .lean 1'etera BEND OF THE RIVER in Technicolor with JAMES STEWART, Julia Adams

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