The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
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BLYTHEVTLLE. (ARK.V COURIER NEWS . (? . 4 G>ocie2u Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Plan Tea for 'Woman of the Year' The F. E. Black home o;i We.stj Stewart. Mrs, j«ck Owens, Mrs. Main Street will be the setting! Everett Peterson and Mrs. March 30 for a tea honoring t h e | Hodge. Mrs. Dick Watson ami "Woman of [he Year" who will be j Miss Prances Bright make up the •-'--•-•• by Blytheville citizens this [table decoration committee and Jimmy smothermon. Mrs. BSP Chapter Meets in Home Varied business projects last night wfrp discussed by members of the I Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Si^ma Bm and h ' ' "™ ' weekend. Undrr the jt|x»i5or.«>i>j> of the Al- . pha Alpha and Alpha Delta chapters of Beta Sigma Phi, the annual nominations for the selection will ond Saturday, affording to Mrs. Robert Lips comb. Alpha Al- Mrs. Jo.'eph MoHancy tor which Mrs. Blake Polly was hostess at her 9th Street home. Mrs. Robert Lipscomb. chapter president, conducted the session of in charge of (he 16 members with Mrs. ,. • J -...-„- --.tin.- io mcmoers wnn Mrs. Koy ro 7n sr ™" 8 < m ™;-< Th r,l, C ", 5 ; Klr ^. recording secretary/and Council of Beta Sigma Phi will i Mrs. Pon> . Darb mrKS! ; m ^ ne send the Invitations. secretary, opening the meeting with Composing the icceli-ing line will reports. of! A round table discussion of ftna •' •'—-•- **•>" •••"">•" .*.>,nn ... -^ ..*..,. 1^,1,. i.ui..<>ji, jjii^uivjii. ui < A round table discussion of final pha chapter president. Those wish- the City Council of Beta Sigma ; plans for the "Woman'of the Year" in?'to make nominations may list j Phi; the "Woman of the Yrar;" project followed after which a trip ^ »,iiin<, I><>IIJMIIII,>JII..> inn) 11.^1 * in, uji- WIHUHII oi me xrar; project followed after which a trip their candidates qualifications and | Mrs. Robert Lipscomb. Alpha Al- to Kennedy Veterans Hospital In -'send them to pest office box 386. no pha Chapter president: Mrs. w. H j Memphis, the club's major project, lutcr than Satiirriny Mrs Ltitiscomb n'Wr*r»f** nr/»ciHmit «f A I^K-, rinUn'nf t\tn ,.**.„ .,,„_ _i . T _ *, said. Guests wilt be rcreivert from 2:30 till 5:30 p m. and composing the food committee will bn Miss Polly •fe. prcMrtcnt of Alpha Delta | r>f the year, was planned for Sun- ,J^«, MARCH 19, 1552 Bits of News Max Walker, who is a student at Cbamborlin-Hunt Military Academy. Port Gibson, Miss., in the spring holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. William Bnrkcrt, Jr., spent yesterday and toriay as guests of Mrs. Burkerl's .sister. Mrs New Spring Hat Creation Reflects 'Ike'Movement NEW YORK W>-Here'£ the new spring hat creation for lady supporters of Oen. Dwight D. Eisenhower: 'A light blue faille pillbox beret, with red faille plpine and a red ribbon cockade on the left front, decorated with an "I Like Ike" button. Designer Sally Victor made up hower. It sells for $S. New Invention Tells If Seams Gf Lady's Stockings Are Even READING, Pa. W>— Good news | corative line"—not a seam—down for the girls. the front of the stocking, from No more stooping, twisting and t Ihe knee to the ankle, will in- turning. No more one-leg balancing! dicate the position of the rear acts. Now milady can tell if (hose! scam. It's as simple as that. Wilson PTA Conducts Study Courses This Week chapter; Mrs. W. J. PoiJard. Mrs. | day. Mrs. Polly. Mrs. Jnck Owens Springs visited another daughter, F. F,. Black. Mrs. W. S. Johnstai ! and Miss Vcra Goodrich were] Mi's. H. S. Cald',vell, and Mr. Cald- anti Mrs. H. C, Allen, sponsors ol! named chairmen for the planned ' well. Dr. and Mrs . . the chapters. Reception at Riley B. Jones Home Is Given for Concert Pianist Seventy-five North Highway 61 home ol Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jone.s last mirht to extent! congratulations to Miss Jean Grahfmij concert pianist, who performed in Blytheville under the auspices of the Civic Music Association. A spring yellow theme was chosen for the occasion and bouquets of gladioli and jonquils in the chosen tone marked the reception and en- bow] frmn called at the stock centered the rcfre.shmenL tertaining rooms. A gleaming silver table which was llhimlnalfrt hy yellow tapers In silver candelabra. Mrs. Jim Crafton presided at (he punch bowl and Mrs. W. L. Horn- pr served the cake. Assist in(i Mrs. Jcnes were Mrs. C. M. Smart. Mrs. Lloyd Stirkmnn, Mrs. L. E. OM, Jr.. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, Mrs. Roy T. Baglcy and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Out-of-town guests were Mr- and Mrs, Carl Fender of Kansas City, chairmen for the planned community stunt n ighl to be spon- of by the chapter. Mrs. Polly led a piogram aub May 6 Pounder's Day banquet were suggested. Mrs. Roland Bishop look the door pri/e and the hostess served refreshments. vacation In Hot springs. P. W. Shazt and Mr. and Mrs. C. Hanson were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway, They were e-n route to their homes in Helena alter having been in Cairo, *"• WILSON — "Building of Healthy Judge and Mrs. V. G. Holland ' Personalities" In the school ace and returned last night from a three- ! adolescent series is the topic of the week vacation trip io Brownsville, | study courses of the Wilson Parent Texas, Greenville, Miss., and noli Teachers Association being con- Spr'.ijn.i. In Greenville, they visited i ducted this wrek. The initial mcct- thelr daughter, Mrs. R. P. Whit- In? was yesterday and another is imglon and family, and in Mot j Planned for Friday afternoon from •>,,„>,,„.. i to 3 p.m. at the Baptist Church to climax the study courses by tlie PTA for this school year. >1rs. t . ..,..,„., ,111-, Kvo-ii'ht<in Lovett is study course the birth of their fourth i chairman, In the school age series, vester- cl-iv afternoon, Mrs. Krt Williams led the discussion, assisted bv Mrs. John Q. F.lliott an- Baptist Circle Meets In E. M. Eaton Home th. Eiciit members ol the First Bap' i?!'i" rc i h ,"" 5lncM Women's Cir- hZ, ,\, V "1, entcrtained In I nounce child, a daughter. Sunday tn'irnlng at Walls 'She'has been named Elizabeth Ann. Mr and Mrs. O. U. Ifubbcrstart of Rouchestcr. Minn., were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Kmi risen. They were en route to Jacksonville. Florida to loin tbrir daughters, Miss F.liz-ibeth Habbcistad .if Clarrlc Dye. Mrs. Gene Smith. Mrs. D. D Cash, Mrs. Hudson Wren. Mrs. Glen Wheeler and Mrs. Maury Upton. Mrs. Alm.i Harnacn will lead Ihe discussion In the adolescent series. , ,\,, '"• E ' Cobalt. Canada and Miss neat rice ! Thursday nftcrnonn. She will be as- Habherstad of Pouchkcepsie, NY. j sited by Mrs. B. F. Boylcs. Mrs. Al- Mrs. H. C. Blakcnship motored ! hert Grec-mvll, Mrs. C. D. Price. W. A, Blankonship to Memphis yes- ^ lrs ^ ^- B'lchanan. Mrs. A. E. Clark anri Mrs. J. H. Whitaker. The monthly meeting of the PTA he held Thursday afternoon at terday where he ivjll enter the nap- list Hospital to nnderco surgery. Mr. and Mrs. C'nr! Pcncler arrived brimmed daisies and u'hitel hostess. Dessert Bridge Given in Home A dessert bridge at the E. M. Regenold home at Armorcl yesterday honored Tuesday Bridge Club members and one guest, Mrs. Frank Whttworth. Mrs. Regcnolti was hostess [or the elnb's weekly session, and In the bridge game she took high Bctire honor, with Mrs. Doyle Henderson winning second high. At the Hospitals Blythevlllc HospHal Dismissed: Mrs. J. B. Cooper, Senath. Mrs. Bessie Forrest, City. •* Fit For A Princess Two Guests Meet With Bridge Club Mrs. Gordon C. Russell, and Mrs Jlu «,, O. S. Atkinson yesterday played the meeting bridge with members of La Petite Club, when Mrs. F. E. Utley entertained Bridge. the group with a de lor the occasion an lessert :• f- • j- • Christian Church Group Marriage Licenses home M. . n • tn i . ' ° White limps decorated the home M ~n "• ~"" X VT' f." and In the bridge Has Business-Worship game, Mrs. Utlcy won high score, Mrs. Neal Gesell, second high and Mrs. Russell, brldgo. , Sliest of Mrs. Max O. Usrey, was an out-of-town guest. Mrs. Howard Catdwell Entertains Circle Three . Mrs. Howard Caldwell entertained Circle Three of the Business Women's Circles of Calvary Baptist Church last night and one guest at her home. Mrs. W. T. Cnldwell was the only guest for the. session whlsh opened prayer with stroup singing and by Mrs. Hubert I'olSRrove. Mrs. Howard Cnlriwell gave the evening's devotional and the adjourning prayer was led by Mrs W. T. Caldwcll. i; 8806 \ 10-20 • By Sue Burnett Here is a beautifully fit tins .-undress rut nn .;p\v-r:isy prince.^ lineF- It bu;t:>n s rio\ui Ihe tack. maXins i; =imp!e to ].T,;r.dor. has a tricky b-.w tir a t tho neckhnp. Pattern .N'r> fsDn is ?. seiv-ntr rerfnratcd ]i.ilr^rn in strr.s Ki 12 H. IB. 1R. 20. Size 12. 4'r yard's of 39-inrh. * j For this pattern, srnd 3ttc in COIN'S your n^ir.e, ariare.'.-. o'e de- iirect. ,ir;d ihi> r.ATTEn.V \a.\r- BER to Sue Burnct'. Courier N'ews 375 Qmnry St.. rhicaan. K, m. Basic FASHION tor 'M u filled with ideas to ma',:e ynnr clothes blldtret en furl her- •time-favme and economical desicn- !h.-.t nre to sew. Gift pattern printer] iniide. 25 cents. 6-Table Howcll Movement Played at Country Club A six-table Howell movement last night was played by the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League at the weekly session. TyliiR for first place honors were Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission i)c & 3(lc Al All Times LAST TIA1KS TODAY PA1, MTKS 2 For 1'ricc of One ." £ STORy &\ OF ™ E DANGER "NO THE COMING! Keliey'S Friendly Shoe Store Fridoy, Morch 21 See Thursday's issue of the Courier News for complete information! 2 Heel Comedy & Cartoon THURSDAY & FRIDAY Pal Niles 2 For Ihe Price of One "PEOPLE VS. O'HARA" Spencer Tracy • Diana I.ynn 2 Reel Comedy & Cartoon a,,h, ,u • '. - . ye HUD) Jirown led the discus- M . . jyestorday from their Kansns citv. i 3 p.m. in the school auditorium. The , , ions In the absence" 'of "trie "c'ir'c'le Mo., houscgtlesls of the host and chairman, with Mrs. John Tyrone opening the meeting prayer. Mrs. L. C. Rollison was In charge " the Royal Service program, 'Cuba" which opened with a devotional by Mrs. Dlanch Davis. Assisting with the discuslons were Mrs Travis Brooks, Miss Jewel Lee, Mrs. Tyrone, Mrs. Maurice Luttrell and Brown. Circle praycra closed RefreshmenU were served. [o., home to be of Mr. and Mrs and Mr. anri Mr,'. Mrs. O. N. Forrest ._ at Blytheville Hospital. The Christian Women's Fellow- church for . , , —- Paul W. Fleeman and Mis-s June worship period and sha.steen, both of Manila. business session. :cdlng the 2 p.m. meeting which dlreclcd by \frs. John Burnett the absence ol the president Mrs. Rupert Crnfton. Prater by Mrs. George Barham preceded Ihe worship period which was directed hy Mrs. C. A. Tant. Group leaden' reports highlighted the session which was closed with repeating of the missionary benediction. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Ntrs. p.-W. McCutohcon. Mrs. E. B. Qee"; Mrs. S. E, Tune and Mrs. W. A. Alflick. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs, Eu- penis Jenkins took third honors. You've dreamer! of lovrlirr curves., .ami (lie beautiful lift of IMairlencttc Yntmj figure? f rt a wonderful lift frr>m NTai'icnfiirm's M.iiilrnptlr! Hainlv yrl <o ruivr-rontrnlline, MaiHVnrllr'civr.* suprrh fnppnrt am! ficiirr ;epa ration. Cnmc rlioo^c ynurs loriay! In your fa- vorile fabrics. ..from i.50 •»-r. '' .s.r.i "i. Clara's Shop 419 W. Main houseaucsts 1 Riley B. Jonrs W. a. Cirri. | patient j •me Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ri^ss nn _ I nounce the birth of a son yesterday j morning at Walls Hospital. He h.i's! been named Ricky Marion. They have one other son. Jimmle Ray. ECd five. Mrs. RlEps is the former ,tiss Nina June Llndscv. -- . —. - *..^ '.vll conduct a panel discussion on "Our School— A Coordinating Agency in Our Community." The following couples yesterday obtained marriage licenses at the office of the county court clerk. Horace Edward Wcatherly a n i1 Blytheville. Henry H. Selby and MJS. Robbie Selhy, both-of Manila. stocking seams are straight with out the usual contortions. According to patents issued recently to Alfred E. Ischinger,Read- Ing patent attorney, a new "de- The line, which will terminate in "various design combinations," has another appeal. Ischlnger says the new hose will have a slender- (7inR effect on the legs, Old Joke About Bride's Biscuits Must Go, Thanks to Frozen Foods TODAY'S WOMEN By DOROTHY KOK Associated I'rcss Women's Editor The old Joke about the bride's biscuits is now out of date. The rankest amateur can produce a gourmet meal today in 30 minutes flat, merely by reading the directions on the package. So wide and varied is the current list of ready-to-serve canned, frozen and package foods that the U. S. housewife can take her pick of the secrets of the world's srrat chefs, heat them up in the oven, serve them as her own handiwork and take the bows. Whole Jlral Frozen The whole meal may well come out nf the frozen fcod's cabinet at the local grocery store, savs James Blush, editor of Frosted Food Fields, trade magazine of the industry. Our bride can start with frozen hors d'oeuvres — the kind used to get at the nitz These are Coming Events Thursday Mrs. J, D. Smith entertaining with morning party from 10-til! 13 honoring Mrs. Jesse Odell Barnes, a recent bride. Mrs. Jimmy Keene hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Thursday Rook meets with Mrj. W. B. Mayo. TLE meets with Mrs. J, s. Scrape. Mrs. Ben Mac White entertaining La Nueve. Mrs. M. O. Usrey hostess to Midweek Club GEO anri CIB Club being entertained by Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. Thursday Club meets with Mrs./ Russell Phillips. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday Rebecah Lodge No. 18 has 7:30 p.m. formal party at Odd Fellows members observing and anniversaries in party at home of Mrs. T. A. Folger honoring rlishees of Al- been busy cooking up new recipes. Ihe canned food tycoons have not been idle. Their list of heal-and- serve delicacies Is even longer. Their production in 1S51 a-as !2 billion cans of food, or 146 2-3 cans of fcod for every man. woman and child in the U. S.A. Even Frfi/x^n French Fries The bride who is hep may buy vacuum-canned French fried pota- pha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma toes or onion rings as crisp as if I Phi. flic had labored hours over the Ladies Bible class of First Meth- tleep-fat fryer. These also comeiodist church has 2:30 p.m. meeting -• "- ••- • -- ._-... Hall for birthdays March. Morning trozen. need only to be heated and served. Canned soups offer infinite variety, frcm green turtle to French onion. And of course even a bride knows that the quickest and best way to make any creamed dish Ls to use undiluted cream of mushroom sauf instead of the trickv white sauce. Other labor-saving canned pro- you | ducts available on grocery shelves "'"'include: Whole roast chi'ckens 7,,,,, 7 • ,H j include: Whole roast chickens or ho *nd'" K CV T' S<> P'P'"*! ham*, beef and gravy, hamburgers, n 01 , , H f ? imd l ° ' mpress " 1E corncri tee( h! «h, various noodle Lone Oak Home Scene Of WSCS Meeting The Wesley Memorial Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service yesterday met in the homo of Mrs. J, R. Coleman at j Lone O.Tk for a program-session. , The program, "Laborers Together with God" was under the direction of Mrs. Coteman and partcipatlntj in (he discussions xverc Mrs, J. N. Moody, Mrs. William O'Neal and Mrs. B. W. Stalcup. Following Ihe brief business meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Soap and water will easily wash Ink from varnished nr lacquered surfaces that haven't been waxed. most. Jaded epicure. The soup course misht be Chinese egg drop soup, which needs only to be thawed and heated. The fish course offers a wide variety, from fried shrimp or deviled crabs to lobster newburg. The entree might be prepared chicken a la king and the dessert frozen cheese cake. Ice cream cake rcll or any kind of mit-of-season fruit, from strawberries to fresh peaches, which she may thaw and serve. She may even get frozen concentrated instant coffee. If she wants to" go that far. Frozen Fish Shrimp, crab or lobster in cocktail sauce also Is available in froz- form, as are such things as chicken or beef pot pies, a lone list of stews, a complete line of Chinese foods, from e°g rolls to chow meiri'. Italian ravioli and priz- za and almost anything else vou can think of. "The ultimate goal of the industry." comments Blish. "Ls to freeze everything." While the frozen fcod boys have Listen to 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 "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 Wed-Thurs-Fn! 3 Big Days! THE GREATNESS...THE GLORY...THE FURY... OF THE UNTAMED NORTHWEST FRONTIER! JAMES STEWART- ARTHUR' KENNEDY JUIIA ADAMS- ROCK HUDSON PEX-SIira 1 FJTCHIT •.-.,;-;>xi :-,,«vv»m.^,u Paramount News, Cnrtonn Jt Novell v Reel and spaghetti dishes, an impressive list of such things as smoked shrimp, smoked salmon, anchovies and such, and such exotic vese- tablcs as hearts of articroke and hearts of palm. If she can't, bake an apple, she can buy 'em. There's no longer any need to ask the prospective bridegroom. "Can she cook?" The answer Ls: "She can cook If she can read." EXGT1NG Nf.W -i PERFORMS CA&Pr" at the church. Mrs. A. E. Huntley, Mrs. P, E. Coolcy, Mrs. W. I. Demon and Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, hostesses. Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at home ot Mrs. C. M. Smart. Oirl Scouts and Brownies of Blytheville present annual program of folk dancing and troop dramatics at the high school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. C. L. McWiiters hostess to Friday Contract Club Saturday g Duplicate Bridge, League mecLs at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cnke Walk at Country Club. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores GLAMORENE JW ". l.utk «,. GONE. C»«P(TS 0«Y. ^J, b«»u1y 1'»otm*f.t for yov< rvgt .. . :o*yl eampltrily Di#«»*n*f MO* » < «v»i* 14MM PciJ.h. O«i« GoHo« ippioiimowly Fou, 9,1J ,„,., ., 12 2».. Sail., n.n. br CHA6. S. LEMONS, Fmnilivr* Mmmm...they're afl so /tottering/ So many exciting new colors! So many unusually flattering styles! And they're more than pretly to look ot when they're Jocque/mejl Smooth, period fining, pampering Io the fool, because Jacquelinos are expertly fashioned from only the select, precious-soft bothers. You jusl can't find better valuesl Ritr Guests to See "Bend of the River" .Mr. & .Mrs. t ; (mj s Prndnr Mr. & Mrs. Kalph Merry man & Family .Mr. Wendell Phillips ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE Repairing - Cleaning i21 W. Main

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