The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1952 · Page 4
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FOUR Jane Slielton,. Society Editor <ARK.) COURIER KETTS Phone 4461 Central PTA Officers Named; Mrs. James Terry Is President C«nlral Parent-Teachers Axsocia- j Jts.sc Won officers for J952-S3 yesterday [ M named nt (he monthly meeting ftt the First Baptist Church, with Mrs. James Terry succeeding Mrs, E. J. Cure iw president. T.r,!dr. re-elected Ifaney T. Kidri sivrelary. gave Ihe dcvoiioual ami fullouing the Rev Mr. Rainwater's ritldii'.ss. the third grjule mothers wrc hoMesM'.s lor a in( hour, fn the room count, m- C iv) i»iivimrjn,. MM 1:11 i mm. | It U)i An address, "Faith of Our Chil- j U-mhuice prises WOM» to Hie dren" given by the Rev. Jnrne.s' nf Mr^. Hotly McCLoud with Miss Rainwater, pastor of Ihe First j .Sunshine Swift iiml Mr.s. Ml linn Christian Church, highlighted t he) Fntrjfcs 1 rooms tloing for honors. program session. ' The PTA prayer by Mr.s. Curt opened the general SONS ion following the Executive Hoard tr.fi-fing and others selected to serve in t h o cowing school year were Mrs. Lloyd Sirlckmon. vice president; Mrs, John Burnett, treasurer, and Mr. Mrs. :Entertains Club Bits of News l Thrifty Play Clothes Shasta dnlsle.s formi><l Ihe I' dal ttrxien for (lir dinlUK tatjh' the Chudr-K Hrjse home »t Koscl when Mrs Rose enter- ' of E. K Sllll lilts rflurniMl I r o m I'lyiiiiiuili, H. C. where lie hail been on a busine.vi tup. He was accompanied home by his inuitier. Mi, J. A. Still o! St'naUjbia, Mi.=.s., who Kill remain lor a visit. Mr. anil Mr.s. Henry O. Mui'ry, Jr.. announced Hie birth of IL dHlighter. Majry Lou, .March Ifj In nn Alexandria, La., ho,[>ilal. Mrs Mmrry and daughter will return to their home in LeCeiba, Central America In two montlis to Join Mr. M'.iery. Mr. and Mi.s. Caul MeNally Mill w from their h o in e MABCH Sue Burnett Octet your tiny tot.s alike In these |)pr»ctlc»l clothes lor fun out ol *»n. E»ch piece requires a mlnl- |[ mum ot fabric— playsult Riul over|i»Us trt suitable for a girl. loo. P»tl«m No. 8141 Is a sew-rilc . perforated pattern In sizes 3, 3, 4. 5. : •, «, 10 jre»r«. Size 3, dress, l',4 yanls L of 39-Inch; piinlles, % ynrd; sim- ||wit, 1 yard; overalls, is yards. F"or thU pattern, send 30c in PCOINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, l»75 Qulncy St., Chicago 6. III. Bend 25 cents today for your copy . »f Basic FASHION '52. It shows you how to make your wardrobe do 'double duty with economical, lime- •aving styles. Gift pattern printed in :i'.'e. 25 cents. , ^frr.,^^^^ hJui'&.c'iiir^K SL«!^ '•r^T ^"-^Su Miirrill ltob,i!«oi) VH-C H,pi '"•'" t; ' hi v ' 1 """ 1 '" 1 !•- a putH-iu. (..i..^,, ' i-I ulyUievilic llu>:]):uil a,ier liaunaj silllrrud a lirokcn kul'f in a lall.l Her riinuilitcr, Mrs. Itolji-rt Iw.ve ol Jonr.'buro is v.uh lit.'r. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ii. Jlodaf. Sr., ic- lilrnuci last ni«lu tionl a uct-k'.s va- riHion In Ulbbock, Trx . whi'l'e they v.ere the gm'j.t.s i:l llnir .son, rt. B. Ilotlse. Jr.. MIA. Ho<ise ;nici H, is. Hodse. 111. Mr. llodse is a «u- llenl, ill Texas Tech. Mrs. Hoduo and son accojiipanird tlinn home to .sjicnd a ivcek willi lur iiai-ciit.i. Mr. antl Mr.s. W. M. Hayne.s nml brother. Dill. Hilly Held, son of Mr, and Mrs. Tommy neld h 111 at his home, 2U3 Carolyn <iuc to nuunps. St. l.ouls, . Illaik and Mrs clnh 1 ! An Imported elotli overlaid tli» diiiina table rur the 1 pin. alfair and in the liriii^e [>-'nie bo!lowii;ir. Mrs. Black v.on hii{li score, will! Mrs I,, K, Old, Jr.. takinp second lllBll. Club Eight, Guests Meet SI'KINO <;OSTl-M*:s CHOSEN I.-QK STYLE SlIOW-Monibeis of the lollipop .set who will model in the benefit style show March 25 which is under the sponsorship of Temp'e j ,,. t | Sisterhood are choosing their Spring ensembles lor the 7:30 p.m. .show al Hotel Noble Shown dieted in suggested Spring styles from the Tot shop are left lei i-U!ht. Hul-y Kay Keelej-. Jimmy DeH, II. uild SU.HJI Cm- Gn^by. Civr.tions Ircun Jietlel's nlso will be modeled. (Courier New., ]-li[,tu)° Club KlKht llU'lnbr-rs nnrl three Cticsts ynsterday met at the home of Mrs. n. O. Allen for an afternoon of plavliiR brictse. Carnations marked the entertaining room In which Ihe club and cucsts, Mrs. Vernon Thonina- siiti. Mrs. Bob I.ORan and Mr.s. Jim Rlc.lil \vere scnlecl. ' ^^rs. I.ogan took lop honors in the hrldne Kamc. with Mrs. Charlrs iMiKslon wtnnliiK second hlch and Mrs Otto Scrape, brldno. Refreshments M'ere served. Mrs. Loy Welch Is Club Guest Mrs. I.o.v Welch ivus the onlv xnest, yeslerdiiy with members of - v the Town r\nd Conntrv Club when I v " lli ' >%llvli: ilu ls H r>mnenv auer Mrs. James n. Clark* wns hoste.ss I niwm S been the. .Spring holid.ij- at her home for the weekly session i S"est of Mr. Allen's mother. Mrs. of playing bridge. ' | RIvcs Allen. Mr. Allen has been Jonquils decorated the enterlnln- '; visiting in Webster Droves. Mo.. •- room In which the small Inbles "' . Mr. mid Mr.s. K. D. F«i;uson left today for Cajie Clrurdcnu. Mo, wlure Mr. FerRuson will attend the Missouri Southern Lumbermen's A.wociaUon. Mrs. FcrBUsou will be the guest of Mrs. William FI . c ,on, Mr. nud Mrs. George M. l.ee and tlielr Kucst. Mrs. Eslelle, An- lliony ol Cblcngo and Charles Cramer of Ultle Rock have returned from n three-week vacation and lour of California points of Interest. R. C. Allen and his guest t o ft yesterday for Vnnderbilt, Nashville, where he Is a student after Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee was honored Tuesday when Mrs. K. D Ferguson ,lnd Mrs. George G. Hubbard were hostesses at the lluiibard home on West Main with a luncheon. Adding a Spring note was the cluster of red carnations and tulips centering the table at which the eight gue.sts were seated. Informal entertainment followed luncheon with the hostesses' presenting tile honoree with H gift. Coming Events | Luncheon Honors jChicago Visitor Chi'.'aL'o visitor, Mr.s. E-.tcllp An- uujn.L.u-e iiiiu^e j^eag Ihony. who Is the housenuost, of Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Rich Home Cooking Probable Source Of Many of the World's Illnesses er 's! Thursda By DOROTHY ROE (AP Womtn's Kdilor) , Long-suffering "Mom" takes it on the chin again—tills time from a noted nutritionist, Carlton Fredericks, who claims that many of the worlds Ills, from bad temper to ulcers, may he caused by Mom's home cooking. In his new book. "Eat, Live and Be Merry," Fredericks says that Mom's fried potatoes and apple pie, may be over a period of years, as lethal a do: - as any ever dished out by Lucrctta Borgia. Many Ills . Americans suffer from a multitude of ills, says Fredericks citing the American Medical Association's statement that out of every 1,000 Americans over 15 years of a«c, !)76 v.'ill have some trace of anpniia, obesity, tuberculosis or any of 20 other common ailmcnU, Many of Gosnell Methodisl \VSCS~ M?ets in Cook Homo Eleven members o[ the Gofnell i Methodist Women's 'Society ufj Christian Service met nt the Damon Cook home on Birch Street last night. Mrs. Cook, president, conducted the scv.ion which opened with a ! rii-volii.nal by Mrs. Clyde I'ov.ler. i Mrs. 8. W. Suilcup led in prayer preceding the business session !n[ v.'iuch various officers' duties were; discussed. Prayer by Mrs. Woodiow Cook preceded the social hour in which i efteshments were served. these, he claims, could be prevented or eliminated by correct diet. This author Is director of the Institute of Nutrition Research, member of many technical societies ami a former university instructor in the chemistry of food and nutrition. He gives this advice to housewives who would feed their families well. lluie™ Suggested The first, which undoubtedly will please all husbands, is. "I.ady. lay off the leftovers!" St;*le food, says Fredericks, never has the nutritional value of freshly cooked food. So cook only enough for one meal, and if there's anr Veft. f»*d It to Hi. *«. lie advUes serving u muolt food as po&sible, such frulU and green Baladi. Don't overcook either or meats, as this Is another con* mon method o( killing off vitamin*. Pork is the only meat wlilch mils* be well-done to be digestible. Most others are better undercookcd than overcooked. Use butter as cooking fat. It'i loaded with vitamins. Cook vegetables rapidly in covered pans and serve immediately, saving the "(:oJ liquor" for soup* or sauces. Proper attention to correct diet, says Fredericks, has been known to restore color to gray halr r smooth out wrinkles from facei, restore health and good tiumor to people suffering from "psychosomatic" ills, bring back the Joy o( living to chronic complaitiers. Du gue plays I'rlcli... Rebeeah Lodge No. 18 has 1:30 P.m. formal parly iu Odd Fellows Hall for members observing anniversaries in birthdays and j.Mn irch. were set up and In the bridge game, Mrs. C. Modin^er won hi^h score, with Mrs. Clark Inking second high. been - Webster Groves, and St. Louis and was accompanied to niythevllle Tuesday by his Ki:est. Miss Mary Lawrence Salgen of Webster Groves, also a VnnderblU student and Mrs. Raymond Fowler of St. Louis, who is remaining for a visit with Mrs Allen. Ben Kenneth Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Yoimg Is confined to his home due to measles. Tom Walls left today for Vanderbilt. Nashville, after bavins '" I;i i spent the spring holidays here as Mrs. Harold Permcmc.r and baby, Ruest of his parents. Dr. and Mrs J. M. Walls. Mrs. A. H. Olsen and son. Artie, will leave, tomorrow nf^bt for New BraunsselsT^Tex., to Join Lt. Olsen. who is stationed al Randolph Dessert Bridge Honors Group The Pine Room of the Dixie Plq last nlKht, was the scene of a dessert bridge entertaining High Two Club members and two quests, Mrs. James Ncbluit and Mrs Harry Hradley. Mrs. Sam Haynes took high score honors In the bridge game, with Mrs. Elbert Johnson winning second high. At the Hospitals \Vall> Ilospll.il Dismissed: Mrs. James Sadler find babv, Ty' Sleele Mrs. P. E. Wldner. Cits- Mrs. E. I,. Rices and baby, Rt. •{ Mrs. lx>iwi nurrls. City Mrs. Leo Hale. City Surprise Party Honors Couple ing burning i The Mrd wedding anniversary o! The honorei Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee was «1 with gifts. marked Sunday by a surprise din- ! - .......................... — ' ------ Morning party at home of Mrs. T. A. I'olger honoring rusiices of Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta siema. Phi. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist, Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the church. Mrs. A. E. Hmitley, Mrs. P. E. Coolcy, Mrs. W. I. Denton and Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, hostesses. Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m luncheon meeting at home of Mrs C. M. Smart. Girl Scouts and Brov.-nies of Blytheville present annual program of folk dancing and troop dramatics at the high school auditorium at, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. C. L. McWalers hostess to Friday Contract Club- Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets, at Hotel N'oble at 1:30 p.m. Cake Walk at Country Club. friends. Red and white gladioli termed the center design for the serving table which was Illuminated by tripled branched ciuidelabra holding burning red tapers. The honored couple was shower- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 3c & .'iOc Al All Times THURSDAY S: FRIDAY i'al Nitea 2 Ji'or the I'rice of One "PEOPLE VS. O'HARA" Spenclr Tracy • Diana Lynn 2 Heel Comedy & Cartoon OPEN FOR BUSINE . . . marked Sunday by a surprise dinner party at their home given by Air Force Base near San Antonio. to make their home for two inimlhs. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Baker announce the birth of a daughter. this morning at Walls Hospital! She has been named Janet El!/.- nbeth. They have a son, Bruce .Mnn. FAMILY SHOE STORE ==^======g312 W. Main phone B. . Navy Rliie Kid A. Lipstick Red Kid Kl;u'k Patent Leather \Vhilo Linen (Pyealilo) 6.95 B. Xavy rshie Kirt Lilac Kid Red Kid Black r'atent C 6.95 \Voo<!latul Navy Blue Kid Lipstick Red Kid I'ui'lilo Kid 6.95 "RO\V-I>OC:KI:T- by BETTY MART- TOKO in Spring Mills Sli>fori«d BrojJ- ctoth. Hii.ct Povkcts accented by a trim bow on A billowy skirt nuke iliij drcs* • {.ulnon lvi»lilij;lil. In N.ivy, Citron. Rose. Green Jnil Grey. Si/cs 10 to IS. §95 *', Listen to KLCN al 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 "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 * Thursday & Friday THE GREATNESS...THE GLORY...THE FURY... OF THE UNTAMED NORTHWEST FRONTIER! JAMES STEWART-ARTHUR KENNEDY JULIA ADAMS-ROCK HUDSON 5 ||^END OF THE RIVER <• Para mount News, Cartoon & Novelty Reel Ritx Guests to See "Bend of the River" .Mr. & Mr.s. Louis Proctor Mr. & Mrs. Kalpli Horryman & Family Mr. Wendell Phillips COMING NEXT WEEK BOOTS MA1.0NK with William Holden and Johnny Stewart HK.l.l.i; OK \K\V YORK in Technicolor — Kred Astaire and Yora Kllcn VIVA XAI'ATA wilh Marlon Hrniuln and Jean 1'elers COMING SOON PANDORA AM) T1IK FLYING IM'TCHMAN fn Technicolor with JAMES MASON and AVA GAKIINKK MI : T1NY with Patric Knowles and An);ela l.ans- liury A.MKKIC'AN IN PARIS in Technicolor wilh Gene Kelly and Leslie C,aron IU-;n S'KIKS OF MONTANA in Technicolor wilh Richard \Vidmark & Consignee Smith PRIDF, OF ST. LOUIS wilh Dan Daily and Joanne Dm. *'

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