The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1953 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Dinner Party at Masonic Temple 'Precedes Initiation Ceremony A dinner party at the Masonic Temple last night honored past matrons »n<i patrons of the Order ol the Eastern Str.r lo precede the Initiation services In which the imembership degree «ta conferred •upon Mrs. O. C. Bartholomew. • Mrs. Dale Horn, associate worthy matron gave the welcome to the guests. The selected Ea.stfin theme u'as highlighted In the handmade place icards nnd favors used and com- Ijiletlng the dinner feUing were- pas- ilel tone blo,-*om.s arratipcd In greenery. Mr. and Mrs. f. E. Scott. Mrs. Burks Jlnrker, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Alley. Mrs. Eurl Damon and Mrs. Elmer Norman composed the hrxiUs anfl hostesses committee for the nrfaston. Gifts were presented the P.'Lit Matrons and Patrons from the chapter followed by the Initiation ceremony. Mrs, W. - L Walker served as chiiirman of the decorations committee. IParties Continue iFor Mrs. Barnes Fifty-live guests gathered Monday night at Emmanuel Baptist Church at Half Moon to shower j miscellaneous gifts upon Mr. and] Delphians Have Discussion Meet Mrs, J. W. Rnyder led tbe pro- grnm, "The Totnl Personality- Infancy nnd Childhood" Oils morn Ing at the somi-rnonthly session o: [}ie Deltoninn Chapter of the Dei Mrs. Jesse Odell Barnes. Mrs. j Barnes was until her March Bth| ptija»_ Society. marriage, Miss Lottie Pearl Stilwell Mrs. Claude Duncan, Miss Mary iJovce Needham and Miss Jo Ann. [Richardson were hostesses for thcK'CorgR Dillahunty who spoke on, ' occasion. sion ai Kendall "Place in rhc 10 a.m. sc: Hotel Nobte were ,\V" ; Berry, who discusser! of Parents" nnd Mrs. Bits of News America's Pet Peeves Are Cited; Misleading Advertising Tops List By CYNTHIA I.OWKY AP Newftfcalurps Writer I've been collecting hoofs and pel >eves for the. last couple of weeks, and making special notes when they coincided with my own, Here's a representative handlul: Stores advertising leather handbags and fur coats, which list In bold black print the prices -- but without adding on that 20 per cent federal tax. I know the stores don't like the tax, hut neither do 1. However, to us purchasers it repie- | d-jj-j; sents part of the purchase price, i and when we discover later that ; we've overlooked the small print j nr nthrrwisr pn.'h the plot ahead "plus federal tax." the most pleasant emotion we feel is annoyance— was held on "Choices and Consequences." Mrs. J. T. Garrott SPOKO on "In* fnmy .Sexuality" and Mrs v O. W, Coppcdge closed the program u-ith the topic line." "Importance of Discip- j "Dealing with Infants," f Rosebuds decorated the enter-i * n oppnins discussion iiainlns rooms of the church In which the evening was spent in party games. Mrs. Jess Mostcy and Mr, and Mrs, Barnes were prize winners. After gifts for the couple's home • had been displayed parly foods ware served. For the occasion a navy blue crepe frock worn with harmonizing accessories was chosen by Mrs. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. George Still well and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Barnes, •parents of the couple attended the affair. Continuing the events for Mrs. Dessert Bridge Given at Hotel i Barnes was tbe shower Friday ; nlght at the D. C, Freeman home - for which Mrs. J. B. Fleeinan | ' J and Miss Aleda Freeman were . hostesses.- Mrs. f Barney Barnes, mother of ; Mr. B'ftrnes, and Mrs. Eva Poe I were prize winners In the party games conducted in the .gladioli decorated entertaining room. A corsage of white rosebuds was presented Mrs. Barnes from her hostesses. She chose a two piece ensemble of black and wh\te wUh matching accessories. Party foods were served. Included in the guest list wers moth- So Classic And Smart A dessert bridge at, Hotel Noble yesterday entertained Tuesday BridRB Club members, when Mrs. MRX B, Reirt was hostess for the club'.n weekly session! Mrs. Jesse Taylor took high score i the bridge game, with second Igh going to Mrs. Hlley B. Jones. Two Guests Attend Yarbro HD Club Meeting Fourteen members and guests of (he Yarbro Home Demand ! nnstration Club ycstcrdEiy met at '"*" the club, with Mrs. Helen Willis and Mrs. G. T. Oracey hostesses for the semi-monthly business and social session. Mrs. Gertrude Holimnn, home demonstration tiRCEit and Mrs. Coady Eaton were the club's yupsts and ihe session opened wifh group singing and a devotional by Mrs. Gene McCiune. Household hints we re given to answer the roll call and Mrs. Holiman showed a film on interior decoration. Mrs. Eaton discussed • schemes in. the home and the bus| Iness session was directed hy Mr:;. | Paul Abbott, A prize which was given by Mrs. Er,ton was won by Mrs. Milton Bunch, The hostesses served refreshments. _ayette Shower Given in Home Mrs. George Hlgplngton of Chl- igo. who is visiting relatives In Blythevtllf^ was honored with, R ley- tie shower Friday night at the home of Mrs. Lmira Flnke. Mrs. Lawrence Young was co- 0ste-s%s for the event. Boun.iieU of mciulLs and hyacinths added a Ipring touch to the entertaining rooms. In which the guests were catcd. Mrs.G.S.Atkinson s Club Guest Mrs, Gejin S. Atkinson yesterday was the only guest with La Petite members when Mrs. Arthur Vanr'p entertained at her Armorel hnme with a dessert bridge. Mixed blooms were set- about th home and Mrs. Eric WrriUey inrik first plarrn honors In the bridge same. Second high and bridRo were won by Mrs. Rupert Graf ton. Dick Reid, who is a student at the University ot Arkansas, was ihe weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Max. D. Reid. Cnry Mason son of Mr. and Mrs , R. Ma.srm ot Blylhevilte, re celved honorable mention from the dean of the University of Arkansas College of Engineering, i announcement of Jail semester honor roll students today. A soph omore. Mr. Mason Is a grndnMc of Blythoville Kl«h School formerly attended Arkansas Si ale College. - ft j Mrs. Rodney Banister has been returned to her home from Memphis Baptist' Hospital where she had been a patient tot 1 several clnys. Her condition i.s reported as improved. John Wilks will arrive tomorrow nlttht from O!e Miss Oxford. Miss., to be the Spring holiday f?uest of his mother, Mrs. Or nee Wilks. Mr. nnd Mrs. E, B. Cine re- turnrd today from St. Loiji.s anct Illinois where they had visited relatives, Grorpt: Is reported in an improved condition at Walls Hospital where he Is under going treatment for injuries received in a (nil Saturday, Mrs. Leonard .Johnson and daughter, t)eth have (;onc tt> Mnr- rllton tn spend the remainder ot tlie week with Mrs. Johnson's par- cms, Mr. nnd Mrs. O, N. Hawkins, j Frank WnKJier. Jr., son of Mr. j and Mrs. Frank Wagner, has licrnj Initiated info the University of i Arkansas chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity, it is annoum-ed today by the school. He Is a graduate )f Blytheviltc'HlRh School and Is i sophomore In the University's College of Arts and Sciences, He ilso is a member of the Perishing Rifles. Following a winter vacation in Florida and Cuba, Mrs. Marie Wahlnnd of Seattle, Wash., nnd Mrs. Corn Hcnnemcn of Minneapolis, Minn., Jolt today for their after visiting here as guests of their brother. David B. Anderson a nd M rs. A n d e rs on. Mrs, C. E. Graves and children will go to Pine RHitf tomorrow tojcoleman. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ladci be. the weekend guests of rela-j Mrs. E. C. Brown, Mrs. J. C. Walsh, lives. and Mrs. Luther Gray will be In Miss Vivinn Patterson, daugh- \ Little Rock Friday to attend the ter of Mrs. S. S. Patterson hnsi performance of the Junior Hich been initiated into the University I School Boys' Glee Club at Robin- of Arkansas chapter of Phi Beta 1 son Auditorium. They will accotn- Phi sorority. She. is n snphomorc - pany the hoys on the trip, in the University's Coliege of Bus-| Shirley King, daughter of Mr. iness Administration. She is also a'nnd Mrs. Fletcher King has been me nib PI- of the Blru'kfriars. and' initiated into (hi 1 University nf Ar- Canlerbury Club, an orpanixaUoiO Kansas chapter of Chi Omcpa sor- of. Episcopal sUtrlrnUs. i orlty. Miss King is a sophomnrc in Miss Marian Mayes, danshter ot | »™ University's College of Arts Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mayes of Bly- j n™l Sciruces and Is a member of thevillp *^iu be presented In her | the Blackfriars. Associated Women senior -.speech reciU\ Satvuday i Students. YWCA, Women's Athlot- night at BUIe Mountain College 1 ir Association and Sophomore Blue Mountain, Miwt. Tn Rddition i Connsolor.t. She was vice president and not at the government, either. Men who always respond to those eternal surveys on thr-ir pet peeve- 1 ; about women by .saying they dislike smeary lipstick and red fingernails, ft's never lhe Girl with the face innocent of makeup and the'ds free ot nnfl enamel '.vho rates masculine attention, and it's not always the ?irl they pirk io marry, Hornlnrs C'Ketl Hf-roinps in rle tec live stories who always traipsing off alone into cellars, musty attics and de- I hunting Ind^ps where they Invariably knocked unconscious lell a nt*v story you've hoard, laugh politely and then indicate they've already heard it^-or tell the tap- line the way they heard it the first lime. VVaiters who hover close to your table obviously trying to hurry you through your meal. Radio and television comedians who "adapt" to their own uses each other'. 1 ; jokes and gags borrowed From magazines and newspaper cartoons you've already read. Salespeople who always bnns you an article priced higher than you paid you wanted to pay—and look at you condescendingly when you It niii5,t br 1 possible to invent heroine who *nukl deport herself in a normal, understandable way. Movie star* \\ ho arc trying io coiU'inrc the public- that, at, heart they are simple, kitrli on-loving, hrai thsirle-huu'^incr souls. The puh- \ lie n I ways htis enjoyed having a few lwo i glamorous, remote thratricn] souls ! n round, who bfithe in narc's milk, ; eat mL'htiMKnl" tonciies nnd are de! litrhtfuUy un1)f?ltevnb!r>: we can find I simple folk living rieht next door to us. atk II they have anything In a ! lower price bracket. i Automobile drivers who take it upon themselves to "teach you a losson" by shouting invective*; when nassine or honkinR their horn impatiently when you're a split second delayed in a take-off on the green lieht. Women who enssip fluently about mutunl friends—siving you a defi- nlte ijnpn'SPlon you'll be the subject of direction when you aren't amonc those present, Anyone who is proud of pictures thev have taken on a trip, and forces you to admire them one by one, with explanations. Smugglers Aid China >— Singapore police say a Chinese Communist- backed .smuggling ring oneratlny here is shipping essential materials to Red China. Customs men have recently made a number of seizures aboard vessels bound for Red Chinese ports. One of the bipqest hauls yielded several thousand motor spare parts, which are now banned from export to China. At the Hospitals rilydicvilie Hospital Dismissed: Loretla Meeks, Cooler John Wesley Meeks, Cooler Mrs. Burel Castmnn. Cooler Bur el Cast man, Cooter Mrs. Rosie Funderbnrk, Cooter Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. S. J. Perry. Huffman Mrs. C. A. Kinningham, City John H. Nelson, City Mr*. I. A. Harrison. Rt. 1 Mrs, FTed BoyeLt, City Mrs. Louise Neiscr and baby Rt. 4 Mrs, Robert Medley and baby City Politicians who never admit there's a question rhey en n't, nn- Fwer. It would br relrrshinK and con f idencr -inn kin? oeca* ion ally 'o hiive one 01 mote of our public servants cnnr?r.s to a lack ot opinion. Clothes lie .-i:;nt'i's who each year het\l the drum nncl sen re us into hrlieviiiK well have to buy a complete- new wardrobe to keep from I locking like freaks. Fa-hiori usually color 1 f l r) t is ' 1 '*' clianue that ahrupty from season to 5ea?on, nnd it would be nice to lie rffissuied just once that it will br* possible to cet a second cefi.'on osit of a drcF-s or hat because, most of us will anyway. Tnxi drivers who accept, 15 and 20 per cent tips- the proper amount— with poor grace, temper and a lack of simple courtesy. Jokes Rctnh! People who sit quietly and let ym , . preMdent of the senior! of h e f pledge class of Chi Omcgn tn 1 class she also is Modenian Society j sorority. president nnd has had lending roles) Ml "- s - Lnwrencc Edwards of Litin plays presented. She is n mem- ll e Rock is spending the week here, as guest ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. A. Gary and sister, Carmen Cnry. Mr. Rnri Mrs. S, E. Austin, Sr., "MEET THE MASTERS" Tltt If'orhC5finest music performed by the World"s greatest artists l^cnle,! by and CHA5. S. LEMONS, Furniture AVAICT — Saturriay 1 p.m Winners Named in Club's Weekly Bridge Game Mrs Joe Ferguson nnd Mrs- Georgia Bailey last night look top honors in the weekly game of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge. Lea cue. Playing a five-table Hmvell movement. Harry W. Haines and O. S. Crowe 11 won second hteh and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mrs. C. C. Councillo took third place. Six weeks series winners were announced, with Mrs. S. E Tuns taking first plare. Mrs. O. \V. Mr- Out rheon won second hit'h. Mrs. F. E. Black, third j:lnre and Mrs D. Chrmiblin. fourth honors. . W. By Sue Bui'ueU Favorite In every uarrirnric the country over—the woll mnnnrrrd shirtwaist dres.s th.Tl's 5-n vorsatitol and nattering. Sleeves and yoke! hare in one for comfort. I Pattern No. 8718 is a 5p\v-nle i ''perforated pattern m ,^i7cs 14, 16,! •18. 20: 40. 42. 44, 46. SlZ£; 16, 4 - B ! 'rds of 3!)-inc1i. [ For this pr.dein. send 30c in! ; COINS, your r.ame. addicts, size '' <lesired, anri the PATTERN NUM-I ;BE;R to Sue Burnni. Courier I News 375 St., Chicago 6 ! 'In. ' I ^: Sond 2~~> crnl. 6 - lndn\- for your i i.;copy of Basic FASHION '52. It | j' -shows you how io make your ] .^wardrobe no double duly with pro-' ' nomlcfil, t ice-saving s^ylp,-. Oifv i pattern prinir-d inside. 2.=) rent?. Wash your dishes one tit n li krppiriE the Irmprraturp of the ter consistent. l>or of Alpha Psi Omega, Mountain Masqncrndei-R and International Relations Club. Mrs. Clarence Curmning£. ,\frs. J. T. WcsVbrook, tho Rw.'and Mrs. Roy T. BnRlry. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, have thoir Mrs. Raiilorci PhcUon, Mrs. I. R.' ford of Memphis. as their guest, for a week daughter, Mrs. Harvey Al- crs of the- couple, Mrs. atttt Mrs. Genrce Slilu'cll. COTTON SEED 30 tons, DI'L iC*l frnni fnunri:ilion sord. ijcrt [o rrrliliratinn. (icrmi- linn Wr. Saved before Ihe SI lit TON AlMi .( Posts fnr S^\e I'HONK Dr.1,1, 2GS1 RUSSELL GILL llrll . . . Osrrnla Special Notice OF INTEREST TO LADIES The purpose of (hi-* mf-.^aee is to correct an error marie iti the coupon honks which *-ere recently 5-nlri in Blythevillf. The coupon which was eoort for sa.iSO crpdu nn n 51000 permanent plus a fffc manicure is correct. The other rmjpnn nfffrinc a free Fhaniptxi and 5tt. \va.s not correct. \vp rrcret tlir^l the Rprncy which hnndleri thif printine made thi.- rrror, Ho'A'evcr, wf will bo plad to accept thp fir*t coupon mentioned, MODERNE 111 Xo. 2nd BEAUTY SHOP Phrmt 3132 i 1 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7-.00 p.m. Admission !)c X: ;iOc At All Times LAST Tl.MKS TOMTE I'al Nites 2 For I'rice of One DAVIDMIVEM CESflR ROMERO S-ie* J ]o ID AA-K Smooth Uiii leather . . . so soft it rlrapp? liVe silk! NK\V MULTICOLOR o>nO>i»os in liiniut- ctl OMBRE BI.UF.S nnd OMHKK TANS. 05 seen in Glamour TECHNICOLOR. L£ f," C'omcdv & I'avtoon Listen to KLCN al 10:10 a.m. and .1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. !iox Office f'lione 2752 — Office Plume (i!)98 Box Office Opens al 1 :15 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Television Lounge Smoking Loge Cry Rooms Every Seat A Choice Seat "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" LAST T3MES TONITE ! DON'T MISS ! Ritz Guests to See "Belle of New York" Mr. & Mrs. Karris McCalla & Family Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Smith, Jr. "Tweely SOS" and "Ambulance Doctor" Thursday & Friday! 2 Big Days! THl'HR.-KRl. I'al Nilcs 2 !"oi 1'ricc of One Porlrayal... The Cast... Tfio Dromo of Ihe Year/ JLTOiY Olffi!l • m/l MMAS • KIM K ONK ST01' SHOK SKHVICK RcpAlrinic — CIcantnR — Oyrkni! HI W. Main Oiitl 3519 JANE WYMAN in THE BLUE VEIL ................. Li; C'ttrtoon & Comedy • PARAMOUNT NEV/S 8, SHORT "FLYING CAT Ritr Gucsfs To See "Viva Zapata" .Mr. & Mrs. Harold Hnvis .t Family 9 Mr. S Mrs. T. \V- Gofoith &• Family COMING SOON TO THE RITZ .MIT1NY in Tcchnicolcu- witli I'airic Knowlcs and Angela I.anslniry A.MKKU'AN IN 1'AIUS in Tccliiiicolnr with Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron TF1I", FIRST '1'IMK ivilh Rolicri t'umminss and Harbara Hale IM'ATH OK A SALESMAN wi'.h IVedric March 1'IUDK OF ST. UU'IS willi Dan Daily nnd Joanne llm STF.EI, TO\\'N in Technicolor with Ann Sheridan and John I.untl SONG IN MY HKAHT in Technicolor wilh Susan Hay ward

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