The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1952
Page 4
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FOTTH COTTRTER TTrtmsDAY, Apnn, n, ISM Jan« Shelton, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461 Amelia Saliba Is Honored At Country Club The Country Club was the scene of a dessert-bridge and canasla parly Tuesday night when Miss Amelia Saliba, bride-elect of Sper- don A, Kahalley, was feted, Centering ench table were white iris and white cnndles set In greenery and tied with satin. Miss Saliba's place was marked by large satin puffs. Miss Sallba, who was presented a corsage of white cypeneium orchids, was dressed in nn Imported brown siik Chinese organza. In the games, high bridge score went to Miss O!ga Kourl, high can- asto to Mrs, Fred George, and bridgo to Miss Adebe SaHba. Guests for the occasion were Mrs. 2, B. Sallba. mother of the bride- elect; Mrs. A. M. Kahalley, mother of Mr. Kahaltey; and his (wo sisters, Misses Melvina and Dclores Kahalley. The three former are all from Mobile, AJa. Co-hostesses with Mrs, Fred Saliba, hostess, were Miss Solma Saliba, Mrs. Andrew Moses, Mrs, Rene George. Miss Saltba was presented pieces of her crystal pattern. Marriage Licenses The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license at the office of the county clerk, Mrs, Elizabeth. Blythe Parker: Sperdan Anthony Kahalley of Mobile, Ala., and Miss Amelia Sa- Jlba of Blyiheville. Latest In Date Styles Dorothy Biddle To Lecture Here Dorothy Biddle, nationally kno*n lecturer and writer, will make two appearances In Mississippi County next week. On April 25, she will be at thr Woman's Club of Blytbcvilic. At 2 p. m., she will speak on and demonstrate "Floral Arrangements" and at 7:30 p. m., she will speak on and demonstrate "Table Decoration." On April 26 at 2 p. m , ,srv 'K. Club, "Adventures in Table Settine" v/ill be dlscsused there. Bits of News // (06Itij f-^crJonal n . m. she Mil •;;- • appear in Osceola at the Prof-res- i ,,„' Lloyd R. Hocott will leave tomorrow for Flint. Mich., where he attends General Motors Institute. Miss Jane Shelwn lelt today for OuLhric, Ky., where she will be the of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Morgan. daughter, Deborah, for two and High Two Club Guests Meet Gladioli predominated tn the Spring blooms decorating the Sam Haynes home last night for ihe dessert bridge honoring Hifch 1\vo Club members and three cues'5. Mrs. Ray John.ston, Mrs. fiobort Peterson nmi Mrs, Hurry Bradley were the group's Ruestfl. Mrs. Dick Watson took hich score in the briclpe game, with Mrs. Johnston taking second high, Miss Goodrich Entertains Group Mrs. John B. Lewis ot Fort Sill,' Okla., honsrpuest of hor mother, Mrs. J. W. Shouse. and Mrs. Eloi< M r.$. Du r woori M a h a n, who ha:- bren il! for several weeks is reported to be .slightly improved. She nt. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. McNair, tn Bragg City, Mo. Mrs. Harold L,. Nance and children arc visiting relatives In Caruthersville, Mo. Pfc. Gene Shanks led Tuesday night for Camp Kilmer. N, J. for overseas assignment after having spent 30 days here as K lies I of hf- s pn rents, Mr. and Mrs. George Shanks. Mrs. W. L. Green Is ill at hoi home on North iith Strrel,. Mr. and Mrs Osi-ar readier. Mrs, Cecil Shane of Blythrville, and Mrs. A. Fendler of Manila v.crc iJi Memphis yesterday for (he play "The Moon is Blue" at Kills Auditorium. C. A. Cunningham returned last ML^ht from a business trip to I-it- i UP Flock, Dardnncllc and Arkadel- phln. Mrs. Whitis Entertains With Bridge Luncheon Members of the Trl-Town bridge club were entertained Tuesday at the home ol Mrs. Newton Whltis with a bridge Uuicheon. ' Entertaining rooms were! ed with panslf s and other spring | blooms. First prize was won bs 1 Mrs. Gene Teaford and second went to Mrs. Jack Hale. At the Hospitals Meeting Is Post[>oned For Ladies Bible Class A meeting of the Ladies Bible I Class of the First Methodist Church ! which was scheduled for tomorrow | has been postponed. The class \vil! rnr-H next Friday. Paul Neighbors Will Appear at Country Club Hlytlieville Paul Neighbors and hts 12-piece; Dismissed: orchestra uiU appear at the Coun- George Young, Leachvllle try Club /or a dance April 22 (or Habaroris Lupez, Armorcl. members of Die Blythcrille Conn- Walls Iluspitnl try Club and their guests Dismissed: , Featured vccalisis will be Mr. Howard Shieley, Steele Neighbors and Ralph Anthony. Urad Blaylock, HuiTman Mrs. J. D. Smith, city T"om Garcia, city Mrs. R. A. Southard. DeH. Industries May Move SINGAPORE W)— Some of Hong i •i / ..j , , . , . Kong's light industries are destined VY Ha Mink IS to be shifted to Singapore, accoid- in£ to (he Singapore Standard, '.vhich says establishment of the Bank of East Asia Ltd. here is the first step in tat direction. PURR-TY CONFUSING^Samson ; . . . mr . a nd Delilah, Siamese cats wintering m Miami Ceych, FJa., don't know where all the crowd ^ame from, but they think it's clone- with mirrors. In case you, toe' are lost in this crystal maze, the two real cats are Ihe ones nearest the camern. 1 Mrs. A. M. Kahalley and Misses Melvina find Dclores Kahalley of , , , „ . ., , .Mobile, Ala., are the houseguests Nicholson, Mrs. Randall Hawks and | o j j^ rs z B Saliba Mrs. John B. Lewis of Fort Sill, Mrs. W. M, Jontz lost nlpht were guests with Cm ciiib memhrrsj 0|:lri js „ house(!llcst of her mo- when Miss Vcra Goodrich Invited } |]lpri Mrs- j w Shom:c the group to her home for a de.s- i _ _, _ , sert bridge. I P -. G - Graves arrivcrt today from Tn the evening's bridge* game. his home in -Scott.svHle, Ky.. to be Mrs. Richard T. Mills won lush I ! hc houstiRucst of Uoyd Hocott and high and [ his P 111 " 011 ^- Mr, and Mr?. J. P. Ho- scoro, Mrs. Jontz second high Mrs. Nicholson brErigo. Dr. Frank Smith Will Speak Dr. Frank Smith, Pnslor Emeritus or First Central Congregational Church of Omaha. Ncl>,. will .speak at First Presbyterian Church Sunday at II am. Dr. Smith, father of Mrs. R, F. Kirshner, has teen nn Ftnmm) visitor at this church for more than ! 20 years and has been a minister for over 60 years. Hi.s sermon subject will be "Winning the Fight Against Temptation." 8696 12.42 Wednesday Club is Entertained By Sue Buvnelt Soft draping on the fktrt adds a ncte of style and charm to this slim, lovely frock lor special dress- up occasions. Finish crossover closing and cascade with large novelty buttons Pattern No. fiGM is a sew-rile perforated pattern in sizes 12. 14. 1G. IS, 20; 40. 42. size 14. short sleeve. 4 yards o[ 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6 III. Send 25 cents today for vour copy Of Basic FASHION '52. "it showa you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with economical, lime- raving stvle.5. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cent.=. coU, Mr. Hocott and Mr. Graves will leave tomorrow for Flint, Mich. Mr. nnrt Mrs. R. D. Kuphes wern in Memphis, yesterday to visit their daughter, Miss Nancy Hughes, and while there attended the production, 'The Moon is Blue.' In Memphis yesterday to attend the play, "The Moon is Blue," at Ellis Auditorium were Mrs. \V. L. Uorner, Mrs, L. E. Old. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby and Mrs. Rilev B. Jones. Mrs. Kvn Morris Irft this morn- inti for her home in Carthage. MO, after having been the houseguest of her sister. Mrs. Ada Ttatc. Mrs. T. A. Folger Ls in Marshall. Mo., today to ntend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Edmon Bolllot. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ncedham of Waynes burg, PH.. announce the bfrth of a son today, He is their third child and has been named Dwight Tsf-ntr. The other two children are Gary and Barbara, They fire former BIylhevillc residents. Three guest.-;. Mrs. Lloyd Stick- Edwnrcl >^e Pipkin returned to- mon. Mrs. Murry Smart and Mrs. t3n X to Washington University, St. je.^e Taylor, were presented ycster-! Loui5 - after having been the holiday at the home of Mrs. F. E. Black | ?W weekend-^uest of his mother, when she entertained the Wednes-' day Club. A low bowl ot tulips centered the table from which the luncheon writs served. Panslps and other snrUip blooms were used throughout the rooms tn which they playrri. Taking hi?h score honors was Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mrs, C. A. Cunningham was second. Coming Events Thursday Mississippi County Home Economists Club has 7:30 p. m. meet ing at high school Home Economics Cottage, C. and N. Birthday Club hns 7 p. m. meetinR at Dogwood Club house, with Mrs. Jim Lutes, hostess. Friday Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamrna having joint 6::iO p. m dinner meeting \\itli Alpha Zeta Chapter of DKG at Wilson . East Arkansas Prc&bytrry of women, meet at First Presbyterian Church at 0 a.m. Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at home of Mrs. J- W. Ariums. LaFlncssn nipels tn the home o! Mrs. Everett Peterson at 1:30 p.m. Executive Board of Woman's Club has i p.m. meeting at club followed by 2:30 p.m. general .se^ion. Sahirrlsiy Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:15 p.m. Read l^ourler News Classified Ads CALGARY, Alta gary Zoo obtained >— The Calone- specimen practically on its ^doorstep. A wild mink that had bee'n lurking around the area was captured by zoo at- tendent.s armed with nets. •AU ctCAAi Gosncll PTA Meeting Is Held At School The monrhly meeting of Gosnell j Par em. - Teachers A.^c:ciation was j held Tuesday night at the High' School. I Meeting was begun when the ! proup Siijiq "America," which vva*) i followed by prayer by F. E. LUCIHS. ; Minutes oi' Die last meeting were \ by the rccordiJig .secretary, Mrs. C. A. Mootfy, nnd the treasurer's re- Two speakers were present for the meeting. W. H. Mitchell cf the Health Department, spoke on "Home Safety" and Mrs. Buforrt Younq spoke on "Counseling Your Child". Room count prize went to the pit:lit erade. A .social hour followed the meeting and refreshments were served. Mrs. A J. -Pipkin, and sister, Mrs. Doris Philips, find family. Benjamin Franklin first mapped the Gulf Stream. 25 Quicken Examined At School Round-Up Twenty-five children ycM-erriay were examined at the summer round-up of students entering Central Elementary School next fall. Under the .spcnsorship of the Parent-Teachers Association, the examination was conducted at the ( Health Unit, with Dr, Joe E. Beasley. Dr. Jack Webb and Dr- Don Smith as examining physicians. Assisting the Health Unit staff wen.- Mrs. Eel ward Akin. Mrs. Jimmy Edwards. Mr.T. Lawrence Clark, Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. Hartley Hays. Mirs Sunshine Swift was in charge of mailing the roundup notices. It was announced that questionnaires for reports of children whn wcrR unable to attend, the clini: could be obtained at the Health Unit or from Mrs, HacJJey Hays anri should bo filled out by a private physician and returned to Mrs. Hays. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Oc & 30c At All Times THL'RS.-FRl. "The Big Cage" with CLYDE BEATTY, the Greatest Wild Animal Trainer of All Times! Cartoon & Comedy D THIS WEEK ONLY!! 1545 ? 745 340 1950 DODGE—1-Door Sedan in excellent condition. Only 1(>,000 miles. Bargain! ,«*-. 19-17 rONTIAC—-1-Door Sedan, (i Cylinder, f!$&£• l'e'"l'^'t Condition. A Real liny at only HMS CHEVROLET—Fleclline. A Car you'll enjoy driving. Jn Fine Condition. Price .... I<U7 PLYMOUTH— 2-Door, Clean, and has been completely overhauled. . .Only . . .. iniii FORD—Pickup, '/» Ton, Equipped with Radio and Healer. $725 10-18 PONTIAC— 1-Door Sedan, Good Shape and really looks good. Priced at. .. $995 PO NTT AC — 1- Poor, Radio and Healer, A nice automobile for the family. ' $695 1010 CHEVROLET >/<Ton I'ickup, Good Tires, Runs Good. $745 in 11 MERCURY—4-Door. Nice Car. Price to move. Come in Soon! 1!H2 DODGE—1-Door Sedan. Runs and Drives good. Priced Cheap! .... ! 345 S 300 Mrs. J. C. Ellis Entertains Members of the Town and Coun-' try Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. J, C. Ellis. Iris, lilacs and other spring flow- crs decorated the entertaining I rooms. ! High scare was won by Mrs. A. B. Reese, and Mrs. C. Modinger j •won second. Salem. Oregon "s capital city. !? the only major city in the state which lies in two counties, namely Marion and Polk, separated by the Williamette River. THURSDAY & FRIDAY ST.LODIS mm I'arnmounl News. Cartoon & Novell Rifz Guests to See "Pride of St. Louis' Mr. & Mrs. Jimmie Smothormon & Family Mr. ft Mrs. Hock Saliba & Family Spring Housecleanin (Of Used Appliances) We're cleaning house on all our used appliances. Check rhesa bargains before you buy— RKFU1GKKATOKS 1—IMS Wrstinghousc 10 cu. ft. Uefriscr^tor—\vilh Freeze Oicst 1—Wcsthi£house 7 ru. ft. UefHRcrMor—Demonstrator l_1349 g /t. Holpolnl Ri'friKcra(or 1—75 ih. Ice ttcfriscrator— New RANGES I—^YcsllnKhousc lUncp 2—A-B Apartment Rang ex 1—Norgc Rnn.?p — Divlcirri Top I—Genrral Electric Itnnge 1—Hnlpolnt Rant;? l—Ferteclion Oil Range—Table Top \VASHERS 4—AVestlnphou« Laundromat* i —Thor Automatic Washer* 1—Bcnrilx Automatic Washrr 1—A-T1 Conventional Washer 1—Maj'tAK Conventional NVa^lier—Rollaw.iy l>oublc Tubs Please call 6S21 and ask for Dick M'alson or Tat Chilmon. After 5 p.m., please call 1226. Ark-Mo Power Co. Noble Gil! Pontiac Co., Inc. 5th & Walnut St. Phone 6817 SONS SHOES Good Shoes & Hosiery Mulfi-Color Tink. Yellow, and Green O f= BOSTON buckle down to a summer full of fun Yes, you'll love being out m the open in this bare and bonded shoe . . .very nude, very new. Backless in manner, / yel slimly Strapped for security ... to slay QQS £f with you, and smartly, \\tierever yoj go. QJ

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