The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR fat Hullins, Society Editor •LYTHEVJLLE (ARK.) CWJHEK New Club Meets In Pryor Home Ml» Melba Pryor waa hostess to the newly organ!?.ed N. N. Bridge CJub Tuesday at the home of her parents, for an evening of bridge. and to watch a fellow memlx-r. Miss Shirley King, on television. In the entertaining rooms, she used a mixture of summer flowers to decorate, Winners in the bridge game were Mrs. J. D. Jefferles, first, and Mrs.\ Russell Simpson, second high. A dessert course ivns served at the konchisCon of the evening's entertainment, Give Your Hands Daily Care With Compact Lotion Dispenser Wilson Club Chairmen Named WILSON—Mrs. Charles LeJtwIrh, president of Hip Wilson Co-opern- tive Club, announced the committee chairmen and member!) who will Assist her for (lie new year. They arer civic and decnrMlnn, Mrs. Dora Merrell. Mrs. N. B. Ellis Jr., Mrs. J. D. Rnnkln, Mrs. Charles Beall; program. Mrs. P. E. McRne, Mrs. W. J. Dcnton. Mrs. C. H. Buchanan; finance. Mrs. Robert Nelson. Mrs. W. J. Denton, Mrs. J. M. Elslander; membership nnd publicity, Mrs. Ben'loy Rhodes,! Mrs. Ray Merrill. Mrs. Bulorclj Boyles Sr.; sunshine, Mrs. Mi.uricc! Lynch. Mrs. Eva Kerlin, Mrs. J. ] W. Miller; cemetery improvement. I Mrs. John Enoch. Mrs. E. B. Chiles 1 ST., Mrs. W. J. Denton, Mrs. W. B. Burkett. Other officers for the new year are Mrs. Elstner D. Ucnll, vice-president; Mrs. Albert Oreemvell. secretary; Mrs. J. M. Elsiander. treasurer, and Mrs. J. D. nankin, parliamentarian. - fly ALICIA 1IAUT NBA Ileauly Kdilor Keeping your hnjitls lovely Is a matter of 'round-the-clock protection. You simply can't expect one application of hand lotion to guard your dcliciiie skin through the clay. Since a stuntSard-sue kotile of lotion could hardly be carried in your hnndbag without discomfort., here's news of a hiind lotion dispenser that Is so small and compact. it flls conveniently into your baa— reutly for InMant use. The dispenser conies already equipped with AH effectively emollient and quick-drying lotion that IF; delightfully scented. H has a full f lower fragrance, harmoniously combining the scents of tuberose, jasmine, violet. Illy of the valley and other flowers. Get lino the habit of frr-nuent ;ij>i>JI''iit!0!ls (JurifV,; the. day, whether you are shopping, visiting or <liu- InK out. They will prevent reactions to the haish soap.s you so o!tt'il tlnci In public places, such care U'ill protect year hands- iind produce a rewarding effect thai is noticeable almost Immediately, Carry this unique handbag dispenser with you wherever you no. Then, wter. you rcc.pply your llp- /,£*£ , ;;';; Day-Jon^ h.iml IfC.iiity ran Hefi- nilcly lie yuurs with the liflp til a new, (omp.U't lumiifo,T&- v/c lotion dispenser. slick or touch up your perfume, dab 11 bit of tntion on your hands. The results will make you «Iad you did. Bits of News Mrs. uonald V. Cole, and children, Susan, Haye, and Donnie, of Webster Grove.,,- Mo,, are ihc «' Mrs. J. W. Whltworth. It's Ihvaluabfe To Father to Be Son's Friend A woman reader writes me: "you sometimes write articles about mothers and daughters. Will you ;_,... "• "• " invv^ui in. While they are here, they will visit Mrs. James M. Elslander and Jamill' of Driver. The Fred Flecmaus have returned home from Ba-salt. Colo., where they had spent six weeks. Pvt. Harold Mfmilck, after leaving last week for the Air Force has been stationed at Lackland All- Force JJase. Tex. Jane Wilson will arrive home today after b<'ing In Memphis in the Methodist Hospital for a week where she undciweiit an appendectomy. Mrs. Louise Walpoie and daugh-j ' mem for some- ter. Mrs. J. F. Etchleson. and two • tnln ?. or to preach at them about children, are visiting a no t her :'"•>'*' "inch more (hey have i>nd tx- dnuKhter. Mrs. j, w. Sliinn, *ndJ |lcct lllan he hud or expected to family of Rogers. Ark. j" av(1 when he was a boy. Mr. and Mis. Herman Carltoii! " It """ost seems at "times tint will arrive home this Meek. He has' e ^ Jealous of the many thlnj, spent two years in service and was ' hnjs . nnfl Slrls linve today time he stationed at Lawton. Okbi. ! tlilln ' t '""'e when he was Browing • -- - , ~ Woshoble Fabric Mokes Wondorfui Coot Material . write something about fathers and sons? I would so desperately like to have my husband become a elo.s Q r friend to our three sons. t "About the only | time he pays attention to them Is , when he Is angry ; about something they haven't done, or feels called up up. I "If only, along with correcting V.'lhon Forrest.' air.l Mrs. Forreu'! ", 1 * hca tlle - v need correcting, he rest's slo^r-.' wo " lrt "'I' 'o ' . . Mr .and Mrs. O. N. Forrt-it spent Sunday In Memphis with their son, ' Ice Cream Party Given in Home Two Guests Meet With Club Eight Mrs. J. W. Cockc. Jr., of Birmingham and Miss Virginia Niinn of Washington, D. C., who nre visiting their parents. Mr. anrt Mrs. M. N. Nunn, Sr, were guests yesterday at the home of Mrs. H. O. Pnrtlow. when she entertained members nf her Club Eight bridge Rroup. Centering bridge tables, from which a dessert course was served, Btid used throughout the house, were summer blossoms, floating in silver bowls. In the bridge games, Mrs. Cocke won guest high, Mrs. Charles Langston won club Ihgh, Mrs..otto Scrape won second club high and Mrs. R. c, Allen won hrldgo. Anniversary Is Celebrated Afr. and Mrs. Henry Leath of Johnny Priest was complimented on bis 13th birthday at the home of Mr., and Mrs. OTJean Watron by Betty Watson and Janet Boycl' with an Ico cream supper. Ten guests attended and spent the evening in informal entertainment. New Liberty GA Has Program Ten little members of the junior Girl's Auxiliary of the Baptist Church at Kew Liberty met ot the home of Margaret Blaylock yesterday for a program on stewardship. In the program. "Can A junior Rob 004?", Mrh member Joined in n discussion on stewardship. The hostesses save the devotional. After the program, their annual "Christmas In August" was conducted. AH gifts will be sent to Korean children. Ice cream and cake were served to the girls. • , , High Two Club Has Four Guests Four guests played bridge yester- ay with members ot High Two .vii. nun airs, nenry Leath of ""' »'"> members ot High Two Leachville. have celebrated their Bridge Club, at the home o? Mtw golden wedding anniversary at their n — " Tlnmn ' e. Friends and relatives that, attended were Mr. nnd Mrs. Boyd i^ath of Searcy; Mr. antl Mrs. Arthur Leath and son. Everette; Miss Marlon Can-, Mrs. Wayne Leath and daughter, V/aynatte, all of Plne«Hluff; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Llpshencky and Bon, George. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garner, all of Dexter. Mo.: Mrs. June Moye and daughter Vellna, Miss Gloria Don Bealsey of Hnytl, and Mrs. Ida Hlnshaw of Leachvtlle, Sam Haynes. Guests Inclutled Mrs. Fred Stert- man of Victorvllle. Cnlif., guest ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. 13 Poster, Mrs. Paul Lloyd, Mrs. Frances Gammill and Mrs. Hndley Hayes. Summer flowers centered the tables, where a dessert course wa.s served to the guests. In the games, Mrs. Lloyd won high, Mrs. Gammill won second nnd Mrs. Kcmpcr iirtuon won the traveling prize. Drive-ln Scene Of Bridge Party The Dixie Pig Drive-In was the scene Inst night of a dessert-bridge party given by Miss Lnella Barnes lor members of CIB. Mrs. Eloife Nicholson was the only guest, playing witli members. Following a descert course, bridge Barnes were played and taking top honors was Mrs. Jane Carson, oilier winners were Mrs. Harold N'unn, second, ami Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, brldg-o. Louisiana Guest Is Entertained Dean Calcote of Shreveport, La was complimented Tuesday night by his host. Murray Smart, with R buffet supper for 14 guest.s. Gladioli and zinnias were used to decorate the Smart home and large porch, where the guests were entertained. Dancing provided the evening's activities. At t fa Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Carolyn Sue Smith, Huffman Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Silly Bnrger and baby, City H. Cj. lane. Wnupnca, Wis. W,.O = Butler. City Georgsr Cross, City Randal cinii;. City .Mrs. John Clark, Lnxora nnd M.S. o, N. Forrest's sisters,! Mrs. c. L. Stewart, and family, and j Mrs. L. n. Pirtle, and family, all off \Ir-mphis. 7 Mrs. John B Walker. Miss Lucy! Thomson. Mrs. Hnvold Thompson j and son. and Kenneth Mitchell have returned home from Clinton. N. J., where they visited relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. R. L. Mitrhell. who bad-spent a mouth with her daughter. Mrs. Tony Bruschi, and family, while others were in Clinton, Mrs. Thompson visited her uncle. Duffy Sykes and Mrs. Sykes on Long island, N. Y. Mrs. F. S. Reeves has returned to her home In Lake Village, after being the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. D. Woodson. and family. She was accompanied to Memphis yesterday by Mrs. Woodson, and her daughter. Mrs. Robert Q. McHaney. Air. and Airs. j. H. Smart and daughter, Nell, have Just returned from several week's visit with Mrs. Smart's mother in Holly Grove, Ark. The condition or Dr. D. C. McLean, who suffered a stroke, Is reported to be unchanged. He is in Walls Hospital. Mrs. S. E. Tune and children are visiting her parents In Shelbyvllle. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoe and daughter, Peggy Ann Taylor, are leaving for Grijfin; oa., this week end, to visit Mr. Roe's daughter, Mrs. John Ed C louse, and Dr. C louse for a week. Mrs. Howard Johnson, and son, Rondal, are spending several days In St. Louis, where they are attending baseball games. Mr. and Mrs. James Roy plan to leave this week end for » two-week vacation In Alexandria. Kew Orleans, and Biloxl.. Their son will spend the two weeks with his grand- [Micnl.s, Judge and Mrs. Thomas c. Trimble of Lonoke. intiM-e>ts er ntiM-e>ts _ l"' obl f "« and be a friend who Coming Events Thursday Phebean Claw of the First Bap- , list Church has monthly and social meeting at tha church nt 7:30 p.m. I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now.' / always read them! Acfs placed before 9 a.m. will appea, same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Beginners Have Annual Picnic Fifty-seven members of the Beginners Department of the First Baptist Church attended the'an- nual Beginner picnic given by their teachers, at Division Street Park. Miss Cliffie Overman, who t> assistant superintendent of the tie-1 pnrtinent, was In charge of the ac-! tlviijps in the absence of Mrs. fiay-! mond Zachery, who wai called to DeQueen. " ' NFA Woman's Editor " O Mv !"• ' \ Fiei think the cfi'.y would com? when you'd ftash out a cont at night, hang It] "P to dry and find it looking like, new and ready to wear the" next i Thiit tl.iy ( s hote. A pastel coat' with no cleaning bills attached hasi been the dream of many women for many years. The dream is an actuality now, made possible by Huffy orlon fleece that Is completely and beautifully washable. It takes (o the suds at night, just as your nylons do, goes on n lumper for drying and is ready for wearing when you get up In the morning And, of course, It needs no Ironing. It's shown (loft) in white, with pointed collar, turn-back cuffs adjustable to nny sleeve length and pretty but uncxaegerated fullness A Leeds design. It's the kind of coat, in short, that you can wear and wear without fear of grime or* — smudges, in addition to the white L,. . ' ' it's done in pale blue, mate and ! Minimum Wage Raised Equally practical Is Main Street's; MANILA WV-Minimum wages fn ii} ion seersucker coat (rijht) that's j tile Philippines have been raised bv a feather-light rain duster. Point! " " ew '««'. Workers in non-a«rl for summer travelers Is that it takes cultural enterpriser have a new only a corner In a suit case. It mandarin collar and deep turn-back cuffs. The practical hood Is detachable. ran laugh with them and make them feel that they have no need to fear Mm "I am asking you to write something about this subject, since I know there must be many mothers v,-ho have the same problem and want as deeply as I do lor their sons' father to be their friend." There isn't much that I can add to that letter. It speaks for itself. A man U missing a great deal in lite if he fails to be a friend to his son or sons. But no boy is going to regard a'father as a friend if the father's only interest in him is when he feels the boy Is stepping out of line and needs to be squelched. Nor is a' boy likely to regard his father as a friend if the father seems to resent the fact that the boy has more than he had at the same age/ . But true as that It, some wives C^ee^e^e^^d^^;!^!^^^^^ same manner. Pattern No. 8720 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 36 38 40 •i3, «. 46. «. 50, 52. Size 38 I'.i yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, addrew, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new issue is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed inside the book, 25c. you're walking on i^«"-^ J " Til<*»4rk - L ™ B - UMS wasfroM. S f,p p ar 5ensotion wrfh t7i« extra deep foam rubbar* platform 7US-UMS rfori it iRaCa *ith thew |o%Able. iNM>at!r. open-tard *1ippfr» in tTAf-It.lBl.Ei travel, d^rmitorr. brach. bilh and gifij' tOIO*Ss In * rtrlftr ft m-ippeiJing colon. (PI vomcn: im*]|. medium BTirl l>rj;c. E*rh piii indititJuilly picligfd 'n d;jfc-«i-i"nR rcuublt pouch. Alio—iir. «t*or(ed fivUii piurrnn in *.VflJ« *,t\ . S> chinti. $1.98 200 E. MAIN ST. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission flc & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE f'Ar, MTES! 2 For Price of 1 2 HITS! THE STOHVOFA t0ustct'&$ M-G-M'. _ ."." en-"Also Carloon FIUDAY & SATliRI)T\Y" Dotilile Feature Serial: The 'Tiffcrman' No. II Also C;irlonn minimum of S3 a day, compared with the old figure of $1.50. A B rl- cutuire workers had their minimum raised from 88 cents to $1. Head courier News classified Ads. ed'the ding' 08 * A " Stra " a " »«• St. Louis A por •mOAq modern holilt . . . Immflculafc, bright,- ch««rful gucit roams with priv*t* tub « n d iflow»r. . . *rr-conditfon»<i. CompUt* c*l«nnoj «nd cenvtnKon (aciliti« tor function! larg« or irr.ll. SOTO llik AND LOCUST STREETS Coff»» Shop «nd L* P*tif» Room For excellent foot?. D* Soto Tap Room for fin >.1*J AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY & FRIDAY -UNIYERSAL-lNltRNATIUNAt priseal! DONALD O' ll(£ .^i n j FKANCfS^c iSikhij Mule Paramount News • Carloon • Novelty Reel •^——— ^^— ^_ RITZ GUESTS Mr. Kud Heath .Mr. nnd Mrs. .!. \V. Radcr and family Mr. and Mrs. I'rcston OJoff and family Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day and family THURSDAY & FRIDAY ML mm mo • mm mm-* Cartoon &• Comedy •J.

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