The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1952 · Page 2
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PA OB TWO BLYTJIEVIIJ.E (ARK.) COURIER NEW! Three Guests Meet with Club Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., was hostess yesterday 10 members of the Ln Finesse jinci three guests fit her home on Walnuf, • Guests Included Mrs. John Ferguson, of Little Rock, Hie guest of her pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A, Ropers, Mrs. Robert I, Thompson, and Miss Betty Btack. Mrs, Williams iiscrt rosebuds Vo center the tables from which she served n dessert course and guests played bridge. Winner of tne gnnies were Mrs. Ferguson, winner of high score a 3i d bi icleo, and Mrs, Mnri'Ln Nunn, Jr., who \vo» second. . W, ' ,'*>• ^ Ndzorene WFMS Holds Election At a meeting ot the Women's [ Foreign Missionary Society of ihc First Church of the Nuzamie, officers for the coming year were elected. • The Hev. Royal Shultz, pastor, presided over the e!ec!ion of officers, in which. Mrs. Harold Thompson was elected to serve as president Other officers include Mrs. Roy Games, vice-president; Mrs, Oscar Alexander, treasurer; .Miss Doris Payne, recording secretary; Mrs. Meiba Jarrett. corresponding secretary; Mrs, Dorothy HaUorrl, superintendent, of study, nnd Mrs. Larry Davis, superintendent of publicity. Delegates to the state meeting in Little Rock are Mrs. Gnlncs. Mrs. Dan Roberts, Mrs, Roynl Shultz, Mrs. Halford and Mrs. Elie Cunningham. It wns announced that the name of the organization will be changed to Nazarcne Missionary Society. Style-Right Suit Dress By Sue Burnett Your closest companion for early foil - through - winter wear. This neatly Uillorid suit-drcM spells charm In every line, with short or wrist-length sleeves and the popular gored skirt. Pattern No. 8627 is a sciv-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12. u, ifi, 18. 20: 40 42. Size 14 short sleeve 4's yards of 33-inch. For this pattern fend 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN 1 NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 373 Quir.ry St, Chicaso G. Hearty for yrm iio-,v--B.isic FASHION for '52. Fun and Winter. This new is.-/.ie. is fjiltvl uiiii ideas (or «::ian. practical scuini- for a nrw Eea-:on: cm pattern printed inside the boo'-:, ?,ic. IN FA LI, FASHION I'HCTUE—These ten collesc and high school students were on hand at Miss whilsitfs Shop yesterday in a showing of fall crimpus styles. Shoira above (from Ijollom, left to right) are Annella Humphreys, University of Arkansas; Ila Verne Crews. All Saints; Dixie Killlan, University of Arkansas; Jean Driver Kendrlck, Osceola High School; Detsy Cell, Llndenwood; Wlnntbctn Buckley. Hcndrix; Mary Mlchle, University ot Missouri; Boubye June Killing BlylhevlJlo Hfsh School; Doris Kcimett, Lcnctiville High school; Betty Spiers, Osceola Hisli School student who will enter Ole Miss ori B rad- untlon. (Cimrlcr News 1'hoto) June Buchanan Is Complimented One of many pnrties given for Miss June Buchanan wns a "cootie" parly given last night al the Woman's Club House on Main Street, by Mrs. Barney Crook, Miss Duchannn will be married Friday to Benjamin P. Johnson nt -t p.m. nt the newly completed snncdmry of First Baptist Church on Walnut Street. Among Ihe guesls were Mrs. w. E. Buclmnati, mother of the briiie- olect, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, inolhcr H and T Club Is Organized The home of Mrs. Denny By rum was the scene yesterday of an organization of the K nnd T Cnnas- tn Club which will be composed of two tables. Officers for the club have not been elected nt this time. .'Mrs. Byrum centered the tables with summer flowers, which were nlso used throughout the house. nnd served n dessert course. Winners of yesterday game were Mr.s. Mel Hay. winner of h i g h score, and Airs. Marvin Hall, winner of second high. Bits of News of the brUle-proom-elcct. and Mrs. J. E. Crook, mothcr-in-lnw of the hostess. Winning prizes nt the five tables of cootie were Miss Ednn Overman, hlyh score, anil Mrs. J. E. Crook, winner of second. The hostess vised a mixture ul summer flowers in vlvirt hues, and (-•entered one large table with a complete wedding arrangement in miniature, sliuullng In front ol a miniature while church. Tall white tapers flanken the ends of I the table. Assisting Mrs. Crook In serving l ' it ?'?i l<1 coffee, were Miss Dernice Ovbririan, and Mrs. Joe Freeman, j The honorcc, who was given a 1 icift by the hostess, was dressed I in brown nnd white voile nntt wore [ blue linen accessories. If your living room must do (iotl- I ule duty as children's play nnel slu- ' ' dy urea, Ihere'U. be no need to scold j u-hen vain's, Init m foods spill, if you ii5<> carefree rubber flooring. A: ] dump mop will whisk away ordinary ! soil. Extra .stubborn stnlns such as i nail polish or iodine should be rub- ( bed lightly with fine steel wool. A light rcwaxing with a special water) j .emulsion floor wax keeps the origi- j I nnl ploss of .the rubber flooring. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and children and Mrs. Charles Newcomb will leave tomorrow afternoon for Jacksonville, Fla., to be the guests of Mr. Ncwcomb's sister, Mrs, Elhrldge Bennett. They will also visit other points of Interest along the coast of Florida. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Lott, Jr., have returned home after a week's vacation In Missouri. Mrs. Frank Soiners has returned from Providence, II,I., where sho visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Afmand Bucci and son, Steven. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Kirby returned home yesterday from a two week's motor trip to Wisconsin and Michigan. They will leave today for Paragould to attend the wedding of Mrs. Klrby's niece. Miss Jo Ann WUbourn to Jnmes Skillern Porter, Jr., of Little Rock, for which vows will be exchanged tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrlton James and daughter Alice Marie of Merced,! Cn'.'.f., are vIstitiR his parents. Mr.! nnel Mrs. I.onnie James and family and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Allmon and children, Jerry, and Mary Ann, visited in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Buford' Stubbs wore the guests of her sister nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Wilson anti children, her aunt and uncle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lonnle James, Jr., and her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson, in Blytheville. Ark. Mrs. Virgil Orecne and daughter, Miss Evelyn Blythe. have returned from a two-week vacation at Daytona Beach, Fla. While In Florida, they were the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. A. H. Wallace nt Tampa and Mrs. Clyde B. Nicholson at Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure will be ill Paragoulrt. tomorrow, lor Ihe wedding of Miss Jo Ann Wilbourn to James Skillern Porter, Jr., of Little Rock. | Mrs. J. C. Morrow of Chapel Hill, I N. C.. Is -spending several clays here! ns guest of her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Marvin Nlinn, Sr. Allen Bush, student nt University of Tennessee, arrived by plane in Memphis yesterday, where he was met by his mother. Mrs. H. C.! Bush, and his brother, Condon ' Bush. Miss Ruth Lee, of Nashville. Tenn.. formerly a teacher at Bly- • tlicville High School, is the guest! of Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Nabers for] several days. She marie her home with the Nabers dining the two years she taught here. Mi.w Jettye Huffman and Mifs Ann Crook left this morning to spend several days in the Smokie Mountains. Among those attending the funeral, yesterday, of James O. Moore in Memphis, were Mr. and Mrs'. Jim Ross and family, Blanche and Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace, one! sons, Edwin. Don, and Gene. Mr, and Mrs. Allan Jlirdin, Mrs. M. W. Lewis, all of Blytheville: Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Kcltner ,?nd Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bowen of Dell, and Jack Hardin of Little Field, Tex., who came especially for the funeral of bis brother-in- law, and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hardin. Mr. Moore was a brother-in-law, also, of Mrs, Ross. Mrs. Wallace, and Allan Hardin; he died Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Warren will have as their guests. Mrs. Warren's mother, Mrs. John R. Mc- Cnrter, nnri her sister. Mrs. Michael Burns, m. and son. all of Corinth, Ml=s.. who will arrive today. Mr. and Mrs. i. R. colemnn are visltins Mr. nnrt Mrs. Dortch Camn- hell of Clarksville. Miss. They were Coming Events Monday Circle One at Trinity Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union meets with Mrs. E. o. Thompson at Pint Lake Road. Circle Two meets with Mrs. H. H. Burnett. Number Nine Home Demonstration club has 4 p,m, picnic supper al Walker Park, Miss Mnxlne Hill is hostess to members of the Young Women's Association o! the First Baptist Church. • Members of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church meet by circle as follows: Circle One with Mrs. J. w. Ray- dcr, Circle Two with Mrs. C. s. Lemons, Circle Three with L. D. Gibson, Circle Four with Mrs T. W. Jeffries, circle Five with Mrs. M. w. Lewis at church, with Mrs. E. D. Swamier, co-hostess, Circle Six with Mrs. E. B. Woodson, and Circle Seven with Mrs. J. P. Ov,ens. All meetings begin at 2:30 p.m. All circles of Women's Missionary Union of the Calvary Bnptlst Church meet at 2 p.m. at the church. Young Women's Association of Calvary Baptist Church has 7 p.m. business meeting at church. Lr.ke street Methodist church Women's Society of Christian Service has meeting at church. Tuesday Executive Board of Blytliei'Ule High School Parent-Teachers As- rociatlon has 10 a.m. meeting ot the High School Library. Mrs. Slicd Bevitl will preside over a business meeting and Bible study at New Liberty Baptist Church, for Women's Missionary Union at 2 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has weekly game. Miss Bnrbnrn Smith Is hostess to Ihe. newly organized N.N. Briclee Club. Wednesday Semi-Canasta Club meets In the home of Mrs. Roy Moore. Miss Bettv Black entertains members of CTB. Dogwood Home. Demonstration Club has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the club house, Thursday Mrs. cleo Wren Is hostess to members of the Thursday Rook Club. Bl.vthevllle Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly night game. Half Moon News Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Mynard and children and Johnny Jones, all of Memphis, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mynard this week. Mr.s. Coy Tweedle and daughter, Gloria, who have been in lien- ton Harbor, Mich-, the past week, have returned home. ,•- Millie: Roland of Hot Springs is •iMt'c'.far.a two weeks visit with her cousin Cleohe Mitchell. Roland Mitchell has gone to Oklahoma City to CAP Camp. He will be gone 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Goff andj son have gone to Galvesloiij Tex., i on their vacation J Miss EnrHnc nichardson spent the week end at Sardia Lake, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck attended the funeral of Mrs. Johnston at Jonc.sboro Sunday. She was the mother of J, E. Johnson of Blytheville. BATTJRDAY, AUGUST W, 1951 ILUXORA NEW< By MRS. G. C. DRIVER Mr. and Mrs. E. R, Bogan are In Dawson Springs, Ky., for a vacation of several days. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lnngston have returned from a two week vacation trip at Panama Beach. Fla. Vic Barnett of Shrcveport, La , has been a recent guest of hla aunt, Mrs, T. L. Stanford, and family. Tom Callls, Jr.. Is attending the state fair this week in Sedalla, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard and grandson, Charles, are visiting relatives In Tulsa. okla. Mr. and Mr.s. wylle Tate. Sr.. visited their son, Wylle, Jr., and Mrs. Tate In Blloxl, Mississippi for several days last week. • Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Caslllo returned home last week from a vacation trip In North Carolina and the, east coast. They were in a party with Mr. and Sirs. Elbtri Huffman of Blytheville. i Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford and | Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Callis and; daughter, Lalla Ann, attended a baseball game i n st. Louis Sunday. Mrs. J. I. Mifflin, who recently j returned home Irom the summer sessions of Arkansas State College.! Jonesboro. left Sunday for Smack- j over and a visit of several days with j her sister, Mrs. w. D. Terry, and family. Miss Nora Wise recently return- j ed home from a vacation motor trip ; lo Eureka Springs and the Ozarks! region. Sh£ was accompanied by' Miss Florence Rush, who later left for St. Louis to Join Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Campbell of that city for another trip to the eastern seaboard Miss Helen Hanna returned home this week from a two-week trip visiting friends in Texas. Miss Jean Warren was a surgical patient In the Memphis Eye, Ear. Nose, and Throat Hospilal for two days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall entertained members of their Canasta Club with a dinner .party at their j home Saturday night. In the games 1 following, Mrs. John Boweh and John Ford were prize winner. Dusty and Sandy, young children of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver, were entertained on their fifth birthday with a lawn party Sunday at the home of their grandparents. Mr, and Mrs. Grover Driver. A carnival theme was carried out in the decorations. The traditional c^kes were multicolored with animal crackers around the sides, and topped by yellow and green candles. Pink lemonade was served from a canopied stand decorated in red and white and centered with a punch bowl surrounded by miniature animals, later given as favors. Thirty-three guests from Li:xora, Osceola, Joiner, and Blytheville enjoyed party games, followed by group singing of the happy birthday song and serving of ice cream.and cake. The Luxora Rotary Club held its annual rural-urban fish fry Thursday night on the lawn of the R. C. Langston home, with one hundred and five members and guests present. R. L. Houck Leonard Ellison, New Liberty News Mrs: p. B. Jarrett was hostess to Ihe members of ORA Club Tuesday for a 1 p.m. luncheon. The table from which the guests were served was overlaid with a white cloth with R mixed centerpiece. In the afternoon.Mrs. Walter Wood and Mrs, Clarence Davis were presented gifts complimenting them on their birthday. Mrs. Edith Epperson was a guest of the club. Mrs. Hilton Stcphenson was hostess to her daughter, Mary Tom on her sixth birthday. The party was held on the lawn at her home, for 25 guests who played games before gifts were opened. Mrs. Stephenson was assisted In serving birthday cake and Iced chinks by Mrs. Elbert Johnson and Robert Robbins. Little garden tools were given for party favors. accompanied by her niece, Sheila Doggett. also of Clarksville who has spent several weeks here. Mr. nllri Mrs. Paul Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Gene McOuire, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oaines. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Stiles, have gone to Nashville. Tenn., for the week end. where they plan to see the "Grand Ole Onry." Hlytlieville Hospital Dismissed: Linda Sue Green. City Mrs. Dick Oreon. Huffman Mrs. Burtrty Foisyttie. Tyler Linda CopeUmd, City j Mrs. F. D. Underwood. City i Mrs, w. p. Pope. Cooler [ Walls Hospital . f DiMUi^SL-d-. Phillip Ke.-^cM, Cily [ Mrs K n. I,nml>L'il. City 1 L.-l iV,-:il Kudbury, City NOTICE Your best investment on today's market is u well- built, well-located home. Johnny Marr Realtor & Builder 112 So. 2nd rhonc 1111 August 22-31 You Are Cordially Invited r " p * P? W. T. S1IELTON SonR Director Services Nightly 8:0(1 Call 1003 For Transportation To Meeting House of Atx-lcnc, Texas n. F. SH.\nr Local Evangelist CHURCH OF CHRIST MAIN AT DIVISION The FLOWER SHOP Glcncoc Hotel Building — Blytheville Mrs. Baker Wilson George Muir, Jr. Flowers for every occasion. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission i!c & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TE Double Feature -Mr. and Mis. J. A. Lloyd and son Darral, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brothers, and family, Mr .and Mrs. Gerald Mann and daughter attended the Lloyd family reunion at Ripley, Tenn., Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Jenkins of! Pine Blufl, were the week end] sucsts of Mr. Jenkins' aunt. Mrs. i C. G, Whitiaker, and Mr. \Vhit- takcr. j Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook and I daughters, Amy Claire, and Mablc are visiting in Shreveport. La., with I their son and brother Lowry Crook and family. They will also visit! another son Billy Crook and Mrs.! Crook at Amarillo, Tex. j Mrs. Orville McGuire Is visiting relatives In St. Louis. She accom-1 panied he:- niece, who has been visiting here, home. and R. J. Gillespie wore in charge of arrangements for the event. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tluvcatt, and chiklien anci Mrs. O. Howton arc currently on a vacation trip to Miami, Fla. while there, they are scheduled to fly to Havana, Cuba, for several days as a side trip. £U Some Things Men Disapprove In Women Talk There are certain topics any woman can be pretty sure will bore , man when n woman Is doin? »fc talking. ' B " 1-rDlscusslon of another woman'i character or pe r - 'sonatlty. Men don't trust on« woman's Judgment of another woman, and so tend to be annoyed rather . "lan llghtei » h «rfi , ,^^_» ,,0116 woman dl s - L_THf; 11J cusses another. Ruth Milled 2 ~ Fullsom* praise for another man. Men tion't actually like to hear a woman express awed admlr- alion for another man any mor« than a woman likes to hear a man sound (oo enthusiastic afiout another \voman. 3—Any long story. Men don't resent having a man hold the stage, for a long story nearly so much as they resent having a woman do th» same thing, 4—Any story whose main point l> how Hie woman telling it told off somebody clfc or outsmarted someone else. They'll take that kind O r story without censure If a man u telling it, but are leery of the woman who seeks to build herself up in that far-from-subtle fashion. 5—Any anecdote that makes a woman's husband look like a chump They distrust a woman who will hold her husband up to ridicute. uml rightly so. 6—Her health. One woman may appear to listen sympathetically while another woman talks on an£ on about her health, but men rareij* make even a very good pretense of finding the subject fascinating. 1—Any story that points up th» fact that the woman telling it is highly critical of other people. That makes a man uncomfortable and no man likes to listen to anything that makes him uncomfortable—especially when a woman is doing th» talking. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE IM HOLT Serial: "The Black Hawk" No, 2 nnd Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Paramount News & 2 Shorts: • "Two Chips And A Miss" • "M:in With A Record" RITZ GUESTS Mr. anil Mrs. Hollis Moody and family Mr. and Airs. Vance Henderson and family Air. and Mrs. Harry Kirby Mr. anil Sirs. Lloyd Kolwyck Serial: The 'Tigorman' No. 11 Also Carfoon SUNDAY & MONDAY DOUBUC FEATURE -NOTICE- We want to loan you a Gcuber Power Seeder to sow your Fall cover crop seed, if you buy your seed from us at competitive prices. Yes, We Can Handle Your Government Loan Paper. For Further Information Call A. A. HARDY 705 Clear Lake Ave. Open 7:0o p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Night with Hod Cameron Serial: "The Oregon Trail" No. 6 An,, Cartoon —PLUS- SUNDAY & MONDAY A LOVE SO STRANGE...SO TENDER...SO TRIUMPHANT! CLAUDETTE COLBERT Cartoon & Comcdv

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