The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 25, 1952
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR •LTfTHEViLLE (ARK.) COURIEX Fat Mullins, Society Editor eo/4 : 4461 of Buford Young Announces Plans Mis* Patricia Sue Kindle of McKinney, Tex., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kindle, today announces plans /or her marriage to Charles Buford Young, yeormn seaman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buforci Young of Blytheville. Rites will be solemnized at eight o'clock in the evening on Friday at the North Baptist Church in Mc- Klnney, irith the Rev. r. T. stages, pastor of the Grand Saline, Tex.. First Baptist Church, officiating at the double ring exchange. Serving Miss Kindle as maid of honor will be Miss Dorothy skazcs ol Grand Saline. Bridesmaids will be Mifs Jean Armstrong of Granbury, Miss Fayc Nell Wallhall of McKlnney, and Miss Shirley Covington of McKlnney. Michael Kindle, a cousin of the bride, will serve as ring bearer and Breada nnniel will he flower Girl. The bride ulll h« given tn marriage by her father. Ben Kenneth Young will serve his brother as best man and groomsmen will be J. c. MlUtead of McKinney, Otis Harvey of S« r eH Water and Dan Franks of Bleclra. Mr. Mflstcad and Mr. Harvey also will light tapers. Miss Billle Lee. vocalist, and Mrs. Carl Oracy, organist, both of McKinney. will present a program of nuptial music. An aunt and uncle of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Mctz Kindle, will be host for a reception, following the Bride - Elect Summer Jewelry Is Easy to Clean 'With a Brush, Soap and Water ceremony. Assisting be Miss Doris Jean Davis and Mrs, Jackie • Hogge, both of McKlnney and Miss Barbara Wilson of Borger, Tex. Children should be taught the necessity for finding out If there are underwater obstructions where they dive, and adults and children alike should always observe water safety rules. fe Keep your Siimmrr jewelry well-groomed with the aid of soap nml water. Holil the piece in one hand anil smls-hrush the rtirl out o.settings (left) Systemalic clcan 5 in K s will Insure sparkling jewelry ncccssoncs (right), and add lo your look of crisp loveliness. By NFA Beauty E'.lllor .11 .L . ,.,. J ••"vnn.-i ni.: juwciry can oe plunged All that glitters may not be gold right In the suds, stones held bv In your summer Jewelry collection, prongs, for example, present no so you better give some thought lo washing . problem. For pieces that how you will keep your "gems" glis- are cemented in place, however tcnlng and gleaming. . o use e sot rush Forlunately, soap and water will dipped in warm soapsuds Rin=e by , go a long way In Jewelry grooming, * •>- —•••' e» ""»•"•&- ui«0111115 «mi uiciir ViU.1 cc rtDaOro Start out with warm soapsuds, and moisture immediately with a bit of avoid extreme water temperatures tissue. News In Daytime Fashions '8870 10-20 \ I By Sue Burnett It's destined to be a close com- .panion for all your daytime activities. There's a brand-new look to this classic that is wearable and charming in the shaped collar and cuffs, the unusual pockels. . Pattern No. 8870 is a pew-rite perforated pattern iu sizes 10. 12, H, • 16, 18 50. Size 12. short sleeves. 5»; yards of 39-inch. For ihis pattern, send 30c tn COINS, your name, adrtre.-?. size desired, and the PATTERN' NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Q iincy St., Chic.izo 6, III. that may crack real or synthetic stones. Have a soft-bristled brush handy. Spread a thick towel on the wash basin edge to keep the Jewelry from slipping off to the flonr or cracking against the porcelain surface. Check the settings to find o» Gosneli Honor Roll Released By Principal Geneva Lee, senior, Barbara Potter, junior, Mary Hannafcrrf, sophomore, Barbara Bevill, freshman Billy Joe Sellers, eighth grade, and Mary Alice Necclhnm. seventh grade, have made the highest grades in their respective classes for the past six weeks nt Gosneli High School, it was announced today by the principal, Floyd E. Irby. Others on the honor.list include some 38 students In the upper six grades. L, Twelfth grade—Bobble Stantlll, Charles Wllliforrt, Marlene Donner. Claiidctle Bevill. Frances Cotton. Hilrla Lcc, Pauline LCD Jeanle Lucius, oay McMillan, and Jem' Raspberry. Eleventh grade—Earnest Allen Lanny Fowler, Donald Hyde. Roy Lee McKay, Wanda Raspberry, Louise Smith. ; Tenth grade-Douglas Watkins, Bertha Carter. Sue Kretch Dot- sme Poff. Ninth grndc—Wauda Whittle Knv Lynn Via, w. M. Southard. Leon Satiford. Bob w Dermott, Eighth grade — Janet Roberts, Jean Howard. Carl Hester Warren! c° y J 'f flr50n ' tj °.vd McCormick.' Seventh grade-Bonnie Wright Huey stlgall, Larry Sanford Ronnie McGaugho.v. Biiford Brackln Rona Faye Meadows, Bruce Hart.' Social Planned By Auxiliary Members of the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary have a joint social meeting tomorrow night, at the Legion Hut when special puesu will be Mr. and Mrs. Tnalon Fraley of Lepanto Mrs. Fraley is state vice president of the Eastern division of the Auxiliary. ,i,,d Mr. Fraley is past dis- trirl rommnr.rlcT. Meeting brains at 8:30 p.m. and hostesses are Mrs Paul Mahon v.'hether the jewelry can be plunged , you'll want to use the soft brush' brushing with clear water Absorb Use the soapy brush on bib necklaces and on all porcelain Jewelry Even minute specks of dust show on pure white pnrcelalri. so keep this type of costume Jewelry spanking clean at all times. Real or simulated pcnrls, especially the pastel-toned ones, should be swished through the soapsuds'. Hold the necklace by the clasp. For soiled knots between pcarLs. lay the necklace on n towel and scrub the knots gently with the sonped-up soft brush. Dip the necklace in warm rinsing water and pat In a towel. Then, pin It to a towel lo dry. The pins .should go through the clasp halves and,serve to hold the necklace (aut. Diamonds nje sturdy enough to take hotter suds and rinses and can then be dipped In alcohol and left to dry. Pick a sale spot, of course. Don't leave your Jewelry groom- Ing until your, favorite piece has become dulled with dust and perspiration. Complement your crisp nylons and cottons with a "sparkle" of cleanliness. new issue is filled with ideas The FLOWER SHOP Glcncoe Hotel Building — Blytheville " Mrs ' Baker Wilson George Muir, Jr. Flowers for every occasion. Class Officers Are Elected Members of the junior class of Gosnell High School have elected their officers lor the 1952-53 school J' c ?.'ji with Roy McKay to serve as president. Other officers are Billy, Hyde, vice, p'resldent; Jane Raspberry secretary; Louise Smith, reporter; Betty Gann. song captain; and Barbara Potter, treasurer. Coach Floyd White Is tha class sponsor. Bits of News Calif. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Elgle H. Brown have returned from several days vacation in Chicago, III,, and Hot Springs. Miss Frances Bright, Mrs. Frances Gammlll. Mrs. Robert Lipscomb and Mrs. Blake Polly were In Memphis yesterday at Kennedy General Hospital. This IB a monthly trip made by several members of Beta Sigma Miss Modlne Day of Memphis arrived Ihls morning to be the guest of Carmen Gary. Charles Duford Young, yeoman seaman, arrived home Saturday to spend a four-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sutard Young preceding his marriage Friday in McKenny, Tex. He Is attached to Mine Squadron 5 at Long Beach, Barbara Carter returned from a 10-day vacation in Kansas and Oklahoma. While In Kansas she was the guest of a former classmate. Miss Louwana Shortino, In Kansas City. Both attended st Mary's University in Xavier. Kans Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Dunn and children, Mary Ann. and Jlmmv. of Union City, Tenn., spent the week end with her mother. Mrs Pearl Hires. Mrs. Sam Hartley and-children Pat and Bill, have returned home from a two-weeks' vacation In Nashville. Tenn., with relatives ma j r ' fSl *!"• V ' C ' Willi ams. who make their home with their daiiEh- t , er ' Mrs - cli "t Anderson, and Mr. Anderson, had as their week end guests Mr. and Mrs, Joe Mclntyre Mclnty're and 1 " "'' * M M "' ° u ™ m. Ky. ' Miss Marlon Mayes' and Miss i Joynelle Pearson of Houston, Many Times, Grown Ups Act Like Children How can we really expect men and women to understand each other when they are so entirely unlike In their thinking when they are still Just boys and girls? A boy likes to test himself against other boys. He has got to win the race, Ri.ih MMI,u or knock the Ruth Millett home run or make the other kid yell "uncle" to feel satisfied with himself. A little girl Is happy if she Is TOLD she did well. She doesn't feel that need to prove anything to herself, so long as others are satisfied with her performance. And those two points of view go on through life. [ A boy's main Idea In life Is lo! please himself. A girl's Is to please j MONDAY, AUGUST X, OSCEOLA NEWS By B*t(y« NeHe Starr Club IT Meeti "Club 17" met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Dave Silverblatt with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Joe EdrlngUjn, as hostess. Ros«i and snapdragons were used In arrangement* placed at intervals throughout the entertaining rooms. A dessert course was served preceding the bridge games. All members were present. Mrs. Ambrose Teatord won high score, Mrs. Billy Aj-res, second, and Mrs. Horace Moore «'on the bridge Pitch Club Metis Widow's Pitch ' Club met Thursday night with Mrs. H. J. Levenstein. A salad (ilate and iced tea was served upon the arrival of the guests. Shades of red zinnias In a lall pottery vase was placed at the end of the sofa, A pale pink pottery holding giant snow-while o ° < S , lB5t left who ou ,, Anrt^tan^?'," 1 ''? 1 ^ 1 ''""™^ anri plan (o return to Blytheville to- nignt. Mr. anrl Mrs. Paul Mahon had as tneir guests yesterday hpr xict*>r . ~ "•" „..-.,..*. Mrs. Robert Rae and's'on nf In °" e he doc5n '' particularly care III., and another' sister Mrs What " le °" ler kids thlnk nf him A j 1 daughter, . crets" about her so other little girls , won't like her either. * r " '" ° r ^~ 1 A " d that ' too ' ls 11Sl?h ' to te h ™ accom ' lanlErt " 1= *'h™ a boy Is a man and the . Bailey, Mr Hayt , yi Mr ' Mrs T I CaroT Ann inf „-. ...^ ,, tll: accompanied by Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs, Ines Rickard who spent list week here Mrs. Bailey will remain this week In Grayvllle with her mother, while Mr. and Mrs. Lynn W. Brown i were in Floral. Ark., over the week end attending the family reunion of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. B L Brown. Mrs. Earl McGregor anri grandson, Gerald Lynn Hancock, Jr., and Mrs. Glenn McArthur and son, Steven spent the week end in Black Oak with Mrs. McGregor's sister Mrs, H. W. Gallop. Miss Mary Noe spent the week end in Doniphan. Mo., where she visited her parent's. Mr. and Mrs. W J Noe. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stroud 'and Infant daughter. Olenria Jean, have' had as their guests. Mr. Stroud's mother, Mrs. Elisabeth Austin of Marshall. They al| returned to their home^ yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gentry had as their week end guests. Mrs." Gentry's sister. Mrs. Ben Slayten. Mr. Slaytai and children, and her brother, Julian Mullis, all of Ca- of men and women. A boy comes oiit with z rebellious "No" when he doesn't want to' do what he is told, and usually winds lip having lo do it anyway. A girl is more devious She'll say "Yes" sweetly and then wind up never do- in e it at all. When they're grown the man's rebellion Is. Just as obvious and'usually just as fruitless, and the woman's way of agreeing out loud while planning to do exactly as she pleases is Just as effective as ever. A boy will call attention to himself by bragging about how well he can rto this or that, A girl Is more likely to call attention to how well she does a thing by pretending lo think -she Isn't very <?ood at it. And that carries on until one day a man Is bragging about the smart business deal and a woman Is apol- oeizing because her perfect pie didn't turn out quite right. ' If one boy doesn't like another pitcher zinnias .was at the entrance door. Mrs. Bebe Levensteln grew these scclmen zinnias In her garden She assisted her mother in serv-j""°' & ' ^ ul ing. Mrs. Ely Driver and Miss ! !V cce 9 1 Mrs - B ° Blanche cleere played pitch with! ls ls "•- Slster (lie members. Miss Cleere von high score, and Mrs. Tinsley Driver '.von second PTA Board Meets The executive board of the Osceola Parent Teacher Association held Its first meeting of the new year at the high school Tuesday night. The group voted to have all meetings on the third Tuesday in each month U> be held at the new Snider in Charlotte and Blowing Rock, she expects to arrive home the early part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Koath Harwarg left Friday .for a week's vacation on Kentucky Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Bannister announce the birth of I son Thursday at the Baptist Hospital tn Memphis. He has been named Milton Micnael and will be called Mike. Mrs. Hubbard Wood will leave by plane from Memphis Thursday for Panama City, Panama, to Join her husband, U. Woori, who Is stationed with the army in Panama. Mrs. Wood will stop overnight in Houston. Tex., to visit Lt. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson, Jr., before going to her destination. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Googe and' end with her pventa, Mr. tea Jew* Cramer. Tommta Al who has been vbitlng hit parent* for th« p»st we«k ir. turn home with hie pmrenu wMl« their dsughtw, MlM Kitty Lou AU berron, will remain until mac. She Is enrolled In Mrs. KcreUrI»l school. Mr, i ' r s n ° m H,, h^ , But " a Birl rtoe£n ' t likc ™ oth « Daughter of , !U1( . Bir , she swm fa te ,, itj? ,. w . " girl a woman. Blytheville Hospital E. B. Borlands, Manila L. H, Hay. City J. A. Walton, Cits- Mrs. Billy Pool. City Luverda Norrb. psceola Mrs. Marshall TJhomas and Metallic prints an dstrlpes have entered the shower curtain field with gold, silver, and gun-metal glittering on water-repellent, easily washable fabrics. ruthersville. . Mr. and Mr;. H. C. Blankenship and children. Norbert, Manya, and Deenya, have returned from a two- week vacation spent In MonUceUo, Oa,, and Daytona Beach and Crystal Springs, Fla. ( BONDED SOLES 3 Our amazing KMs won't he careful BCT YOU CAN! Buy them Acrobats. Tlial nigged neoiile BONDED SOLE is guaranteed for throe months' wear or new shoes FREE. In eslra snwrl styles, all „ jt), ,h c growing foot design thai means coon TTET when they grow up. Always glaci to suc-chcck lo help you keep your chiM propcrlyfitted 4 95 to 6 95 moil tly/«j, occorcJing la ill* foof design shoes * AI.L A > your Stptembt; UD1ES' HOME JOUR.N.U. -Sfii^rl J< "° Dncl « ''»'« ACSOBAT I' SJT/ RANCH CLUH. A,V ft,, , nut Tcr? ^A^JjA. on the fan. ^^rf ^ft SKOfS K>» IOYS »l ACROBAT FOR THE G R 0 W I N G Y E A R S * C R A D L E TO JtJN IOR HIGH FREE COLOR BOOKS FOR THE YOUNGSTERS KELLEY'S "Your Friendly Shoe Store" White Is in Boston, ?ek attending busi- and Mrs. Elvis Alberson of eiementary school iYVao. £««. Sik^MoU spending trTweek live meet hies will start at t nvim-b " "penning me ueeK , . - tive meetings will start at 7 o'clock. Projects that were discussed was the annual Halloween 'Carnival, Health Clinic, and to erect a larger stage In the Junior High School Auditorium. Billie Bcall was suggested to ne chairman of the recre- • ation committee. Mrs. J. B. Strick- llng, treasurer, gave the financial report as of the closing of'school in May, whlhc was nearly $900 on band. This year, there will only be one prize offered in room count where before there were two cash prizes given. ' Committees for eye clinics are as follows: high school, Mrs. Rebo Jones and Miss Emily Hotabs; unior high, E. H. Burns. Mrs. Don Held and Mrs. Steely: elementary school. Mrs. Harry Matlock and Mrs. Gene Burns. Mrs. Carol Watson, national home service officer, pave a report on state activities. Nine members of the board were present. Personals Mr, and Mrs. Rcbo Jones and daughter, Patsy, returned home Thursday after spending two weeks in Houston. Tex. Miss Llewelyn White, who spent the summer at Lake Lure, N. C.. is visiting her aunt, Mrs. George Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TE DOUBLE FEATURE —1'LUS— Also Metro News TUES.-WED.-THURS. " PAL NIGHTS 2 Admitted For The Price of 1 • UOUKLE FEATURE • children, Joan and Paul ol Charleston, Miss., and' Mrs. Jack Williams of Seattle, Wash,, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bowles. Mrs. Oooge Is a ind Mrs. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lucy of Denver, Colo., are visiting Mr. Lucy's mother. Mrs. James Florida and Mr. Florida. They are also vlsitlnt rel-1 atives and friends They will return to Sept. 1. Jud»e BillieWestbrook Complimented by H and T Club Miss Billle Jean Westbrook, »ho will leave next month for college was complimented Saturday at th» home of Mrs. Denny Byrum with a dessert-canajla for member* of H and T. Club. Miss Shirley King was a guest of the club. Mrs. Marvin Hall, and Miss Bug Stanfield were Mrs. Byrum's eo- hostesses for the occasion. Small boiiqufts of cut flowers centered the tables from which the hostesses served a dessert course before the afternoon was spent In playing canasta. In the fame, Miss Kine won hlih score, and Mrs.,J. E. Elklns took second. Miss Westbrook teas presented a gift by the hostesses. wash in Blytheville. their home It Is Important that you tinware and dry it well immediately after using. Do not scour or scrape It with sharp tools. They may cause, breaks in the fin coating and the metal base will rust. * • • Walking constantly In thin-soled shoes tends to cause arches to sag and callouses. to form. You should own at least one pair of street • hoes that feature soles thick enough to cushion the foot. —PLUS— "NEXT TIME WE LOVE" with Margaret Sullavan and James Stewart ALSO CARTOON AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION UPMMIOIEU. TAB HUNTER DONALD GfiAY UD< 1 LAST TIME TODAY Poromounf News • Cartoon • • ' •" Novelty Reel R!TZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Hollis 'Moody apd family Mr. and Mrs. Vance Henderson and. family Mr, and Mrs. Karry Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Selected Short Subjects RITZ GUESTS Jlr. and Mrs. J. C. Walters Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sfickman anrl family Mr- and Mrs. Murray Smart and family Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walters Open 1:00 p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. Z Shows Every Nljht LAST TIME TODAY LOVE SO STRANGE...SO SO TRIUMPHANT] Cartoon & Comedy TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Dollar Nights •— Bring A Car Full For A Dollar ! Into THEWI BLUE YONDER plftoar the L Hell-Riders of tfc« B-29s! '~ii£',. * tiruiuc ncT»*t Cartoon & Comerlv

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