The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1952
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(ARK.) COtTCIEK NEW! WEDNESDAY, SEPT- S, 1952 So&ietu, J\teuiA Mullins, Society Editor * Fat Mullins, Phone 4461 'Fashions and Flashbacks' Theme Of '52 Fashion Show, Tea Sept. 19 ''Fashions and Flashbacks" | ]pr. llghtlni;. Former Resident Is Complimented At Dessert-Bridge Mrs. Fred Sledrnan, a former res- j jj ie " 0 i,i ' an( j trie new In the lashion j I-ogan, anrt Mrs. nalmvatrr. (tinwisj ""*"• Went who now makes her home In | wor i ( i will be presenter! Sr;it, 19 nt | will be received by Mrs MrCalla, " ltu Victorville, Cnlif., was eomplimen'.- , (h(1 H ,,, P i Koble. necorcllng to Mrs. ; Mrs. Albert. Taylor, Mrs. James Roy, """ the theme of the 1052 Junior addition to Mrs James C Sorority Meets In Norman Home Mr. 1 ;- Elmer Norman was hostess • nd MrB. Blake Polly was co-lint- i less to members of the Alpha Al- i pha Chapter of Beta SiRina Phi | yesterday at the Norman home. Mr. and Mrs, Ray B. WhHmore Surprise Party Given at Home A surprise birthday party honored Frank Craig, who was 11 years old Monday, given on the lawn of hi.i hom«. Mr. and Mrs. r. M, Craig, his Auxiliary Fashion Show and Tea, Guard, Auxiliary president. Mrs. The Beta Sigma Phi color, yellow,' of Ltixora announce the birth of a xas used throiiRhnm, ihe entrr- ] son yesterday at Methodist Hosplt- rooms, where low bmvU or' at. They have two other children, Ray and Linda. Nancy Henderson, five-year-old dfl'JRhlor of Mr. and Mrs. Vance He tid orson, unciei'went an appen- >ale to he "held"in' the'' near i rt«ctomy at Blythevllte Hospital. re. A newcomers club was nr- Mr and Mrs - Bll<ld >' Gtllam cele- * " their second anniversary \pllow blossoms were placed at In tPirals. In the business scs.Mon, silau were marie lor a rush party and ed last, night at the home of Mrs.; Harry Gradlpy with a ric-SForl-britlgc. 1 Mrs. Stedman is the puesi of her j parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. D Foster. which a dessert roursp wns ^ervrtl. Max I.oRnn, chairman. Plans lor the annual event \vere completed ytvsterdny at a iwirhnon meet iiii? of thfi Auxiliary at the Inn. when Mrs. Locan and zed to meet at Hotel Noble once i *>»' aterj Mr.,, nen jurpol*. Jr., Mrs, V,^ | ;™'^y^r_ a,e_purpose "«. "r?-i *'"',"" Mkxin, Ora-manLft .ve«l*r w tor IjitUe Hock u-riere she wsH parents, were hosts lor the party. Alter Prank had opened hi* sifts, Mrs. Craig served cake and i? f Family Reunion Held At Walker Park Here Members of t F. C, Reams fain- ...... _ ily were entertained with a picnic 1 is the chief DLspatchrr in and family reunion, at Walker Park i Transient Truck Division for the Labor Day holidays. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Downing and family, and Mr. HOLLAND NEWS Rv Mrs. K(i Hampton, Jr. Concerning other service men Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Halbrook ot here and overseas: Cpl. Snmuel Lr«-1 Morrllton. Ark., were overnight rer is now in Korean services after j Rur-sls of Mrs. Charity Epperson 13 months training in the States at | Thursday and Friday. With Mrs. South Carolina anrt Pnndleton I Epperson non' is her dnushter. Mrs. Field. Ocean Side. Calif. He is with 1 June Bryant of Centerrldcc, Ark., the Pirsl Marine Corp Division and i who will remain throush the week, is the son or Mr. ami Mrs, Joe Les- Paul Evnetle Norrid, infant ton t«r. Cpl. Mwvlon UUcyis a Kovcnn. oJ Mr. ami Mrs. Jim Horrid, is veteran 'A ith one year's service. He ! home and improving after an oper- i man Robinson. Mrs. Alvln Huff-| in * newcomers feel more at home man Jr and Mr« Monroe Cram lri <"» home town." <ia > Im '' mle noc * * U "J slle '""land Mrs. Cleo Hammond and son ', Mr.?' Rohcr" o. LH.n"y™nr P r e :| In the past, meml.ors of the or- • ft? 1 ""?"™ lm " m * at th ° D <»> tlsl U B-«t Alton. III.. Mr. anrt Mrs. o( | ---- o £- ri^pr^ I ™« «'«'« •*"» W >" *" Mrs Fendlr-r In .n, a low arrangement of v^o, | her co-rhairnuu, Mr. W, "T ^ daisies, At intervals, throughout L ^ier. nnnounccd the folio* nip i 10 p,-^^ win hf > IJS r-tl lo further , eraturp. and to visit patterns. " i "^J, '"r '". »!";; Jf)bri ™, the living room were bouquest of j committee chairmen: , hiw Mr vico tn <h? community was voted that the group would nmv ; ha ve returneri home aftcr a ^ mixed flowers. | Mrs S. E. Tune, decorations; Mrs. j through various propers, Ihe fore* | pn only two limes each year, hut i P rn wedriinc trip Favors were enrrinps and Mrs. : j c. Stevenson, food; Mrs. Harry jmosl of which !s the newly-orsnn- j would tnicp a troup of local talent! MrR C , PO vVren and children \ A. mines and Mrs, W. A. Afflick, | i/,cd school for physically handl-j ( O r enlertalnnvnt. ' Carolyn. Kay. and C. B., have returned fro ma two week's vacation Stedman received a winler corsace. Winners of the game were Mrs, I , pl j n dow displays; Mrs. E. M. Terry, p - , . Dairies and Mrs, \V. A. Afflick. [ iwd school for physically handl-i [ O r entertainment. capped children. I The hofitesse.;, served dessert and : p Floyd Seay, first, Mrs. Herman Kc p - | j r _ publicity; Mrs. John Caiulill, | Participating stores are Mlssj co ff CP fharse, second, and Mrs. Richard I music: Mrs. Paris McCalla, favors j Whlt.sitt's Shop, the F-nvthe Shoppe I Osbornc, traveling prize. nllr l cionr Mrs. R, A. Porter) and the Tot Shop. Commentaries — I • -- . Mld Mls . j;,,,^ Terry, table ar- j will he done hy Mrs, R. A. Nelson J JOIII ranftenlPnls: and Mrs. Oscar Fend- ! and Mrs Guard CSW Samba Club Is Organized Here (Members Honored! Baptist Circles Th* csw samba ciub ™s own- At B i rthday C i ub Have Program i?ed yesterday at the home of Mrs. ' Leon Scherer with four charter members. -They plan to add more than 'he one table, made up of the cha members. After the game, which was won by Mrs. Eugene Brown, B sandwich plate was served with iced drinks. Mrs, Henry l,on? was entertained Mrs. Huliert Polspinvp %•».«: hoslrs.s hy Mrs. I M. McHoftey. and Mrs. io members of Circles Three and '. nC i Clayton iroldcr was entWtaincrt by i Four of the Busmrw Womrti's Cir- 1 Mr5. FlUe Lpndennlc last nteVH al'clf-s of Cnlvnry Baptist Church at Hireling of members of Y. M. j her hnmp last nip'.tt. Birthday Club held at the McHaffcy | After n nntluck Mip|>er. the Royal ZJn c Illythevllle Hospital Dismissed: A. J, Presncll, Jr., City Mrs. Percy Crow, Rt. ^ Ernest Column. Etownh Eridie Regenold. Armorel U'aNs Hospllal Dismissed: Evanda l^e Walls, City Carl Paul, City Janle Melvin, St. Louts Thrifty Blouse Trio Reams, Mr. snd Mrs. fMwai'rt U'arson and family, Mr. and Mis. Lawrence Widner and. family, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Widner anrt family, Legion Auxiliary In New Orleans. Biloxl. and Gulf. port. They visited Mr, and Mrs. j Karl Rogers and were accompanied home by Mrs. Rogers of New Orleans. Mrs, James D. Jeflrries is in Little Rock visiting her husband's par- At a meeting of the members of j cuts. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Jcfleries. American l^eaion Auxiliary at the | Mrs. R. C. Allen .spent yesterday Hut lust nicht, three new members j in Memphis. wrre welcomed into the group. Mr , am i MrBi Kenneth Lawson Included were Mrs. Emory i ,, nri daushtcr. Dawne. left today WriKht, Mrs. G. M. Harding and ; for ir , P i r home- in Chicago, after Mrs. John Hart. a v;eek with their pareni. 1 ;. In the business session, plans for : , Mr nn rt Mrs _ Hsrry Lawsorv ami a bake sale to be held Saturday j Mr a]Kl Mrs Major neriman. wei-e dlscilssPri, and more work was F j lornr - I Service procrarn was given, with 1 done on the organizing of a Negro w>ill leave tomorrow ft After a buffet supper was served,! the hostess In chnrpe. Miss Ellon ] Legion Auxiliary. two birthday cakes In pale arcon Moore »>frcred (lie opening prayer, with pink candles were cut in honor: which wns followed by a devotional nf the two members who had birth- j civen by Mrs. Pol.^'rove find Mrs. days this month. The table xras overlaid with a hand crocheted cloth and was centered with a low crystal bowl filled with pink s'.veetpeas. Both honorees were, presented gifts and the remainder of the evening was spent informally. Henry Berry. Mrs. Berry pave a prayer before Mrs. Lelnnti HocJge, <Irs. .Jim Ross. Mrs. Howard CMd- well. Miss-Moore and Mtss Lucinda ole took parts on the program. Mrs. John FloiU was a guest o( ;h(.' meeting which wns dismissed •>y Mrs. Jimmy Garner. Baptists Have Season of Prayer Nt embers of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met at the church Monday for n Senson of Prayer program. After the watchword hnd hcnn given, they sang a hymn nnd Mrs. Alvln Huffman offered prayer, Mrs Uoyd Stickmon was in charge of the program. Mrs. Walter Blshnp gnve the devotional ancl prayer by- Mrs. E. E. Stevens was followed with R solo by Mrs. Worth Holder accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart Rt the piano. Mrs. A. T. flay lies reviewed book cm "Stewardship and Missions." The Dlxfo .Jackson nffrrinc; was aivcn mid Mrs. H. L. Chambers offered the closing prayer. Garden Club Has Meeting Mrs. A. D. Priesl was hostess terriny for a mnnthly meeting of members of East Sine Garden Club for a business sessinn fliiti program. Play Bridge with Club Layette Ql-.r.Mim- Tc. ("Si.™-, OMUWLl Ib Vjlven The Razortack was the scene Monday for a surprise layette shower Kiven in honor of Mrs. San- , ford Tomlinson by the employees- M of the Razorback. llic j n!ion last week at Haylt Memorial „ „ then'.! HospHnl for fl jtomach obstruction. The father of wo children. Mr. Ut- | MrSi Lucy K i (e ,. „( Richland, l«y anrt family make their home | Ca \n | ons |j me Hn!J^nrt resident, n-iih Cpl. Otlc-y's parents. Mr. and . is her( , visiting her children. She Mrs Virgil Utley. I h as n^arle her home in Richlanrl for Raymond Kcnley. son of Mr. and ; f( . vrra | ycnri .sith ."r. ar.d Mrs. Mrs. Bam K"nley. Irft Monday for Raymond Kifer. Amon? thnre with a shiripiii? 01 it- point in N'e'.K' Jersey j w [ TO[n p^? will stay are Mr. and af'.er a veal at Fort Hood, Texas nnrl . Mrs Theadore Kifer. Mr. anrt Mrs. recent traininR at- Officer Candidate ;j amPS Tnnkersley, Mr. and Mrs. St-hool in Fnrt Knox. Ky. Fvom New j K ,\y lf ,) oe Qatewood anri Mr. and Jersey he will he subject to Euro- j Mrs j jm \! orl id. pean duty. Airman First Cl^ss; ^ r;; ^ g Johnston of Lexine- ,!anies M. Creasy, who ^ nn fur- | ( on _ Term., accompanied Mr. and loiich hpi'f with his inirenrs. tiie: Mrs Clifford Correll. who hart vis- John Duvalls. will Ica'.p Seineinbcr ; | tc(i (here, home for a few (lays tenth for Camp Kilmer in New Jer- J wit i x relatives She Is a sister of Mrs. =cy for finther traininL-. ! Mnndy Fisher. Mi. nnd Mrs. Board Stivers ac- j w[(h lh(> c i jffo ,. d Correll family: rompanicd Mr. and Mrs. I.iwraw i Mia<; Corr(>1) Ml ^. n Ihe week-enci Stivers and diu'.slitrr Charlotte to fn| Thomaf. ille. Mo., where she has „.„„, Thurs , ia v , m - j for the music depart_ , . til Monday where they were s»e^ts j """ Yn"tne hi°h schonl there after Mrs. Tomlmson formerly was a! , , arm home o( Mv nnrt Mrs ! InrnL m [ne " bookkeeper there. The afternoon, was spent in '"-j "pro^stlTouis over the week- formal entertainment. i ( , nd M| . 5 ^ D B( , st a ,, rt 0:u , ?hl( , r , i M,S. Fern Cnlfman. anrt Mrs. Jean Bunker visited. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Colctmri and friends. They are, all (ormer residents. Sunday pucsts for dinner at Mrs Coming Events a summer session of teaching at Reeves, Mo. Miss Doris Ccrrell is in Bernie. Mo., a member of the elementary school faculty, where she instructs in history and art. Kenneth Correll is one of Holland's many State University students at Columbia. He recently wits present- •rt n football hand letter and con-AA ~ who has been their houscgucst, has Three gutsta played brldee la>>t , returned home, licht. with members of the. N. N.j jvi rH arit i Mrs. Charles DridRe Club at the home of Mhsjiir, n ave arrived here from Fay- Hetty N'ell Tomlinson, for club Eame.H. Gliests included Misses Susi the completin? University of Arkansas. Taylor. Jo Ann Trteschmann and Betty Nell Holland. After a dessert covirse was pervert, bridge games wore played and win- , Gn ners were Miss Taylor, hleh, and Bermme. (-,,1 Miss Jane Wilson, second high. will be the guests o[ Mr. Crip?er's arents, Mr. and Mr*. Charles Cris- Mrs. B. A. BURR In charge ol Uie program, which followed a brief business session. 'I*he program, piv- cn by Mrs. Iverson Morris. Mrs. \V. E. Buciinnan was on Fnll bulb planting and storing spring bulbs. In arrangements contest, Mr*. Bugg won first and Mrs. Buchanan won second prize. The hostess served pie and coffee. Initiation Service Held by Baptists A candlelight inlliaHon wrvtre as conducted for Nancy Lenn and Linda Humphreys, candidates for member.ship in thr- fiiris' Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. Jan Mullins presided over the meet lup, which took place n round large star. As the candidates \vnIked to enrh point of the star. they were reminded of the five-star idenis. of the organization. .Iftt\ simp ft *-oU> which was followed by the colors, allrcianre anrt pledge, and the presentation nf their GA pins. Mrs. R. G- Cash, lender. Held in Lee Home Mips Adnline Lee u-np hostess ^^nn^^ny nipht for R chill supper at her honief;..'tor members of the Young Wnirinri's Association of the First. Baptist, .Church. In the program meeting which follrm-ert. Mrs. R(jy Head, counselor for the Rroup, ofTci'Cd prayer and n devotional \vns given by MilUc Al\n MciHory. NUss Lfln Overman had charge of the program on which Miss Kathcrine Wrsthrook. Miss Pal Mullins, and Miss Mnxlne Hill assisted witli tin pa rl.s. Prayer disniisseri the member. 1 ;. Miss Mary Webb was artdert t> the mejnljcrship. Give ymir reprnductions of fine rl paintings greater depth hy covering them with one or two thin , . ger. Jr.. for three weeks, before Mr. Cricger reports for duty at Fort ing. Ga. Mr. nun Mrs. O. T. F.lliott. Jr.. announce Ihe birth o! their second on Michael Joe. at Walls Hospital Monday. They have another son, -'•< Michigan. They visited their son Delano McMillin of Bloomm?. Ind.. a tttidcnt at the University ot Indiana. T A. Folder is in New Orleans this week to attend an insurance managers conference. Set. and Mrs. Nathan Kines and son Nathan Lee. of Tampa, Pla.. I are spending lo days with his mo- • By Sue Burnett Your prettiest clips and pins can Each of these lovely Mouses re- ornry membership hartacs. led prayer, which was followed by | , lo rtm ,i,i e duly it you will clip or a SOUR. Mrs. G. C. Bartholomew anrt , sctt . , hem to s {, lrd j. botaby pins and Mrs. Ott Mullins were. Riven hnn- ] VVMr thl , m „, ]r , lair . District PTA quires jtist one yard of fabric in the smaller size's—each BOCS together in ' practically no time at all. Why not' sttcT.rh your wardrobe with all three. Pattern No. F.639 is a sou'-rite per- ! __ . . foratec! pattern in sizes 12. 14. 16, IS. i | Q lIQVS 20. Size 14, 1 yard of 39-inch for j each style. ! For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your nainn. arklrcss. <ue df.-in'd, and the PATTERN NUM-' Refreshments \rere served In the ••ocial horn which followed. Mrs. E. A. Run* of JoneslKiio. state chairman of patent education, will be pue.-t >i>ciker at the Parent- Assnciiitioii Scliool of In- BER to Sue Burnni. Cni.ricr News.; formntinn lo he held at the First 375 Qjincy St.. Chicago 6. III. , Mclliodist Church Friday at If) a.m. Ready for you now Basic FASH- ' The school, p.hlrh is to cive an ION' lor 52. Fall and Winter. This; explanation of each officer's duly, new issue is fillrd ',\nli ideas for will be prodded over by Mrs Ed smatl. pniclKal >ou :n^ fur a new • \Vilii:nns ol Wilson, nnd is for the season; put pa'fiii [ivin : cd Inside v>enrfit '«£ any tnetnbor of PTA in the linn!:. 25c. I this school district. Lovely Home For Sale Located on a cbnire Int. this unusually aUr.iclive home he hou^lit (or only $2100.00 rtown, with balance on FHA Icrmv One of thp, Iwo bedrooms « pin* panelled with built-in bocvk shrives. Nitc oak (Irtors, rnmfnrl.ihlc scrrrnrd porfh off living room, and of top FHA conylruc- tton throughout. Sliow-n br apjviintnirnt only. E.M. TERRY Phone 2381 or 2134 re AIR CONDITION E Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission He & 30c A i All Times \VK1). - THUKS. r';il Nights 2 Admitted For The Price of 1 DOUBLE FEATURE Best Vote-Getters for Back-Lo-School 'Quaint Fashions " AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY COUlMfllA PICTURES wesents JILDE-T.IB.WRIGHT PLUS SHORTS Snooze Res! West Point Today WIS.LIAM WILLIAM WYIERS lllrJIMHIl'iAld] ^S • Hus .ARULARI Rt-reltast. Also Cartoon ially Good HouMke«pin9, Aoguir^ Old fashioned charm with up-ln- Ihe-min "te chic, that's Knle Greenway's approach to school, scshool. Choose the "Guimpe Brcss" in cordetl chamhray. t h e "(Jihson Girl" or "The Yokee" in -\Vrinkl-Shed gingham, all famed Dan River fabrics. And made especially with these exclusive Kate Greenway features: the pock^ ct that's always (here hidden in the right hand side seam, (he size lahel whic hindicatcs height and weight measurements for perfect si/, e selection, guaranteed, of course, to wash, wear and fit well. In sizes 3-Gx, and 7*1 !. RITZ GUESTS Miss Cliffie Overman Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hodges and family Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Hood Mr- and Mrs. Gene Ellis THURSDAY & FRIDAY s rn action... in the war-torn Mediterranean! Paramount News & Selected Shorts: "Law & Audrey" and "Por'don Us Penguins" RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Hcrlicrt Chilcis and family Airs. Louise Sliocke .Mr. and Mrs. R. \,. l,nppi n p anti family Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thomas Open I:(X> p.m. Show Staris at Du^k. 2 S'lous Every Night LAST TIMES TONITE Plus Shorts: "Mutt in a Rut" r» IM.-C* * t '.«o. r-\ «v" ond PARKER NEAL ROMAN , . &-*™m™Z'&%9 Uttle Ru "^^ THURSDAY & FRIDAY fife^Hi^ -Hfei Gy.m- UmCatoro -ZsaZsiGatot Shorts: "Bombatera" and "Haunting We Will Go"

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