The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 12, 1952
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Pat Mullins, Society Editor BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS ewA Duplicate Bridge Round-Up Couple Is Wed In Piggott Mrs, Lena Burns is today announcing the mariape of her rianph- j ter, Miss Shirley Ann Burns, to: Bobby Ray Clark, son of Mr. and! Mrs. Willarrt Clark, all of Blythe-i ] if. >/tiii j i*i*i n j< in s\, nun .MI .-,, r. t-. The ceremony was performed in : Fnl ,, n an d .\i rs . w. A AUIick sec- P'Bgotl last Saturday at 4:30 p.m.: onn . Third place went to Mrs. n. A. with Judge T. I. French officiating j Lvrcl] am , . M , s c w A((lirk LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER Country C'lnb J)ilpllcat« At a meeting of members of the Blylhcville Country Club Duplicate Brirfec Lc.i^ue, last. Tiie^drty, a Mx- :ablc Howvl! movement wax played. Winners o! the masterpoint game ucre Mrs, F. E. Hlack anrt Mrs. W. .. .. D. nhiimblin. first, nnd Mrs, p. r>. A. Lynch and .Mrs. Jim at the single ring exchange. Mrs. Betty Jo Wood wns the couple's only attendant, and was ed in a blue linen dress with ncce-ssories. fourth .o Mrs. Harry W. Hamcs, and Mrs. n. C. Sim*. Thursday Duplicate A four-table Howcll movement wns played lasi in^lit t,i the Hotel Noble. Taking top honors was Mrs. R. Rolcson. | Serond pl; U e tiidert in a tie be- twren Mrs. Georgia Bailey anrl Mrs. George Wiggs, and Firrnarti Gooch and Miss wiin,. Nrlihul. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bet lye Neile Starr Stevens Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stevens were hosts to six couples Saturday night at the home ot Mr, and Mrs Rus-! BOIVCII at a dinner party Decorations were of a birthday motif honoring Mrs. Stevens anrl one- , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1952 Girls Who Know Answer 'No [ AI' News/eatures ! What U the news on the wolf front? fire: "I've even watched my brother go off with the boys for an Inexpen. Amateur Audition ; Radio Station KOSE and the OB- ceola Ki'.vanis Club have started auditioning latent for their annual amateur round-up. The auditions are no win progress guest, John Ford. The party in- ' e'-'ery afternoon at the radio sta- "lildcd Mr, And Mrs. Elmer"}tall,''!"" '"-"2 follr lo five Monday * h » ; ;UDC Has Election, Guest Speaker flar'w i * . 1 1 iii. , * TrowrTsuu'of gai'ar-! At Luncheon Held at Rustic Inn dressed In . .._ „ dine with matchlm? hat and other, accessories. ! Members of the Elliott Fletcher Both the bride and Broom attend-' Chapter of United [Daughters of the ert Blytheville Schools and will make . Confederacy met at tbe Rustic. Inn their home here, where Mr. Clark is employed by Rice-Stlx. • fur a business and proir- Mrs. Bill Norton Honored at Party ram m Mrs. W. D. Colib. Mrs. Mel 16 members Brooks, Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr.. Mrs. o. H Orear. nnd Mrs, Ralph Berryman '.vein hostesses for the 12:30 p, m luncheon, which was attended by and tlir- euesl speak- ; Bits of News m ,f n f 11loSnij j erSonai Mrs, James Vest was host (^5 ffir ft party last nlRht given In honor : of Mrs. Bill Norton, who Is moving \ to Memphis. \ Summer flowers In mixed ar- I ranEenients and potted plants I formed ft setting for gnrnps of bun- i Morns Linos and Eugene Burks co which were played nftrr pitcsis j' iave fi° Iie *° Jonr-sboro where they - - - ' it/ill atletid Arkait-sas State College. Miss Barbara K, Griffin, daughter of thr Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Griffin of Lcpamn, Ark., wns admitted to Trinity Hospital Thursday for brain surgery. Miss Griffin was in an au, and has showered the honoree with kitchen gifts, for her new home. In games, Miss Barbara Carter won first, Mrs. Sam Reddlck won second, and Mrs. Ed Rmisscll won low. i . a f lomobile accident June 1 1 mm';uitt; CHILUUIIL i>imt; i^, ana /Ias Mrs. Jim Hipp, mother of the hos- j txen , lnc |cr a doctor's care since. t«ss, ns5l£ted her In serving party , foods and Iced drinks. Birthday Party. Given on Lawn Barney (Butch) Warren celebrated his fourth birthday yesterday at his home at 430 East Davis when his mother, Mrs. Rov Warren was hostess for 12 of his "friends. Informal games were conducted on the lawn for the children and later « birthday cake with iced drinks waa aerved. spendini; a month at Hot Springs and the remainder of the time rtt Ratton Clinic in iMnnUn, where she was formerly employed as X-ray and laboratory technician. Mack Koonre. Charles Booker and fra Neely Koonce left, for Payette- ville and the University of Arkansas, where they will all be students. Airman First Class and Mrs. Robert P. Dean are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday in San er, Mrs. J. p. Carroll. The two-course luncheon was seivcrt from a long table, centered with a flag display and running the length of the table were small hud vases, at Intervals, holding red ro-^es. Two large bowl«i of red anrt white roses and a bowl of reii Mr. and Mrs. Rny Olive, Mr anrt! Mrs. G. c Driver, Jr., Mr. and Mrs! A. B. Roz.'lte, Mi snd Mrs. Ford and Mr. anrt Mr>. flowen, enjoyed I dam me at Gscooia's Supper Club ai I late hours. | I'TA Mi-els The Ij'ixorn Parent-Teachers \s- sorialinn held Its first meerinr/ ,,i the school year Wednesday nfter- noon nl the fichool cafeteria, with I •13 members and cuesls presciu. and presided over by Its nevi' president. Mrs. A. B. Ro7."ll^. Group sinciiiR opened tile prosram. follov/cd by devotional tliotishu slven bv Mrs. \V. c. Howard, and the president's throiiRh Friday and li a house guest of Elizabeth Ann Ivy this week. Mr. anrt Mrs. Mitchell Moore were' i c ^ „, 6 " "•* w ' ul IJle ooys lor an nexnen. ls_^man more ,or less of a wolf sive evening by themselves Tn"; Vi,~' don '' even (ccl 50rr J' for me slttina The consensus of a reuresenta-' home alone." 8 Jive^ croup of yonns larties is thntj Boys are going back to old-fat tnej are not—as a matter of fact ( ioned entertainments such as ten- j yo ."." 5 filly; ' i Thcy'rTriither do r thnt° r BwordlSg n |o .. , ., - ---- -.. = ..... of! mere was a lime yon resented: most, 'than eo danciii2—borinir !„ Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Smith. «'ho has be,n ff whistled at by rurte gentle- | say the least in the™ Lima "on. Mrs. firodie Creed, datishler ----- -• — -J....M., ninj iiaft ..'...M -,....1111.11 rtt uy rune centie- been living in Ankara. Turkey for''™ 1 ", scorned younc men who made ,, , .~ —-- j.y.jut, men \\IHJ maae j Meanwhile how arc (he <HI-IH Si b,e ,„ ente7'the-contest^e a B e fX ^CTorX' «?£ scvi I ^£Z^^l™^ J?«l"5 t^ni '"""T^ k ^ limit is six years old up. There wll ernment. there, returned b'. - t a *«*"*<• lad who tried to strike'm | Icarain/ hovi To "wk "* be five weekly contests beginning- Oct. 2 to be held at the Gem Theatre in Osceola. There will be two winners each week of the contest ...„..., . <. kuiicru rj, - •* mirtum- mu v,no mod to strike up 1 learmnc nou r tt> rnov ***• a «r lo Tiirwy. leavin- New York T«es- a conversation on the bench. Anv- | house, Most pirls tnd*v cin daV afternoon and ^frit/inn m v,-,. i Hlin(T tl-nnM 1,^ u.,.4-.. L, . i ' . ' _ -j- ,. ,..' ' l ' u ' l >, <-««" 'afternoon and arriving at her i . better than • Riven by Lcroy lirownlec. Mrs. R. L. Houch. program chair- in. Introduced the guest speaker, selected by an applause meter. The two weekly winners will compete in the finals on Nov. 6 at which time there will be two judges to make selection. The winner will IK- _ given nn all expense paid trip tolBui'flette • New York City. Merchandise will also so to the top winners. There will be no auditions after Sept, 3D. Lnst year. Ronnie Faye Etrhieson „. „. ....... ..i,», Jts at JU :j , viiii.K «./uiu u.r [Huipr tnan w destination Thursday. She divided | we have now: No interest at all. her monlh, visit wi os sister, M r, Mrs. Natalia King, nnd her niece, aren't. Miss Janet King, in Memphis. j a pie in a jiffy. t,, rn ol ,'t a „ I batch of biscuits nnd whip up Billy Lutes To Head • •-••" i> v .".j. i U..IM.I. -,i u ion ins niiu unit) 11 n it qirls.are quick lo admit theyi wonderful casserole Hut l« there in favor of the guys with! man around . . . - —-• «..j.. •• •-.- - ...i.uu to appreciate their pick-up trails. There are proper; abilities? No slrwl As one Hie wnsy to be mtroducerl — even to i homebody put it; i-.ii.ii. _> nn . iti^niiii' r ii vr rjtrnipson f » • *^ii»> 'of Blylhcville won first. Jeanette "?f O . lccft , c ' 1 to . sc "^ as president. '' w '"' Kll '" ff ° r Keiser , won second Tiob Stewart, of Southwestern University ot Memphis, who spoke on "The Good Citizen nd Ronny Ashler won third. Nursery Opens A new enterprise for Osceola and , ^ , ' ' rolj ^ count on him eatinc 'your At a class meetinc of the Junior f,V vahs tnc . h( ' I1 < 1 <" my school up ; home-cooked food. Now thev think """' About Slx months ago, I have ; you're planning „ blg trap for thc '^ hem to dinner. Most :-• •••- '"•< -.• "O...M., v.. mtjn ,nc so hen to economics Boys wno'd been easer to date me they've discovered two cana C "s before dropped me like a hot up-j cheaply as one. What we cir'.s need Class of Burdctte Hi-h School -in 1 " nl About slx months ago. I have; you're plannini election of officers cheer lender and ! pr "'. y es ™* * poort •i»<> wa "™' i » V™ invite t sponsor was conducted, with Billy ' S'.!!"™'^,, my W'^ri'-y w-aned. I of them are ; Other officers include Ralph Long, vice president; Mary Tyer. secretary: Shirley Bevill, treasurer; I,c- ple." Girls attribute this attitude to ',hc Room count attendance prizes were'" 110 '*' ni: ' h is Attracting the small- . , srer' ,e- , tha Nash, reporter. Mary Tver will ! higher cost of living, and some of | a]so as cheerleader, and ! t!lrrn "'en discuss writing WashiiiK- j charm the modern man awarded Mrs, J. I. Mifflin's third trade and O. C. Driver's senior: class. The program entertainment, was cnrpp.imcntary ! fry Is the new nursery. "Kiddie Knr- ; ral" operated by three Osceola wo- ' men. Mrs. Charlcne Watson. Mrs. Jonnnc Lfiney and Miss Anne Mas*".n-^ ,uji] u rjo'.vi oj red zmlnas i'ni.[j,iriiriuary w tne facultv r , *'*,.j- were used on other tables about the I (lf lnc school. P.T.A. officers and | !<% L . . . room. school arlminlstratois ivere hosu L fv s 5crvant nuarters have In memory of the death of Mrs ' < ar ">« 'neeting. servine refresh-', C " convcrtcd lnl ° " 1[1 nursery. A Klliott William, of T.nv^ „ ' • ,'^1 i mpntl at the conelmll , ,L < br ? !> ™™"<>n room, kitchen, bcrt- Klliott Williams of Luxora, .1 charter member, a resolution of love and respect was read by Mrs E H. Bogen. ' ' In other business. It was announced that a bridge anrt canasta benefit party wilt be held Oct. 4 at 1:15 p. m. at the Women's Club. Officers, for the coming year were elected and will be installed in October. They include Mrs. W. D. Cobb, president. Mrs. Gene Atkinson, first vice president. Mrs. J. W. Adams, second vice president; Mrs. James B. Clark historian; Mrs. MHH.-HS Evrarn.' registrar: Mrs. C. L. McWatcrs. Jr.. recorder of crosses; and Mrs. T. P. Hudson, parliamentarian. The guest speaker rhose as her subject the Generals Raphael Semmes and Franklin Buchanan mpnU at the conclusion of meeting. Kntary Club Hnlerlaliu Members of the Luxora Book Club room with adjoinng bath, all painted a pale blue with pink chintz flowered curtains nt the windows. Aiemners ol tne Llixorfi BnnL- Pliih v. - J».T. were special wFT^^ KLVg'?, ^±^^, tei, o '""• °"f'r ng n " h- bj Work tables, a larse assortment of caf-|jiirure fill the recreation room, was's mf i|| beds for their afternoon nap j fill the lurse bedroom. The children Rev. Chalmers Hen- are given their noonday meal. derson. Osceola Presbyterian minister. Personals Mrs. S. E. Simonson. Sr.. and Mrs. S. E. Simo:i5on, Jr. and son, Everly III. of Little Rock, were recent housestiests for several da.ys of Mrs. H. W. Spann and Miss Florence Auxiliary Meets The American Lection Auxiliary ; held a business meeting and social i Tuesday night with Mrs. J. G. Goutrh. Mrs. Jimmic Roberts was co- hostess. Mrs. 'w. S. Hendrlx. president, presided over the business meetine. Twelve members and one St. Mrs. Harry Keatt-s, were pres- Conch Charles Sims is sj>onso'r. ' J)tL Blylheville Hospital Dismissed ; Paul Hayes. Luxora Mrs. Louis Tillman. Tomato H. Ketchum, Roseland Mrs. Clinton Smith. Dell Walts Hospital Dismlsedr .... ...... . Konald Harrlesfy, City Mrs. .1. F. Ornss and bahy, Oscf- Ronatd Hardest}'. City " ton about it. Says a pretty 18-year- old red-head: "Lot's figure out what it costs a hoy to tnke you out on a simple date these days, and minri you if Read Courier News Classified Ad« *•"•' - school boy one can't say, ' are iip but he's 'Well prices are iip but so are wages.' He must get'money from his j family or earn it. in an after-school I job, which doesn't pay very much Uj begin with. • "In the City an average movie (even a B picture! is at, least {1.00, an ice-cream sundae about 50 cents, an inexpensive dinner starts at 52.50 and a little bouquet of flowers couple of dollars. What's a poor ola Mrs. J. p. Gross and baby, osce- ?irl got to lonh , orw ., r( , to? she c-in't be romanced ttie way her mother was," To make matters worse, (his year's yountr men are proud, say the sirls. Not like the boys who took ad- Mrs. Sanford Tomltnson and baby City " The new bride shouldn't 7.-ait un- befoTe^nr^rr^aZurho^o 5 ^!^' 3 " °J -rtirne condition., to ... 'I>JUUL- IIUVN LU StTL i ft »i -ji-nnnH n tiirl'e Vi^incn 1 n 1-1 nin. the table. Rehearse you will be In formal din- dither on i i loll around a girl's house, lap The Rev, B. W. Pierce of Leach- j pnt During the social hour, the! tn ^ night of the event. Most times i ^ate— Ing of the .season. L. H. Autrey, Burdette PTA Has First Meet l"orty members of the Parent- Teachers Association of Burdctte High School met yesterday at the school for their first general meet- . , superintendent. •poke on "review of A Year's Work." President of the organization. Mrs. Conwa.y Duncan, spoke on "Looking Forward with PTA." which wafi followed with the president's message. given by Mrs. Brad Scherer. A devotional was given by Mrs. Oscar Patterson. Room count for grade school went to Miss Lois ateele's first grade. »nd in high school ,to the. I0th grade. In a business meeting, the junior library was chosen as the vear's project. Mrs. Tom Callij was elected to secretary to replace Mrs. Paul Long who resigned. Mrs. Chnrlle Hicks anrt Mrs. Clayton Holder served refreshments in a social hour which followed. So Pretty And Shipshape Antonio, Tex. This is their first child I Mrs. Gene Atkinson will be h'os- and has been named Kimberly Ann. Mrs. Dean is the former Miss Dor- rls Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ashby and children, Mary and Robert, have gone to Torrance, Calif., 10 make their home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Burks were Memphis visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harmon entertained members of their families and relatives with a picnic limch at their home at KervillE, Tenn. Those attending were Mr, and Mrs. Roy Harmon and Mrs. Willie Harmon of Houston, Miss,, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harmon and family and Mr and Mrs. Frank Crawford and family of Hughes. Ark,. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashby and daughter, Carol, Mr. and Mrs, Leo Harmon and Mrs'. A. P. Burks and nephew, Terij' Lee Gnnn. of Blytheville. Miss Alice Marie Ross has received a Master of Science decree at the University of Michigan In Ann Arbor. tcsses for the. October meeting. Surprise Shower Given at Home A surprise shower was given last night for Mrs. Harvey Gilliham, recent bride, at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. L. Fiilgham. Host for the occasion was the Young Peoples Class of the First Church of the Nazarene. AmonV the (ruests were Jnck j Smith, Mrs. A. D. Priest and dau-! ghter, j After the hnnoree had opened ' her (fills, informal games were conducted Sunday services hostesses served a salad plate and ~ ~ i home-made Ice cream. Supper Club Meets The monthly supper club met at Cramers Tuesday night, where the banquet table was centered with an arangement of mixed fall flowers. Following the evening meal, the guests went to the home of Mrs. J. A. Piqg to play bridge. Red radiance roses from Mrs. Pipg's garden were used in blue containers. Mrs. J. It. Lovewell won high score and Mrs, Claude Lloyrt won second. Mrs. J. W. Edrington won brldso. Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. R. c. Bryan played with the members. Teachers Hriiinred One of the largest, affairs compll- mentin; the Osceola High School teachers was the open-house party le'd?.y sponsored by the Christian here at the FirSI Baptist Church, Mrs. Paul Hayes and children, Paula Sue and Ronnie, were Memphis Zoo visitors Sunday. Miss Batty Mifflln. Home Economics Instructor in the Vanndale schools .arrived home Friday for several weeks. The Vanndale schools are currently recessed for the harvest season. Bob Stewart of Memphis is the houseguest. of Miss Wade McHenry and her grandmother. Mrs. T. F. Hudson. Misses Wilma Layne and Christine Johnson left Sunday for Conway where they are reenrollin^ for the term at Arkansas State Teachers College. Miss Lavne is a senior ! and Miss Johnson is" a sonhomore. , played, and refreshments served. Deborah Class Organized Here The home of Dr. Edna Mies wa-s the scene last nieht of the orga- niz.-uion of the Deborah Cla the First Baptist Church, of Mrs. K. D. Marr is teacher. Officers who were elected In buslnc's session, were Dr. Nies Friday - ."ini'inn* iur tile- '" ' "•' •-'.'.•^•ni/u. \vrre l^r iNies i ' phens College at Columbia, Mo., j President; Mrs. cary Mury, secreta-•! Slitch and Chatter Club has 7:30. '—- 1 •-••• "-- "' ~ — "• ' : P.m. meeting with Mrs. Frank Per- j Mr. and Mrs. James Tidwel! ol pell are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday at Tidwell Clinic here. She has been nnmed Rebecca rhey have two other children. Miss Doris Bean, accompanied by her parents, Mr, and Mrs Fred Bean, will leave tomorrow for Stephens college at Columbi where she is a freshman, Kibitzer ""Club" Plays in Steele Mrs, Charles Afflick entertained members of the Kibitzer at her i home in Steele yesterday with ai - - -- — dessert bridge. ' Ferney. and Mrs. Moore. They plr.r. Guests for the games were Mrs. tn moet thp thir<! Thursday of each Mrs. P. M. Bonds u a Hot Spring i r-u,,.,,,- —--•-.-— •••' "" "....ov.^n visitor for several weeks. I Mr and |"^ E Bruce l"v FanZia"' The Rev. anrt Mrs. H. L. White I in shades of bronze and maroln and children were Conway and Lit-i flowers gave the party an'autumn tie Roc.< visitors over the weekend, i atmosnrtere. Greeting the 85 guests Mr. and Mrs. Bob Olive and chil- ! were Mr. Ivy. the Rev. o. M. Moore drrn of Hughes were wcekenrt euestsr pastor of the church and Frank of his parents, Mr. anrt Mrs, J. s. Sanders, superintendent of Osceola Olive. schools. The guest-list Included the faculty and their wives and husbands, the school board anri their wives and members of the church. During the evening. Elizabeth Ann performed at the pin no. The refreshment table held a variety of party foods and punch. Personal* Sulunlar end IrS vi E i R Sm '' h SP< ' nt ' he Uel * stewardship: Mrs . ctaude'Rota^:! ^'.t 8 'AS.n»SSri"p™™ I * Mr"'^iS?^ a ^ °J pX;ir ry; ^ " Slie "•«• i^nd^Jrf L^s Henderson, l ^fl^^" rt " " ™^ i The ct™ name was adopted hv i "f. and Mrs. Bil, McCaughey are : ^,f^ n ^ w TSCl! „*? '£" \ the gnnip In tm R nlmoi,s decLsion.! £f s " nd hostesses for the Variety I thovi , 1e BPd Mrs ' °^"„-„.. B 'j v Two croup captains are Mrs. La- ' ' Dance at J»«MS ch.h .it a-in • -. ,.- .. '""' lom McGarnt.> whic'h j Coming Events ry: Mrs. w. E. Buchanan, assistant i p - m ' secretary. Mrs. w. M. L,t Ferncy. !clns ' membership; M, s . J. o. fellowship; Mrs. O. R Barnes. Redford. „, , recinro on 7he other Han" I they ... ' CHIC—uut on me oiner nano, tney *e set, a table mechanically, then; aren 't parting with the few pennies when we attempt to think about it \ they can latch onto, fnr a big dinner party, our minds are blank. One good rule to remember now is that forks go left, except . Some a | r | s have even come to the concHision that men are getting more selfish, otherwise why would tak- — _ .„. ..„ ^^ il-1Ui ^Av,-_i«i,' i IIIUIK feJiisii, oilier wi: the cocktail or oyster fork which | they prefer a baseball s »,,,c_™ i«^goes right with the knives and soup' inir an attractive girl to an icc- s P° on - cream nnrlor. Savs one sit-bv-the- AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TONITE — DOUBLE FEATURE RITA HAYWORTH vGLENNFORD,^ Affair in Trinidad" Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel Jack Webb and Mrs. Dick While. Mrs. Afflick used K yellow color ! scheme, centering caVh table with a bonquet ol small yellnw flowers In bridpe Raines. Mrs. Robert G. Mcllnnry took toil scoring honors. Mrs. Jim Smart won second, and Mrs. Jane Carson won brldKO. A drs=crl course was served preceding the games. month. Preceding the business session, i steaks were grilled on the bsrbe- cue pit on the lawn, and supper served at small tables. After they adjo'irnod to the porch, Mrs. W. J. Hoclcfi,- lr.<] (he opening prayer, and f)r, Nies save the devotional. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCaughcy .ire hosts and hostesses for the Variety Club Dance at Jaycees Club at 8:30 j „, Memphl Monday i Band mothers h.ive a 7:3n pm Mr and Mrs Dwitrht Blackwnrjd have returned from Rochester where Mr. Blackv.ood went for treatment. His condition i? satisfactory. Tommie fvv of Montazum.-i. Tenn ^EOClub Has Guest Player Mrs. \V. N. Norinn of Cincinnati was a guest of Mi...< Vera Ooorin-h last night, when »hr entertained members of the GFO Brirtce Club ,. Ro ;, rt in varied .'hades provided r the floral rlernrali™ lor trie evenings rntcrt.iinmrnt Winners of the came were Mr< Johnson Bla,-k<.,clt. M,, N' or , O n. and Mrs. T. H Carawav. respective winners of first, second and brirtco Miss Ooodrich smerl a dc"c-t course preceding the cames Rook Club Members Are Entertained Mnmhcrs of the Thursday Ronk : Club were rmertaincd yestcrd.iy at the of Mrs v T. W. Gofort'h In tl-e ron;< calnp.s Mr'-. Eucene Briv.(ii took tAp honors with second colnc lo Mrs Cleo Wren Mrs. W. B. M;<yo von rorv:o. Piirty [noMs arid Iced drinks were fri', r--i during the rarnes by the Open 1:00 p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. Z S'lows Evcrj LAST TIMES TODAY M-G-M,,,„ ., i Also Shorts "Water Jockey" "Anvil Chorus Girl" By Sue Burnett i Read Courier Xrw* Aris ^ SAT. ONLY — DOUBLE FEATURE FIGHTING PICTURE For your young pre-teen daughter—a. darnng sailor dress that is sure lo be her favorite for .chool or dress-up. Cut on simple princess lines. It has pny bra:d to t-im sleeves and collar. Pattern No. 8877 is s f e»-ri<« perforated pattern in sizes 3 4 s 6 7, 8 years. Size 6. r. yards of 39- Inch; \ jard contrast. Por this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, aricue-s s^e! desired und the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Quiney St., Chicago 6. Ill . Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Fall and Winter Th's' new issue Is filled with Ideas for I smart, practical sewine for a new' season; gift, pattern printed inside the book. 25c. NOTICE All persons wKhinj lo p.iy , )r n ricbts owed n,,v ,]„ w ,,, ron _ Ucthn Mrs t). r. MfLran «r M. f'nl. s i. an Mr ,. r ., n at 20<i Ilnugan Street, niv- Iheville. Ark. No other collectors authorized. BENDIX WASHER $125 l.e.i\in s FlMhrvlllr. IVill sell llenrliv Automatic \V.i<hcr fnr 'I 1 !'* i.i-h. nnl need tn he In.Hcd in the flrmr. Will lie b.ipiyv lo rtrmnmlr.ilr for \olt — oil 1071. -,„ * I: Orrnon Trail >' SUNDAY AND MONDAY ALAN LASS at his fighting best! RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Booker Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Thrilkill Mrs. Clarence Wilson Mrs. Haltic Quinlon SAT. ONLY — DOUBLE FEATURE •«®£ jf~6EKEAUTRY mem *' 'STAGE TO GALVESTW Serial: "Black Hawk" Plus Cartoon SUNDAYS MONDAY ..'X —«MIIZI GiEN -TOM EWftL Also Cartoon & Conioriv RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. ,|. M. Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. Ira Waiters anri family -Mr. and Mrs. YV. K. cherry Mr. and .Mrs. Louis l.anskv is a new approach to men." What is the new approach to the '"• man? Girls who know how to rm tlie modern man can pass in that info to their less informed asters. They'll love 5-011 for it Paramount News S.- Shorts! 'Toolbrill Thrills" and "Cracked Quack" WHAT HAPPENED TO THAT PINT OF BLOOD YOU WERE GOING TO GIVE? In hospitals —nt home anri overseas—the neerl for blood is urgent. Because today's medical and sur- Kical techniques rcrniire Repeated transfusions for operations, for skin grafting, for plastic surgery. And the blood must be there w-he'n it|a needed. So start your vacation with a wonderful sensation: the rleep, inner-satisfaction of knowing that ynvi have helped to make it possible for another to live. CAU YOU« AMERICAN RED CROSS TODAY! fivofjrali'on 'iriI™ThJ"Ad°<,'tY,;",,'cm*ea Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30f At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Serial: "The Tigerman" Also Carloon COMING SOON: 'King Kong" The Greatesl Thrill Picture of All Times! WATCH FOR SHOW DATES SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature —Pltis- Plus .Metro News

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