The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 19, 1952
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PAGE TWO RLYTHKVILLE (AKK.) COURIER FRIT AY, BETf. tf, New* Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Ruby Jo Hal I Complimented At Shower Here Mbs Ruby Jo Hall, the bride- elect of Gilbert Bisher, wns complimented at the home of Mr:-. Norman Shields Wednesday night with a miscellaneous shower. Dup/fcate Bridge Round-Up Saturday Afternoon Gama Members of the Hlytheville Uup- liriuc Bri(Jf;e League played n five- taljlr- HowrLL movement Saturday ai'imioon al Hotel Noble. The day's winners of first place were Mrs. George WLggs end Mrs. O. \V. McCutclH'n, Mrs. B, A. Lynch and Mrs E. B. Gee tied v/Hh Mrs. The gift was centered with n bou- I Jhn Rolrsoi! and Mrs. Eugenia Jen qncl of red rose buds and (lie re- J kins for srrond place, frrihment table hold a bowl of j golden glow. Party panics provided the evc- nins's cuff] talnnimt for the 30 puc-sts with prizes points to MJ^. Mildred Brown and Mrs. Helen Hnll. Cake and coffee were served by the hostess ,it (he conclusion, of the pnmos. Amonpr the [jiHv.ts were Mrs, 11. C. Hall, mother of the ho no roe. and Mrs. Freda Eisner, mother of the groom-to-bo. Miss Hall u'ore for t he occasi Country Club On me Mr-s. S. E- Ttme and Mrs. V, r . A At Hick took top honors Tuesday night at (he Coimlry Club niembrrs played a six-table movement, Other winners were Harry W Bits of News fHoMt f^erAonat Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles CriRgcr, III, lire spending the week end in Little mMI..J - Hock- They went especially lor the when |vv'CddinR ol Miss Jacqueline Gallo- Howeil W11 V to Robert WiUiurn.s. j Frank Whitworth will be En Little trk tomorrow for the University Arkansas and Oklahoma A & M The came played last night, | seven-table Unwell movement, was _ ' a monthly musterpoiiH. Mrs. Alt a, n two piern suit of red and white ; Cameron and Mrs. Kugcnla Jon- \vifh complimenting accessories, | kin*; were winners of first place. The hostess gift to Mr.s, Hall was Tnkiin? second place were Mrs. Joe lingerie. DiUahumy anil Miss Witllr? N'ebhiU, while third place went to Mr. and MLS. Harry W. Hainos. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hampel won fourth. A six-vpck's scries wns ended l^sf, nluhl and winners arc Mrs. Russell Phillip, first. Mr.s. n. A. Lynch, second. Mrs, Georvc Wlggs. third; ami Mr. Wijtgs. fourth. cjtiler winners v. en* jiarry w . : •* • * •• v "~ ».....*. j Hainr-.s And Mrs. E. B. Gee, sernncl ] of Arkansas and Oklahoma A & M place, and Mrs. O. W. McCulchen '001 hall K^ne. and Mrs. Frank Grl B sby. third, '^T M ™' Earl l " I5rar < l|nnlnf Thursday XI K hl Game Fl ' n^hmond Anchorage Alask». -ri, ft ..nmn nl^vpri in^i ni^hi n nunnniicfi the hirtii of their first Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs, Denny Byrnin nnd Mrs. Larry Byrum were co-hostesses yrstrr- dny for a layettn shower compli- mptttinq Mrs. Vance Owens. Eighteen jjuests at thn home of Mrs. Denny Byrum which was decorated with a pink nnd blue color scheme. The honnrec's place was appropriately mnrkcd with n large pink and bltio satin how and the hfisslnel, whleh held the gifts, wa.s covered In blue nylon net, find ribbon. The hostesses presented M- c . Owens a corsage of plcardy gladioli. In party Eames played thrm"-' 1 '- 1 '-'' the afternoon. Mrs. K. P' Borland, Mrs. J, W. Moore and Mrs. Mel Hav won first prizes. Party foods and Iced drinks were served after the game.*, Among the git rats were Mrs Homer Hodge nnd Mra, A. C. Owens. Linda Joggers Has Theatre Party Ten friends of Linda Jagpers attended a theatre nnrty Riven last _,. ( ,ht for her by hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B, Jng^ers. Linda, who was 10 years old yes- UncUiy, Invilert her quests 1o hor iioine for Ijirthday cake ami Ice cream aficr the show, which wns [jrccerteil by a hiirberun supper- Anita Wllks of Criruthersvillc was the only out-of-town ^uest. Pathfinders Elect Officers A potluck supper and election of officers were held In fellowship hall of the First Methodist Church Itist night by members of the. Pathfinders Clfiss with an attendance of 43. All officers were re-elected to serve another yenr and Mrs, Leon Burns wns elected to serve as reporter. ' Officers are R, I,. Porter, president, W. A. Augspurger, vice prcsfr dent. Mrs. Byroti Moore, .secretary, Mrs. J. C. Droke, treasurer, and Mrs. Alex Shelby, teacher. Assistant teachers are James C. Guard nnri Glenn O. Ladrf. Hosts nnd hostesses (or the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Dole Home, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrrel! Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Elmor Norman. Guests Included the Rev. and Mrs. Roy I. Bngley. Mrs. W. H. Aups- purger and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adnms. Tables, from which supper was aerved, were overlaid in white nnd centered with mixed bouquets of lfite summer blossoms. Sensational Two Piecer Dessert-Bridge Honors Member Hostesses for a dessert-bridRC- shower last nlRht conuilimcntinK Mr.s. Rlc>mrd T. Mills who is moving, were Mrs. Lewis Henderson. Mrs, Johnson Blnckwell and, Mrs. James Rogers. Guests Included members of the GEO and GIB Clubs. Mrs, A. A. Fredrlckwm and Mrs. Harold Wood, who was R U-n guest. Blue and yellow was the color scheme used throuphout the entertaining rooms, providing an autumn theme. Winners of bridge grime* Included Mr.s. J. C. Ellis, Jr.. Mrs. T. K. Cnr- mvay and Mrs, Mills, first, second and hridgo, respaciivrrly. C. B. Etchison Is Complimented More than 60 friends of C. IV Etahieson cnrnpHmented him last nlRht at the Yiirbro Wnmnn's Club house, with a supper mid showsr. Mr. Etchieson his Yarbro home lust week in a fire. Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Melh- odist Church were In charge of the arrangements. The honoree was showered with many miscellaneous gifts. Simper wns served buffet stylo and giiesUs were rented »t Ions; table?, centered with mixed summer flowers. child, n druiRhtor, AIIR. 30 fit the U. S. Naval Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. IJcarden IK t>ie former Miss Myrtle M, Hawkins. tlaiiKhtcr of Mr, find Mrs, John E. Hawkins of Lnxora, Miss C'harlfne I.c.sier of Conway is the Kiiesl of Mrs, navid Seymjro and family. Mrs, Virginia Faye Oaliberl, Mr^. Austin Jenkins. Mr.s Fulton Kills, Miss Mnrv Klkins sprnt Wednesday in Memphis. Robert Ci. Me I la ney, Hn rry A. II;iincs and E<Jsel liar her plan to [;o to Little Rock tomorrow for the University of Arkansas and Okla - hnina A A- M football name. Mrs. Prank Whflworlh. Mr.s. Dorothy Drewery, a nd M rs. n,\ ilny Tinjiley were in Ll'.lle Rock for the Heaiitlclans <"onvention. Mrs. Mnrvtn Owen leU Wndt\e.-- day to join her husband, Dr. Owens In Ava, Mo. Hal n. Thompson of Texas City. Tex., Is visiting his mnthrr, Mr.s J. L. 'I'hoinpson, this week. He plans to return home Monday. Mrs. John Thomas of ,1 and Mr.s, H. Phleffer of In Hlytheville. vIslllnR friends They came e^nnclnlly to judge at the flower show. Joe I*. Pride was laken to Kennedy General F — nltnl In Memphis. Mrs. Prlclr nnd daughter, Mrs. C, O. Coi.inrllln, were there yesterday to visit him. Admn Taylor was accompanied lo Columbia Military Acn(!"inv by his mother, Mrs. Harmon Taylor. Mrs. F.irrls McCalla, and Mrs. O. W Uillnhimty, Wilbur Wahl has been 111 this wrrk. Hf is renortert to bn Sniprovjc but, Is still confined to his home at 227 Doupan. Mi" Sophie Meyers of Memphis is spnndlnc several days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch tuirt other friends. A forr^r resident of BIvthcvLHr*. Mis.s M^v-rs nrcompanled Mr.s. Gooch and her brother, Chnrb-s CrfKccr Jr.. wh,-"i they returned Tuesday nftcrnonn from a '*-v in Memphis. Mrs. Roy Ilarprr and daughter. ate, nf SI Louis, Mo., are spending several dnvs here as q-tiests of the former's sister, Mrs, F. E. Black autl rniuily. Robctt-TUrwInKhani was taken to Walls Hospital lust, nl^ht. Business Dress Be Overdone Rly ALICIA 1IAKT NEA Beauty Kdllor Glamor has Its place— but the of- r lcc is not It. Many a competent : secretary ha.t been rejected at a Job t utcrvlew because she dressed ns If [ she were attending a party rather; than seeking a position. The Ideal ofice worker does not allow her wardrobe to overpower th<? [ surroundings. Sleek - ruling, low - , locked dre^es may suit your social life perfectly, but they will defi- : liteiy mark you as a poor business' risk. | Simplicity should be the kenote ; to your wardrobe selections. Choose ; several basic colors — like brown, [ \avy and blaek — and buitd your I accessories around them. i Your shoes should also have j straight, classic lines. The pump ; always looks neat and smart. Wear' hats that subtly complement your costumea. For best overall wearablllty, suit* seem to be Ideal. In appearance, they can be dressed up or down with blouses, scarves and jewelry./ Give some thought to your makeup, too. Fragile, subtle tones are absolutely essential. And don't wear your hair In a complicated manner. The simpler the better. Correct office procedure Incorporates every one of point$. They are absolutely essential to your success In the business world. Art Film h Planned By Belgian Critic BRUSSELS, M 1 ? — Belgian art critic Paul Haesaerts la currently working on the script of a full length color film on the Flemish Primitive painters. The filming will take place in of France, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Spain. Outdoor scenes will be filmed in and around th« lie IK inn cities of Ghent, Bruges, Antwerp and Tournaf. Open ;:00 p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. 2 S'lows Every Night LAST TIMES TONITE ...JACK ROSE .« MELVILLE SHAVELSON r^,. <„ HENRY B LAN KE,^,... NORMAN TAUROG Also Cartoon & Cornedv SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature! I:A coi:ns TO VIE [N" xcrc CONTEST — The four University of Arkansas coeds pictured above heading for classes will take time out Oct. 2-3 to come to Blytheville nnd the National Cotton Picking Contest, Ail four will participate in NCPC activities as entmtits in the Queen of Cotton contest, to be held this year for the first time. They are (left to" right) Shirley King/ "Miss Blylheville ol 1952;" Dixie Killian, "Miss Manila of 19S2;" Ann Ken- wnrrt. "Mis.s Jonc.sboro of I9fi2;" iinri Jackie Sturkcr, "Miss Helena of IE132." Kin<< is a junior at the University and a member of Chi Omega sorority, Miss Kiilian a sophomore transfer from Stephens College and a pledge of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Miss Kenward a sophomore transfer from Southern Methodist University and a mcnnji-r of Pi Beta Phi sorority, and Mi.=s Slucker a University sophomore and n pledge of Delta Delta Delta, m background Is historic North Tower of Old Main, landmark on the Foyettcville campus. — Xf/ J'/ji nivitu-vllli' Hospital Dismissed: Lynn Hfrser. Ster-Ie. Dorothv Will in ms. Tomato. Wall!* Hospital Dismissed : Mrs. IxHme Blnckwcll and Osreola. Mrs. Priu-1 Turpin, city. Mis. Louise Grissham nnd, baby. pity. •Sir.v It. H, Hastings. Steele. Mrs. mil Northern, Stco.le. TLE Club Plays At Dixie Pig Mrs. \V. E. Cherry entrt talnnd members of her bridge' club, TLE, at the Dixie- Pis In*! nK-ht with a dessert bridge. Oue,s1.s included Mrs. Dick Watson nnd Mrs. Bi!l Ilod^e. Mrs. OMo Scrape took top honors in the bridge ti-irne, with wcnwl Boint? to Mrs. J, F, Scrape nnd brlrigo to Mrs. Itorigiv Friday "Fnflhlons and Flashback.s" Tea and fashion show, which l.s sponsored by the- Junior Auxiliary, will be held at Hotel Noble, rrom 3 p.m until fl p.m., with showings at 3:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. Ladies' Bible Class of the First Methodist, Church hns 2:30 p.m. meetuu? at the church with Mrs, E. E. Hiirdin, Mrs. Frank Webb. Mrs. A. E. Hunt ley, and Mrs. Lois Morlnnd as hostesses. \Lconarda's Was Noblewoman ROME ,',r—An Italian historian r-laims to iiavc found proof J.hnt Leonardo Da -Vinci's mother was a Ftorentm» noblewoman-and not » pea?ant ns historians have belte'v- ed. Mnffin Maffi!. Florentine historian, s:*.ys tho <:reat 15th century ariist and invemnr was born of Albiera D<i:li Amadori. who later marrietl Picnn Da Vinci. Leonardo's father. baby. 8879 34 43 By Sue Burnett Harmony In two parts Jor the more mature figure. Here is an ni- tractlvc yoked <lre;s that i^ slim and lovely, topped uuh a i:eat collarless Jacket that ma'xrs it suitnblc for all occasions. Pattern No, 8879 is a s<>«-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 34 3$ 39 40. 42. 44, 46. 48. Size 3« rtre.. .<. 3', yards of 39-inch; 1 yard rontLa.vL; Jacket, I'l yards. For this pattern, tend 3Or In COINS, your name. arMre^s ,r:;c desired, and tlic PATTERN NUMBER 1o Sue Burnett, Courier News. 315 Quincy St. Chicago 6. 111. ' Ready for you now—Dasio FASHION (or '52. Pall and Winter. This new issue Is filled with dieas for smart, Dr.irtical sewine for a new : season: gif* pattern printed inside tiie book, 25c. I CLOSED! Saturday, Sept. 20 Until 6 P.M. (Open From (i p.m. Saturday Kvcninjj) In observance of the religious holiday BEE HIVE STORE FE!NBERG 7 S HESS 7 S NEW YORK STORE JIEDEL'S LANSKY'S ZELLNER 7 S at Kelley s Lightest with every step Smartest with every costume ^Vy v FLOATING STEP CASUALS Sizes 4-10 IJSK OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN Your Friendly Shoe Store Oregon Trail Serial and Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY ~HEDY LAMARR Bos Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All 1'imcs AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION GREGORY PECK-* ANN BLYTH LAST TIMES TONITE EXTRA! Para. News & Cartoon FIUD.AY S SATURDAY Feature ELLISON —IMus— f>' MNBOIPB B Serial: The Tigerman Tins Cartoon Sl'N - MON JM MHISS • UIF E8iraK A Mlf&i. iM[>A«IO.V.U fiCILSE — I'lllK- R1TZ GUESTS Mr. ;iml Mrs. Herman Turner and family Mr. and Mrs. Harvey I'arrish and family Mr. Charles Moore Mr. and Mrs. Hoy K. Price nnd family SATURDAY ONLY! 2 HITS! * UPUBUC rCTIj*' Serial: The lilackha\vks & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY IOSEPH KAUFMAN creunts Joan Crawford Sudden Fear! -.11. !ACX CLCSI* BRUCE PAUHK • mm • mm\ VIRGINIA HUSION • TOUCH CWNORS Paramount News, Cartoon & Shorts RITZ GUESTS Air. and Mrs. Klhert Huffman and family .Mr. ;ind Mrs. John Aiulcrsnn and familv .Mr. and Mrs. Kdtiic H. David Mrs. Kunk'O Yotnjf;

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