The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1952 · Page 1
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VAW TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPT. It, 1981 Pat Mulling, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bible Class Elects Officers Al a mooting of (he 1.1 dies' Bihle Class of the First Methodist Church, officers for the coming year were elected. Mrs, W. I. Drnton was re-elected president, other officers include Mrs. Uess Stanton, vice president; Mrs. N. Kyle, second vice president; Mrs. L. M. Burnett e, secretary; Mrs. E. K. Htirdm, treasurer; Mrs. A. C. Haley. tcacJirr; Mrs. A. E. Hunt ley, in charge of music. A devotionnt was given by Mrs. Denton, T look as her scripuire, the 100th chapter of Psnlnis. Mrs. Roy I. Bag Icy offered n prayer, after which, Mrs. Denton .stre-^d the importance of behic friendly nnri welcoming stninfiers in thnr church. During the social hour, n Bible (\\]\z was conducted nnd closed wit!\ prayer. Refreshments wore served the 10 mernbors nt tending by the 1 hostesses. Mrs, Fr.ink Webb, Mrs E. E. Hardln. ; Irs. Denton r ml Mrs. J. G. Sudbnry. Tops In Mix-Match Pieces Delta Kappa Gamma Has Installation Mrs, J. K. Johnson, state prc.si- dent of IVld Kappa Gamma, w.is uucsi of honor ,H a dinner meeting Sntm'dry evenir.cj in the Colonial Horn ol Mote! NoWr \vhen Blythc- villc's Zpd Chapter served us hust- esi t» (he Alpha Zeta Chapter fro in Wilsnn nnd the FpMloii Chapter from Mai-krd Tree. Fu installation ceremonies con- Woman's Club To Meet at Club Fir.st mrpting of the reason of th" riK-mhcr.s of nijC'evllle Woman's Club xvill be held at the club houst' Fiiclny afternoon at 2:30. An executive bo^rd meeting will be hcM at 2 p m. Dining the me'-t- in-j, Mrs C. A. Turn will preside. nl v.hifh time plans for the rerrr>- lirai fur K-'iool personnel, Oct. 10 v, ill be made. IO-2S By Sue Burnett There's plenty of style news in the jerkin snd skirt pair for u campus- bound miss. Each piece is easy to sew, combines so smoothly with your skirt and blouse wartlrolie. Patcrn No. 8882 Is a scw-ritc perforated patern In sizes 10, 12, 14, 10, IB, 20. Size 12, Jerkin, IV, yards of 39-inch; skirt, 2!'i yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- BKR to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new issue Is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift patern printed Inside the book, 25c. Coming Events Tuesday Order of the Eastern Slur hns 8 p.m. meeting at the Masonic Tcm- plf. A!l cin I of Women's Missionary Union of New Liberty Baplist Church have 10 R.m. meeting ;it church with luncheon, business session, Find Royal Service orouram. AInha Delta Chapter of Dola 5U- mn Phi hji.s 7:30 pin. cann^ta and lirlrtcc pnrly nt Dixie. Pis. Mrs. Jnck Rawlings •- hosless. niylhcvlllc Country Club nunll- cntc Bridge LeaRlle plnys weekly f!nme at Club. Mrs. Dor. Kerbousjh Is hostess to N. N. UildTO Club. Mrs. ,T~' n Srntt Is hostess to nBW Samba Club. . IVednesclny Dcllonlnn Chapter of Delnhinn Society mr-cLs nt 10 o'clock n m nt the Hotel Noble. Dopuoocl Home, "fruonstr.itlon Club hns nirotitii; ,if. Club house. Thursday Mrs. E. n. '"•'-"•vood cntcrtnlns Thursrtay Hook Chib. Diiplic.Tlc nrldRe tongue begins six week's series, Mrs. Jerry Scrnue Is hostess to members of thr- TT,K club. Friday First Meeting of the senson (jf Dlythcvllle Womnn's Ch'b lo be held nt. 2:30 p.m. nrccertert. by executive boiml nt 2 p.m. ducted by Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Otis Shapherd berame president of the Zeta Chapter. Other officers Installed lo serve with her were Miss Luna n. Wilhelm. first vice president; Miss Minnie Foster, second vice president; MLss Alice Marie Ro.ss, recording secretary; Mrs. Glen Cook, corresponding secretary; Mii* Ceclle Cassluy, treasurer; nnd Mrs. C. I/. Moore, parliamentarian. ned roses in a brass bowl flanked by burning red tapers Iti brass candle holders formed the centerpiece. Rrnnll cotton boll rorsnRes fieri v.'itl' the society's colors marked ench pine. 'Hie 'ft2-'53 yearbooks for the Zetn Chapter were presented each member. Mrs. Ralph Rerrvman. pianist, presented a medley of musical numbers. Following dinner. Mrs, Johnson reported on I he DKr, workshop held at Petit Jean In August, and of the -society's national meethiR In C^icnrjo this summer, when Arka"-"i Delta K^prni Gamma received re-O'-nillnn for its outstanding wnrk In the field of World Service. One of the national projects idonted for the next two years will be the raising of 51 JI.OOO schnl.tr- ships which will be awarded lo women for advanced graduate work. A school in instruction conducted jy Mrs. •-'••isrm Etrcsse'l especially .he plans of work for the various committees. MlF* • nnn Joyce. Uam- sev of Little Hock accompanied Mrs. Johnson here. Bits of News John Stanley Grcslcy of Blytheville Is one of four theological students from the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas registered at the. School of Theology of the University at the South, Ecwance. Tenn. New Lampshade-Making Tricks Save Your Time and Money By NEA Woman's Editor NEW YORK—INBA)—Any woman who wants to turn interior decorator on her own will, with a small Investment In time and money, be able to produce lampshades with a custom look for her livine room. Most women, at some time, eye with envy the lampshades that can l» ordered made up In a fabric matched to thc-lr own drapes, upholstery material or even slipcovers. their son, Hobby, who had spent the week there. Mrs. Monroe Crnin of Memphis spent several days In Blytticvllle with Mr. and Mrs. s. E. Tune and other friends. She came esprcinUy for the niythcviiic Junior Auxiliary's Annual Fashion Show. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Malloiy and daughters, Loretta and Millie Anne _ M _ ,..,„ are now at home, after being in Hay- j of the shade. Yoif do lhTs"b'y"noid- ti. Mo., nnd Murray, Ky., where InR a piece of cord ai htc bottom of " Tips on transforming this very vellum shade into the fabric-covered type with a custom look come from interior decorator Harriet Sherry. To get the right results you'll need these things: (abrlc, lampshade, wrapping paper, piece cif cord, clothespin clips, milliners' glue and braid or ruffles for finishing. Kisirt by marking off equal halve. Mr. Mallory's father, W, I. Mal- tory, died last Thursday. His funeral was in Haytl. Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Mills and son left yesterday to make their home In Albion. Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Raydo Vearh and daughter, Miss June Veai-h. and I'lss Betty Ann Mulllns are' in lemphis today, where Miss Veacii, graduate of Manila High School, ill enter Memphis State College, Atsanac Club Has Canasta Paity Here Mrs. Virginia Fnye Oahbert entertained Friday with n canasta party at the Razorbnck Drlve-Tn. when guests were members of the Atsanac CHlb. After a salad course was served guests spent the afternoon playing canasta. Mrs. Barman Ellis took first place and second went to Mrs, Austin Jenkins. RTytlicvllIc Hostilt.il Dismissed: Mrs. Lennie Duke, Cooler C. E. Hart. City Charles Shears, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ha/.el Barnes and baby, ora Mrs. Georpe White, Luxora Robert Birmingham, City Henry Mahan. city J. O. I.on- Luxora Mrs, Hobby O'Neil, City Lur- otillion Dance Given at Hotel The Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was tile scene Saturday night of a dance given for members and guests of the Cotillion Club. Hosts and hostesses for the more than 40 couples who attended were Mr. nnd Mrs. Hob Lee Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., Mr. nnri Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrcy, and Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utlcy. A tablo holding assorted party foods and drinks was centered with n large bowl of mixed fruit, flanked by candles. WARNING ORDER In the Chancfiry Court, ChcVa- sawha District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. a. w. need. pit. vs. No. 12,164 Prcbule Reeds. Dft. The defendant, Prebble Reed, is hereby warned tc\ appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hei'cof and answer the complaint of the. plninttff, O. W. Reed. . Dated this 0th day of September. 1052. :' ' ;'..• *•';' Harvey Morris/-dlerx By Lnvcrue Ball, D. C. Guy Walls, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, ntty. ad lltem. S' He knows who has Ihe clciinest, freshest wash in town . . who is satisfied wilh halfway, olri-fashionori methods. How do voii rate? Do you know our delivery man? \Ve think you should . . . for he can help you to a new way of living. Let him lake washday drudgery out of your house ... let us show you the results of professional laundry service , . and you'll look forward lo his visits every week! , Biyrheville Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 11 ...... DOLLAR-WISE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUI 129 95 IZ.7.7J Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starrs 7:15 p.m. Admission !)c & 3()c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE IMSTM Reunion in Reno" i HANKS Oft WfCOllllB-lElfWICBOS * UMttRMt.i —Plus— the scum, ^r cord up nlong the .warn nnd across llie top, down tlie opposite side ot the *!iade nnct back to the beginning of the cord at the bottom of the seam. Now, usiiiK the cord as a B»ldn, /rv'rk a straight line from top to hottom opposite the seam. Next, divide ati uncrensed phce of. wrapping paper In half, vertically, aiMl place the paper flat on a table, At this halfway mark on the pap^r, Mr, and Mrs. A. G. uttlc left] ho'cllhc bottom "of" ihe"shad«''horl'- estcrdnv for Little Rock where mntnllv. je?m upward and pcrpcn- hcv will spend several days. dic'Jlar to the edce of the paper Mrs. B. A. Lynch and son. Louis i iTbr nortion or the shade contaln- yrwh, spent the week cwl in Roar- Ark., us guests family. of the P. E. I ln<? the b'seet'n-* line you just drew will he face down on the paper.) _ „ , Starting at this bisecting line Russell Phillips, Sr,. !s attending! draw short, st.raijzht lines on the automobile dealer's '• v/enU in I , )a p Pr along the ton nnd bottom Hot SprniRs this week, .while | cdRcs of the shade. .Without lifting d>r> sh^rle from the pnnor, roll it to the ri"hL and draw Uvo more lines. As you do this, you'll see that the rhort, straight lines are rising into two arcs. Continue these arc* until Irs. Phllllm Is the guest of her ter. Mrs. Vance Alexander. IT. nrl fnmllv in Germantown. Harry W. Unities went to .-it, .oiils yesterday and plans to re- ;irn today. Ham'Uon Mttle of Memphis. ?n:l Ir. nnd Mrs. Cecil Oliver and paper from the table. Fold the left i liners' glue. Be sure that the fabric Drew, of Proctor. Ark., were the ucfits of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Little or the week end, Mrs. CorneHus Modi n err. .Sr.. irft cstcrdny afternoon for Hon.stuTi. 'ex., where she will spend a week vlth her sisters. Mrs. Frank Levy nd Mr.s. Robert McArdlc nnd fam- ,y. She will leave Houston by plane Saturday Tnr Oxnard, Calif., whore he plans lo spend several weeks sis nest of her daughter, Mrs. Peter . Lnunian. and fnmily. Amtinfj BlylhcviHe residents who Itcndcri the funeral of W. I. Malory of Hayti yesterday were Mr nd Mrs. Raymond Zachry, Miss Cllffle Overman, Darrell Swanner, -Ir. and Mrs. Fletcher King nnd laughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ah-in Iluff- nnn. Sr.. Miss Jctti p c tmflman, Alln Huffman, Jr.. Mr. antl MS-*. Richard Robson. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. D, E. Vimberly and sons, Mr. and Mr.s. I| L. Ftcynolds, an<l Mr. and Mrs. ,ex Stiles. The Rev. Hnrvey Kldri left this norning for Little Rpgk where he will attend lihe^Syripd of-'Presbyn crlan Chiu(hc,s, =.and' Cmnmitteff- meeting^ prior": to the synod. Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander, daughter Bennye, son. Johnny, and •Irs. Alexander's mother, Mrs. M. McCutchcn of MLston, Tenn., spent •csterday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander. Mrs. Dorothy Smith and children. the seam of the shade is face down on •"in. (the table and the bisecting line up- CHILDREN % E Pure orange flavor makes thti specialized aspirin so -easy to take. Tablets are Yt adult do5e.33c facing you. End the arcs about half an inche beyond this loint. Connect the t\vo ar" c with n -.trnicht liiie. Now then, remove the wrapping Billy, DntU-e. and Richard of Trumann. were the weekend guests of' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hudson and family. MLss Mary O'Brien left Friday Cor Nashville where she will spend lior .sophomore year at Travecca. Nnzarene College. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Wootlard plan to leave this afternoon fnr Little Hock, where they will attend the Synod of Presbyterian Churches. Jerry Cagle left today to enter Travecca at Nashville. Term. Judge and Mrs. W. Leon Smith have returned from Jackson, Miss., where they visited Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. W. H. Smith, who is III- Enroute home, they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Smith in, Pine Bluff. Mrs. Hp.b«tt F. Nichols, Mrs. Carl Ahdersoi ^M- rs- Bob Chiles of *** today for the fu' C.J.O. Weedman. . : -, jr., who attends Arkansas State College in Jonesboro, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drake, Sr. halt under the right and cut a pal- tern after the lines you just drew. Then, holding the pattern across the fabric, selvedges at the sides, cut the fabric after the pattern. Use the center told of the pattern as a guide to be sure it's «tmlght iip and down on the fnb--~ (parallel lo selvedges) >as you cut it. With cloth£y]>:u em).:, fit the fabric lo the base of the shade. Adjust the fabric to fit the top. if the top fits correctly, any sH^ht deviation at the oilier crimes can be corrected when you "overlap the fabric to finish the shade. You're almost throuirh. Start ins; at the seam of the shade, glue the \ fabric to the vellum base with mil-' perfectly smooth as you go. Glue the beginning of the fabric flash to the shade, overlap the em!, and glue to the first part of the fabric. Trim the raveled threads at the top and bottom edges. Finish with braid, ruffles or bias binding. The Geneva Convention governing treatment of war prisoners wa> not signed by Russia. Open 7:00 p.m. Show Start* al Dusk*, 2 Shows Every Night Free Book on Arthritis And Rheumatism How To Avoid Crippling Deformities An nmazlng newly enlarged 44- page book entitled "Rheumatism" will be sent free to anyone who will write for it. It reveals why drugs nnd medicines give only temporary relief and fnil to remove the causes of the trouble; explains n specialized non- surgical, non - medical treatment which,has proven successful for the past 33 years. You Incur no obligation ih sending [or this instructive book. 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