The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 24, 1952
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roini Society Pat Mulliru, Society Editor 9 BLYTTfEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ew& Phone 4461 Troop Two Meets For Election With their leader, Mrs. Vance Henderfinn, members of Troop Two of Girl Scout Lone Troop Association held their first meeting this year at the Woman's Club yesterday. Officers for a six week's period were elected, including Sylvia Ladrt, president; Susan Smith, vice president; Ann Bailey, secretary; necky Utley. treasurer; Carol Beavers, reporter; Sally Kennedy, program; Sara Lou Snow, Susan Human and Billie McN'ecse. clean-up committee. Salibas, Host At Dinner Here Bits of News illoiitij /-<?/• j on «/ i Twenty members jf the Past Ma- i trolls and Patrons Club were en] tertnined Monday night al Die borne j of Dr. and Mrs. J, A. Sallba, with | dinner and games of rook. Among Pi Kappa Alpha pledges Dinner tvas served from H long j at Arkansas state College, are two table overlaid wilh a white mad- j Ulylheville hoys, George Krone and ena elnth and centered with a large \ •>. C. Droke. Jr. vnse of fall flowers. Tall vases filled ' Mr. and Mrs, Ted Houscr and wilh Krrencry anil autumn colored I family hnve as their quests Mr. blossoms were used in the living j Houscr's sisters. Mrs. William Rob- room. ! bins of Kansas City, Kans.. Mrs. Games of rook were played In thc ', Horton F. Weeks, and Mr. Weeks living room later in the evening ; °< Baltimore, Mil. wilh Mrs, Mary Horn and J. O.\ Carl Wayne Ethrtrtitc, son of Mr. Smith whining first pmes for wo- ! Dance Is Given At Legion Hut Dancing provided (lie evening's activities last nijrht for members of the American Lepion, American legion Auxiliary and BUesU, when a monthly social was held at the hul. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook were guests of the organizations. Later in the evening, a sandwich piste with coffee was served buffet style. men and men. respectively. Rooko was won by Mrs. Gus Eberdl. Bridg Party e-Canasta Is Given and Mrs. J. It. Hughes, ,has returned to San Diei>o for overseas fluty, after spending a 12-day leave at home. . 'J'ho condition ot Mr.s. nert EJIls, who utidrrv, ent surgery al Walls flospilal last week. Is reported ro be slightly fmpiwpd. Stle Is In Room 201. Her riauchter, Mrs. .,,,_, ' Owen Taylor of Belleville. Ill , and I .Mrs jacx Rail-lines «as hastess her son, J. F. Ellis of Flint Mich i last nieht at the Dixie Pig Drive-1 have arrived to be v. ill) her | fn _whtm Jhe^enterlalned members! l,t. P. D. rosier is spoutling 10 Teens Need Washable Wardrobe v /P*i " TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1052 i ~-\-;s Trf'ji-:i!;<-i s uill [iitrl wondr-r- T II I I \ u:islul>lr Uiinliiiln s IflK M'.Tiun. One :lJ[.u .jslntMf cosliirnc le.ilures nn orlrm-:inil iJ'oti skirl wilfi unprcs'-ed lilr.-iK .1 UKrrs.ill clicck IMI tlnmv vrsl. .1 icisrv l>l»nsc in.I a S1|[]s-S|]rjil!;f:il>|p ll:imlb;\>; uf .sturdy ruiilile [ilnslic friiilitl ,\llcr you wash :iml ihnrmiahlv dry the uirdurnv vrsl it is j> s sililr In restore (ho IKIJI « illl a stiff brush (:ihuvi!> lly ,\U< J.I IIAJtT XEA lioanly Editor fun lo zo to school High School Club Guests at Party Gail Whitsitt and Betty Ann Mullins were hostesses last night to members of the Masque anrt Gavel Club of Blythevllle High School with an Informal party at the Hush Whitsitt home. Floral arrangements were used at Intervals throughout the house. The hostesses served Iced drinks «nd assorted party foods during the evening. Providng entelrtalnment for the 18 guest-s were various party games and dancing. . Exciting- Set For Tots By Sue Burnett What could be more exciting tor a miss of one to six than an adorable bonnet and muff set to wear with her brand-new coat? Mother can make all three pieces easily and quickly with this clearly Illustrated patern. Pattern No. 8883 is a sew-rite perforated pattern tn sizes 1, 2. 3. 4 5. 6 years, size 2. coal. n; yards' ot 51-inch; Ixmnet anti muff. 2\ yards of 36-1n,'h. For this pattern, send 3ftc in COINS, vour name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Quincy SI., Chicago 6. 111. Ready for you no\v—Basic FASHION fo? '52. Fall ami Winter. This new issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season: gM patern printed in.'idc the booK. 25c. re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & i'llc At All Times WED - THUKS |>AVID«»BATHSHEBA ... TECHNICOLOR r Gfe{0iy PICK Soun HMVMRD Also Cartoon & Comedy rtessrrt course was served prccedlnn j Knrcn nlanne Mrs Onthrle Is 'he the games. former Ml« Ai-i •»„ rtV }l ,i, "n ' " ' " g,,esl Mrs. Sterling Mnrtln was last night. Mrs. Joe Freeman won first place In the canasta the br Hod so, Dodcl. Samba Club Has Weekly Game Mrsj G. r. Owens was a guest plftye/with members of BSW Samba Club yesterday v;hen they conducted weekly games at the home of MM. John Scolt. Gladioli nnrt zinnias decorated Ihe scene in which they played. A salad course with Iced drinks was scn-ed preceding thn pames. Mrs. Owens was the winner of the day's prize. A S 1 cnlt « n n , ho number.,. now comes In ler of Mr, and Mis. s. J. Cr.ile. Miss pecgy June st.illlnas and i ,, t Mrs. nc-vcrly .lonrs Mullins, who nrel men s sultiriR-nncI wa-shes Sllmmcr lrock - niou.TS arc •cnnasla name, while first In j student nt Arkansas Stale Colleze I i' 1 '!" 0 " 1 '"" in thc S 5'n«>clic fiber ridae gome went to Mrs: mil i In Joncsboro, hnvc plcdecd Alnha " lu ' PtM(! ' orlon-nylon blends, i. Brldgo went to Mrs. Henry Omicron PI lllul '«"">' "tiler combinations. Thev Vlckl f.ymi is (he name clio'cn by '. a " ''""''-"'ash easily. and nerd Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Gentry for their ! l |ri " """V no ironing at very low second clilld. horn yesterday at i ncatp Walls Hospital. They have another I The all-'.vashable pleated skirt is daughter; Palsy. Mrs. Gentry was before her marriage Miss Vclma 'Ts™ was horn ,o Mr. and Mrs All-Day Meeting " '" HeldbyWMU [ here in an orlon bleuri. Imagine [ flroi^niiR your sport.s skirt into luke- 1 wnrm sonpsud.s, rinsing and clamp- in;; it on a hanger to riry overnight. Sweaters have style these days, too. Polka dots, stripes, ribbed- rounrt insets, sailor collars and col- ; orful V's ^oing from shoulder to shoulder, are some of the .variations. Make a drying frame of cardboard i —body anrl two sleeves—and keep i it for tin- after-sweater sudsing. ! Pick out two predominate colors to spark your wardrobe. Then, mix : and match whenever and however you like, to create a variety of combinations. Such careful planning on , vour part will assure high marks for neatness and smart Brooming .. liabius. Osceola News BJ- BETTYE fiELLF. STAKR community missions. | Somelimes summer squalls blow A prayer by Mrs. McKay closed UP out of nowhere. In an electrical (he session, The traffic In and out of a room causes great wear on the door sill onrt maker, It difficult to clean One remedy, after 'the siU hns been .storm, set to your car before the storm breaks, if you can. It's-the safest place unless you can get Into a building, if you can't make it, stay away from Isolated trees, wire, fences, hilltops and »'|de open spares. Make for a grove of trees. Mr,."" 1 L. Il °ir,«eir"irho, t ,s,l*«nM and dried. , s ,o applv at ! Ku^larV TV' t""' to her Friday afternoon bridGe club 1 I'*"- ' w ° thin coats of fresh, white s as (ar £rom the trunks " at her home last week t shellac. i of Arrangements of golden marigolds and /all foliage u-ere used as the floral decorations. Guest* were served a dessert, course and later played bridge. Mrs. c. E. Dean and Mrs. Charlie Kale played with the club. Mrs. Harry Driver won hfeh. Mrs. Bagbr Knlerlalnn Mrs. Dick iiagby entertained her bridge club Wednesday (or a dessert course followed by an afternoon of bridge. Early fall flowers In vivid colors were placed nt Intervals In the living room. Mrs. Bob Gillespie and Mrs. Frank Williams were guests. Mrs. Searcy Mears won hJ"h score and Mrs, Gillespie won se'c- ond. Tri-Town Meets A,t Country Club Blylhevllle's Gauntry Club wns the scene yesterday of a dessert- bridge party K iyen by M- s . Onr- rard Caudlll for members of the Trl-Town Brldcc Chlb. Centering ench card table wns a small boiiriuet. nf RoMcti glow, surrounded by autumn leaves of vivid Me. Tallies \vere replicas o( allt- lunn leaves, which carried out the theme '-"- Is for the occasion were Mrs Jack Webb. Mre. R. E. Green and \frs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. Winners of the clay were Mr.i Newton Whltis, first, and Mrs. Nunn, second. . . Richard Hose Friday at the Walls Hospital. He Is their second child rmd has been named John Charles. Richard Toirascnri. Jr.. is their older son. Mrs. Hose Is the former Miss Mary Morgan. . Berntce Curtis, infant j ln Member* of the Women's Mis- sjnnary Onlnn of New Liberty Ban] list church held an all-day' mcet- pltal. Her condition Is reported to be Improved. Mrs. C. K. Richards of St. l.ouls (s the house puest ot Mrs. Charles Rose at Rascland. The condition or Dr. D. C. Lean. who Is now at Ruttner clinic in Memphis. Is reported Improved Mrs. McLean has returned home, g yesterday at the. church for The program. "There Is Yet Much Land" was aiven in two parts, with a luncheon after Ihe first part. Mrs. H. E. Crook Kave the defo- tional, which wns followed by group 1 t --;sfneinK. 'Hiking part on the ' pro! cram were Mrs. S. H. Bevlll, Mrs. ' Elmer Holmes and Mrs. Dunvood Mr. and Mrs. Derrell YOUUR nn- I Lolls for lnc morning sewion. and nnunce the birth of a daughter ! M ' s M "'com Kootice, Mrs, Vance Friday at Walls Hospital. She is I DiMri - - vir s. Clexton Eubanks. Mrs. 1 John L. Brothers, and Mrs J. P. Ramey in Ihe nliernoon session. A season of prayer closed the mreling. Coming Events Thursday Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church has social with Mrs. Raymond Bomar at 512 Chickasawba. Mrs. E. B. Chitwood entertains Thursday Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League begins six week's series. Mrs. Jerry Scrape 'Is hostess to members of the TLK Club. Friday Rebecca Lodge has conferring of detrecs following a 7:30 p.m. potluck supper at the oddfellows Hall. First Meeting of the season of Elytheville Woman's Club to be held at 2:30 p.m. preceded by executive board at 2 p.m. Siilch and Chatter meets with Mrs. Thomas Dorris al 7:30 p.m. Business-Program Meeting Conducted Rnyal Service Program and busi- ne. c i; sc.s.sion were conducted yesterday at Gosnell. when H members of the Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church met at the church. To open the meeting. Jilrs. J. M. Wilkinson offered prayer and the mj.ssion lesson. Those on the. program were Mrs. Paul Hemphill. Mrs. .lock Moody, Mrs. Ira Jones, Mrs. Tom Grimes, Mrs. Gerald Moody. Mrs. C. A. Moody, Mrs. W. E. Loll, Mrs. Louis Rhyme, Mrs. Clarence Gean, Mrs. F. E. Lucius and Mrs. Roy McKay. Afler a song and prayer, a business session was conducted by the. new president. Mrs. McKay. Other officers were Mrs. Robert Williams, program chairman; Mrs. Paul Hemphill. first vice president; Mis. Rhymes, secretary; Mrs. Wilkinson, reporter; Mrs. Clarence Oean, treasurer; Mrs. C. A. Moody, social chairman; and Mrs. Jack Moody, their first child and has been named Vicki Dianne. Mrs. Young was Miss Joan Humphrey before her marriage. When your slip covers become wrinkled — between iaunderings — Just run over the wrinkled areas with your steam iron, keeping the covers on the turniture. A Big Vote... H Insure* that a Decision will he made by all the people. A small vote favors tighl machine rule. The machine always votes. Voter indifference discourages able men from running for office- It does not dijcouriige mediocre men and political hacks. When the voler Iowa interest in his government, he opens the door to corruption and waste. Let'sail work for The Big Vote— "SEE YOU AT THE POLLS!" Published OJT a public ttrvice in cooperation u-ith The Advertising Council Mrs. Kerbough Hostess to Club Mrs. Don Kerbouph was haste..., ast night to members of the N N Bridge club at her home. ' ' ! A dessert course was served dnr- ; ing the evening. Mrs. James D. Jefferies took hlsh score In the bridge game, with sec- ' ond golnfi to Mrs Russell Simpson Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr.. won brfdgo. Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Kenneth Wayne Jncqtiej, Steele Paul Howerlnton, Holland Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. M. E. Sanders. Osceolii Mrs. Joan Yoilne. City ^frs. Richard Rose 'and baby Roscbnd Mrs. Clay Orlfco. Luxora Millions Jtaand, keep M he»J~ «K^til There's nothing like giving folks what they want WORLD'S tARGESTSEll£R AT IOC Crrpe fats and othtr rfrr.wy clothes in nncly ffmininc moftd. Hlack Suerlc with New- Baby Louis Heel. 12.95 e*. SONS IS SHOES Good Shoes & Hosiery Coke by the case assures plenty on hand makes hospitality so easy. IClTlfO UNOE« AUTHOflTV Of IH1 COCk-COl* COBfiNV IY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE »«M«r.J IroJ.-morl. © 19J!, THS COCi-COU COU.F4NT Miracle Cushion Holds False Teeth Tight Eases Sore Gums Goodbye Forever to Loose, Wobbly, Uncomfortable Plates Snug Denture Cushions arc a Iriumph of science, a sensational new pJnsfic re-lining that *nds Ihe -innoyance and irritation of loose badly fitting false teeth. Absolutely harmless to gums or dentures. No Sore, Irritated Gums Sore, irritated gums are eased at once. No more chafing of wobbly dentures. All tender areas are gently cushioned. Eat corn-on-lhe-cob, stcnk, apples-talk, laugh as you please - plates "stay put," firmly, solidly. N'o failing or clicking. When Gums Shrink It's not your dentist's fault that g;nns shrink graduaUy-ieave spaces between the plates and the month. Nature does this. Snug Denture Cushions resurface plates so there are no gaps between plate and gums, One Re-Liner Can Last Months — Easily Replaced One Snug Denture Cushion re-liner can last for 2 to 6 months, according to Ihe individual mouth. Stays soft and pliable-does not harden and ruin plate. Peels right out when ready to replace with new cushion. Done At Honne — No Waiting Snug Denture Cushions are thin sheets of a m.irvplous, scientific plastic matoi ia]. Simply plncc one of these wonderful re-lWrs on the cleaned demure (upper or lower) according to simple instructions in package, and presto! You have practically a new plate. No daily bother with adhesive?. Used Widely by DenJisfs Snug Denture Cushions were first used by many denlists to tighten up loose plates. They were so effective that they are now available lo tha public. Tasteless, odorless-cleaned in a jiffy. Get Snug Centura Cushions today! 2 Liners for Lower or Upper Plates 51.50. Money back if not satisfied. 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