The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 2, 1952
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BCYTHEVHLL8 (AUK.)' COUNTER Pat Mullins, Society Editor AewA PhuQa 4461 High Two Ploys At Razorback Mrs. Bernard jRRgcrs was hostess at the Razorback Drive-In yesterday lor B de.'sert bridge for members of the High Two Bridge Club and six guests. A Iheme of Halloween was carried out in decorations with Jnck-o-lan- terns used as centerpieces, handmade tallies ol bltifh owls anrl pumpkins, nnd on a larger table, a black owl held marigolds. Pri/rs Mere wrapped in orange nnd decorated with black poblins. Guests Included Mrs. Joe Hughes, Mrs. Richard Osborne, Mrs. Kelly Welch, Mrs. Bill Young. Mrs. joe Evans, and Mrs. Jack Cuartni. Mrs. Floyd Se.iy won hlgli club prize with second going to Mrs. Kemper Bruton, Mrs. Young won high guest pri?e nnd Ijrfdsro went to Mrs. Herman Besharse. Bridge Club Has Initial Meeting Mrs. W. J. Pollard was hostess at the Country Club yesterday tor Ihc Initial meeting of the year for mr inters of the Wednesday Club with R bridge-luncheon. The long lable from which thi two-course luncheon was served wa. centered with a fnll study In orante and gold, with marigolds prcdomi nating the arrangement. Mrs. E. M. Rcgcnolri wns a. spies of the club members. Winners of the day's game were Mrs. P. B. Black, high score, and Mrs. Baker Wilson, second prize. c o u i> r, R WEDS — Miss L i I li a n 10 va Wilson, (Inugh- tor of Mrs. George Wilson (1 the ) a I o .Mr. Wilson, of Wilson, became Hie 1) rid e of C h a rIo s Ray If,ir we II of Corinth. Miss , *5 Sept. 27 fit the t,: -M o t 1) o <! i a t £ ' Church in Wil- ifo, Bits of News ! rrloitltj /-^erjoiial I > It's Young- And .Versatile Wilson Couple Married in Church WILSON-MLss Lllllon EVH Wilson, daughter of Mrs. George Wilson and the late Mr. Wilson, became the bride of Charles Ray Harwell, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Hnnvcl) of Corinth, Miss., Sept. 27 lit the Melhodlsl Church here. The Rov. Sam Watson ofttclnted at the double-ring ceremony before an altar lighted by till tapers In cnnrielnbra flanked by a background arrangement of floor baskets of white Blartioll. chrysanlhcinums and greenery. Nuptial music was presented by Roy Ware, orgnnfst. The bride wore nn original suit of wool In n eunmclal color, flHkcrt wJtli yellow with blnrk accessories. Her flower was a yellow-throated white orchid pinned at the shoulder. Mrs. Ralph Robinson, matron of honor, chose a purple gabardine suit with hlack accessories, and a purple orchid pinned at the shoulder. John Miller served as best man Following: a wedding (rip the couple will live in Wilson where Mrs. Harwell Is co-operator of the Wil- Mn lienuty Shoppe and Mr. Harwell Is employed as assistant cashier at Buckeye Cotton Oil Company. Amoni! the out-ol-town guests were his mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Sharon of Marked Tree, Mr and Mrs. Jell Hriegs, Mr. and Mrs James Douglas Harwell and dauqh- tcr Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brooks, nil of Corinlh; .Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Daily of Moorchead. Miss., Mrs. Joe Applebaum and daughters Peon Ann and Lana Mrs. John Enoch of Osceola nnd Mrs. Charles Beall of Joiner. Rush Party Is'Given by Sorority 8859 By Sue Burnett Standby of every college ward-, robe Is the youthfully styled Jump-! er that's easy to sew, changes Its ' appearance completely teamed with blouses or sweaters. Alone. Irs a handsome date dress, ; Pattern No. S859 is n sew-rlte per-' Jorated pattern in sizes 11. 12, 13 I 14, 16, le, zo. Size 12. jumper, 3«; yards ol 30-inch; blouse. 2H yards. Por this pattern, tend 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, TU. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This! now issue is filled with ideas tor smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed Inside the book. 25c. chop suey, was held last night for rushers of Beta Sigma Phi soro?- ity nt Hotel Noble. Each member nml rushce cnme dressed in chine.w costumes for .he Chop suey dinner, served from l(>ns table which was centered with a Chinese planter. Hnndmnde dragons were plnce cards. Miss Polly Stewart wns chairman of Ihc event, with Mrs, rjliike Polly Riving the welcome ix n d Invocation. Ciiirsls left Hie hotel for a iire hunt, which ended al the hnme of Mrs. D. C. Pnfford. which vns also decorated to carry out the heme o! the parly. Chairmen of committee ware Mrs. Elmer Nf»rnmn,*nnd Mrs. nen Cooper, food; Miss Belly lilack and Mrs. J. W. McHnney, Mrs. Robert Llpscomb and Mrs. J. D. Dnvls, entertainment; Miss Billie Sue B\irke. Miss Luella Barnes. Miss Florence Moore anri Miss Coleen Wood, decorntion; Miss Vera Goodrich. Invitation. Rushers Included Mrs. nan nurge. Mr= Kelly Welch, Mrs. Jack Jor- Club Eight Plays In White Home Members of Club Eight were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. .lesse M. White when one guest played with members. Sirs. Pnul Jobe-took first place and bririgo in the dny's bridge gomes. Second went (o Mrs. H. G. The hostess, who served refreshments during the game, used pink and white roses throughout her entertaining rooms. s, 13111 Farrlmand. .Mrs. Paul Mrs. D. E, McCasklc, Mrs. Harold Doyle, Mrs. Jesse Euhanks, Mrs. Denny Wibon. Mrs. Sill clalr Mrs. E. L, Boggs, Miss Dlckev Lee Cn 'W nnri^Miss Blllie Jane Rodgcrs. Sisters Honored At Party at Dell Thelmn Txiulse CrawforA. e and her sister. Barbara Joan, 5, were complimented yesterday with a birthday party nt the Dell home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs R B Crawford. -:• _ ' ' Sixty fiv<Qr their friends (rom Dell, Blylhcvlllt. and Manllii attended the affair. Two large biuhday cakes were on ends of the table, which was cenlercri by punch. Serving cake were Ruby Kay Koehler and Mary Virginia Kerner. and pouring was Donna Kay Sunders. They were assisted by Mary Kay Stevens and Stinrira Keener. The Rev. B. li. Hall look picture.' in the afternoon. Those assisting M rs . Crawford were Mrs. J. T. Tale. Mrs. Edgar Stacy, Mrs. Marion K«o]i]fr Mrs M. R. Grllfin, Mrs. Kemper Bruton, Mrs. Worm Holder, Mrs. John Stevens. Jr.. Mrs. Lindel Bolen. Mrs E. l|. Hall, and Mrs. Gladys Clavenger. flgt. Lee IUcharcl.v>n ; who Is stationed at Oeorge Air force Base, i Vlctorvllle, Calif., visited his parents I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Richardson, for several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Nick Thoma formerly ol Blytheville, and now of Hollywood, Ha., are spending =e\- eral days here as guest* of Mrs. C. P. Blakemoie and lamily, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mai- lory and daughters are Mr. nnd Mrs. Gaston Brown and family of Rl^co They came especially for the National Cotton Picking conic*!, and beauty contest in which their dau- liter. Is representing Kew Madrid County Farm Bureau. The condition ol Mrs. Bert Kills, who underwent surgery at t h e Walls Hospital several weeks ago, Is reported to be Improved. She Ls at the home of her son, Mr and Mrs. c. D. Ellis. Mrs. w. D. Hammond is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pcnnsins- er in Memphis. j Mrs. T. H. Chapman, who WAS In Campbell's Clinic for more lhan two weeks, has been brought home. She broke her hip in a [nil neaiiy three weeks ago, but is rportcd lo oe "doing /inc." Dr. and Mrs. w. P. Brewer will; have a.s their week end guests, DrJ Brewer's brother. J. L. Brevier and: WILSON—Mrs. Albert Grcenwell. Mrs. Brewer, and his sl'U-r. Mrs. who has served as president of the Charles Ferguson, all of Smithland, i Women's Missionary Union of First K y- ! Baptist Church for the past three Mrs. Jesse M. White will he In I i' ears - "'as complimented Monday Memphis tomorrow to visit her son ' EV ^ning when the four circles of John Charles White, who is n slu-':' hp WMU entertained with a sur- dent at Southwestern. ( P 1 '' 5 " P ar ty In her honor. The af- Albcrt Fnlrfleld is majoring in in- falr was held at the church. sirumciual music at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He is a member of the co!lc!;e band OUTGOING PHESIDK.VT FETED - Mrs. Albert Orcenwell trlght) of Wilson, outgoing president of the Women's Missionary Union of the First, Baptist Church, who has served three years, was complimented Monday with a surprise party, On behalf ol circles, Mrs. D. B, Blerisoe presents the honoree with a Bible. WMU President Complimented at ^Wilson Church Mrs, J. B. Lovett. incoming WMU Resident, presented the honoree nth a corsage of tube roses, as she entered the reception room while capella choral untcm symphony ! fi™ lhe rece P li °n room while crchcslra. and Lambda Chi Alpha ii? e e '° up sa " B " We Welcome You Social Fraternity. "" D ' *.„,„ , Mrs. B. A Lynch Louh L-nth . i colors - white and or M«. Elton Klrby and N s. W L. £'* TV""?! « ut '» decwa ! '">'«. A personalized cake, encir- Horner were In Memphis lost night t to attend the concert ot Hosea i .,« cct I ender ...muius in cannje Mrs. \V, L. Phillips of Lilllc ' formed the centerpiece for linen has returned home after staymt! I draped refreshment lable. with a garland of lavender peas, flanked by lighted lav- candles in candle sticks here for several weeks with thei . After games were played each Coming Erents Deborah Class of the First B*p- THURSDAY. OCT. t, Husband Wins Without Wife's Competion A. New York coupie re«nttv broke up their marriage over n card game. It happened llk» this, according o the wife's story: Her husband Insisted that she play cards with him for "house money." When she itnrted winning heavily from him she claims he "marked the deck." When > woman enters Into competition with her husband the cards Hulh Mlllelt ars usually marked. Slip may be able to show him up, but still she is not the winner. H*c«tise a man just isn't going to lei his wife beat him at anything h« considers important. WMS Has Mission Program-Meeting Jackson ion program Mrs. j. T. Simpson^'led Br , to open the meeting wh owed by the prog: 11 S parts were Mrs. mary KAr. tain, Mrs. Ernest Cox, Mrs. J T Simpson. Mrs. Alvin Webb Mrs Raymond Dickson, Mrs nay Havrip and Mrs. Becky Smith. Couple Celebrates Anniversary Here Mr. and Mrs. D. s. Wakeficld who celebrated their E olden wedding an" nlversary yc.sterday, were surprised by more lhan 30 members of (h« ,J..L^™ M Methodist Church The group called lo see Mr. Wake— , Held, who has been 111 fnr *nm To t«! sure Hint she doesn't, he i "me. and brought with them can fall back on all kinds of unfair : shouer of gifts In china and a lai-w anniversary cake. Pastor is the Rev. w. w. Peter- advantages. He'll drop out of the competition Or he'll decide his wife is neglect- Ing her responsibilities In order to or whatever she shadow him. Is doing to ovcr- »F Will Mrs. Louis Cherrv is . or , the first meeting of <he season oT i " So |rV"" - C ™ S "•>' •»»', ,„ ridicule n ,,d nl ' pllr(v|lt "«< '« "*« worn- hostess (or ' , pllr " "" Mid-week Club. Mr*. Lynn Hughes entertains members of La N'ueve Club nt her hotne. Duplicate Bridge League ploys at Hotel Koble. "»" '** al '. v » n winnins for j — .....* ., i^nn.i no nmning [or J the wife who turns herself into her Imshand's competition. The only winning game a v,,« piay Is to be her husband's New York Exchange NEW VORK MV-Slocks of « of the 50 companies with the biggest 19ol newspaper advertising appropriations wore listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Together they spent S17C.030464 Four spent more than 10 million dollars each ivith newspapers. They - taining partner, if she is on his side were General Motors, 423194000- an Procter fc Gamble, sH.ngloDO; members of the TLE. hostess to """** ,!»:*"»* «2* is" - «•* M «»* > ™<S "„ But let her oppose him and she'll -- J-- — J -..Q in1.1 I o Lllh neck. She can holler "Unfair want the cards stacked against you, always be his • family ol Mrs. T. H. Chapman..] member revealed her sunshine I tract Club while she was a patient in Camp- friend and presented her a gift bell's Clinic. | Mrs. D. B. Bletlsoe presented Mrs n-ua ^Lum.. mm. u. D. metisoe presented Mrs Among those seen at Ihe concert' Grcenwell with a Bible on behalf of Jose Iturbi in Memphis la.-t nisht of circle members, were Mrs. Doyle Henderson. MIS. j Ovfr '"> members, composed of Eva Jelclcl. Mrs, R. A. Kclsnn. Noble' lhc Al »mathy, Mac Jones. Kath- Olll and son and Mrs. Knblc Crnv.- i icc " Mallory nnd Alfred Carpen- ford. . j 'er Circles, were present. Gilbert Mann Is in Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis where he I will undergo treatment. Choir Banquet Held at Church The annual choir banquet for the ! „,,,", First Chrislian Church Choir and i f™ guests was held night in the ' church dining room. A buffet supper was served from a table wich «a s centered with a large arrangement of zinnias, marigold, spider lilies, nml on each end with smaller arrangements of nasturtiums In many varied colors During the evening, a business session, was held nnd officers were Layette Shower Given in Home A layette shower complimented Mrs. Frank Richardson last night at Ihe home of Mrs. Burt Miller. . . Pink and blue formed the color le and decoration for name prizes home of Mrs. w. B. Mayo. Mrs. J. w. McHaney entertains members of OEO Club. Friday FNecutive board of the WMS of 1 • J —• "*•• = •* Trinity Baptist churcn has oust- i partner —«e«r his opponent, nrss session at 2:30 p.m. at -he home ' of Mrs. R. w. Wooten at 638 Lake. Mrs. George Pollock Jr. is hostess to members of the Fridav Con- i tract Club. Dorcas claw of the First Baplist Church meets with Mrs. A. Rushing , Chrysler, $13,513.000, and ColgiUe- Pnlmolive-Peet, 510,842,000. Food companies led the list with 11 of the 49, followed by motors, llq. uors and tobacco firms with five each. she wants to but the fact remains! ,,-., ,. -that she can't win. Highball at 80 Years so ,f ,'„„ ,„„.. ..... .. . rs. . usi,z at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Jessie Feeder as her co-hc.-tess. Is By Manila Church na T ?r, e r R f V '^ B ^ nardBrackln ' past "' -""' ""orate, remember pa=tor of the Faith Tabernacle of that a ru 5 with a border frinse or Manila wac ^.A^^ir ..j . . i u~.i. ...... .. ""*uvi. iiiuijt; or CENTRAUA. 111. (f,- M his 80th birthday recently Robert T. McMillan wondered if he now may be the oldest active railroad engineer !n the U.S. His family came to Ccn- irr.lia. III., 100 years ago to help the Illinois Central' Railroad »et started. He now has a passenger run between Cairo, III., and Centralla. When decorate, remember ' Chapter ""N "Tf PEO ""»»i s at'^^hi" 1 ' , W ?f com J"™<!ntsd last i both will" make a room a'nd^the P.m. wnh Mrs. Hile;- B ,JonV« " ' Jf ' ' le h ° me o! Mls Sue j ^g appear smaller. Mrs. Whitney Mo^rTT,. haslS .4",,™ ^ * "^ \ '~ The church was host for the oc-! casion. After the honoree h;id . La Finesse Club. Saturday University Club dance to be held , n-jiiv/iti; llilU tilt* the large pink and green birthday , . __________ e .^. at 9 p.m.. Hotel N'oble -in Jlirrur cake, he opened the gifts Room. Hosts anri hostesses are Mr.!. The evening was spent informally i and .\trs. w. M. Jontz. Jfr. and Mrs. «'»h singing and planning lor'their Jack Hale and Mr. and MJS. J. W. McHaney. . Story Hour for children from lirsl grade lo sixth grade to be held at the Public. Library. Biythe- the i vllle Junior Auxiliary is sponsor. I Afternoon game Duplicate Briri"e went to Mrs. Freci ! League held at Hotel Noble. Hocice and Mrs. Rnfus Simpson with games under the direction of Mrs. Fny Austin. The hostess was assisted In serv ing refreshments Richardson. by Mrs. Birdie soiled combs and brushes in Rrnd Coifrler [Tews Classtfleri Ad> Best part of a picnic — '<j No other drink picks you up like Dr. Pepper The speciM sparkle of Dr. Pepper odds to everybody's fun> everywhere you go. Enjoy it in the m-botlto carton or the 12-bottle carton; buy it by the case . . . and look for it at soda fountains and vending mnchines, too. F ~T-r-r—v- - i .-- ,„.,._„. . --.--TI I HEW HiRACLE DRUB GIVES -j I WONDERFUL FAST RELIEF 1 from MINOR THROAT : IRRITATION I flom «»ldt, tmoVing antj DI At the firsi Jign of 4 minor thmii irritation, iaVc McKesson"* wnsnioml new WEO AQUA-DRiK ThfOAl Loi«ng«. BtJiust NED AQ1M-DRTN conrtini (he intibiwic miracle drug, Tyrothticjn, it warfci fast, two wayi; I relieves discomfort itnvwi \mrnsdiaitly, 3 inhibits the grtrn-pasilii t ftms thtt ciui« man minor throat irriu> (ion!: N'EA AQUA DRIN h guanncec^ to contain uf> to tuitt */ m^tb pain- relieving locjt *n«(hrHico; sem-tn ins inj;t*«-iicnH as oih« leading products, Pieaunt orjri,ec rlavor ... Icivej no bitter after-mte. And NEO-AQUA-DRIK do« not disturb digestion or dciHcn [«tecf food! X'otc: If throat iriiucioo is accompanieti by (e\-« or txh«r symptonu, jce your docior. MeHSSOK'S NEO-AQUA-DRIN THIOAF lOZtNCEl Hoii« by M.Kene. end «i*w n , 5:rdQ4port, C«nn. Woods Drug Phone 4507 clcctcii. Mrs. Hadley Hays is presi-i n nctl ' r B''nt lor 10 minutes. Dirt <ot dent. Miss Luella Alley, secretary j lcns inickly and comes out easily. and Mrs. D.ile Briggs, social secre- ~ -'- tary. Outgoing ollfcers. Mrs. Bill Rayder. Mrs. Cecil Lowe, and Mrs. James Terry, were In charge of the affair. Dessert bridge and canasta b?ne fit is to be given by the UDC a 1:15 p.m. at the Woman's Club Mrs. Gean Atkinson may be callec for reservations. Friday, October 10 Annual reception tor members o the facility of Blytheville School: given by Ihe Woman's Club at thi club. building project. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission DC & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TE Douhlc Kenturc Plus 7/ GAS HOUSE KIDS GO WEST" "R'ilh Dead End Kids Also Cartoon FRl - SAT —Plus— VJillP Serial: The Zombies Also Cartoon ma in CHARM Pomaohc concoction whipped up fo< your BIG occasions in Burlmoton'j Foolaloillo — oil jfiimmery, gliramery. Pouf pocket, peet neckline, tiny middls — oil louched oH with block velvel. For jtill more«al, Ihs demure Dower molil. Claim yo ur , | or ciaglina compliment! in moon-beige, itardust blue, gold or poppy. Siiei 9 lo 15 200 E. MAIN ST, Blytheville Hospilal ' smii5cd: Manuela Segoria, city. Mrs. ArtSiur Vance. Armorel David Garcia. Dell. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. D. E. Jones, city Gary Brown, Cooler. Mrs. Herman Roark and baby, Open 7:DO p.m. Show Si.ui, at Dusk; 2 Shows K«ry Night JOHNFQRoi RIO GRAND! A REPUBLIC PICTURE-" John Wayne Maureen O'Hara Plus Cartoon & Comedy AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY and FRIDAY With fist aiid fury and lusty might ...they carved America from k wiidernetil DOUGIAS . OEWElf MARTIN ELIZABETH THREATT • ARTHUR HUNNICUTT Paramount News & Cnrloon RITZ GUESTS Mr. anrl Mrs. \V. J. Cohh Mr. anrl Mrs. Jitnmie Edwards and family Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Florman Air. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman

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