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PAGB TITO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWi Pat JHulli'ns, Society Editor Phone 4461 Recent Bride Complimented At Luncheon Mrs. Lloyd L. Ward. Jr. was complimented yesterday wtih a three- course luncheon at Hotel Noble In the Pine Room, when Mrs. J, C. Ellis was hostess to 18 friends. The luncheon table formed a "T' fliape, with a large crystal basket at the center. Pink fugli mums, pink daisy type mums and jade foliage filled the lacy crystal baskets. Forming runners Ihe entire length of each table, were lacy fern tips interspersed with pink daisies. A no I her fable held a bouquet of various colored rosebuds. Marking the honoree's place was a corjagc of pink carnations. She wore for the occasion, a fitted suit of deep orchid wool, with pearl white hat and black accessories. Mrs. L. L. Ward, a guest of honor, was given a corsage of white asters. In (he afternoon, each guest gave Mrs. Ward her favorite recipe-, with the hostess presenting a recipe for happiness. They were presented on a china tray, a gift, of the hostess. The couple had been previously honored with a dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mac White and Mr. end Mrs. Mclvin Halscll. Friday Club Has Dessert-Bridge Mrs. Bob Logan was hostess yesterday to members of the Friday Bridge Club at her home, .when all members attended. A dessert course was served from the individual card lables, which were centered u-Ith mixed falj flowers. Mrs, Farrls McCalla won fir.'t place and bridge In the afternoon's bridge games, with se:ond going to Mrs. James C. Guard. ' • Tops In Half Size Styles By Sue Burnett If you're Just below average height, you'll he pleased with this charming two plecer created just for ;eu. Tailored and trim, and In half sizes that insure perfection In fitting. Pattern No. 8787 ifi a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 12y, H',4 16H, 18Vi, 20',4,22H, 2V.!,. Size 14',4, short sleeves, 5 yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Qulncy St.. Chicago 6, IU. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Pall anfl Winter. This new Issue Is filled with Ideas tor smart, practical sewing lor a new season; gift pattern printed inside the book, 25c. AM, COTTON—All cotton and yards wide Is Herbert Labandlcr's dark pjald denim shirt with lipstick purse attached to belt. Battle Jacket In matching plain tweed denim has cotton knit waist, (NCC i'hoto) Razorback Scene Of Pink and Blue Layette Shower Pink nntl blue provided the color motif for a layette shoiver given yesterday for Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., at the. Ra/.orback Drive-In, when Mrs. Mason Day. Jr., entertained members of the La Finesse Club. Individual tables' were centered with bud vnscs filled with pink carnations tied with pink satin bows. Baby shoes tied wllh tiny pink and blue satin bows made the tallies, On the gilt table, a small white cradcl was filled wllh whlto carnations, blue t malin*. and blue satin. Aflor gifts were presented, a dessert course was served. Guests of t.he club were Mrs. J. M. Williams, Sr., Mrs. W. S. Johnston and Mrs. M. F. Day. Sr. Bridge games followed the shower, and winners were Mrs. Richard Rose, high score, Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., second high, anil Mrs. W. M. Jontz, brldgo. Bits of News f CI-A ona. Miss Virginia Swcarennen and Miss Roydelle Caldwell of Memphis, were the guests of Miss Swearcngen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearenaen, Sr., last night. They came especially for the Hlylhcvilte-Whltchavcn game. Mrs, Earl Knlpplc and daughter, Penny and Mrs. Douglas Ueen nnd son, Danny, were In Memphis to visit Mrs. Lawrence Garner, yesterday. Mrs. Chester Caldwell, who Is ill, Is confined to her home. Mr. and Mis. Hen Mac White announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, Oct. 12, at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. She has been named Debra Jean. The former Miss Jane Williams of Osccola, Mrs. White was brought home yesterday. Miss Jane Rosson of Middlelon, Tcnn., is spending the week end with Miss June Vcacli here. Both attend Memphis Slate. Mrs. w. A. Uobyns. Mrs, Waller Day and children, Donna and Marc, have gone to Ft. Smilh, where they are guests of relatives, 'John Clou.se. Jr., will arrive home from Arkansas state College loilay to visit hit. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Clousc, Sr. Among students from the University of Arkansas, who are spending the week end at home are Pat Durks, Larry Lutes, John Ed Rcg- enold. Moso Simon, Charles Booker and Frank Wagner. Pledge classes of three University of Arkansas sororities have chosen officers. Among them are Miss Marge Hale of Blytheville, historian. Farewell Party Given in Home Mrs. W. M. [,a Ferney was hostess last night for a farewell party I given for Mrs. Stanley Whittakcr, I who 13 moving (o Kansas City. | Kan. For tlie occasslon, the honorce wore gray wool jersey, nnd wns given a corsage of bronze inums. Dahlias were used in the entertaining rooms. Cake nnd coffee were .served by tlie hostess and Mrs. John Clouse. Mrs. Whitlnkcr is the termer Miss Tominye Wells. RlylhevlIlD Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. M. Holly. Cooler Walls Hospital Dismissed: Buddy Long, Luxora Marriage Licenses The fallowing couples have obtained marriage licenses from the office of tlie County Clerk, Mrs. Eliznbeth lilythe 1'arV.cr: Clarence Pale. Manila, and Valerie lioft. Port Byron, I1L; Harry Craig nnd Mrs. Ada Todd, both of State Officers Visits PEG Chapters Mrs. H. P. Westmoreland, stale officer of the PEO Sisterhood, whoj has been the house-guest ot Mrs.' B. A. Lynch, was honored by both Blytheville chapters, "D" and "N". A special meeting was called for members of Chapter "D." when Mrs. B. A.-Lynch gave n dinner on Thursday night at her home. Centering the table was a large arrangement of yellow and while chrysanthemums. Mrs. F. B. Gee. chapter president, conducted n business session, after which, Mrs. Westmoreland spoke to the group. Members of Chapter "N" held their regular meeting yesterday at the Country Club, when Mrs. Westmoreland was a special guest. Fourteen members attended the luncheon meeting, given by Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. hostesses. Providing the centerpiece for the table was a study In yellow chrysanthemums Interspersed with cotton bolls. Placecards were yellow, with n cotton boll attached to [ each. I After the luncheon, members ad- nowers. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr., conducted the business session, and Introduced their special guest, who SUOke to the chatitpr net PP!O Mrnl- Introduced their special guest, wh spoke to the. chapter on PEO proj- etcs. for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY CEALE, 567-M Coming Events Cotllllon Cluo nosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Montandon, Mr. and Mrs. Santord G. Shelter], Dr. and Mrs. Don P. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whltlcy. Dancing begins at 3 p.m. In the Mirror Room of Hotel Nobie, preceded by a business session In the Colonial Room at 8:30 p.m. Monday Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church have a 12:30 p.m. luncheon at the Parish House, Women of theA'rst Presbyterian Church have 2JKO p m. general meeting. M?ml>crs of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church meet at the church at 7 p.m. Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church have circle meetings as follows: Circles One and Four are being entertained by Mrs. U. S. Branson and Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, at 1100 West Main at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Tivo meets with Mrs. James V. Oates at 909 Holly, with Mrs. W. F. Brewer as, co-hostess, at 2:30 p.m.; Mrs. Jane Miller Is hostess to Circle Three at 1606 Hearn. with Mrs. Bob McGraw as co-hortess at 2:30 p.m.; Mrs. Harry W. Hnjnes is hostess to members of Circle Five at 1025 Chlckasawba at 2:30 p.m.; Mrs. J. M. Jonlz Is hastc.ss ift Circle six at 2:30 p.m. at 1108 Chickasawba, with Mrs. Love Aciams as co-hostess; and Circle Seven has a 8 p.m. .meeting with Mrs. Leonard Oldham, with Mrs. Johnson Blackwell as co-hostess. Rebecca Lodge has 7:30 p.m. meeting for regular meeting, followed by a covered dish dinner, honoring birthdays and anniversaries. Ffiilh. Hope and Love Groups of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church have 1 p.m. pot luck-supper. Hostess Is Mrs. Freeman Robinson and co- hostess is Mrs. Albert Taylor. Circles One and Two of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church have a 1 p.m. potluck luncheon followed by Royal Service program and business session. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church has 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. W. W. Lowe at 2110 Henley St. Tuesday Business Women's Circle Three of Calvary Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Herman Mnycs. Junior High School Parent- Teachers Association has a regular business meeting at. school at U p.m. preceded by n meeting of the executive hoard at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Eugene Brown Is hostess to members of BSW Samba Club. Mrs. Worth Holder entertains the members of Tvi-Town Bridge Club. Miss Betty Nell Holland is hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Mrs. J. F. Montandon Is hostess to members of the Ln Petite club at her home. ' * Country club Duplicate Bridge League meets at the club. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary hr.s regular meeting at the Hut. Wednesday Mrs. F. E. Black entertains members of the Wediv-sday Bridge j Club. Club Eight hns meeting with Mrs. Chirlcs Langston. Dcltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Chapter "D" PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Aubrey Conway with Mrs. H. H. Houchiris as co- hostess. Thursday Mrs. Frank Ssay is hostess to members of the G. E. O. Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets nt the Hotel Noble. Mrs. A. G. Little entertains mem- «ATURDAY, OCT. 13, 1961 AIR CONDmrNED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE JHKXT IUDJ BROWN iFREEMHN —"•»;«• •»SS:«-,i(*.T5 OT . „-„ SERIAL: ISlack Hawk & Cai'toon SUNDAY & MONDAY FRED ALLEN OSCAR LEVANT MARILYN MONROE JEAN PETERS GREGORY RATOFF DALE.ROBERTSOK DAVID WAYNE URDBARX Also Parnniotinl News & Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Malm Drs. Carl and Edna Nics Mr. and Mrs. Morris 7,cllncr and family Sir. and .Mrs. Harry Weidrtmn and family &,tL Men Becoming Too Relaxed and Informal Heard a woman complaining the other day that the American male was becoming so informal and relaxed that he was getting downright slippy in both manners and dress, pen to like the other's taste In radio programs. Said she: "Aft- ler I've spent two days polishing silver and clean- Ing shrimp for dinner guests. It .seems to me it Is downright rude lor Ihe men to come in sports shirts. Especially Ruth Mlllctl *'!""> " U of thelr wires arrive looking like they were going to a dinner parly instead of a neighborhood drive-in. "And while I'm all in favor of guests being comfortable. It doesn't seem to me the men have to relax to the point of practically sitting on their necks. "Nor do I think they arc «o worn out from the day's work and so In need !( rest that they don't need to stand up when a woman enters Ihe room. If they are that worn out they ought to stay home. "If all these men I'm talking about hadn't been brought up to know what a gentleman owes his hostess and other women present I wouldn't mind a bit. "But they do know hotter. They have Just taken the trend toward Informality to mean that anything goes. Thnt nny hostess ought to be delighted to have them appear at n party wearing a loud, flowered, tall-out sport shirt; see them flop Into the most comfortable chair available; slump down onto the back of their necks and behave as though they were in their own back yards resting up after a bout with the lawn mower." Well, there it is, men. You're often critical of the women so you ought to be willing to listen when the women decide you, too, can stand a little improvement—or a lot. IX TUK I'ROnATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWHA DISTRICT ESTATE OP ROY A. BRINKLEV, Deceased Last known address: Dell, Arkansas Dale of Death: October 5. 1952. The undersigned was appointed :lmtiiistrat€r of the estate of the bove named decedent on ttu' nth ay of October. 1952, All persons having claims against ic estate must exhibit them, duly !i-lfied, to the undersigned within x months from the date of the rst publication' of tills notice, or \ey shall lie forever oarred and recluded from any benefit In the state. This notice first published Octo- er 18, 1052. Charles E. Brinkley, Administrator Dell. Arkansas 10-18-25 -——•—• itilij ers of the Thursday Club. Mrs. O. G. Caulill entertains jembers of the Thursday Contract rub. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains lembers of the TLE Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with Irs. Leon Sehcrer. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at he Hotel Noble at 1:15. Seaman First Class and Mrs. Leon Hoskiru of Memphis have been the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoskins. and Mr. and Mrs, Irving Alexandra, /or the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck visited In Poplar Bluff Sunday with Mrs. John R. Buck and Sam Buck. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Buck. Lynwood Jones and chlld\;n of Manila have been visiting with Mrs. Coy Twcedle and family the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Qarrlgan were In Union City, Tenn., over the week end visiting Mr. Gsrrl- gan's mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoskins, Miss Irmgard Hoskins, all of St. Louis Mo., were visitors In the home of their parents, Mr: a<:d Mrs. Albert Hoskins, over the week end Mrs. B. P. Qay 1.5 visiting in Memphis .this week with her son, B. P. Gay, Jr., and family, and will be with her brother, Bascom Green, who is lit at his home Mrs. W. R. Llghtfoot and her son, Hugh Williams, were In Memphis Saturday visiting Miss Mary Llglufoot and Mr. and Mrs Wilson Oxford. *» TUB MtOBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT ESTATE or VBIiNA BR INKLEY, Deceased, Last known address: Dell, Ark- msas Date of Death: October 5, 1952, The undersigned was appointed idmlnistrator of the estate ol the ibove named decedent on the nth day of October, 1952. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly ,'eriried, to the undersigned within ilx months from the date ol the first publication of this note, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first published October 18, 1952. Charles E. BrlnkLey, Administrator Dell, Arkansas 10-18-25 "ORIJINANCE NO. Ml Whereas on the day of September. 1952, HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OP BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, fil*d in the office of the Circuit Clerk at Biy- theville, Arkansas, a Certificate of Dedication dedicating a street Immediately north and adjacent to Cherokee Courts and a street immediately south and adjacent to Cherokee Courts for the use of the public, and. WEREAS, said Housing Authority of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas was the record owner of said land embraced In said Certificate of Dedication and under the laws of the State of Arkansas had a right to so dedicate said two streets as public, roads, and, WHEREAS, said dedication of said two streets constitute a continuation of Atkins Street to Elm and of Phillips Street to Elm Street and should by the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, be 'accepted. THEREFORE' BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: 1. That said dedication of saitt streets known as Atkins Street and as Phillips street and being respectively immediately north and adjacent to and Immediately south and adjacent to Cherokee Courts Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, be and the same Is hereby accepted and confirmed. 2. The need for the immediate nse of said two streets as public streets being necessary for the healMi, morals and general welfare of the people, an emergency is therefore declared to exist because of such need then this Ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after its pas- sage. Passed October H, 1952. Dan Blodgett, Mayor Attest: W. I. Malta, Clerk Add glamor to a long rope of pearls by winding them around your neck twice, and then bow-tie- Ing the dangling loop with an inch- wide ribbon. * * • If you plan to make a dress, press the pattern before laying it on the material. This will permit you to cut ft to size much more accurately than will a wrinkled pattern. ORDIN.AN'CK NO. 533 AN OKIMN'ANCR AMKXDINO .SECTION 2 AND HKl'KAM.Vfi SUCTION 13 OF ORDINANCE NO. 531 OF THE ORDINANCES OF TIIK C(TY OF 11LYTIIKV1LLE, ARKANSAS. AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OP THE CITY OP BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS- SECTION 1. Section 2 of Ordinance No. 531 of the Ordinances of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, is hereby amended to read as follows: (a) It Is hereby marie the rluty of all persons, firms or corporations before the installation of gas pip- Ing for houses or gas service line to secure from the office of the City Engineer a permit to do such work and.the fee for such permit to be paid to the City Engineer shall be $1.00. (b) It is hereby made the duty of all persons, firms, or corporations, before connection of pas piping for houses, or gas service line to a gas supply to secure from the office of the City Engineer a certificate of approval certifying thai, th house piping or service line conforms to the specifications and construction standards as hereinafter fixed. Any gas appliance installed at the time shall .likewise be inspected and must also conform to Ihe specifications herein fixed and be Included In the certificate of approval. SECTION 2. Section 13 of Ordinance No. 531 Is hereby repealed. SECTION 3. This Ordinance be- MF YOU'LL JUST STOP TO THINK ON NOVEMBER YOU'LL THINK TO STOP, VOTE; See You ot the. Polls? PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! Adi placed before 9 a.m. will appear «sm« day All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS g necessary for the Immediate •eservatlon of the peace, health. nd safety of Ihe Inhabitants of th» ".y of Blytheville. • Arkansas, an icrgency Is hereby declared to ex- and this Ordinance shall be la force and effect from and aft!s passage and approval. ; ed: Ocl, 14, 1952 pproved. Dan Bloclgett, Mayor ttest: w. I. Malin, Clerk ity n t ill i(s BLYTHEVILLE MOM, OCT. FAIKGItOUXDS AUS. SHKJXE CLUB T£U ISO CIRCUS ARTISTS $' •ROM All PARTS OF IH£ WORLD O Am EC of WAURPBOOf •*• " *" lv *• J TENTS—All NEW 250 WILD ANIMALS NCLUOINR A GIRAFff S HIPPOPOTAMUS 5 —ELEPHANTS —15 6QO-PEOPLE —60O .£1,700,000 INVESTED $7,400 DAILY EXPENSES VERY MORNiNO AT U A. M.—HOGIST, ICHEST 5TE££T fARADE EVEH SEEN WICEDAILY2&BP.H." 00 " 0 '" S Ik 7 p. M. ADULTS *1 . CHILDREN SOa All 1KKS7S PIUS TAX RF.SKKVE ANM) ADMISSION TICKETS ON SALE CIRCUS OAY AI KIHIIV BROS. niU(n STORE MAIN AND liKOADlVAY Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission 14c & 39e SATURDAY GOLD" 4 EDWARD „ * R !f?K B A Realad Pictui» Fuzzyd u . il Ji Knight SERIAL: The Zombies Also Cartoon SUN - MON Double Feature

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