The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 7, 1952
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FRIT)AY, NOVEMBER 7, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Mulliiu, Society Editor Recent Bride Is Complimented at Kitchen Shower Mrs. James Allen Walker, recent bride, was complimented last night with a kitchen shower given at Ihe lome of Mrs. H, t,, Dedman by Mrs John Walden. GUIs were presented to the honoree, the former Miss Lucrela jfc.nch, in a basket, and can-led out Kb pink and while motif. The din- Ing room (able v.ns centered with a two-tiered cake topped with miniature -bride and groom flanked >y white candles tied with pink ribbon. In the party games played. Miss Jo Alice McGuire and Mrs. Dedmau won prizes. The honorce was presented with a ping corsage tied with miniature pink plastic knife, fork, and spoon. Member Meets with Club Mrs. Leonard Oldham met V'ith the members of La Nneve Club yesterday as a new member, when they played at the home of Mrs. Clar- ?uce Webb. Guests Included Mrs. Robert. Lowe af Jonesboro, and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. In the afternoon's bridge, Mrs. Lowe took first place, with second ;oing to Mrs. N. G. Jerome, and brlcigo to Mrs. R. E. Green. A dessert course was served at Hie conclusion of the day's activities. . pper Club Meets At Legion Hut Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Koehler and llr. and Mrs. Gene Boggs were the losts and hostesses for members ol he Dell Supper Club last night, when 45 couples , gatherer) si the American Legion Hut. A turkey'dinner was served In the ball room, which was decorated with a harvest theme using com, yellow tapers, and mixed fruits. ,. The evening was spent in dancing Mr. and Mrs. Clem Whistle were lew members Introduced last night. Wonderfully Versatile '8903 11-41 By Sue Burnett Here It a daytime dresi that takes POU everyplace with charm and con- jnce. And <o new »nd smart \ slim skirt, pocket accented »-ith novelty butons and pleated In fcack. Pattern No. 8903 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 12 14 1« 18. 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 5 yards of 38- nch. For thi« pattern, s«nd 30c in COINS, your name, address, slxe de- ired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, Chi- THROAT ,MMOftttR!TA '~m^m&mKbm"' WONKRfU. FAST KlIEF of mmor.throM tmtJtion tjKXticed with cotdj, imoVing, »nd other common irrictnti >r *« fitK i'ga ef • mSnor rtirou rfiKOmfe Mniinonit.nnr NEO-AQUA-DRTN Thf. ngfi. BeOUie NEO-AQUA-DRIN contiim I felkWl mioot KriiitTon tod f fort lima. imm.Ji.,,l" UA.D«IX il fuuin.^d , 0 «,„„; li nirr a nut of ihe piia-felitviai lo iccnhctic or 8Ctm.,r.!ubitir,« ingrtdrenu ,, r other ],ti,r., uoducn. You jm f ,,-,| ,3, °L'V\"'"".r i. G " 'JtO-AOUA-DXlS i lodir!. Mo:e: If .hro.i irrit.iion „ n ncxoi, •« Tour Jorat. WOODS DRUG •MAKRIIED — Mrs. J n c k J. Saliba, Jr., was before her Sunday marriage in Pigg o I t, A r k., Miss B et t ye Nell Tomlinson, .claughttr of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Tomlinson. Mr. Saliba is the son of Mrs. Saliba, Sr., and the late Mr. Saliba. Bits of News Bettye Nell Tomlinson Becomes Bride Of Jack J. Saliba, Jr., at Piggott In a double-ring ceremony performed at Piggott,. Ark.. Sunday, Miss Betty Nell Tomlinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Tomlinson, became the bride of Jack J. Sallba, Jr., son of Mrs. Jack J. Saliba, Sr., and the late Mr. Saliba. The Rev. W. D. Polk, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiated at the exchange of vows at the parsonage. AtUmo"ing the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Staples of Jonesboro. Mrs. Staples wore a dress of black with matching accessories, nnd a small black hat. Mrs. Saliba wore for her marriage a dress of navy and white pure silk with matching blue accessories. Her off-thc-face hat was also of navy. Featuring a high stand up collar, the bodice was fitted, and joined to a pencil slim skirt. ' . Now making their home at 1124 Chickasawba, the couple plans to go to San Diego, Calif., where the groom Is an aviation machinists mate In the Navy. Following their wedding trip to Memphis, the couple was honored with n dinner-dance at Hotel Peabody Wednesday night. Hostess tor the occasion was the groom's mother, Mrs. Saliba. "The table at which about 13 guests were seated was centered . with a mixed bouquet of yellow roses and bronze chrysanthemums. For the occasion, the honoree wore a black silk fafleta dinner dress with matching black gloves, and was given a corsage of red carnations. Mrs.. Saliba, Jr.. Is a gradual* of Blytheville High School, where she was vice president of the Red Pepper Club, head cheer leader," arid was in the choir, senior play, and other extra curricular activities. A graduate of Kemper Military Academy In Columbia. Mo., the groom attended' Arkansas State College In Jonesboro before enter- Ing the Navy two years ago. He has recently returned from his second trip to Japan and Korea. Country Club Is Scene of Luncheon Members of the Mid-Week Club played at the Country club, yesterday, following a luncheon. , All members attended the luncheon which was served from a long table centered with a low bouquet ot white chrysanthemums. Winners of the aiternoon's bridge were Mrs. Louis Cherry, high score, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, second high score. Party Is Given At Country Club Monya - Blankenship was complimented yesterday with a birthday party by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. ,C. Blankenship, when they entertained at Blytheville Country Club. Six UblM of (uasU played bun- cago 8, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Pall and Winter. This new Issut it filled with Ideu for Btnrt, practical Mwlng tor a new senaon; e'ft pattern printed Inside the book, 25c. il, CMinnt Ln8V . ^ VMIMCU $9951 »«« ftff HOMt DEMONSTRATION ATLAS STORES, INC. ilS West Capitol l.ilik Hock . K»f.B. **!„„_ l»C.\t ie 5*r,cJ Sptcific Dlraciio^i Garden Club . Holds Meeting Mrs. E. K. Blomeyer presented a program on "Winter Corsages" at the meeting of members of the Garden Club of the Woman's Club Wednesday afternoon." Mrs. Charles Brogdon. Mrs. W. I. Denton, and Mrs. Todd Harrison were hostesses for the day's activities. , Mrs. J. V. Gates wa» In charge of business session, f The club meets the first Wednesday ol each month. co with prize* going to Rhonda Eaton, first place, Pat Speck, low score, and Jean Bradley, bunco. Fall flowers were used to decorate the tables, where the gusts were served refreshment*. Mr«. Oscar Fendler, Mrs. n. A. Porter, Mrs, James c. Guard and Mrs. S. B. Tune have gone to Memphis today for the week end. While there, they will attend the National Board Meeting of Junior Auxiliary. James Cecil Lowe,'II. a medical student at Washington University School of Medicine, will arrive home this afternoon to be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, who will celebrate their silver anniversary on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Buck and son, of Houston, Tex., are visiting Mrs. J. E. CrooJc and Barney Crook and family. , Miss Mona Joy Gatnes of Blytheville, president of the Sus'nu B. Society at Young Hni-rls College, was one of the masters of ceremony nt « banquet given for her society and the Young Harris Society. The Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Cooley and children, DavfJ and Carol of Fayetteville, arrived home last night to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon, and Mr. nnd Mrs. P. E. Cooley, and to attend the silver anniversary celebration of Mr. nnd Mrs, J Cecil Lowe. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship today drove V7. A. Blankenship to Memphis, where he will undergo treatment. Mrs. John W. Durham returned yesterday from two weeks In Campbell's Clinic, and has been taken to the home of her daughter. Mrs. J. D. Davis, She 1s reported to be improving. Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan, Mrs. Rojcoe Craflon and Miss Betty Harber !efl today for Fayetteville. where they will spend the week end at University of Arkansas and attend the Rice game. . League Ends Six-Week's Series A four-table Kowell movement was played last night at Hotel Noble by members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, ending a slx-weks' series. Winners of last night's games were Bernard Goocli and Harry Levensteln of Osceola, first place, and in secoiid place were Oscar Hardaway and Frank Nelson. Harry w. Hnlnes won the six- weeks' series and was presented the traveling, trophy. Taking second place was Mrs. Harry W. Halnes, with third going to Harry Leveii- stein and fourth to Jim Roleson. At Saturday's game, played also at the hotel, the six-weeks' series ends. It you choose a bold pattern for slip covers, your draperies can be the same pattern, or you can pick up one of the colors In a etrine or plain material. Luncheon Given ' In Green Room A two-course luncheon was held yesterday in the Green Room of Blylhevllle Country Club when members of the Thursday Club gathered'lo spend the afternoon i playing bridge. Mixed flowers In fall colors formed Ihe low centerpiece on the long luncheon table. Mrs. B. K Kirslmer took loji honors In the afternoon's bridge games, with second going to Mrs. E, B. Gee. Contract Club Ploys in Home Mrs. Henry Humphreys was hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Club yesterday at her home, when Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was a guest of the club. Mrs. O, W. McCutchen won the day's first high score, with Mrs. Rodney Banlsler winning second prize. Before the games, a luncheon wns served In the dining room from a long table which held a bouquet of fall foliage a'nd flowers. Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Shirley Snyder, Jr., City Sebastian Mains. City Donald Lamb, citv .Mrs. H. G. Wright^ city E. D. Ferguson, City Mrs. Mnry Lou Edwards, Cooler Walls Hospital Dismissed: Patsy BaEar, Hot Springs Mrs. Prank Eastmon, City Mrs. Fred Walker, city Mrs. Jess Bnteman, City Linda Phillips, Dell Mrs. Seymorc, City 'Story Hour' Contest Reaches Half Mark With the attendance contest for grade school children at the halfway mark. Mrs. Freeman Robinson, chairman of "Story Hour." announced that Central h leading for the first . three grades, and Sudbury Is ahead for the fourth through sixth grades. Conducted at the Blytheville Public Library by Junior Auxiliary members each Saturday, "Story Hour" stimulates interest in good books and wider use of the library by grade school children. The attendance contest will be concluded Christmas when books will be awarded to the winning schools. Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. Dale S. Brlggs, assisted by Mrs. Ira Gray, librarian, will he In charge of Saturday's program. "Millie's Mountain Lion" by Aileen Fisher, and "The Romance of the Raisin" by CORRECTION Kroger Flour 25 Ib. $ 171 PJoin Kroger It's th« biggest automotive new* In y*»r»! The 1953 PLYMOUTH car will »rrlv« at your Plymouth dealer's Thursday, November 20th Working Wife Shouldn't Out Shine Husband It happened In New York. After II years as a seamstress In » blouse factory t cerlaln married woman was promoted to forelady and put I" charge of 40 olher women. Her pay wai raised from *50 i week to »59. Succes» »lory? Well, not qull«. After three months of living with n forelady. her h u i b a n d stormed Into the factory and told Ruth Millet! the wner. "H you don't lake my wife off as.forelady I'll blow your brains out." To the police who carted him off to Jail the husband explained: "The Job of forelady U aolng to my wife's head." End of Ihe slory? Th« husband had a gun-toting charge against him and his wife has her old Job back nt her old salary. It needn't have happened that way, of course. Mama should have used a lltle tact when she got promoted to "forelndy." She should have played down her promotion, instead ol playing It up. She should have realized that It'i never safe for a woman to outshine her hiffiband—or even to give him Hie Idea thnt she thinks she does. She should have brought & few of her problems home for her husband to solve. "Honey, I wish you'd tel! me what you think I ought to do about Buch-and-sucli" • Would have put across the idea that even though she had been made "forelady" she still depended on her hud- band's superior wisdom. When a hlsband gets n promotion he can count on his wife'r being genuinely proud of him. But when * woman takes • itcp up the success lander she has to be real diplomat. It's all right for a woman to be an executive in an of- Ilce or a forelady In a factory but no man wanta h!« wife acting like an executive or a forelady >round the hous«. No matter what the focal point of your living room may b« — piano, fireplace, or desk — be sure your lamps are arranged to light It io good advantage. . Ruth Stober and • program of record* nre planned for th« younger group from 9 to 10 o'clock. , Quality and Economy... StJoseph «• ^M HkBMK. • •. • ^ ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SILLIUT IOC UO.iJ Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. A't Ail Tlme«, Admission Me & 39c FRIDAY & SATURDAY SERIAL: The Zombies. Also Cartoon SUN -MON Double Feature Coming Events Friday Mr». Harvey Don-Is is hostess to the Stitch and Cifattcr Club at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mn. Homer Odom, Mr. and Mre. Gene Lanhain are hosts and hostesses to the Variety Club at 8:30 p.m. at the Jaycees Club. Sunday Mississippi County Singing Convention nieelt at 2 p.m. at Ros» BaptUt Church, east o( Luxora ror a monthly singing. Special singers are the Booher Melody Quartette from Jouesboro. Monday Wlnneri bridge game beelm at 1:30 p.m. at Ray's Log Cabin In Jonesboi'O. When you press heavy fabrics, ilse brown paper between the seam anil the fabric to prevent seam marks from showing through on the right side of Ihe garment. To prevent shine on > closely woven wool fabric, press Ihe material on the wrong side with your vapor-steam Iron, or with a pressing cloth on the rlghl side LOOK OUT For Acid Indijtsttt* TODAYl Gas, Htirtburn, M>W siocnich mar "rik* W«M lunch, after tueakfat, o« when you're trying (» sleep tonight! So b« pr^ pared! Carry Turn* ai, wayt. Quick ai i wiok, Tumi neutralize MC**C aciil, Y« concaut no tod* to over-akkalisc ex MUM acid fehnuaJ. No unking, ' no water netted. >w< eat 1 or 2 Tunis like cmd|—after w«ak at whenever lome fivorite food or OVM« " indulgence causes di siren. For lu^ speetl relief from aciil unm*ch—get a roll of America's favorite nftcr-mc*i To Voters of Ward 2 Thank you for your support and again allowing me Io serve you j,s your alderman.'-1. will continue lo'do my job us your representative In the Cily Council to the best of my ability. • <7' \(7 0 "' e / ' laberi LAST CHANCE TO SEi "The Quiet Man COLOR By TECHNICOLOR On* Of The Finest Pictures Ever Madel JOHN WAYNE * MAUREEN O'HARA' Don't Miss! Paramount News, Cartoon & Novelty Reel rr RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Huey and family Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dowdy and family Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Ulley and family Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature SERIAL: BJ ac k Hawks No. 13 & Cnrfoon SUNDAY & MONDAY 'iiom picrusE Paramount News, Cartoon & Novelty Reel Kit/, Gucsls to see HON/0 GOES TO COLLEGE Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson and family Mr. and Airs. Aaron Peterson Mr. and Airs. G. \V. Smith and family Mr. and Airs. Charles Rose

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