The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, DEC. t, Fat MuUiru, Society Cdttor f> hon« 4461 Rose Emma Burton To Wed Tommy Hale Mr.-and Mrs. Avery B, Burton of Stt'cle lire 1 'announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Rosa Emma Burton, to Walter Tliomas Hale, son oi Howard Hale ot Blytheville. The bride-elect Is a-graduate, of Stcele High School and Is now employed as secretary at, Red Top Gin Company. A graduate of Blytheville High School, Mr; Hale attended the University of Mississippi until recalled to active duty with the Army. He is now employed by Swift imd Company in Mou^t Vernon, HI. plans are being made for a mid, January wedding. Bits of News -ocal Couple's Engagement s Announced Lottie Moon Program Given A' special LotUe Moon season of Prayer program was conducted last night at Calvary Baptist Church, for members of Numbers Three and Pour Business Women's Circles. The opening prayer was given by Mr». Ellen Moore, and was followed by the : singing of "Silent Night." Mn. Georgia Hodge was in charge of the program, ."LovEsi Thou Me, Feed My Sheep,"'which she Introduced. Mrs/Raymond Belknap gave a devotional and prayer. "Those Who Served For . Love's Rake," was given by Miss Bonnie Vebb and others and their parts In- bluded Miss ; Moore, "The Missionaries I Know;' 1 Miss Janle Ross, "Mewis and Method of Revealing Love;" Miss Luci/idi ,Cole, "Evidence of Overflowing Love;" Mrs. Mary May, "Redemptive Love Yearns for Other Sheep;" Miss Jeari Norman, "What the Offering Will Do;" and Mrs. Hodge, who gave. "My Methods of Meditation." Mrs. p. S. Birmingham gave the closing prayer. ' ' ENGAGED — Miss Rose Emma Burton, d a u g h ter of Mr, and Mrs. A very B. Burton of Sttele, is engaged to Walter Thomas Hale, son of Howard Hale of Blytheville. The couple is planning a mid-January wedding. La Petite Club Has Bridge Party Hostess to members of the La Petite Club yesterday for their regular weekly party was Mrs. Rupert Crafton, when she invited Mrs G. O. Poetz as a guest player with the club. In the afternoon, bridge games were ;"cofiductcd, with first place going to Mrs. Poets and Becond to Mrs Crafton.- Brldgo went to Mrs Phil Robinson. , • * }' During the afternoon refreshments were served. )So Slim And Youthful Business Meeting Held by Sorority Miss Betty Black was hostess and Mrs. F. E. Black was co-hostess nt their.home last night at a meet- Ing of members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Blake Polly conducted the business session. Plans for the Negro Children's Christmas party at the Hut were made, and it was announced that ie sorority party will be held at otcl Noble in the Mirror Boom Dec. .Gifts will be brought for veterans t Kennedy General Instead of the adilional exchange of-gifts among embers. Keith Bllbrey, a member of the oastma'stcrs Club spoke on tuber- ilosls and Mrs. Robert Upscomb »ke on the hair style's throughout ie ages and countries. The Newcomers Club will hold-a egular meeting nt the Hotel Noble [Irror Room Monday nt 6 p.m. Cake.and coffee were served by he hostesses following the meet- By Sue Burnett Mere Is an attractive frock for general wear with lines that arc sc «lim and young-looking. Tiny col lar, full-cut three quarter cuffed fileeves and twin pockets are pleas Ing details. , Pattern No. 8756 Is a sew-rlte per forated pattern In sizes 10. 12, 14 16, 18, 20; 40.: Size 12, <y, j. ar( j, o S5 or 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size de sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 37; Quincy St., Chicago 6, Illinois, Ready for you now—Basic FASH ION for '52, Fall and Winter. Thl new issue is filled with Ideas fo smart .practical sewing for a new Mason; gift pattern printed insid the book, 25c. Beware Coughs Following Flu After Ihe flu fs over ant! gone, Ihecough that follows may develop into chronic bronchitis if neglected. Crcomulsion relieves promptly because it goes into . the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aic nature to soothe and heal raw, lender inflamed bronchial membranes. No matter Kow many medicines you have tried, Cteomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money Crepmolsion has stood Ihe test many millions of users. CREOMULSION ' ' , Chut Wit, Acutt Inxhilii Coming Events Wednesday Mrs. R. C. Allen is hostess to members of Club Eight. Wednesday Club members play In he home of Mrs. C. A. CuhnlMT- lam. Thursday Junior.High Parent-Teachers As- iociatlon hris Fathers Night at,7:30 p.m. at the Auditorium. Combined elementary study course T Lahge, Sudbury,' Central, and Yarbro PTA begins at 7:30 p.m. Miss Vcra Goodrich Is hostess to members of the GEO Club. Mrs. ~Alcx Curd* Is hostess to members of the Kibitzer. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs, Jerry Scrapes entertains members of TLE club. uesday Club V\eets in Home Mrs,'..'Murray Smart, cnicrtnlnert t her home on Walnut Street yca- crdny for members of the Tuesday ridge.'Olub.' anri gucsb with -n uncheon. The hostess centered tier lunch- on, table with An arrangement ol llterent shades of pink chrysnn- hemum!,. which were used in the ntertainlng rooms. Mrs. P. E, Black was a guest ith the club members. In the afternoon, bridge games •ere conducted with first placc'go- ng ,to Mrs. W. O. Hlgginson and econri , to Mrs, Black. Country Ciub _eague Plays Members of the Country Club Du- iltcate Bridge League met lasi light with five tables for n Howcl Movement. Winning the evening's gnme wcrt Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs Georgia Bailey, first; Mrs. c. c Cotmclllc and Mrs. Joe Ferguson ,econd; and O. S. Crowcll and Mrs '•rank Grlgsby, third. It was announced that ' nex week's game'wlll be a mastcrpoin night. Mr. tnd Mri. 8*m SlkM of Mum- boldt, Tenn,, are spending their vacation here as guests of her mother, Mrs. J. r. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ervlng Alexander »nd Jim Allen Haynes left Monday for San Antonio, Tex., to be the guests of Sgt. and Mrs.- John Haynes. Mrs. H*ynes, who U the former Misi Mary Alexander, wis admitted to the Lsckland Air Tore* Base Hospital when the Alexindert were called. Miss Carrie Sue Haynea of Southern Baptist College, Walnut Ridge, haa returned' to school »fter spending several' days with her family, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haynes. Mr. »nd Mrs. Paul Wllhelm and son, Richard, have returned to St Louis, Mo., after spending several days with his sisters, Mrs. Jake Huffman and Miss Luna Wllhelm. Two University of Arkanas students from . Blytheville who will appear 1 in a performance of Handel's "The Messiah" Dec. U, are Miss Dixie Kililan-of the university a cappella choir and Miss Ra mona' Crafton of the university mixed chorus. The two groups wil combine and will be accompanied by the University Symphony. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gordey am family of Paducah, Ky,, were the week end guests of his sister, Mrs Almcdia Powell. Mr. and Mrs. C. -T. Shamlin were In Memphis yesterday to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. F. R Mattea. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Doran ant Mrs. Paul Lawrence is hostess to members of the.'Semi-Canasta Club. Thiirsciay Contract Club meets n (he home of Mrs. W. H. Wylie. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham is hostess K> members o{ the Mid-week Club. Mrs. Lynn Hughes is host&s to members of the La Nueve Club. Thursday club plays' '-'at the Country Club following luncheon. Mrs. .Cleo Wren Is hostess to members of the Thursday Rook Olub. . , ' Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore are | host , for the semi-formal dinner dance and Christmas ' party • for members of the Dell Supper Club.. •! ; FrirtiT .;. .'.".": Chapter "N" of PEO .Sisterhood has 2 p.m.- meeting with Mrs. E. J. Cure. , "^Tff^" .'- ••' Members of. ihe Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist'phurch have politick dinner at 7:30'p.m. at Fellowship Hall, followed by social meeting. ' . All members of Stitch and Chatter Chtb meet at the home of Mrs. Harold Eubnnks at 7:30, p.m. to complete plans for their Christmas Dance, daughter, Kathy. and Mrs. Floyd Carpenter and son, Jerry of Rockford, ill., formerly of- Blytheville arrived here to spend several days with their parents, Mr. arid Mrs John L.'Sullivan,"Mr. »nd Mrs. Sam MurdoJf' and Mrs. Goldie Doran Mrs. Doran underwent, surgery the Baptist Hospital in Memphis a week ago. , Mr. and Mrs. Max Reid will leave ate this afternoon for Chicago where Mrs. Reid will spend about a week visiting her daughter, Mrs Robert N. Rector and family, while Mr. Reid wlU' leave by plane, fo Baltimore, New York and Philadelphia on business. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stone announce the birth of twin sons Thursday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. One of the babies died five hours after birth. .Mrs. Stone the Jormer'Mrs. Dorothy Began, 1 now reported "doing fine" and ma: have visitors. Junior GA Meets '; In Smith Home / Members of the junior Girl 1 Auxiliary of'Dell Baptist, Chore met »lithe .home.of Mrs. Clinton Smith lor their Ix)Ule Moon Christ as program Monday afternoon. The group sang a song to clos e program. : After the short bu'sl :ss session, sentence pjayers cloe I the meeting. Bonnle"'Sigman an olleen Key are'new mdmbers. N. N. Bridge Club Plays in Vest Home Members of the N. N. Bridge Ciub met at the home of Mrs. James Vest last night for a weekly dessert bridge, when all members attended. A dessert course was! served preceding the games, which were won by Miss Suzle Taylor, first place; Miss Betty Harbcr. second! and Miss Shirley Barksdale, bridge. / WEDNESDAY -THURSDAYrFRlDAY Paramount News & Short: "Oily Hare" RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims Jr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lay anr! family Jtl , City Blj-theville Hospital ismissed: Mrs. H. I.. Price. and baby Mrs. Billy Nelson, City Charley Washington. City '• Wills Hospital ilsmissed: • ;. , Mrs. Algle Merely, Steels Mrs. J. L. Dlckson, Memphis Mrs. Elizabeth Ellis and bab ily Mrs. Lynn Nichols and bab Uele Mrs. James England and bab ity . Mrs. Mattle Adams, City Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission 14c & 39c WED -THURS Ooubl* Feature THJ mnuKui ,,,*,* —Plus— My Son "" John Board Meeting Held at Church . At * meeting "'of ' th« executive bo«rd of the First. Presbyterian Church, which was held Monday, Mrs. O. M. Gray presided in the •bsenee of Mrs. Jes« M. White. Mrs. G. W. Dlllahuhty gave a devotional from Luke, telling the Christmas story. During the business, the lloat for the Christmas parade was discussed, and decided that the junior choir of the church would sing on it. Mrs. Walter Day gave a' report about tre Joy gift. Group prayer dismissed (he meeting. MI9J BUlle Jo Rrimhall Mr. and Mrs. Hershell A. Brim- lall are today making known the ngagement and approaching mar- lage-oJ their daughter, Miss Billie 'o Brlmhail, to Ezell Wilson, son if Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Wilson. Both are graduates of Blytheville High School. The bride-elect is erh- iloyed by Arkansas-Missouri Gin- ners Association. Mr. Wilson en- ages In farming at Clear Lake. The marriage will be performed )ec. 13 at 5 p.m. by the Rev. T. J. Uchardson, pastor of the Yarbro Baptist Chuch, at his "home In Half Moon. Mrs. R. H. Fare s Club Hostess Mrs.-Russell H. Fair entertained at her home yesterday with 'ridge party for members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club. Guests for the afternoon included Mrs. Coleman Stevens and Mrs. R. E. Green. In carrying out a motif of the Christmas season, the hostess usec ;now men on a mirror, Santa Claus allies and favors, and a study in foliage, berries and flowers on her dining room table. Winners of the day's bridge games .ncluded Mrs. Garrard Caudlll and Mrs. Worth Holder, first and second place, espectlvely. A dessert course was served bj the hostess.. during the afternoon. warden Club Has Luncheon Meeting Members of the East Side Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Iver- sqn Morris yesterday for" the regular monthly meeting-and covered dish luncheon with six members ant three gucsU attending. Mrs. J. W. Wooiums gave the op cning prayer which was followed b> the business session. In the flowe arrangement contest, Mrs. Morris won first place and Mrs. W.L. Smith won second. Teens Toe Line For Better Walk By NEA Beauty Editor When you Uena-ged girls walk to chool how do you carry your books? f you carry them In your arms lugged to your chest, your shoulders become chronically dragged down and rounded. 1 Those heavy books should be In a bag and carried at your side like a suit-case or . held : under' your irm like a brief-case. But don't al\a>s carry them on the same side if the body as this may cause one houlder to drop below the other. Whether you are carrying books or nothing'at all, your body should je lined up straight. Feel tall, pul our body up tall,, think of your lead as reaching into the clouds Then walk straight ahead 'withoir zigzagging, toes pointing in straight line, your neck in line with your spine, : and your legs moving from your hip joints, not your knee joints. . Your knees should feel relaxed although they may feel rigid a first when you practice 1 welkin; from the hips instead of the knees Arms should not swing consciously but hang loosely at the sides clos :o the body, swinging not more than a few inches back and forth. Feet should strike the grouri lightly, heels first. They will no clump if your entire muscular struc lure .rather than your legs alone, I carrying you forward. Your strid should measure ho longer than you foot's length if you are ; short o medium. It can be longer if you ar tall. Don't lead .with'your head shoulders but with your thighs and for perfect body alignment, pull 1 your coccyx under you. A good exercise for getting your shoulders down where they belong and back on line with your earlobes is simply to shrug. Lift your shoulders high enough to touch your ears and then pull them back down. If you do this often enough, the shoulder muscles will become relaxed and it will be easy to keep them in proper'position. Methodist Guild Meets at Church' Members of .the Wesleyah Servlc Guild of the First' Melhodis Church met Monday at the churcl for a program under the directio: of Miss Mary Hubler. "Let Every Heart Prepare Room was the program given, with th Barbara Saliba Weds in California No* m«kin« their horn* In Hunt- ngton Park, . Ctlif.; »r« Dr. »nd Mrs. Paul Kourl. who were marled Nov. 1 »t Saint Nicholas Or- hodox Church ' of Ix» Angele», Calif., by the Rev, Father James O. Mur». The bride Is the former Miss Barbara Gean Saliba, daughter of Vfrs. Jack Saliba and the late Mr. Saliba. Dr. JCourl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kourl of Granite, Oklo. Mrs. George Elkourl of tos Angeles attended the bride as matron of honor and Mr. Kourl served fts its sola's best man. Given.In marriage by George El- tourl, the bride wore an Oleg Cas- Inl original of white heirloom lace ri waltz length. A small white hat of Scalle original with rhinestones iluddlng the veil and a bouquet of vh!t« carnations around a white orchid completed her costume. • Following the ceremony, the cou-: pie boarded the S. S. Lurllne to flawail for a two-week, wedding trip. There was an" informal re- teptton at the boat that night, before leaving for Honolulu, Pearl Harbor and other points of Hawaii. Upon their return, a formal reception was held at J;he Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills. Calif., which ya.s attended by the bride's brother. Jack Saliba. Jr., and his brids, the former Miss Betty Nell Tomllnson of Blythevllle. For Mie occasion, several hundred orchids were flown from Hawaii to decorate the entertaining rooms, The bride was graduated from Family Reunion Held BRAGG CITY. Mo. — Mr. a n d Mrs. S. I/. McNair were host at their home for a family reunion ,held over the Thanksgiving .week end. Those attending were Hr. and Mrs. E. D. Mahan ' and son, Louis, of Blytheville, Mr. and -Mrs. Calvin McNair and daughter. .Sharon of Dyess, the Rev. and Mrs. John McNair and sons, Winston and Royce, of CdHco Rock.- Mr and, Mrs Burl McNair and daughter,'Judy, of Hayti, Mrs. Kathryn'Campbell and son. Royce, Walter Garrison of Blytheville, »nd Miss Qlenda Steward of.Mountain Home. Mrs. Paul Kourl Biythevilte High School where she participated in extra curricular ac- - tlvillcs, »nd attended Gulf Park College,. Qulfporfc, Miss. . , Dr. Koiiri was graduated from Granite Htoh School and University of-Oklalioma,' : Norman, wheve he became a member of the Phi Beta Pi Medical Paternity. He interned a year at Wesley Hospital in Oklahoma City and served in the Unit- ed.States Army Medical Corps during; He now practices in Lymvood. Calif. 100 TABLtlS 49* Millions Choosf II- FIRST FOR COLD'S , SORE THROAT / ITS ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST, ' TABLEI* StJosepn ASPIRIN WORLD:S LARGEST SELLER AT lot Mount Rairiier once was an active volcano, but has long been extj net, , - ,- i , devotional, "Good Tidings of Great Joy," by; Mrs. Roy I. Bagley. He- ports were given and-refreshments were served by Mrs. Dulclc Stewart. 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