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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE VOW* (ARK.) COURIER TKUWWAY, AtWWT T, W8t Pat Mullins, Society Editor ewA Photfo 4-161 Shower Honors Jerry Jo Lewis, Bride-Elect 11 Miss Jerry Jo Lewis, who will be |' Six Guests Meet With Bridge Club Six quests met with members of Hifth Two Bridge Club yr-UTfl:ty in home of Mrs, Dick V,'Msrm tn Bits of News jj IV lostlit /- c'rjf/nal merited last night with a miscellaneous shower given at thc home of Mrs. W. R. Stanford with Mrs. Bradley Colemitn, her co-hostess. The fifteen guests enRascd in j party games In the evening with j prizes going to Mis. Charles Me-1 Daniel, the honoree, and Miss Patsy Weaver. A white and pink color scheme was carried out, In the decoration. A touch of blue was seen in the centerpiece of carnations and asters. which were also used throughout the entertaining rooms. Miss Lewis was dressed ! and white chambray dress with a very full skirt. She was given a corsage of white carnations and a gift of linen by the hostesses. lord nnd Mrs. Elliort Johnson. in playing bridge, ami v;inners were Mrs. Osborne, hi'rh; Mrs. Hughes, second high; and Mr.s. Forrest. Moore, bridge. The hostess presented (ho hrm- orce with a gift. rougnout , , . . __ Memphis, lexas n a blue ' ' . Visitors Honored Ann Stewart of MernphK the Mrs. Chester n. Lewis, the mother! guest, r,t Mr. nnd Mr of the bride-elect, was a special j C.ildwel). and Mrs. Mary Lyons, I Jean McGill and Arlcnfi Smith of! All About the Birds and the Beetles Midshipman Lwis. LOHK ot the United States Naval Academy. Annapolis, Md.. and Tort Arthur, Tex., were. Mrs. Richard Osborne, Mrs. j s lri e liouscguost. of Miss Maureen Paul Lloyd, Mrs. Joe Hu'jhcs Mrs. j jforrls nnd her parents, Mr. and Bill Hodge, Mrs. Mary ciny Or.iw- Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Little UarJan OKcefe of Memphis is spending th-s week wth her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. The Burns' have as their guests today. Mrs. David Barton and daughter, Kay. of Catron. Mo. Mrs. \V. D. McCarthy of Glin- to'.vn Miss.. Is the guest of her daughter, .Mrs. W. E. Wade, and family. Mrs. John McDowell has returned from Lebanon, Ind., where she was called several days ago because of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Jesse Cunningham of Mem- , phis. Mrs. Cunningham's condition is unchanged. Ruble Austin and Johnny Payne you down, If you can understand why she acts as she docs, you'll be better able to overlook things that otherwise might hurt you. You have a real problem, all right. But the best way to handle it. as you have already figured out, isn't to snipe back, but to keep your ov/n counsel t and cultivate a tranquil manner that will In time tell her that her ba'rbs aren't hitting home. Stuff cotton In Fido's ears he- fore his bath. If he's the outdoor type, lather the neck area first This helps prevent any possible fleas from hopping to the head when the water hits them. STRANGE FRUIT - Larva- shaped beads on pink velvet 'give-this odd hat, that looks like a- split melon, its personality. It's one of the numbers dreamed up by London Designer Edv.-ard Harvane for his fall collection.. BEETLE-BROWED — Nope, the gal doesn't have an arrny of black beetles marching on her dome. It's Just one of the new fall model hats designed by Ed- v.'ard Harvane, of London. The flaring, wild feather that tops it oil is supposed to "de-emphasize : the hair." It sure do., j , FEATHER-BRAINED— Head- hugging, brow-hiding red feathers, climaxing in a topknot held erect by a gold-studded clasp, Is on* of the hats highlighted in the new fall colleclion of ..London Designer Edward Har! "" vane. OSCEOLA NEWS liy Bcltye Nelle Slarr |Show Sniping Mother-in-law Members of Blythcville Country Club have buffet supncr. f~ [ R f" I ir-> Ic That Wonder"Topper Entertained All members of the CIB Club attended a meeting last night, when Mrs, W. H. O'Kcofe wns i hostess. In the brldgo Ramcs, ML--S Luelln 3^ Thompson won second hlch. Miss Vern Goodrich v:on brlrian. During the came, the hostrss served f> salatl course \vith iced drinks. large fan-shaped Hrrnnpnmrnt | fjon" W hV] of gladioli was used on the nwntle, | ljrer ' Df thc unit and zinnias were used in other loral decoration. By Sue Burnett won big)]. Mrs. Robert T. ]Uane. nave nisu VK.IUJU «**. ««« waiter u. Hi-aid, Jr.. and daughter j l*ancJ, Lt Wood, who is stationec Mrs. Jim Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. of Nev , rcirtt A rk. Mr. Heard will 1 in Panamru W. A. Jacteon. nnd Mr. n ndMrs -1 arrive this week end to take them Lt. W. E- Johnson, Jr., who hai Denny Wnson, all nf siytheville j h) R. C. Allen has completed train- " ins In the Marine Reserve Camp at Quantico, Va., nnd upon his graduation from Vanderbllt next spring, will be commissioned second lieutenant. Carl Paul has been admitted to thc Baptist. Memorial Hospital in Memphis. He is In room 653. Mrs- R. C. A Hen and her son. , C. Allen, were in Little Rock lor been stationed in Pasadena, Tex,, since April, will be transferred to \ California in September. His par- , . , a meeting of the Arkansas Unit of i Florist Telegraph Delivery Associa- ~ vas elected treas- Mrs. Walter SLcgal of Lexington, Tenn,. spent several days 25 tjuc-st of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. i ents have t;one to Texas to vi^it and W. H Mlnyard, and other rel-1 Lt. and Mrs. Johnson and their son ativos. i before he leaves, Mr. and Mrs. S, E. Tune nnrt chil- j • — drcn arc in Memphis today. \ - , , . . . , Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes are ' CX-ACtrGSS MtSCCtSl spending two weeks in San Fran- f n £ O /G of Cisco. Mrs. Monte Isaacs and daughter. Mrs. Allen Has Dessert-Bridge Mrs. R. C. Allen was hoslr.«;s yesterday to members of Club Kicht Tnr a de.vert brlrlce. riirsts for fhr nftrrnnon'p znmr Included Mrs. E. M. TZrgonold, and Mrs. J. F. Montjmdon, Mrs. G. O. PotMz took ton honors [ for the afternoon of bridge, and: Mrs. Graham Siirihury v.-ori second] place. Bridgo went to Mrs. H, Part-low. Mr. nnri Mrs, La?,Tence Fouraker and daughter. Sentcr Elizabeth, and Mr. Fournkcr's sister. Llnria Fouraker, of Penn State, Pa. f are the guest's of Mrs. Foiiraker's aunts. Mrs, Murray Smart and family, Hie way she manages to t h r o «• monkey wrenches into my plans, to overlook whatever Mrs. Mark Richards, and children I of Bristol, Tenn., B. G. West., and Mrs. Mahan Boll will leave tomorrow (or Kentucky Lake, Mr Richards will arrive this week end to join them. son. Bill, are in Myrtle Beach, S. C. Stay Within The Law! Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times Every law-abiding citizen shudders at the prospect of, bemj arrL'stcrt for speeding. But, you'll never be sure unless you KNOW you're speedometer ts accurate. We tflve 1 day service on speedometer repair for all makes of cars and trucks. T.!. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Healer m E. Main Phone 2122 LAST TIMES TONITB Pal Niles 2 For Price of 1 Mrs Llovd Stickmon and family, t and her'grandmother, Mrs. R. 1.1 ada where they spent three wc-eKs. Hnley. j ^ r - RI1( i Mrs. Clarence HeiKirick- W. A. Gilliim of BLythevllle, who son and their four children, of | have and cmpha- J size my failures Ruth Milletl to take me down a notch whenever I am ptesisec aho'.it anything I hn^'e done. "Tf she. would hrint: her dir.like into the open, our relationship coul( I at least be honest, LONG BEACH. Calif. op f _ j-jjrr^ j -But if she did, my husband Wilbur F. Downs, who recently cd- . misht side \vith me, so she Is too ebrated his 25th year as a Louc* ; clever for that. She just snipes at| Beach municipal court jurist, say? me. And since I wouldn't enjoy j a lot of strange cases have appear- [ sniping back. I am really frustrated. ! £d before his bench. I What can you do about a sitim- Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. A. AfllkV. ,-mrt ^ instance, says Ihc Judge, l,l«re'; tlon like that?" vas a former Broadway actress i See as little of her as you grace- Mirned alcoholic. After appearing ' fully can. Say nothing to her that on drunk charges a dozen times' she can use against you. Learn to vacation in Michigan and Can- 1 K ^ e uns t ref ^ e d at. a sanatorium and keep your business lo yourself. Af- rclca.sed as cured. ! fer ali. if she doesn't know what Open (i :3U p.m. Show Starts ill Dusk. 2 Sliows Every Nile. Also Cartoon THURS.-FRI. Mr, and Mrs. John Gaud ill and children have Just returned from Almost, A year later, said the jur- • you are planning until the plan ist .she appeared a^ain bedrasdcd i i> accomplished, she can't very well and bleary-eyed. It seems she had ! throw any monkey wrenches. suffered a strode Saturday, ts now Chester, Pa., Mrs. James Cockren • two children of St. Louis have! hccn screen-tested for a skill-row Au3 for your own Uappincss, try Memphis in a nursing home undergoing treatment. for 1 Neal Gcscll left yesterday Enid. Okla., on business. Mr. ailirMrs. Lewis Salmons announce "the" birth of their fourth child, a riaitchter at Blythevllle Hos- pltfti. July 20. She has been named I Brcnda Ellen. Their other children returned to their home after being j drunk part in a movie bul. the di- ' to realize that she must be a very the guests ot Mrs. Hemlrickson's! rector decided she v. p as completely j unhappy person if she finds pleasure and Mrs. Cockren's parents. Mr and j miscast. and satisfaction in trying to tear Mrs. George Muir. Also Cartoon & Comedy FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Fenlure CASH l.RUE TUf °^*-s '"^JRBHTIER ™'fHAHTW —PLUS— usmm wins ofeneuo.. INMU MMMH1Q SIR! A B«Qlorl Picl^r* oied hf Flu" CLASSICS. I Serial: The Tigermnn Also Cart(M)o W l \ f~l UiLllUit 1LILLI1, J.11CJI ULliCl tiiiiMi 111 : atermelOn Olinper are Lilian Louise, five. PhillU Ann.j P"nlr1 nf T3,,r™- T-Tr,,^ Q three, and Patricia Lee, two. Mrs i Held at Butrg Home in At the Hospitals The most practical Ite rnin vou wardrobe-the short topcoat that WatCTmclon Snppur Cl-ib. o.nrc Mrs. goes with everything you own (rom E A - Rlrc :ulrt Mr? Kltl!h «!'«(• sport clothes to evening v/ear. Trim Thc "•cnliiE VIMS spent iutormal- this one with braid or velvet. . i l> '' Pattern No. 8675 is o sew-rite per-1 lorated pattern in sizes 10. 12. H, j 16, 18, 20. Size 12. 4'.4 yaids ot 19- inch. For this pattern, send 3(1< COINS, your name, address. dMired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Cornier News. 373 Quincy St.. Chicago 6. Ill Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Vail and Winter. This new issue is filled with ideas tor smart, practical sesvin^ for a nc\v season; gift, pattern printed inf-ide the book. 25c. Salmons is the former Miss Billie Mrs. B, A Bil^? Has hoMes" and : Lee Bniley, Mrs. M. A. Muitlltnn was co-hos-] Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Slroud tess for a watermelon party p.iven [ announce the birth of their first on the patio at the Burr? home. i child yesterday al. Walls Hospital. Guests, amons members of the ! The daughter has been named Glendi Jean. Mrs. Stroud is the former Miss Pc-csy Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lesher ft. yesterday (or their home in orpiia Christ!, Tex. They have been visiting a month with her par- nts. Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. Buck. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Whitvvorth and fon. Bryan, of Stillwater, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Joyner and son, Rl>lhevllle fln-.pil.il | Mrs. K'hfl Ca.-tmsn. Cootcr. D'.ciii Irel.inrt. City. Mr? C A Martin, city. Phillip F:irnirr, City. Willis Uo?,pit;il isn\;-?f rl: Tvli.-. Hooker Po''s, St^i'Ie. Carl Smith. Ciiv. Rol), of Union City. Tenn.. have bfen the Bursts of Mr. and Mi's Frank Whitworth, Mr. anrl Mrs. U. S. Branson have Back-To-School Quality materials—fine workmansliip— satisfaction guaranteed. IS STILL THE C.indidate for Attorney C'^r.cral who hai quali- f :j himself ard has been a 'mitted to practice bc- fr:e tVie Supiome Court o( the United States. Is Still the Candidate Who Fought for Your Check and Lower Phono Bills. (Hava you received your refr.nd c':eck ^fet? It M in thc mai!s). 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