The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 8, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 8, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLTTnEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRTDAY, AUGUST 8, 195* Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Rainbow Girls To Entertain State Officers Osccola and Blythovillc Assemblies, Order of Rainbow for girls, will entertain tonight at the Ma- sionlc Hail for their state officers. Those officers whn will nttcnd are Marlon Sacrey of nusscllvllle, grand worthy tidvLsor; Willow Jo BuHard of Marinnu, grand worthy associate advisor; Sarnh Frances Joiner of Helena, prnnd hope; Mrs. Addle Joiner of Helena, sub-deputy. Dinner \vill he served nl 6:3D p.m. and a stated meeting will begin nl 8 p.m., with Miss Sncrry presiding. A "bunking" party will be held tonight at the hall, after the meeting. Sorority Honors Sister at Party Mrs. Joe Davis vras complimented yesterday with an informal goinjj- awny party nt the home of Mrs. K. S. Moore, Riven by the A'phn Dolta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Davis, who is moving to Little Rock on AtiRiiit 18, \\»s given o gift by the chapter. Yellow predominated in the garden flornl arrangements throughout the home. During the Afternoon, parly foods were served to the 20 quests and the time \vtis .spent informally. Rook Club Meets In Mayo Home Mrs. W. B. Mayo ivns hostess yesterday to members of thc Thursday Rook Club at her home, when they spent the afternoon on inn porch. Winners Included Mrs. Mayo, first, Mrs. Eugene Brown, Kpcondj end Mrs. Neville Bln'tcmore. rooko. A dessert course wiis served during thc afternoon from tables centered with tiny pot^d plants. Revival To Begin On August 18 An old fashioned revival will begin at the CLenr Lake Bnptisl Church on August 18 nnd will last lor 10 dnys. It wns niYnounced today by thc Rev. J. E. Cox. pastor. Evangelist will be the Rev. Dick Melton and Bob McAllister of Memphis will be In charge ol the music. It Fits So Perfectly jhady Grove Club Honors Bride 78 Highlight of a meeting of the Shady Grove Home Demonstration Club Wednesday was a -sho\ver given for Mrs! Alexander stout, who is a new bride, at the age of 78, After the meeting was culled to order by the president, Mrs. M. !.. liollinE-er. MIC! reports wrre given by other officers, Mrs. Stout read the scripture. In a business session, the next meeting day was decided upon as the dnte for their annual picnic which will be held August 20 at the picnic grounds. folloaliic the opening o! the gifts by the bride, refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Pete Files. Bridge Club Ploys In Manila Home Members nf Kibitzer Club had Bits of News their weekly bridge game yesterday In Manila nl the home of Mrs. Alex Curtis. Guests Included Mrs, Charles ROFO. Mrs. Wilbur Wlldy, and Mrs. Richard Rote. Winners in were Mrs. Miss Beatrice Hargctt was one of 14 initiates to become a member of Kappa Delta PI. national education honor society. Installations held at Arkansas State college. To become a member, a student must have B or better In scholarship. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes will return home today alter spending Uo weeks in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs Harry A. Haincs and daughter. Elizabeth, arrh'cd the bridge games : home yesterday from Hickory, N. c., Charles Afflick, first, I where they were the guests of Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Shuford. M;,ra Jo Joiner of Crawford.svilte. 'Half and Half Party Conducted A "half nnrl half" party was Riven last nl<:ht for members of the Intermediate Department of Training Union of the First. Baptist Church at the church dining room. Chaperons included Mrs. Joe Roach. Mrs. c. K. Johnson, Mrs. TmoKcnc Abbott. John Mayes. and Miss Hazel Urnmian. their leader. Decorations iverc curried out in only hail o! ttic room, the other side was left bare. RUcsts came In different colors on each side, nnd the half nnd half theme was car- i rlcd out In refreshments, and other i minute details. Games also carried out the theme. Mrs. Charles nose, second, and Mrs. Richard Rose, brld^o. Mrs. Curtis decorated alth zln- „., „.„ nlas anil they centered each table ! led 'yesterday for her ho'm'e after from which a dessert course was'spending several tlnys with Jan served. Mullins. She was motored home by her father, Kenneth Joiner. The nev. and Mm. Roy I. IJagley arc vacationing In poinU of southern Louisiana as guests of relatives. The nev. nnd Mrs. James Rain- f water arc visiting their parents in "Land nf our Fathers" was thc • Little neck and plan to spend sev- profiiam which was civcn by mem-} rail days at Mt. Petit Jean. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowe and sons. Jimmy ancl Jerry, and M. T. M r ;on, spent ye.sterday In Memphis and Program Given By Huffman YWA ber.s of thc Youn^ Women's Association of the Baptist Church nt Huffman, Those Inking parts on the pro- cnuti, wjjirh wns Inker) from the YWA Window, were Cora Man Mc- DanicI, Novella Baty, Dobhye Loll. Dorothy Lott. Mrs. Jewell Ray. the hostess, dismissed thc Rlrls with prayer and served a dessert course, Mature Woman Should. Choose Appropriate Fashions For Age •in—r' nn-r-rf niram[nf-vr',«i.-nr .. •.. .„—^——_ . _ ^* Couple Wins In Bridge Game Mr. and Mrs. George Wlggi won top h.mors Inst night nt n game plnyctl by members a! Dlytlieville's DupUcntc Rrldgc Lenfiue. • In thc fiiicrlnl winner's Rnrne. other winners Included. Mrs. o. c. Councllle and Mrs. Mntt Monnghnn, second, nnd Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins nnd Mrs. Altn Cammcron of Stoelo third. Other out of town B'lestj! for thc gnnic were from Joncshoro and Memphis, La Nueve Plays At Rustic inn Rustic Inn wns thc scone ycster- dny for nn afternoon of bridge and dessert, ijlvcn by Mrs. Colcmnn Stevens for members of La Nllevc Club. Mrs. Hunter Sims. Jr., a former member, wns reinstated yesterday after having lived out of town for several years. Mrs. Russell Haynes Pnrr wns the only guest. After n dessert had been served, the bridge games were eon- ducted and winners Included Mrs. Clarence Webb. Mrs, Sims, and Mrs. Farr. -UXORA NEWS By MRS. O. O. DRIVER Mr. nnri Mrs. John Ford entertained members of club Saturday night their with bridge an al fresco supper nl their home. In the games fallowing, Mrs. I. M. Cnsllio and Rus.scll Howcn were prize winners, Mr. nnd Mr.s. G. C. Driver. Jr.. tmd children, nnd Mrs. J, T. Moore of Atlanta, On., spent the weekend Sn the Mkisourl O?-irks Region. Mrs. G. P. Crawford nnd daughter, MnxLnc, of Blytheville are hou.scgiicsU of her parents. Mr. ancl Mrs. Snm Iiou-cn. Mr. nnd Mrs, J. E. Tcuford nnd son, Hugh, iuc on a vncntion trip to Milwaukee and Sturgeon Buy, wise, nnd Chicago. George McLendon, son of Mr, and j Mrs. G, A. McLcndon, a University of Missouri Nam! Reserve student, hns just returned from n summer cruise to En r open n points. Misses Betty Mliriln nnd Betty Mlnton of Vanndrvlc spent the weekend here nt Miss Miff HIT'S home. The Re/. H, L. Hohison acted ns installing olllcer ns recently elected officers of the local American j Legion post nssumed their duties nt a resjulnr or^nntznlionnl meeting held at the Hut here Wednesday night. Sam C. Ingriun wns installed coliihianclcr, succeeding Genvld Marriage Licenses The following couple yest-crrlny obtained a marrjftgc license hi the office of the County Court Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth IJlythn Pftrkrr: Ernest Mortal) and Miss Elvii Keeping, both of Bismarck, Mo. P. i), Serving with Mr. Ingram are Hurirty - Bnrron. vice -comma n- der; Jesse Lower-In, adjutant; Dowen Thompson, finance officer; John A. Willlnins, scrgcant-nt-nrnis; the Rev, Mr. Robison, chaplain; nnd G. C. Driver, historlnn. Millhi^ton. Mr. I/)we'*; mother, Mrs. O, A. Lowe of MUlington accompanied them home for a week's visit Mr nnd Mrs. Byron Morse hnve as their gucMs, their son. Dr. B Morse, and family. They are en route from Washington. D. C,, to San Antonio, where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. James Oxford had as I heir Wednesday niyht guests, Miss Betty Borders nnd her parents from Terre Haute, Inri,, nnd Roland Oxford, who is stationed at Millington. Mrs. W. R, Craig of Kazelhurst, Miss,. \s the guest ol her brother, arid sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs, Loy Welch. Mr, nnd Mrs, Hnrdy Aston, and son, Hardy. Jr., arc vacationing in Tennessee 1 and Mississippi for two weeks, with friends and relatives. Mrs. Clyde L, Flynn and daughter, Anna Jane of Springfield. Hi., and another daughter, Mrs. Charlie King, and Mr. KliSy oC Canton, 111. and Mr. King's mother, Mrs. BirOTe Klnn. of Cnrson, Tenn.. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ralph. Mr. nnd Mrs, Calvin Ralph and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvey Ralph left for their hoce in Chicago, 111. after a two week's vncntion with their parents here, Mr. Flarvey Ralph's dniigihtcr, of Memphis will accompany them home for two week R. Mrs. Dorothy Smith of Trumnnn is '.he guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mnrnty Hudson nnd family. Her sister. Miss HeviLlc Hudson, will accompany her home this afternoon, Mlllnrd L. Glass, fireman, u. S. Navy, has returned to San Diego for reassignment after spending 20 dnys with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Glass. He has Just returned from overseas duty, whore he spent 17 months in Guam. Mr. nnd Mrs. Montell a racy and children, Pat and Allnn, are spending this week in Cullman. Ain., with Mr. Grary's sister, Mrs. M. D. Moore, Mr. Moore and family. Appropriate fashions for Ihc mature woman may not always be easy i ID find, hut don't settle for anything less. If vou are a busy housewife ivith a limited income—one (rood suit", one dinner dress, 3 couple of washable cottons and jea..s should he your entire wardrobe, Start out on your Slimmer shopping expedition with a firm determination that you will not buy the same kind of clothes you nave been u.?ai»'K for years. Suits with jaunty little jackets in delightful plaids (k-ft) are nol for you. Choose instead a n ! n-DOint faille with 3 sleekly filled jacket, a skirt with a graceful, flailerine flare and interesting corset liook closing (left center). And don't lei the saleslady convince you that a frothy dinner dress would b« a "dream" on you {righl cenler). For formal or informal evenings, you'll feel more comfortable, and look much :.:~vter, in a street- length dinner dress with a molded bodice and full skirt, l-'or cover* up moments, pick a dress lhat features a short jacket (right). Scouins are surinklcd on the skirl for after-dark glitter and glow. Modern Wife Is a Good Sport In Transplanting Home Roots Mamie Eisenhower, who has been following her husband around the world for 37 years, is reported to have recently^ remarked that she would like to "unpack mv furniture some place and stay forever," That remark will probably be wall u n d e r stood by thousands a n d thousands of American women. So many women have felt thc same en have learned to be good sports about'putting their dreams of permanence aside to follow their men wherever they have to go. They've lenrned that if a woman has the ability to make a home in one place, she can make it in another. So, in a way, they have achieved the ability to carry their homes about with them in a pile of packing boxes, But It isn't really natural to them. . . , ., , during And so wlnle the >' &° uncomplam- the past decade 1 hlBly with tneir hl]sbfin(is . lind ^l And yet like U P home - s in strange places, they Mamie EL^enbow- stiu carr >" deep down inside them tne feminine desire to stay put. I-ikc Mamie Eisenhower, they ..-) er, they've been -'good sports about fluth Ml licit packing up and look forward to the day when they going along with their husbands | can unpack their furniture some from army post to army post, or to | place and stay forever. A InrRc jewelled pin fastened dead center on the crown of snmll velveteen or felt hat Is smart fashion note. whatever industrial city offered the best opportunity to their men. That's something in the modern woman's favor that often gets overlooked. Women, as n rule, hate fo he uprooted. They like permanent homes. nd with reason, for most of the hardships of moving around from ilace to plnce actually falcon the woman, But, also, like s. Ike, they are 8781 U!i - 24'A ' By Sue Buinet; Here's good news for the shorter figure—an aKra:tive daytime dress especially^ned in half sizes, with just uvo main pattern pieces. You can scw it easily a:-.d quickly, PaUeni No. 8781 is a scw-rite perforated pattorn in sizta H' : . 16'j, 18•=. 2Q'. ; . 22' s . 24':. Size 16'^, 4 yards of 39-inch. For this pttttcni. send 30c in COINS, your name, aiidress. .size desired, and thc PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burneu, Courier News. 315 CJuincy Si., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Fall and Winter. This new issue is tilled with ideas for smart, practical fcwin? Tor a new season; gifl pattern primed inc-ide thc book. 25c. Bock-To-School qualily materials- fine workmanship— satisfaction g^arantn .auTY SHO€ "SHOP M W. M flj N ST. I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told mo that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! *.Jttes/,, Rood sports about realising t h n t they are living in an age w li e n "settling down" often has to be postponed year after year. French Originals Coming to U.S. By DOKOTIIY ROE Associated Press Fashion Kdilnr French originals are com ing to the U.S.A. in ever-increasing numbers days, priced within average budgets, so that American women can enjoy that special sense of distinction that usually accompanies a French label in most good American stores you can buy French gloves, sweaters, laces, scarfs and jewelry today— unusual extras that add a fmlsning touch to the costume. Among widely distributed French originals designed especially for tht American market are some fine fabric gloves, made of long-.staple Egyptian cotton and cut and sewed by French glove craftsmen. Designed y Madeleine, they are outstanding or fit ami workmanship. Some have hand-crocheted backs T cuffs, some have adjustable cuCTs, o be worn up or down with differ- nt sleeve length*. They come In nuted pastels as well as the staple olors. Coming Events Friday Osccola and Blytheville assembly of Rainbow Girls has 6:30 p.m. dinner at Masonic Hall in BlythevilJe, honoring grand worthy advisor, Miss Marian Sacrey of Russellville. Saturday Members of Blytheville Country Club have bullet supper. Open (i;30 p.m. Show Starts ;it Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nite. At the Hospitals .- , Rlythetjlle Hospital Dism'ssejL But a whole gftierntion of uonW Mrs Irond LVvson and bab'> AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel Sty Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. Stone, city Mrs. n. B. Crawford, Dell Mrs. Carl Blackard. Cltv Mrs. Minnie Grissom. Hermondale Mrs CayolSTi Vaughn) CUy LAST TIMES TOIMITE •?f.ftfii.4-rfftK£'WH4*t»l:-l*l*t£ •BEAN /MY 60V! Vfif*f't*4ii&t*vtt* u -i44i*1& Also Cartoon & Comedy SAT. ONLY 2 HITS! Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. \ All classified advertising payable in advance. LYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. \V. I). "Dub" Riley Mr. vS: Mrs. Odell liiirnes Mr. & Mrs. Chester Lewis Sir. & Mrs. Rilcy Jones SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE SUNNY STREET DOUBLE-STARTHRILtSf Serial: King of the Congo & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY ' WILLIAM CH1NG FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature LASH URUE /- TUf "^V^ FUZZY S.JOHN IIfC ^\ ',FROHTIER PH/MTOM —PLUS— Serial: Thc Tigerman Also Cartoon ALLEN REDWOOD A REHJIUC I —PLUS— Serial: "The Oregon Trail" & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY First Showing in Blytheville Also Shnrfs: A|JOH ]k'n lioogie Sccnlimental Romeo liiihy Sittera Jitters SUX.-MON. Double Feature; —PLUS— "Loose Xul" & "Sails of Acaptilco" RITZ GUESTS Mrs. Gage Clark • Mr. & Mrs. Newton Whit is • M,v. & Mrs. Speck Brock Mr. & Mrs. Vii'Ril Shaneyfelt MAI1M* C«0l RAYS BRUCE G.^ DiCXEQRiW Also Metro News Stay Within The Law! Every law-abiding citizen shudders at the prospect of hetn; arrested for speeding. But. yov'" never be sure unless you KNOW " \Ve ?ive I rtay *mtre on spted- nmctrr rrpair for all m.ikM of cars nnd trucks, T.!. SEAT MOTOR CO. rhmlrr-rivmouth Dralrr 121 K .Main Phnnr mz

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