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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 16, 1952
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society M Hullins, Society Editor f Pat Mullins, Society Phone 4461 Driver Club Has Dessert-Bridge DRIVER — Mrs. James Elslander was hostess In her home at Driver to members of Ihc Delta Club for a dessert bridge. Guests playing with mcmli<?rs, were Mrs. Jolm Enochs find Mr.s. Jack Wilson of Osceola, Mrs. Eisner Beal of Wilson, and M r s. Lesste Sharp of Ij«s Ve^as. Nev. 50 Missco Girls Attend Country Counsel Held at Wilson Church Fitly Mississippi Ciiiinty Girls Miss Buchanan, who will he imr- attcmled a YOIUIK Women's Asso elation Country Counsel meclinu and annual house-patty last nl|;hl al ihe First Hantist Church in Wilson. Theme of Ihe meeting was "Yoking, Working, Abiding." and was uiuler Ihe direction of Miss Juno . Buchanan, of Hlylhcville, prosl- Winning prizes in tlip i; »'"<> A i clcnt oi the counsel, nnd Mrs. Clyde were Mrs.' Eisner Deal. Mrs. Robert Nelson and Mrs, Jack Wilson Walker Park Is Scene of Picnic Walker Park was tho scctic last night of a picnic supper, pi von by members of the Alpha, Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The group Rnihorct! nl 6:30 p.m. and guests included members and ; their families. They spent the evening informally. News in Two Piece Styles Wobb, o! New Liberty, tender of the 1 counsel. OpptiinjT devotional was givrn by Mixs Jean Norman, of Blylho villc, who chose as her subject, "Gospel According To You." "Do It With Thy Haiuls" w a s the subject chosen by the Inspirational speaker of the everimK, Ur. KtheJ Channin, former O.sceolari. A white liible srrvlce honored Four Guests Meet With Rook Club ried son. list Church of paled, v;ith Mrs. Hoy Head, llieir counselor, making Ihc presentation. After a social period d u r 1 h 15 which refreshments were served, Miss Joyce Gill of Dell. gave n report on her recent two-month's Aug. 29 to Benjamin John- Members of csviHe partlcl- SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1953 Bits of News | Coming Events Kafurda' Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Mr. nmt Mrs. R. A. Porter, Dr. and Mrs. w. T. Rainwater, Mr and Mr.s. E. M. negenold. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson nnd Mr. and Mrs. James Roy are hosts and hostesses. Monday, Aug. 18 Circle Six ot First 1're.sbytcrian Church has 8 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Doyle Turner hostess and Mi«s Lois Fields, co-hostess. Ihc^irst _ Bap. | - d - ny (orHo,-iork"va:;7or"a 'week's i vlrW ° mC "' S S ° ClCty ° f Chr ' 5 '"" 1 S "- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cook and daughter, Leslie Ann, of Dell have just returned from Qulncy, Wash., where they visileii Mr. Cook's Mr. worth and and Mr. and Mr.s. Mrs. Calvin llolliniis- daughter, Cathy, and Ed Bunch left lo- 1 vacation i '"' c °' thD First Methodist Church Miss Vera Goodrich. Miss Ku, J ™mber"/ Cirelc oVm tlTh* "' Simpson, and Miss liilhe Sue Burks ' U " L " lc " ome left today for Virginia Beach to 11-11. locmy lor Virginia Beach lo . rt .\ 3pm-C!rcli spend 10 days. They will be Joined | of ' Mrs. H. O. .„..,„„ „„ Jvu , by Miss Florence Moore of Trenton, I Kentucky at 3 p.m., with Mrs. Mar- M Ar n ' t /, Partlow at 300 F tour of Soulh Anitu'lcnn countries, where she was the guest of bap- tist missionaries. Miss Blllie Oatnes Mann, Osceola served n.s rhonMrr. and Mrs. Eel Williams o( Wilson was organist. Hostesses for Hie ot'c'asslon were members of the Women's Missionary Society of Wilson. A bunking parly was held after the program and the mormni; writ - h service was ^iven by Mrs. jciv.c Webb, lotlay before broak- ! fn-U. Nunn, Jr.. Co-hostess; Circle Three in the Ijornc of Mrs, W. L. Jayccc meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Charley: Hodges of S. C, Charles Moore nnd Ed:scl ber will leave today for H o t ] Hruner at 1C03 Holly at 3 p m with Springs, where they will attend a|.Mts. L. E. Old, co-hostess Circle Four in the home of Mrs. James ...... L. Guard at 121 W. Davis at 3 p.m. Memphis, and Mrs. F. S. Reeves wtlh Mr.s, S. E. Webb co-hostess' and son, John f,. Flccvcs of Lake ! Circle Five with Mrs. J. W. Adams Village, are here to spend several ' on Division and Hearn at 3 p.m. days with the E. B. Woocison lam-! ln " le home of Mrs, Clint Caldwell as co-hostess; Circle Six in the home of Mrs. Loy Welch at 1411 W. Walnut nt 3 p.m. with Mrs. Walk- 68 Hew Books Are Received By Blytheville Public Library Sixty-tight new hooks have been obtained recently by the Blytheville Public Library, it was announced today by Mrs. fra Gray, librarian. Of these, 41 were books donated In memory of deceased Blytheville residents. The memorial books Include: In memory of Moss Bryan— "nest Humor Annual" hy Untermeyer. donated by Mr. and Mrs, Robert I. Thompson. fn memory of Mrs. J. n. Swift— "The Way West" hy Outline, dn- naied by Miss Sunshine Swift"Lori-Tiki" by Heyerdahl, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Siallings. In memory of C. A. Tant — "The Southern Gardener" by Ballinr. Mr. and Mr.s. James Oatrs. In memory of Lori'.a Ethel Hornor— "The Macic Curtain" by I.rm- ger. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines; "Treasury of the World's Finest by and Mrs. Samuel P. Heen Morris; "Daily In memory of.J. S. Halsell — "Adlal E. Stevenson of Illinois" Busch, Mr. Morris and Life In Bible Time" by Bailey, the M. F. Day family; "Men, Women and Morals" by Duvall, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grlgsby; "Biscuit- Eater" by Street, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Penn, Sr., and Charles Penn. Jr.; "The Redeemer" by Cannon, Mrs. Lillian Franks; "Christ in Poetry" by Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard; "The Silver Chalice" by Costain, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow; "Winston Churchill" by Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rayder; "A Short Chronology of American History" by Lloyd Ward, Jr.; "Mission and Message of Jesus" by Major, Evans and Johnson; "Eternal Values in Religion" by Pratt, Mr. and Folksongs" hy Drulsh. and "Sing j Mrs. Wade Jefferics. for America" by Wheeler. Mr. and! • • Helicopters Sought By Royal Air Fore* SINGAPORE OT—The Royal Air Force In Malaya Is making inquiries in London about the possibility O f obtaining large helicopters capable oj carying up to 20 men each for use in the war ngalnst the Communist terrorists. The big hover-planei could be used by combat troops to descend into Jungle clearings to intercept fleeing terrorists instead of hacking their way slowly aa at present. Tt Is understood, however, that Western Union and other rearmament commitments will make it unlikely thai such troop-carrying helicopters will be made available to Malaya for some time. . . Mrs. George M. Lee: "M'-rrv Makes a Choice" by McCormick, Dr. an<l Miss Alice McHaney. former Blyihcvillc Iciichcr, who was injured In nn automobile accident er Bakcr a * co-hosiers; and Circle iv/0 weeks r.jjo in Kan as, is ill 8683 By Sue Burnett Here's a Trock trmt Is always in style, always the favorite in every well dressed wardrobe. Cnrcful tailoring gives this uvo plecer n fresh, new look. And it's so flattering In larger sizes. Pattern No. 8683 is a .sew-ritc perforated pattern In sizes 36, 38, 40. 42, 44. 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 38, short sleeve, 4Ti 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, 111. Heady for you now-—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new issue is filled with Ideas for smart, practical cewing for n new Reason; gift pattern printed Inside the book, 25c. In an election of fleers for next year, |Miss Lounell Over- Members of Ihe Thur.s'dny Rook | lno " ° r Blyihcvillc was elected Club played Friday In the h ome! president. Olher officers arc Misses of Mrs. Leon Schercr, with four i netlv Pendergrast of Osccola. vlcc- "ucsls nicotine,' with Ihc club. j president; Jean Nonnnn of nlythe- Guests included Mrs. l.onnlc I villc, secretary; Bcrylc Bevill of Boynston. Miss Lois Fields, Mrs. "cw Licbrty, chorister; Mary Lou T ' w. Goforth, and Miss Dcnna i Sawyers of Blytheville, publicity iizell. jchnlrinan; Patly Hughes of Huff- Summer flowers centered t h e I'»«". slesvnrd s )> i p chairman: tables from which ;\ desscrl course Margaret Phillips of Osceola, corn- was served the guests. inners in Uie games were Mrs, Eugene Brown, first, Mrs. Nc- viUe BUkcmore. second nncl Mrs. Boydslon, rooko. Club Meets In Mizell Home Mrs. James Mticcll \vns hostess nt her home In Oilctcnsaw Courts last hl for n meeting of the Sttt«U (\IK! Chatter Club. In contest nnci party {mines piny- crt, Mrs. B!r<ilc Dorris won two prizes. Watermelon was served on Itivm Inter hi the evening. the Birthday Party Given in Home Benny Joe Van Clcve celebrated his fourth birthday on Thursday nt the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr.s, Joe Van Cleve, \vhen 15 guests attended his party. ' A circus themn \v»s carried nut. with balloons and streamers providing the decorations. CoJor Ijoolcs and color pencil. 1 ! ivcrc given fls fflvoif, nnd in n contest. Sandra Kay Wilson won n prize. The hostess served cake and !cc cream with the nssi^tance of her mother, Mrs. Gus Eberdt. nuniiy m!sslonnry clmtrniEin; Pjiith While of Manila, mission study chairman. Osceola News riy BETTYE NF.I.l.K STAUR Lukes Hospital .in Wellington, Kan., where she will remain lor six more weeks, due lo a broken leg she received. Her condition Is reported to lie satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt and Mr.s. Bess Stanton, Mrs. Kathcrinei Green of Manila, and Mrs. Marion Nelson of Monette, will leave tomorrow for a thrc-c-week's Western vacation. They plan to visit the Grand Chapter of Eastern Star of Wyornmf,' nncl Montana, and points of interest in Colorado. Mrs, H. A. Nicholson, Miss Ann Nicholson, and Mrs. James El- siandcr of Driver, spent Tuesday Mrs. E. W. Noland, Miss Charlone Armstrong and Mrs. Helen Sanders and daughter, Kay. nre i .spending several days In Highland, Knn. with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Johnston will arrive home today from Wilmington, Calif., xvherc they were called j due io the serious Illness nijcl dealh Seven in Ihe home of Mrs. T. H, Caraway at 1020 Hearn p.t . p.m. Circle One and Two of Women's Missionary Union of the Trinity Baptist Church lor Royal Service program. Guests v ill be'Men's bro- tl'crhood and Business Women's Circle. Yonne Wonv-n's Association Mrs. D. C. Games" by Robert I.. Thompson; Flon-crs in Color" by Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Jr.; Wishing Sfarrs" by Kl^r a'iri Me!.ran; "Sports and Keith. Mr. and Mrs. "Favorite •T!- The other books obtained by the ! library include: "The Alexandrians" "Autobiography i>y Mills, . . of an American Enterprise" by UuPont. "Black Dream" by Little, "Bugles in the Afternoon" by Haycox. "Calendar of Crime" by Queen, "Cub Desmond; "Giuseppe Verdi" by- out Nr vstory" by sterling, "K]>1- Toye. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wil. tal>h lor a S W" uv Ambler. "Ex- i of his mother, Mis. J. D. Johnston. i She former resident of Emily Mnson leaves today for n 10-dny \ r acatlon in ChaLlanoo- ga nnd Maryvlllc, Tcnn. Mrs. Ollmer Richardson R n d Jollcsbo ™ . n!ld ^"'Ices will be at ^ ,, „ , ^ Dono n ' lnl «' church the ' i<; ' tomor-; " a ' f -°^ ot ners Meet row - } for First Time After First Baptist Church mecls with Miss Maxine Overman. Young Women's Associalion of Calvary Baptist Church meets at the church at 7 n.m. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has ma^tcrpolnt game. Wednesday Mrs. Sam Hayncs is members ot High Two. Miss Luc'.la Barnes entertains members of CIB. Club Elt-ht meets In Ihe home of Mrs. H. G. Psrtlow. Thursday Mrs. Harry A. Haines Is hostess to members of Kibitzer. A mastetpoint game will be play- iup- son: "Milton Cross' Complete, I Stories of the Great Operas." Mr, i anrt Mrs. F. G. Reichel; "The | Ci os.rin?" by Churchill and "The of j Talisman" by Scott, Kay Smith. cd at the meeting of Blytheville D licate Bridge League. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital DJsmlsfied: Mrs. Joe MrQce nncl hnby, Cits' Mrs. James Flrown, Jr., nnd baby. Cooter. .\rrs. BUI Rnrtor and baby. Cily Je.^s Goorinnnn. Rt. 2. Mrs. Sttmley Rcdcnburg. M.uillti Mrs, Wnltpr .lone^, Steele Mrs. W. T. Mctiwr. Jr.. nnrt baby. Rt 1 Mr.s, Vernon Winston of Memphis will Join Mrs. Spencer Driver ami Mrs. Guy Driver Sunday and the party will drive to St. Louis to attend two productions at the Municipal Opera, They will return Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Rnlph Woodruff have returned home after touring the New England states. Mr. and Mr.s. Bobby Watson and daughter have moved to Crawfords- vllle. Ark., where Mr. Watson hns accepted Ihe job as coach nt the Crawforrlsville High School. Mrs. Tinsley Driver spent several days this week visiting relatives and friends in points In Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGarrily, former Osceola residents, now liv- |;IR in Memphis anrt Mr. anci Mrs, Harvey Jelfcries nnd son, Tommle. also of Memphis, spent the week end with Mrs. McGarrity's sister. Mrs. Paul. Luster. The group, visited anotherrslstcr. Mrs. W. T. Hnr- nctt in-Brytheville during their visit, Paul Luster, who suffered a broken leg In April whlle-dcscendint; nn embankment on n fishing Irip, has returned lo Kennedy Hospital Memphis for further treatment. Mrs. J, R. Hovvcrton is reported Improving after a two week's illness. Mr.s, S, E. Murff. who has benn sick, is ablfj, to be up lor » feu hours each day. <v id 1 ' 1 » JV >•< He knows who has the cleanest, freshest wash in (own . . . who is salisfied ivilh halfway, nld-i'ashinncd methods. How do f you rate? Tlo y o u know out delivery man? \\'e think you should . . . for he can help you to a new way of living. Let him lake washrlay drudgery out of your house ... let us show you the results of professional laundry service . , . and you'll look forward to his visits every week! Blytheville Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 Mr. nnrt Mrs. Ralph Rose of • it t ft »,. Wichita. Knn.. former resident are, 0 ' 6 ' ana ' nrCC Wars week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. | Charley Lutes. Mre. Mollie Mnnuel | . OGDEN. Ulah IIP] — Two half- ol Johnson City. Tenn., an aunt of nrrivcd yesterday. Mrs. D. K. Bondurnnt or Lubliock, Tex. is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Phillip Applelmum. Mr. ai^d Mr.s, Durant Lutes of Detroit, Mich, .will arrive tonight to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes. Guy Bi'rks, Jr.. who hns been In Racine. Wls,, during training is spending the week end with his parents. II. B. Hodge, after spending the summer ivith his pnrents, has returned to Lubljock. Tex., to attend Toxns Tech this Jail. >Ie was imotor- ed there by his aunt Mrs. Helen Hodge nnd Billy WaUson. who will visit her daughter, Mrs. Billy Chcatman nnd family In Shreveport, Mr. Hodge will visit Lurry Daniels there enroute to Tex n.s, LSI Neal Sudbury, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Harold Sudbury, underwent JIIT appendectomy at Walls Hospital this morning. Before putting a glass utensil over the direct hcnt, be careful to have the out-side dry. Always sot a hot pan ou a dry surface and use dry pot holders, brothers. Devon Worslcy of clear- field, Utah, and Jay LaVcrl Wors- tey of Salt Lake City, met for the first thne recently. The two met when Jay noticed be was working with a fellow who bad the same last name as his. "Imagine how excited we were when we Kot to comparing notos and discovered we were half-brothers!" Jay said. "Neither of us had anv brothers or sisters." B'nte, three wars and moving lo another state were the events which teamed up to keep the two brothers separated. When the oldest boy Jay. was still a youngster, his parents separated and his father moved to Idaho. It was that Devon, the younger boy. was born from a second marriage. Jay served n four-year hitch In the airborne infantry during Wo«-k War II. DeVon returned from Ko rea anrt Japan recently after fou: years with the paratroopers. Thi father, John Harold Wort ley, i World War I disabled veteran, ha spent the last 15 years In thi Colorado velerans hospital. The Statue of Liberty was riedl rated 8by Grover Cleveland on Oct. "Early Candlelight" by Lovelace. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Ramcy; "Shadow over Wide Ruin" by Means, Mr. and Mr.s. George E. Sites and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Denning; "Hansel" by Weinstock. Mrs. S. M. Hood and sons a n d Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hood; "Men hostess tn\"' vl Wom ™ Who Make Music" by • Ewcn. Martha Nichols; "You;!!; Bess" by Irvin ami "Lonely Crusader" by Wooclbam-Smitri. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler; "Photography for Tecn-Agers" by Marhall and "The Girl's Book of erse" by Davis, Sue and Kip Joore; "Ararjee's Silver Spnon'' y Hall, Sue and Kay Jobe: "The >xford Book of American Verse" >y Matthclsscn, Mr. anci Mrs. n. i. Nelson: "Your Weight and .'our Liie" hy George, brs. Carl net Edna Nies. In memory of Sam Ray Haney — "Famous Naturalists" by .lilne, Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion : Villiams. In memory oi Corman Bean — 'American Birds in Color" bv larrison, Mr. anci Mrs. C. L. M- Valers; "Art for Children" by Berry. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hart. ploi-iition of Space" by Clarke. "Home to Tennessee" by Crabb, "Imvnrd Eye" by Bacon, "It's Fun (o Make a Hat" by GnracH, "The Kints Is E3nad" by Queen. "Lament for Pour VirRins" by Tucker, "Let's Go in the Brook" by Huntington, "Linda Kent" by Demin^'. "Little Shepherd" by Armour, "Matador" by Conrad. "Saracen Blade" by Yerby, "Sorority Girl" by Emevy. "Slrange Courage" hy Evans. "Timmy and the Tiger" by Paradls. "They Died Laughing" by Green, "Triple Jeopardy" by Stout, " Bowl Line Backers" by Jackson, "Vanish in nn Instant" by Millar. "Which I Never" by Strong, "Whirligig House" by Wright. NOTICE, Your he.sf investment, on today's market is a wcll- buili, well-located home. Johnny Mcsrr Realtor & Builder 112 So. 2nd Phone 4111 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION 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! £0 QUfeK Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. HEVILLE COURIER NEWS SATURDAY ONLY.' DOUBLE FEATURE Serial: The Black Hawk & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY 'V H** '.«itM»xftiKy*xtK ^. "WASHINGTON STORY" W, * A ! 'JYAN JOHNSON-PATRICIA HEAL i.-'- 1 "../ LOUIS CaiHHtN maSmm Paramount News, Csirluon oi Novelty Keel Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission ilc- & 30c At All Times SATURDAY Douhle Feature —PLUS— Riisil Rathhone Hugh Herbert Serial: The Tigerman Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Open (i:30 p.m. Show Starts at I)<. 2 Shows Every Nite. SAT. ONLY! 2 HITS I RITZ GUESTS ALT. Hie ATTORNEY'S AT I,A\V and their families are invited to. the Kit/. Sunday or Monday. ^ fltf! 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