The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 28, 1954
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PAGE TWO BT.YTHEVILLB (AHK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 28, 1954 - Society News - !-. A „., V1 n U/ivtr GnPlM V EH H OP * Phb Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Executive Board of First Baptist WMU Meets in Huffman Home Seventeen members of the executive board of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met at the home'of Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., yesterday afternoon. The Huffman home was decorated for the holiday season with Christmas greenery and a large lighted wee. Mrs. W. Marion Williams opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs C. E. Evans gave the devotional, "looking to the New year." In the business session conducted by Mrs. Kendall Berry, plans were made lor the coming'8 work. Mrs. C. L. McWattrs, Jr.. dismissed the croup with prayer. Co-hostesses for the meeting wore Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock and Mrs. Berry. Rev. Walden, Miss Penny Married Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Penny today announce the marriage ol their daughter. Miss Delores Penny, 10 the Rev. Benny Walden, Son o( Mr. and Mrs. Burtts Walden. The couple exchanged vows Thursday in Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. M. C. Whitton officiating at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Wadlen wore for her marriage a grey suit with black aius sories. Mrs. Penny and daughter, Olcn- da. accompanied the couple to Mississippi. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Inmon and baby city Mrs. P. H. Raspberry, Bt. 3, city Mrs. Ray Downing and baby, Rl 1. city Chirkasawb* Hospital Dismissed: Robert Llpscomb, city Walla Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Irene Moody, city Otis Seratt, city May Stella King. Dell Mrs. W. A. Jackson, city Thelma Lee. Hogue, Manila Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrt. Edgar P. Borum entertaining her granddaughter, Harriet Alexander, with birthday party at Country Club, 3 p.m. THURSDAY Esther Sunday School Class, ol First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. <5. O. Alexander, 7:30 p.m. Starch and sprinkle at the same time, to save trouble. Mix a cold- water atarch according to directions and dissolve completely In water. Sprinkle with it. Let rolled clothes sit for a couple of hours before Ironing. Mrs. Benny Walden Not Agreeing Is No Ground For Divorce Ituth Mlllctt Just Wrap And Tie By Sue Burnett Easy sewing for you, whether you're a beginner or expert ai the game. A clever daytime dress thnt wraps nnd ties in a jiffy. Pattern No. 8207 is in sizes 12. 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 4 yards of 39-inch; S B yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size " resired, nnd the PATTEN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blyiheville Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111, Send 25 cents today for your copy of out pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The fall and winter '54 issue Is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. "A mini marries his boyhood sweetheart; then ns Lime KOOS on, he develops real Intellectual or artistic interests. She remains uninterested In bc- c Dining anything more than a dull, limited person." Would you cull that grounds for divorce? A new booklet, "Saving Your Mtu'riiiKfi." by Rvclyn find Sylvnmift Duvall, clnlms that it is—so lonf? n* Micro are no children. In the authors' words and in THEIR opinion: "If there are no children, he rnny properly seek someone who can be, in a true senso, a mate." What dn they mcnn "in a trui: sense, a mate"? Do they mean a woinun can't be a real wife to .1 man If she nttuls Ii5-ci>nt whodunits while ho in purlng over a history of ancient Greece? Do they mean a husband and wife might its well call it quits if sh« prefers TV comuciliins to an evening of his classical ii'coids? Do they menu that n husband and wife an; hopelessly incom- l.iUihle if his idcii (>f u plrasjint yunday afternoon Is out: spent at an art gallery while hers Is to fll 1 ^ in » mnvic lUi'tilvr wuU'hiun Clurk. Gable make loVe to Marilyn Mon- rop '! It agreeing on such matters as thiv what mnkes a husband and wife mules, in, the true sense of (he word? Of course not. In plenty of good miUTia^es, husbands find wives have nothing but tolerant amusement for each other's interests. Their love for each other and their dcpenclrnce on each otlier is a worn fin's dependence on a man and a man's dependcnci- on a woman, not some intpunctual nu-rting of the minds. Sure. it'r. fine when a husband nnd wife share inU'llectual and firUstii- interests. But n happy miir- rinpe doesn't depend on it. And certnlnly the luck of it isn't grounds for divorce. Students Restore Home EXINGTON. Va, i.fl — Bruce McCorkle, a farmer here, thinks he i.s lucky (hat \Vn.shinylon and Lee University has a clnss in American art and arclmecture. A 1790 liomc, fairly well preserved bin showiiiK the murks of ius 6-1 years, stands on the McCorkle arm. The .students are restoring if. doins* all the work thi-msrlvt'.s under direction of Professor Marshall Fishwick. They found no evidence of decay or tenmtfs in the hand-wrought cedar beams or solid 18-inch brick walls. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bone and i daughter, Cathy Ellen, of Mem-j phis spent the Christmas holidays • here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Mimn. Manley Fninbertf, a .student at Vandcrblll University, spent the past week here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1 " Sidney Plait. He lelt yesterday to visit friends In Louis-! ville, Ky., and Memphis, t Buddy McEnchran of Memphis .spent Monday here visiting Nancy Penn. Mrs. Klva Poe underwent surgery at Baptist Memorial Hospital yesterday. nurlenc FcinhcrK Is confined to her home or. Indiana with flu. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy McCanters announce the birth of a daughter ;it Cliickiisawbit Hospital Sunday. The baby hafi been named Joanne. Mrs. McC'anters IK the former Wl- nona Brady. Mr.s, Elsie F. FiHk Is a patient In Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Webb. is with her. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grimes, Sr., had a.s their holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trotter of Alberta, Canada, Marvin Sites of Memphis and Henry Dogota of Columbia, South America. Mr. and Mr.s. Joe Davis of Bloomfleld, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Klyan Lame and family of Stec-le were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. !;l. L. Halsell, Jr., over the holiday weekend. Mr. and Mrs, C. M. Gray, Jr.. and sons, Charles and Paul, of Dolhan, Ala., arc the KiicsLs of Mr. and Mrs, C. M, Gray, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boutin have a.s thefr KUests Mrs, Locle Iloss of Memphis and M/Sgt. and Mr.s. Mack Morris of Shreveport, La. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Johnson find sons returned last nirclit from Bowling Green, Ky.. where they visited Mrs. Johnson's , mother, Mrs. Norman Mllnm. A family reunion was held at her home Christmas day with five generations present. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis and children are visiting relatives in Jackson, MJs.s. Joy Colcnmn Is spending several days in Paragould visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dallas Farley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marble and son ni'c visiting relatives in Jtvck- son, Miss. Mrs. M. O. Joiner had as her ucst.s Christmas Mr. and Mrs, Charles Jones and daughter, Mary, of PortaRevllIe, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sallls and Mrs. Jim Kennedy of BlylheviUe, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Joiner and children of Turrell, Mr. nri Mrs. J. K. Joiner and children of Crawfordsvllln, Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Lilly and sons of Huffman, Mr. nnd Mrs. J, H. White and rtauuhler of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs W. W. Bell of Promised Land, Mr. nnd Mr.s. Bark Mire and Mrs. Joan Lilly and son of RciUnr. Mr. and Mrs, Lucy Gordon and son, Marshall, and Mrs. Iverson Morris spont the holidays in Dyers- burtr. Tenn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Walker and in Troy, Tenn., visiting Mrs. Maggie Lasley. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson and daughter, Janice, have returned from a [rip to Arizona where they visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Dwight Jacoby, Mr. Jacoby and family In Morenci. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slack and children spent the holidays in Friars Point, Miss., visiting Mr. Slack's parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Slack. Miss Alice Sallba of Harvey, 111., j who spent thft 'holidays with her' parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sallba, returned lo Illinois this morning;. Mrs. Snllba, who has been confined to her home for the past 12 days is now able to be out, Miss Edith Rouse of Charleston, MD.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp. dipt, nnd Mrs. Rouse Harp, who have been living nt Fort Worth, j Tex., arrived Christmas eve to I spend the holiday with (heir families. They left this morning for L Panama City. Fla., to make their home. | William Bock, a cadet at San [ Antonio. Tex., who has been in | Sinlesville. N. C. visiting his par- i nils, arrived today to visit Miss I "Km i N'nrris and her parents, Mr ! and Mr.s, Samuel F. Norrls. Chapter NPEO Has Meeting In CaldwellHome Mr.s. J. H. Smart was welcomed as a new member ol Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood, Thursday when they met at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell. , A .short nuMness session was conducted with Mrs. Caldwell presiding. Following me meeting, refreshments were served from a table centered with a Christmas tree made ol bell.s and silver tinsel. Chrislrnas decorations were used throughout the entertaining rooms. New Liberty YWA Meets In \Vebb Home Young Women's Auxiliary of New Liberty Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Clyde Webb last night. Group .singing and repeating of the watchword opened the meeting. Nancy Dlxon was in charge of the program and those taking parts were Marie Bevlll. Rebecca Henson. Martha Mlcldletoii, Marilyn Lutes and Mrs. Webb. ' Miss Lutes dismissed the group with prayer and in the social hour refreshments of icf.-d drinks and popcorn were served. Gals rushed for Lime do their nylon lingerie in the machine — but separate irom towels, etc., in warm water. Jf you've an old, decrepit stocking stuff your nylon hose Into it, knot it at the top and put it in, too. PHOTOGENIC-Mara Corday hns been photographed some 50.000 times. Already named "Tht Most Photngraphed Model in the World," Mara took time out to pose foi thl? picture during filming of her latest movie In Hollywood. FIRST In popularity because of its pure orange rlnvor. accurate dosage. Virginia Dare, the first white child born in America, was born on Roaoke Island, Va., which now i.s part of North Carolina. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Thine I-Z015 TRUSSES IXPERTLY FITTED 1 Pric* KIRBY DRUG STORES HESTER'S O IEST GRADE 10 00 P«r TON L IPIx T«i •• z Tint or Morel S. Hiithwoy 61 Phone I'Oplar 3-3186 RnMiuM.s nre so called because they look like cheMUts. the Lntin word tor which is "cnstnnea." Why Famous Clinic Approves Thif PILE-REDUCING FORMULA: Thousand* of people now can report they have helped roduco even »d- vnnced canon of swollen, itching, blew I ing pile* nnd even put off SIITR- cry indefinitely, with, ointment formula Approved by staff of (amotw Thornton Minor Clinic. This mcd- irfll-sursirnl group's records on more than 75.000 actual clinic and hospital CAAOS had shown what ia really n(*«d- od for safe, effective non-MirRJcal trentmont. Thoso doctors know when operation is nrodnd — when it i« avoidable—what type of prescription is most effective 'for shrinkinR piles the non-surgical "wnv. So, get thu pintmont approvfid by thin nnorinl- ii*d professional group—ftsk for 'ITiornton Minor Clinic's pila traat- mnnt today a( nny dnig store—ointment or suppository form, $1.00. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & .'i.ic At All Times TUKS., WEI)., & TIIL'KS. Double Fun I lire Paint Closeout M*ny Typtt and Colon i Price Hubbard Hardware Gentlemen lieferBlondes HCHNICOlOg -AND— HCHIIIKI Plus Cnrtoon "l,aw & Audrey IitfKE'I'S — Hats are really hats this fall, deep and head- covering for the most part. Egyptian togue (left) by Sally Victor is red-and-black wool jersey, re-embioidered in blue wool year. .Deep cloche (upper center; has rippled brim of bright golden longnapped velour. This Alice May design is posed on a turbanned bandeau of matching gold wool jersey, has topaz-trimmed cord. Sally Victor's profile beret in natural leopard fur is designed with sculptured curves, worn with matching fur necklet. Deep cloche in white soleil (lower center) is by John Frederics, has jet buttons as trim. Egyptian helmet by Sally Victor (lower right) 13 smooth red felt, has a band of matching red plumage framing the face and extending forward at the sides. If you have a separate room for your baby or child, a good chair [or it would be one covered in clear plastic. While the semlshine of this plastic may not be for the living room, its wipe-off quality makes it perfect for hard and me.ssy wear. SACKED CITY More than 100 varieties of dates •uw near Medina, Saudi Arabia. This city is second only to Mecca as a sacred city of the Moslem world. Use "dry" soapsuds when wash- sfiff. Then, with a clean cloth, ing plastic shoes and handbags. I wipe soiled surfaces quickly. Rinse whip up a lot of soap with verylwitb a damp-dry cloth, then with little water until the suds stand up I a dry cloth. At The End of Your Rope? When Aches & Pains and winter Colds make you feel at the end of your rope . . . Try Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment OOUAR-WBR 1MN IT'S MAYTM FOTYMH 129.95 Adams Applianc* Co. Inc. 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