The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 24, 1953
Page 4
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r fAGE FOUR BLYTHfVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1958 gocietu New* Fat MulMns, Society Editor / Phona 4461 Delphian Society Has Luncheon Following Semi-Monthly Meeting Mr». J. O. Lowe, president, was leader yesterday of the program, "History of Man's Way of Life," given for members of the Delton- iah Chapter of Delphian Fine Arts society, when they met at the Hotel Noble. Hrst on the program, Mrs. Lowe tpoke to the group and Introduced her five speakers for tha morning's program. Mrs. Joe Adklns spoke on "Sources of Information," and Mrs. J. W. Rnyder spoke on "Hunting and. Gathering Bands," followed by Mrs. J. P. Garrott, whose subject was "Agriculture and Animal Husbandry." Mrs. Alvin Hardy, who was next on the program, spoke on "Cooper and The Bronze Age—Towns and Cities," and last was Mrs. Joe Ferguson, who subject was "Modern America and. World Culture." Following the program, a luncheon was held at the° Hotel.'Members of the society were seated at a long banquet table, which was centered with a mixed zinnias, marigolds and chrysanthemums, entwin- ed with Brcencry, which ran the length of Hie table. On each end of the table, and ot the end of the training greenery, a small replica of the centerpiece was used. Sunbeams Hold Meeting at Church Members of the Sunbeam Band of Armoret Baptist Church met ut the church last night with It members attending the monthly meeting. Two new members, Jimmy Smith and Emma Jean Davis, and one guest, Danny Ashmore, attended. [Surprise Layette Shower Is Given Mrs. A. T. Needcs'was complimented Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Charles Hester, when Mrs. Joe Mac Hester was co-hostess at a layette shower. Thirteen friends of Mrs. Necdes attended the surprise party, and in games entertaining them, prizes were awarded to Mrs. G. W. Hudson, Mrs. Jack Vowell and Mrs. Tiiehna Sherrod. Gifts were displayed later in the evening, and punch ami cake \vtive served by the hostesses. Pink and blue was carried out throughout the party. Claim Foot Balm Relieves Soreness Of .Shoppers Feet By NBA Beauty Editor Lives there the lady who hasn't j"';" j known the misery of burning, ach- ,' feet that can't walk another :p? When you come home from a day Miss Mary Sue Wright was milted Wednesday to Baptist morlttl Hospital In Memphis. She Is In Boom 520. Mrs. B. C. Allen, Mrs. Baker Wilson and George Mulr, Jr., have ', of walking on concrete sidewalks, returned from Little Rock, where | so unyielding to the feet, and stantl- they attended the Arkansas State; ln S at store counters waiting your Florists Association,at the Marlon | lurn ' tne " rst thing you want to do is dump your parcels, kick off your shoes, peel off your stockings and chop In the nearest chair. But don't | slop there! Do something to bring quick relief to your feet and therefore to your whole body. Make your barefoot way-to the bathroom, turn on botn hot and The Latest in Classics lub Eight Has " Charley Gray acted .as president MeetinQ in Home _n the absence of Ray Edmonson. •-> Brenda Dyer led the group in repeating the Lord's Prayer, and 1 M ". B. C. Allen entertained at Charley led the group In repeating \ ner hoine yesterday afternoon for their watchword. Following the mission story, , "Kim Su Gets Well," told the children by Mrs. N. C. Patterson, leader, handwork was conducted. Woman's Club Meeting Planned "What Has Been Done and Wha Can Be Done Ffr Youth in Blytheville," will be 'the topic of a pro gram given for members of thi Blytheville Woman's Club tomorrow when Worth D. Holder will be gucsl speaker. Reports from four girls that the club sent to Egyptian Music Camp and two girls the club sent to Girl's State will be heard during the afternoon. A 2:30 p. m. panel discussion wil begin the program. Members of the executive board will meet at 2 p. m Sue Burnett It's always In style — always so flattering and versatile. The charm- Ing shirtwaist dress shown here In a new version that features shaped collar and pocket detail. Three sleeve lengths are provided. Pattern No. 8018 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 5H yards of 39 inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 327 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Rustic Inn Is Scene of Party The Rustic Inn was the scene Tuesday evening for a bridge and canasta party given for members o( the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. when Mrs. Utho Barnes was hostess for the monthly affair. A corncopia brimming with fruit and brightly-colored autumn leaves provided table decorations. Dessert was- served the guests following a business session conducted by Mrs. Orlle Parker, president. In bridge games, Mrs. Foy Etchieson won first place, with first In canasta going to Mrs. Andrew Moses. Mrs. Harold Wood won urtdgo. Presbyterians Conduct Meeting- At a meeting of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church he! at the church Monday, Mrs. Jess White pi'eslded over the meeting in which Mrs. Bob Logan announc ed plans for a home mission study World Community Day for Nov 6 was announced. Mrs. Gllber Smythe presented the program "Does My Church Nuture Christian Growth." James Roy. assistant Sun day School superintendent, waj guest speaker for the afternoon using as his subject, "What On: Sunday School Offers." [members of Club Eight and Mrs. Crawford Noble, whom she invited to be a guest of her club. Mixed bouquets of seasonal flowers adorned tables about the entertaining rooms. During the afternoon's game, Mrs. H. O. Partlow won high score, with second going to Mrs. a. O. Poetz. Coffee and party foods were served. Coming Events Thursday Members of the Ruth Class of the Calvary Baptist Church have monthly social with Mrs. J. L. Rollison at 2016 Chickasawba at 7:30 p. m. Friday Woman's Club has 2:30 p. i program, preceded by 2 p. m. boa: meeting. Stitch and Chatter Club has mee ing at the home of Mrs. Ted Gree at 408 South Franklin utt 7:30 m. Saturday City Duplicate Bridge League ha meeting at Hotel Noble. Sunday Concert Is to be given at Hlg School auditorium, featuring th Marked Tree Qlrls Ensembla d ccled by O. L. (Pop) Hodge an the Blytheville High School Swin *nnd, directed by Robert Lipscomt The 3 p. m. benefit concert is spoi sored by Temple Israel Sisterhood Hotel. Mrs. Allen, who Is treasurer of the Arkansas Florists Telegraph Delivery Unit, presented her report to the convention. Mrs. Pearl Jenkins and Mrs. J. M. Blackwell of Memphis left yesterday to return to their homes after spending several days here with their sister, Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, and Mr. aud Mrs. u. s. Branson. Mrs. .J. M. Forbes of Star City, Ark., has arrived here to spend two weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. W. M. Burns, and Mr. Burns. While here, she will also spend part of her time with her grandson, Winfred Vlck, and family. Mrs. J. W. Adams had as her f««t abort your hMd for twhil*. •till Miothtt lyfWm lor brtng- ln» quick rell«r 1* to apply a foot balm which a cosmetic firm makei for untenslng foot muactei, reUev- Ing burning situation* and aoft«n- Ing the «kln of:(he f«t. Tht mak«« iu(gHt It for shoppers, dancers, salesgirl* or anyone long on their feet. They further recommend It as a cosmetic aid for th* kind of imooth, white feet one can b« proud of on a beach. A l the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Rebecca Boiing, City Debra Nunnelee, City. guests yesterday, Mrs. Bob I. 'Tay-iport, La., will arrive Saturday for a lor, Mrs. P. T. Moody, Mrs. Carney week's visit with , her sister, Mrs. Calcutt, Mrs. Bob Keith. Miss Sally I Colcinan Stevens, Mr. Stevens and Keith, and Mrs. Joe Reid, all of i family. Mrs. Stevens will be in Mem- Dyersburg, Term. Mrs. Adams en-1 phis to meet her plane, tertained her guests with lunch at' — n,a f*nnntrtl /"'Illh ^ ] """™~"^"""^~"™'™"~™ ^HK^^BH. Soothing relief lor her feet Is all this girl wants after clay .of shopping. She uses softening, cooling foot balm, cold water faucets in the tub, and give yourself a contrast foot bath' under the running water. If you Have just one tap, of the type that mixes the water, you'll have to keep changing from hot to cold to get the contrast. When the sore feeling is gone, dry your feet v.'ell, dust them with talcum powder and lie down with The Scriptures h»ve been printed in 1100 languages. JE«h M-foot section o! rill «Md la tht jUixUrd railroad track weight more than two tone. Food Hangover? «rffc»fH, AiM ft«m««hT) . ]\mj give top-tpeed r«- lief. No water, no mixing— take anywhere. Always carry Turns. TON* sa orb >°i i ru*u roi rrn rgwrr Originally oompeutors, the radl and phonograph were combined in to a single unt for the first tim about 1825. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Blytheville Showing DARING, TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE OF AMERICA'S HEROES ON HORSEBACK! WON RHONDA JAN flOEST HESTQN- FLEMING- STERLING -TUCKER Kfxwbr JERRY HOPPER • sc, HW i>y „ CHARLES MARQUIS WARREN tIM Ml I SKfjr Ijr FfMk Otubit • Haxa by NX Ho* • * Pinmwnl P«lut« ^^ PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature OiNHHOMWYLK AND — Cartoon: Two Weeks Vacation FRI & SAT Double Feature DOftOlHT HUGHE- mm HOTIX- UEX NICOL ,„,„..,„ llTHHlWUlK • roj. A UovtnJl MtmifcMl Pttun — AND — Serial: "Return of Capl, Marvel" No. ] & Cartoon: "Mechanical Bird" the Country Club. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Hall arc Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs. Joe Macom, and her niece, Mr? Bill DOCK, and Mr. Deeg, nil of Austin, Tex. They have spent several days here and plan to leave tomorrow for their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Bussell Hays had as their guest last evening: Mr. Hays' sister,, Mrs. Jim Kilgore oi Van Buren, Ark. Mrs. Kilgore was en route to Memphis to meet her daughter who arrived last night by plane from Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Invited Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hays for a picnic supper for Mrs. Kilgore at their home. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and daughter, Wendy, (Eft for Philadelphia, Penn., to spend 10 days visiting Mrs. Chamblin's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Truman. Shnabel. They plan to return to Blytheville for several days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, before they return to Marysville, Calif., where Dr. Chamblin is stationed with the Air Force. Mrs. Oscar Fendler, and Infant daughter, Frances Shane, arrived home yesterday from Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. H. P. Parris, Jr., and daughter, Pattle, of Memphis have arrived in Blytheville to spend several days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Scherer. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson have returned home from a 10-day trip .0 New Orleans' imd Biloxi. While Mrs. Branson was the guest of .heir son, Dr. Cecil Branson, Mrs. Branson and children, Mr. Branson attended an architectural conven- ,ion in Biloxi. Darlan O'Kecfe has returned to ;ier home in Memphis, after spending several days with her grand- mrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 3urn3, here. Miss Patricia Brewer of Shreve- AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLC.N at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for RUz & Roxy Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Slaivue. 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Soft everywhere it touches your foot/soft cind flexible with every step. Yet, made on a last that narrows your heel firmly, keeps your foot in balance .. and styled beautifully with trim lines and new slim heel. A splendid shoe, a remarkable value. Girls White Buck LOAFERS Sizes 4-9 Widths A-C 6.95 Girls White Buck OXFORDS Sizes 4-9 Widths A-C 6.95 Girls Black or Brown SUEDE LOAFERS Sizes 4-9 Widths AA & B .. 5.95

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