The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1953 · Page 2
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November 20, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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f AGB FOUK BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1958 A/ewA Pat Muita*. Society Editor PUoo« 4461 Ladies Day Event Conducted Yesterday at Country Club Fmmy-foUr guests yesterday attended the monthly Ladies Day event at t'.ie iSlyt.ievilio Country Club, when a luncheon was followed with an afternoon of bridge and canasta. The Thanksgiving motif was carried out in detail In decorations, Forming centerpieces for tne small tables were styrofoam turkeys with brightly colored tallies forming fanning feathers. Chrysanthemums will autumn foliage were seen throughout the club. Mrs. Neal Gesell headed the hostess committee. Serving with .her were Mi's. Kcmpcr Bruton, Mrs. C. L. McWntcrs, Jr., Mrs. Lawrence Prlmm, Mrs. o. E. Knildsen, Mrs. L. O. Nash, Mrs. W. C. Iflgglnson, Mfs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., Mrs. Eleanor Gerrald and Mrs. Jerry Cohen. In the bridge games played, Mrs. Farris McCalla won first place, with second going to Mrs. B. B. Goodman of Bteele, and third going to Mrs. o. s. crowell. In the games of canasta, Mrs. E. H. Rushing of Steel* won high and Mrs. B. Lester, also of Steele, won second high. Mrs. Gean Atkinson Installed As President of UDC Chapter Mi's. Gean S. Atkinson was Installed as president of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy yesterday when a meeting was held at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. Henderson Hall served as Installing officer. Others Included were Mrs. p. O, Poetz, first vice • president; Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr., second Vice president; Mrs. W. I. Denton, secretary; Mrs. George Roland Green, treasurer; Mrs. James B. Clark, Historian; Mrs. Hall, registrar; Mn. Marcus Evrard, recorder of crosses, find Mrs. Charles Alford, corfelpondlng secretary. Mrs. Atkinson is to appoint her committees. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, outgoing pres Ident, was presented with a gift of silver. The meeting was begun with a Thanksgiving story, which was told by Mrs. Cobb. Reports on a recent UDC Convention in Little Rock were made by Mrs. Clark aild Mrs Alford. Serving as hostesses for the luncheon served following the meeting were Mrs. dreen, Mrs. Oobb, Mrs. M. Fitzslrnmoni and Mrs. Clark. Mrs. C HiII Hostess to Club RazorbaoK Drive-In was the scene last night for a bridge party given by Mrs. Calvin Hill to entertain members of the Vendredi Club. Mrs. Sanfdrd Tomiinson Won high score with second high going to Mrs, Dick Shetlks and brtdgo to Mrs. Clyde Patton. Following the games, refreshments were Served. Thursday Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Henry Humphreys was hostess to members .of the Thursday Contract Club 1 at her home with luncheon,-and an afternoon of bridge. A gold cornucopia filled with fruits provided the luncheon table centerpiece. Winning flrat place In bridge was Mrs. 0. W, McCutchen, with second going to Mrs. Rodney Banister. La Nueve Club Is Entertained Mrs, Coleman Stevens entertained at her home yesterday afternoon for members of the La Nueve Club when guests included Mrs. Blan S. Heath and Mrs. Walter Day. Mi's. Newton Whltls won first place In the bridge games, with second going to Mrs. ttcatii nnd brldgo to-Mi-s. Ben Mac White. Chrysantheinums and roses provided floral decorations. Dessert was served during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Henson, Miss Marie Moore and Charles E. Moore are spending this week end In Nashville, Tenn. Among Blythevllle Masons attending the Grand Masonic Lodge Convention In Little Bock this week were E. M. Holt, R. E. Blaylock, Earl Damon, Maurice Sanders and I-ouis Isaacs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanks have as their guests Mr. and Mm. Lester Kent of Rochester, N. Y., who are spending a few days here. Mrs, H. H. HoUchlliB, Mrs. F. D. Underwood and Mrs. George Mulr returned home last night from Fulton, Mo., where they spent th« past four days. Ms. and Mi's. Leslie Shepherd and daughter, Beverly, of Columbus, On., will arrive tomorrow to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. J. D. Rodgers. and other relatives. Julius W. Johnson, formerly of Blytheville, and his daughters, Mrs. E. O. Hupp and daughter, Vesta, and Mrs. Rodney Montague, Mr. Montague and son, dllley, all of Austin, Tex., are here to visit VTH! f..ane and Mrs. O. R. Bedford and other relatives. Newest In Classics Sue Burnett Button-trimmed tabs accent this attractive shirtwaist o^reae that's so new and smart looking. Pattern No. 8044 Is in sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 38, 3% yards of 45-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, »nd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllle Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, ta a complete guide in planning a practical, «ew-simple wardrobe. Oift pattern printed Inside the book. SeriS'SS cents today. Birthday Party Given in Home Mr. and Mrs. O, D, Watson entertained their daughter, Betty Ann, last night with n surprise party on her sixteenth birthday with 21 of her friends attending, Games were played during the evening with prizes going to Pole Baxter, Glenn O.Neal, Cecil Poff and Sonny Walker. Ice cream and cake wore served by Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Betty Ledbetter. Luncheon Given For Bridge Club A three-course luncheon was served yesterday at the homn of Mrs. Russell Phillips when she was hostess to members of the Thursday Club. Ouest§ Included Mrs. W. B. Tanner, Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mri. V. E. Black. Pink and yellow chrysanthemums centered the table, and provided floral decorations in the entertaining rooms. Winners In the bridge games were Mrs. Black and Mrs. E. B. Gee. Pancake Breakfast To Be Tomorrow Mrs. W. W. Peek, president, announced today that the Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church completed plans (or the annual benefit pancake breakfast to be held tomorrow at the Fellowship Hall. Members of the guild are In charge of ticket sales for the breakfast, which will be held from 6 to 9 a.m. Wonderfuttielp /^Child's Cough For couih* »nd iculc bronchilU due to colds you can DOW set CreomuUion specialty prepared for Children in »MW pint and blue package and be Hire: (1) Your child will like it. (2) It contains only ufe, proven ingredknU. . (3) It contains no narcotics to disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid nature (o soothe »n<! heal raw, tender, inflamed throat «ncl bronchial membranes, thus relieving the cough and promoting rest and ilcep. Ask for Creomulsion for Children in the pink and blue package. CREOMUtSION FOR CHILDREN WHOM CM** OHM cri*. jkut liwcMNi Kibitzer Club And Guests are Entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., entertained last night at the J. M. Williams, Sr., home last night for members of the Kibitzer Club and guests. Attending tho party, other than nembers and their husbands were Miss Arden Ferguson, Louis Lynch and H»rry Parr. Quests spent the evening in play- ng bridge. Mrs. Oharles Affllck •on high score for women, with ilgh score for men going to Harry rr. Miniature whit* and yellow chry santhemums were used in the entertaining rooms. Dessert was served fluting the evening. t ' ~ I' . - .V.' >., . PRIDE ON WHEELS—This Is the first bicycle Audrey Hepburn ever owned, and she's proud as punch, ft was given to her by Billy Wilder who is directing her in her first Hollywood movie— Paramount's "Sabrina Fair," in which she stars with Humphrey Bogart and Willium Holclen. Audrey is the girl who rose to stardom overnight after her first film, "Roman Holiday," shot entirely in Rome, Italy. LUXORA NEWS Bj MRS. G. C. DRIVER i ing the Baptist convention in Hot Springs this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kochendejier and daughter of Memphis were Sunday visitors here with friends and- relatives. Airman Jimmy Driver is spending A/ the Hospitals lMylh«vM« HoiplUl Dismissed: Mm, Charles Wyhe, uity W. E. Kennedy, Steele Mrs. a. H. drear, Olty Will* Hospital Dismissed: Lois Cooper, Cooler Billy Faulkner! Manila Coming Events . • . Friday Blylhovllle Shrine Club has dinner meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Club on Edwards Street. . Saturday Beta Sigma Phi Sorority'* Alpha Alpha chapter has bake-sale at 8 a.m. at Ark-Mo Power Co. Itooli Club Meets The LUxora Book Club held Its ' monthly meeting Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. W. C. Howard, with Mrs. Charles Howard as hostess. Nineteen members were present, Including two newly Inducted members, Mrs. Jerome Gordon nnd Miss Billie Gibbons. During the business session, plans were made for the annual Christmas party to be held Dec. 15. Mrs. John Thweatt was in charge of the program. Mrs. Wirt Steed, former member of the club, now of Osceola, was the guest reviewer. The hostess served a dessert course at the conclusion of the program. Cits: Holds Social The Intermediate Class of the Baptist Sunday School held a social Monday In the church's recreation parlor. Class officers, motto, and colors were selected for the newly organized groilp. Party games were enjoyed and dessert was served at a late hour. Mrs. R. T. Ballew Is sponsor of the group. Personals. * Ray Tate, Memphis State College student, was tiie weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tate. Mrs. W. F. Lowerlns was a surgical patient at the Osceola Memorial Hospital In.st week. Mrs. Maxine McHaney nnd son, Tommy, of Memphis, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Brown. James Scger of Mansfield and Mew Orleans was a housoguest of parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Seser, for several days this week. The Rev. J. E. Rlherd Is attend-' 100- OR AND GAL - «"• Margaret Rhodes, of Flint, Mich poses on the rail of the liner United Stales lust before sailing to loin her husband, David, who is studying taw at Cambridge XJniverslty In England. She is the 100.000th passenger to book psresase on the superliner since It made maiden voyage In July, 1 its THE DIXIECRATS 6 PIECE ORCHESTRA Available For Holiday Dances And Parties For Booking Information Call Max Walters 2142 or 8878 In Person Aunt Jemima Pancake t Benefit Breakfast Saturday, Nov. 21st-6 to 9 a.m. Fellowship Hall-First Methodist Church All Proceeds Will Be Used By The Wesleyan Service Guild Missionary Work. -MENU- Aunt Jemima Pancakes — Carnation Milk StaUy WaffU Syrup — Wilson Sausage Nu-Maid OUo — Kroger Coffee Kroger Orange Juice Woman Should Try to Get Rid of Feel ing of Self-Pity HERE 1s a letter from a woman who realizes she hns fallen into the habit of feeling sorry for herself, but doesn't know how to rid herself of the B«lf-plty, The vtrv fact that she can .see and ad m 11 the fault should help her to cure it.. It may be so deep-rooted she will need professional help. But If it Is just a bad habit she has fallen into Rt|(h M ,,, ett recently, she should be able to get rid of it through her own efforts. Most people haye moments of feeling sorry for themselves: their best-laid plans go wrong; someone they have counted on lets them down; troubles pile one on top of another; illness striker,. Any one of those things can make a person feel sorry for himself If he takes the attitude: "Why did this have to happen to me?" New Method tor Pigs AUSTIN, Minn. Lfi — Hormel Institute researchers tell how to raise disease-free pigs. The pigs, encased in the sow's uterus, are removed by surgery after the sow is immobilized b; carbon monoxide. The pigs are then raised to maturity in isolalec quarters and are fed pasteurized cows' milk. The sow, becomes meat. several days here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown while on leave prior to overseas duty. The Answer to Affir-Dinntr Distress This wise little iady is taking no chances that heartburn and acid indigestion mipht spoil her. evebinx's fun. Like millions of people, she always carries Tunis for tnp-speed relief from sour stomach and pressure pains. Turns require no water, no mixing, rto waiting. Take them anytime, anywhere—at work or at play. Mint}'. Pleasant-tasting. And they are FASTI Get a handy roll of Turns today. f UMS FOR THE TUMMY Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14e & 39c At All Times FRI., &SAT. Double Feature fKiwu r'l-s JOHNNY WEISSMULLER , JUNGLE JIM *1h Itafl Bdttl • »"« SMT ' J» wr * S** 1 ** TlmfcJ nl O!M • lw?irt so... R, t, MWft K«»M • li lnnMS luflt't l"n M"t Flllu'n S)n&lll ftnwts naUU b, U* unutK • HUM » SfOTU C. — AND— Serial "Cnpt. Marvel" no. 9 Carton "Slip Some Redskin" SUN. & MON. Double Feature HOWARD HUGHES ROBERlTlTCHUM JEAN SIMMONS —AND- But he can shake off self-pity If he fnccs the fact that no ont is Immune to trouble or hag a right to expect only good from life. It will help., too, if the person will take stock of the situation that hns brought on the feeling of self- pity »nd Mk: What can I do about this? Where do I go from here You can't feel sorry for yourself when you are busy working out a solution to a problem or salvaging what Is left after a personal failure. The only way you can give self- pity the upper hand I« to sit do'.vn and do nothing about your troubles. So If this woman will face her problems squarely, figure out what can be done about the situation troubling her, she will discover she is too busy to waste time feeling sorry for herself. Self-pity is sitting down and crying over spilled milk, instead of getting busy cleaning up the mess. Holy Ye»ri First Holy Year of JubllM in the history of the Catholic Church was proclaimed by Pope Boniface VIII on Feb. 22, 1SOO. He decided • 'Holy Year should be held every 100 years, but subsequent Popes reduced tho lapse of time until Paul II, in 1470, made it every 25 years. Favorite of Million* St. Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S lARGESTSIUER AT IQt I I* We Repair All Makes of Oil Heaters Hubbard Hardware •Phone 2015 Metro News CONSTIPATION NOW SAFELY, IN TWO TO CORRECTED FIVE DAYS Tajtefess, Jell-Forming TobUf Slops "Cathartic Habit" Develops Natural Regularity Without Discomfort New wonder-working substance is proved, by hundreds of tesls, to be one of the great achievement* r of medical science — completely solves age-old health problem. Noted doctors and medical journals praise new jell-forming material. Trials with hundreds of stubborn cases conclusively prove it to be the safest, surest way to correct the wide-spread torment of constipation. 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