The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1953 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 21, 1953
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i»AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19N Fat MulMiu. Society Editor Phoui 4461 Gay Garr/gan Complimented at Party Here Miss Gay Oarrigan, who is being honored at many events prior to her Christmas holiday marriage Miss Humphreys Is Honored at Dessert Bridge Continuing: a group of pre-nupltnl parties being given here this season to compliment Miss Annella Hump- to Waddy Moore, III, Of Helena,! hreys, bride-elect, a dessert bridge Bits of News iy [-or Ann at Ark., was guest of honor Thursday evening at a novelty party. Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr.. and Miss Jo Ann Trlechinann entertained at the affair, which was reminiscent of high school days. Guests Included former high school class mates of Miss Gan'igan, The Card tables decorations were their place cards, tallies and scoie- pacis. which were adorned with high school pictures of the groom. was given last night. Mrs. W. Paul Pry or and her daughter, Misfi Melba Pryor, were hostesses at their home on Chickasawba. During the Christmas season, Miss Humphreys will become the bride ot Jerry Van Z&ndt ol Van Buren and Fort Smith. For the occasion, she wore a dreas of purple wool with black accessories and was presented with a gift corsage' of yellow chrysanthemums. The hostesses presented her with Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son, Jerry, were in Memphis las night for the Christmas parade. Mits Chri:;t!nc Dobbs of Manila a student at Arkansas Stale College has been named to Who's Who ii American Colleges and Universities Mrs. H- A- Copeland, Mrs, Lovt Adams, Mrs. W. A. SUclimoiv Mrs J. A. Sulita and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester returned yesterday from the Grand Chapter meeting ol Eastern Star in Little Rock, Mrs. Henry Humphreys Is in Miss Garrigan's place was; a gift of antique milk glass. marked by a miniature bride- Fall flowers were,used about the entertaining rooms. Winners of the bridge, games, which were' played following a dessert course wer Mrs. Bill Nun- nclee. first place, Miss Earbara Monaghan, second place, and M/s. W. M. Jontz, bridge. I Mies Garrlgan was attired in a black and white wool dress with black accessories, and was presented with a novelty corsage, Mrs. C- W. Garrfgan, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs, B- F. Gay, her grandmother were guests nfc the affair. Mrs, Gay was guest. Assisting their daughters with entertaining were Mrs. J. G Yellow chrysanthemums adorned the mantel and other vantage points of the living room, while the dining room table held a cornucopia filled with the flowers. In the bridge games, Mrs. Henry Humphreys mother of the bride-elect won first plffce, with second going to Miss Becy Nelle Hollaman. She was accom daughter, Miss Memphis today. panied by her Annella Humphreys, who will go by train to Van Bjren to be the weekend tuicst'of her fiance, Jerry Van z: -licit, and his parents, Mr. and ;..r.5. T. J. Van Zandt of Van Buren. Trieschmann . and Besharse. Mrs. Herman Duplicate League ConductsMeeting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wallin of Little Rock won first place Thursday night when they met ns guests of ths BIytheville Duplicate Bridge League. Play consisted of n four-lable Howell movement. The Walllns earned 52 points. Winning second were Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblfn who earned f president's message. 44 points. . Otto Scrape Hostess to Club Mrs. Olio Scrape entertained at her home Thursday night for ths TLE Bridge Club, when a guest, Mrs. Bill Hodge, met with members. Mrs. Hodge won first place with .second going to Mrs. William Lambert,, and brldgo to Mrs. Jerry Scrape. Salad and coffee were served during the evening. The hostess used yellow chrysanthemums RS decorations. Linda Lou Trieschmann Becky Ut'.ey are in Joncsboro Lang-e PTA Has Meeting Here Mrs. Mary Droke presided at the meeting of Lange Parent-Teachers Association Wednesday when Miss Minnie Foster was guest speaker. Mrs. Robert Wacie gave, the devo- ,ional, and Mrs. Forrest Moore, the Frank Nelson and Jim Roleson, who had 43 ',£ points, won place. thli Scraps Make Doll Clothes COMPLETE DOLL WARDROBE Sue Burnett Her favorite doll will seem like brand-new when you sew this whole set of clothes. Use scraps you've saved. Pattern No. 8035 is for dolls 14,16, 18, 20, 22, 24 inches. For exact yardage, consult pattern. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired,-and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, BIytheville courier News, 372 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 I the book. Send 25 cents today. Room count went to Miss Elizabeth Halstead, Miss Blllie Sue Burks, Miss Francos Bright and Mrs. Gladys Deckleman. Business Meeting Conducted in Home Mrs. F. L. Boggs was hostess at the hc-'ie ot Mr,-. .:rncst McKcnzie for a business meeting of the Alpha Al- phn Cliantci- of Beta Siirma Phi. Plans were made for the group's Christmas activities. Refreshments were served after the meeting. Lavander mums decorated the en- ,ertaining rooms. Singing Planned The Pomiscot County Singing Convention plans to hold its monthly meeting Sunday afternoon beginning at 1 o'clock in Cooler, Mo. and this week end where L'nda will be the guest of Selwynn Gi-ear and Becky will be the guest of Julia Ann Jordan, formerly of BlytheviUe. Mr. and Mis. J. Raymond Smith plan to leave tomorrow to spent the holiday week with their daughter, Mrs. J. O. Weathers. Mi- Weathers and children. Jimmy am Jcannie. in Montgomery, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bond and son, Douglas of Vicksburg, Miss- arrived Thursday here to spend the week end with Drs. Carl and Edna Nles. Mr. and Mrs- Jnmes E. Pnrrish, Jr., announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, at Walls Hospital. The baby has been named Katrina Kay. Mrs. Pnrrish is the former Miss Oletta Bailey. Mrs. Dula Morris who has been ill at her home for the past several days, wns admitted yesterday to the Wal/s Hospital for observation. The Rev. Gene Schultz has been admitted to Walls Hospital, where he underwent an emergency operation last night. This morning his condition wa& reported as satisfactory. , | Mr. and taio. J. H. Smart are ir Memphis this v.-cek end to visit hli sister Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks and family- Attending the game in Jncksoi last night were M.-. and Mrs. Robert McHaney, Mr. and Mrs. Mclvii Halsell. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Craii; George Anderson and Harry Hnlnes. OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* Nclle Starr FIHKRS IMPORTANT — The role of manmade fibers In feminine wardrobes has become so important as to be virtually indispensable. Pleating that's in to stay. Fleeces that wash in a. flash, need no pressing. Knitted garments that won't lo;-.e their s'nnpe, ever. Typical of this season's handsome man-made fibers In this daytime dress (right) by Nettle Rosenstein. In acetate «nd wool, It has coachman bodice With gently- pegged skirt. Stately white ball gown (left) by Leslie Morris is in rayon faille fabric with glittter encrusted bodice. Full, flowing skirt has a total of twenty panels. (Cy fJSA \7omaiTi Editor) Woman's Club Hears Program on Americanism It is estimated that an acre of mcndowlnnd contains 18,000,000 in- DOIJ Is Vegetarian WEST COVINA, Calif. UF) — Shep cats his corn on the cob, wolfs a stack of cakes and buttered toast nd washes it all down with big gulps of coffee. For dessert he ikes candy. Shep, a four-yen r-old Australian shepherd dog owned by Mrs. Harry Wilier, earns his groceries on the filler's poultry ranch by bringing n the mail from the roadside post jax and currying messages to men vorking on the ranch. He herds ihickens, too. * Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 1-Ic & 3Dc At All Times Ordinary firefly light has a usual trength of one-JOOth candlepower. N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. First American National Bank f Nashville, a Corporation, pltf. vs. No. 4642 limes W. Harris. Walter Jackson, lary,Louise Jackson, et al., dfts. WARNING ORDER The defendants, James W. Hars, Mary Louise Jackson, and Walter Jackson, are hereby warned appear within 30 days in the durt named In the caption hereof nd answer the Complaint of the alntiff, First American National ank of Nashville, Tennessee. Dated this 6th day of November, 53. OERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D.C. scar Fendler and James W. Steln- ek, attys. for pltf. Dan M. Surge, atty-ad-lltem. 11/7-14-21-S8 LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ~-JOHNNY WEISSMULLER t JUNGLE JIM A program on "Americanism" was given yesterday for members of the BIytheville Woman's Club at their monthly meeting, with a tea concluding the afternoon's activities. Repeating the pledge to the American Flag, the group began the meeting. Mrs. O. E. Knudson told the story of four freedoms- freedom to worship, freedom from want, freedom of speech, and freedom from fear. In a business session conducted by Mrs. A. S. Harrison, president the group presented Christmas cards to be given to disabled veterans at the Lamar Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Marion Williams reviewed the book "Peter Zenger," by C.alt. Several students from Mrs. Lilian Franks' sixth grade presented a program concerning National book Week. Speakers included Jarry I.nwe, Billie .McNeese and Evran Wimborley. A group of the children presented songs. Following the meeting, tea was served, with Mrs.Ocorge M. Lee presiding at the silver service. A m".dcrh cloth overbid tVe table, which was centered by a large silver compote filled with fruits, and two silver candelabra holding white tapers. Hostesses for the ofternoon were Mrs. Kontlalil Berry, Mrs. Neal Gessel, Mrs. Riley Aclnms. Mrs. J. D. Barksdalt', Mrs. J. E. Crook, Mrs. Joe B. Evans, Mrs. V. G. Hofland and Mrs'. M. J. Koehler. PEO Chapter Has Program on Art' Fifteen members of the PEO Sisterhood heard a program on Art yesterday when Chaplen "N" met i»t the home of Mrs. Harry W. Haines for luncheon and the program. Co-hostesses for the afternoon I entertaining: rooms, and centering were Mrs. Harry A. Haines and Mrs the dining room table were fruits R. A. Nelson. and vegetables arranged in a low Yellow button chrysanthemums were used at vaptage points in the Valuable Burn In Texas alone, more than $10,000.000 worth o! cotton burrs are wasted annually, it is estimated. Furfural, used as plastic ingredient, fungicide, and iij the synthetic rubber ndustry, is among- the products that could be made from them. Coming Events Monday A study course Is to be held al ;he First Methodist Church at 2 p.m. Trinity Baptist Church circles neet as follows: Evelyn Stafford Circle with Mrs. Burt Boss at 2:30 p.m., Jewel Aber- lathy Circle with Mrs. Leslie Kenwright at 2:30 p.m., and the Busl- icss Women's Circle at 7:30 p.m. vlth Mrs. Eunice Henson. Miss Cliffie Overman is hostess to Young Woman's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. Number Nine Home Demonstra- lon Club has meeting, Tuesday Miss Mary Noe is hostess to the N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League hns meeting. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. card party with Mrs. R. H. Geary as hostess at Hotel Nobls Mrs. James C. Guard Is hostess to the Trl-Town Club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertains the Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Jesse M. White, is hostess to members of Club Eight. Wednesday Mrs. L. E. Old entertains members of the Wednesday Bridge Club. bowl. During the afternoon, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., conducted a business session. The program was given by Mrs. J. W. Adams, Jr.. whose subject, art centered predominantly about the Metropolitan and the Louver mus- WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS. Dan Boone, Pltf. vs. Margie Boone, Dft. No. 12,546 The defendant, Margie Boone. ts hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In She caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Dan Boone. Dated this 13th day of November, 1953. SEAL , -, GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By VIRGINIA WALTERS, D.C. Claude F. Cooper, atty. for pltf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad li'tem. 11/14-21-28-12/5 M Club MwU Msmbers of'ths 50 Olub gathere at the club Thursday night ti Thwiluflvlng turkey dinntr an dance. Eighty members and (ties attttided. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shlppe: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Radcliffe, M and Mrs. Hyman Weinberg an James E. Little of Memphis a tended. The club carried out th« ap preaching Thanksgiving holida theme in the decorations, featurin harvest scenes. China turkey decorated the buffet. .Hurrican lamps Illuminated the festive af fair. Following dinner, Willie Blooi furnished the music for the dance. Give Luncheoni Two luncheons Thursday at th 50 Club added to the pre-holida social affairs held in Osceola th! week. Mrs. Bob Gillespie entertainei her canastra Club for luncheon fol lowed by an afternoon of cards. Mrs. John Binford White enter tained six friends to camplimen Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf, who wa celebrating her birthday. The group drove to the country home of Mrs . White following luncheon whera they spent the afternoon playing bridge. The honoree was presented gilt from those attending. Iced drinks were passed during the afternoon. Mrs. Whites home was decorated for the party with arrangements of fall berries and flowers. Garden Club Meets The Osceola Garden Club will meet with Mrs. Jesse Cramer Tuesday afternoon at her home West Hale Avenue. Mrs. Jimmie Fan-is, who has charge of the program, will talk on planning the home gro'unds. Mrs. Harry Matlock, Mrs. Louis George, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes, Sr., will be co- lostess. The club colors, green and white will be carried out in the refreshments. Junior Garden Club The Junior Garden Club met Wednesday afternoon with Elizabeth Ann Ivy. Twenty girls, all members, attended. After a brief business meeting, the hostess served cookies and iced drink. Bride, Groom Honored Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weinberg, Mr. and lira. Hyman Wtlnbwf complimented a recent brld* and (room of BIytheville. The affair given at Uu W Club Sunday nl|ht honored Mr. and Ifri, Richard Jledel. JUythevWt gueiti attending were Mr. and Mrs. Zekt Jeidel, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosen- thai, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen., and Mr. and Mrs. William Borowtk* *a) of Manila. r Dinner was served In the Pint room, where the dlniiuj tabl* wu centered with yellow pom-pom mums. Hurricane lamps with yellow candles glowed over tht laei covered table. Personals Among Memphis shoppers Wed- neiday were Mrs. Koath Harwarg, Mrs. Jesse Cramer, Mrs. David Laney, Mrs. Lalah Coble, Mrs. Bob Howerton, Mrs. Reader Johnson. Mrs. Harry Keats, Mrs. Ned Ayre« and Mrs. V- E. Harlan. Lt. Leslie Bjorklund. stationed at the Air Force Base in Laredo, Tex.. spent several days with his wits and two children, Connie and Bill. He flew to Memphis where he was met by Mrs. BJorklund. Mrs. Ed Shippen. Mrs. Ruth Smith,. Mrs. E. R. Bogan, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Howerton, worthy matron of Osceola Chapter of Eastern Star are in Little Rock this week attending the Grand Chapter session of the Eastern Star of Ar- <ansas. Mrs. Shippen is representative to New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. A. Nelson of Tupelo, visited Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Garner, and Mr.'and Mrs. Carl tennon, for several days last week. Jefferson Davis was first and nly president of the Confederate tates, being in office when the Confederacy collapsed in 1865. LITTLE L/Z— Thanksgiving vacation a 0 term used to denote th« hometown girl's last chance at the col- !eae freshman. We Repair All Make* of Oil Heaters Hubbard Hardware Phone 2015 )»lfl fiirefl > l*w S«r * kt'nr Of Jn ind t*Tft* flrw Ittenfri pl • Ilwr tfd Scrrf n PIJT Br SAWIIl f.t"M*N • B«>d >wn IM I'mwil Jur(V Jim hip| Irltufrl S)nil<jri n*rtpn»r f'lfun PrcAKt* tr SAM MirtlM • D,<«t(i b, 5f INCW 5 KMffr —AND— R. C. FARR & SONS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Philheat Fuel Oil 'Super Safe' H. D. Premium Motor Oil "66" Petroleum Products & Lee Tires Phon* 400 RAILROAD ST. Phon* «67 BIytheville, Ark. 4567 "Strr/ng Thit Area For Ovtr 20 Years" Serial "Cnpt. 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BLYTHEVTLLE COURIER NEWS ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rlti * Botf Program Announcement* SATURDAY ONLY Double feature Program I ^ SONG-STREAKED THRILLS! wilt HANS COtlDIED • Sim M Sam fa h IDIUT L KENT • titiiaa h, SUI KAT1IMII, I UncM IT HICK/WO 001* Cartoon "Little Boo Peep" SUNDAY & MONDAY THE BEAUTY WHO.LOVED A DESPERADO! OBERT TAYLOR AVA GARDNER Between them a siranj* secret (ire! Spectator drami ol a (teat adventure filmed in full (liming COLOR! > PHOTOCMPM6 IN TECHNICOLOR • ANSCO COLOR ANTHONY QUINN • KURT KASZNAR c,.Ki.d t, JOHN FARROW • PIMIICH b, STEPHEN AMES M M-c-MficIUM ' PAR. NEWS t CARTOON "GOLDEN EGG"

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