The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1953 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 28, 1953
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PACT TWO BI.YTfrevn.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY NOVEMBER M, It* ocie Pat Muliiw. Society Editor Bride-Elect Is Honored At Drop-In Miss AnnrKa Humphreys was honored yesterday at a drop-In pr.iij' tor 2o uose friends, when Misses Barbara and Rosemary Monaghan were hostesses at their home for another in a whirl of prenuptial events being given in Blythevlle. Miss Humphreys who Is (he daughter of Mr. anr Mrs. Henry Humphreys, is the bride-elect of Jerry van Zandt of Van Buren. Ark. They will be married in December. Miss Humphreys received guests In an original two piece fall ensemble of white cashmere and black velvet. She v••<; given & corsage ol white gardenias and presented a hand painted candy dish by the hostesses. Refreshments were served from the dining room table, which held a centerpiece of a miniature bride and groom, flanked by graduated white candles. A bank of greenery interspersed with red nylon lull formed a background for the seen Mrs. Charles Wildy of Etowah wa »n out-of-town guest. Mrs. Humphreys, the bride mother, was a special guest a the affair. 'Sisterhood Has Luncheon In Still Home Mrs. Eugene F. Still wfls hostess and Mrs. C. S. Elevens was co- hostess to members of Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood Wednesday for a 1 p.m. luncheon and program meeting. Pall flowers were used throughout the house. Mrs. Robert A. Porter conducted a meeting of the 18 members and Kave a Thanksgiving program. Mrs. R. F. Klrshner gave the PEO record report. Mrs. L. C. B. Young of Osceola was a guest. FIVE GENERATIONS — Shown above arc five generations of the"tamily of Mrs. Mary Jane Berry (c::;r2me right), others In tire picture arc (from the left) Mrs. Marvin Llpforcl and son, Marvin David, Mrs. Leonard White, Mrs. Minnie Barnes and Mrs. Berry. The occasion was the celebration of Mrs. Berry's SSth birthday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lily Barker. (Photo by Mason). To remove an egg or meat stal from a washable fabric, soak i cold water after scrapping off a much as possible. Then wash i warm suds. If .grease remain sponge with carbon tetrachlorlde. So Charming, Versatile Sue Burnett This graceful frock for the more mature figure is perfect for those occasions When you want to look your best. Pattern No. 8957 Is in sizes 36, 38. 40, 42, 44, 46, 50, 52. Size 38, short sleeve, 4V4 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, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Garden Club Meets to Plan Christmas Tour OSCEOLA — The home of Mrs. Jesse Cramer was the scene of a meeting of the Osceoln Garden Club members and thoir guests Tuesday afternoon, when the mot to make plans for their Christmas tour of outstanding homes in Osceola on the night of Dec. 17. Buses will leave the club house on the quarter hour. Owners of homes which will be decorated in Yule-tide splendor for display are Mrs. David Lnney, Mrs. Andrew Florida, Mrs. R, C. Bryan and Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf. Climaxing the tour the guests will return to the club room and ather around the wassail bowl for refreshments. Garden Club colors of green and white were cnrrled out in the ta- ale decorations and refreshments. A paper mache turkey centered the lace covered table with a green undercover. Mrs. Harry Matlock presided at the punch bowl, which was filled with lime sherbert punch, white ndiviriiiai cakes, outlined in grecen were marked with the letters GC n green. Salted pecans and green mints were served from silver compotes. "Garden Club" was >rinted in-'"green on white napkins ind green and white plates were wed. V ' Gift bouquets of red roses, white iom porn mums and a corsape for vlrs. Cramer was sent to her home friends. Fifty members and riiests attended. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Matlock, Mrs. Louis George, Mrs. J. VV. vVhitworth nnd Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Surprise Party Is Given in Osceola Club Mrs. A. J. .Pipkin has as her Thanksgiving week end guests her daughter, Mrs. Doris Phillips of St. Louis, nnd her son Edward Lee Pipkin, who Is a student at Washington University, St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs, J. L, (Sonny) Roberson and son, Steven of Corpus Christl, Tex., spent last week here wlthh Is mother, Mrs. Cecil Roberson, who accompanied them home for the winter months. Miss Jeanne Campbell, student at Ole Miss, Oxford, is spending this week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. T.^.M. Huber and son, Tim, of Orant City 111., lire spending the Thanksgiving week end with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cuadra and family. Arriving tonight to visit the Cuadras will be Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lee and children, Barbara and Duncan, of Lexington, Mo. Miss Doris Bean, who Is attending University of Mississippi, is the week end guest of her mother, OSCEOLA — Mrs. Jack Wilson entertained her bridge club Wednesday with a morning narty followed by luncheon at the 50 club. The occasion was a surprise going-away party for one of the members, Mrs. W/ule Quinn, wno with her family, is leaving Monday to make her home in Memphis.; » i 1 r" /~\ I _J The dining table was centered | /VuS. L. t. UICJ with a wicker cornucopia filled with pom pom mums and wheat. The menu was planned around individual turkey pol pics. In the games of bridge, Mrs. Wilson was high score winner nnd Mrs. Mclvln Speck, second. While Surprise Shower Given by Club Members of the Stitch and Chatter Club met at the home of Mrs Cecil Gray with Mrs. Gene Chitmon as co-hostess last night. A surprise layette shower Was Riven for Mrs. Grady Sims. Gladioli provided decorations In the entertaining rooms. Prizes were awarded to Mrs.. Maurice Ozmcnt and Mrs. Thomas!Mrs. Fred Bea"n, and family. Davis In party games. • ^iss Betsy Bell, who attends In a bufirris session, the group southwestern University in Mem- m-.-.c plans (or a supper-meeting. his ,, spending the week end Dessert was served In the evening. wftn ' her motllcl ? Mrs . Mai . gare t Mahan Bell, nnd her grandmother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan, and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Jack O'Keefe, and daughter, Dnri- nn of Memphis, went to Catron, Mo.. Thanksgiving Day to be with another of the Burns' daughters, Mrs'. David M. Barton, and daugh-1 ter, Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Barton and Mrs. O'Keefe left Thursday afternoon for St. Louis for the week end. The Burns brought Kay and Darian home with them for the Beta Club Elects Sponsor Members of Hie Beta Club of Gosnell High School met this week to elect a new sponsor upon , the resigns* tion of Floyd Irby. Mrs. Floyd White was chosen to serve with the club this year. Members include Earnest Allen, president; Louise Smith, vice president; Barbara Potter, secretary; Wanda Whittle, treasurer; Jeanette Lee, reporter; and Bobbie Stanfill, Barbara Bevill, Roy Lynn Via and Wanda Raspberry. after Mrs. gifts. dinner Quinn coffee was served, was showered with Dogwood Club Conducts Meeting Members of the Dogwood Home DemonstraUoti Club met Wednesday afternoon with nine members and guest, Mrs. Gertrude Hollman, :ounty agent, attending. Mrs. P. S. Parker gave a rievo- ional and Mrs. Malcolm Koonce i prayer following Rroup sinning. The Dogwood group will be hosts t their club for the County Couti- ll Christmas party Dec. 12. Mrs. Holtman gave a demonstra- on. Shawnee Faculty, Guest Honored SHAWNEE — Members of the Shnwnee School's board of directors entertained their wives, the school faculty and other gucsLs nt a turkey dinner this week at the school. L. C, Speck, president of the board served ns chairman. .At the t annual. M. H. Bcnlon, superintendent' of the' schoth; m- troduccti the teachers. Mrs, j. w. Speck was chairman of the committee chosen from the Parent-Teachers Association, who prepared the food and served. Tnblcs were decorated in autumn berries-n in) leaves. Hostess to Club Mrs. L. E. Old was hostess at her home on Wednesday afternoon to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club, when Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mrs. Chester Cald- wcll were guests. Mrs. E. J. Cure won first place, \vilh second going to Mrs. Regenold. Preceding the bridge -games,, Mrs. Old served luncheon from the dining room tnblc, which was centered with a low bowl of fruits. TASKS FOR CHILDREN — This little miss cleans the refrigerator as her mother sponges up a spot from the floor. Household I""' s I' 1 .at retp.ire little skill and show quick results give youngsters real satisfaction and help them develop a sense of responsibility. week. Hamilton Little of Memphis spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. D, week end. Miss Annette Whistle, student at SMU, Dallas, who Is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her mother, Mrs.' C. H. Whistle, and family, has as her guests. Miss Katsy Edwa'rds of Dallas and Mfss Mary Frances Traylor of Barnesville, Ga. Graham Partlow is spending the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, and family. He is a student at University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Besharse and children, Mac L Iughes Thanksgiving; Day was their daughter, Miss Nancy lughcs, of Memphis. Miss Virginia Brooks of Memphis, who teaches kindergarten at Miss Hutchinson's School in Menphis, is visiting her granclparenl Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Knappenberge Mrs. Hr.ttie Bryan of Piggot Ark., is visiting this week in home here of Mr. and Mrs. O. D Watson. Miss Carol Ann Bailey left la; night for Memphis to be the wee end houseguesl of her uncle ar aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rickan She went especially for the we* ding of Miss Dorothy Ann Danle son and Walter, Bernard today a noon at the Immaculate Conceptio Catholic Church there and recep tion at the L. W. Danielson home Going down today are her parent I Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola, ' their daughter, Miss Ann White, a student at Ole Miss, and Oscar Connell of Clarksdale, Miss., also a student at Ole Miss. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims has as -her week end guest Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, La: Mrs. Tom B. Miller returned this morning to Jackson. Miss., after spending Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. Lucy McAdams, and family. John Wilks, Dick Reid, J C Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses from the office of the county clerk, Mrs, Elizabejjl Blythe Parker: " . T Bert Rutledge of St. Louis, Mo., and Maxine Horn of Manila. ! , Donald Paul Hodces of Little Hock and Marilyn LaVcrne Roberts of Blytheville. Guy O. Strain of Waukegan, 111., and Bonnie Bruce of Steele, Mo. Ruben Ellis Cook and Wanda Martin, both of Dell. Merhpht , holidays from liiphis schools are Miss Gwendolyn Rhoads, who attends Draughon, nnd Miss Ernestine Holt and Miss Bonnie McCormick, both of Miller- Hawkins. Miss Linda Lou Bunch is here from Ole Miss, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huey Bunch. Mrs. P. B. Black plans to leave Monday to accompany her daugh- Don't soak clothes more thanj George N. Bailey of Lake City,! ter, Mrs. T. E. Geesiin, Jr., and 15 minutes. After that, they be-! Ark., and Opal Miller of Oklahoma (Mr. Oeeslin to their home In Drew, gin to tnko up dirt from the wnter. I City, Okla. I Miss., where she will spend the Leanne, have as their guests for the holidays, Mrs. Besharse's sister, Mrs. John P. Edwards, and children Johnny and Neil, of Graham, Tex. Miss Dolores Parker, a student at Ole Miss, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Parker, and her aunt, Mrs, Glen Teague, and Mr. Teague during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ovsburn have as their week end guests their children, Miss Sue Orsburn, who attends Washington University at St. Louis, and Bob Orsburn, who att tends Ole,Miss. for ,_(4ie and i Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey, who wi also be the houseguests of Mr. Bailey's brother, Mr. Rickard, an family. George kamp of Conwa will join the Baileys and Rickard for the week end. Airman and Mrs. Dan Wallac and son, Michael Steven,, will ar rive Monday morning in Memphi by plane from San Diego, Calif where Airman Wallace is stationec They will be met by his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace, an granddaughter, Myra Jane Wilson of Pocohontas, Ark., who will ac company them to Blytheville fo a 30-day leave. Mrs, A. Conway had ns he Thanksgiving Day guests Mr. and _ayette Shower Is Given Here Mrs. Roland Davis was hostess at her home yesterday for a Inyettc shower honoring Mrs. Drew Huey, when sight guests attended. Blue and pink was carried out in decorations and refreshments. Prizes Went to Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr., Mrs. J. H. Melton and Mrs. Huey in the party games. Refreshments were served following the games. for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M IF YOU LIKE A REAL BARGAIN, READ THE WANT ADS The BIGGEST selling job in town Here in the classified section of your newspaper . . . you meet personally those people who are really in (he m.arket for whal you have to offer. They read your message because they want to hire or be hired, to buy, sell, to rent, or to do you a service. Within minutes after your paper appears YOU GET RESULTS THROUGH THE WANT ADSI Ads placed before 5 p.m. will appear next day, except for Monday's paper when ads placed by noon Saturday. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:OQ,p.m. Admission 14e & 39c At AH Times 1 LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature —AND- 7ROY ROGERS'- TWGBER ilUNCtnhm ThiSntrtisthm WoT Serial "Capt. Marvel" No. 10 Cartoon "Pluto's XiMAS Tree" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature __AND— HOUDINI •nunTechnicolor , 1 starring ' t TONY JANET \ i CURTIS-LEIGH «r»wwt riciMi A , "• s J —PLUS— Metro News Guests Meet With Club Here Mrs. S. E. Tune entert»ln«d at her home yesterday for memben of the Friday Club. Guests Included Mrs. L. K. Old and Mrs. F. Don Smith. Jn the bridge games, Mrs. FarrU McCallii won first place and Mri. Bob Logan won second. Brldgo went to Mrs. James C. Guard. . Dessert was served during th* afternoon. Lutheran Church ;i To Hear Speakers The Rev. Delbert Thies of Memphis will speak tomorrow morning at the 11 a.m. worship service at the First Lutheran Church here. Sunday School will be conducted at the regular 9:45 a.m. hour. Preparation for the children's Christmas program will begin. Birthday Party Given in Home Mrs. Woodrow Wren entertained for her daughter, Carolyn Louise, on Thanksgiving Day on her birthday with a party for 10 guests. Carolyn was seven years old. In party games played, prizes went to Virginia Rambo and Margie Wagner. Cake and iced drinks were served during the afternoon. Coming Events Monday <g Miss Maxine Hill is hostess «6« members of the Young Woman's Droke and Graham Sudbury" are ™ xili f y ° f the Rrst Baptlst In Starkville, Miss., to attend the cflurcn - . v, . Woman's Missionary Society of the First, Baptist Church has all- day meeting at the church begin- Ole Miss-Mississippi state football game. Miss Virginia Swearengen of Memphis is spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H N. Swearengen, Sr., and family. Ralph Wahl, student at Arkansas State College, is spending the holidays at home. Yesterday, he and his mother, Mrs. Fred Wahl, visited his father, who is a patient at Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis. Condition of Mr. Wahl, who underwent surgery Wednesday] is reported satisfactory. At the Hospitals Blj-thcville Hospital Dismissed: Kenneth Swan. Marked Tree. Clarence Williams, City Walls Hospital Russell Fowlston, Steele Bobby Pullerton, Steele ning at 10:45 a. m., with a 12 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. C. E. Johnson Is the morning program leader, and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon is program leader for the afternoon. Members of Evelyn Stanford and Jewel 'Abernathy Circles of Trinity Baptist Church meet at 2 p. m. for Lottie Moon Christmas program. Mrs. Dean Barum Is hostess to th« Business Women's Circle that evening. Members of Calvary Baptist WMTJ have meeting at 2 p.m. with, Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove. Mrs. Billy Dixon and twins, Air base Eugene Schultz, City- Mrs. Prankle Patton, City Mrs. James Anderson and baby. City. ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for 8iti & RoiJ Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program REX ALLEN South Pacific Trail Cartoon V "Baby Wants Battle" SUNDAY & MONDAY ROBINSON GODDARD PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS

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