The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 26, 1953
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PAGE TWO BKYTHEVIM.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2«, 19M - Society News - n-» Hf.ilK«» firuiiatu irHifnr ' Plump. dd{{ Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Refoarsal Dinner To Be Given Tonight at Hotel Noble Here Miss Annella Humphreys »nd her i silver candlesticks holding white fiance, Jerry Van Zandt, of Van I tapers interspersing the arrange- Buren and their wedding party will be guests of honor tonight at a re- hersal dinner In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble, when Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Van Buven entertained. Miss Humphreys will be attired in a cocktail length gown of blue satin and will be presented a corsage of white camellias. Mrs. Henry Humphreys, the bride's mother, and Mrs. Van Zandt will receive corsages of white mcnts. White flowers will be used through Rehearsal Dinner To Be Held Tonight the room. Out-of-Town guests will camellias. The decoration used throughout the mirror room will be of white and sliver. The. T-shaped table will be centered with a silver epergne Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Willis, Jay Willis of Van Buren, Miss Jeanne Jamell of Port Smith and Miss Pat Lnldler of Hot Springs, who will be hou;-:eKuesls of Miss Jane Wilson, Miss Ann Albright of Little Rock. houscguest of Russell Phillips and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. Letty Madcly of Van Buren, grandmother of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. EHett Lawrence of Greenwood, Miss., Anne Donnel! of Tiptonville Term., I Climaxing pro-nuptial events for I Miss Polly Ann Stewart and Jim include ] Ray of Ilaytl. Mo., will lie a rehearsal dinner given to night at the Nancy Grain Is Honored at Pcabody OSCEOLA—Continuing the functions Honoring Mi-is Nancy Craln, bride-elect of John Collins Balton of Memphis, WAS the luncheon given Monday nt the Pcabody .Hotel in Memphis by Mrs. John Enochs, aunt of Miss Grain and Mrs. J. ~~l. ;ul- lorn, Jr. CoinlM-.iiiK Uin bridal theme with the holiday theme the table where the -sixteen guests were seated was overlaid in bridal white and centered with a cascade arranger./ , of silver glittered magnolia leaves. A frosted Christmas tree hung with wr'driing bolls and clusters of silver grapes, centered the collar of silver foli%'e. , ,. i Topping the tree was a bride and green magnolia leaves, silve baubles |g room witn lighted candles about and white satin pouffs. Silver candlclabra holding white candles will flank the centerpiece, home of Mrs. Geraldine Green at 5^£ Park Sheet. Fifteen guwU will he entertained at the three-course dinner, j The bride's table, which will be: overlaid by white will be centered j a bride and groom encircled by holding white stoocks and white! dayman Tznrd, Henry Pape and snapdragons and silver, euclyptus., Lee Poague all of Van Buren, James The same arrangement will be used : Howard of Little Rock, and Mr. and In miniature about the table, With Mrs. Jim Stockley of Marion, Ark. Supper Dance Given in Osceola OSCEOLA—Parties continue for ft recent bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lowrance III. y guests from < ccola p.: surrounding territory gathered at the 50 Club Monday night when Mrs. Godfrey White and Mrs. Jack Uzzelle honored the young couple with a supper-dance. The dining tabls overlaid by a Christmas green cloth was centered with an arrangement of white carnations, the arrange- rn-nt softly lighted by tiers ol glittering white tapers in silver candelabra. Out-of-town guests were Miss Betty Jean Orr, Como, Miss.. Miss Phoebe Montreth of Tunica, Miss., Oscar Connell of Clarksdale. Miss., Misses Shelia and Wonderful Yoked le Grace Mary Balton, Miss Susan Fullmer, Miss Mary LI/, Murry, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Semmes. Louis Hall. Peter Norfleet, Jim Myics, Jack Gibson. Monte Robinson, Sonny Marlow of Memphis; Miss Boyce Woodard of West Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose. Owen Harrison, Buddy Halsell, Russell Phillips, Jr., Graham Partlow, E. B. Gee. Jr.. Charles Mich Rose, all of Blytheville; Miss Joanne Cullom, Baker Springfield, John Ellis and Charlie Lowrance. Mrs. Lowrance was attired in a lue cocktail frock. and will center the smaller tables used. Miss Stewart, who will be dressed in brown velvet with a white jacket, will be Riven n corsage and a giit in her crystal. She and Mr. Ray will present gifts to their attendants. 100 Guests Attend Dance At Hotel Noble Miss Alice Priest. Miss Betty Presnell, Miss (Catherine Thompson, Miss Rena Bailey and Mrs. Bob Crcsap were hostesses last night at a dance in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noblo, when more than ICO guests attended the annual party. Scenes painted on mirrors, large Christmas bells, baubles and a Iar0e lighted Christmas tree provided the decorations. the tree. Marking the honoree's place, her mother's, Mrs. Johnny Grain, and Mrs. Frank T. Balton's, mother of Mr. Ballon, were corsages of gardenia sprinkled with glitter. The honorce presented her hostesses and Miss Joanne Cullom, corsages 01 gardenias. Miss Crain was attired in a purple tweed suit for the occasion, she W.T: presented a silver vegetable dish by Mrs. Enochs and Mrs. Cullom. Women Don't Have To Run To Keep Up With Husbands 8944 Sue Burnett Most of the advice-givers who i thinks a woman can make of that ! Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler of Osccola became the parents of a new son Christmas night. The child has been named Nicholas Brent Butler and was born at Memphis' St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Butler also are parents of a son, George, nnd a daughter, Toni. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark have us their guests over the holidays, Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. O. B. Scott of Pnragould, Mr, Clark's father, P. G. Clark of Jonesboro, and Mrs. Scott's brother, J. O. EUROPEAN HARMONY-Age-old European feuds seem end as Hedl Kreugcr receives the best wishes of Nicole Droum, left. "Miss France." and Alexandra Ladikau, right, "Miss Greece," after winning the "Miss Germany" title in Hamburg. A special election was held by the International Miss Europe Beauty Committee Because they had neglected to choose a "Miss Germany." L/he tt/ature J^arenl Here's an Up-to-Date Look At 'Taking Up Thy Bed' . , . . lecture women on the importance Job what she will. If she looks on it | Simpson of Held City. Mich. The of keeping up with their husbands as a boring choro and feels like a throtiph the years take the iittitn: ! e; servant while -she gets a dull meal rencly for (he tnble, then she is go- Ing to perform the job of a servant. But if she pels interested in the thnt it Is what a wonwn docs outside her home that is important. They seem to assume thnl the only wny for n woman to grow Is to f;et out of her house ns often ns possible. And It doesn't m u c h in p. tier wlitit she docs, Just so that she does some- Ruth Mlllelt thing besides homem u I; Ing That women tnke such advice to heart is evidenced by the Clou flab- ing of women's clubs, where women nre likely to spend for more time In talking than In doing Mrs. Harwell Harris, nt one lime food editor of House Beautiful magazine nnd now Its reseirch editor has a different slnnt on the question of how a woman cnn best, keep pnce with her husband through the rs. •he thinks that the problem of ,ho young homemakor Is how to mnke the kind of home in which she will be happy to stay and work, ,nstend of feclhiR (tint she must out, of her hovise at, every opportunity. If she cnn do thnt, then she'll j ccep pnce. with her hu&bnnd. with-1 out running out on her Job, For, as I Mrs. Harris points out, men's do-1 -elopmcnt doesn't come from eohxg| to clubs where they study every-1 thing from Shakespeare to music ipnrcclation. It Is men's work thiU develops them and makes them In- lorestiUK. And so It cm be with lomemnkers — if thoy have the fi'hl attitude toward their job. Take the business of cooking hrce meals a day. Mrs. Harris history, the romnnce, the chemistry of foods — nnd miilics the planning and cooking of meals a creative activity — then sho'll not only be )vi> pier In her kitchen, but she'll be growing as a person. Clarks entertained at their newly completed home at 1032 Pecan yesterday with a drop-in. Mrs. Zeph O'Brien of Bloomfield, • Mo., hn.s arrived here to be the houseguest of her niece, Mrs. D. B. Mcllwnin, and to visit her grand- •. children, John Eugene, and Maryj Here's a dress that you can make in a few hours, requires very little upkeep, and it looks so fresh and Windmill Art Gallery charming. Pattern No, 8944 is in sizes 12, H, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size H, 4>i yards of 39-inch, For this pa ttern, send 30c in , CIUDAD REAL. Spain I.-D — A windmill, 52 feet high described ns the Mggcst in Spain and one of the largest In the world, has been COINS, your name, address, j Jf^" ^^" '^,° f r ^± Pl ^ sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER ' l e Mnncn " wl " c reglon ' Ims to Sue Burnett, BlythevilLe Courier news, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in plan- ring a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents toriay. [s the fjrst gt |n , he reconstruc . Uon of the windml n s wh)cn were pfven wor i d fnme throng Mfcucl { d e Cervantes' classic "Don Quixote." The new windmill, with three floors, is a museum for works by the local artist Gregorio Prielo, founder of the "Association of Friends of Windmills." MOTION TABLED-Marilyn Monroe sits atop a tavern table to illustrate—it says here— what gals were like when grandpa was a boy. She's dressed for her role in .20th- century Fox's "River of No Return," a lusty drama of gold sccl;ei's photographed against the scenery of central Canada. is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and son, Naval Avl- ! ation Cadet Russell Phillips, Jr., | who is stationed at Pensacola, Fla. i By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE WITHIN the past year, Mr. J. has lost four Jobs. Mrs. J., worried for their three children, says thnt he sleeps instead of looking for work. She writes'. "He says that, whenever he goes to answer an employment ad, someone else has always got there before him.'.' Once a bedridden man spolte almost those words to Jesus. He wanted not a Job. but a chance to step into a magically healing pool before others crowded him out. His complaints of hard luck were •gnored. His need for a magic pool was ignored. Jesus Just said. "Take up thy bed and walk." What is a bed's function? T h,e comfortable support of sleep, isn't it? A bed is of unconsciousness, So \ve begin to see that Jesus may have been really saying to the crippled man, "Put away your comfortable dependence on unawarervess— here of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Tom Brittnin. | Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and son, Ronnie, of Memphis nr rived here Thursday to spend thi holidays with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Thompson and Mrs. M. L. Hawkins. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Hocott are in Atlanta, On., where they met their son, Pvt. Lloyd Hocott, for the holidays. Pvt. Hocott is stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C. Miss Elizabeth Stevens of Oxford, Mi. c s., is the houseguest of Miss Beryl Bevil. Both nre students at Olc Miss. Children's Resort CHICAGO Ifi — If you see children studying Florida vacation folders these days, there's a reason. A new resort spot at swank Boco That is exactly what I'd like to say to Mr. J. He does not want a job. He is •^.depending on the comfortable idea *'that'He does, It he can discard its treacherous support and see that the truth is that he docs not want a job. we can begin ti> feeei hopeful and happy about Mr. J. For only then can we begin to understand why he has been manipulating failure for himself so consistently. There are many reasons why we don't want to work. Unrealized anger accounts for them all. We may get ourselves fired from Jobs because our brother with the college education doesn't have to work as hard as we do. We may be always too late for new ones out of resentment at a ipinster sister's larger share in the children than he did for us. But because we are unaware of our anger, we never tie it up to our odd resistance to work. Believing that the resistance is just "hard luck" or meanness in others, we feel, "Why should I exert myself when my brother's got it so easy " And so we go on blindly destroying ourselves with worry and idleness to avoid realizing how we want to destroy those who've hurt us. So "taking up" the Bed is refusing to be controlled by such anger. It's be ig through with hope for support by any energy but our own. It's an end to delusions of magical help. The bed gone, we'rs ready for the next step. Like the crippled man at the pool of Bethesda, we're ready to begin walking toward life firmly, like the free man we've made of ourselves. sale of the family farm. Box 'Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES' TODAY Double Feature Rntan, Florida, caters to children We mn y resist any emergency Job only. Children's Manor offers for b ecIU | 5C our father provided more] moppets from 4 to 12 years old a|, Eenero usly for our stepmother's l swimming pool, an outdoor roller j ° skating rink, miniature golf course, shuffle board courts and other activities. It's the idea of Mrs. Esther M. Hecht. a Chicago registered nurse. 'Foolish Fifties' Quiet Intruder OKLAHOMA CITY W)—Mrs Minnie Slaton. «, Oklahoma City, was puzzled when two policemen banging on her front door awakened her. They pointed out a window screen had been cut and the window was The front and back doors OMAHA Ifi — The sugar daddy in his "foolish fifties" really exists open. nnd he's usually pretty mixed lip also were open although Mrs. Slat- 'inotionally, says Dr. Francis J. on said she had locked them. Bracelnnd. psychiatrist-tn-chie! o!: The policemen looked under the I .he Institute of Life. Hartford, bed In which Mrs. Siaton had been ! 3onn. He told an Omaha Midwest sleeping, and found a 15-year-old Jlinical Society meeting: boy who admitted breaking "A fellow reaches 50 and realizes i 00 k for money. line is getting short. He may de- •ide that a change of Jobs or a change In wives will help him stay •oung for a while 1-inRer." The moon is still alive. Bui. says Dr. Braceland, he is sending out constant radio waves list fooling himself. | which Indicate a temperature below its surface of from 150 to 200 degrees above absolute zero — or about 100 degrees below zero centigrade. REPUBLIC PICTURE _AND— ROUTINE — With th* cosmetics available to her today, no housewife need thlnlc she husn't time to make herself pretty before br«ikr»t. It now takei only a f«w minutes to apply m«kt- up, ind to do It beautifully. Our housewife li u»lng a liquid rout* (left) which she tpplles In tiny dots, blendlnn them quickly. Her first step wn« to put on • minute make-up that combines foundation tod powder, lecand* Itttr tc«nUr) dw tppU«i t wttcrpiool mascara whose thickness makes just makes one coat necessary. She needs only another minute to stroke on eyebrow pencil, blot her lips and remov* excess mascara. Then after allpping on neat dress and combing her hair she is ready to pour coffee and make toast. Checking preparations In the kitchen (right) she touches up with the minute make-up as she smiles acceptance ol husband 1 ! compllmtnt. (he'll look her prlttieit at brttklnt. LITTLE L/Z— According to o woman, meet- Ing a man halfway means admitting she's right if he'll wrong. PUPPIES Foi Ttrrlcrs, Cocker Spaniels and English Shepherds. Parnkects-Mca! Pots bird! all colors. Beautiful chrome cages. Mexican Red Head Parrot. The PET SHOP 111 I. DKrfilon rti. M7S Serial "(.'apt Kidd" No. 2 & Cartoon SUN., & MON. Double Feature ...tVERY MOMENT ATHRILl! — CHAM.TON HESIOV— ARROWHEAD •ith MAIN ILAHCHAW I UNIVtRSAL-INKDMIlOIUl PICtlM METRO NEWS Men Rate Perfume As Girls Top Beauty Aid By NKA Beaut? Editor OP all grooming aids, which one do men consider most vital? Depending on whether they prefer the dramatic, sophisticated, tailored or ultrafeminine type, men will vote for or against nail enamel, hats, eye make-up, jewelry, and so on. But on this their vote 1« unanimous: perfume is nice. A man tends to associate a perfume with a certain girl. The perfume loses its own identity and becomes part ot the girl's personality. Consequently, it is Important to find your very own scent, the essence of you. as It were. The best way to do this is to purchase drams of the scents that most appeal to you after you hava tried them at the cosmetic mounter. Be sure to make your selections by testing on your skin rather than by smelling, since the skin's chemistry changes the bouquet of the perfume. Wear each scent at home for several days to test your own and others' reactions to it. Once you have found the perfume that best suits you, make it your very own by using it exclusively. The better perfumes are available in toilet water, cologne, soap, sachet, talcum powder and bath oil. So plan to build up a supply of your scent in the several forms. It will be a wise investment for two reasons: you will avoid' a conflict of scents and you will conserve your perfume. For added insurance that the stopper holds the perfume safely aura of your fragrance will al- in the charm, which can be filled ways be with you. carry a tiny purse easily with an eyedropper. PERFUME TOTER — ThtS career girl carries her special perfume on a charm bracelet. The heart-shaped flaconctte is an attractive conversation piece and good insurance that she will have fragrance wherever she goes. flacon for touchups. If you would like a perfume toter as a conversation piece, there is a charm bracelet available that features a heart-shaped flaconette. A screw ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLC.N at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Koxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double feature Program George Montgomery In DISNEY CARTOON FESTIVAL SUNDAY, MONDAY & TUESDAY CRAWFORD greater than ever! Mow you'll ie« her in color by TECHNICOLOR In the Intimate flaming love story behind the sultry notes of a torrid torch singer! SONG Co-Stmini .m, GIG YOUNG- AN M-C-M PICTURE sum Wu b, JOHN MICHAEL HAYES ind JAN LUSTIG • B.»4 on i Star,t.,!.».«.iniiE Ciredil b» CHARLES WALTERS • pwtad tr HENRV BERMAN ind SIDNEY FRANKLIN, J8. PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M

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