The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1954 · Page 2
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January 2, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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FACT TWO 8I.YTHEVIL1J! (ARK.) COURIER NBW1 SATURDAY, JANUARY Z, 1954 - Society News - n.t Mullina Sivietv EMitnr ' Phone 44fi Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Dr. England Guest Speaker At PEG Meet SOC Dr. England 24 GB rtg Dr. Martha England of Nortn- hampton Mass., who is associated there with Smith College, was guest speaker yesterday to members of Chapter "N" of the PEO Sisterhood. Mrs. flion Kirby was hostess at UIP afternoon meeting of the group. Dr England, houseguest of Mrs. non-resident Former E. B. Jones, is member of the group, members attending were Mrs. W. H. Pease of Atlanta, Ga.. the houseguest of her mother, Mrs. H. C. Layson, Miss Dixie Crawford of Jonesboro, the houseguest of Mrs. Riley B. Jones, and Miss Allyce Nelson of Memphis, houseguest of the E. A. Nelsons. Dr. England, who used as her her subject "Music," discussed the summer she spent studying and touring Europe and England. She described numerous music festivals she attended while there. Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., presided during the business session, and at the refreshment table later in the afternoon when coffee and party foods were served. Nineteen members attended. Marriage Licenses The following couples have applied for marriage licenses at the office of thec ounly clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Biythe Parker: George T. Blayloek and Gladys Jane Wooldrldge, both of Blytheville. John Stanley Sonokowiskl of Chicago and Mary Lou Warrlngton of Blytheville. Bits of News 11lowy f- e LIGHTWEIGHT SNOW SUIT — Warm but lightweight snowsuit is completely washable, has all nylon lining. Suit fabric is or- lon taffeta, can be hand-washed, in lukewarm suds, rinsed and hung to dry overnight. It will be ready to wear, without pressing, next morning. By Gail Dugas, NEA Woman's Editor. Practical' Time- Saving Guests Entertained At Drop-In Party Given in Heinicke Home Continuing the numerous holiday events being given in Blytheville. an out-of-Lown guest was complimented last night at a drop-in party for jibout 20 guests. Mrs. Adolph Heinicke was hostess at her home last night to Miss Maybiah Cooke of Little Rock and Rupert (Buzzy) Grafton. Miss Cooke is the houseguest of Mr. Crafton and liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Both are students at University of Arkansas. For the party, Miss Cooke wore n gold taffeta cocktail gown, with gold scQViins nnd other ornaments adorning the collars. Mrs. Heinicke was assisted in entertaining by her sister, Mrs. T. Wade Jeffries. A Christmas tree, with the mantel adorned by an arrangement of magnolia provided Yuletide decorations. Completing the setting, the dining room table was enhanced by a large central design' of white gold, white and silver. Featured in the centerpiece were a Christmas tree of white with silver and gold bells, and white reindeer with a white sleigh adorned with gold bows. Silver beads and baubles were used throughout. Flanking the centerpiece were silver candelabra holding white tapers tied with silver maline and gold bows. Other holiday decorations were -seen in entertaining rooms. An out-of-town guest attending was Miss Llewelyn White of Osceola. New Ydjir's Open House Held In Tom A. Little, Jr., Home Mrs. Eric Ray and her «on, Eugene are sprnding this week end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blankenship and daughter, Edna, In Jackson, Tenn Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Caldwell of Atlanta, Ga., are returning to theii home after spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. Blankenship. Mr. Caldwell Is attending Georgia Tech. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stalling! and son, Charles.Roy, of Normandy, III., spent the Yuletide holidays with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. suitings and other relatives. They have Just returned to their home. Leaving last night for their home were Dr. Alba Meade and sister, Miss Helen Mead of Memphis, who spent the New Year vacation with Drs. Carl and Edna Niet. Guest of Miss Joan Earls and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earls is Miss Joanie Gilbert of Prescptt, Ark., who arrived Wednesday. J. W. Bader of Lilbourn, Mo., formerly of Blytheville. is a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospit::l. Mrs. Bader is with him. Mrs. G. W. Pyles was admitted to Campbell's Clinic In Memphis today where she will undergo treatment for to days. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Brackin have returned from Sanford, Pit., where they were holiday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Bill Worsley and family. MaJ. and Mrs. W. H. Pease left 'oday for their home In Atlanta, Ga., after spending the holidays :iere with her family. They were accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. H. C. Layson. Also visiting the Leysons was their son, Bryce Layson, of Jackson, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Fort of Clarksville, Tenn., are here visiting ler mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan, and family. Mrs. Vance Alexander and children of Memphis, are here to be louseguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Miss Beverly Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Jones, joined CHINA MENDED — This thrifty homemaker mends broken "china with household cement and clear tape, which she will remove when the cement hardens. Osceolo News B; BETTYE NEU.E STAKB A Now Year's Open House wns Riven, Inst night lit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., with Mr. and Mrs. Elan S. Heath as co-hosts for the affair, which wns attended by 100 friends. Guests calling between the hours of seven and 10 o'clock, includec number of out-of-town guests They were Miss Miml Lowery o Paducah, Ky. t Bryce Layson Jackson, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. W H. Pease of Atlanta, Ga.. Dr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas of Little Rock Mike Cunningham of Caruthers- yille and Miss Mary Jo Hall of Washington, D. C. Bed roses and poinsettias presenting n festive holiday appearance were used throughout the house. In the dining room, a bouquet nf bright red carnations In- tersperseo" by holly boughs wae 8029 MO yn, Sue Burnett Sturdy play clothes for small fry that take a lot of wear and tear, save time for mother In making and upkeep. Pattern No. 8029 Is in sizes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 years. Size 3, long pants, Hi yards of 39-inch; Jacket, IV'i yards; jumper, 1% yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chl- caeo 6, III. 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. Birthday Party Is Given in Home Myra Frances Booker was honored on her birthday with a party Thursday evening, when she was eight years old. Party game prizes were awarded to May Tom Stephenson and Jackie Middleton. Refreshments were served. Later Mrs. Upton Booker, the tionoree's mother, entertained them with a theater party. RHEUMATIC ARTHRITIC VICTIMS Whrerf Fut« Relief Fnn Pi« A m.l»]> bterlo Co.W T.kl.l. Quick. ^m Itr '* m '"" lnl««ne«. Will M ii.om,,,. R c ,j,, re , „„., td4 HTlnj -wick, longer l..il,,» MM (,, j^.. °" '""''"" *•"• ''•'" ""iw KIKRY DRUG STOKES for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M ither Arkansas State College cheer- eaders Wednesday in Jonesboro. They attended the Arkansas State- !ast Texas state game at the Tan- ;erine Bowl in Orlando, Fla., last light. They will return to school an. 5. Miss Maybian Cooke of Little tock, and Rupert (Buzzy) Crafton •ere to leave today for Little Rock or the week end before returning o the University of Arkansas, where hey are students. Miss Cooke has pent several days here with Mr. irafton and his parents, Mr. find Irs. Rupert Crafton. Miss Mary Jo Hall plans to leave oday for her home in Washington, C.. after visiting her mother. Mrs. A. G. Hall, for several days. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Dunkley during the New Year's h«Jidays are her sister, Mrs. Bill Thomas, Dr. Thomas and children of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith were dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Natalia King and their granddaughter, Miss Janet King in Memphis on Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shippen and hildren Charme and Eddie of Lake Providence. La., are visiting their parents this week. Mrs. Bob Cramer had as her holiday guests, her daughter, Mrs. Bill of Maiden, Mo., were here Thursday to attend the party given at Blytheville Country Club. They were houseguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Heath, and were accompanied home by Gini Henth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blan S. Heath. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brogdon will spend tomorrow in Maiden, flanked by silver candelabra holding green and white slender tapers. Presiding at the table were Miss Vera Goodrich, Mrs. B. F. Brogdon, Mrs. Eloise Nicholson and Miss Patty June Davis, Mo., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell. Graham Partlow and his parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. G. Partlow, have as their guest Miss Delia Shippen of Osceola for several days. Tomorrow', Miss Shippen will return to Ole Miss and Mr. Partlow to University of Arkansas. Pvt. Charles S. Henderson has arrived home to be the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, for two weeks before returning to Camp Chaffee. Pvt. Henderson has recently completed his basic training. Puller, Mr. Fuller and children. Shopping in Memphis Tuesday >.'.">•'? ?"rs. C. E. Sullenger, Mrs. V. G. Ms -si, Mrs. Jesse Cramer, Mrs. A. L. Boyce, Mrs. Bob Howerton, Mrs. Spencer Driver and Mrs. Marshall Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones, Sr., held a family reunion at their home on Ciiri.stm.is day when their children and their families gathered at the home for the first reunion in 11 years. Attending were M/Sgt. and Mrs. John DeBois and children, Kathy. Alice, and Charlotte, of Lake Charles, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jones of Texarkana and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jones, Jr., and son of Osceola. The Osceola Progressive Club will meet Tuesday for luncheon preceding their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Georgia Fletcher, m the absence of Mrs. Jesse Cramer, is chairman of the food committee. Arthur Brickey spent Christmas in St. Louis with his wife who is attending her aged parents during their illness. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Massie announce the birth of a baby son born ! Thursday at the Osceola Memorial Hospital. This, is their sixth child. | Mrs. S. L. Gladish is a patient in the Osceola Memorial Hospital. I Mrs, Don Phillips of Luxora also! is a patient in the Osceola Hospital. I Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle, Jr..' have returned to their home in i Sikeston after spending ten days with home folks here and with his j sister, Mrs. Raymond Cotner and i family in Wilson. Mrs. Jesse Cramer and Mrs. Bob Howerton will leitve Sunday morning for * visit with frlendi and relatives In Mississippi ind Ala- twnia. They will be gont until Friday. \ Farmers once used barley gralni as units of measure, three grains making an Inch, according to th« Encyclopedia Brltannlca. WRECKER SERVICE Tom Little Jr. For fast dependable wrecker and tow service pleau call me I have (he largest, beat equipped wrecker In this part of the country .. No job too large ... No Job too (null Phone 4422 Night 0074 Phone 07/4 BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. it PUPPIES Fox Terriers, Cocker 'Spaniels and English Shepherds, Parakeets—Ideal Pels Young birds .til colors. Beautiful chrome cages. Mexican Red Head Parrot. The PET SHOP 133 S. Division Ph. 80*3 IMwrAos The BIGGEST selling job in town Here in the classified section of your newspaper . .. you meet personally those people who are really in the market for what you have to offer. They read your message because thew want to hire or he hired, to huy, sell, to rent , or to do you a service. Within minutes after your paper appears YOU GET RESULTS THROUGH THE WANT ADS! Ads placed before 5 p.m. will appear next day/ except for Monday's paper when ads must be placed by noon Saturday. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS WEAVING Tears Ladies & Men's Garments WHY PAY MORE? RUTH McCLANAHAN —SKIL WEAVER— 421 E. 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