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January 4, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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•Aflt m.YTHRVIM.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWI MOKDAT. JANUARY 4, MM - Society News — w-i U..IH.. (EnnUtu Rrfitnr ' Phone 446 P«t Mulllns, Society Editor ]oupleToBeMarriedHereFriday '«r. «nd Mrs. Jo* Henry Blank. uhta> ol Savannah, Tenn., and unwrly of Blytheville announce engagement and approaching rrlMce of their Daughter, Miss ln» Mae Blankenship, to Harold agent Ray, son of Air. and Mrs. rlc Bay of Blytheville. They will be .married Friday [ht »t Number Nine Baptist urch. The bridegroorii-elect, who Is as- related with Hubbard Hardware mpany, is a member of the 1954 aduatlng class. He is a member th« Future Farmers of Amer- .Club and the D. E. Club. omily Reunion Held Here Among the holiday celebration Ing place this week' end wa t of Mr. and Mrs. Eligh sin's family of Blytheville. At their home for the occasio re their children, Mr. and Mrs eodore F. Ivey and son, Don , of San Francisco, Calif.. Mis rjorie Swain, Mrs. Leon Eth ge and children, David and >orah Lynn, all of Memphis and Mrs. Joseph W. Perrj _ sons, Roy and Gregory, o cago, HI., and Leonard Swain buffet luncheon was served. ops In Junior eparates • A stunning two piece dress for arly spring wear that's as young nd charming as can be. Make ( lth contrast, or in monotone. Pattern No. 8059 is in sizes 11, 12, I. 14, .16, 18, 20. Size 12,3 yards of Mnch; IVj yards contrast. Tor this pattern, send 30c In IOINS, your name, address, size de- red, and the PATTERN NUMBER > Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier lews, 372 W. Quincy Street, Cht- igo e, in. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and ?lnter, is a complete guide in plan- ing a practical, sew-simple ward- jbe. -Gift pattern printed inside le book. Sent 25 cents today. Miss Blankenship Spring Party Is Planned By Osceolans OSCEOLA — The Osceola Progressive Club will sponsor a Spring 1 party on Feb. 16 at the library building. The theme of the party, "The Natchez Pilgrimage,' ivill be a pre-vlcw showing of col oved films of the 30 ante-bellum homes that will be on the tour when the Pilgrimage begins on Feb. 27. Mrs. Thomas P. Hughes, Jr., of Jackson, Miss., state publicity chairman on "Rosalie," one of the homes on display, will bring the ilms to Osceola, and will be nar- ator for the showing. Mrs. James B. Peaster of Paradise Plantation, Tchula, Miss., who is Rosalie hos- ess chairman, will present the program along with Mrs. Hughes, vho Is the, former Miss Eleanor Day of Osceola. Mrs. John W. Edrington, gcner- 1 chairman, has named chairmen nd co-chairmen. Included are ilrs. Lee Wesson, Mrs. George "'lorida and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, ar- angements; Mrs. R. H. Jones, Mrs. David Laney and Mrs. H. E. Phillips, publicity; and Mrs .Hary Matlock, Mrs. Bob Qillespie nd Mrs. Roy Cox, hostess. Tickets will go on sale this week t the following lirms: Dane Ferus, Swift Furniture Company. Mississippi County Bank, Planters Bank and Massengill Drug Coin- my. Proceeds from the party will go i Mississippi County Library Building fund. Duplicate League Plays Game At Hotel Noble Members of the Dupllcat Bridge League met Saturday af ternoon for a weekly bridge set slon at Hotel Noble, when » six table Howell movement was con ducted. Winning first place were Mrs Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. D Chamblln, with 73 points. Mrs. C C. Counclllc and Mrs. O. W. Cop pedge won second place with 6 points. In third place were Mrs Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Georgi Wlggs, with 58 points. Thursday night's cession will be a masterpolnt game ending a six week's series. On Jan. 14. a spe clal winner's game will be con ducted. Lighting a top burner on a gas ;ove can be dangerous, so do it care Jlly. First light the match, then urn the gas on all the way and ap- ly match, adjusting the size of the iame after the match is blown out. Automatic washers will do their est job of cleaning if the home- laker is careful to have plenty of •nter, uses a suitable detergent, oesn't overload the washer, and as an appropriate mixture of clo- ics in the load. Really "SOCKS" RHEUMATIC, ARTHRITIC PAIN Thousands arc grateful for ilic way the alicylate action of C-2223 speeds relief D rheumatic, arthritic, muscle pain, rtany call it "the old reliable," use it ime and again to enjoy mort pleasant jeriods of greater comfort I Price of first wttle back if not satisfied. Get C-2223. t The'Worth More car i declares a i DIVIDEND \ .. for 54 See it Phillips Motor Co. Broadway A Chickaiawba Phon* 4453 Coming Events Moitd*? Woman's Auxiliary of St. Ste phen's Episcopal Church has a.m. meeting with Mrs. Carson Alley. Tuesday East Side Garden Club has 2:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. B. A Bugg. Wednesday Col. John Martin Chapter Daughters of American Colonists meet with Mrs, Hays Sullivan a 10 a.m., followed by 12 o'clock potluck luncheon. Mrs. Baker Wilson 1.1 hostess to the Wednesday Club at the Coun* try Club. Thursday Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Allen Bushing at 512 North Eleventh street at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble for mas terpolnt game and end of six- weeks series. If your kitchen vegetable garden is not yet planted, make a plan on paper before you put seeds in the ground. It ,is much easier to make changes on paper than to correct errors ftfter the vegetables are in the ground. If wool blankets are brushed with steel-bristled dog brush on a stiff-bristled nylon hair brush after washing, they are more easily restored to their original size. Before you use your carpet sweeper, pick up all hairpins and other sharpe objects which could damage the mechanism. Empty the sweeper on a damp newspaper to help hold flying dust in check. Cox Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ....CHUCK CONNORS! E'DWIN'OUJM • ARTHUR UI'BIN —AND— METRO NEWS TUBS., WED., & THURS. Double Feature AKHPHtKNIOlKUCIlUHU. MIIDEII-MX NIUEI y —I ma am i mm wn.-T «"' •*"•: • —AND— Mr. Robinson Crusoe Douglas Fairbanks Cartoon "Boo Hoc Baby" SUDS A NICE it's not d C.K7ldV .0 < Saurd., night was UK. ,n gre-M^dm.-. time. THE "HOVER GIRL"—That would be Patricia Thomas of Menio Park, Calif., so nominated because she "can make any general or private spin in his rotor tracks and enjoys hovering around the boys in a helicopter." Lucky instructor who's showing oil the Killer 23-B at Ft. Sill, Okla., is Capt. J. W. Maschmann. One way to put out i small fire n the kitchen is to sprinkle hand- fulls of baking soda on It. Never put water on a grease fire. ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KJLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy .Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY GIVE A GIRL A BREAK : MUSICAL & MARGE md COWER CHAMPION DEBBIE REYNOLDS | Paramount News & Selected Shorts TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY A ; : -" tornado of adventure from WARNER BROS. Pleat*, Davt — don't go out th«r«r LEX BARKER- PHYLLIS KIRK J. PLUS SELECTED SHORTS At the Hospitals BlythevUle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Roy Eggensperger, Armorel O. B. Payne, Leachville Ricki Dowdy, Manila Mrs, R. A. Copcland, City Airs. James Penningtonn, City Berlin Dulaney, City Mrs. Nellie Estes, Reiser Mrs. L. C. Sivage and baby, Manila Walls Hospital Dimissed: Mrs. Billy Lambert, City Mrs. Ruth Bryans, City Mrs. Betty Whittaker, Steele Mrs. Elmo Hamilton and baby, City Mrs. Betty Haynes, City Guy Gean, City Mrs. Ernest Flagg, City Jeanette Scrape, City Billy Wayne Bagwell, City Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Arch Bcird spent th« New Year holidays In Bragg City, Mo., with their son, the Rev. and Mrs. James Beard. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and children, Herbert and Deenya Ann and Hugh Tyrone, returned from Ontario, Canada, after visit- Ing with Mr, and Mrs. John Bain for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons, Jimmy and David, spent this week end in Slkeston, Mo., as the g-jests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tyrone and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tyrone. Miss Peggy Zachry has returned to Jonesboro, where she attends Arkansas State College, after spending a two-week's holiday vacation with .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zachry. pvt. Lloyd Hocott, who is a patient in an Atlanta, Ga.. hospital, is reported improved this morning. Pvt. Hocott, who had joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John} p. Hocott of Blytheville in At-t lanta, for the Christmas holidays,! was hospitalized Christmas day' with double pneumonia. Mi. and Mrs. Hocott returned to Blytheville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allensworth were visited during, the past week by their daughter, Mrs. Lavcll Poe. Mr. Poe and children, Jimmy and Jamice, of Flint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hall announced the birth of their first child, a daughter, whom they have named Marsha Lee. She was born Dec. 2r at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Hal' is the former Miss Lavada Lee. Mrs. C. W. Afflick was accompanied to Memphis today by Dr. Martha England, who will visit a day with the Vance Norfleets of Memphis before retrning to North Hampton, Mass where she is associated with Smith College. | Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hughes, Jr., and daughter returned home today by plane from Wichita Palls. Tex., where they visited her parents. They were met in Memphis by Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Sr., whom they accompnaied home. i Naval aviation cadet Russell Phillips returned to Pensacola, Fla.. last night after spending the holiday weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. : Phillip. Airman 3c JMk Hora* WM to return today to Lowrjr Air Kre» Bate In Denver, Colo., i(t«r vMtlnc bis parents Mr. »nd M»». W. U Horner. Din Atkins, who spent the holidays with his grandmother Mra. J. C. Harnkh had as his guest thli week end, David Davila of Cnuei, Cub*. Both of the boys attend Ou«- chlta College at Arkadelphia. and returned there last night. Pvt. Ruble Evans Austin ha» re- turend to Port Smith, where he li stationed after a three-day visit here with his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Austin, of Gosnell and Mrs. Mary. Elgin Montgomery of Burdette. He was accompanied back to Fort Smith by his wife and mother and by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forshee. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Nelson. Mrs. Dennis Flowers and children. Kenneth and Mary Jane, -returned from Rockford, 111., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. James Allen Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Acie Punch for several days this week. PROTECT YOUR FAMILY Protect your family by visiting our Funeral Home and learning the details of Funeral procedure and costs. Holt Funeral Home Phone 4571 [E DIETRICH tells you "HOW TO BE "When the Journal editors asked me to write an article, I was astonished and honored. I had never written anything, or even authorized a by-line, but the subject intrigued me. I wrote it to remind you of your own feelings when you started to love—your own richness of heart . . . which you still have, but may have neglected in this hectic, rushing life of ours. You will read rny sincere beliefs on love and how lobe loved in the Ladies' Home Journal." 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