The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 7, 1955
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLB (AKK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 19BS Miss Millie Ann Mallory,' Society Editor News - Phone 8-4461 Prentis Jernigan Claims Bride In Ceremony In a ceremony solemnized recently in Jackson, Miss., Miss Nell Har grove, daughter of Mrs. Rex L. Hargrove and the late Mr. Hargrove, became the bride of Prentis Hoyte Jernigan, son of the Rev. and Mrs p. H. Jernigan of Bethel Springs Term., and former residents of Ely- theville. Vows were exchanged in the Parkway Baptist Church with the Rev Mr. Jernigan officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Ralph Hargrove of Mobile Ala., wore an original gown of Magnolia satin and Chantilly lace with bouffant skirt which fell into a cathedral train. ' Her veil of illusion fell from a coronet of satin and lace and her bouquet was a white orchid with feathered carnations. Mrs. J. L. Hardy, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Misses Patricia Myer, Judy Myer and Virginal Hargrove, cousins of the bride, and Miss Elawees Perrell and Mrs. Earl plah- arty. Linda Hargrove, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Skipper Jernigan, nephew of the bridegroom, was ring bearer. Freeman Jernigan served his brother as best man and ushers were Horace Napier, Tommy Harrison of Blytheville, Earl FJahaily, Donald Hargrove and Ruby Hargrove. After a wedding trip to Tampa. Fla., the couple will live in Jackson. For traveling the bride chose a jeweled dressmaker suit in mauve and her corsage was an orchid. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Reece Moore and baby, city Chfckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Russell Hays, city Charlotte Bates, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Estette Colston, city Fit For A Princess 8210 6-14 ytt. By Sue Burnett A darling school or party dress cut on simple, easy to sew princess lines. Trim with a collar, or not — make a sleeveless version for summer. Pattern No. 8210 is in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size 8, 2% yards of 35-Inch; '4 yard for collar. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevilie Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION The fall and winter '54 issue is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. W. M.BURNS Insurance Agency We have some good, well located homes in Blyhcvillc for sale. Also Farm lands and farm loans. Our insurance is in sound capital stock old line companies. We go your bond. Our service is as good a$ the best. Our office 219 West Walnul Phone 3-3861. Call or see M. Burns, Realtor Irfsuror CapUand Mrs, Eugene Blackwell and sons have left for California where they will make their home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell and children for the past several days. Irs. B. A. Bugs, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, Mrs. Lee Hill and Mrs. R. A. Copeland were guests yesterday at the Leachville Garden Club meeting in the home of Mrs. John Bearden. The Rev. Henry Applegate is 111 at his home. Jimmy Adkinson Is a patient in the Blythevilie Hospital. He is in Room 305. C. A. Vinson is a patient in the Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Reece Moore and infant son, Robert Reece Moore, Jr., are now at their home at Number Nine. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Morgan and daughter, Vicki, of Hot Springs n-e^e rtere to attend the funeral services of H. Highfill. while here they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Friend. Coming Events Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Jenkins. Mrs. Cameron Bridge Winners Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs Alta Cameron with a score of 43 points were winners in the five table Howell Masterpoint game played by the Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble last night. In second place were Mr. anc Mrs. Jim Roleson with 41'/ 2 points and Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, were third with 38 points. Jim Wallin 'of Little Rock and Bill Shannon of DeKalb, Miss. Were fourth with 37(/ 2 points. The league will conclude a six- week's series in the game to be conducted tomorrow afternoon ai Hotel Noble. Thursday Club Entertained by Mrs. Tanner Mrs. W. B. Tanner entertained members of the Thursday Club with a luncheon yesterday. An arrangement of Ivy and white carnations centered the table where the guests were seated for lunch. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and Mrs. E. B. Gee were winners in the bridge games played during the afternoon. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr . Minor Taylor entertained the mei. n his cJub with a supper Wednes'.ay night at his home in Keiser. Mrs. Herbert Hobbs was hostess o her bridge club Thursday afternoon. A dessert course preceded he bridge games. All members were jresent. Mrs. Thomas Berry of Tallahas- ee, Fla., Mr. and Mrs., Marry "Semmes of Baton Rouge, La., and drs. Mary Martin of Melwood ar- ive dthls week to visit Mrs .P. J. Semmes who is a patient in Osceola Memorial Hospital. The men of the First Christian Church held their regular monthly Fellowship Supper Thursday night. Mrs. Palmer Stanton was hostess to her canasta club at her home on West Semmes Thursday afternoon. A dessert course preceded the canasta games. Ninety-five attended the Fellowship supper at the First Presbyterian Church Wednesday night, following the supper the members icld their congregational meeting n which four new deacons were elected. They were Dr. Vanoe Gsrt- wright, Bill Cromer, Ress Carwile and Billy Chiles. Mrs, Bill Thomas was hostess to her bridge club Thursday afternoon. All members were present. Mrs. Thomas served her guests a dessert plate and coffee. Mrs. Milton Pope and Mrs. El- ,iott Sartain were Memphis shop- jers Wednesday. Melvln Lapides and Lefty Alexander were in Memphis Wednesday. Mrs. John A. Edrington and daughter, Melissa, will arrive over .he weekend from New London, Conn., where Mr. Edrington is sta- ioned. Mrs. Edrington and Melissa i will remain here for a month, while Mr. Edrington Is on a submarine cruise. She is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. V, Maloch and Mr. Edrington's mother, Mrs. Elsie Edrington. Miss Francile Maloch and Miss Carolyn Reid, students at the University, were home /or the holidays, returning to Fayetteville Sunday. Bob Chiles, Jr., stationed at Corpus Christi, has returned to his base after coming home to visit his father who underwent surgery In Memphis last week. Mrs. Lee Maxwell is spending two weeks with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Maxwell and daughter. Leaving here, she will return to her home in Brinkley. Mrs. Arthur Rogers was hostes to her bridge club Thursday. Th< guests arrived at one o'clock fo luncheon. Mrs. 0. M. Harwell and sister Miss Nell Rhodes, who spent tfo holidays with Mrs. Harwell's daughter, Mrs. Phil Burks and family in New Bedford, Va., returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Williams added touch of spring when she chose an arrangement of daffodils anc Dutch iris to center her dining table when she entertained the Town and Country Canasta Club Thursday for a luncheon. All members were present. Mrs. Charles Wiygul was hostess Thursday night when she entertained Club 17. Cherry tarts and coffee preceded the bridge games Mrs. Jack Sartain and Mrs. Garner Robbins were invited to join the members for the evening. Mrs. Harris Parks of Union City Tenn., returned to her home after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Harry Driver, and family. Special Service Conducted at EpiscopalChurch A feast of Lights Service was conduced at St. Stephen's Eplscopi Church last night at 7:30 by the Young Churchmen under the direction of E. J. Cure. This service was In observance of the Epiphiny Season. Following the service refreshments were served at the Parish House with Mrs. John D. McDowell hostess. ArmorelHDClub Has Potluck Luncheon-Meet Armorel Home Demonstration Club met at the home o^ Mrs. W. O. Anderson yesterday tor a potluck luncheon. Thtre were 13 members and two visitors, Mrs. Peggy Buchanan, and Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, present for the meeting. Mrs. Holiman gave a demonstration on textile painting and plans were discussed for the year's work In the recreation perior prizes In the recreation period prizes were won by Mrs. Holiman and Mrs. N. C. Patterson. CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service GEM THEATRE "Osceo/o's Finest' Last Times Tonight DON'T MISS IT! -AT REGULAR PRICES- IRVING BERLINS ,*, Color by <_TECHNICOLOR'«""< BINO DANNY ROSEMARY VT.RA- CROSBY- KAYE- CLOONEY- ELLEN toT nSm w* • "T* Country Club Meeting Place For Bridge Club The Country Club was the meeting place yesterday for the La Nueve Bridge Club when Mrs. Coleman Stevens was hostess. Mrs. Newton Whitis won high in the bridge games, Mrs. R. A. Green won second high and bridgo was awarded Mrs. Melvln Halsell. A dessert course was served preceding the bridge games. Guests Present When GEO Club Conducts Game Miss Pattye June Davis and Mrs. Tom Little. Jr., were guests last night when Mrs. Harold Davis entertained the GEO Club. Winners in the bridge games were Miss Jettye Claire Huffman, high Miss Davis, second high and Mrs. Joe McHaney, bridge. Party foods were served throughout the evening by the hostess. Eastern Star Has Installation Eastern Star officers was held nt the Masonic Temple Monday night when the outgoing Worthy Patron and Matron were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Alley and incoming Worthy Matron and Patron were Mrs. Earl Damon and Frank Ellis. The Installation opened with an adendum by the girls of the Rainbow .Assembly of Dlytheville. Mrs. W. A. Holllngsworth was organist for the drill. Miss Kak Blackard and Miss Pat Speck were introduced as Worthy Advisor and Associate Advisor of the Rainbow Assembly. Installing officer was Mrs. Raleiijh Sylvester. Mrs. Qus Bberdt was Installing marshnll, Mrs. W. A. Stick- mon, installing chaplain and Mrs. Holland Aiken was installing orgnn- ist. Special guests presented were Gys KITCHEN SAFETY — fn the interests of making her safer place to be, this housewife stores oil rags, mops and cloths away in covered metal cans. Check Up on the Kitchen kitchen a polishing By GAILE DUGAS NBA Women's Editor NEW YORK (NEA) — Your kitchen, probably the most stream- ined room in your house, is also the most dangerous room. Take a look around It (Not my kitchen, you think. I've all the icwest appliances and everything is arranged for complete efficiency.) A safety engineer would view the •oom differently. Checking your tltchen equipment and your working habits, he'd point out to you [he unsafe conditions that threaten your daily existence. Last year 5,000,000 men, women and children vere .victims of home accidents. Ac- cordnig to the National Safety Council, the kitchen was the place where most of these accidents occurred. What are the chances of faU'ng .n your kitchen? Last year, falls accounted for more than half the accidents in the home. Of these, 50 per rent proved fatal. Slippery floors often account for sliding falls and these are the most serious. Excess wax can cause slipping so the old adage about less wax and more rubbing is a good one to follow.. s There's only one really safe way to reach high shelves. And that's with a sturdy kitchen ladder. Nev- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m, Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRI., & SAT. Double Feature el use a chair, box or sixfoil tab! as a substitute. There are .two simple steps preventing a kitchen explosion. B sure to open Che oven doors to ven tilate it before lighting it and al ways .apply the match at the sam moment you turn on the gas. The electrical appliances which you're so proud aren't actual ly life-savers if the cords are fray ed or loose. Always keep electrica connections away from the sink HI and have a towel handy to wip your hands before you switch 01 an qwpliance. Have a stand fo your iron and if you're leaving thi kitchen (even for what you thin] will be a short length of time) switch off all appliances. Neter allow the children's toys it clutter up the kitchen floor, jus waiting to trip you. And teach you youngsters not to touch electrica appliances, . stove burners or pot and pans. Always turn the handle! smvavd so that chiJdren can't gra! for them. There should be a place for first-aid kit in your kitchen. And doctors recommend that such a ki contain a clinical thermometer sterile absorbent cotton balls, ster- .e gauze pads, roll bandages in several u'idlhs, adhesive bandages, an antiseptic, aromatic spirits of ammonia, a burn remedy, rubbing al- Listen to K.LCX at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rltz & Koxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY ROBERT DOUGLAS JOHN TWIST -."."."«. HENRY BLANKE DAVIO'VUTLER PARAMOUNT NEWS & SHORTS —AND— RAW! ^RAGING! RIOTING! Serial . "Batman" No 11 And Cartoon SUN., & MON. Double Feature "UNDER SUSPICION" With Jack Holt —AND— SHIRLEY BOOTH ROBERT RYAN MMJICMILUM.'UEXNICOL! JIKTRO NKWS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program BADMEJI& TECHNICOLOR PLUS CARTOON "SPARE THE ROD" SUN. • MON. • TUES. Mid-Week Club Has Luncheon In Ursey Home Members of the Mid-Week Club met at the home of Mrs. M. O. Usrey yesterday. An arrangement of mixed flowers centered the table where the (guests were seated for lunch. Winners in the bridge ganiqs following lunch wore Mrs. B. A. | Lynch and Mrs. Aubrey Conway. j Eberdt, acting grand Patron of the Grand Chapter of Eastern star of Arkansas, Mis, stickmon, member of the Student Loan Fund of the Grand Chapter, W. L. Walker, Envoy Shrine, Ei\rl Damon, Worshipful Master of Blythevilie Mnsonlo Lodge and Fred Boyett, Rainbow Dad. Refreshments were served aftw ' the Jmtallation, PARAMOUNT : NEWS & CARTOON "PJGS IS PIGS' cohol. medicine dropper, tweezers and a pair of scissors. : still feel like going out to (lie kitchen to get dinner? 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