The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 19, 1951
Page 4
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PACK roira BLTTKEVILLE (ARK.V OOUKIKR NEWS TKUWffJAY, APRTL H, Society A/ewA *t m • Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phoua 4461 May- I Double Ceremony Is Being Planned A double ceremony on May 1st is being planned by Miss Sammye Ruth Gray who will be married to BlDy Ghohton of Polls Camp, MLs.s., and Miss Virginia Incite Chrestman ' who will vied Billy Taylor. Miss'oray, who makes her hoioe in Memphis and Vicksbuig. Miss., & ihe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gray ot Dyess. Mr. Gholston is now serving with the U, B. Navy and is. stationed in Bremerton, Washington. Miss Chrestman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chresiman of Dyess and makes her holfce In West Memphis. Mr. Taylor makes his home in West Memphis where he is connected with the West Metnphis Laundry. The brides-elect were members of the 1949 graduating class at Dyes.s High School. They were members of the school debate team, Glee Club, ' Spanish and Career Clubs. Plans will be announced later for the nuptial exchange. Mixed Blooms Add Spring Touch to Bridge Party . Lending a spring touch to the Herman Turner home last night for the bridge patty honoHng the TLE Club and gitesUs, were the tulips, gladioli and appleb!o5snms which filled blows set about ihe entertaining room. Mrs, Max Hart, Mrs. Jimmy Mart. Mrs..A. B, Smith. Mrs. J. B. Hughes were the group's guests. In the bridge game, Mrs. Jimmy Hart was high score winner, Mrs. Max Hart, second high winner and Mrs. William Lambert, bridgo. A salad course was-served. Bits of News rf/oil'y f-'ti-jonaf Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Basey o( JoHei-, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robinson of Little Rock »re gu«sU of Mrs. Mary 1 Drake. Mrs. Bernard Ooocli is spending today In Memphis. Mrs. C. M. Gray, Mis. Ivcrjson Morris and Mis. G. W. DilUhunty were In Forrest City yesterday where they attended tlie Arkansas Council of Church Women conference. Mrs. James H. Wykcr of Co- hiciibia. Mo., national president-, addressed the group. Mrs. Russell Clune and Mr. and Mrs. David Ridgley are in Memphis today. Mrs. B, P Gay ha.s as her KUCst, her skier. Mis. India San- Alhcrl Pair-field ders of Chicago Heights, 111. Mis. E. M, Regenolrt is in Battle Creek Sanitorium. Battle Creek, Mich. The Rev. H. L. FlobLson and stutk , nls> nave 1)ren mothei 1 , Mrs. Mary Roln.son of Lnx- Warrrn McClure — ora were Wednesday guests of Mr. Four Guests Play Canasta Wilh Club Four guests played canasta last night with the Twin Table Club when,.Mrs. T. . E. Drugmand and Mrs! C. S. Cook were hostesses at the Drugmand home for the bimonthly game. Small tables were set up for the club and guests, Mrs. B. G. Canada, Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. Ed Bunch and Mrs. H. J. 1 Voder i"![ avc |[ P Showr the entertaining room. Iris filled -' Ltle ^ llo « c • mail bowls set about Uie room. U\l McDcVinotl Home Mrs. Drugmand was high score winner. Mrs. Ewell McCollum took; Mrs rjharles McUcrmott was luis- prc-j less i llsl ^g^ at HC1 . | lomc to 24 Open Mouse Compliments C. K. Cni>t>er, Sr. Open house at the C. E. Crisgcr home on West Walnut last night observed the 84th birthday of C. E. Cii^Rcr. Sr. McmlH'i.s of the family called during the evening to extend "Happy Uii thdays" to ihn -ruest of honor. Party foods, cuke :iml coffee were scn'etl throughout the evening. Vello\v and white tulips vi'rre combined to form the serving table center design. Gliutioli and tulips Lent a Jcstii'e rtir to the reception and entertaining looms. 70lh Birthday Observed With Dinner Parly ' Violcls lop lables At Dessert Bridge Clusters of violets lopped the small tables set up in the home ol Mrs. Robert I. Thompson hist night for the dessert bridge honoring the weekly club, GIB. tris wcre set about the room to complete the floral setting for the occasion. Mrs. Thomson further repeated the floral I home in the iris ndorned tallies used. Mrs. Denver Wilson won high score. Mrs. ilarold Nuim, second high and Mrs. W. H. OKecfc bridge in the bridge game. The lOtb Mi-tliday of Mrs. Mnry! Drake \va.s observed Tuesday nL ttic| home or her daughter, Mrs. Homer | Fisher, \\ith a dinner party Tor; nine guests. Mrs. Drake uns pre.stmtcd "ift. 1 ; from the guc.sls following dinner. Later the utrtiuln.v cake was cut nmi served with ice cream. Special guests Tor Ihe cclobrnllon were other daughters of the hon- oi-ee, Mrs. Honnie Basey and Mr. Bascy of Joliel. III., and Mrs. Carol Robinson and Mr. Robinson of Little Hock. nented gifts to the guest, 1 :. guests \vho to shower as- Coffee and cake were served lol- ,.„,.,„, |aycUc girts ,,„„„• Ml ,. ral|1 lowing the game. • - t * Activity Plans Made By Sorprity Chapter McDanlel -Seated in the entertaining room Ipr the evening iof party games, prizes ivcre awarded Mrs. I. D. Mc- Oermott, Mrs. Bobby McDanlel and Mrs. Noel McDiiniel. Low bowls filled with iris were set about the rooms In which the Plans were made for the Mav 1st , celebration of Founder's Dav and I cv <" " K ™ s ''T'n . , , „ ! After Mrs .McDaiuM had opened assorted gifts frosted drinks Installation of officers, Dermott. Tuesday I, night by the Alnha Altiha Chapter , , , , of Beta Sigma Phi at their V * nfl cafce wcre scrved b - v Mrs " montnly meeting. , Mrs. Lewis Henderson and Mrs. Joe McHaney were hostesses at the McHaney home (or the evening. • Founder's Day will be observed with a banquet at Hold Noble followed by the installation, it was agreed. - Earl Wilson of Sherwin-Williams gave a demonstration and discussion of Interior Decorating and Color Guide in the program portion following. He was assisted by George Boyette. A social hour followed the closing ritual. Central P. T. A. Has Final Session Of School Year A business-program session hiijh- is-hted with the installation of 105152 olficers. yesterday composed the (inal meeting activities of the tral Parent Teachers Association. Mrs. L*. J. Cure president, opened the meeting with the P'l'A prayer. In the business session following. Mrs. Alton Jaggers announced thai the summer roiiiul-np would be Thursday May 10 at the Comity Health Office. It u'ns announced by Mrs. Joe Walsh, that through the cooperation of 15 families the 1051 World Book Encyclopedia hart been presented to the School. In the room count, the third grade of Mrs. William Racier and the fifth grade of Miss Sunshine Swift were awarded attendance prizes. Mrs. John Caudill opeifed the program with the president's mea- sase. j '• Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was hi charge of the installation ceremony in which Mrs. Cure was re-installed as president. The program was concluded with group singing. The 'sixth grade mothers were nostossc^ for the social hour following foiv.thc 56 members. and Mrs. R. E. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis N'atou of Memphis were overnight guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Robert, C. Clincher and t amity at Uicir home near Ynr- bio. Mr, and MIS. Naion were en route lo SI, Louis where they will vacation (01 two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Nelson will -spend the weekend ai their cottage al Bear Creek. , Mrs. Ralph L. Ociley of 1-exing- \ ton, Ky., hus arrived lo be with her mothei', Mrs. Virgil Greene, who underwent surgery yesterday at Wails HaspiUI. Condition of Arch Lincl.sey, who ha.s been a patient at Walls Hospl- ml since Monday, following a heart attack, is reported as slightly improved. Miss Billie^ Riehard.son Left yesterday for Helena after spending .several days here with her parents. Mr. and Mr.s. H. T. Richardson, , McClure Win Scholarships Albert Fail-field and Warren McClure, Blyllieville High School nwarctecl scholarships lo the lOtli annunl session of the Egyptian Music Camp, Ouiitioln, 111. The scliolarstiips are offered each year by the Blythcvllle Wonians Club. Dr. EdnaNies « jrcle Hostess Dr. Edna Mies was hostess »t her uome (a Circle Seven, the Business Womens Circle of the First Baptist Church, Tuesday night for R program meeting. Mrs. Carroll Evans and Mis. L. C. RollLson were guests with the 10 members. Mif.s Minnie Foster was In charge of the program which she opened with n devotional. Miss Foster was a.ssistcd in presenting the program, "Yearning Youth" by Mrs. OUs Sheppard and Mrs. R. F. Kerbough. Mrs. FA'ans s[K>ke to the group on the subject. "Our Responsibility Toward Youth." Circle prayer closed the session. Dr. Nies served party foods. Students award by are .selected lor i committee from tiie Club in cooperation with school official.*;, . Albert is the srtn cf Mrs, A. B. Fail-field ot Little Rock, and grandson of Mrs. W. I. Demon ol Bly- thovillo, A Junior in high school, tie plays first trumpet in ihe school \ bcrt Waller. University i.lcClcire, plays a clarinet in the hand. He Is a member of the Junior C\RXS. • Box Elder H. D. Club Convenes A business program meeting of the Box Elder Home Demonstration Club wa.s held recently at the home of Mrs. N'ola MeicaK. Roll cull wa.s atiMvcrod by telling the amontit of money which should be -saved each month by dry cleaning clothes at home. Airs. Gerlrwie Holiman, Home The music camp will convene ''- Demonsttaimn Agent, gave a dcm June 4 to June 30 in (our one week i onstration of dry cleaning for Ihe sessions, Instructors for the school will Include, /iolin. John Whartcm. Southern Illinois University. Gil- Coming Event* Social CaUnda* ! band. Wan . ell> son „, Mr _ Den LeMastcr. Professional trumnet player. St. Louis. Mrs. Old Entertains At Counlry Club Mrs. I,. E. Old. Jr., was hostess yesterday at the Country Club for a luncheon, followed by an afternoon of playing bridge, entertaining the Wednesday Club. Purple parrot, tulips topped the table at which limchcim was served. In the bridge game following. Mrs. Old took high scoro. and Mrs. \V. J. Pollard, second hip,h. Senior Class To Stage Play "Backwoods Romeo" will be presented tomorrow night, by the senior class of Ar morel High School. The three act. comedy Is under the direction of Mrs. C. D. Watson and will be staged in the school gymnasium. The cast includes. Cooper Huffman, Ray Finney. Clinton Ahbolt, ^ary Ella Ray, Joyce Bowling, Rowcna Hughr.s. Joscphme Hicks. Naomi White. Betty Jo Morris and Jan Lott. Bobble and I Dorothy Lott, [ men, will take supporting roles. Virginia Henson is student director." Mary Ann Dobb-s, Doris Bradshaw, 'Forward Steps' Studied by Group "Forward Steps" were studied by Ihe Number Nine Junior Girls Auxiliary who met yesterday afternoon at the school. Martha Hart presided over the j and Girls Auxiliary Allegiance were meeting which opened with prayer] studied. Al Flip Hospitals Rlythevllle Hospital . Dismissed: R. A. Eades, Sr.. City Norman Speck, City Don Glnscow. Caruthersville J, A. Lndrt, Cooler Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. A 11011110.1. Dell Mrs. Mary Perry, Huffman Donald Ray Ijons, Armorcl Mrs. Bill Smith. Armorel Jeanne Campbell. City Mrs. K. J. Edwards and baby, Steclc Albeit Graves, Kennetl RUTH MILLETT This Indolent Wife Is Driving Her Husband Away Hy KUTII MILMSTT, NEA SUfl Writer Any wffc Is foolish v,'ho doesn't make a home a place where n man is comfortable, where he feels important, anct where he can find pence to work or relax at the dav'a end. Yet here is A young wife who, through Indolence, is neglecting all of those important points, She steeps l^te in the morning while her husband gets up and cooks his own breakfast., or if he is in a hurry, leaves for work without, oating. Hiding behind the excuse that two small children keep her 50 busy she can't keep up with her work, she seldom has dinner ready when her husband comes home at night. She presses him into service as soon ^-s he gets home, demanding help with the children, the meal, the dishes, etc. Then she decides 13 members and three guests, Mrs. Vatla Osburn. Mrs. Lois O.sburn and Mrs J. W. Osburn. Refreshments were served! following the adjournment. the ideal time to get- the washing done is when the children are asleep —and so she starts on that. UKE A BOILER FACTORY Her husband claims that In the evening their small house sound like a boiler factory. If he has paper work to do at night, he has to go j somewhere else la find a rjuiet place j to work. i That young wife is, by her own | lack of foresight, driving her lius-1 band away from her. i What comfort does home olfer a j man. if his meals aren't even considered Important? How can he feel that he is important to his wife. if she doesn't understand his need for rest and recreation or a quiet place lo work in the evening? It may take a good deal of or- j ganization and more effort than she! is puKinj? into her job as she Is! Association Meets !n Coats Home The Number Nine Cemetery Association met for an evening o[ handiwork Monday at Ihe home of Mrs. Frank Coats. Thirteen members attended the doing it now, but this wife could make the kind of home for her hus- Fidahe Class of th« First Bcptlsl Church meets al 7 p.m. with Mri. Thomas Bog»n lor business social. Duplicate Bridge League plays «t Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Pathfinders Class meet* at tli* First Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. for monthly party. Mrs. E;bert Johnson, Mrs. Leon Burns. Mlsn Sue Osment and Mrs. W. W. Peek, hostesses. Square Dancing at the - Shrlm Club at 8 (or club members. Chanter "N" of PEO has 1 •*. luncheon meeting at Country C^S. Mrs. L. B. Old. Jr., Mrs. Chester Culdwell, hostesses. Mrs, L. M. Burnett, Mrs. W. A. Stickinon, Mrs. Bess Stanton entertaining Past Matrons, Past Patrons club "with potluck supper meeting at the Burnett home at 7:30 p.m. Stitch and Chatter Club meet* at 7:30 p.m. at the home ol Mrs. P. A. Dorris. Mrs, Harvey Dorris, co-ho.stess. Ladies Hlnle Class of the First Methodist Church meets at 2:30 p.m. at the church for monthly business- social session. Mrs. B. M. Matthews, Mis, John Moore, Mrs. Maude Hall and Mrs .Mary Henley hostesses. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays nt Hotel at 1:30 p.m. , Cotillion clnh meets at 9 p.m. nt Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr and Mrs. Marvin Smith, .Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mis. John Calldill. hosts and losle.sses Rusi- tiess meeting at 8:30 p.m. in Colonial Room, dancing at 9 in Mirror Room. Informal dancing at Country Club beginning at 9 p.m. Delta Gamma sorority alumna meeting at the Luxon, home of : Sarah Langston at 1:30 p.m. band that he needs. If she doesn't, she is asking for trouble, and it isn't likely to be long in coming. initial .session. Handiwork made will be solrt, with the proceeds going to a fund for the beautlfication of the cemetery. Billy Johnson and Mrs. Bamond Whittle were named by the Association to receive fund donations. A dessert was served by by Mrs. M. L. Hart. The vvnlchworrt. Star to Ideals Prayer by Joan Pritchard ari- jcnirtied the session. \Vheai Nylon Jlcsli Ku.sset Calf Trim nlso— ick Nylon Mesh Doeskin Trim 10.95 P. 11 nt i) White 8.95 t S M O E S I Good Shoes & Hosiery See Our New Spectators! ALL SPRING SUITS and COATS and Early Spring DRESSES REDUCED ONE-THIRD -at- 301 W. Main - Blytheville Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. 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