The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1951 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BI.YTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY; APRIL 23,, 1951 Jane Shellon, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bridal Doll Tops Table At Miscellaneous Shower ' A bridal doll dressed in formal attire topped the dining table of the C. G. Scherer home on East Main Saturday night for the miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Howard P. Parris of Memphis, a March bride. \ Mrs. Emil Damon and Mrs. Leon; Scherer were hostesses to 30 guests for the event. Mis. Parris is the former Miss Betty Jeannine McGee of Blytheville. Violets filled a'low bowl set in the large entertaining room, mixed spring blossoms completed the floral setting. In the bridal games, Mrs. Clyde Perry and Mrs. Gene Burnett were prize winners. The long table on which Mrs. Parris' gifts were opened and displayed was centered with a ruffled satin caught umbrella, to suggest the shower theme. A miniature bridal fjgual stood under the opened umbrella. ^Party foods and frosted drinks were served from the lace spread : dining table which was centered with the bridal doll resting on n mirrored placque. Floating tulips, Iris and spirea topped the buffet. For the occasion, the honorec chose a frock of golden taffeta worn with black accessories. Pinned at her shoulder were dutch iris and valley lily, a gift of (he hostess. The dainty valley lily was suggestive of the miniature bouquet carried by the bridal doll Mrs. Mildred McCormlck of Memphis was an out-of-town guest. Pastel Blooms Center Table at Supper-Dance Clusters of spring blooms, tulips, Iris and snapdragons, in an array of pastel hues, formed the centerpiece for the mid-night• supper serv- . ing table Saturday night nt the monthly dance of the Cotillion Club. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr and Mrs. John Lane end Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill were hosts and hostesses at Hotel Noble to the 120 members and guests. A business session In the Colonial Room preceded the evening's dancing in the spacious Mirror Room, ; « + « Miscellaneous Shower Fetes Recent Bride * Miscellaneous gifts were showered upon Mrs. James D. Baker for her hevjiome by the 24 guests attending the shower given In her honor by, Mrs. Jim England and Mrs. Edgar Cain, Thursday night-at ftie England home. Mrs. Baker Is the former Miss Madge Vastbindcr. The entertaining: room in which the guests were seated for the games was bedecked with bowls filled with white gladioli. In the games, which were directed by Miss Mabel Luns- forci, Mrs. Virginia Davis and Miss Bea Moore were prize winners. "/ The dining table from which party tidbits were served after Mrs. Baker had opened her assorted gifts, was centered with a low bowl of the 'chosen (lower, gladioli. Pink tapers burned at either side. For the occasion the honoree was dressed in a suit fashioned of navy blue gaberdine. "At her shoulder was "pinned a gift corsage of white carnations. : HALTER SPORTS Bridal Events Continue For Miss Martha Wrenn Continuing the events planned In n, compliment to Miss Martha Wrenn, prior to her Jyne marriage to Charles Dorroh of Carulhersville. was (he dessert bunco shower at the Rustic Inn, Saturday afternoon. Mtss Nora Simpson, Mrs. Helen Carr and Miss Wanda Gray of Pocahontas were hostesses to six ta-i btcs of guests. i As the guests entered they placed their miscellaneous gifts for Miss Wrenn's new home on a large table which was designated with a cluster of pink and white tulips. Inter-' .spersed with spirea. Lighted pink lapcrs stood at either side of the floral scene which composed the centerpiece for the lace Intd table. Dutch iris flanked by bum i tig white candles centered a side table, while-bud vases filled with delicate pink tulips topped each of the small tables set up for the games. Small pink and blue place cards marked each guests place, they were later u.srri a,s UlEie.s in the game, Miss Wrenn was high score winner Miss Sue Osmenl, bunco and Miss Gray, low. A trousseau model of orchid'i organdy arranged over sheer pink'was chosen by the brkle-elcct. Blue Iris were a Rift from the hostesses. Mother of the honorec, Mrs. Earl Wrenn. of Doddsvillc, - Miss., and Mrs. Charles Dorr ah of Cfirnthcrs- vilie, mother of Mr, Dorroh, were special guests. Mrs. Charles Kelly of Steele, and Mrs. Paul Carmcan, Jr., of . Caruthcrsville were" out-of- town guests. Blue, White Predominates In Luncheon-Bridge Dltie and white was the chosen color combination for the decorations of an entertaining room at the Razorback Saturday afternoon, when Miss Neal Lnckclt and Mrs. F. L. Husband entertained eight tables of luncheon-bridge guests. Low bowls filled with sweet wil- liam find adorned with tiny opened umbrellas centered each small table set up for the occasion. The April showers Idea- was further-suggested In the hand painted tallies and score pads used in the bridge game. Muted organ music was heard throughout the three course luncheon. A fan shaped arrangement of white snapdragons interspersed with blue clutch Iris topped the organ. Slender white tapers stood at either side to cast a glow on the blue and white study. Suggesting spring's pastel hues, were the yellow snapdragons, and yellow find blu6 Iris topping the hostesses' table; a copious design of while stock set In contrasting scarlet carnations designated the table on which the. prizes were displayed. In the bridge game, Mis. Joe Trieschmann, won high score. Mrs. A. G. Hall, second high and Mrs. Harry Bradley, low. • * * 10th Birthday Observed With Party for 1 9 Guests The 10th birthday of Earl Smith was observed nt (lie home of his mother, Mrs. E. E. Smith nt the All-base Saturday night with a pnity for 39 quests. The entertainment for the evening was made up of party contests anri guests with Ann and Charles Shanks and Donna and Sharon Matter winning prizes. After Earl had opened gifts from the guests, birthday cake and frosted drinks were served by Mrs. Smith, who WBS assisted by Miss Billie Slianks and Edna Smith. Later in the evening the group was taken by special bus to the drive-in movies. Gosnell Principal Receives Honor J. E. Harris. Gasncll High School principal, was among ten mid-smitv. crtucators who were initiated into Phi Delta Kappa fnucrnil.v at the ^University of Mississippi, Oxford. Friday night. The Beta Nil Chapter, performing the ceremony. Is a campus chapter of the international organization made up of men educators of graduate standing with hiizh scholastic marks and leadership abntty. Mr. Harris received his Master of '•xhication decree at Ole Mi.ss last November, with a major in Supervision and a minor in Guidance. Ife has been elected to the position superintrndcnt of schools al Brook| land. Ark., for (lie 1051-52 school " year. I Bits of News W // 19 f rllojllit l-^d-joiiai The National Capito! Parks of Washington. D. C.. and adjacent areas is the largest metropolitan park system in the world. Mr. and Mrs, Louis Pinion spent the weekend in Meridian Miss., as guests of relatives and friends, Pvt. James W. Peterson, Jr., who is stationed at Camp Chalfce, Ark,, was (lie weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Peterson. Mrs, M. L. Hawkins and family were Sunday guests of relatives in Oyersburgr Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bunch announce the birth of their first child, a son. this morning at (heir home on S. First,. He has teen named David Wayne, Mrs. Bunch U the former Miss Imoficne Branscum of Number Nine. Mr. ntui Mrs. Howard P. Parris, •uul Mrs. Mildred Mc.Mormick of Memphis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Shercr and Mrs. Ted Green. Mrs. Green accompanied lier daughter, Mrs. McCormict:, to Memphis where she will remain for several days visit. Mrs. R. I, Maxwell of Gosncll. returned Friday from nil 18 day trip Lo Johnstown, Pa,, where she was the guest of her daughter. Mrs. O. P. Smith and family. En route to Blylheville Mrs. Maxwell visited In New York City also. Mrs. Marvin Smith and children will Leave tomorrow for Hosedale, Miss., to spend several days as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jackson. ' Mrs. Howard 7iowen and daughter. Evelyn, had as Ihclr weekend guest their daughter and sister. Miss Virginia Howcn of Cardwcll. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Patlon of St. Louis were Sunday guests of Mrs. Patton's uncle. T. J. Bailey and family. Mr. nnrt Mrs. Pattern were en route to New Orleans for a week's vacation. Upon their return to St., Louis Mr. Patton will report for re-assignment at March Field, Calif., with the Air Force. Mrs. Pat- Ion and her mother, Mrs. Edward A. VI cm, made their home in Bly- tVjcville during World War Ft, when Oapt. Wcnz was in charge of Navy bases on Saipan. Mr. and Mrs. Wenz now mate their home in Webster Groves, Mo. Miss Florence Moore spent, the weekend in Newhcrn, Tcnn., as guest of relatives. Mrs. E. B. Lloyd returned Friday from man IB day tour of the eastern states. She visiting her In Johnston, I'a., was in Washington, D. C. for the Cherry Blossom Festival, visited in Abcrtien, Md., and New York City. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Gracy announce the blrlh ol a son, Saturday night at Walls Hospital. Ke is their first child and has been named, James Allan. Mrs. Ciracy is the former Miss Frances Brattoh. Mrs:.:.-.l^arl Wrenn of Doddsviile, MLss.,—WRJT the weekend guest of her daughter. Miss Martha Wrenn. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Clarence' Martin spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Hcrshel House left Saturday for Rcckford, 111., to make Piano Students Begin Auditions Today at Hotel Adjudication of 113 piano students of this region began this morning when Mrs. P. T. Bauman arrived to preside at the hearings sponsored by the National Guild t,l Piano Teachers. Over ISO judges will hear approximately 30.000 young people In over 300 centers. Auditions for students of this area are being held at Hotel Noble. The auditions are private in order to give each auditlonee a better opportunity. Accuracy, tone quality rhythm and phrasing are four of the thirty-two points considered by the Judge. Three to ten numbers are played by the. students, who may range from beginner to concert work. Master Point Played by League The monthly master point game was played Saturday In the seven table Duplicate Bridge League session at Hole] Noble. The League meets bi-weekly. O. S. CroMcIl and .Mis. B. A. lynch won first score honors. Mrs. O. W. McCtitchen, Mrs. W. D. ChHinblin, second high: Mrs. Dick J. White and Mrs. p. E. Black, third; Mis. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Au- dreancl Freeman, fourth and Mrs, Joe Hamby and Mrs. Foy Etcheson, fifth. It was announced there would be no game Saturday dtle to the sec- their home here Mr. House is employed. They formerly made their home at the alrbase. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Sanders of Huffman announce the birth of their fifth child, a daughter, Saturday at, the Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. t. Seay of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gordon and daughter, Patricia and nob Weaver of Stuttgart, svere Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Scay and family. The group flew by plane. Mrs. Pearl Hires had as her Sun day guests her sister. Mrs . Ida Owens of Peoria, III.. Mrs. 'Owens' son. Walter Owens and Mrs. Owens of Metropolis, 111., Mrs. Charles Lee Owens and son Garry Lee and Miss Shirley Kirkpalrlck of Mem phis, who had been visiting in Me tropolis. MLss Kirkpatrlck was ei. route to Memphis wheer she is R student at the Baptist Memorial School of Nursing, from which sh' will be graduated next month. Mrs. D. P. Schmidt and Mis., Jackie Estes motored to Conway Friday night where they were the weekend guest.s of former classmates of Mrs. Schmidt, and friends of Mtss Estes. They were joined in Plggott by Miss Rasemary Johnstone who also visited classmates at .school. Miss LaBelle Jackson, Miss Cecil Cassirty. Mrs. Lillian Frank and Mrs. Hernia Sheppard were in Fort Smith this weekend where they attended the state convention of Delta Kappa Gamma as representatives of the Zcta Chapter of Blytheville. They were Joined for the trip by Miss Virgie Rogers of Wilson. C-»"i'"on of Billie Lou Weedman. who has been confined to her home for the past six weeks, Is reported as improved. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday , Order of Eastern Star spaghetti nipper at Shrine Club, 6 to 0 p.m. Lake Street WSCS meets at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Tues-'ay Mrs. Harold Wood and Mrs. Bob McGraw entertaining Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi with dessert bunco canasta at Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. A. B. Reese hostess to Town and Country Club, Trl-Town Club meets vdth Mrs. Jame.s Lee Brooks, Mrs. W. P. McDanle! hostess to La Petite. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Country Club at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon hostess ul Country club for 1 p.m. luncheon- bridge honoring Tuesday Bridge Club. Order of Hie Eastern Star meets at 7 p.m. at Masonic Temple. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meelliis at Robert A. Porler home. Mrs. R. p. Klrshner, co- hostess. High Two meets with Mrs. Dick Watson. Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. TLE Club plays at the home of Mrs. W. B. Cherry. Mrs. Hunter Sims hostess to Wednesday club, CIB plays bridge at the home of Mrs. Denver Wilson. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel N'oble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., hostess to Thursday Rook. Thursday Contract meets with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Mrs, C. A. Cunningham hostess to Mid-Wcck Club. Octette Club plays at the home of Mrs. Homer Wilson. Friday Friday Contract meets with Mrs C. W. Garrlgan, Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma has 7:30 p.m. meeting in Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Saturday Duplicate Bridce League at 1-30 p.m. at Hotel Noble. * RUTH M1LLETT Wotta Ya Know? Some Men Like to Do the Housework By RUTH MIU.ETT. NRA Staff Write: There really AJIE men who help with the housework and don't feel like hen-picked husbands. They've been writing to ine in answer to my recent statement that I would believe such husbands existed when I heard frcrn them, instead of from their wives. So ,on their own, a number of men have writton to say: "Sure, I help will* the housework." A few -say they help out so that their wives can get a little rest or .so that they can have more time together. But moat claim they help with the marketing, ccoking, and other domestic chores because they like it. One admits he gets a kick out of comparing the grocery atls and shopping around to see how much he can save on food costs. Another says lie likes to cook and is glad to get dinner when his wife is tired or riot In the mood for cooking. Swap Out Another says he regularly baby- j sits one night a week so that his I wife can go to her bridge club and I she does the baby-siting alone the ' night he gce.s bowling. 1 And .so it goes. Apparently some ' men not only enjoy sharing homc- makinij responsibilities, they are proud of the fact that they do, and don't feel the least bit hen-pecked. Their wives 'are just plain lucky. Because there were also a number of men who wrote In to say they never had done any housework and never intended to. They feel that is the wife's Job. j One even claims he showed my original column to 26 different men and didn't find one who thought a husband ought to help around the house. So apparently the men themselves are divided on the question. And there's not much a wife can do about the matter. Either her husband likes to help her or he doesn't If he likes to, he will. If he doesn't, he takes the attitude that housework is her job and It's up to her to get it done. Several heaping tablespoons of baking soda, kept Jn a small open bowl in your refrigerator, will help absorb food odors and prevent unpleasant mingling of tastes. At Hie Hospital* Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: J. A. Willis, Stcele J. A. Bishop, Steele Thomas Stalcup, Sikeston Mrs. J. E. Krech, City Joy Nolan, Luxora Mrs. F-dison Krech, and baby. City Sylvester Jones, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. B. 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