The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 6, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST «, 1951 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Varied Events Continue Pre-Nuptial Whirl A series of events are complimenting bride-elect. Miss Patricia McKenzte of San Francisco, Calif.. while she "and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McKenzie. are the house- gue&Ls of her fiancee. Charles Edward CrJgger, III and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Crigger, Jr. A dinner pary at lhe home of Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Coach last night entertained 12 guests. A low bowl filled with snapdragons and baby- breath formed the dim tig table's center design, picardy gladioli were arranged about the spacious rooms of the California stylo home. A cocktail party at (he Russell j * he batk ltl Luncheon-Bridge Given For Miss Gaines I Pennants aeid mfufalure studies | of college .students predominated in j the decorations of the C. VV. Garrigan home at Half Moon recently for the luncheon Abridge feting bride-to-be, MLss Mary Frances O a In ex. MLves -Joann Trieschtnan a ti d Gay Garrigan were hostesses u> 12 guests for the occasion. Following hincheon served in the tloral bcdej/ted entertaining rooms bridge was played with Mrs. W. M. Jontz Ukiii}? hiah .score and Miss Barb.ira Monachal), bridgo. Tallies and table appointments repeated school theme. Follow- Phillips home on Wc.U Cliickasnivba i In « lhelr AuRllsl """laBe Miss lor which Mr. Phillips and 'son. Galtl " and Blli N"» nc!re l> la » to Russell Phillips, Jr., were hosts preceded the dinner party. Saturday night Mr. digger and Miss MeKcnzie were honored by a group ol University ot Arkansas classmates who entertained will) dnincr followed by an evening of dancing at Hotel Claridge in Memphis. Six couples attended the pre- nupttal event. An al fresco party on the lawn of the Hugh WhJtsitt home Friday I night was attended by 38 fatnllv members who weie invited lo greet Miss MeKeivzie and her parents. ! Bits ol fiM, News P e r*,mJ ' Mrs. Erby Ledbctlcr was rcrncveci to lior home Hi'.tindas' from iiarlici llosplal, SI. IvouLs. Mrs. Tom lUlrns ol Ka-st. St. Louis accompanied her home and will remain ior a v,ccK. Mrs. ijidbellcr's condition to re- poned as improved, Mr. and Mr.s. Mark Slewirl have returned from P.oricin ami Chavles- Lcn. S.C.. ;vhcre lliey had vaca- Piorllo of Webster Groves, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer O. Meyers of St. Loute, Mr. »nd Mrs. W. O. Bethel and Miss Blllie Bethel of Don Terre, Mo., Mrs. Ray D. Whllmore of Luxor» and Mr., and Mrs. Bryan Osborne of Manila were Includedd In tbe list of out-of-town guests for (lie marriage of Miss I.nura Elfen Swain and Donald Meyer Manners of CarbondaEej 111., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal! Gurley were removed to the nlythcville Hospital today from Haird-Brewcr Hospital, Uyeisburg. where they had been patients for several days while undergoing treatment for Injuries received In an accident In Dyers- burl;. Their condition Is reported as fair. Mrs. George Powell lias returned from Los Alamos, Calif., where she had visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Dan Wallace of Kansas City, Mo., former Blyth H vitle residents, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Woodiow Cook and Hatman have returned from lionul lor two weeks. Mrs, Slcw..rliSt. Louis where they were His guests was in I'opiar BluM over the week-1 of Mr. Coak's sister, Mrs. Vernon end lo accompany her -sons, John Teason, Mr. Tcason and family. .,,,_. .. , Mark and Jcu Vanshan lo Hlythe- continue their studies at Ihe University of Arkansas. ' F:t ttie occasion Mls.s Gdines v.a.s| by Mr.s. drf.-sed In n frook nt brown 2nd | children, white cotton and was presented ye!- j Low carnations [rom hi'r ho.sto.sscs. • The hosies'rs's Rift Tor her new home was silver hi her chosen pattern. i Mother ci[ (he honuree. Mrs. R. | L. Gaines was a guest. and Mrs. Stewart, were icci harne Iron] Clurlnllc W. O. Woods and While there they also attended scv era! ball games. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meets with Mrs. B. P. Scott at H30 p.m. Tuesday American Leeion Auxiliary has 8 p.m. meeting at the Hut. Country club Duplicate Bridge League 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. Otto Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Mrs. Paul Jobe entertaining Club Eight. Thursday Thursday Rook Club meets with Mr.5. J P. Friend. Mrs Charles Aillick hostess to Klblurr Club. Duplicate Bridge Leasue has 7:30 p.m. session at Hotel Noble. Saturday Duplicrle Bridge I«:«".«e plays al Hctel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Illumination foe the Informal event was provided by hurricane lamps set at Intervals down the long serving table which was centered with a design of gladioli. Pastel hue summer blooms topped . the small tables spaced about the lawn. . Assisting: In serving were Mrs., Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Phillips'win™ 1 ' "> lh = P arl -y samej con- Robihson. Mrs. E. E. Hardln and !t)lrcte<1 d " r1 "!! the affair, favors of ! Mr. and Mis. Bcnnie Warren announce ihe birth of a daughter >•'!•!; ay aiit-rnoon al the home ol Mr.s. Warren's parents Mr. and M.'. J. J. Gilliam on West Davis. She h:is hccn named Brenda J yce. They have one son, Bonnie Oval, Miss George Ann Stilwell. Miss Ernestine French, and Miss Mil- Rlytheville Hospital Dismissed: Pcgi^y Joyce Lallue, Steele. Mrs. J. R. McConnell and Miss! Josh Fnson. Hullman. , three Mary Arm McConnell left Saturday; lor their home in Little Rock after] City Wafer Received spending several days here as guests! _ „ , „ j o! MISS sunshine swift. i From Beyond Border P.'r. mil Mrs. Frank Heay and: children. Tommy and Brenda arej CALAIS. Me. —</1>j — This Dawn vacationing at Lake Norfork. They i F.asl Mai:.c cily is one cf the few- were Joined Ihere by Mr. and Mr.s. communities in the nation gelling Janet Kneas Marks 5lli Birthday with Party Janet Kneas was five years old Saturday and to mark the occasion tier parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Larry Kneas entertained at their home with a lawn party. Peygy June Jarretl was a pri*e Mr.s. Jack Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hill of New York were oul-oi-lowri guests for the occasion. . 1 4 Attend Party Marking 4th Birthday fourteen guests were Invited to the home of Faith Ann Melton Saturday for an afternoon of party games to mark the honoree's fourth birthday. Fajth Ann was assisted in receiving the guests by her brother. Dwlght Dan as they arrived at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Melton, 1200 Holly. . : Balloons were suspended from trees and bushes about .the lawn where the guests assembled. Following the games the guest.s gathered around the lace laid refreshment table for ice cream, birthday cake and punch, Mr*. Claude Rowland, grandmother of the .jionoree assisted Mrs. Melton in serving. The Right Style For Fall nut cups, balloons ami vari-shadfrf noise makers were presented each guest from his hostess, After Jnnet had opened the assorted Rift. 1 ! the traditional birthday cake and ice cream was served. Jimmy * Nelson of Clnlrmore. Okla., who with bis parents Is Visiting Mr. ahd Mr.s. C. A. Nelson, was an out-ol-town guest for the festivities. Auxiliary Plans Installation Rites Installation of 1951-52 officers will highlight the bi-monthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary tomorrow night. It was announced today by Mrs. James N lev's the Imer, president. The ceremony will begin at 8 p.m. in ihe Hut. , dred Msartur o[ Memphis the weekend In Blyllieville as guc.sts ol their im-ctius. Mr. and Mrs. George SlihvfOI, French a Mcndor. Mr. alllt Mr. and Mrs. Ernest i Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mr.s. A. A. Frsdrickscn Yarbro Revival Is Begun The Annual .summer revival of Yarbro Methodist Church began yesterday with the Rev. W. M. Wom- aclc of Joncsboro as the speaker. Services beginning at 7:JO p.m. each evening will continue "lUII Aug. 15. The Rev. Mr. Womnck is minister of (he F'isher Street Meth- ortlst Church, the Rev. Frank Stage, church pastor, announced. Baptist Union Meets in Home Bcrnfc Hand Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. \V, A. Dobyns and granddaughter. Donna Lou Day watt. 1 .- supply from another two children of! its ! country. ! Since 1006, Calais — populatioi 4 GOO — ha.; received Its water from E iug and planning to change this or ' * RUTH MILLETT Her Own Mismanagement May Overwork a Housewife tty HUTU M1I.LKTT. MCA Staff Writer Often the self-styled "overworked housewife" is more a victim of poor management than of necessary overwork. When that is the ease, It Ls usually because the housewife makes at, lea/>t oi.e of the'following mistakes: She doesn't have her work well enough organized so that it Ls pretty much equally divided among all the days cf the week. plating all there Is to be done tires her out. She would rather complain ol being ovcnvuiked than set aside a couple if hours a day to get. a little rest. get their work organized wtU enough rxi get out of the "ov«- worked" group. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI Aug. 6 Iff)—(USDA)— Hogs 13.000; uneven; weights 180-220 lb« steady to 10 cents lower than Friday's average; over 220 Ibs steady to 2J higher; 170 Ibs down steady to 25 lower; sows steady to strong; most Choice 180-230 Ibs 23.35-60; top 23 . 65 (or several loads; 240-270 Ibj 22.50-2325; heavier weights scarce 1 of the view that I5 °- 110 lbs 21.15-22.75; ISO-MO Ibi ui vile we* LIIAV . ._ «- ,,, .w.. , _ n . .. ,„_.. ,„„_ spirit an-J without netting any real ati-sfactioti out of what she does She has never figured out just | accomplish. \vh:[. household tn.sks are really | Of course, there are many women with laige families who are Just plain "overworked." But there are even more women who think they ?re "overworked" but who could, wiih helte, management and a dlf- ii£ce/filrfe£ ami what ones are the result of being overly-meticulous. She. i. e n'i m.iking use cf all ihe ri'.oi't cuts and easy niethoJs of ito- .115; runtime pbs thai many housewives have found to be time savers. She gets no cocjwrati-n or help i cm her :a::ii!y because she Isn't an cx?cutive but a one-woman; drudge. [ She is the kind of perfectionist who c-n 1 : rrst easy until ;'he sets I--- he:- > in shining ord?r and t!;:n h^.i i\ lit if any iiiet.'.ber of Ihe family disturbs the order. She's Always Fussing She is never contont with her house "as Ls." but is always riiwat-, Isfieci with something and schem- Cattle 5.5CO; calves 1,100; opening moderately active on good to choice steers and heifers; several loads choice to medium weight steers 35.00-36.00; commercial and high choice mixed steers and heifers 29.00-34.50; opening strong on cows; utility and commercial fcrent attitude toward their Jobs, 22.50. 00-27.50; canners and cutters 11.00- Brownson Clinic Ash & Division have returned from a 10 day visit in I st. Stephens, New Brunswick, Just Fort Smith and Hot Springs. While in For l Smith Donna marked her 6th birthday with a party for several guests. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon spent Mrs. are spending two weeks in Grand Island, Neb., as guests of relatives. Miss Luclla Barnes ol Arkansas Stale College, Jonesboro was a weekend ««est of --*r prrcisls. Mr. Htul Mrs. T. J. Caries, Mr. and Mrs. R, N. Hill Lett Sat- (irdtiv morning for theii home iti Brcvunl. N.C. niter vIsitiiiK here with relntis'es. Capt. anti Mrs. Harp of Memphis were weekend guests of relatives, Nancy Peyton leU Saturday afternoon for her home In Falls Church, Va.. after spending several months here as guest ot Mr. aiid Mrs. E. B. Gee and son, B. B. Gee. Jr. Mrs. C. H. Wallace is undergoing treatment nt Memphis Baptist Hospital. She is in Room 62fi. Miss Evelyn Jean Plgg of Osceola is the houseguest of her uncle and nunt, Judge and Mrs. Roland Green, for a week. & J- H. Mellon returned this morning from Stamps, Ark., where he hnd conducted a revival at the First Baptist Church. He was accompanied to Blythevilte by Bob McAllister of Memphis, who will re- ! itfain for several days. Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Nelson have iix their houscguests Mr, Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Nelson and brother, J. D. Nelson.' Mrs. Nelson and son, Jimmy, all of [ Clnremore, Ok la. Max Gurley was removed to \ Campbell's Clinic Saturday from Bnird-Brewer Hospital, Dycrsburg, where he had undergone treatment for .several days for injuries suffered _:vyhcu the pick-up truck he was driving collided with another truck. His condition Is reported as j fair. Mr. nnrt Mrs. J. D. Widuer, Jr., of Portageville, Mo., formerly of Hlytheville. announce the adoption of a daughter. Six days old, she Ins been named Priscllla Mullins Wldner. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Phillips announce the birth of their ( third child, a daughter, this morn- Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Lowe Friday; ing nt Walls Hospital. She has been night entertained members ntid| named Cathy Ann. They have two guests of the Adult Training Union (sons. Chuck and C. A. Mrs. Phif- of the Baptist Chapel nt their honiBJ lips is the former Miss Doris Pipkin. Nancy Hughes and Miss Bell arrived Friday night the weekend In Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert and daughter, Clmrlene. Mr. and Mrs. Orcnza Young and son Dennis will leave tomorrow for their home in St. Louis after spending the weekend here as guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Olan Allison. They be accompanied home by across the Canadian border. two weeks visit. They vi:\ Kentucky. Randy Randall Hawks and will leave tomorrow son. for She Ls a putter-offer, letting the work pile up, so that just content- ; WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL AUG. 10 Fcggy Allison who will remain for Hawkins j Camp Rio Vi.sta after spending several days here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Willnrd Perry announce the birth of their first child. a son, last night at the home of Mrs. Perry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Swain, He has been named Roy Willard, Mrs. Perry is the former Mbs LcLha SftEiin. on Henley. Frank Sawyer. Mrs. dar- ratt Abbott and E. L. Francis were class guests. During the business session. Mrs. MLss Betsy from Washington, D. C., where Miss Bell had been spending several days | Dorothy Francis was elected group '„« guest of Miss Hughec, who can1 - , employed in the otlice of Rcji. R. C. Family Reunion Is Held 8654 12-42 By Sue Burnett Cookies and Ice cream svcrc scrv- j Onthtnss. While here Miss Hushes ctt In a social hour following. l wi n 1)( . , hc gu( ,_ sl „, lier p.,,.^,^ i Mr. nnrt Mis. R. D. Hughes. Mrs. Henry Wilson ol Nashville. Tenn.. is .spending several days Iiere i with hrr father. C. II. Wallace, nnrt j daifhiei, Myra June, while Mr.s. ! Wnllat-e is imdeigoniR treatment at! ] Memphis Baptist Hospital. Myra Fifteen members of the Alli>on ! -I:ine is .spctxiins several weeks here family attended a reunion Svmdny j with tier grand pa rents. • at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olnn i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stnvall. Jr.. Allison. jniKl Mr. rind Mr.s. Merrill O.sbmnc O'.U-af-lown Kiii'sts for the d;i> of ! led yesterday [or points of Iowa! informal entertainment were Mrs.! interest, where they will vacation Frank Selboy of Eatle. Mr. and Mrs. j for several days. Orenza Youns and son. Dennis of j Mr. and Mr.s. B. L. Golladay of j St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thor- Sikestoti. Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Clnck lo:l iintl children. Jimmy. Johnny. Golbrtay of Easl Prairie. Mo.. Mrs. j You'll' be rig'.it iu style lor tall Peagy and Ch,irl?y of Pon.itevllie ! Rena Clark and Mrs. George Allen with a trimly tailored ueskil and j ami Mrs Lottie JollllMjll and Mr. \ of Memphis. Mrs. B. S. Simmons skirt pair in soft woolen, included : and Mrs. Charles George o[ Cos-i of Dell. Mrs. Sully Connta of Pasa- In this pattern is a sleeved version ' nrll. ,(<,„„_ cnllf., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A. giving It a two piece look. I Pattern N T o 855-i is a ^ew-rite i perforated pat'.erti lit .sues 12, H, j 16, 18. 20; 40 and 42. Ri?e H. uesxit. ! l s k yards of 51-inch: skirt. l\ ' yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, yotlr name, address, size desired, and ihe PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Cotirier Ne'.vs 372 W. Quincy Street. Chicnso 6. 111. Send 25 cents today for the Fall • nd winter FASHION. 48 pases o[ I smart, easy to sew styles: interesting features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed inside the book. Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pure SYhnle Hog Sausage Seasoned ,luM Right! A BI.VTIIEV1LI.E PRODUCT These Sherbets! Orange Lim« Pineapple Take Home a 1'inl Tunijthl! WOODS DRUG STORE Blytheville, Ark. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KI.CN at 1():!0 a.m. and 4:0(1 p.m. daily for our program announcements. 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