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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 9, 1951
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PAGE FOTTR BI,YTHF,VTI,TJB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, 'AUUUflfl' •, Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phon« 4461 24 Atlend Dessert Bridge-Canasta Shower Handmade UN Eat designed as tiny bridesmaids dressed In bouffant gowns were used by the, 24 dessert bridge-canasta guests who attended the event at the Dixie PlR last night complimenting Miss Boniia SlBiikard bride-elect of W. O. Reeves, Jr. Mrs. Henry Uodd wa.s hostess lor the pre-nuptlal shower-parly. The center of each table was marked with a tiny circlet of dainty blooms shaped na wedding bands, the tallie used by Miss Slankard during the evening's Raines was adorned with a bridal dol] fnsliloticrt of wisps of nialine completed with a liny veil. Gifts for (lie honoree's ne'.v home were arranged on a single long table topped with a large opened umbrella of white and heaven blue suspended over the Rift mounds. Miss Kathryn Martin took high score in the bridge game with Mrs. Tommy West brook lending the scores of the canasta nhiycr.s, Mrs. Donald Ramsey won h rid go. A two piece frock of crisp while pique and a figured pattern was chosen by Miss Slankavd who waTs presented" a shoulder design of yellow roses from her Mother of the groom-to-be. Mrs. Reeves was presented .scarlet roses. The hostess' gift was pictures. • * • All Members Present For Afternoon of Bridge All members "of Club Eight were present for the weekly afternoon of playing bridge yesterday for which Mrs. Paul Jobe wns hostess at her home on West Main. Mrs, Graham Sudbury won high score, Mrs. G. A- Poet?:, second high «nd Mr*. Otto Scrape, brldgo. During the afternoon, the hostess •ervcd refreshments. er Likes A Jumper By Sue Burnett Your little grade school miss will be ao proud in her new jumper— and you'll find this simple button front style a joy to sew, She'll wear it with the matching blouse, and her gay sweaters, too. Pattern No. 8628 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sixes 3. 5. 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, jumper. 1\ yards of 39-isch; blouse. Pi yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, .sue de.sired. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago, 6. 111. Send 25 cents todny for the F:\i1 *nd Winter FASHION. 48 pages of smart, easy to sew styles; intrrcn- ins features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed inside the book. Plaid's Place in Fashion Assured By Styles of Summer Wardrobes ' ty for 12 Guetts lonori Three Year Old Carol Gall Wheat, daughter nt Ir. and Mr«. A. C. Wheat was three ears old yesterday and to mark the coslon she was hostess to 12 guesla or an afternoon of party games. After the gnents had assembled at. he Wheat home on Clikkasawba hey were motored lo Hie Dlvislon- Ohlckasawba playgrounds lor the afternoon. Group pictures were made and ach child received favors of gi •andy and balloons (rom his hos- l.ater In the afternoon they re- urncd to the Wheat home where he birthday. i;ake bearing the candy letters. "Happy Birthday Carol all" was cut and served with frosted rtrlnks and tee cream. Mrs. J. P. Wheat and Mrs. B. C Hall, jtrandmothcrs of the honoree *ere special guests. NEW YORK tNi-;A>—The place of pfaid In fashion is as.sured the year Around. This summer, il takes Us rightful place in a wardrobe In the form of a sheer. Sheer cottons are strong hot weather favorites; in plaUl, they're doubly acceptable I Ills year. A fabric designed by Hope Skillman is used for a junior cotton <!eft> Chat' Ims the repeated pattern of a man's handkerchief. This is an opaque sheer in blue ovei- plaldcrt with brown. Sleeves are !>rief, neckline ER round, a nai row belt In brown carries out t-ie feeling of the fabric design. The skirt (alls onto soft, impressed pie fit--;. The American designer, McKet- Irick, has done up doited ssviss (right) In a summer plaid for ciiy wear, in shades of tobacco brown it has tiny sleeves that just cap the shoulders, a narrow collar and neat front closing. A lull skirt Is gathered onto a trim wnist :h£it's encircled by a brown velvet belt, Mrs. Handcock Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Miscellaneous gifts were showered upon Mr.4. Gerald Hand cock Tuesday night by the 20 guests who attended the shower given in her honor at the Earl McGregor home on Division. Mrs. Martin Wood, nunt of the honoree and Mrs. T. A. Held were hostesses for the affair complimenting Hie recent bride, the former Miss Mnrcla Lou McGregor. In Hie bridal games. Mrs. Hnl Gallop nncl Mrs. Harry Began were prize winners, A navy blue luce dress arranged over lime green taffeta and worn with lime green accessories was chosen by Mrs. Hnndcock was was presented a hair-do of white carnations. A dessert course was served. Mrs. Gallop of Black Oak, aunt of (he lionoree was the only out- of-town guest. • * * MissHughesConiplimenlecl At Luncheon for Eight Mrs. R, D. Hughes yesterday wns hostess nt her home on West Mnln to eight luncheon puests In compliment to her (laughter. Miss Ntin- cy Hughes of Washington, D. C. who Is the hou.seguest of her parents for several days. The table at which the guests wo re seated for the t p.m. m en 1 held an arrangement of mixed summer blooms Interspersed In greenery. Harmonising designs of the blooms were set about the entertaining rooms. Out-of-town guests for the event were Mrs. Robert N. Nelson of Wilson Find Mrs. Charles W. Afftiek, Jr., of. Steelc. • * • Jerry Hearns Observe Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Jerry H parti marked their silver wedding anniversary last night with a dinner party at I their home with 2(1 family members !attending the celebration. ; "Die buffet Was srrvcd from the dininc table which held as Us I central drstgn, summer blooms in ' >of(. pastels. i Following dinner, glft-s were ! showered upon Mr. and Mrs. Henrn ! and the remainder of Uie evening ' was spent informally. Group pic- tnro.s were made. Guest Meets With TLE Bridge Club Mrs. Jack Dlckeraon was the only guest with members ot the TLE, Club who met. la-st night in the home of Mrs, Otto Scrape for an evening of playing bridge. CuL summer btoonw In a mixlnri of hues decorated the entertain Ing rooms .^i which the gu&sts were seated, Top hnnor.s tn the bridge i* garni went to Mrs. Herman Turner will Mm. Joe Neely winning second high and Mrs. Bill Lambert, brldgo. A dessert course wiw served by Mrs Scrape. Sally McCutchen Marks Birthday with Party To mark her ]2th birthday Sully McCntchen wan hostess at he: home on West Main Tuesday nigh wilh a buffet supper followed b; R theatre party. Supper was served the M guest. from the dining tftlile which wa overlaid In lace anrt centered with ft deAtgft of a.«orled lrnlla. An evening at th« movies followed ihc 6 [J.m. meal. • * • Marion Guests Honored At Dessert Bunco Four tables of dessert buncc finesUs ycsterdny afternoon were en Icrtntiicd at the West Main Stree home of Dora Bernlc* Wyll* when she was In compliment t Mart tin, and Mary Mann of Marlon hoiLscguests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A Lynch. Linda Raydcr was pri/e wlnne in the afternoon's games playei \i\ (be .iprtcLoiis enlcrtalnini; rooms The hosteM presented the gues of honor with gifts. Read Courier News Classified Ads 'Yes, yes, Jimmy, I know that GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION is famous for their friendly, helpful loan service . . , but do you know f/i* answer to that problem?" PROGRAM SCHEDULE $ KOSE 860 On Ynur Dial Pridiiy Aii^iisl 10, 1951 MOKMNG 5:lft—Sign On 5:15—Musical Rountl-llp 6:00—News 6:OS—Fnrm Fair 6:15—.Musical Roundup 6:30—Gospel Gems 7:00- -News 7:03- Ynwnln' In Mawnln' 8:00—News 8:15--South American War 8:30 KOSE Knurrs 9:00- Woman's Viewpoint 9:30- -Meet the Menjoiis 9:45- -Dcarpst Mother 10:00—News 10:05—Conceit Master .!0:30—Meet the Band 11:00- News 11:05—Farm F'rolirs AFTERNOON 12:00—News 12:15—Noon Serenade J:OO—Behind Ihe World News l:OS-Mallnee Melodies 1:30—Here's to Vet's 1:-I5—Serenade In Blue 2:00- -News 2:05—Hillbilly Round-up 3:00- -News 3:05—Heptime 4:(10—News 1:03—Murray's Madhouse 4:3a Cisco Kid .1:00—News 5:00—Record Rack 6:00—KOSE Scoreboard 6:lri—Hymns from Harding 6:30—News fi:35—Organ Melodiea 6:45—Sign on Bits of News tttj [ erAonal Striking Accessories Made Frow Hankies Cpl. Gerald Handcock left Mon[ay for Lettcnnati's Army Hospital 5an Francisco, Calif-, after spend- IIB a month here with relatives. Moss Bryan has returned from an astern trip. * Mrs. W. I). Hunter left today for ler home In IXJR Angeles, Calif., ifter spending several months with ler daughter, Mrs. E. B. Gee and nmlly. Mrs. Hal Gallon of Black Oak Is he hoitsegue-st ol Mr. and Mrs. Eart McGregor. Mr, and Mrs. William A. Eldredge, Ir., are the houseguests of Mr. Kld- 'edge's mother, Mrs. Baker L. Wilson, and Mr. Wilson and Miss Jane Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Eldredge were larried Saturday in Paris, Ark. Mrs. Nancy Trisler left Tuesday ror Pilgrim, Mich., to join her par- >nts, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Klrshncr, it Crystal Lake. Martha and Mary Mann of Ma-ion are the honscguesls of their 2 .incle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cupples and i daughter, Nancy, will spend the weekend In Memphis. ' Mrs. Russell Phillips returned last \ight from several weeks Vacation at polnls of Florida Interest. She was Joined for the occasion by her daughter, Mrs. Vance ,1. Alexander, Jr., and children of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hollowell of Tonesboro are the miests of their daughter, Mrs. H. H. Mathls, Mr. Mathis and son, Louis. Earl McGVegor has returned to his position «t the Post Office after having been a patient In Blythe- vllle and Memphis Hospitals since January for treatment for burns suffered in »n accident at his home. Miss Edni Overman 1* now at lier home on Chlckasawba. She had been > patient at the Blytheville Hospital for the past few days alter undergoing an appendectomy. Condition of Mrs. Joe Alexandra, Jr., who is a patient al the Blythe- Ke*liilr>[ the Importance of fr«h accessories hi keeping her wardrobe bright and new-looklnf, this young woman has raided her own and her husband's handkerchief boxes for materials. For evening (upper led) xhe converts a roan's white linen handkerchief into a violet- dotted fichu; and, lo top a sheath dress, fathers leaf-patterned handkerchiefs (lower left) onto a velvet ribbon to form a eapeiet. A silk hanky and a ribbon combine to form a perky neck bow (center left); and a man's white handkerchief, folded and teamed with a red velvet rose, adds Importance to a suit. A lacy evening handkerchief It (he basts (or glamorous apron (upper right); and four bandanas ' are used to ronke casual anron (lower right). * RUTH MILLETT * What Every Young Man Should Know About Women «y RUTH MILLETT. NEA Staff Writer Any woman with a son should make sure that he knows this much about, women before he marries one: That, a woman's happiness Is ba.sed on the so-called "little things" such as having her husband treat her with at least as much gallantry as he treats other women, having the things she does for her husband's and children's happiness noticed anrt commented upon, being told she Is pretty—and so on. That a woman needs to be able to "talk things over" with the man .she Jovcs, When a woman complains (hat she can't "talk" to her husband, she is an unhappy woman. That a woman needs to (eel a part viUe Hospital is, reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Alexandra suffered a broken hip In a fall recently. J. D, Wells, manager of the branch plant of the Blytheville Soybean Corporation at Leachvslle la-st night entertained with a barbecued chicken dinner at his hcme for officials of the company. Attending from Blytheville were. W. O. Reeves, E. B. Woodson, W. O. Reeves. Jr., and Elenry Dodd. Officials from the Hornersville and Sen nth plants also attended. Mrs. W. B. McMullin was removed to her home on Wast Main yesterday afternoon from the Blytheville Hospital where she had been a patient for several days. of her husband's career. She will It he talks" to her about his work. That a woman hates having to ask. for every cent she spends oV to account for everything she buys. Nor will that make a woman economical. It is much more likely to make her dishonest about money matters. Don't I-«t Her Doubt Your Love That a woman Is easy to live with only when she Is sure that she loved. If her husband gives her any reason to doubt it, he'll pay in one way or another. That a woman's loyalty is well worth earning, but that it must be earned. That a woman will work hard for pratse, but won't take criticism from the man she loves. That a womai\ -like an elpphant —never forgets. Hurt her deeply and the hurt will be with her forever. She may forgive—but she won't forget. That a woman has as much need a.s a man for being respected as a person. WMU Organized; Officers Named At The Hosoitals Klythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. B. McMullin, City. Edna Overman, City. Edna Thomas, City. News Classified Ads. Argentina. Australia and New Zealand exceed the U.S. In per capita civilian meat consumption, according to the National Geographic Society. "The Yarbro Baptist Women's Missionary Union was organized I Read Courier Tuesday night with Mrs. Bill Mitchell being named president, of the group. Interested church members gathered at the home of Mrs. Buford Flowers for the potluck supper affair. Others named to serve were, Mrs. Boyce Kesler, vice president: Mrs. Jack Emery, program chairman; Mrs- A. L- Richardson, treasurer; Mrs. Alma Austin, song leader and Mrs. Flowers, reporter. Plans were made for the weekly meetings on Friday evening. An Aug. 30 session was planned for the home of Mrs. Mitchell. SUKDAI Enjtr CeniM DilRY tU£EN li CONES • SUHtkES • MiLlJ . SHIKH atmiiis • TINTS L DAIRY QUEEN •L So. Highway 61 Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has T:30 p.m. session at Hofel Noble. -Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. BARGAIN CIRCUS! LAWN FENCE HOLDS STOCK KILLS vvttus Regular 27.95 25 Mtts AC * Intermittent slio.-k «t.i|>s livestock; constant low-current moving parts. -110 ELECTRIC FENCER POSTS C TOO FT. ROLLS 36" 12.88 42" M.88 48" 15.88 ANCLE STEEL 48-IN. HIGH 47' ICE CREAM FREEZER HEY KIDS! It's circus time at .!im Brown and there are wonderful, exciting"TWIRLING '-'^ RETURN TOPS" FREE! H 11 r r y — hurry f onie in with mom or «!ati and get vour gift. Thu v>«ek o'nlrl GALVANIZED PAILS Long life. Lea proof! 10 -<* 59c' I Qt Size 5.95 Rrss Ho7,e • Noz/le . . 50' On I'd on Hose . Keg. 5.79 490 4.98 TimBrown [ Ijf 10WN fjg t COUMriT «TOt» SINGLE DRAIN TUB With Droi, Hot! 9.45 DOUBLE DRAIN TUB"' With Drain H 0! . 18.95 WASHTUB n '" OJ t4.c.!. f 79 WASHTUB 1! "°° iavi-C.1. 2.19 105 E. Main St. Blytheville, Ark. <£,', 584 . Convenient Parking • ftte Delivery H«V:N« tUOGtT.MINOiO fOlKt IN AUIUU. AlKANt^k IOWA. MICMIOHN, MlillllirH. 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