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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 14, 1951
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FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1W1 June Shelton, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Informal Morning Party Continues Bridal Whirl An Informal morning party on the spa clou* porch of the Matt Mon'aghui home yesterday complimented bride-elect Ml« Mary Frances GalnE* Miss Barbara Monaghan was hostess to 16 guests Jor the pre-mipUal event feting MLsj Oalnes. Mi« Galnes will be married Sunday to Bill Ray Nun- nelte of Fort smith. Summer blooms In an array of shades filled bowls spaced alxiul the porch where the guests were received at 10:30. The hostess was fl.vsisted In serv- Inp assorted foods and frosted drinks by Miss Betty Black. During the morning, ML« Monaghan presented the guest of honor with a handmade luncheon set lor her new home. For the event the honoree chose > [rock of ranary yellow organdy worn with harmonizing accessories. Osceola DAR Chapter Honors Bride-Elect Miss Adele Hook. Osceola bride- elect of Horace E. Moore, Jr.. of Memphis and Corona was guest of honor Saturday lor the meeting of the Budget committee of the William Strong Chapter of the Daughters of the Amerclan Revolution. Mint Hook ts K chapter member. The group convened at the home of Miss Ruth S. Massey. regent and presented Miss Hook a DAR Inscribed china plate for her new home. Miss Hook has been active In the chapter having served as pane to the rt«U regent at an Arkansas Statft Conference and an Arkansas page «t a national session In Washington, D.C. The William Strong chapter l« composed of members throughout northeast Arkans**. Book Review Is Given At Teleco Meeting A nvinr at Frank Slaughter's book, 'Th« Stubborn Heart" was flvsn fcr Mrs. O. ». Ftasier last night at Ult monthly session of the Tel«o Club at the Rauorback. A buafnew discussion of planned aotlvltlM jweteded thi evening's WTle-w. A b>rb*e<M Mpp«r wu >*rvid following. Moist and Sticky Palms Avoided In Summertime Joyce Steele Entertains GA 14u to*«rm*<U*4« OrirU Auxiliary «f Calvary Baptist Church last met In th« horn* of Joyce for UK IMMII, "Our Nelgh- IMM to KM BouMi." ftfev, HMl Geurlfta, oounMlor me with the froup for th« sesslor which opened with prayer by Peg&r> Webb. Program participants were Patiqr CampbeW, Janet Michael, Peggy McBricW, Joyce St«ele, Peggy Webb and Mrs. oeurlan. Sentence prayen closed th» dla- «UMfons. The hostaw served cookies and iced drinks to the Auxiliary and gueste. Janet Michael and Peggy McBrlde. A dab of cologne op her palms guards Ui i s y o u a K woman against moist, sticky hands, makes more pleasant lier leisurely fame of soli la Ire. One of the most unpleasant things nboitt sum me r is the "feel" or nn- o veil tic 55 brought ou by moist ant sticky skin. Even though you manage lo keep your looks fairly presentable, it'E difficult to ace the world with assurance when your confidence Is undermined by an un~roomed feeling. Bits of News itlottl Wri. Dan Tyler and Mrs. Less Coyne have returned to their home In Atlanta, Ga., after a week's visit with Mrs. Tyler's sister, Mrs. G. H. DeLong. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wright and Mr. and Mrs. James Wright lett, Sunday (or their home In Detroit, Mich., after being the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolsey. Mr«. Leo Mathls of Kosciusko, Miss., and two sons, Oapt. Dan C rograms Given -or Circles Women of the Pirflt Baptist Church yesterday met In homes for Circle programs. ' Mrs. Kendall Berry was hostess ' II members of Circle One. Prayers wore offered during the afternoon by Mrs. J. W. Porllock and Mrs, Alvin Huffman. The lesson was taught by Mrs. Shelburn Brewer. Ten members and two guests of Circle Two met In the home of Mrs, • M. LaFerney. Prayer by Mrs. H, Chambers preceded the lesson which WHS taught by Mra, C. Smart. Mrs. Walter Bishop led the closing prayer. Prayer by Mrs. Charles Me Wat* >r«, Sr.. opened the meeting of the line members of Circle Three who met at the home of Mrs. C. W. AT- ilck. Mrs, E, C. Brown taught the lesson and Mrs. H. H. Brooks led the I visited Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Guer- atljournlng prayer. |lan and Mr, and Mrs. Bill Oner- Correct Hat Depends Upon Custom And Costume as Well as Occasion By ALICIA HART NKA Staff Writer This is a casual age we're living in out nonchalance of dress can be carried beyond the linilta of good taste unless care Is taken. Particularly is this true in the m&Uer of hats. Too many women tend to say, "I don't like hats; I don't wear them,' In thus exercising this Independence of choice they are cutting themselves off, by one rigid rule, from heeding Die individual demands of various occasions, Hie same thins applies to those who. Insisting they feel improperly Miss IB a Mrs. C, S. Lemons was hostess 'o Circle Four at her home with five •> attending. Two guests met with the group for the lesson taught by the hostess. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Teri King and Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Jr. Circle Five, with 12 members and two gursls attending met in Ihe home of Mr.s. E. P, llardin. Prayer by Mrs. Albert Enderlin preceded the lesson taught by Mrs. Woody Jackson. Mrs. E. C. .Johnson led in thp closing prayer. Nine members of Circle Six met in the home of Mrs. R. G. Cash with Mrs, Lloyd Stkkmon, circle chairman, opening the session with Joint repeating ot the watchword and the Lord's Prayer. The lesson was tan ght by Mrs. C. E. Eva n». Mm. Particularly distressing to manyj Wllbiirn OenniiiR adjourned Ihe Ian and daughter, former Blyihe- ville residents, Tn Fresno, Calif., they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Schaffer and Dickie and Kcnnie Dabls, grandsons of Mr. and. Mrs. Davis. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blevlns and daughter, they were the "gueM.s of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Alexander and son. Denis, former Blythcvilie residents in Reno, Nev. n Memphis today where Mrs. Cook ill enter the Baptist Hospital to ndet'go treatment, Mr. Cock will cninin in Memphis wii;i her. Mrs. Elinor Swafford has as her oiueguest Mrs. Bill Baker of St. Louis. Josephine Hick.s. Patty Hughes, Dorothy Lott, Beatrice Orr and Wflltcrine Orr returned Sunday li^ht from Camp Ferncliff near •ittle Hock where they had spent Karen Gall the name which women are moist palms. Whether you're enjoying R leisurely game »f surface of your hands with toilet changing handshakes in the midst of a whirling social eddy, this condition is an uncomfortable one. If this Is your problem, yovl may find It heluful to pnl the Inner surface f your hands with toilet water or cologne. The evaporating alcohol will bring down the temperature of the surface skin, providing not only a some of coolness, but building as well your grooming confidence and personal comfort. Gee, Roleson Top League Scores Mrs, E, B. Oee Riid Jim Roleson took top honors Saturday afternoon In the bl-weekly game of the Duplicate Bridge League. Other winners In the five table Howell movement''played .nt Hotel Noble were Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. O. W. Atfllck, wcond place and inrcting with prayer. Four guests met with the six members of Circle Nine at the home of Mrs. E. C. Thompson. Prayer by Mrs. James Kelly preceded the afternoon's lesson after which she also taught. Closing prayer wan led by Mrs. John Buchanan. Snclnl hour followed each adjournment. Mrs. Henry Young Hostess to Groups O. O. Hfmlaway Etchie^on, IViIrd. and Mrs. Foy 1 1- was announced that the monthly mnsterpolnt game would be played Thursday night. Mrs. Huey Leads Club Discussions Newest In Date Frocks Mn. J. O. Hney showed the eye opener yesterday at the bl-inonthly ilou of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club. Fen members met At (\\? club for : meeting conducted by Mrs. Hney. who opened the session with thi display ot a dahlia quilt. Group singing preceded (he bust- ness discussions in which plans were made for attending the annual rest ciimp the latter part of this month. Following the adjournment Mrs. today. For rest Moore, hostess for the afternoon served refreshments. • Mrs. Henry You me yesterday entertained at her home on North Franklin when she wn.s hostess for the Inlllnl Joint session of Circles One and Two of Lake Street Methodist Chinch. Prayer'by Mrs. W. L. Green opened the meeting for the 21 members ami one guest, Mrs. Willie Beasley During the afternoon Mrs. J. W Wnoluetns became a member of Circle One. Mrs. L. E. Gay wan leader for the program, "The Last for Which the First was Made" whicli opened-with group singing. Mra. Young led In prnyer followed by the reading of :he selected scripture by Mrs. icorge McGhehcy. Program p&rtlclpanU wer« Mn, C. M. Baxter, Mrs. Oreen. Mrs. George^ ShanVcs,' r tind Mrs. Don Lulr. Silent prayer'Adjourned the program portion. Mrs. Young M-ns assisted by Mrs. King and Mrs. Jimmy Sand«ra in serving party foods and frosted drinks In the social hour following. has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. Clay Mathls, Jr., for their first hlld, a daughter born Sunday at Walls Hospital. Mr.s. Mnthis is the ormer Miss Jo Ann Adair. Seaman Charles Allen Halle who . stationed at Oakland, Calif., spending a 15 day leave here with his mother, Mrs. Letlie Mae Music Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Higgln- x>ttom announce the birth of their first child n son. Aug. 2 at Blytheville Hospital. He has been named David Leland. Mrs. Hlgglnbottom s the former Miss Blllie Rutl tockran. Mrs. O. N. Forrest has returnee from Memphis wliere she vlsiter her brother. Aubrey Hungerford who U recuperating at St. Josepl: Hospital following surgery lasl week. Mrs. Bratl Daniel has been admitted lo Walls Hospital to undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer nice spent the weekend in Sardls, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Al Chronister am son, Gary, of BalesviMe. are visiting here as guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Martin and family. Mrs. Mary Merritt of St. Louis is the hoiisegunst pf her son, Aub- icy Merritt and family. Pfc. Rolwrt Turner left yesterday for McClellBii Field. Calif., where verywhere from the grocery store o the beach in millinery that should e reserved for church-going or .flcrnoon teas. A'flcxlble attitude is your best at- Holland and Mrs. Holland of El dressed without headgear, turn up Toro, Calif., and S/Sgt. Robert Holland and Mrs. Holland of Cocoa, Kla.j were weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. O. P. Gumming* and Dolor IK Parker. Mra, Mathls sister of Mr. Cu mm Ings. Capt. Holland recently returned f rom Korea, Sgt. Holland from England. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ford have returned from a three weeks tour of New Mexico, California and Nevada. Wrille In Roswell, N. M,, they tltude when deciding the queetlon of hats. You should take into consideration not only your own costume, the situation In which you'll be wearing thla accessory, but also the customs of the community In which you find yourself. If you're unturc of what Is correct, look around you at the well- dressed women with whom you come In contact. If they wear hats to the theater, then that's your cue. Make certain, however, when following- the-leader In such a manner, that you avoid Joslng your own Individuality. When you're confronted with a new situation when you've had no chance for observation—a garden party, for Instance—It's usually safer to wear a hat and then remove it If you find the other guests are bareheaded. * RUTH MILLETT Parent in Married Child's Home ts Bad Situation •7 RUTH MII.LETT. NEA SUfl Writer Circle Six Meets !n Lipford Home Nine members and 'one guest of Circle Six of Calvary Baptist Wo- mens Missionary Union met yesterday afternoon hi the home of Mrs. Charles Lipford for a program presented by Mrs. Henry Berry. Prayers were offered during the ne'wcVknd. They were accbmpan- afternoon by Mrs, Cora Pruitt and ed by Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray. Mrs. Mrs Lipford. Following th« afternoon's program Mrs. P. H. JtrnSgan pr&senied devotional- A salad plate was served by the ;osic;s* following the adjournment- It Isn't always a kindness to a widowed mother for her married I child to Insist that she give up her ' own home and her own life and move in with the young couple. With the best intentions In the world, things often don't work out for the happiness of all concerned. For instance, take the situation revealed In Lhls letter from a woman who tells me: "You may publish all or part of this letter If you wish." "When my husband died my only hild insisted (hat I come to live •1th her. Her husband was anxious o have me, Blso. He has always eeh very kind to me and r have easoti to believe that my being In ils home makes things easier for Li stationed Communications at an Air Center spending 15 days here with his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Cook are Bible Class Cancels Meeting Ttie monthly business-program meeting of the ladles Bible ClMs of the First Methodist Church orlgl- nnlly planned for Friday aflernooi will not be held, it was Announced j Kay serves as Young People's director for Huffman Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Hurold Thompson, Sr., returned yesterday from a two weeks tour of the eastern states. They motored Mrs. Tony Bruschl iinii SOILS to their home tn Trenton, N T .J. Mrs, Bruschl and sons had been spending the month of July here with relatives. While in the east Mr. and Mrs- Thompson also visited friends and relative.? In Long Island and West New York. N.J. The Rev. Byron Epps returned this weekend from West Frankfort, III., where he had conducted a week's revival meeting at the Baptist Church. Miss Betty Jean Ooff of Washington. D.C., Is spending three weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. S. Goff. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Prlchard and family of Sikeston, former Blythcvilie residents, were Saturday night guests ol Mr. Prichard's mother, Mrs. D. L. Boyd and family. Mr. and Mrs. Prichard also spent Sunday In Jonesbcro with Mr.s. Pricharri's mother, Mrs. Olga Pafford before returning to their home. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton will return in the morning from Guthrie .Ky., \shere they have spent the past 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Scott have returned from a three weeds' visit in Flint, Mich., as guest of their daughter, Mr.s. Jack Mishaw and family. They also visited In Canada and Niagara Falls before returning home. Mr.s. Joe Craig arrived today from Dexter, Mo., to spend several days a.s guest of Mrs. E. E. Hardin. Mrs. Craig Is a former Blythcvilie resi- At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Jimmle Blaylock, Bikes ton. Virgil Needbam, City. Mrs. A very Gardner »nd baby Steele. Miss Florenc* Chambers. City. Walls Hospital ' Dismissed: Mr.s. I>orls Phillip* and baby. City Wilbur Kelly, Rt. 1. ilm. "My daughter and son-lu-law ave two children and I have teen aby-sitter many, many nights and Iways when they take a trip out if town. I have enjoyed-doing this. "But my daughter in many ways nakes me feel like a servant, Tdo 11 the heavy cleaning, also Uie ui-sh washing and ironing; She is out on social affairs a great deal of he time, many days does nothing around the house. "When there is company in the evening I am expected to go to my •oom and I go, because If 1 didn't here would be something unpleasant said and I do not care to have hat happen. Mother Made Many Sacrifices "I do not have a college education, but I -sent her to college and denied myself many things so she might have music lessons and <i1e other tilings all girls want so much. I am glad 1 could do It. But I think she is afraid I may make her ashamed because, no doubt, I do not always do and say the proper thing. "My advice to mothers is never to go to live with a daughter." In this case, as in so many, mother and daughter woud undoubtedly lave remained better friends If mother had been left In her own home, free to leaa her 'own life. Now hurts and misunderstanding lave piled up and the relationship 's no longer the happy one it should ae. . Nor Is It likely that either on^. is entirely to blame for the situavP :ion The mother says she feels lik« a servant, yet she must have assumed those duties willingly in th» beginning and set a pattern her daughter soon cam,e to take for granted. Also. J( the mother through lh« years sacrificed for her daughter, she should have realized that if she went to live with her daughter she would still be expected to take a back i scat and to continue to give without any thought of herself. And that is what most often causes trouble when a parent goes to live with a married child. All the mistakes made in the relationship in earlier years are continued. They are much more likely ,to be ended If parent and child live separate lives apart. dent. Mrs, Billy 0. Rayxiei ii now a the home of her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. I. M, McHiffey with whom shi will make her home while attend ing Blythcvilie High School thi year a.s a member of the senlo class. For the past three month Mrs. Haynes ha* made her home In R>rt Mead, Md., and Washington D.C., while Pvt. Hayne.s is stations at Fort Mead. Mrs. Haynes is the former Miss Patsy McHaffey. Miss Florence Chambers was removed to her home on Route Four yesterday afternoon from the Bly- thevllie Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment for a fractured hip suffered recently In a fall. Mrs. Maude Ca.isidy returned this morning from a week's vacation In Flint, Mich., where she visited her son, Claude CassJdy and family. Mrs. Cassidy also visited points of Canadian interest. Business Session' Held in Home Mrs. Harry Lawson conducted the business session at the meeting of the Womens Missionary Society of Huffman Church yesterday when Mrs. George Perry was hostess at her home to 19 Society members and two guests. During the afternoon's discussions, a report was given by Mrs. Billy Ray, Young People's director on a weekend spent at Camp Ferncliff near Little Rock. In the social hour following gifts were showered upon Mrs. EUnor Stafford, who this week will move to Blytheville to make her home. Mrs. Perry led the adjourning prayer after which she served refreshments. Guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Mary Merritt of St. Louis who is visiting Aubrey Merritt and family and Mrs. Bill Baker, guest of Mrs. Swafford. My Ironrite helps me ^ keep a young'look" The next session of the class will i Sept. 21 at the cnurch. How to Judge a Fine Car! Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday East Side Garden Club meets at Lake Street Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. I verso n Morris program leader, Mrs, Speck McGregor, hostess. Jayccettes meet at the club at 7:30 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Brldg* League plays at T:3Q p.m. ^^ Wednesday ^F' Mrs. Floyd Seay hostess to High Two Club, Club Eight meets In the home of Mrs. Otto Scrape. Ladies Day at the Country Club. Bridge-buffet luncheon beginning at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Herman Turner hosteas te» TLE Club. Thursday Orientation course for staff aide* to work In Bloodmobile will be given in the Mirror Room, Hotel Noble, from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Fidelias Class of First Baptist Church has potluck supper meeting at the church at 7:15 p.m. Mra. John Mayes hostess. Mrs. G ro v er wre n heat ess lo Thursday Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Miss Patricia McKenzie becomes the brtde of Charles E. Crigger III in' a 4:30 p.m ceremony in lilttle Rock. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Dr. and Mrs. 'J. E. Beaslsy, Mr", an'd Mrs/E. J Cure, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fend^ ler. Mr. and Mrs J L. Ounh ""jfc Mr and Mrs. Ben Harpole, hosts-a^JP! hostesses. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration MT« Mr*. J. J. 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