The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 15, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 15, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BI.YTHEVII.1.B, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WMJWDSTJAY, AUGUST IB, 10M Society, AfewA Jane Shelton, Society Editor W Phon* 4461 Dessert Canasta Shower Fetes Miss Slankard Miniature rolling pin cards marked the places of Ihe 21 guesis attending the dessert canasta- shower at the Dixie Pig last night [ complimenting bride-to-be Miss BonUa Slankard. Several events have honored the bride-elect, who plans a Monday marriage to Wade O, Reeves, Jr. Mrs. Bill Ollbow was hostess for the pre-nupual party. Each small table set up for the game was centered with tiny wood- Many-Pocketed Wallet Has Space For Your Cosmetics and Cash en rolling pins, suggestive of the chosen kitchen theme. MUs Kathryn Martin was high score winner in the cana.sta game wilh Miss Shirley Kins tRklug second high honors. In the bridal games played Mrs. Bill Avis and Mrs. Floyd Kerbongh were prize winners. A novelty corsage of kitchen articles Interspersed with yellow dahlias was presented Miss Slankard from her hostess. For the occasion » brown chambray sunbiick frock trimmed In touches of white with brown and pique and v^or white accessories was selected Miss Slankard. by . Following the game, the miscellaneous gifts from the guests were opened by Miss Slankard. • . • BSP Chaper, Guests Attend MOAT Production - Twenty-nine membe'rs and guests of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were In Memphis ]ast night for the MOAT production, "Miss Liberty." Attending were, Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers, Mr. and MM. Robert Lipscomb, Mr. and Mrs. Blake Fol-, 3y, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davis, Mr. •nd Mrs. Perry Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owens, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rowland Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klrksey. By ALICIA HART NKA Ifcuuty r.'dUor The active woman who claim* J she just cftn'v be bothered with ga- I the ring op and carting along her beauty makings every lime she leaves the house, is going to- have to think up a new excuse for her ouUloor clowd 1 ness, One wtll-knowri beauty firm ha* *ixed lilies- 1 , so that she automatically grab* her make-tin necessities .simply by reaching- for her v;allct, The trick is H new siipcr- comparimcntcd billfold which Iti- cli|des. In addition to the usual pockets foi bilLs and change, space for a mLrrui, automatic rough puff, automatic ixrnler ptilf, ami lipstick. Dc.spHe the variety of cosmetics included the new billfold is remarkably compact, ft fits wit hunt bulging Into the pccket of your blacks, snort." or golf drc-sjs, or, If you're carrying a purse. snugglc.s^,_ like the good space-saver It Is into one stnah corner. Although the wallcUs themselves, which are made of fake pigskin, come in <*nly one shade—red—the make-up is available iti three assortment;, to suit the coloring of blondc.s, orunette.s or redheads. Miu Betty Black and escort, Florence Moore, Miss Nancy This new waJjet is virtually a portable dressing table, including, in addition to compartments lor cash, pockets lor make-up necessities Miss Holland, Mrs. Louis Henderson, Mrs. Joseph McHaney and MLss Jetty c Huffman. Mrs. \V. J. Pollard, chapter sponsor, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, •ponsor of Alpha Delta Chapter and Mrs. P. D. Foster also attended. Mrs. Lipscomb, chapter president announced a call meeting for Friday night at 8 p.m. at the Rustic Iim. • * • Business Session, Bunco Highlights Monthly Meet Plan* were discussed for the squ- T«nir corsages to be made for the annual Cotton Ball this fall, last night at the business-social session of the Jayceellc*. \ Mrs, Carl Marshall wax hostess at the Jaycee Club for the meeting which was conducted by Mrs, H, L Halsell, Jr., president. In the social hour following the hostess served a dessert course and bunco was played with Mrs. Marshall winning; first place. Mrs. Halsell took bunco with Mrs. LaGrone Whittle, low score winner. Miss Eula Creasy at Little Rock, of Mrs. Marshall was the only guest. Flower Judging Held at Meeting rs. Laccy Gordon took first place honors last night in the flower arranging contest held at the monthly session of the Ertst Side Garden Club. Six club members and three guests attended the meeting at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. Minnie Vance, Mrs. Gertrude Holiman and Mrs. C, M. Gray were the club's only guests for the session conducted by president, Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. Prayer by Mrs. Iverson Morris preceded the evening's devotional by Mrs. George McGhehey. 1 n Ihe p r o g r a in directed by Mrs. Morn. 1 :, Mrs. Holiman, home demonstration agent spoke on "The Care of Kuscs" Mrs. Gray selected as her subject, "When and How to Spray Roses." Mrs. Lacey r-i-.ip- fine hided the program with the discussion, "Iris." .1... A', u. i j i icst was second place winner In the flower Judging mmedlatcly following. Duplicates Are Popular Bits of News erSona.1 Skoulder Accessories Are Important for Fait Initial Session Held by Gosneil PTA at School The Initial session of Gosnel Parent Teachers Association lo the current year was held last nigh Rt the school with Mrs. Marvi Rast, president presiding, n the business session, Floyd Iiby and John Lane were named to the program committee: MLss Betty Harris was appointed to the subscription committee and C, A. Moody a member of the hospitality committee. School superintendent, P. E. Lucius spoke to the members concerning the possibility of having the .school's Association! rating raised. Sept. 4 was named as the date for an Ice croam supper to be given at the school, according In high school principal, Mr. Irby, who also addressed the group. The next session for Nov. 11- was announced Love Group.Has Business-Program Mrs. J. C. Ellis was In charge of the program presented last night lor the seven members and four guests of the l,o ve Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church who met in the home of Mrs. J. J. Morgan. Mrs. Freeman Robinson led the business discussion immediately preceding the program 1 n which Mrs. C. A. Tant. Mrs. John C, McHaney and Mrs. A G. Hall participated. The evening's devotional wa.s given by Mrs, John Burnett with repeating of the missionary benediction closing the session. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Morgan. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday 'Orientation course for staff aides lo work In Rloodmobile will be given in the Mirror Room, Hotel Noble, from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Fidelia* Class of First Baptist Church has potluck supper meeting at the church at 1 :15 p.m. Mrs John Mayes hostess. Mrs. G rover Wren hostess to Tlmr.sikay Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. C. -and N. Birthday Club has 7 p.m^nijTe'ting at the home of Mrs Jim : lTenry Lutes. Mrs. P. S. Parker honorce. Phillip and Brian Lackle of Detroit, Mich,, have returned to their tome after spending five weeks icre with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pollard. They also vis- ted Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pollard of Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Reeves are pending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Elgie H. Brown returned yesterday from an n day tour of the New England states, Points o( interest visited included. Mount Vernon. Monlicello, W»l- Jiam.sburg, Yorktown and Washington. D.C, Mrs. L. K. ShurJas of Marian rm arrived yesterday to be the guest of her sUter, Mrs, Dick J White and Mr. White. She accompanied Mrs. White to Blythevllle from Jackson, Miss., where botV had attended the Mississippi State Bridge Tournament. Miss Mary O'Brien has returned from a three weeks visit In Dyers- bui'K with relatives and friends, Mrs. James Bell and son, Bil!> arrived last night from their homt, in Slutt^crt to .spend a week with Mrs Bell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. | W O. Anderson. j Mr. and Mrs, W. D, Chambliti have as their houseguesUs Mrs. Chamblln's sister-m-law, Mrs. H. T. Han ell and daughter, Nancy of Flint, Mich. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Filz- hugh and children returned last night from a month's vacation. Mr. Fitzhugh attended a week's conference at Camp Mitchell, on Petit Jean, they visited with relatives and also spent several weeks at a abln in the Ozarks. Mrs. Frank Cooper of Rector and aughter-in-law. Mrs, Bobby Coop- r of Jonesboro were Tuesday guests Mrs. Frank Cooper's sister, Mrs, *1 B. Harrison and family, Mr. and Mrs. Upton Booker-and tiildren, Mrs. J. D. Booker and Mr. 1 nd Mrs. Marvin Lane attended a Huffstutter family reunion at Reel- oot Lake Sunday. Approximately 9 families were represented. Mlsi Eula Creascy of Little Rock <» the houseguest of her sister, Mrs. Carl Marshall and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Clayton and .aughter, Nancy of St. Louis are tie houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilburne. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph E. Stover, Jr., .nnounce the birth of their first hild a son, Aug. 9 at Walls Hospl- al. He has been named Bryan Joeph. Mrs. Stover is the former rtisa Carmen McCormicfc of Sati Antonio, Tex. ' Mrs. Brad Daniel was removed to er home on East Cherry this morning 1 from Walts Hospital where .he had been undergoing treatment. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Grant of Atoka. Tenn., were weekend guests >f Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Morris and [amlly. Mrs. B. O. Hall in now at her loma on Moviltrle Drive after undergoing treatment al Campbell's Jllnlc, Memphis. Miss Dorothy Lichtenberg and Miss Juanita Cochran left last night for their home in St. Louis Stoles and scarves for fall range from the practical lo the glamorous. A brilliant red knit Heft) U touched with white "chickenwire" embroidery. Lustrous satin (left center) makes a pair of Roman- striped scarves. One is threaded through (he neckline; Ihe other wrapped ctimmerbund-fasMon. A sheer pleated chiffon stole (right center) is looped through the neckline and belt to form drifting panels. Bright red jersey stole (right) has jumbo notched pockets studded with matching wool pom-poms. This Is a stole that eouU go to college. Oversized fake pearl earrings and cople* of antique heraldic pins are teamed with these stoles. Call Friday meeting of Alpha Alpha YWA Chapter Meets in Home Dorothy Shcppard last night was hostess ftt her bnmfl lo five members and three KXieMs of the Dolly Hlett Chapter of Ihe Young Wo- mens AssofintLcn of the First Dap- list Church for a business sf.s- liOH. 1mmediately following the routine discussions, the group attended n cottage prayer meeting nt the home of Mr. and Mrs, R. G. Kcn- right. Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at th Rustic Inn, 8 p.m. Saturday MLss Patricia McKeniie become the bride of Charles E. Crlgger n in a 4:30 p.m ceremony In Llttl Duplicate Bridge League plays it Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance a Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Dr. an Mrs. J. E. Beasley, Mr. nnd Mrs. E J Cure, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fcnc ler. Mr. and Mr.s J L, Gunti an Mr and Mrs. Ben Harpole, hosts an hostesses. Sunday MLss Mary Frances Gafnes-RiU * RUTH MILLETT * Check Yourself on These If Family Life Is Unhappy By RUTH MII.LCTT. SKA Staff Writer The sooner a woman figures these tilings out for herself, the better off she is: That no one, sitve possibly her parents. Is going to love her for her- Masterpoint Game Clayed by League The monthly mastcrpomt game oE ie Country Club Duplicate Bridge eague was played last night with Irs, F. E. Black and Mrs. C. W. fflick taking high score honors. Second place honors in the five able game went to Mrs. O. W. Copedge and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Hary W. Haines and Mrs. L. F.. Shurlds f Mariamia took third place. udgc Kelley to Speak At Steele Next Tuesday Judge Camilla Kelley of Mem- his will speak to the Parent Teach- rs Association at Steele at 8 p.m. \iesday. The first woman In the south to >e elected juvenile court Judge, she ecame famous for her work with he youth of Memphis. Her latest book. Delinquent Anels, i.s - being made into a movie. >he recently retired after 31 years 'f youth work. after spending week here as guesU of Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison. While here, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Harrison, Judge, and Mrs Harrison. Miss LIchtenberg and MLss Cochran spent several days at the Harrison cottage at Lake Nor fork. Ray Nunnelce wed at the Christian Church at 4 p.m. International Poetry Contest Is Open ROME OP) —A prize of $1.000 will be awarded in the fall to the winner of (he inter national poetry prize "Syracuse." Unpublished poems In" any European language can compete The works must be -submitted In MX copies to The International | Poetry Association tVin Pi'Hz'.ano I 6fl> in Rome befcre Sept- 33, 1931. Expedition Charts Wi/c/s VANCOUVER i,?*-, - A scientific parly surveying the mountains of the western Chilcotin Range Ihis summer include.? three members of the Roynl Canadian Air Force search and rescue unit and nine civilian mountaineers. They hope to chart many square miles of wilder- Al The Hosoitals Bljrthevnle Hospital DismlMed: Jeanetta Webb, City. Mrs. Lee Ashcraft, Cooter. Mary Ann Burton, City. Mrs. R. C. Hodge, City, Walls Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Herbert Rittenberry. Rt. : Mrs. L. C. McClellahan and babj Steele Mrs, A. J. Matthews and bab) Ctty. Mrs, Brad Daniel. City. Mrs. Joseph K. Stover, Jr., nil baby. City. That where a husband Is con-(poorest weapon. A man can always cemcd a woman's teurs are her run away from tears. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration (eiser Man Is Named To Faculty at Illinois A Keiser, Ark,, man has been lamed to Ihe faculty of the Unl- ersity of Illinois, according to an announcement from the school, Charles W. Marshall will be an instructor in philosophy in the lollege of Liberal Arts and Sciences next year. self aJone. Other people will love her only if she offers THEM something—unquestioning love and loyalty, gaiety, real friendship, pleasant companionship, or any of the tilings people constantly look for in each other. That the one quality in a woman a man never grows tired of a good disposition- Thai nobody feels sorry for the woman who feels sorry for herself, j That the really smart woman is j the one who is efficient but doesn't advertise the fact or look the part. She Sets Ihe Tone of Family Living That no family is ever any happier than the woman who Is the "Ir.cly of the house." That when a man is mean to his children, chances are he Is annoyed \\ilh his wife. That it is all right to "sacrifice" for one's children just so long as one never expects them to feel grateful for the sacrifice. That the wisest way to treat a husband's temporary grouch is to ignore it. That small meannesses — even when there is the justification of "getting even" with someone—never pay. The kind of lines that small meannesses leave'on a woman's face no beauty salon can erase. REMOVE DANDRUFF Listen to KLCN al 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Talking Crow Entertains In Calgary Zoo CALGARY (/TV—Peggy, the talking crow nt the Calgary 100, Is regrettably -ionci of slang. She calls out "hullo" to everybody but once m a while will cronk "you. swine." Favorite phrases are "look what I found uptown" and "that's why." 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