The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 16, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 16, 1951
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PAGE BLYTH1TVTLLE, (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1W1 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 'Watermelon 1 Is Theme F&T Bridge-Luncheon , of Juicy watermelon adorned the tallies used yesterday at the monthly lad its Day at the Country Club which was marked with a bridge-luncheon. A watermelon theme was chosen lor the occasion. The II tables of bridge and canasta guests were seated at small tables set up in the A pad OILS ballroom. The rustic mantel was centered wilh watermelon pink 7,tri- nlas floating In a bowl of emerald green. .Priws for the [jue.sts were wrapped In green and tied in stripped pink and green and placed around the blooms. Early autumn flowers were spaced about the club to complete the .setting. A card table cover was awarded first place bridge winner, Mrs, Lloyd SUckmon. MfS, D. Martin ol Sleele was presented stationery a.s second prize winner. A luncheon ticket was third prize and went to Mrs, G. O. Poet/,. Mrs. Kendall Berry was top scor- *r in the canasta game and was presented stationery, a luncheon ticket was Riven second place winner, Mrs. George Hale. Mrs. John Walton Cocke, Jr.. ol Birmingham, Ala., houseguesl of her parents, Mr. end Mrs. Marvin Nunn wax an out-of-town guest. Mra, Matt Monaghan served as chairman ol the hostess committee. Mrs. H. C. SlniB. Mrs. Max Usrey, Mrs. James C. Guard, Mrs. Geati 1 Atkinson, Mrs, Albert Taylor, Mrs. A, R, Olsen. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Mra. W. D. Chfunblin, Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris composed the committee. * * • Mrs. Otto Scrape Leads Weekly Bridge Scores Mra. Otto Scrap* won high score, Mra. Jerry Scrape, second high and Mrs. Bill Lambert, brldgo last night ka ths weekly game, of the TLE Club. Mr*. Herman Turner WM hostess ft* her home to members ol the eiub and one guest, Mrs. Jack Dlck- •nscn. Th« hostess served a dessert, •our**. Fi*K Fry Entertain* Florida Visitori Mr. and Mr§. W. L. Smith lut Bight entertained at their home on the Armor*! Road with a fish fry •ompltmentlng Florida visitors, Mr. and MM. D. R. Darner of Fort Pierot and Linda Combs of Stuart, houaeeuc«U of Mr. and Mr*. N. C. Patterson. Following jwpp*r. thr 14 guest* •pent the remainder of the evening in form an f. • • • At The Hospitalt Hoaptt*! Mrs. Scrape Hostess To Club Eight, Guests Mrs. Otto Scrape yesterday entertained at her home /or the weekly session of Club Eight. Mrs. S. C. Owens waft the only guest Invited to meet for the afternoon of play- in? bridge. In the game. Mm. Charles Langston wm] hEgl) .score, Mrs. H. G. Partlow, second high and Mrs. Otto Scrape, brldgo. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon. This young woman coaxes a gleam Jnlo her Jiair by caring for it nfghlly uilh a brush lea- turinf crimped nylon bristlet. New Nylon Brush Has a'Built-in' Wave in Bristles By ALICIA HART N*EA He A uly Kdllor Now that summer's waning and back-to-school plans (ire taking shape, many a teen-ager's already begun mapping* out her beauty curriculum Tor next term. Ranking high on most schedules are njghtl} hair-brushing sessions. Since casually-arranged, brightly-gleaming tresses are among your best bets for enhancing your youthful loveliness, you loo may want lo work out a regular brushing program to promote Hint soU-a^-silk look. In your pursuit of lovely locks you may find helpful a brush recently introduced by one well- known firm. The bristles, which are of nylon, olfer you the long easy washing, quick drying and thorough penetration which you coma to associate- wllh this yntheUc. In addition, to help you hlgh- ight your hair, they've worked out new twist. The improvement is list that—R crimp in the nylon, hioh means, in effect that the ave li built right. Into the bristles. Encli wavy tuft fans out from he base of the brush in a wide lare, thus covering more surface han U possible with straight brls- les, they claim. These resilient Bristles weave over and under Ilia ifllr at the same time, and thus do a more thorough Job, according to he manufacturer. Mri. Hornw De*d*, Manila. MM. Herbert Thl«mM and baby, Osceol*. Bonni* Brady, Manila. Watte Hospital Buddy Haney, City. Mrs. J. H. Moser and baby. City. Mrs. Jerome Gray and baby, Manila- So Wonderfully Versatile Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday idelltis Cla« of First Baptist Church has potluck Mipper meeting at the church nt 7:15 p.m. Mrs John Mayes hostess. Mrs, Grover Wren hcsles.i to Thursday Rook Club, Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. C. and N. Birthday Club has 7 p.m. meeting at' the home of Mrs. Jim Henry LuUs. Mrs. P. S. Parker honoice. Friday Call meeting of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at the Rustic Inn, 8 p.m. Saturday Mlw Patricia McKetizie becomes the bride of Charles E. Crigger III Bits of News frfojff ceremony in Little in a 4:30 p.m Rock. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at- 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance wt Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Dr. and Mrs. J, E. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. E. J Cure, Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Fenrt- Ter, Mr. and Mrs J L. Gimn and Mr and Mrs. Ben Harpole, hosts and host eased. Miss Betty Jean Fleeman of Manila, bride-elect of Max Hcnrich .Scharrier being complimented with 9:30 a.m. breakfast at Rustic Inn. Mrs. O. T. Elliott. Jr., Mrs. James Gardner and Mra. Max Walters, lostesses. Sunday MI-SB Mary Trances Gaines-Blll Ray Nunnelee wed at th« First Christian Church at 4 p.m. s. Fisher Honored With Supper-Party Summer blooms decorated the lome of Mrs. W. E, Elliott last night when she was hostess for * buffet uppar party celebrating the birthday of her mother, Mrs. R. L. Fisher. Twenty-seven guesU attended he affair. Party games were played after which the buffet meal was servec from the dining table which was draped in lace and topped with i low bowl of the summer blossoms. During the evening. Mrs, Fisher was showered with gifts. An mil-of-lown. guest for the fcs- livltlcs was tlie htmorec's son George A. Lamb of LnFayette, La. Pamela Jean Garner Observes 3rd Birthday Because Jnmcla Jenn Garner was three years old yesterday. 13 children were invited to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I^wronce Garner on West Rose for an afternoon of Informal entertainment. The entertaining rooms were marked with balloons in vail-hues floating from the ceilings and walls. Three small candles burned nlop the birthday cnkn which was cut and served the gucst.s with Ice ricam. Pamela Jean presented each truest with favors of horns and balloons. Mrs. Douglas Dean and Mrs. Charles Rogers assisted Mrs. Garner. Good Old Days MONTREAL (A*/—A n expense sheet for one James O'Brien, who worked on the Lachlne Canal in 1822, was an eye-opener at the, McGHt Bummer historical exhlbl- ;lon. Hs received $1 a day but he Id only 15 cent-s for a pound of butter, and 10 cent* for an ounce nf (on and loaf of bread. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Koenler and daughter, Kay are now at home at 1020 West Main. They formerly resided at Dell. George A. f.amb of La Fayelte, I.a., is the guest of liLs mother, Mrs, R. L. Fisher. Mrs. George O. Pollock, Jr., returned Wednesday from a nine-day tour of points of Interest In Washington, D. C. and New York. Mr? Pollock was joined by friends in Memphis for the trip. Mrs. W. A, Black, who has beer hi Oklahoma City. Okla., arrived yesterday to visit hqr son, F, E Hlack, Mrs. Black and daughter Miss Betty Black. Mr. and Mrs Black motored to Memphis to mee 1 her. Robert M, Cherry arrived this afternoon from his home In Schc nectady, N, Y.. to be the guest o his brother, J. Louis Cherry ant Mrs. Cherry. David and Sara Lou Moody and James Wheeler Gracey left ye.ster t day afternoon for DecaLur. Ala., to visit their aunt, Mrs. M. V. Moore and family,- They were motored to Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Gracey nnd son, Tommy. Sgt. Thomas E. Tinker arrived Monday from Korea where he had served a year to spend 30 days with Mrs. Tinker and two children, Sgt. Tinker will report to Camp Breck-1 enridge, Ky., for reassignment. He' i.i a member of the First Calvary i Division. I MLss Jean Dechnan, who lias been spending the past 10 weeks In New Orleans has arrived to be- the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman, Miss Dcdman who has been ill of a virus infection is reported as Improved. Auldron Smith spent yesterday in Memphis where he underwent a medical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr., and son, George D. Pollock, III will leave Saturday for LaGuna Beach, Fla., where they will vacation for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Garner of Fort Pierce, Fla., and Linda Combs of Stuart, Fla., are the houscguests of Mr, and Mrs. N. C. Patterson. Mra. I. o. Westbrook Is reported In an Improved condition at her home on West Ash where she has been ifl of pneumonia for the past two weeks. Mrs. M. B. Foote Is leaving in the morning for her home in !./xs Angeles, Calif,, after being the of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. Ester Brown ha* returned from a 10 day visit with relatives In Houston, Tex. Condition of Mra. M, Fitzsimmons, who has been 111 - at her home on West Ash Ls reported as improved. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hinsley and the Rev. W. M. Edmondson spent yesterday In Memphis where Mrs. Hinsley underwent** check-up at St. Joseph Hospital. Mr. and Mr*. Charles E. Crigger. Jr., left today for Little Rock to attend the final festivities for tnelr Announces Sermon Subjects A sermon based on the recent lea/let, "I Admire Die Human Race" by Roger Williams Riis will be delivered by Dr. Alfred Vise, rlbbi of Temple Israel tomorro* night at Sabhalh and Memorial services at the Temple. Memorial services will lie conducted for Mrs Annie Weinbej-g, Sunday evening the Rabbi will speak at the chapel ser/ice of the Veterans ' Administration Hospital in Poplar Blufi. Of. Vise serves as Jewish chaplain for the hospital Holiday ^Scramblers' Need Rubber Soles His sermon will be Vears ol Our Ijfe." "The Best Church Revival To Begin Sunday The Rev. Sam Watson, minister of the Wilson Methodist Church will begin a revival meeting Sunday at the Half Moon Methodist Church. | Services will begin each evening 1 at 7:30 p.m. announced the Rev. B. W. Stallcup, pastor. Economy Cuts Complaints MT. VKRNON. III. <APl — Economy cuts in Mt. Vernon city payrolls resulted recently In: (1) elimination of tin can and rubbish collections, and <2» an offer to citizens to use the city dump free. Moreover, chances of complaining were cut. Citizens were advised that there would be no one to answer the street and alley department telephone, except for two hours B day. son. Charles K. Crigger, in and fiance, Miss Patricia McKenzie, wlio will be married Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Goff and son, Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Miller, Mrs. Ollie G a Erica and Mrs. Essie Goff, have returned from Galveston. Tex., where they had spent several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dial. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Dial and Mrs. Leslie Barnes. Dr. and Mrs. Orlie Parker NEW YORK (NEA>—The rub- bor-soled shoes that little girts (ami their brothers) wear for summer jlay are utilitarian. They haVe to in order to take scrambles over rocks and up tree trunks and across scorching city pas'cments. But they can be bright and attractive to children and thus fun to wear. In picking playtime shoes, mothers should bear in mind the fact that they are just as impor- By GAfl.K DITGAS XKA Women's Kdllor tant as leather-soled shoes for school wear. They should have thick sole cushions and a shockproof arch cushion to help support yodng growing feet. The uppers should be in a fabric sufficiently strong to keep its shape. An air-conditioned sandal deft} in blue has a cross-strap top in sturdy cotton fabric. The rubber sole is thick and lightweight in order to provide maximum comfort and protection against heat and hard surfaces. A different summer shoe frit*V.t- has a rubber sole that wears v clown's face with giraffes, elephants lions and .seals outlining the edges of the outsoles. Top Is height red cotton fabric; the shoe is completely washable. Thick sole cushion* and s^ockproof arch cushions giv* proper suport. Livestock and family returned yesterday from Big Springs, Mo,, where they had vacationed for several days. Mrs. J. E, Crook and Mrs. C. A. Hovey returned yesterday afternoon. from Chicago where they had spent | 26.50-31.00; utility and commercial at-1 cows 23.00-28.00; canner.s and cutters 17.00-23.00. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. Aug. 16. l./Pi— (USDA)— Hogs 10,000; barrows and gilts generally 15 to 2> lower than Wednesday's average; -some no Ibs down 50 lower than early Wednesday; sows steady to 25 lower; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 22.5075, top 22.15 freely; 240-270 Ibs 21.7S- 22.35; 280-300 Ibs 21.00-50; largely 21.25 lip; load 335 IDS 20.75; 150-110 Ibs 20.75-22.00; 120-140 Ibs 18.0020.25; 100-110 Ibs 16.00-17.50; sows 400 Ibs down 1950-20.25; heavier sows 17.50-19.25; stags 13.00-15.50; boars lOJO-13,50. Cattle. 1.500; calves. 900; a lew good and choice steer* and helters 33.50-35.00; utility and commercial Fat or Skinny, Everybody Keeps Comfortably Warm PORTLAND, Ore. W)—The shape of your body does not interfere with your keeping warm and comfortable. Not that anyone ever doubted this, but the question bothered heating engineers because they could not prove it. The proof was reported to the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers here by Professors FT W. Hutchinson, University of California, and Merl Baker, University of Kentucky. They madi measurements of how a dummy- five feet eleven inches tall, weighing 1G5 pounds—absorbs heat and then calculated the other shapes. seevral days while Mrs. Hovey tended the market. * RUTH MILLETT Wise Wife 'Expects' Not 'Demands' Consideration ft? RUTH M1I.LETT. NEA 8UK Writer Marigolds give off a phi^plvirc.*- cent t;low; other flowers give off li^ht. There is n big difference between "demanding" and "expecting" lo be treated with consideration, as any wise wife knows. The wife who "demand*" what she regards ax her rights may get them, bub she Ls also likely to get a lot of resentment- (rcm her husband along with her rights- The wife who quietly "expects" to be treated In a certain manner not only is more likely -to get that consideration, but what she gets, she sets without creating any resentment. How docs the wise wife put across the idea thai she "expects" her j husband lo do this or that? j First of all is (lie way she brings [ up the subject. She dors it in a cas- J mil. taken-for-wr suited m n n n e r. ; She assumes thai, of course, he'll l do It. I Tf an occasional reminder Is nee- j e.s?ary. she is matter-of-fact about j it. mil on the defensive as is the [ By Sue Burnett Adored by ^"cmten of every age is the clawic shirtwaist dre*s. Dependable and versatile, it Is so becoming in a aide variety ol fabrics. . This one has nice pockets, a choice of sleeve lengths. 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