The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 22, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILkE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS IH/N BBD AT, AWJUBT ff, in» Shelton, Society Editor m Jan* Pboh* 4461 Alumnae Association Entertains with Luncheon Luncheon today at RKitic Inn for 25 guest! complimented rushee's of Delta Gamma social sorority and members of the local alumnae group. ' The Alumnae Association »as hostess tor the rush party for which students who will attend the Dili- 'vcrsity of Arkansas, the University of Tennessee and Southern Methodist were Invlled. Gleaming silver held yellow roses, the sorority flower atop the "U" shaped table from which the two course meal was served. LlghUd yellow tapers placed in crystal candelabra stood at -either side while the. sorority flower was repeated in the handmade place cards o( tiny satin tied roses marking each guest's place. Other decorfltioiis ot the spacious room were in compliment to the sorority colors, bronze, pink and blue Background music was provided by Mrs. f B Joyner, Quests attended from Madanna, West Memphis, Luxora. Osceola. Rector, Marked Tree. Jonesboro, Wynne, Hornersville, stecle, Ken. nett. and Blytheville. Miss Sarah Langston of Liixora served as rush chairman, Mrs. Mavis Settlemire heads the Alumnae Association. Theater-Watermelon Party Honors Welch Guest ^theater party for 10 members o! *ie teen-age set followed by watermekn feast at the boy Welch home yesterday complimented Nancy Ann Worthy of Marked Tree when Mrs, C. L. McWalers, Jr., and daughter, Mac; Wroten Waters entertained the guests Nancy Ann is the houseguest oi her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Welch. Following (he theater and watermelon parties, the remainder of the afternoon was spent informally on the terrace of tho Welch home. Several other evenla have complimented , Nancy Ann, who is spending this week In Blytheville. Sew-Easy Princess Lines 8264 6-M yn. By Sue Burnett Here Is • darling little school dress for the miss of six to Jour- teen that is delightfully easy to sew. Princess lines go together no, smoothly, and .she's sure to like the tiny ruffle trim. Pattern No. 8264 Is a new-rite perforated pattern In sizes 8, 8, 10. 12 and 14 years. Size 8, 2*4 yards of 35 or 39-inch. For Ibis pattern, aend 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett Courier News Dell W. S. C S. Meets at Church Mrs E. C. Gosa and Mrs. U. S. Blankenshlp were hostesses Monday night at the Dell Methodist Church lo 'members of the Women's Society of Christian Service for a program Bits of News m^. Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise has returned fro;n five weeks In San Pedro, Calif., where she VTQS the guest of her son, Lloyd v, Wise and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pollard .have returned from Detroit, Mlcir, where they had spent the weekend. Mr. and Mis Warren, and Mi 1 , and Mrs. Ray Bwlney, have returned from a vacation at Jackson. Miss., Gulfporl, iilloxi and . . E. N ' ew Orleans. While in New Orleans were new members. Taking , lhe S' were the guests of Mr. and In the program, "Christian M «- J - >' McBrlde. Jr., dnrl fam- Mr. McBrlde Is Mis. Warren's and business session. Mrs. Jack Lewis and Mrs. H. Gosg part Service for Older People," were Mrs. | L. M. Moody. Mrs. Arthur renter, Mrs. Lynn Crook. Mrs. R. B Crawford and Mrs. L. O. Peterson. In the business session, Mrs. ,J. R. Gill was named secretary of student work to replace Mrs. T. C. Hicks, who has moved to Little Rock. Plans were made for attending the fall district seminar to be Held In Joncsboro next Wednesday. During the social hour, glfls were be guest* of Mrs.'Estes' parents, Mr. I packed to be sent to the Navajojand Mrs. L. E. Ony. and family j Melhodlst Missions in Faimlnnton.i and Mrs. Estcs' parents. Mr. and' N. M. Mrs. J. n. Gill led the clos- M-'S. Henry Youiv ami fairly • line prayer. | Mr antl Mrs R ic' ]mrc | sivairi Ml | A dessert course was served ' the hostesses. brother. Deborah Jean It the name which lias been selected by Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Warren for their first child, a daughter born Saturday at B!y- thcvllle Hospital. Mrs. Webb is the former Miss Opal McOcrmott. Mr. and Mrs. Jody Bites and children, Wanda, Linda, Gay and Joe, arlved yesterday afternoon fronr their home in Springfield. Ore., to I * RUTH MILLETT If You Really Love Him, You Think He's Wonderful By RUTH Mll.I.ETT. NBA Start Writer "Is it really a good fdea lor a | wife to keep up the pretense that her husband LS wonderful after she has discovered that he Ls just an average sort of guy, sometimes right, sometimes wrong, sometimes lovable, sometimes exasperating?" ask-s a wife. II she loves him. she will probably think he 1-s wonderful, even though .she knows he isn't perfect. If she loves him, there won't be zny need for pretending anything. He's her man— and he is wonderful. Of course, she may hot always think ne is right- Of course, she will But if she loves him, she'll think he Is wonderful meet of the time. Because a woman who loves a man tends to think more about his good qualities than about lus faults. Loving him, she wants *o think he Is wonderful—and so she doe.s. That is why she doesn't have to pretend. For if a woman thinks a man Is wonderful, he knows it. He can sense the fact that even though she doesn't always think he is right or always approve of what he does, she still thinks he is extra special. Actually a woman can't fake that ESA Monthly Social Held in Wylie Home -An evening of playing, bingo Rt the home of Mrs. Maurice Wylie last night .provided .the entertainment for the monthly social honor- Ing-members ot Epsllon' 81'gma Alpha fioroHty..: , &•; ,' , Marigolds and colorful asters filled bowls set about the entertaining roorpa. . . During: the evening a dessert course was served the guests. * * • Members, Guests Attend Meeting Eight members and four guests of Circle Three of Calvary Baptist Church last night met at the home of Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Group singing followed with prayer by Mrs, Ellen Conley preceded the business.discussions led by MM. Hubert Polsgrove. A solo, "No One Ever Cared /or Me Like Jesus. was sung by Mrs. B. B. Slatton, accompanied by Mrs. Sybil Blue. Miss Jean Norman presented the evening's devotional. Miss Norman gave the story, "No Bible," followed by the closing prayer led by Mrs. P. H. Jernlgnn. Mrs. Birmingham served refreshments. Don't miss the Fall and Winter FASHION. It contains 48 pages of new styles, simple to make frocks for all nges; decorating tricks, gift patterns printed Inside the book, Send 25 cents today. Mrs. Garrigan Leads Program Mr.s C. W. Garrigan was program leader yesterday at the session of the Womens Societ yof Christian Service of Half Moon Methodist Church. The group convened nt the church lor the program, 'The Last for Which the First Was Made," and a brief business discussion. The afternoon's devotional was Iven by Mrs. Jim Alexander. Pro- ram participants were Mrs. O, N. .llteheJl, Mr.s. B. r. Gay and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins. Mrs. Mitchell, society president, .irected the business discussions in •hlch plans were made /or st- eading the fall seminar Aug. 29 in Jonesboro. The meeting wns adjourned with irayer by Mrs. Hawkins. 372 W. III. Quincy Street. Chicago 6. P. T. A. School To Be Held WILSON, Ark., Auj. 22—T h t Mississippi County Parent-Teacher Association school o( instruction will be held In Wilson Aug. 28 nt the First Baptist Church. The meeting is scheduled (o beRtn At 10 a.m. and Mrs. Ed Williams of Wilson, president ol the county PTA, announced that the church nursery would be open tor children accompanying their parents. 50th Anniversary To Be Celebrated Mr, and Mrs. T). G, Gracy Will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with & family reunion and open house at their home In the Flat Lake Community The reunion will be held preceding; open house from 3 till S p.m. Coming Events Social Calendar :-' Thursday Phebean Class of First spent Monday in Memphis. i Miss Daisy Van Winkle and Mrs. I Fern Powell- and daughter, Martha left this morning for their home in Springfield. Mo,, after spending « week here as guests of Mrs. i«|-ll Blaekard and Mr. and Mrs. A M.I Van Winkle. Dr. and Mrs. Orlie Parker and family will move to their new home at 2001 Hcarn tomorrow. They have been residing at 324 East Kentucky. 1 Mrs. Billy Boom? is ill at hi'r home on Chickasuwba Avenue. Dr. and Mrs. John Allison and daughter. Alice, of Chicago, arc the guests of Dr. Allison's father, J. p. Allison, and family . Mrs. Joe Alexander. Jr., is reported in a satisfactory condition at the home of I>nr mother. Mrs. Mary Hayes, 109 VV. Ash, v.'hcrfi she Is recuperating from fl broker; hip suffered three weeks ago in a full. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards will spend the weekend In Tallulah, La., as guest of their daughter, Mrs. John O'Shea nnd family. En route, they will be the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson of Memphis. Mrs. R. J. Killinsworth announces the birth of a daughter, Cathy -Jean. Aug. n at Blylbeville Hospital. Mrs. Killinsworth Is the former Miss Barbara Jeanette Davis. Cynthia Carolyn Is the name which has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banister for their daughter born this morning at Walls Hospital. She Is their second child, they have a son, William Stephen. Mrs. Banister is the former Miss Evelyn Ashley. Mrs. Belle Wood had as her Mon day guests Mrs. Walfer Holly anJ daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Smith, Stecle. .-, .if -i have mom en Is— maybe even days or weeks— of being exasperated with him. And if she Isn't afraid to be hcr- sel/ .she'13 say when .she thinks he Is wroiiK. She'll let him know when she Ls ex ks per a ted. She won't pretend to agree with him or .pretend to Jike behavior that annoys her. Take Top Honors Mrs. Ra'-.bell Phillips runl Mrs, F. E. Black took first place hontrs last feeling for long, anyhow. If it Is ume.stly there, all her attitudes will reflect It. If it isn't there, her real feelings are going to show .sooner or later. So the best advEce for a wife isn't to p re tend her husba nd Is wonderful, it's to dwell more on his good qualities than on his faults — mid then -he'll -seem wonderful. MANILA NEWS By Mrs. Lc« Baker Mrs. Bojrd Tlddle, and Mrs. Claude Jackson of Blythevllle visited Mr». Jessie Jackson and Mrs. M. Forrest Sunday. Mre. O. K. Ashabranner and Mrs. J. J. Downing returned Saturday from Campbell, Mo., where they have, spent the past week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stewartj Jr. and daughter, Jeane. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wright visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Camp in para- goulcl Sunday. Mrs. Edith Homer, Mrs. Myrtle Pearson, Mrs. Mabel Horner and daughter. Rebecca, were Memphis visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Edwards, Sr., and daughter, Mary Aim., were Little Hock visitors this weekend. Miss Bonnie Ruth Morris of Memphis vlsUed her mother, Mrs. Nina Morris, this weekend. Mrs. Pearl Young or Kennett visited Mr. and Mrs. Doyle White Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Holsclaw had as their Sunday house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boycr and Mrs. Curt Bartholomew of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Dean pierce and pn, Joe Dean, visited hi Hot Springs over the weekend. After spending a 30-day inriough with his family. Sgt. Starling W Harmon left Monday morning for Fort Breckcnridge tn Kentucky where ^le \vill be reassigned Sgt Harmon returned July 10 don Korea where he has served will h» Army (or tht put yM*. Mr. and Mri. Wtjrn* spent Saturday In Oewta. Mr. and Mra. L. B. Oum wtM Memphl* vlsltori W«do«K4«r tad Thursday. Miss Freida Travis of Springfield, Mo., U visiting,with Mr. and tin. Herbert Atkinj. Marriage License* The following couples yeiterdaj obtained marriage licenses at th« office of the county clerk, Mi«. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Jesse Elwood stroder and Mri. Charlottee L. Stroder, both of Cap«j Glrardeau, Mo. ' .• R. V. Long and Miss Hazel Huddleston, both of Manila. Read Courier News Classified Ad«, night in the weekly game of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge Lcngue, Tieing for second high were Mrs. O. S. Crowcll and Harry W. Haines and Mrs, W. A. Affiick and Mrs. Georgia Bailey, Mls« Irnogene'.Msynard leit 1 tor day (or her home in Oamilia after Mrs. Harold Wood Directs Meeting Mrs. Harold Wood conducted the meeting of Circle Seven of the First Methodist Church last night when Mrs. W. H. O'Keefn was hostess to 15 members at her home on Holly Street. The evening's program, ft study of the book of Act*, was directed by Mrs. Orlie Parker. A discussion of wnys of aiding thtr Hobby Lobby to be held this (Ml at the church concluded the session. Mrs. O'Kcefe served party foods nnd frosted drinks In the social hour. Baptist >* en ' Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting all M J ss tile home of Mrs. Pearl Lamb, 312 North 5th. Mrs. Clarence Webb entertaining La Nlieve at Dixie Pig at 1:30. Mrs. "ue\jrge Saliba. Jr., hostess to Thursday . Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets ftt Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Frlclij Mrs. Lfeon Davis and Mrs. Jim Hall entertaining Stitch and Chaler club. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Elierdt entertaining Past Matons and Patrons nt their home for monthly potluck tup- per at 7 p.m. spending several days as guest of Millie Chambers and MLw Belly Dodds. Bill Crawford left today for his At The Hosnitals IllytheviUr Hospital Dismissed; Gordon Kenwright, city Mrs. OtVin Kerkncr antl Steele baby, Walls Hospital Mrs City Howard Johnson and baby, Mrs, J. L. Brothers and baby, Rt. 2 Mrs. C. L. Hcatlicock and baby, Hormondale Mrs. E. L. Perry. City Tony Colston, City Rebecca Harris. City James Brown, City Mrs. Billy Gnnn mid baby, City. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. Aug. 22. OP) — <USDA>— 9,5[W; barrows anrt gilts mostly IS to 25 centa lower than Tuesday's average; sows steady to 25 cents lower; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 22.25-40, top 23.50 for severp.l hundred head early; most 240-270 Ibs 21.50-22.00; 270-300 Ibs 21.00-50'; 150-170 Ibs 20.50-21.50; 120-1-10 Ibs 17.75-19.75; IOO : I10.1bs 15.15-17.00' sows 400 Ibs down 19.50-20,25; heavier sows l7,25-I3.2o; boars 10.50-13.50. Cattle, 8.250; calves, 800; utility bulls largely 26.00-28.00; commercial Summer flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of the home of Mrs. Clarence Williams Thursday night when she was hostess Rt a ayelte shower honoring Mrs. arence Foley, Jr. Mrs. Dean peirce and Mrs. Rice A. Johnston directed the party games in which Mrs. W. W. Edwards, Jr. and Mrs. Lois Goodson won prizes. Mrs. Ramona Vastbinder presented the gifts to the lonorce. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Jackson of Blytheville announce the arrival of daughter born Aug. 17 at Ratton's Clinic, She has been named Dorothy CraEglow. They have another daughter, Ann. Mrs. Jackson Is the fromer Miss Dorothy Mae Forrest. Mrs. Bin m a, Poe and Mrs. Cur t Bartholomew visited Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Tridwell in Greenville, Mo., last week. Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Horner and Mrs. Herbert Griffen were in Little Rock Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mra. Roy L> Ashabranner announce the arrival of their first child, a boy, born Aug. 19 at St. Bernard's Hospital In Jonesboro. He weighs eight-halt pounds and has been named Roy. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Jackson of Luxora, Mrs. Roy Freeman; Mr. and Mri. Kelley TiddlBj Mr. and REMOVE DANDRUFF home in Little RocX after having bulls 28.50-23.50; prime vealcrs spent several days here as guest, of;39.00; good and choice 32.00-37.00; Jim Henry and his.parents, Mr. and utility and commercial vealcrs Mrs. j. Wilson Henry. Mr. Craw- 25.00-30.00. fort! and Mr. Honry are fraternity brothers at the University of Ar- Still Unattainable The total gold and silver content Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Crowe!! and in 300.COO.OCO cubic miles of ocean daughter. Barbara, will spend the ' is more than man ever has found weekend in Uttle Rock and will be on land, but no commercial meth- accompanied home Sunday by Mr*, od has yet been perfected whereby "rowell's mother, Mrs. J. A De- these precious metals can be ex- Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Haven, who will remain for a visit. Mary Wroten Wroten McWaters are spending a Wroten McWaters. Anita Me Waters and Mi?rgnret traded from the deep on a profitable basis. week in Pine BUiff as gue.sts of A. Wrcten. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.! Kirby Drug Store V ^ Your Biggest Cleaning Problems! Keeping kids' clothes clean is n majnt headache for ever> room. Hut wise mother* send US those soiled garments, for thorough, gentle dry cleaning! The.v like the way we remove stubborn spots . . , have clothes b»rk In record lime! Try us today! BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY Se CLEANERS PHONE 4418 ^ Ready to serve you To be refreshed -, Friendly dealers across the nation , keep the familiar red cooler well stocked, V : .i ; -' -' - ••• :the Coke ice-cold ... awaiting you. ROTUCD UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COtA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. / daiJy for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 3752 — Office Phone 699S Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. 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