The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 25, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, {AKKA COURIER NEWS •ATURDAT, AUGUST 28, 1M1 Jane She Ron, Society Editor Fhon« 4461 Gus Eberdts Entertain Past Matrons, Patrons Clusters of roses, tuberose* ami petunias formed (he center design for the dining table at the Gus Eherdt home last night when Mr. and Mrs. Eberdt entertained IS members and guests of the Past Matrons and Patrons Club with a buffet supper party. Outwork linen overlaid the table from which the assorted food.s were served. Petunias and mixed garden flowers completed (he floral backdrop for the monthly affair. Mrs. Eberdi presided over a brief business session preceding an evening of playing bunco. In the game, Mrs. Bob McWillinnis took high score for the women and Mr. Me Williams led the score, 1 ; for the men. Mrs. Bess Stanton won the traveling prize. Oui-of-uiwn quests lor the event were Mr. and Mr*. McWilliams of Tuisa. Gkls., who we housegm'sUs of the host and hostess. Miss Goodson Honored At Travis Home Gifts of Untieric were showered upon MLAS Winnie Goodson Thursday night by the 13 guests who attended the party given in her hoti- cr ,at Ihe Kelly TrncLs home. Miss Goodson plans n Sept. 16 marriage to Leon Walden. Miss Irene DavLs was hostess for the evening of party games cli- m:xcd with the 'presentation of gifts to the honoree. Assorted summer blooms decorated the entertaining rooms. MUs Melba Fisher was a prize winner A slimmer frock of crisp pique was chosen by the honoree who was presented a shoulder design of pink chrysanthemums. Party foods were served. Separates Are A 'Must 1 8639 11-18 By Sue Burnett At Rie Hosnitals nijlhevlllc Hosiiltal Dismissed: Mrs. R. J. KinnUif>5Worlh and baby, City Billy Daniel. City Virginia Bnrk, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ruby Spain. .City Mrs. P. E. Holrter, sr., city Mrs. Lacey Bryans and baby, Rt. 4 Mrs. Paul Hay and baby. Rt. 4 Mrs. Willis StlUts, Manila Susan McGrnw, City How *o have a vorsntile wardrobe with a few items Is the secret o separate pieces that mix and match for a different appearance eve lay. This smart threesome fo unions Is perfect for a busy winter Pattern No. 8Q3Q is n sew-rit' perforated pattern Sn sizes 11, 12 3, 14, 10. 18. Slit 12. skirt, 1 ,-artts of 54-Inch; wesktt, 7i yard jlousc, '21* yards of 39lnch. For tills pattern, send 30c 1 COINS, your nnme, address, size desired, ami the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 372 W, Quincy Street. Chicago. 6, III. Don't miss Die Fall and Winter FASHION. It contains 48 pages of new styles simple to make frocks for all ajies; decorating tricks; gift patterns printed inside the uook Send 35 cents today. Bits of New* lllo&ttu [~ Wiener Roast Honors Stitch and Chatter Club A wiener roast at Walker Park oltowed by an evening of Informal ntcrtnlnmrnt last night honored numbers of Ihe Stitch and Cliaiter Mrjr. Jlin Hall and Mrs. I.eon Davis /or the bi-tnonthl> vent: Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Friendship Class of First, Baptist Church has 7:30 meeting at the home of Mrs, Pat Chitmon Lake Street Methodist Circles neet at the, church. Circle One, 7:30; Circle Two, 2i3Q. Circles of First Baptist Church net' Circle Onr>, Mrs. Russell Man-; Circle Two. Mrs. Roy Head; Circle l*hrce, Mrs. Jim Crafton; Circle Four. Mrs. Seeman; Circle Five, Mrs. Alvln Hardy; Circle Six. Irs. Clara P. Martin; nnti Circle Nine, Mrs. Hrrt Ross. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at club at 7:30 p.m. Gosncl! Baptist WMU has 7:30 s.m, meeting fit the church. Wednesday High Two meets with Mrs, Floyd Seay. Mr.s. C. L. McWaters. Jr.. enter- tninln? Club Eight. 'I'LE plays bridge at the home nf Mrs. Bill Lambert. Thursday Ditplleate Bridge Club has City Tcnrmiment at Hotel Noble, Mrs. I^eon Schercr hostess (o Thursday Honk Cl'ib. Friday City Tournament continues nt Hotel Noble. Miss Bety Jean Flecman becomes Miss Ina Kills of the Home Economics Department of Blytheville High School attended the conference for Ho me waking teachers the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Aug 21-24. Miss Mary Jo Eaton is spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brode have re turned from Garden City, Kan where they had spent the .summe months. Mr, and Mr.s. Gene Strlcklanc Mrs. W, L. Green and Miss Jan She)ton were in Memphis yestcrda where they visited Mrs. W. T. Shcl .on, who IB a patient al the Baptis Hospital. Mrs. ShcHon's conclltlo: reported as satisfactory. Mrs. J. A. SfUlba is In Binning irij Ala., for several days. She wa. loincd for the trip by her daughte: Miss Alice Srtliba of Ultle Rock. Mr. and Mrs. finb McWilTlams lei today for their home in Tulsa, Ok la after having been the guests of M and Mrs. Gus Eberdt. Mrs. R J. Heaton is confined t her home, 207 Kentucky. Miss Doris Stone and Mrs. Hole Mitchell have returned from 10 da visit with Mrs. Mitchell's danehte Mrs. Billy Ray Cheallmm, and \J Cheathnm at Bradley. They also j visited in Springhill and Shreveport, La., nnd were the R UPS Is of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chpfitham, Gerald Ware of Fort Smith and Dana Banks of Dardanelle have returned to their homes after having been the guests of Mr. Ware's sister, Mrs, Neal Geurlan and Mr. Guerian. Mr, Ware wlJJ enter Arkansas Tech, Russellville this frill i nnd will be a member of the football team. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gentry and daughter, PaLsy, are visiting Mr. Gentry's parents in Detroit, Mich,, for a week Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Morgan announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, this morning at Walls Ho-sp'tnl. Mrs. Morgan Is the for- Shirley Cone Patricia Hearn IJKI.RCATKS TO NATIONAL CONVOCATION—Shirley Cone of Osceola. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Cone, Patricia Hearn o( Dlytheville, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Jerry Hearn; Jim Gossett of BurdeUe, son of Mrs. Cal Gossett ;and Miss Sue Cement, educational secretary of the Firril Methodist Church of Blylhevillc. will be among Sue Osment Jim Gosselt the 5,000 delegates at the fifth quadrennial National Convocation ol Methodist Youth. The assembly will be held at Purdue University. LaFayette, Ind.. Aug. 27-31, "Christian Living in Our Time" is convention theme. Miss" Osment will attend the convention as adult Counselor for the Jonesboro district delegation. * RUTH M1LLETT * Children Demand (and Get) Too Much Entertainment By RUTH MI1J.ETT, NEA Staff Writer easier to keep them entertained — whether by television, comic books, movie. 1 !, or whatever pleases their fancy at the moment—than to Its- Arkansas. WARNING OHDER In the Chancery Courtj Chicka- sawha District, Mississippi County, A group sf mothers was conversationally kicking around the Idea that they were all making the mis- cake of knocking themselves out keep their children constantly happy. ten to complaints that they haven't] anything to do. So Mama is easy for the .small fry to handle She may realize .that what she Ls doing Isn't really best for the children [or they depend more and more on being entertained than on entertaining themselves, the bride of Max Henrich Schrnder in 7 p.m. ceremony at First Method 1st Church Sn Manila. First .sheep in America are aairi to hnve been Introduced into Virginia about 1608. Medics Praised NEW YORK I/T>—''The boys in Koren have been getting wonderful medical" care," says Dr. Herman E. Hilleboe, New York States Health Commissioner. Dr. Hilleboe spent two weeks In Korea and Japan with Gov. Thom- E. Dewcy. Two wonderful things I saw/ 1 he said, "w ere the speed with which the seriously wounded were moved hack In helicopters and the rapidity with which they were treated in a mobile, surgical hospital set up In 20 tent.s." mor Miss Aim McDcrmott of Dell. Mr. and Mr.s. Harold Doyle and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wen there re- ( turned last night from Hot Springs where they had vacationed fcr sev- ' eral days. Mrs. E. H. Brown and daughter, Roberta, Mrs. Winnie Huffman amused und entertained. When they finished talking, they all agreed that they were working too hard at keeping their children "It's gotten so." one mother con- [ but it is too much trouble to hold te.^ed. "that, if every day I don't,. out against them. cio .something" special for the chil- I dreu, like letting them -see a movie. home. Jimmy remained and will Join the family this fall before returning to Washington University. St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson and children will arrive tonight from their home !n Litie Hock to be the I guests of Mrs, Carson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castilo, Mr. Carson will return home this weekend, Mrs. Carson and children will remain for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin and and Miss Luna Wilhelm have re- j three sons will arrive tomorrow from THE PATTER OF RAIN ON A PLASTIC ROOF—A pneumatic rnin hat that protects lhc Wearer and at the same lime leaves the hands free for carrying packngcs is the ingenious invention of a California manufacturer. The hat, which is made of lightweight, flexible plastic, is carried in a small case that fils the purse. It is quickly and easily inflated, Ictt, to the size of an "umbrella anct ties on with attached ribbons, ns s^rn al right. The invention promises to eliminate the "umbrella-rib-in-the-cye" hazard of crowded city streets during a rnin. turned from St- Louts where they hfld visited tor several dnys, Mrs. Roy Bray and daughter, Charlotte of nardanelle. Mrs. Hugh Williams of Sikcston and Mrs. David Williams of Bragg City, were the Friday guests of their niece and cousin, Mr.s. Neal Guerian and Mrs. Guerian, Martha Lee Kirksey is the weekend guest of her grandmother, Mrs. ?,. E.> 1 of Jcnesboro. Mrs. Cirksey had been spending the iast week here ns guest of her son. j Roy Lee Kirk.sey, Mrs. Kirksey and] daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kirksey | motored them to Jonesboro yesterday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Datilelson inrl ^on. Brent, of Memphis aro Ihe weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Bailey nnri family. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe nnd sons, Jim-: my and Jerry have been spending' the past month In Colorado Springs, j Colo. They were Joined there the Inst two weeks by Mr. Lowe, who accompanied Mrs. Lowe nnd Jerry their home in Meridian, Miss., to be the guests of Mrs. Lydia McGhee and family, friends and other relatives for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Chamblin and family are former Blytheville residents. Miss Frances McDonald. Miss Frances Cash and Marty Dyke of Memphis are the weekend guests of Louis Lynch and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B, A. Lynch. or go swimming, or to ihe park, or whatever they happen to demand, they think I'm being moan and unfair. They have to be entertained constantly or they're just plain discontented." ! A lot of today's mothers realize j the truth of that situation, but lew • of them ever cto anything nboui it,. but admit they think they are main- 1 ing a mistake. i Why. « ihcy feel Uvat -way, do | they continue to see that their' children are constantly entertained, even if it is just a matter ol buying them enough comic books to keen them happy? Children Now Have Upper Hand Well, it is because children today Roman Tanks Help CAIRO—/.'Pj—The newspaper "Al Balagh" reports Egypt is studying a proposal to clean and repair old Roman water tatiks Utoii Ainsworth, Ptf. vs. No. 11,794 Reba Ainsworth, Dft The defendant Reba Ainsworth is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Uton Ainsworth. Dated this 24 day of August, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Magee. D.C. C F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. . Gene E. Bradley, atty. ad litem. 825 Bjl-8-15 to colonize program desert. zones that are now have the upper hand. They are given so much, they quickly grow to expect it a.s their due. And once they start expecting to be constantly entertained. Mama's life isn't worth living if she doesn't give in to them. So they get what they want because at the mcment it's easier for Mama to give in to them. It is GOSPEL MEETING 8:00 p.m. — August 19 through 28th — 8:00 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Division W. T. Shelton Song Director Roy E. Cosdill of Lufkin, Texas Author - Deb\ter - Preacher H. F. Sharp 'KOGKAM SCHEDULE KOSE 8GO On Your Dial Sunday, August 20, TORN INC; :00—Sign On :QO—Music for Sunday ;00—Church ol Christ :15—Church of God :30— Bolin Trio :45—Southern Gospel Singers :00—Rev. Eugene Chancy -Southern Four :45—Spirit»nl Five : 00—News 05- -Organ Melodies :25 Church Notes 'Chapel In the Sky :00 -Clmrcli Services FALL REGISTRATION Rockie Smith SCHOOL of DANCING Tuesday, Aug. 28, & Wednesday, Aug. 29 2 to 5 P.M. Tap — EaHet — Acrobatic Toe — Bat! room 911 N. 6th St. Phone 6284, 4473 Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 Office Phone 6998 2:00 P.M. = Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters =EE NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS TODAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE! GUERILLA RAIDER RUNS BEFORE GENE'S GUNS! \FTKHNOON 2:C(V—Curds vs. Braves >2> 5:00—Amateur Contest Roundup 6:00--KOSE Scoreboard 6:lc>—Hymns from Harding 6:30 Evehslrle Echoes 6:4;i—Sign Of! Monday, August 27, !051 MOHMN'G 5:00 Sisn On 5:00--Mvisical Roundup 6:00— News 6:05—Farm Fair 6:!5— Musical Round-Up 8:30—CSospM Gems H:4!>—Southern Gospel Singers 7:CD—News 7:05- Yawnln' In the Mornln P,:OQ—News 8:15 -South America Way 8:liO--KOSE Kapcrs 9:00--Woman's Viewpoint 9:.iO— Meet I'he Menlous 9.45—Dearest Mother 10 00—News 10:05—Concert Master 10:30—Meet the Band 11:00--News U 0;! Fiirm Fro\Scs 11:15—ronlccoslnl Chinch Services 11:30. Farm Frolics 12:00 News •VKTKU.NOOS 12 00—News 1-15—Noon Serenade 12:30 Cotton Porcrsst l:0il -Behind the News l:i\V Talent Rounriup 5:0.i-Hillbilly Hits 3:0.5— News 3:05—Heptime 4:0i>—Cards vs. Braves 6:00—Sportsman u:1S- Social Security *:30 News 6:Si Evening Serenade 6^5—Sign Oft ^ Your Biggest Cleaning Problems! 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