The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 28, 1951
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BI.YTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS . TUESDAY, AUGUST », 1M1 Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Lawn Paily Celebrates Kenny Nichols' Birthday Baptist Women Meet in Circles A lawn parly at Ihe Ralph ,Nich- nk home yesterday celebrated the, . tr!h birthday o, 1 Kenny N.chols. Flr,^,,^f''^ »- *'<,'" Circle meetings of women of Ihe Twenty guests attended the affair for which a circus Iheine had been selected. An afternoon of games on the playground equipment «t up 0111 by Mr*. K. C. Brown preceded the "he lawn entertained the guut* af-1 ^teraoon's toon Uug h_by Mrs. ler whic a/lhe g ii Kenny opened 1m gills! Slielburnr Brewer Prayer by luesis sang "Happy Birili- j W. W. Mitchell closed Ihe ses: Brewer Prayer by Mrs. ssion. Ten members and one guest o[ The large cake was topped with i Circle 'IVo niel at Hie liome of Mrs. a laughing clown while various circus animals dotted the layers. Mrs. NichoLs was assisted in serving ice cream and calce and directing the activities by Mrs. Spencer Alexander. Martha Nichols and Sue were presented each etanfield. Balloons guest. 13 Attend Party Marking 13th Birthday Thirteen guests were invited to the home of Shelby Jean Richardson in Ihe Half Moon community Ja.!t niqlit (o mark Ihe tionorec's 13th birthday. x An evening of parly games enlcr- tained the guests, with Louise Shelton and Don Barnes winning prizes. After Shelby Jean had opened the gifts, the pink and green cake was cut and served with Ice cream "Happy Birthday, Shelby Jean" in candy letters encircled the cake. Mrs. Mamie Hancock »nd sister, Mrs. O, T. Via, have returned Iroiu guests ol Mrs. Hancock's son, Wai- noon. Mrs, Russell Man 1 was hosiers to 11 members of Circle One. Piayer Monthly Meeting Held in Home Group singing and repeating of the class motto last night preceded the business discussions at. the monthly meeting of the'Fricndship Class of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Pal, Chitmon was hostess at her home tor the event. Mrs. J. H. Melton gave the evening's devotional followed by prayer by Mrs. Leon Daniels. In the social hour, Mrs. Jack Marsh directed the party games alter which Mrs dessert course. Chitmon served Roy Head. Prayers wore offered by Mrs. Head and Mrs. Theodore I»Ban. Mrs. W. Marion Williams taught the lesson. Prayer by Mrs, O. I,. McWaterc. Sr.. opened tiie meellnis of ^.members o( Circle Three who met at Ihe home ol Mrs. Jim Crallon. Mrs. H. H. Brooks taught Ihe lesson and Mrs, J. W. Rayder led the closing prayer. Mrs. C. S. lemons taughl (lie lesson for (he six mcml)£rs of Circle Four who inel at Ihe home (if Mrs, Jesse Sccinan, Prayers were given by Mrs. J, J. Cookston and Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr. Mrs. R. W. Woolen entertained 10 members of Circle Five. Opening prayer was by Mrs. Ted King wilh Mrs. C. E. Johnson presenting Ihe lesson. Mrrs. Johnny Horner adjourned Ihe meeting wilh prayer, Mrs. Clara Martin enlcrlalncd at Hole! Noble for six members o( Circle Six. Prayers were Riven by Mrs. C. E. Evans nnd Mi's. R. G. Cash. Mrs. Evans taught the lesson. "Youth Month" was ob.>crved by the seven members and Tour Rucsls of Circle Nine who rnel at liie home of Mrs Bert Ross. Ernestine Holt presented the devotional followed by an address. "YWA Work." by Wnnda Overman. A solo by Mary Lou Sawyers followed. Prayer by Mrs. Herman Adair preceded Ihe adjournment with sentence prayers. A social hour followed each circle session. t«r Hancock, and Mrs. Hancock. Mrs. H. F. Moore ol Hanover was Ihe weekend guest cf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woke/ and Mrs, Mary Moore. She came especially for Ihe homecoming God Church. Albert Roberson will morrow for LiUle Rock where will suend several days. Mrs. erson will go to Heber Springs to spend several days wilh relatives. Major Charlc.1 Allbert. Hidings Is a palient at Milllngton Naval Hus- plui, Mllllnglon. Tcnti. He recently relumed from two years duty in Jn-.".n. Mrs. Ridings Is will) lilm. Mrs. Walter Ltmsford and daush- tcis. Roberta and Yvonne visited their daughter and skier. Mrs Bill Moore of Marked Tree and reta- .Ivcs in Earle. Sunday. Jimmy Hayiics, grandson of Mr. jnd Mrs J. J, Hargett underwent, surgery this morning at walls Hos- >ltal His ccndltion Is.renorled as satisfactory. Clarence Hood will leave Thursday lor his home in Ann Arbor. Mich., after a week's vi.sil here as Buesl of his rnolher. Mrs. R. H. Hood and oilier relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Esles and daughter, Donna lell today (or their home in Flint, Mich., after several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Qay and daughter. Law. Mr. and will arrive First Grade Aid To Be Given Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at club at 7:30 p.m. GosneH Baptist WMU haa l;30 p.m. meeting at the church. Wednesday High Two meets with Mrs. Floyd »eay. v .-.v - - >-* ^Mr«/O"L. McW$ters, Jr.. en:*f- taining Chib Eight; TLE plays bridge at the home nf Mrs. Bill Lambert. Lange PTA Executive Board has 10 a.m. meeting at the home of Mrr Byron Moore. Thursday Duplicate Brtnge Club ha* City Tournament at Hotel Noble, Mra. Ijeon Scherer host CM to Thursday Rook Club. Friday City Tournament continues at Hotel Noble. Miss Bety Jean Pleeman becomes the bride of Max Henrich Schrader In 7 p.m. ceremony at First Methodist Church in Mnntla. rade student and his parents In the perplexity problem of beginning chool has been compiled mid will >e distributed Thursday afternoor by Misa Winnie Vlrgi! Turner, elementary school supervisor. "What A First Grader Should Know and Do Before Entering School" Is an aid to parents nn< indents and will be distributrd at .h« high school from 1 to 4 p.m. | :t U for all children erilering thpl T irst grades of Blylbevllte schools": A Wonderful Trio A book t-o help (he first —Courier Newt Photo LUXORA NEWS Bj Mr* O C. Drlw Mrs. Edwin Hays returned home Sunday from Memphis Methodist Hospital, where she underwent aur- gery Thursday. Mrs. H. C. Davidson of Greenville. Miss., was the recent guest of her mother. Mrs. R. J. Oillespie, {or several days. Mi's. G. C, Driver and children, Dusty and Sandy, left Friday for a is-eek's vUlt with relatives In Atlanta, Oa. Mr. and Mrs. Murry Richardson and children, Aleda and Murry, Jr., were Hope and Texarkana business visitors for three days last week. The Rev. H. L. Robinson left Sunday for Weona. Ark., where he will conduct a week's revival. Mrs. O. A. George, Jr. nnd children returned home Saturday after a month's visit with relatives In Vlcksburs, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kochenderler of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mrs. F. M. Bonds. Mr. and Mr«. I. M. Castllo re- Luxora HD Club Has Discussion Mrs. Walter Woods wa« hostes* »t her horn* recently to eight members and two guests of the Luxora Home Demonstration Club for » discussion of recreation. Mrs. W. L. Hanna, president, conducted the session, with Mr«. Woods presenting the devotional. A short story, "I Admire the Human Race, 1 * was given by Mrs. E. C. Skeen. Reading of the club creed closed the meeting. A social hour followed In which the hostess served re-, freshrnents. " lii turned home la&b welt from t month's motor vacation trip to Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. The Rev. Harold White has been conducting a revival at the Whitton Baptist Church for the pa»t t*n days. Miss Martha Claire . Terry of Smackover. Ark., arrived Monday for a week'* visit with relative! here. Mrs. J. W. Smith, who was painfully injured In a gai explosion Saturday, is reported Improved at her home, where she IB recovering, OFF TO CA.MI'—Membirs of the Dogwood Ridge Home Demonstration Club are shown in front ol theli clubhouse as they prepared to leave this morning lor their fourth annual four-day rest camp. The group Is I going U, Wall-oil Stale Pait'jwesl of 1'aragould Ihis year. They will return Friday In Hie group above are! (standing on uorch. lefi lo right' Mrs. Charley i.uies. Mrs. Bob Scolt, Mrs. Raymond Payne. Mrs. Marvin! Lane, Mrs. Max Kooucc. Mrf. Floyd Davis and Mrs. Ben Craig: (front row. loll lo righli Mrs. R. E. Stringer, Mrs Edith Epperson, Mrsj Bill Cable, president ol the club, Mrs. Clarence Davis and Mrs. Otis Strati. Seat- | ed, iclt to right, are Mrs. Jerry Scrape, Mrs. J. F,. Ounter and Mts. Phil Applcbaum. j * RUTH MlLLETT * Home, Children Are About Best 'Projects' for Mother B> RUTH Mil,LETT. NEA Staff Wrltri •iuest Attends YWA Session Mrs. Hubert Polssrove wan a guest with the seven members of Calvary Baptist Young Womens Association who met last night in the home-of Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Prayer by Mrs. Birmingham opened the session with Miss Jean Norman presenting the devotional. Following the brief business discussion. Miss Alice Priest, closed the meeting with prayer. A social hour in which refreshments were served followed. Mrs Aubrey Ccmvay Salurday '™m Santa Monica. Calif., where Ihey have vacationed [or the summer months Mr. and Mrs. John Halnes, Mr. and Mrs. George Porter of Evansville. Ind.. and Mrs. Harry Reeves ol Mount Vcrnon, Intl., were weekend Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith and family. Mr and Mrs. Hunter Klmbrough of jonesboro are the guests ot Mrs. Kimbrongh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hargcll. Mr. and Mi's. Kim- broiiRh and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stone will move to Forrest. City in H month to make llicir homes there, where Mr. Ktmbrough and Mr. Stone will b« co-owners ol the Arkansas Paint and Glass Co. Charles (Ruff) Lutes lelt Sunday lor Fayotleville to continue his studies at the University ol Arkansas. Miss Sue Blurnetitbal of Memphis Ihe houseguest of her uncle. Erlest L. Parker, and Mrs. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bensely of Terrc Handle. Ind., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Oxford. Ml. and Mrs. Mason D«y. Jr., spent yesterday In Memphis. A mother of three young children was explaining why she dropped out of an organization whose membership Included most ol the young social leaders ol the town. making the most ol their opportunities II they put, home and children llrst. Then they are being "just housewives." which they regard as a little beneath them. II wasn't that the organiialion But the trulh of the matter is, didn't have some high aims oi| that I nothing should cut in on ataman's its members didn't work hard on "'" J "~' ~ "" their charitable projects," she said "It was just that members!)!}) required so much time 1 lound I was having to turn over my mnin (job- care of my children—to n succession of "poor hell" in ordered do the worthwhile jobs the organization expected me to do. Somehow that just didn't make sense (o me." It doesn't mnke sense for mothers whose children are young 'enough to need their care or old 'enough to need their guidance to! get so busy on even tiie most *worth- I while" outside project th^t the i children are neglected. | Yet it happens in the best rvl j duty to her family during the years when she is needed at home. Tiie country is full ol middle-nged women whose children are grown and whose home responsibilities take little ol ttieir lime. They are the ones who should .carry the load ol worthwhile outside projects. Young women who have heavy home responsibilities shouldn't push them aside or onlo somebody lar less capable ol handling them just to be do-goorters. MRS. EDDIE SALIBA School of Music Pre-School Age: Classes in Expression Singing—Rhythm School Age: Classes in Expression ELEMENTARY PIANO 210 E. Missouri POPULAR PIANO Phone 4345 African Watermelon The watermelon, a member the cucumber family, Is believed to be a native of tropical Africa, from whence it was carried lo India Southern Europe, and southwestern It appears to have been In- early a Mi-, and Mrs. Clyde Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutts, Mr. mid Mrs. Jim Henry Lutes and family, Mr. and, Mrs. Haskin Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Waller Lules returned Saturday from K week's vacation at Lake Norfork »nd points of interest. f Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bensley and son. Keith, of Terrs flauie, Ind., tiie guests of Mrs. Bensley'a parents, Mr. Rnd Mrs. James Oxford. Mrs Oxford will accompany them to Uirlr home this week, for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Marlln Chancy aur daughter, Mildred, of Sikeston left last night for their home aftei having been the weekend guesti of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Sadler and family Mr. and Mrs, Wade O. Reeves. Jr.. are now at home «t 1518 West Walnut following their return from * southern weddinn trip. Mrs. Reeves was until her recent marriage Miss Bon'ta slankarrt. ; ainilles—and often seems lo hap- j jen most frequently in families where the mother is well-educated and should |iosses-s Ihe qualities that would make her a &ood and understanding mother. HAVE TO LOOK OUTSIDE 11OMK The trouble Is, these women .sometimes Rel Ihe idea lhai in order to "do good" they baveilo look for projecls' outside the home. They figure they aren't using their education and their brains or Al Ihe Hosmtals KMhcvillt Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dewey Bailey and baby. City. Mrs. P. B. .UcCa.sUen. Luxora. Mrs. ,1. K. Evans. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, l,aveme Moore. Mal?r.d. Mrs. Hobcrt Poteet and baby, Hayti. Tena stalling:, City. Willard Bernard Sleele. Mrs. Cecil Jones and baby. Rt. 3. IN FINE SHAPE NOW—Shapely Alari Blanchard, movie starlet, and former bathing suit model, is a pretty example of the value of massage and exercise in the treatment of polio. 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