The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1951 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER s, 1951 Jane SheJton, Society Editor Phont 4461 Shower Party Is Given For fylrs. G. Cunningham Mrs. John Tyrone was hostess Thursday night at her home to three tables of bunco guests, whet she entertained in special compliment to Mrs. George Cunningham of caruthersvllle, Mo. Out-of-town guests present for the affair Included Mrs, Bill Lyle and Mrs. Harold Bruce, both of Ca- rnthersville, A pink and blue color scheme WHS carried out throughout the flowers used. In the wrappings of the packages showered upon the guest ol honor, and En the de.ssert course served by the hostess, Vase* of gladioli and dahlias were used in the Tyrone home. Mrs. Tyrone was assisted throughout the evening by her nieces. Misses Mary Jo and Rhonda Eaton and Monya Blankenship, Carol Ann Caldwell Has Birthday Party In celebration of her seventh birthday yesterday afternoon, Carol Ann Caldwell. entertained 20 of hor friends with a party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Caldwell. 1010 West Hearn, Party grimes were played on the lawn tor sovcral. hours before the young guests we're served birthday cake and Ice cream. Mrs. Caldwell was assisted during the afternoon by her mother, Mrs. I.. M. Burnett and her sister, Mrs. A. N. Williams. Judy Bond of Memphis, houseguest of her aunt, Mfss WUHe Nebhut. was an out-of-town guest for the party. • * • Birthday Party Is Held At Hersheli Garner Home Thirteen children were invited to « birthday party Saturday afternoon at the Hershell Garner home at 2232 We.st Rose, to help Gayle. Gamer celebrate her firth birthday. Glfta were showered on the young guest of honor after the traditional birthday party games had been played for several hours. Ice cream and cake were served by Mrs. Garner, who WM assisted by Mrs. Mar gy Bryeana of Memphis, Gayle's tunl, who was a special guest for the iffatr. It's Sew Easy and Smart • Attached Stare T!w ancients chouRhc the stars Were attached permanently to the dom» of the sky, &o they called them fixed s tar s to distinguish them from th% wandering planets. *fc>r-fe- TK : ^ •^f v "V 1 tjv*- •'- Xx , '<"••> 8722 14-44 By Sue Burnett Here Is a neat button front day- ime dress that's beautifully easy o sew and so practical to wear. A [eJight to the beginner and expert .like with our clearly Illustrated cw chart. Pattern No. 8722 -Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes H, 16. 8, 20; 40. 42. 44, 46, Size 16, 3'i ards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size leslrcd, and the PATTERN NUMBER to .Sue Burnett, Courier News, 72 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, III. Send 25 cents toclny for the Pali and Winter FASHION. 48 pages o! smart, easy to sew styles; Intercs-.- Ing features; fashion news. Gilt patterns printed inside the booK. Dorcas Class Has S. S. Party Airs, Raymond Bomar was hostess TlilirsWa'y night at her r h'ome to members of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church for their regular monthly social. Opening prayer was offered hy Mrs. Howard Caldwell, and Mrs. Herman May, president, was in charge of the business session. Mm. Janie Ross gave the devotional, and the dl.smtssM prayer was offered by Mrs. P. H. Jernigan. The 13 present included two visitors, Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Benin h Adnir. Mrs. Btirley Alforri was In charge of the games played during the evening In which prizes were won by Mrs. James Rambo, Mrs, Coolcy and Mrs. May. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour; POSE FOR POSTERITY? "Miss Arkansas of 1951." in the person of Charlotte Simmon, above, looks 50 lovely to s Little Rock sculptor thai he proposes to carve a 68-foot likeness of her in the Arkansas hills for future generations to admire. The shapely miss will compete in the forthcoming "Mj 5s America" pageant at Atlantic City. N. J. ArmoreiY.W.A. Has Meeting Members of the YAV.A. of Armor el Baptist Church met Thursday night for their monthly missionary program. Nine members, in! eluding two new members, were ! prepcnt. The program was opened with prayer by Margie Beard, followed by the devotional presented by Bettye Jo Ynrbrough. Title of Ihe program was "Pro' ifress in South America 1 '. Assisting I on the program were Mrs. Russell, | Joan Parrish, Joy Pnrrish, Maxlne Parrish and Eva Alsup, Closing prayer was offered by Bettye Jo Yarbrough. Refreshments were served during the social hour. IVst Flowers Text.t reveal that [lowers rank. in reparri to their keepinR qualities, in the following order: Roses, orchids. M)ies, carnation.*, chry.vin- jthemums. spring flowers, and cal' endulas. Take Some Home Tonite! Delicious, Cooling SHERBETS • Choose Oranu« • Or Lime • Or Pineapple WOODS DRUG STORE Blyrhiville, Ark. Bits of News tly I e Mrs. Otis Cole and daughter. Glenda Kay, *yho have been the gucsU for the past two weeks of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prultt and her sister. Barbara Ann Prultt, and other relatives, returned Saturday to their home In San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. John Tyrone, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tyrone of Slkcston, Mo., spent Friday In Memphis. Bernt. Paul Sullins of Smyrna, Ga., and Fort Hood, Texas Is visiting here as guest of Miss Mary Patricia Robson and her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Robson. I.ouls Lynch spent the weekend 'Gosnell School Announces ^ Honor Students Bonnie Roberts has been named the outstondlng .student at Gosnell High School for the first six weeks of the 1951-52 term, according to an announcement made today by Floyd E. Irby, principal. Student* of distinction, who comprise the tipper two per cent of each class in the high school, are [Catherine Hoffsteter, James Lucius. Geneva Lee, Barbara Potter, Violet Pipkin, Douflas Watklns. Roy Lynn Via and Patricia Johnson. Named to the honor roll, with a ''B" average or better, were Bobble Springer, Howard Maxwell, Rachel Roberts, Bonlta Poff, Betty Cooper Frances Gotten, Marlene Donner Barbara Goss, Charles Willlford' Gay McMillan, Hilda McGhee, Jeanle Lucius and Pauline Lee. Earnest Allen, Larry Coggln, Betty Gann, Jean Lollar, Roy Lee McKay, Sue Prevost. Wanda Raspberry, Louise Smith, Peggy Ward. Barbara Price. Joan Stevensoni Martha Ward, Sammle West, Wandi. Whittle, w. M. Southard, Leon In Memphis. Tenn. , » '««'• Bob Reagan, pat-sy Mc- Mr. and Mrs C. L. Roman have l™' Clc ' "' b >' J 0 "" 50 ". Raymond returned to their home in Memphis having been after the weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Robson. Neal Geselt. who is employed in West Memphis, Is spending the Laor nay weekend here with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burks had as! ion, Patsy Hendon, Jenny Vee Glllentlne, Marlon Drane and Henry Davis. Tommy Crawford. Louise Council Patsy Btillfngton. Curtis Bright James Brackln. Curtis Brackin Barbara Bevlll, Mildred Austin, Juanlta I Hast, Roy E. Baker, Curtis Gerald James PUrcr and son. Buddy, and Mr. Filler's mother. Mrs. Roy Pit- j zer. all of Indianapolis, Ind. Miss Willie Nebhut had as her weekend guest, her niece. Judy Bond of Memphis, Tenn. Mr. unrt Mrs. Marvin Nunn have as their guests for several days, their daughter. Mrs. Charles Morrow III. and Mr. Morrow, of Chapel Hill. N.C., Mr. and Mrs. Morrow, who have been on an extended vacation through the Western United Siate.s, are now en route to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lnndrum spent yesterday in Memphis wtth Mrs. W. T. Shelton. who Is undergoing treatment at St. Joseph's Hospital there. Mrs. Shelton'n condition Is now much Improved. Her daughter. Miss Jane Shelton. and her sister. Mrs. W. L. Green, are In Memphis with her. Mis* June Stlrea left Saturday night for Phoenix. Ariz,, where she will attend Arizona State CoJleg-?, Tempe, majoring in physical education. Miss Stires. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stires. has been a student at Arkansas State College. Jonesboro, for the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Glen White left Friday /or Reedsport. Ore., to make their home. Mrs. White Is "the former Miss Narilne Williams, daughter of Mrs. Will Williams of Blv- theville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor spent yesterday In Hlpley, Tenn., where they attended a'family reunion of members of Mrs. McGregor's family held at Tinytown Park. They were, accompanied home by their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Hancock, who had spent her vacation with relatives In Rlpley and Jnckson. Tenn. Mrs. Hancock, a recent bride, was complirnf n(ed at a shower party given recently in Rlpley by her cousin, Miss Margy Newman. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin and three sons, returned yesterday 10 their home In Meridian, Miss., after a visit here with Mrs. Lydla McGhee and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. N. A. Slane and daughter, MLvs Georgia Lee Slane, Perryville, Mo., are the Labor «m on, Billy Joe Sell- Davis ', J ° A "" ass ' f r ' me Kas d and Jil » e <- R°Yarbro P. T. A. Board Meets At a meeting of the Executive Board of Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association held Friday afternoon at the school, plans for the coming year's work were mapped out by the members. Mrs. Aubrey Bruce, president of the group, presided over the session. when it was voted that the second Wednesday In each month would be the meeting date. The first regular meeting Sept. 12. at the school. be held Wednesday, WOULD-BE SWEATER C!RL—Eight-year-old Marilyn Dolan, with sweater and all, Iries to strike 1 a pose like that of Pat Garner, 16-year-old Rockville Centre, L. 1., beauty, who was judged winner of the fifth Annual "Sweater Girl" contest at New York City's Rockaway Playland. Given eight more years, maybe little Marilyo will measure up. * RUTH M1LLETT * Avoid These Little Habits That Tip Off Lack of Poise By RUTH M1LLETT, NEA Staff \\Til If you want others to think of Don't you as poised and self-confident: Don't make unnecessary apologies, especially those really intended to bring on a flood of protests. Learn to maKe quick decisions. The woman who can never make, up her mind about even the smallest thing without debating the question out loud or deciding she will have-to "think it over" never gives the Impression of having -self-con- flcleivt poise. oo k for slights — in fact go to the other extreme and overlook them. Try to allow yourself enough time for whatever you have to do, to avoid last-minute rushing around. This Is especially important If you are getting ready to go out to a so- At The Hospitali BlythwtH* Heffttal Dismissed: George ringer, Jr., City. Jack Adams, Tomato. Melba Loyce Thompson, City. Mrs. Roy Chunn and baby, Rt. 1. Mrs. Jerry Franklin and baby, Steele, Mo. Carolyn Ann Barger, Cooler, Mo. Jim Ross, Luxora. Mrs. L'jla Harris, Bt«el>, Mo. Hughie Hodge, Dell. Mrs. Herman Oonnell and baby, Holland, Mo. Danny Lee Lowe, City. /' Walli HtupiUl Dismissed: J. M. Bicknell, Memphis. Mrs. J. M. Bicknell, Memphis. Jean Robinson, Morehouse, Mo. Raymond Michle, City. Mrs. D. M. Copeland and baby, City. Mrs. H. T. Eastburn, Bteele, Mo. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday . . Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephens Episcopal Church meeting in Room 101 of Hotel Noble, with Mrs. Etta Payne as hostess, a p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meeting at home of Mrs. Kemp Whlsenhunt, 2329 clal gathering or getting ready for guests In your own home. Don't assume you can't do a thing simply because you have never tried It. Be willing to attempt the difficult now and (hen. GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK Don't run yourself down, or point out the Haws you know you have. Others may overlook them unless you call attention to them. Don't take a subservient attitude toward anyone for any reason, such as the other's wealth, social position, or whatever. Don't brag. That is a dead giveaway that you feel the necessity o! "selling" yourself. Go out of your way to be friendly, kind, and considerate In all of your dealings with others. Don't be afraid to speak up when you have something to say or to keep quet when you don't. The woman who Is quiet as a mouse and the woman who chatters constantly both display a lack of poise. New Liberty News Mr. »nd Mr«. Hilton Stephenson «nd daughter, M«/y Tom, «nd Mr. and Mrs. S.' H. BevUls «nd family have returned from • three- day v*e»tlon at Rwlfoot L • k «, Term. > ~. Mr.'ind Mr>. «. H. Crook »rij family have returned, from' R e <j Btnlu Mlu., where thej visited latly%. Mr. and Mri. D. H Long and children, Brenda and Buddy, bluff) returned home, from Belolt. WUcV where they spent their vacation wtth Mrs. Long's stater, Mrj.'p; j SUdler. Mr. SUdler and family. MM. Maude Billing of Covlngton, Tenn,, who haa been the KHest of her brother, J. A. Lloyd and family, has returned to her home.' Mrs. Hilton Stephenson waa hostess to members of the W. M. U. • Tuesday afternoon when officers were elected for the coming yeai. These Include Mrs. 1. A. Lloyd, president; Mrs, Malcolm Koonce, lirst vice president; Mrs. Elmer Holmes, second vice president; Mrs. Charley Hicks, recording secretary; Mrs. P. S, Parker, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Clarence Davte, treasurer; Mrs, Russell Duffer, Young People's Work. Mrs. Sieph- enson gave tje Bible study and Mrs. S. H. Bevllls the dismissal prayer. During the social hour the hostess served a salad plate with iced drinks. Mrs. P. B. Jarratt was a guest. Birch, S pm. TuMda? Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi holding first meeting at Robert Llpscomb home, with Mrs. Lipscomb and Mrs. Perry Darby aj co-hostesses, 1;30 p.m. Thursday . ^^ Mrs. Harry A. Haines entertairjw' ing Kibitzer' Club. - O.E.O. Club members being entertained by Mrs. Johnson Black. well. Thursday Rook Club meeting with Mrs. Eugene Brown. Mrs. Ben Mac White entertalninf La Neuve Club. ' Friday Stitch and Chatter Club meeting with Mrs. Harvey Dorris. of Day weekend gue«Ls of Mrs. sianc's j brother, Paul Pryor, Mrs. Pryor and daughter. Miss Melba Pryor. Mr. and Mrs. Earl James and Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison and grandson. Danny O'Bannon, spent the weekend In St. LmiLs. where they attended the baseball game ye.sterday at Sportsman's Park. Mrs. Jack OTCeefe and daughter. Darlan. returned yesterday to their home in Memphis after a week's visit here with Mr.s. OTCeete's parents, Air. and Mrs. w. M. Btirnj. Read Courier News Classified Ads DEEP PORE tf CLEANSING CREAM I ONLY *V 25 j» Immaculately tltanitt *och Hny port «p»mng. Lubrfcalti 9r>d jmoottn. PUmovet «1I dirt and nvoVt-up. WondtiM to tonbat blockhta4t, G»> »*v- •ral jon *O<foy. Woods Drug Blyth«ville Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen (o KLCN at 50:10 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. 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