The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 5, 1951
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BI/rniEVIXLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Slielton. Society Editor Phon« 4461 Plans Are Announced By Miss Mary Jo Eaton Mtss Mary Jo Eaton, whose engagement, to James Dennis JeffcrleK of Little Rock recently was an- .nounced by her parenta, Mr. and Mrs, Coady D. Eaton, is today making known the plans for her marriage. Bits of News ci'jonat Miss Kay Colston, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. W. C. Colston, and Central P. T, A. '' Board to Meet Mrs, E. J. Cure, president of Central Ward Parent Teacher Association, hat called a meeting of the Executive Board of the organization for 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor, 811 The Rev. E. C, Brown, pastor of | Sonny Stlros, son of Mr. and Mra. West, Main. First Baptist Church, will officiate I O. O. Siires, were enrolled today j plans for the coming year's work at the double ring ceremony to be]** freshmen at Arkansas State Col- will be formulated at this meeting •aid at 4 o'clock in the afternoon nil Icsc. Jone.sboro. They were motored It was announced. Saturday, Sept. 15, at that church. Miss Eaton, who will be given in marriage by her father, lias askod her sister, Miss Rhonda Katon to serve as her maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Betty Doris Cain i bell's Clinic, Memphis, for Injuries of Little Rock, and Miss Maxinejslie suffered yesterday afternoon o Jonesboro by Mr. and Mrs. CoLs- Nancy Newcomb, daughter of Mr. NeW and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, is undergoing treatment, at Camp- Are Announced Dan Roberta, box work; Mrs. Opal van. They were accompanied here WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER B, * RUTH MILLETT Don't Let It Get You, Hubby Most Women Are Like That •j RUTH MILLETT. NEA Staff Writer Don't b« armoyed when your wife When you tell a bit of new« to a do«s any of these things. They're i social gathering which you haven't just typical of a woman. first told her privately. Then she When -she doesn't notice that you got a haircut before coming home, but is put out with you because you didn't notice that she Is trying out a new hair style. A program of prenuptlal music *ill he. presented by Mrs. C. Murray Smart, organist, and Miss Martha June Warner of West Memphis, vocalist. A reception will be held Immediately following the ceremony, at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. E. M. Eaton. • * • Miss Fincher Is Wed In Manila Ceremony The marriage of Miss Maxl^e Fincher and William Dell Gammill, both o( Manila, was solemnized Sunday afternoon at the Baptist parsonage In Manila, 'Hie Rev. Guy Magee. rites. pastor, officiated at the The bride is the daughter of Mr. •nd Mrs, Sam C. FJncher, and Mr. Gammill the son of Mr. and Mrs. U G? Garnll! Sr., The bride wore of Manila, bolero suit of Navy wool, with a beige blouse and Navy accessories. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left for FoH Worth, Texas, where they are making their home. Coming Events Social Calendar Mr«. Harrj A. Hatne* entertaining Kibitzer Club. Q.E.O. Club members being entertained by Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. Thursday Hook Club meeting with Mrs. Eugene Brown. Mr«. Ben Mac White 'entertaining La Neuve Club, Friday Stteh and dialler Club meeting with Mr«. Harvey Dorris. Saturday Ool. John Martin Chapter ol Daughters of American colonists entertaining with picnic supper at the Hays Sullivan home at Burdelte, 4 p.m., complimenting members of the Chlckasnw Chapter of thr children of the American Colonists. McWllllams by Mr. Carpenter, who relumed! and Mr;,'. J. T. White, membership; home Monday. Mrs. Carpenter iiI Mrs. Pearl the former Miss Leona Sullivan. Mrs. E. H. Prcwclt of returned from LiUJe Dean Hooper. "Other Sheep;" Mrs Ray White, prayer anil fastlnp.; MI.W Gloria Jarrelt, relief tfml retirement; Mrs, Roynl Mi\ and Bell have Rock, accompanied by -a seven- i Sclmltz Indian projects- Mrs M~il- momhs-old baby hoy whom they ] ,i rc ,i Mayo, medical intwlonnry pro- plan to adopt, and whom they have : „,.„„,; Mrs. Melbn Jarrett. native named Mickey Allen. j war]im: Mrs . Ira Galni ,. s . fAm3 . Mr* Joe Alexander. Sr... arrived j tionnl work; Mrs. Alvie Jarrett. ala- Sunday from Hldglcy. Term., lor | i, as ( cr Smx work _ from Indefinite visit here with her sons. Joe Alexander. Jr. and Spencer Alexander and their families. Condition ol U.S. Branson who is undergoing treatment at Memphis Methodist, Hospital, Is improved and it Is expected that he will be able to return home the latter part of this week. Mrs. Branson Is In Memphis wilh him. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brooks of New Orleans. La., are visiting here us gliesls of their mothers, Mrs. Irby Applelon a n d Mrs. Margaret Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Tom HcaUln has-e Duplicate Bridge Winners Named ( Mrs. Clifford Councllle and Harry W. Hafncs were high scorers among members ot the Hlylhevllle Country Club Duplicate Bridge League who played a four table Howell movement last night at the club. Second high honors went to Mrs. C. W. Aftlick and Mrs. E. B. Occ. with J. B. Stevenson Jr., and Bcr- movcd from SOS N. Fourth to their | nard Oooch having third high new home at 312 Hast Kentucky, j scores. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Abbott Imve' • as Ihelr guests for several days, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. RlgRle of Peru, Intl., Mrs. Alice Riggle of Wcbbvllle. Ky., and Mrs. John W. Kitchen ot Ashland. Ky. Mrs. J. M. Parker of Corlnlh, Miss., has returned to her home after a visit here M guest of her son, Ernest L. Parker and Mrs. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and daughter. Miss iiosanna Cleveland, At The Hospitals baby. mylherlllt llmpUM Dismissed: Mrs. Lester Godwin and Marked Tree. Mrs. Lonnle Moore. Huffman. Mr«. J. E. Smlthson and baby. Stcele. Mo. Charles Rlgglns, Jr., city. Paul Lloyd. City. Eddy Mae Klmbrough, City. Wall» Hoapltal Dismissed: Don Wallace, City. Mrs. Otis Baker and baby. City. Mrs. A. A. Forrester. Steele, Mo. Mrs. Joyce Horton. City. Mrs. D. Paris. City. Mrs. s, T. atovall and baby. City. Mrs. Bertha May Sorrells »nd baby, Huffman. Mrs. J. F^:Iiloyrt and baby, Lux- and Miss Katherine Westbrook, left yesterday morning for Buffalo and New York. N. Y.. to spend • 10- day vacation. They also plan to visit Niagara Falls while away. Mtss Millie Dean of Bowling reen, Mo., who was (he weekend juest of Miss Kalhrrine Westbrook, s now spending several days here with Mi-ss Leta Rose Castilo. Miss Dean and Miss weslbrook arc former roommates at college. Mr. and Mrs.- A. G. LHUe have returned from an extended vacation spent in Montana and points of Interest In the West. Miss Jcannetta Crawford returned Sunday from n six-weeks visit with relatives In Los Angeles. Torrance and Downey, Calif. Miss Vivian Taylor and Miss Manreen Norris are spending today in: M rT P m ! ii tin ,™< '° Mcm " nls S'«terday by Mrs. Ber- Dr. Blythe Allison of Chicago, who nard Gooch has been visiting relatives here for Mrs. O. Shonyo will leave tomor- "« P"" 1 ."* 1 *' *«* Ws sister, Mrs. j row morning for a month's visit C. E. Crigger Jr. spent yesterday In j with relatives In Los Angeles Calif Memphis with their sister. Mrs. I Mrs. Theodore Logan, who has" Charles Fleetwood and family, be- been ill for the past several davs fore Dr. Allison left last night for at her home on Highway 61 North his Home. They were accompanied I Is Improved. ' —Courier Mews Photo FKKIMKK FOH FASHION BllblV—Members of the Junior Auxiliary, who will stage a benefit fashion show In Hotel Noble Sept. 11, are pictured pieparing bandbox decorations for the prevue of fall styles. In the picture are (from '.he lefti Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., Mrs. J. C. Guam and Mrs. R. L. Logan. Third Annual Fashion Show Plans Are Announced By Junior Auxiliary Twenty-three Pall-clad models ins Mrs. Ecictie Saliba plays music will step from the proverbial band I appropriate to their costume, box Friday. Sent. H, in a pvcvuej Floral arrangements in both rooms of seasonal clollics at the third an-'are being planned by Mrs. R. C. niial Fashion Sho\i' spons' by [Allen of Allen's Flowers. Lighting the Blytheville Junior Auxiliarv. Ticket sale for the 3 until 6 o'clock affair opened today under the direction of Mrs. Oscar Pendlcr. Team captains for the local sale arc Mrs. Dick White, Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Mrs. J. i,. ounn and Mrs. James Rr.y. Out of town sale is being handled by Mrs. vv. R. Lawshc. chairman, and Mrs. James Terry. Tickets may be secured from any member of the Auxiliary. Both (he Edythe Shoppe and Miss WhllsiU's shop will show 10 costumes, while Die Tot Shop has scheduled three winter outfits foj- the stroller and kindergarten sets. Tea wilt he served In the Rose Room where displays of colorful band boxes will set the theme. Showings ill 3:30 and 5 o'clock will be In the Mirror Room against a white and gold background highlighted by arrangements of Jrllly band boxes. Models will make their effects are being devl.sed by Tom Miller of Ark-Mo Power Company. Following each showing there will be the presentation of door prizes which are being offered by Hoth- rock Drug Company. In charge <if prizes will be Mrs. W. A. Affllck, chairman, and Mrs. H. A. Nelson. In the white satin draped win- clows of both the Rose and Mirror Rooms, there will be displays of 11 merchandise by the three sponsor- i ing stores together with Ark-Mo' Power Company, Family Shoe Store, [ t R. D. Hughes' Men's Store, the Ac- [ ccssory Shop. The Linen and Cur- i tain Shop, and Guard's Jewelry Store. Mrs. Ed Tune and Mrs. Dick i White are members of the window committee. ( Decorations for the-.-jaJfatr have been planned by Mrs: James C. Guard, chairman. Mrs. Weldon Rainwater, Mrs. Ben Harpole. Jr., Terry, Jr. Proceeds from tile shoiv are used to finance the Auxiliary's Welfare program among children, Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., pointed out. The program includes visual screening of children In the third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades of schools in this school district; providing milk for needy children in the Blytheville elementary schools; and conducting of the Story Hour at the City Library. Mrs. R. A. Porter is chairman and Auxiliary Meets At Legion Hut Mrs. M. A. MUkUetan. president of the American Levion Auxiliary, presided last, night when 15 members of the organization were present fyr a meeting at the Hut. A f . riport was made by delegates to the convention held recently in Little Rock. The balance of the business session was taken up with the appointment of various chairmen to serve with Mrs. Middleton during the coming year. These include Mrs. Maud Gcdwin. parliamentarian; Mrs. Louis. Zeller. Americanism; Mrs. E. A.. Rite, child welfare: Mrs. Mike Meroney, civilian defense; Mrs. Garland Moody and Mrs. Inez Gentry, community service; Mrs. Paul Wiggins, constitution and bylaws; Mrs. Ben T. Mays, finance; Mrs. Marvin Lane. Girl's State; Mrs. Speck McGregor, junior activities; Mrs. L. O. Gill, legislation; Mrs. J. F. Brownson, membership; Mrs. H. L. HaUell, Si., Pati-Amerl- canism; Mrs. Jess Russell, past president's parley; Mrs. James Nierstheimer and Mrs. Emil Damon, poppy chairmen; Mrs. Paul Mahon, publicity, emblems and awards; Mrs. II. L. Halsell. Jr.. radio; Mrs. Mrs. Max Logan is vice chairman J. M. Cleveland, rehabilitation of this year's affair. employment. gives you an accusing look and pouts: "Why you never told ME that." When she explains why sh« bought something she didn't need by saying earnestly: "H was such A bargain I just couldn't pass it up^ Or. "I got It for half-price." When he gets annoyed with you for criticizing her best friend, even though she of ten. criticizes her. When she goes to town for a day's shopping and remembers everything —except the one thing you asked her to do for you. *• When she asks you how you lik« a new hat or dress and gels huily if you find any fault with it. MAMA IS A CLUBWOMAN' When she tells you she just hasn't had time to mend your socks or sew the button on a shirt and in the next breath tells you she has just been made chairman of another committee. When she asks you what you had for lunch and gives you an accusing look if it happens to be the same thing she is serving you lor dinner. When she waits until you are going through the front door to inform you that she needs some money. When she tries to shame you Into doing more around the house by lelling you how much some other husband docs. When she can whip up a delicious family meal wilh little effort, but always seems to wear herself out getting a meal for invited'gues^j When she looks into a well-fillW closet and decides she hasn't t thing to wear to Saturday night's party. TO BLYTHEVILLE entrance through a huge band box'Mrs. R. L. Logan and Mrs. E. M. The world's population Is Increasing faster than food production and about 75 per cent of the epople of the world are eating less and wearing less lhan they did before the war, according to U.S. agricultural genuine moccasin 8700 12-20 By Sue Burnelt Blouse and skirt separate* »rr the standby ol every cool ^eathei wardrobe they can be In- ' terchanged so simply. This blon-c ' requires jusi one y art t 0 ; si-ivifv, . the full circle skirt is the easiesl ' kind o( sewing, i Pattern No. 8605 I] » sew-rltc perforated pattern in sizes 12. H I 16. 18 and 20. Size H, 1 yard of • 54-inch. Pattern No. 8700 is a -etv-rltr perforated pattern for sizes 12 n 16. 18, 20. Size H, < yards of 38- inch. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, In COINS, your name, art- diess. size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News. 172 W. Qnlncy street Chicago 6. 111. Don't miw the Fall Rnd Winter FASHION. H contains 48 pages of new styles, simple to make frocks for all ages; decorating tricks; gift palfrns printed ln*!d« th« book Send 25 cents today. They're genuine moccasins, tecnsl The kind you've always wanted ... and at such a reasonable price! So very smart with your pretty fall school and leisure time wardrobe. Try them. They're wonderful. Sixes -l-Sl AAA-C 7.95 S H O E? S I Good Shoes & Hosiery Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN nt 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for. our program announcements. Box Office ['hone 27S2 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters NO MOSQUITOB8 NO BUGS WONDfK-WORLD >' En*»rtoinmen« w.h Oi,«r could c Wed.- Thurj.-Fri. $@&.m »»>•. A • MALICE Also Selected Q ;r 4 Short Subjects ?^>^ WONOEWANO,, coiot IT TECHNICOLOR I*' Mr CourtUfoned bj Refrigeration BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Wednesday Bemlile Feature THURSDAY S FRIDAY—2 Big Hits! ~frl <• * Pvi^fl N-Turt The BIG-FREE %WmlANViAnAn COOKING SCHOOL THAT ALL ARKANSAS IS TALKING ABOUT Thursday, Sept. 6-8 PM WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING, FAIRGROUNDS • GRAND PRIZE • This Beautiful $269.95 Dutch Oven Gas Rang* Many, Many Other Free Prices Free Maytag Menus to Everyone NOTHING TO BUY — ALL FREE! ONE SESSION ONLY - DOORS OPEN 7:00 P.M. SEE & HEAR rnn 7 .ler6on Maytog's Noted Home Economist *H foods prepared bj- Home Economist, Ann Peterson, were furnished hj FORSYTHE'S Grocery & Market • Co-Sponsors • • Curl's Bakery • Grapetle BollliriK Co. • Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. • Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. • Best way Cleaners • Nunn Provision Co. • The CrafUm Co. • Fred Callihan Blytheville PropaneCoJncJ Norlh. Hiwav 61 'GAS HAS MANY USCS" Phone 2061

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