The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 6, 1951
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 19B1 (ARK.) COURIER NBWi Jane Slielton, Society Kditor Phoc* 4461 Mrs. McWaters Honors Bride-Elect At Luncheon Mrs C. L. McWaters, Jr., was hostess yesterday io eight, guesls when she entertained with luncheon at Hotel Noble In special compliment to Miss Dorothy Whittle, bride-elect of Lloyd Ray. Pmk Radiance roses arranged a crystal bo\vl formed the centerpiece for the luncheon table where wedding belt place cards svere used to carry out the bridal theme. A corsage, of yeltow carnations tied with lavender ribbons was presented the guest of honor to pin at the shoulder of her frock of pastel blue tafleta, worn with white accessories. Mrs. Raymond Whittle, mother of the bride-elect, chose a printed frock of blue and rose crepe with blue accessories, and Mrs, Eric Ray, mother of the bridegroom-elect, wore a frock of lavender and rose chanibray. The guests also included three cousins who will serve as Miss Whittle's bridesmaids. Misses Gwendolyn Sue Rhoade-s Adele Rhoads and Mildred Rhoads and Mrs. Everett Rhoads, aunt of the guest of honor. Muss Whittle was presented with • tablecloth ai a gift from her hostess. • » • Plans Are Announced For Goodson-Walden Rites Mils Winnie Qoodson, whose engagement to Leon Walden was announced recently by her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Coy Woodson, has •elected Sunday, Sept. IS. as the dale for her wedding. The double ring ceremony will be celebrated at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at 1 the Full Gospel Tabernacle, with the Rev. G, T. Owen officiating The bride, who will be given In marriage by her father, will have the bridegroom's sister, Miss Lorctta Walden, as her maid of honor and only attendant. Tapers will be Ughl- «d by Miss Mclba Fisher and Miss Annie Louise Hanley, cousin of the bride. Bennie Lee Walden of f.os An- feles, Calif., will serve as his brother's best roan, and ushers will include Tom Brown Jr., and Jimmy Raj. Mra. Bonnie'Nell McCormick, or- tanist, and Jimmy Culbertson, vocalists, will present a program of prenuptlal music, and the ceremony will be followed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Etalcup, ST., uncle and aunt of the bride. High Style This Season 8th Birthday Observed By Delorw Ann Wadkins Delorl* Ann Wadkins celebrated her eighth birthday yesterday when •he entertained 30 friends at a party at the home ol her mother, Mrs. Lerojr Wadkin-v After tn» birthday gifts had been opened, the group played games for fteveral hours before they were serv- •d 'birthday cake and ice cream by Mrs. Wsdkins, who was assisted by MM. Opal Lambert. •- * • Misses Parrish, Hall Hostesses at Party Miss Rosla Parrlsh and Miss Juanlta Hall entertained 11 guest.? last night with a hayride and wel- ner roast. The group went to the river at Sarfield where they spent the evening in informal entertainment. By Sue Burnett As new and fresh as the fall season is this expertly designed frock for daytime or dale-time. And so youthfully i accented with tiny sland-up colL-ft. slim pocketed skirt, favorite sleeves. Pattern No. 8632 Is a scw-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 12. 14. 18, 18 and 20. Size 14. short sleeve, yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size deslrerl, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 w. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111: Send 25 cents loday for the Fall and Winter FASHION. 48 pages of smart, easy to sew styles; Interst- Ing features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed Inside the book. Miss Hook, Bride-Elect, Complimented At Party The L. D. Massey home In Osceola was the setting Tuesday night for a dessert liridgfc party complimenting Miss Sarah Adele Hook of Osceola, bride-elect of Horace E. Moore Jr., of Corona and Memphis. Hostesses were Mrs. Mitchell Moore and Mrs. Charline Massey Watson, both of Osceola. The four tables were arranged on the veranda of the Massey home, which was decorated with bouquets of mixed Summer flowers In colorful containers. An ice 1 course was .served preceding the bridge games, with Mrs. Wayne C. Oilman and Mrs. J. H. Hook Jr., present as tea guests. In the bridge games played during the evening, high score prize was won by Miss Mary Elizabeth Ballou, low by Mrs. Billy Ayrcs, and bridge by Mrs. Blllle Joe Edrlngton. The guest of honor, who wore a trousseau frock of black linen with a gift corsage at the shoulder line, was presented with a sterling sliver bonbon dish from her hostesses. Miss Hook has been complimented at a number of Interesting affairs since her engagement to Mr Moore recently was announced. for a limited time TUSSYDry Skin Treatment Cream TUSSY Dry Skin Freshener • The freshener dial's made especially for dry skinl Alway.i use it after clean.iug... reg. 16 o*. size now • Conditions as il clcanjcj willi Us rare blend of special ingredicnli. • Makes skin fee! Mlky-jmonth the very first lime yon use il! • Flakiness, lensencsj, fine ilry skin lines seem to melt a\s-ay. • Contains exclusive Tnssy ingredient llial helps mainlain the beamy balance of your »kin. «M prices ptut tix WOODS DRUG Blytheville, Ark. Club Members, Guests Entertained Yesterday Mrs. R. L Logan and Mn. Fred Flceman were guest* yesterday with members of Club Eight, when Mrs. Jc.«e M. WhIU was hostess to the group at her home on Davis Street. Garden flowers were used to decorate the While home where bridge was played during the afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Graham Sudbury and second by Mrs. Fleeman. A dessert .course was served by the hostess. P. T. A. Board Has Meeting Twelve members of tile Execullv* Board of junior High Parent, Teach- M- Association attended Ihe meet- ng of the group held yesterday afternoon at the Rustic Inn. Mrs w D Cob!) presided. Monthly meetings will be held on he first Tuesday In the month In he Junior high school auditorium i-lth membership In this group to te comprised of mothers of students n the seventh, eighth and ninth grades. The group has again adopted a dental project for the year, and ~>lans were discussed for carrying ml Itils work during the coming car before reports were heard from he program chairman, Mrs. H. C. Blnnkcnshlp. and (he magazine halrman, Mrs. J. C. Walsh. Refreshments were served at the oncluslon of the meeting. Bits of News Church Group D resents Gift Members of the Number Nine laptist Church last night presented wo of their fellow-members. Miss Dorothy Whittle, and her fiance Uoyd Ray. with a while Bible. Miss Vllittle and Mr. Ray are planning mid-September wedding. Presentation of the gift was made y the Rev. Gene Schultz. pastor of le church, nt the conclusion of a rlef fellowship meeting held on the iwn of the church, and attended y approximately 35 members. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Ismlssed: BtllaiencM Temoteo. Wilson. Walls Hospital Ismlssed: Mrs. Eugene Hardesty and baby Ity. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a arrlage license yesterday: at the flee of the county clerfc, Mrs. izabeth Blythe Parker. Frederick Johnson and Miss gnes Pcrrault of Blythevllle. Mra. B. K. Gay and her sister Mrs. India Sanders, returned las night from Memphis, Tenn., where they have been the guests of Mrs Gay's son, B. F. Gay Jr., and, family and other relatives. Pvt. Billy a, Haynes returned ruesday night to Fort Meade, Md after spending several days fur lough here wilh Mrs. Haynes, th, former Miss Patsy Jane McHaffey Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Walter Collier and daughter, Connie, oi Scott Air Force Base, 111., are spending a 14- day furlough here with their parents, R. G. Collier and Mr. and Mr- Oren Ooff. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moore have returned from a vacation trip to points of scenic and, historic Interest near Paducah, Ky., Nashville and Chattanooga, Tenn., Birmingham, Muscle Shoals and Florence Ala. Miss Arden Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Ferguson, left Tuesday night for Savannah, Ga. where she Is attending a District Leadership School of PI Beta Phi sorority. While there she ako will visit her brother, Pk'. Joe Ferguson Jr., and Mrs. Ferguson, of Savannah, and will go from Savannah to Tuscaloosa, Ala., where she will be a senior at University of Alabama this year. Miss Ferguson is president of her sorority at Tuscaloosa. R. C. Allen has returned to Van- derbllt University, Nashville, Tenn to resume his studies there after spending his vacation here with his mother, Mrs R. C. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bunting and children. Donna Kay and Cliff Jr., and Mrs. Bunting's mother, Mrs. Lee Stiles, have returned Irom a two-week's vacation spent with Mr Bunting's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vines at Raysal, West Va. Woodro.w Bryant or Conway „, visiting here with his sister, Mrs. Anabel Fill and son. Johnny. Mr. Bryant Is a student at State Teachers College, Conway, where he is president of the Student Council. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rodgers and iaughler. Miss Billie Jane Rodgers, lave returned from a two-week's vacation' with relatives In Lubbock and Amarillo, Texas, and Oklahoma 3ity. Okla. Miss Rodger* will ieave n two weeks for Oxford, Miss., where she will resume her studies at O!e Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beam and son. Carey, have returned to their icme in Baton Rouge. La., folldw- ng a visit here M guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rice. Edwin Wallace and Woody Townend left this morning for College Station, Texfs, where they will en- oil as students st Texas A. A M College. They were motored there by Mr. Wallace's father, W. E. Wai- ace. Miss 8ue Carol Orsbnrne was mot- red to Jonesboro yesterday by her nother, Mrs. Ca'rlton Orsburne and Miss Mona Oalnej, to enroll as a Indent at Arkansas State College. Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Sr., Is spenrf- ng » week with relatives fn Jack. Tenn., where she was motored esterday by her son, C. L. McWat- rs, Jr. Mrs. O. R. Carter of Tort Meyers. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Rox Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 I'.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYD.4 Y Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS Thurs.-Fri. • Also Selected Short Subjects WONDIH-WOKID lit Conditioned t>j tefrUerallnn BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. THURSDAY & FRIDAY-^2 Big Hits! GENEHE8NEY-JOHNUJND q* t r»-»fw«. tekf , SHwar" fty .. is visiting here as guest of her son, Bill Carter and family. Mrs. J. L. Wallace Is visiting in San Antonio, Texas, with her daughter, Mrs. Eddie Devln and family. Mrs. Devin Is the former Miss Connie Wallace of Blylheville, Mrs. E. B. Chitwood is spending a week in St. Louis. Mo., with her nephew, ofho F. Barnett. Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and daughter. Miss Maureen Morris, will be in Memphis tomorrow to attend A luncheon to be given at the University Club, complimenting Miss Sarah Adele Hook of Osceola, bride- elect of Horace E. Moore Jr., of Corona and Memphis, Tenn. Hostesses for the affair will be Mrs. D. M. Biggs of Memphis and Miss Nancy Uzzelle of Pecan Point. Mr. and Mrs. William Dlffee and daughter. Lynn, of Little Rock, are visiting here as guests of Mrs, Diffee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Wade. Miss Ramona Crafton will leave Sunday for Fayetteville where she will be a student at the University of Arkansas this Fall. She will be motored there bv her parents, Mr and Mrs. Rosco Crafton. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lansky and daughter. Brenda Lou, have returned from a two-week's vacation In Toronto, Canada. Mr. and Mrs: Marvin Nunn Jr are the parents of a daughter born yesterday «aftemoon at Memphis vlethadlst Hospital. The baby, their irst child, has been named Carol Mrs. Nunn, who is the former Miss Nancy Partlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Partlow.- Is In Room 414. Oraham Partlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, will leave tomorrow for Fayetteville to resume his studies at. the University. Mrs. S. S. Patterson and daughter. Miss Vivian Patterson, and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway, will leave tomor-. row afternoon . for Fayetteville. I Cominq Events Social Calendar Friday Stitch and Chatter Club meeting with Mrs. Harvey Dorrls. Saturday Col. John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonists entertaining with picnic supper at the Hays Sullivan home at Burdette, 4 p.m., complimenting members of the Chickasaw Chapter of thr Children of the American Colonists. With the Courts Circuit (Civil): E. E. Stevens vs. Floyd Simpson, suit on note. Singapore's Saint SINGAPORE <AP>— "The Saint" Is expected to pay his first v(sit in 25 years to Singapore in the near future. So says Dr. S. C. Yin, 75 the father of Leslie Cilarterls, author of "The Saint" novels. Dr. Yin said Charteris, who was born In Singapore, was named Leslie Charles Bowyer Yin but "by the time Leslie waa 1» he already had adopted the nom-de-plume of Leslie Charteris. and later as a real name." Charteris. 44, now lives in Beverly Hills, Calif. He wrote his first book "Esquire" In Singapore. * RUTH MILLETT Middle Years When Wife Needs Man's Attention *, BUTH MH.LETT, NEA SUM Writer After years of reading letters from unhappy wives I've come to this conclusion: The middle years are hard on a woman because at the time when she needs the bolstering effects of her husband's love the most, he usually needs hers the least. . A young husband struggling to make a start needs his wife; to bolster his ego. to turn to for assurance when he wants to take a chance, to help htm plan and dream. But by the time husband and Livestock where Miss Patterson will enter: University of Arkansas. A student' at Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., last year. Miss Patterson attended Southwestern In Memphis duripg this Summer. Mr. and Mrs. H. .G. Partlow are In Memphis UU» afternoon to visit their new granddaughter. Carol Lin Nunn, born yesterday afternoon at Methodist Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III Sept. 6. (AP)—(USDA)—Hogs 10500: barrows and gilts 180 Ibs and over 15 to 25 lower than Wednesday; lighter weights and sows steady to 25 lower; bulk 180-230 Ibs 21.00- considerable sprinkling 21.10- bulk 240-270 Ibs 20.25-.75; few 280-300 Ibs 19.75-20.00; occasional small lots heavier butchers 18.50-19.50; bulk 150-170 Ibs 19:25-50; 120-140 Ibs 16.50-18.79; 80-110 Ibs H.OO-1'6!(K>; sows 400 Ibs down mainly 17.50-18.75; heavier sows 15.15-17.25; occasional heavies down to 15.50; stags 13.50-15.50. Cattle 2.000: calves 1,100: a few commercial to low good steers 31.5033.75; choice mixed steers and heifers 35.75; utility and commerial steers and heifers largely 25.50-31.00; utility and commercial cows 23.0028.00; canners and cutters 170022.50. DEB wife reach the middle years of life, the husband is usually well on hli way. He Is absorbed by his work. He is self-assured ahd pretty well pleased with what he has made of himself. He doesn't need his wife's support the way he did as a young woman. In fact, he may have : become so used to her loving faith in him that he Is no longer touched by it. He takes it for granted. Needs to Share Husband's World .But at this same lime, his wife desperately needs to feel that she is cherished and needed by the man she married. Because her life has been more restricted than his, jh» needs to feel a part of his world. At the time when he is likely to do the least sharing of his life, she ne«^ that sharing the most. *J» And so, feeling suddenly somewhat unimportant in her husband's scheme of things, she. becomes unhappy. She knows she is growing' older. She probably feels she Is In a rut, And she Is a Hltle bit afraid- afraid that the man she loves'^o longer needs her and Is growing away from her. That is how middle-age must b» to thousands of women, Judging from their letters to me. -: If husbands were only as Understanding and generous about helping their wives through the middle years as wives are about standing by their husbands through the earlt years and through old age, marriage would be a finer thing- . • __ kPW HEELS "-HIGH FASHION Blick Suede Q Brnwn Suede U 3. Red Calf Black Calf Rust Calf DEB 8.95 shoes fashion in flat* FAMILY SHOE STORE I3U W. Main,

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