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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 14, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1991 Jam Shelton, Society Editor Phon* 4461 UDC Has Luncheon; Officers Are Named A, luncheon at the Razorback yesterday entertained members of the KHoU Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Upon recommendation of the nominating committee Mrs. W. D. Cobb was named chapter president In tht business session following. Mrs. O. O. Poetz, Mrs. Marcus Evrard, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. Mrs. M. FitisUnmons, Mrs, Gean Atkinson and Mrs. Charles W, Alford were hostesses for the 12:30 affnlr. Susan Barksdele was Che only guest, with the 14 chapter members attending. Luncheon was served from a single long table which held u its central design a large crystal bowl filled with American Beauty roses Interspersed in greenery. In the program portion, Mrs, Fitisimmons displayed Conkder- ile Flags and discussed the origin and use of each. Others to serve with Mrs. Cobb are Mrs. Atkinson, tlrst vice president; Mrs. Love Adams, second vice president; Mis. W. I. Denton, recording secretary; Mrs. Alford, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Roland Green, treasurer; Mrs. Evrard, registrar; Mrs. J. B. Clark, historian; Mrs. C. L. McWaters. recorder of cresses. The new officers will be Installed Hi the Oct. 11 meeting for which Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. McWaters. Mrs. O. H. CVear, Mrs. John Snyithermon. Mrs. W. T. Oberst and Mrs. Denton will be hostesses. -• » • TLE Changes Meeting Night; Has New Member The meeting date of the TLE Club was changed from Wednesday to Thursday evenings at the weekly session Wednesday night when Mrs. Jerry Scrape was hostess at the Dixie' Pig. Mrs. Jack Dickinson became a new member of the bridge club and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe was the group's only guest.. A dessert course wns served and bridge played with Mrs. Otto Scrape winning high score, Mrs. W. 0. Cup- pies, second high and Mrs. Dickinson, bridgo. • » • Mrs. Wilson Entertains . Octette Club, Guests Mr*. Homer Wilson entertained yesterday afternoon »t her home for the first meeting of the Octette Bridge Club following the Summer adjournment. Mrs. 8., C. Owens, Mrs. V.- L G. Holland, Mrs. • John McHaiiey""tftid Mrs, A. G. Hall were guests for the afternoon of bridge. Mrs. Oivens led the scores for the guests, whiJe Mrs. Marvin Nunn took top honors for the club. Mrs. C. A- Tant won second high. A dessert course was served. • * • Mrs. McHaney Hostess To Kibitzer Club Periwinkle and polmettlas decorated the entertaining rooms ol the Robert McHaney home yesterday for the dessert bridge honoring members ot the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Johnny White won first honors in the game and Mrs. Jim Smart won second high. Mrs. McHaney served a dessert course. * At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Ronnie Smith, City Oeorge Jenkins, City Mrs. Jimmy Deal and baby, City Here's Tailored News 3274 12-42 By Sue Burnett Your important tailored frock lor busy IICR- season. Expertly cut and youthfully styled, It features a soft rolled collar, pleated skirl contrasting edging for collar nnd .sleeves. Pattern No. 3274 is a scw-rlte perforated pattern In sixes 12, 14. 16, 18, 20; -10, 42. Size 14, 4U yards of 35 or 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, m. The Fail nnd Winter Issue of FASHION is just what you've l>cen waiting for—a complete guide in planning a wearable wardrobe for a new season] Gift patterns printed Inside. 25 cents. Supper Meeting Held at Church A poUuck supper at the cliurcV followed by election ot officers highlighted the meeting of the 28 members and two guests of the Phebenr. Class of the First Baptist Church at the monthly session. Mrs. S. E Cooper and Mrs. T. A. Folger were the guests. Prayer by Mrs. John Tyrone preceded the evening meal which was served from a single long table topped with R design of asters and rose.v Mrs. Harry Began, class president, conducted the business portion which opened with a devotional by Mrs. J. P. Horntr. Mrs. B. B. Slnyton led group singing. OR leers to serve for the new church ycnr are Mrs. M. L. Stewart, president; Mrs. W. E. Jost, vice president; Mrs. J. C. Roach, fellowship nnd publicity; Mrs .Hubert Scymore, clnss ministries; Mrs. Tyrone, stewardship; Mrs. Roy Beavers, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Josephine Hall, assistant secretary and treasurer; and Mrs. Ri- !ey Adams, social chairman. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. F. E. Utley, Mrs. G. C. Bartholomew, Mrs. Harvey Chapman and Mrs, Seymore. RUTH MILLETT Girl's Parents Often Set Too High Standards for Beau B, RUTH HILLKTT, NEA HUH Writer Mls.s Vivian Patterson, daughter of Mr*. S. S. Patterson of fllythe- vllle, ha* pledged Pi Beta Phi sorority at the University of Arkansas, FayeltevUle, wher« ahe i* a sophomore. Miss Jerry Jo Lewis was removed to her home Wednesday from Walls Hospital where she had undergone an appendectomy. Her condition b> reported as satisfactory. Jack Homer l«(t yesterday for Washington and Lee, Lexington, Va., to continue his studies, Mrs, Cleo Langston arrived today from her home, in DeKalb, MU*., to vUlt her daughters, Mrs. C. L. McWater.i, Jr., and family, Mrs. G. O, Poetz and family and son, Charles Langston and family. Pvt. Jack W. King will leave tnj the morning for ScoU Air Force Base. HI., to be Die weekend guest of Pic. Donald W. Peterson. Pvt. King, who is stationed at Camp Stewart, Ga., Is spending a 15-day furlough here with his mother, Mrs. W. L. Green. Mrs. G rover Meyer and Mrs. Ralph McNeil of Plggott are the guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs, Gene E, Bradley and family. Mrs, Alton jaggers, Mrs. R. E. Schinuck, Mrs. J, G. Barnes and Mrs, W. H, Stovall are .'pending today In Memphis, Mr, and Mrs. Allen Van WknkJe have returned from BoonevHIe and Morrllton. While In Booneville, they were the guests of the Rev. Bates Sturdy and family. The Rev. Mr. Sturdy is a former pastor of the Lake Street Methodist Church, in Morrilton, they were the guests of Mrs. Van Winkle's sister. Mrs. I. L. Mallett, and Mr. Mallett. • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reid announce the birth of their first child a son Sept. 12 at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Retd is the 1'or- mer Ml&s Billy Marie Barnett, daughter of Mr, and Mr*. W. T. Barnett of Blytheville. Johnny Halscll. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsell. will leave Tuesday for Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn., to continue his studies. Included in the list of University of Arkansas students pledging social sororities are Miss Raniona Crafton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Rc.scoe Graf Lou, who haa pledgee Delta Delta Delta; Miss Betty Harber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E Harber, pledging Delta Gamma; and Miss Shirley King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King who pledged Chi Omega. Mr, and Mrs. Roger Montgomery and daughter. Susan, will arrive tonight from their home In Mem phis to be the weekend guest* o Mr. and Mrs. Sidney swim. A college teacher asks: "Can't you write something for parents who try to discourage their daughters from marrying young men simply because the young couple will have to start out. by living on a shoe string? "1 have heard well-to-do parents brag about how little they had when they started out and then worry and fret over a daughter who wanted to marry a young man making a small salary. "The mistake parents tend to make, I think, is In comparing what Iheir laughter will have at the beginning or marriage with what they have after years of effort. They seem to want their daughters to start out with what (hey—the parent* — have worked years to achieve." She Is right, of . course. Even though parents themselves started out with nothing, they often hate to see their children marry on little more than youth, health and hope. They don't seem to have the faith In their children being able to make a go of it that they had in themselves. They want so maKy material things for their children. Yet when they were young, they too, were sure those things were not Important at the start. 1,00k r'or Tilings Other Than I'osillon Actually parenus would be wiser to worry over the character, educational background, and ambition of a young man, than over the job he holds at (he present moment. If he lias character, Intelligence and ambition, their daughter is getting a prize. She should be made to feel she is, too, Instead of being discouraged or made (o feel it isn't right for her to have to struggle along while he is making his way In the world It is fine to De ambitious for your children, but not to the extent of not wanting them to tak any chances or expecting them to start out wilh the things It usuallj takes- years to gain. Mrs. A. Heinicke To Head Class MM. Adolph Heinicke wu named president of the Mary Martha Class at the First Baptist Church In a business >esslon lolloping an al resco party at the Main Street home of Dr. Edna Nl«s last night. Following the steak supper, retiring class president, Mrs. E. F. Coats, conducted the business session, others to serve are Mrs. W. M. LaFcr- ney, first vice president; Mrs. O. R. Reoford, second vice president; Mrs. Ney Hunt, third vice president; Mrs. E. L, Hale, fourth vice president: Mrs. H. O. Murray, secr«tary; Mrs. Dula Morris,* assistant secretary; Mrs. R. H. achmuck, corresponding secretary'and treasurer; Mrs. J. a. Barnes, historian and Mrs. E. F. Coats, publicity. A devotional service for the approaching revival meeting was led by Mrs. Morris. Mrs. W. Marlon Williams serves as class teacher. First Session Conducted By Luxoro P. T. A. Miss Gay Gattis To Speak Tonight LUXORA, Ark., Sept. 14. — The Luxora Parent-Teachers Association held its first monthly meeting of the new school year here Wednesday afternoon in the school cafeteria. John J. Cowan, Osceola. attorney and state representative, .was the principal speaker. His subject was the educational crisis In Arkansas. Also appearing on the program were Mrs. Harold White, who gave the Inspirational thoughts, and Mrs. A. B. Rozelle, who gave sidelights of her visit to the nntional P.T.A. con- entlon In Miami last May. Mrs. olin Thweatt, PTA president, pre- ded. In an earlier meeting of the or- anlzatlon's' executive committee, r«. Thweatt announced the fol- wing committee chairmen for the ear: Mrs. W. R. Tale, program; Irs. W. M. Johnson, budget and fiance; Mrs. R. B. Whitmore, mem- •ershtp; Mrs. Ercel Skeen, hospital'.y; Edwin Hays, publicity; Mrs. C. ». Smith, magazine; and Mrs. Hay- lond Pate, nursery. Organizational projects for the ear as approved by the executive ommittee include . examination of eeth and eyej of all school chil- ren by qualified personnel and cor- ection of any existing defects, the ontlnuation of the playground pro- ect, and extension of sponsorship the Cub Scout organization tarted this summer. Seventy-two members and guests] ttended Wednesday's meeting, with] oom attendance prizes being I warded to the fifth and eleventh j radcs. Mrs. Jerry Scrape Joins H D. Club Mrs. Jerry Scrape met HA a new member of the Dogwood Horn Demonstration Club Wednesdaj when the group convened at ttv clubhouse lor the bi-monthly ses sion. Mrs. Bud ounter was hostess tc the 10 members and one guest, Mis Belty Woolrlltge. tor the session which opened with group singing led by Mrs. Bob Scott. Roll call and, a devotional pre ceded tlie business session In whicl garden tips were given by Mrs. P S. Parker and plans for the booth at the county fair discussed. Mrs take a pe at the softest, smartest shoes in town! Smart R«l« wyefuls » Vieoytnly »of» aioa*. Their flexible, coteuoble fit '« a rwt find...found only in Soft I 1 T95 O E S I , Good Shoes & Hosiery lal and good steers and heifers, largely odd lots, 38.00-34.50; utility helfere down to *5.00; udllty and commercial cows 23.00-27.50; canners and cutters mostly, 11.00-23.50. A dry water course Is known In Arabic countries as a wadi. 1 To avoid that duity, drwr look awnings sometimes take on u tti* end of summer nears, try glvlnc them a bath to restore Iheir colorful brightness To scrub *w»y the film of dlrb, use a long-hindiect brush dipped In frothy sud>; ta rinse, use your garden ho*«. Cominq Events Social Calendar Friday Miss Dorothy Whittle becomes the bride of Eric Lloyd Ray at Number Nine Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Saturday Miss Mary Jo Eaton. James Den' Is Jefleries exchange nuptial vows at First Baptist at 4 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance will be guest speaker tonight at the | at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Hosts 1 p.m. supper meeting of the Chris- and hostesses, Mr. »rid Mrs. Walter '-- "' Fellowship ot the Miss Gay Gattis of Little Rock tian Womens First Christian Church. Miss Gattis serves as state secretary of Women's Work o[ Uic Christian Womens Fellowship of the Christian Churches. • Miss Gattis' address will follow the supper, which will be served at the church. Bridge League Winners Named Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. Prank Grigsuy were top score winners last game of League. Second place honors In the four table Howeil movement played at Hotel Noble went to Harry Haincs and Frank Nelson. night in the bt-weekly the Duplicate Bridge W. Day. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. RUey Jones. Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Crawford McClue. Delta Kappa Gamma has 2:30 meeting at the Manila hom« of Mrs. Katherine Green. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., Sept. 14. (API—(USDA)—Hogs 9,500; generally steady to 25 lower; mostly 10 to 15 lower; bulk 190-240 ibs 20.60-75; bulk 110-180 Ibs 20.2540; 150-170 Ibs 19.25-20.25; few 170 Ibs 20.50; 120-140 Ibs 16.75-18.50; fe«' lighter weights H.00-16.00; several loads 250-270 Its 20.25-50; load 585 Ibs 19.75;, occasional small lots 290325 Ibs 18.75-19.50; sows 400 Ibs do™ n.00-18.00; heavier sows 15.00-16.00; stags 13.50- 15.50. Cattle 1.100; calves 600; comnwr- Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KI.CN nt 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Rox Office Ptione 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opuns at 1:15—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Make the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS l.asl Times. Today To get rid at the white stains nat frequently cloud flower pot.s fter a lew months' use. try scrub- 'InR at the discoloration with a tiff-bristled brush dipped in foamy leternent suds. Bill Cable presided. The meeting was adjourned with .he repeating ot the club collect. The door prize was won by Mrs. Clarence Davis. In the social hour 'ollowing Mrs. Gunter served refreshments. "Parents" - Is Your Child Receiving the Best in MUSIC EDUCATION? THE Fowlston School of Music Teachers Ar« Accredited by Ark. State Dept. of Education and Members of National Guild of Plans Teachert National Association of Teachen of Singing PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE 815 Chickasmvba Phone 2049 I'aramounl Xett.s Selected Shorti Saturday TEXAS &L_ RANGERS® M Etnllo 1IUU FrtOiCtlw », GEORGE MONTGOMERY • SALE SIMM Also Serial "Roar -of the Iron Horn*" Selected Short* Continuous Showlnf Saturday 1Z:30-11:3» SUNDAY & MONDAY WANT, 'ADS sea BUY m. CONTACT — The Right Peopb for That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. 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