The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Mulliiis, Society Editor f Ut, NewA Phone 4481 Lt, James Henry Is Engaged To Newport Girl Mr. and Mrs. John P. Keel of Newport announce the engagement «nd approaching marriage of their •daughter, Mary Katherine, to Lt. Jsin&s Bower Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. J a me i Wilson Henry ol Ely the- ' Miss K«l attended Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., and the Uni-,,SOIl 01 Mr. and Wilson Henry. Miss Keel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Keel of Newport. They plan to be married in the Spring. BETKOTH EO — Jlisa Alary K:ilh- erine Keol is betrothed to Ll.' James Bowtr verslty of Arkansas, Fayettevllle, where she was a member of the Delta-Delta Delta sorority. Lieutenant' Henry Is a graduate of the University of Arkansas where he was a member of the Sigma Chi social fraternity and Is how In Ihe Army Signal Corps In Philadelphia, Penn. • . . • A spring wedding is being planned by the couple. PEO Sisterhood Has Program The Colonial Room of Hotel Noble was the scene yesterday for a meeting of members of Chapter "D" of PEO, who were entertained with A luncheon. Pink gladioli, Interspersed with greenery, formed the centerpiece for the long table at which the 11 guests were' seated. In -the afternoon's meeting, Mrs. E. B. ace'presided In the business session In which Mrs, R, A. Nelson gave the PEO record report. Mrs. James Roy was in charge of the Founder's Day program. Flattering: And Feminine By Sue Burnett Here Is n good looking afternoon frock for the more mature figure that has pleasing details in the soil neckline, graceful skirt and sleeves in your favorite length. Pattern No. 8843 Is a scw-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 34, 36 38. «, 42, 44, 45, 48. Size'36, 4',i yards of 39-inch. ' For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing qutde for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Wedding Party Attends Rehearsal, And Dinner Here Mr. and Mrs, Tom A. Little Sr., entertntncd last night with dinner party preceding the wedding rehearsal for the wedding of Miss £u- ella Ilarnes to Tom A. Llltlo, Jr., which took place today. Dinner guests Included members of the Immediate families, the wedding party, and out-of-town guests. The butet meal nttendedby 20 people. Centering the dining table, which was overlaid with'white lace, was u wedding cake, decorated In pink and white and flanked on cncli side by pink tapers In silver candelabra. The buffet hold.n large silver bowl with nn arrangement of white chrysanthemums Interspersed with pink stocks. Pink tapers In silver holders flanked the centerpiece. The small tables, where guests were seated were centered with white chrysanthemums In .silver and were also overlaid'In white lace. Pink camellias nnd gardenias were predominant in the profusion of Spring flowers, which were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Marking Miss Barnes' place wns n corsnge of white blossoms which she pinned at her shoulder. For the occasion, she chose a sheath, style dress of pale blue, which was ein- broidered rhlaestones and pcnrls about the yoke. With this, she wore ft white short coat. Out-of-town guests Cor the event were Mrs. J. K. Garner of Greenwood and Air. and Mrs. Knvnnuugh Francis of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Uarnea, parents of the bride-elect, were among the guests. \ rehearsal wns conducted at the First Methodist Church later in the evening. Former Resident Honored at Party Mrs. Rouse Harp of Memphis, formerly of Blythcvillo, entertained yesterday with n bridge luncheon at the Arknnsns Chop Sucy Cottage for Mrs. Gene Fellows, of Memphis. Mis. Fellows, who is the former Miss Lois Eich, and her family nrc moving ib Brazil next wccfc. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Don Hughes and Mrs. Allen Stacy of Hughes. Winners of the bridge gfiiues«wcrc Mrs. Fellows, Mrs. Randall Hawks nnd Mrs. Everett Polerson. THURSDAY & FRIDAY NEW BEFORE! SIGHTS TO SEE! TECHNICOLOR MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID ********* ******** * *****«*******«***»**"*{ Paramount News & Cartoon,: "N'ice Doggy" RITZ GUESTS ~™ Mr. and .Mrs. G- I,. Smylhc and Family Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and Family Dr. and Mrs. Joe Rcasley and Family Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kill Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs. Wesley Oltcliell. Mrs. Clinton Abbott, Jr., and Miss Shirley Abbott were hostesses lust night for a layette shower given in honor or Mrs. Wallace Bunch. A profusion of cut spring flowers were used In the living room and dining rooms of the Oltchell home In which they entertained the H sucsu. Mrs. ch was given a corsnge pf yellow carnations, which wns Interspersed with yellow ma- llne nnd tiny green ribbons. The evening wns spent In plnylng pnrty games, In which prizes were won by Mrs. Richard Swnln, Mrs. P. O. Lackmnnn nnd Mrs. Edward Eaves. Mrs. Clinton Abbott, mother or the honorce, was n special guest. Delphian Society Has 2 Programs Two programs were given at n meeting of the Deltonlan Chnpterof Delphian Society when Mrs. Jerry Cohen and Mrs. Hen Hall were leaders. The atfnlr was held yesterday morning nt Hotel Noble. "Latin America: Mexico," was the program of which Mrs. Cohen was leader. Mrs. Joe Ferguson spoke on "Tlie Golden Continent." Mr.?. Nenl Gesell spoke of "Geography of Latin America," Miss Nenl Luckctt spake on "Mexico: Economic nnd Social Life," Mrs. J. P. Garrolt's subject wns "Recent Trends Under Camasha Aleman." "Understanding Argentina." was the second program of the day, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Shlbtey and daughter. Miss Josephine Shlbley, visited In Clartsdate, Miss., with Edd Samaha who has been seriously ill for a month. Marshall Blackard IB confined to his home at 8SO East Main with pneumonia, and expected to remain In bed for another week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Williams returned last Blight from Hope, Ark., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. P. S. Morton, Sr. ciiarics (Ruff) Lutes and Billy Wayne McParland are spending several days with their families. Both are students at University of Arkansas. Hamilton E, Little of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cecil Oliver, Jr., of Procter. Ark., were expected to arrive today to attend the wedding ot Miss Luella Barnes to Tom A. Lhtle, Jr. Mrs. Lily Slsk and her niece, Mrs. Jewell Oowe/i have returned from Helena, Ark., where they were called, due to the death of Mrs. Slsk'6 brother-in-law, Jesse B. Slsk, n retired lumberman of Helena, and former resident of Blythevllle'. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt were In Slloam Springs, Ark., yesterday where they attended the funeral of Rev. Allen B. Stewart. Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Stacy and fnmlly ol Hughes, Ark., are moving to Jonesboro. Mrs. Stacy, who Is the' former MIsc Becky McCall, visited here yesterday. The Slacy children arc visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCali. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fellows of Memphis are moving to Brazil to make their home, where Mr. Fellows has been, transferred by General Motors. Mrs. Fellows Is Ihe former Miss Lois Eleli of Blythevllle. Arizona Visitor Is Complimented Mrs. H. w. Wylie entertained for n:u..ujis of Club Eight at the Country Club, In compliment to Mrs. Sam Hend of Prescott, Ariz., who Is the houficgucst of her sister, Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mrs. C. L, McWnters was a guest of the clnb. Beginning the afternoon's entertainment wns a 1 o'clock luncheon which was served in the Green Room of the club, from a long table which held a large study in flame colored gladioli interspersed with fern. Other decorations carried out n Valentine motif. Later In the afternoon .bridge games were conducted, when Mrs. H. G. Part low won high score with Mrs. Jesse White taking second. Mrs. Head won brldgo. She was alSo given a gift by the hostess. which was led by Mrs. Hall. "Found- Ing of Argentina," was given by Mrs. Cecil Lowe, "Independence." ™ 6 B' vcn »y Mrs - M »" Monaghan, . Teop , es and their Economy," was b y Mrs. T. I. Seay. Government ,. "The iilse of Mrs W. Wylie ,and "United States Relations With Argentina," was by Mrs. William Wyatt (Style No. 1556) ll's new. it's different, il's Tcena Paige — at the very beat. Silky cotton broadcloth in a novel si vie that features buttons nnd buttonholes on the new rounded collar. Kg waist cinching patent bcl! lops a full, full sliirt- You'll want it in any of these five ice cream colors of pink, blue, gold, green or maize. Sizes 7-15. 8.95 ^SJgg^g^j..- .We LDEUVER 20O E, MAIN ST, /AN. Ensemble Dresses by Paris Designer Show Cardigan* Ov«r Sheath* **"" "'--' ' '* ~ From Pierre Bilnmln's New York collection come these extremely wearable high fashion designs for Spring. Beige Is the biff color and It's used here (left) for a pile tweed coat marked by horizontal rows o! fringe. II is slightly flared, may be wrapped or worn. loose. The all-impprbnt ensemble is shown here two ways. Cocoa silk surah is nrinted (center) with an abstract fish desipi in while Teen-Pampering Barents Making Big Mistake Aren't todays parents or teenagers making a mistake in marking oif all tcen-aee tantrums, selfishness, lack of consideration, etc., as Just typical teenage behavior? Aren't many ot them confusing "understanding" of teen-agers with letting them get by with laziness, disrespect, and an arrogant disregard for the Ruth Milieu rights of their parents In their own homes? Aren't parents-of young people, who claim they can't do anything but let their own children do whatever the crowd does, forgetting ihnt they do have ways of saying "Mo" and making It stick? After all, parents are the givers. They work hard to provide their ^een-agcrs with food, clothing, spending money and every advan- ge they can possibly provide for them. They make sacrifices for their education. They give and give. Why shouldn't they demand something In return? Certainly, they have a right lo demand to be treated with respect Instead of having their Ideas ridiculed and their authority disregarded. They nlso have a right to expect CEiJ Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 30c At AD Times - WED-THURS Double Feature ' ••••••••« IOBERT YOUNG- JANIS CARTf* JACK BUETEL ffgf TECHNICOLOR First Run !n Blythevllle * —l>lus— GMUCHO MARX- „-„>, Also Cartoon FHI-SAT Double Feature Firs! Him in Blytheville •-, ROBIRT ARMSTRONG ,, FR»NX MiHUGH SERIAL: Phantom Empire Cartoon: Happy Holland some help around the house Instead of accepting It as perfectly natural that Sis carries on an hour-long telephone conversation while her motlier does the dishes and thut Junior rebels against mowing the lawn because none 6t the rest of the gang has to do It. It Is one thing for parents to understand their teen-agers and quite Dress has slim skirt, bodice wrapping diagonally '.o the "ront "t's nearly sleeveless. Cutaway liox cardigan, lined in \vhite, listens at the throat and flares away from 'he body. Heavy linen is adapted (right) to the navy-and-while theme. Collarless box jacket with spaced buttons is worn wilh sleeveless camisole top edged in navy and a slim wraparound skirt in navy. another for them to let I^eir teenagers walk oil over them. It is the latter that so many of today's parents seem to do. And the reason lor their letting themselves be walked over seems to be that they have completely accepted the^Idea that such behavior Irom teen-agers Is perfectly "normal." It isn't normal In homes where parents demand as well as give. A, 'Hi //• ^*Tl ^Jlie WJ Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Tom German, Steel* Mrs. Elvic Poe. City • Mrs. Hazel Smith, city Burl White, city Yes, we're Including our entire slock of fine Pall & Winter Coats and Siiifs! 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