The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 26, 1951
Page 4
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FOUR BLYTHBVTLUE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS J*n« Shelton, Society Editor Dessert Canasta Given At Rustic Inn Mrs. J, N. Day took top honors Imt night In the dws«rt canasta at Rustic Inn entertaining member* of the Alpha Delta Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. R. H. Watson was hostess to the four tables of chapter members for the event which wfcs first of. the /all social season. A brief business session preceded the canasta game in which Mrs. Everett Peterson won second high •core and Mrs. Jack Rawling.s, b rid go. *. * * Mrs. WJiitis En lei-tains Tn-Tovvn Club, Guests The newly-completed H. N. Whl- lis home on West Walnut was the setting yesterday afternoon for a dessert bridge honoring members and guests ci the Tri-Town Cllll). Alr.s. vVhitis n-Rs host£..>5 60 the club and guests. Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Jr.. and Mrs. Dick J. White for the u-eekly event. In Ihe bridge game, Mrs. Gene Teaford ;von high score and Mrs. White, second high. Circle Hears Mission Program Circle Three of the Business Woman's Clrclej of Calvary Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mr«. Howard Caldwell for the mission study, "The People Called Baptists." Mrs. Ellen Conley directed the lesson for (he eight members and. two guests. Prayer by Mrs. A. J. Rhoades opened the program for the Circle • nd guests, Miss Martha Brown «nd Mrs. Porter Miller. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove led the • djournlng prayer followed by a «ocial hour In which Mrs. Caldwell Mrved refreshment*. 7-Table Howe 11 Played by League A seven-tabl* Howell movement w»s played last night st the weekly Mislon of the Country club Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. H. V. Merritt and Mrs. Riu«11 Phillips took first place honors, with Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. Bamuel F. Morris whining second high. Mrs. E. B. Oee and O. S. dwell were third place winners, i So Wonderfully Versatile 8633 34-48 By Sue Burnett Nothing like a classic to keep you well dressed at all limes. This charmln* shirtwaist style has a neat and uncluttered air, Is perfectly at home at, any and all occasions. Pattern No. 8633 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sixes 34 3S 38, 40. 42. 44. 46, 48. Size 36, 4\ yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier New* 372 W. Qulncy Street .Chicago 6. Don't miss the Fall and Winter FASHION. It contains 48 panes of new slyles. simple to make frocks lor all ages; decorating tricks; gift patterns printed inside the book Send 25 cents today. Area Assembly Begins Tonight the delegates attending the Area Assembly of the International Convention of the Disciples of Christ which opens tonight In Little nock. Thirty-nine members of the local church registered for the,three-clay assembly and the group attending Election Held At Program, Business Meeting A program-business meeting was held by the 14 members ol Uie Oos- Jiell Baptist Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church last night, »i the weekly meeting at the chinch. Highlight of the evening's business was an election ol officers, with Mrs. c. A. Moody being named president of the group. "Parallel Progresj In Stewardship" WM the program directed by Mrs. Moody, with 10 Union members participating, A devotional and pnycr by Mrs. Robert. Williams closed the program portion. Others elected to serve with Mrs. Moody 'iere Mrs. Carl Castleman, first vice president; Mrs. Marie Matter, second vice president; Mrs. L. T. Kiirncs, recording secretary; Mrs. Torn Grime.s, treasurer; Mrs. Boyii Tittle, young people's dlrec- :or; Mr.s. Jack Moody, sunshine ha by visitor; Mr.s. Paul Hemphill and Mrs. W. R. Lott, social; Mrs. Roy McKay, community missions; Mrs. Gerald Mtody, coupon chairman; Mrs. Ira Jones, song director and Mr.s. Gene Chitmon. pianist. A prayer by Mrs. Ca-stleman closed the session. Osceola Group Meets at Church The monthly Royal Service pro gram was given Monday afternoon meeting of the Woman's at the Missionary union of Ihe First Baptist Church In Osceola. Mrs. J. K. Kearney, president, conducted Ihe session held at the church, with Mrs. Percy F. Herring as program leader. Prayer by Mrs. D. H. Blackwood opened the program with Mrs. Jct- tle Driver presenting the afternoon's devotional. Program participants were Mr.s. James Ferris, Mrs. Roy Cox aJirt Miss Qrnce Lovelace. Special music was presented by Mrs. Gil Mastln Prayer by Mrs. Searcy Mear.s losed t!ie meeting. Mrs. Mclvin Speck. MM. Jack Wilson and Mrs. C. M. Horton were hostesses tor he social hour following, At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Linda Fay Tillman, Tomato. Helen Jackson, city. W»lli Hospital Dismissed: . Glen T. Boyd. Ultle Rock. Mrs. Charles H. Galnes «nd baby. Mr«. P. B. Jarrett ha« been returned from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she recently underwent surgery. Her condition Is reported as much Improved and she Is now at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Tom Jiablead, 912 Pecan. Mr .end Mrs, Jack Baer of Terre Haute, Ind., were Ihe weekend guests of Mrs, Baer'3 sister, Airs. Annabel! Fill and son, John. Mr.s. Fill now has as her houseguests, Mrs. Farris leaser and Miss Mary Lankford of Clinton. Wora was received yesterday by Mrs. 8. p. Lee of the death of her brother. II. R. Ratcliff of Kansas City. Mo., Monday, Mr. Ralcllff had been a BlythevlJle visitor. Funeral services will be conducted today In Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., returned Monday from Memphis where they had been the weekend giiesl-s of Mrs. Thompson's sister. Mrs. r'red Cockran and family They went especially lo be with Mrs. Thompson's brother ,U. Gene Sykcs and Mrs, Sykes. Lt. Sykes, who was formerly stationed at Camp Stewart. Oa.. will leave in two weeks tor duty in Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Watson will spend the weekend in Meredian Miss., as guests ot Mr. Watson's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R. II. M. Watson. They are going especially for the Rev. and Mrs. Watson's 50th wedding anniversary celebration Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turley left this morning for their home in Forrest City after several days visit here with relatives and friends. Mr. «nrt Mrs. Turley will leave Forrest City soon for Pine Bluff to make their home where Mr. Turley Is being transferred with Universal C. I. T. Mrs. Turley is the former Miss Mary Ball of Blytheville. Bill Wixson. who is serving with the Air Force and is stationed at Bergstrom Air Force Base, Ausijn Tex.. Is spending 10 days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. wisson of Burdette. Mr. «nd Mrs. W. C. Shearjn and daughter. Kay, and Miss Millie WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, Wl THE YOUNG-UrJS-IJItle Palsy Ann Henderson, ase 5, of Augusta, V j.. ,s im«hty ,m,,,,i ot her tive-month-ohi Ayrshire cnlf which -lies smoming l o make its debut at Ihe New Jersey state fair in Trenton. *RUTH MILLETT Wife Must Help Husband Change 'Boarder' Attitude By BL'TIl MH.I.ETT. NBA Staff Writer Asks a wife: "Can't you write (into the bargain. What they don't something abcut husbands who act l realize is that they are missing the own real joy of family living by acting like star boarders. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Fidelias Class of First Baptist Church has biisine.s.s-social meeting at the home of Mrs. O. S. Rollison, 405 North Broadway, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. w. B. Mayo entertaining 'iriirsday Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:30 p.m. I Mrs. w. J. Cupnles hostess to! TLE Club. Kibilzer Club plays at the home of Mrs. Johnny White. Mrs. j. c. Ellis, Jr., entertaining GEO Club. Frldav Woman's Club Executive Board meets at 2 p.m. preceding fen«ni meeting at 2:30. Saturday Duplicate Bridge Leagu* meeU lA Hotel Nobls at 1:M. DR. W. A. TAYLOR Veterinarian Offfcei N'ow In ST. FRANCIS DRUG Phone 3507— Nile, cliecfc. If you can make your husband see that in reality he - even more than you _ 1, i asin g out bv h|s sUr boarder altitude he may change his ways. Goodbye Heartburn TUMS! TUMS FOR THE TUMMY Kirby Drug Store like star boarders in their homes? "My husband docs absolutely nothing about the house. If the baby cries, lie hollers for me to do something, even though I may be in the middle of dishwashing or cooking a meal. If the older child Chambers left yesterday for Plor- wnnls a drink of water he says. 'Go ence, Ala., where they were called' aslc Jour niother." following the death of Charles Chambers. Alan Beny ..son of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry left Monday morning tor Tulane University. New Orleans to continue hits studies. , Mrs. A. J. H. Reid of West Palm Beach. Fla.. is the houseguest ot her son. Max B. Reid and family. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Bannon arrived yesterday from Chicago where they had made their home for the past four months. They will be at home in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gaines announce the birth or a daughter Monday night at Walls Hospital! She has been named Glnny Lynn They have two other children Mnrv Ruth and Charles Edward. J. D. Via returned yesterday from. two months vacation In Halls Tenn., Jackson, Miss., and New" Cfr- daugbter, Mrs. Otan Allison and amilr. "ife Is getting fat from sitting around watching me work. And it all comes from his firm conviction that everything to do with running a house and taking care of children is 'woman's \voik' and beneath a man's dignity." That attitude is becoming more rare all the time—but still there are husbands like yours who still cling to it blindly. They'll sit and watch their wives doing hard, physical work without ever thinking of lending a hand. They'll send the children to "Mama" for every small need. They'll hurry a wife, who is trying to get the whole family ready, to go out instead of pitching in and helping a little so the last minute things can be dene nuickly. And they're proud of themselves. They Have wh-es who resent them. ! instead of feeling close to them.;' Their children. In time, begin to loofc on Dad ax someone to steer clear of — and give all their love to the mother. And before long the whole family begins to feel that home ii more fun when Dad Isn't around, expecting service aim offering nothing to family living but his pay \S+ vjenui ne Cobra/' perfect for Fall! 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