The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1951 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 5, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWI FRIDAY, OCTOBWi 5, Society, Jam Sheiton, Society Editor f Pbon* 4461 Reception, Installation Honors Euzelians, Guests A reception honoring new class members followed by nn installation! of officers, Isust, night entertained j members of the KuTillnn Class of \ the First Baptist Church. The combined activities were held in Die entertaining rooms o( the rlmrch. which were decorated \\\ tourhe.s of purple and gold, class colors. The rooms held bourjueU of (all binoms in (he chosen hups. Centering the lace laid refreshment table was a low design of purple blossoms. Tiered candelabra hi which flickered golden tapers stood nl either side of the floral study. Alternating at the table 1 were Mrs. Joe Ramay and Mrs. Forrest Moore, Greeting the guests as they arrived were class teacher, Mrs. A. T. Hays find Mrs. Dnryl Sinner, newly elected president, who were assisted dui'inp the evening hy Mrs. Worth Holder and Mrs. Jim Edwards. Class aim. "To firing Young Women to Christ and Lead Them lo Save" was discussed for the 32 class members attending by teacher, Mrs. Hays. A solo, "Jesus Ts Real to Me," was sung by Mrs, Holder preceding the Installation of. officers by Mrs. Russell Baugh. Taking olfice was Mrs, Rwancr, president; Mrs. James Lunsford, secretary; Mrs. U B. Baker, assistant secretory; Mrs. Hebpr Llndqulst, membership vice president; Mrs, Holder, fellowship vice president, Mri. Joe Atkins, personal ministries, Mrs. I.b. DeShazo. stewardship, Mrs. Charles Frazier, extension visits; Mrs. E. L. Boggs. Mrs, Woodv Jackson, Mrs. Williams Ellis and Mrs. Pat Chltnion, group en plains and Mrs. Hays, class teacher. The song. "Living lor Jesus," was i\mg by MrR/Hnrold Davis, who had presented background music throughout the evening. GuesU for the affair were Mrs, E. C. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Baugh, Mm. Davis, Mr. und Mra. John Mayetj Mrs. R. H. Geary and Mrs. Evan*. Tailored Togs for Men Bits of News s f \ Clark Mo^elcy of fit. Loui* spent this week here m xuesls ot ttl.i sls- Methodist Church School Officers, Teachers Named Offiowi Did ttachen o( the church school of the Firsl Mfthod- l»t Church for 1951-53 hav« been announced, Heading thi children's division Is Mrs. H. O. Jackson, who wiJ! .serve a* lunerintcndenl. Others include: nursery—Mr. 1 ;. Charles Cri^ger, .Ir.. Gracefulness of Hands Increased By Finger Exercises and Care superintendent. Mrs. K. Mrs. Earl Buckley and Mrs. Newton By AMCIA HART NEA Staff Writer A fancy horse blanket can't make a race horse of a workplug. Nor can a. satiny covering of akin insure your claim to-hand beauty. In hands, like horses, movement Is of prime importance. No matter how careful your grooming. It's apt to b* overshadowed In an observer's consciousness by Jerky gestures of stiff-join ted awkwardness. Add to the grace of your hands I thcM realistic terms. You are R your plac*. unl«u y<* tet partner and you .huve a partner's tl(rn t .-4 u* h«r da **»• right*. The other woman can't take 1 g »t ntr oo ww GEO, Gu«sU Play Bridge m Goodrich Home MM. Richard T. Mills anrt Mrs. Lewi* Henderson were gue^ta last nJght with members of tlie GEO Club when Miss Vera Goodrich was hostess at her home on ChSckasaw- ba Avenue for an evening of bridge. Mr*. James Rogers took high score prize in the game, .with Miss Jettye t Huffman winning Second high and'Mrs. Mills, brkigo, Miss Goodrich served a dessert eourw to her guests, who were «eat«d In tha entertaining about which were spaced bouquets ot multi-colored flowers. Club Resumes Meetings; Mrs. Phillips Hostess Th* firsb meeting of the fall social season for members of the Thursday Club was held 1 yesterday at (he Country Club, with Mrs. Russell Phillips hostess to the club and one guest. Mrs, R. H. Kirby. Luncheon preceded the afternoon of bridge and the long table at which the giieMs were seated was centered with a low design of late Bummer blooms interspersed In greenery. In the bridge game following, Mr*. R. F. Kirshner took high score honors, with Mrs. Phillips winning second high. All Members At lend TLE Bridge Club Game All members of the TLE Club were present last night for an evening of playing bridge for which Mis. Otto Scrape was hostess at her' home. ' FaU'blooms adorned the room tn which the Eiiests were seated. Mrs. Jerry Scrape took hleh score. Mrs. J. F. Scrape, second high and Mrs. Joe Nenly. bridpo. A dL'S5crt course was served by the hostess. Mrs. Nunn Knlerlains Octette Bridge Club Mrs. Mnrvin Nmm was ho>1ess at her home yesterday afternoon to members of the Octette Club for tile weekly bridge game. In the game. Mrs. Homer WiUon took hic:h wore honors anrt Mrs. C. A. Tarn, second hiph During the afternoon Mrs. NIIIIH served refreshments. uc xu SU1 "61 HO HO By Sue Burnett Neatly tailored in even,' detail anrt so thrifty lo make are these shorts and pajamas for the men of the family.' Boxer and yoked styles are provided in the shorts" pattern; box coat jmjnmos are comfortable and suitable for year 'round wear. Pattern No. IU57 Is a scw-rlte perforated pattern in waist sizes 2«, 30. 32. 34, 30, 3fi. 40. 42, 44. Size 30, l\ yards of 39-Inch for each style. Pattern No. 82G6 Is a sow-rile iievfointed pattern for sizes 34. 3fi, 38, 40, 42. 44 Inch chest measure. SiJie 38. 6S yards of 39-Inch. For these pattern*, send 30c for EACH. In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PAT- lers. Mrs. George Carney aiul Mrs Harry Davis, Mrs. W. K. 'I'llrner of Clarksda!e_ Miss,, nnd C. H. Games at llillhoiise. Miss., are the weekend guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M, O. Joyner. They came especially to attend I lie National Cotton Picking Contest. Mrs. Turner Li a sister to Mr. Joyner. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvin Nnnn will leave in Die morning for liam. Ala., to be the '.m'kend cuests of their daughter. Mis. John Walton Cocke and family. Mr. and Mrs, James nark.sdale and Miss Virginia S',','earenzen will be In Little Rork this weekend as Biicsts of Mrs. Batksdale's brother. J. K. Worthy r.nd family. They will aUend the TOU-ArkansEi.s football iiy and Wilson Henry, teachers. diimc Saturday nnd will be Joined: .j ack Robinson was named .super- there by Shirley Barksdale. I nuendent of the adult division De- wno Is a iivshman at the University | pi , rtim .|lt heads ot this group are: ,,l Arkansas, Fayettevillr, ! Seekers Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz.t earlier; Pathfinders—Mrs. Alex Shelby, teacher; Open Door—Jack F. HcV iison, president; Indies Bible Class John Foster, teacher and Bible Claji.'r Harvey Morris, president. Whltis. teachers; kindergarten -- 1 by Increasing their flexibility. Here's Mrs. Hugh Whitsitl. superlnum- j a helpful routine lhat you can do dent. Mrs. Glenn I,add. Mrs. M. E . i In leisure moments. Make use of the . . Edward*, Mrs. I/>uLs Smothemion, ! kitchen table as an exercise board Mrs. Jerry Hearn and Mrs. George while you wait for- the beans to Hale, teachers; primary— Mrs. WD- cook, or the arm of the powder- ham Wyfttt, superintendent, Mrs, I room chair as yovi take your lunch- Vance Henderson. Mrs Max Usrey, ; hour break. teachers; Junior — Miss Miiry Hunler, j If you've ever drummed your fin- siiperlntendenl, Mr. and Mrs. i gera with Impatience, you'll find Cieoige Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. H. I tne position for this exercise a nat- n. Jackson and Mrs. Leonard John- " ral »««• Place your hand flat upo soil, teachers j R smooth surface, then draw your Mr.,. James C. Guard ), M bee,, ' fi"*"* u » . """' <> n » the »l» arc ' C. Guard has beei named superintendent of the youiiK, Also serving in this division are: Intermediate class — E. D. Ferguson, superintendent. Miss Vera Cjoodrlch. Mrs. lone Gore, Mrs. John M. Miller. Mis. Dick White. A. N. Williams and Toler Buchanan :hlng. The bark of your hand should remain Quite level. Imagine there's a water glass resting there that must not be tipped o!f, even when you lift your fingers. ! go up. Beginning with your pinky, raise | It may be difficult at tirst to coax your fingers one by one as high M . your finger: upward. If they're re,,-,,, „ i each, will go. Remember to keep. luctant to cooperate It's a stood teachers. Senior class-George Cur- tncm bent at the (irst Joint as they sign you lack linger control. Mr. and Mrs, ,). R. Hlnson of Union City, Tenn.. are the wcek- j end guesl.s at their niece. Mrs. ,,.,.,„,,, Charles Bright and other relatives. I _M r j ! Mr. and Mrs. Hlnson came especial-1 Men's ly lo attend Hie National Cotton Picking Contest. ] Sandrn and Kay Yatrs have re-! turned from Memphis where they TERN MUMMER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 3ia W. Qulncy Street, Chicago G, III. The Fall and Winter Issue of FASHION is Just what, you've been waiting for—a complete guide In planning n wearable wardrobe Jor a new season! Gift- pnUerns printed Inside! M cents. 8-Toble League Plays at Hotel An eight-table scrambled Mitchell movement was played last night by the Duplicate Bridge League when the group met, nt Hotel Noble. Mrs. Foy Et£hte.soft and Mrs. VV. A. Af- fllck took top honors. Mr. and Mrs. Mure Ford were second place winner.* nnrt Mrs. Sam Slkes find Mrs. Estelle Conts took third score honors. were Ihe Kuc Elolxo Yale*. F., B. ChUwood Is of their aunt,, Miss reported in College. Jonwboro, freshman, Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Duplicate Brtdpc League plays nt Hotel Noble at 1:30. satisfactory ronditlon at Momohk HoMpllnl where he under- wont Mirpflry Tuejsrrsiy. Mr, nnd Mi.v K. H, McFndden will arrive tomorrow from their home Iti Plan niutf !o he the ViouwEiiesUi of their daughter, Mrs. E. J. Cure nnd fninily. Miss Kny Colston, daughter of Mr. flnrt Mrs. W, C. Colston, has been pledged to the Epsilon Delta Chtxpter of Phi Mil sorority at Arkansas Stat« where she is P MM, Hnrold TafL and daughter, Niincy of Baldwinvlllc. Mass., who have been spending 1 the past two weeks here us guests of Mrs. Tuft's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Spencer of Armorel, have been culled to their home due (o the death of their father-in-In* and R rand father. Richard Tnft of IliildwinvUle. Miss Charley Ruin Blankcnsblp, who Is R student fit Memplil.s Slate, Is thfl weekend of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Blnnkensblp of Dell. Miss IJlnnkcnshlp. came especially (or National Cotton Picking Contest activities. J. D, Tatc arrived from his home in Rosvell, N. M_, Tuesday night to •-spend 10 days as guest of hlR mother, Mrs. Ada Tate, other relatives ant] friends. Misses Bonnie and Vnlima Shcp- pnrd arrived totlay from Memphis State ColleRe. to be the weekend guests of their.;, parent-s, Mr. and Mrs. Devrey Slicppnrd. Mliw Grneva. Sbibley. Mrs. A. O. Shlbley. Miss Barbara Snliba and Mrs. Jnck Saltba were In. Memplils yeslerdfiy. Mr, nnd Mrs. L. O. Byerley left yesterday (or their home In Midland, Tex., after having been the liousepuests of Drs, Cnrl tvnrt Edna Nlrs. Mlrhnel Alexander of MeinpliU is the. weekend (•uest of his granilpar- cnts, Mr. and Mrs, Rus.scII Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr., left this aliernnon for Little Rock where they will attend the TCU- Jumbo-Size Painting* Selling for Pittance BOSTON W«—Harvey F. Addition,, one of Boston's oldest art dealers, says there's no room in today's smaller homes for anything larger a 16 by 20 canvas—and In many cases, not even that big. Addition's shop on Ij\ Orange St. here Is cluttered with paintings of all sixes including several that ire big enough to cover an entire modern type home, but drug on the market ,he wall of they are lays. "Nobody want* them any more." sighs the BO-year-old dealer. "Trie ger they are, the more difficult Is to dispose of them. We have sell paintings ranging In sizes to 11 by nine feet for as little $10 In .v)me instances," At The Hospitals Hospital Abbott. City. Dismissed: Mary KLi/nbctli Mrs. Odie Yarbrn, City When a starfish eats nn ovster.' it turns Us stomach inside oiiV to Ret nt its prey. e popular prict the million! pay! WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER Al 10c I St. Joseph ASPIRIN SI.JOStPH FDICiltllH * RUTH MILLETT 'Other Woman' Can't Take Your Place if You Sit Tight •j BUTII MII.LETT. N'EA SUff Wriltt Arkansas football game They will be Joined tomorrow. In Little "I am » mother with small children. A few years ago my husband had an affair with another woman. I was about to get over that. But just recently I found out that he Is having another affair. "This time, the woman is married and has small children of her own. bo you think there Is hope for me and my children or would It be best to let the other woman have him and try lo forget him altogether?" What do you mean by "hope"? Hope that this affair will be the last one? Hope that he rea-lly loyes you. and will someday realize It? Hope that you will someday have the kind of marriage you expected to have? If those are the things you Imply In that word "hope," It would be foolish to encourage you to hope. For you may finer only repeated heartbreak In that k'ind of hoping. Look at Marriage »« Partnership Instead I'll tell' you what I recently heard a wise nncl hard-think- FOR RENT BUSINESS PROPERTY IN BLYTHEVILLE Three of ImildinKs lo fit any business are nniv available for may rent 1 or all. I .Drilled «n the corner of Walnut & Franklin Streets in lilytheville. il'or infotmalion, contact This simple hand exercise, practiced in leisure moments, adds lo flexibility and trac of movem**!. PAUL BYRUM Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Lo get them out of the way." That li hard-headed thinking rhere is no sentimentality in it, no ostly pride, no weak-minded despair. Forget about hope—and think In Rock lor the weekend hy Mr. and ing man sny about a situation like Mn. Charles Crlsgcr, III. who are students at (he University of Arkansas, Fnyelteville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer ami thre« children of Holly Springs. yours. It was: "A wife Is weak and she lets another woman to get a divorce. "A wife, faced by trie 'other wo- . Mlss., are the weekend guesls of Mr!! man' problem, ought above all else und Mrs. W. I. Malln. Mrs. C. M. Buck hai from Memphis where she had spent] several days RS suest.s of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Vinn nnd Mrs. M. L. Woolen. Mrs. Pattl Knight Arrived today from her home In Selnier, Tenn., to spend a month as guest of her sister. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mr. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Eubank. 1 ! and children, Jntnej Tucker and Martha Nell. Mrs. Mabel Smith and daughter. Linda, and Mrs. Frank T. Byrci will be in Jackson, Tenn.. tonight for [lie Blythevlllc-Jackson football ij.lme. They will remain as the overnight guests of Mr. and Mr«. Denlon M.^eal and family. to look at her marriage ae I nershlp. She has a partner's share 1 tn it. "It she sits tight, no other woman can budge her. If she IK determined that she and her children are going io stay in their home, there Isn't anything the other woman ran do FEEL AWFUL? DUt TO COLD MISERIES^ 666 gives fast symptomatic RELIEF GAS is FINE in The Furnace—not in Your Stomach If your stomach burns "like flre" it mentis your food turns to gas instead of digesting. 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