The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 16, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 1«, 1949 Amelia Satiba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Dean Complimented At Utho Barnes Residence Mrs. Utho Barnes and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock were hostesses last night when they entertained with a shower party honoring Mrs. Elwood Dean. Twenty five guests attended Die affair which was held at Mrs. Barnes' home, Mrs. J. W. Whltworth, mother of the honoree was a special guest with Mrs. James Elslander of Driver, who Is her sister, as the only out of town guest. Contests and party games were played during the evening with Mr.s. William J. Rigney winning the prize. She later presented her prize to Mis. Dean. Novel decorations were used throughout the home with crystal and China vases filled with spring flowers In various shades, completing the decorations. Favors were presented to each guest, after which refreshments were served by the hostesses. • • * Surprise Party Given Honoring Mrs. Lucius Mrs. Vida Lucius was honored on her birthday Tuesday night when her daughter, Miss Marie Lucius, entertained with a surprise party at their home at 501 North Broadway. Fifteen guests attended the affair. During the evening various party games' and contests were played. The honoree was presented her gifts as she went on a treasure hunt. Following the games, the hostess served refreshments. She was assisted in entertaining by Miss Joan Freeman, Miss Virginia Denton and Mrs. Woods. The home was decorated with arrangements of mixed flowers In crystal vases. Miss Elkins Is Hostess To Calvary Baptist YWA The Toung Women's Auxiliary ol tha Calvary Baptist Church niel Monday night at the home of Miss Mary Louise Eltins with 12 members present. The meeting iris opened with the devotional taken from the book of Timothy and given by Miss lAichida Cole. Those taking part on th program were Misses Mary Peeples Mary McBride, Evelyn Hudson Bernadene Pondren, Mice priest Patty Graham and Jane Wallace The group was dismissed wit] PETTICOAT FASHION! Oh, miss, jour pclticoal T« show ing! But il'« quile lite fs.'luon ill; *mnm?r, my* pretty Jnnrt I.ei^li MGM star. She likes collnn pcni coals in all colors ami all Mylr* ami .Oie likes them slio^in;:! Th frill) pettiroal i' Inppcd hv u slire nrgRnclie frock litnt is rri*p nn cool. KNGAGKD—The engagement of :iss Patsy Anne Richardson, daueh- •r of Mr. and Mis. Murray L. Rich- .dson of Luxora. to Bconda L, ouMen, .soil of Mr. and Mr.s. \V. E, oulden of Hector. Ark., was an- ounced recently by her parents he wedding will he solemni/.cc nudity. June ID. at 4 p.m., in the irst Baptist Church in Luxora. Luxora News Mrs. Cora Roberts 01 Memphis spent last week In Luxora as the guest of Mrs. Ray Owen and Mrs. Minnie Crider. Luxorans enrolled in the Arkansas State Teachers College Summer Course currently held in Osceola, include Mrs. Avis Crawford. Mrs. J.'S. Olive, G. C. Driver, Jr.. and Mrs, T. D. Wilkins, teachers in the Luxora schools, and Miss Wilma Layne, and Miss Betty Mifflin. Mrs. H. C. Davidson, of Oj*;n- ville. Miss., sjient the weekend here as the guest of her mollier. Mrs. R. J. Gillesple. Randall W. Nichols. President of the Luxora Rotary Club, is in New York this week attending the Rotary International Conference. Jane McClendon has returned home front Conway, where she was a delegate of the North Arkansas Youth Assembly in a conference held at Hendrix College Members of the W.S.C S. of the Methodist Church honoree their pustor, the Rev. H. L. Kohl- son, with a birthday dinner las Friday night. Miss Charlcnt Walker is visiting relatives in Spnrkmnn, Aik. Miss Eunice Shiim left this week for Baton Rouge. La., where she will enroll in Louisana State University for Ihe summer term. Bits of News Cologne Revives pirits Crisped 3y Summer Heat Mrs. Wheeler Hostess 0 Demonstration Club The Ynrbro Home Demonstration i:b met Tuesday afternoon at 'he orne of Mrs. Eiza Wheeler. The meeting was opened with the lining of a song, followed by the i!! call, which was answered with ich member telling a way to con- 01 Insects. The devotional was ven by Mrs. Dave Abbott anil was ken from the book of Psalms. Those taking part on the pro- ram and their tonics were: Mrs. ita Bunch, who talked on the care f chickens; Mrs. Lee Stiles, who ave a demonstration on canning miatoes and Mrs. Abbott gave the n s t r u c 11 o n s on transplanting .rawberry plants. After the business session, games ere played and refreshments ot a alad plate with Iced drinks were erved. Cologne sprayed on with an atomizer does double duty during warm weather as a perfume and a skin-freshener. : Br Alicia Hxrt NEA Staff Writer % Th« alcoholic content of toilet water or cologne is almost is welcome to a woman during sultry days as the fragrance which the heavenly stuff floats over her. For the reason, she is apt when he thermometer climbs to reach oftener for her toilet water cologne than for her more concen- .rated perfume. The two aids should be used, a team, however, if she wants to get the most out of both. To make team of the two, their scents must match. That way the toilet water can be given the routine chores or preserving after-bath freshness and reviving a womnn when she wilts. The glamor role of changing her mood and lifting her spirit can be given over to the matching perfume. From such team more lasting benefits are to be had. An argument against a mismatch of the two accessories—an argument which conies frnm chemists who concoct both—is that perfume of one odor fmri a toilc water or another can nullify cancel each other out. Cominq Events Social Calendar Frida.T Mrs A. A. Hardy will entertain the C.B.C Club. prayer by Miss Fondrcn. louring the social hcur, pictures wrre riuidc and refreshments were sewed by the HI BIB Box Ofiicc Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat & San Bargain NisM Ererj NiRht Except Saturday Na passes honored on Sandaj al Rosy Theatre Continuous Shows Hox Office Opens IMS Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN X:0fl a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m / tin hf'd rhon«r fnr himself. . . harnl- ;ns, rirh coloring.*, fine satin*. Hv 1.50-2.00 To hrlft firn tlrrft light . . . XVondorfuHv torn- foriaMe Vanpcuscn KEcxiHHi pajaii;;u in ?mart pattern* »nrj rich fahtrs 3.05 Thursday A Frida Thursday & Friday V TViri Hr.tirn tftnrt thirl* ihst arr u.vhahlf urnidrr.'. mirr rnl-us with exi/tiiMvr tun-uav California 1-^° colUr „. 3.95 aramoum News «fc Selected Short COMINC; SOON TO Till- KIT? I.ETTKR TO TilRKK \VTVKS Jeanne Cr.iin, Mmla l»;i ...... '»nni_- otniincrn TUF BVKKI.KVS OF KKOMW epartment Store wllh Frcrt Aitaire anil Gintcr Rogers TUI.SA with Susan Wayward and and Kohrrt Vrcston o Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee David of Manila will celebrate their golden Vedcllng Anniversary Sunday at heir home. The couple will have pen house between the hours of wo and five in the afternoon for lelr friends. Mr. and Mrs. joe Felhauer re- tumed yesterday from a six weeks vis'.t in the northern part at Illinois, They were called there because of the illne&s and death of Mrs. Feihauer's sister, Mrs. John Kinucy of Nokomis, 111. Before returning home, Mr. and Mrs. Felhauer were the guests of Lhcir children, Mr, and Mrs. David Salomonc and Mr. and Mr.s. George Fhiley. Condition of Mrs. VV, A. Afflick who underwent an operation Mond«y. at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis, is improved. Dr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Brandon and daughter. Lynn o! Uttlefield, Tex,, arrived to be the Riiest.s of their parents, Mr. and Mr.s. C. F. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Uzxcli S. Bran-son, They will leave Monday lor Denver City. Ka-s., to make their ho>iie where Or. Branson will be in charge of the Yokuin County Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Bransoi also had a.s their eucsts. Mrj George L Heard and children Georce Ann. Virginia and Maurine Brandon, of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. O. E- Knudsen and daughter. Muss Muriel Knudseu left yesterday morning for Atlantic City where Mr. Kmid.sen will attend the Ki',v:nn.s convention, Later they plan to go to Harmon Minn., where they will visit wit I relatives for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Odell o Torrance, Calif., are the parents o a son born June 9, at the Torrance Memorial Hospital. He has been named EVirry Ahin. They have p.n other son, sandy aged two. Mrs Odell is the former Miss DoroUi Walker o/ Blythcvflle. Mr.s. Gladys Baker and chHdre. returned from a two weeks vacatio: spent in Albuquerque, N. M., a. guests of their daughter and sister Aubrey Childs of Carbondale, III arrived to be the guest of hi mpther, Mrs. Raymond Maxwel and Mr. Maxwell.lie plans to b here for several weeks. Mr. and Mr.s. Morris Zellner am sons, Marvin a ml Stan ley ha ve a. Uielr guests, his brother, Sai Zellner and Mrs. Zellner's brother Israel Pet.rovsky and Mr.s. Petrov sky. Mr. Zellner motored to Mem phis {o accompany them here. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King ar the parents of a daughter bor Saturday at Walls Hospital. She hn been named Kathy Leann. Mr. King and Infant daughter were dis missed yesterday from the nospita and are now at their home at 160 Main. Private Billie Goodman of Ho land, Mo., has been transferre from Fort Benning, Ga., to the IK airborne division at Camp Camp Van Heuserr... or eUe! father's is June I 1 I want lanfleusen ??°rt shirts Give Dad a Van Heusert Gift Certificate 3iff ideal or faf/ier at featured in LlrE V t'tin Hem "t -tOO thirl with pairntei! can't-wilt-or- rinklr cne-f V haep him ... the shirt ccft collar, French cuffs. Superb \\}\\ln r<w>/ Van atr-^rave jhirt ith the ^Me open windows. Stnsrl solid 3.35 EVANGEIJSTIC TEAM—Tlivce seniors al Union Theological sem- nary at niclimond, Va.. and one graduate, also at Riclimond. are eucst. at the First Presbyterian Church here during this week. to work with he high school and college students. They will teach a course on evangelism and its meaning. These four arc: (from left to right) Can Thomas John Barlcsdale, Mrs. Donald Bohb and Donald Bobb. Topics for the! evening programs include a panel discussion on "Evangelism for Today", given last night; "The Bible Speaks Today", to be given tonight illd "Christian Living For the Das'," on Friday. The morning and evening worship services Sunday will be under the direction of the evangelistic learn and will conclude their work in Btytheville. WE, THE WOMEN * Bulk MlllMt NBA BUlf Writer Men's Old-Fashioned Views On Child-Rearing Still Work 'Old-fashioned notions about ringing up children are still held by too many men," says an edue»- or who claims that makes for con- lict Jn the home, with wives waning to treat their children the way tlie child psychologists say they should be treated, and husbands wanting to treat them the way their parents did. It may make for conflict between parents, but having a father with few old-fashioned notions Is sometimes the salvation of Junior. Often after Mama has tried following the experts' advice to no avail, old-fashioned Papa conies along and puts his old-fashioned foot down and says: "Let's not have any more of that," and Junior straightens up and starts to behave himself. And for all Mamma's superior knowledge about the most modern Ideas on how to bring up Junior she often admits In »xasp*raUon that the kids seem to step around for papa—while all she gels from them are arguments and temper tantrums. What's more, when the going | $ really rough and Junior seta d« fiant. Mama forgets her superior knowledge and threatens to report the situation to Papa. So, maybe It's a good thing to have one parent with » few old- fashioned notions about how to bring up children. ft mav make for a little conflict in the home. But Isn't it a healthy kind of conflict? After all, the child psychologists are not infallible. They do make mistakes. Many of the ideas they were stressing a few years ago, they've already backtracked on. And some of those old- fashioned notions seemed to work fairly well, generation after generation. Ladies... A Certified Service Performed in Your Home l. Ky. He graduated recently from jump Irainin gand is the son of Mr. ana Mrs. Roy Goodman of Holland. Darlene Feinbcrg. daughter of Mrs. Sidney Plat! and Salley Mc- Cutcheti, daughter ol Mvs. S'nn Barton, will leave tomorrow to attend Camp Laurie near AshviJle N. c. Mrs. U. C. Rose 15. .spending several weeks in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Talbott of BethesdR, Md., will arrive tomorrow to spend ten days hern as guests of Mrs. Talbott's mother. Mrs. Emma Nolen and her sister, Mrs. E. R. Mason and family. Mi-, and Mis. Alex Curtis, who have been making their home in FayeUeville, while Mi'. Curtis wfc a student at the University of Arkansas, are now making their home near Manila. Mrs. Curtis is the former Miss Mary Knthryn Rose. Mr. and Mrs, Aubrey Conway spent yesterday in Memphis with At The Hospitals Illvlheville Hospital Dismissed: Mary B. Johnson, city. L. D. Crawford, Armorel. William C. Shay. city. Mrs. Lee Daniel, city. Mrs. Charles Wicker, city. Walls Hospital Di.-mLssed: .,., Mrs. W. F. King and baby, city. Mrs. Bill Watson, city. •I Lynn Flannigan, city. Mrs. Pauline Stinson. Reeves, Mo. Cecil Hays. city. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little. Mr. Little is a patient at "ie Methodist Hospital and underwent an operation there recently. His condition Is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose are spending their vacation at Virginia Beach, Va. Also FLOORS, LINOLEUMS WASHED, WAXED and POLISHED 3-Da.v Service on Living Room Suites Acrosajfhe Street from the Kill J'honlre 305-307 Wit Main Phone 3149 Dura-Clean System Blythevilte Phone 3696-4177 at prices that tread Ballerinas! • White Linctte • Blue Denim • Blue Polka Dot lightly on your budget! Children's Leather Sandals tor an Active Summer! 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