The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 15, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, New* Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mary Garrard Caudill Has 6lh Birthday The Mirror Room of Hotel Noble Saturday afternoon was the .scent* of a circus theme party for -JO guests. The occasion for the Affair was the sixth birthday of Mary Garrarri Caudill, daughter of Mv. and Mrs, Gariord Ctuidill. Parly games were played by ihc guests during the afternoon and favors of jumping ropes and tmy circus animals filled with assorted candles were presented. Birthday cake and Ice cream were served from the single long table which was centered with pastel gladioli and chrysanthemums clustered in a low bowl. Further emphasizing the circus theme V.CI-R the tiny figures which dotted the large birthday cake. Guests from Caruthersville, Sicrlf, Blytheville and LeachviDe attended the celebration. Surprise Parly Given For Ihorrias L Chapman A surprise party at the Dixie Pig for 16 classmates Saturday afternoon complimented T n o m a & Lynn Chapman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chapman, who wa.s celebrating his 9th birthday. The entertaining room was adorned with floating balloons and pinned to each child's place card K-RS a licket for the theatre, which the group later attended. Following luncheon. Th o m a s Lynn opened the assorted gilts nnrt and the birthday cake with the candy / letters, "Happy Birthday Thomas Lynn" was cut and served with ice cream. Mrs. S. G. Shelton and Mrs. W. Ii. Phillips assisted Mrs. Chapman during the afternoon. Mrs. Whitis Joins Club: Mrs. Lynn Hughes Hostess Mrs. Newton Whitis met as a new member with La Nueve Thursday afternoon at the Country Club when Mrs. Lynn Hughes was hostess for the afternoon of pl&ylng bridge. A dessert course was served and in the bridge game Mrs. R. E. Green won high score and Mrs. Newell Jerome, second high. Yule Project Chosen By Sorority Chapter A Christmas project of aiding children under the care of the Child Welfare Department now In foster homes during the holld.iy.s was adopted Saturday by tlie 7,Pla Chapter of Delin Kappa Gamma sorority. Mrs. Otis .Shepherd was hoistPKs at her home* to the chapter tor (tie monthly session. Airs. Lillian Frank, president, conducted the business cllscns.sinns, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, He- nu-nlJii-y supervisor of schools, presented the afternoon's program, u discussion, of "Arksmswa School Laws," Mrs, Shepherd servpti a dessert course in the social hour. \ Circus Party Begins Sorority Rush Season "An evening at the circus" Saturday night FMiterinlneiL rushec-s atitl members of Hie Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Rush season for the chapter began with the circus theme party In the Country Club Addition. Entrance (o the rmply home used far Ilir occasion was the local point j of interest, with rows of colored I lights interspersed with balJomi.s marking the door. The central room was transformed into a large tent [ with streamers In vail-shadcs flow- f ing in profusion from the ceiling, which was centered with a giant I peppermint .stick wrapped pole. The I side rooms in which vnrloup games were played nlso were decorated iu further compliment to the circus theme The guests were dressed a.s characters from circus life anil following the entertainment circus fare of hot dogs and Iced drinks were served. Mrs. ,loe On vis served as ringmaster. Mrs. Robert Llpscomb Is chapter president. The next event planned to Introduce tlie rushees to Beta Sltfma Phi is a model meet jug tomorrow evening At the home of Mrs. Robert 1. Thompson. Bits of News LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER So Wonderfully Versatile Duplicate League Winners Named A four-Uble Howe 11 rnovpmcnt was played Saturday fUterncon nl the bi-weekly game of the Duplicate Bridge League nt Hotel Noble. Mrs. Russell Phillips nnrt Mrs. E. B: Gee took first high honors, with Mrs. O. S, Crowelt and Mrs. Jim Role.scm winning second high. At The Hospitals BlyUierlllr HnsplUl Dismissed: Mrs. Kmmn Webster, city. Robbie Jcnn Byrd, city, Robert Ear] rcreiiReu, clly. Mrs. Robeila Mayfleld and baby, city. Mrs. J. C. Bradley, city, SliivJcy Snyder. Jr., city. Mrs. Don Kerbough And baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mr.s. Earl Simmons nnd baby, Roiitn 2. Alfred Rollins. Armor el. Mr.s, Johnny tinker, Vlctorin. Mrs. A. J. Shelton, Victoria. Mrs. (,'L-anfmd Franks, Rt. 4. Mrs. P. 11. Austin, cily. Fort Tico n d ercig a is loc a t eel at a point commanding the waters connecting Lake George and Lake Cham plain in F,s.=cx County, N Y. Read Courier News Classified Arts. Mrs. j.esJie Schell of Cambridge City, ind., is the hon.segucst of her mother, Mrs. Kdna HaXet, ami oilier relatives. Miss Carolyn Child, daughter of Dr. Fred R. Child, is president of ihe Orchestra at the College of Mount HI. Joseph-on-the-Oh In, A KTAdimle of Holy Anuets Academy, •lonesbovo, Mis« Child lifts uhosen music as her major field of .study. She is aliliatcd with I In 1 Stylus club, campus Ht*rary associauon, ihe Music flub and .vrve.s as ac- rmnpanist I<jr the ColleKe CrJee Club. Miss Mary Hall ot Memphis. Cornier niythcville rosideiu, was the weekend nucst of J.ois Porter. Atr.s. George I'^aviti and children I and Joe Sallba ol Memphis were ; the guests of Dr. aJid Mrs. J. A, i Kaiiba over the weekend. | Air. and Mis, Dougla.i Deet] and ; son, Danny, and Mr. atid Mrs. Hill McG'lure and son, Allen, sprat yesterday in Memphis where they visited the zoo. | Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith and ! Mr. and Mrs. Car Hon. Smith and i two children of Honicord, Term., j were the Sunday guest* of Mrs. |M. I,. Hawkins nnd lamily. Mrs. Wilbur Warren and Mrs. Charley Chisrn will leave in tin 1 morning for South Bend, Itid., io visit their sisters. Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs. Lcniarj Holitnan and families. Before returning home (hey also will visit In DetroH. with j their nephews, Phil and Bryan i Lackie, I Mr. nnd Mrs. John Scott had n.s ' their weekend, guests Mr. luut Mrs. I Dan Cain of Memphis, Mr. and Mr.s. Guy N Ay lor and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pcarigen ol union City, To Jin. Miss Julia Adams o[ Hollywood, Calif.. WH.S the Riiesl of MKs Prances Hie HrJghl and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bright during the weekend. Miss Adams, a former Blythcvillc resident, has appeared several motion pictures. Heron- idoptEng the name Julia, she was Miss Betty Adams, daughter o! the late Ralph Adams and Mrs. Adams of Hlytheville, Miss Adams attended BEytheviUc High School and 1,1 Hie Rock Junior College. She was In Memphis this weekend In con nee- Lion with a personal apearancn tour, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Booker and two sons, J. W. and Jimmy Hay, spent yesterday in NfemphLs as guests of Mr. and Mis. Bert White and son, Ivan, Mr, and Mrs. Al Chrontster and ] son. Gary, will leave tonight tor j their home in Bate.sville after having been the guests of Mrs. Chronis- Icr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Martin. Mr. and Mrs R. L. Maxwell of Ciosnell had (\s their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs, Austin Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Luther McBride and daughter, Geneva" Ann of Rlpley, 1 Terns.. Mr. and "Sirs, R. F. Maxwell | • of BlyOievllIe. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. McGee nnd son of Essex, Mo., and Mrs. W. C. Maxwell of Cherry Point, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. James Maxwell and two daughters ot CJos- uell also joined the group. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. BlumctHhM and dau^htor, SUP, of Memphis were weekend guests, of Mrs. Blumcn- IhM's brother, Krnext L. Parkfir and Mrs. Parker. I.t. and Mrs. Gordon Curtis R.US- Mrs. C. P. Powell ha-s returned home from Mayo Clinic In Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Powell spent two weeks there, She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. W. D. McClurkin, of Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. R. J. Gillp.spte w spending several weeks in the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Davidson, and family In Greenville, Miss. Ray Olive and J. S. Olive accompanied 28 veteran agricultural trainees to (lie Arkansas Livestock Show held in Little Rock last wecfc. Pvt. Charles uaKfir of the Air Force has .spent the past ten days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baker, while en route from a Wyoming Air Force to his new station hi New York- Mr, and Mr.s. M. C- Cookc had as their vifiilor.s last Sunday Mrs. Estelle Vollmcr of Memphis and her ilaughicr, Ann. of Naplre. Italy. Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich of illytheville and Miss Dotmn Wiindcrlicti of Memphis. Luxorans attending the Arkan- sfts-T.C.U. football game, in Little Ruck last, weekend included Mr. and Mrs. miEflcU Bowcn, Mr. ami Mrs, * RUTH MILLETT * Married Folk Should Learn Own Conversational 'Code'l B> KUTH MIU.ETT, NEA Slatt Writer If men and women more often, fu! lie is of his wife, she is hoping understood-That when a home-coming husband'. 1 ? / words are: "What's for dinner?" he means: "I've had a hard against hope It will dawn on him thai she would like him to be the same way. Bui Ii oiled takes years of living day. Don't ask me about It until | together for a man and a. woman to you've tori me well and I'm ready io under stum! each other that evil, talk. And don't, for hcas r en*A sake, mac me listpo to any small lalk or hear how bad the shihlren have been." That 3,'hen a woman asks her i sell of Fort Leo tin rd Wood, Mo., i were the weekend guests of Lt. Rus- I.-sell's ntmt. Mrs. Max O. Usrcy and i Mr. Usrpy. i Mr. and Mrs. Edward N-lson \ Houston, Tex., were werkend visitors of Mr. Nelson's brother. Frank Nelson, and Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. W. I,. Phillip* nnil daugli- 1 tcr, Karen of Fort Smith are the i guests of Mrs. Phillips' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hnlse Saturday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Aubrey Conway were Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola and their ho use guests. Mr. and Mrs. George Snydcr of Charlotte, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder have returned to their home In Charlotte. Mrs. Snyder is Mr. White's sistor. Mrs. Jack Saliba, Miss Barbara Saliba. Mr. and Mrs, A. G, Shib Ley, Miss Josephine Sblbley and Miss Geneva Shiblcy spent yesterday In Clarksdale, Miss. Among the BlytheviHe residents tn Memphis Saturday for the Olc MUs-VEinderbkll game were Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mr. and Mrs Ross Stevens, James Terry. Frank Whitworth and Max Logan. Mrs. Hob Hums was (he weekend Kiicsl of her sister, Miss Louise Leggett of Memphis. While there Mrs Burns also attended the Ole Miss- Viuulerblll football game. Bobble Jean Byrd was removed to her home on ITnlly Street this morning from (he Blytheville Hospital where she had been n for several iiLsband "How do you like it?" she wants more than a word of approval—whether she Is calling his attention to the new slipcover she las mridr, the way she has arranged the living room furniture, or I he she is wearing her hair. She really wants to hear that she's smart or beautiful—or both. That when :i man a.sks "How lone; Cominq Events Social Calendar Monday Wffil«yan Service Guild of First Methodist Church has call meeting in Fellowship Rooms of church. Circle 1 ot First Mclhoriist Church meets with Mrs. Harold Wood. Tuesday Past Matrons and Past Pauons Club meets for polliick supper at arc you going to >>e gone?" when his I 7 p.m. at home of Mrs. J. A. Salftat. wife leaves the house he wants a '•• Mrs. B. B. Wilson, co-hosless. definite answer not a vague "Just Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta a little while." What he really wants Sigma Phi has 7:30 meeting at the to know is will he ha\ r e time for a f home of Mrs. Robert I. Thompso! nap or whatever he Is considering doing. That when a woman asks a man to do sonic chores for her "when he gels a chance" she is hoping that Just once he'll say "Sure. I'll do it right now." And she may have held that hope for years without once hearing those mayic words spoken. That when a man invents a reason for telephoning home on a morning when he has left the honne In a huff, he is actually saying "I'm sorry." even though he Ignores the whole unpleasant Incident in his telephoned conversation. He is not only saying he is sorry— but trying to find out if he is back in his wife's good graces, without losing any face. That when a woman tells her husband how wonderful some man is 915 Pecan. Mrs. Riley B. Jones entertaining Tuesday liridge club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge Leasue plays at Club ai 7:15. Mr.s. Gene Tcaford hostess to Tti- Town Club. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham enter- taming Wednesday Club. Club Eight plays bridge at the home of Mrs. otto Scrape. Mrs. Vera Goodrich hostess to GIB Club. Central Ward PTA meets at the F'irst Baptist Church at 3 p.m. Executive Board convenes at 2:30. Mrs. Dick WaLson hostess to High Two Club at 8 p.m. Dellontaii Chapter of Delphian Octette Club. Mrs. H. W. Wylie hostess at Country Club to the Thursday Contract -lnb. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. Friday' Chapw-r "N" of PEO has 1'p.m. luncheon meeting in colonial Rcom of. Hotel Noble. Mrs. Freeman Rou- | insln and. Mrs. John Caudill, hostesses. Ladies Bible Class of First Method 1st Church lias 2:110 mi-cling at the church. Mrs. I,ove Adams. Mrs. H. IvTosley and Mrs. R. Ii. Arensmeier, hostesses. [ Mrs. j. Farris McCalla hostess lo ! Friday Club. Friday Contract Club mecls willi Mrs,-Russell C. Fai-r. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. unit, LI. Col. W. E. Falrbalrn, mar come to Singapore from Britain for three months to organize end train the so.uad. The government has approved $16,050 for equipping the new unit. CULLISON STUDIO Now Located at 100 W. WALNUT VOF Appointments Phone' 4107 or 6730 Studio Hours S a.m.-l p.m. FHKK I'AKKINC; and how wonderful some man Is Sncicty has 10 mcc llng at Ho- •ith lus cliilarcn, or how thought- ' lc \ Noble. Riot Squad Is Planned SINGAPOKK i Apt—The police of Singapore are Roiilg to have a spe- i cial riot squad modeled on the lines i of the one that ojjerated in Sluing- \ hai. ] The founder of the Shanghai riot Cooked Fine Dinner; Threw it TO DOG! ! One kuiy ust-d lo thro 1 . 1 .' her own dinner to the do^ mu.-,t of tlie lime, j Jt made hr-r sick just to look at food. ! She was swollen with gas, full of ! bloat, fe!t worn-out. 1 Finally she gut CKRTA-VIIN and [ .says she now cats everything in • sight and di'-jests ir psifrrtly. This! is the m?w medicine th;tt is helping i sn many stomach "victims" here in] Blythtville. It helps you dit;e:il food j faster and better. Taken before j meals, it works with your food, das i : pains goJ rnches of bloat vanish, j Contains herbs and vitamin B-l vrith i Iron to enrich the blood and make | nerves stronger. Wnak, miserable j people soon feel different fill over, i So don't go on suffering. Get CER- i TA-VIN- -Kirby Urus? Stores. CALL 3541 when you \vanl used auto par-Is. Our old firm name "lilyfheville Used A u I u Parts" has been dropped— it's now part of Automotive Supply Co. When you want parts, call Automotive Supply Co. . . . 35.ll. Automotive Supply Co. 314 North Broadway Whitmore. Mr. and Mrs. Jchi Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olive, Mr. Thursday Mrs. Coleman Stevens hcsste.s-s at ami Mrs. I. M. Castlio and Ch'arle.s i Country Club to la. Nuevc. C. and N. Birthday Club has 1 Pvt. Ingram spent three days here last week visiting his mother, Mrs. Viola Ingram. Pvt- Ingram Is .stationed at Lake Charles Air Force (, in Louisiana. Mrs. R. T. Da Hew and Mrs. C. B Wood, Jr.. were co-hostesses at an eight-table dessert bridge Saturday afternoon at the Razorback Inn in Blytheville. Prize winners included Mrs. Elizabeth Sillnnan, Miss Emma Lee Kemiamer, Mrs- S. C. Ingram, and Miss Blanche Cleare Guests present were frcm Blythc-* ville, Osceola, and Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ingram and son spent last weekend in West Memphis as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Wilson p.m. meeting with Mis. Marvin Lane. Mrs. Joe Neeley hostess to TLE Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Leon Scherer. Mrs. c. F. Tucker entertaining Air Conditioned by Refrigeration By SJP Burnett I Here i~, n c!e\er junior (lrc.-s tluit i" .-'.yV:d rnhl lor a h:!.sy (1:i\tii]io i:hcdt;Icr. 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I!ox Office I'luine 2752 — Office Phone f,99S Rox Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Make the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters: Sunday & Monday' REMOVE DANDRUFF Kirby Drug Store i Gifts, Linens and Curtains All kinds of lovely Cliina Ciifts, Lamps, Mirrors, Magazine Racks, Hand fainted Paper Has- kc-ts, f'ictures, \\'all Hrackcts, l:ot)i (lold Finished ami Mahogany. Hand fainted Taffeta Shower Sets, Hand I'ainted Plastic Shower Curtains in Stvlctine. Lovely Sheer ("urlaiiis in many styles. Made up in Nylons, Orlones, Organdy and Prints. Bath Mat Sc-ls in all colors. Complete showing of Suniersel Towels in all colors; small Terry Towels, lioxcd for your gift. USE OUR XMAS LAY A>>/AY PLAN! Linen & Curtain Shop 311 North Sixth St. Blythevitle, Arkansas ,WANT •ADS TO SELL BUY m CONTACT — The Right Peop/« for That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appeal same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. 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