The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1949 · Page 4
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PAOT FOUK BLYTMEVILLE (ARK.)'- COURIER NEWS Aleuti 'Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bride-Elect Honored ; ^t Drpp-In, Shower Urs. Modm» Vaughn Enochs, who mill become the bride of Eugene El- Jdht Harris tonight at 1 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Churcli, »as complimented . yesterday afternoon with en Informal drop-In and mlscel- „ Isuieo.iu shower at the Herman Mays " horn* with Mrs Mays, Mrs Luciau Giines and Mrs. Cliarles Hart hos- i. Red rows arranged • In crystal oowlc "decorated the home lor the reception, of the approximately 30 quests' who called between 2 and 4 to honor: the bride-elect. . Rcclving the guest* were Mrs. Galnes, Mrs. Maycs and Mrs. Fhoehs, "who chose for the occasion ». hunter green faille suit complemented with a corsage or red roses, a gift of. the hostsses. Punch and assorted party foods was served from the lace covered dining table which was presided over by Mrs. Hart, Each of the hostesses wore red dahha~~corsages in complement to their chosen costumes. Toyland Is Theme Of fifth Bulhday Paity ,' The R. B. Crawford home In Dell was transformed into a toyland of - balloons, thistles paper hats and soiuenus for the 21 guests who " gathered Thursday to obsene the 'fifth birthday of Thelma Louis 'Crawford, Multi-colored balloons floated fro.m the ceilings of the rooms viith the lace draped dining table being '.centered/, with a crystal bowl filled :w1th ; Balloons on slender sticks Large .crystal bowls filled with an abundance of balloons, hats, whis ties colors and coloring books completed the decorations. The guests spent the afteinoon informally placing tecoids and coloring . The pink and white bhthday cike | topped in pink letteinig 'Hippy Birthday, Lucy" and tiny pink rose- buda »as sencd to the guests with •ssorted paih foods at the conclu- lion of the afternoon: Assisting Mrs. Crawford in serving was Mrs James Tidwell Mrs Bill Kerner, Mrs. Eudell Ncwsom »nd Mrs, H. B. Crawford, Jr. Fall Scene Emphasized In Bridge Luncheon Setting Mrs A R Wetenkwrp «nd Mrs t James Terry *ere hostesses Saturday with one of the largest bridge 'i. luncheons of the^season when they f Complirnented seventj six gucs,ts In B ,£be-,.4flrror Room of Hotel ,ftoble I jfarvili* «ffair *, -j,, IZ-SseXtht theTfostess In welcoming the; guests was Mrs E M Terry The guesU were *e»ted for the 1 , e'clofk two-course "luncheon at a Jong table oierlald with a white cloth and centered with a horn of plenty filled with fall flowers with brightly colored assorted fruits Overflowing from the arrangement to (.he table. Pall leaves rested In the.windows of ^.ne room to create »n autumn air. The Avidly wrapped gifts in the .chosen theme .were tied In greens «nd yellows with tiny owls" and butterflies intermingled with •tained ribbons Mrs. Mauric Liittrell won luncheon guest's prize of a copper planter holdjng a gren plant. Immediately following the luncheon the guests were seated at individual tables for the bridge games. Further emphasizing the fall theme were the tallies and score pads which repeated the r»nterpiece of a horn of plenty spilling its fruits. .A pottery bowl of blue \yjth pink roses marching down the middle was presented Mrs: Lloyd Stick- .rrinn for high score. Mrs. Albert Tailor was presented a hand paint ed tray with elaborate open work for second high. A fluted crystal vase was presented Mrs. B. B. Ctoort- man of Sleele for third prize. Mrs. Newton Whitls received a copper planter filled with plants for bridpo prize, 'Out of town guests Included Mrs. J. \V. Robbins and Mrs. Good- rnan of steele, Mo. • » • Betty Carol Burks Feted On Third Birthday Betty Carol Burks was complimented on her third birthday Saturday when her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burks, had fourteen little guests in to spend the afternoon informally. .-..'. '. During the afternoon, the guests played .'games ' with group pictures being made. Favors of multi-colored whistles were presented each child. The white birthday cake, lopped . with three liny pink candles burning in blue i ndle holders, was served with Ice-cream and cold drinks from the lace-covered dining PRETTY APRONS (248 By Sue Buinelt This pretty bib style apron docs a grand Job of protecting your nicest frocks. Trimmed all around with coloiful lie rao and having a guy flower appliqued from scraps. The half apron' makes a most acceptable gift Pattern . ,o, 8524 Is a sow-rite perforated patcrn for sizes 12, H, 18, .-18, 20,' 36. SB, 40,42, 44, 46 and 48 .Size 14 bib apron, 2 : )i. yards of 36-or 30-Inch; half apron, . yards. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South .Wells Street, Chicago 7. Ill Send 25, cents today for the now Pall and Winer fASHOON, 64 pages of smart new styles, special features. Free pattern printer! Inside the book. Recipes Are Needed for PTA Cookbook Mothers woie uiged to biing their favorite ,'recipes for the PTA cookbook wh|ch 'will Ire published and sold as'a project of the High School PTA this year to the PTA meeting Tuesday : 'afternaon at the high school Immediately preceding the general meting at 3 p.m. there will be an Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Conference Is Conducted By Rev. f. B. Williams The first quarterly conference for the Ilnlf Moon charge and \S'c.st West Blytheville Parish of the Methodist Church was; conducted yesterday at the Lone Oak Methodist Church by the Rev. E. B. Williams, superintendent, of the Jonesboro District. All day services were conducted with dinner being served to the group nt noon. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. City, At The Hospitals niylhcvillc Hospital a Mrs. .1. T. Webb, H.rilcrsville. Virginia Lee Stewart, Fenton. Mich. Franklin Batchelor, City. Mrs. Willard Sikes, Hnytl. Murray Masscy, Cily. W, D.- Lewis, b.ibv. Dell. \V. J. P'lzhugh and baby, Mrs. Henry Malhis and baby City. c. E. Crlgger, City Herman Margues, Dell. Beatrice Alemnii, City. Walls Hospital Baby Robert Newton, C"v. Mrs. Wayne Caere and baby, city Willie Sheffield, Ml. 4. Mrs. Oneida Robertson and baby. Carmhcrsvlllc. Mrs. Joe Christian and babv Steele. • • Mrs. C. W, H'-rlson, City. Mrs. J. L. LaFerney and baby Stcclc. c. w. Cato. nt. 4. table. Assorted fall flowers, decorated the home for the affair. Special guests included the paternal and maternal grandparents of the young h»norec. Assisting Mrs. Burks In serving was Mrs. Alvln Lewis. to relieve'PERIODIC' Also nervius distress several days 'before* Do you suffer from monthly- cramps, hrndftcbt. backache — or do jioii, like so many votnen, start to suffer a few days Just before your period from strange, nervous, rtstlcss. WOBH, draeglnt Ite:ings~: due to this functional cause? Then start-laving Lydla E Plnfclmm-i.Vegetable Compound to rwll«ve "such symptoms, pink- yarn t Compound >>M aucb, n comforting »ntlsr«Smodlc action on one of vomon's moil Important organs. Plnkham's Compound not only rcileve? this moutbly |i&ln but also annoying pre-ptrtod nervous, tense emotions of this n»- ture.'Hegular use helps build up resistance »E»lnstsnch female distress. Women by the thousands rmve reported amazing benefit*. Truly the woman's mend! LYD1A E. PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound Bits of News Miss Callicrinc Robertson or Pine Bluff spent the week-end here as guest of her parenLi, Mr. and Mr. 1 !. Jaclc RolwrUon. MLss RoberLson is employed at the Jefferson Elcqtrl Go,, in Pine Blutf. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis an- 'iiounco the birth of a son Friday at Blytlieville Hospital. Tile baby, who Is their second child has been named Stephen Craylon. They have another son, • Jackie Wayne. Mrs. Lewis b the former Miss Pe»r) Lovelace. ' Mrs. W. W. Hawkins was removed Saturday lo Campbell'*' Ollnlo In Memphis where she underwent an operation for a broken hip which she suffered In aM accident recently. Her condition is now satisfactory. Her sister, Mr*. Oglesby Thomas of Little nock Is with her. Mr*. V. M. MnJlln spoilt the weekend In St. IvOiiU visiting her daughter Mrs. A. B. Chronlster and Mr. Ohtonlsler. Mr. and Mrs. Chronls- ter are former Blylhevillc residents. Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Redden of Mayfield, Ky., were the weekend gue.sts of Mr. and Mr.s. Marcus .Galnes and family. Mis* Pat Hay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H, Hay who Ls a student at Control College. Little Rock was the week-end guest of her parents. Miss Hay hnd as her guest several Central College student*. Miss Margaret Armstrong, Miss Nelda Oalster, Phillip Walter*. Miss Dorothy Bar- noda, Billy Buncan, Roger Burchfield and Julius Owen. They were accompanied home by Mis* Mary Jo Ross who was the week-end g of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Bert Ross. While In Blytlieville the group was complimented with several Informal affairs. They returned to sohflol Sunday. , : . Mr. and Mrs. Buck Hnynic and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jones of Memphis were the week-end guest- of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith. • Mi.ss Virginia Mann, and her fiance, Charlie Bone, and Mis Mar- gtlcTHo Wilsonl all of Memphis, spent Sunday here as guest of Miss Mann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mann, . - Mli* June Buchnnan, Miss Sue. Opsstdy and Mis* Maxine Overman i\l| student* at Central College. Little Rock were the week-Grid guests of.their parents. Mr. and M]-*. J. L. Thompson and daughter, jhmnie Louise of R|is^el|ville were the week-end Enests of Mrs. M. W. Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis and son. • Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Young returned to their home in Mayfield, Ky.. Saturday after visiting here as guest of their daughter, Mrs. Marcus GaineSj Mr. Gaines and family. --t.lt. and Mrs. H. G. Parllow and 'lauihter Pat spent the week end in Little Kor.k a.s guests of Mr, and Mrs. R. B. stout and daughter Mary at their home in the Rivcrcliff Apartments. Mr. anrt Mrs. Stout and Mary are former BlytheviUe residents. Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis was the weekend guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs, B. S. Shelton Mrs. Bvyaut came c.sneciftHy to atte.nd the funeral ot Mrs. w. T. Caudle Saturday. I Mrs, H. F. Sharp and sons, Sonny and Kcitli spent the week-end in Little Rock a* gTes'..-s of relative*. Condition of O. E. Griggcr who wns removed this morning from Blytheville Hospital where he has Ijeeti confined for several days lo h(s home o'p Walnut Is satisfactory. Mrs. M. W. Lewis, J. L. Lewis and Robert Cox spent Sunday In Memphis where they met Mrs. Addle Smith of Duncan, Okla., who returned home with Mrs. Lewis for an indefinite visit, while in Memphis they also visited Mrs. W. L. Cox of Pott.scamp. Miss., sister of [ L. Lew r is is seriously ill in Baptist Hospital there. Bobby Colcman, son or Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Coleman was the weekend gncals of his parents, and sister Joy. Guy Burks and Prentls Holder, students at. ole Miss were weekend guests of their parents. Coming Events Social Calendar Band Mothers meet at High School Auditorium at 8 p.m. Unit meeting of St. Cecelia Guild of the Women's Auxiliary of st Stephens Episcopal Church at Mrs O. O. Hardaway's home at 8 p.m. Tuesday Business meeting of Cotillion Club at Colonial Room at Hotel Noble at 8 p.m. Charlevolx Chapter of D. A. R. will meet at Hotel Noble for 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs. James Hill, Jr., Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. C. L. McWatcrs, Jr., hosteres. Mrs. R. C. Allen entertains Club Eight. Til-Town Bridge Club meets with Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. Arthur Vance hostess to La Petite Club. La Nueve complimented by Mrs Jack Hale. High School p. T. A. meeting at 3 pm. preceded by an Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Sudbury p. T. A. meets at 3 p m at the school. Delphian meeting at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Chapter "" of p. E. O. Sisterhood entertained at James Roy home with 1 o'clock luncheon, with Mrs*. Roy and Mrs. Herman Carieton hostesses. Thursday Mrs. Raymond Schmuck will entertain Dr. Edna- Mies' Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church with a potluck supper at 7 pm. The Elliott Fletcher "Chapter of the u. D. C. will meet with MIS Marcus Kvrard for a 12:30 luncheon. Olrl scout Lone Troop Association will meet with Mrs. Fred Atcadmaii at 7:30 p. in. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Blylheville Rook Club meets with Mrs. R. A. Copcland. Mrs. W. E. Cherry compliments Avalon Bunco club. Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. Grovor Wren. :. TN Olub meets with Mrs. Gordon Henley. Mrs. Raleigh 1 Sylvester hostess to Thursday Night Olub. Mrs. Aubrey Conway compliments Mid-Wcek Club. •:•'•'• MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1949 Mrs Octette Club meets, with Langston Ashford. Friday D Ml'"- ?""' B >' r »n compliments C. ". c. Club. Civic Calendar Monilny ' f Junior Chamber of Commerce meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday Advanced Girts Division Community chest Drive. Uons club, Hotel Nohie, 12:15 Dedication of city Library '• High School P.TA. '-Executive Board 3:30 p.m. followed by PTA meeting at 3 p.m. '.".'' Cjly Council B p.m. American Region 8 .p.m. Wedjiesdiiv r Kiwanls Cinb, Hotel Noble 12 10 p.m. Sudbnry p.T.A, Executive Board 2.30 p.m. followed by P.T.A. meeting at, 3 p.m. Thursday Rolary club Hotel Noble 12:10 p.m. FOOTBALL: Paps v's Paragmilri, here. Friday Cotton Picking Contest, ' Fair YOU MIGHT CALL IT A "WHIM SUIT"-Model Shirley Motlell can nit from boudpir to beach without switching a stitch, thanks to her new one-piece sleep-aml-swim outfit. Having frolicked in the surt, all Shirley needs to clo is dry (iff and she's ready tor bed again. .\t Miami Beach, Fla., Shirley shows off the amphibious nighlwear to good advantage, and vice versa. WE, THE WOMEN 11}- Itnlli Mlllctt, NBA Slafl Writer On One Who Also Works Full-Time Wife Has Edge Are working wives making it! security" or "for a home." They fl fi - tary. She was good and tired of it. Now, she says, her husband frequently points out how many of the men in his office have working wives and how much tljey are able to do on two salaries instead of one. "I though when I got married." snys this wife, "that t w.as: through with office for for good. One reason I wanted to marry was so that I could (iult work," Well, it's this way. Marrying a man Tor a meal ticket isn't (mile as rcsjiei-labte as it used to be. U'lien Grandma married in o 1 / r fo have someone to support i.er for life that was fine and dandy, That was what a woman wns supposed tp do; But young men today don't look with favor on being married "for Grounds, 10 a.m. FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Joneshoro. there. 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"I want to buy a bicyclo pump," So your husband Is only reacting in a fairly normnl manner for ISta, Use Gentle Persuasion Don't hold it against him. Just try to lead him around gently tn the conviction that a full-time wlir has it all over a working wife In many ways. •, Be thrifty IrTwaya working wives haven't the time to be. Do a bang- uu job of housekeeping. Take tiine with meal planning and cooking. Show your Interest in your husband's career and do anything you can to help him. A wife with secretarial training can often find ways to be a real help to tier husband. And don't be above saying now and then: "Poor Jne; it must be hard on him having to come home from the office and pitch in ami do housework. Bi't. of course, as i long as his • ;fe is working the same hours he is, she has to have help with the house." 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