The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1951 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR BLITHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER W.BUHHSUAT, (JCITOBEM W, & • 4 &oc£eZu M ShcJtoo, Society Editor f PhoM 4461 Whitis Home Scene Of Dessert Bridge The Newton Wh.Hls home on West Walnut yesterday was the setting for a deswrt bridge entertaining TrI-Town Bridge Clu* members and three guests. Mrs. John Arends, Mrs. G. S. Atkinson and Mrs. R. B Green were the club's guests for the afternoon. Large chrysanthemums and clusters of. other fall blooms adorned the reception and entertaining rooma for the affnlr. Mrs. Gene Teaford won high score in the bridge game, wilh Mrs, James Terry taking second high. • • • Mrs. Robinson Hostess At Country Club An entertaining room at the Country Club yesterday was (he fcoene of an afternoon of bridge honoring members of LaPetlte Club and one guest, Mrs. C. L. Me- Waters, Jr. Mrs, Phillips Robinson was hostess for the' event (or which the chosen Halloween • theme was repeated In the decorations and table e pji ointments. In the bridge game, Mrs. Jim Riehl won high score prize with Mrs. Robinson taking second high honors And Mri. Neal Gessell, brid- BO. During the . afternoon refreshments were cerved. Luncheon-Bridge Given At C. M. Smart Home TeUow was selected to predoml n»t« in the decorations of the O. M Smart home yesterday for thi hi ncheori- bridge entertaining th' Tuesday Bridge Club and one gu«sl MM. Smart was hostess to the cEufa and guest, Mrs. L. E. Old, Jr. Chrysanthemums in the chosen hue arranged In greenery formed the dining table's center design. The •elected tone WM repeated In the place cards and appointment. In the bridge game following. Mrs. Old won high score, with Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon taking second high. Members, Guests Attend Annual Club Party Approximately 60 members and iesU of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club last night attended he annual Halloween entertainment at the club. With the men dre&ced In feminine altire and the women In men's clothing, the evening wa« spent in party games for which prlws were presented. Long tables were set up for the dipper served In the entertaining room, which hud been transformed Into a den of witches, cats, gobl and other Halloween character for the event, Fortune telling by a roving gypsy concluded the festivities. Paul Wagner Marks 10th Birthday with Party The I0th birthday of Paul Wa ner, son or Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner, was observed yesterday with a Halloween party at his home on Holly Street. Black cata, witches and balloons decorated the entertaining rooms with bouquet* of polden tone chrysanthemums completing the setlltiR. Mac.Crane. Tucker Hardaway ami Michael Coleman were prlte winners In the party games. Favors ol Halloween trinkets were presented and the birthday cake holding 10 lighted cnnriJcA WHS cut and served the the gucstft with ice cream. Bits of News 11 lastly f-^erionat Arriving tomorrow from Oklahomi City, Okla., to be the houseguesu of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips FWblnjon wil be' Mrs. Robinson's molner, Mrs P. J. McCarthy and iister, Mrs. C. M Oerrald, and Major Gerrald. Condition of Victor Wilson, wh< underwent .surgery Monday at Ken nedy Veterans Hospital, Memphis is reported as much Improved. Mr Wilson Is In Ward 24A. Mrs. E. M. Rejenold l« spendln; several days In Memphis. Phillip Refd Graves, Navy gun ner's mate, who hfus been In Kore and Japan for the past 13 months. 1 spending a 20-day leave, here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Graves and financce, Mi» Geneva Cole. He will report Nov. 19 to Oakland, Calif., for reassignment. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace, Johnny Buchanan and Donald Rice returned Monday from Little Rock and Fayetteville where they had Dixie Howard Drowned Luxora Halloween Queen LUXORA, Oct. 11. — Dl»i« Hawud, Luxora High School jun- d the diughUr ol Mr. »nd Mr I. Oharlct Howurd ol Luxor*, wa» crowned queen ol the annual Halloween Carnival held »t the school here last, night. She w»a the second Dixie Howard to reign. Her aunt, Mrs- Charlu Ramey of Chicago, then Mi-si Dixie Howard of Luxora, was tile flnst Halloween queen chosen at this annual festival. Reigning with Miss Howard was King Joe Bob Gentry, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Jot Gentry, also a member« ol the Junior class. Serving as maids to the queen were Jeanfe Lewis and Jean Warren o[ Ihe Junior class. Room kings and queen* in the high court were Canda Bourland, Rebecca Clark, Lojf Walker, Nora Ann Jackson, Jane McLeudon, CVaudlne Bonner, Billy Ray McAdoo, Norman Barch, John Bohannon, and Joe Paschal, A. B. Rotelle, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Roielle. Sr., and Brenda Kaye Fermenier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Permcnter, Jr., both first grader*, were crowned king and queen of the elementary grades. Serving as members of the elementary court were Roetta Denton, Ag- Coming Evtnts Social Calendar Sew-Easy From One Yard 8668 -sa- Town and Country Club Plays in Rose Home Mra, R. C. Rose yesterday hostess at her Rowland home to members of the Town and Country Club for an afternoon of playing bridge. Autumn hlooms were spaced about ic home and In the bridge game [rs. C. Modlnger won high score and .Irs. Rose, second high. Refreshments were served. Alpha Delta Chapter -las Model Session. "What the RiUiuls Mean'to You M the topic selected by Mrs. Alex Shelby when »ht addressed the Al>ha Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma "hi and nisheej last night at the :hapter'i model meeting. Mri. Andrew Moses was hostess at the M. George home on Kentucky Street for the session conducted by hapter president Mrs. w. H O'Keele. Tollowing the business session Mri. Shelhy spoke utter which th meeting adjourned and a social hou followed. Pledges attending the model ses aion were Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mri C. L. Kelly. spent the weekend. In Little Rock, they attended the Arknnsas-Santa Clara football game where they were Joined by Mr. snd Mrs. Wallace's son, Edwin, and Jimmy Edwards, ire.shmen at the University. They accompanied them to Fayetteville where they also were their Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Ellis, Jr., were i Memphis today. Carlton Stiles Is reported in A! Ighlly Improved condition at Ken-'( li i|~j \r\ edy Veterans Hospital. Mempls. v - •***-> l ^ •here she Is undergoing treatment. • AA r c R or\ l-r\or\ Mrs. Iva Green spent yesterday lnj' ¥l1 3 - 'NCUI I 1UI I Osceola as guest, of her daughter, Mrs. Ben Butle*r, Jr., and family. ne.5 Rush. Linda Morris, Betty Triplett, Barbara Lacomb. Charllne Self, Doris Bennett, Peggy Fortl, David Morris, Dannie Castleman, Bobby Lowcilns, Paul Bouner. Murry Richardson, Jr., Curtis White, Henry White and J. B. Clark. Crown hearers were Jane Houck, Betty Thompson, Harolyn White, and Nan Adams. Mri. F. I. Black hoitm bo Wed- nnday Chita. Olub Eight meet* with MM. Jcue M. White. Col. John Martin Chapter of DAC hai 11 a.m. meeting-luncheon, at Hottl Noble. Mri. Lewis Henderson ho*t«M to CIB Club. Country Club Halloween dance with Art Mooiiey and his orchestra. Tharvdajr Lake Street Methodist WSC8 has chili supper at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. Mrs. Homer Wilton •ntertalnlng Oct««e Club. Kibitzer Club metti with Mrs Harry A. Haines, Thursday Club entertained Mrs. J A Leech. Mrs. J. P. Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Midweek Club meeU with Mrs. Wax O. Usrey. Thursday Rook Club playi at the home of Mrs, Neville Blakemore. Home Department of the Womans' Club has 2:30 p.m meeting at the Club on West Main street. Friday Annual Harvest Supper of Yarbro Methodist Church at Yarbro j clubhouse. Supper served from 6:30 till 8:30 p.m. I Ritual of Jewels-Pledge ceremony i * by League Plays Weekly Game The weekly j'ame of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League r*. suited In a tie for flrit place honors; last ntght. The League played a six table Howell movement at the- club. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, Bernard Gooch, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mr». Russell Phillips tied for first plac«. Mrs, G. O. Poetz and Mr«. W. A. Affltck were third place winner*. COVERED WAGON, 1952 MODEL—Something new lor your lawn next cummer is Ihis California redwood chaise longue with a "covered wagon" canopy Wheels permit easy movement to any part at the lawn. It was shown recently in Chicago. 757 a.*"- 53." By Sue Burnett A welcome addition to your slclr wardrobe arc (lie two styles illu strated. And each is so easy to se 1 and requires Just one yard of fabri in 54-tach. You'll want to mak both in different, shades of wool Pattern No. 8668 is a sew-rll perforated pattern in \vaisl sizes 2 36, 26'.i, 28. 30. 32. Silt 25, I yar of 54-inch Pattern No. 8757 is R sev-rlle perforated pattern In waist sizes 24. 35. 26. 28. 30, 32. Size 25, 1 yard of 54-inch. For these patterns, send 3Qc lor • EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to S\le Burnett. Blytheville Courier News, 312 W. quincy Street. Chicago 6, III. Don't miss the Fall and Winter FASHION. It contains 48 pases of new styles, simple to make frocks for all Bges; decorating tricks; gilt patterns printed Inside the book. Send 26 cents today. * RUTH MILLETT Working Wife Must Beware Chip-on-Shouldsr Attitude •* RUTH M1I.LETT, NHA S , Judging from the letters that of Alpha Delta Chapter of Bciaj com j km , C5 Sigma Phi in the Colonial Room o! i carry an .• l . vot]t . ioo ., chip an their Hotel Noble at 8 p.m. Chapter "N" of PEO has 2 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. Adams. Dorcas Class of First Baptist shoulde: That chip on the shoulder of the v-'oi'king wife can Lake tunny forms. It can take the form of a selfish altitude she earns. t thp 1 atllluuc WJViaI "d money When a working wife starts think- Mr. and Mrs. Woody Jackson pent Monday and Tuesday In Mem- 'hts and Pulton, Miss. In Memphis. Mr. Jackson attended a county gents meeting. They spent Tuesday n Fulton where they are moving Nov. 10 to make their home. Buford Young, seaman apprentice. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buforci Young of Blytheville will be grad- tornorrow from Yeoman School ftt Camp Mahan, Cnlif.. and will arrive Sunday to spend several days with his parents. Seaman Young will be assigned to Kodlnk, Alaska following his return to the California base. Mrs. Weldon Rainwater was li Osccola today to attend the OSCRO la Progressive Club style show and luncheon In the club rooms. Mr. and Mrs. z. A. Edens andj daughter, Delores, spent Monday in Bateavllle with relatives. George Green spent yesterday In LHtle Rock. Charles Jolift of Leaclivllle was removed to the home of his daughter. Mrs. John w. psborne, yesterday after having been a patient at Walls Hospital for a week. WILSON, Oct. 31. - Mrs. C, Q. Redman of BlylheviUe will be iuest speaker at the meeting of the Wilson Co-Operattve Club, tomorrow afternoon. The program, on health, has been arranged by Mrs. E. D. Beall. leader. Jo Lee Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams will entertain with several musical selections. She will be accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Williams. Hostesses for the occasion will be Mrs. R. C. Hobson, Mrs. N. B. El- Hs, Jr., Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Sr., Mrs. John Enoch, Mrs. Hudson Wren, Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson III. Mrs. Baker Springfield, Mrs. E, B. Chiles, Church has 12:30 luncheon church. T>t ii_ •!! r-< -1 I r-<l, t. i lll K BHU ImJfclJlU HlfVtll Illy lUOJIL'V. W rr^rv^!d S»STH I--«» - i^'TnT: '""- 1 -^~ is going to sjjeml it as Day at First Methodist Church 2:30 p.m. Mrs. R. A- Porter hostess to Friday Club. Writer Maybe you can't everything At The Hospitals Mythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Aletano Ibrra, Keiser. Charlene Johnion, city. Leonard Graj*. Cooler. Hermander Gronaiioz. Dell. Walls Hospllil Dismissed: Michael Adams, city. Mrs. Otis Batemon, city. Ann Hester, city. Helen Hardesty, Rt. i. tx>rette Shelley, Steele. " Stop (he Noise the non-working wife can do as a nomeinnkor. Bin don't take a "Why should I?" attitude abx>ut It. That is chip-on-the-shoulder reasoning. The working wife, who wants her marriage to he happy, can't afford to wear that "1-work-too'' chip on her shoulder. If she can't work without it, she had better not work. to Friday Conlracl. Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. John Moore. Myers and Mrs. Hunt In Mongolia and Tibet, the yaJc is -^ . HI OPS g Food Display tlv. Mrs. Helen Carr, home economist of Ark-Mo Power Co., will present a demonstration of ."party foods" tomorrow at the 2:30 p.m. meeting oT the Home Department of the Woman's CUib, Mrs. C- A. Tant, club president, said today. Miss Carr will also discuss the fundamentals of foods Tor various * principal ylelder ol milk for na-Ueaaon parties. A social hour will oonaurnptioh. • I follow the session. Red Cross Drive Starts Tomorrow •The annual drive of the American Junior Red Cross is scheduled to get underway in the Blytheville School system in the morning. Mrs. Jerry Cohen, director announced today. i Proceeds from the drive, held hi the elementary and secondary schools go toward servicing local organisations, veterans hospital and gifts for displaced children overseas. and she she likes, and that Is that. More often, though, the working wife's ohip-on-t he-shoulder is a rebellion against her role as a homemaker. Why, she wants to should she be solely responsible for Lhe job of homemaking If she, too, \\H3 a job? Or why should she cater to her husband's likes and dislikes, .since she is helping to support the fam- i!y? j Or why should she make an effort to soft-pedal the fact that she earns a share of the family income? Why shouldn't she demand and get much recognition for that as hex husband does? Saps Sense of Responsibility When the chip on the shoulder takes any of those forms It makes a woman less feminine; it makes her feel less responsible for doing everything liv her po'rver to make her husband happy. So beware of a chip-on-the- shoulder, if you ar a working wife. Reacl Courier News Classified Ads. SINGAPORE (^j-The Royal Air Force has directed its bombing planes to avoid flying over the palace of the Sultan of Johort "wherever possible/* It so acted after the Sultan, Maj.- Gen. 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