The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 3, 1952
Page 2
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TWO BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW SATURDAY, MAY 8, 195Z (9 .4 &octetu lullins, Society Editor W Pat Mullins, Phone 4461 Mary Ellen Montgomery Ross Dillon. Hug/ies, Jr. W/// Wed Texan, on May 70 Mr. and Mrs. Allan Darnell Montgomery of .Wichila Falls, Tex., nre announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to Ross Dillon Hughes, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hughes of Blythoville. Tea Climaxes NationalHDWeek In Moore Home Climaxing National Home Demonstration Week was a Lea given yesterday In tlie home of Mrs. Leslie Moore, with the Lone Oak Home Demonstration club playing host. In the receiving line were Miss Colleen McNew, Home Demonstration Atfcnt for South Mi&sistiipp County; Mra, Tom Brilton, president of Lone Oak Club; Mrs. Ger trucie B, Holiman, Home Demoir stratlon Agent for North Missis slppl County; Mrs. Forrest Moore president of County Council; ant Mr.s. Leslie Moore, hostess. Approximately 75 members an< prospective members called durlni the afternoon and registered in th. Rucst book presided over by Mrs Jim FEelds. Mrs, C, G. Hertman was Invltei us a special guest because of lie faithfvil ivorh In the Tuberculosl center. Presiding nt the tea table wcr !rs. T. O. Hiiey, Mrs. Eugene Dav 1, Mrs, Burt Mayo, and Mrs. Be ay. A color scheme of red and whit as curried nut throughout th loore home, noutjncts of small rn o.scbuds were seen on small table nrgcr arrangements of sprin lossotns were used In more prom ent places. The table from which punch arv ca were served was overlaid In a 1 hlte lace cloth nnd WHS centered •ILh a large crystal bowl from 'hich cascaded red and white glad- oti mingled with foliage. Flanking nch end of the table were burring white tapers. Large crystal unch bowls stood on each end of be table and sere In a setting of rcenery studded with blossoms. Members of all Home Detnonstra- ion Clubs of Mississippi County The wedding vows will be said May 10. at 4 p.m. at the home of / the bride's parents. Miss Montgomery's maid of honor will-be Miss Lula Jane Gaboon of Wichita Falls. Attending Mr. Hughes will be Harry A. Halnes of Blythevllle. Miss Montgomery attended Hockaday Preparatory School, Dallas, Tex., and graduated from Fairfax Hull, Waynesboro, Vs. She attended college at Midwestern University, Wichita Falls, and the University of Texas, Austin, where ahe was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. • Mr. Hughes Is a graduate of Kemper Military School, BooneviUe, Mo., and received a BBA degree from the University of Texas where he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsl- lon fraternity. At present he is a lieutenant, in. the Air Force and is stationed at Sheppard Air Force Bnse In Wichita Pnlls. Before being called to Relive duty, Lleutennnt Huchcs WRS nssociated with his father In extensive planting and business Interests In Blythe- vllle. Mrs. Pollock Entertains Mrs. George Pollock entertained the Friday Contract Club yesterday in the home of Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Spring blooms were used throughout the entertaining rooms and refreshments were served by the hostess. Taking top b^nors was Mrs. Russell Farr, and Mrs. Doyle Henderson won second. Bridge went to Mrs. Poetz. Passion Play Is Described at PEO A word picture of the charm o: Obernmmeragan, historic home o the Passion Play, was presented thi 12 members of Chapter N of (hi P.E.O. Sisterhood who met yestcr clay afternoon at the homo of Mrs C. M, Smart. Mrs. E. J. Cure, who several year ago visited the picturesque vlllag of 2.500 people, toM her listener of the natural beauty ot the jilac which nestles at the foot of th Swiss Alps; of the manner in whlcl the characters for the Passion Pla are chosen, after long and prayer ful deliberation, for their fltnes for the parts they are to portray iiow the children of the vlllnge ar taught from Infancy from the Blbl rather than from ordinary nurscr rhymes; and how the thousands o vlcltors who throng to the vUlag each year are welcomed by the In habitants of Oberammnrngan. Mrs. L. E. Old presided over th business session In the absence the president, Mrs. Alvin Huffmai Jr., who Is Ui Fort Smith atteiu tng the State P.E.O. Convention Fashion-Right Fov Women TEA IS GIVES'—Forming the receiving line for the tea given yesterday in the home of Mrs. Leslie Moore to climax National Home Demonstration week were Heft In right) Miss Colleen McNew, home demonstration agent of South Mississippi County; Mrs. Tom Britton, president of the host cluh; Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman, home demonstration agent of North Mississippi County; Mrs. Forrest Moore, president of County Council; and Mrs. Leslie Moore, hostess. ri'ni'ty YWA Holds Meeting in Woolen Home Young Women's Association' of "rinlty Baptist Church met Thursday at the home of Mrs. R. W. Vooten. Eight members nnd one visitor were there for the program and irief business session. Mary Ann Robinson began the program with a devotional which was followed by prayer given by Mary Lou Sawyers. Those Inking rt on the program were Ruby ind Bonnie Henson. Alberta Saddler and Edna Overman who also presided over the business meeting Junnita Overman closed '.he meeting with a prayer and Mrs Wooten served refreshments. LaFinesse Meets In Morgan Home Mrs. Whltnny Morgan. Jr., wns hostess yesterday to La Finesse in her home. Bridge guests were Mrs .Richard Rose, Mrs. Johnny White, Mrs, Ar- tlnir Cenrlpy and Mrs. Grarty Mngcc. Panslcs, roses and iris were used In the floral decoration. Mr.s. Everett Peterson won high score and Mrs. White won second prize and hrlriyo. Mrs. Morgan served a salad course atid teed drinks . Bits of News u / were invited to call. 3on Voyage Said To Mrs. Lemley Mrs. W. J. Warren was hostess last night In her home to Approxi- Coming Events Zeta Sunday Chapter of Delta Kappa mately 23 when they wished Mrs. E. S. Lemley bon voyage. Mra. L«mley Anrt daughter will leave Sunday for New York City and from there will sail to Europe. Lt. L«mley has been stationed in Heidelberg, Germany, for approximately one year. Mra. Lemlcy and Kathy wlH stay for two years. The evening was spent Informally and gifts for the trip nvere showered on the honoree. She wore • shoulder arrangement of white carnations, a gift of the hostess. A dessert course and Iced drinks were served, Six New'Members join Huffman Baptist V\VA The Younij,-Women's Association of Huff man Baptist Church had its meeting in the home of Mrs. Milton Dallas Thursday with \1 old members present and six who enrolled for membership. Group singing led by Mrs. Dallas Later In the afternoon, Mrs Smart served her guests p^rLy foods from the refreshment table which was centered with a bowl of white peonies. Small bowls of pansles were used In the living room. Gamma entertains retired teachcis of MLisisslppI County and future teachers of the Comity in the home of Mrs. Otis Shcppard from 2 'ti: 4 p.m. Monday Executive Board of Women of (he Church meets at First Presbyterian Church nt 2:30 p.m. Circle One of Trinity Baptisi Church meets with Mrs. Arah Sjicck on Highway 61 at 2:30 Circle Two of Trinity BapUs Church meets with Mrs. E. G .ovell at 3:30 nt her home at 70: Lilly. Business and program Is sched uled for Women's Society of Chris ttan Service of First Methorfls :hurch, at Church. | 8 p.m.—Wcslcyan Guild meets at ilnirch. Tuesday Mrs, Jim Rtehl entertains LaPe- tlte club. Coiintr y Club Duplicate Brlttge Lengue meets nt Club. Tuesday Bridge Club, entertained by Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mtss Almn Cnln Js hostess to Epsilon Sigma Alpha at her home, Mrs. Pre.ston Goff entertains YM Birthday Club. Wednesday Daughters of American Colonists have ll n.m. luncheon meeting nt Noble hotel. Mrs, Marvin Nunn entertains Mrs, Frank Lullaford, who suf- ered a stroke Tuesday at her home, was reported to be slightly iiu- >roved late yesterday. Pat Burks, student at University rf Arkansas arrived yesterday to be he guest, of'his parents, Mr. and di-s. Eddie Burks, for the week end Mr.s. Charles L. Buck and eon ot Houston, Tex., are here as the quests of her mother, Mrs. J. Crook, and her brother Barae> Neal Gcsell, who Is working Hot Springs for several weeks, spending the week end here with MIR. Gcscll. Mrs. G. G. Hubbnrd's mother Mrs. W. A. Shcddan of Sctiatobin Miss,, arrived yesterday and took both the Hubbard children home with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard, Jr., will spend the week end on Norfork Lake. Mr. and New Lip Service For This Spring By BETTY CLARKE AP Nevsfeatures Btauly Editor Lips are going to be painted in Juicy shades this season— as pinky red ripe as Mom's delicious frui preserves. Favorite lip rouge shades strawberry, raspberry and cherr hues for Spring glamor will en chant girls of all ages. Good ric! jinks thnt really are indelible hav >ecn sought eagerly by smart youn beauty queens who like the dclical low of a Upline that doesn't loo too artificial. Up until now many deep pink It rouges were merely pretty complements to their hnstlck cases and when put on the lips they were faded and colorless. There is point In coloring the lips If the tint does not enhance the natural color of the lips. A number of exciting pink lip _et Your Dinner Time, Minus TV, Be The Family's Discussion Period ? now designing llv-' i so that the TV set ' visible during meals, over the dinner hour to that extra guest _TV— family life is bound to suffer, The dinner hour gives the family a dally chance to enjoy each other's company. At the dinner table there * Is opportunity for ^fHP ,j family discussion, Ruth Mlllett for light-hearted kidding and for each member to relate the highlights of his day. It's a time that should be relaxed and easy and co/y —a time when every member of the family should have a chance to be heard. But let TV pull up ft chair and sit down and things are sure to be different. The child who Is dying to tell a funny story he heard at school will Ve hushed. General discussion be out. If the program of the moment Is good, the meal Mama has taken pains to prepare won't be fully appreciated. If it Is poor, at least one member of the family will sny: "Why don't we turn that thing off?" CHILDREN WON'T LEAHN CONVKRSATIONAI, GIFT If that member Is Papa and the children out-vote him, Papa is no onger truly the head of the table. TV will hog the show—like the .oquacious dinner guest who doesn't .et another person get a word in edgeways. Shushing will be the watchword of the dinner table. And how nre we to expect the 'omiger generation to learn to contribute to adult talk. If they don't ner hour to strengthen family r«- atlonshlps, to give parents and children a chance to get acquainted with each other's thoughts and (pinions. We'll give that all up If we Invite TV to be a permanent dinner guest In our homes. More Ric« Needed By People of Asia SINGAPORE «')—The people of Asia have been warned that they face starvation unless they grow more rice at once. The director general of the TJ. N. Food and Agriculture Organization. Morris E. Dodd, who Issued the warnlng( suggested two solutions: "Increase your production of rice, or cut down the number of people eating rice." Dodd said PAD, since Its Inception, had taken steps to increase rice production in this part of th« world. It had boosted production by 0 per cent, but meantime th« population of rice-eating Asian countries had climbed 12 per cent. Quick RfLIEF I FROM MISERY OF \HAHGOVER DISTRESS Mrs. Hubert Seymore and daughter, Susie, were in Memphis yesterday. ' Mrs. P. H. Austin was admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital Thursday. She will undergo surgery Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla and daughter, Jenny Wren, were in Memphis yesterday. Mr- and Mrs. B. S. Simmons were in Memphis yesterday. opened the program nnd n home missions program n'ns presented. Mrs. Dallas led In prayer and Corn Muy McDantel, president, was in charge of the business session. Following the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Town and Country Club. Mrs. Hnrold Nunn is hostess to CIS. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains Club Kigth. Deltonlan Chapter or the Delphian Society hns 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Thursday Mrs. FI. H. Houchins entertains Mid-Week club. Thursday Club has a meeting at the home of Mrs. R. F. Kirshner. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen is hostess to Thursday Contract Club. LaNueve meets with Mrs. R. E Green, Mrs. Jane Carson is hostess to Kibitzer. Friday Past Matrons and Patrons hav< meelinfj nt the Masonic Temple. \& Siv^_.ltii:iii!S By Sue Burnelt This charming Irock is particularly nice for \varrn day.-—<:oUarlesK and briei .sleeved, it lias bands of lace cr eyelet and small buttons [or trim. Tie the narrow belt in a soft bow. Pattern No. 8707 Ls a se\v-rlte per- porated pattern in s:z« 34. 36, 38. 40. 42, 44, 46, 43. Size 36. 4'4 yards of 35 or 39-tnct). For this pattern, send 30c 1n COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett,, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, III. Baste FASHION for '52 is filled with Ide&s to make your clothes budget go turthcr—time-savlng and economical designs that are easy to sew. Gift pattern printed Inside. X c<nU. OPEN SUNDAY! Enjoy Swimming at the BLYTHEVILLE AIR BASE SWIMMING POOL Open 1 p.m. Sunday Adults: 35c Children: 30c Life Guards On Duty At All Times We invite you In try a PRONTO PUT from our concessions' stand . . . they're delicious! Your favorite cold drinks available nt all limes. -*H»/ AT YOUR DRUGGIST rouges are available now A good pink as vivid as the hunter's learn the art of conversational give Jacket is a cherry-pie pink, a splash and take at their own dining room that does not disappear even under light, we arc told. Nope, let's not Invite TV to be the guest who comes to dinner and Some lipsticks do not take happi- takes the family hour. ly to fluorescent lighting, which Is likely to be cold, harsh nnd unflat- age we need the old-fashioned din- Lcring to many women, particularly If the light Is overhead. py mess by trying to give them the spring is that the natural lip line Is appearance of being half the size by with us still, perhaps slightly pointed up or played down. 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