The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1954 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Society News ilorv. Societv Eriitnr i Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Robert Reid, Ruth Freeman Exchange Vows In a ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gardener of West Memphis, Ark., Friday evening at 8 p.m., Miss Ruth Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman of Yarbro, became the bride of Robert Lee Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Reid of Eads, Tenn. Dr. Scott, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of West Memphis, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The improvised altar where the couple exchanged vows was backed with white gladioli interspersed with greenery in - wicker baskets tied with white satin. Mrs. Harold Barkley of Memphis, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor and only feminine attendant. She chose a navy and white dress with matching accessories and pinned a white carnation corsage at her shoulder. Harold Reid served his brother as best man. The bride wore a gown of white >*# brocaded satin fashioned on Empire lines with a scooped neckline accented with pearls. A single orchid nestled in white satin formed her bridal bouquet. The bride's mother chose for the occasion a dress of black and white sheer with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The groom's mother wore a navy and white dress with matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Following the ceremony, a reception was held. The table from which refreshments were served was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with miniature wedding cakes topped with white and silver wedding bells and surrounded with summer flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Reid will make their home in West Memphis. EXCHANGE VOWS — In a ceremony performed in West Memphis Friday night, Miss Ruth Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman of Yarbro, became the bride of Robert Lee Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Reid of Eads, Tenn. Katie HattonYWA Conducts Meeting The Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met at the church• last night. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Miss Maxine Hill. Miss Mickie Allen was in charge of the program and the devotional was given by Miss Millie Ann Mallory. Those assisting Miss Allen on the program were Miss Cliffie Overman and Miss Mallory. The group was dismissed with prayer by Miss Mary Webb. Gosnel! Honor Roll Announced Gosnell High School Principal Floyd Irby has announced the honor roll for the first six weeks of this year. Those leading the honor roll were Ann Walker, Sue Sparks, Mary Alice Needham, Carl Hester Warren, Roy Lynn Via and Bertha Carter. Trinity Circles Have Meetings The Jewel Abernathy and Evelyn Stanford Circles of the Trinity Baptist Church met at the church yesterday afternoon. • The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Bill Cook and Mrs. R. W. Wooten presided over the business session. Mrs. John Buchanan gave the devotional and Mrs. Arab. Speck dismissed the group with prayer. The Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Mildred, Ernest last night for the monthly social. Beacon Baptist Group Meets Here The Beacoir- Baptist Women's Missionary Auxiliary met at the church Friday with 14 members present. Mrs. David G. Jones opened the meeting with prayer and the Rev. George Gresham gave the devotional. In the business meeting a Girl's Auxiliary was organized. The Rev. Gresham dissmissed the group with prayer. Girls' Jumper-Jacket Set Has Any Wife Solved Problem Of Sloppy Man Ruth Millett 8033 3-8 yr». By Sue Burnett A darling button-back jumper to wear with blouses or sweaters, or paired with the brief jacket that is included in the pattern. Pattern No. 8033 is in sizes 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, jumper, 1?8 yards 39-inch; jacket, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and^the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The fall and winter '54 issue is filled with attractive, easy! to sew styles for all ages. ' This column is for a particular group of husbands—those who expect their homes to be neat and well run but make the job difficult or almost impossible for their wives by being sloppy around the house. A wife writes: "My husband and I read your column six nights a week with a great deal of interest. Whenever you criticize us women for our faults my husband has a good laugh at my expense and so I would like to voice my opinion on a major fault of most husbands and sons. "I would say that at least 90 per cent of the male sex in general are slovenly in their homes. It makes no difference to them how much they clutter up the house with clothing, newspapers, books, or anything at all that they have no immediate use for. j '•If you remonstrate with them about putting things in their proper place they listen patiently and then go merrily on their way, disregarding your complaint and leaving .the mess for you to clean. Most or inese men and boys have been taught by their mothers from the time they are toddlers to put toys, clothing, etc., away after use. But it is one lesson that doesn't seem to stick. Why? Why? Why? "I for one have enough work to do with cooking, cleaning, washing, ironing, etc., without playing valet to a husband and two sons. I have tried everything from cajolery to nagging, but to no avail. What can we women do?" Any woman with a pat and foolproof solution to that problem would deserve to be named Woman of the Year. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any. Most women just throw in the sponge. They finally admit that it is easier and more pleasant to pick up after their husbands and sons than to wage an undying and hopeless battle against their slovenly ways. If any reader of this column has won the battle, a letter telling just what strategy she used would be appreciated—and printed. And who knows? The women of America may decide she should be Woman of the Year. Others on the honor roll were Wesley Davis, Ann Walker, Caro 1 lyn Potter, Phylis Pearson, Christine Stark, Faye Caldwell, Linda Cotton, Jerry Watkins, Juanita Welch, Shara Via, Wanda Bevill, Brenda Bates, Joyce Brown. Iva Nell Gordon, Annie Maude Gordon, Lena Middleton, Sue Sparks and Linda Hallmark. Kay Smith, Buford Brackin, Julia Webster, Dickie Reams, Gerald Rhodes, Marion Drane, Sue Lollar. Bob Reagan, Wanda Whittle. Shirley Potter. Dorothy Sue Terry, ' W. F. McGaughey, Billy Fowler, Everette Allen and Douglas Watkins. Coming Events TUESDAY The Mary Martha Sunday School Class meets at the home of Mrs. E. B. Woodson, 1515 Hearn, for a potluck supper at 7 p.m. Marion Cook Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Club Eight meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. County Parent-Teachers Association meets at the First Christian Church. Registration at 9:30 a.m. ? meeting 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. THURSDAY La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. N. G. Jerome. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Members of the Chillion Club meet with Mrs. Sally Freeman. Mrs. Harry A. Haines entertains members of the Kibitzer Club. FRIDAY Mrs. Clyde Patton entertains the Vendredi Club at the Razorback. Mrs. Thomas Dorris entertains members of the LHE Club at her home at 8 p.m. SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines are entertaining the University Club at 9 p. m. at Hotel Noble. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1 p.m. Masterpoint Game Played by Bridge League The Duplicate Bridge League played an eight-table Mitchell Movement and masterpoint? game Saturday afternoon. East and West winners were Mrs Foy Etchieson and Mrs. F. E, Black, first with 101 points, Mrs Dick White and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, second with 100 points. In third place, was Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. F. W. Whitner with 99}*: points. Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Joe Ferguson were fourth with 86 points. North and South winners were Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, -first with 97V1> points, and Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Ed Cook, second with 87 points. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. E. B. Gee were third with 86*2 points and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Jim Roleson were fourth with 84 & points. A masterpoint game will also be played Thursday night. Mrs. Thompson Complimented With Shower Mrs. Harold Thompson was honored with a stork showed Friday night at the Rustic .Inn. Hostesses were Miss Kathryn Thompson, Mrs. Fred Boyett, Jr., and Mrs. Ed Jacks. Bunco evening was played and winners during the were Mrs. Xeal McCormick, high, Mrs. El-! mer Clark, second high and- Mrs. Walter Manser, bunco. The table inhere the gifts were displayed was centered with a stork from which extended pink and blue streamers. Mrs. Thompson was presented pink carnation corsage and a gift from her hostesses. A dessert course was served by the hostesses at the conclusion of the games. MARRIED — Miss Emolyn Westry Cocke . of Jacksonville, Fla., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Walton Cocke, Jr.. of Blytheville, became -the bride of James Edwin Parker, son of.Mr. and Mrs. James Tarver Parker of Jacksonville. .The vows were exchanged in the Riverside Park Methodist Church in Jacksonville Friday. The couple will attend the University of Florida this fall. If you are planning to have a photograph taken at a studio, here are a few tips: Don't wear rouge; t creates bad shadows. Don't go directly from hair dresser to phoographer: the hairnet may leave ridges on your forehead. Just be- ore the picture is taken, moisten -our lips. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Arthur Anthony, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Floyd White, city King Williams, city Mrs. Ada Croxton. city Mrs. A. D. Burgess, Jr., baby, city Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stallings and family have returned from a week's vacation in Louisiana. While there they were the guests of Mrs. Stalling's sister. Mrs. Earl Callens, Mr. Callens and son, Gene, in Opelousas. They also visited in Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Mr: and Mrs, Harold McClanahan have returned from a vacation spent in Indiana and Michigan visiting relatives. Miss Annie Cooke of Canton, Miss., is the guest of Jim Culbertson and his mother, Mrs. Lola Culbertson. Mrs. Clyde Perry and children. and Danny, have returned a week's visit in Memphis. were the guests of Mr. and Pam from They Mrs. Bo Carwyle and daughter, Pat. former Blytheville residents, and Mrs. Mildred Tims and Mrs. Grace Sides. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Brocats announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, at the Naval Hospital at Millington, Tenn. The baby has been named Laqueta Ann. Mrs. Brocats is the former Miss Martha Ann McDermott. Mrs. Brocats and daughter are now at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Talley, in Blytheville. Mrs. Irene Barnes and daughters spent the week end in Decature, Tenn. They went especially to return their son and brother, Parnell. NFMS Holds Election of Officers Here The Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene held its annual election of officers at the church last night. The meeting was opened with group singing directed by Jimmie Quick followed with prayer by Mrs. Boyd Hancock of Jonesboro. The pastor of the church, the Rev. j. Louis Emmert, presided over the meeting and reports by committee chairmen were given, Officers elected for the coming year were Mrs. Harold Thompson,' Sr., president; Mrs. Roy Gaines, vice-president: Miss Dorris Payne, treasurer: Mrs. Horace Kaliord, superintendent of study: Miss Gloria Jarratt, corresponding and recording secretary and Mrs. Larry C. Davis, superintendent of publicity. Delegates elected to attend the church convention at Fort Smith this fall were. Mrs. Ira Anthony, Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. J. Louis Emmert, Mrs. Louise Nolen, Joe Cagle and Oscar Alexander. ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cruse, Sr. of Leachvffle announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Julia Rhea, to Jimmy Frank Smith, son of Mr. and.. Mrs. Frank Smith, of Monette. The marriage will take place at the Immaculate Conception Church in Blytheville Sept. 27. The Rev. Emmert dismissed the t group with prayer. j 16 gery at Chickasawba Hospital yesterday. He is in Room 21-A. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Oxford of Hutchinson, Kans.. announce the birth of a daughter Aug. 21. Their first child, the baby has been named Karen Suzanne. Mr. and Mrs. James Oxford had j shower. Honored with Surprise Shower Miss Donnie Jean Danels, .who will leave soon for Bethany-Peniel College at Bethany. Okla., was honored last night with a surprise as their week end guests their daughter, Mrs. Cecil Hayes, and and Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Malcolm Jolley, city Jimmy Barnes. Horenrsville Mrs. J. H. Thompson, Caruthersville Kenneth Fisher, city Mrs. Earl Bell, city Mrs. L. G. Morris, Steele If you have the nervous habit of biting your nails, get some tincture of quassia from your druggist. Apply it with cotton to your nails. When dry, it will serve as a bitter reminder not to bite your naiis. home. He has been visiting his | Mr. Hayes of Battle Creek.. Mich. grandparents there several weeks. for the past Miss Lela Beck of Miami, Fla., who has spent the past uvo months here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Beck, returned to her home yesterday. Miss Nita Rose Hall left today for Fayetteville, where she will attend the University of Arkansas. She accompanied Gene. Nail of Memphis. Miss Hall is rush chairman of the Delta Gamma Sororitv. They came especially for their daughter, Sherry, who has spent the past eight weeks here with her grandparents. While here, Mr. and Mrs, Hayes visited other friends and relatives. Mrs. E. R. Pruitt is undergoing treatment at Chickasawba Hospital. She is in Room B-2I. W. H. and J. R. Stovall returned Mrs. John Ed Grimes, Mrs. R. J. Hodge and Mrs. W. E. Peek were hostesses at the Grimes home. . In the games played during the evening,* winners were Mrs. R. J. Hodge, Mrs. L. T. Kames and Mrs. E. H. McMurray. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess* served refreshments of party foods and iced drinks. If your eyes are too close togeta- last night from Huntland, Tenn.. j er. you can achieve the illusion of where they attended the funeral services of their mother. Mrs. J. George Ford, Jr., underwent sur- T. Stovall, yesterday. width between the eyes by plucking out several hairs from the inner corners of the eyebrows. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUBS.. WED., & THURS. Double Feature little Fugitive" PLUS SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS WED, • THURS. • FRI. The "bubble"lamp gets its inspiration from the early American oil lamps. Made of plastic, it is matched with wrought iron and polished brass. Most popular color is ice pink, followed by turquoise, j "milk" chocolate," soft green, blue and gold. The Boy From „ Oklahoma coiot v j WARNERCOlORj WARNER BROS. 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