The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1954 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER », 1954 Society News llnrv Sraietv Rflit.or 9 MiM Millie Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Junior Auxiliary Members Attend Regional Meeting Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. R. A. Porter and Mrs. Dick White attended the regional conference of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries in North Little Rock today. Mrs. Tune is third-vice president of the national organization and serves on the committee in charge of 1955 convention plans. Mrs. Porter represents the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary ,on the panel on finances. The major theme of the conference •was based on physically handicapped children, and the ways in which junior Auxiliary chapters might aid them in their communities. The Biyiheville Junior Auxiliary, in cooperation with the Blytheville School board, was instrumental in founding the Lange School for Exceptional Children. Junior Auxiliary members are in attendance as volunteer workers daily in the school, and the group helps buy needed supplies and equipment. Carroll Evans, Miss Belcher Exchange Vows The Rev. and Mrs. Olin Ray of Lanett, Ala., announce the marriage of their, daughter, Miss Margaret Lucile Belcher, to the Rev. Carroll . Evans of Blytheville, son of Mr., and Mrs. C. L. Evans. The couple exchanged vows Sept. 9 in Fort Worth, Tex., and x are now making their home there at 4412 Frazier while the Rev. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon Golden Anniversary Celebrated By Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon Here Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon were honored on their golden anniversary yesterday when their daughters, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and Mrs. William Frank Cooley of Russellville and their son, J. Norris Moon, entertained with a reception Evans continues his Southwestern Baptist Seminary. studies at Theological Presbyterian Children Honored With Picnic Here The second and third grades of the Primary Department of the Presbyterian Bible School entertained with a picnic supper for the fourth graders who are being promoted to the Junior Department and ; Paul Luster of Osceola and Mrs. W. for the new members who will en- j T. Barnett; her nieces, Mrs. Harvey ter thir department at the home of Jeffries of Memphis and Mrs. Robert Reid; her granddaughter, Miss Carol Cooley of Russellville, and from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. The table from which party foods were served was overlaid with a linen cutwork cloth and centered with an arrangement of golden flowers in a gold bowl. This arrangement was flanked by golden tapers in gold candelabra. Gold bows were attached to each corner of the table. The table on which the guest book was placed held golden wedding bells in which rested golden roses and magnolia leaves. Those presiding at the guest book were Mrs. P. E. Cooley, Mrs. Eisner Beall of Wilson, Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. C. A. Tant. Other arrangements of gold flowers in gold containers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Gold bows were placed on each spiral of the staircase. Those assisting at the reception table were Mrs. Moon's sisters, Mrs. Tom McGarrity of Memphis. Mrs. garet Keim of St. Louis; 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bader and Joe Bader of Lilbourn, Mo.; Mrs. J. T. Stovall of Cape Girardeau and Mr. and Mrs Eisner Beall and sons of Wilson. Bits of News Miss Viva Dean Winters and son of Richmond, Calif., have returned to their home after having spent the past month here as guests of Mrs. Murray Hudson and family. Miss Dorothy Smith and children of Trumann were the week end guests of Mrs. Hudson. Mrs. W. S. Johnston is in Oklahoma City, Okla., due to the illness of her mother. E. O. Adams, who was injured in an accident several weeks ago, is now at his home on Country Club Drive. His. condition is reported to be improved. Mrs. Aubrey Conway spent the week end in Osceola with Mrs. Godfrey White. Mr. and Mrs .V. G. Hall and family left Saturday for San Francisco, Calif., where they will make their home. Their daughter, Mrs. A. C. Wheat, entertained with a going-away party Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone, Norbert and Monya Blankenship, Martha Ann Hill and Cleone Mitchell returned yesterday morning from Little Rock, Monticello and Pine Bluff. They attended the Blytheville football game Friday night and Saturday they visited John Hugh Tyrone at Arkansas A and M in Monticello, where he is a freshman. In Pine Bluff, they were the guests of. Marcel Diroir, who was a roommate of Miss Tlankenship's at Girls' State this summer. Miss Kay .barton or cacron, Mo., is spending several days here as guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. Mr. and- Mrs. Eddie Saliba Saturday night. The party was held on the lawn where the 30 children spent the evening on the playground equipment. Mrs. Saliba was assisted in preparing and serving the picnic supper by Mrs. Jerry Hord, Mrs. Spencer Alexander, Mrs. Charles Bright and Mrs. Curtis Alexander Mrs. Saliba and Mrs. Ray Walton are teachers of this department. The Short Look her cousin, Mrs. Robert Rice of Fort Smith. Those assisting were presented with a miniature golden slippers. In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Cooley, Mrs. F. D. Smith, Mrs. Gean Atkinson, Mrs. Albert Cooley and David Cooley. Mrs. Moon wore for the occasion a pink faille dress with rhinestone studded matching jacket and pinned a white orchid with a gold throat at her shoulder. Organ music was provided throughout the afternoon by Jerry and James Cecil Lowe. II. Out-of two guests were Miss'Mar- At the Hospitals Blytheville oHspital Dismissed: Ronnie Darby, Rt. 3, city Sherron Darby, Rt. 3, city Willie Mae Debose, Armorel Dick Green, Huffman Mrs. W. E. Wads, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Gwendolyn Harrison, city Mrs. Joe Duniven and baby, Steele W. B. Nicholson, city Billy Colston, city Ernest French, city Mrs. Herbert Russell and baby Tomato John Anderson, Jr., city Gail Tomason, city Mrs. Grace Siler, city Miss Eliazbeth McGhee, city Mrs. D. E. Miller, Dell Mrs. Lawrence Hopper and baby city Ernest Watkins,- city Terry Carl Denny, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Myrtle Barnes, Hornersville Woman's Club Executive Board Has Meeting The Executive Board of the Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. H. C. Bush Friday afternoon with 21 members present. Mrs. Bush presided over the business session when plans for the coming year were made. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Easily the most outstanding junior for fall — the Bermuda-length skirt as well as shorts, styled by \ Helen in a salt and pepper tweed. Pattern No. 8181 is in sizes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Size 11, skirt, iVi yards of 54-inch; shorts, IVi yards. 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. The latest issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulating and a complete guide in wardrobe planning for a new season. 25 cents per copy — send /for it now. FOR RADIO AND TV REPAIR Call 3-4594 MNPTlM' ROSE SALIS CO. HI I. UN Attention: Natural Gas Users In order to serve yon more efficiently, we suggest that you have your heating equipment checked and your pilot lights lit now. We, of course, will do everything possible to take care of your work whenever you call. Bat to prevent unavoidable delay when that first cold snap "snows ui under" with service work, have this work done NOW. W« will do this for you FREE OF CHARGE Until Sept It, 1954 (After Sept. Si regular service chant will M nait) Ark-Mo Power Coming Events MONDAY The night unit of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets with Mrs. Dale Dunlap at 8 p.m. TUESDAY The Junior High PTA meets a; the school. The Executive Board meets at 2:30 p.m. and the general meeting is at 3 p.m. The NN Bridge Club meets with Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr. The Junior Auxiliary Fashion Show at the high school auditorium at 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY The Country Club Bridge League has regular meeting. Members of Club Eight meet with Mrs. S. C. Owens. The GIB Bridge Club meets with Miss Jettye Clair Huffman. The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at the home of Mrs. E. L. Boggs, 625 Parkway, at 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Members of the Chillion Club meet with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. The TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Dick Watson. Mrs. Newton Whitis entertains members of the Kibitzer Club. The Duplicate Bridge League has j regular meeting. Mrs. Billy Joe Gean entertains the Vendredi Bridge Club. The YWA of the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Howard Caldwell at 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY The Woman's Club meets at the club house at 1 p.m. for a covered dish luncheon. Knows Secret Knows How to G*t FAST Like millions of people, he has discovered that tiny Turns can bring top-speed relief from acid indigestion and gassy heartburn whenever they occur. For Turns neutralize excess acid almost before it starts—can't cause acid rebound. No water, no mixing. You can take Turns anywhere. Get a handy roll of Turns today. Osceolo PTA To Hold First Meeting of Year Osceola Parent-Teachers Association will hold its first meeting of the year tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. at the elementary school. The Rev. C. E. Womack of Keiser will be principal speaker and his. topic will be "Our Problems With Youth — Let's Face It." Following the general meeting, a tea will be held honoring the new faculty teachers. Bridge League Conducts Game The Duplicate Bridge ..League played a five-table Howell Movement Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble. Winners in the games were Mrs. F. W. Whitner and Mrs. Henry Humphreys, first with 68 points"' Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Ed Cook, second With 62 points and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. F. E. Black, third with 56 points. A special winners game will be played Thursday night. ORCHID GIRL — Mrs. Maurice Sales of Allen's Flowers adds still another orchid to the more than 900 in the skirt worn by Miss Arden Cuadra. Miss Cuadra will model this skirt of hand painted orchids during intermission tomorrow night at the Junior Auxiliary Fashion Show. The skirt was designed and made by Allen's Flowers. (Courier News Photo) When redecorating or rearranging furniture, never sacrifice safety for appearance. Furniture should not be placed in the path of normal walking, and doors should not be blocked. Marriage Licensee The following couples have obtained marriage licenses " from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Donald McElroy of Monette and Mary Forston of Leachville. Millard L. Criner of Blytheville and Mavoureen Pettv of Osceola'. Nebraska's name came from the Otoe Indian word for "flat water.'' Bladder 'Weakness' If worried by too frequent, burning or Itching urination. Getting Up Nights, Backache, Pressure over Bladder, or Strong Cloudy Urine, due to common Kidney and Bladder Irritation, try CYSTEX for quick, sratifylng, comforting help. 900 million CYSTEX tablets used in past 25 years prove safety and success. Ask druggist for CYSTEX under money-back guarantse. See how much better you feel tomorrow. A nylon net laundry bag comes with two separate pockets on the outside so soiled clothes can be sorted easliy. Delicate garments can be machine-washed right in the bag sir.cc soap and rinses go through the net. Colonial Money Bullets, tobacco, Indian shells (wampum) and other articles served as money in the early colonies, being made legal tender by colonial legislatures so that the people could pay taxes. Psychologist Learns At Last What Women Ken Buying a person a good meal puts him in the frame of mind to say "Yes" instead of "No" to whatever idea you want to put across .a p*y- chology professor claimi, after testing his theory on hundreds of individuals, .Any wife could have told him that was a fact and saved him the trouble of testing hi* theory. What doei Mama do before she Mrs. Lawrenc* brings out the dress she splurged on lor Papa's approval? She cook* him a good meal, complete with one or more of his favorite dishes. Then when she has him well-fed and in a purring - with - contentment mood she says gaily, "I bought the moat beautfiul dress today" 'and brlnfi it out for Papa's inspection. He gets a good meal, too, befor* Mama brings up the subject of a new rug for the living room or What a good idea it would be for Papa to build a patio or paint th« kitchen. .Women have handed on from mother to daughter the knowledge that it's wise to "feed the brute" before trying to sett him any important idea. Like Mother, Like Daughter Daughter sees her father as putty in her mother's hands after h« has been buttered up with a good dinner. And so when she has a husband of her own, she knows just what to do to get him in th« frame of mind for agreeing, instead of disagreeing, with her when sh« has an idea she wants to sell him. 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