The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK,) COtJRIEB NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1954 - Society News e Ann Mailory, Society Editor " Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society PASHION MODEL — Miss Bertha Ann Gaines .is pictured wearing one of the creations from the Maid of. Cotton Wardrobe which she will model at the Cotton Picking 'Contest 'Friday. Tiiis dress features a black cotton v,elveteen peg skirt with a black, gold and. red figured jacket. The jacket has a empire waistline, stand* . up collar and three-quarter length szeeves. (Courier News Photo) Baptist Group Has Picnic Here Primary One Department of the First Baptist Church was entertained Saturday .with, a wiener roast at the home of -Mrs. Joe: Atkins. The afternoon was spent in play- Ing games and on the playground equipment. There were 26 member of the department present. Evenh Late News In Day Timers Sue Burnett Dress simply and in good taste in this slim button-front style that looks so neat and uncluttered. Add touches of contrast, jf desired. Pattern No. 8163 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 4% yards of 39-inch; y 4 yard contrast. 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. Monday The executive board of the WMU of the First Baptist Churcn meets with' Mrs. J. W. Rayder. The Katie • Hatton YWA of the First Baptist Church meets at the church. The Jewel Abemathy Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church meets at the home of Mrs. Arah.Speck; the Evelyn Stanford Circle meets with Mrs. Richard Robinson and Circle No. 3 meets with Mrs. A. L. Richardson. Marion Cook Circle 1 meets with Mrs. Idell Lowe at 7:30 p.m. The Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Gaylord Lewis at 7:30 pjn. Tuesday The Cradle-Roll workers of the First Baptist Church meet at the church at 2 p. m. f The Marion Cook Circle II meets with Mrs. Max Koonce at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Eddie Burks entertains the Tuesday Canasta Club. The CIB Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr. Members of the Tri-Town Clu meet with Mrs. James Lee Brooks Mrs. William Bear entertains th Octave Club. Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., enter tains the NN Bridge Club. Country Club Bridge League ha regular meeting. First meeting of the Osceola Progressive Club will be held a he club building with Mrs. L. K Harwarg, Mrs. V. E. Harlan, Mrs, Joe Applebaum, Mrs. H. J. Levenstein and Mrs. Robert Childs as hostesses. Mrs. Childs will preside at the meeting and give a talk on he study of bulbs. Wednesday Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertains the TLE Bridge Club. Members of St. Stephen's Epis- opal Church have potluck supper t'Parish House at 6 p.m. Thursday The Chillion. Club meets with Mrs. 2. R. Jackson.. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains the Cibitzer Club. Mrs. Meivin Halsell entertains he La Nueve Club. The Lottie Moon YWA of the 'rinity Baptist Church meets with Irs. C. S. Birmingham. Friday Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. W. Watson at 2:30 p.m. Mrs, J. W. Dolen is co-hostess. Spokane is the second largest city in -Washington, Seattle rank- Ing first. Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio Blytheville Po 3-8666 For the Best Qualify in Eggs IT'S THE CAGED EGG At 220 W.MAIN — Ph. J-2794 JOHN E.GANN Six Week's Series Completed By Bridge League The Duplicate Bridge League played a five-table Howell Move ment Saturday to end a six weeks series. Winners were Mrs. and Mrs. P. W. Whitner, first with in Saturday's game Ruth Eleanor Afflick Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins Jim Roleson, seconc points;^ Mrs. Frank 61 points; and Mrs. with 58V 2 __ Grigsby and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, third .with. 57 points-and Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. Ed Cook fourth with 56 % points. Six weeks' winners were Mrs. Dick White first with a 58.7 percentage and Mrs. Whitner, second with 57.8 percent. Mrs.,B. A. Lynch was in third place with a 57.8 percentage and Mrs. C. W. Afflick was fourth with 57.5 per cent. Andy Owens Has Bkthday Party Here Andy Russell Owens, son of Mr. ind Mrs. Lavern Owens, was en- ;ertained with a party on his sixth birthday Saturday. The afternoon was-spent in playing and favors of horns were presented the children. . Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream, were served.. Mrs. Owens was assisted by Mrs. James Hampton. At the Hospitals Chickasawba, Hospital Dismissed: ; Mrs. Carl Spears and baby, city John Duncan, city James Walden, city Mrs. C .W. Thornton and baby, ity Mrs. Lynn Walton and baby, city Maude Walker, city Walla Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mary Taylor, Rt. 3, city Lucy Stevens, city I H .Mies Nancy Damon spent yesterday in Cape Girardeau viiitinf friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stire* and Mrs. Don Packnett spent yesterday in Jonesboro where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Stires. Herbert Joyner, who is employed in Louisiana, Mo., spent the week end here. Joanne Gean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Gean, is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Her condition is reported to be improved. Mrs. M. O. Holggen of Sylvania.. O., has returned home after having spent the past two weks here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger and children, Ann and Charles, IV, of Fort Benning, Ga., are the guests o* Mr. Crigger's parents, Mr. and Vtrs. Charles Crigger. Mr. Crigger just received his discharge from the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Deen" and sons spent the week end in Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Travis Deen and sons, While there, they visited' the zoo 'and attended ,he Mid-South .Fair. • Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Thomas and family were in Newbern, Tenn., •esterday where they visited Mrs. liomas's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Blessing.. OUTSTANDING HOMEMAKER-U S. Treasurer Ivy Baker Priest, left, receives the fourth silver award as the "Outstanding Homemaker of the Year," from Mrs. Dorothy Gearhart, president of the National Ladies Home Fashion Leagut. The award was made in Washington. D. C. 'How To Hold Your Man" Line Seems To Be Backfiring Now "You've got me. Now try to hold Mrs.Thurman'E.Rowlet, Sr., and! me -" Judging from the mail that comes to me from women readers, that must be the attitude of an increasing number of married men. Such advice is supposedly aimed at women—but men can read, too. And if they get to thinking they are some kind of lucky prize their wives have won, no one should be To fill hollow thighs, try this exercise. Lie flat on your back and raise the legs high in the air. Use on your hips to support yourself. Then, swing your legs as far apart as possible. Bring them together in scissor fashion. -Do this' ten times daily, increasing to 50 in several weeks time. laughter, Judy, of Conway were he week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. hurman E. Rowlett, Jr. Mrs. Rowett and son motored Judy to Naah- ille, Tenn., where she will resume her studies at George Peabody. Calvin -Czeschin, a student at the 'niversity of Missouri; was the week nd guest of his parents, Mr. and firs; Charles C. Czeschin, . Bertha Ann Gaines, a stifdent &t Memphis State College, was the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hornef have returned from New Orleans where they attended ah .automobile show. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley spent the week end in Memphis where they attended the football games. Guests- of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sales yesterday were Mrs. P. W. Sales, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sales and daughter, Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Blackshere of Piggott. F. B. Joyner and W. T. Barnett attended the football games in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. Kurth Harwell of Osceola and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barkovitz of Portageville will be the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jiedel. . Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and j | son, Jerry, and Miss Linda Joy Land sey were in Memphis yesterda where they attended the Mid-South Fair.,In Millington, they visited Mr. Lowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Lowe. Mrs. Lowe accompanied her son home for an extended visit. M r.and Mrs. Simon Joseph of. Pine Bluff were the week end guests of Mr. • Joseph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph. Mrs. Ella Norwood, mother of Mrs. V. G. Man nof Osceola, who was visiting her son in Cleveland, Miss., received a broken hip in a fall Saturday. She was taken to Campbell's Clinic in Memphis and Mrs. Mann is now with her. She is in Room 202. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle of Memphis announce the birth of a daughter last Monday. The baby has been named Wanday Darryl. Mr. and Mrs. Whittle.are former Blytheville residents. surprised. And once they get to .thinking of themselves as prizes their wives have fought for and are wholly responsible for holding onto against any and all competition, they become mighty poor risks as husbands. For they quit thinking of marriage as a partnership supposed to endure for a. lifetime. They start thinking of themselves as having been "caught" by a lucky girl, whose job it is to' hold them—or else. That relieves them of the responsibility of 'trying to please their wives as they expect to be pleased. And it also gives them the sneaking notion that if their marriages should fail only the wife will be the loser. For prize packages that they are, they can always let themselves be "caught" by - another lucky girl, who will devote her life to holding them, Of course, no man who is mentally mature believes such rubbish. But a lot of spoiled, selfish, immature ircen do find it easy to take all this "hold your husband" advice to heart. Such men are anything but a prize to any woman. But unfor- "PARISEEE" FftlfNDlY SHOE STOftl Transition fashions: the slim, soaring wedge in I Lustrous leather in contrasting textures . . . gleaming metallic accents ... a ladylike T-strap. Wear "Glitterbugs" now with your sheers and later with dressy Fall fashions. Talk, He Can If He Tries A man writes: "My wife is alway complaining that I never, talk t her. Being a woman, maybe yo could tell me what I'm supposed to • talk about when I get home from another day on the job." Do you really want to know what your wife— or any other wife —wants her husband to talk to _ ,, „_..,,. her about? Ruth Millett She wants you to cell ner some o: the highlights of your day, whether they were good or bad. She wants you to ask a few questions and show a little conver sational interest in what she ha; been doing all day. She hates having to try and guess what's eating you when you come home in a silent or grouchy mood If you would just tell her the problem you are trying to work out she would feel close to you instead of feeling shut out. There Are Family Problems There are times when she would like to be able to discuss some problem she is having with one of the children. I mean really discuss it calmly and sensibly instead of feeling that if she confides in you, you will jump to a hasty conclusion and one of the kids will come out the loser. She would like now and then to plan with you for the future, rather than to drift along from day to day and not even knowing what you want out of life. And when she says you never 'talk" to her, she.probably also means that you never listen to her. At least not with your whole mind and with a show of honest-to-goodness interest in what she is saying. So don't dismiss her complaint ;hat you never talk to her. too "lightly. How in the world can a man expect his wife to understand him if he never, gives 'her a chance? tuhately a lot ot women today are finding themselves stuck with men who think any woman is lucky to have them. Being a husband is still pretty new to him. So perhaps he has never realized that you might not like his hanging onto a collection of pictures of someone else. Give him a "chance to understand your feelings.. You can't expect him to know how you feel unless you tell him.. And if'he doesn't get rid of them himself—and they really'bother you —they, can always get thrown out during spring housecleaning! REAL FANCY PANTS—Now you've seen everything* The. model above is wearing the ultra-ultra in western glamor fashions—"blue jeans" made of 1 silver blue mink! Using 22 perfectly matched skins, they art made on the same pattern as the authentic wrangler jeani worn by cowboys. They will be displayed in Chicago during the Championship Rodeo there. The j price tag is a mere $3500. 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