The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 9, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER », 1954 Misi Millie Ann - Society News — e Ann Mallory, Society Editor • 1>l10 Canasta Patty Compliments Mrs. Brewer Mrs. W. F. Brewer, who is leaving soon to make her home in Oklahoma, was honored again yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Love Adams and Mrs. J. D. McDowell. Pall flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms and bud vases holding roses centered the tables where the guests were seated to play canasta. Winners in the canasta games were Mrs. A. G. Hall, high and Mrs. C. F. Cockle, second high. Mrs. Brewer was presented a gilt from her hostess and preceding the games a dessert course was served. ChillionClub Has Meeting in Elkins Home Members of the Chlllion Chlb were entertained this week by Mrs. O. 0. Elkins. Sr. Winners in the games were Mrs. Felix Carney, high, Mrs. S. E. Torjusen. second high, and Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. low. Mrs. Elizabeth Moore was a guest ol the group. At the conclusion or lire games the hostess served a salad course. Fall flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms and centered the tables where the guests were seated. Beacon WMA Has Meeting In James Home The Women's Missionary Association of (lit 1 Tic'acon Baptist Church i met with Mrs. Lawrence Jairios j Thursday nlptu. There wero cifihl, ! members and three visitors pres- i Mrs, James opened the mentin« i with prayer find the devotional | was Riven by Mrs. James Hump- j Mrs. Fred Hill presided over the! j business session and Mrs. Fred | j HodRC dismissed the group with Mission Study To Be Held at Methodist Church A Study course nil India, Pakistan and Ceylon, under the auspices (it the Women's Society o! Christian Service of the First Methodist Church, will be held at the church Monday throvinh Wednesday ot next week. Each session will begin at 7:30 p.m. Miss Mildred Osment of J nlglil where they will attend the three state conclave of the Oddfellows Lodge In Opclousas they will be the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich's son, Paul Dietrich. Mrs. A. J. RodgerB who suffered a broken leg In a fall Is a patient in the Blytheville Hospital. Her condition Is reported to be satis lactory. s ' Those from out-of-town who at.: tended the services at Temple Is- Singing Convention To Be Held Sunday The Mississippi County Singing Convention will be held Sunday at the Gosnell Baptist, church, beginning at 2 p. m. Several well-known quartets will be present. Princess Look-Alikes ' 8051 J.S v,. By Sue Burnett Easy to sew frocks for big nnd little sister. Pattern No. 8050 is in sizes 10, 12, H, 16, 18, 20. Size 12. either sleeve, 4"i yards 30-Inch. Pattern No. 8051 is in si/.cs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4,'either sleeve, P,i yards 30-Inch. Two pal- terns. yor these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your numc. address,, sizes desired, nnd the PATTERN NUMBER lo Sue Burnett. Blytheville, Courier News, 3T2 YV. Qliincy Street, Chicago 6. Illinois. Basic FASHION, fall ami wlnlcr '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman \vhn scw.s for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. sionary education, will be the instructor lor this course. Churches for the surrounding Maslerpoint Game Played by Duplicate League The Duplicate Bridge League conducted a Masterpoint Game Thursday night. A five-table Howell Movement, was played. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Alta Cameron were first with 76 'ft nolnus. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamberlin were second with 67',; points. In third place were Mr. and Mrs. Harry W Halnes with 56'» points. Iced drinks. Coming Events Monday Study Course at First Methodist Church at 7:30 p. m. The circles of the Presbyterian Church meets in homes. Circle one meets with Mrs. R, L. Hannister with Mrs. F. L. Whltncr. co-hostess; Circle two meets with Mrs. R. F. Klrshner; Circle three meets with Mrs. John Cherry with Mrs. Byron Morse co-hostess; Circle four meets with Mrs. Jesse White; Circle Five meets with Mrs. Eddie Sallba with Mrs. Walter Day, co- hostess and Circle Six meet* with Mrs. Adeba Sallba, Aflernoon unit of St Stephen's Auxiliary meets at the parish house at 2:30 p. in. The Katie Hatton YWA meets with Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. The Circles ol Trinity Baptist Church meet in homes. The Jewel Abernalhv Circle meets with Mrs. Howard Besliarse at 2 p.m.; the Evelyn Stanford circle meet.s with Mrs. Herman Adar at 2 p.m.; Circle Three meets with Mra. Joyce Corker at 2 p.m.; The Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Carl Pale at 7:30 p.m. and the Marlon Cook Circle meets with Miss Donna Bohannon at 7:30 p.m. Band Mothers Club meets at the high school auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Groups ol till! First. Christian Church meet In homes. Faith ardup meets with Mrs. J. A. Luck- cll at 2 p.m. Hope Group menu with Mrs. John Durham at 2 p.m. and Charity Group meets with Mrs. J. L. Brooks at, a p.m. Tuesday Love Group of the First Christian Church meets with Mrs, William Rader at 8 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meet-s with Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Harry Bogan cillcrlalns the Octave Club. The- Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Deity Ann Ilitrber entertains the NN Hrldue Club. Mrs. Russell H. Parr entertains the Trl-Town Club. Mrs. Harold Nunn entertains the C1B Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Sr. The Country Club Bridge League lias regular meeting. Charlevoix Chapter of the Dau- Khtcrs of the American Revolution meet al Hotel Noble at 1 p. . m. Mrs. Hiram Wylie, Mrs. C. L. Mc- Wntcrs. Sr. and Mrs. J. E. Dicks are hostesses. Study Course at First Methodist Cliurdi at 7:30 p. m. Senior high PTA meets nt school al 3 p. m. preceded by executive board mcetliiR at 2:30 p. m. Soc Calcmlni' mid The Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Siuiim wets at I he. home of Mrs. Lucille Vi'ntson, IftB Novthetust, Parkway, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. William Lambert entertains the TLF. Bridge Club. Members ot the Town and Country club meet wilh Mrs. J. C. ElUn. Chapter O. of PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. f- B. CifC at 1 p.m. Mrs. n. F. Cure cnlertalns members ol (hi- Wednesday Bridge Club ttt tin 1 Country Club. Yaruro PTA meets at the school at 3 p m preceded by an executive Ijniird meeting at '-!:3(l l>. '«. 1). F.. Wimbcrly will be guest speak- IT anil has chosen as his topic, ••s-'atr-ty." Studj CimrM! at First Mrthodlsl GEO Bridge Club Conducts Game Mrs. Harold Davis entertained the GEO Club Thursday night at her MIST, Nancy Holland, Miss Pattye June Davis and Mrs. Walter Marble were Rtiests of the group. In the bridge games winners were Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., high, Mrs. Johnson Blackwel. second high, and Miss Davis, bridgo. A dessert course was served by .he hostess. JOINER NEWS By EDNA BllOWN Jerry Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dean of Joiner, has returned to hln home. He was a star pitcher for the Greenville baseball team this year and his plans are now to be- with the Travelers at Little Rock next year. Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Brown and children. David Raymond and Karen Oayle, have arrived at Joiner from Orange, Texas. Jack is Chief Warrent officer in the Navy. His 4fi day leave will be spent, with his brother, J. C. Brown, of Joiner and his mother. Mrs. R. J. Brown, of Memphis. Afterwards he will report to San Diego for sea duty Mrs. Brown and the children will stay at Joiner for indefinite time. Mrs. Brown Is the former Miss Joy Hughcn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fritz and two children of Sacramento, Calif., visiting friends here Monday. They gut her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Franklin, and drove on to visit relatives in Mississippi. Mrs. Fritz. Is the former Miss Georgia Roberts Mrs. Grover Bennett, Jr., has been a patient in a Memphis hospital for the pant week. Eight members of the Bardstown Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Joe Horace Felts Thursday. During a short business session a discussion was held on selling of Christmas cauls. Secretary reported the club won ?2b on the lair booth at Blytheville Mrs. Joe Horm-e Veils won the prize during the social hour. She served pie and coffee. The next meeting Is lo be with Mrs. Dec Drewcr on November 4. This will be an election meeting. All members -are urjied U) attend. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Brown have Itulle to his base at Rocky Point. N. C. Sonny is a covpora! iu tlw Marines. Church at 7:30 p. m. Slldbury PTA Executive Board meel.s at school at 1:30 p.m. A study course follows at 2 p.m. and the regular meeting is at 3 p.m. Thursday Duplicale Bridge League hns regular meeting. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., entertains GEO Club. Members of Kibitzer Club meets uith Mrs. J. 11. Smart. Mrs. Bob Metcalie entertains the Vcndredl Bridge Club. I,a Nueve Club meet.s with Mrs. H. E. Green. Mrs. Felix Carne\ entertains 111' Chlllion club. racl this week were Mrs. Louis Applebaum and daug lett and Annett of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kohn and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rosenthal of Kennett: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Barkovitz, Ben Barkovitz and sons, Abe and Jacob of Haytl; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barkovitz and J. Astrachan of Portagevillc; Mrs. Louis Graber and son, Stanley, ol Corning; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blnd- ersky, Miss Esther Blndcrsky, Al- ijcrt lilndersky, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blnclersky, Mr. und Mrs. Hyman Weinberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Koath Harwarg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nichols, Dr. and Mrs. Morris Nichols. Mrs. L. Nichols. Mrs. Billy Silverblatt, Louis Sllvcrblalt, Mrs. Molly Weinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wclnberg, Mrs. Rose Goldberg. Louise Lapides. Melvin Lapides and Sam Nichols of Osce.oltt and Mrs. V'cttii Rosenthal of Clarksville, Tenn. John Hugh Tyrone a student at Arkansas A and M. College at Monllccllo is the week end gi of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone. Members ol the Joe P. Pride family are in Memphis today U) be with Mr. pride who is critically ill In Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Clary and Doris Cooper of Cape Gnardcau will be the guests of Miss Nancy Damon and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Damon, tomorrow, Miss (jooper will remain lor .several weeks. MLss Frances Damon left for Water Valley, Miss., today to attend the funeral services of her brother- in-law. Stanley Harris, who passed away last (light. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Chn::!l<erlaln of Memphis will be the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joyner and son. Herbert Lee, and Mrs. Lucy Coody. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen and Mrs. tinker Wilson returned last night from Mississippi State College at Starkville where they attended a Christmas Design School. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brown are spending the week end In St. Louis. Condition of Ml.-s Mary Noe Is reported lo lie satisfactory. Her Mother. Mrs. Hilla Nile, of St. Louis, left last night for her home. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Welch nnd daughter will spend tomorrow in Clarendon where they will be the liucsts ol Mrs. Welch's parents. Mr. and Ji:rs. S. G. Miller. Charles Klnnlnglnun a student j nt Mississippi State Co'lleuc, is trie week end uuest uf hi.s parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Abe Kinnlngham. Hei'liert Joyner wild is employed in Louisiana, Mo., is .spending Hie week end here with his family. Gue.sts of Mr. and Mrs. Jamc.s Oxford are their .son. Roland Oxford and daughter. Karen Suzanne, of Ilutcliinsim. Mrs. Otis BenMoy and son. Keith, and Mr. and Mrs. Orrald Oxford and children, Ronnie and Deborah, have returned to their bomcs in Terra Haute. Ind., after spending .several days here | visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oxford. Mrs. Robert Leo Kins will return to her home in Cleveland, Miss., Monday. She was called here due lo the death of Mrs. Joe P. Pride, sr.. Monday, While here Mrs. Klni; has been the uuest. of her daughter. Mrs. Samuel F, Nor- rls, Mr. Norns and daughter, 'Reeu. Condition of Mis. Frank Simmons is reported tn be i-nlical. Her granddaughter. Mr.- Robert Scnlt. nnd .son of Memphis, are here with her. Condition of Judge G. F.. Keck who underwent surgery nl the Baptist S Hospital in Memphis Ibis week is | repurtrd to be satisfactory. Mr nnd Mrs. Fred Wtllll have as Mrs B, A. Lynch and Oscar Hardaway were fourth with 54 points. Wednesday Bridge Mrs. Metcalfe Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Bob Metcalfe was honore'd with a layette shower Wednesday night when Mm, Bob Gardener and Mrs. Elmer Clark were hostesses. in the games played during the evening winners were Mrs. Rudolph Ritt«r and Mrs, Bill Steinsiek. Mrs. Metcalfe was presented gifts from a basRlnett covered with pink satin and lace centered with a stork. She was presented a pink rosebud corsage. Refreshments of party foods and coffee were served by the hostesses. ..Irs F. E. Black entertained members of the Wednesday Club at her home The table where the guests were seated for lunch was centered with an arrangement of fruit and vege- :ahles. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mrs. S. E. Tune. At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Beatrice Sanders, Dell Dallas Jones, city Lynn While. Arrnorel Chifkasawlia Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Willis Arnold, Steele C. S. Briuiin^'hiim, city Mrs. J. F. McCalla, city Prod Hill, city Mrs. A. E. Burnett and baby city Lynn Brown, city Mrs. Daisy Martin. Steele their (juest Mrs. Wahl's brother, C. H. Nush of Oklahoma City, Okla. Mr Nash is retired president of the Red River Valley Trust Company In Dallas. Tex. Kay Barton of Catron, Mo., and Darian O'Kccie of Memphis are the week end guest.'! of their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W .M. B.urns. Mrs. E. 11. Jackson. Mrs. W. A. HollliiBSworth Mrs. O. O. Elkli», Sr., mid Mrs. Mike Meroney are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. C. W. Carrigan and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Moore, III. Fvwl Snndcfur received word yes- terdny nf the death of his slster-in- Inw. Mrs. Kenneth Saudefuf, in San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Dick Burns .returned last night from Memphis where she hns spnut several days with her mother. Mrs. John Lnrker.who Is a pntlrat In Campbell's Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn and children ot Union City. Tenn.. are Ihe week end curst of Mrs. Dunn's niolhi'r. Mrs. Pearl Hires. Doris Bonn, Max Hill, GnorRC Mulr and Brill Owens, students at [he university of Mississippi, nre the week end guests of their parents. Men Sold Women On Not Cooking 'Men have only themselves to blame if women have become convinced they don't have to cook to make their men happy," Edward J Meeman, editor of the Memphis Press-Scimitar, tells me. To back up that statement, Mr. Meeman p oints out that it was men who, through advertising sold American women on the idea that 'foods prepared outside the home are just as good or better than homemade foods. It was men, he reminds, who hammered away at the idea that a modern woman who goes to any trouble at all to prepare meals is out of date, " And it was men who sold women on all the easy ways of getting a meal on the table by opening a can or a package for everything from biscuits ready to go in the oven to the main dish that needs only to be heated in a saucepan. Mr. Meeman didn't call the men to task for another reason why women have lost interest in real, old-fashioned cooking, so I will. One other reason why women have lost interest in cooking is because they have lost interest in eat- That's because they are convinc- Ruth Milleit Martha Kirskey Has Birthday Party Here Martha Lee Kirksey was honored with a western round-up party on her birthday today. There were 12 present. The group spent the morning playing and refreshments of cake and ice cream were served. cd that in order to hold their husbands through the years it's an absolute necessity lo hang onto their girlish figures all their lives. Sure, Grandma was a wonderful cook, who didn't mind spending hours in the kitchen on one meal because she thought of food as something to enjoy. To her, it was! not something to eye with suspicion i as to how many calories each serving contained. But Uxiay's wife, intent on keeping her figure, gets no thrill out of baking hot biscuits, making cherry pie, whipping up rich gravies, etc. Such food she regards as a threat to her figure. If men were willing to accept plump wives they might find women once more Interested in cooking the kind of food Grandma used to cook—and eat. TIE Bridge Club Conducts Game Mrs. J. P. Scrape entertained members ot the TLE Bridge Club at the Razorback Wednesday night. Winners In the bridge gamei were Mrs. Dick WaUson, high, Mr«. W. J. 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