The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1953 · Page 2
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FACE TWO ni.YTHEVIT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1989 Pat Mullins, Society Editor PIlOM 4461 Guests Honored at Country Club Lingerie Shower is Given for Alice Priest Miss Alice Priest, the bride-elect of George Manley, was complimented with a lingerie shower at the Rustic Inn last night by 20 quests who were enterlainrd by Miss Bettye Presnell and Miss Kathcrir.e Sweeney. Canasta provided the evening's entertainment, Winners Included Mrs. Henry Oosa, first place, and Miss Sara Harrison, second. For the evening's activities. Miss Priest wore a cotton frork in white, featuring a halter top, which formed a large collar. She was givrn a shoulder arrangement of pink carnations. Dessert cour.se was served p're ceding the games. Novelty bon bon dishes holding a variety of sweets formed centerpieces for each of the card tables. Mrs. A. D. Priest, mother of the bride-elect was s special guest at the affair. At the conclusion of the games, lingerie gifts were displayed. 1 Mrs. U. S, Branson wns hostess at the Country Club yesterday afternoon for a dessert bridge party, which was attended by 13 tables of guests. The party was given honoring Mrs. Branson's ho use guests, Mrs. 0. [ R, Branson of Hobbs, N. M., and j New Orleans, Mrs. Henry Davis of; El Centro, Calif., and Mrs. Walter Heard, Jr., of Newport, Ark. Out-of-town RUP.sts included .Mrs. Dan Bell of Memphis, Mrs. Dick Logan of Sike.sion, and Mrs. Robert Pierce of Jxtaehville. Bits of News a two weeks tour of the West and will visit In Mexico while there. Mrs, John McDowell and son, .Tim, art? in Memphis where they will remain for several days to be v.ith her mother. Mrs. ,/e.ss Cun- ninuham. who is a pnUent at Gart- Baptist Bible School Closes Vacation Bible School commencement tonight at the First Baptist Chmrh will conclude U» two-work dully vacation Bible school for boys mid girls of the church. Commencement will begin at 7:30 p.m. with a joint worship service lu the main auditorium, followed by demonstrations of departmental activities and the handwork exhibit. An enrollment of 178, with an average attendance of 144, WRS reporter! by Miss Hazel Brannen, principal of the school. In addition to the pastor, the Kev. E. C. Brown, and Miss Brannen. general officers include Mrs. Harold Davis, music director; Mrs. C, M. Smart, pianist: Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon, story teller: Mrs. E. C. Brown, secretary: Old Fashioned Virtues Are Important Than Beauty r ' Not long ago this column put question to 1U men readers wh have been married at least 10 yean The question was: "What qualities are really 1m portant In a wife?" The answers have been coming In. And it is Interesting to note that it Is the old- fashioned virtues the men seem to consider essential. Take this letter for an exam- . Each table, at which guests were | ley-Ramsey Hospital, and her fa- seated, was centered with an arrangement of nweetpeas in pastel sharies, while the mantel held black wrought iron planter brimming with painted daisies in pink, blue and yellow. A large straw basket held an arrangement of pink and blue hydrangeas. In the afternoon's bridge Kitme.s, _ i first place went to Mrs. Hufweli H. ' Farr. second to Mrs. Joe McIIai.'ey, and Ihird to Mrs. Leonard Oldham. Mrs. Spencer Alexander was awarded low score and Mrs. N. G. Jerome won the bridgo prize. TLE Club Plays At Razorback The Razorback Drive-In was the scene of a party given for members of the TLE Bridge Club last night, when Mrs. Jerry Scrape was hostess to members. Dessert was served upon the arrival of her guests, and an evening of bridge followed. Winners of the games were Mrs Herman Turner, first place; Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, second; and Mre. W. E. Cherry, bridgo. Family Honored At Five Events Nylon nwsh bags are available for protection of your delicate •washables while In the machine. You can fill the bag half full and wash these Items in with your regular load. Magic Princess Sundress The Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson, who moved today to Dye.ss, Ark., where he will be pastor of the First Methodist Church there, were honored at several events before they left. On Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stewart and Iitrnily entertained with a barbecue supper honoring the Petersons and their daughter, Nina, and at noon Wednesday, Mr. and Mi's. C. L. Thaxlon entertained with a fish fry. Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Oils Eberdt entertained at, their home with a dinner party, and last night members of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, of which he was formerly pastor, were hosts for a supper at, the parsonage. Thirty-eight members and guest.' attended the event. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norma. Kirch of Tamps, Pla.. and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Buck of Half Moon. Tor the entertainment last night, Mrs. Glen Alexander, Mrs. K. E. Davis, Mrs. Ployd Davis and Mrs Cslvin Smith headed the arrangements committee. Miss Vera Goodrich. Miss Nora Simpson. Miss nillie Sue Burks and Miss Jharlene Armstrong are spending two weeks touring the Gulf Coa.st and Florida. Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Ellis. Jr., and Mr and Mrs. Prank Si-ay are spending everal days in Biloxl and along the coast. Miss Tommy Robertson and Miss Bettyc PreKnel! plan to leave Monday fo ar Week's vacation in Tennessee and Kentucky. They will visit relatives, and return via Memphis. The Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson If., today (or Dyess, Ark., to nmke their home, where the Rev. Mr. Peterson will be pastor of the Melh'-dlst Church there. He was formerly pastor at Wesley Memorial Church here. La- rence E. Fe.igin left Wednesday for his home in Webster Groves. ] Mo., sfter spending several davs r.s guest of Mrs. R. C. Allen and K. C. Allen. He was accompanied by his daughter. Miss Mary Lawrence Fengin. who Is remaining for several davs, R. ;. Allen is expected to return by plane tomorrow from Miami. Fla.. where he went especially to participate in the wedding of "Ben Roderick and Mary Ann Smith to- Mrs. Barney Crook, superintendent I Pie: Ruth Millet! of Beginner Department; Mrs. By- j "You may quote me on the fol lowing. My wife and I have been ron Nail. Primary Department superintendent; Mrs. Crandall Kln- nini,'ham, Junior Department superintendent; and Mrs. A. T. Hays, superintendent of Intermediate Department. The Beginner class studied "Glad Days"; primary boys and girls, "Learning to Be Like Jesus"; the Junior Department, "Finding Out What Jeriiis Expects of Us"; and Intermediate boys and girls,' "The j First Missionary Letters of the j Apostle Paul." married 14 years and have three boys and a girl. Legion Hyt Is Scene of Dance Sixty guests were entertained i the American Legion Hut last night | when members of the Thursda. I Supper Club gathered for a monthly j dance followed by a midnight supper. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe, Mr anc Mrs. Arnold Miller, and Mr anc Mrs. Shelburne Brewer entertained -Eight members of the Junior Aux- i for the group. Junior GA Meeting Is Held In Home day. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Norman Kirch of 8841 11.20 By Sue Burnett Youthful sundress to delight a junior seamstress—sew-easy princess lines and two clever variations with a pert button-on cape and a crisp collar that also buttons on. Pattern No. 8841 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11. 12. 13. 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, dress, 3'« yards of 39-inch; cape. Ilk yards; collar, % yard. For this pattern, send 3llc In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 312 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. I It's a complete spring sewing guide I lor smart, practical wardrobes; gift j pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. Huffman YWA Has Meeting Mrs. R. L. Adklsson wns hostess to eight members and one guest uf members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of Huffman Baptist Church at her home last night. Croup sinning began the meeting, after which Mrs. Billy Rny, counselor, who has been In Michigan city for several months, ottered prayer. In the business session, a picnic was planned for their next meeting. Sandwiches and Iced drinks were served. Duplicate League Meeting Is Held Members of (he BlyUicville Duplicate Bridge League met at the Hoel Noble last nl 8 ht fur their weeks' meeting with six tables of members attending, Mrs. o, W. Mcciilrhim and Mrs W. A. Affllck took the evening s top lonors. Mrs. Dick Logan of Sikcs- on, Mo., and Jim Holreon tied with Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Branson of Hobbs, N. M.. for second place. Black marks can be removed rom wood and linoleum floors with > cleaning and polishing wax. Use tne steel wool „ nec( , 5snrV] Q , isphalt or rubber tile use fine steel I wool and soap. | iliary of New Liberty Baptist Church met with Sandra Long yesterday for a program meeting. Mrs. Durwood Long offered the opening prayer, and Norma Hicks save the devotional. Girls giving the program were Linda Langley, Brenda Long, Sara Dlckson, and Alma Dean Koonce. Norma and Alma Rave reports of GA Camp they a Mended'., last week, Mrs. Charlie Hicks gave the benediction, after which they were served refreshments. Tampa. Pla.. are here as the guests of :•'!•«. Kirch's aunt, Mrs. Belle Wnkrflcld. Louis Isaacs left Wednesday night for New Yorl. City, where he will attend the Kiwanls Convention. M••. and Mrs. Bob Trecce are the | parents of a daughter, who was born Monday at the Blythevillc Hospital. The baby, whom they have named Sandra Kay, has a brother. Bobby David, who Is two. Mrs. Treece Is the former Miss Thelma Smith of this i:ty. Kappy Oarrott of Clarksvllle, Ark., and Betty Harrison of Camden, Ark., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rnyder and daughter, Jane. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Ounn. former refifdents now of Bakerstield SOC AHMORELHD—14 Armorel HD Club Has Luncheon Mrs. T. R. Wai kins was hostess to members of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club at her home yesterday, when a potluck luncheon was served before business was conducted, Eight members discussed p.'ans for the. annual rest camp during the Shasta daisies, zinnias, and hydrangeas formed profuse arrangements in straw baskets which were placed at focal points throughout the rooms. Include din the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cliarres Penn, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wallace. Mr. and Mre. W. J. Shinn. Mrs. Allen, Bill Wunderlich. Miss Mary Lawrence Pea- gin of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson. Coming Events Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has meeting with Mrs. Frank Perkins for potluck supper with husbands as guests. Saturday BIytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta • . . , - . - , Sigma Phi has bridge and canasta business session. Mrs. Sam Hnnley pnr(y gt Hust(c In £ flt ,..,„ pm was presented the door prize following the benediction by Mrs. W. L. Smith. When you press a dress, first tackle the pockets, then the sleeves. Calif., will arrive to be the week end ''Ollar, bodice and skirt, in that or- Riicsts of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert I dBr - . Smythe. with Mrs. Bay Harrison as hostess. "We have enjoyed these 14 years together and we have had the thrill of our life raising our four children. "Now about my wife. She Is just nice looking, not beautiful. She has a fairly nice figure, but not exceptional. Her hands are not as soft as the 'ads' insist they must be because she does all her own work and we haven't always had money to spend on fancy creams and lotions. "Now to be more specific. My wife loves me and would go through fire and flood with me. She has been a firm but understanding mother to our children and taught them moral and spiritual values. "She has carried on since I started working a 4-W-12 shift, having family worship each evening with the children. "In addition to her outside activities she bakes cakes, cookies, pies and breakfast rolls that are better than any you can buy at a bakery. "To me all of these things are more important than beauty. Or, perhaps, beauty is more than outward appearance." Naturally all of these letters are different. And yet they are alike in one respect. They all make much of a wife's ability to make a happy home, to instill the right attitudes n her children, to make her hus- >and feel that he has a real partner at his side who gladly shoulders jer share of the load. Thanks for writing, men. Letters ike yours can help to offset all the upcrncial "how to hold your man" advice that is given women. Wood beneath furniture polish must be clean to really have a glow. Try using "dry" soapsuds, applied vith a soft cloth in a circular mo- ion. Wipe with a damp dry rinse loth and follow with a bofte-dry loth. LITTLE LIZ— Some people con do on awfu' lot of creaking over fusf 0 frog Ir the throat. «NIAI Girl's Auxiliary Has Picnic Party Members of the New Liberty Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary of the Baptist Church were honored wllh picnic at Walker Park last evening, after which they went swimming and held a house party at the Dogwood Club with a breakfast tills mm-iilng. Mrs. Charley Hicks Is their counselor, and.Mr. and Mrs. jnmcs Mld- dlcton were chaperones. At the Hospitals Blylherllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. w. L. Neal, Holland. Bonnie Carson, city. Mrs. Annie Bell, Kelser. J. E. Ross, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jim Dewitt. city. Mrs. Eddie Tnnkersley, and baby Mrs. James Flanlgan and bnby city. Mrs. Harley T. T. Reams and Jerry Cross, cilay. J. W. West, city. Cary Bledsoe, city, Television SERVICE ANY MAKE FASytUms tar Sale or Rent PHILCO FACTORY SERVICE BlaylockT N. Hlrtiw«r II rh. 317! Serving BIytheville And the Mid-Sou!fi For 33 Years... During these past thirty three years we have endeavored to provide the people of this territory with a monument, service that is unsurpassed anywhere ... a service that has translated your sentiment for many of your loved ones, friends and neighbors. Every McHaney monument features meticulous letter- Ing and carving . . every McHaney monument Is installed on a secure concrete foundation. 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First and Latt Not Particularly Stabl» OKLAHOMA CITY (P). — Alpha Omega Walts Is unemployed but h* isn't worrying about getting another Job. The 67 year old former Tinker Air force Base worker explained he had worked at 75 different tradei in 39 years, working at least 30 dayi at each. "No doubt It's hurt me, moving around a lot," he said. "I've made mistakes but I didn't purposely try to make a record, I just never have been particular about what 1 did to make a living." when she runs something off the power saw out back. Miss Goldneff was nervous at first too, because that was one thing she never tried when she worked at other lumber yards. Many of her customers help her carry especially heavy loads. Others, less gallant, just stand there and watch her stagger. She hopes to get a male assistant soon, to do the manual work. It depends on how business picks up in the near future. TO FATHER Day by day you have led me, Hour by hour your help I've hod; That's why I want to pause a moment Just to say, "Thankyou, Dad!" JHE HIAVENtMAJHER INVITES YOU TO TAKE THNMLY TO CHURCH SUNDAY 9:-10 a.m. Sunday School 10:55 a.m. Morning- Worship Sermon: "A Dying Father's Message (o His Son" 7:00 p.m. Training Union 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon! "Faith — The Key" "Come thou with us and we will do thee good." Num. 10:29a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor 8th at Walnut BIytheville, Arkansai' AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at VO-.10 a.m. and 4 p.m. tor Rlti * Rorf Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:3(1 p.m. (or Slarvue. LAST TIMES TODAY RICHARD CONTE AR1ENE DAHL Also Paramount News and Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Airs. 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