The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 7, 1953
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PAGE FOUR RI,YTIIEVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1953 Society New* Pat MulJana, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Mrs. Westbrook Anderson-Brinkley Rites Conducted MonDCpH Ot ShoWPTi In a ceremony performed July 2 nuiiuieu ui _M iu>v^i at Hmi!ind0p MkS| b} . ,, 10 Hcv . Henry While, pastor at the Baptist Mrs. Tommle Westbrook, Mrs., church. -Miss Vera Ann Brinklcy, Robert Westbrook and Mrs. Fred ] d-,,,,,],!,,,. ,,f the late Mr. and Mrs. Sandefur entertained with a party | I)ov jj r j n j;](>y o f pell, became ilie nnd layette shower complimenting j br! ^ 0 OI - Louls Li Anderson. Jr., son Mrs. J. L. Westbrook. Jr., last week : of Mr alu | MrSi iauis L. Anderson at the Sandefur home. [ O r myiheville. Summer blossoms were in ar- j Atu , m !inK the couple were Mrs. rangements placed in the enter-; Fr . m u Dyche. Martha Ann Dyche taining rooms. In the dining room,. nml L o ° uyche. where refreshments were served, a : Mjss nrinkley. a graduate of Ddl cutwork cloth overlaid the table.; Hj ^ g,.hool, attended Arkansas which held a centerpiece of mixed ; s t „ t e college, Jonetboro. The flowers. ! groom, who is a graduate of Blythe- In the party games conducted vllle H , eh school, is nou- In the during the afternoon, Mrs. C. L. I N[iV y nn g i. s stationed at Lambert Bennett was awarded the prize. | Fie ij Naval A j r station. St. Louis. Special guests for the occasion ; . , . were Mrs. H. D. Besharse. Mrs. J. L. • x Westbrook, Sr., the honorec's mo- f\AfC AtR-inSOn thcr and mother-in-law, and Mrs.. H. C. Holder and Mrs. J. M. Be-: Ty. l-|p nr j f^rnijn sharse, Sr., her grandmothers. MU I ICUU <OI UUfJ Auxiliary Has Business Meeting Mrs. E. E. Mason presided at a meeting 1 of Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church last night, when the group met at the home of Mrs. S. S. Patterson. Mrs. J. D. McDowell gave the devotional and during the evening. Mrs. Mason. Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and Mrs. Patterson gave reports on the recent Woman's Annual Institute at Petit Jean. Following the benediction by Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh. refreshments were served by the hostess. Gay Color For Accent 1 Members of the Woman's Auxil- • my of Blythovillp Country Chita ! fintiierrd at the club Friday for fi I business meeting at which Mrs. B. i B. Goodman presided. Officers were ' circled fcr the year 1953-54. with Mr?. Gettn S. Atkinson to serve as pre.siclfp.t. Self-ttini!5 by the nominatine committee, composed of Mrs. C. E. CriRscr, Mr*. Russell Phillips and Mrs. E. M. Rcgcnold. were accepted by the group. . Otiif-r oflicors included Mr.s. B. A- Lynch, vice president; Mrs. Arch Catliings, .second vice president: Mrs. J. W. Adams, secretary; and Mrs. E. F. SU!1, treasurer. Committees are to he announced by the president at a later date. YWA Meeting Is Conducted Mrs, J. T. Westbrook, counselor, \Viis hostess to incr, ibcrs of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Aux- j llinry of the First Baptist Church with Miss Mary Webb of Pine Bluff as RUGKI l:\Kt night. Miss Mftxine Hill offered the ! opening pruycr, and a business i session wns conducted by Miss Millie Malory, president. Miss Adaline Lee gave the devotional and Miss Mickey Allen was program leader. Prayer by Miss Marian Mnyos closed the meeting and refreshments were served. YarbroWSCS Has Meeting Mrs. Johnny Johnson was hostess at her home Last night to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church. Following group singing, Mrs, Denny Hammond gfive the devotional and prayer. Each member gave a verse ol scripture. "Heritage nnd Destiny," the group's mission book, was begun by Mrs. Glen Bunch, president, who later presided in a business session. During the meeting, the society members made their pledges find voted to send a donn Uori tc the Wesley Community House. Go! den-Age committee for this month are Mrs. G. T. Grncie and Mrs. Kate Bunch. Refreshments were served. 8968 12.42 By Sue Burnett Here's a youthfully designed classic that's an all-scapon favorite. And it's planned to be made t\vo ways—in gay, bright colored border print fabric, or rich solid tones. Pattern No. 8968 Is n sew-rite perforated pa tern in sizes 12. 14, jfl. 18, 20; 40. 42. Size 14, border, 4'^ yards of 39-inch. Por this pattern, send 3!Jr in COINS, your name, address, size de- Birthday Party Given in Home C. S. Blrminfjhnm was (lie honored guest at a birthday dinner given by his ?on and daughter, Robert and S;idi« Birmingham. Jit. their home on DonRim Avenue Friday night. Spring flowers and lighted can- tiles tU-coraled tho luco-drnped table, whore guests were seated for dinner. The living room, where they were entertained during th evening held arrangements of mixed flowers and red and white stream- er.s. In the parly games conducted during the evening, prizes were I awnrrtprl to Mr.s. John Flight, Miss ! Ellen Moore and Charles Goforth j and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Trinity Groups Conduct Meetings Members o,f Circles One and Two of Trinity Baptist Church met at the church for business yesterday with nine attending. FolJmvinp the opening exercise, Mrs. David Mc- Penke offered prayer. Mrs. R. W. Woo ten presided during the business-session and Mrs, H. Roberts gave the devotionnl, from Romans. Mrs. Wooten offered a prayer to dtsml&s the Rvoup. Mrs. Ln Una Everett war- hostess t.o nine members of the Business Women's Circle last night, when Mrs. Max Koonce taught the inis- sinn book study. Miss Bet-nice Overman offered prayer and the group was dismissed. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Wilson, Luxora. ; .sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER , to Sup Burnett. Courier New:,, 372 j W. Qiiincy St., Chk-aco G, 111. | Don't miss the new Basic FASH- i ION for '53. spring and summer. • It's a complete spring .sewing guide ] for smart, practical wardrobes. RlH | 1 pnMcrn printed inside the book. 25 i cents. LAUNORY IS HOT WORK So why do il? Especially during (he summer months when toiling over your family wash lakes so much out of you! Declnre your independence from wash-day drudgery for (lie hot weather months. Then, at summer's end, figure out how little it has cost you to let us do your laundry. You'll never go back to that tedious washing job I LAUNDRY - CLEANERS Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission lie & 39c At All Times TL'KR, WED, THURS Double Feature r- TUFTON II/j WEBB /y//MttT • WAGNER • H —PLUS- JACK LONDON'S n.nd.rlm Sliry Cartoon Mouse to Dinner WffOf K"IKt WITH ATLACIDE IHi S*«« CHIOHATI KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA GRASS, ond many other grasses and weeds. Deitroys wc«d rooli prevents rcgrowlh. In conven. ionl powder form; easy to mix fof use m o spray. E. C. ROBINSON Bits of News W)o4 Phonal Miss Vcra Wright of Cape Glrar- deau, Mo., spent the week end with i this week at tho guest of hi* mother, Mrs. Lee Moore, and slater, Miss Ellen Moore. He visited a cousin, Mrs. Steve Mahan, in Dyess yesterday- Miss Gwendolyn Rhodes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rhodes entered Draughon's Business College yesterday In Memphis. She was a member of the ^ 1053 graduating class of Blythe- hc'r'"iiunt Mrs. Frank Woolsey and I ville, where she was a charter Mr. wookey Mere. i member of Future Business Lead- Mr and Mrs. 1). L. Shanks of Rich- ! crs ot America and was treasurer mond, Calif., and Mrs. Vera Rodrn I ol future Teachers of America, of Detroit, Mii'h , are visiting here I Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young have as guests of tl'iiir sisters, Mrs. Char-1 as their guest Sunday their eon, les McDaniel and Mj's. Buford j Airman 3/c Ben Young, who is Copley and families. j stationed at Chanute Air Force Mrs. 1'avis Bcecham of Chloajio, : Base, 111. The Young's other son, is here as the guest of Mrs. Calvin '• Yeoman 3 c Petty Officer Charles LUXORA NEWS By MKS. 0. C. DRIVER Personals Herbert Lucas is attending the R.O.T.C camp at Ft. Knox, Ky. An Arkansas State College 'military science cadet, lie will be in tamp for a total of six weeks. Miss Eloise Richardson spent the past weekend at Sardis Dam, Miss. Bobby Wagaman, son of Mr. and Conley for several days. j liuforri Young, has arrived in Long i Bryant, and aunt. Mrs. Julia Owen Mr and Mrs. William T Stewart i "each, Calif., after a five month I Mrs. Owen and Bobby departed annoiinro the birth of their sec-' 1™"' of duty in Korean waters. His j Thursday for a. three week visit with ond child, it .sun. Thursday at Walls; wife and daughter, Deborah, who I her daughter, Mrs. Ihomas Hospital. The baby, who ha.'; a sister,; have been making their home in Margie Ann, 2, has been given the • McKlnney, Tex., left by plane to name Wi!li:'!n Thomas, Jr. Mr.s. ; join him. Stewart is the former Miss Margaret: Mrs _ Grady Ma( , ee and sm David Holt, daiiiihter of Mr. and Mrs. U, H.; jjowen, left Memphis last night by Holt. : plane to join her husband. Petty! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hibly of Mem-; officer Grady Magee, who is sta- Mich., is the houseguest of Mis: I phis spent several days last week : lioned at San Diego, she was mot- I Eloise Richardson for several days. | here wiih Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rush-; ored to Memphis by her parents I Mrs. Garland Robinson' of ' ing. While here, they all visited Mrs. Rushim;';: parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. nogers in l.uxora. Mr. and Mrs. R. L W.ade, Sr., Today's Women Are Expected To Do More By RUTH MII.LETT A woman reader asks: "Why Is it that the young woman of today can't do the work their mothers did without setting lived out?" "With the same size family that Mrs.''Robcrt°L. Wagaman of Hag-11 h" ve m^ mother Cashed jjlpthes erstown, Maryland, arrived by planel 011 u '' Sunday for a summer visit with his °'d grandparents. Mr. .and Mrs. R : C board, baked bread in an wood oven, etc. Yet she says she didn't know what it was to be family living room. A kitchen once served the averag* family ns a place to cook, (at and sit around, while now the lamllj uses each room of the house. The modern woman does a. great deal more laundry. When the washing machine replaced .the scrub board, people began putting on clean clothes every day. All those clothes have to be ironed, so what has the modern woman gained with » washing machine to actually cut down on her work? Also women have started being their own "yard men," chauffeurs for the family, home decorators, etc. They are expected to do a great deal more for, and with, their chil- ! wrll. and family at Tate, Georgia. G. A. George, Jr., and Sam Mea•; dou'.s. Jr.. returned home Wcduofi I day from a four-day business trip | to Wichita Falls, Texas. Miss Patricia Bertt of Flint At- Rtilh Millett dren and husbands. Add all that to the fact that the older generation is probably inclin- tired until she was j ed to remember how hard they work- older. I eci, but to forget that they wera ever "I am only 25 j "ready to drop" at the end of a years old, k e e p j day, and you may have an explan- house for the same number of persons my mother did. In addition I do baking for a restaurant and private parties. I have modern electrical equipment. I enjoy keeping our ation for the supposed difference between you and your mother. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay. witli 'whom lanta'/Ga., lias been the housi-suest j house and family clean. I also enjoy r - c. i working in the yard. But many j have had as their guests during the ; " n<i daughter, past several days, Mr. and Mrs. L.' yesterday for A. Berry, Jr., and daughter of San- i cation '" "•"•ford, Fin... Mr. and Mrs. JVed Wade and son n! Martin, Term., Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wade and daughter of Union city, nnd Nathan Wnde, AKII, U S Navy, of Sun Francisco. Nathan. who lias jnM, returned from a tour of duty, lias been transferred to shore duly at San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Don McDowell anrt daughter, Sally of Guthrle, Okla., were the wck end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter. Melon. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan and daughters, Barbara and Rosemary, left today for a week's visit in Louisville. Ky.. with Mrs. Monaghan's sister, Mrs. Leland Chatham and family. . . . . . , ., e has made her home for several | this week of her niece, Mrs. G. : months. j Driver. Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Farrie; McCalla | Mrs. L, O. Todd. Jr.. and daugh- Coming Events Wednesday High Two Bridge Club has meeting with Mrs. Forrest Monre. Club Eight is to be entertained Jenny Wren, left . three weeks va- , Colo., where they will join Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horner and daughter, June, and Linda tors, of Kin.ston. N. C., arrived Inst week for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Sllliman. Mrs. A. B. Rozelle and children Mrs. Harmon Tnylo: and daughter, Jean Louise, and Mra. G. Pillahunty spent yesterday Dycrsburff, Tenn., with Mrs. C. C. Lee and Mrs. J. M. Gillespie. S-Sfft. nnd ijrs. B. W. Caldwell of Greenville, Miss., spent the we ok end with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. and Miss Pegpy Beth Ford returned Monday from a four-day motor trip W. i to Corpus Chrlsti, Tex., where they | men ';; than" your"mother'did with'hei In i visited Mrs. Rozelle s_brother, Ray j wash tub and wood nn ge. Why? nights I am so tired I could drop j b ^' Mrs - Otto^Scrape. in my tracks. Why is it?" ™——-»To begin with you are doing what ao many women are doing today and few women did in your mother's time, contributing to the support of your family. You also probably do'more actual work, with all your modern cquip- Payne, and family. They were ac- Because we have a different concept companied back by Mrs. Rozelle's of family nving today. A whole house mother, Mr?. H. R. Payne. is l)src i every day . Tne i lv i ng room Miss Sally Whitmore of Fore-; j sn 't a parlor shut up except for the man, Ark., is the houseguest of | entertainment of guests. It is the Lovell and Mr. and Mra. Allan Bar- Mlsses K av and Linda Whitmore at relt. here i their country home. ..5 r '_,!!ri_" r iJ!: an 2L^ dh _ a .?ll Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Gordon of LiUe.Rnck were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs, Moses SHman for two days Frank A. Moore, who is stationed at Grenior Air Forcee Base, Manchester, N. H., is here. Sunday School Meeting Is Held Officers find teachers of the-Sun- Dwight of Shady Grove, Pa., are fie guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milliford Miller, and other | UI ^ rw< ^j Ml ^ j E Teaford de 'Mr. V and a iIrs. r Churchill M. BuckiP Brtcd Monday for a ten-day busl- 1 ness trip to Atlanta and North Carolina points. Mr. ancl Mrs. Joe Etkins have an- had fts their guests for the holiday j week end their daughter, Mrs. M. L. Wooten, Mr, Wooten and daugh- the home. The dining table, from which iced refreshments were served throughout the afternoon, was centered by a miniature bride on a mirror plaque, surrounded b.y daisies. Thursday ..Women's Missionary Union's Ex- t , Women's Missionary Union's Ex- l ecutive Board of the First Baptist Church has l p. m. luncheon meeting with Mrs. E. L. Hale. Friday Mrs. Harvey Don-is is hostess to members o! Stitch and Chatter. Here's an old-fashioned but still good way to tell whether fat for deep-fat frying is hot enough for doughnuts; A one-inch cube of fat dropped in the hot fat will brown in one minute. tcr. Maxine, of Memphis who left noimced the birth of a son Tuesday) __..-,-__,_.. Int. Walls Hnsnitnl. Blvthfiville The! LITTLE LIZ- yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heard of Newport arrived this week end from Chicago where they had been at Walls Hospital, Blytheville. The child, their first, has been named Philip Evans. Mrs. Elkins is the former Miss Murt Richardson. Recent Bride Entertained Mrs. Billy Boyles of Memphis, the former Miss jean Warren, was en- visiting to be the houseguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, U. S. Bran. i nn. They were accompanied home day school of Emanuel Baptist! to Newport by their children, j tnrtained Saturday with a oridal Church of Halt Moon wore onter-; George Ann, Glnny and Maureen. | shower at the home of Mrs. W. C. tained last night with a dinner fol- j w ] 10 visited their grandparents | Howard, with MIES Dixie Howard lowed by a monthiy meeting. j while their parents were in Chl- Marvln Coffins, superintendent' cago. of Sunday school, and the Rev. O. [ Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wllhlte and C. Hicks, pastor, discussed the \ Sam, Jr.. of Anadarko, Oklfl.. left meaning and purpose of the Sunday : today after being the guests of Mr. school, after which E. H. Crook of i and Mra. G. O. Caudlll. .Mr. Wil- New Liberty discussed an improve- ' hite, who Is a brother of Mrs. Cau- ment campaign. Thirty-five mem-, dill, is a former resident of Bly- bers attended. theville. as hostess. Nineteen guests were present, playing liverpool rummy, in which Mis Nora Ann Jackson was awarded high prize. Mixed garden flowers decorated' Men usually don't worry about their age until they start getting sunburned on top of th« head. WANTED Old Corrugated Boxes and Other Grades ol Waste Paper Top Prices Paid for Stock Delivered U Our Plant Call or Writ* BLUFF CITY PAPER STOCK CO. 827 S. Bellevut Phone 2-3152 Memphis, Tennesse* OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! 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