The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
Page 5
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TUTSDAY, JUNE 8, 1952 BLYTHEVTLI.F. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE mrs Pat MulHns, Society Editor Mrs. Simpson Is Again Honored Continuing the bridal events lor Mrs. Hussell Simpson, the former Miss Kathryn Martin, was a dessert-canasta party given last night in (he W. H. O'Keerc home. Hostesses for tlw affair were Mrs. O'K«f« tnd Mrs. Leonard J. Oldham. Decorating the home was a silver bowl on the coflee table, which kvas filled wi'.h floating magnolia. T3n each card table, a small crystal and silver bud vase held white dutch irte. PJox and cornflowers and other mixed summer flowers decorated the living r"oom and porch where games were played. Mrs. Don Kerbough won high score snd Mrs. Jim JefTeries won second. Per the evening's activities. .Ihe honoree was dressed in a navy Wue theer dress with black kid accessories. She received 'a gift in her chosen china and a lamp from her hostesses. Chicken Supper Given in Home Boys and Girls of Junior age of the Number Nine Baptist Church were entertained last night at the home of Mrs. Wynette sliultz with a chicken supper, co-hostesses were Mrs, Nellie Northcut and Mrs. Herbert Julian. Following the supper, they were taken to Walker Park for informal Aptertalnment. Methodist Women Meet at Church Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service ol the First Methodist Church met yesterday /or a program and business meeting. Mrs. AU-x Shelby gave Ihe devotional and was in charge of the program, "We Need Children." Mrs. William Wyatt. president, presided over the business meeting and reports were given on the May Break- last. A pending date was set for Hobby Lobby as Nov. 20. Mrs. Wyalt nnd Mrs. W. A. Hollingworth gave reports on the zone men ting at Deil on May ?9. Following the meeting, refreshments were served in a soda! hour, KI.KCTKW—Or. Edna NLcs ol Blyiheville, lias taken office as president of the Arkansas Osteopath !c Association for 1052-53. She served M presidem-elect during the past year, So Cool And Comfortable Trinity Circles Have Joint Meeting* Members of Circles Otic and Two of the Trinity Baptist Church met at the church yesterday for a joint meeting which was opened with the repeating or the watchword. Mrs. Joyce Crocker led prayer which was followed by the singing of a hymn, led by Mrs. James Kelly. Mrs. R. W. Wooten presided over the 14 members present, and Circle One had the program. Mrs. J. H. Roberts gave a devotional and Mrs Kelly gave a part and led singing again. Mrs. Herman Adair closed meeting with prayer. Circle Two served refreshments Circle One. Business Women's Circle mem- rs met with Mrs. Idel Lowe Jn hickasBw Courts with eight members and one visitor present. Mrs. R. W. Wootcn led prayer and Mrs. Lowe gave the devotional and i prayer. The lesson was taught by Mrs. Mack Koonce. Sentence pray• waa their dismissal. A social hour was held and Mrs. Lowe served refreshments. Mrs. Harrel Is Honoree at Party A poing-away parly honored Mrs Margie Anderson Harrel Saturday night in the Chickasav Courts Assembly Hall when .she was entertained by her mother, Mrs Cora Anderson, Mrs. I. L. May and Misses JimnUa, Jeff, and Ruby Jo Hall. The evening was spent in informal entertainment with the opening of gifts and refreshments sened. Mrs. Harrel plans to join her husband in Germany soon. Country Club Dance Is Tonight Appearing tonight at the Country Club for a dance for members of the Biytheville Country Club and their out-of-town guests, will bo Shep Field* and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra. The dance will begin at 9 p.m. Su« Burnett How i« defeat ths weather on • ntmmer morning—make this simple hom« »tyl« hi & bright cottnn that's •asy to «*r» for. Accent with gayly eolor#d rio rac, tl« the narrow bet •oftly »t one side. Pattern No. 8SM 1« « *ew-rlt« perforated, pattern in slws 14, 1fl t 18 20; 40, 43. 44, 4«. Siz* 16, 4^ yard. of 39-Inch. For thli pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, glZ' desired, and the PATTERN NUM HER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Quincy St., Chicago &, 111- Send 25 cants today for your cop of Basic FASHION '52. it shows yo 1 how to make your wardrobe d' |.. v double duty with economical, time 'ing styles. Gift pattern printe. " inside. 25 cents. Business Session Is Conducted Members ' of the T^ake Street Methodist Church's Women's Society of Christian Service met last night in the church for R business .session. Mrs. Cecil Luck, new president, opened the meeting and asked Mrs. C. T. Chamlin to lead prayer. Mrs. C. M. Baxter, Mrs. Lusk and Mrs. George Shanks gave reports of the meeting for new officers which was heid in Dell last week. After re ports had been given, Mrs. Shanks gave the devotional, "Ye Are The Light ol The World". A candle light service v/as held and each candle lighted represented life. Mrs. 5hnnks rend a poem. "Candles of the Dark, before she dismissed with prRyer. Mrs. C. Johnson Hostess to Class Mr«. Clarence Johnson wa» hostess last night to members of the \Vln-Some Clas* ol the First Baptist Church at her home with 12 attending. Mrs. Harry Ray Brook* led n prayer to open the meeting which wa* followed by a devotional given by Mrs. Bill Banister. Mrs. Russell Baugh led a discussion on the eight- point record system, or standard of excellence. AJt*r Mr*. Wlllard French read the secretary's report, the meeting was adjourned and members spent he remainder of the evening in nformal entertainment and the .ostess served refreshments. Mrs. J. W. Purtle is In St. Louis where she wilt undergo treatment examination and possible surgery at the Barnes Hospital. While there, she will be the guest of her daughter, Miss Delia Purtle. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lunstord visited Mrs. Eugene Evans in Baptist Hospital in Memphis Sunday, Mrs. Evyns' condition is reported improved. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harbor leit today for FnyettevHle where they will bring their daughter, Miss Betty Ann Harber. a .student at University of Arkansas, home for the summer vacation. Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas K. Tinker and children, Tommy and Donna, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Graham and Mrs. and Mrs. H. E Tinker. Sgt. Tinker is stationed at fort Hood, Tex. Mrs. nil! Noble has been taken to St Joseph Hospital in Memphis uhert she will undergo surgery Friday She Is In Room 355. Mr. ami Mrs. W. L, Horncr left this morning tor Le.xington, Va., to a I f c ts cl graduation exercises at Washington nnci Lt?e University, where their son, W. L. Homer Jr., is a member of the graduating class. Samuel F. Is'orrls left yesterday for New York, N.Y,, and Annapolis, Mci.. where he will be Joined by his daughter. Miss Maureen Korris, who will accompany him home for the Summer. Among the Biytheville'bridge enthusiasts playing In Lhe Regional Brittle Tournament Bt Hotel Peabody in Memphis over the weekend ( were Mrs. W. D. ChambHn. Mrs. O. W. McCiitchen. Mrs. W. A, Affllck, Mr.s. S. E. Time, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Crowell, Mrs. O. W. Coppedge, Mrs, C. C. Conncille. Mrs. Prank Grigsby, Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs, E. B. Gee. Mrs. H. C. Sims. Mrs. Harry W. Halites, and Mr.s, Eugenia Jenkins of Steele. Mrs, Samuel F. NorrLs accompanied Mia. Afllick to Memphis Sunday, but did not participate in the tournament. Ben Voting, son of Mr. and Ntrs. Buford Young left for Memphis Monday to attend Murdochs Cotton Classing and- Buying School. Coming Events Mrs. Paul Jobe is hostess to Club Eight. Wednesday Club members urt the gnesls of Mrs. Baker Wllsmi Mrs Harold Nunn entertains CIS. Wt<infsd»;r Colonel John Martin Chapter of DAD have 11 a.m. meeting Kt the Noble ilolel. Thursday Eii7«lian Class ol the First Baptist Church has meeting In the home of Mrs. A. T. Hays at 713 Pecan at 7:XO p.m. Ladies Day at the Country Club for 1 p.m. luncheon and bridge and c-Hiiasia In the afternoon. Semi-Canasta Club meets In the home of Mrs. Lawrence Garner. Members of TLE have meeting with Mrs. Gilbert Bmytlie. Frlrlay Stitch and Chatter Club meets In the home of Mrs. Leon Davis at 7:30 pin. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson Is en tertainlng members of La Finesse. Friday club members guesta o Mr.-i James O. Guard. Mrs. C. L. McVValers entertain. members of Friday Contract Club. Potlnck supper for Open-Doo Class members ol the First Meth Church nnd wives or husband at 7:30 p.m. Yarbro Women Have Program-Meeting Members of the Yarbro Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met last night in the home of Mrs. Henry Pollard. The opening sons was "Help Somebody Today," which was followed by' prayer by Mrs. Johnny Johnson. A script lire was read by Mrs. PolJard nnd those taking part on the program, "What Is That In Thine Hand?", ^vere Mrs. Glenn Bunch, Mrs. Monroe Boshnrfe, Mrs, Paul Abbott nnd Mrs. El?a Wheeler. A candlelight service was held :,nd pledges were given. Mrs.'Johnson closed the program with prayer which was then followed by a business session and soclnt hour. Vleeting- Held; Officers Elected rs- J. D, McDowell was hostess esterday to members of the Wom- n'5 Auxiliary of the at. Stephen's Episcopal Church for * business neetlng. Following the devotional, report-s were given by the nominating com- ilttee of th$ new officers (or next ear. They include Mm. Louis Hu- jener, president; Mrs. A. a. Shib- ey, vict president; Mn. c. H. Hearnsberger, secretary; Mr«. Har- ikl Nunn, treasurer. The Rev. W. J. FiUhngh gave the jenedlction. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY MGM's revealing draBta of the private life of a woman JUNE doctor! ALLYSON ARTHUR GARY KENNEDY • MERRILL ftffitiffifKHE Cole Ridg-e Baptists Elect Officers Menifcer.i of fch« Young People's Union of Cole Ridge Baptist Church h»d as their gueits. the Adult Cl for a business meeting Friday night when they elected oficers. Elected for the new year were Corbert Stockton, president; Cecil Austin, vice president; Mrs. Vernell Sawyer, secretary; the Rev. Oscar Patterson, treasurer- Mrs, Ju a nit a Holmes, social leader; Mrs. Byrd Duncan, Bible quiz leader; Mrs. Oscar Patterson, misslonaryjeader; and Mr*, Nina Sue Oandl and Mrs. Inez Smart, group captalnn. You Know About Laundering Fabrics? Ruth Mlllelt At the Hospitals Mrs. C. K Johnson Hostess to Baptists Sty members of the Young Women's Association of the First Baptist Church met last night in 'he home of Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Miss Katherine Westbrook led he opening prayer and Miss Jnne Buchannon gave the devotional and program. "Next Door To Russln." Mr.s. Johnson led the closing prayer. Dismlfcd: . Mn. M»nley Bridget »n<l baby, Wilson Robert Davis. City Wall) H.npU.l Dismissed: Mrs. Jesse* Collinl, Holland. Mrs. Elmer Smith. City Mrs. Jame« Strickland and b*by City Mrs. Claude Alexander, City Mrs. Mike Wells. Dell Mrs. George and baby. Victoria Mri. Gene George and baby, Victoria Remove mildew spoU •• soon us they are discovered — before they have a chance to weaken or rot material. Take of! surface growth by vacuuming thoroughly or brushing the affected article out of doors. Dry-clean fabrics that cannot then be washed or sponged with water. Pretty Face Not All Important A bachelor ("by choice"), wllo Jtlsl one, at the Army, takes hi-i pe in hand to low-rate what he cal the "nveragc" American \vifc. lie has been visiting Ills brothe and .sister-in-law and apparent! has decided that his brother's wl Is typical young America wives In genera Here Is his de serlplion of 111 one wife, v. r hlc he fleenw lo thin (its all wives: "She h H R easy time of It, but thinks she h ,° S ll ^'S 11 An electric w a s h e r d&ei her washing for iier. nnd yet she it forever complaining about how much laundry there i£ to do. "She wastes an hour or two every morning gossiping over the telephone or at a neighbor'* house. "Then «he nisll«8 around to fix lunch tor her «chool-ige children, which is never anything but a cold sandwich and a glass of mil*. "After lunch she rushes off to play bridge or canasta all aftevnooi or to go to a meeting or a tea. 1( there ll nothing to go to she takes a three-hour nap WIVES MKK THIS EXIST, BUT AREN'T TYPICAL "Then she throws together a slapdash evening meal. The truth of the matter is that sh« doesn't do anything well. She Just tries to get by with a> llttla effort nj powible. She actually doesn't even bother to u« tho right color of thread when she does condescende to darn a pair of socks for her husband. "Why, I ask. should a man In hli right mind spend the rent of his life supporting anyone as lasy as the average American wife?" To begin with, the wife you describe Isn't average or typical. She does exist, that's tme. But no man h«s to be stupid enough lo take h«r on is a llfo partner. When a mnn marrtej a woman with no lalent for home-nuking. with no Inclination to be » full partner In marriage, wllh little Interest In anyone outside herself, It is hta own fault, He hasn't bothered lo look be yond a pretty face and nlca figure to see If there is any brain or heart or understanding. If he is gypped, then he h: gjpped himself. He has made a bad bargain because he doesn't think marriage Is important enough to require the use of his brains. So don't waste too much sympa.- thy ' Hy CA11.K DUO A3 NKA U'oman'i Kdltor NEW YORK fNEA>— Finding out just how a fabric will act in the tub and on the Ironing Iward is an Imi>ortc\nt part of stretching the wardrobe dollar in this year of high living costs. Among the fabrics least understood by the most women, rayon and acetate rank high. Few women realize that the two take a totally different handling and that when the two yarns are used In combination the procedure for acetate Is the right one to use. Rayon, fur instance, can take heat without melting and therefore can be hxmed with a hot Iron. Similarly, it can be safely washed In hot water. But acetate, which women tend to confuse with rayon, will "fuse" If a hot iron descends upon It. This means that acetate gets a warm— never a hot—Iron. And It follows that acetate must be handled with care In washing. Water must be lukewarm and the soap fabric, are equally and wholly j over pattern is used for surlac* moth-resistant ami neither one j Interest. . tlolerloriues with a*e. Bolh retain I carolvn Schmmir uses rayon I their whiteness wHhmil need lac -,,„, n ,,;, ate in CTm bmalion (right) blenching. (or this f | 0wi!lg crl , p( , wleh sweep . Acctule la the fabric (left) used ing. jileated skirt. Done in a light by Fllcol for a dress with bolero weight, it's a fnshion rightly de- Jacket that slips olf for dressy oc- signed for wear through sprinj casions. Trajmnto work In Rn all- aiut into .summur. Acetate dries faster than rayon l>ut it Is also less absorbent, which means thai rayon ta somewhat more comfortable to wear. The two If you are allergic to dust from fefthers, wool, hair or fabrics ot all sorts during the hot weather months, remove carpeting, rugs and draperies. Polished floors. Venetian blinds and architectural valances provide an inviting homelike interior of brand new motif. Optn «:30 p.m. Show SUrls »t Dusk. ^ Showi Kv«ry Nljht TUES.-WEI). Dollar Nile* Bring a Car Load For $1 Cartoon & Comedy •••••••••1 your brother, if he had You can freeze rolls, coffee cakes ( thought women were a little more nearly any other baked goods right in the cardboard box in which they are sold. important In the scheme of things he would have used his brains 111 selecting a life-time partner. A BETTER AWNING... AT A MASS MARKET PRICE! 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