The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1948 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 2, 1948
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. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1048 ~c?OC4 J3LYTHEV1I.LE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Tactfulness, Not Commands, Brings Too-Timid Child Out of His Shell 'lione I1G1 Miss Whitworth Is Wed In Candlelight Ceremony In R candlelight ceremony solemnized yesterday afternoon at '> o'clock at the First Methodist, Church, Miss Hope WhUwortli. daughter ol Mrs. J. w. Whitworth became the bride of Elwcod Deen, son of A. S. Hoen and i)>c late Mrs Deen. The Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor, officiated at the double ring rites In the presence of intimate |Tfriends and relatives. A jetting for the wedding parly was formed of floor baskets of white gladioli and |»m pan chrysanthemums flanked by tapers burning in wrought iron candelabra, against a background of fern trees and palms. The prie dicu was covered with while satin and a sheaf of white gladioli aim pom pon chrysanthemums with maline flufl. A program of nuptial music was presented by ML« Ann Deen, organist, who played the traditional wedding marches. Strains of "Clair De Lime" by DeBussy could he heard during the exchange of vows. She also played "Evening Star" from Town Elalls Tannhauser and "Adasio Cantabile" from the "Path- etique Sonata" by Beethoven. Miss Helmti Johnsen, vocalist, sang "If I Could Tel! You", and Sehubcrts "Ave Maria". Mrs. James Elslander of Driver. sisUr of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a frock of blue crepe fashioned with a front drape and fishtail back. The long sleeves came to a point over the hands and s!ie wore a matching blue hat trimmed with gold sequins. She carried an arm bouquet of Better Times roses tied with matching ribbons: Miss Eutopia Whitworth. also a sister of the bride, lighted the tapers. Her dress was fashioned of black crepe trimmed with rliiue- stones, ivith long sleeves. Her hair was tied with a large black velvet bow, and her corsage was of yellow carnations and shades of yellow freezias. The bride, given in marriage by >^<cr brother-in-law, Don V. Cole of Bay St. Louis, Miss., wore an original dress of pa'.c blue silk fashioned with a side drape. Her hat was at', original French model of ostrich feathers and a pin); French rose with a short veil in front and draped to her shoulders in the back. Her accessories were oi grey. She carried an arm bouquet of pink camellias, valley lilies and, blue hyacinths with blue florettes tied vith pink satin ribbons and blue maline. John Deen of Lake Providence, La., brother of the bridegroom, -served as best man. Ushers were Louis Payne of Greenville, Miss., Barnes Crook and Leonard Oldham. Immediately following the ceremony, the couple left lor K wedding trip after which they will return here to'makc their Home. The bride wore for traveling, a grey gaberdine suit with a green feather hat and matching gloves, with grey accessories. Mrs. Whitworth, mother of the gtride. wore a black dress with black Accessories and pinned a corsage of white gardenias at her shoulder. Mrs. Harold Wright, sister oj the bridegroom, wore a blue wool suit with black accessories and her corsage was of white gardenias. Out-of-town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Richardson and son, Pat, of Deering. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. John Deen of Lake Providence, La., Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nicholson of Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac McKay of Steele, M 0 ., Louis Payne of Greenville, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Doll V. Co!c and children, of Bay St. Louis, Miss. Steak Supper Is Given By Mr., Mrs. Ray Hall Employes of Arkansas Grocery were honored Friday night when Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall entertained with a steak supper at the Rustic Inn Birthday Party Given For Arthur Snodgrass Authur Don Snodare.w, son of Mrs. Odle Yarbrough, W'as complemented Friday night when Mrs. Don Haley entertained with a '• party for him at the Women's Club The affair was in celebration of his Hth birthday. Twenty-live I guests attended. j Crepe paper streamers in bright colors formed the setting for dan- I cing and games played during the evening. ; Refreshments of a ham plate with iced drinks were served, j Chaperoncs for Hie affair were • Mrs. Haley, Mrs. Yarbro and Miss Ann Martin. | Junior Leaders Corps Has I Steak Supper at Rustic Junior Leaders Corps of the Bly- i theville "Y" together with tlieir : leader, Miss Alice Saliba, had a 'steak supper Saturday night at the Chirk Room of the Rustic Inn. Following supper the guests ; danced. Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Youns Women's Auxiliary of First .Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Shelboume Brewer at 7:30 p. m. r Tuesday < Tri-Town Bridge Club meeting at the home of Mrs. J. Mell Brooks i Jr I Tuesday Bridge Club members j will meet at the home of Mrs, Rt; ley B. Jones in Manila. i La Neuve Chib members being , entertained at the home of Mrs. i Clarence s. Webb. 1 Wednesday Mrs. L. E. old entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club Members. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mrs. w. p. Mahon with Mn. Bill Ferguson as hostess. Town and Country Club meeting at the home of Mrs. R. C. Rose. Thursday Club Eight .meeting" at the home o! Mrs Paul Jobe. ' Octette Club meeting at the home j of Mrs. R. c. Rose at Roscland. | Bunco Club being entertained at I the home o! Mrs. L. A. Daughter} 1 . : Jolly Eight Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Grover Wren. Mid-week Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. W. L. Horner. Thursday Contract Club meetin? at the home of Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. Friday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sig ma Phi w'ill meet Friday, 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gene Atkinson, 918 Chickasawba. Mrs. Lendennie Fowler entertaining C. B. C. Club members at her ' home. Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet at the home of Airs Chester Caldwell at 2 o'clock. Mrs. R. L. Wade will be hostess j and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. co] hostess, to the Dorcas Sunday School t Class of First Baptist Cliurch, Friday, 3:30 p.m. at the Wade home on Walnut and I5th St. Civic Calendar Monday Junior chamber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Lions Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion—7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 P-m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club—12:10. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Osceola Events Tuesday Mrs. Wcldon Nebcl and son, Ken. have returned from Cape Glradeati, Mo., where they spent two weeks with her tnothej-, Mrs. R. n. Cede. Miss Betty Jean Goff, student .it , Miller-Hawkins Business School In j Memphis, win be Initiated In Ihc Mid-South Typing Club tonight at » dinner in Hotel I'eaUody. She is i the daughter of Mr. and Mrs S ! Goff of lllythcville. ' . E. F. Still went to Memphis Saturday to be with his father who is ill at a hospital In Memphis. Mi', anil Mis. Ed ounter Murff are the parents of a son born Friday at their home. The baby has been I named Nathan G'jnler Murff. Mr. and Mrs. Loins Applebamn and children, Mr. and Mrs. L a Nnsh, Mr. and Mrs. w. C. HigKln- son, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellucr. Miss Dorothy Jean KlgRlnson, Miss •Jeltye Claire Huffman, Mrs.' Vera Goodrich, and Miss Ila Rogers, attended (he Ice Follies In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Dor. V. cole and children, of Day St. Louis, Miss have returned to their home after spcnd- |lng several days here with Mrs •J. W. Whitworth and family. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Owen attended the Ice Follies yesterday in Mem- pins. •Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Garrigan. and ; n"'' a ,',' d ,,!! Irs - R ' A ' Nclso " attended the Holiday on Ice in Memphis yesterday afternoon. Miss Margaret Crook, student at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La., returned to school yesterday after a week's visit with her mother. Airs. J. E. Crook and brother, Barnes Crook, and family Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller, Miss Polly Flanagan ntld Howard Ballaid spent yesterday In Memphis where they attended the Ice Follies at Ellis Auditorium. Condition of Mrs. J. s, Gezzell who ls III at her home with pneumonia, is unchanged, Her son, Neal and Mrs. Gezzoli of Jonesboro have been with her for the past week • Mrs. John O. Weathers and son a7 em r 0( y e " of Montgomery, AIa.[ iSiF'-r? g •"*"""*'" Raymond Thursday'^' *" l ° rCtUr " h °'»* t«^ i" ™ ompson Jr - is spending Hrst „!,,. In ovrrcunilni » (l,,,ld chilli's sh.vnov* Is I,, !,„.„,. ,,„,. yo.n c ,ter In to pi,,. R,fr,,h ln ,n U .„,, ,.„,„ ,«, „ torn, hut should nUy In the b»rk,jroiunl. By Kv» I.twls .Smith 4. ---- _ (Written for SEA Service) i'<»*^ii jui ,n,n orrvucj ,_ , NEW YORK (NEA>—"Mary ! *"' llls '° l""V<imc, Mrs. A. wlsc- lon't bury your nose In thnt book ! y slll >' f<l '« Ihf background but Qo outdoors and piny the wnv c w " s '' CIU| - V w!ll > retreshincuts i'our sister does." ' ' "" rt names to keep (hem hiippv HIM don't Qo you How many times have you heard a mother deliver such commands In n well-intentioned but misguided effort to force her child lo play? As a consulting psychologist specializing in parent ediicnllon, I've been asked repeatedly what can be done lo pry Mary away from !her books, stop her rtaydrciimlm; and nuke her behave like other children. interested. After Marcln became well-nc- mial ted with p , e child, more little guests were 'nvllcd in to ntay Meanwhile-. Mrs . A tl . c tfullv built "P her daughter's security 'in ti u . Ki-oup by driving a w neighborhood children | n school („ b nd wenthcr. taking them to the zoo jimd so forth, Hofore long Mni-ela hnd umirii, i " "Mib miijcm jlfld lost Unfortunately, parents who cure-'""," 1 ' ' 1<M (olmcn ' lll »Mity. She I fully provide for their offspring's iphy 1 -- 1 •• ..'.»>.•> I Illfl vslcal development, and intellectual training often overlook the equally Important, need (o rreognbe individual differences In dren. Each child presents n different problem to tils parents, one child may have , m out-going ¥l ma l- Ity. He makes friends readily, needs up urging to inn „„,! ,.„,„,, witl) oilier children. Another child in the same family m . ly be just (he reverse le prefers a big chair with a book finds it hnrd lo make friends, Is apt to create nil imaginary world i for himself wliicl. is more real to ! him than the actual world. The understanding mother Is aware of tempermentnl differences between her children. She will want to help each one respect his individual nature and grow up to live with It. she will not compare one child with anollicr In behavior or achievement. The timid child needs help in learning to adjust to the everyday world. If your youiiRster presents this problem in temperament don't criticize his love of books, or i-icli- ""'• his imaginative fancies. In- was iible to meet (he test of'hold- Ini! her own as In hnlrlcriuV homes. In u,ls way. a certain bal- i re-cognize , ","f ,.!; VI "! <" 1 '> 1 « 1 <*l I" Marc-la's «,- tlieir chll. \ f . " ' lc ""nmcnt-a fact which will nn. l "' '.V 00 " f ' tC " cl '"'-miKl.. nut her adolescence when «,ct,il limlcilty would become n still greater problem. We the Women Until Min,.|i the hnnsevvlvcR -*--«",, c 'nils time, i . rather home- PAGE KV»' NEWS! Dog Bites 'Dog' invlngs. Miss Thorndyke, a comely, ;ar-old Crewe ichoolmwm, • o Chicago under a Utchcr'i hange plan. For a yew she n Chicago, receiving the urn* as she did at her Job In C The Chcslre Education Cu ms reaffirmed 11$ decision nnkc a givmi toward the 500 (J2.COO) of her own money 1 Miss Thorndyke spent * onus meet In Chicago. -TJKMI The Crewe Education CommltU» knowing that the 500 poundi >h« spent were Miss Thorndyke'a m~ ng3 o! a lifetime, had appealed te the country »uthorltie» on h«r bt- lialf. m'rs^ll-m'li'r'd'tfn*'' 11 '" 11 . 11 ' 0 ''' " m " ml "'"" l j <"'"" i '«rt "'lei thi. to eat filmsol/. The do R WHS un entry Itl the Noiili Shoro"rjoa training (,'lub'j lrlal« In Clilcnjjo. rend t ( "housewife." Reason for defense wns my that a writer of scvmil [radio programs : h n d announced that she hud dropped the term "housewife" from her scripts, be- .tikiiKULuiivi; lailClCS, In- I j-.^^^ *? AM stead, make sure that he knows that 1 ca " 5e "° " lany Ki ^^'«3"i you love and accept him just as he i com l llfllllls Ir °'" Ruth Milled 1 it. housewives them- I At the Mme (lmCi postth . c ac ions such as reading with him, [ nvitlng youngsters Into your home < toi play, organizing picnics ami hikes i will gradually build up his Interest At The Hospitals Bl.vthevllle Hofpltsl Dismissed: selves, who claimed they wanted to be called something lhal sounded more important, more dignified, more glamorous. n "' t .-.till can't see wlmt's wrong with "housewife." It's n word made up of two words that should be terribly Important to women. The highest goal of most young women—even today, when all sorts of careers are open to them—Is to Bel u husband and have n house lo run. Once slip's yot her wish, why In tile world docs she object lo bring called a housewife? Dlssiittsflrd? "No, I still maintain there's nothing wrong with the term "housewife." If women object lo It, it Is Decker and baby, ' lllst a s| B" tnnl '"ey really feel their job is beneath them and. In Teachers' Life Savings Charged to Experience CH15WK. KiiKlnml (UP)—Hilda Throndykr wns a Cheshire school (ciu'hor who wanted lo know how I he other half lived. Shr found out by lenchlnif a year In Chicago but the expei'tcnco cost her her life'.s the world around "liim. Correspondingly, his imaginary world wi;i lake Its proper perspective. Here's a case In point, Mrs. A 's six-year-old daughter Marcia was to make friends. To help bring M,"" inVd °' hC1 " ShC "' Mrs ' A- ' <* invited one other child in lo nhw Stanley Hood left yesterday for Favetteville. where he will enrol !*t the University of Arkansas. Mi', and Mrs. j. c Ellis Jr • i a_re the parents of a daughter I " ' Saturday morning at the Blv j ville Hospital. Their second 1 and hi ?, 'L ecn naraed Ma r'ha Jane (and w.l be called Janie. Mrs. Ellis ; js^the fromer Miss June Reinmil- ' Dr. and Mrs. j. E . Beaslcy and daughter, Molly, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan attended the Ice Fol- M, m ", ei T, Ph '- S S atllrcla y "'Bit- Mrs. Oleiilis Lcachville. j ,_ u viiv Mrs. O. A. Murdoff »nd babv " letr dissatisfaction, they want to Mttnlla - .change the name. M H Clarcnce LOITCII and baby. 1 But changing the name won't Manila. change the Job. it's the same Job f™ nl L °'' eer ' city. -nnrt still the best Job open lo MIS. E. B. Mosley. city. women—whether it's called liousc- ^. , Walljt HosiiKal wife, homemakcr, or fntnlly exccuDismissed: t| vc Noel Deen, Caruthersville, M o Bte lrs3 . $? a " urn " a " d "»"»: i Read Courier Nc«- s Want Ads, Satisfaction Guarantied... WAVE iu* your own f<ivorlr» cu Contains WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 507 Tlie table at which supper wa.s scn'ed.. was covered with a white clotii and held as a centerpiece a « c bowl filed with pink gladioli, vlrs. Deen was presented with a gift from the host and hostess. Insurance Underwriter Wins High Sales Award J. L. Thompson Jr., underwriter j for the American United Life Insurance Company of Indianapolis, has been awarded an expense paid trip for himself and his wife, according to announcement today. Mr Supper Club will meet at the home of Mrs. 0. H. Lovewel! at 7:00 p.m. . Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer Service of the First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Two table ciub at the home of Mrs. Mike Nailling at 2:00 p.m. Thursday Kiwanis Club meeting at the Elementary School at 7:00 p m. Friday Boys and girls basketball game. Osceola vs. Shawnee, here. Announcement Cieorge M. Lee attended the Hollday on Ice in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Zeff O'Brien of Piixlco, Mo has arrived to make arrangements for th e funeral services o[ her son *"?..?: e'. B ™»'. «•>'» «'« KIMed en as to when it will arrive. Mrs. OBrien will leave tomorrow for """" iur YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER HOT FLASHESt FEEL CHILLY- Here's Good News! Are you between Hie ages of 38 and X> niui goins through that trying functional 'middle-ape' period peculiar to women? Docs this make 5'tni suffer from hot flushes feel clammy, sonrrrouj, IrrlUble. weak? Then DO try Lydla E. Flnkhan/i vegetable Compound to rellere such symptoms! Us famous for this! Many wise 'middle-age' women tnf:c fJnkham's Compound regular]y to help build up resistance against this Fink hum's Compound contains no opiates—no habit-forming druge. It helps nature (you know wiinl we mcanf). This great medirlnr also ha* what Doctors call a stomnchtc tonic cltect. .NOTE: IVjou m« r prefer r.YTIM F.. «i*i^ivi—no nanu-iormlng druge. It r J AM "i.'iCm i i Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND oo of his 1947 sales record. He anrt __ __ Mrs. Thompson will be awarded « The famous Kilimanjaro tusks vocation of a week at a resort hotel token in Africa m 1898, vciglic I-' near Indianapolis dunng the coming | most a quarter of a ton and sold s " mmer - I for S5COO. Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, Feb. 4_, 8:30 p. m. at the LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 Admission $1.00 Sponsored by the Ladies of rhc Catholic Church JACK and JILL LITTLE BOYS' SUITS 2 Piece . . . $5.95 and $6.95 •MHOI GIFT SHOWER? See Us for the Most Appropriate Gift! Complete Layettes THE TOT SHOP n« < 110 Mrs ' Mauric « (Shirley) Sanders ' St. P |, onc 2S08 Now is the time And Kirby's is t Place to Buy All Your CcrrspJate Selection Famous GREETING CORDS HALLMARK VALENTINES Beautifully Designed 5c-10c Whitman's Candies In o Wide Assortment of Valentine Boxes Including Heart Shape (1 & 2 Ib. Bones) Back In Stock! _ _ Hevfon Lipstick —65c KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND —BROAD WAY-DIVISION BLYTHEVILLE ARKANSAS Georgia Whiter Com* To Aid of Negroes UXUNVILLE, Q». (UP)-White :ltlzcns of Walton County, whi«» 'our Negroes were lynched In July, have started a «ub«criptlon drlr» lor funds to rebuild two Ntfra churches burned by an artonljt. Until a 27-year-old Negro me rrested recently In connecllon with the burnings, Georgia ne»'ip»p«r» hinted that white personi ml»hl nvo been rtsix>nalb!e for the »rton. The Negro, Isaiah Grlmet, »llet- edly ha« admitted firing both chiirchw in revenge agalnit a bur- IB! society which used the churchei for (i* meetings. DO THIS-TAKE SIPTOL «iltt»ii cough prompll, . — I o <u • n i eoriQ*it[» n r9T e»\iiid br coldi, *oolh*» UBAI* l»!l*!id Ihioil, ' HEAD SIN 01. I, "M..,, ,„< COLDS >or It,. IKrgil." PI.I. t«i »ll» Eph.drl™. Ail fminu> .ov, ,1,^,1,1. COUOHS Continuous Shows Every Day B«x Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN ' 8:00 a.m. li:15 p.m. «|J| y \Mt Tim* Today Nightmare Alley with Tyrone Pawn *n< Joan Btaadell r.ramounl New»i Alw Ihari* Tuesday and Wednesday SCREEN'S MOST DARING DRAMA! YOUNS' ~>'MITCHUM \ Royal Wedding ot Prlneew Contlnuaut Showin* Ever; D«j Box OtHce Openi 6:5» Shaw SUrU 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. it §nn. Bargain Night Every M(ht Except Saturday N'o passes honored on Sunday a Roxy Theatre Lasl Time Today Home Sweet- Homicide nllli Lynn Bar! and tt.imlolph Scott foi Sens and Sel«ctetl Short Tuesday Wednesday The Runaround ullh Rod C*meron and EIU nnd Shtrt

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