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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW? Jane SheJton, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Linen Shower Honors Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr. A linen shower at the home o: Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck honored Mrs J. L. Westbrook, Jr., a recent brld( Friday, when Mrs. Jamrs Vest was hostess to 23 guests for the event. The guests spent the evening ir embroidering names on quilt block? which were later presented Mrs Westbrook for n friendship quilt. A handmade apron as prize for the best needlework went (o Mrs Betty Young. Chrysanthemums decoraled the entertaining room and the dinlm; table from which party foods wa: served was overlaid In lace. Gifts for the honorec were arranged on a side table draped it imported linen. For the occasion she was presented n corsage of white carnations, which she pinned at the shoulder of her gray frock. Luncheon al Club Honors Osceolans OSCEOI.A. Dec. 11—Amid a setting of bridal white. Miss Karolyn Rose Spelse. bride-elect of Clem Whistle Jr.. Miss Peeey Jane Driver. bride-elpct of Uoyd Gotlley Jr.. Miss Kate Thomason, who Is betrothed to Ed Mccorkle, and Mrs. David Gwaltney. who was until her Sunday marriage. Miss Beltye Noll Hoh- bins, were honored Saturday. Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. Godfrey Whit* and Mrs. Chnrle.s Loivrance •ntertained with a chicken chow meln luncheon at the Blytheville Country Club. Mothers of the honorees and Mrs. Lloyd Gortley were Included In Ihe guest list. A centerpiece of white bride's loses Interspersed with stcphano- tls and flunked by white tapers In branched silver candelabra was used. For the event. Miss Thomason wore > golden corduroy sports dress and a hat of chocolate brown with ft velvet facing- Miss Spelse selected » black vel- T«t frock with a short jacket and accessories of black. A Email checked grey suit was worn by Miss Driver. Her hat was of matching material and her nc- ««sorles In black. A red suit worn with a hat of winter white was chosen by Mrs. Gwaltney who completed 'her costume with black accessories. The guests of honor were pre- ••nttd crystal from their hostesses. Circles Combine For Meeting Joint meetings were held fester-' day by circles Orie and Two of the I-ake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service. Ths eighteen members met at tti« home of Mrs. Iverson Morris and Mrs. c. B. Wood WHS co-hostess for the session. Prayer by Mrs. C. M. Baxter preceded the business discussions, •which were led by WSCS president, Mrs. Billy King. Plans were discussed for the purchase of a water heater for the church kitchen »nd the group agreed to purchase equipment for th« primary classes of the church. The afternoon's program was opened with the reading of the poem. "I Heard the Bell," followed by scripture reading and the address. "Preparing the Way," given by Mrs. George McGhehcy, and '"'Short Term Christian Workers" discussed by Mrs- Jimrm'e Sanders. Mrs. w. L. Green led in prayer preceding croup singing, which adjourned the meeting. A dessert course was served. 8706 11-18 By Sue Burnett Highlight of your dre.M-up wardrobe lor the winler season is this itunnlng date frock that's so ncv/ and smart See hov/ nicely It ^llms your walsl, the tiny button rim, the big pockets. Your audience will approve. Pattern No. 8706 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 11. 12. 13. H. 16, 18. Size 12, 3?i yards of . . , . 35 or 3S-!ncti; rim. Mrs. Bert Ross Is WMU Hostess Mrs. Bert Ross yesterday was hostess at her home to 11 members of the Womens Mis^ionnry Society of the Baptist Chapel Mission. Mrs. R. \v. Woolen conducted the meeting and Mrs. Ross was the only guest. Mrs. John Nelson presented the afternoon's devotional and the -meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. C. E. Parks. The lesson study. 'Tilerims from Spanish America" was directed by Mrs. Bill Crockrr anri the mertinr adjourned with sentence pi aycr> icarlh. led by Mrs. Crocker anri closed by ' Mrs. Eleanor Swaffnrr). Junior Fashion First son ami Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Brog- ilon and rmi spent the weekend in Little'Reck. | Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Manners ol SI. Ijmilf is-ere (lie weekend guests of Mrs. Manners parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Golladay. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gucrian have (•turned to (heir home in Roswell. N.M., alter having visited here with their daughter. Mrs. James Terry, Mr. Terry and family. They were accompanied to Roswell by Mrs. Percy Wright, who will spend tlie Christmas holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Guerian, Mr. Gucrian .mi daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Minor Lowry ol Memphis have returned (o their hcme aficr having been the weekend cuesU of Mr. and Mr* Harlan Healey. Mr. and Mrs. J. Srunuel Lanrirum Mre the Sunday guests o! Mr. and Mrs. Guy 'Mills and son, Benny, of Memphis, W. H. Caldwell Is reported In an mproved condition at his home on Barlield Road alter having been a Jatient at Blytheville Hospital. Darlan O'Kcefe, daughter of Mr. •xnd Mrs. Jack O'Keefe of Memphis Is reported In an Improved —dition at Memphis Methodist Hospital where she has been reported seriously 111 for the past two .veeks. She Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns of Bly- , yard contrast for Por this pattern, send 30c in JOINS, your name, address, slra? leslred, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 373 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The Fall and Winter Issue of FASHION Is Just what you've been valting for—a complete guide in „ a wearable wardrobe for a new season! Gift patterns printed inside. 25 cents. Church Women Haye Yule Party The annual Christmas party combined with the final meeting of the rear yesterday honored members of the Christian Womens Fellowship of the First Christian Church. ..A 1 p.m. brlng-a-dlsh luncheon opened the festivities. The guests vere seated at long tables decorated In holiday motif and also arranged In the room was a large ighted Yule tree. The Invocation was given by Mrs. Jim Rainwater and following the uneheon a short program was presented under Mrs. Rainwater's direction. The 23 members later exchanged Jits and the afternoon closed with repeating of the missionary benediction. Banquet Given For W. M. U. A banquet In celebration of the holiday season last night honored members of the Number Nine Baptist Womens Missionary Union. Twenty-one members met at Ihe lome of the minister, the Rev. Gene Schultz and Mrs. Schultz for the affair, which also concluded the sea- on ot prayer. Mrs. SchulU MVP the devotional mid Mrs. Raymond Whittle Ihe invocation. Seated at srnnll tables, miniature Yule trees and scenes formed each center design, A l.irce iiu'hlcrt (tee held gifts. which the guests later exchanged. \ Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Jim England are . . visiting in l^exihgton, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Prank nine and . J • — n". •" "if, uL<aiiiC.&o In home appliances and packaged mixes has changed all that. High finance has discovered the American cook, and elevated her to a lofty position in our national economy. Women who know their groceries are holding down some of the highest paid positions In th« coun- N try's biggest corporations, Just do- m g what comes naturally—bustling meeting of 15 members, one new about a kitchen. inemljcr and three guests of Circle] Manufacturers of home appli- Four. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe was co- hostess and the program was under Ihe direction of Mrs. Hugh Hudson. The group also entertainer! with a kitchen shower lor the church kitchen. Twelve members and three guests it Circle Five met at the J. E. Brasley home with Miss May Dixon is hrt.stcss. The Bible study was led by Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mary Outlaw directed the program, which was Ihe playing of records, "The Story of (he Chimes." The homes In which the members net were decorated In the holiday motifs e<iid the hostesses served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Golladay !e[t :hls morning for St. Louis where they will spend « week. Oliver Coppedge, Jr., WHS removed to his home In Pride Division this morning from Ihe Blytheville Hos- lital, where he had becti a patient 'or a week. Pvt. Glen E. Ingram will leave .omorrow lor Fort Bcnning. Ga., after having spent 16 days here as jue-st of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Ingram. Pvt. Ingram, who was formerly stationed at Fort Ord, Calif-, will begin paratrooper train- Ing. Program Given For Dell WSCS "Offering Our Gift's".was the program given last night for the 28 members and one guest of the Dell Methodist Women's Society o f Christian Service, who met at the church. Mrs. o. E. Hunnicutt and Mrs. R. Q. Edwards were hostesses lor the •session which opened with t devotional given •JBy_Mr5. E. H. Hall. Mrs. Ann Copa_was the only guest. Program participants were Mrs. Boyce Russell, Mrs. H. B. Crawford, Mrs. I,. O. Peterson and Mrs. Hall, A business session, under the direction of Mrs. Mavis Scttlemlre followed. The hostesses served a dessert course. 8 Girl Scouts Awarded Badges Eight members of Blytheville Girl Scout Troop One received certificates Saturday entitling them to the Girl Scout Cooking Badge. These awards were murte after the troop had completed a cooking school sponsored by Arkansas-Missouri power Company. Church Women Meet in Homes Women of the First PresbyUrian Church yesterday met in homes for Circle sessions which were hleh- HghUd with programs concerning the approaching Yule season. Circle One met at (he home of Mrs. C. B, Bennett with 17 members and one guest attending. Mrs. Har- TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1951 Cook Comes Into Her Own; Degree Required for What Grandma Knew Bj DOROTHY HOE Associated Preirn Women'i Editor This Is Ihe era of the glorified cook. For generations house wlve« have been turning out succulent roasts and Juicy apple pies, savory stews and spicy puddings, all as a matter , of course. The applause usually was a masterpiece vey T. Kldd was program leader ...- -,.,,.„ md' Mrs. Ed Rice read the story, I negligible, even for 'Christmas in Other Lands," | meal. Seventeen members of Circle Two I Bu t today's age O f big business met with Mrs. H. H. Houchlns for '" ' the Bible program under the direction of Mrs. C. M. Gray. Mrs. Vcrnon Tliomasson and Mrs. Jesse M. White were hostesses at the While home to 17 members of Circle Three. The program vat under the direction ol Mrs. George Yates. The borne of Mrs. George Dillahunty, Jr.. was [he scene of the Baptist Women Have Sessions Circles of Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union met vestcr- day io homes. ^ Mrs. Henry McCain was hostess to members of Circle One for the. session, which opened with prayer by \fr.s. XV. F. O'Neal. A business session preceded the Bible study led 3y Mrs. H. J. Fonrircn. Mrs. Cordie Miller and Mrs. Joe McCain were guests and the meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. A. D. Priest. Mrs. R. E. Smothers led -the opening prayer at the meeting ol Circle Two at her home. Mrs. Jack Attaway conducted the meeting and Mrs. Darryl Lunsford directed (he Bible Study. Mrs. Bill Harden was hostess to Circle Five members and one guest. Miss Wanda Johnesey. Mrs, L. D. Marr led the opening prayer and following the business discussions Mrs. Helen Richey directed the Bible study. Prayer by Mrs, Mary McGruder closed the meeting. Mrs. Charles Llpford was hostess at her home to Circle Six for a program meeting. The devotional was offered by Mrs, Boyd K. Tittle and program participants were'Mrs Air Jones and Mrs. P. H. Jernlgan! A social hour follow each adjournment. ances as well as the Riant food corporations have to have someone to their product,-: and dream up new ones—and that's where (he cook's payoff begins. Called Home Economics There's a new title lor this Important but age-old career nowadays—ifs called home economics, and girls get college degrees In the subject. B'.it the gist of it is just what grandmother knew by instinct—how to put together a number of apparently unrelated raw ingredients and turn nut a dish to set before a king—or a corporation president. One of (he most successful of today's career cooks Is a llghlheart- cd and charming lady named Eulalla Crum Blair, who presides over all the technicians in all the test kitchens at General Foods Consumer Service Department in New- York. In private life she's Mrs. Edward HI Tevriz. nomemaker and financier, who can read an annual report or a balance sheet with as much ease as she scans a cookbook. Says she: 'Who knows more about economy than a cook? Prices of food reflect the business conditions of the country. A successful cook has to be a combination of accountant, nutrition expert and artist, to keep a family happy, well-fed and satisfied with their meals." After a childhood spent on a farm In Michigan, where she saw the food growing and learned to cook it, can It and preserve It, Eulalia went on to major in borne economics In college. She then progressed through a number of jobs to her present lofty pinnacle, directing the cooks who prepare food for color photographs in national advertisements, overseeing others who test the packaged products and dream up new recipes which must pun, muster with the taste test panel. Travels By Plane Another in this new generation of tycoon cooks Is Betty Olson, young, blonde and pretty director of home economics for Ihe Crosley Division, AVCO Manufacturing Corporation. Betty, out of college only nine years, filet more than 100.000 miles a year teaching men how to sell kitchen appliances to women and also supervises her factory staff ol 17, field staff of nine and some 50 other home economists employed by her company throughout the country. Sh< believes that one of the greatest opportunities for would-be career girls today lies In home economics for appliance manufacturers, »nd at present is crusading (or more specialized college courses in this field. To further her Idea, she has set up a program under which women students at Ohio state University are working in CrOsley de- pa rime nts on three - month stretches, earning scholastic credits. She thinks home appliances should be sold to women by women, since women are the ones who understand what a kitchen means. Week of Prayer Ends at Church The December Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions In connection with the annual Lottie Moon program and offering closed Friday night at the Gosnell Baptis't Church. The Women* Missionary Union met each night beginning Monday at (he church for the programs with an average attendance ot 13 members. Mrs. Mattle Matter directed the programs. For the nightly sessions, the entertaining rooms were decorated In compliment to the, holiday s/ason, Coming Events Social Calendar Tu««Uy Memorial Methodist Church has 7 p.m. Prayer Service at the home of Mrs. Jack Roberts. Benefit card party at Country Club with proceeds going to Damon Runyan Fund beginning at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. dessert canasta at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. Everett Peterson, Mrs.'W. H. O'Keefe and Mrs. W. M. Jontz, hoslesses. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Chapter "D" of PEO has Yule party. Mrs, J. A. Leech hostess. Mrs. John Lentl entertaining Club Eight. . Miss Vera Goodrich hostes* to CIB Club TLE Club meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. M. F. Day hostess to Town tertalned by Mis« Burleene flrlnn. Miss Florence Moore, Miss Betty Doddi and Miss Jane Sho)ton at the Shelton home, 1520 Walnut, at 7:30 p.m. Friday Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church has covered dish supper and annual Christmas party at the church at 6 p.m. Mrs. Freeman Dorris hostess for Stitch and Chatter club. Woman's Club has 2 p.m. Execu- ' tive Board "meeting followed oy eg- ular session at 2:30 p.m. Coffee at the Country Club from 3 till 5 p.m. Mrs. Weldon RainwAler, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. James C, Guard and Mrs. Dale S. Bricgs, hostesses. Saturday Miss Donna Johnson becomes the bride of Russell C. Mosley In 3 p.m. ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church. Cotillion Club Christmas datite in the Mirror Room at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr, and Mrs. M. F. Day hostess to Town Mrs . w . H. pease, Mr, and Mrs, and Country Club at the Rustic Robert Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Frt-e- Thursday Mrs. Newell G. Jerome enlertain- ing La f-'ueve. Annual Christmas program Blytheville Junior High and Senior High Glee Clubs at the high school auriitoriiim 8 p.m. under direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Thursday Rook Club has 1 p.m. luncheon-Yule party at the Razorback. Mrs. P. B. Joyner entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Alex Curtis. Mrs. Homer Wilson entertaining Octette Club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. W. L. Homer. Thursday Club meets at the Co m- try Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Miss Mildred Chambers being en- Duplicate Bridge League plays at of Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. SATURDAY MIDNITE SHOW Starts 11:30 "She Shoulda' Said 'No'" wifh All Star Hollywood Cast The film every grown-up should see! An expose of (he "Dope Racket". COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THE RACKET with Robert Milchum and T,izaheth Scott ( LOVE NEST with .lane Haver and Wm. Lundigan TAVO TICKETS TO BROADWAY with Tony Martin and Janet I.eijrh BEHAVE YOURSELF «ifh Shelley Winters and Farley Granger Ten Members Attend Session Ten members of the Young Women's Association of Huffman Baptist Church last night met at the home of Mrs. Milton Dallas for the Lottie !.foon program and offering. Following the annual program a potluck supper was served. At Ihe Hospitals Blythevtlle Hospital Dismissed: Oliver Coppedge, Jr.. City. John Lowell Miller, City. Walls Hospital Oismi^ed: Gregory Gofl, City Concela Hermandcr, Manila Mrs. D. w. Self, Llixora home service advisor, at a tea. Members ol the troop enrolled were Melia Saliba. Imogene Reese, Betty Jean Braokln. Shirley Kln- ninm'onlh. Elaine Oennlng, Bettye ....... .„...., v<-»,>t>n..^. >',»<ILMIIIII, C,lrtl]|e Ljt^JJnlllJi, UCtlVC The certificates were awarded by Collier, Ann Blackwell and Carolyn Mrs. Phyltss Coleman, Ark-Mo Clements. A Txittifi Mnoti ofTerino; was tnkcti to conclude 1 the evening's activities, j Insect lite exists miles above the as hiah as four | surface ot the i Read Courier News Classified Ads Reii©yss d!s |; fe "/* 5 % Babys Cold!**'; While He Sleeps And rlcht at • •What a world of happy relief your child gets whenever j ! ou rub warming, comforting Viel-s VapoRub on his throat, chest and back. VapoRuh brings such soothing relief because it starts right to work Instantly ... 2 ways it once... jf With Its spc- * cial medicinal vapors it PENETRATES to cold- irritated breathing passages. 2 And right at thesametime, VnpoRub actually STIMULATES the chest and back surfaces like a warming, comforting poultice. For hours — even while your child sleeps—VapoRub keeps tip this wonderful relief-bringing action. Often by morntnct the worst miseries of the com arc gone. Try It! IF THERE'S MUCK COUGHING OR STUFFINESS... vapoKUD in vapor- spasms and upper ^i ^zer or bowi'ji boii- bronchial congestion! tf—I Give pnrtrails this Christmas. . .for Hie perfect gifts! O'Slcen's capture your •personality in life-like portraits you'll be proud to give your family and friends! No appointment necessary! 115 West Main St. Phone 1571 -WhitSltf': SPECIAL EVENT SALE in Time lor Quite Festivities ill BETTER Cocktail Dresses Drastically Reduced (Formats Not Included) Sale Starts Tomorrow ian Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. 'hillips Robinson hosts and hos- Controlled Current Clicks heard in an electric Iron when in use are caused by . the 3[reratlon pf the thermostat. When. ihe iron reaches the desired temperature, this turns oft the current* then turns it on again when it has cooled a little, and so keeps the , iron from overheating. Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our pro- Zram announcements. Boj Office rhone 2753 Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens it 1:15 Show Starts Z:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each Tuesday & Wednesday «fc RUTH JH STEVE MiANCOCHRAN It's ilttS "Because You Like.Smart Things' -HENRY 8U\NKE"Fu«7asr tow p*r* M Co*in M Guy E>x9ora Selected Short Subjects Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Tues.-\Ved. — 2 Hi<8 ELEANOR MIXER mm DEXTER SffiSOHT LCAVA Selected Short Subjects CONCRETE CULVERT TIUE Sl?ts ap In 3S In. Mela) Culvcrls Slits up to SI In. A. H. WEBS Automatic Flood rinlrj Concrflt A- Metal Seplic T.inks Sewer Tile Best Prices \\> Deliver Hifhwa.v SI at stale Line Thone 711

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