The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1952 · Page 4
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FACE FOUR A/etuA (ARK.) COtJRIEB NEW! Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Sorority Chapter Hew Meeting In Berryman Home Th» Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Oatnma aorority Saturday night was «otortaln«d at the Ralph Berryman borne on Hearn Street when Mr». OeorgB Wiggs and Mrs. Berryman w»r» hostesses for & 6:30 p.m. pot- lack tupper meeting. Lavender asters arranged In lacey (reenery formed the supper table's «entr»] design and following the weal, Halph snd Marlha Nichols presented a program of folk music. The place of music In Delta Kappa Gamma was discussed by Miss tuna B. WUhelm. Mrs. Otis Sheppard and Miss Cecil Cassldy were named by the chapter to attend the district sorority meeting in Jonesboro on March g. Bridal Shower Given in Home . Twenty-three guest* met Friday «*. th« o. C. Elliott home to shower Miscellaneous gifts upon Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Jr., who was until her marriage. Miss Allene Archer. Mrs. C. A. VInson was co-hoates *or th» event and the guests spent th« evening in party games In which Mrs. Howard Caldwell and Mrs. Ray Svrtney wer« prlie srtn- Mrs. Potted plants marked the entertaining rooms and after the; honoree had opened the assorted gifts tt» hostesses served refreshments. . For the occasion Mrs. Anderson •elected > euit of navy blue and WM presented a corsage of yellow HIJw, a gift of the hostesses. Sew-Easy Kitchen Aid Nuptial Vows Exchanged In Home Ceremony Mist P»l*y Slauger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Slauger became the bride of Sgt. Pat Clilton of Boston, Muss,, and Blythevllle, ton of Mr, snd Mr«. Amos Clifton ol Blytheville. . The t p.m. ceremony was performed Tuesday »t the home of the groom's parents, with the Rev, David McPeake, minister of Trinity Baptist Church officiating. Mrs. Slnuger served as her daughter's only attendant. For her marriage, the bride wore a suit of navy blue with accessories ol white and an orchid corsage. Junior Clifton was his brother's best man. A reception followed the ceremony and after the bride and groom had cut the wedding cake, party foods were served. Topping the cake were the figures of a bride and soldier. Sgt. Clifton will leave Wednesday for camp at Bcston and Mrs, Clifton will temporarily be at home with the couple's' parents. She will loin him later. 8th Birthday Is Marked at Party Donna Sue Boswell observed her eighth birthday Saturday with a jarty for 28 guest* at the home of her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boswell. David Methlney and Linda Dover :ere prize winners In the party jomes. The birthday cake, which held eight lighted 'candles, centered the table from which the guests were served ice cream and' party foods. Favors were presented and Mrs. Boswell was assisted .during the afternoon by Mrs. Bill Rakestraw. By Sue Burnett Hare's i pretty and practical bib , «nron to make kitchen work lighter. It'8 shaped nicely, and combines W'0 fabrics with charm. Use bold ric rac for a colorful trim. Pattern No. S7S4 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 14. 16 18, 20; 40, 42. 44, Size 16. l>i yards ol piatn fabric In 38-inch; »i yard checked fabric. For this pattern, send aoc in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quinsy Street, Chicago 6. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 35 cents now for your copy. 3 TAs Plan Study Course; V!rs. Roy Bagley Leader "Ways to Mental Health" is the subject which has been selected for .he combined study courses planned for the Parent Teachers Associations of Blytheville elementary schools, Sudbury, Central 'and ,anj?e, Wednesday afternoon. ' Meeting at the First Baptist Church, the Central PTA will be lostess for the 3 p.m. study lesson which will be directed by Mrs. Roy Preceding the, study course, the Central PTA Executive Board will convene at 1:30 p.m. and a 3 p.m. session of the Central PTA U plan, ned. Memphis Home Economists To Lead Club Program Three home economists from Memphis will present the program, "What's New In Appliances." Thursday night nt the 1 p.m. supper meeting of the Mississippi County Home Economists. The event will be In a dining room at the Rarxjrback and lead- Ing the program will be Miss Ruth Ham, Miss Mary Kitchens and Nfiss Mary Hinton. South Holland Club Meets in Jones Home The South Holland Extension Club met Thursday in the home of Mrs. Thomas Jonas, «ith seven members attending. Mrs. A. G. Moseley. vice president, conducted the meeting and following group singing led by Mrs. Hugo Neal the afternoon was spent in working on club books. The hcstess served refreslimenUs and the meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Henry Barbour. . HM.B PtR GALLON, WITH OVERDRIVE -AND IT'S BEAUTIFUL" 3 WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT IN the Blytheville Courier News FARM IMPLEMENTS Blythevill. Mrs, Stella Caudel of Covlngton, Term., was a weekend visitor of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nance and children, Hal and Becky, are now at home at 702 Atn Street. Mr. and Mrs. Nance and family are former Caruthersville residents. Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Anderson and granddaughter. Jan Dcweraux nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. o. Anderson Jr were In West Memphis this afternoon to attend Ihe luneral services of Lt. Milton Lynn Anderson nephew of W. o. Anderson, Sr,, who died Friday of burns received hi an airplane crash. The group was Joined In West Memphis by Mr. snd Mrs. James Bell and son of Stuttgart and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson and son, Harold Anderson Jr., of Marlanna. Mrs. Jennie Walker was admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital Saturday and will undergo major surgery In the morning. Her daughter, Mrs. C. G. nertman left this afternoon for Memphis to be with her. Mrs. Wnlker Is In Room 541. Mr. and Mrs. Denjamin M. Lincoln of Little Rock were weekend guests of Mrs. Lincoln's mother Mrs. George Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lowers and on, David of Burr. Miss., were wcek- ;nd guests of friends. Former Bly- :heville residents, Mr. Lewers re- .urned to his home today and Mrs. Lewers and son'are remaining for a week's visit. Mr, and Mrs. E, M. Hegenold had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Green of Louisville, Ky. Miss Ruth Lee had as her week- id guest, Miss Ethna Green ol Nashville, Tenn. Included In out-of-town visitors icre yesterday for the funeral services of Judge Roland Green were Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Pigg and vllss Evelyn jean Plgg of Osceola; Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Maxwell, Bascom Green and daughter, Miss India Green nnd Mrs. India Sanders all of Memphis: Mr. ind Mrs. Abner Maxwell of Valdosta, La.; Mr. nnd Wrs. Lyman McBrirte. Mrs. Rlnda iVhite and son. Roy of shrevoport, La.. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler. Jr of Osceola and Mr. and Mi's, Beri "reen of Hot Springs. Mrs. Jim Roleson is In Memphis oday. Charley Lulcs !s reported In a satisfactory condition at his home on Soubh Highway 61 where he was removed yesterday from Walls Hos- illal where he had been a patient for several days. Mrs. R. o. Allen had as her weekend guest her son. R. C. Allen, who is a student at Vanderbilt, Nashville. Tenn, Mr. and Mrs. Harman Taylor had as their weekend guests, their daughter. Miss Vivian Taylor and her guests, Miss Ann Breed and Miss Libby-Holms n, all students at Southwestern, Memphis. Mrs. Kate Chandler, who underwent major surgery Inst week at Memphis Baptist Hospital Is reported ns much Improved nnd will be returned to her home Ihe latter part, of this week. Mrs. Chandler, who Is 83 years old, makes her hnme with her rtnughter, Mrs. Sam Godwin. Mr. n,,d Mrs. Henry Dodd spent the weekend In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Llmbird of Shoffner were the weekend guests o( their daughter, Mrs. Floyd Haralson and Mr. iHamlson. Mrs. L. P. Davis and daughter, Elaine, of Kennett are spending a week here ns guests of Mrs. Davis' sister. Mrs, johnny Fleitz and other relatives. MarriageLicettses The followinK couple obtained « marriage license Saturday at the office of the county clerk. Mrs. Ellz- abclh Blythe. Parker: Harvey Ashmore and Miss Pcgcy Ward, both of Blytheville. Coming Events Monday Gleaners Class of First Baptist Church ha* 7:30 p.m. rneetin* with Mrs. J. T. Westbroolt. Band Mothers have 1130 pjn meeting «t the high «chool. Tuesday Rainbow Girls meet at Masonic Hall for «:30 p.m. election of o(fi. cers. Mrs. E. M. Regenold hostess at Hotel Noble for 1 p.m. luncheon meeting of Tuesday Bridge Club. American Legion Auxiliary meeU at the Hut at g p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge 1-eague plays at 7:15. Mrs. James Terry enlei laming Trl-Town Bridge Club. Wednesday Mrs. J. J. Cookston, Mrs. R. A. Copeland and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester hostesses at the Masonic Temple at 7:30 p.m. to Past Matrons anri Patrons. Mrs. A, B. Reese hostess to Town and Country club, Club Bight meets with Mrs. Jesse M, White. Mississippi County Home Economists have 7'p.m. supper meeting at Razorback, Promised Land WSC§ has 7 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Maxine Moore. Duplicate Bridge Lpague plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Bill Lambert hostess to TLE Hub. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs M. o. Usrey. Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney hostess o GEO Club. Friday Joint 1 p.m. luncheon meeting of >EO Chapters "N" and "D". Mrs, Reba Perkins hostess to stitch and Chatter Club. Saturday Cotillion Olub lias 9 p.m. dance at Hotel Noble. Dr. and Mrs. W. T Rainwater, Mr. and Mrs. James toy, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton, vlr. and Mrs. Bab Le« Smith and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Regenold, host* and hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. MOKDAT, /ANTTAKT U. Miss Sue Osment to Attend VIethodist Workers Meet Miss Sue Osment. educational assistant at First Methodist Church lere, left this morning for i na- ional conference of missions and church extension workers at Buck Hill Falls, Penn. Miss Osment was elected a representative from the Northeast Arkansas Conference to attend the meeting held every fourth,year. She will return Saturday. At the Hospitals Blylherllle Hmpltal Dismissed: Mrs. Clark Martin, City. Lovett Pierce, City. Mrs. Vernon Brook, city. Linda Kay Rhoades, city. •Mrs, Marvin 'Cogglns, and baby, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Morgan and baby, Osceola. Mrs. J. E. Simmons. «nd baby City. Charley Lutes, City. Edna Presnell, Cltv. Frey Braylock, Huffman. Why Are Rectal Troubles Feared? Free Book — Explains Many Associated Conditions Backache, headache, constipation, dizziness, Intestinal conditions are aften caused by Piles, fistula or Colon Troubles. 40-page FREE BOOK explains the nature of these allmetil.s. Wrile today. Thornton i- Minor Hospital, Snile 911 E. Lin- woorl, Kansas City 3. Mo. Mexico's C/iaperone Ha&f dying Away to More Modem Influences By LAUKANCE r. STUNTB MEXICO CITY. (#)-Th» marriageable girl's chaperone persists in Mexico but she l« gradually giving way to modern influence. That trio seen entering i (movie aou.se Sunday afternoon Is'quite likely to be a courting couple and aunt, or perhaps a sister, niayb* It's a little brother who tags along. A relic of (he day when daughters •ere cloistered In the home until lift marriage, the custom was brought from Spain. It lingers now imong the well-to-do middle class ind especially in the smaller cities. Some Mexican men insinuate that iome of the supposed chaperones •ide. They suspect the girl friend •ings In an undated companion on the entertainment—a sort of double dnte with one man. One' such explained: "Going out In Mexico is expen- .ive. Some women like to go to the bcsl places and have men spend money on them. This is one of the many forms of women's vanity. Lonely Days "For this reason, since manV men Cannot afford to take a girl out, there are many lonely women especially on holidays. ' ''And when some brave man burdens himself with a girl, this girl adds a sister, a cousin or a friend. This is not exactly chaperonag*; out the women's social necessity to be entertained at the expense of the brave or the well-to-do." Chaperonage seldom begins until a girl is 15 y»ars old. By Spanish custom, her 15th birthday party is her coming-out party. She get's a r>arty dress, her father leads her In the first waltz and the family begins thinking about her marriage. Chaperone Enters ' That Is when the chaperone Is likely to enter the girl's lite. If the girl Is still unmarried bv the time she is 30, then she u old enough to chaperone somebody else By the unwritten rules, a chaperone does not take part in the conversation. The girl walks be- Lween her chaperone and her escort. The chaperone does not laugh at Jokes. She does not even appear to hear them—unless they are the sort ol Joke she should not hear. The escort pays for the chaper* one's movie tickets, her meals or refreshments In a restaurant and tier carfare. He U not supposed to bring her Into the conversation The chaperone Is there but everybody Ignores her. Her role Is to report to the father anything of which she disapproves. .If - her. report is adverse, the young man will probably find the girl has been forbidden to go out with him again.' Poor and Rich Exempt The poor girls and the very rich are. as a rule, unencumbered by chaperones. The poor because they are less concerned with the financial standings, social position and perhaps, intentions of the boys they go out with. The rich because they follow the freer ways of cosmopolitan society. An exception Is found among some old families of Imprint Stationery 100 Single Sheets or 50 Double with 50 Envelopes $1.00 51) Personalized Napkins 5100 •10 Imported Dinner Napkins $1.00 Greeting Cards for All Occasions .... Sac to $1.25 '. . • Novelty Gifts for Bridge or Canasta Prizes. ; Children's Birthday and Get Well Assortment loneBabn 524 No. 15th. Phone 3548 * The Sensational Paul and his accordion Singing the Songs You Like . . . Featured ' Nightly at the Razorback from 9 p.m.-l a.m. (Excluding Sunday) The Razorback wealth and Spanish blood who have held aloof from Jorelgn influence an *. **y» o< the modern ag«. A . , AjHs In ^ lv -"» '" (By -VF.A Senrke) Not to be overlooked in these nays of rush and run Is the imount ol dressing time you working girls budget for yourselves each morning. For If you arrive »l the office with your hair still up In pin curls, your slip slightly askew, and your hose hanging haphazardly, you may well consider taking stock of the situation. To save minutes in the morning, decide what you will near before you go to bed. B« sure thnt all repairs such as loose buttons and torn hems have been made. Plan your accessories thoughtlully. Allow at least one hour in the morning for breakfast and dressing. Get into the habit of scheduling your time so that at eight o clock you are brushing your teeth, and at eight-fifteen you are drinking orange juice. At least 15 minutes should be set aside Tor vour make-up cthis should Include your personal daintiness routine), and 15 minutes for actual dressing. Watch for stray threads and lint, If you wear seamed stockings, be positive they are straight. Keep everything In its place. Searching for shoes or hat pins at the last crucial moment can have a devastating effect. HOB- much easier and pleasanter to know, without having to give the matter any thought, just where to find everything! A carelully planned morning routine, will make a difference in your whole day. Try it. * RUTH MILLETT *l Vour Voice Con Be the Key] To Happiness in Your Home| By BOTH MILLETT, «» BUM Writer Farmers today are producing more vegetable and animal fats than can be consumed domestically. H»v« you «ver stopped t» think wh«t an Important role a woman's speaking voice plays In th« happiness of her hom«? Oo Into a house where th« mother's volc« la «h«rp wh«n ah* eor- rects • child, petulant when she speaks to her husband, h*rsh when fhe points out tnotbe^e shortcomings, triumphant when she says "I told you so," and the chances »re you aren't in » happy household. That voice i» too busy antagonizing all day, every day, to create > hippy atmosphere, But go into a house where the woman's voice Is quietly warm when she corrects a child, amused when she points out a human frailty, sollly feminine when she talks to her husband, and It's a different house entirely. That voice encourages and soothes, laughs and teases, quietly directs, and peace Is usually the result. Women can't be all-wise snd always cheerful. But they can do a lot about their voices. It's How You Say [t That Cminti Nagging Isn't words. It's a tone of voice. Sharpness with a child isn't just words. It's a tone of voice. Hatefulness often isn't in what Is said, but the voice in which the words are spoken. Watch your voice if you want to create a happy atmosphere around you. What you say Isn't nearly as important as how you say it. And how you feel will not be nearly so apt to affect your family if you watch your voice. You may be tired but it's when you let your voice become dispirited that- the whole iamily reflects your tiredness. Start really listening to other ivomen's voices. If you don't believe, how Important your own really Is. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Pecan Trees FOR YOUR HOME OR FARM You.can choose from a large selection of paper shell pecan trees at our nursery in Monette. Come and look around. For any special information, you may contact me in Blytheville at Oscar Alexander's... 600 South Franklin. R, B. SPENCER NURSERY Monette, Ark. Telephone 52 VALUABLE FRANCHISE DEALERSHIP FOR NECCHI SEWING MACHINES For Blytheville and surrounding territory. NECCHI is the sewing machine that =ews on buttons. . .makes button holes. . .embroiders.. appliques... blind stitches and many others WITHOUT ATTACHMENTS! For information write. .. MIDWEST DISTRIBUTORS 801 E. Ma re urn LiHle Rock, Ark. 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