The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 21, 1951
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PAGE TWO Society Jane Sheltoi), Society Editor f PLTTHEVILLB. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ewA SATURDAY, JULY «, 1951 Phone 4461 Rehearsal Dinner Tonight To Honor Luxora Couple Mr, and Mrs. L/igan Rozclto of Luxora wifi be host and nosie-ss tonight at a rehearsal dnuier at their country hotne honoring their daughter, Miss IJorothy Ann Rozelle and her fiance. John Fayion Randolph of Memphis and New Albany, Miss., and members of their wedding party. Miss Rowlle and Mr. Randolph will ba married in a brilliant cere- money to be solemnized tomorrow afternoon, 4:30 o'clock, at the First Methodist Church In Luxora. An all white molH will be carried out in the decorations of the Rczetle home tonight, where the buffet dinner will be held at 6 o'clock. The serving table -Aill be covered with a cloth of pure while Lice, centered wrtth a large ivhit<* wedding bell ringed with creamy white gardenias and flanked by slender while tapers held in cryslnl candlesticks, Each of the .smaller refreshment t »- , k , bl« which will be set up about, the I ' SSIM " S ' I '™» cs highlighted HF--\MTV iin« T-I «. ' Air S-1 hose Mr. Randolph some gagement to weeks ago. Memphis Visitor Honored By Miss Donna Dedman MlM Carlita Mitchell of Memphis, houseifuest of Miss Donna Dedmui and her parents, Mr. and Mr«. R, L. Dedman, was complimented Thursday night when her hostess entertained 12 girls at a bunking party at the Deilman home, B19 West Ash. After attending a movie, the Kroup hod a swimming: party at the Walker Park swimming pool, with Miss Mary Alice McWaters being named aa winner In » ewlmmlng race held. < A ."•"?:!••" supper,..and a late brwtfwt Friday morning wrv«] bj> / / •/ i I I nOU.SQWLTG AQVLSPCL lO .. ' v are beauty aids as well as slght- wilh vri'iiftil trim In center deftp give enU?ruimln« rooms, win be renter- | Wasla " of slenderni'M to broad-bridged nose. Glasses beautified with hor- ed with an arrangement ot while j Izontal ornamentation add apparent ivldth to thin-bridged nose orange bios-nuns. __ MLss Rozelle will he gowned in j a Kabro of Houston original off orchid liren with while pique trim and featuring a sheath skirt, she will pin a corsage of gardenias at her shoulder- Gifts will be presented their wedding attendants by Miss nczelle and Mr. Randolph belore the Kroup goes to the church lor the wedding rehearsal. The 30 giiMl.s will be limited to members of the wedding party anil of the two /nnillias. ' This party will conclude a series of interesting events which have been given for MLss Rozelle following the announcement of her en Bits of News By IIOIIOTIIV KOK Associated I'rcss Women's Editor bonic- wiitnt-ii ii>e ii-s mucji energy Just making a bed i>_s a male efficiency expert would use in getting out n lull day's factory production. 11111*1 women walk useless miles around the nnd U |> and cloini Hit stairs every day, when if they did things .scnsiuly they could hSve the household chores out of the way in Jig time, and be ready to dc . - -"-' ^ ----- ~*. v ... v,, v j,, j,^ M1[lt . illu , Dc f Cac y Q (| e _ hers can make an all-day pro- vole their energies to olhfr ,,«etul out i w ' - Jecc out oi washing the breakfast I enterprises. the livlns room after can be S.S. Claw Has Party At 0. 0. Stires Home Members, of the Fldelis Sunday School Class of First, Baptist Church were guest* Thursday night when tin. O. O. Slims R-RS hostess at her hom» on North Fifth Street. Mr«. Sllre*' daughter, Miss June Btlres, n\'a was a guest for the evening and played several piano selections. The devotional was presented by Mrs. Earl Walker, and the class teacher, Met. G. F,. Johnson, led thn group In prayer. Mrs. John Mitycs presided over the business Muslim, which was followed by a social hour during which the hostess served a dessert course. Simple, Thn'ffy To Sew dishes. Cleaning .... _^ u last night's bridge scMhin ..„, „„ more difficult than digging i ditch all day, IJ a woman puts her mind to being jcally Inefficient about It. Jiwt doing the regular housework, even with the aid of all modern push-button appliances, can leave an average puttcrcr In a stale of real and honest exhaustion, All this i* pointed out regularly by the hrime appliance experts, usually male, whn contend lhat the average U.S. woman wears herself If « state of collapse dally simply by Inefficiency, The efficiency experts claim that sllc h as litics 'club . work or mowing the lawn Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walton are spending a two weeks vacation with relatives In the New England states.! Miss Donna Dedman has an her guest for several days. Miss Carlita Mitchell of Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Oennlng and daughters, Elaine and Jeannit are spending the weekend in Helena with relatives, having gone down especially to attend the funeral services of Mr. Ocnning's aunt, Mrs. Jennie Keenon, held there yesterday afternoon. Mr..and Mrs. Tom Burn,s of East St. Ixitiis, jjl., formerly of Blj-ihe- ville. are spending several days here with relatives. They came especially to attend the wedding of Miss Mary lau Bass and Wallace Norman, both of Lepanto, which Is to be solemnized at the BUM home In Lepanto tomorrow f.fternoon, 6 o'clock. Here also to attend the wedding are Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Meyers of Memphis. w r ho are the weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Agnes Lane. Mr. and Mrs. George Mulr ami Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Hnucblns will have as their guests for the next two weeks, the Muir's daughter, Mrs. C. K. Hriidrfcluon, Mr. Hendiick- -ion and their children. Connie Cathy. David and Harry, all of Chester, Fa., who will arri 'e In Memphis tomorrow afternoon, where they will be met by Mr. and 'Mrs. HouchiriR. Also expected as. guests for next week In the Muir anil Jlotlcllins homes are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cochran and two child-'"" Tht 1551 Maid of Cotlon, Jr.iiuiinc Iloll.iml of Houston, Texas will lour 30 American cities, Kurope anil Latin America with an all- cotlon wardrobe created for her by more tlian 30 topflight American iJfsjrners. From this wardrobe, slie wears <lefO<n sheath dress * RUTH M1LLETT Cnchran Is the former Miss Doris Mulr cf Blythcville. Mr. and Mrs. Iial)))i Kccnm; will return Monday after having been In Helena for the funeral services yesterday afternoon of his mother, Mrs. Jennie Keenon. From Helena they went to Monroe, La., to be with two other of Mrs. Kecnon'.s sons. Henry and Walter Borsch and her daughter. Miss Jane Jiorsch, all of whom Coming Events Social Calendar Mnnilajr of First Baptist Ohurch . In circle groups as follows: Circle One. Mr.!. SJielbwno B-ewer- Crcle Two. Mrs. W. M. Williams! Circe Three. Mrs. j \v. Rayrter: C rclo Four. Mrs. Clmrles Nnwcnmlr Circle Five. Mrs. n. o. Black: Clrcl- Slx. Mrs, W. S. C. S. Holds Program Meet Mrs. J. R. Colcmnn was lioste.vs .it her l)ome nl a recent meeting of members of the Women's Society ot Chri.stm-i Service ot Wesley Memorial Church when the program topic " Here's where the girls really go to town in wasting,steps and energy. The usual procedure Is for mom lo pull nil the sheets and blankets off the bed and walk across the room where she piles them in a clnnr. Then she takes the bottom sheet, walks back, tucks it in on one side, walks around the bed to tuck it In on the other slile. and repeals this process with top sheet, blanket, ililltt and spread. An efficiency expert, however, would itMtd on one side of the bed lo straighten and tuck in sheets, blankets nnd spread belore sviilk- ing around the betl to repeal the process on the other side. The saving In energy: about 200 steps, Then there's dishwashing. Many women, sny the efficiency boys sadly, atari washing without assembling the dishes. Then they make endless trips between table, sink nnd cupboards washing and putting away one or two dishes at a lime. The way to do it, they point out v,,, ofTrff ^" C ::; >» as^r^cs * ""• «"• *'"< - " ™ ^croSy^,^,^^ wash, riasc nnd place in the drainer In order. Modern detergents leave dishes sparkling clean without drying. 50 by the time th« lust pot ts wnsherf, most of the dishes already are dry, anil can be slacked anil put awny at one fell SITOOP. Only silver usually necils drying by this system, and the entire operation should be completed In less tune than it takes to say: "I'm simply worn out from slav- . c, a o w mailing a bed, Icr instance, wnre in Helena for the funeral. wns "Our pine Missions in tile Philip,•••-"• ; - i--.« «"iii uiiv ivom sia Mrs. Vera Dnvls wn.s in charge of!'" 5 OVDr " le housework all day." the program. Mrs. Colcmnii g the devotional and Mrs. Daisy Alexander offered the closing prayer. Refreshments were served dur- ng the social hour which followed the close of the program. At The Hosnifals Blythevllle Hospital L. W. Russell, city. Mrs. Cxtell Baker and baby, Osce- Mrs. Perry Stovall. ritv Walls Ilnsiiitiii Mrs. Earl McGregor, city. Mrs. B. G. Parsons, Arm'orel Miss Martha Clnrk. clly. Mrs. J. J. rjonner. Armorel. Mrj. Fred L. Doyclt. city. Mrs. N. T. Hughes and baby R) "" J. \V. Rambo am ' The Ing up the livi the rtXh trays "" " E1Ui lak - Miss Margie Reisenbichler returned yesterday to her home in Cape Cllrardenu, Mo., after a visit of several days here as guest of Miss Anna Jean Lamb, .\tr. and Mrs. Max 3. Reid and son, Dick, have returned from a trip of more than two weeks to Niagara Palls, upper New York state, the New England states. New York City and other Eastern points of iiin.-rc.rt. While awny, they also attended the Commercial Law League Convention at Saranac Inn, N.Y.. where Mr. Held was on the program. En route home they were Joined at Cincinnati, Ohio, by Pvt, Jero Reid, who is on furlough from Camp Chaflee, Port Smith, where he has been In training for four months. Mrs. T. C. Hatcher has returned from a three weeks vacation spent in the Northern States and Canada. She was accompanied home by her daughter. Mrs Milton Bensley, Mr. Hen-stay and children, of Flint, Mich. > O. O. Huriiaway left yesterday for Chamile. Kans,, where he went to accompany home his.son, Oscar Haulaway Jr., who has been vfsli- iiiB relatives there for the past several weeks. Jim Lowe, who has been attending the Summer session at Washington University. St. Louis, returned nome last night to spend the remainder of the Summer here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and family. His father motored to St. Louis to accompany him home, Mr. Lowe has Just been notllied that the scholarship bon^l at Washington University has iwnrcled him a full tuition scholarship for next year, with the award being made on the basis of 'nigh scholastic rating, character, leadership and extra-curricular activities. Mr and Mrs Neal Ouerian have Having 'Happy' Marriage, and Pe BB y. o, St Uui, Mrs.' Sj mp | e |f YoU KnOW HOW By RUTH MILLETT. NEA Staff Writtr Judging from the way many of the "experts" sound off on marriage you get the Idea that lor two people to have a happy marriage is Brooke and Vance III. for a vacation trip to Florida. Miss Virginia Niinn of Washington. D.C . will arrive this afternoon U> spend a two weeks vacation with her parents. Mr. and Airs. M?.rvin Nimn. Other gucsls expected in the Nunn home tomorrow are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrow of Chapel Hill, N.C.. who will arrive tomorrow to spend a few days with her parents before «olng on a motor trip through the Northwest. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and sotis, Johnny and Jimmy, will leave Monday morning lor Hardy to spend a week as guests of Mr and — —• •* Mrs. w. H Crnv.'ford and family mnkl "8 the other's happiness , , guiding principle of their lives. one of the world's ; obs. Maybe one reason why we have 'so many marriage failures today is that they've succeeded In selling that idea to Mr. and Mrs. America. Let's unsell ourselves. Oranting that a man and woman are in love when they marry, why should creating a happy marriage be such a difficult and never-ending job? If they're in love ana have the good fortune to be able to marry each other, why shouldn't they be happy? They will be If they want to be. If they want a happy marriage enough to try to make each other happy. That's who have chosen each other for life on the responsibility for * all there is to a happy —just a man and woman . . ...._ who nave a Summer cottage there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs and children of Houston, Texas, spent yesterday here as guest.s of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jefferies and other friends. Mrs. S. a. Patterson and daughter, MLss Vivian Patterson, who are spending the Summer In Memphis where Miss Patterson is attending Southwestern, will spend the weekend here with Mrs. Put- terson's mother, Mrs. W. T. Oberst. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heaton returned last night from Kentucky Lake, where they spent a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Malin, who also spent the week there, are , .. are visiting Mr. Mnlin's mother before returning home. Mrs, Eula Rutledgc L". spending few riays in Joncsboro as guest of Mrs. Oliver, having accompanied . HAPPINESS IS VERY PERSONAL IN MARRIAGE The "experts" so often talk about a "happy marrage" as though it were an Impersonal thing. It's isn't It's Just two people who are concerned enough for each other's welfare to be understanding, unselfish, loving, honest and helpful. Is that too difficult for adults who have {alien in love nnd agreed to take each other for better or worse, for richer or poorer, ui sickness and in health? .'it shouldn't be. There shouldn't be anything frightening or discour- I aging about such a prospect. The "experts" keep throwing ----- - — -•-• •••- statistics at us which only discour- r,o«- in Domphan, Mo., where they | age us. they keep harping on marriage "problems" until we get to thinking more In terms of problems than in terms of living each day as it comes. Let's unsell ourseleves on those Mrs. Oliver, having accompanied ""•' "nsctl ourseleves on those her daughter-in-law and grand- rits «" ur ii K ing concepts and remem- daughter, Mrs. Raymond Rutlcdge j ! >cr that a ha PPl' marrage Is noth- anri Patsy Rntledge when they re- lng morc thnn two mai ™d people turned to thpir Joneshoro hnmp . U|I ° love each othcr and want to ing them out to be washed at one time does scorn morc sensible than emptying nnrt washing each one separately. Vacuuming one entire corner ol the room—floor, walls mnxMn r i M | an<i upnolMer - v - ^'or*! Mr. and Mrs. Tommy ~Rcid"an'rt ZutL? " ne V?"" l<ln lakM """"" wil1 '<"<« tomorrow to nlmit half as much time and one- ! .spend a week ulth relative, at their for » week her bro- Ihw. Gerald Ware, of Fort Smith. turned to their Jonesboro home after, a visit here with her. Mrs. Wyatt Henley leit this morning fo,' Willow Springs, Mo., where she will relatives Mrs. John W. Blythe Is in Holly Springs. 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