The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1952 · Page 4
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FQtm <?~ -4 &OC4&U4, Jane Shelton, Society Editor f (ARK.) corotra eut£ Phone 4461 Mrs. James C. Guard Named Head Of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary Mrs. James c. Guard has been elected president of the Blythevill* .Junior Auxiliary to complete the term of Mrs. Willsrd H. Pease, who has moved to New Jersey to Join Captain Pease and make their home. Announcement of Mrs. Guard's selection as head of the Auxiliary is being made today. The Auxiliary, which assists with varied charity projects during the year, has as its next major event, assisting in the sole of Easter Seals for crippled children. Mrs. Blan Heath will serve as sale chairman. Other Auxiliary officers are Mrs. John Caudill, vice president; Mr«. S. E. Tune, secretary; Mrs. Harry A. Halnes, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., treasurer. Mrs. Guard has named Mrs E if M. Terry. Jr., publicity chairman & to fill the vacancy caused by her appointment to the presidency. Valentine Motif Used for Party Mrs. Robert I. Thompson select ed a valentine motif for the dcsser bridge last night at her home hon oring members of the CIS Brldg Club and one guest, Mrs. Jame Rogers. Clusters of red carnations marke« the small tables at which the guests were seated and the chosen moti was repeated in the tallies and ta ble appointments used. The dessert course served preced Ing the game also was suggestive o the approaching holiday, and in the Bridge game Mrs. Rogers took high score honors. Miss Betty Blael won second high and Mrs. Harold Nunn, brldgo. Luncheon-Bridge Honors Group Luncheon and bridge at the Country Club yesterday entertained members and three guest* of the Wednesday Club, when Mrs. E. J Cure was hostess to the group. In the bridge game following luncheon, Mrs. L. E. Old, Jr., took first place honors, with second high going to Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Guests for the weekly afternoon entertainment were Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs. Rlley B. Jones and Mrs. J. W. Adams. Guests Meet VVith Bridge Cfub Mrs. John O. McHaney, Mrs. H W. Wylle and Mrs. lay Welch yesterday were guests with members of the Town and Country Club when Mrs. c. Modlnger entertained at her West Walnut Street home. Mrs. James B. Clark took first score honors in the game, with cecond high going to Mrs. McHaney. During the afternoon Mrs. Mo- dinger served refreshments. Bagleys .Will Attend Ministers Week at SMU The Rev. and Mra. Boy I. Bagjey are to attend Ministers Week at Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas. Monday through Thursday of next week. Both attended SMU. The Rev. Mr. Bagley is pastor of First Methodist Church here. New PlaydresTpor Tots Bits of News t ...Ji Mrs, James C. Guard Mrs. Paul Jobe Entertains Club Mrs. Paul Jobe yesterday entertained at her home on West Main Street with a dessert bridge honoring members of Club Eight and one guest, Mrs. S. C. Owens. In the afternoon's bridge game Mrs. Graham Sudbury won high score, Mrs. H. G. Partlow, second high and brldgo. . , Mrs. Charles Laneston Wilson PTA Has First In Study Course Series WTLSON — First In a series of study courses wns held by the Wilson Parent-Teacher Association in an all-day meeting today at the Baptist Church. The meeting began at 10 a.m. Mrs. Broughl-on Loi-ett, study course chairman, led the discussion on the pre-school child. Two fllrra on the subject also were shown. Those who attended brought picnic lunches. rtethpdist WSCS Hears Missions to America' The lesson stiidy, "Missions to America." was directed by Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. Calvin Hill last ight for the seven members of the ^omlstd Land Methodlat Women* Society of Christian Service, who Jet at the home of Mrs. rellx Hill. Mrs. Marcus Galnes presented he devotional and following the esson study, a prayer retreat plan- ti for Feb. 6 at Wilson was an- lounced. The meeting was adjourned b> epeatlng of the Lord's Prnyer. The ostesj served refreshments. Sgt. 1st class Bob Holding left this morning for Camp Chaflee, Ark., atter having spent a month here as guest of his parenU, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Proctor. Sgt. 1st class Bolding recently returned from Korea where he had been injured three times. Mrs. J. M. Walls and Miss Jean Shelton will leave In the morning for Nashville, Tenn.. to be the weekend guests of Mrs. Walls' son Tom Walls, who is a student at Va'nder- bllt University. They are going especially for Mr, Walls' fraternity dance. Arriving last night from the University of Arkansas to spend the mid-term holidays with their parents were Graham Sudbury, III son of Judge and Mrs. Graham Sudbury, Edwin Wnllnce, son of Air nnd Mrs. W. E. Wallace. Charles Booker, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Upton Booker, Freddie Smith, son of Mrs Anne Smith, and Gary Mason son ol Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner is reported in n satisfactory condition at Memphis Baptist Hospital where she Is a patient. Mrs. Peter J. Lauman and two children will arrive Sunday by plane from New York City to visit with Mrs. Lanman's parents, Mr and Mrs. c. Modfngor. Mr. Lauman, who is motoring through, wtl Join them in several days. They will make their home in California Mrs. Henry Humphreys, Mrs Rupert Crnfton and daughter, Pam spent yesterday in Memphis. Pat Burks arrived this morning from the University of Arkansas to spend the mid-term holidays with Ills parents, Mr, and Mrs fiddle Burks. t, Mrs. Tom F. Martin of Dell has as her houscRiiest her mother, Mrs. C. V. Treadway of Hernancio. Miss. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1932 —Photo by Culllson JUMOTt, SENIOR BASKETIIAU, qUF.EXS CROWNED-Qucens of the Arm on?] junior anrt Senior Basketball tea r"sn")l h On"lef C ris mi r S P " 1Cl ' < "" g l "° b ° ys a; ' d B»k l^m^mj^th oart'r^r ^ T "° W1V!d ) "" i ° r tasketto " Queen'by S 'team 'apteTn senior I , " "^ S """ ley Abbott ls bpl "8 crowned by Mr and IL'c L" niC " ar "- " ar " e "' "'" A '*° U " "" d " Ughto °' studc™ body"' °' L ' AblX> "' The """"" W " 6 Ch ° 5e " bV 3 V0te of tnc Dell School's Honor Lists Announced Honor roll for the third six weeks i Ronnie 'rienclship Class Meets n Barney Crook Home Ten members of the Friendship lass of the First Baptist Church net Monday night In the home of Ir.s. Barney Crook. In the business session Mrs. Jack larsh was elected membership vice resident and Mrs. Arthur Barm as named fellowship chairman to II the vacancy caused by Mr. farsh's appointment. Prnyer by Mrs. C. L. Evans closed he meeting. Games were later aycd under the direction of Mrs. rook and refreshments served. By Sue Burnett Here Is a playdress that's the cutest ever—and such fun to sew And It's all your tiny tot needs for sunny weather playtime because the lower part forms panties and ties in the front! Pattern No. 8891 is a Mw-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12345 B years. Slae 3, 2M yards of ss'or 89-inch. For this paHtrn, send 30e In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN mjM- pER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, »TS Qutaoy Street, Chicago 6, ru. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who «w will he ready for you shortly, eend K cent* now lor your copy. Coming Events Thursday Politick supper fallowed by social hour for ma-sons and their wives at the Masonic Temple at 7:3o p. m . Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Euzelian Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p. m. meeting at home of Mrs. Joe Evans. 1115 Willow. , Friday ' Dorcas class of First B.iptlst Church has 2 pjn. meeting at the home of Mrs. Leslie Moore on Highway 18, South. Mrs. Wesley Thomas entertaining Stitch and Chatter Club Chapter "N" of PEO has 2pm meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones! Siturd.iy Informal dancing at Country Club beginning at s p.m. BEAUTIFUL GLADIOLI BULBS 12 VARIETIES We've just received a shipment of Gladioli Bulbs in 12 Varieties. Come in soon! Paul Byrum Hardware Co. 114 East Main Mrs. Martin had been visiting in Mississippi for several days and wns accompanied home by her mother. Mr. and Mrs. James Barksdale nave as their guest for several days thoir daiiBhtcr. Miss Shirley Barks- uale, who Is a (reshman at the University of Arkansas. Mr nnd Mrs. Rupert Crafton and daughter. Miss Mary Sue Cralton will arrive tomorrow from Gainesville, Ga, Mr. and Mrs. Crafton eft today for Gainesville to accom- iany their daughter, who Is return- ng. home, from Brcnau College where she Js a sophomore. Miss -/ration Is returning to make plans for nn early Spring marriage to tnslgn G. A. nines. Jr., of Rutherfordton, S. c. Also arriving tomorrow for a weekend visit, will be Mr. and Mrs, Crafton's son, Cadet Rupert Martin Crafton, who Is a tuclent at Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tcnn. cadet Craf- on will have-as his guest Cadet llmmy Floan of Lakeland Fla Condition of Shirley Ann and Uary Jnne White, who suffered burns Tuesday in an accident at their home Is reported as slightly improved. They are patient* at \\alls Hospital and are unable to receive visitors. Mrs. Elln Worthy Is reporied In a much Improved condition at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James BnrkMlnle. with whom she makes her home. Mrs. Worthy suffered a stroke last week. was announced by A. E. Caldwell. school superintendent. Attaining honor records for the semester were: Second grade — Ruth Abbott Sammy Biackwood, Billy Boyd Tommy Calhoun, Harry Cook, nicy Crawford. Jlrn Gill. Julie Gomez Malcolm Griffin, Jr., Clyde Holiis' Carl Harrison, Bobby Henderson Peggy Halbrook. Dickie Jackson Mary Virginia Kerncr. Donna Kay Stevens, and Jimmy Lynn Tidwell. Third grade _ Louise Ballard, Mary Ann Brownlee, Kalhyc Cald- wcll, Bonnie Sue Hall. Sandra Keener, stoy K. Long, Janice Russell, Jnnett Donahue. Betty Lou Tucker. Selma. Dcna Wilbanks and Shirley Kay Rhoads. Fourth grade — Mary Crawford Laura Downing, David Gaines. Anita Hinch, Linda Joyce Keeling and sammle Long. Fifth grade — Shirley Baltard. Linda Simpson. Elizabeth Tidwell and Jean Wiilbanks. Sixth grade—Linda Fears, Linda Loveless and Frank Sigmln. Seventh grade •- Pntsy Burford, Sandra Byar.s, Frances earner. Betty' Jane Perkins. Gail Smith Carolyn Snell and'HIIson Harris. Eighth grade—Shelby Keeling. Ninth grade — Maureen Dobbs. Patsy Garrett, Noble Gill. Jr.. A. G. Moody. Shirley Peterson, Laverne Rigby, Ola Ray Twcedle and Mnrgarcte Whistle. Tenth grade—Donald Barnes. Eleventh grade—Frances Bnliard. Twelfth grade—Melba champion. Jean Martin and Sally Tate. Honor roll for the six weeks schedule Include: First grade—Sup Broun, Shirley Blair. Jimmy Brock, James Boss. Don Bowman. Charles Byars. Curtis Downs. Ill, Franklin Eubanks LUXORA NEWsl By G. C. DRIVER Miss uny Gnrrisan has arrived from the University of Arkansas where she Is a student to be the mid-term holiday guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. c. W. Garrl- gan. The group will leave Saturday for Union City. Tcnn.. to attend inc Sunday afternoon marringe of " >s .f. Jerr >' Bcatichnnip to Donald William Nolnnd. Miss Oarrlgan will wrve as a bridesmaid. John Fill Is reported In a slightly improved condition nt Walls Hospital where be is a patient. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson are In >allas. Te.v., n-npre they are tending a bottlers' convention at- At the Hospitals Rlytlicvflle Hospital Dif missed: Mrs. D . L RaEpb ,, rrV- cltv vviHtnni C. Klnninmouth, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dan \Vy and baby. city. Fa to Wallace, city. E. \V. Simmons, city. Mrs. Virginia Lee Austin baby, r.iiy. Jack Tlce. Stecle Mrs. R, i, Fljher. Rt. 1. Roy Ferguson. Steele. and In many cities of India the Individual's rationed, diet is only 12 ounces ot grain a day Dr. and Mrs. Tom Boswell of Atlanta, Ga., have announced the recent birth ot a daughter at Craw- fcrd.Long Hospital in that city. The child, their first, has been named Donna Ann. Mrs. Boswell Is the former Mis* Jean Owon, daughter of Mrs. Julia B. Owen, of Luxora. Maternal greatgrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Bryant, also or Luxora. Misses Dollle Goswlcfc and Sarah Langston and Mrs. Auten Chitwood of Osceola, were co-hostesses Saturday at a layette hower in honor of Mrs. Leonard Slllson, held at the I Osceola home of Mrs, Chitwood. I GiiMts Irom Luxora and Osceola ! enjjycd bridge after the surprise' presentations to the honurce. Mrs. Tom Callis Is a surgery patient In Memphis Methodist"Hospital this week. Mrs. JiiMa Oii-en left Friday for a visit of several weeks with her daughter. Mrs. Tom Bcswell, in Atlanta. Ga. Mf.«s Wade McHonry. who has been attending Louisiana State University, spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. R, L, Houck, ami family. Miss McHenry is Irnns- trrring t Southwestern In Memphis for the new semester, which began there Monday. E, R. Bogan has recently been on a business trip to Nashville, Tenn. J H Thweatt spent last weekend i Chattanooga, Tenn., as the guest, of his mother. FINAL CLOSEOUT! DRESSES TOMORROW it's Whitsitt' Because You Like Smart Things Thomas Hatley, Mary Ann Kirk Brenda Harris Billy Kenner. ..„., ^^ Franfcfe Lewis. DLxie Lynn. Gloria Morgan, Larry Ryalls, Ronny Shaneyfelt. James Leroy Trnber, Margie Ann Trober and Donnie Roy 'nicker. Second grarie — Lucy Crawford Carol Ann Littleton, Shirley Ann Ley. Linda Kay Phillips and 'ue Ramey, Third grade _ Brenda Fears and Li;idn Ledford. Fourth grade — Carolyn Hogan and Peggy Joyce Tucker. Fifth grade—Devoe Elliott, Larry Jackson, and Billy Joe Turney Sixth grade — Geneva Jeffries Jerry Pccples. Annie Rose Thrasher and Gloria Tweedle. Seventh grade — Benny Gill Douglas Ladncr, Ruth M~inyard," hrlstlne Overton, Betty Jane " 5 ' , SlmpMn an ' fl Walk' Eighth grade— Carolyn Jackson. Twelfth grade — Imgard Hoskins and Ernest Shelton. Unhappy Couples Frequently Sell Marriage Short If you are happily married »teer clear of unhappy married couples. That may sound like a selfish attitude. But It Isn't a question of selfishness—just self-protection. An unhappily married couple Is always, either consciously or unconsciously, sell- Ing marriage short. Spend enough time with a couple who are forever tearing each other down, who are always taking a gloomy attitude toward life, a n d _ marriage Use It Ruth Mlllett doesn't look so rosy. The unhappy wife usually tries to mske the happy wire think that men Imve the best of It and that men are selfish, inconsiderate and unappreciatlve. And the husband who isn't happy In his own marriage Is forever making cracks about wives and ferriage and the stupidity of wom- ":T. Any way you look at it—It's bad for the morale of a contented husband and wife to get too chummy with a couple who are bored with each other and with marriage. They Have Nothing to Offer They have no constructive Ideas to offer. They aren't planning and looking ahead eagerly to the future, but fuming about the present. Their- marriage holds nothing that is in any way Inspiring to another couple. So steer clear of them. You can't do them nny good. And they may do a lot of harm. Search out happily married couples for your friends. They won't sell marriage short. The time you spend with them will be far more relaxed nnd carefree lhan the hours you spend with an unhappily married pair. American Girls Have Good Time In Paris, But Come Home to Marry Scholarships to Malayans SINGAPORE CAP)—The government has announced a new scheme whereby 50 Malayan boys under U each year will be awarded scholarships in English schools. Requirements for the scholarships are that the boys must have been born in the Colony, be physically fit and have successfully completed the fourth year in R vernacular school. Value of the scholarships Is JET BLACK ,..PATENT; LEATHER for trie smooth, suova charming -slender foot look - -' - /\ The NEW Platform 13.95 The NEW Sandal 13.95 Good Shoes & Hosiery By DOROTHY ROE AsMtUttd fmt Wonwn's Editor American girls In Paris have a wonderful ti:ne, but they always come back and marry U. S. men. So says pretty Julie Smith, a girl from Buffalo, N. Y., who went to Paris for a vacation four years ago and has been there ever since. Back for a flying visit, Julie reveals she improved her spare lime In the French capital by writing a novel. "Cakes and Male", which naturally Is an ab0 ut American girls in Paris. Julie can sp«ak from first-hand knowledge, having had a succession of highly exciting Jobs during her stay abroad. When she first decided Paris would be * nice place to stay, she got a job as radio writer for UNESCO. Later she worked as Parip Correspondent Paris correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, then ran her own pub- icity office for a while and for the last year has been public relations representative in France for an American airline. Now this slight, blonde young lady hat been appointed to a Job that would turn most, girls green with envy—she Is to be roving representative for her firm, traveling to ail the airline's offices in Europe, dividing her time between such places as London. Paris, Helsinki, Rome, Vienna and Berlin Despite the glamor or her various Jobs, Julie says: "It's wonderful to get back to an American hairdresser. In Paris they give 5-ou one of two hairdoes—Joan ol Arc or Napoleon. I've been Napoleon lately." Home Is Best Julie also allows it's nice to have $2.00 a month in addition to complete exemption from school fees. enough heat again, to ride elevators that work, and to buy all the nylon stockings she wants. Believe It or not, she also Is glad to get back to New York shops, after being exposed to the Paris haute couture. She explains: "Unless you're loaded with money, it's difficult to buy smart clothes In Paris. Either you go to the famous dressmakers and mortgage the old family homestead to pay for a dress, or you buy material and hunt up a little seamitresi to make it up Into a garment. , There is nothing in between." jf. The average French girl is not as well-dressed as the averagt American stenographer or secretary, says Julie. But every French girl usually has one extra-special dress which she wears (or festive occasions—and then she is strictlr knockout. Clothes Problem Julie solved her own personal clothes problem by getting a Job representing some of the top couture houses In Paris, but she's still happy to be able to pick tip a smart, pretty dress for S2S, readymade. And she intends to buy some American shoes while she's here, too. Nylon lingerie Is another thing practically impossible to find In France, says Julie, and such garments are renuircd equipment for a globetrotter. All in all, Julie, lately of Vassar College and Buf/alo Is enjoying renewal of acquaintance with the land of the free and the home of the brave—just as a breather, or course, before she starts cloud- hopping again. One thing, however, Is sure: "When I'm ready to get married.i/'rf it's going to be a genuine U. s.8 male." 'Chevrolet Feature Show Now Going On! Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Co. 301 West Walnut . , Blvthevilte Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone fi9;>8 Box Office Opens al 1 :<!5 — Show Slaris 2:00 p.m. Continuous SIiowL.g Everyday * Television Lounge * Cty Rocr.is * Smoking Loge * •*• Every Seat a Choree Seat with a Full View of the Scresn Ritz Guests to See "MY FAVORITE SP /' IMr. £ Mrs. Rohcrl A. 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