The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 21, 1952
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PACK FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Ph ona 4461 Bridal Events Are Given For Mrs. J. 0. Barnes A shower-dance last ereninR tuid an Informal moring party y<*Mfr<lay honored Mrs. Je.-se Odell Barnes, who was until nor March 8ih marriage. Mis I/ittie Pearl Stilwell. Miss Jerry Jo Lewis, Miss Patey Pope and Herman Storey, Jr.. la.u night rntprtained at the Jaycce Club with the shower-dance, which was attended by 42 guests. Spring bloFFoms in mixed lotiM marked the club and aftor the &*sorted gifts for the couple's new home had been displayed, the evening was spent in dancing. Party food. 1 ; were served throughout- the event from a lace laid table'top- ped with clusters of the flowers. For the occa.iion, Mrs. Barrios received in a navy blue nylon Irork worn with accessories of tan. Pinned at her shoulder were yellow carnations, a gift of the host and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. CLoo Pope assisted during the evening. Thirty-five giusts called yesterday morning at the home of Mrs, J. D. Smith on Davis Street to extend beAt wishe.s to Mrs. Barnes. A yellow and pink color scher-ic had been chosen for the party and was repeated in the decorations of the reception and entertaining rooms. The assorted party foods were served from & refreshment table overlaid in lace and centered with Spring blooms In the chosen hues. Mrs. D. C. Freeman, nn nunt of the bride presided. Favor.s of bridal bouquets were presented the gueste. Drcsscrt in a navy blue taffeta gown, Mrs, Barnes pinned pink carnations, a gift ol the hostoss at her shoulder. Her accessories were of pink. Mrs. Smith's gift to the hcnoree was china In her chosen pattern. Mre. George Stllwell .mother of the bride, was a special guest at both event*. At t]ye Hospitals BlylheTllle Ho-spitm Dismissed: Mrs. O. E. Workman, City If You're Not-So-Tall 8811 ^- By Sue Burnett Thlj comfortable classic is designated especially in half si/rs to Insure perfect lit for the slightly shorter figure. Yoke is i a crisp contrast, or make it all the same fabric. Pattern No. fifiu is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sui". ll l 16'=. IS',. 20',. 22'... 54'i. Sire 16'i, 3-s yards nf 39-inch- \ vard contrast. For this pa Item, senti 3(<c in COINS, your name, address. M?e desired ,-inrf. (he PATTERN NUMBER- to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Quiney St, Chjcaeo (i. Ill Basic FASHION' for '52 U filled with ideas to nwk-e your clothes budget co further—time--.rivm= and economical rie.-itns that .ire easy to sew. Gift pattern printed uiMrio 25 cents. SKMOIl I'l.AV CAST KI'.MK.VRSKS—Elizabeth Lutes tlelti, Pal McOrr B or (standingi and Larry rjaker are shown discussin,, a bit of action from the Ua B edy. "Hock Dust," which is one of three plays scheduled to be civen by the senior class of Blytheville High school at their annual productiun. Mm liuih Lfe is dlrectini; the presentation, which is .scheduled for April 3rd and llh. (Courier News I'tioto) FRIDAY; MARfcl! 21, 1952 Violet Theme Party Is Given Ushering In Ihe Spring social season for members of GEO and CIB Clubs was the dessert bridge • last night at the home of Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. For Ihe occasion a violet theme had bcon chosen and hlghllghlcd the decorations used. Mrs. E. C. Williams nnrt Mrs. Earl Nail were guests wilh Ihe club nnrt centering cnch small table wore demi-tasse cups from which brimmed violet clusters. The handmade tallies repealed Ihe violet theme and the wrappings of the gifts presented the winners also \vas in keeping' with the spring floral louch. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., won hlqh score. Miss Luella Barnes, second high and Mrs. Lewis Henderson, brldgo. Mrs. Ruth Bess Leads Scores Mrs. Wiltard Bcw, last- jiijjhl led the bunco scores nt the \vepkly mect- mg of the Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Mrs. Jimmy Kcenc was hasten at her Jji^nie to Club members and one \jjist. Mre. nil! CJiltanw. Mrs. 1 Gilbow look bunco honors, with loiv score going to Mrs. Jack HBfs(e<id. A dessert course was served t h e guest-s m the gladioli bedecked en- lertainlnit room. Dessert Bridge Given in Home The Ben Mac While home on West Walnut yesterday vvns the scene of a dessert bridfie entertaining Ln Nueve Club members and ihiee pue.sts. Spring blossoms and gladioli decorated the entertaining rooms in which club members and guests. Mrs. J. L. Civmn, Mrs. James C. Guiml and Mrs. Dale BriELis were seated. Bridge wns played with Mrs. H. E. Orcr-n winning: hicrh score and Mrs. Brings, second high.' 7th Birthday Marked at Party B«-.iii'.p Gary Wayne Stanley \V,IR *fvm years old yesterday, the orension was innrV;erl \viih a party for 15 GUOMS at his Iconic on Frauk- li'n Slirol. Gnmrs \vrre c-oiullk-lei! and fav- or.s pre.^rnter! the cursf.v Fiuthtiay cake and ice cream were later .=crv- ed. Mrs. Nellie Princle. trandmother of the hrnniTe u;is a special ?uest. Yellow and Used for Party A yellow and white rolor Mhemi. wns chosen by Mrs. w. B. Mayo to predominate In the dessert r<nk party at her home yesterday honoring members ol the Thursday Rook Club. Giant, jonqmb and bridal wreath marked the tables set about Ihc entertaining room and In the rook Rsme, Mrs. c. G. Schcrcr took hich wore, with Mr.s. Neville Blakemore wlnnin? second high and Mrs. Clen Wren, ronko. The hostess laler served a salad plate with party fo<;<1s. Mrs. M. O. Usrey Entertains Group Luncheon and an allcrnoon of Playing bridge at the home of Mrs M. o. Usrey yesterday entertained Mid-week Bridi-e Club members and three Ruesls. Colorful jonquils arranged in creenery centered the table at which luncheon wa.s served club members ami guests. Mrs. One]! Sanders. Mrs. Max Usrey and her housesuesl, Mrs. Gordon Curtifi Russell of Lr.Eansriort, La, BrlrtRe «• ns Inter played with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham taking top honors and Mrs. w. L. Horncr, second high. Bits of News Witty Pc^nJ j Murray Smart, Jr.. son ol Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Smart has been initialed Into Sisrna Alpha £r>.si- lon fratcrnial at New Orleans where he Is a student. Mrs.'John Waklen has .'(turned from Corpus Chiisti, Brownsville, Tex., and Mexico where she had been visiting her brother, c. R. Price nr.d family and mother. Mrs. M. A. Trice and en route home she visited her daughter, Mrs. Duff Gaithcr of Memphis. Miss netty Doilrts left tcday for Newborn, Tenn.. t/> be iho weekend Sliest of her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. John Dodds. Mr. nnu Mrs. Woodrnw Clark of Atlanta, Ga., are the (,'iiests of Mr. CJark'g parents, Mr. ;ind Mrs. Walter Clark and oilier relatives. Mrs. W. P. Cooley of Faveue- ville is the weekend i;ucst of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. T. Moon. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. P. 10. Cooley, who bad been visiting with (heir son, the Kev. Mr. Cooley and family, to Bly- Iheville yesterday. Billy fieri Mayo antl John HornsbcrKBl- are In Memphis, today where they am fnipsts on the campus of Memphis State College. Mrs. Jack Chamblm and three Gee am! family. They arc former Blytheville residents. Mrs. Kortnoy Bitnlsler is reported in a much improved condition at Memphis Baptist Hospital and ! expects !o be returned to her 3Uie next week. ! Jimmy Dial. Joe Dial, Mrs. j sic Barnes and Mrs. Harry smith Tex., homes after bavins been the weekend guesls of relatives and friends. Mrs. Claude Barr of Pace, Miss., and Mrs. Ralph Barr and two daughters, Patricia and Linda of Cleveland. Miss., are spending ihe weekend here as priests of Mr. and Mrs. R. \v. Lovett. Cpl. Charles Hunnicutt, has returned to Camp Chaffec. where -he Is a first class baker, after hav- illfr spent 10 days here as guest of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hunnicutt. Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Green returned lo their Hot Springs home today aftor having spent two months here as Ernests of Mrs. .George Roland Green. Miss Marj; O'Brien is visiting here as guest'" of her brother, Johnny O'Brien for several days. Miss O'Brien Is a student at Tavecca Nazarene College, Nashville, Term. Mrs. Bill Robinson and children. Guest Attends Monthly HD Club Meeting Mrs. R. H. Genry was Ihe only BUrist yesterday with 15 members of the Flit Lake Home Demonstration Ciub who met at (he club for Ihe monthly business and social session. Bowls of assorted flowers from gardens of the members decorat-1 ed [he club and Mrs. Aubrey Bruce opened, the meeting with Ihc eye-opener which was ihe varied i;se of gelatin in cake icings. The Woman's Creed was read and Ihe devotional was given by Mrs. Clen Bunch, Mr.s. c. M. Abbott led the bus-, incss discussions during; which re- I porls of officers and a discussion' by Mrs. Essie Davis. Red Cross roll call chairman was heard. Poultry tips were given bv Mrs. Tullls Flenson ond landscape leader, Mrs. Oarrott Abbott discussed selling and pruning of trees' ami shrubs. "Civil Defense" was discussed by Mrs. w. H. Caldwell after which a demonstration of cake icings with different recipes was! presented by Mrs. O. J: Rogers j and Mrs. Brure. A potluck lunch-' eon wn-, served and a social hour followed. WILSON NEWS Br MRS. 8. F. BOYLES Business Taboo In Home Life Mrs. Lena Barr of Forrest City, j Of SlTIQrt Ihc district deputy grand lecturer, Order of the Eastern Star, has call-1 ,, . . . . ed a meeting of worthy morons' N!nny 5 ' ears aB ° ' hmd abo " t a and committee chairmen of th* \ m "' & " **? "P° n arrll ' al 3t * 1U5W OES Chapters of Wilson Osccnla < chilrch lold hls Congregation the Blylhevllle and Manila 'accordiiW' fim Sunrta > that he wanted it unto Mrs. Knthryne Upton worthy d ' n ' sl ' wd that - he was taking the The meeting.'scheduled for Sir>-l' ol> as Ps'tor, not he and his wife, matron of the Wilson Chapter. f^rSagSllaB He P romised '° ------ f ^0 the Job alone and to the best of his ability. His wife, he said would have her hands full making a home for him and rearing their children. He m.ide his church a fine Flulh .Milieu pastor and his wife reared a splendid family of children. day, March 23, at Osceola. wi»h Ihe Osceola Chapter as hostess, is to plan for the official visit of ihe Grand Matron of Arkansas. Mis Ruth M. Thorpe of Little Rock. Twenty-eight members of the Wilson High School student council, and their sponsor. lioyal Small, atentied the Inter-City Student Council meeting at Hushes, Wednesday, Included :lurled on Ihe program was a ch i°™. n ' u talk by Dr. Don Strcetcr. head of! wnilt brcu Bht the story to mind the speech ami drama department i lv!ls an article, "The wife Prob- of Memphis State Collepe, who!' fm ' m L ' Ie magazine for Janu- snoke on "Deveioplns I.c.irtershin " | ar - v '• based dn a series of articles The Inter-City Council meets' Published in Fortune. twice year, Wilson's student i Plans Told for Benefit Style Show at Hotel Noble I Bi-enrlB Lou Auten and Max' U.src-y, Jr.. will load Ihe parade I of fashions for ihe younger set Tuesday at tho benefit style show' at Hotel Noble. j [ Under (he sponsorship of Ten:- ' ! pie Israel Sisterhood, the 7:30 p.m. affair will be singed in the Mirror Room. Floral decorations will he by Allen's Flowers and Johanna Wilson and Oail Brogdon of Ihe Rockie Smilh School or Dancing will present numbers. Nancy Sue Sllverblatt also will present a solo. The Easter motif has been chosen for Ihe occasion and costumes will be modeled from the Tot Shop and Jiedels. Music will be furnished by Mrs. Eddie Sallba. , Council was In charge of the publishing of the bulletins for (he l!)!>!-52 year. The Council is made up of schools from Reiser, Osceola, West Memphis. Hushes. Marinnna, . The article emphasizes the importance that big corporations are placin" on the wife's part in her husband's success, To quote Life: "More and more corporations the:-e days are inter- Marvel. Forrest City. stiiitirrir'! view-in? the wife before hiring an Holly Grove, Elaine. Brlnkl-y. West executive, and some are not unin- Helena, Clarendon and wil«on. Among those from Wilson who teresterl in fiancees. "Roughly half of the companies attended were the student council ' on which Fortune has data hav i officers: Wayne Alc.xnnder, prr-si- '"<"•''' ""*- — = -- - .- dent: Pat"SV fll-onrm-nll >.i/>n ->i>-n..i , dent: Patsy Greemve.'l, vice-president; Carolyn Lynch, secrctarv- treasurcr; -ill Thompson, parliamentarian; Edwin Webb, reporter. Remove curdy deposit from baoy nipples by letlinn them soak in a solutlen of baking soda. Coming Events Friday Rebecah Lodge No. 18 has 7:30 p m. formal party at Odd Fellows Hall for members observing birthdays and anniversaries in March. Girl Scouts and Brownies of Blytheville present annual program of folk dancing and troop dramatics at the high school auditorium made wife-screeninp regular practice anfl many of the others seem about ready to cto so. . . In- . . . . - terestingly. divorce rarely disqualifies a man. Who Are They to Say? "Because of the phenomenon of the outgrown wife, the regret of most companies Is tempered by the thought that the executive's next and, presumably more mobile, wife will be better for all concerned; one company, as a matter of fact, has a policy of sending executives away on extended trips If they need sep- 7:30 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cake Walk at Country Club. Susan and Robbie of St. Louis are j the housoRucsts of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black and Miss Belly Black. Mr. Robinson will join them here this weekend and he nnd Mrs. Robinson will go to Hot Springs for a vacation. Mrs. P. W. Whifner was dismissed last night from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she had undergone surgery, she is now at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. R. Moody in West Memphis where she will remain a week. Her condition is reported as good. Masterpoint Game Is Ployed by League A rrjJLSlwpoint iranie last night wns played by the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Jim nnlrfon look- first plare honors In the seven table Howell movement, with Mrs. Matt Monashim and Mrs. Joe Ferguson winning second hish. Miss Willie Nohhut and Mr.s. Joe Dlllahunty won third score honors and fourth I place went to Mrs. w. o. Chainblin and Mrs. O. W. McCutchcon. II was .innnuncrcl that a master- point came would he played tomorrow nt the 1:30 p.m. session at the I hotel. PRIZE BABY SHOW MARCH 27-29 Saturday afternoon al 5:00 U the last firnc williin n-hirh b.ihliv-5 may lx> registered for Ihc jiri/e baby show, Inrludin? a belter babies' conlfst and baby hcauly revue, which will feature a festival or Viclnry to be held In Hlylheville Marrh 27-29, under the auspices' of the local riost of tlie American Legion. si\ years of age Is eligible for J pan 01 inc parent, al Martin's Men's anrt H Store between 0 A.M. and S P.M., uiilil Saturday, March 22. Snuvenirs will be jl'-n (o all babies (one to 3 family except twins), who are rcglslc.^il and parluipale in Ihc shnw. Monthly Convenlion To Be Held Sunday The Pemiscot County slnring corn-cm ion mom lily session will be held Sunday B! the Enst.wr.od Memorial Mf!> wit j,sr. Church in Ca- nilhrr.Mille. A program by (lie Givspebirs quartrllr of Johnson City. Ill will - irri m , h r 1 p. m . program. In- Club Is Honored At Razorback Mrs. \v. K Cherry and Mrs. C A. Nel>on laft niclit atlnideri the de.wert bridcr at Ihe nazorhark cn- trrtaimn; Tt.K Club members Mrs. J S. S; rape was iin?T.ess t--> the st-oup and in Ihe eioinnE'.- biiri-je i:;i:nr. Ntr>, Cherry won Ilich M'ore. -.vlth Mrs. Herman Turner takmt- src. nrt hich and Mrs. Nelson, bndco. The RAZORBACK Drive-In Is Now Serving The World's Best Pot Of Baked Beans A Full Meal Served With French Fried Potatoes, Salad and Hot Rolls ALSO SERVED ON THE CURB they're Delicious! GOSPEL March 21 through 29 Evening Services 7:30 p.m. ifAvA' ^ ff*~~ *' ' •" " ••'•-•'y't-i-• * .j h*-^sr -i \v. r. siir.i.TON tinn.i; Director March 21 through 29 -Storl A. \Vntson EVANGELIST ir F. SMART irvnngelist March 21 through 29 CHURCH OF CHRIST Main At Division Listen to KLCX at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1 : .15 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. _ Continuous Shoeing Everyday "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 J«MB SlfflfM ARMIRKHW JUUAARUMS Lost Times Today! Don't Miss! Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel A Ur.Kersi! Wtrr-'lipii t Ritz Guests to See "Bend of the River Mr. & Mrs. Liiuis Proctor Air. & Airs. Ralph Berr.vmrm R !'~fimilv Air. Wendell Phillips Saturday Oniy.' Double Feature! *"" M-G-M PRESEKTS WALTER PIQGEON Cartoon & Serial: Captain Video SUNDAY & MONDAY orating from nagging or retrograde wives." What are men coming to, any. way? Don't they have-the fortitude to stand up to prospective employers? They should say. "I'm taking this Job. it's not my wife's responsibility. She has Job enough In making a home for me and rearing our children." Unless (hey do, big business is going to encroach more and more on iheir personal and family lives. And what of their vvlvee? well, they'll be as alike as models off an assembly line. One corporation al-' ready has a "finishing school" where the wives of the up-and- coming men in the company are molded into a pattern. They're told where to shop, where to dine, what to wear. If the men of today haven't enough gumption to call a halt to this kind of interference, their wives ought to do it for them. 'Resident' Musicians Wanted in North Dakota BISMARK. N'.D. Wi—There's a band here which Is short clarinet players, but no rush is expected to fill the jobs. Warden Oscar N'ypaard says the North Dakota penitentiary has about 25 members now. The boys are showin? much Improvement lately, but the clarinet section Is n'eak and needs more personnel. Paramount Smv.s X- Selected Slinrls ".My Favorite I'resideiUs" & "I.CRhnrn Swaccled" Guests to See "Boots Malone" Mr. & Mis. H. ,!. 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