The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1952 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR Jane Sheiton,' Society Editor Shower Is Given For Couple Married Recently Miscellaneous gifts for their new home v/ere showert'd upon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris-oil lost night by the 22 guest?, who attended the party givc-n in their honor by Mrs. Frank Sawyers and Mrs. W. D. Crocker al the Crocker home. Mrs, Harrison was until her recent marriage Mi^s Ella McCook. Party games nnd informal entertainment marie up the evening's activities, v/Uh, Mr. Harrison anrt Miss Pat McOrepor winning prizes. Jonquils and hyacinths provided the floral .setting arid after the Sifts had been opened nnd displayed, the hostesses served party foods. Special gwe.sls were mothers of the couple, Mrs. Shelby McCook and Mrs, Glen Harrison. Club Honored In Cherry Home Luncheon and brirtve at the home of Mrs. J. Louis Cherry cm West Main Street ye-sterday entertained Mid-Week Club members and one guest, Mrs. Odell Sanders. Clusters of early Spring blooms arranged in a long design centered the luncheon table anci completing the party setting were bowls of gladioli. Folowing the three course luncheon; bridge was played with Mrs. Sanders taking high score and Mrs- Harry W. Haines, second high. Mrs. Sanders, who makes her home In Charleston, Miss., i.s the houscgnest of her mother, Mrs, M. O. Usrcy. La Nueve, Guests Meet in Home Two guests yesterday played bridge with members of La Nueve when Mrs. CJarenre Webb enter- tritned at her Chickasawba Avenue home with a dessert bridge, Mrs. Worth Holder nnd Mrs. Rob crt Peterson were guests nnrf in the afternoon's bridge en me, Mrs. R. E. Green won high score nnd Mrs. Newell Jerome, second, hlyh Spring blooms iti post el tones marked the entertaining room in which the guests \v?re seated. Thursday Rook 'Club Has Meetihg All members of the Thursday Rook Club yeslerriny attended the weekly session for which Mrs. Giro Wren was hostess. * Colorful jonquils were set about the home nml in the afternoon's game, Mrs. Harold Henson won higrh score, Mrs. Neville Blakemore, second high ami Mrs, T. O. Huey, rooko. Mrs. Wren served a salad plate. BLTTHETTLLH (ARK.) COURIER XEWS Bits of News siiNion CLASS i'i,,\y CAST i'KAfrn<:i-:s-conw<i y cast mcm- hcrs, Jerry Halsell. (loft) Hal Bnycl a nil Nita Rose Hall enact a scene from "The Pest durst" which will be presented April 3-1 a I the high school auditorium. M.lss Luna n. Wilholm is dlrcctln K the presentation, which is one of throe to he «ivc:i, anil Mary Ann Hobson is student director. (Courier Ncivs I'linto) Mrs. Georgia West Joins Bunco Club Mrs. Georgia West met as a now member last nifiht with the Alpha Beta Bunco Club when Mrs. N. W. Trnnaham was hostess to Die group for K dessert bunco at the Razor, back. Mrs, Charles Cook was a Riiest nnd in I he games. Mrs. Jimmy Kerne, won high score. Miss Ellse Lewis, second-high and Mrs. Helen Hawkins, bunco. A saJnd course was served. Guests Meet With Kibitzers Jonquils and hyaciitths added' a Spring touch to the George. Hubbard, Jr.. home yesterday for the dessert bridge honoring Klbllxrr Club members and guests, members of an Osceola Wednesday ISiidce Club, anrt Mrs. Wallace flokc and Miss Nancy Hughes. Mrs, RolxTl McHancy look hi^lii score honors for the Kibitzers, with! Mrs. Walter Daniels winning guest I high. Mrs. Jane Carson won bridge. Party Marks Third Birthday Jran Slwrpe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Sharpe observed her third birthday at her home In the I/ine Oak Community Wednesday with a party for Isx guests. PH/cs went to the contest win- , nrrs and after gitt.s for the hon- ] orce had been opened, th birthday I cake which was iced In pastel le.t- lers, Happy Birthday Jean." was cm and smwl with party foods. Special guests were Mrs. M. F Poof nnd Mrs. W. P. Sharpe Brand- mothers of the guest of honor. Al the Hospitals Blytlicvlllc Hospital Dismissed; Gary Wayne Gill. City Mrs. O. D. Bonrt, Cooler Emtnett Cole. Cooler Economical Sew-Simple Mrs. G. G. Caudi Entertains at Club! Mrs. a. n. Cautlllt yesterday entertainer! with n lunrhcon-lnidKC nt (he Country chili for members' of the Thnrscttiy contract Club nnrt' one eucst, Mis. Doylir Henderson. Pastel tone Spring blooms ninrk- erl (he Inblc. nt .which Ihe guests were scaled for the three course luncheon. In the ndernoon's bridge game, Mrs. Henry Humphreys, won hijjh score and Mrs. p. D. Foster, second high. Coming Events Friday Rebecah Lodge has 7 p.m. meet- in? at Odd Fellows Hnll with Steele Heliecah Lodge members ns giicsus. Mrs. T, j. Bailey. M rs . L. M, Burnett, and Mrs. E, P. Blomcyer will entertain the Past Matrons and Patrons Club nt 7 p.m. nt the Masonic Halt. Salunlay Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel NobJe at 1:15. Miss Patsy Pope. Mrs. .Jerry Hearn. Mrs. Wilbur Wnhl. Mrs. Jlmrnic Sanders and Mrs. M. S. Eriwimls entertaining at Lake Street MetliodlM Church at 7:30 p.m. -\vith pro.nuptial shower-pnr- ly honoring AHss Jackie Estes. bride elect of Jesse Hunter Lund, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. j. Edwards of Kansas City, Mo., Francis Edwards and daughter, Elizabeth Ann, of Blackburn, Mo., will arrive in the morning to spend several clays as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens of Dell and Dr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd. Pfc. Don w. Peterson left yesterday for San Anlonlo, Tex., after spending a 14-day leave, here as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Frcddckson announce the hlrth ol their first child, a daughter, yesterday afternoon nt Walls Hospital. She lias Siren named Jeannctte Walls. Mr.s. Frcdrlckson is the [onnor Mi.ss Joyce Walls. Corky Akin is reporter! in a satisfactory condition at Blvtheville Hospital \vhere he underwent an appendectomy Monday ni^'ht Miss Betty Docids left today for Ncwhern. Tenn.. to be the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Doilds. Mr.s. I. R. Coleman ami Mrs. Bob Warren were in Memphis yesterday to visit Benny Iiurpole. HI, who js a p.'Uionl at the Hap(1st Hospital, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. lien llm-pol?. Jr. Benny's condition is reported as improved and he will be removed to his home this weekend. I.t. James Bauiihman will leave In the morning for Texas and overseas duty in Japan. Mrs. liaiiMh- man and son will remain in Bly- Iheville to make their home. .Miss Kay Colston arrived yesterday from Arkansas state ColtcRe. Joncsboro to be the weekend guesl of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Colston. Mr. and Mrs. James Florida will leave Monday for Osceola to make their home where Mr. Florida has farming interests. While. In Blylheville they made their home at 125 East Ash. Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe and daughter, Jean, have returned [rom Little Rock where they had spent several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Crafton have as their weekend guest their son. Rilly Crafton. student at Arkansas Stale College. Gary Wayne Gill was removed to Ills home on North Highway Gi today from Blvtheville Hospital where he had undergone a ton- sllectomy. FRIDAY, MARCH Rntk Husband Usually Doesn't Enthuse Over Her Career Writes a working wife: "My hus- batid has never objected to, my having a joh which actually hus,- durinf; the eight years of our marriage, developer! into a career. "Hut lie doesn't seem at all proud of the success I have made, I honestly can't understand why because I am deeply proud of the success he has achieved nnd, of course, I let him know it." E> e r h a p s you can understand it. if you'll ask yourself a few questions. Ooe.s yovir career success add to his prestige in any way? Of course it doesn't. It adds to your.s hut may even Itiith Milieu subtract from his. The world still regards the husband's career as ncin B important enough for a woman to get her e."o Kitisfiiction out of bcins! his wife. and helping to further his career. Arc you as creative a lionirnini-- er a.s the Hives you know who make housekeeping a full-time job? Vow may be. But chances are that you're not. For you have -i ready-made aliui for letting thln»s DO VOU IIAVK T1MF FOR VOUR HOMF.? Al.'n. ii job that is important rnoiieli to be regarded as a career may not leave you enough time or cneiRy to be a really creative homcmaker. Are you more interested in your work than in your husband's? Honest, now. ff the answer Is "yes" then you can't really expect your husband to share your enthusiasm for your work. Instead, he is far more likely to hold a secret resentment against so absorbing an interest that does not concern' him. Maybe"you'll say that a man has no right to feel this way. But it Is foolish to talk of what ought to be In sued n situation. It's what "is" that you have to face and io live with. PAINTING RESTORED—N-irilo Di Clone's 14th-century master- Piece-, "fit. John tl'.u Dauist," is shown at the half-way point in the restoration process biiiv; applied 10 1! Italian Renaissance paintings which will be placed un t-xhihil nt the Yale Art Gallery, Now t!;,vcn, Conn. Film to Be Shown Al Holland Baptist Church The film, "Bible on the Table," will be shown tomorrow night at the Holland Baptist Church, in connection with the revival which is now in progress. The Rev. Russell J. Duffer o( Pnrngoulrt i.s the speaker. Services will begin tomorrow evening at 7 p.m., the Rev. Fred Boren, pastor announced. Farm Wife Is Art'ssi Without Any Lessons Pontiac. 111. r.-r-, _ Mrs. Hannah Gallup, farm wife artist who never has had an art lesson, uses dime store brushes and household paint to put pictures on canvas. Her work attracted attention nt an exhibit at the local armory. Her painting is realistic to the last hog house or broken fence-vail. Once she painted .111 old barn that a neighbor was going to tear down. When he saw the painting, he decided the scene was too pretty to mar, so the barn is still standing. Dogwood HD Club Has Program Session Ten members of the Dofwood Home Demonstration Club m«t Wednesday at the club for a program eession. Group singing and a devotional by Mrs. P. B. Jarratt opened the semi-monthly session. The Lord's Prayer was repeated by the club and guests, Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, home demonstration agnt and Mr. Coady Eaton. Mrs. Jarratt showed the ey« opener which was crocheted hot plate holders after which Mrs. Holiman .showed slides on interior decor; 1 lion. Mrs. Eaton discussed color har- miuy to close the meeting. Refreshments were served by the hwtesses. Mrs. Mary Scrape and Mrs. Jarratt. Yarbvo Baptists Meet In Jack Emery Home Mrs. Jack Emery wafi hostess at her home yesterday to members of t h e. Ynrbro Missionary Baptist Women's Missionary Union tor a lesson study. Mrs. Richard Haynes met as a new member. Prayer by Mrs. Floyd Ash opened the program in \vhich Mrs, Emery gave the devotional and taught the lo.sson study. Following the adjoiH-niiis prayer, ice cream and cake u'ere served by the hostess. Ll. James Baughman Honored at Dinner Party Never Iron bath toiiels after they have hoen laundered. Merely shake them out, well, pull to straighten and fold carefully. GEO, Two Guests Meet in Home Mrs, Sam Heridick and Mrs. Bill i Under last mghl were sursts with members of the GEO Club when Mrs. Joseph w. MrHanoy entertained at her home with n dessert bridge. Spring blossoms, hyacinths, tulips nnrt iris provided t.he floral backdrop and in the bridge pame. Mrs, Heridick won Jilch scnre. Mrs Frank Seay second hlsh and Mi" Jcttyc Huffman, bririgo Mrs. McHaney served a sandwich plate. Duplicate Bridge League Winners Ave Named Mrs Samuel F. Norris and Jim Roleson ln.st night took fust place honors in Ihe semi-weekly panic of the Bhtheville Duplicate Bridge League, Playing a four-table Howell movement nt Hotel Noble. Mrs. o, S. Crowcll and Mrs. Holt-son won second bit,-]). Sue Burnett This back-wrap bare top dress Is so wonderfully cool tor warm weather, so simple and thrifty to sew. p'or colder weather indoors it's n perfect juniper with a blouse. Just wrap and tic! Pattern No. R701 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14. 16, 18, 20: 40, 42. Sizes 14, 4 ynrds of 33-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, nnd Ihe PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. 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