The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1950 · Page 2
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PAOB TWO BUTTHFA'II-LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY M, 19M J»ae Shelton, Society Editor Phone '4461 SIMPLE AND SMART Legion Hul Setting For Cotillion Supper-Dance Approximately 50 members and guests of the Cotillion Club met Saturday night for a supper-dance at the Legion Hut. Hosts and hostesses for the affair were Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith; A low bowl of pastel-hucd flowers flanked by gleaming yellow tapers centered the refreshment table from which assarted foods were served at midnight. Arranged throughout the reception and ball rooms were complementing decorations. • • * • Mrs. Welch Entertains With Luncheon-Bridge Four tables of 'luncheon-bridge guests were complimented Saturday at the Lay Welch home on Ash '. when Mrs. Welch was hostess lo the group.- ' Bowls of pink and other pastel shades of gladioli adorned the rooms In which the guests were seated at individual tables for the two course luncheon and bridge. Immediately following lunch bridge was played with high score going to Mrs. C. Murray Smart, second high to.Mrs. J. W. Adams and low to Mrs. Max Logan. Hiolo by Cullison Hor.LAXD'S QUKKN—Janet Keller (above) reigned over the Holland- Cooler basketball game at Holland Saturday night as homecoming queen. Her maids Included 1'at MC- Crary, Pauline Chlsm. Sandra Heathcock, Fannie Lindscy, Shirley Whitener, Geneva FiUhugh, Juanita Yomit and Judy Cohoon. Mrs. Sylvester Guest At CBC Club Meeting Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester was guest Friday with members of the CBC Club when Mrs. J. J. Cookston complimented the group at her home- Potted plants decorated the rooms in which the members and guest spent the afternoon in rook. Mrs. Ross Moore .won high, Mrs.' I>endennle Fowler second high and Mrs. O. O. Elk ins rooko. At the conclusion of the game Mrs. Cookston served a dessert course. • « • Mr., Mrs. Waril Honor Club Members, Guests Mr. »nd Mrs. : Wilbur Wahl entertained members and guests - of the Past.Matrons and Past Pntrohs club at their home on Dougan Fri- .day night for a potluck supper- meeting. . . :' . "Guests meeting with the 21 members present w«re:.Mrs. Bess Stanton, Mrs. Charles McDaVriel: Mr. mnd Mrs. George Stilwell and Mr.' and >Mrs. Don Haley! Low crystal bowls holding assorted "; hued flowers were placed throughout the home with potted plants completing floral decorations. Tlie buffet styled , supper was lerved from the. dining table which was overlaid with a \vhite linen clolh and centered with pastel lined flowers arranged in a crystal bowl. Following supper a brief business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs.-J. A. Snliba, during which time Buries Barker, who was a patron of 1949. was Initiated into the club. : .•? In thesbunco games of the evening high score for the women went to-Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr., with Don Haley winning high for the men and Raleigh Sylvester, banco B. S. Wakefield Feted On 68th Birthday The 68th birthday of B.S. Wakefield was complimented, yesterday when friends entertained Mr. .and Mrs. Wakefield wilh a surprise dinner at the Wakefield home. Following dinner gilts were presented -Mr. Wakefleld. Guests attending included Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davis, Mrs. Leila Moore, Mrs. Jack Robinson and son, Jack, the Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Yount and sons Kelly and Mark. . During the afternoon after other well wishers culled to extend "Happy Birthdays" to Mr. WakeCield. * * * Friday Contract Meets With Mrs. Loy Welch Mrs. Loy Welch \vns hostess Lo members of the Friday .Contract Club at her home for the weekly niecUng Friday. ; V?ses of gladioli and greenery was arrange.! In the roonis<ln which the afternoon game was" plnyed. High score was won by Mrs. Welch, second high Mrs. 1-oyd Whiltnker and bridge Mrs. Boyle Hendcrson.- Durlng the afternoon Mrs, Welch served refreshments. Lost Cane HD Has Business Meeting Kay Fisher Honored On Third Birthday The third birthday of Kay Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Fisher, was observed recently with » party for 10 guests at the Fisher home. As each guest entered they were presented colorful bags of popcorn. Following the afternoon of informal entertainment, gifts were presented the honoree. Three tiny pink candles topped the white birthday cake which rested on the center of the dining table. "Happy Birthday, Kay" spelled out in candy letters circled the cake. Ice cream and drinks were served with the birthday cake. • Dunlng the afternoon pictures of the group were made. The Lost Cane Home Demonstration Chib met nt the Club Wednesday for a business meeting. The meeting %va3 opened by the' vice- j president Mrs, lx>ttie Mae Bourtniul. ' "Let the Rest of the World Go By 1 ' was the opening .song which \va.s led by Mrs. Ruby Veach. Each member answered (he roll cal by telling their favorite hobby. During the business meeting Mrs. Ruby Veach was selected garden leader nnd Mrs. Rosalie Williams as health leader. Mrs. Gertrude Hollmnn, home demonstration agent, presented n demonstration on making wool lamp shades and rugs. In the social hour following the meeting the hostesses. Mrs. Opal Boucher and Mrs Veach, served refresh men Us. J. D- Crowe of Elkiiis, N, o., la visiting here as guest ol his parents, Mr. and Mis. W. M. Crowe, at their home in Pride Addition- Condition of Frank T Byrd who has been confined to his home on N, Franklin with pneumonia for several days Is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Thfld Ntchol and family of Little Rock, formerly of Blytheville, were the weekend gue.sts of friends in BlyihevHle. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. and Mrs: B; S, SheUon. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Henley announce the blrlh of a daughter Friday at Walls Hospital. The baby, who IK their (list child, ha.s been named Mcuian Adalr. Mrs. Henley Ls the former Miss Carolyn Jane McLeod. Condition of Mrs. R. A, Copcland who hits been ill at her home for several days is Improved. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and family spent Sunday in Wilson a-s guests of relatives and friends, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bear, Miss JuanHa McMulIln and Miv> Willie Mae Johnson, attended the performance of Biackslone, the magician, yesterday In Memphis at Ellis Auditorium. Miss Jeahine McGhee. who Is & student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, was the weekend guest of her.parejiis, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Cunnmgham spent the weekend in liumboklt, Tenn., as guesU of Mrs, J. B, Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ingrain announce the birth of a son Sunday at Blytheville Hospital The baby, who LS their second child, has been named Bruce Weldon- " Sunday guests of-Mr, and Mrs. ( Earl Thompson were Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Ulmer of Memphis, Mrs. Rosa Rogers, M rs. Bass el Bennett and daughters, Theresa Ann and Evalene, of Marked Tree. Mrs. Rogers Ls the mother of Mrs Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs- B. S. Simmons left yesterday for Washington, D. C., where, they will attend the wedding Wednesday of Miss Drucie Snyder, Miss, Snyder, who is a niece of Mrs. Simmons, is the daughter of Secretary of the Treasury John Suyder and Mrs. Snyder. They plan Jo. return Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Gnyman announce the birth of u daughter Saturday at Blytheville Hospital The baby, who is their third child, hi been named. Edith Diane.' Mr. and Mrs. "Charley Williamson of Lnxorn announce the birth of twin sons Sunday at BlylhcvlllR Hospital. They have been named Donnie nnd Bonnie. Mr. and Mrs Williamson are the parents of three othcr,_children. MiV;«nd Mrs. Frank Greer anr chttcfi^fi., Selwyn and Franklin, of Holly 1 Springs, Miss., formerly ol Blytheville, were the weekent: guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Malln Mr. and Mrs. John Moses anc 'nmlly of Mounds, III., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Moses' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibiey "\nd sisters, Misses Josephine anc Innie Shibiey. Bobby Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Coleman, was the week end guest of his pnrents.He Ls student at Arkansas State College Jonesboro. Mr .nnd Mrs. Hnrold HainiUo announce the birth of a daughte Sunday at Blytheville Hospitnl. Th By Sue Burnett 'Here's a delightfully simple dress for daytime wear that wili pka.se the beginner 'In sewing. You'll want to make up several in different fabrics for a busy schedule- Pattern No. 8556 is a sew-riM perforated pattern in sixes 12, 14, 1G, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size U, 4',i yards of 39-inch. , • For this patlcrn. send 25 ccnt-s, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER 19 Sue Burnett, Courier News. 530 South wcl'ls Street, Chicago 7, Illinois. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION, « pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed inside the book. Coming Events .Social Calendar Monday Hoyal • Neighbors of Amerlc. meets v,'ilh Mrs. J. D. BarVsdale on Barfield Road at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Junior Hlgli School PTA meets at 3'P.m. Preceded by Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. PTA study course for Lange, Cen tral and sudbury will be held the Lahge school beginning »t 1:30 pjn. Mrs. Phillips Robinson entertain La Petite. Mrs. Jesse Taylor hostess lo Tues day Bridge. La Nneve rrccls with Mrs. N. G Jeiome. Mi:.. , Lov« Adams honors B: Monthly. Miss Marjorie Robertson hostes lo Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Mrs. Jink Scrape enlertains TLE Wednesday Mrs. H. H. Houchins, and Mri C. P. Rambo entertain membe of Chapter "V" of PEO with t o'cloc luncheon nt Houchins home. Miss Mary Jo Nabers becomes 11 bride of Oscar T. Elliolt. Jr., at p.m. at Ihe home of her parents o Main. Delphla Society meets at Hole Noble at 10 a.m. Mrs. U O, Poetz entertains Clu Eight Wednesday Bridge meets with Mrs L, -e. Old Jr. Thursday Mrs. Farrls McCalla entertains Thursday i.uncheori. Mrs. Leon Scliercr hostess to Thursday Rook Club. . >3lvth."-ille Hook meets with Mrs G. V. Daws. Mrs. Raleigh Svlvestcr enlertains Thursday Night Club. Avnlon Bunco meels with Mrs. Raymond Shimlin. Mrs. R. P. Kirshner enlertains Thursday Club. Octette Club meets wilh. Mrs m, B»u> Resolutions for Women Seek Happiless in '50 Al The Hospitals >/ons Cancelled tor Quarterly WMU Meeting The regular mjartcrly Woman's lissionnry Union meeting, sched- led to be held Jan. 27 at First Baptist Church in Blylhevllle, has een.-cancelled, Mrs. R. H. Jones, iiperinlendent of county W. M. U. work, has announced. Mrs. Jones said the "meeting was uncalled because of the associa- ional methods conference for W. VI. U. officers and members which vlll be held nt the Osceola Bap- 1st Church Feb. n. Y Speakers at the methods confer- ;nce will include Miss Nancy Cooper, executive secretary-treasurer of he Arkansas W.M.U.; Miss Doris DeVault, state young people's leader; Miss Amanda Tinkle, returnee [lissionary from Africa; and Mrs. Dn-lghl H. Blackwood, Northeast Arkansas district president. Junes Hill. Jr. 20th Century Cluh meets at Legion Hut. Supper served at 1:30 p.m. followed by election of officers. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kali'. Dr. and Mrs. N. G. Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olsen. Friday Mrs. A. A. Hardy entertains CBC Club.. Sunday Miss Lorene Ross becomes the bride of James England in a"ceremony to be performed at 4:30 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church. .Suggested New Year'* or the woman who want* 1«M o be a better ye»r than 1M»: To give some added time to m»k- ng, keeping and, even more Important, enjoying friendships. M«k- ng new friendships and finding Ime for old ones add variety and tchness to the "dallyness" of liv- ng. To do less worrying over nonessentials. It's amazing how much you can cut down on your worry- ng If you refuse lo get In * slew over problems Ihat aren't actually important, or about on» that you can't do anything about «ny- how. To cultivate a serene, unhurried way of meeting each day's demands. Each day only has so many hours in which you can do only so much. So go through it at an even pace Instead of hurrying and rushing yourself Into exhaustion only to find that at Ihe, end of Ihe day you stllV haven't *tcom polished all you meanl to do. Give Some Time To Your Family To make a happier home. This Istv' a matter' of working harder It may even b* « question of not working quite so hard, so that you have time for your husband and children, time to listen and praise, to laugh and play, to make your love for your family deeply felt by all it-5 members. To talk less and do more. The more we.talk about the things we intend to do the less likely we are to ever get at them. To be more charitable and helpful to other women. Women blame most of the troubles and unhappi- riess on men—but a lot of most women's discontent Is caused by other women. To like your home as it Vs. vn- •;ad of being diwatisfied with It because it doesn't have this or that improvement or isn't as fancy as some other woman's. LUXORA NEWS Miss Elolse Wright has returned jome alter a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wright and the Sheihis' of Forrest city . Club Women Mett Fourteen members of the Doubl* Bridges Home Demonstration club met Jan. 9ih at the home ot Mrs. R. P. McCasliu. The eye opener for the meeting was a picture show goven by the home demonstration agent, MLw Helen Wells. Each meriiber answered (he roll call by telling their wish for 1950 to everyone in the club. Mrs. Archie Normns gave the devotional which was a poem of thanks. The hostess nerved refreshmei.4* of coffee and cake. ^^' The next meeting will be In the home of Mrs. Charles Hoard on Feb. 13th. During the afternoon the group elected officers. Those elected were president, Mrs. Harvey, PermeiUer; vice-president, Mrs. Paul Jackson; and reporter, Miss Eloise Wriglit. The American Ice Industry produced 49,750,000 tons in 1049. COTTON IN THF SVt IM— A cot Ion drtsamaker bathing suit, wilh n( skirt and ruffle trim, that's ery much at home under the water r beachcombing. It's of puckered otton In an Hawaiian fi.sh prinl, le midriff section elaslifi/ed for nuf, easy fil. By Catalina, Inc. Coffee Salesman Sells Himself on Second Call On Murfreesboro Widow MURPREESBORO, Ark.. Jan. 23. I/Pi—A salesman who sold Mrs. Lottie Wagner. 72. some coffee recently and stayed for dinner. Is now her husband. bnby, who is their third child, has been named Pnlrna May. GonrtiUon of Mrs. Moses George who hns been quite ill for -several days at Blythevlllc Hospital, Is improved today. Condition of Mrs. E. G. FulbrielH. who underwent major surgery this morning at Blytneville Hospital, is satisfactory. ' Miss Lcla Rose Castllo, who Is a student nt Arkansas Tccli, Russellville, was among the eight finalists for "Miss Sweater Girl of Arkansas Tech for 1950" which was held Friday night on the Arkansas Tech campus. Miss Castlio is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castlio of Blytlicville. G. L. Ross, 70, Ihe salesman, was- nlfr-'eyactly a stranger., when he knocked on Mrs. Wagner's door. Theyhad corresponded once, several years apo. Mrs. Wagner bought, some at Ross' wares and invited him to stay for dinner. He accepted. week later, Rosfe called again, tins time he presented Mrs. Wagner with some coffee. She re- t ciprocntod with another dinner in- vi'atiori. The persuasive salesman tarried a little longer to pop the Question- and Mrs. Wagner accepted. They were married last week. They attribute their romance to liking for good food and Mrs. Wagner's CL'linury skill.. - | Ross has three children by two; previous marriages. Mrs. Ro.^s liar> l»een married once before and has U'o children. fish, Game Commission Develops Deer Sproy SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—A I»W repeliant spray that will Veep deer from eating crops Is being developed by the Fish and Ggme Division. Game officials aren't saying yet Just what it is. but it has beer developed since complaints begar comin gin some years back abou wild deer eating everything . from Brussels sprouts to fruit trees. They aren't quit* sure of It yel but tests with the new spray show It has "deterred" deer from gobblin grape vines in the N»pa Valley. The problem is much wider liia this wineTTlch vnttey. More planted land in the green partE of the sUt plus a. growing, protected deer pop ulation have combine to cause thousands of dollars in damage many places. I Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Alfred Williams and baby. City. Mrs. B. W. Ingram and baliy, City. Clarence Moore, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, City. Max Graham, City. Lonnie Donnahuc, Sleele. \ "Frankly, Pop, / think you'll find it easier to get money from the GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORAT/ON by taking a loan on your car I" Spaghetti Supper (Italian Style) Legion Hut - Wed. 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