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TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1952 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.V COUKTEK NEWS PTYB Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4-161 U:AVINO FOR RUST CA.MI'—Members of (he Dogwood Home Dfmonstration Club, who left (o- cUv for an animal three-day rest camp helcj at Walcott, Ark,, nre \ front row, Irft to right* Mrs. Jerry Scrape, Mrs. Phillip Applebamn, Miss Shirley Burks, Mrs. Marvin Lanci (hack rowi Mrs. Charlie Ltiles. Mrs. John Burk?. Mrs. Hill Cable, president, Mrs. P. S. Parker, Mrs. Otis Seralt and Mrs. Clarence Davis. Bits of News Height Is Considered a Glamor Asset by Beautiful Bess Myerson Mr. anrt Mrs. D, J. Hortge, Jr., of Racine, \Vis. are here tor a tuo vcek's vacation with Mr. larents. Mr. and Mrs, Ko^c, Sr., and Mrs, Hodge's sisters, Mrs. Jimny Lunstord, Mrs, Eugene Evans, nd families. J. J. Moore of Number Nine, who ins been a patient at Baptist Hospital In Memphis, underwent surgery yesterday. He is in room 651. Mrs. Moore and son, j. J. Moore, Jr.. nre with him. Mrs, J. D. McDowell returned to her home after spending tVu weeks in Mangham. La., where she visited hfr sister's. Mrs. .1. W. DeMoss, and Mrs. Myrtle Preston and families. Mis, Je.-se Cunninponi of Memphis, who is vacationing In Lebanon, ind.. has heroine critically ill. j She is the mother of Mrs.'John Me- ! Doivrll of niylhoville, j Mi?s Cliffie Overman is .spending J this week in Monticelto. Ark., wlrh friends. Mrs. C. K. Parks spent the woek end In Memphis. She went esu.-rrial- lv to be with her brother, H. R. Duncan, of Hughes, who is a patient in Baptist Hospital. While j there, Mrs. Parks was Vhe cues' it her sons. R, F. Parks and Roy C. Parks and families. neaiiliful Bess Myerson, n former Miss America, considers lier height, five feel, ten inches hi stocking feel, nn important glamor asset, She has made a careful study of Uic right •*to(hes for her figure, anil gladly passes he has Icarncil :ilori» lo yon. She prrters 'ie flared coat tn the filled (above), :uul likes i wear hats that silhouette her face, antf ( don't look absurdly small (fop center) Miss Myerson Is also extrenvely eocueiont of the jewelry she wears. Because she U quit* slender, in addition to being tall, she prefer* delicate pieces (or evening wear (lowtr center). Of course, every tall girl know* th« problems encountered when shoe shopping! | It Is no simple matter to find smart-looking ; shoes, lies:; Myerson chooses the buie.JHUtp s with occasional variations (right). Chi Omega's Hold-Rush Party At Hotel Noble sister and brother. Mrs. H. P. O.ir- Baptists Meet In Homes of Members ^ o[ D( , rmott Members of the aflcrnoon cir- : group roiicluclrd a'sorial hmn v.'ilh i Odell Dye of Moi cles of the Woinpn'K MIsMonnry Un- i informal tntpvUinmenl and re- ion of Ihe First Baptist Chxirch met Mr. and Mrs. Waller Goforih hnVe If) .1 Wfl.ff 11 hart as their ciiesls. Mrs. Goforln's, f\lttll I I Illicll — Tlip Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was the scene yesterday' of a Chi Omega luncheon for North East Arkansas members and rushees. Miss Shirley King, student a! University of ArkAnsas. is .rush captain for this area and was in charge of the activities. She u'a.E assisted by Miss Jo Ann Trt^sch- mann. who is president of the sorority chapter at Mississippi Southern College, Hattiwbllrg. At the round-up party, decora- hj . hate, and other Western scenery. At the head of Ihe table was a '"g,'^, en m( , j met in the in the homes of members yesterday. Mrs. Leslie Moore was hostess to six members and one guest of Circle One, The opening prayer <.vas given by Mrs. Oliver Alexander which was followed with a lesion lauplil by Mrs. W. M. Berryman. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw gave the dismissal prayer. freshments served by the. hostess. Kitchen Shower Is Given For June Buchanan Ann one pre-nuptinl events being - , given for Miss June Buchanan, who returned, from a month In Flint Members of Circles Two and Four L wil] h marrieri to Benjamin John- Mich., where they viMtod Mr, nun- met with Mrs. C. W. Affiick at her; i ..... „ home with ten present for Ihe les- t.. Ark., nnd Ret., /— i | p_p r* j „ I _ inticello. who re- i \—/w I I \_-vJC vJ I I 1 o ™ . I "-^ Moke Good As Mothers, Too own, Mrs. John M. Brown and daughters. Mary and Sherry, are spending the week in Memphis \v;t.h friends. She is there to he with her husband, who is in Kennedy Hospital. where his condition is report- i Rronp o j college ed Improved. I students. And he Talk to Him of His Interests And He'll Be a Good Listener "He never ffully Hs'iens when I : kind of pretense from him. try to carry oil n oonvrrsalion with I He probably won't piny that c.ime. him" wives often <:oni[)lain in tlicir i if n conversation borrs him. he'll lelters to this column. . rst-ape behind his newspaper, or cut "College girls mak* good mothers." the dean of St. Louts Unlvers- ! sll i. c O f tty recently told son taught by Miss Cordelia Wil- ?nn j n August, cr ? j ven Mr. and Mrs. Lee Duncan have was a kitchen show- [fan's sister. While there, they also added: "The statem P. n t one sometimes hears that a college girl by Misses Millie sau> Niagara Fulls, and visitrcl Tor- j doe- 1 ; not make a Mallorv' and "pat" Mulllns at the ! onto. Canada, and Mackirmc Is- good mother i* a stupid one and the center, miniature pairs of Hale. Mrs. Charles Evan led. the on- { Buchanan, cowboy boots held arrange-1 ening prayer which was fillnwed | elect . Mrs. of nink sweetpeas. i by the lesson (aught by Mr*. Lloyd o f the gi fweetpeas. phlox, nnd zinnias, and down white mente of pink sweetpeas. The singing of the sorority song opened a program-meeting following luncheon. The girls were taken to the air baae pool for swimming In the afternoon. Rushees invited included Miss j Betty Lou Ayers of Jonesboro, Miss Jnan CurUn of Marion, Miss Nancy Gant of HarrEsburg. Mlas Claria " Jackson of Walnut Ridge, Miss Lore ne Lumpkin of Marion, Miss Barbara Logan of Walnut Ridge, MIPS Marg Hale of Blytheville, Miss Dixie Faye Killian of Manila, Miss Sally Trieschmann and Miss Donna Gore of Blytheville.. Miss Mary Michte of Steele. Miss Sisie Hurley, Miss Patty McDonald, anrt Miss Betty Biggadite. all of Newport and Miss Ann Smith of Jonesboro. nbers of C home of by the lesson [aught by Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. The closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Kendall Berry. Members of Circle met in the home of Mrs C. E. Johnson with nine members and three guests at- r Guests included members of Young Women's Asp Delation of the First, Baptist Church of which Miss Buchanan is a member, Mrs. W. E. mother of the bride- C. E. Johnson, mother of the groom-to-be. Miss Hazel Brannan and Mrs. Lin wood Lewis. A brief meeting of the association was held on the porch preceding the evening's entertainment. In the living room, where guests Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fisher of Parkersbnrf?. W. Va.. who have been ! ;he guests of her parents. Mr and tending. Mrs. E. P. Hardin <?ave the were BMte(1- la t er t n the evening, opening prayer, and Mrs. H H. i Miss Buchanan's chair was marked Brooks taught the mission lesson. w(th a i arpe w ),iie satin bow with The dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. B. C. McNiece. streamers leading to a crystal chandelier. The gifts table was centered Mi's. M- W. Mitchell was hnsiess I with an arrangement of petunias and Mrs. Herman Walls was co-land other summer flowers and hostess for a meeting of members of' flanked with white tapers in crys- Circle Six at the church. Nine, mem- tal, Ruled with blue malin to carry bers ano* two visitors attended the|out_a blue and white color scheme, lesson taught by Walls. Prayeis were offered by Mrs, Hays Sullivan and Mrs. Mitchell. Mrs. J. W. Porllock. was At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: • Mrs. Marshall Thomas, Cooter. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Howard Teeter and baby, city. Eugene Davis, Luxors. pure myth." The real (tilth, it seems to me. Is Ruth MilleU home today. Dr. and Mrs. W\ F. Brewnr have returned home from Kent.urky Lnke and other points of interest in Kentucky and Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platl and sons. Manley and Maurice Fein- have ncvpr been Granted that n man should-—if | you off with nn ungracious rrmark. or tin other reason than for the •NS—rciiHy listen to vhaleve.r his .wife has lo say. Die So Die only way you can make sure that he pays attention when you talk is to talk about .something truth of the matter is that most that- you know he is interested in. nc guesis 01 iier pH[if[ns. vni nini , •• - . . , , Mrs. Jim BracWn. returned to their (that to say (hat college girls ma,e ' good mothers is a big a cencrali/n- tion as to say they don't make good mothers. Actually, some college Rlrls make splendid mothers, and some make ,r one.s. Just as some girls who pooi to college make husbands aren't that gracious at home. j So if he uoesnl Listen, there's no j use in fuming that he should. | The only sensible thine to rin is to admit Hint if he doesn't listen, then he isn't Interested; that you're expecting your husband tn be'iuter- eptctl in subjects because you arc interested in them. Ro what can you do nbouL that? Why. instead of expecting him to he us fascinated with n discussion of what lo do about rirnpeiios fnr the livinR room as another womnn | would be. just face the fact that he j isn't, nnd isn't likely to even pretend If you aren't willinc lo do that, lien tl.'.s useless io complain that he ncs'er really listens to you. Femp/e Royalty May Return to to eight members of Circle Seven. Mrs. Theodore Loean gave the opening prayer and Mrs. She!bm:rne Brewer taught the lesson and gave the dismissal prayer. Following each lessnn taught, (he berg, have returned from a week's trip to Chicago and Camp Burr Oaks. WIs.. where they visited their daughter, Darlene Feinberp. Mrs. L. C. Rollison, Mrs. James Foster and Miss Ellen Moore have returned from a week's vacation In New Orleans and points of interest in t.he south. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haynes and family left this morning for Eiloxi. To further carry out the scheme, i Miss, to spend a week in the 1mm? Newest In Women's Styles Ice Cream Supper Hopors Guests Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fi?he,r of arkersburp. W. Va.. who have been the gue.sts of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brackin. were honored last night with an ice cream supper at the home of Mr. anri Mrs. John Tyrone. The 25 guests were entertained informally by the hostess and co- hostess. Mrs. Kine Laferney Decnratinc the home were rr^pe j myrtle, and sweetpeas ,in mixed arrangements. tea cakes iced in white were inscribed with "June 'and Ben'* in blue and favors were tiny blue Italian bask els tied w i t h wh i te malin and ribbon. For the occasion, Miss Buchanan was dressed in chocolate brnwn voile with a touch of white, Her accessories were pale blue, anri she was given a corsage of white carnations .ied with blue anrt holding tiny tnife, fork, anri spoon. excellent mothers, and some fall rto«'n on the job. Take a ?irl who 1ms the qualities j that will some day help her berome, f a pood mother, then "give her the advantage of a fine education and pbe should make a superior mother. But- take * «' rl without, those qualities that enable a woman to guide children wisely and well, scn d her in college, and shp'll still of^Ws brother. Sgt, John Haynes | , nck whab ^ UkPfi (or happy Bn d 1 successful motherhood. Patience, kindness, firmness and a respect for children as people are all needed to make * woman good mother. And those qualities don't ncce. ie with higher .educatio Nor are they necessarily lacklr In the party games played. Miss Maxlne Hill, Misss Katherine We.sl- brook, and M$s. Buchanan won prizes. The hostesses were assisted by Mrs Victor Mallory,Trinity Baptists Have Lessons and Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Tom R. Pinkney and Mrs. Herbert L. Rowe of Little Rock left yesterday after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Haralson. Dr. and Mrs. K. N. Wiser and children of Greer. S. C.. will ar- \ " ril y comp . rive Inday Lo be the guests of Mr. friends. They are former reRidents So instead of talking about the draperies and feeling hurt because you can't pet his attention, pave tht kind of talk for your women friend. 1 !. Figure out whaly our husband is ntercstnd in, and talk fibout that. Then hc'l! listen. ANKARA, Turkey f/T 1 ) — Female members of Turkey's former imperial family, Die Ottomans., in exile since the Vevolution after Wnrld Wnr I, may now return to Turkey, regain Turkish nationality and make their homes If they wish. Turkey's Grand National Assembly recently passed R measure without, dcbntc to re-adrnit women members oi the imperial family with Ihnir husbands and children. SLill barred from Turkey arr male members of the family with dired claim to the throne of the sultans Coming Events Wednesday Semi-Canasta Club meets tn tht home of Mrs. Travis Deen. Mrs. Paul Jobs is hostess to Clufc KtghL at her home. Mrs. Harold Nunn ent«rt»lni members of the CTB. Thursday Night game played by Blytherltl* Duplicate BridRe game. MM. T. O. Huey entertains mem- )ers of the Thursday Rook club. Mrs. Jane Carson it host*6i to nembers of Kibitzer. Mrs. N. G. Jorom*. ts hoatw* t* La NuBve at her home. Friday Dorcus Sunday School ha* 3:3* p.m. business and social mcetinf with Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mr*. Pearl Hires, hostesses. La Finesse meets In the hem* of Mrs, Mason Day. Jr. SaTftrdaj Saturday afternoon game* of^th* Blytheville Duplicate Bridge LCigut are played. Co/fee Quells Blaze In Parked Automobile HURON, S. D. (/T) — Patrolmen Francis Schwartz and Charles Geyer dropped Into R Huron cafe recently and ordered coffee. While there, they looked out R window and saw flames coming from under the hood of a parked car. The patrolmen grabbed the coffee pot, ran onlslne, and poured Brief summer foot coverings should be. washed alter oach wear .__ r ..._ _ _ ^ Rcmembf-r. you spend your days ing—for sanitary reasons nnd fort the coffee on the fire. That one way, mid your husband spends comfort. quenched the blaze. hifi another. WhiU interests you vitally doesn't necessarily interest him. Being a woman, you willingly make a pretense of being Interested in anything t-hat interests your husband. But don't expect the same Marriage Licenses Cnrrertinn In Hie Marriaee UiceiiFe listines in yesterday's edition of the Courier News, the name nf a Blytheville pirl appeared as Mrs, Miriam Jeanette Dedman due to a typn- craphiral error. It should have read MiS5 Miriam Jeanette Drclman. for ^"hose marriage to Robert I,. Waiden the license was obtained. of Blytheville. whether or not college girls make pood mothers. If droopy veils are spoiling your Some do. Some dnn't. summer hats, correct the condition!. j llst as snmp nlph sc v, on i prtvd-j Opcn tt:,'W p.m. Show SlarLs at Dusk. 2 Shows Rvery Nile. in a minute with a vapor-steam iron. Place your veil on the ironing board between two sheets of waxed paper. Set, your iron for "rayon" and 51 on -study, and Mrs Herman Adalr dismissed with prayer. tntes do. and some don't. And Jn-st 1 as some Birls who have never graduated from hiph school make good mothers, and some don't. Like other Jobs, being a Rood mother requires natural talents, | VIB , They can be enriched. But if a/ girl doesn't have them, education TUICS.-\VKI). Dollar Nilcs Jlring u Carload For n Dollar Mrs Billy Woolen and Mrs. C. W. Forrest were hostesses yesterday lo members of Circles One and Two of Trinity Baptist Church Mrs. Woolen was hostess to Circle One at her home lor seven members Mrs. Hershell Roberts led the opening prayer and Mrs. Woolen taught the lesson on community missions. Mrs. L. R. SwafTord gave ' listings thf dismissal prayer. j At a meeting of Circle Two In the ' home of Mrs. Fnrrjpst, Mrs. John t Nelson was in charge nf the busi- 1 ness meeting. Prayer was led by | Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, a visitor, with the eieht members present. 1 Following the business session, Mrs. Joyce Crocker taught Ihe mis- \ Refreshments wore served by the} en n't plve her what- it, takes to be- hoslr.ws in s\ social hour held. i romp a really coofl mother. By Sue Burnett Soft scallops ?ive a drc5/:cd-up air to this afternoon frnck for thn more mature figure. You'll like the comfortable rollarle.i 1 : neckline. panrlleJ skirt. shorl or below-1 he-elbow sleeves. Pattern \'o. R7T5 is a sew-rile perforated palTrni in M7.es 35. 33, 40 42. 44. -!fi. 4«. 50. 52. Sir.e 38, .short slrrve, 4'.- yard-; of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In CCNS. your name, artrirc=s. si?/ 1 desired and the PATTERN NUMBER 10 Sue Burnett. Courier News. 37n Q nncy St.. Chicago 6. Tl], Rrady for you now—Basic FASHION" for '52. Fall and Winter. This new is"iue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewinc for a new season: Gift pattern printed Inside the book, 2oc, U.S. NO, 1 ARKANSAS FREESTONE ELBERTAS Bushel s 2.99 plus lax PERMASTICR The. fntmloua fiiprr-jfnoof/i- in? lip»tirk llial «(rt>> nn... won"I niirfir...Hon'i dry lips! Ju<t Mimolli PerniHMJrk nn... Icl it ,'cl...lhcn prc*« n ti«*tic lo yniir lip* until no rM*>r ronir^ nf!. Tlirn kis« \oiir lira n or ilrink ynnr rof f e.e nr cat an R*rour«e ilinnrr. .„ T'rrmnMirk will krcp nn lonk- inir lovely |rtr hour*! Four Glnrmui roua Tn««y ml- nr«: Miflni^hl, Miilniplil Pink, C.nnl ralianil, f^arHrn Parly. Tlii» offer LIMITED TIMR 0AM'/ WOODS DRUG Bfytheville, Ark. ^*OULW*L.SH^- — -.-- Cavloon Comedy AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY /TYRONE POWER fcrpirgKf back in hit, greatest role at JESSE JAMES ITECHNJCOIOKI SHORTS: "Sack a Doodle" & "Rirfe Cowboy" RITZ GUESTS Mr. R Mrs. Jesse M. While & Family .Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Slnbhs & Family Mr. & Mrs. Kiclwird Sweat & Family Mr. & Mrs. Itolierl McHaney & Kamily Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starrs 7:15 p.m. Admission Or & liOc At All Times TCF-S.-\VK1).-THL'US. I 'a I Nilcs 2 For I'ricc Of 1 i Betsy Brake!! I .« \V"B-,C» fl"oV H«ff ' ('" j 'ROOM FORONE on* Also Cartoon for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALE, 567-M

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