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December 9, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR BLYTHKVItLB fARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER, f, — Society News — tl«* Mulline tinfiinf if KV1H nV * PVinnn AAR pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Brides-Eltct Share Honors At Party Here PTA's Hear Talk on Education Members of tlie Parent-Teachers Associr.tior.s of Hlyh School and Junior High School met jointly ycstonl-y af.?rno;!i lit 1'ie iilKli sc'iool auditor;'..m when (he guest .s-\":v.cr w-.s County Judge Philip Doer, former K'.ucutor. Jutit^c Dcor used as hi.s subject, "What's Happening In Eclura- Ton." He poinlod out fi.-.t s:,:ce Ihe fivmers of the constitution had m: tic no provision for puii'ic educ-tion. that the responsibility was left to t'le suites ::ncl pr.sr^ci on to the communities to set st: n: i-; s . m! r^uil.'tions. He sUHcc! that he believed the Sharing honors at a dessert bridge party last night at the horns of Mrs. C. Murray Smart were Miss Gay Garrigan and Miss Annslla Humphreys, who are to bscome brides this month. Miss Garrison is betrothed to Waddy Moore III, of Helena, Ark., and Miss Humphreys Is to become the bride of Jerry Van Zandt of Fort Smith. Mrs. Smart used a Christmas tree : motif in decorating her home for I i i , . i the occasion. Centering each of ths |$ /VlCHTieCI TO lour card tables v.'as n miniature -, . . ^ tree, while in the dining room stood (__Q 11 fCTtl IGD a large lighted tree. i Holly leaves and berries were' combined with gold and silver baubles to continue the decorations. After the dessert course, bridge ! Robert Turner Mrs. L. R. Stupka of Long Beach j Cnlif.. announces the j her-daughter, Mi.ss Donna Weaver, ... . , . > „, i to Airman .1/c Robert Turner, son games provided entertainment. Mis.! of M] . ^ M| . s Robm Doy , e ^ (m _ '' j cr of Blylheville. The ceremony look place Nov. 25 in the chapel of the Westminister success In education is due to the fact that It has been handled primarily by parents, where Interest is at a community level. Jurige Deer pointed out that "we cannot afford not to spend tax money for education," .stating that In dealing with Juvenile delinquents and i'dult criminals that 95 out of 100 are uneducated. He also pointed out that it costs less to educate a child than to house a criminal. Concluding his talk, Judge Deer diKcusKGd foriml :ind vocational educations, and answered questions from the audience. Wesley an Guild Has Party Here Members of the Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Gal Orasett Bits of News ! /// lij / /' erional ll Mr. oral Mrs. W. R. Card, who have been visiting relutlves In K;m- sus City, were to arrive home today. They were met in Jdriesboro by their daughter, Mrs. Riley B. Jones, whom they accompanied home. In West Memphis yesterday for funeral services for Frank Spico.r were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardy, Mrs. Woodrow.Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hardy, Mrs. Charles McDermott. Mrs. Marie Kolwyck and Mrs. Bill Woods. j Pete Forshce, son of Mr. and Luncheon GivenFor D AR Group Hostesses yesterday Jor a mcelinK*fr of members of the Charlcvoix Chapter ol Daughters ol American Revolution weie Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mrs. P. V. Rutherford and Mrs, R. C. Rose, Seventeen meinfc«'rs and three guests,, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, Mrs. C. L. Moore and Mrs. .Pearl Jenkins met at Hotel Noble for a 1 p.m. luncheon server! from tables decorated with miniature Christmas trees fashioned of pine cones, evergreens and red berries. Mrs. Stickmon told a (Christmas .story, "The Small One," by Charles Taswell, after which a short business Kf^ion was conducted by Mrs. E. J. Cure, regent. Latnr in the afternoon, mem- Mrs. Herbert Forshec, was admit- bers imd 8UC5ts '•'"••hanged gifts. ,cd to Walls Hospital today where! he will undergo a tonsllectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Wa' daughter, Donna, ana Hugh :on returned home yesterday ; toon rrorn Porl Smith, ;yrk .hey attended the funeral services or Mrs. George Dobyns. Mrs. Dobyns was Mrs. Day's grandmother. Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mrs. .onsllectomy. •-r • • . r-i :i%s y ir' Trlnit y' Ba P tists She e re Hold Meetings Thirteen members of the Jewel Abornnthy nnd Evelyn Stafford Circles of Trinity Baptist Church marriage of j Monday night for their annual ' Christinas party. P. D. Poster, Jr., won top honors, t with second going to Mrs. B. F. Gay, grandmother of Miss Garrlgnn. Both brides-elect and their mothers, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and Mrs. Henry Humphreys, and Mrs. Gay were presented with corsages of gardening. For the evening's entertainment. Miss Humhpreys chose a wool dress in wheat color, and Miss Garrigan wore a honey-colored wool dress. Mrs. Garrigan wore a light green xfool afternoon frock, and Mrs. Humphreys chose a gold color frock Gifts of silver were given th honorees. As guests arrived, Christmas carols could be hennl throughout the eiH .rir.ining rooms, which were decorated in a motif of Christmas. A large lighted Christmas tree Presbyterian Church of Sacramcn-! was the center of attraction, with Double Value For Yoi Sue Burnett It's a jumper for now — a wonderful sew-easy wrap around to wear when the weather is warm. You'll make several I Pattern No. 8820 Is in sizes 12, 14, 18, 18, 20; 40,42. Size 14, 31. yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size de- Etred, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. . Basic FASHION for '53, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. (Wide Vision Screen) LAST TIMES TONIGHT AFFAIR WITH A STRANGER Starring Jean Simmons & Victor Mature THURSDAY ONLY UNDERCOVER AGENT With Dermot V.'slsh, Hazel Court Hermoine Baddeley to, Calif. The bride at (ended .%chools in Omaha, Neb., and has for the past year served in Die Air Force Communications Center at McCleJIan Calif. Airman Turner was graduated from Blythcville High School and Inter attended Arkansas Stale College at Jonesboro. Airman and Mrs. Turner, now at home in Del Paso Heights, Calif., plan to return to Arkansas to resume their schooling upon their releases from the Air Force in 1954. Program Is Given By Dell WSCS Twenty two members of Woman's Society of Christian Service of Dell Methodist Church met Monday With Mrs. P. E. Flurry n.s their guest. Mrs. R. B. Crawford conducted the program. "Mothers ami Children of Yesteryear." with the assistance of Mrs. Mavis Settlemire and Mrs. Noble Gill. Mrs. Settlemire discussed the district meeting hold last night at the First Methodist Church of Blvthe- ••'ile. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. Qill and Mrs. Louise Peterson. Coming Events Thursday Burdette PTA has 2:30 p m neeting at the .school will] cxocu- '.tve board meeting at 2 p.m. Mrs. Chin-Icy Lutes is hostess at her home nt 7 p.m. for the C nnri N. Club's Christmas party. Mr. ami Mrs. Harman Taylor Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mr' and Mrs. J. Fan-is McCnlln are losts and hostesses to Club 28 nt he American Legion Hut. Mrs. Cecil Shane Is hostess to nembers of the Mid-Wee), club Mrs. Dick Wntson is Hostess nt er home for members of the TLE -lub. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs ohnny White. Duplicate Bridge League meets t Hotel Noble. Thursday Contract Club meets ith Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn Mrs. Newton Wliitis is hostess to Ac La Nueve Club. Friday Mrs. Thomas Don-is is to be hostess to members of the stitch and Chatter Club at 7:30 p. m. at the Air Base. Mrs. w. M.'''Williams and M-s- R. E. Blaylock are hostesses nt the Williams home at 7 p. m. for covered dish dinner and Christmas party for the Mary Martha Class o! the First Baptist Church. Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church has Christmas party at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. C. S. Lemons, wit' Mrs. M. W, Lewis as co-hostess. Mrs. C. S. Lemons and Mrs. V\ M. Lewis nre hostesses at 2 p.n evergreens and red berries used throughout the house. Bronzed magnolia leaves, red baubles and greenery made up the dining room table centerpiece. Guests with the members were Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, Mrs. Sally Hubler, Mrs. Dellal Lancaster, Mrs. Louis Stevenson, Jr., Mrs. Don Schmidt. Preceding the program Miss Mnry Hubler, Mrs. W. W. Peck conducted the business session which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Roy I. Bagley. Olunaxlng the program was the presenution of "The Small One." a story given by Mrs. Stlekir.cn. During the social hour, carols were sung and gifts exchanged. Mrs. Schmidt assisted her aunt, Tanner and Mrs. T. J. Mahan spent | mot at the church Monday for a yesterday in Memphis. WSCS Conducts Christmas Meet Mrs. V. E. Gregory and Mrs. Amy riuth Gordon were hostesses Monday to members of Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church. Attending were 17 members and one guest, Mrs. Gene Strickland. A nativity scene backed by a lighted Christmas tree provided a worship center, Methodists Hove Program and Tea Sixty members ultended a Christmas program and tea for the Woman's Society ol Christian Service of the First Methodist Church Monday. Mrs. John Caudlll presented organ arrangements of Christmas Carols to begin llic program, which was directed by Mrs. W. L. Homer. Mrs. W. R. Summervllle told a Christmas story and Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann presented two solos, "Come Unto Him," and "I Know That My Redeemer Livelh." Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr., read a story, "The First Cbrlstmu Tree," by Henry Van Dyke and Mrs. F. E. Scott dismissed with the benediction. A tea was given with Mrs. Charles Ctfcscliin as chairman. Overlaying the table was a white cloth, with red ribbon, which was centered by an arrangement of red, silver, and green Christmas baubles? Silver candelabra holding burning red tapers flanked the centerpiece. Mrs. Scott and Mrs. J. W. Adams presided at the table. Mrs. C. M. Baxter presided with: Qfi ir\\/ "TVii i/-il"if Mrs. P. B. Jarrett offering t!ie|- Huu y lUUyill opening prayer. Plans were made. A4-\A/Q(^"C M«,,4- for a covered dish supper Dec. 18.1/AT VY -JV-J /VlGGt Officers Elected By Church Group Mrs. Gordon presented the worship service and program, "Gracious Gifts Are Given." Following ,,- " i w ""- nu.iiiiii^ .uu^iui.;; in V<IILI^-I 1^1:1 m LIIC fjiLm tjwtlct-i singing. Mis Jarrett, Mrs. | lian Service of Yarbro Methodist' Church of the Immaculate „*,,:;.(„„,„,. I'^TI^ Church ^by their President. Mrs.|Uon ... .... -. James M. Besharse. Jr., Monday McKinnon, out - going president night when they met at the home conducted the business session. A study was taught for members j Officers were elected by mem- of the Woman's .Society of Chris- i bcrs of the Altar Society of the •P- the i program. Mrs. Patti Knight, who has been I Mrs. Arab Speck gave the open- spendinK the past week he: her sister, Mrs. Russell Fh: and family, left today to return to her home in Selrner, Tenn. ro wi1h|lns»praycr, and Mrs. R. W. Wobtcn hillips, I presided. Mrs. Alvis Harris prc- sen'"d the devotional following a gram. Others taking part during evening were Mrs. Joe Thomas. Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, Mrs. L. T. Woods, Mrs. Minnie Vance, Mrs. V. E. Gregory and Mrs. Baxter. Mrs. Thomas dismissed the meeting with prayer. of Mrs. C. H. Stiles. , so -. and Mrs. C. E. Webb closed 1 . . . Mrs. J. H. Knowjton, who has the meeting with prayer. been visiting here with her niece, j Mrs. Jack Henry was hostess to Mrs. E. B. Gee, for the past icw'js members of the Business Worn- weeks, plans to leave soon to spend en's Circle with one truest Mi-s the winter months with Mrs. Gee's | Donna Bohannon. Mrs. "daylord W ' B ' Hunter ' . . "M Lewis gave the opening pray Mrs. Gossett, In serving. Tuesday Club Entertained Yesterday, members of the Tuesday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Riley B. Jones with Mrs. Gcan Atkinson a guest. Dessert was served from the card tables, which were adorned with Christmas greens and brightly colored decorations. Mrs. C. E. Crlgger and Mrs. Atkinson, first and second places, respectively. At the Hospitals Blythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Trumnn Rogers and baby, City Mrs. Lloyd Green, Huffman Walls Hospital Dismissed: Ronnie Abbott, city Jeennie Hallman, Lepanto Mrs. Hazel Condrey, city Mrs. Idell Lowe, who ] mis.sed the meeting. er and Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines spent Monday in Memphis. Mrs. George Shanks, Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, Mrs. V. E. Gregory and mo 'hcr is coming for a visit, do Mrs. P. B. Jarrett attended the J' ou - sa - v "Good " or -How long is Jonesboro district conference atl slu! ROing to stay this time?" Wclner, Ark., yesterday as dele-! If you find you arc going to be mother is coming for a visit, do I son decorations. Layette Shower Given by Club Mrs. H. Newton Whitis entertained at, her home yesterday for members of the Trl-Town Club when the group gave a layette shower for Mrs. E. A. Teaford of Luxora. Winter greens, silver balls and white candles provided holiday sea- The book reviewed was "The Frophet Jeremiah." Mrs. W. D. Hammond al, after which the group sang "Jesus, Lover of My Soul." A social hour followed, when Mrs. Stiles served refreshments. The new officers are Mrs. Annie Merton, president: Mrs. Otto presented the devotion- g cral)< V, vice President: M ^ Bar- which the group sang bnra Carter secretary: and Mrs. & Martin Trenkle, treasurer. In other, business, they completed plans for the Christmas Stocking being held today. .. .. |La Petite Club Meets in Home Mrs. F. E. utley entertained at her home yesterday afternoon for members of the La Petite Club. Party food was served during the I afternoon when bridge was played, j [ Mrs. Eleanor Gerrald won first A one-piece foundation garment that will flatten the hips, trim down the waist and outline the bust is a good choice for this fall's slim fashions. gates from Lake Street Methodist Church. How Do You Rate On This Perfect Husband Test? KYE-OPENEB lor any husband Dessert was served, after which I place with second going to Mrs guests played bridge. fj ea i G esell in the bridge games. who Is convinced at the Lemons home for a Christmas party for members of the Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church. Vendredl Club meets at the Razorback with Mrs. Clyde Patton. he is all an> woman could ask for— If you have always wanted Cadillac and your wife has always wanted a mink coat^and you got a sudden windfall that would buy one of them but not both—which would you buy? If your wife c am e home with a fender rumpled o n the Tamils' caj-, would your first remark be, "Thank good- n e s s you weren't hurt," Winners of the bridge games were j or, "How in the world did you n , lth M1 u ctt manage to do that?" If you came home to find your wife had spent the day rearranging the living-room furniture, and was obviously pleased with ihe results, would you tell her you liked it. or say, "I was just beginning -to get used to it the way it was?" On OJLI evening when your wife seemed to want to talk, would you hide behind the evening paper and try to get by with an occasional mumbled word in the hope that she would finally leave you alone, or would you give her your undivided attention? When your wife reminds you that the two of you are going out to dinner, do you take the news good-naturedly or start complaining about what a hard day you have had. how tired you are, and how you wish you could stay home? When your wife tells you her late to dinner, do you take the trouble to call and tell your wife. I or do you skip the phone call and accuse her of nasging when, she greets you with, "I cooked a good dinner but I've held it so long I'm afraid it's ruined?" Any woman knows how a "perfect" husband would answer those questions, so maybe you'd better check your answers with your wife before deciding you scored a hundred on the perfect-husband test. Mrs. Garrard Caudill won first place with second going to Mrs Teaford. Bridgo went to Mrs. utley. This year's black sweater, tops for wear with dressy separates. Broadcloth is one of fall's im- will not cling closely as they've portant fabrics in coats, suits and (done in the past. They are not dresses. 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