The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 12, 1954
Page 2
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'I- ' PAGC TWO RT.yTHEVIM E fARK.l COURIER NEW8 TUESDAY, JANUARY 12,19B4 - Society News — Pot Mulline. Sneietv Editor * Phone 446 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 |H. C Bushes Celebrate 25th Anniversary Celebrating their silver anniversary yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush. They entertained last night 18 of their friends with a dinner party at Hotel Noble. The Colonial Room, where a long table had been arranged, was adorned by pictures of the Bush wedding and wedding party. White snapdragons tied with silver bells and interspersed with pouffs of silver maline in a large arrangement were flanked by crystal candelabra holding slender white tapers. Following dinner the guests were entertainc with Samba games. Favors at the cardtables wore silver ashtr iys for the* men, and corsages of white carnations for the women. The guests presented their host and hostess with a gift of silver. Mrs. Bush received her guests in a pale green nylon tulle gown, featuring a fitted bodice and bouffant floorlength skirt. She was Wearing a white orchid. Elaine Blythe Odley Married Sew-Simple Set For Tots Miss Elaine Blythe Odley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Odley of Lexington, Ky., became the bride of John Richard Shrnder, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Aaron Shrader, also of Lexington, Ky., in a ceremony soleminized Jan. 1 at the Odlry home at 368 Qwensway Drive. The Rev. Clarence M. Yates officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss OtUey, a frequent visitor in Blytheville, is the grandaughter of Mrs. Virgle R. Green and the late Mr. Green, nnd of the~late Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Blythe, for whom the city of Blytheville was named. The stairway was decorated with nilax. The improvised altar was decorated with arrangements of white flowers and greenery and lighted by tapers in candelabra. A program of nuptial selections was presented by Vernon. Lshmael, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white lace ballerina length gown fashioned with a fit- lot! bodice with a Juliet neckline and three quarter length sleeves 1 which extended into points. Her veil of illusion was attached to a Juliet cap cf lace studded with seed pearls, and she carried a white orchid surrounded by white roses and stephanotis topping a white Bible, which was a gift from her grandfather, the late Mr. Green. Miss Harriet Ann Odley was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a waltz-length gown of white lace over orchid taffeta fashioned with sweetheart neckline and full skirt. She carried a bouquet of pink roses. Miss Tamara Thompson of Lexington was the bridesmaid and wore a waltz-length gown of white lace over blue taffeta deslgr.ed with a sweetheart neckline. She carried a bouquet of roses. Jim Wallace Helm, Jr., of Lexington was an usher. A reception was held Rfter the ceremony, in the home, where the bride's table covered with a lace cloth, held lighted tapers in silver candelabra and a tiered wedding cake. After a wedding trip north the couple will live in Lexington. The bride was graduated from Lnyfnytte High School and now Is a student at the University of Kentucky. The bridegroom, who also graduated from Layfayette High School, is in the college of Engineering at the University of Kentucky. ! Mrs. J. R. Shrader At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Charles Fowler, City Joyce Gaincs, City Fontaine HolJis, City W. E. Kennedy, Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Lenti, City Mrs. Troy Tubbervflle, Homers- ville Mrs. L. L. Ward, City Mrs. Doris Cash and baby. City Mrs. Lucille Morris and baby City Mrs. Claude Singleton and baby, City Tommy Ivy, City Mrs. Max Owens, City Mrs. Mary p. Perry, Huffman Mrs. Minnie Grlsham, Homers- Bits of News flu /- eritmaf Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Hindmnn and daughters had as their guests yesterday Mrs. Hindoian's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wells, nnd her brother, Arthur Wells, all of Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs, Mutt Scruggs, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elliott, Jr., are in Memphis today, where they wil meet Sgt. Jack Elliott of the Air Force, wno arrives from the West coast by plane, after serving three years :n Japan. Mrs. Tom Buonoato and son left ir New York to join their hus- >nnd and father, who is stationed with the Air Force there. After being discharged soon,, they will nake their home in New York tfrs. Buonoato is the daughter of Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt. Miss Dobble Sue Whisenhunt of Little Rock spent the past week end here with her mother, Mrs. foe Whisenhunt, nnd family. Mrs. J. F. Lenti was brought home today from the Walls Hos- Hal, where she has been several days lor treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and laughter, Diane, of Memp.'iis drc?2 i-p to spend t'ie week end vim his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Mr. Evrard has eturned to Memphis, but Mrs. Svrard nnd Diane are remaining or a longer visit. Mrs. William F. Bear was admitted to a Memphis hospital for tbservation. Six Presbyterian Circles Meet 8060 1-6 Sue Burnett Here's an adorable wing-sleeved dress, bonnet nnd cnpe combination for tiny tots, that goes together so easily and quickly. Pattern No. 8060 is in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 years. Size 2 dress, l^i yards of 39-inch; bonnet, % yard; cape, 1% yards of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning ft practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Members of six circles of Women of the First Presbyterian Church gathered in homes and the church for Bible study programs. Mrs. J. E. Dicks was hostess t:> Circle One when 13 members and two guests attended. Mrs, J, R. Ma IT was co-hostess, Mrs. G. W. Dillnlumty gave the Bible study, following" a luncheon. Mrs. J. E. Beasley and Mrs. . F. Dietrich were co-hostesses to members of Circle Two, with 11 attending. Tne Bibl- study was given by Mrs. R. L. Johnson. Mrs. C. M. Gray was hostess and Mrs. Ilcttic Meacle wns co- hostess to 12 members of Circle Three. Mrs. Gray presented the Bible study. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson presided nt the Circle Four meeting, in the absence of Mrs. Jesse M. W.iite, chairman. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Fan-is 'McCalla were hostesses to the H members nnd one guest. Mrs. Tune gave the Bible study. Circle Five met last night at the church with Mrs, J. E. Cnr- ter ns hostess to the 10 members and one guest. Mrs. C. M. Gray stive their Bible study, Miss Lois Fields, Mrs. T. O. Huey and Miss Patty June Davis were hostesses to 11 members and a guest last night at the Fields' home in Lone Oak. Mrs. Doris Vick gave the Bible study. Hostesses at each circle 'meeting served refreshments in the social hours following. Surprise Party Given in Home Mi's. James Oxford was complimented at a surprise birthday party yesterday, when her sister, Mrs. Ovell Cooley entertained with a six o'clock dimmer at her home. Another sister, Mrs. Vcra. Rhonda of Detroit, Mich., waa a special guest. Roses and..;- candles, and the honoree's birthday cake provided dining room decorations. Coming Events i Wednesday Mrs. G. O. Poetz is hostess to Club Eight. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. A. G. Hall. Chapter "D" of PEO has meeting with Mrs. E. B. Gee for 1 p.m. luncl Jn. Delphian Society meets at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Sudbury PTA has general meeting at 3 p. m. and executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. Alpha Delta Chatper of Beta Sigma Phi has program-business meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson at 708 Northeast Parkway. Thursday Burdelte PTA has 7 p. m. pot- 'uck supper followed by meeting with Judge Phillip Deer as speaker. Mrs. William Lamoert is hostess at the Razorback to members of the TLE Club. Kibitzer Club meets -with Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr. , Mrs. J. E. Dicks is hostess to the Mld-Week Club. La Neuve Club has meeting with Mrs. Melvin Hnlsell. Mrs. E. P. Borum Is hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. UDC has meeting with Mrs^J. D. Barksdale on BarfHld Bond with 12:30 p.m. luncheon. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has Comforts.More Childhood Ills,.. S n»n nil otherchll- ren's a.pirln combined! Mothers and children prefer it: doctor! approve tt. Try it. MIWI for CMMran't Htod Celt* focialiud, Sit.. Put« Y/.t.r t.» V. mm INI nm ni f mum BcST IN BELGIAN TAPESTRY—Designed by Petei Rolls, this tapestry Is being exhibited in Malignes, Belgium, after which it will be offered to the UN. It was chosen as the best of 80 worki displayed (or tht benefit of the Bel"ian government, and took 40.000 working hours to complete. In the rcnlfr «f Uit tapestry is a female figure representing life, which separates two male figures, symbolizing two nations af war. Included in the tapestry are the weaver'! conception of well- known sights in various parts of the world. Brother's Jealousy of Mother Is Resentment, Not Flattery Mr. B. travels for his living. When he's at home, he gives most of his time to local club activities. His sister-in-law wonders if his absence accounts for the fighting ictween his boys. "The children constantly compete for my sister's attention. Though it worries her she any 'hing about their live •T she says can't do ntense >f her. jealousy She says can't help if she means the world to each o] them ..." Perhaps Mrs B. doesn't want to discourage the competition. PI playing nueen of meeting with Mrs. Harvey Don-is. Mrs. Lawrence h •*- sue enjoys Love rnd Beauty to her two young sons. If so, her pleasure is unrealistic. For though her noys jealousy of her may seem flattering, it is really not complimentary. We are not loved, but deeply re- s' ited by people whom we torture with uncertainty about our feelings for tnem. The tormented people think they need us for some rea> son or they wouldn't .put up with US. A young son who needs his mother, pulled between the need nnd his resentment of her, might become" Confused very Easily 7 " — and develop the idea that he resented his older brother. Thn' idea would be more tolerable than knowing he resented his Queen of 1,0ve and Beauty. He Which one has that MONTHLY LOOK? EYES SHOW CRAMPS, "NERVES", MISERY You, too, may not be ahlc to hide that tired, nervous, jittery look each month no matter how much "make-up" you use. Keep your secret safe during "(hose" diiys—don't he the one jjirl in three who shows the strain frwm telltale nerves and cramps — has "that monthly look".* Take Cardui, a special medicine trusted by thousands of women, girls to help insure npainst cranipn, "nervii"»nc( monthly misery. A little Cnrdul each flay helps build strength so resistance may be greater each month, nervousness and suffering less anti less. Look more natural—feel nnd sleep better. Ask your dealer for Cnrdui. (Say: "card-yoit-ei/e"). •Man\l urirntMs estimate that at nontfl time, durinp life j out of'.ry X wnmcn nujjcrs from monthly discomfort. CARDUI MONTHLY CRAMPS • CHANGE OF LIFE J couldn't know that — and with himself. But to resent the brother to wnom the Lady gives the larger si' of cake — ah, that's our child admirer's answer. By giving bis brother a shove, he can discharge the resentment the Lady by fighting somebody else. If Mrs. B. can see that resentment ana not love motivates this jousting for her favors, she may try to discourage it, instead of ac. ting passively. And like a . mother rather than Queen Guine- verr she may help these two children begin to focus their resentment on the person who actually deserves it. May ". urje her to recall her own experiences with jealousy? Dt she really admire Mr. B. when h> dated another girl before his mai riage? Did she love him for tor menting her with uncertaintj about his feelings for her? I doub it I expect she resented him ever more deeply than she resented thi other girl. So let n*r remember what thi; competition really means when trouble begins over a larger slice of cake. And In .effect say to hei son, "Why do you push Bill i you're really mad at me for giving him the bigger piece of cake? It is not bigger becaue I love him big ger you. He didn't have cake for lunch; you did." It would certainly be nice If Mr B. could spend more time at home. For the problem here may not be his children's jealousy, but their mother's need for his attention and companionship. ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen ID KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rilz Ic Row Program Announcements TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY n c f. Sea or Lost Ships" with John Derek & Wanda Hendrix PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Variety Club Has Dance Mr. and MM. Paul Mafaon and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Graham entertained Saturday night for membera of the Variety Club at the Jayce* Building. Thirty eight membert and (uetta attended, Including, Mr. and Mri. Homer Miller, Mr. and Mr>. Charlei crump and Mr. and Mn. John Deman. • After guests spent the evening In dancing, they were served a buffet supper at mid-night. A brightly colored pottery lazy-iusan centered the buffet table. Read Courier Newa Classified Adi 8,000,000 IS A CROWD! But that's the fact— by 1960 more than 8,000,000 more children than ever before will be starting school. To see that tiiey get the finest education possible is everybody's job. Let's all get together to sec to it that oar children get the best education our community can provide. For free booklet, "How Can Citizens Help Their Schools?" write Better Schools, 2 West 45th Street, New York 36, N. Y. Published as a public service in coop eration with Z'A« Advertising Council. WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3122 Wade Furn. Co. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Times TUES., WED., & THURS. — AND— 'HOLLYWOOD THRILL MAKERS" PLUS CARTOON FINAL CLOSEOUT 300 DRESSES Fall, Winter and Spring Styles 4 Exciting Groups! Values Up to $100-Don't Miss This Closeout at Giveaway Prices! Now is the time to Buy Your WINTER COAT HALF'PRICE it's Whitsitt s "Because You Like Smart Things" One Special Rack DRES.SJES Your Choice '2.00

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