The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 13, 1954
Page 4
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JTAOBPOUB BLYTHEVILLH: (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , JANUARY II, - Society News - o.t Miillhu. Society Editor * Phon« 4461 Mulllm, Society Editor B'nai Blritb Lodge Conducts Installation of '54 Officers An installation service was conducted last ni<ht at a regular monthly meeting of the I. Miller Lode* of B'nal B'rlth at Temple Israel, when Rabbi Alfred Vise, representative of the District Grand Lodge, Installed the 1954 ouicers. They are Jerry Cohen, presl- dtat; Morris Zell-er, first vicepresident: Hyman Kohn, second vice-president; Guy Rubenstein, secretary and treasurer; and Jack Cooperman, guardian. Dr. Vice, who was re-elected as chaplain of (lie group, spoke on the "Importance of Anti-Defamation League of B'nal B'rlth." frs. Sidney Platt and Mrs. Jer ry Cohen, who attended a Lodge Leader's meeting In Memphis Monday nlcIH, gave reports on the meeting. Ben Segal showed a film he made during a recent seven-week tour of Europe. Kr. and Mrs. Segal of Portageville, Mr. imd Mrs. Jake Shain- berg of New Madrid, and Mrs. Charles Joseph of Little Rock were guests of the Lodge and Sisterhood. Hosts and hostesses during the social hour were Mr. Sam Joseph, and Sol Kohn. Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Christian Women's Meeting Held Members of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church conducted meetings Monday afternoon in the homes of Mrs. James Terry and of Mrs. Albert Taylor for the program, "A Great and large Work." Mrs. Terry was hostess to six members of the Hope Group with Mrs. Rupert Crafton as program and worship 1 eader. Following the missionary benediction, dessert and coffee was served. Mrs. Albert Taylor was hostess to the Faith Group with Mrs. J .C* Ellis in charge of the program. She was assisted by Mrs. C. ~. Moore and Mrs. E ; M. Terry. Mrs. George Barham, who was worship leader was assisted by I'.is. Albert Taylor. The eight members were served coffee and cake following the missionary benedictions. The groups have as a theme chosen for their next six months of study, "O Living Church, Thine Errand Speed." Wlatu, e Parent Daydreams Wear You Out If You Do Not Wake Up By Mn. Muriel Lawrence Borne time ago, an attractive woman of 34 came to me. First, she told me she feared the effects of her growing discontent on her little girl. Then she said: "I'm bored. Let's face it. After eight years of marriage, my husband bores me. Oh, he's kind enough. But If my future holds nothing! but cooking food, cleaning It up and watching my husband digest it 1 while he read; the paper, 1 couldn't take It. Do you think that I need a psychologist?" I said I dldnt Mn. Lawrence know. So she made up her own mind and got one. He is, I am sure,trying to release her from the cocoon spun about her by romantic elalns on life. How was It spun? By a thousand suggestions of future glory so gossamer light she never knew they had touched her. By childhood flatteries of her looks, brains and other assets she didn't have to work for, by too much pride In her social successes, by protection against Saturday morning housework. By It all beginning to add up to the promise that special things were due her, until In adolescence the Daydreaming colud take her over. It was easy for the Daydream. All the past evasions of dirty jobs In mother's kitchen made It simple for the Daydream. And while she sat In theatres lost In movies about des- ert-Islands passion and penthouse love, it tightened its deadly web. So we mustn't be surprised that now cleaning up In her own kitchen, she finds life boring. Why wouldn't it. be? It can't possibly compete with the daydreaming of two mortals living on eternal peaks of dramatic sensations. In nightdreaming, the alarm cloc wakes us up from our Illusion th we are dancing in Cinderella's ba gown. But in the Daydream, no ala rm wakes us up. Ite visions of glor presist. That's why It's so dangerous an destructive. Compared with its vis ions, the spectacle of a littered tabl and a husband's weariness haven a chance. If It werent for the Daydream, o course, we'd get busy at the table instead of resenting it. But becaus fo that puld promise that spccla things were due us, we can't. Ou strength has been already spent 1; anger, Instead of action. So whether we seek psychologists or asplrlne for this kind of discon tent, the Daydream Is usually bad of It. And If we don't wake up t can go right on exhausting us with !mt« of the.contrast between wha we've got and those special thing someone once thought were due us Forever In Style Sue Burnett A casual, softly tailored classic designed In sizes to flatter the mature figure. A favorite season after season. ... Pattern No. 1333 is in sizes 36, M, 40, «, 44, 46, 48, 90, 12. Size 38, 4ft yards of 3»-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllle Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago «, II!. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall ami Winter, Is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-slm- pt« wardrobe, am pattern printed Inside the book. Bend U cent* to Rugs infested with the ex tremely destructive wool-end velvet- eating buffalo bugs an ctirpet beetles should be sen away to a carpet cleaner wh will steam and sterilize them Sixty grains of corrosive sub imate, in one pint of alcohol wll clll them, but It Is a deadly pol son and rooms where It is used must be kept locked. Venetian bllnrts may be dusted weekly with a lamb's wool duste or a vacuum attachment. Tin slats down and wipe with cloth o sponge wrung almost dry out o worm soapsuds. Repeat with slats turned up. When bndly soiled, pu in deep washtub or bathtub filler with detergent suds. Scrub tape with brush. Let blinds hang fre while drying to prevent tapes from shrinking. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Mo & 39c At AH Times WED., & THURS, Double Feature •ilh PHILIP REED —AND— "HOLLYWOOD THRILL MAKERS" PLUS CARTOON Missco PTA Council Plans Osceola Meet The Mississippi County Council of Parent-Teachers Association will meet In Osceola Jan. 15 at 10 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. T. C. Henderson, pastor, will open the meeting with a prayer followed by a devotional given by Mrs. O. B. Moore of Osceola, Mrs. H. L. Oates of Joiner, president of the County Council, will preside at the meeting. The speakers for the morning session will be Dr. W. T. Rainwater, Judge Philip Deer, L. II. Autry and Miss Eula McDougal. Mrs. j. w. Miller of Joiner will report for district director. The meeting will adjourn at noon and luncheon will bo served at the Bustle Inn. Mrs. John W. Edrlng- ton will give historical sketches during the afternoon session. The Osceola PTA will tie Hosts to the group, of which Mrs. P. J. Johnson te president. "Bits of News t/ y '• erianal GA Meeting Held in Home Members of the Armanda Tinkle Girl's Auxiliary of the First Bap- List Church met last night at the lome of Mrs. Josephine Rollison, with nine attending. Mrs. Carl Tnte met as their new co-counselor. Mrs. Rollison offered the opening prayer and Eva Sue Hodge presided over a business session, when reports were given by various officers. Mrs. Tate gave the closing prayer, and refreshments were served. Coming Events Mrs. Q. O. Poetz Is hostess to Club Eight. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. A. O. 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 meet- Ing 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 Burdette PTA has 7 p, m. meet- Ing at the school for potluck supper. Judge Philip Deer Is to speak. Burdette PTA has 7 p. m. pot- M/Sgt. and Mrs. James T. Cagle now stationed In Frankfurt, Germany arc on a 30-day leave In Paris France. They are to return to the United States In 1955. Sgt. Cagle has been stationed In Germany more than a year, and Mrs. Cagle joined him in Frankfurt. Dr orlie Parker left yesterday for Bcarcy, Ark., to be with Ws sister, Mrs. John Keescr, who was injured in an automobile accident Sunday. He plans to return home Thursday. Mr. nral Mrs. Whitney Morgan and children are moving this week their new home at 1313 Hearn. Mrs. Dick .'. White is a patient at the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Mer/.phts. Her condition is reported satisfactory. Club Bridge League Has Meeting Here A six-table Howell movement wns played last night at a master- point game lor members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League. Winners were Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin with 91 points. Second place went to Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mrs. R. C. Allen, with 78 points. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., and Bernard Gooch won third place with 77 points, and fourth was won by Mrs. Frank Orlgsby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, with 75 points. To remove mildew from mattresses and upholstery, take pieces outdoors and brush thoroughly, or use upholstery attachment of vacuum cleaner. Sponge with thick soapsuds or upholstery cleaner 01 a mixture of equal parts denatured alcohol and water. Don't let stuff- in et wet. Dry thorouhly outdoors luck supper followed by meeting with Judge Phillip Deer as speaker. Mrs. William Lambert is ho: less at the Razorbaclc to members of the TLE Club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs Charles Afflick, Jr. Mrs. J. E. Dicks is hostess tc the Mld-Week Club. La Neuve Club has meeting with Mrs. Melvln Hnlsell. Mrs. E, P. Borum Is hostess t the Thursday Contract Club. Duplicate Bridge League meet at Hotel Noble. UDC has meeting with Mrs. J D. Barksdale on Barfteld Roa< with 12:30 p.m. luncheon. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club hai meeting with Mrs. Harvey Dorrls Mrs. Elton Kirby Is hostess and Mrs. W. L. Homer, co-hostess for a 1 p. m. luncheon of Chapter "N' of PEO. ON OUR METALLIC CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxj Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY "Sea of Lost Ships" Starring John Derek and Wanda Hendrix PLUS SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY No gal was ever sweeter- and the Fleet was never f teeter!?/ The Navy gets in • • to Show Business! And what a Shore-leave Shindig it is! -JANE POWELL GOWK* \ nTRAE ... WWNP KIMtt I KNIT FMtMM . Mu,«.« D..KWW bx «•» H.iftfwl - &MCHO .1 ROT Ml RU1W; Paramount Newt & Selected Shorts DAR Luncheon And Program Are Held Here Member« ol th( Chtrlevolx Chapter of Daughter! of the American Revolution were entertained at a luncheon yesterday at Hotel Noble, when Mrs. W. M. Williams, Mrs. E. E. Stevens and Mrs. Aubrey Conway were hostesses to the 17 attending. Arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums in low silver bowls adorned the long table at which the members were seated. Mrs. Williams gave the invocation and Mrs. E. J. Cure, regent, conducted a meeting. A report was given to the conservation chairman, Mr». M. O. Usrey, on the number of trees and shrubs planted during 1953 by the members. Delegates and alternates were elected to attend the two-day state conference in February. They were Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. H. W. Wylie, Mrs. J. B. Clark and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Alternates were Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. George D. Pollock, Mrs. Usrey and Mrs. Conway. The program, "Freedom From Want," was given by Mrs. James Hill, after which the meeting was adjourned. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. A. Martin, City Harvey Permenter, Luxora Joyce Galnes, City Mrs. .'. L. Grant, City Charles Fowler, Steelc W. E. Kennedy, Steele If you must use flammable cleaning fluids, keep them stored away from the house, and keep containers tightly closed. Calvary Groups Meet Jointly At the Church "The World at pur Doorstep, was a program given Uonday tor a joint meeting of the circle* of Women's Missionary Onion of Cal° vary Baptist Church, when they met at the church. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford gave the opening prayer, and Mrs. Ona Peeples gave the devotional. Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr., program director, was assisted by Mrs. Cam Pruitt, Mrs. Larry Byrum, Mrs. Roland Davis, Mrs. A. D. Priest. Mrs. B. E. Smothers, Mrs. Bill Hardln, Mrs. Neal Geurian. Mrs. Jack Vowell and Mrs. T. C. Hopper. They were dismissed by Mrs. A, D. Priest, following a brief business session conducted by Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove. Tuesday Club Is Entertained Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon was hostess at her home yesterday for a meeting of the Tuesday Bridge Club, when Mrs. Loy Welch met as a guest of her group. Mrs. C. M. smart won high score In the bridge games, with second going to Mrs. W. C. Higginson. White miniature chrysanthemums were used by the hostess in her entertaining rooms. Dessert was served preceding the games. Trinity Baptist Circles Meet ConductlBf meetlnit Monday wu* ttw ttUM cteclM of Trinity Baptist Church. Mn. Bill Crocker wu h«teu to five members of the Jewel Abernathy Circle with Mrs. Hqward Be- shirM H teacher of the mission study. Mrs. Herman Adalr gave the opening prayer and Mrs. H. H. Burnett, the benediction. Members of the Evelyn Stafford Circle met with Mn. Richard Hob- erson, with seven attending. Mrs. John Buchanan gave the devotional and Mrs. R. W. Wooten gave the opening prayer. In the absence of Mrs. Harvey Parrlsh, Mrs.. C. E. Parks presided. Mrs. Burt Boss taught the mission study, with all members participating in the program. Mrs. R. W. Wooten was hostess to the Marlon Cook Circle that evening. Nine members and a new member, Mrs, Lois Gestrlng, attended. Mrs. William Cooke opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Idell Lowe and Mrf. A. I. Pritchtrd ftvt th« mission itudy. Attar a bualnm session, Mn. Oe«tring cloud tb* meeting with prayer and tefnah. ments were served. La Petite Club Meets in Home Mrs. Arthur Vance entertained at her home yesterday afternoon for members of the La Petit* Club and one guest, Mrs. R. W. Nichols. Bridge was played throughout the afternoon with high score and brldgo going to Mrs. Eric Whitley, and second going to Mrs. Nichols. Refreshments were served during the games. Stiffen sheer cottoni, auch aa voile and organdy, with a gelatin' solution, made of one ounce of gelatin to one pint of water. Dilute with 10 parti of hot water when you use It. Rugs that have lost their stiff backing in washing can be made more skid-proof If you "paint" the back side with glue. Warm the glue in an old can and apply it with a four-inch paint brush. Let dry thoroughly before putting rug into service. NOTICE OF MEETING The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Ely- theville Federal Savings and Loan Association will be held in the office of the Secretary, 124 West Ash Street, at 2:00 P. M., on Wednesday, January 20, 1954. Hays Presents Smart, New Nationally Advertised Styles by Betty Barclay THIS IS THE PLAID... AND THIS IS ONE OF THE PRETTIEST DRESSES OF THE SEASON BY BETTY BARCLAY A beautiful dress in a multi-block woven crease resistant plaid by Galey & Lord. It has a white pique collar scored with colodcr stitching . . . and a gay plastic belt. Aqua and grey, yellow and grey, red and grey. Sizes 7 to 15. SPRING COOLER BY BETTY BARCLAY It's a frosty fashion of woven clip dot ehambray by Ameritex. It has a scalloped collar of baby checked gingham laced with a velveteen ribbon. A velveteen belt completes the picture. Lovely shades of pink and grey, blue and grey, maize and grey. Size* 7 U 15. See Many Other Betty Barclay Styles at Hays! 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