The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 25, 1954
Page 2
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PAGE TWO RT.YTIIEVIM,*! (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY K, 1W4 - Society News — «-. «...ii;«= s^ietv Rditor * Phone 4461 Pat Mulling, Society Editor Double Rites Performed in Hernando, Miss. In » double wedding performed • t Hernando, Miss., Jan. 11, Miss Peggy Anne Barker and her mother.Mrs. Lillie Kay Baker be- c»m« bridw, and served each other u matron of honor. Miss Barker became the bride o! Richard Ray Swiney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Swiney, and Mrs. Barker was married to Tom Simpson of Luxora. Mr. Swiney and Mr. Simpson served each other as best man. The Rev. W. S. McAilly officiated at the double-ring ceremonies at the Pirst Methodist Church there. For her marriage, Mrs. Simpson wore » navy blue crepe B and K original dress with » navy straw MARRIED — Miss Peggy hat and matching accessories. She B ar ); er daughter of Mr. and pinned a corsage of white camel- Mrs Tom Simpson of Osccola, lias at her shoulder. Mrs. Swiney wore a white bouo- cole knit suit with a matching stole. Her hat waas of navy and other accessories matched. The Swineys are making their home at 1502 Wes£ Ash, and the*- eimpsotw are now at home In Luxora. became the bride of Richard Ray Swiney In a ceremony Jan. 11 at the First Methodist Church in Hernando. They are making their home at 1502 West Ash. (Photo by Mason) Charming, Sew-Easy Pair Sue Burnett" A neet, easy to sew home frock paired with a handy tie-on apron to make in the same or contrasting fabric. t Pattern No. 8068 Is in sizes 12, H, 16, IB, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, dress 3>/ 2 yards of 39-inch; apron 1 yard. Por this pattern, send 30o in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Spring '54 Basic FASHION contains a wealth of smart, easy to sew styles for all sizes. Colorful, Informative and Interesting. Send 25 cents today for your copy. Tomorrow's super-airliner may take off straight up, yet It will not be a helicopter. The plane will have two wings on each side, one above the other. Just before takeoff, the passenger will see the wings curl downward in the rear. The powerful engines will roar, the plane will heave, then slowly lift Itself into the sky—straight up. SHARP PROTECTION- Louise McDanlel, in 18-year- old Detroit, Mich., secretary, displays the razor »he used to put 8 molester to rout. She's ibe« carrying toe "weapon" for fiv» mcmthi, Just lo case. Recently, a m«n grabbed her: tht brokt »w«y tod dished the at- Hllant before h« fled. Liter. UM •llefwl ttUcker **> »d- mM*d » • !vc«piUl with * tour- to* rtMb on Mi cfceek. He KwMoiMd b* *X tb* wound fe • flfM vMi i mn, lod tr Bridge League Has Meeting At Hotel Noble Monthly miisterpoint game was conducted Saturday afternoon when members of the Duplicate Bridge Lengue met at Hotel Noble. Play consisted of an eight-table Mitchell. North and , south winners were Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen, and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin with 82 points. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Jim Roleson won second with 80 points, with third place going to Mrs. A. H McManus and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr., who made 75'/4 points. Fourth plac» was awarded to Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and Mrs. W. A. Atnick, with 13 points. Mrs. E. B. Oee and Mrs. Russell Phillip* took first place with 86'/a points for east and west side. Second place went to Mrs. Foy Etchleson and. Mrs. Joe Ferguson with 77'/2 points, and third pjace went to Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Ed Cook, with 63'/z points. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., and Mrs. W. H. Wylie won fourth place with 62'/ 3 points. Dried flowers can be dyed by moistening them slightly and shaking them in a paper bag with the desired dye shade. 35 Students On Gosnell Honor Roll Six students of distinction were I n.~ -,-.— 4.,- A •-,-. kAr*mll* , I :_UI~ named at Gosneii High school for rarents Are Morally Liable For Law-Flouting Children Miss Carol Ann Bailey has her week end houseguests, Miss Ruth McKlsson and George Kainp, both of Conway. Accompanying them back to Conway today was Howard Bailey, who is enrolled at Hendrlx College. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowe and son, Jerry, were In Cape Olrar- dcau. Saturday night where they joined their son. James Cecil Lowe, II. find Miss Margaret Kim of Belleville, III., for dinner and the State-Washington University game there. Miss Kim is a student at Washington University and Mr. Lowe Is a student at the school of medicine. Mrs. E. J. Heaton, who fell and broke her hip last week, is n patient at Campbell's Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lipscomb are the parents of a daughter, their second, who was born Friday at the Walls Hospital here. The baby, who has a sister, Linda Lou, 5, has been named Sally Sue. Mrs. Lipscomb, whose condition is satisfactory, and the new baby have been removed to their home. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lemons left this week for Avon Park, Fla., where they sepnd their winter vacations. Mrs. Q. C. Thompson of Pine Bluff arrived here last night to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh, the Rev. Fitzhugh, and children. Mrs. Thompson will be with the children this week, when the Rev. and Mrs. Fitzhugh attend a convention in Helena. PAVING THE WAY—Just the right thing for walking around on dark streets are these sport shoes with tiny light bulbs on each flap. Batteries hidden in the sole furnish power for the lights. Designed by D. Coore. the footwear is on exhibition at a Paris, France, leather show the third six-weeks period, with 29 others appearing on the Honor Roll. The six students are Joyce Brown. Mary Alice Needham, Carl Warren, Roy Lynn Via, Dorothy Sue Terry and Barbara Potter. Other students whose names appear on the honor roH are: Twelfth grade—Earnest Allen, Donald Fowler, Huey Hall, Janette Lee, Sue Prcvost. Wanda Basp- >erry nnd Louise Smith, Eleventh grade—Sammie West, Douglas Waikins. Calvin George. Robert Karl Davis and^ Bertha tarter. Tenth Grade— Barbara Bevill and Edna Whittle. Ninth Grade—Allene Wilson. Eighth Grade—Bruce Hart, Ton McGaughey, Peggy Meatte nnd Donnle Wright. Seventh Grade — Earl Griffin, flrry Langley, Sue Sparks, Lenn Mlddleton, Gail McGaughey, ftelm Lucas, Linda Kay Hallmark, Iva nie McGnughey. Peggy Meatte nnd Nell Gordon, Anna Maude Gordon In a small Texas town a judge recently gave four fathers a .six- month suspended sentence after their small sons, ages 7 to 10, were arrested for the 21st time , . . on such serious charges as steal- Ing, breaking Into business firms, attempting to set a dance hall on fire. The boys are too young for prosecution, s o the judge decided that the one thing which might make their fathers as- Ruth Mltlctt sume some responsibility small sonr was to fix things so that jf the boys get into any more trouble their dads will go,to jail. As a matter of fact, any parent whose child breaks a law for the first time is morally on suspended sentence. From the moment that his child makes the first defiant gesture against law and the rights of others, the parent faces two alterna- WILSON NEWS Bv Mrs. B. F. Bovles PTA Hears Judge "Where would you be today you had not had the oportunity of a good home, good school and a church" was the question Judge Philip J. Deer put before the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association in his talk on "Juvenile Protection in Home, School and Community" when he was guest speaker Thursday night. The monthly meeting was held in the school cafeteria. Judge Doer is a former superintendent of Wilson Public Schools. Mrs. G. B. Craven, president, called the* meeting to order and made the welcoming address to new members and guests. The program was arranged by Mrs. J. D. Rankin. program chairman. Mar- snal j woodyard gave the devotional and H. A. Nicholson read the pres- Coming Events Monday Rebeknh Lodge has 7:30 p. m. meeting at, the IOOP Hnll Vo make )Ians for their part in the march of dimes. Tuesday Mrs. D. B. Abbott is hostess to ,he Yarbro Home Demonstration Club at her home at 2 p. m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta ligrnn Phi has canasta-bridge party t Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m. with VTre. Cecil Kelley and Mrs. Joe reernan HS hostesses. Mrs. Rupert Crnflon Is hostess the L.a Petite Club. Tuesday Bridge Club members neet with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Tri-Town Club is to meet with|N. O. Jerome, Mrs. James Lee Brooks. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has weekly meeting. Wednesday Lunge PTA has 2:30 p. m. executive board meeting with 3 p. m. general meeting. Mrs. F. E. Black is hostess to the Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Marvin N. Nunn is hostess to the Town nnd Country Club. Dcltonlan Chapter ol Delphian Society lias meeting at Hotel Noble nt 10 a. m. Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p. m. luncheon with Mrs. W. M. Lnwshe with Mrs. W. T. Rainwater as co- hostess. N Thursday Mrs. Harry A. Halnes Is hostess to the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Jerry Scrape Is hostess to members ot the TLE Club. Mrs. 0. O. Caudill Is to entertain the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham Is to be hostess to the Mid-Week Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. lives. As a matter of fact, any parent whose child breaks a law for thej idenb's message, first time is morally on suspended i n the business session, con- sentence, j ducted by Mrs. Craven, the PTA From the moment that his child, voted to purchase a 16-foot slide makes the" first defiant gesture their j against law and the rights of others, the parent faces two alternatives. He can assume complete respon- ...if its washable 1ET US LAUNDER IT! You can't heat us—for efective, easy-on-your-clolhes laundering, expert finishing, convenient frienldy serv- ice. Choose from our many services today. Phone .1418 for pickup and delivery. LAUNDRY . CLEANERS sibility for his child's wrong attitude, nnd make up his mind that his most Important job In life is to find out what the trouble is and then correct It. Or he can. like the fathers of these four boys apparently^ hnve done in the past, shrug off nil responsibility for what his child does and let the child follow the path from juvenile delinquency to adult If he follows the first course, chances are he will never have to pay in heartbreak nnd self-blame for the d"d of adult his child becomes. But if he follows the easy, Irresponsible second course, he is sure to serve his suspended sentence in heartbreak, self-loathing, shame and disgrace. If when children first get into I juble parents would realize that, whether a judge says so or not, they — the parents — are morally on suspended sentence, there would be a sudden drop in Juvenile delinquency. for the playground. Reports were given by various committe chairmen. In a report by Supt. O. M. Shultz, Jr.. on the dental clinic, it was announced that 240 children, in the first through the fourth grades, have had their teeth checked and many of them are getting the necessary dental work done. In the absence of Mrs trim Mo Cullar, health Chairman. Mrs. Craven announced that, lo date, the PTA has purchased eye glasses for nine needy children. The dental and eye clinics are among the PTA. projects for this school year. The 12th grade was awarded the attendance banner for having the largest number of parents present. A social ivas held at the close of the meting with the llth and 12th grade room mothers as hostesses. Bridge Club Meets Miss Annie Rae Rowland entertained at the home of. Mrs. A. J. Landrum, Tuesday night for members of the Tuesday Night Bridge Club. Mrs. Garland Trammel won high FREE TUESDAY ONLY (January 26) Bring this ad to the KREAM KASTLE and receive absolutely free one chocolate ice cream cone. This offer good Tuesday, Jan. 26 only! Kream Kastle DRIVE-IN score in the bridge games with second soing to Mrs. P. S. Reese, low to Mrs. J. J. Bussey and brldgo to Mrs. Wallace Thompson. The hostess served a dessert. 1'ersonals Bill Thompson and J. D. Rankin, Jr., who are students at Hendrix College at Conway, are spending the between-semesters vacation with their families. Bill is the son of. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson and J. D. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rankin of Driver. Pvt. Thomas G. Boyles. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles of Wilson, has been transferred to Port Bragg N. C., from Camp Stewart, Ga. He is in Battery C 449th Field Artillery. This is the sixth camp in as many states, that he has been to in his less than a year of service in the Army. Pvt. Boyles was inducted in the Army April 20 of last year at Camp Chaffee. Pvt. William H. Griflin has returned to Fort Bliss, Texas after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Webster Griffin, and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lee Will of Osceola, former Wilson residents, announce the birth of a son Tuesday at the Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Will is the former Miss Ruby Birch of Wilson. No Pipe Smoker, Hugo HELENA, Mont. IIP}— Montana's governor. J. Hugo Aronson, hii-s a king sized pipe capable of holding a full packet of tobacco. An old friend Heed Carlson bought it for him in China when He was in the Air Force. There is only one drawback- Hugo doesn't smoke a pipe. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature METRO NEWS TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature PLUS CARTOON Surprise Shower Given Bride OSCEOLA — Another party honoring » recent bride was the •urprise miscellaneous shower given Mrs. Henry James Swift Friday afternoon by Mrs. Charlie Coleman and her daughter, Mrs. Walter Daniels. The party was set to be given In the Coleman'j country home, but due to the Inclement weather the party was held at the home of Mrs. Guy Bryant. A pink and white color scheme was carried out. Floral decorations using pink gladioli, pink carnations and white bridal roses were used throughout the house. In the living room, fan-shaped arrangements placed against the pastel-tone walls were accented with blue Dutch Iris. Colonial arrangements of carnations and roses in antique containers decorated the guest room. In the dining room the table was overlaid with a cut-work floor length cloth and was centered with a silver bowl holding the chosen flowers. Silver candlelabra with glowing bridal tapers were used at the tea table. Mrs. J. W. Cartwright presided at the coffee service. Mrs. Swift chose a brown costume suit with brown accessories and the hostesses pinned cammellias at her shoulder. Mrs. Coleman was attired in an early spring print silk daytime frock. Mrs. Daniels wore a knitted dress in battleship gray with brown accents. Mrs. Cartwright was dressed in teal blue jersey, and the three were presented gift corsages of white carnations by Mrs. Bryant, who was attired in a black afternoon dress trimmed in cut steel beadsr Dana Daniels, wearing * party frock In alice blue, brought the gifts to the bride in a flower-decked wagon with a big satin bow on the handle. Spelled out In flowers was "Honey-Moon Express." At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Jim Orr, City Jimmy Adklsson, City Mrs. W. I. 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