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PAGE FOUR ' BLYTHEVILLK, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AtJCKJtT IT, Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bridal Whirl Continue* For Miss Slankard Pre-mspUal parties continue for Mi-is Bonita Slanknrd who Monday will become the brirle'ot Wade O. Reeves. Jr. Continuing the erenls was the dessert canasta last night at the Dixie Pi? for which Miss Mary jo Eaton, Miss Kathryn Martin and Miss Mnxlne Hipp were hostesses. The table at which Miss Slankard was scaled lor the game was centered with a bride doll dressed in gleaming satin and wlsixs of ma- line, bowls of tiny blooms marked the oilier four tables. Continuing the bridal theme were the place cards used which were adorned with .studies of bridesmaids and other members of the wedding party, A green cn'iw frock was chosen by the, honorce who was presented from her hostesses an old fashioned nc.se^ay made into a clrsage. Miss Shirley King was top scorer hi the game, with Miss Betty Ann Bits of News Barber winning second high and honoree. Miss Slankard, lo\v. Mrs. Henry Dodc!. sister of the groom-lo-be was special guc-st. • * • Mrs. Terry Entertains At Country Club An afternoon of playing bridge nt nell. the Country Club yesterday entertained members of the Kibitzer Club when Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., was hos- less In compliment to the group. A.nnvy b guest for the occasion was Miss series. Nancy Hughes ot -Washington D. C. houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. A large bowl from which brimmed slimmer blooms topped a table of th« entertaining room. A dessert course preceded the game In which Mrs. chnrles Af/llck won high score, and Mrs. Robert McHnney, second high. • » * Farewell Party Honors Mrs. Earl Stabler Mr*, Itubcl McCnulru tthel Ann lankersley Becomes Bride Sunday Miss Ethel Aun Tankersley Sunday became the bride of Rubel Mc- Conlcss In a ceremony performed at :i p.m. In Osceola. •Ilio bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cllftou Tankersley of Cios- Miss Kalhryn Oray served as maid of honor nnd only attendant. She chose a tmvy blue worn with white acccs- femlnlne frock ot A farewell riarty at the home o Mr«. James Fisher last night com pllmented Mrs. Enrl Stabler who! this weekend will leave with her family for Hollywood. Fla., to make their home where Mr. Stabler will b» high school track coach. The nine guests attending the •vent were seated In the Horn! bedecked rooms for an evening of Informal visiting and entertainment. In the games, Mrs. Robert Lipscomb and the guest of honor were prliw winners. A group gift was presented Mrs. Btabler niter which Mrs. Fisher •erved n snndwlch plate aud punch. Wiener Roast Entertains Church Groups, Guest A wlenw. rortt >«t night «l the home of Mrs. Carl Webster entertained 10 members and one guest of the Tnterrhediate Training Union and Sunday School Cln.ss of the Number Nine Baptist Church. Hudson Garrison of Armorcl was th« only guest for the evening ol roasting party foods Mid Informn' entertainment Training Union teacher. Mm. T N. Johnson assisted with the »t- falr. For her marriage the bride was Pressed In a slreetlength dress of white crepe. She chose white ac- cessor le.s. P. T. Haney served as ue.st man The couple IK now at home at 105 E. Rose Street. Mrs. McCnnlcsff J* employed »t Rlcc-Stlx factory, Mr. McConlcss is connected with Swift Oil Mill. • » • Mrs. Mayo Tops Score* For Weekly Rook Club Mrs. W. B. Mayo led tin score: vesterday at the weekly game ol tin Thursday Rook CHlb. Mrs. Gi'over Wren was hostess R ?r home (or the occasion. Sum ner blooms floated In low bowl nbouL the room In which the sina ;ables were .set up. A sandwich plate with Iced drink was served. Mrs. T, O. Hlley took second hlgl score and Mrs. George Sailba, Jr rooko. Guests Attend HD Club Session Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin Dell have returned from Cockrun Muss., where they visited Mrs. Mar tln'j mother, Mrs. C. V. Trcdaway Tliey were accompanied home Dy her brother, Willie Trcilnway. win will also visit with another brother Karl Ti'edtiway. Miss Ann CYook arrived toda> from her home. In Houston. Tex to be the Rucst (if her mother, Mrs J. K. Crook and brother, Barne; Crook and family. Mrs. Helia Walson of Gary, Ind former Hlythevtllc resident Is i patient In the Methodist IlospHnl li ary where she recently undersell irgery. Her condition Is rcportei satisfactory. Miss Millie Chambers will arrlv uiion-ow from Harding Collcui carcy where she lins been attend K the summer session. Mrs. ,/ame.s ii. Jordon Is reported i a satisfactory condition at Meni- hls Methodist Hospital where she nderwent surgery yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGruder have elurned frffln a vacation In Miami, In. Wlillc In Florida they attended Aug. S marriage of their son, rank McGruder to Miss Sue :olmes ol Dell. Mr. and Mrs. McGruder are at home In Hllaleah. where Mr. McGruder Is at- ending aviation engineering school. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips nd Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goooh It today for Lltlle Roclt to at- nnd llie marringp. of Miss Patricia and Charles F. CrlRKcr, II ot Blythevllle tomorrow at 4:30 i.m, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore. Mr. nd Mrs. Jjimar Wllborn, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davis, Mr. and Mrs, James ridwcll and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brownlee are spending Mie weekend it Lake Norfork. MIRROR .MAGIC—More interested In her mirror and less In calendar lias saved IhLs woman many lonely evenings. With the cor rect coilfure, skilfully applied make-up and (he right clothes (right: she gains mid-fifty bcauly and finds lite more interesting. Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs. VV. O. Anderson. Capt, and Mrs. James R, Recder and son of Fort Kennins, Ga,, are the housegucsts of Capl. Recder's mother. Mrs. n. I,. Recder. Jim JeHries of St. l.ouis will be! the weekend guest of Miss Mary Ju Eaton and her parents, Mr. and I Ca\\ meeting of Alpha Alph Mrs. Coady Katon. ' Chapter of neta Sigma Phi at the Miss Pccsy Allison returned yes- Rustlc '""• 8 P' m Friday Table Mitchell Mayed by League A seven table Mitchell movement •as played last night at the iqonth- f masterpolnt game of the Dupli- ate Bridge League. The League lays bi-weekly at Hotel Noble. First honors north and south went to Mrs. C. £• Daggett ol Maranna and Mrs. Dick J. Whit*. Mrs, C. C. Councille and Mrs. Harry W. allies won second north and south. East and west first place honors went to Mrs, E. B. Gee and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Georgia Dfli- ey and Mrs. W. A. AC flick too* second high east and west, Air Conditioned by Refrigeration terday from St. LouLs and Kentuckjf where she had spent 10 days with friends and relatives. Saturday Miss Patricia McKenzie becomes the bride of Charles K. Crigger m Mr. and Mrs. Wallis S. Ivy. Jr,, of; in a 4:30 p.m ceremony in Little Dallas, Tex,, wilt arrive today to be' Rock, »l? Ver '\ 1 f IU *T« 0 ' T 11SS Naney l D "P»cat« Bridge League plays at „„ Hote) N T 0 jjJ e flt j ;30 pm _ Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Dr, nnd Mrs. J. E. Beasley. Mr. and Mrs. E. J Cure, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Fend- tcr. Mr. and Mrs J L, Gunn and Mr and Mrs. Hen Harpole. hosts and hostesses. j Miss Betty Jean Plceman of Manila, bride-elect of Max Henrich Schardcr being complimented with 9:30' a.m. breakfast at Rustic Inn Mrs. O. T. Elliott, Jr., Mrs. James "Jardner and Mrs, Max Wallers Hughes, Mr, and Mrs, Ivy arc en rout* to Van Dalia. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stabler and son, Dickie will leave this weekend lor Hollywood, Fla., to make their home where Mr. Stabler will be high school track coach. Mrs. E. S. Moon 1 let! by plane today tor Evansvltle, Ind., to be thej Kiiest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korri- blutn. Mr. Moore will Join her later for a northern vacation following A fishing trip in the Ozarks. MLss Mnry Sue Crafion has as her j houseguest "Miss Mnry Pat Wells of Tavfvres, Kla. Miss CraCton and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Barney Crook are Wel1 * wer e roommates last year at n Memphis Attending the reunion Brennu College. Gainesville, Ga. . - M| . s _ Tominy Bogan nnd children and Mrs. J. G. Barnes will return tomorrow from Memphis where they have been spending several days. Mr. and Mrs, John Duncan and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Spaeth and Mr. nnd Mrs. Alton B. Jaggcrs. and children will be In Jonesboro tomorrow to attend a picnic Riven by the National Life and Accident Insurance Co., for managers and agents of the vicinity. The affair honor Fred Penlx of Jonesboro. ot the Medlual Detachtncnl of the 81st Division being held this week- cud. They will return to Blythe- vllle Sunday and with their two children will leave Monday fur a Florida vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Chllds of Earle were the overnight Rucsts of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Maxwell. Mrs. Herbert Miller and Mrs. Verbal algler arrived this morning Iron; their home In Houston, Miss., to b* the weekend guest a of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. I. Seay. Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Sigler, Mrs. Seay and Mrs. Floyd Seay will leave In the morning for Qiilln. Mo., to attend the marriage of MlM Nettle Frances Morath. former Blythevlll* resident to .Joseph Slender. Mrs. C. E. Dageett and Mrs. L. R. Mr«: Ed Craig and Mrs, M. J.! Skinner were the only guests with 12 members of the Flat Luke Home Demonstration Olub who met yesterday at the club for th« monthly politick sEsslon. A ilevoMoiml by Mrs. Willie Hen- sou preceded the roll call In which home management chairnmn, Mrs. O. R. RexUord hncl each member to display homemade gifts. Mrs, C. M. Abbott directed & brief Inisinp?* session and led a round tale discussion of "Observa- llcns We Have Made That Will He Helpful In Home and Community Life." A judging of gift A fin mwl lately followed with Mrs. W. II. Caldwell taking first place and Mrs. Hen son. second. Mrs. Hertford presented prizes to the winners. Pirns were announced for a Srpl 20 inceilng preceding Ihc adjournment. Mrs. C. L. Johns and Mrs. Vester Clayton of Cabot, Ark,, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James W, Robertson mid family and Mrs Minnie Vo*.s, Miss Virginia Williams of Oscco- nostcsses. Miss Sunday Mary Prance* Galnes-BUl Ray Nunnelee wed at the First Christian Church at 4 p.m. At The Hosoitals Ile Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Wallace Hudson, City Louise Smith, Steele. Tavores, FlR. Mrs. W. O. Anderson loft this afternoon for Marianna to be the overnight, guest of her son, Hjiroid Anderson, Mrs. Anderson and son, Harold Jr. The group will leave Marl- We, the Women By RUTH M1LLETT "The source of most husbands' peevishness Is a firm conviction that all women are parasites" . from the soon-to-be-published book, "The Intelligent Man's Guide to Women." Like so many generalized statements about men and women, this one doesn't stand up well. Sure, some men think women are parasites. But usually the man \vho| feeh that way about It is cither j married to a parasite or to a woman who isn't smart enough to l°t| him know just what she does to earn her way. Approximately half of the women wiio hold Jobs today are married women. Their husbands certainly couldn't look on women as parasites. Of the stay-at-home wives, ths majority do their own work. Do * Good Day's Work It they do it even reasonably well. their husbands, if intelligent, couldn't possibly regard their wives as parasites. After all, a woman who cooks and keeps house and looks after children puts In more hours at her job than any so-called self- supporting working girl a man might compare her with. j And when you get right down to fhe history of this country, you have to admit that from the start American women have been partners. 'Hie pioneer women were p-ut- ners to their men, willingly sharing work, worry, danger, hardships and prlvatlona. And as noon as women 4ad the>r lome burdens lightened and there were jobs available to them. In great numbers they went to work, both single and married women. Naturally, aa long as there are men with enough money to afford wives who do nothing but pamper themselves, there are golrig to be some women who are parasites. But those aren't the women you or your husband are likely lo know. You're much more likely to ive in a neighborhood where some of the women work either full or part time and where the rest put in a full working-day at home. Listen to'KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Uox Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starls 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters NO MOSQUITOKS NO BUGS Sliurhl* left today (or their home n MarlRiina hfter being the guests if their:-daughter and sister, Mrs Dick J.^'jiHe and Mr. White, Mra. Farmer England will arrive Monday from her horn* in Cam- irldge. Mas*., lo visit as guest of Jr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Jones, other datives and friends. A former Bly- hevllle resident, Mrs. England Is low a student at Harvard. Robert Warren left yesterday loi* Clarksdtile, MlM., where he will Join Mrs. Wan-en, who hfts been spearing the past two weeks there with relatives. They will return to Bly- thevllle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Fisher and family will leave tomorrow Tor Ark- ex where they will spend two weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Chester Lewis and daughter, Jerry Jo have returned from R 12 day vacation spent with friends In Michigan and visiting points or Canadian interest. En route horn* they visited in St. I/nils nnd Fredrick losvn. Mo. Another daughter, Glcnrin who had accompanied them remained In Frcdvick- town for H visit with friends. Mrs. Raymond Maxwell is spending Hie weekend in Memphis with her sou, Aneolo Chilris who is , former Dlythevtllc resident has n«i anna in the morning for a vacation her housDRUest, Miss Bphe Wells of to Dallas, Tex, Only known potential sources of! atomic energy are uranium, pluton- I ium and thorium, | Read Courier News Classified Ads. 10 Day Revival Begins Monday The Promised Land Methodis, ,,,. Church will begin a 10 da.v revival | patient at Kennedy General Hos- Monday will) the Rev. Clyde Cro?.l--r ptlal. Condition ol Mr. Chltrts. whn as evnngeli.it. H was announced to- underwent .surgery yesterday Is re- rtny The Rev. Mr. Criv.ier Is mill- ported ^s satlstactnry. tster of the. Ncttleton-Bay charise Service will begin each evening at 7:30 p.m. announced the Rev. Frank M. Stage, pastor. Clear Lake WMU Meets at Church YeMfvday afternoon righl members of thr Clenr Lakn Baptist Wo- niens Missionary Union met al the church for a mission program dl- participants. Jan Devernux lett tills afternoon [or'BttitlR.irt. lo visit her aunt, Mrs. .lames Bel!. Mr.',Bell nnd son. Billy. Jan accompanied Mrs. Bell and son home, they had been spending several days Vicre. as RUCSls of Mr. »nd campus bound... rcc(ert by Mrs. Mabol Harmon. Mrs. J. T. Simpson presented the devotional. Mrs. L. O. Sartln. Mrs. Will Smith, Mrs. Dor» Liuisforrt. Mrs. Wilnia Auslln, Mrs. Al Wcub Mrs. Roy Haynes were program By Sue Burnett ; Destined (or great popularity this fall la the slim skirt (hat's so youn?l and flattering. Here it is Tor you; on a dress that has a clever button shoulder treatment, twin pock- eta. Pattern No, 871^ is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizej 10, 12, H, 16, 18. 20. Sl« 12. 3-s yards of 39-Inch. Tor this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, ,siM desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER lo Sue Burned, Courier News, 373 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6. 111. 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