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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST M, UVt C • 4 c>ocielu Jane Shelton, Society Editor 9 Phont 4461 Dixie Pig Is Scene Oi Dessert Bridge An entertaining room at the Dixie Pig yesterday was the scene tor a dessert bridge entertaining members and guests of La N'ucve. Mrs Clarence Webb was hostess for the bi-monthly event, with Mrs. Russell H. Parr and Mrs. N'ewlon Whilis guests for the occasion. Asters were spaced about the loom. In the bridge game, Mrs. Farr was high score winner and Mrs. VVhitis second high. An out-of-town guest for the occasion was Mrs. Farr, former Blytheville resident, now of Fort Sill. Okla., who with LI. Frirr and son are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Two Guests Play Rook With Club at Saliba Home- Mrs. Raymond Bomar and Mrs. Harold Klnson were guests yesterday with the Tnuirday Hook Club when Mrs. George Saliba. Jr., u:is hostess at her home for the weekly afternoon of playing rook. Fall polled plains ariornnl the entertaining room and were set -throughout the home. .Mrs. W. B. Mayo took Lop honors in the rook game with Mrs. Kugene Brown winning second high and Mrs. Hin.son. rooko. Following the game. Mrs. Saliba served a salad plate with iced drinks. • + • Mrs. Wilcly Hostess To Kibitzers, Guest* Mrs. Earl Wlldy yesterday enicr- tained at- her country home to compliment members and guests of the Kibilzer Club. Mrs. Robert Pierce of Manila, Mrs. Robert Lowe of Jonesboro. Mrs. Garrard Caudill and Mrs. Richard Rose were guests for the afternoon of bridge. A dessert course was served and bridge played with Mrs. Caudill Inking guest high and bridgo. Mrs'. Robert McIIancy led the scores for club mcmrWs. Sept. 141s Date Set for Annual Showing of Fall Fashion Creations Fashion will plr.y fairy godmother, Mrs. W. H. Pease will again be Bits of News to the health of public school children again this year as a result of (he Blytheville Junior Service Auxiliary's third annual fashion show for which plans are now under way. Proceeds from the affair are used to carry out the organization's extensive child welfare program, Mrs. Monroe Crain, Jr., president, stated, Mrs. R. A. Porter, general chairman of this year's show, today announced the dale of the showing and committees for the affair. On Friday, Sept. 14, the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble will again ne convened into an exclusive dress salon as models parade Fall fash- Ions selected from Stiop, The Edylhe Tot Shop. Miss Whilsltl's Shop and The! service commentator for the show. She will be assisted by Mrs. P. Don Smith and Mrs. Blan S. Heath. Ticket sale In the city Is under the- direction of Mrs. Oscar Fcndler whose team captains are Mrs. Dick White, Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Mrs. Lindsey Gunn and Mrs. James Roy. Mrs. W. R. l.awshe Is out-of-town chairman, and will handle the Mrs. Homer Jones of Greenfield, Tenn,, has been spending thJs week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith on Armorel Road. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Moore and two children. Van, Jr., and Barbara of Cullman, Ala., have arrive'd to be the weekend guests ol Mr. and Mrs, D. G. Gracy. They came especially for the family reunion anc celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Gracy's 50th wedding anniversary Sunday Mr, and Mrs. T. O. Hucy and son Ronnie, and Mr and Mrs. 1, O Mrs, James Terry sales in other cities. Decorations for the event are being planned by Mrs. James C. Guard, chairman, Mrs. Wc-ldon Rainwater. Mrs. Ben ffarpole, Mry E. M. Terry and Mrs. Ed Time, Mrs. Wallace S. Hoke and Mrs. Albert K. Taylor are in charge o( the table Mrs. Freeman Robinson Is chali- Tca will be served from 3 until 6! man of the commuter In charge of o'clock as the snests arc entertained wits music by Mrs. Eddie Saliba. Sbmdngs will lie at 3:30 and 5::to o'cluck. In addition lo the I luce stores showing fashions, other firms In the city will offer winnow displays. MOT. foocl Mrs, G. Bltlncr. Mrs. A|. hert Huffman. Mrs. Joe P. Pride. .Ir. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, ami Mr I. R C^lermn arc assisting her. Mrs. Ed Tun" is chairman and Mrs Dick While and Mrs. W. A. AfPick arc members of Ihe com- * RUTH MILLETT Two Ways to Meet Problem Of Woman-Chasing Hubby B; RliTH Mil.LETT, NBA Stiff Writer Several current magazines articles on the "Don Juan" type of husband. They seem to be try- Ing to get across the idea to women thai if your husband Is a Don Juan he is a sick man— probably suffering from some kind of mother complex. Well, what if he is? Sick or not, he's a woman-chaser and his wife is In a tough spot. What woman married to such Huey are vacationing In Tampa, men want to know Is not' what Fla. makes them what they are, but L L tl ,, tul .-, t . „„. b>? exhibited from mlttne in charge of window dis- . „ Ark-Mo Power Company. Family plays. Publicity Is being handled by Mlss c r Shoe Store. R. D. Hughes Men's Mrs. Joe' P. Pride. Jr.. and music ! pnlne , Store. The Accesory Shop, The Lin- bv Mrs. John Cavdill. ! &"'•*• J ~ Cl1 Of. en and Curlnin Shop, and Guard's Jewelry Store. Mrs. R. C. Allen ot Allen's Flowers will arrange the Mowers throughout the Rose Room and Minor Room. Lighting effects will be supervised by Tom Miller of Ark-Mo Power Company. Boor prizes will be given by Rolhrock Drug Company. Arranging for favors are Mrs. W.i A. Atllck. Mrs. R. M. Logan and Mis. R, A Nelson. Projects which are financed hy this affair arc the visual eye clinic conducted in Blvtheville elementary schools and outlyine communities, the milk fund in Blytheville elementary schools, and the Story Ho-jr »t the City Library. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Finnell and sen, Joe Cooke. and Mr. and Mrs. Ola Cooke of Goodwell. Okla.. were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parker. They were en route to their home alter having been In Portagevllle for the wedding ot Miss Rosemary De Lisle and Robert Duggins. Mrs. Duggins Is the granddaughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Cooke. Mrs. Percy Smith and'hcuseguest, Mrs. Homer Jones of Greenfield. Tenn.. spent yesterday in Memphis. .Vrs. Roy Turner. Jr.. and son. ! Roy III. of Texarkana. Tex., are the guests of Mrs. Turner's mother, Mrs. Kathleen Thomas and aunt, Mrs. W- W. Hawkins. Miss Geneva Shibley, Miss Jose- nibley. Mrs. A. G. Shlblcy. Saliha and Miss Barbara Saliba le.'t this morning for Bir- Ala., to spend several Roleson Heads Duplicate Bridge Club Newest Fall Fashion V 8674 12-42 By Sue Burnett Want the latent (o, spice your fa wardrobe? Then make this stun ning dress for date or riaylinie tt-il lab Jim Role.scni last night was nam~ 1 president or the Blytheville upllcate Bridge Club at an elec- in held at the bi-weekly session t Hntel Noble. Others immed to serve in the or- onization were Harry W, Haine.s. ce president, and Mrs. Prank rigshy, secretary and treasurer. Playinff an eight-table Howcll movement winner's game, Mr. and Mrs. C, G. Cody of Mtftnpllts took first place honors. Second high went to Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln. Mrs. Foy Elchlcson and Mrs, OrJgs- by took third high. Plans were announced for the City Tournament scheduled for Aug. 30-31 at Hotel Noble. ountry Club Events honors Florida Guest Luncheon followed by an aftcr- oon of playing bridge at the Coun•y Club yesterday entertained liree tables of guests when Miss \nnella Humphreys was hostess In omplimenl lo Miss Pat Wells of 'avare.s, Fla., houseguest of Miss lary Sue Crafton. Clusters of asters centered each if the tables- , In the bridge game. Miss Barbara Wonaghan took top score honors.' Canasta high prlw went to Miss ,1e!ba Pryor. Miss Humphreys presented Miss Veils with a gift. Miss Cralton iild her houseguest were rootu- mit«3 at Brcnan, Gainesville, Oa. Included In the list of guests were Miss Nancy Harrcll of Flint, .llch., who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. JV. D. Chtvinblin. and Miss Virginia Jrooks of Memphis, houscsuest of _er grandmother. Mrs. H. C. Knap- icnberger, and Mr. KnappcnbcrBcr. Club Resumes Meetings Mter Disbandment An evening o( playing canasta at the. home of Mrs. Claude Alexander last night entertained member!; ol the Thursday Night Canasta Cluo when Mrs. Alexander was hostess for the first meeting following lUru- mer disbandment. A dessert course preceded the game In which Mrs. Billy Hyde woi high score and Mrs. Jimmy Richardson, low. Guest Attend HD Club Session 12 Class Members Attend Session Twelve members and one guest of the Phebeau Cla.s.s of the First Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Pearl Lamb on 5th Street for the monthly business-social. Mrs. Gladys Clevenger of Mount Vcrnon, III., who 4s visiting Mrs. Otis Shepherd and Mr, and Mrs. Theodore , Logan, was tlie , , guest for the session, whtfch' ed with prayer by Mrs. Tom Mabry. Mrs. Herman Walls presented the 'VEning's devotional after which :li\s.i president. Mrs. Harry Bogan. ed the business discussions. Prayer by Mrs. Logan closed the mslness portion. A social hcur fol- oweci. JiVAvliich Mrs. Lamb served efreshments. mingham. davs. Doris Jean is the name which has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Martin lor their daughter born Aug. 16 at Blytheville Hospital. She Is their first child. Mrs. Martin Is the former Miss Bobbie Jean Sturch. Mr. and Mrs. Don Estes and daughter. Donna, arrived yesterday from their home in Detroit. Mich.. la be the guests of Mr. E-ites' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gay. Miss Virginia Brooks of Memphis is the- houseguest pi her grandmother. Mrs. H. C. Knappen- bergcr. and Mr. Knappenberger Mrs. Bob O'Ktefe of Memphis, Mrs. F. W. Turner and Mrs. Charles Wilson of Sunmer. Miss., were Thursday giiesls of Mrs. a. E. Webb. Mrs. Jim Smart is spending several days wilh relatives in Holly I Grove. Mrs. Mel Hay. Mrs. Charley Bright and Mis. W. T. Biker yesterday returned from Memphis where they hid spent severs! days. B, W. Hltc.i is undergone treatment ami observation at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. James' Barksdale and daughter. Susan and Mrs. Barksdale's mother, Mrs. Ella Worthy yesterday returned from a week's vacation. Mrs. Batksdale visited iti Hot Springs as guest of Mrs. Hattle Harris and Mr', and Mrs. Dane Harris. Mrs. Worthy.»nd granddaughter were the gueslm ol J. E Worthy what they, (he wives, ought to do about the situation. Actually tliere are only two sensible things Ilie woman who marries a man with wandering eyes and straying feet can do. She can give him up as hopeless— which he actually is—and let him go his way while she tires to make a new life fo; herself. Or she can, if it is Important to hold the firmly together for the ?ake of the children, take the tough, realistic attitude that she is married lo a woman-chaser, and will probably tsev*r be able to change him. The Important thing, then is not to let his weakness ruin her life. He Never Really Ixives Her It will if she tries to kid herself into thinking he really loves her and is just the victim of predatory women. Or if she thinks when one affair is finished that it will" be the last. Or if she thinks that If she keeps a close eye on him he won't have a chance to chase other Walnut Grove Revival Planned The Rev. H. H. Sutton of Beaumont, Tex., will be the speaker for a revival beginning Aug. 26 at the Walnut Grove Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Ralph Bartholomew announced today services will be held at 10:30 a.m. and T.30 p.m. at the church, located of Manila. three miles south Commuting In Sty)* PORT SULPHUR, L. (AP>— At»Ut 400 commuters operate th* Gnnd* Ecaille sulphur mine of Freeport Sulphur Co., In the marshy are* at the Mississippi delta country. It' » accessible only by WAter. There Is np rush-hour traffic »• jar jangled neFvei. For the 10-mil* half-hour trip twice dally the company maintains a fleet ol Diesel- powered cabin cruisers. Each bout can accommodate 50 person*—»U in well-cushioned seats. arrived today from their home In Hartford, Cam., to be the guests of Mrs. Elartigin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflict. C. P. Tucker and W. A. Afflick yesterday returned from three weeks in Battle Creek, Mich. Mrs. John Caudill and children, Lucy. John ind Bill are visiting in Edgiu, Tex., as guests of Mrs. Ca\l- djli's parents. Mrs. Gladys Clevenger and granddaughter, Sharon Day of Mount Vernon, 111., are the guests of Mrs. Clevengcr's daughter, Mrs. Otis Shepherd, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Purvis and Mrs. T. H. Caraway and son, Michael, returned from New Hebron, Miss., Wednesday, They had gone especially for the "90th birthday celebration of Mr. Purvis' father, J. A. Purvis. Mr. Purvis is a frequent Blytheville visitor. Previously, Mr. and Mrs. Caraway and Michael visited for several days In Wichita Kan. They were accompanied home by Mr. Caraway's mother, Mrs. E. V. Caraway. BIG TOWN BELLE —With a mischievous glance at the photographer, Sandu Scott shows her feelings at being chosen "Miss New York City." The blonde beauty will represent Gotham at Atlantic City, N. J, r next month in the "Miss America" contest. family in L Mrs. Johnny Wilt* and daughter, Grace, are vfc ting Mrs. White's parents. Mr. and borough, in Sena Dr. Mrs. Ihurch Classes Will Be Resumed Sitmlny School cliisse.-) lor nur.-:ery, indergartcn and primary departments of the First Methodist Church will lie resumed Sunday following an adjournment, of three weeks, Classes had been adjourned due to the building project. and Dr. and Mn will leave tomon at Point Clear, / Mr. and Mrs. I meriting for Ar the weekend. Wr attend the races Allen Bush ha University of Tr where he has 1 summer sessi weeks with his :le Rocfc. Mr.s. R. G. RCKSC- bla. Miss. W. T, Rain wafer James C. Guard w (or n vacation A; Bugg left, this a, 111., to spetid e there, they will arrived from the Knoxville, en attending the to spend three parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C- Bus: Mr. and Mr/ Roy Harper and daughter, Kate/of St. Louis will be the weekend rfiests of friends and relatives. Mrs. W. R. inrttgan and son. Bill vomen. Any of those attitudes will likelj ad her to such bitter unhappines^ that she will be the one V/.K changes. But if she faces the fact thai she isn't deeply loved and so mus' not depend on love that isn't there she can set out courageously to build a satisfactory life for herself within the setting of her marriage Either leave him or live will him without emotional dependency —those are the only two sensible choices the wife actually has. FALL REGISTRATION * Rockie Smith SCHOOL of DANCING Tuesday, Aug. 28, & Wednesday/ Aug. 29 2 to 5 P.M. Tap —' Ballet — Acrobatic Toe — Ballroom 911 N. 6th St. Phone 6284, 4473 Air Conditioned by Refrigeration At Fhe Hosnitals Blytheville Hospital ismissed: Jimmy Barnes, City. J. C. Rayford. Armorel. Robert DeWitt,. City, Marian Jenkins, City, NOW! UP TO *6?2 ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR 01D BATTERY ' Lisfen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY .. Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters . NO MOSQUITOES *—^. NO BUGS rich solid tone and accent contrasting button-trimmed and cuffs. v Patterii No. 867-1 is a sew-rit perforated pattern in sizes 12. 1 16. 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 4 yarc of 35-inch; 3 v yard contrast For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your nfime. address, <ize .desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burm-lt. Ccurlei News. S12 w Qumcy Street. Chicago. 6. III. The t'all and Winter i^Uf of FASHION is just wh:it vou've been waiting for—a complete, guide"' in planning a wearable wardrobe for a new season! Gift patterns printed Inside. 25 cents. Mrs. Edith Epperson was the only guest wilh u members of the Dw- wood Home Demonstration Club when the group met Wednesday st- ternoon at the club for Ihe bimonthly session. Mrs. Raymond Payne sewed us >ste>s and displayed the eye-opcn- or, an electric lamp. Group .singing m'eceded the scripture reading by Mis. Jayne. In tlie business discussions plans were completed for the group's nn- tm?l vacation at Wnlcolt Aug. 28 A socirtl hour followed the adjournment, with Mrs. Bill Cable, club nrcsidmit. winning the door prize. Refreshments were served. MUSIC MEANS LIFETIME HAPPINESS Start Your Child on the Piano, Organ or Voice Now !( Is sometimes said "You can't buy happiness"— however, you can provide Ihe inspiration and friendships that go wilh !he ahilily to p!ay or sin^. Thai's why we say your child's musical education is as important as his ABC's! HAVE YOUR CHI1J) STUJY WTH TRAINED SPECIALISTS. Fowlston School of Music Fall Registration Starts Monday 815 Chickasawbs Phone 2019 BOX OFFICE OPINS7:00 •Shcl* Starts 7: 5 p.m. LAST TIMES TODAY— SATURDAY ONLY! Wes NEVADA BA Starring Whip Conl. Showing Sal. l:>::jfl surfing Yvofins DeCARLO Richard ""NE Cont. Showing Simda\i Trade HOW—Hot weather ii rough on batteries. 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