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PAGB FOUR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Party (or Seven Guests Marks 3rd Birthday Bonnie O^'ftl ("IJutcb") Warren was three years old yesterday and * party for seven guests at the home of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gllliani marked the day, Th« lawn of the home was the setting for the party games afier vhEch the hoiioree opened the ns• *6rted gifts. Mrs. B. W. Warren, mother of the guest of honor, was assisted In serving birthday cake and ice cream by Mr*. J, C. Houston. Sandra Kay Gflliam of Memphis was an out-of-town guest for the festivities. Favors were presented the guests. • • » Fish Fry Is Given At Ben Ray Home Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lane. Jr., and son, Gary Lynn, shared honors last night at a fish fry given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ray. t Mr. and Mrs. Lane and son, who make their home in Detroit, MJch., are the guest of Mrs. Lane's father, Mr. Ray .and Mrs. Ray. The 17 guests spent the evening informally following the al fresco mpal. Sgt. Joe T. Robertson of Camp Polk, La., was an out-of-town gnesL Recently-Wed Couple Honored at Shower Mr. and Mrs. Earl James, who were married recently, shared hon- on Tuesday night at the miscellaneous shower given In their honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison on East Cherry Street. The evening was spent informally during which girts for the couple's .new home were presented. Mrs. James was until her Sept. 1 marriage Miss Betty Spcnce. Mrs. Allison was assisted by Mrs. LC*J James in serving refreshments. • • * Dessert Bridge Given By Mrs. R. C. Allen AH members of Club Eight were present for the weekly nfternoon of bridge yesterday for • which Mrs. R. O. Alien waa hostess at the Country Club. Fall bloomt marked the entertaining room In which bridge was play«J, with Mri. Pnul Jobe taking high •core and Mrs. H. CJ. Partlow, ace- end high. • A dewert courw waj icrved. • • « Business Session Held By Alpha Detpha Chapter Plsnn for the fall rush wason and committee activities for the year highlighted the builnem discussion of the Alpha Delta chapter of Beta eigm» Phi, yesterday. Mn. Dick Watson wa» hottesi at her home on Northeast Parkway for th« bi-monthly event. Mr». W. H. O'Keefe, chapter president presided over the business dto- •nsston which was followed with a social hour In which the hostess terved Iced drinks and party foods. • • • CIB, Guest Honored At Morton Home Mrs. Ramon Morton entertained • t her home last night tor the weekly bridge game of the CIB Club. Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney was the group's only guest and in the gnme took high score honors, Mrs. Lewis Henderson won second high and Mrs. Robert I Thompson, bridgo. During the evening a dessert course was served the guests seated in the entertaining room, which held bouquets of early fall blossoms. Capacity Crowd Dances to Music Of Jimmy Dorsey A capacity crowd of the Country Club set and their out-of-lown guests last night dancer! lo Ihe music of one of the nation's lop bands. Jimmy Oorsey and Ills orchestra. Dancing was enjoyed by the guests from 9 till 1 in the ballroom which was decorated In fall blooms. Featured with ihe band were trumpeter shorty Sherock and vocalist Pat O'Connor. A large group of out-nf-town residents attended Including guests from Memphis. Joncsboro, Poplar Bluff and Little Rock. It's Thrifty and Smart THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ti, 1M| 55 Attend nitial Dell PTA Meeting Fifty-five members of the Dell Parent-Teachers Association attended the first session of the current school year conducted yesterday afternoon at the school. Mrs. Noble Hill, president presided over the business-program session followed >y an Introductory informal lea. Plans were discussed for the annual Halloween Carnival, followed t>y the Introduction of faculty members by Superintendent A. E. Cald- woll. The afternoon's program was directed by Mrs. Charles Kenneit wilh Mrs. Gill presenting Ihe devotional reading. The year's welcoming address was given by the Rev. Eugene Hall to close the business and program iiccilng. In the room count, the second grade of Miss Joyce Gill sncl the seventh of L. T. Moore took prize*. The members adjourned to Ihe Home Economics Cottage for Ihe tea for which Mrs. Kcnncll, Mrs. Oral Honeycutt. Mrs. C. A. Smith, VIrs. Uob Henderson and Mrs. Arthur renter were hostesses. Autumn tone blooms provided the floral scttlnn for the event. Party foods and punch were served. By Sue Burnett The backbone of your fall- Ihrrjiigh-winler wardrobe—a well flttiiiB skirt to team up with a variety of.blouses. And best of all, this slim style requires Just a yard of fabric In 54-inch! Pattern No." 8521 1« a sew-rite perforated pattern in waist sizes 24. 25. 2814, 28, 30 and 32. Size 25, 1 yard of 54-Inch. For this paltern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Qlllncy Street, Chicago 6. Send M cents today for the Fall and Winter FASHfON. 48 pages of smart, easy to sew styles; interesting features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed inside the book. First Meeting Of Sudbury PTA Held at School A builneM MMlon highlighted with the lntrpd.uctlon'0t:the 1951-52 Executive Board yesterday made up th» Initial meeting of th« Sudbury Parent-Teacheri Association. Mrs. Vance Henderson, president, presided. The meeting opened with th« Introduction of faculty members by Mrs. E. p. rry, principal, with Mr«. Harry Began, finance chairman, announcing plans for the Halloween Carnival to be held Oct. 26. The group's budget for the year was read after which the devotional, "Being Christian In Clroupa" was given by Mrn. Jerry Hearn. Mrs. H. C. Blankeruhlp gavi the president* message followed by group singing led by Mr». Ralph A. Berryman. Executive Board members named were Mrs. Foy Etchieson, vice president; Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. secretary; Mrs. Helton Francis, treasurer; Mrs. Milton Snow, historian; Mrs. Jerry Hearn, program; Mrs. E. L. Francis, study; Mrs. Don Lilt?, membership; Mrs. Fred Saliba hospitality; Mrs. Harry Bogan, fiance; Mrs. Charles Graham, welfare- Mrs. E. F. Fry. budget; Mrs. Jimmic Sunders, summer round-up- Mrs Leon Burns; publications; Miss Mary Hubler, recreation; Mrs. Fry, safety- Mrs. Roy Kirksey, reading and library; Mrs. Carl Marshall, room representative: Mrs. Carl Lay lunchroom; Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, publicity; anrt Mrs. C. M. Abbott, beautificalton. The homerooms of Miss Blllie Sue Burks. Mrs. Kirkscy, Miss Belly Black and Miss Beatrice Hargett won the attendance prizes. Refreshments were served by the hospitality committee. Yarbro P. T. A. Has Introductory Session at School An Introductory meeting for faculty and parents was conducted by the Ynrbro Parent Teachers Association yesterday at the initial meeting held at the school. Mrs. Aubroy Bruce, president led the discussions, w;th Mrs, Thomas Bogan directing the program, An Introducllon of the faculty «nd PTA officers preceded Ihe alt- ernoon's devotional given by Mrs. William Wyatt. The president's message was presented by Mrs. Gene McGuire. A report of officers during which plans for the year's work were discussed closed the first business session. A social hour followed for which the fifth and sixth grade mothers were hostesses. Faculty members Introduced mothers of their stu- dent.s during the affair. At The Hosnitais Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bob Treecc and baby, city George Jenkins, city. If your golf balls have a way nf hiding themselves in the rou^h[ try scrubbing Ihem with a brush and lhick warm soapsuds. They're easier lo [Ind when they're shining I while, free of dirt. WHICH ONE HAS TMAT LOOK? •CAHNDAR STRAIN 1 IS EASY TO S£E dr^ I0<>1 I™* " 0 ! B f ah ' e '° llidc ltKit »'«!. draxvn calendar look no matter how much - ( tJ aka j Cl 'r dul ' * speci , al ™«!Wne Irmt thousands of women, girts to heir, insure a »«ns of periodic misery. A little Cardui day helps build strength so resistance may be greater each month, suffering less and ]es<. Feel, looic bellcr, more nahiraL AjV your dealer for Catdi.i (oay: card-you-tyt"). •!(«r,y Ktenluu rnjmol, ,»u| „ laml llmt I ST* I.! °P "' """ ' «•<""«" ~ff"i from monthly ilwcom/ort. CMMPS « CHANM Of UFI Mr. and Mrs. Norman Shields and Mr. and Mrs. Houston HlUlam returned Tuesday afternoon from Pine Blu/E where they were calted following the death of their brother- in-law. J. B. Tovrascnd. Mrs. Townsend Is the sister of Mr«. Shield* and Mr. Iillllam. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ray have as their guests, Mr. and Mr.s. Lawrence Lane, Jr., and son, Gary Lynn of Detroit, Mich. Jim Boer of Wilson has been Included on the Hendrlx College dean's list of outitandinjf summer school students. It was announced today. Mr. Deer Is the son of Mr and Mrs. P, J. Deer of Wilson. Set. Joe T. Robertson of Camp Polk. I.B., is the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jat-k Robertson. He will return to cam|> Sunday after having spent two weeks here. Mr. and ',irs. A. T. West of Green Acres Farm. MaCredle, Mo., will arrive tonight to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Honch- ins. They will be Joined here Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Ous Lamar nl St. Louts. Several parties have been planned in compliment to the Missouri guesLs. Mrs. Howma uilliatn and dnu"h- ler. Sandra Kay ot Memphis are spending this week In Blytheville as 8"ests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J Ollliam. Sst. Jerry Urlggs and family ure spending a 15-dny furlough In Blytheville and O.secola. Sst, Orlggs Is stationed at Carswel! Air Force Base, Fort Worth, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Frank, W. Nelson arc motoring their daughter. Miss Janet Nelson, to Columbia. Mo, tomorrow where Miss Nelson will enroll at Stephens College for her senior year. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson and daughter. Carol Lee, returned Tuesday night from Kansas City, Mo., where they had spent several days as guests of former Blytheville residents. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Wade and daughter. Mrs. Dan Wallace. Miss Chartene Armstrong has returned to Lindenwood Cqllege, St. Charles, Mo., for her'senior year. She was motored to school by Mrs. Helen Sanders, who will return to Blytheville Sunday. Kenneth W. Wyatt, seaman apprentice. USN, is spending a 14- day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wyatt. He has just completed basic training at San Diego. Calif., and will report to Machinist Mates School &t Great Lukes. III. Mrs. Chester Caldwel! has been admitted to Methodist Hospital in Memphis to undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price motored *. ' - """WMMM^V^^VMMMMMMMiM .1 - L T^l* - i. <S2~«^V.. f 1 _ . THE PRINCE IS SO CHARMING!—Overcome by emotion at being crowned princess at Detroit's northwest Gala Day celebration, Gwendolyn Mae Sitcrlet, age two, burst into tears. But her iioriuwcM uaia [jay ceieDraiion, Gwendolyn Mae Sitcrlet, age two, burst into tear charming prince, Mickey Moir. age four and better able to cope with life, was able the princesa with soothing words and an underslanding manner. At right, Gwendolyn joy after Mickey's smooth-talking treatment. was able to comfort beams with Out-of-Town Guests to Attend Prevue A number of out-of-town residents will be included in the mere than 300 women expected to attend the "Bandbox Prevue," third annual fashion show sponsored by the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary which will be staged tomorrow afternoon at the Hotel Noble. Tea will be served in the Rose Rocm from 3 until S o'clock with showings at 3:30 and 5 o'clock. In the Mirror Room. Models for the afternoon are: Mrs. LeRoy Wildy of Osceola, Miss Jean Dedman, Mrs. Lloyd Stick- mon, Mr.s. Charles Langston, Mrs. Bill Boyd o! Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. E. B. Thomas, Mrs. A. H. McManus. Sue and Lou Owens, [laughters of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Owens; Ronnie Etchleson, daughter of Mr. and their son. Joe. and Charles Booker to Fayctteville today where they will enroll as freshmen at the University of Arkansas. Mr.s. Thad Nichol and Mrs. Carl Bailey, Jr., have returned to Little Rock after having been the Wednesday guests of Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mrs. D. M. Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E. Land and Mr. and Mrs. Zilmond Voss of Memphis will return to their homes in Memphis today after having been the Wednesday and Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward. Jr. They came especially to attend the Country Club dance last night. Mrs. Foy Etchieson; Mrs. Earl Brownlce of Dell, Mrs. Thelma Atkins, Miss Maxlne Hill, Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mrs. starling Bunch. Mrs. W. n. Nicholson of Osceola, Mrs. Leonard Perkins, Mrs. James N. Smotherman, Miss Ann McLeod, Miss Barbara Suliba, Suann Saliba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saliba; Janie Ellis, daughter of Ml-, and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr.; arid Sarah Bagley, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Roy Bagley. Reservations for the affair have been made by the following: Osceola—Mrs. Ben Butler, Mrs. W. J. Driver, Jr., Mrs. Frank Edrington, Mrs. Andrew J. Florida, Mrs. Louis George. Mrs. Allen Seagraves, Mrs. Jap White, Mrs. John Binford White, Mrs. Sam Williams, Mrs. C. S. Stevens and Mrs. Ed Hhippen. Wilson — Mrs. Bill Joa DenUm, Mrs. Frank Wilson. Luxora—Mrs. L M. Castlio; Roseland—Mrs. Charles Rose; Grider— Mr.s. F. P. Jacobs, Jr.; Caruthers- vlllc—Mrs. J. R. Hutchison; Memphis—Mrs. W. F. McDaniel; Braggadocio—Mrs. H. D. Long. Dell—Miss Charley Ruth Blank- eilship, Mrs. R. B. Crawford, Mrs. J. R. Gill, Mrs. Noble Gill. Mrs. Marion Koehler, Mrs. B. S. Simmons, Mrs. Ed Stacy, Mrs. John Stevens, Sr., Mrs. John Stevens, Jr.. Mrs. Hunter Williams. Mrs. H. R. Crawford, Jr., and Mrs. Bob -rwCto' . AhoU ^> smartest things that ever happened to your feet . . . and to your budget s * -4vini4 (Icrf/ynCtZcd Mak» Hit most of style, mak« youf dolTan go furthar . . . wear Buskern. You'll Kk« our wide chok« of Th*ie favored ihoes . . . you'll 1>k« tht up>to-the-fliirtu1« derailing . . . ar>d w« like, always, to Mrv* you. 1. Green Suede with Brown Leather Trim. Black Suede with Red Leather Trim. 4.95 S. A lovely buy in delightful Black Suede. 2. Black Suede, Rust Suede & Green Sncde. 4.95 4. Black Suede, Rust Suede & Green Suede. 4.95 6. Black Suede. Green Suede, Blue Suede, Rust Suede, Grey Suede & Natural Elk. 4.95 -^=^=^= VL'cjibrao'i 6 i FAMILY SHOE STORE ^312 W. Moin^^^phont 2342^ Coming Events Social Calendar' Thutrday Phebean Clm of Punt BiptM Church hu 7:30 pot luck siippw meeting at the church. Duplicate Bridge League meeU at Hotel Noble it 7:30 pm Burdette PTA has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Burdette School. Mary Martha Class of First Bap. list Church has 8:30 steak fry at the home of Dr. Edna NIes Friday Junior Service Auxiliary Pashk* Show, 3:30 and S p.m. at Hotel No- Me. , . Jk Miss Dorothy Whittle become* the bride of Eric Lloyd Ray «l Number Nine Baptist Church at I p.m. Saturday Miss Mary Jo Eaton, James Denis Jefferies exchange nuptial vow* at First Baptist at 4 p,m. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. danct at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Host* and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mr». Crawford McOlue. Delta Kappa Gamma has 2:30 meeting nt the Manila home of Mn, Katherine Green. Henderson. Manila — Mrs. Max Borowsky, Mrs. Bill Brown, Mrs. Melvin L, Downing and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon. Leachville—Mr.s. J. O. Edwards, Mrs. H. H. Goddard, Mrs. Buddy Howard, Mrs. A. E. Robinson, Mrs, Robert Pierce, Mrs. T. N. Rodman, Mrs. C. L. Smith. Miss Prances Smith, Mrs. John D. Wells and Mrs Earl Wildy. Holland—Mrs. L. Berry, Mrs. K L. Berry, Mrs. Noble Capehart and Mrs. Byron Holly. Steele—Mrs. B. B. Ooodman, Mrs. Daisy Martin and Mrs. J. W. Robbins. Proceeds of the Fashion Shew are used each year to finance the child welfare projects of the Auxiliary. Main project ot the group is the visual eye clinic conducted in the elementary schools of the Blytheville School District. In addition a Stcry Hour is maintained-at the City Library on Saturday morning and a milk fund is set up to take care of needy school children who are not covered by the Federal Lunch Program. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111' Sept. 13. (API —tUSDA)—Hogs 8000- active, mostly 25 to 35 higher; spots 50 higher on weights under no Ibs- sows 25 to 50 higher; bulk 190-210 Ibs 20.75-90; practical top 20.90- about 40 head at 21.00; 180-190 Ibs 205015; 150-170 Ibs 1B.25-20.50; 120-140 Ibs 16.75-18.75; few lighter pig, 14.50-16.00; built 240-270 Ibs 20.2J-75- ' few 280-325 Ibs 19.00-75; most so«?« 400 Ibs down 17.00-18.25; heavier sows 15.00-16.75; stags 13.50-15 SK, boars 11.50-15.00. "Jjjf Cattle 1800; calves 1000; several loads choice steers and heifers 34.5036.25; commercial and good grads in odd lots 28.50-33.00; utility and commercial cows 23.00-27.00; few to 28.00; cauners and cutters 170022.50. Whenever there's re-modeling gong on at your house, a few simple precautions will save you m:ich clean-up grief. Place shoe-wipins mats here anrt there between the in- epair part of the house and the life- \s-iisual section. 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