PAGE FOUK (ARK.) COURIER NEW! T, Jan« SheJlon, Society Kditor Phone 4461 Reception at Cottage Honors Faculty Members Suggestive of the fall season were the shades of green and yellow used to decorate the Dell Home Economics Cottage yesterday afternoon for the reception complimenting the Dell school's women faculty members. 'Hie Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church was hostess for the 3:36 to 4:30 affair. Forming the receiving line were Mrs. A. E. caldwell, Mrs. Udell Newsom, Mrs. J.V. Henderson and Mrs B. G. Gill. Mrs. Ophelia Blvd " ml Mrs - Cllr - tis Downs, Jr.. served at the refreshment table which was overlaid in mint green Ince and centered with golden glow floating in a low silver bowl. Yellow tapers set In gleaming silver stood at either side. The chosen color combination was repeated 'in the table appointments and in" nividiinl cakes "WMU." iced in the "letters. Miss Johnson Addresses Beta Sigma Phi Chapter "Technicalities of the subject of Die Football" was address given last night by Miss Donna Sue John- Bon to members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi when the group held their bi-monthly session at the Fred Wahl home. Mrs. Roy lx!f Klrksey and Miss Pollyann Stewart were hostesses tor the session. Mrs. Robert Lipscomb. chapter president, conducted the business discussions in which plans lor the fall rash season were discussed. Mrs. Joe Davis was named chairman of the rush committee. Miss Stewart reported on the Irip to Memphis Sunday In which several chapter members entertained • t Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Entertaining In the wards has been selected by (he group as the project of the year. A social hour followed the adjournment in which the hostesses served Iced drinks and party foods. ESA Sorority Has Party at Warren Home The monthly social of Epsllon fligma Alpha sorority was held lost night at the Parkway home of Mrs Joe Warren. Mrs. Bill Lane wax co- hostCM to the chapter members for the evening of informal entertainment. Pall b looms were & paced Rbout the en teri Rining rooms R throughout the home. Coffee and a salad course w served. At The Hospitals Blj-lhevlllr HosplUl Dismissed: Bradford Chitwood, City Her New Two Piecer (•"all Program Discussed Al Association Session Plans for fa]! landscaping were discussed yesterday afternoon at the tieeting of the Maple Grove Cemetery Association at the home of Mrs. Prank Webb on Hcarn. The hostess presided over the Business discussions preceding the social hour in which a dessert tourse was served. Girl Scout Troop Association Plans Year's Program The Girl Scout Ixme Troop Association met last night at tiie Little House in Walker Park for the first session of the fall season to discuss plans for the year's work. It was decided that leRistratlnn for Girl Scouts and Brownies would «c Saturday at the IJlllc House In Walker Park from 10 till 11:30 a.m. The Association will Imy all used Girl Scout nnd Brownies uniforms in good condition, it was announced, r !1icse may be brought to the Little House or Mrs. Coady Eaton on Walnut. This Is not a project to raise money, the Association pointed out, but is to enable every girl to have a uniform. Schedules nnd leaders for the year will IK announced at, a later dale. Two new troops have been organized to Join in the work, a Brownie Troop at Yarbro under Ihe leadership of Mrs. Thomas Bogan and a troop composed of girls working for higher honors under Mrs Hugh Whitsitl. The Association discussed plans for repairs to Ihe Little House and Hie Girl Seoul lloat to be entered Iti the Cotton Picking Contest parade. A discussion of the October nnd November meetings when a (raining school will be held and an area worker will address (he group, closed Ihe meeting. Introduced as new leaders were Mrs. Robert Warren, 'Mrs. Thomas Bogun, Mrs. A. L. Chafiu and Mrs M. O. McRae. Auxiliary Has Business-Social Plans for the conference scheduled for Sept. J 27 In Little Rock were discussed last night at the al- monthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary. rifteen members and JO aue.sls attended the session held at the Legion Hut. Date for (lie fall Hardest 5unperj to be given by the Auxiliary will be | announced later. Dancing for members of the Auxiliary, nnd Legion and Ihelr guests to the music of Ted Fisher and his orchestra followed. James Hampson Durham, son or Mrs, Dixie Durham of Wilson has begun clasps at Sewanee Military Academy, Sewanee, Tenn. Sewanee Military Academy Is affiliated with the University ot the South. Sara Joyner Is the name which has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chestnut t of Vero Boach, Fla., for their second child, a daughter horn yesterday. They have jfion, Jack Cheatnutt, Jr. Mrs, Chest- nuU Is the former Mls.s Sara Grace of Mr, and *V 6-Table Movement Played by League A six-table movement was played last night, by members of the Country Club at Ihe weekly game of the club's Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs f .E. Black and Mrs. S. E. rune look high score honors. Second high went lo Mrs. Frank GHgshy and Mrs. H. P. Merritt. Mrs. Harry W H nines and Mrs. Matt. Monaghan were third place winners. New Members Meet With Circle Mrs. O. O. Stivers. Mrs. Brownlce »rul Mrs. Ira B. met as new members with Seven of the First Hnlph Green Circle Methodist Church last niKht when 16 members gathered at the home of Mrs. A. R. olsen to continue the study of the "Book of Acts." Prayer was led by i\trs. T. II. Caraway, who assisted Mrs. Johnson Blackwell In directing Ihe even- Ing's study. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Mr. ami Mrs. Don lluicy entertaining Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club at their home with potluck suppor at 7 p.m. C. and N. Birthday Club has 1:30 meeting at home o[ Mrs. P. 3. Parker. Mrs. 'r. O. Huey entertaining Thursday Rook Club. TLE Club plays nt the home (f Mrs. Glllirrt Kmyllie. Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess lo Octette Club. lr. and Mrs, Chris Tompkins, Sr. have returned from Mayo Clinic Rochester. Minn., where Mrs I'ompklns underwent a cheek-up. Charles Jefferson Is the name which has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner for their son born yesterday at Walls Hospital lie Is their first chlitt. Mrs. Gardner Is the former Miss Martha Ann Llntaenich. Mr. and Mrs. James C. White and daughters, Judy and Louise of Concord. N. C-, are the Riiest-s ol Mrs. White's parenls, Mr. and >'rs C. Thompson tives. HUE! other rela- Mrs. Virginia Kosinalskl of Allen Park. Mich.. Is the liotiscgucst of ncr mother, Mrs. liuby Drown and other relatives. Mrs. B, O. Gill and Miss Joyce jill spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Cobb and sons, Danny and Dials have as I heir ho uses lies Is [or a week, Mrs. Cobb's mother, Mrs. Frances Speed, nnd sister-ln-iii'S-. Mrs. KlliotL Speed, of Selma, Ala. Mrs. Cobb. her sons and their guests spent Monday and Tuesday in St. Louis. The Rev. and Mrs. Richard Bcs- canson Ipfl yesterday for their home in Waco. Tex,, after several days visit with relatives. Mrs. Bcscan- son, Die former Miss Vnnnye Wlilt- lloy is a faculty member of Baylor University where she Is working toward her master's degree. Mrs. Ernest Roe returner! last night from Memphis where she had spent .several days undergoing a medical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Joyner and Osceola PTA \Aeets; Year's Work Suggested Ray Mann, newly named president of (he combined Osceola Parent- Teachers Associations conducted the first meeting of the school year last night in the new eletnentary school building. Highlighting the business session was the r pad Ing of recommendations of the Executive Board for the Association's projects for the year. Others fo -serve with Mr, Mann are Mrs. P. D. Johnson, vice presi dent; Mr^. J. L, Glascoe, secretary; and Mrs. Jchn B. Strickland, treasurer. The invocation was gimi by V, G. Mann The Executive Board recommended that the PTA continue Its denial clinic; conduct a sight screen; construct and organize a Youth Center; recondition the stage at Junior high school and sponsor the Halloween Carnival and Spring music festival. The evening's program following was in tho form of an open forum with Fabcr White beginning the discussions v.ith. the subject, "Our School and the Present Situation." James Hyatt responded with "How We Can Help." Transportation by school buses vas provided for parents of the rur- il areas with approximately 100 at- .ending the initial session. WILSON NEWS MRS. B. r. BOVLKl home'oTMS'^hn'^ma^ 8C "' "" «*"«*« °" d «»• ^« *'*Duplicate Bridge League 7:30 nt Hotel Noble. Friday Btlteli and ChaUer Club has 7:30 meeting with Mrs. Wesley Thomas. Ladies Bible Class ot the First Methodist Church has monthly business-social. Hostesses are Mrs. Bess Stanton. Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. Sam Rhoades and Mrs. Lois More- iantl. Saturday Miss Sarah Adclle Hook of Osceola marries Horace E. Moore pi Osceola Presbyterian Chureh. Duplicate Bridge League playi a[ Hotel Noble at 1130 p.m. Girl Scouts nhd Brownies register at the Little House at Walker Park Jrom 10 lo 11:30 a.m. Kan and son of Jackson, Miss., have returned from Okemah, okla. where they attended Ilia funeral services ol Mrs. Joyner'a mother, Mrs. William Bonlfield. Mrs. Joyner will accompany her daughter to Jackson today where she will main for a visit. Mri. Cal Oossett has as her joiisegueMs MM. Allcne Williams of Long Beach, Call/., and Mrs. W. W. AkcnhenrJ of Little Rock. Allen Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs H. C. Bush, left yesterday for Kuox- ville lo continue his studies at the University ol Tennessee. Mrs. U. Newsom Heads Circle Mrs. Udell Newsom was renamed chairman of the Dorine Hawkins Circle of the Dell Baptist Church Monday night at a. program busl- s meeting at the Newsom home. Mrs. A. E. Caldwell directed the evening's program, 'The Christian Woman," Prayer by MLS.S Joyce Gill preceded the devotional presented by Nfiss Martha Crockett. Prcgrani participant.-, were Mrs. Cntdwell. Mrs. Letty McLleand. Miss Sue McDonald and Miss Gill. Introduced ELS new members during the business session following were Mrs. L,. N. Hindi, Mrs. Mc- Lleanri, and Miss Mabel Nelson. Mrs. Robert Edwards was a guest with the group. Prayer by Mrs. Ed Hardin closed the meeting. Mrs. Newsom served a dessert course In the social hour following. Senior Class Names Officers Th« Wilson Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star held its monthly meeting Thursday night !n the Masonic Lodge Hall with Mrs. Edith Wilson, worthy matron, and Walter DIdlake, worthy patron, presiding, Plans for the Chapter's Friendship Night, which will be held Oct. 9, were discussed. The Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met Monday afternoon at the church with Mrs. James Elslander as hostess. Abernathy Circle ot the BapU't Women's Missionary Union met Monday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Barney Mays. The Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Mimcy of Lake City were in Wilson Friday night for the WHson-Lepanlo football game. Eric Waddcll of Armorel also attended the game. MYs. Buck Jones and baby have returned from Covlngton, Tenn., where she was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Turner last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Boyles and daughters. Misses Lou Ann and Jon Ellen, of Marked Tree and Mr. and Mrs Mason Boyles and daughter, Belinda Gail, of Iceland, Miss., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles last week. Sherald Ward, who is stationed at Milling ton Naval Air Station, was the week end guest of Bobby Yates. Miss Sara Elk ins and Jim Deer left for Conway where they will attend Hendrix College. Miss Elkins entered for her freshman year and young Deer is resuming his studies. Another Wilson student who returned to college was Ray Woo (en, R Junior at Mississippi State. Mrs. W. B. Ray and daughters, lara Sue and Margie, of Blytheville, were the week end guests of heir son and brother, Donald Ray, irt family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams and! daughter Jo Lee were the guests of j his sister, Mrs. Alien Neal and fam- j ily in Weona Sunday. ; Mr, and Mrs. Jack Zook and Mr. j nnd Mrs. G. B. Shull visited their sons Billy Zook and Glenn Shull In j Jonesboro, Sunday. The boys attend I Arkansas State College. [ Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Cash attend-; ed the funeral of Fred Ridge in Memphis Saturday. Cnrold Ray. who attends Arkansas State College In Jonesboro, was home for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. CIyde Chtsm and daughters, Shirley and Carolyn Sue, of Elaine nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Gregory of Memphis were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Ctssell and their family. Sgt. J. B. Barnett is visiting We, the Women Ever hear ol * mayor who getjs up early to clean the stieeU of hit town? They havt one In Hardy, Arkansas who does just that. 1 read all about, him In Eldon Roark's Stroll- Ing column ti) the Memphis Press- Scimllar. It seems the town of Hardy can't afford a street sweeper, so the mayor, who wants a clean town, lias added that job to his other duties. He told columnist Roark: "We have too much gingerbread aristocracy, sham and false dignity In tlm country. . . who am I to think myself too good to clean the filth and rubbish away from my door, and from the streets that run along my pluce of business, if it becomes necessary for the public health and safety?" .That In a question a lot of peo- friends here before reporting to Fort Rilcy. Kan. Sgt. Harriett lias been stationed at Camp Chaf'ee, Ark. Mrs. Willie Cash has returned from a visit with Mrs. Emma Marsh iti Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles. Jr. announce the birth of a daughter Sept. 16 at, St. Bernard Hospital 11: Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conn»i and children, Chcran Elizabeth and Tommy, of Monette spent a few pfe might w«B tik ttumMtva*. **tr walk Into a drag iton whtri dM and cl^artt buttt wert teAttartd axound—b«cau»» everybody In UM ?l»c« from Uu minagtr on down to tht newest «od>, Jerk wu tin good ta push a broom} Too Go«4 for Menial Talk* E\'er go into a barber 'shop whera- everybody wu loo »ood to s*eep the floor? Ever go into a public rest room that was filthy because the publio using it was careless and those responsible for It were above seelnr that it was kept clean? Public housekeeping gets sloppier and sloppier as more and, mort*, young people grow up with the idea^ that they are too good for any }ob but the one they are hired to do. And yet who shows the most real dignity, the mayor who geU up early to sweep the main street of \ his small town or the store manager who leans on an elbow while the floor of Ills small place of business gets thicker and thicker with dirt? days this week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles and family. Old - fashioned lap - boards still can function efficiently in modern living, particularly for the homemaker whcse many chores are not suited to desks or work tables. A board cut to, desired size from hardboaid is ah aid to any woman who likes to do her sewing while seated in a comfortable chair A semi-circle cut out from the near edge of the beard will allow her to get comfortably close to t h« work she's resting upon it. Terry Moore O'Neal !a serving as president of the senior class of Burdette High School. Class officers were named recently in an election held at the school. Others serving are Lcean Perk- Ins, Jr., vice president; Beth Oar- rett, secretary and reporter; Bobbye Lou Peterson, treasurer. Martha WUson was named to head the social committee with Charletie Pierce and Lena Lauderdale making up the committee. Charles Sims was elected ciass sponsor. By Sue Burnett Cfrtain to rleliiht your small daughter U this darling two piece tirc.-s ih.il can 30 to M-hool 01 parties, depending on the fabric. The full skirt is attached to an underwaist for comlorl and else In wearing. Pattern No. P.640 is a few-rite perforated pattern in sizes 3. \, 5. 6. 7. 8 years. Size ^, 2 yards of 35 or :i9-inch: imrlrrviaist, S yard. For this pa'tern, send 3oc In COINS, your name, address, nize desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicaeo 6 111. Don't miss the Fall and Winter FASHION. It contains W pages of new styles, simple to make frocks for all ages; decorating tricks; gift patterns printed inside the took send 25 cents today. Irritation of Externally Caused PIMPLES To gentiy clfanae broken put skin, Ihfn soothe itchy irritation, and so aid healing -use time tested RES.NOLS BEFORE-AND-AFTER FIVE ...R&K's wonderful little dressmaker suit. A two-piecer with velvety details and brilliant headings lo light its way after dark. Done in a rich new fabric, rayon faille a in smoky dark colors.^ as advertised ^ in Mademoiselle $2450 Use Our Lay Away Plan Selections Are Best Now FEINBERG'S OPERAS ...the No. I fashion >,jjour No. I Opera! for ye« wtie w»nl lh« belt for !«»... 95 In peifscl lost* (or town, olteinoon, oft»r fivfl I Our Iwo biggesl Oporo luceeuei: Jacqu«line'j V-throal d'orsayl..,. elaillcized for flawlen fit., and Nvolt-lait wafer pTatformed pumpsl One Slop Shoe Service Uepairiuir — I'lcuninp — Dyeing 421 AV. 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