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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER M, .(9 . J. czocieta Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Fall Blooms Decorate Home for Club Meeting Mixed fall blooms decorated the Gilbert Smyth* home last night when Mrs. Smythe was hostess for dessert bridge entertaining the County Federation Installs Officers; MissPeari Lee of Blytheville President }"{£;,£ *£<£,„,,en ^ ,„, Miss Pearl I-*e of Blytheville was installed last night as, piesi- ' 15 H L CWar ' '*" * v"i s ^ ent j'" B dent of the Mississippi County Business Wotncns Circle Federation of Mrs. w. L. Green. :he Baptist Church. Installation services followed l>y a haiKjiiet attended TLE Club. .,y 43 women of this area was held at the Luxoia Baptist Church All member* of the club wore ..... VVU«*LM. present for the bridge game In which' Preceding (he installation services, Mrs. Herman Turner won high i whlch /Y, as theme, Launch- score, Mrs. J. Scrape, -second high ! »* ° r a feni J> °« Its F"** Voyage," ihe Rev. Harold White of l.tixora ga ve t h '• i n voc a ton f ol lo we ci by a dfii'otonal by Mr*. Marie Owens of Luxora. Candidates for officer* were re- cofvett before the figure ol a ship done in BWC colors, orchid and Mrs. Jim Smart was hostess at wh i t *. flanked by bowls o( dahlias, her home yesterday afternoon for a; Mrs. Harold While of Luxora con- dessert- bridge honoring members of; t[ucte( j the installation and following the reading and accepting of lne duties, corsages of dahlias were »nd Mrs. W. J. Cupiiles, bridgo. Mrs. Smart Is Hostess To Kibitzer Club the Kibilzer Club, Mrs. Harry A. Halnes led bridge game scores, with Mrs. Alex Curtis taking second high honors. Dahlias Decorate Home For Rook Club Meeting Red and white dahlias were arranged about the T. O. Huey home yesterday afternoon for the meeting of the Thursday Rook Club for which Mi'.s. Huey was hostess. Mrs. George Saliba, Jr.. was the only guest for the afternoon of rook, in which Mrs. Eugene Brown look high score honors. Mrs. N. H. Blakemore won second high and Mr*. Cleo Wren, rooko. A dessert course was servKi. * * • 13 Tables of Guests Honored at Razorback One of the largest affairs of the •arly fall social season wtu the des- Mrt- bridge Wednesday at (he Ra- •orback for 13 tables of de.wert bridge guests. Mrs. F. M. Barnes of Luxora was hostess for the e^ent. presented the new officers. Serving with Miss Lee are Mrs. D. V. Maloch of O.sccola. first vice* president: Mrs, L. Goodson ol Manila, second vice preside tit; Mrs. Hersehcl Skeene of Luxora, advisor; Mrs, Jesse Eubanks. of New Liberty recording secretary and treasurer; Mr?. Donald Aycock of Blytheville, corresponding secretary; Mrs. L. C. Rollison of Blylhevihe, stewardship chairman: Mrs. Jimmy Garner ol Blytheville, community missions < tiajrman; Mr.s. Mattic Grimes of Blytheville, cholrstor, and Miss Helen Loveless of Osceola, pianist. A banquet followed In the church entertaining rooms which wore transformed Into a scene of Old Mexico, Sombreros and maps of trie country n domed the room, where (he typical Mexican fare was served to climax the evening. theme. 'Tht entertaining room wa« dotted with baskets of gladioli and dahlias in fall tones of yellow, gold ami bronze. Interspersed in each floral study were figurcus of black and witch ex. Armorel HDClub Meets in Home A business meeting followed oy for which Rh« selected a Halloween luncheon at the home of Mrs, W. O. Andeison yesterday made up the bi-monthly meeting of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club. Prayer by MrsT S. H. Rehstock preceded the devotional by Mrs. T. R. WRtson. session, plans were Has Buffet Supper Meeting at Hotel Noble "Come to the Fair" was the ineme chci.scn for the ftr.it meuting of the Mississippi County Home season. Economist.* tor the fall Twenty member* attended the buf- iet supper session in the Mirror Room of Hotel N'oblo last night. Balloons were suspended from the Graham Sudbury, Iff, son of J nd ge n rid Mr s. J. Gr ah a tn Sud bury, who is a freshman at the University of Arkansas. Fyycttevllle, has pledged Sigma Chi fraternity. Mr. and ^lrs. Martin Law ton and sou, Doueta'3. of St. l-ouSs, were the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. R, Drtigjiell. Mr. and Mrs. Law ton and son were en rout* to HarlfiiKer. Tex., where they will spend two weeks, Mrs. Jimmy Hipp was removed to her home today from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she had recently undergone surgery. Her condition Is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. T. O. Huey and Mrs. J. O. Huey are spending today In Memphis, Sgt. and Mrs. James Vest are spending two weeks here a.s gtu'M.s of ihcir parents, Mr. and Mrs/ Lloyd i Kolwyck and \fr. and Mr.s. J. V. j Hip)). Sgt. Vest, who Is serving with ' the Air Force at Memphis, will report for overseas assignment in the j Far East following his return. Mrs. Vest will remain In BIythevllie with her parents. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner returned yes- terday'from Crystal Lake at Frankfort, Mich . where she had vacationed during the summer months. Bob Kir.shner, who had been spending the summer months there, remained ami will continue' his studies at Central College at Mount Pleasant, Jimmy and Jeannle Jontz. children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert JcnU of Memphis, who have been ill, are reported much improved and are at their home. T. A. Folger left today for Atlanta, Ga.. to attend a managers' The score pads and tallies were! completed for the club's entry In •domed with figures suggesiive ofi th * colint V ralr the chosen theme. The dessert ljimich «™ *"•< cours* further emphastaed the Hal loween touch. ^ClUAt*ri of marigold* cantered •with cat* and witches centered each imall table. In the bridge game, Mrs. Allen Seagrflve* of Osceola won high score; Mrs. Claude Lloyd of OnceoU, second high; Mrs. Sam Coble of Osceoln. third; and the club adjournment. served following Clusters of the blossoms marked each tftbfe set up for the event, In the business session following • the buffet meal, Miss Helen Wells ] conducted the cllscus-sions. MIM Elizabeth Moses, vice president, distributed year books. An informal program of entertaining, bunco, fortune telling and dart throwing concluded the evening's activities. Mrs. Lane Is Honorcc At Birthday Club Party Mrs. Marvtn Lane was r '- honor "">» n '8 hl »«• th» ow guest n( monthly ' •core. Miss Dolly Ooswiek of Luxora «nd Mr». H. D. Mears of Osceoln held the lucky tallies. Amonjt the guwtj was Mr.s. Tay- supper party of the C. and N. Birthday Club. Members of th» club and guests. Mra. Hen Craig and Mrs. Eddie Zim- "menrmn. met at the home of Mrs. P. S. Parker. !or Seagrave* of norirts. who Is Early fall blooms marked the en- visiting her son, Mr. and Mrs, Ed.j tertnlning rooms. Following supper Se»gr«Y«« of Osceola. the birthday cake was'cnt and served and a group gift presented Mrs. Gu«sU Meet With Club In T. H. Caraway Home Mr«. Frank Scott and Mr«. Bill'Mrs. Nunn Leads Scores Hurt »ert guests last night wlthlr pi . .. n •] ri L club when r° r Uctette bridge Uub Lane. The guests later attended the Blytheville-Burdetle football game. members, of the GEO Mrs. T. H. Caraway was hostess at. her home for the weekly dessert bridge. The room In which the guest* »'ere seatert wa« adorned \vlth bowls of fall blooms. Mrs. Scott took high score In the .game, with Miss Vera Qoodrich winning second hiRh and Miss Jct- tye Huffman, bridgo. Mrs. Marvin Nimn led tlie bridge .score* for members ol the Octette Club yesterday afternoon at the walls and completing the .settins scllo °' °' '•>" Life of Georgia Inhere bowls of vivid shade blooms sl >rance Co. Mr. Folger serves as matianer of the office here. Mrs. Folder \vl'j continue on to Macon. Will Robison and daughter. Miss Pauline Robison of Tiptonviile. Tenn., were the Thursday guests of Mrs. Graham Sudbury. Mrs. Kenneth Rowland of Seattle. Wash.. Is the houscguest of her uncle, Jimmy Hipp and family. Mrs. Rowland Is the former Miss Dorothy Holleman of Blytheville. WSCS Meets In Moore Home Masterpoint Game Winners Named | Mrs. Sam sikes and Mrs. Estelle "Spiritual Life" was the program i Coats led the scores in the bl- given for the 12 members of the Promised Lintl Women's Society of Christian Service who met Werines- day night in the home of Mrs. J. .1. Moore. Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. Frank SUfre presented the evening's program. Society weekly game of the Duplicate 1 Bridge League last night at Hotel Noble. A six-table Howell movement was played in the monthly., masterpoint game In which Mr. and Mrs. Marc Ford of Kennett took second place honors. ; Mrs. O. S. Crowell and Mrs. H. president, Mrs. Marcus j P. Merritt won third place. Galnes pteiicied over the business session following which plans were marie for the annual Harvest, Supper Oct. 3.RI the church. Repeating-ol the Lord's Prayer closed the session. Singing Convention Set The Pemlscot County Singing Convention will hold its monthly i Osceola Presbyterian Church, meeting at Hayward. Mo., at 1 p.m.i Duplicate Bridge Lcanue plays M Sunday, it was announced today by I Hotel Noule at 1:30 p.m. R. E. L. Smith, president. Special Oirl Scouts and Brownies register '""" Faducah.cy. from 10 to 11:30 a.m. weekly d««rt b Use Mrs j C I"' 8 " "? mCt?li " g wl " ^ Th ° Bt thl> Llule Ho " se al Walker Park j .--out.!* unu&c. nit a. ^, \j. \ [£p n ( ncldti nq frmn Pnrlitr-nh vtt I f^., m IA *„ 11.on Ellis was hoste^E at her Barfield! ._ home for the event, j Roses and tall blossoms filled j bowls .set about the reception nnd! entertain!]ic; rooms. BEAVTEE-FIT A'oir... the bra so completely different,,. it adjust* itae// to you. Be nmnier/ and dclightcd icith the Bentitcc-fit c.tc/nji'ic Magic-Cup that actually rxpatuh or contracts lo |iorso«n//v fit you,' Complete control .., itnbcUei'My comfortable* A-R-C Cup, Sizes 32-40. In While t^ylon; topcupin double jYy/on Sheer.,, &.<)$ FEINBERG'S 're IR CONDITIONED %lr Cnnrlitinned h? BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Lost Time* Today—2 Hits SATURDAY! Serial "A.ucnt vs. I.ccion" Also Car loon Cont. S;tt. 12:3(1-11 :30 SUNDAY & MONDAY—2 Hit* I L\M«JU. iMUU'i ALSO Metro News Cont. Sun, 2-11 So Smart All Day Long 3154 12-20 By Sue Burnett A charming [rock for day-long wear that's easy to keep looking spic and span. It buttons irom neck to hem, has a clever neck closing, shoestring belt, deep pockets. Pattern No. 3154 is a sew-rite 16. 18 and 20. Size 14, short sleeve, perforated pattern in sizes 12, H, 5 yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address. size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. III. The fall and Winter issue of FASHION is Just what you've been waiting for a complete guide in planning a wearable wardrobe for a new season. Gift patterns printed inside. 25 cent?. Except for a few waterfalls and rapids, the Congo River !s navigable by river steamer for nearly 4,000 miles. PRETTY FAIR, HEY? One of the beauties of the I.os Angeles County Fair at Pomona is Joyce Wilson, able to relax here in tlte May, despite the fact she \vns a top contestant for the title of queen of the fair. * RUTH MILLETT * Marriage Needs Occasional 'Spat' in Order to Triumph Bj RUTH M1LLETT. SEA Staff Writer News week Magazine reports the i married couples to remember: the theory of Dr. Edward Little, physi- dissonance may easily reach the cist, that "mild dissonance is a key point of discard. It does if a couple ingredient in the blend which adds! become. 1 ; more concerned with their dilferences of opinion than with their mutual likes, it they get to enjoy quarreling for tt.s own sake— Phone System Discussed Here Operation of the city't telephone system was discussed before members of Blytheville's Rottry Club yesterday by Kelso Brookj, man»- gcr of Southwestern B*ll'» offle* here. Expanding facilities, payroll figures and electronic Improvement* were explained by Mr. Brooks. William Ellas of Osceola wai ft guest at the meeting. Oil Dealers Plan _ Meeting Here First Fall meeting of the Mississippi County Oil Dealers Association will be held Tuesday night. The session will be held In the office of G. O. Poet?, Cotton Co,, at 116 Walnut and is to begin at 1:30. A spokesman for the group said the meeting will be concerned with setting up credit policies similar to those the dealers operated under last year. up to pleasing music." In other words, that there Is some disharmony in the most satisfying harmony. What the scientist says of music Is certain true of marriage. The aim isn't for perfect harmony. That would be as "dead" as Dr. Little says a piano sounds when it Is tuned with high precision- The only waj & couple could get perfect harmony in marriage would be for one to "Yes' 1 the other con- tinu&lly—or the two. to pretend to agree when they actually have entirely different teelings about a matter. That makes for a "dead" relationship—bound to stunt the growth of both persons, and bound to produce boredom eventually. But ti little discord, caused by the clashing of two distinct and separate personalities, is bound to liven up a relationship — to keep it growing and thriving and very much alive. Dissonance Mustn't Gel Out-of-Hand However, there Is one thing for . rather than using it to stand up for their rights and opinions and to If flying dust makes fhe emptying of your vacuum dust bag an unpleasant chore, try* this trick next time, Spread several dry newspaper sheets on the floor. Over these spread several dampened sheets. The moisture will help control the emptied dust, get things out in the open. So really pleasing harmony In marriage—as in music—comes from allowing enough dissonance to keep the marriage from seeming dull. But there must not b« enough dissonance to tin the ba-sic harmony. 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