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wane rorm E '{ARK.V COURIER NEWS Society, AtewA 9 Phone 4161 " MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1949 Club 28, .Guests Honored At American Legion Hut Mr. and Ur«. Earl Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. J. f. Lentl were hosLs and hostesses to approximately 75 guests «nd members of Club 28 Thursday , night at- the American Legion Hut. .Guests atending the affair Included Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wilson, ' Mr. arid Mrs. w. F.,McDaniet5, Mr. and'Mrs. Eddie B. band, Mr. a;id Mrs. J. \V. Adams, Mr. and Mis. A, R. WelenkBmp, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Poeti, Mr. and Mis. Riley Jones Mr. and Mrs. Sam Noris, and Mr. tnd Mrs. Don Blodgell. A white cloth overlaid the refreshment table which was cenler- ,.ed with an arrangement of zinnias .and marigolds. The serving table, which was also overlaid with a •n'hlte cloth, held > low bowl of snapdragons. * * • 16th Birthdays Observed With Party Saturday Miss Barbara Saliba. Miss Betty Nell Tomlinso" and Miss Barbara Smith entertained Saturday afternoon at tlie Smith home with a birthdav parly in compliment to the 16th birthday of Miss Barbara Oenning and Mfss Annella Humphreys. In the rummy gamps, prices were presented to Miss Mona Joy Gaincs and Mis* Tomlinson. Centering the dining table, which was overlaid with a lace cloth, was • white cake topped with tinv pink candles. Assorted stimmer flowers were iised in the entertaining rooms. Following opening of the gifts by the honorces the hostesses served ice cream, cokes and party foods. • • » Sixth Birthday Saturday Complimented With Party Patsy Hardy, who was six years old Saturday, celebrated the event at. her home. 723 Lilly, with a party for 25 friends. The little guests spent the afternoon informally before presenting Patsy with gifts. Party foods were served. The honoree's mother. Mrs Woodrow Hardy, directed the afternoon's activities. Runner-Up In Contest Has Relatives Here Mls« KaUierlne Wright of pasca- gpula. Miss., who represented Mississippi in the Miss America, contest in Atlantic City ind placed second In the event, is "the granddaughter of Mrs. J. \v. Wright, who , resides nt 1612 Chickasawba, and niece of Mrs. Mary Sue Wright. Tricks of Sitting Pretty' Borrowed From Actresses .MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED— Mrs. Clyde Eldridge Gilliland, Jr.. was before her marriage September 3 at the Dell Methodist Church Miss Oleta Grace Larkin, daughter of Mrs. w. E. Larkin. Mr. and Mrs. GilJIland will make their home in Iilylhcville. Supper lor League If Given at Church Fred Proctor and Homer Miller were •ruests of the Layman's League of the First, Christian Church at a 6:30 supper Thursday evening. Billv Boone, president, presided with M. T. Moon offering the blessing. Mrs. W. D. Coon presented vocal numbers throughout the evening which included. "Teach Me To Pray," George Graff, Jr., and Jessie Mare Jewllt, and "My Desire," Thomas A. Donsey. She was accompanied by Ralph Nichols. Mrs. Eric Whitley and Mrs. Joe Shanks served. Immediately following supper, a Merit Board of Review for Explorer Post No. 155, a Boy Scout unit which is sponsored by the Church, was heid with O'Neal Dedman. Bobby McDaniel and Albert Fairtield giving reiK>r(.s on various badges they had earned: L T. Taylor Is the post chairman. Less erffsstd over the knees will look graceful if the.v ire swung off-center and held al- parallel to each other. By ALICIA HART SEA Staff Writer Ever notice the graceful way an actress uses her legs when she sits down and crosses them? One of the reasons why Is because she is trained in the art ol crossing her legs. If she crosses them above the knees, the graceful slant legs take comes from a trick of swinging them a little oft center and holding legs together in a line that is almost parallel. There are oilier l-ricks of sitting pretty which an actress is taught. She reaches for her skirt from the back of her hips and pulls the fullness to the front before she sits. This is graceful as well as practical. Her skirt doesn't crush when she sits. An actress Is also taught to back i up to a chair and "feel" for It with her legs before she settles down. When a woman does that —whether the woman Is Mrs. Jjlin Jones seeking a chair for a same of bridge or an actress displaying her grace to an audience—she takes no chances ol missing her aim whei she sits. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday • Gleaners Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 with Tuesday Mrs. E. B. I.loyd will be hostess at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Bunch, to the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club. Junior Service Auxiliary League will meet at 10 a.m. at the Junior Chamber oC Commerce Club Instead of the Chamber of Commerce. High School P, T. A, Executive Board meeting 2:30 p.m. General assembly, 3 p.m. Immediately following will .be a social hour for freshmen mothers and new faculty members. Mrs. James C. Guard hostess to Tri-Town Bridge Club. Wril nes day Delphian meeting at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Nazarene Foreign Missionary So- iety meets at church at 2 p.m. Thursday W. S. C. S. of the Oosnell Methodist Church will meet at the church ; at 2:30 p.m. , Mrs. N. W. Kyle hostess to Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Neville Blakcmore hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. O. O. Elkins hostess to Blytheville Rook Club. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs. Raymond ^Shamblin. Friday Friday Rook Club meets with Mrs. William Berryman. Mrs. Lendciinic Fowler hostess to C. B. C. Club. Cpl. John M. Blair has been assigned to Camp ChafTee, near Fort Smith, after re-enlisting i^cently in the Quartermaster Corps, Miss Delia Purtle, who Is attending Washington University, St. Louis, arrived Sunday night to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. J. W. purlle, Sr., and brothers, Robert Purtle, Charles Purtle and Mrs. Purtle. She has also been the guest of her brother, J. W. Purlle, Jr., and family In Helena for several days. Cnlrlii Davis or West Point, Miss., spent the week-end here as guest of Miss Betty Reid and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Relrl. He was accompanied by Miss Raid's brother. F. C. Thomas, »nd daughter. Janice. Miss Gav Oarrigan will leave Tuesday for Lindenwoori, St. Charles, Mo., wherp she will enroll as a freshman. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan will motor her to st-hooh Miss Florence Moore. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, nnd Mrs. Victory Stilwcll spent the week-end In New- bem, Tenn., as guests ot relatives and friends. Thrv were accomnan- ied home by Victor Ray Stilwcll who had been spending a few days there. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Morgan of Guthiic. Kv.. and Mr. and Mrs. Lando Darnell of Clarksville. Tenn.. spent the woek-end here as guests of Miss Jane Shelton and family. Mrs. Morgan and Miss Shelton were former classmates at Harding College. Patty Stilwell has returned to her home after having been a polio pal lent at St. Vincent's infirmary. Little Rock, and Convalescent Home. Jacksonville, for eight weeks. Her condition is much improved and she is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrinn sj>ent. the week-end In Memphis as guests of Mrs. Ijindrum's sister, Mrs. Guy Mills, Mr. Mills and son Benny. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Euba'nks spent Sunday in Little Rock with their son, .lames Tucker is a patient at St. Vincent's Infirmary. His condition i s satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Putm'an, Mr. and Mrs. James Mount and daughter, Miss Carolyn Mount, spent Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hawkins and family and other relatives. Mrs. W. C. Shcarin, and daughters Miss Millie Chambers and Kay Shearln. and Miss Virginia Bosven spent Saturday in Forrest, City with friends and relatives. Mrs. Alfred Todd Gray and son. Todd, of Dexter. Missouri are visiting Mrs. Gray's parents. Mr. anrt Airs. C. W. Ramey. . Mr, and Mrs. Harold Meldin and family spent the weekend in Jones- oorolas guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stires, Jr., and family. Miss Bonnie Cook left Sundav for Arkansas State College where she will be n junior. She was motored to school by her father, M. E. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hawkins and family of Jonesboro spent Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hawkins and family. Mrs. Malcolm Vondreau of Helena spen| the week-end here as guest of her daughter. Mrs. John P. Fields and Mr. Fields. Charlie Perry and Vic Hyde of Helena spent, Hie weekend here as giuj.sls or Joe Fergnsnn and his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. joe Fer- Riison atiti family. Mr. Perry and Mr. Hyde are classmates o[ Mr. Bits of Ribbon Become Fashionable Belts By Alicia Hart NKA Staff Writer 'Hie bold, bright belt that's going to school this fall to keep pull- ) W1 " <l0 almos[ a - s wcl! - Ir J'°" like apart skirls and blouses together i yom ' witlc bclt '" ru •''""S 1 !'. "i|> it ...... buttonholes will make your belt look i your whims very smart, but snap-fasteners un-1 There's still another ribbon-belt you can pull out of That's a' "slip-cover derneath and lione buttons on top can Ix? whipped up by the Kill wlio sews from a waistline length of ribbon. For belt styles that are easy to make nut of ribbon, try a froni.- buttoned cummerbund, like those which 18th century dandies wore. Good choice for a dandified cummerbund is plaid ribbon five inches wide. You'll need only enough ribbon to encircle vour waist nnd make lap-over hems, lor buttons and buttonholes. into your dans. waistline with inside That curtriuly popular "girdle." that's worn oiitside-the laced-up irjck which your sleeve, with which you can brighten up any old belt by making a casing for it, out of two lengths of ribbon. To slip-cover a belt, use ribbon ' . i that's wide enough to make a peasant,styled I,eli-cai, 1* made of [casing by sewing "up Twoienc-lhs wide velvet nbbmi. A length of rib- of ribbon along their sclvedged bon which measures a little less than your waistline will make this belt which has a gap in front for lacing. For lacing, make eyelet buttonholes in each hemmed end of (lie belt and run narrow velvet ribboi edges to sheathe the belt all th «'ay to its buckle fastener. That done, the cover is slipped over the belt, hemmed at one end, tacked at the other close to the belt's buckle. At the belt's other fr-,,,, ,1 L .1 1 ---- ~. .... n.i, WVILa Utlld """WISP through the holes. 1 end. holes are punched through the P. T. A. Meets Tomorrow Followed by Social Hour The first official meeting of school year for all member.; of the Hie.li school Parent Teachers Association will be held tomorrow afternoon at the high school auditorium. .'; Preceding the general meeting schr-ciuled for 3 p.m. will be an Executive. Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Immediately following the business meeting will be ?. social hour at the Home Economics Cottage to honor freshman mothers and new faculty members. * WE, THE WOMEN BV RUTH .MIU.LTT XKA Staff Writer Ferguson's at Georgia Tech. Mrs. Vclma C'ollin.s of St. Louis and Mrs. Bob Stoval] have returned here after several rtavs visit in Pine Bluff, Devalls Hlnffand Little Rock where they visited. Miss Alfreda Stovall and Miss Sue Cassitly who are students at Central Colk>;;j. Mrs. Collins was accompanied to St. Louts by Earl Collins who hud been spending the week with relatives nnd friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Pred Bean returned from St. lx>uis Sunday where they were called Friday due to the critical illness of Mr. Bean's brother. C. J. Bean. Mr. Bean, who is a patient at Barnes Hospital is a former Blytiieviile resident. His condition is uiichanqed. Mi.ss Jane Wilson spent the weekend in Suminerville, Trnn., as guest of relatives and friends. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce. 7 p.m. Christmas Decoration Committee of (he Chamber of Commerce. 2:30 p m. Tuesday Lions Club. Hotel Noble. 12:15 p.m. High Srhoo] P.T.A. K.xecuUvr Board 2:30 followed with PTA 3:00. ' ' City Council 8 p.m. American Legion 8 p.m. Wednesday K:\vanis club. Hotel' Noble—12:10 p.m. Rudbury P.T.A Executive Heard 2:30 followed with P.T.A. 3:00. Minnie Lee Jones Aftisic Studio Now Open for Fall Classes PIANO REGISTER NOW Sludttv—SOT Chickasawba Telephone 2SW1 SAVE HALF PRICE o/i itotitlcr-working hormone cream USSY BEAUTY PLUS Krcp your !>ktn young anH Imrly Beanly Plus cream. Fnentific hormone i boon for every ovcr-30 KVKHY Ol'M.K conUim 10,000 actirt unit* uf $ A dynamic hnrmon". ir in(;r<(iitnt.Trii« j important irfjprdifm M actually absorbed by your skin, H'ATCH HOW RpAiitr Pin* fresher, jnioolh^r! O< >cvi Ll^llTLl) ll.\ll, O.MLT , l in ,.. Hrvnf <, " i-.r.m eil j.u> WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main Street ">Iy 13-year-old daughter has *iuti poor manners I'm bi'^mniny to worry about it. But nothing I '"in say seems to sink in. Is there smitiing I can do to make h)r see that good manors arc nnnorL- am?" writes one of my readers. If you'rj; just starling to worry about her manners at age 13. it's going to be hard goinu. | For at her age good manners ' should already be an established 1 tubit. It's a lot easier to teach an eager- lo-learn, admiring 6 or 7-year-old Uie fundamentals of good manners, than to unit and try to learh them to a teen-ager who probably isn't nearly so easily influenced by a mother and who may R1T2 THIATRi BY REFRIGERATION resent any kind of criticism or correction. However, there are books of etiquet written especially for teen-agers, and you might find one of these to be a help to you, since they deal expressly with the social problems that are especially important to teen-agers. Also, it • would be wise to see that your daughter gets a s much social experience as possible. Keep Her Around Have her around when you entertain, instead of letting" her go off to the movies when you are having your friends in. Give her a job to do, so that she can forget her self-consciousness in helping you take care of guests. But most important of nil, demand that she treat the members of her own family with courtesy. No pirl whose manners are disagreeable at home is going to knoxv ho\v to act when she Is away from home. And .whenever you suspect (hat Horn* and Panntcroft Is Educational Problem LONDON -W_ The ministry of education admit that teenagers are as bartllmr to educators IE they are to parents. The ministry wants to expand its experimental courses in parentcraft in British schools but it has run into this problem: At what age should a girl begin to study how to become a successful mother? In a pamphlet "Citizens Growing Up," the ministry put it like this: "There are many who think that 13 or n Is too young, since much of what is learned at that age Is forgotten by the time a girl marries." But, on the other hand, it said, "girls at this age are mostly Interested In smal children, while at the age of 16 or thereabouts Ihcir Interest tends to shift i to boys or young men." The pamphlet-writers threw up their hand?. "It Is strongly urged," they advised, "that opportunities for homecraft and parentcraft should be given girls of every age in all types of schools." At The Hospitals BIjthevHle HoaplUl Dismissed: E. T. Sellers, city. Mrs. Leon Phillips, City. Mrs. J. E. Butler ana baby, city Johnny Trimble, Reeves. Ted Smith, Flint. Mich. Pauline Mitchell, Walnut Ridge. Mrs. Ray Ledbetter and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. David Webb and baby, Luxora, Janle Parki, Osceola. Mrs. Hallle Costleo, Campbell, Mo. Luciano Hernandez, Dell. she is rude because she feels Ill-at- ease or awkward in a particular situation, make a note to tell her how to meet the same situation next time. Above all. don't dismiss her lack of manners as just a phase she Is going through. Good manners are important at every age—and the rude teen-ager suffers just as much from a lack of social grace as does an adult. Furthermore, the teenager's family has to suffer with her. 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