PAGE FOUR (ARK.) COURIER Jane Shellon, Society Keillor Phtm* 4461 Miss Stone's Betrothal Being Made Known Today Mr. and Mrs. H. H, Siont ol Blyttieville are today announcing the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Doris I^aVerne Stone to Gpl. Robeit Fmlon Dean of the U. s. Air Force. Cpl. Dean is th* 1 son of Mr. and Mrs, T. P. (Doc) Dean of Blyiheville. A December wedding has been planned Miss Stone fa a graduate of uly- thevllle High School where she was a participant in extra-cuuicular ac- ttvitifts having served ns drum major of ihe band during her .senior year. She was also a member ol the Red Pepper and Garden Club. A graduate of Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Teim.. Cpl. Dean attended Ole Miss,, at Oxford. Miss., prior to hLs enlistment- in the Air Force. He is now stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. Halloween Theme Used In Club Decorations Pumpkins brimming with colorful marigolds were set about the Counr try Club yesterday for the monthly Ladies Day. which w»x observed with a bridge-canssln luncheon. Vivid fall blooms decor aled the rooms and long glassed porch and set atop each small table was a tiny pumpkin filled with assorted candies, In the bridge game, Mrs. Fred Fleeman took high score pri7>e. Mrs. W. J. Pollard, second high, and I Mrs. O. S. Crowe)), third score, • Mrs. Mne Dorsey Hicks led the •cores for the canasta «nme. with Dr. Edna Nies winning second high. | Hostesses for the event were OK-\ ceola members of the club. Com- ] posing the hostess committee wna '• Mrs. John B. White, Mrs. Steve Bowker. Mrs. Arch ditchings, Mrs.- Edward Tenford, Mrs. Darrell | Crane, Mrs. Dane Fergus and Mrs.! 6am Hodges. ', Mrs. Hicks, who make* her home ta Battle Creek, Mfch., and is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. E M.' Hegenold, was the only out-of-town Chapter "D" Meets In E. B. Gee Home The first meelinif ot tlu autumn •eason of members of the PEO Chapter "D" was held yesterday at th« North Highway 61 home ol Mrs. E. B. Gee, with 14 chapter members Attending. A two-cour&e hmcheoii was served preceding the afternoon pro- grim. S«at*n at th» dining table for the meal, clusters o[ fall blooreu formed the central design. Hi\r- monliing boinuets of th« blossoms were arranged throughout the entertaining roonw. Mrs. Jamefi C. Guard reported on the PEO record and Mrs. James ROT presented the program, "My Favorite State." for which she had •elected Arkansas. • » • VI Roush Marks 6th Sday With Party 'en favors were presenters •ts who attended the par"•• alternoon celebrating y of Bill notish, son lrs. Buck Rotuh. held at the Hoiish osts spent the aft- games and con- gifts for the inpneri, the bij-the letter.*. "Ilnppy cut and served assisted by Mrs. »l!Ult«UAT, OOTOPBU M, —riwlo by Fnught TO BR DfWK.MftKR HIM OK- -Miss I>oris IjiVcnie Stone Is be- trolhed to Cpl. JRoberl Fin ton Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. F'. (Doc) Donn, of BtylhevilJe, AmiomicemcnL of the engagement is being made today by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mr*. H. H, Stone of nh/lhcvllle. Luxora Grid Queen to be Crowned LUXORA. Oct. 11. — Miss Elol.se Richardson. Luxorn High School senior and tlic ilauebtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Murry Richardson, will reign [951 Luxora Grid Queen. Queen Richardson wilt lie crowned tomorrow at tile 2 p.m. football Kime between Lnxora and Shawnec. Composing the Queen's Court isill be Blllye Sue Clark. Mae Clyk. Jane MrLnmlon, Elizabeth Hnnna. Diane Stevens. Fitnnle lx>u Cockrell. Cnrmel Walker. Aim Roiclle and Shirley Kirk. Homecoming activlllr.s In addition to the football game will win- stst of a parade tn downtown l,ux- ora and a prc-cam<? pep rally. Mrs, Raymond Pute, Home Eco- nomics teacher In the high .school Is In charge of decoration arrangements. Damon Jones and Joe Pa.s- chnl of the Student Council will serve as parade marshals. RalletyItiHalfSi7.es .itertains lub, Guests rk last nipht ^as tome on We.st Main ^—• evening of playinc . cainlns; members of [he .0 nnd fucsls. Mrs. J. M. .ms. Jr.. anrt Miss Virginia .iiengen \vere the club's guests. -« Lticlla Barnr.t was rc-Lnstaler! .> a member of the weekly bridge chib. A dessert course was served anrt bridge played with Mrs. Ij-wis Henderson winninc high score, Mrs. | Robert I. Thompson, sr.-onri hlssh ' and Mrs. Richard T. Mills, bridgo. < Club Eight Plays Bridge; Mrs. Sudbury fop Scorer Mrs. Graham Sudbury look lop honors yesterday in the weekly art- ernoon of bridge for member, of Club Eight. Mrs. G. o, Pcetz was hostess at the countrv home o[ Mi- Charles l.anKston for the affair. nefreshments were fp : -,rrt and ln the game Mr;.. JCKC M. white won second high score and Mrs. H. o • Partlow. bridgo. To prevent ihe odor o/ garlic- from clinging to your hands after kitchen use. try mash::is [lie cloves between the fold of doubled-over sheet of wax paper. A knife handle seri-rs well as an efficient crusher. "FALSE TEETH" That Loosen Need Not Embarrass MttiT «f»rers OT false t»etn navt turrfrcd real unbsrrmsmrnt he; their plate dropped. «1tppert or ' hied M )ml Ihe wrons time Do live In fear or this happening to Jusl sprinkle » Unit FASTEETH. Klkaiinr mon-acLd) ponder on pUtes Holds r«Hf leeth mar- fir ^~ they reel more roir.Jojfub; not fco'ilr ch*rfc* "plate cxlor" ttir« breath). Gel fASTKETH Cominq Events Social Calendar Fldellai Class of First Baptist Church linR pollack supper-business -session nt Alvlji Hardy home on 'Vest, wnlnut street at ^ p.m. nupHcate; Rrid^e league plays at Hotel Noble at 7:M. FrliUj Mrs. Doyle Henderson hostej* to Friday Contract Club. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma I'M has 2 : .10 meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold Wood, 1925 Heam, Mrs. Jnm«x-C. Guard entertaining Friday Club. Saturday Duplicate Brldfre League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. Mrs. James B. Clark waj in Memphis Tuesday to attend the meeting of the National Board o.' the National Council of the Society o! Children of American Colonies at the home ol Mrs, licn-y B. Brooks. Mrs, Clark Is a bcartl member and Mrs. Brooks Is national president. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Gay visited Irlends and relative, 1 , in Savanah unit Jackson. Tenn.. yasterd.iy. Mrs. Demon M. Neal ami children. Donna, Mack and LaNelle. ol Jacksrm, Tenn.. are the lioiispgue.su of Mrs. Prank T. Byrd and ram- Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Merrill of Memphis are spendin? this week here aj; guests of O. A. Jioush and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Merritt. Mrs. s. S, Sternherg Is vj-sitin^ In! Dallas, Tex, as uuesl of her son. Harold Sternberg, ; Mr. and Mis. H. L. Sclieejcr leU! this morning for their home in Dexter. Mo.. afU-r several da>-. visit 1 as KIIC.SUS o! Mr. and Mis. M. D.; Day. Mrs. Scheercr is Mi. nay's] .-.Ister. I Mr. and Mrs. Don Kerbou^h announce the birth of their tir.il child, j K dnuKluer, last night at Dlythe- vilie Hospital. She has bce;i named Donna Lee. Mrs. Kerbough Ls the former Miss Barbara Denning. <!aii3hter of Mr. and MM. Leon Oenning. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gli^on o[ St. Louis are the houseguest.s of Mrs. Glisson's parent-s. Mr. and Mre. Russell Northern. Bobbie Jean Byrd. daughter of Mr and Mrs. O. 1. Byrd is reported! n an improved condition al Bly-' thcville. Hospital where she was reported seriously ill for tour days. Michael McChic. son of Mr. nntl Mr.s. C. C. MeClne was removed to his home on West Ash Street this morning from the Blyiheville Hospital where he had been a patient for several days. Mls.1 Nell Harris was removed to her home Lhis morning from Walls Hospital where .she had been a patient for the pa-st two days. Mr. and MM, Blnke Polly announce the birth of their Mrst child. a son. Gregory Ernest. Oct. 8 at Walls Hospital. Mr.s. Polly is the former Miss Isabella Lower of Springfield, Mo. Monthly Meeting Held; Membership Drive Planned Mrs, Vance Henderson, president of the Suclbury Parent Teachers A-s- Dell PTA Hen Monthly Session At the School "Let's Look At Our School" was the program presented yesterday afierrjoon at the monthly meeting of the Dell Parent Teachers Association. "Belter Schools Make Better Communities" lias been selected n.s the slogan for the year and the program was continuation ol the thought. Clulj? ol the school presented the various phases ol high school lite. The^e included the Beta Club, spon- , sored by A. E. Caldwell; Future 1 Homemukers ot America, ltd by Mrs. and Future Far- .'.ociatlon conducted the monlhJy meeting yesterday at the .school, .sion in -Ahic.il membership drive plans were presented. Mrs. Don Uitz. member.ihip chairman announced the drive would be held in October and November and prizes prr.'.eateri each rcom attaining a 100 per tfnt membership It was announced by Mrs, Harry) Hogan that the date ol the annual I " — ~ * " Hallowren Carnival originally ™!' s °L Amer . ica ' sponsored by L. F " scheduled for Oct. -jf; had been , . . The afternoon's devotional was siven by Frances Ballard and changed to Oct. 31.' P f ail ., were also * a * *'™" b j' Prances Balla j d and made for a lunri, tr, h n „ * .; Kobe) Gill, Jr.. concluded the pro- "wde for a lunch to he served at,, Bram with Mvera , p)ano „,„(£„,_ . .Highlight, ol the business session lollouiug was B discussion o! linnl plans for (he annual Halloween Carnival to be held at. the school. 5:30 al the school preceding carnival aelii'jtie.s 1 . Miss Ann MclVmald. MIM Tiiel- ma Cathey and Mr.s. Clolhel Oe- Laney. new faculty members v.crc A rerommendation of'the Exec- Hroduced by Mrs. E. P, Pry, prill- j ut , vf Board, which convened prior V... ': to the general session »as the or- Ihe afternocn'.s d e v o 11 o n a I, i gam/ation of a Teeri Club tor stu- "Falth," was given by Mrs, L D.: dents of the 9th through 12th I/ewLs and followed with a program : Rrades. This suBgesiion was acceptor piano music by .Mr.s. EcMic S:tlihfl. rd by the group arid plans made Miss Betly Black pre.sente<l the for the initial club meeting, president's mef-sagc ;mt1 the pro- In the room count, the second mam portion of (he meeting was Ki.ide of Miss Joyce Gill and the adjourned v,ith a tali:. ••School life" seventh grade of Mrs. Harry Cook by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, ele- tonk the atendance prices, mentary school supeiviwr. The group adjourned to the li- Atlendance prir.fs went to the rooms of Mrs. E Mary Hubler. The F^ecutlve Board, wits hostess for a social hour following. brsry where refreshments 'A'cre serv- F Fry anrt Mis'; r<! i)y " lc hos'esscs, Mrs. Cook. Mrs. j """ * ulsb Bill Kei-ner. Mrs. Ophelia Boyd and Mrs. James Ttdwell. Mrs. Bogon Leads Yarbro Program; Business Follows Leachville Women Organise Club A group nt Leachville women met recently In the home of Mrs. Wayne Baker to organize a Garden Clnb. The nrst Thursday of each month was set ax the meeting date and Mrs. Baker was named president of the group, Mrs. J. W, Thomas, president, of the Jnnesboro Federation oJ Oar- den Clubs, and Mrs. Paul Hoffman, Jonesboro Garden Club extension director, assisted in the organization. Other* to serve are Mrs. G. A, Hipp, vice president; Mrs. Atherton Hlett, secretary, and Mrs. A. L. Wallace, treasurer. Other chapter members are Mrs. Horace Mooring, Mrs. Robert L. Pierce, Mrs, Bill Cruse. Mrs. Wayne Taylor. Mrs. J. W. Clark and Mrs. Fred Alexander. In Wiesbaden, Germany and (he re:=en r o(r of Ars sur Moselle, evi- denres of early Roman construction in hpxagona! and trianguJar clay floor tiles can be found. klr*. Thomas Bogan was program i leader for ihe Yarbro Parent-1 Teacher* A.sjsocialion's monthly j meeting yesterday at the school, j The singing ol Halloween sonps by; members of the fifth and sixth grades opened the session. i The skit, "How Carelessness A(- fects Others" and the showing of the film, "Once Upon .A Time/: made up the program preceding the business discussion. 1 ; in which \ reports of committees were heard. Following the report of the rummage sale committee, the Association agreed to donate the proceeds to the library fund. Mrs. M. o. McRae presented thp , secretary's report, and Mrs. Harry; Saiisom the treasurer's report, which was followed by the Into- duciion of new PTA members, Hostesses for the social hour were fifth grade mothers. Mrs. J. C. Droke, who heads the City Council of PTA, was the only guest for the meeting. YOUR WHEELS Should Be BALANCED • Whenever jnn have & tire repaired. Langston-Mc Water* Riiick Company Walnut A Broadway—24 Hour . Serric* At The Hospitals BiylhcrllJt Ho«pll»l Dismissed: Erwiji Dockery, City. Sue Kimbrougli. Ciiy. Michaolc Mcclup. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Airs. Blake Polly and baby, City. Miss Neil Harris, city. Modeuna Veach. Manila. Doyle Dorris, City. Calvin Jaclcson, Manila. MIS. Kva p'radenburg, Manila. Tlie U.S. Secret Service, Treasury Department, warns that there is more counterfeiting today than at any time in the past 10 years. MinivtMr* Radio S«H Getting Much SmalUr NEW YORK (AP>—Radio Mta ar* getting smaller and smaller. One of the latest deilgru. fittlnj the palm of the liand, welghj but eight ounces. Ita case measures only 2'i by 5S by =; Indies. The "loudspeaker" is a small earpiece, while Hie antenna, 18 inches long, collapses Into the set and at the »am« time (urns It olf. Batteries ire of the small hearing-aid type. Two tubes and a crystal detector are used The Kl Is declared to have » broadcast range of around 50 mlln. 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