PAGE FOUR •BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUR11B NEWS - Society News - a Ann Mnllm-v Srufotv Editor * • Pho Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor PhoiM 8-4461 NOVEMBER BRIDE- ELECT — In a Nov. 13 ceremony Miss Dixie Faye Killian, daughter of Mrs. William Killian and the late Mr. Killian, will become the bride of Donald Nathan Coulter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Graves Coulter of Nashville, Ark. Miss Killian Engaged to Donald Coulter M1M Dixie Paye Killian, daughter of Mrs. Robert William Killian, and the late Mr. Killian will become the bride of Donald Nathan Coulter son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Graves Coulter of Nashville, Ark., in a Nov. 13 ceremony. The bride-elect is the granddaugh- terter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fleeman of Manila and of the late Mr. and Mrs. John William Killian of Kennett, Mo, Miss Killian a graduate of Blytheville High School, attended Stephens College and w&s graduated from the University of Arkansas, There she was a member of Delta Sorority and the American Guild of Organists. She is now a member of the Bly- tfaeviue elementer yschool faculty. Mr, Coulter is the grandson of Mrt. John Jay Reeder of Nashville and the late Mr. Reeder and of Mrs. Charles Raymond Coulter and the late Mr. Coulter of Pine Bluff. He attended Henderson State Teachers College at Arkadelphia and was graduated from the Unl- vertity of Arkansas, where he was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. The groom-elect is now attending. Naval Officers Training School «t Newport, R. I. Bettie Ennis Celebrates Birthday ' OSCEOLA — Miss Bettie Ann Ennis celebrated her 16th birthday Friday when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Ennis, entertained with a party. Out-of-toWn guests were Billy May and Jimmie Austin of Blythe- vllle; Don Pells, Judy Pelts, Hugh Mahoney and Bobby Rodgers of Joiner. Those from Osceola attending were Ann Ward, Bennie Moore, Joe Parson, Shirley George and Wanda Turner. Refreshments of ice cream and iced drinks and birthday cake were served. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Ira Deeds,. Manila Jimmie Lee Henderson, Armorel Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Robert L. Gardner and baby city Thomas Hughes, city William Reagan, city Sally May Jones, city Mrs. Johnny Rankln city Mrs. Nichols Oleson and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Gary McFleeman, Leachville Ervin Dickson, city Mrs. B. F. Elder, city Mrs. Lincoln Keeling and baby, city Mrs. Virginia Collard, city Mrs, Mable Lambert, city Mrs. Virginia Melvln, city James Mitchell, City David Lynn Whittlngton, city Mrs. Phillip^ Mrs. Chamblin Bridge Winners Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. D. Ohamblin took first place with 62 point* in the five-table Howell movement played by Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon. In a tie for second with 59 M: points were Mrs. Foy Etchieson, Mrs. Ed Cook, Mrs. E. B. Oee and Mrs. O. C. Councille. . . '. . Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mis. Henry Humphreys were in third place. Alpha Delta Chapter to Begin Rush Season A dinner party at the home of Mrs. Jess Horner tomorrow night will begin the rush season for Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Officers of the chapter will be hosts for this affair which begins at 6:30. Success Separates EACH 1YARD OF 54-" FABRIC BUZZ BONNET - Buzzing sound* don't mean bees in the bonnet worn by Jan Musial of the New York Ground Observer Corps. The odd helmet, developed by the Air Force, features an electronic device that picks up radar impulses from approaching enemy aircraft. It weighs 20 ounces. No Wonder Mothers Love THIS RELIEF FOR SUFFERING OF COLDS > Does More Than Work on Chest Nothing works like Vlcks VapoRub-the proved medication that acts two ways at once. When you rub it on, Vapo- Rub quickly relieves muscular soreness. At the same time, medicated vapors bring relief with every breath. Soothing medication travels deep into your child's nose, throat and large bronchial tubes. Congestion starts breaking up. Coughing eases. Warming relief comes, lasts for hours. So when colds strike, depend on — VICKS V VAPO RUB VJdu OIK) VopoBut an Ufa. r>od< Mwb. An Invitation This is your personal invitation to visit Blytheville'i oldest ready-to-wear shop. W« are eager to have you visit us. . . w» w»nt to know you better . . we want you to become acquainted with our friendly service . and most of all, we would like to introduce you to the most famous name« In ladles fashion names that have established Th« New York Store as Blythevllle'i moit popular (athlon center since 1909. 218 W. Main Phone 2-2132 In Blythevllle Since 1909 By Sue Burnett Matched separates are so successful! Both the career girl and the housewife will find this softly tailored blouse and skirt set a "must" for her Tall wardrobe. Pattern No. 8314 is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, blouse. 1 yard of 54-inch; skirt, 1 yard of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, HI. .The new fall & winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-easy styles to delight beginner and expert. Don't miss it — send 25 cents today for your copy. Miss Dottic Whilst! Installation Service Held ByBaptistBWC "Portrait of Christian Women" was the theme Thursday night for the installation service of officers of Mississipppi County Baptist Business Women's Circles. This service was held at Trinity Baptist Church with 40 members present. As each officer was installed she stood in a gold frame flanked on either side by floor baskets of fall flowers. Mrs. BUI Cook conducted the service With Mrs. Lucian Gaines giving the opening prayer. Miss Dottle Whitsel of First Baptist Church in Blytheville was installed as president. Other officers are Miss Bonnie Webb of Calvary Baptist, vice-president; Mrs. Ben Mays of First Baptist, advisor; Miss Jean Norman of Calvary, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Opal Webb of Trinity recording secretary. Mrs. Dewey Rice of Manila, stewardship chairman; Mrs. Howard Caldwell of Trinity, mission study chairman; Mrs. Allen Rushing of First Baptist choirster and Mrs. Donald Howard of New Liberty, pianist. Mrs. Caldwell gave the closing prayer. A sandwich plate was served In the social hour from tables decorated with arrangements of fruits and fall flowers in 'shades of red and yellow. How to Get Free Delivery HOUSTON, Tex. (ff> — A man from the Post Office told a Boy Scout 3cout troop how to mail a .etter without a stamp, especially If they are at camp and broke. Just put your home address as Ihe return address, he said, and mail the letter. It will then be delivered with a 3-cent postage due stamp on it. 3 generations choose Mayfac ~ ~ PI &7 "O.nrl. ,,-ih tlolhtil" All over America, 3 generations in the same families have chosen Maytags You can own a MaylaE for $J 99 95 HALSELL&WHITE Main at Division Ph. 3-6096 CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry Brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service fUSJ • lAIIWDBY-r LAUNDRY-CLEANERS S. 2nd New Homes in Dixie Gardens —Built to Your Specification— You Choose Your Lot and We Will Help You Biuld the Horn* of Your Dreams. Large Lots — Paved Street* — City Sewer System — Close to Down Town Go North on Second St. to Missouri , For an Appointment Call Kemp Whisenhunt, Realtor 122 W. Walnut Phone 3-4469 for te«M, palm, con. oruliei, » u i > . •ob'i Gypsy Rub Liniment C. O. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. Miss Delores Adams was motored to Memphis yesterday by her parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. Rlley Adams, where she enrolled in the Baptist School of Nursing. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore and daughters spent the weekend in Lepanto visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gary have •eturned from a week's vacation at Camp Killa Vista near Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Gardner of Wynne spent yesterday here visit- ng their son, Jim Oardner, and 'amily. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse spent he weekend In Memphis visiting their son. Dr. W. H. Morse, and 'amily. Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., are moving into their new home on Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines are spending several days in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fellhauer are spending several days vacationing in Illinois and St. Louis. Miss Joyce Booles, a freshman at Memphis State College, has pledged Delta Zeta social sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner and j family had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wagner of Brinkley. Miss Ruth Johnston, a student at Blue Mountain College, has been taken into the Modenias, a social organization at the college. E. R. Mason and J. V. Gates were among Blytheville residents in Wal- lut Ridge yesterday to attend funeral services for Clyde R. Wooding, father of Mrs. Harold Nunn of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Sudbury lave returned from Abilene, Tex., where they flew their daughter, LaNeal, who enrolled as a freshman it Abilene Christian College. They were accompanied on the trip by Dearina Crews, who also enrolled as a freshman afc the college. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Raspberry, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Krech of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Krech of Ken- lett, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. -Krech, Jr., 5f Sikeston and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Krech of Teaneck, N. J., spent the weekend at Kentucky Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Krech, who mve spent the past week here vis- ting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Krech, Sr., and family, will leave omorrow for Cullman, Ala., visit- ng his sister, Mrs. F. L. Langley, and family, before returning to their lome in Teaneck, N. J. Bits of News P. trional Cotillion Club Has First Dance Of Fall Season A colorful »rray of fall floweri and unique arrangements of fruit were u«ed to decorate Plantation Roorn of Hotel Noble .Saturday night for the first dance of the fall season for Cotillion Club members and guests. Hosts'for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Russell 0. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr. There are seven North American Trappist foundations for monks. Oldest Is at Gethsemane, outside Louisville, Ky. Coming Events MONDAY Charity Group of First Christian Church meeting with Mrs. Tanna Freeman, 8 p.m. Circle Seven will meet in the new nursery on Ash Street at 8 p.m. Marion Cook Circle meets with Mrs. Elnora Swafford, 7:30 p.m. Rose Marlowe circle meets with Mrs. Mildred Ernest, 7:30 p.m. Marion Cook Circle meets with Mrs. Virgil Lendennie, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAI Junior High PTA executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr. GIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Robert McGraw. Country Club Bridge League meeting. WEDNESDAY Sudbury PTA executive board meeting, 2:30 p.m. General meeting 3 p.m. Central PTA executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs Felix Carney. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. K> .1 Kuth Accentuate Positive Rating In Menfolk Do women today talk and think too much about "the lesser qualities" of their husbands? One woman reader of this column says they do and thinks wives ought to spend more time counting their husbands' many virtues, instead of worrying over their few '"There's a lot of truth in what she says. Grandma used to speak approvingly of a husband if he were "a good provider." MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1». »g| —. i - ••^^^•^•^•fc Jeff Gardner Honored on Fourth Birthday Now women tend to take for granted the fact i -^H 3 that a husband L »BM-£ a s h o u 1 d pro- Ruth Mllleti vide well for his family. They accept that without giving him much credit for it. Also, Grandma had nothing but approval for a "good family man." If he loved his home and liked to stay there when his day's work was done — that was all to his credit. Now wives get upset if the good provider and family man likes to hide behind his newspaper at night instead of talking to his wife, or if he "never wants to go anywhere,' or if he is too absorbed in his work, or if he isn't as romantic as his wife thinks he should be. His basic virtues are taken for granted and What his wife regards as his faults are magnified in her mind all out of proportion. Perhaps it is time we women quit expecting so much of men and settled down to being satisfied with men as they are — thankful for all the good and dependable qualities they do have, instead of worrying i over their minor faults. j Harping on men's faults hasn't ] gotten us anything but a high dl- j vorce rate. Concentrating on their j virtues couldn't help but improve j the married state. It might even! improve the men. Jeff Gardner, son of Mr. and Mr». Jim Gardner, w»l honored OB hU fourth birthday B»tur<U» when hit parent* entertained with a party at their home. Favors of whistling ballooni wen •• presented the 15 chlldrtn prtnnt with refreshment* of ice cream and birthday cake.being «rved, The cake was a replica of an tn- gine of a train and * log flat car. Mrs. Bill Rader auiit«d In wrr* Culbertson HDClub Has Meeting Culbertson Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Carl Held last week with 12 member! present. Mrs. Reid presided over the meeting which was opened with group singing led by Mrs. Sam Klnley. Mrs. Homer A. Smith dlacuswd the safety program and it wa« announced that the next mwting would be an all-day session at tht home of Mrs. Cletus Bailey. RESEMBLANCE The secretary bird derive! ita name from the crest of long feathers which bear a fanciful resemblance to th« quill pens that clerks once used and frequently stuck behind their ears. Lay-Away-Now on our easy plan! We have the Toys, Gamei, Dolls, Traini and Models Your Boys and Girls Want. LAD & LASSIE TOY CENTER 11 ^ PRESCRIPTIONS Filled by Registered Pharmacists at all times Accuracy and Dependability Art Always Yours. Prompt Delivery Service OWENS REXALL DRUG STORE Found Only at Whitsitt's in Blytheville They cost just half what they look . . . and they look and fed the essence of elegance. Stroke them . . . they're heavenly soft as only cash mere can be. Open them . . . their glistering satin interiors hold all the little luxuries that always go with LEWIS. Many glitter with expense gold frames ... all are endowed with the coutourier craftsmanship of LEWIS. Choose today .. . . from black, brown and navy. Its Whitsitt's "Because You Like Smart Tfimgs"
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