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ELYTHETILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1954 Miss Millie Ann Mailory,'Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Elliott Fletcher I Picnic Held rv. tTiTV*' By Trinity Chapter of UDC / WA Gro7 LllllCIlCOH Group The Trinity Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary met at Walker Park The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of I last night for a program meeting and the United Daughters of the Con- j picnic. There were nine members, federacy met at Hotel Noble yester- j one new member, Miss Dana Dink- day for a luncheon and, business j ins and one visitor present, meeting. j Miss Marcella Ray opened the Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. \ meeting with prayer followed with Gean Atkinson, Mrs. James B. i the devotional by Miss Dinkins. Clark, Mrs. R. A. Berryman, Mrs. Miss Glenda Ray was m charge Marcus Evrard, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr., and Mrs. G. H. Grear. The U-shaped table where the of the program and those assisting her were Misses Jimmie and Frances Carter and Marcella Ray and guests were seated was decorated j Mrs. Howard Caldwell. in the chapter's colors of red and | Mrs. C. S. Birmingham dismissed white. The centerpiece was of red j the group with prayer and the picnic and white carnations and the place- j was held. cards were white and attached to each was a red rosebud. Mrs. Henderson Hall was in charge of the program and she was assisted, by Mrs. Amy Gordon who gave several violin selections and Mrs. C. L. Moore who spoke to the group. Following the program the nomination committee presented the slate of officers and the following •were elected: Mrs. Atkinson, president: Mrs. Adams, first vice-president; Mrs. A. O. Hudson of Luxora, second vice-president; Mrs. W. I. Denton, secretary; Mrs. George Roland. Green, treasurer; Mrs. „ — , j j f-Y/i-f/* ( III fa -* Uf ^MU . TT *. &1 £lUt club 2g was entertained at the Legion Hut last night by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Borum, Mr. and Mrs. Max Reid and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner. The U-shaped table where the ^ests were seated for dinner was Clark, historian; Mrs. Hall, registor: and Mrs. E. R. Bogan of L^c- overlaid .with a white linen cloth tu, v~b * WAA-VA. * **»^ «, ov»/3 /*£»•« I-U>-A» *mrVi ^ »-i 4 f »-« « rrAiviAt^ t- ora, recorder of crosses. Mrs. Atkinson appointed the following committees: Mrs. Denton, > Mrs. G. H, Grear and Mrs. Bogan, credentials; Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. C. L. Moore and Mrs. HalL program; Mrs. Green, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. G. O. Poetz, yearbook: Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. Mel! Brooks, resolutions: Mrs. S. E. Webb. Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons and Mrs. Berryman, finance; Mrs. Sue Brown, Mrs. C. B. Wood and Mrs. J. D.- Barksdale, scrapbook: Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Hall and Mrs. A. M. R. Branscum, specials: Mrs. Adams. magazines and Mrs. Hall, filing aod lending. and centered with an arrangement of summer flowers. Guests of the group were Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. David, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marr,- Sam Norris, Mr. -and Mrs. Dan Burge, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steinsieck, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stout, First Meeting Year Held ByBurdettePTA The Burdette Parent-Teachers Association met at the school yesterday for the first meeting of the year. An executive board meeting preceded the general meeting at which time it was decided that the organization Would sponsor the concession at the football games this : year. Sirs. Clexton Eubanks was appointed chairman for this project. Mrs. Charles Frazier presided over the general meeting which was opened with group singing. The president's message was read by Mrs. J. T. Weathers. A report was given by Miss Peggy Young oa her trip to Girl's State. The Parent-Teachers Organization sponsored Miss Young's trip. In the room count, Miss Lois Fields' first grade and Mrs. Harold Stockton's seventh grade won. Following the meeting, a social hour was held and hostesses were Mrs. J. P. Ramey, Mrs. Preston Ramey, Mrs. Paul Long and Mrs. George Hale. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dicks, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard, Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Hord, Mr. and-Mrs. Vern Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Logan. ChillionClub Entertained By Mrs. Meroney Members of the Chillion Club met at the home of Mrs. Mike Meroney yesterday afternoon. Guests of the group were Mrs. Paul Byrum, Mrs, Roy Head and Miss Rosa Schuneritsch. In the canasta games, winners were Mrs. Mary Hatfield, high, Mrs. O. O. Elkins, second high and Mrs. First Session Of Tournament Played at Hotel The first session of the City Championship Bridge Tournament was played last night at Hotel Noble. An 11-table scrambled Mitchell movement was played. Winners were Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs, first with 143 points and Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Ed Cook, second with 1371/3 points. In third place was Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. B. A. Lynch with 127V 2 points. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Alta Cameron were fourth with 125 points. The second and final session of the tournament will be played tonight preceded by a cocktail party at 6:15 "and dinner at 7:15. Bits of News Kibitzer Club Conducts Meeting Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr., entertained members of the Kibitzer Club yesterday afternoon. In the bridge games, winners were Mrs. Robert McHaney,, high, and Mrs. Harry A. Haines, second high. Mrs. Rube Carson was a guest of the group. Party foods were served by the hostess during the bridge games. Social Tip Actor Gave Daughter When screen actor Robert Montgomery learned his daughter was determined to become an actress he gave her one bit of advice, according to a re-i cent mag azin article. The advice wa this: "Remembe that every tim you walk out on the stage y o: must bring some thing with you You can't make an entrance emp- Ruth Millett ty-handed. You have to be carrying some little thing that wasn't there before." Any woman could use that bit of advice to advantage. For the woman who enters a room timidly Mr. and Mrs. Dick Waxson anc daughter are leaving tomorrow for Atlanta, Ga., where they will visit relatives over the week end. Mrs. John Bourland, who has been visiting there' for the past several months, will accompany them home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bourzikas and family have had as their guest for the past several days Bob Walker of Knoxville, Term. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Strickland were in Jonesboro over the week end to take their son, Jerry, who enrolled at Arkansas State College as a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. John Bird of Okmulgee, Okla., will be the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. Bird are en route to i*niladelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Reece Lee Wooten announce the birth of a son, Sept. 1, at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. The baby, who has a sister, Beth, ' has been named David Reece. Mrs. Wooten is the former Miss Elizabeth Martin of Starks- vilie, Miss. Miss Rhonda Eaton left this morning for Hatiiesburg, Miss., where she will resume her studies at Mississippi Southern College. She accompanied Mrs. James Barksdale, who will visit relatives in Prentiss, Miss. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly and family yesterday were Mrs. Wimberly's sister, Mrs. S. R. Bouchillon, Mr. Bouchillon and son, S-Sgt. Will Earl, who has just returned from overseas duty of Reform, Ala. Mrs. H. C. Sims returned last night from Europe where she visited in Prance, Italy, Switzerland Germany, Belgium, Holland 'and England. In Frankfurt, Germany, she was the guest of her son, Capt H. C. Sims, Mrs. Sims and family. Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, La., accompanied Mrs. Sims. IN THE BAG—Dorothy Stine frees Jere Gottschalk, her bridegroom-to-be, from the cage where his friends imprisoned him during a bachelor party in Chicago, 111. After caging Jere they moved him by truck to Dorothy's home in Evanston. She had the key to the cage, and shortly after releasing Jere they were married. W. A. Hollingsworth, low. Mrs. Head or with about as much animation was guest high. as a talking doll, enters the room At the conclusion of the-games, the hostess served a dessert course and iced drinks. Tops in Junior Styles Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting The Vendrehi Bridge Club met with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson last night. lii the bridge games, winners were Mrs. Clyde Patton. high, Mrs. Billy Joe Gean, second high. and Mrs. Dick Shanks, bridgo. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a sandwich plate and iced drinks. Miss Barbara Ann Smith was a guest of the group. Singing Meet Set The Mississippi County Singing Convention will be held Sunday beginning at 2 p.m. at Coleridge. There will be several quartets present and various other arrangements will be featured. empty-handed and in a moment is completely overlooked. While the woman who enters with gaiety, or easy friendliness or an amusing bit of news or a sparkling enthusiasm enters with a gift in her hand. She has an immediate effect on the people in the room, whether they are strangers, friends or her own family. Next tfme you go to a party, visit a sick friend, welcome your family home or open the front door to guests, make sure you have something with you that you can offer others. It Will make them happy or interested or amused or just plain pleased with themselves. Those who feel dull and drab when in the company of others and who can't figure out why they find it so difficult to make friends are probably just well-meaning people who haven't realized the importance of never meeting others empty- handed. They scarcely make their presence felt, simply because they haven't bothered to take something with them wherever they go—something to make life a little brighter or more interesting for others. To get rid of dandruff, set yourself a routine: Wash your hair often with a shampoo designed to combat dandruff. Brush your hair carefully, being careful to get the bristles well down into the roots. Our hair, as the rest of our bodies, changes with the seasons. As the weather gets wanner, hah- becomes thicker. Therefore ou should have your hair thinned out more frequently than during the remainder of the year. Holiday Diets Call for Change BY ALICIA HART KEA Beauty Editor If too many sweets and too little sleep during the holidays have been the undoing of your complexion, teen-agers, you had better establish an emergency regimen immediately. You know what you should do. The sooner you get to it. the quicker will you gain back your smooth skin and glowing eyes. Start by eliminating all sweets from your diet. Have more fruit for dessert. Have more fruit for snacks. Plan to spend more time out-of- doors. The fresh air will stimulate your skin and outdoor exercise will prepare you for the extra sleep which you also need. Try to get to bed at least an hour earlier than usual. To treat the blemishes you now have, use a medicated cream at- bedtime and cover them with a medicated lotion during the day. Do not put make-up over the blemishes unless you care to risk further infection. The medicated lotion will conceal the blemishes well, and it can be applied to the entire face for a smooth finish. TIE Bridge Club Has Meeting at Razorback Here The TLE Bridge Club was entertained last night at the Razorback by Mrs. Herman Turner. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. Dick Watson, high, Mrs. Jerry Scrape, second high, and Mrs. William Lambert, bridgo. Preceding the bridge games, the hostess served a dessert course. The Community Chest originated in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1913. LITTLE LIZ— Hidden taxes wouldn't be so bad if you could hide them from the tax collector. HONEY LAMB—Two hopeful entrants at the Los Angeles County Fair at Pomona, Calif., pause for a rest before resuming their duties. Sally Ann Scharfe is competing for the 'Tair Queen" title, while the Hampshire ram lamb is after a prize in'the livestock division. By Sue Burnett There's a crisp, fresh look about this cleverly styled dress that's sure to delight the junior miss. Pattern No. 8865 is in sizes 11, 12, 1-3, 14, 16, 18. Size 12, short sleeve, 4 yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast. 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, 311. Send 'JC c«nts today for, your copy of our pattern catalog?'JBt- cic FASHION. The fall and winter '54 issue is filled with attractive, M«r * MW rtrkt tor »M ages. Fowlston's School of Music Proudly Announces MRS. W. E. HENDRIX, SR. AS A Member Of Our Piano Faculty X X X X X Mrs. Hendrix has had over 20 years experience in teaching and is especially successful with junior high and senior high school students. Mrs. Hendrix is an exponent ot the Guy Maier School of Piano Teaching and has also studied with Bohnanyi, William Hacker and John Summers. Registration With Mrs. Hendrix Sat., Sept. 11 10 A. M. To 12 A. M. -1 to 3 P. M. Fowlston's School of Music 811 Chickoiowbo Convtnltnr Afrtr-School Tim* AvallobU Found Only at Whitsitt's / In Biythevilie Presented in August Mademoiselle — distinctive co-ordinates of soft wool and cashmere tweed, paired with a blouse of Wyner's Vica- laine Sag-no-mor jersey. Teal with turquoise, olive /It. green, brown/mocha. 8 to 18. 10.95 12.95 24.95 Jumper . . . 24.95 Don't Fail to Visit Whitsitt's La Belle Shop Balcony for the Best in Children's and Infants Wear. Also Boys Sizes 1 to 4. it's Whitsitt's Because You Like Smart Things Installation Service Held by Luxora Legion The Rodgers-Lynch Auxiliary of Luxora American Legion met last night for a regular meeting at the American Legion Hut. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Paul Hayes followed by installation of officers. Installed were Mrs. Hayes, president; Mrs. Doris Permenter, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Charles Frazier, chaplain, and Mrs. J. W. Lynch, sergeant-at-arms. A social hour was held following the installation. Coming Events FK1DAT The La Finesse Club meets with Mrs, Bob Gardener. Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson entertains the Vendredi Club. La NueveClub Has Meeting Mrs. N. G. Jerome entertained members of the La Nueve Club at the Rustic Inn yesterday afternoon. Winners in the bridge gamei played during the afternoon wer« Mrs. Leonard Oldham, high, MM. Ben Mac White, second high and Mrs. R. E. Green, bridge. Guest of the group was Mft. W. H. O'Keefe. Preceding th» bridge games the hosiws Mrved a dessert course. Jet pilot Jacqueline Cochran the first woman to fly through th« sonic barrier. Only Aspirin At Its Best DO YOU KNOW —What is the first name and middle initial of Mr. Mitchell plumber for BERRY ALLEN PLUMBING & HEATING CO. located at 317 S. 2nd Street? ... Who is the bookkeeper? The more folks with whom you "get acquainted"—the more enjoyment of life will be yours. In business and in social contacts "knowing the persons BY THEIR NAMES" is most important. "LET'S GET ACQUAINTED" ... will feature PEOPLE, those friends of yours at our places of business who serve your daily needs! I : AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY SPENCER TRACY ROBEST WAGNER JEAN PETERS RICHARD WIDMARK Color fay DE LUXE in fhe wondtr of STEREOPHONIC SOUND ^^^ 2Qth Gentiify-l-ojc present-,, In CINEMASCOPE Broken Lance PLUS SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY Double Feature Program GUY _ .ANDY MADISON * DEVINE 'SECRET Of OUTLAW FLATS A WILD BILL HICKOK ADVENTURE PLUS CARTOON "BRIDE & GLOOM" SUNDAY & MONDAY RONALD MILLARand GEORGE FROESCHEl *h ***«..EASTMAN COLOR-o«**GOnFRiED REINHAROT.»«-MI I

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