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PAGE FOUR BLrTHETTLLK (ARK.V COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBKR 10, 1955 Society News - nlln^r Qrt^iorv BMiivir • Phb Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Alpha AlphaChapterofBetaSigma Phi Holds Annual Tea for Rushees The home of Mrs. Elmer Norman on Adams Street was the setting yesterday for the annual tea honoring rushees of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs Eloise Nicholson, . rush, large yellow taper which represent- chairman was in charge of the '• ed Beta Sigma Phi's everywhere, impressive candlelight welcoming, as the conclusion to the program, ceremony which was held during This signified their welcome into the afternoon. ! the organization. Miniature yellow tapers were I Rushees participating OP. tne pro- lighted by each rushee from a i gram were Mrs. Harold Thompson. Dorcas Class Elects Off, jeers Long, Miss Gail O'Rear. Mrs. Glenn Teague, Mrs. Jesse Eubanks and Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr. Yellow rose-!, the sorority flower, and yellow tapers in crystal candelabra centered the tea table which was overlaid with a lace cloth. Hawaiian punch and hors j d'oeuvres were served by Miss Mel- j ba Pryor. Mrs. Dan McCaskill and „,.!„, « f i Mrs. Gene Boggs. Others assisting Dorcas Sunday School Class of],,, f ^ n anw ?° tf ,^ rftnrr , e ,v 0 ^ First Baptist Church met at the church Friday for s. business and social meeting. Mrs. M. W. Lewis presided over the business session at which time committee reports were given and officers were elected for the term 1955-56. Those officers are president: Mrs. C. L. vice-president; Mrs. T. H. Haynes, secretary; Mrs. J. W. Portlock. as sistant secretary; Mrs. F. J. Me Bits of News l Afternoon Party Honors Miss Killian in the entertaining rooms were Mrs. Harold Doyle and Mrs. Nicholson. i ! Halloween Mrs L*wis,jXheme Used L. McWatcrs. j Club Dance . . . Dearmon, treasurer, and Mrs. Pearl Hires, publicity. Group captains are Mrs. Tressa Allen, Mrs. J. W. Purtle, Mrs. N. W. Brigham and Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Officers were installed by the teacher of the class, Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mrs. Portlock and Mrs. McWaters. Mrs. Portlock gave the devotional on "Love." Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. Purtle and Mrs. C. E. Wiggins. Easy-To-Sew Apron d231 V2-42 Plantation Room of Hotel Noble was turned into a Goblin Den Saturday night for the Variety Club dance. The room was lighted from candles glowing in pumpkins and witches riding broomsticks could be seen about the room. Hosts for ihe affair were Mr. and Mrs. Travis Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harding. The guest, list included Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Patterson, Mr. and .Mrs. Harold Doyle, Mrs. R. A. Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ratliff, Clarence Payne, Dr. and Mrs. Troy Payne and Miss Katherine Thompson. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill of Tprrance, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tourley of Little Rock. Sue Burnett Welcome addition to your apron wardrobe—a practical wrap-arounl' style that is marvelous sewing. Dress length version provided, too. Pattern No. 8231 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40,42. Kize 14, short apron. 2% yard. 1 , of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall & winter '55 par.tern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains a wealth of sew-simple. up - to - the-minute styles, special features, color an! stvle. Housewife's Role Is Jnderroted When a. wife considers going to work to supplement her husband's income so the family can "live better," she often doesn't look beyond the size of the pay check she can earn. That is a round figure she can see — so much per week or so much per month. What a wife is able to contribute to the family's way of living simply by staying at home and doing a good job of homemaklng isn't quite as easy (o add up. The small amounts a housewife can save by careful management add up to big totals, but women r.irely bother to idd them up. Nor do they usually stop to think that a mnn with a wife making a career of homemaking may advance, faster tn his career than ft man whose wife is so busy helping to supplement his pay check she hasn't time to supplement his own efforts ^ his struggle for success. A home economist recently made a statement that ail wive- would do well to mull over. Use II. Wolf, head of the home economics department of Oklahoma AA.-M College, maintains tlmt the financial welfare of the individual and the family Is Just about as dependent on the homemakcr's ability to run things as it is on the size of the family pay check. To explain that .statement she points out that, "The majority of families have changed from mak- Miss Harriette Covinifton Former Resident To Wed Kentucky Girl Mr. and Mrs. George W. Covington or Sco'.'svsiie, Ky.. announce the er.yagemen: of their daughter, Harrietie Ann, to Frank Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Fowler of. Bowling Green. Ky., formerly of Blytheville. Miss Covington is a graduate of ; Scoltsviile High School .and is em-' ployed by Washington Mar.ufaciur- ; ing Company in ScoasvilLe. \ Mr. Fowler graduated from Bly-1 theville High School, attended West- | ern State College and is employed by ; Nugen-Wood Construction Company! in Dayton, O. I A November wedding is planned- | id Mrs. Charles Leggett ( Memphis Saturday night j i the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt 1 Satu;' \- Hill and Monya Blariken- st;;de::'.-; at Ole Miss, spent,, •.vrt-ker.d iiere visr.mg their' •rry Sparks and Patsy Var'oro, •::•? .v Arkansas Sia:e, spent cp.d here visiting their \ 'jo:'^"' 1 B.i:ley spent the :r. Cn.irlrsror., Mo., visit- s:.-:er. Mrs. A. C. Drink- Mr.-. T, •!.. Gammill, Sr., o: levei.ir.d, M:.-:5 , spc-ru last week •-•re vi.si::::^ her grandchildren, omrr.y and Frances G.immUl. Herbert Dunn spen: the weekend L Columbia, Mo., visiting friends. Mr. ar.d Mr.-;. Jim Henry of St. GUIS spen: the weekend here vis- ing his riarfr:^, Mr. and Mrs. J. ';;.-or. Henry, ar.d his grandpar- r.s, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley. . Miss Carrie Sue Haynes spent rid.v." in B:ue Mountain, Miss. :s:;:n? her sister, Vera, who is a udcn; at Blue Mountain College r,;:rday she attended the Ole ::5s-V3r.deri)iIt football game in !e:r.Dh:s with friends from Ole Mrs. E. B Gee, Jr., and Miss Barbara Moiiarflian entertained at the hoir.i? n: Mrs. Gee on Yarbro road .. '- Vi -f'- an informal alier- 1:00:1 p.i:-ty in compliment to bride- o!ec: D:x:t? K'.liian. Kouq ii:ti o: mixed garden flowers v. fre u.M'ii to decoraie the eiuer- !a:r.i:.K ro.;:r;.s oi the home uith a :!i:xrd bo'ii"; 1 -''' 1 ;i ^° d-T.ienug the re- irt-ih:!*:.'. Mule. M;,-s Killi.i::. who was dressed in a nill ;i:"tr:':'.uo:i frock, was present - ec; 'A:':: C'.'.::::\ in hf-r chosen pat- torn t". 1 :'.<•:' I n .os'essfs. A s;-"v;.i! ^Uv'-s: was the honoree's nv/ru-r, Mra. Robert Killian. The o:;ly u'r.-oi'-ro'.vn guest was Mrs. Jerrv V.x:: Z:mri: of LiUle Rock. Sixty-Five Points Wins in Bridge League Sixty-five points was the winning a/on? in the fivt'-Mble Ho well movement played Saturday by Duplicate Bridge League. Thnse were the points acquired in the niur.e by Mrs. O, W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D Ch.unblin. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Rus?el! Pin Hips \von second place '.vi'.h a ^ore of 64'- point*. Third ')'!:uv went to Mrs. Ed Stacy and Mrs. H. C. Sims who had 64 points. Coming Events Parents Night To be Held by BITS PTA All high school parents, both fathers :\\\i\ mothers, are uvged to attend a P. T. A. meeting tomorrow ni^hi at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. At tiiis meeting the parents will be. given the opportunity to follow a typical school-day schedule of their children. They will go from class to class, using 10 minute periods. During this time each teacher will discuss his'particular phase of work endeavoring to show how he is helping to train the child. New Liberty News Mrs. John Burks was hostess Tuei- ] day for the o. R. A. Club »<. her home with a 1 p.m. luncheon. The table from which lunch wa» sc-rvt'd was covered with a white I hum cloth and centered with fall llowt'rs. i During the afternoon Mrs. C. J. Speck and Mrs. J. O. Serratt weit prcsenu'd birthday Rifts. Mrs. Flor- t-nce PerXins of Ard, Tenn., and Mrs. Frank Houle were guests. Betty Burks j Celebrates ! Ninth Birthday j Sixteen guests were present Sat-; urday when Mrs. Paul Burks en- j tertained her daughter. Betty Car-j ol. on her ninth birthday. j Joyce Christian, Mary Barnes, i Pat Moore and Dicky Leonard! were game winners. j Refreshments of birthday cake. ' ice cream and iced drinks were served with Mrs. Bill Ellis assist- in serving. Colombia, South America, is the world's largest producer of emeralds. ing a living to buying a living. As a result, the homemaker has be-: come the purchasing agent for the j home and family . . . She deter- j mines to a significant degree the j financial condition, not only of her-j self and her family, but also of the j national economy." j That means that a housewife's I ability to spend wisely may be I mnn.' important to her family than! her abilUy to earn. i And there is no question but that' a full-time hou?ewife can make ', money go further and create a i comfortable home, on .less money! than a working wifp who has to j mannge a home any way she can. .Mrs. W. C. Hi^ginson has re- ; ••irr.ed to her home here from Den- \ :_--on. TPX. j Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor i and grandsons Gerald Lynn and Marvin Eari Hancock, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Warren spent yesterday ; in Memphis a: the zoo: j Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren were j in Memphis over the weekend to' attend the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt i football game. They were joined in | Memphis by Mrs. Warren's cousin,! Mrs. J. R, Galyean. and Mr. Gal-; yean of Corinih, Miss. Ma. and Mrs. Calvin Hill and J daughter of Torrance, Calif., are : visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ] Louis Ball and Mr. and Mrs. Felix J Hiil. , i Mr, and Mrs. Charles Tourley' and children of Little Rock spent i the weekend here visiting their par- i ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ball and Mr. and Mrs. Hill. Yesterday a family reunion was held at Walker Park! with other out-of-town relatives be-! ing from Memphis. ! Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coletnan and sons were in Memphis Saturday to attend the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt football game. ! Mrs. Jerry Van Zaridt and daugh- j ter of Little Rock are visiting Mrs. Van Zandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ! Henry Humphreys. ' Lt. and Mrs. E. B. Gee. Jr., of Belleville, III., spent the weekend j here visiting their parents, Mr. and \ Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mr. and Mrs. ; Matt Monaghan. The Monaghans also had as guest another daughter, Miss Barbara Monaghan, of Sikeston. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee will ( leave Wednesday for Little Rock j where Mr. Gee will participate in ; the state Senior Golf Tournament.' They will also attend the Univer-j sity of Arkansas-Texas football game over the weekend. Sara Craycraft Has Birthday Party Here A C vc \\as nonoreJ e [ b *d > Thursday mother, Mrs. Ray Cray- ned. i e icimg the party were ;h Pomeroy. Carol "wheat, Turner, Judy Webb, Kay rs, Brer.da Turner, Kay :er and Linda Phillips. the games played Elizabeth, ?.r.d Kay Jaggers were win- D Ja^ T ?:rt?shments of birthday cake no: chocolate were served. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Mr. Edward Dyre and baby, city M.'x W. C. Perrygin, city Mrs. W. C. Maxwell, Rt. 4, city Minnie Lee Green, city Chickasawba Hospital James Pritchard, city Jimmy Hodge, city Mrs. Ray McMillian, citv Mrs. Paul Kirkendall, city- Mrs. Johnny Reese and baby, city Mrs. Man-in Woodard. Memphis Jerry Glenn Peery. city Mrs. James Westbrook and baby, city Lee Massengal, city Mrs. James Pomeroy and baby Mrs. Hank Dodd. city Mrs. William Shoaf, shport, Ark. Gregg Johnston, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Rozzie Chalin, city Mrs. Leroy Jennings and baby, Ar morel Do you own a dress you feel you can't go wrong in? Most women do. For a teen-ager it's likely to be a plaid wool, maybe Black Watch, \Vith a hi?h neck and three-quarter puffed sleeves. Conservative and pretty for school or job. A good investment. Come In And Start Your "Braggin' Book" for $1.00 LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY Child Art Studio Blytheville, Ark. Phone 3-8666 Time's Not Refuse HARTFORD, Conn, fcp) — L. M. Greenwood, a plumber, filed a $2.95 claim against the city. That, he charged, is what it cost his business in loss of time when one of his trucks was held up for 30 minutes by a city refuse truck. "The (city) truck," he complained, "was parked squarely in the center of the street while the driver read comic boks." MON'DAY | Circle Five meets at the church, \ 8 p.m. i Circle Six meets with Mrs. J. L. ! Thompson. Jr., 8 p.m. L . Circle .Seven meets with Mrs ; M.ihan Bell, 8 p.m. | Charity Group meets with Mrs. j Jimmy Lee Brooks, 8 p.m. i Mildred Matthew Circle meets ! with Mrs. Elnora Swafford, 7:30 j I p.m. I Rose Marlowe Circle meets with 1 Sirs. Bonnie Eatmon. 7:30 p.m. , Band Parents Club meets at high! t school auditorium, 7:30 p.m. i TUESDAY | State meeting of Eastern Star at; • Masionic Temple at 8 p.m. I Sudbury PTA meeting at school at i '7:30 p.m. Executive board will meet j i at 7 p.m. • j | Annie Armstrong Circle meets i with Mrs. Lucy Koonce. 7:30 p.m. t Love Group meets with Mrs. J. ; P. Garrott, 8 p.m. CIB Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr. Country Club Bridge League meets. Charlevoix Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble for i p.m. luncheon. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. C. E. Crigger. WEDNESDAY Yarbro PTA meeting at 3 p.m., preceded by executive board meet-1 ing at,2:30 p.m. Chapter D PEO meeting at home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. H. H. Houchins will be co-hostess. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Paul Jobe. TLE Bridge Club being entertained at Razorback fay Mrs. W E. Cherry. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. E. J. Cure. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Herb Rhode. THURSDAY Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Altrusa Club meets. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Betty Crocker. FRIDAY Woman's Club having 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Cotillion Club having dance at 9 i p.m., Hotel Noble. Dance will be I preceded by business meeting at • 8 p.m. Mrs. Belknap Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Charlie Belknap of Louisville. Ky.. was honored with a layette shower here Friday night by Miss Marie Harnish and" Mrs. Jim England. ' In the absence of Mrs. Belknap, her mother, Mrs. G. C. Bartholomew, opened her gifts. Refreshments of cake and ice cream were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams spent : the weekend at Humboldt, Tenn., a§ | quests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wil| hams. j Mrs. Clinton Daniels and daugh- • ter Susan are guests of Mr. and Mrs. ! E. H. Cook. Susan who has been ill I is much improved. j Cathy Whiltaker of Wilson l» i cuest of her grandparents, Mr, and ' Mrs. C. G. Whittaker. ! Mrs. Pear! Hill, teacher in Luxora schools, spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Hilton Stephen- I son, and Mr. Stephenson. Mrs. Huffman Honored With Shower Mrs. Chester C. Huffman, the former Betty Jane Metheny, was honored with a miscellaneous drop- in shower at the home of Mrs Florence Hughes Thursday. Refreshments of cake and iced drinks were served from a table overlaid with a linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of fall flowers. Fidelis Class 'Has Meeting Fidelis Class of Trinity Baptist \ Church met at the home of Mrs. Bertha Smith Thursday night (or i a business meeting and election of ] officers. j Mrs. Henry Barry gave the devc- j tional and Mrs. A. D. Priest con! dcted the business session. Mrs. Everett, a former teacher of the class, was presented a gift by the group. She is moving from Blythe- : ville. : Mrs. Everett gave the closing prayer. Tests show tnat trequent cutting of hair will not cause it to grow faster or thicker. Read Courier News Classified Ads. A knitted wool suit is doomed if ' it gets even the smallest mothhole, ; for it's practically Impossible to mend. .For this reason, the minute it gets a spot, especially food, get it cleaned. Nothing attracts the wool- munchers faster than a food spot in wool, Beauty Salon 125 S. First St. Maxine Robinson, Owner & Operator Fail Special! Regular $15.00 "REALISTIC" Cold Wave Phone 3-9689 For Appointment We Welcome All Newcomers . . 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