PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1954 Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor News - Phone 3-4461 Country Club To Observe 'Ladies Day' Mrs. Gran S. Atkinson will .serve as hostess ("hiurmuu lor thf monthly guest day of the Ladies of the Country Club Friday. Bowing ah.o as lionesses will hi.- Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mrs. Charier; gtfer, Mrs, Jit men C. Guard, Mrs HiH'j'y A, Hamcs, Mrs. Eugene F. .Still and Mrs. I-'. E. Ulley. Lunch will be served at 1 o'clock followed by bridge; and canasta games for those who want to play cards. Members may bring guests and It is not necessary to make up a table as players will be available to complete tables. This will be the first affair after the new hostess, Mrs. William II, Cnklwell of Memphis, assumes hei position. Bits of News Mr, unrf Mrs. B. I I i«l«r Mr and Mrs. Lawler of Cooter Celebrate Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lawler of Cooter celebrated their golden wedding anniversary yesterday when their children honored them with a dinner and reception. Mr. and Mrs. Luwler were married in Lexington, Term,, and moved Vo Peiniscot County 35 years ago. The table where the dinner was served was centered with a wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Lawler were presented wtlh a gold clock by their children. Mrs. Lawler wore for the occasion a navy blue faille dress and pinned a bronze mum corsage at her shoulder. Members of the family who were present were Mr. ,and Mrs. D. O, Lawler and family of Canithcni- ville; Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Vandy Ke and family of Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawler and family of Cooter, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Lawler of Steele; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Talfcington and fiiinily of Sleele, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Talking ton and family of Armorel and Mr. and Mrs. Levoyd Morris and family of Steele. Tops For Dress-Up Coming Events MONDAY Executive Board of Christ hi n Women's Fellowship mer-U «L 10.3(1 a.m. nt church. A KcnenU meeting with potlnck supper will be held nt 6 p.m. »t I'.hm-ch. The Blythcvllle Unit of Arkansas Hull-dressers and Cosmetologists meets at Charley's Beauty Shop, 8 p.m. Fidelis Class of, Baptist Church meets nt home of Mrs, Enrl Wnlk- er nt 7:30 p. in. TUI-ISUAY Mrs. Joe Mcllaney entertains the CIB Bridge Club. La J J ctlte Club meets with Mrs, A. H. McMnntis. Country Club Bridge League meets. TrJ-Town Club mods with Mrs. James C. Guard. Mrs, , C. M. Smart entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. R. A. Gary enter in ins Octave Club. NN Bridge Club meets with Miss Betty Neil Holland. Mrs. O. O. Elkijis entertains Tuesday Ciumsta Club. John Murlin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonies meet at 10:30 followed by n politick luncheon in Osceola with Mrs .J. H Hook, Annie ArmAtrnng Circle meets with Mrs, Myrtle Lowe tit 7:30 p. in. WKIJNK.SDAY .iuiKi' P'l'A meets nl 3 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting :!::«), Clmplcr D ol PKO Sisterhood ects \vlth Mrs. J. A- Leech at I p. m. Weslyan Guild (if First Methodist. Churchs meet nt rhurch fit 7 30 p m. Wcdne.sdny Bridge Club meet A with Mrs. \V, J. Polliird. Mrs Sun lord TomUiihon ei\lcr- tiiins the Veiidrriii Bridge Club. .Mrs. W. J. Cupples entertains ihc TLE Bndgt Club nt nnzorbnck. Town and Country Club meets With Mrs. A. G. Hall." TfUJKSDAY Mrs. i.ouis Cherry < v im'rl;iins the id-Wi't'k Club. i Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains the ; Mrs. Tune To Attend Auxiliary Meet Mrs, S. E. Tune will leave tomorrow for Laurel, Miss., where she will attend the executive committee meeting of mUimwl nfiicen; and regional directors of National Association of Junior Auxiliaries. Mi's. Tune is national third vice- president. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Eugene Brown, of Jnnesboro and director of region two of which niytheville is a mtunbcr. At the Hospitals niylhevlllc Hospital Dismissed: Harold C'ro.'i.skno. Rt. 2, city Lureita Jones, Steele Mrs. Fletcher fisher, city Sam Murray, city Mrs. Irene HolIlK, city Jesus Garcia Pert"/,, HI. 2, city Chirk asuwba Hospital Mrs, Tom Bradford, city Mrs, SyMll Helew, city Otis Cote., rity I Mrs. J nnii's Metichem, city Walla UoHpftal Dismissed: Mrs, Johnny Miller, Steele 8174 12-42 By Sue Burnett Here's a charming yet dcliqht- fully .simple frock for special occasions. Sew it in monotone or with a rich loce bodice. Pattern No. 8174 is m si/.cs 12. 14, 16, in, 20; 40. W. Size H, monotone short sir-eves, 3' 2 yards; of 35 or 39-inch. j For this pattern, send 3Qc in '•. COINS, your name, address, si/e ! desired, and the PATTKRN NUM-' BER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville; Courier News, 372 W. Quincy j Street, Chicago 6, 111. \ The latest issue of Basic FASH-: ION — fall and winter '54 — is! colorful, stimulating and n com- i plete guide in wardrobe planning j for a new season. 25 cents per \ copy — send for it now. La Nucve Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs, OracR Clarlwcll. OEO Club meets with Mrs. Joe McHaney. Mrs. Charles A (flick (Wte.iUtna entertains the KibiUer Club. Mrs. Mike Meroney entertains Chilllon Club. Duplicate Bridge Leagiifi meets. FltlDAV Mrs,, Lloyd Whlltaker entertain* Friday Contract Club. Country Club Ladies Guest- Day Luncheon, 1 p. tn. SATURDAY Country Club having buffet supper parly. DullctUc Bridge League meets. Miss Nancy Damon had as her guest yesterday Gary Cooper of Cape Otrardcau. DoriB Cooper, who had been the guest of Miss Damon for the past two weeks, returned home with her brother. Guests of Mrs. Lucy Goody and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joyner and .son, Herbert Lee, yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chamberlain and Mr. ami Mrs, David Goody of Memphis. They came especially to ;;ee their brother, A. K, Goody of California, who is visiting here. Jim Bedwell spent the week end in Memphis as Kiiest of his par(Mils, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bedwell. Mrs. Dorothy Ray, Mre. Eric iiy and Mrs. Raymond Whittle left this morning for Fort Smith, Ark., where they will meet Mrs. Dorothy Ray's husband, Sgt, Lloyd Ray, who has just returned from an 18 months tour of duty in Korea, Mrfi. Gnston Brown and daughter. Jeuunotte, of Risco, were the weekend guests of Mrs. Brown's sister. Mrs. R. V. Mnllory, Mr. Mallory and daughters. Mr. mid Mrs. Billy Joe Nelson announce the birth of a .son Friday at , the Blytheville Hospital. The baby has been named Rilly Joe, Jr. Mrs. Nelson is the former Miss Lurlene Hattey. Mrs. Jim Rcileson spent Friday night, in Purugotild as yiiest of Mr. and Mrs. Jones Home. Mrs. Hole- son find Mr. ami Mrs. Home were In Little Hock Saturday to attend the football game. Mr. and Mrs. Home rnolnvetl Mrs. Roleson home yesterday and were overnight guests ol Mrs. Roleson, Mr. Role- sun jiml son, Bueky. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., a re spending several days In Chicago on bii.sine.ss. Mrs. George T. Anderson and infant .son, George Thomas, Jr., are now at. the home of Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Fred Bean, at 700 Indiana. Robert M. Cherry of Schenecta- (iy, N. Y., returned to his borne, today after having spent the past several clays hore as guest of his brother, J. Louis Cherry, and Mrs. Cherry. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Schell of Cambridge, Intl., are the guests of Mrs. SchcH's mother. Mrs. Edna Baker, and other rein Lives. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Goodman have hud as their guest the past week Mr. Goodman's .sister. Mrs. Shirley Whitney, of Bun Pedro. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman motored Mrs. WhUitcy to Caruthers- vilte yv.sterihiy where she will visit her pin-outs. Mr, and Mrs. E. D. Goodman. They wen; uccompiinied by Mr. anil Mrs. H. O, Milton and children. While there they visited Mrs. Goodman's and Mrs. Milton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Cullum. Mr. Cullum accompanied them homo to spend several days, Mr. iind Mrs, R. A. Friend of Oxford. Miss., announce the birih of a daughter Friday. The baby, who has been named Ml.schu Anne. has a brother, Michael Allen. Mr. j imd Mrs. J. P. Friend, Judge C. A. Cunningham and Mr. ami Mrs. J. O. Henry and .son. Jimmy, were in Oxford over the weekend to visit Mrs. Friend and infant daughter, Michael Allen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend home ! for nn extended visit. j Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Wolsey have! CLASSIC SKIRT — The slim skirt cut on classic lines is a fashion must on the campus again this fall. This skirt, in a flecked tweed, is an Evan-Picone design. Hand-stitched detailing gives ii look of luxury; belt aids smooth waistline fit. Marriage L icens& A marriage license was ob- ineii by the tallowing couple from he county clerk: Jpsc- Vega Ledisma .of Harlingen, 'ex.. and Marina Lucercia of San Benilo, Tex, •eturned from St. Louis and Crysal City, where they spent a week situiK friends and relatives. Mrs. Churles Alford left today or El Dorado, where she will at- end 'he Arkansas Division of the United Daughters of Confederacy nveiiUon. Mrs. Alford is state ctmiuiK secretary. Mr. find Mrs. C. E. Edds left othiy for Chicago, where they will visit their son, Edward Edds, and family. Mrs. Dick White and children are spending several days In Marlanna with Mis. White's mother, Mrs. C. E. DiiME-ett. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Hanna of Nob.lc. 111., .and Mrs. Kate Foster of Wynne. Ark., were the weekend guests ol Mr. end Mrs. Garth Castillo. Mrs. Harold Wood and son. Bruce, .left today for Cleveland, Miss., \vhcre they will visit Mrs Wood's aunt, Mrs. R. C, Malone. Jiidyc and Mrs. Roy Hnrper and children of St. Louis are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Palloway had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mva, John Fontenot and dnughter, Chiirlolte, and Mrs. Falloway's mother, Mrs. W. A. Pair- eU. and her sister, MVP. Leo Fon- lenot, and children, of Kinder, La. Mr. find Mrs. T. C. Hopper and children spent the weekend in Tal- Inlah. La., where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ladd. For Gats LAST T1MK8 TONIGHT Need A Shampoo? If you are one of the first two people to CALL 2-2547 You will Be Given A FREE SHAMPOOS, SET At Mary's Beauty Shop 1505 W. Ash St. """ KAN SIMMONS • VICTOR MATURE GENE TIERNEY • MlCKAfl WILDING 8ELIA OARVI- PETER USTINOV ind EDMUND PUROOM '')'; ] "~'l & ii ! ** ^ - ' on-tne-goi How wonderful this PAUL SACHS creation looki... with ils bat fii and wide rolled collar... NOTCHED hip pockets and slim skirt with 4-gore back for walking ease. Mauve, charcoal, brown, loail, aquatile, Oxford or blue... Sizes 10 to 20 . , . Dartcresl rayon and acetate wonder fobricl MOX -THEATRE- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ... . QOLDEN «BOMB3 Of The Ju —AND— ALSO CARTOON TUES-, & WED. Uoublc Featuro ; BURT LANCASTER a. » IKHNKMM nWARNIR BROS. 6VRON HASKIN • WARNER BROS —AND— Let Teenagers Earn Their Own Spending Money When youngsters get into their teens their need for money becomes acute. The allowance is often not enough to take care of their numerous needs. It's not a b:ul idea to let a child work for -some of the extra money he wants. Perhaps this will help him understand that cash doesn't grow on hushes, nor does it just appear in dad's pocket or mother's purse. But paid jobs at home need to be carefully handled. They must be real work — not just something manufactured to give the child the fpeliiiR of working. You can't fool ii child. He knows whether what he's doing is worthwhile or not, If you can manage, the job you (rive your tecn-tigcr should be Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio Hl.vlheville Po. 3-8UB6 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission tnc & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ELEAWR CHAKiltyJ I RARKER-HESTON IN PAKAMOUNTS tnmciMng that you would hire someone on the outside to do, "K you wint to do It, I'll give you the money Instead of paying 8o-and-Bo to do 11." In thc'se days of apartment living it isn't alwayti easy to Hnd real jobs. If you live In the suburbs or in the country, there's seldom a lack of Jobs. The cellar needs cleaning, the garbage pails should be cleaned and painted with aluminum paint, the garage needs reorganizing, the windows need washing, maybe a room or a piece ot lurniture needs painting. When there are younger children in the family, baby sluing may be a real job. Pay a reasonable rate, either by the hour or by the job. Offer a little help, or a little know-how if necessary, but in general don't supervise too much and don't pitch in and let the childd watch you •!(> it and then collect his wages. A job that's paid for should not be something the child should do anyway. Children should grow up with a sense of belonging to the family and of doing certain things about the home, simply because they are members of the family. Don't pay a child for making his bed, keeping his room in order or helping with the dishes. These are routine things of every day life that everyone must do to make family living run smoothly. It you begin paying for the things any member of a group should contribute willingly without compensation, you soon find that the child has little consideration lor others. Not long ago I was having tea with a friend out in her garden. I The sun went under and it became chilly. My friend asked her son to go in and get her a jacket. The boy said he'd do it for a nickel. Don't pay for the courtesies of life. And don't pay for getting good grades at school or brushing teeth or taking a bath. You can buy work, but you cannot buy good will and consideration and personal Integrity. Sally Orchard, the Calamity Jane of New Mexico, was a stagecoach driver. SWORD OF BUNKER HILL POT LUCK SUPPER Masonic Temple Tonight . . 7:30 PM AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for KHz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY : JOHN PAYNE -UZABl SCOTT- DAN DURlfEA r SILVER LODE j ¥Mwweoa*<>. [ Paramount Newi and Selected Shorri TUESDAY ONLY REVEALING! PLUS SELECTED SHORTS OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Program PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS * UNWSSAl IMEKNMKMl PIClUSi METRO NEWS TL'ES.. WBI).. A THURS. 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