The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1954 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1954 Society News — llorv. Socifitv Editor • Phoi HIM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Country Club Bridge League Conducts Game Th« Country Club Duplicat, Bridge conducted a seven tubl Mitchell movement last night. North and South . winners wer Mr«. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Jim Bole •on, first 98!4 points and Mrs. F B. Black and Harry W. atnes, seconc' with 96 points. There was a tie for third plac between Mrs. Henry Humphrey.' Mrs. H. C. Sims. Mrs. Ruth Eleano Alflkk and Jim Roleson who ha< 87 points. East and West winners were Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Frank Nelson first with 96 points; Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. T. 1. Barnes, sec on<S with 89>,i points, and Loui Lynch and Mrs. Lynn Brown, third with 86 W points. A masterpoint game will be co ducted next week. Sorority Has Program in Home Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs Roland Bishop last night. Miss Billie Sue Burks was co-hostess. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the opening rltua and Mrs. Jack Owen presided over the business session. Report* were given by several officers and Mrs. Bishop gave a talk on programs throughout the year The closing ritual was repeated ant refreshments were served by the hostesses. Past Patrons And Matrons Have Dinner Mrs. R. A. Copelitnd and Mrs Raleigh Sylvester entertained the Past Patrons and Matrons with a potluck supper at the Masonic Social Hall Monday night. The table from which the Rucsts were served was centered with an arrangement of snapdragons and roses in a crystal urn. The indi vidual tables were centered with snapdragons. Mrs. Copeland presided over the business session iind the remainder of the evening was spent In ploylnp; rook with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ebercit winning high and Mrs. B. B. WIN •on, rooko. Wonder Half-Size Classic By Sue Burnett Heres 1 the type of frock that will be a constant companion right through till spring. A special design for the shorter figure. Pattern No. 8177 is in sizes 12 1 -., 14&, 16&, 18',4, 20!;., 221-2. 24»/2. Size 14%. short sleeve, 3! 8 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, BIytheville Courier News, . 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, ni. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. HALLOWEEN QUEEN — Miss Betty Gail Speck, daughter of Mrs. Mary Francis Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, was crowned queen of the Shawnee High School Halloween carnival last week. Shelby Jean Speck, daughter of Mrs. Jim Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, was junior queen. DellWSCS Has Meeting At Church Twdnty-one members oE the Dell Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church Monday night. Mrs. Dave Cranford was in charge of the program and tho.se tnking part were Mrs. B. D. Keener, Mrs. E. C. Goaa and Mrs. L. M. Moody. Mrs. D. Wells gave the scripture reading and organ selections were played by Mrs. Charles Kennett. The business session was presided over by Mrs. R. 6. Edwards. Mrs. Marguerite Partin was a guest of the group. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Noble Gill and Mrs. Bill Kcrnor. La Petite Club Is Entertained 3y Mrs. Usrey Mrs. Max O. Usrey entertained La Pntlte Club at the Country Club yesterday when she had as her guests, Mrs. Jerry Hard and Mrs. iliirry Hardley. Fall flowers were used to center ,he tables where the niiesLs were seated. Winners were Mrs. A. H. McManus, high, and Mrs. Bnullcy, second high. Preceding the bridge games, a drs-'icrt course was served. Mrs. Reid Has Tuesday 3ridge Club Mrs. Mnx Held entertained ncmbers of the Tiiesdny Brldito Club yesterday. She hiul us her Rllesl Mrs. Rnhcrt Killliin. A i' r n n [; e m e n t s of chrysanthemums were used (n rtoro- rnte the entcrtulnhiR rooms of Iho Held home, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon won hlftli in the brldse Riimes, Mrs. Jesse Tnylor won second high nnd Mrs Clmrles CriRKi-r won brldso. Preceding the games, n dessert 'our.se was served. Quality Brick 3-Bedrooms Solilmn Is a honir like this one nt 10-10 \V. Ash St. put on tin- market, slurp It u:is built tn owner's sporinrallons fnr his permanent home. Only first B rade materials were used In rnnstrurtlon. Lnrsc (15x2-1) living room, dining room and entrance hall are rar- petcil wall tn wall. Kitchen Is complete with r,E dishwasher and disposal). OK automatic baseboard heat. Has naraRe, screened porch, breakfast room and many other desirable features not found in a house built by a speculative builder. The owners really want to sell now, so call for an appointment to see this homo. Bridge and Canasta Party Sponsored by (he Catholic Ladies Catholic Hall NOY. 4 — 8:00 P.M. Handsome Prizes Admission $1.00 For Reservations Phone t Mrs. G. 0. Poelz 3-6851 or Mrs. Frank Wapner 3-6217 Circles Hold Meetings in Members Homes Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist, Church met at the home of Mrs. H. W. Woolen Monday afternoon with 19 members and one visitor present. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. Woolen. Mrs. C. E. Parks gnvc the devotional and the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Herman Adair. Mrs. David Gaddis was hostess to members of the Mildred Matthew Circle Monday night. There were 12 members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. CleLus Hudson and Mrs. Ernest Walker presided over the business session. Devotional waa given by Mrs. Qaddis and Mrs. L. D Marr dismissed Ihe group with prayer. Marion Cook Circle met with Miss Berntce Overman Monday night with four members and one visitor present. Miss Donna Bohannon opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Miss Overman. A business session was presided over by Mrs. Lois Gestrin^ and Mrs. Freddy Pierce dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. C- S. Birmingham was hostess to the Annie Armstrong Circle last night. Repeating of the wlitchword opened the meeting nnd Mrs. Laueim Everett led the group in prayer. The business session .was conducted by Mrs. P. L. Wicker and Mrs. Howard Caldwcll taught the mission study and gave the devotional. Tlic group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Birmingham. At the conclusion of each meeting, hostesses served refreshments. Tri-Town Club Conducts Game In Whitis Home The Tri-Town Club met at the home of Mrs. Newton Whitis yesterday ftfl-crnoon. Guests of the proup were Mrs. Colcmnn Stevens, Mrs. R. E. Orcen, Mrs. Jnck Cuadra and Mrs. Bob Wfirren. Dried n u t u in n arrangements iverc used throughout, the entertaining rooms, Winners In the , bridge gnmefi were Mrs. Stevens, high, Mrs. 3ob Wnrrrn, second high, and Mrs. Cuiiclni bridge. A salad course was served at ,he conclusion of the games. j At The Hospitals BlytlicvHle Hospital Dismissed: Harold Harry, Number Nine Danny Loe McOuirt, Luxor a Oh Irk lisa wba Hoapitnl Dismissed: Mrs. Norrlfi Decantur, city Clark Long, city Dnrrell Gray, city Beverly Quick, city Mrs. Molly Mannuel, city Mrs. Curl Hlockurd, city Mrs. Luther Gyngard, Leacbvllle Read Courier News Classified Ads. CITIZENSHIP W I N N E E — Clementine Gentry, daughter of MrH. Joe Gentry, has been mmied by the student body and fiiculty of Luxora High School DAR good citi'/.ensbip girl of 1954-55. Miss Gentry played girls basketball three years in Junior and three years in senior high school. She has been a cheerleader, treasurer of the FHA, president of her class In the 10th grade, secretary in the llth grade. Worthy Advisor in the Rainbow Girls »nd secretary of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Coming Events Thursday The Mary-Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet with Mrs. W. L. Ferguson, 528 N. W. Pnrkwoy, at 7 p.m. Miss Marie Harnish is co-hostess. Mrs. Sally Freeman has ChilUon Club. Thursday Olub meets with Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. N. G. Jerome entertain! La Nueve Club. Mrs. Alex Curtis has Kibitzer Club. Duplicn te Bridge League has meeting. Mrs. Chester Caldwcll entertains Thursday Contract Club. Mid-Wcck Club meets with Mrs. Harry W. H allies. I-Ylday NALC Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertains Friday Contract Club. Blyl.hevilli" Garden Club meets at 2:30 . Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb is in charge of program and Mrs. JE. Hiil-sell will hold a workshop on curwiye making Chapter N PEO meets with Mrs Alvin Huffman, Jr., at 2 p.m. World Community Day will be observed at First Methodist Church by Dlylhcvllle Council of Church Women beginning at 2 p.m. Yarbro Annual Harvest Supper at Yarbro Club House from 5 to 8 p.m. University Club meets at Hotel S'oble. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and Mi 1 , and Mrs. Evcret Peterson. A business meet- ng will be held at 8:00 p.m. If you'd like to add a drop of your own scent to your clothes when ironing them, simply ndd some of your favorite cologne to your steam-iron. Make sure your cologne has an nlcohol base, though, because and oil-based scent will stnin your clot lies. A cotton-quilted housecoat is fine for winter. But Inive It dry-cleaned or you'll find your floor-long ther is a KhorUe, with sleeves and waist to match. THE BARE AND THE BEAUTIFUL UUR5C Just one Ffwgre circlet of a strap k afl you need and all you wont. H couldn't be jnore flattering. H couldn't be more important as a fashion. Gunmetal Kid Brown Sued* Black Suede 9.95 I (AJe&tbroolt A FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. 2-2342 Eastside Garden Club Meets The Eastslde Garden Club met at the home ol Mrs. R. A. Cope- Walter RoKcnlhal returned yesterday from a business trip to St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harrison and Mrs, FJdith Blackwell of Memphis were here Monday for the birthday o( Mrs. A. M. R. Branson. Mrs. Blackwell is a sister of Mrs. Branson and Mrs. Harrison Is her niece. Another sister of Mrs. Branson, Mrs. Pearlc Jenkins, of Memphis was also here, Mrs. W. H. Baker has returned from a visit to Missouri and Kansas. Mrs. U. S, Branson and Louis Lynch were in Memphis over the weekend to attend the production of "The King and I". Mrs. I. R. Johnson is spending several days In Memphis visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. A. L. Lewis of Hallwood, Va., arrived Monday morning by plane to spend the winter months with her daughter, Mrs. George D. Pollock, and Mr. Pollock. Lark Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curti-ss Anderson, was returned to his home yesterday after having been a patient in Campbell's Clinic In Memphis. Lark fell several days ago and broke his arm. Mrs. O. O. Stires and Mrs. Janie Ross have returned from Little Rock where they attended the Arkansas Hairdressers Convention and style show. Mrs. George McLeod, Mrs. I. D. McOcrmotl, Mrs. Calvin Harrington, Mrs. George Harrington and Mrs. Roe Karnes of Memphis were in Kefser Sunday to attend the funeral services of T. J. Harrington, Mrs. A. J. H. Reed of West Palm Beach, Pla.. Is the guest of her son, Max Reed, and Mrs. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Reed will motor his mother to Jackson, Term., Sunday where she will visit relatives before returning to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gurley announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, this morning at Chlck- asawba Hospital. The baby, who has a sister, Galla Ann, has been named Patricia Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sefers of 317 Holland are the parents of a daughter born last night at the Chlckasawba Hospital. The baby, the couple's first child, has been named Pamela Denlse. Mrs. L; F. May had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Darr and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jennings of Caraway. Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter, Melba, spent the weekend In Mansfield, Ark., where they visited Mrs. Pryor's father, C. E. Seemnn. Mrs. Clyde Galnes and Miss Rachel Gnlnes spent yesterday in Memphis shopping. Mrs. Clair Miller, Mrs. Lester Gibson, Mrs Ophelia Boyd, Mrs. Charlie. Johnson, Mrs. Jane Miller, Mrs. Wanda Green, Mrs. Minnie Whitworth, Mrs. Dorothy Drewery and Mrs. Bailey Tarplcy have returned from Little Rock, where they attended the Arkansas Hairdressers Convention. Mrs. Johnson was elected state chaplain. Fashion still means a lot to someone confined to bed in a hospital or at home. Short frilly nighties are more comfortable gifts than ankle- length ones. A pink bed jacket, with matching lipstick in the pocket, is nice. Not often remembered for the home convalescent is a pillowslip in a new, becoming pastel color. land yesterday with 16 members and one guest, Mrs. Maude Cassidy. present. Mrs, B, A. Bugg opened the meeting with a poem, "Together," and presided over the business session when reports were given on the workshop held Oct. 14 and a report and outline on the yearbook was given by Mrs. Earl Damon. The program was uncjer the direction of Mrs, Dave Abbott and those taking part were Mrs. Mike Buchanan and Mrs. W. L. Anderson. In the Autumn Bounty arrangements, winners were Mrs. Buchanan, first, Mrs. W. L. Smith, second, Mrs. Charles Abbott, third, and Mrs. A. D. Priest, honorable mention. Winners in the centerpiece arrangements were Mrs. Smith, first, Mrs. W. T. Metxger, second, and Mrs. Abbott, third. George Muir served as judge. Plans for the December meeting were made and at that time a luncheon and Christmas Program will be held. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostess served refreshments. Ruth Mlllett Ask Yourself Not Your Boss A boss, speaking to a group of women attending a convention of the National Secretaries Association, advised them that they should occasionally ask the boss "Is there anything more I should be doing?" It would have been beter advice if he had told them to ask themselves that question — instead of putting it to the boss—and If the world "could" have been substituted for "should." When we ask another person if there is anything we can do or if there is anything MORE we can do, the answer is rarely a constructive suggestion. Yet by offering to do something or to do something more we fee! mighty pleased with ourselves. After all, we've offered; we've showed our willingness to be more helpful. What more can we be expected to do? But If instead of asking someone else. "What can I do?" or "What more can I do?" we ask the question of ourselves, we can usually come up with more than one constructive answer. For we can see what needs to be done. We know what we haven't done that we could do and we, beter than anyone else, know what our capabilities are. So whether you want to be more useful to a boss, more helpful to a friend, or a beter wife—the question should be "Is there anything more I COULD be doing?" But you don't put the question to your boss, or to your friend or to your husband. You put it to yourself, if you really want an answer instead of the reassurance that nothing more is needed from you. When you drop your lipstick case on a dirty floor, don't.waste time •fretting. Simply head for the nearest supply of soap and water and rinse it off. After a thorough cleansing and polishing with a dry tissue, the case will look even better. The 4000-year-old palace of King Minos was as large as London's Buckingham Palace. It was located at Cnossus. 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