The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 8, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1954 - Society News - I. Inn Mollriru Snr-ietv Rdl'tnr • PhO Kin Millie Ann M&llory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 M •$ Trieschmann Honored Over Weekend with Parties A November bride-elect, Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann, was honored with several colorful parties over the weekend. Amid * »etUng of musical notes, pianos, harps, banjos, and masses of white, flowers, Mrs. W. C. Higginson, Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Mrs. toy Welch. Mrs. Max B. Reid, Mrs. R. 0. Allen uid Mrs. Lloyd Whit- Ulcer ent«rt»lne<5 with a tea-shower at the Hlgjinson home Saturday afternoon. Th« receiving line wat composed at Miss Trieschmann. who wore a tu jown of wine with princess lln*«, low scooped neck and push up ileeves, Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann, the bride-elect's mother, wore a black taffeta tea gown. Mrs, Higginson greeted her guests waring a gray and whit* taffeta tint and Mrs. Reid wore royal blue taffeta trimmed in black. Mn. Whlttaker was gowned In a fray taffeta with beaded trim. A purple taffeta with low neck and tequln trim wa* chosen by Mrs. Welch. Mri. Henderson wore a winter blue crepe with rhlnestone trim and Mr«. Allen chose a winter white tttpe with a silk fringe stole. White carnation corsages backed with silver musical notes were worn by the honoree, her mother and the hostesses. White Pianos The tea table was overlaid with a linen cutwork cloth and centered with a tiered arrangement of white pianos, silvered banjos and harps banked with masses or white rosebuds. The base was surrounded with •liver Irlngett. A silver candelabra, holding white tapers sprayed in silver glitter stood at the side of this arrangement and a bridal doll of white maline, satin, velvet and silver lace stood at the other. Garlands of silver greenery were UKd around the table. White chry- •anthemums were used throughout the entertaining rooms. The honoree wa* presented a co- Tops For Half-Sizers lonial bedspread in a silver-wrapped package tied with a whit* satin bow nestled in silver maline by her hostesses. Deftserl-Bridff Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., Mrs. Harold A. Davis, Mrs. James Vest, Mrs. Herman Besharse and Mrs. Fred Sandefur entertained Friday night with a dessert-bridge at the Hotel Noble. The Individual tables where the guests were seated were centered with white chrysanthemums nettled in pink maline ruffles. On the refreshment table was an arrangement of white chrysanthemums flanked by a miniature bride and groom. Miss Trieschmann wore for the occasion a black wool dress with black accessories and was presented a chrysanthemum corsage and silver in her pattern by her hostess. Winners in bridge games were Miss Barbara Monaghan, high, Mrs. Bill Jontz, second high and Ml«s Ramon* Crafton, bridgo. A linen shower was given in Kennett Saturday morning at the home of Mrs, Hirry E. .Goddard when the hostesses were Mr«. L. E. Baker, Mrs. Paul Story and Mrs. Goddard. Guests were the elementary and junior high school teachers ol Kcnnett. Bridal Centerpiece The mantle of the entertaining room held a. bridal party under a arch of white styrofoam. White satin streamers extended from the members of the bridal party to the table where the gifts were displayed. A large whit* bell covered with ruffles of yellow tulle was suspended from the ceiling and yellow pompoms were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Corsages of yellow mums were presented Miss Trlcschmann and Mrs. Trleschmann. Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mrs. Bob Blodgett and Mrs. Dan Blodgctl were hostesses for R dessert-bridge at the home of Mrs. Dan Blodgett'B Saturday night. Budvnses holding white mums centered the tables where the guest), were seated and the place cards were a bride and groom. The groom wore a high silk hat and the bride a white not veil. The bride-elect's table was centered with a miniature bride and groom and the dining table was centered with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums and a miniature bride and groom. White mum corsages were presented Miss Trieschmann and Mrs. Trleschmann and a pottery chafing dish \vns also presented the honoree by her hostesses. Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs. Trleschmann were winners in the bridge Ramcs. University Club Entertained at Hotel Noble Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson entertained the University Club it Hotel Noble Saturday night. The evening was spent in dancing and at midnight refreshments were served from a table centered with an arrangement of asters. Out-of-town guests were Bill Robblns of Steele, Miss Nancy Hughes of Memphis, Charles Rose of Roseland and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cassidy of New Orleans. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger, III, Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Regenold, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nunn, Mr. and Mrs. John Cocke, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gean Trotter, Mr. and Mrs. George Green, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Conner Tnylov, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mosley. Charles Moore and Miss Barbara Monaghan. By Sue Burnett Here Ig a handsome all occasion frock — a special design for the woman who is not so tall. Note the clever sideswept detail. Pattern No. 8179 is in sizes I2"j. l4Vfe, 151/2. 18 l i, 20 l ,b. 22'j, 2*1,3. Size H'i, 4 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago 6, 111. The latest issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '5-1 — is colorful, stimulating and R complete guide in wardrobe planning for a new season, 25 cents per copy — send for it now. Parents Night To Be Held by High School PTA The High School Parent-Teachers Association will hold parents night at the school auditorium tonight at 7:30. Music will be furnished by the high school choirs under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry and members of the board of education will conduct a panel discussion. There will be no executive board or business meeting and following the discussion the group will nd- Journ to the home rooms of their children to meet the teachers. Coming Events MONDAY Circle Five Mrs. George Dllla- hunty, Yarbro at 8 p. m. and Circle Six Mrs. B. A. Bugg. 2007 Cliiclcasawba, 8 p. m. Co-hostess arc Mrs. W. C. Leggett and Mrs. Mnrlc Burns. High School PTA meets at school at 7:30 p. m. for parents' night. Bandmother's Club meets at 7:30 p.m. It is Fathers' night. TUESDAY Delta Kappa Gamma meeting at Dixie Pig at 7:30 p. m. Miss Alice Mnrle Ross and Miss Minnie Foster, hostesses. Charlevolx Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble, 1 p. m. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. Marlon Williams are hostesses. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has model, meeting at Mrs. Ray Harrison, N. Franylln, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Ben Abbott Is co- hostess. Love Group of First Christian Church meets with Mrs. George Cross, 8 p. m. Annie Armstrong of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Lauena Everett. Mrs. F. E. Utlcy entertains La I'ctltc Club. NN Bridge Club meets with Miss Mellm Pryor. Mrs. Garth Castile entertains Octave Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. Mrs. Gene Tcnford has Trl-Town Club. Country Club Bridge League mccls. WKnNKSDAY Slldbury PTA meets at school at 3 p. m. Executive Board meets 2:30 p. m. Chapter D. PEO Sisterhood mccls with Mrs. E. F. Still, Mrs. C. S. Stevens Is co-hostess. Mrs Gilbert Smytho entertaining TLE Bridge Club with dinner party at 1 p. m, Wednesday Bridge Club meets With Mrs. Charlie Rose. Mrs. Loy Welch entertains Club Eight. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. C. C. Smith. THURSDAY Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Leslie Moore, 6:30 p.m. Trinity Lotliu Moon YWA meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kibitzer Club. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. Bridge League Ends Six Week's Series . Blytheville's Duplicate Bridge League conducted a five-table Howell movement Saturday to end i six-week series. Winners were Mrs. B. A. Lynch ind Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, first with 68 points, and Mrs. O. W. Mc- :utchen and Mrs. Jim Roleson, iecond with 60 points. Mrs. Prank Qrigsby. Mrs. F. W. Whitner, Mrs. Georgia Bailey, Mrs. A. H. McManus, Mrs. Arnold Miller and Mrs. Ross Moore were In third place with SaVa points. Series winners were Mrs. Jenkins first with a 64 percentage, Mrs. W. D. Chamblln. second with 56.8 percent, Mrs. Lynch, third with 56.6 percent, and Mrs. Roleson, fourth with a 55.8 percentage. The league will not conduct a game Thursday due to a tournament in Memphis. GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Olnn of Rives, Mo., yesterday ctlebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at their home in Rives. The couple has lived in Southeast Missouri for more than 25 years. (Courier News Photo) Choose Shoes For Support When it comes to classifying teen-agers who mistreat their feet, two definite types can be found in any group of girls. The first type Is the moccasin fan, or ballet slipper lover. This girl likes shoes that provide lots of comfort, but no support. She doesn't mind looking sloppy as long as she can shuffle along In loose, Ill-fitting shoes. She doesn't realize that if her shoes don't provide the support needed, her whole foot Is thrown out of line. She may offer her school wardrobe with its casual sport clothes as an excuse for wearing these shoes. But. even with sports clothes, the correct shoe Is a flat heel, bill one that's not too low. The best height for flat shoes Is from one- half to three-quarters Inch. The other "cruel-to-feet" type Is the girl who Insists upon wearing high heels, the highest she can find. It's Impossible for any girl to balance herself on such high pinpoints. You probably have a friend who's Just discovered high heels and wears them to every party and dance. Struggling to gain her balance, she is the best example of poor posture (due to Incorrect shoes) you could find. As far as flattery is concerned, the mld-hlgh pump Is just as good looking as the spike heel and'twice as healthful for your feet and posture. The height of this pump Is any- whore from l-wo to two and a half inches. This height Is Ideal for school or dress and Is beneficial to good posture. The lall teen-ager, in particular, looks morn graceful in mid-high heels, rather than flats, which only- serve to call attention to her height anywuy. Mary Hatflcld. GEO Club meets with Mrs. W. H. O'Kcefe. Mrs. Leonard Oldham entertains La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. C. G. Caudlll enlcrlains Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY Friday Club meets with Mrs. Bob Lonim. Mrs. George Anderson entertains Vendrcdt Bmlge Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Alrs. Law A Good Wife Must Be Able to V\ake Decisions Being a good wile floes not mean always letting a man have his own way. The woman who always tells her h u sba n d "whatever you. want to do Is a-1 right with me' may think she Is being a good wife but she is really setting out to become n nobody. She not only forces her husband to make all the decisions, and set all the standards for living, Which Is a bigger Job than most men want, she, at the same time, shrugs off all responsibility when things go wrong or don't turn out as they should. She can always say, "It was your idea" or "I was afraid it wouldn't work—but I didn't want to say so" or "I thought you knew what you were doing." By avoiding the responsibility for making decisions nnd taking at least part of the blame for failures, she is also avoiding the responsibility for growing and learning. And she certainly must be dull to live with—the woman who never wnnU to lend the way but is always willing to follow. However, should her husband grow bored with her, or become completely selfish, or start treating her with litle respect, she can al- Need A Shampoo? If you are one of the first two people to CALL 2-2547 You will Be Given A FREE SHAMPOO & SET •At Mary's Beauty Shop 1505 \V. Ash St. This is "APPRECIATION WEEK" at the Rustic Inn SPECIALS One-half full 2 Ib. Fried Chicken Sl.OO Fried Bullcrfl.v ".lumlio" Shrimp. Is dot Sl.OO Fried Oysters, extra select. '4 dm ....Sl.OO The above entrees Include French Fried I'otatoes. Cole. Slaw Salad. Hot Kails, and Butter. THE RUSTIC INN SARASOTA, FLORIDA Where Summer Spends the Winter Every day h a fun-filled day at tunny Saratota! Winter home of the Greatest Show on Earth — Ringlinj Brothers — Barnum & Saihj Circus, Boston Red Sox spring training, Ringling Museum or Art, jungle garden!, sandy bcochei and fabulous fishing. Yes, you will enjoy eventful, exciting Saratota — dov o«d night! OPEN DECEMBER 1 TK« S«r«wt« Ttn«c« «MM fmnt •• rlorvvfl s raMOMs r* CM Cootf — fwimmiftf fool, tnuffWbonrd coitttt, •xcclkiit dining and c<»ck- of LM* Mock, lobby Jofwi foH cwn«, mclMdiftf hot trantpoit*- 'Southern Hospitality" SAKASOTA TtKKACt, P. 0. lo» 172C, Phom Kinglttn 2-0421, SAKASOTA, FIA. "Bobby, Will You Marry Me When You "Not Unless You Promise to Send My Shirts to Blytheville Laundry/' Men's shirts keep looking like bmnd-ncw for months and months and months when we do 'em—because we are so CAREFUL! Try us! You will like our work. CALL 3-4418 LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Why those motorcycle belts? A woman with a slim enough waist is so slim all over that it doesn't emphasize anything; a woman with pleasing roundness looks like a sausage strangled in the middle. Too wide is just too, wide. You can sugar doughnuts quite easily by placing them In a paper bag. Add a small amount of powdered sugar and shake the bag gently for a few seconds. A black slip may turn slightly brownish after several washings. You can counteract this, however, by adding plenty of bluing in the rinse waters. ways console herself, with the alibi that everything she ever did was Lo please her husband. The fact that he Isn't pleased proves to her that he's a brute. Any woman whose automatic response to any question that comes up is "Whatever you want to do is all right with me" should make sure she really means what she says. Chances are what she means is "You decide—and then I won't have any responsibility for the outcome." Bits of News l \ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker were In Jortesboro yesterday to attend the wedding of Miss Greta Jane Wayland and John Trout, Jr., at the Firsl Methodist Church. Mrs. Fletcher Wilson underwent surgery at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis Saturday. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory. She is in Room 5. Miss Mary Lou Mahon of Evansville. Ind. ,was the weekend guest of Misses Martha and Arita Ash-j ford. They were .roommates at the University of Iowa this summer. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies were 1 the weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Gahan in Perryville, Mo. Judy Rushing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs .Allen Rushing, and who was stricken with polio last Saturday, was removed to the Children Convalescent Center in -Jacksonville yesterday. < Mrs. F. G. Reichel left yesterday for Dallas, Tex., on a business trip. Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Edwards arrived Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Edwards' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stevens, Sr., and her brother, John Stevens, Jr., and family and Mr. Edwards' sister, Mrs. Harvey Kldd. and Dr. Kidd. Mrs. Lee Stiles, Mrs. Mary Scrape and Mrs. Leslie Moore returned Saturday from Washington, D. C., where they were delegates to the National Home Demonstration Club Council. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cassidy of New Orleans were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, Rube Carson. Mrs. W. L. Homer spent the weekend in Memphis with her Last Times Tonight! BENGAL BRIGADE In Technicolor Starring BOCK ARLENG HUDSON & DAHL Co-Slarring Ursula Thiess Hand Painted Oil Miniatures '$4.95 The Child Art Studio Blythevllle Ph. 3-8G66 At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Foy Burleson, City Mrs. Hillard Hamm, City Mrs. Bobby Rounsavall and baby, City Julian Perry, City Mrs. Ira Gray, City Chiekasawba Hospital Dismissed: Roger Quick, City Mrs. Rose Lone. Carydon, Ind. Mrs. Jimmy Lee and baby, P*« ducah, Ky. Mrs. Charlie Sefers and baoy, Holland Mrs. Leslie Lancaster. City Mrs. Mami Ftitziuj, City Ricky Stiles, City Clarence Bradley, City Donna Paye Jarred, Steele Mrs. Winfred Burgess and baby, • City Mrs. Oarrett Abbott. City Dick Richardson, City Mrs. Elton Gurley and b»by, City Mrs. Joe Dildine and baby, City Mrs. Kermit Dodson, City Jerry Roberts, City Francis Raught, Armorel Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Alice Jenkins, Holland Mrs. Hoyt Turner, Steele Baby Dixie Curtis, Rt. 3, City mother, Mrs. H. K. smith, who is a patient in Campbell's Clinic. R. D. Hughes, Jr., and Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Sr., are motoring Mr. Hughes' daughter, Mary Ellen, to Memphis today for examination at Le Bonheur Hospital. WE HAVE THE GENUINE TOP QUALITY WINDOW AtlWj? MATIRIAIS U/y^^ma IN HEAMUF OUT COW *^ .TIGLASS R-0-Gukss EN-GlASS MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LUMBER CO. 1801 W. Main Ph. 3-8151 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature ? 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