PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 1§, 1WI Society, A/ewA Put Mullins, Society Editor I Phone 4461 Birth'day Dinner Given at Club Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston complimented their daughter, Martha Huddleston, Friday evening at the Country Club with a dinner party on her 13th birthday. The seven tables of guests spent the evening following dinner, playing canasta. Out - of - town guests included Marina Ellen Williams, daughter of Mrs. Sam Williams of Osceola, Shirley George, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis George of Osceola, and Judy Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Edwards of Leachvllle. Cotillion Club Dance Is Held Saturday night marked the closing dance of the season for members of the Cotillion Club, when they met at Hotel Noble's Mirror Room. Entertaining members and guest were Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Warren. Mr and Mrs. Tommy Thomasson, Mi and Mrs. Phil Robinson and Dr. and Mrs. Don F. Smith. Mid-night supper was served buffet style. Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. About 60 couples spent the evening dancing. p Miss Lauderdale So Young- And Pretty By Sue Burnett Here's a simple daytime dress for Juniors that is delightfully young and charming. Bare-armed tor col- ness, it can have a tiny turn-down collar or contrasting yoke. Note the clever pockets. • Pattern No. 8972 is a sew-rlto perforated pattern In sizes 11, 12, 13, 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 4 ',1 'yards of 30- Inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the boos. 25 cents. j Engagement Is Announced Mrs Emily Lauderdalc announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter. Miss Betty Lauderdale, to John William Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Payne, all of Blytheville. Miss Lauderdale is a member of the 1953 graduating class of Burdette High School, and Mr. Payne. a graduate of Dell High School is now associated with Noble Gill Pontiac, Inc., and will enter the service May 28. The marriage is to be solemnized Thursday. Bits of News erAonal Coming Events Monday Lake Street Methodist Church Women's Society of Christian Service has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the church. Members of the Woman's Auxiliary of SI. Stephens; Episcopal j Church have meeting at the home of Mrs. Perry Darby at 8 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. Kussell H. Farr is hostess to the Tri-Town Bridge Club. Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertains members of. the La Petite Club. Tuesday Club meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Country Club. Timka Bunco Club has meeting with Mrs. Clyde Perry. American Legion Auxiliary has regular meeting at the hut. Wednesday C. and N. Club has, 7:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Charle Lutes. CIS Cmb meets with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Town and Country Club Is to be entertained by Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mrs. E. J. Cure entertains members of the Wednesday Club. Thursday Mrs. Charles Afflick. Jr.. Is hos- .ess to members of the Kibitzer i Club. j Duplicate Bridge League 'plays at Hotel Noble. Blythcvile School Band has banquet at Hole Noble at 6:30 p.m. Mid-Weok Club has meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Hiiiues. Miss jcttyc Huffman is hostess to members of the GEO Club. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen entertains members of Thursday Contract Club. TLE Club meets at the Dixie Pig. with Mrs. William Lambert as hostess. Mrs. E. B. Gee Is hostess to the Thursday Club. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. Melvin Halscll. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stockley of Marlon .spent the week end here with her mother, Mrs. S. S. Patterson. Mrs. Ernest Roe returned last night from Memphis, where she spent several clays with her brother Mr. Roe went to Memphis yester day morning to motor her home. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black had as their guests this week end their daughter, Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, Jr., and Mr. Geeslin, of Drew, Miss. They returned home today. Kay Blnckard, Hiram Snodjiass Margery Dougherty and Don Aiken spent Saturday in Memphis attending the Cotton Carnival. Mrs. Jim Fowler. Mrs. Troy Mayo, and Mrs. A. J. Hatley visited friends and relatives in Camrien and Wav- eriy, Tenn.. during the week end. Miss Altha Loouey and Mrs Bcr- .ha Ingram will return tomorrow to their homes in Torrance and Redondo Beach, Calif., after spending .several weeks here with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oral W. Edwards announce the birth of a son Sunday at Walls Hospital. Their first child, he has been named Stephen Winston Edwards. Mrs. Edwards is the former Miss Christine Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon had as their weekend guests, Mr. Mahon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mahon of Jonefiboro. They aU spent yesterday In Dyersburg, Tenn.. where they visited the latter Mr. Mahon's sister. Mrs. B. J. Gilman, Mr. Oilman and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Jones of Tyler, Tex., were guests yesterday of Mr. Jones' sister, Mrs. J. E. Lanier and Mr. Lanier. Mrs. Mrs. J. E. McFall spent Friday in Memphis . Mr. and Mrs. Dick J. White were among the Blytheville residents w r ho attended the State Jaycee Convention in Hot Springs during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Miller have returned to their home in Jackson, Mi.<s. t after spending a week as the guest of Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Lucy McAdams. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Garner and daughters, Gayle and Lajean; and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lynch and granddaughter. Kay Aaron, spent yesterday at the Zoo in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ca'.dwcll have returned home after visiting their son, S/Sst. Dan Caldwell who is stationed at Warner Robbins Air Force Base, near Macon. Ga.. He accompanied them 1 to Daytona Beach, Fla., for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burns had us their guests yeslerday Mr. and OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children llnder 12 FREE with Parents LAST TIMES TONITE PLUS 2 CARTOONS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE! BUCKNITE DOLLAR A CARLOAD Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature Joan Crawford .Sudden m Fear! 7- -auM awn-w ram •=« • '*" w* 0 " ALSO METRO NEWS Tl'ES-WED-THURS Double Feature <• ifposf of Rebellion.' -Jto! I V«nin Zxiwy *""• j LUKE-SCOTT-d« CORDOVA, Rtltnid by tloptrl Pletui —PLUS— WALTDISMEVS "now \ White t "*" Seven Dwarfs ALSO CARTOON ALSO CARTOON One Cabs Family" Yesterday marked the annual tea given by members of the Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society AT'fEND TEA — Shown at the annual tea given by members of the Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society honoring members of the Future Teachers of America at Blytheville High School, and retired teachers of Mississippi County, are (from left) Mrs. Otis Shepherd, president of the society, Miss Bonnie Nell McConnick, president of the Future Teachers, and Mrs. Elma Armstrong a retired teacher. DKG Society Gives Annual Tea at the home of Mrs. C. L. Moore on Main Street, honoring members of the Blytheville High School Future Teachers of. America, and retired teachers of Mississippi County. Guests were received throughout the afternoon by Mrs. Moore, and Mrs. Otis Shepherd, president of the society. Miss Bonnie Nell McCormick, president of the FTA, presided at tile guest book. Seen on the porch where guests registered was a large mixed bouquet of spring flowers, predominantly daisies, and arrangements uf greenery. Placel at vantage points throughout the living room and dining room were bouquets of rose and white dahlias. Shasta daisies, pink roses, and cornflowers. The tea table, which was overlaid with a white linen cutwork cloth, held a centerpiece of red roses, interspersed with greenery and spirea. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner presided at the table. They were assisted by Mrs. Ira Gray, Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, Mrs. John Lsrker, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Robinson and son, Donald, Miss Lee Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Larker, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brogdon, all of Augusta, and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Larker and family of Cotton Plant, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Morgan. Jr., are the parents of a daugrter born Saturday at Blytheville Hospital. The baby, who has a brother, Whitney Morgan. Ill, has been named Mary Rebecca. Mrs. Morgan is the former Miss Joan Shanks. In Memphis for the special winners bridge game, which wns conducted at the Peabody last night were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boleson Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. O. W McCutchen. Mrs. Roleson and her partner won second place, Mrs. McCutchen and Mrs. Phillips placed fourth, and Mr. Roleson with his partner placed fifth. COMING SOON! U f> I II Salome Rila Hayworth & Stewart Granger Color by Technicolor SHOW S4 BSG DAYS! Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., May 26-27-28-29 TEGULAR PRICES! No Increase in Admission! fM-O-M'i ROMANTIC CtJMfOY Wl&TT .«„_-.*• LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News Cartoon: "Hare Lift" VAN JOHNSON JANET LEIGH LOUIS CALHERN RITZ GUESTS Miss Mary Nell Mcliride Miss Jacky Woodard Mr. & Airs. M. 0. McRae & Family Mr. & Mrs. H. T. Houser & Family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Selected Shorts KrTethnleolor RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Roy Calvin Mr. & Mrs. Charles Smilli Mr. & Airs. Frank Ellis & Family Mr. & Mrs. Everett Collier & Knmi'ly Installation ' Held by Club Members of the Woman's Club Installed officer! Friday afternoon at their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. James Rainwater served as Installing officer. Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer offered fc prayer preceding the installation. Officers include Mrs. A. S. Harrison, president Mrs, C. O. Redmon, first vice president; Mrs. H. C. Bush, second vice president; Mrs. Charles Czeschln, recording secretary; Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. F. Owens, treasurer; and Mrs. E. L. Hale and Mrs. Kendall Berry, trustees. Mrs. Blomeyer was voted Club Woman of the Year and will be honored with a book to be presented to the library. Mrs. C. G. Redmon presented Mrs. C. A. Tant. outgoing president, with a past-president's pin. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Neal Gesell. Mrs. E. H. Brown, Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Mrs. J. E. Crook, Mrs. Coleman Stevens, Mrs. C. A. Tant, Mrs. J. M. Walls, Mrs. W. T. Barnett, Mrs. B. O. Black. Mrs. T. A. Folger. Mrs, E. D. Watson and Mrs. Fred Began. Automotive Hint Annoying squeaks and rattles that sometimes develop under the hood at the cowl and radiator frames, may be eliminated by rubbing ordinary hand soap on the fabric lacings. Mrs. Lillian Frank, Miss Minnie Foster and Mrs. C. L. Grigsby of Osceola. Red and gold, the society's colors, were carried In the refreshments and red napkins Inscribed with gold furthered the theme. Guests from Blytheville and throughout Mississippi County called between the hours of 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. To Avoid Being A Bore, Develop Interest In Others Most people would agree that Mrs. B. Is a pretty dull person even thought she loves to be with people. The trouble is that Mrs. B. always manages to cut off a conversation before It gets started. If you should tell Mrs. B. that a burglar broke Into your home last night, she probably would say: "That reminds me. I simply must get the lock fixed on my Ruth Millet! back door. It has been broken for a month. But you know how hard it S to get anyone to fix anything." Mention some other bit of exciting, news and Instead of asking questions to bring out the details, Mrs. B. will simply say, "Well, I declare," or "You don't say," or "Well, that's the way things go." Mrs. B. never seems to really respond to anything she hears. A sad story doesn't change the expression on her face though it may bring forth a clucking sound. An enthusiastic approach falls flat because the enthusiasm Isn't picked up. Mrs. B. also has an annoying knack for turning a general conversation toward herself or some member of her family. | What's the real trouble with Mrs. 1 B? It is that though she likes to he with people, she isn't really interested in them or what happens to them. j And nothing makes a person dul- I ler than lack of curiosity about other people and the world about them. When you are talking to such a person everything you have to say falls flat. She b a person from whom you never get sn appropriate response. And Isn't that the real definition of a bore? It's not the way a person acts that makes him a bore but the way he reacts to others. Duplicate League Plays at Hotel \ Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips won first place Saturday afternoon at the Duplicate Bridge League meeting at tha W> Hotel Noble. Other winners in the five table Howell movement were Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. W. A.' Alfllck, second place, and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Prank Grigsby third place. Next Saturday's game will end a six-weeks series, and will also be a masterpoint game. ' At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charlie Graves, City Mrs. John Sigler, Cooter Walls Hospital • Dismissed: • Mrs. Robert Smith. City Mrs. J. D. Harris, City Mrs. Liza Forsyth, City Mrs. Joe Hamby, City : Mrs. John Vail, Manila Laura Willingham, Lurora ; noe Carter, City Mrs. James Tucker, and baby, : City Mrs. Eshti Moody, and baby, .« City .<(; Maine was separated from Massachusetts and admitted to the Union as a separate state in 1820. 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