PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MAT », 1WI godetu New* .,..11;,,. c^i.tv Editor 9 Phone 4461 Don't Pattern Married Life After Your Mother's Plan Pat Mullins, Society Editor • —League Has Special Winner's Game Members of the Blytheville Dup-f- Ilcate Bridge League met at Hotel Noble last night for a special w n- ners game. They played a 10-taWe Mtehell movement. North and South winners Included Mrs Martin Jones of Jackson, Tenn and Mrs. Aline Latura of Memphis, first place; Mrs. H. C Sims and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, second place; Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs third place; Mrs, O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Jim Roleson, fourth place: Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Marshall Cammeron ol Steele, filth place. East and West winners were Mrs. E B dee and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, first place; Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Raines, second place; Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Jim Roleson, third place; Mrs. Sam Norris and Mr. C. C Councille, fourth place; and Mrs. S.' E. Tune and Mrs. Dick J. White, fifth place. GEO Bridge Club Is Entertained Mrs Joe W. McHaney entertained members of the GEO Club at her home last night Guests Includede Mrs. Sam Red- dlck, Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr.. and Mrs. Robert Lipscomb. Dessert was served preceeding the games of bridge, which provided the evening's entertainment. Winners included Mrs, Frank Seay, first place, Mrs. Little, second place, Mrs. J. O. Ellis, Jr., brldgo, and Miss Vera Goodrich, traveling prize. Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs. Tommie Westbrook was complimented last night at the home of Mrs. Willie S. Dobson with a Iny- ette shower. Miss Geneva Shibley was co-hostess for the affair. Pastel colors were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Layette gifts were placed In a basket \vhich held a large pink stork. Summer flowers In delicate pastel shades formed bouquets. In the party games played, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jimmy Branscum, Mrs. Russell Simpson and Mrs. Robert Westbrook. Individually Iced cakes In pastels were served with sherbert at the conclusion of the evening's entertainment. So Smartly Tailored There's nothing like a well tail' ored shirtwalster to insure a well groomed look on every appearance. This one has the bib effect In contrast or monotone, and short or three quarter sleeves. Pattern No. 8962 IB a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 16, short sleeve, 3 yards of 42-inch; « yard contrast. Luncheon Given For Club, Guests Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mrs. Lynn Hughes were hostesses yesterday for a luncheon given at the Halsell home for members of the La Nueve Club. Club guests for the affair were Mrs. Jack Jordon, Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. Walter Day. Luncheon was served at the card tables, which were decorated with yellow and white daisies. Continuing the yellow and white color scheme, placecnrds and tallies were in the chosen colors. Sweetpeas in pastel colors and roses were placed at vantage points throughout the entertaining rooms. Guests spent the afternoon in playing bridge following the two course luncheon. Mrs. Colemnn Stevens won club high, Mrs. Rainwater, guest high, and Mrs. Ben Mac White, bridge. Mrs. Jack. Jordon, who Is moving to Jonesboro, was presented with a gift by the hostesses. Later In the afternoon, the hostess served frosted drinks. Kibitzer Club Has New Member At a meeting of the Kibitzer Club yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alex Curtis, Mrs. Ross Hughes, jr., was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Richard Rose wits the club's guest for the afternoon's entertainment. Mrs. Curtis served her guests a dessert course preceeding the bridge games. Winners of the game were Mrs. Robert McHaney, Mrs. Johnny White and Mrs. J. H. Smart, first second and bridgo, respectively. Mid-Week Club Is Entertained Mrs Harry W. Halnes entertained members of the Mld-Week Club, with three guests at her home yesterday for luncheon, followed by an afternoon of bridge. Guests Included Mrs. Charles Crlgger, Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mrs. Russell C. Fan-. Luncheon was served from small tables In the living room, where a cool atmosphere was effected by profuse arrangements of .greenery. Pansies floated In a low bowl centering the dining room table. Winners In the afternoon's bridge gomes were Mrs. Farr, first place, and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, second place. TLEGub Has Dessert Bridge Mrs. Dick Watson entertained members of the TLE Club with an xtra table of guests at her home last night with a dessert bridge. Mrs. Bill Hodge, Mrs. Maurice Sanders, Mrs. Jack Cuadra and Mrs. Tom Bosmycr were Included In the guest list. Following a dessert course, the ;uests spent the evening in play- Ing bridge. Mrs. Herman Turner won club high score, with guest high going to Mrs. Bosmyer. Second was won by Mrs. W. E. Cherry and hridgo by Mrs. Hodge. More than 6000 residents of the United States die from burns each year, one of every three victims being a child under the age of five. Bits of News Mrs. Joslah Forte has returned to her home in Clarksvlile, Tenn., after being the guest of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan, for several weeks. Miss Patsy Bartholomew, a student at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss., is to arrive home today to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bartholomew, for the summer. Joe Kay Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price, was to arrive home tonight from Memphis State College. He recently played the lead role in the MSC Speech and Dramatics Department production of "Poppa's Reproductions," which was written and directed by the students. Melvin Halsell and Ben Mac White are In Dayton, O., on business for several days. Lloyd Hocott arrived home yesterday from Flint, Mich., where he attends General Motors Institute, to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hocott. Miss Mary Louise O'Brien arrived home from Travecca Nazarene College, Nashville, Tenn., to attend the graduation of her brother, Johnny O'Brien, from Blytheville High School. Other relatives here for his graduation, and guests of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Scott are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore of Evansvllle, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nester and son, Jackie of Louisville, Ky., and Mr, and Mrs, Al Corey of Hamilton, O. Miss Virginia Swearengen of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bass and sons, Joe and .Carl, of Lepanto will bo guests tonight of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen. They are coming especially to attend the graduation of Emadel Swearengen from Blytheville High School tonight. Dr. and Mrs. George W. Richardson and children, David and Gall, have arrived from their home In Coldwater, Mich., to be guests of Dr. Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Richardson, and other relatives. They cume especially for a family reunion and for the wedding of his nephew, Clwrles Thompson, to Miss Charlene Yarbro. Gene Ellis is ill at his home and Is to be confined for about 10 days -following an auto accident Wednesday. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and B. G. West are in Bristol, Va., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Murk Richards and family. Mrs. Richards Is Mrs. Isaacs' daughter. Club Conducts Program Meeting Thirteen members of the Dogwood Home Demonstration .Club met at the club yesterday afternoon for a semi-monthly program. After group singing, roll call was answered by members giving their most becoming color. The cye-opcn- cr, which was place mats were made by Mrs. Malcolm kooncc. A demonstration on proper dress was given by Mrs. Koonce and later in the afternoon refreshments were served. Picnic Is Given For Music Students Mrs. Heber Lindquist and Mrs. C. R. Johnsen entertained Mrs. Johnsen's accordian and piano students yesterday with a picnic at Hayti, Mo. Alice and Sarah Lindquist played accordion solos In the park and Mrs. Johnson played and sang "Cie- llto Lindo," In Spanish. 8962 By Sue Burnett For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, sloe desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION lor '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. WELCOME To ft "WAY of LIFE" Closed Meetings (members only) Tues 8:30 pm Open Meetings (Public invited) Fri 8:30 pm AA CLUB ROOMS 111 EAST MAIN ST. WrIU lot FTM Bookty Mid other Information. ALCOHOU08 ANONYMOUS Bn (71 Blythevllle Just because Mama's marriage pattern worked for her doesn't necessarily mean the same pattern will make her daughter happy. The following letter bears that out: ' 'I gresv up In a family where Papa was the most Important member of the family. My m o t h. e r catered to his every wish. She cooked what he liked to eat. "She never spent any money without consulting Dad Ruth Mlllctt about it first. She carried out all the rules he laid down for his children, even though I suspect she often thought he was too strict. "She entertained the friends he enjoyed, went where he wanted to go, walked easy when he was in a grouchy mood. In fact, all of us grew up with the Idea that Dad was the important member of the family. "I married at 18 and I suppose, without realizing it, I copied my mother's way of treating a husband. : guess I didn't know there was my other way. "Well, after 11 years of marriage ' have a thoroughly spoiled husband ind it doesn't help any to know hat I have only myself to blame.. "I see how much happier my rlcnds are who haven't spoiled their uisbands the way I've spoiled mine. Jut I don't suppose there Is any lope of changing a relationship at- Mrs. E. B. Gee Hostess to Club Mrs. E. B. Gee was hostess at inr home on Country Club Drive yesterday lor the final meeting of ,he year ror members of tne Thurs- lay Club. Guests included Mrs. E. M. Reg- 'nold, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, and Wrs. w. D. Chnmblin. Mixed flowers were used to cen- er the dining room table, and at vantage points throughout the entertaining rooms. Winners of the afternoon's bridge Barnes were Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, ligh score, and Mrs. C. W. Afllick, second. Hi-N-Y Society 3as Picnic Supjper Members of the Hi-N-Y Society of the First Church of the Nazarene iet at the church last night for a ilcnlc and hnyrlde. Twenty-five nembers attended. At Walker Park, a picnic supper verc served and games were played. They were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. Tim Williams and Miss Bobbye Seymore. Group counselors are Mrs. Hazel McWIliams, and Mrs. Melvin Jarrett. Mary Ryan's Coming to Town! ter 11 years of marriage." Of course there Is. You can't change It overnight. But you can do It gradually. First of all you'll have to stop thinking of yourself as a wife cut from the name pattern as your mother and start being yourself. When you stop acting like you think a wife should act and start acting like yourself you'll be well on the way to changing things. Don't make the mistake of making rightabout-face on everything simply because you fee! you have been spoiling your husband in the past. That would certainly throw a monkey wrench into your marriage. Instead, examine your behavior as you go along, asking yourself: "Is this my own attitude or is it one I borrowed from my mother?" If it isn't yours, discard it. If it is yours then it's right for you. 14 Lange Pupils Win Certificates Fourteen pupils at Lange School were, given certificates this week for perfect attendance for the past year. Included were Betty Carol Burks, first grade; Patsy Ann King, Roy Holbrook, Leonard Lockwood, Karl Gentry, second grade; Barbara Lois Taylor,. third grade; Charles Edward Edings, Nedra Jean Briley, fourth grade; James Edward Killett, fifth grade; and Billy Dunn, Gail Arnett, Sandra Crawford Lawrence Taylor, Mabelee 'Lunsford, sixth grade. Students were taken to the Mox Theatre yesterday afternoon. At the Hospitals niylhcvllle Hospital Dismissed : Mrs. Kenneth Byrd and baby, city. ' I. C. Wagster, Cooler. Mrs. Raymond Smith, Roseland. T. I. Seay, city. Terry Wayne Owen, city. Wilbur Stewart, city. 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