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PA6I FOtfc BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 195B — Society News - e Ann Mallnrv. Rocietv Editor » Phon Mis* Millie Aon Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 PrograrnaridBusinessSessionHeld WhenYarbroPTAHoldsMeeting Mrs. John Plunkett presided yesterday when the Yarbro Parents-Teachers Association held its monthly meeting. In the business session, Mrs. Milton Bunch gave the treasurer's report and Mrs. M. A. Middleton, school principal, gave a report on books purchased for each room with money given the school by the organization. -Mothers voted to bring cookies each Friday for the children to go with the government milk program. It Was also announced that next month will mark Founders Day, with a meeting being held at Blytheville High school instead of at Yarbro. In other business, plans were made for a study course to be held at night during the month of March so the fathers may attend. Mrs. Calvin Hollingsworth gave the president's message and a devotional on "Ambition" was given by Mrs. Curtiss Anderson. A question and answer program on polio was under the direction o Mrs. John Johnson. In the socia hour which followed, third grade mothers were hostesses. Sudbury PTA Members Have As Guest Speaker Miss Terrell When members of Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association met yesterday they heard Miss Effie Lee Terrell speak on the "Needs for Special Education." All Members Present at TIE Bridge Club AH members of the TLE Bridge Club were present last night when Mrs. J. F. Scrape was hostess. Mrs. Herman Turner won high in the bridge games, Mrs. Dick "Watson won second high and bridge was awarded Mrs. W. J. Cupples. A dessert course was served the group at the conclusion o-f the bridge games. Mrs. Joyner Guest of Bridge Club * A Valentine motif was used in the de'roratiorus and tallies yesterday when Town and Country Club met at the home of Mrs. James B. Clark. Winners in bridge games were Mrs. M. N, Nunn, high, and Mrs. F. B. Joyner, a guest of the group, second high. A dessert course preceded the games. White Centers Luncheon Table In Cure Home MM. Riley Jones and Mrs. John Cherry were guests yesterday when Mrs. E. J. Cure entertained the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home. Luncheon was served from a table centered with an all-white arrangement. Mrs. Jones won high in the bridge games and Mrs, H. C. Sims won second high. Tops In Two Piecers Miss Gloria Ashmore directed group singing and Mrs. Marcus Gaines gave the devotional. The president's message was read by Mrs. Jack Vowell. During the business session presided over by Mrs. Harold Sudbury, a report was made by Mrs. Alvin Lane, room representative chairman, on the completed bake- sale project. , Reports were also given by Mrs. W. R. Summerville, vice-president, and Mrs. Ted Bourzikas gave a report on the next study course which will be held Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. Miss Beatrice Hargett and Mrs. D. C. McLean were room count winners. In the social hour, refreshments were served by third- grade mothers. Coming Events Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets. La Neuve Club meet* with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains Chilian Club. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Barbara Sawyer. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Joe Freeman, 1912 Hearn, 7:30 p.m. Burdette PTA having potluck supper in cafeteria, 7 p.m. John Roden will be guest speaker. Friday LHE Club meets with Mrs. Thomas Dorrls, 1;30 p.m. Mrs. Dick Shanks entertains Vendredi Bridge Club. Mrs. Toby Long entertains Friday Club. SATURDAY Cotillion Club meets in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cuadra. Mr. and Mrs- Worth Holder and Mi-, and Mrs. R. E. Green. Guy Burks, Jr. Claims Bride In Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leonard Brown of North Little Rock, Ark., announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Rama Fae Brown, to William Quy Burks, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Guy Burks, Sr.. of Blythevllle. The wedding was solemnized Dec. 24, at a p. m. in Olarksdale, Miss with the Rev. C. 0. Sharp officiating. Mrs. Samuel Howard Hardison of Memphis, sister of the bride was matron of honor and Lt. Donald Howard Wright of Blytheville serv ed as best man. The bride attended school i North Little Rock. After receiving his discharge from the Navy, the groom attended the University of Mississippi and graduated from Arkansas State College. He was a member of Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity and various other campus organizations. The couple will make their home at 124 S. Madison in Tupelo, Miss. Bits of News m*tL p. erAonal R. L. Mitchell is undergoing treatment at Campbell's Clinic for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Trotter left yesterday for their home at Fort MacLeod, Alberta, Canada, after several weeks visit here with their daughter, Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., and Mr. Grimes. Mrs. Cora Calvert underwent ieart surgery yesterday at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Mrs. Billy Hopper and infant son, Billy Calvin, are now at their lome, 428 E. Rose. Mrs. Hopper is the former Miss Patsy Criner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Criner. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hillard are the parents of a daughter born Jan. 2. The baby has been named Janice Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Hillard have three other children. Mrs. Odell Sanders of Charleston, Miss., arrived last night to be with her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey, who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Blan L. Stiles is now at the home of his mother, Mrs. Lee Stiles, 313 N. 6th, after undergoing surgery at the Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. B. Z. Lee of Florida, Mrs. George Gould of Mississippi and Mrs. Tom Cannady of Alabama are the guests of their sister, Mrs. J. T. Kennedy, at her home on 16th Street. Most women have realized the catsup bottle is a curse. Too tall to stand In the bottom of the refrigerator. It goes bad out in the open. Now there's a squeeze-type plastic bottle that's properly short and holds a full bottle of catsup, to solve the problem. Mrs. Croft Entertains NGWClub Mrs. Paul Croft entertained the NGW Club at the home of Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., last night. In the games played during the evening Mrs. Cooper Jones and Mrs. Charles Crews were winners. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the conclusion of bhe games. 8106 11-20 By.Sue Burnett \ Favorite in every junior ward-' robe — the clever, well fitting two piece .frock that goes everyplace with confidence. Pattern No. 8106 is in sizes 11, 12, 13, 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 12, short sleeve, i% yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COWS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. The latest isuse of Basic FASHION — fall and winter — is colorful, stimulating and a complete guide in wardrobe planning for a new season. 25 .cents per copy — send for it now. The teen-ager's bad complexion or acne used to be shrugged off as a "pauing stage." it Is a serious matter to the victim and today, doctors have many retourcM to deal with the problem. Continued suffering la needles* Mid unkind. Just a Reminder... Heuer's Exciting Floor Shoe Sale Continues! Savings on Footwear For The Entire Family! It's Fun-It's Different and the prices are so low! All Sales Final No Exchanges or refunds CAMERA CENTER • Flash Bulbi • Color Film • Polaroid Film • Movie Film • Wt have Cameras and Projectors for rent. BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main .Ph. 3-3647 TEEN-AGERS ENTERTAIN —. The teen-agers who have fun In their own homes are those allowed to do their own entertaining without constant adult supervision. These youngsters are doing hamburgers on a griddle for the crowd, serving their own barbecue sauce. Fun for the whole crowd. Teeners Like to Entertain one top burner. The gang can toast the hamburger buns in wholesale lots under the broiler flame. It would oe a good idea to prepare the ground beef ahead of time. Add diced onions and other seasonings to the meat, shape it into patties (using waxed paper to separate them) and store them in your ie!rigerator until party time. Try allowing one-half pound of beef and two hamburger buns per person plus extras for seconds. Have lots of potato chips on hand, sweet and dill pickles, soda pop and cookies. Put out bowls of popcorn, peanuts, .cheese bits and candy. Don't stay around once the party's under way, even if you're asked. They'll all want to take turns at griling hamburgers and toasting buns without supervision. Further, no matter what the loud crashes from the kitchen, don't jerk open the door and call out: "What was 'that, Junior?" It won't put the plates back, together again and it will put a damper on the party. Sit on your hands and clench your teeth, if need be. but remain the calm and gracious mother. By GAILE DUGAS NEA Women's Editor ( 'NEW YORK (NEA)—Most teenagers, oddly enough, don't just take it for granted that their homes are open to their friends. It takes real teamwork on the part of mother to make them feel that their friends are really welcome. The first time your teen-age son brings a new friend home with him to do homework is your chance to contribute to your son's popularity and your own reputation as a mother who's "all right." School grapevines operate quickly and will pass along the wore! that there's a good time to be had at Jim's house. From here, "it's: just a step to open house. When Jim decides that he wants to have the gang over for supper, it's time for you to step aside gracefully. Give him the advice he needs, offer shopping suggestions and let him carry through. He might like to try a hamburger fiesta. Turn the kitchen over to the kids and let them prepare the simple meal cooperatively. (Also, you'll get out of cooking for 20 or ao starving boys and gtrls. This is no mean feat.) If your gas range is equipped with a removable cast-alloy griddle, you're in the clear. The hambur- By-the-by, when you're buying a gers can be quickly grilled on a nati f in d out what's in It when you fast-heating metal tray which cov- buy it if you're allergic. There Is era only one, top gas burner when' no turning back once you've left it's in use. This is easily removed the store. If it doesn't say, but and swished clean under, the hot; you think it's rabbit, pass it by. water tap before storing. Next- best i Nothing can give the allergic scalp to this is the heavy flat aluminum; and skin the heebie-jeebies faster grill-griddle, also requiring only i than a toxic hat. OSCEOLANEWS By Bcttye Nelle Starr Mrs. D. Ohlendorf entertained two tables of canasta at her home Monday afternoon. When the guests arrived they were seated at the dining table and were served sherbet and cake before the games of canasta took place. A bowl of yellow mums was placed on the coffee table. Mrs. A. W. Bowen won high score. Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr won low. The Sunday School class of Mrs. Elsie Edrlngfon entertained with a dinner party Tuesday night at the First Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate . left Tuesday morning for a month's vacation in Miami, Fla. Vance and Raymond Cartwright are also in Miami and will remain at the .resort city until early spring. Mr. and Mrs. Jap White motored the' two Cartwright's to Miami returning home Tuesday. I. O. Crosthwait, who has been a patient at Methodist Hospital for the past two weeks, is improving and is expected home during the week. Joe Martin is a business visitor in St. Louis this week. Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf was named chairman of .the March of Dimes at a meeting Monday morning at First Baptist Church. Mrs. Elliott Sartain has returned home after visiting in Memphis with her sister, Mrs. Charles Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Sr., left Friday for Stuart, Fla., where they will spend the remainder of the winter. Mr. .and Mrs. Floyd Reese have moved into their home. Mrs. Jap White was hostess to her" club Tuesday night at the Seminole Club. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bowles of Luxora have moved to their new home at Carson Lake. Mr. Bowles has rented the farm of Mrs. Bob Cromer. .The junior Service Auxiliary met Tuesday morning at the Sem- Inole Club. Following the business meeting donuts and coffee were served. The Osceola Parent-Teacher Association will meet Thursday night at 7:30 at the elementary school. At The Hospitals Blytheville HmpHal Dismissed: Mrs. James Bailey, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Hester, city Mrs. Otha Nell Hubbard, Tuckerman . Otha Nell Hubbard, Tuckerman Floyd Simpson, city Mrs. Claude Williams, city Shelia Kay Sweet, city Marion Koehler,. city Jerry Lamb, city Mrs. Lois Reed, city Mrs. Oliver Richardson, city Mrs. Charles Hunton, city Mexican Theme Carried Out AtPEOMeeting Mrs. H. H. Houchins enUrlmlned members of Chapter D PEO Sisterhood with a 1 p.m. luncheon >t her A Mexican theme was carried out In the decorations of the home and in the food which the hostess served. Mrs. R. A. Porter wa« in charge of 'the business session following lunch and-Mrs. E. B. Oe« gave the record report. "The Calories," was the topic of discussion when Mrs. J. A. L«ech was in charge of the program. . White's January Event Now Going On! Have you been to White's this week? 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