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tAffldWR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1955 — Society News - > Ann Mnllnrv Snci«r.v Editor * Pliom MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Burdette to be Host to County Council PTA at Meeting Friday County Council of Parent-Teachers Associations will meet tomorrow at Burdette School. Registration will begin at 9:30 a. m. and the highlight of the program will be a panel discussion on comic books with Mrs. W. B. Burlcett of Joiner serving as. moderator. Musical selections will be provided by the Burdette Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. T. L. Stanford. Tommy McClure, minister of the Church of Christ, will give the devotional. Luncheon will be served in the school cafeteria at 11:30 a. m. Mrs. Harper Gates, council president, will preside over the business session following lunch when committee reports will be given. Nominating Committee Is Appointed at Central PTA At the meeting of Central Parent-Teachers association yesterday a nominating committee composed of Mrs. J. N. Smothermon, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson was appointed. Mrs. Oean Atkinson presided over the meeting and gave the open- Ing prayer. Mrs. Bert Trumble gave the president's message. In the business session, it was announced that next month will feature Pounders Day. In March, a summer round-up will be held. James Terry was guest speaker at the meeting and spoke on "Immediate Needs of the Schools." A panel of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary members discussed "Handicapped Children." , Those members were Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. Max Usrey, Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr. This panel was introduced by Mrs. James C. Guard, program chairman. Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Miss Janet Nelson, Miss Sunshine Swift and Mrs. Rex Warren were room count winners. In the social hour, refreshments were served by the fourth grade mothers. Mrs. Jobe Entertains ;iub Eight Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. M. Bmde entertaining C and M Birthday Club at home of Mrs. Raymond stringer, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Mrs. J. T. Bailey and Mrs. Dan Blodgett entertaining Past Patrons and Matrons Club at Masonic Hall, 1 p.m. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets in Fellowship Hall, 3:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. E. E. Hardin and Mrs. J. G. Sudbury. Chapter N PEG Sisterhood meets with Mrs. J. W. Adams with Mrs. R. A. Nelson, co-hostess for 1 p.m. luncheon. Vendredl Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Bill Slack. Mr«. Lloyd Whlttaker entertains Friday Contract Club. Friday Club meets with Mrs. S. B. Tune. Mrs. Everett Peterson entertains In Finesse Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet*. 1 Dance honoring new officers and ! board members at Country Club. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., I and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers of Osceola. Tops In Date Styles CIB Bridge Club Conducts Games In Barnes' Home CIB Bridge Club was entertained Tuesday by Mrs. Utho Barnes. She had as her guest Mrs. Maurice Sanders. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe won high in the bridge games, Mrs. Elwood Dean won second high and bridgo was awarded Mrs. Tom Little, Jr. The hostess served a dessert course preceding the bridge games. Members of Club Eight were entertained yesterday by Mrs. Paul Jobe. She had as her guests Mrs. R. B. Stout and Mrs. Christine McElroy of Flint,' Mich. Mrs. Jobe and Mrs. G. O. Poetz were winners in bridge games. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Pemiscot Singing Convention Sunday Pemiscot County Singing Convention will meet at Okeena Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. The Harmoneers Quartet from Fulton, Ky., will be featured singers. Bits of News _j Condition of Miss Willie Nebhut, who underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis Monday, is reported to be satisfactory. She is in Room 353. Mrs. Walter Rusk is ill at her home on Ash Street. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Games were in Memphis yesterday to bring their daugnter, Bertha Ann, home to spend 10 days with them during the semester vacation. Miss Gaines is a student at Memphis State College. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, Mrs. P. D. Foster, ST., and Mrs. Jim Roleson of Blytheville and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steele are in Jackson, Miss., attending a bridge tournament. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs.,G. W. Pyles are spending several days m Memphis. Bobby McFarhnd, ti-ho was inducted into the armed forces Monday, will be stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C. , . Van Wright of Little, Rock was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters last night. Pvt. Oakie Ropp, who has spent a furlough here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oakes, left this morning for Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Aberdeen, Md., where he Will be stationed. Miss Mary Sue Wright and sister, Mrs. E. R. Reed, of Kennett returned yesterday from a 10-day visit on the Gulf Coast. They were the guests of their brother, E. D. Wright, Mrs. Wright and family. Mrs. Gus Eberdt left yesterday for Dallas, Tex., to be with her daughter, Mrs. Frank McDonal and family. Mr. and Mrs. McDonal are the parents of a son born yesterday. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Jones, city Howard Taylor, city Chickasaivba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ara Evans, city Wails Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Vermalene Alexander, Manila Vashti Moody, city Vicky Lynn Davis, city An attractive woman ruins all her work if she drops a cigaret stub on restaurant china or throws a tea bag in the ash tray . Organizational Meeting Held By Mothers March of Dimes An organizational meeting of the North Mississippi County Mothers March of Dimes was held yesterday afternoon at First Methodist Church. Mrs. Byron Moore, chairman, was in charge and Jarnes Hyatt of Osceola was guest speaker and film last years presented work. Chairman of the communities in this area were presented at this meeting. The march will be made Jan. 31, 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. and those assisting will be members of the Rebckah Lodge, American Legion Auxiliary ami three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi. Luncheon Given For Members of Bridge Club Mrs. L. E. Old entertained members of the Wednesday Bridge Club with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor yesterday. Mrs. Riley Jones was a guest of the group. Luncheon was served from a table centered with an arrangement of various shades of chrysanthemums Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham were bridge winners. Short Hair Needs Care BY ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor •Few women wear their hair long these days. The ease, good looks and neatness of a cropped mane have made women get their hair up off their collars. But just because it's bobbed and thinned, the hair can't be left alone. Most women know this and once a week submit themselves to the ministrations of a beauty salon. For hair that doesn't need to be set by a professional and given a permanent now and then, revisits are still necessary. There is nothing more bits-and-pieces-looking than a carefully styled cut that's grown out an inch and been improved by a little home nibbling with a pair of paper shears. Once a month or every five weeks, depending on how your hair grows, take the cut back' to the creator and let him trim and thin. Providing you have been setting and combing your hair in the way he recommends, a hair style should improve with each cut. Each time you're at the beauty salon, if you're a busy person, make your appointment for next time and then jot it in your notebook. This way, you'll have a sure reminder of your next time for shearing. You may not notice how fast it's growing or how long it is in back, but your public notices. Spring Flowers Decorate Home Of Mrs. Ellis Red gladiola and spring flowers were used to decorate the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis yesterday when she entertained members of the Town ind Country Club. Mrs. V. G. Holland, Mrs. John Cox and Mrs. John V. McHaney were guests of the., club. Bridge winners were Mrs. Marvin Nunn and Mrs. James B. Clark. A dessert course preceded the bridge games. Wife Must Choose Type Home Almost any wife and mother some day has to make up her mind whether what she really wants Is a lovely house or a comfortable home. Because you go — about creating and maintaining the two in very different ways. The woman who thinks in terms of a lovely house is more c o ncerned with the lines of a chair than with its comfort, with * uth Mlllett the placing of bric-a-brac than wtiii oily be sacrificed for the creation a fabric than with whether or not it will take normal family use. She sees rooms as pictures—not as shelters for family living, and so comfort and convenience can readily be sacrinced for the creation of a "magazine" room. The woman who is Interested in making a comfortable home builds the rooms of her house around her family's interests, needs, and comfort. She doesn't ignore beatuy for she, too, wants her home to be attractive. But she subordinates beauty to usefulness and livability and comfort. And because she does this her house looks like a home that a real family lives in instead of a furniture store window or a model home. Not only that, her family does more real living in their home, because it is furnished and equipped for their comfort, rather than to impress visitors with Mama's exquisite taste. Don't you knbw at least one man who worked "hard to build a "nice" home for his family, only to find that his idea, of an easy r.hair didn't fit Mama's idea of how a '— 8218 By Sue Burnett Here's a date (rock lhat's as simple and lovely as can be, yet as up to the minute as yoii could wish. ' Try a spring-like print. Pattern No. 8218 Is in sines 10. 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 4i4 yards ol 35-inch. For this pattern, send 36c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER U) Sue Burnett, Courier News. 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, Jll. Basic FASHION, «prlng and »um- mcr, '55 is an exciting, eaty to follow guide for every woman who sews. Be sure to wnd lor four «w today, 96 ccntf. DAYS AT JIEDEL'S Friday-Saturday-Monday Below are a few of the many, many items of outstanding values awaiting you at JIEDEL'S! All fall and winter garments for men, women, and children have been further reduced for these 3 days! CHILDREN'S OUTING SLEEPERS. With and without feet ............ LADIES CREPE BLOUSES. Values to $7.95 ........ BOYS SURCOATS Sizes 12 to 20 with zippers 35 LADIES DRESSES. Never before at such a low price! . LADIES SLIPPERS Flat, Cuban, high hesl During these 3 great days our stock of fall and winter dresses has been slashed to these three ridiculously low prices! VALUES TO $10.95 VALUES TO $14.95 CC VALUES TO $22.50 GIRLS RAYON GOWNS and PAJAMAS Sizes 2 to 16 CHILDRENS SHOES. 85 pair of oxfords and Roman sandals , TODDLERS CRAWLERS. In pink and blue corduroy. 6 to 18 monthi GALOSHES Ladies and ehil- drens in Cuban and flat h.els JODHPURS In time for cold weather. Ladies and girls Sizes. . . . A GREAT SURPRISE AWAITS THOSE WHO COME EARLY AND LOOK OVER OUR DOLLAR COUNTERS PACKED WITH VALUES! JIEDEL'S Sue Frazier Vocalist at Dance Saturday When members and their guests attend the dance honoring officers and new members Saturday night and hear the music of Judy Peebles and her Metro-Tone orchestra they will also hear Miss Sue Frazier, featured vocalist with the orchestra. Miss Frazier has won several beauty contests and has had a modeling career in New York City. She has sung with the Fred Waring vocal group and toured with an overseas USO unit. As vocaltts with name bands, Miss Prazier has been with Judy Peebles for the most several years. Hosts for the dance Saturday night will be Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kogers of Osceola. NGW Club Has Meeting in Grimes' Home Mrs. Charles Crews was hostess to NOW Club at the home of Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., last .night. Mrs. Cooper Jones was winner of the door prize. The evening was spent in informal entertainment. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the evening. living room should be decorated? And so he has no chair of his own in his own living room. That's because his wife decided she would rather have a loveLy house than a comfortable home. The young lady who splurges her college clothes budget on evening gowns Is foolish. One Is tine, for In most dormitories, there are tremendous swaps before each dance so no one ever need wear her only gown twice. A divine something to wear around the house may be much less conservative than your outdoor wear. But don't 'shoot thi budget on a fabulous Item, especially If your evenings at home arc few. January Shoe Event Now Going On! Have you been to White's this week? Don't Miss this tremendous opportunity to Save on footwear for every Member of your family! 1 6*. SONS SHOES Bargains -Men- Corduroy Pants - $2.50 Corduroy Shirrs - 2.00 Jackets - $3.00-$5.00 Union Suits - - $1.00 Sweaters - - - $2.50 - Boys - Flannel Shirts - $1.00 Corduroy Shirts - $1.00 Caps 50c Corduroy Pants - $1.00 Leather Jackets - $5.00 Sweaters - $1.00-$2.50 Overcoats - - - $4.00 Handk'chiefs 12 for $1 BUY NOW! Special! Heavy dobby weave tablecloths! Assorted prints in machine washable tablecloth* — low priced. 52 x 52" lunch size 88c 52 x 70" dinner size $1.77 JANUARY CLEARANCE All merchandise is first quality. No seconds, no irregulars. BARGAINS - Women - Gowns - - - - $1.00 Short- Coats - $5 to $7 Long Coats - $5 to $7 Half Slips - - - $1.44 Sweaters - - - $1.00 Slacks - - - - $1.50 Handbags - - - $1.00 - Girls - Coats - - - $5 to $7 Hats 50e Gloves 50e Mittens - - - - 50c Dresses - - - - $3.00 See P e n n e y ' s Ready-to- Wear Department for terrific bargains and great savings during our big January clearance. -SAVE- BUY NOW SPECIAL Imported Irish Linen — all full pieces of first quality dress linen that's crease and shrink resistant! Choose from a rainbow of colors. 36 inches. $1.00 yard Bargain in men's cotton handkerchiefs! A real buy in big, man sized hankies! 12 to a pack With i/t" hemstitched hems. They'll go fast, so hurry! 12 for $1.00 Opaque nylon tricot 4-gore slips, beautifully detailed with lace or embroidered sheer. Quick-drying, never need ironing. White or pink. 32-44. $2.00 Men's Dress Shirts SPECIAL Round — Button Down Collars in Pastel Checks. A Real Penney Value. 1 Jumbo Garment Bag Jumbo Size Garment Bags — Holds 14-16 Garments 1.66 PENNEY'S QUALITY IS YOUR GREATEST SAVINGS

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