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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1958 - Society News - ~ A«_ M n ii n wr en/M«rv Rrtir.nr * Fhon MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Country Club Scene for Party Complimenting Miss Monaghan A dessert-bridge was given last night by Miss Janet Ann Nelson and Mrs. Frank Nelson in the Green Room at the Country Club complimenting Miss Rosemary Monaghan, bride- elect of E. B. Gee, Jr. A pink and white color scheme was. carried out in the decorations. , Individual tables were centered by white wedding bells tied with pink ribbons and centered with lilies..of the valley. Miss Monaghans' place was marked with a white camellia encircled with feathered pink flower hearts. White gladioli cented the mantle. They were outlined with ruffled ma- line and sprinkled with silver. The bride-elect wore for the oc- cassion a black taffeta afternoon dress and was presented with steak knives and china in her nbosen pattern. Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. E. B. Gee were special guests. i Bridge winners were Mrs. Gee,! high. Miss Arden Ferguson, second high, and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., bridge. Mrs. Mayo Complimented With Shower Mrs. Lamar Mayo of Osceola, a recent bride, was honored with a kitchen shower yesterday when Mrs. Rosco Crafton, Sr., and Mrs. Rosco Craiton, Jr., were hostesses. White hyacinths were used to decorate Mrs. Crafton, Sr., home and a Valentine motif was carried out in the dessert course served. Mrs. Mayo, who wore a blue spring suit trimmed in white, was presented with a red and white carnation corsage by her hostesses. Mrs. M. L. Mayo of Osceola, mother of the groom, was a special guest and other out-of-town guests were from Osceola and Wilson. 'Mrs. Williams Entertains Kibitzer Club Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., entertained the Kibitzer Club at the home of Mrs. J. M. Williams, Sr.. yesterday. Guests of the club members were Mrs. Williams and Mrs. P. D. Poster, Jr. White hyacinths tied in pink were used to center the bridge tables and about the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Robert McHaney and Mrs. George Hubbard were winners in the bridge games. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Little GEO Club Guests Mrs. Elwood Dean and Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., were guests last night when Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe entertained the GEO Club. In the bridge games, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, who was high. Mrs. Little, for second high, and Miss Vera Goodrich for bridge. A Valentine motif was carried out In the decorations and dessert course served by the hostess. Singing Convention To Be Held Sunday Mississippi County Singing Convention will be held Sunday afternoon at the Assembly of God Church. The Harmoneers Quartet of Fulton, Ky., will be the guest quartet. Mrs. Meroney Winner at ChillionClub Members of the Chilllon Club met at the home of Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth yesterday. In the games, Mrs. Mike Meroney won high. Mrs. Edith Permenter, a guest of the group, won second and Mrs. E. R. Jackson won Third. A salad course was served at the conclusion of the games. Altrusa Club Has Meeting At Hotel Noble Altrusa Club met at Hotel Noble last night for a dinner meeting. Mrs. Clara Martin presided and reports were mode by Mrs. Virginia Davis, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Nell Gordon, Mrs. Josephine Rollison and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, who attended a meeting of the Al- trusa Club in West Memphis Tuesday night. Emanon Club Conducts Game Emanon Club met at the home of Mrs. Nicholas Powers last nighl. Bridge winners were Mrs. Wallace Smith and Mrs. Lewis Murphy. A dessert course preceded the games. Late Nsws In Sports Togs 8078 11-20 By Sue Burnett Always a fashion favorite for warm weather Is the halter neck sundress. Topped here with a tiny button-on bolero. Pattern No. 8078 Is in sizes 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, dress and bolero, 5 yards of 39-Inch; '/» yard contrast. Tor this pattern, send SSc In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The latest Issue of our pattern magazine contains dozens more smart, e«ay to s«w styles (or til ages. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the iprlng fc summer 'H Issue. , Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Bachelor Members of Blytheville Country club hosts to dance for and guests, 9 p. m. At The Hospitals Blythevi/Je Hospital Dismissed: Marilyn Jane McAdoo, Steele Katherine Prince. Osceola George Masters, Manila Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Howard, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Marie Copeland, city Mrs. Alma Scherer, city The middy collar lias gfown and grown. Now it nearly reaches the waist in some extreme models. For fun and proper proportion with such a collnr, let the silk-foulard grow, too. It should tie in a fist- sized four-in-hand knot and hang half way to the hem. Sounds overgrown but looks gay. Valentine Theme Used At Bridge Club Mrs. J. E. Dicks, a frequent guest of Mid-Week Club, entertained the club with a luncheon yesterday. A large Valentine arrangement of red and while carnations was used to center the luncheon table when Mrs. Jesse Taylor was a guest. Novelty Valentines were used as placecards. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry were winners in the bridge games. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Joyner arrived yesterday from Sail Diego, Calif., to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matheny. Mr. Joyner has just received his discharge from the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson of Alton, Mo., are spending several days here on business. Mrs. Earl Damon and daughter, Mrs. Elton B. Foster, were in* West Ridge yesterday to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Henry Adams. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman left today for a vacation trip to Mexico. Darlene Feinberg left by plant from Memphis today for Nashville Term., where she will spend the weekend visiting her brother, Manley Feinberg, a student at Vanderbilt. Darlene was motored to Memphis by her mother, Mrs. Sidney Platt. Mrs. W. W. Austin has returned from a vacation to Delle Glade, Fla,. where she visited her .sister, Mrs. W. R. Adams and Mr. Adam. She accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Neal of Hayti, to Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson are the parents of a daughter born last night at the Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carson have two other children. Rickey and Sharon. Mrs. Carson is the former Miss Jane Castillo, daughter of Mr. and MJS. Grath Castilio. Grace Comes From Practice BY ALICIA HART NEA,Beauty Editor No one has kept a record of how many women have spoiled a beautiful appearance by plopping in a chair. A woman may walk beautifully and have a wonderfully controlled voice, but if she settles in a chair like a mUkmaid squatting on a stool, it all goes to naught. Like many phases of beauty. "slowly-does-it" is the motto here. Until you get the knack of it, go as slowly as you have to to do this maneuver gracefully. No one will notice your slow motion, but they will surely notice hurried, awkard, embarrassed movements. Approach the chair sideways for .1 step. Place one foot back, right by the edge of the chair Place the other foot directly in front of it. Then lower yourself gently into the chair. If you do this right, and don't end up on the floor in your practice run you should find yourself sitting easily forward In the chair with your r-nkles crossed. It's best to practice with s straight chair and a mirror at home. Deep, soft chairs take a little more work. Don't settle into .these; , let your good pasture suport you. You should never spraw in a chair. If you need to alter your position after you have sat down, you can do it easily if you haven't given in and allowed the chair to do your work of holding you up, Tf you must heave about in it, discreetly pick a new chair the next, chance you get. Gifts for All Occasions What nicer than White Shoulders Perfume or Cologne for a Valentine —Also Billfolds in different colors. Valentine Cards for (hat special person. For Wedding Showers try a useful gift from our Kitchen Department. For Wedding Gifts Choose something in Silver or Crystal: Silver Wedding Frames, Relish Dishes, Trays, Vases, Sauce Boats and Pheasants—In Crystal; VMM Cake Platters, Rng« Bowls Read Courier Newt . | Members and Guests of Club 28 Entertained at Legion Hut Here A glowing log fire in the fireplace of the Legion Hut was a cheerful place of interest last night, one of the coldest of the year, when Club 28 met. Guests gathered around the fire as they arrived and were served hors d'oeuvers from silver trays by their hosts. A large white heart pierced by an arrow was u»ed on the mantle. Later a buffet dinner was served from a table centered with a white heart encircled with red lacelon and studded with red carnations. Red candles sprinkled with hearts were used the length of the table. Hosts last night were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold. Following dinner the guests spent the remainder of the evening dancing. Guests last night were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Rlley Quick, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marr, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harlson, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jiorner, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Thomasson, Mrs. E." W. Klrby, Mrs. R. C. Allen, W. J. Wunderlich. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance. Miss Wyatt, BobbyKoonce Crowned At Trinity Sweetheart Banquet Miss Wanda Wyatt was crowned queen of the Sweetheart Banquet at Trinity Baptist Church last night by the Young Women's Auxiliary counselor, Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, and Bobby Koonce was crowned king by the young men's Sunday School teacher, Lois Ges'tring. A colonial bouquet of daisies was* ' presented to the queen and the king received a white carnation bouto- nnlere. A large styrofoam heart was used to decorate the auditorium and baskets of white gladioli. The tables from which the banquet was served was centered with red lacelon, and ,red tapers in crystal .ndelabra. Miniature dolls were used the length of the table. The head table was centered with red camelias flanked by red tapers. A musical program was presented by Fran Carter, Sherold Williams Geraldine Hinton, Barbara Sawyer and Carlene Tate. Bob McCoy was guest pianist. Group singing opened the meeting and the Rev. Bill Cook, pastor of the church, gave the opening prayer. The Rev, Harold Ray was guest speaker for the evening. provement ought to be all to the good. But carried to the extremes that we carry that idea today, we are never left with any time when we can say "This is how I like It" or "This is good enough" or "With this I can be happy." No matter how much we do there is always something more that needs to be done, something crying for change or attention or "mod- _ HAPPY ENDING—Two tired figures relax in a joyous reunion after two-year-old Russell Deming, blind since birth, is reunited with his pet Boxer, "Buddy." The dog was found wandering in downtown Sommervillc, Mass., and was returned to the boy by thr police. ernizing." And so we can't enjoy what we have because our eye is always on what we would rather have than what we've got. Do you know one woman who can ta;:e you through her house without explaining how she has planned to change it? Or do you know a woman who can accept a compliment on the behavior of hei children without telling you she is worried about Junior's lack of responsibility or Susie's shyness? Do you know any woman who is satisfied with her weight, her hairdo, or wouldn't ba insulted il anyone'guessed her age as exactly what it is? And do you Know any woman who isn't trying to change her husband or her marriage? In short, dp you know any woman who ever takes time out to enjoy things just as they are? ounting One's Blessings Is A Lost Art There Is one art we have lost in America today, and that is the art of sitting back and appreciating and : enjoying what we have. ; That old-fashioned art has been ; replaced by the cult .of constant improvement. We are so busy today trying to improve on everything — ourselves, our houses, our children, our marriages — that we never enjoy anything as it is. Ruth Mlllett On first thought it sounds though constant striving for im- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature INOWWiC PRODUCTIONS f a^ATTIC JlHtt COKSUHCE SKITH " , HRflN PdtMfR It'tllrihl ?M"C(n:.r ••£•••••••! —AND— GARY COOPER ;f«rf*«* Serial "Riding Wilh Buffalo Bill" No. 1 & Cartoon SUN., & MON. Double Feature TA*. IRON GLOVE M..,rtCHNICCHO» w* ruj tj IK« L UWr M, hVUlCfl SttTl •* HUQM ICQ Mull, Hill Vital . HIM* HUM MM — AND— CtaMOMMhpHUS , fcte AUR • I ox MM hewf Nf mm WM METRO NEWS CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. [or Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY -ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S"dial M forMurder FROMWARNERBROS.IN" WARNERCOLOR RAY MILLAND-GRACE KELLY-ROBERT CUMMINGS •••JOHN WILLIAMS .>-~f. r-r*tzw, •••-,-!-">.*f'"*i';:wi sai* s.««a • *""TC2Ui£"™ rjjp] PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature AN AU.IED ARTISTS POURS CARTOON "BOO & ARROW" • SUN. •MON. •TUBS. M-O-M's THRILLING ADVENTURE OF FABULOUS JEWELS AND A FLAME-AND-ICE BLONDE...IN DAZZLING COLOR AND ClNlMASCOPE Par. Newt & Cartoon "Martin & Coys" Beige Is lighter than air this yesr. It's a so-feminine color, but so often at the cleaners. Get one if it delights you, but keep a good wardrobe of dark colors for more practical wear. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:01 n.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Doubla Feature -And- TERROR STREET with PHILIP REED ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature •m. 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