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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1955 -Society News a Ann Mallnvv Sne.ier.v Rriit.nr * Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Duplicate Bridge League Plays Seven-Table Masterpoint Game A seven-table Mitchell was played as a masterpoint game Saturday afternoon by the Duplicate Bridge League. North and South winners were Mrs, Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Jlrr Roleson, first with 76 points, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Poy Etchieson, second with 73 points. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin were third-place winners with eo 1 ? points and Mrs O. W. Coppedge and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris were fourth place winners with 50 points. East and West winners were Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, first with 84!-i points, and Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. C. E Daggett of Marianna were second place winners with 76 ! 1- points. In third place were Mrs. Georgii Bailey and Mrs. Audreanel Freeman with 75',' points and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick were in fourth place with 67 points. Another masterpoint game will be played by night. the league Thursday Pretty For Mother-To-Be Sue Burnett A youthful two piece outfit for the lady in waiting that's pretty and comfortable. Skirt provides for needed adjustment. Pattern No. 8235 is in sizes 12, 14, 1«, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, skirt, 17|8 yards of 35-inch;top 2 1|8 yards; blouse, 1 5;8 yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size de- Btred, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue BDKNETT, Blythevllle Courier News. 372 W. Ouincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION, spring and summer, '55 is an exciting, easy to follow guide for every woman who saves. Be sure to send for your copy today. 25 cents. LOOK. MA. NO HANDS- While many children his age are content to walk, one-year- old Himby Lentz, of Memphis, Tenn.. glides around on roller skates like a veteran. His grandfather gave him th« sltates for Christmas. Carolyn Eatmon Has Party on Twelfth Birthday Carolyn Eatmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Eatmon, was honored with a party on her 12th birthday Saturday. In the games plaeyd during tlv afternoon winners were Diane McCaskill, Johna -Wilson and Judy Smothermon. Refreshments of birthday cake and iced drinks were served by the honoree's mother. Ruth Millett Wives May Be Nagging Not Knowing WIVES MAY—18 RUTH MILLETT No wife in her right mind would want to be a nag. So the reason that wives do sometimes turn into nags must be because they don't know when they ARE nagging. This little list might help any wile. You are nagging if— You are inclined to keep after your husband to do certain things "for his own good." You can't rest easy until your husband does some chore or makes some repair you feel should be taken cure of, n.nd so keep mentioning that it needs to be done. You don't have any faith in his memory and so remind him over and over to do the simplest little thing. You can't let bygones be bygones, but keep bringing up unpleasant things, that sire past and should be done with. You never let him forget how hard you work or how many inconveniences you have to put up with. The sight of your husband's leaning back in an easy chair usually reminds you of something you need for him to do. You feel your husband doesn't appreciate you, and that you must constantly tell him how much you do for him. You want to make sure that your husband knows just how difficult his relatives are. or just how much you do for them. When you have a problem on your mind—you talk, talk, talk about it. You frequently try to improve your husband's manners, speech, or taste. These things may not seem like nagging to you. But they are sure to seem like nagging to your husband. Bits of News J Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson and son, Bucky, spent ihe weekend in Wynne visiting relatives. Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Mafianna speru the weekend here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dick White, Mr White and children. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon and Mrs. Emil Damon spent yesterday in Cape Girardeau. They went especially to take Nancy Damon to Missouri Stale Teachers Colle there, where she will resume her studies. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore and children spent the weekend in Lepanto visiting relatives. Jim Bedwell spent the weekend in Memphis with his parents. Mr; and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cohoon spent yesterday in Sikeston. Mrs. Marvin Lane is ill at her home on South Highway 61. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leroy Huddleston and children spent the weekend in Memphis. They were joined in Memphis by Miss Libby Hall, who visited with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest George and children of Memphis were . the weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Edith George. Mrs. Harry Minton and Mrs. T. T. Shoemake of Osceola were the guests of Mrs. J. D. Eatmon Friday. Don Wallace, a student at Arkansas State College in Jonesboro, spent the weekend here as guest of Buddy and Billy Miller. . Raymond Stringer is in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller, Mrs. Sue Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ozment and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cronk were in Memphis Saturday night to attend a style show sponsored by the Tennessee Unit of Hairdressers in connection with National Beauty Salon week. The proceeds from the "From Atom Bomb to Mars," show will go to the Le Bonheur Crippled Childrens Hospital. E. B. Gee, Jr.., and Mrs. Tom Hunter were in Memphis Saturday to return Mrs. John Knowlton to Chicknsawba Hospital here. Mrs. Knowlton fell at the Gee home several weeks age and in the fall she received a broken ankle. Louis Lynch, who has been ill for the past several weeks, is still confined to his home at 1115 W. Main. Mrs. Allan Montgomery of Wich- ta Palls, Tex., has arrived in Memphis to be with Mr. and Mrs. R,. D. Hughes, Jr., whose daughter is a patient in Le Bonheur Hospital. Mrs. R. D. Hughes is also in Memphis with her granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Attnway and Vernon Bpyd were in Memphis yesterday afternoon to visit Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Burnham and children spent yesterday in Memphis. T. H. Koonce was admitted to Kennedy Veterans Hospital at Memphis this morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Giessm'ann announce the birth of their first child, a son, yesterday at Chlcka- enjoy ifie lfirf//<fnewness! WITH EVERY DRYCLEANED GARMENT WHEN FINISHED WITH MIRACLE... • DRYCLEANER'S « FINISHING PROCESS Never before in the history of drycleaning has any process achieved such wardrobe wonders. You SEE and FEEL the difference at once. Clothes look new, feel new, wear like new. COSTS NOTHING EXTRA »T C & W Cleaners 300 S. Division Ph. 3-4343 Casual Basics Are Versatile By GAILE DUGAS .NEA Women's Editor New York — (NEA) — Suburban living has, in the last few years, developed fashions all its own. These are the easy, causual clothes that are exactly right for an informal, country kind of life. Though they originated in suburbia and spend most of the time there, such fashions make an appearance in town from time to time. They must be adaptable, therefore, and lake readily to polished calf pumps, short white gloves and a generally neat look. We show here two such suburban living and for a day in town. Shirt- jacket and skirt in a new suiting weight ianclla (left) are washable. The fabric is 50 per cent Australian worsted wool and 50 per cent Egyptian cotton. The shin-jacket can be worn belted in or outside the skirt (with a belt) to create a jacket look. Classically simple dress in this same fabric (right) has gray gold stripe. Bodice has five-button, shirt-front opening and three-quarter sleeves. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage license from the office of the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: . W. C. Brewer of Blytheville and Mary Franci.s Brewer of Luxora, and Charles Luther Halbrooks and Mrs. Alice Brady, both of Blytheville sawba Hospital. The baby has been named Rnbm Allen. Mrs. Giessmann is the former Miss Barbara raiiam of West Memphis. Dwayne Lee Tinker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tinker, has been removed to his home from Walls Hospital after undergoing a ton- silectomy there Friday. Coming Events MONDAY Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Jack Christi at 7:30 p.m.- TUESDAY Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Joe McHaney, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has business meeting at 1316 W. Walnut. Hostesses are Mrs. Hank Dodd and Mrs. Ted Bour- zikas. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. Ncal Gesell. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Gean Atkinson. Mrs. Newton Whitis entertains Tri-Town Club. American Legion Auxiliary, has old-fashioned box supper at hut, 8:00 p.m. CBI Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Joe McHaney, Eastisde Garden Club has luncheon a.t home of Mrs. Henry Young. Mrs. A. D. Priest is co- hostes.s. Country Club Bridge League meets. . Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Raymond Smith, 200 E. Ky. Hostesses are Mrs. Charles Craig and Mrs. Everett Peterson WEDNESDAY Garden' Department of Woman's Club meets at club house at 2:30 p.m. • NOW Club meets at home of Airs. Herbert Graham with Mrs. Charles Crews, hostess, 7:30 p.m. - Mrs. Graham Sudbury entertains Club Eight. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Dick Watson. Mrs. H. C. Sims entertains Wednesday Bridge Club, THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs.. Lauena Everett, 7:30 p.m. WMS Season of Prayer for Home .ONE DOLLAR For the low price of one dollar you may have a fine quality 5x7 portrait made during our adult introductory offer! And you select from the proof of your choice! Additional prints at re-order price. Offer Expires March 12. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Dfal 3-8«fifi—Open til 8 p. m. by Appointment QUALITY ROLL FILM DEVELOPING IN THE O OYSHOE: VALUABLE PRIZES SHOE GUESSING CONTEST Nothing to buy ... no obligotion . . . just fill out an entry blank and give us your best guess or guesses. Why not be our (irst place winner. Prizes for Men, Women & Children See Them Now At Misisons, Annie Armstrong offering at First Baptist Church. Covered-dish luncheon at 12 p.m. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. Felix Carney. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Ben Mac White entertains La Nueve Club. GEO Club meets with Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. Mrs. Harry W. Haines entertains Mid-Week Club. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Edward Burbage entertains Emanou Club. FRIDAY Dorcas Sunday Sfchool Class of First Baptist Church meets at home of Mrs. J..W. Shouse, 2 p.m. Miss Tressie *Allan and Mrs. E. E. Alexander are hostesses. Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood, meets with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham at 2 p.m. Friday Club meets with Mrs Jimmy 'Stevenson. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. R. B. Stout. Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., entertains LaFinesse Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. SUNDAY Wedding- of Miss Rosemary Monaghan to E. B. Ge, Jr., at 4 p.m at First Baptist Church. At The Hospitals Blyllieville Hospital Dismissea: ' Buford Haynes, city. Mrs. Robert R. Teague, city. Mrs. Emery Wright, city. Mrs. James Garner, city. Earl McGregor, city. Mrs. Artie Mae Bryant, city. Mrs. H. R. Crawford, Sr.. Dei!. Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Charles McElwee, Osceola. Hurry Bogan, city. Pamela Booker, city. Mrs.. Virgil Green, city. John No.rgin, Lcachvllle. Cherle Sharp, city. George Wiggington, city. Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Dwayne Tinker, city. Inez Mason, Gobler, Mo. Mrs. Olan Taylor, Hornersville. Jeanette Bowling, Armorel. Lynton Maxwell, Rt. 3, city. Retired Stay Home DETROIT i/H — A survey by the Metropolitan Committee on. Aging covering 13,820 persons who have retired on pensions showed: 9,112 remained in Detroit: 3,066 moved to smaller Michigan communities; 1.042 left the state, and of these, 328 went to Florida, 182 to California and smaller numbers moved to other states or foreign countries. Smoke Record PREEPORT, 111. W)—Ml Benn»- thuni celebrated his 100th birthday by taking It easy on his son's term and smoking a cigar. Smoking is an old habit with him. "I think I was smoking at two," he told a reporter. "I know I wag smoking cigars at five." To get odor off your hands after peeling onions, rub them well with a paste of baking soda and water. f SWORD OF BUNKER HILL Pot Luck Supper THE MASONIC HUT 7:30 P. M. —MONDAY NIGHT— - L. E. 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