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FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Plione 4461 Final Plans Are Made For Sororily Party Final plans for the annual Christmas party for the underprivileged Negro children of Blythevile were made at the meeting of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Friday ofternon at the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr., presided over the mealing In the absence of the president, Mrs. T. H Caraway. , Reviews of the following committees were given: Arrangement Committee — Mrs, Hamock, chfiir- an, assisted by Mrs. Ray Wliitting- ton, .Mrs. Diek Watson and Miss Wilma Douglas; Toy Committee — Mrs. Richard Orfburne. chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ravmond Movton, -Mrs. Everett petorton and Mrs. Jimmy Edwards; J\)od Committee — Mrs. R. H. Watson, chairman, assisted by Mrs. James Rogers, Miss Vera Godrieh. and Mrs. Joe Freeman; Decorations Committee; Mrs, Randall Hawks, chairman, assisted by Mrs. C. w. Sisler. Mrs. A. R. Olsen and Mrs. A! Sullivan; Entertainment Committee — Miss Mary Gray, chairman, assisted by Miss Frances Sue Bright, Mrs. Ted Lyster and Mrs. Charles Abbott. The party is scheduled for the aifernoon of Dec. 16 at I lie Legion Hut complete with Chris! ma's tree gifts, foods, games, music and Santa eta us. Plans were also made for the Chapter's Christmas party to be gji-im Dec. 21 at Ihe home of Mrs. Jimmy Edwards. During the social hour following the dismissal, (he hostesses, Mrs. Everett Peterson and Mrs. Larry Gammeter, served refreshments. Employes, Guesls Feted At Yule Dinner-Dance Employees of the Life Insurance Company of Georgia nml their guests were complimented Saturday night with a Christmas dinner- dflnce in the Mirror Roonr of Hotel Noble. Complementing the Yule season were the decorations of the room and tables at which the guests were seated. White cloths overlaid (he long tables with crystal candlesticks holding slender red tapers with miniature Santa clans and chubby snowmen placed at Intervals among the wreaths of holly which centered at intervals the tables. Following dinner, prizes were presented winners of a competitive insurance sale which had been conducted for six weeks. First, prize of $25 was presented G. R. Travis, second place of $15 was presented Barney Cozart arid third place of • $10 was presented J. H. Lane. Following supper the remainder of the evening was spent In dancing. Out of town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Perry w. Bethea of West Memphis with G. C. Southern and Miss Ruby Davis of Sleele attending as dance guests. T. A. Folger is local manager of the company. The dormouse gose into an underground nest with the first, frost. So deep is its winter sleep that it can be lifted out and rolled like a ball withotitbcing disturbed. Here's lln-lnl rut vnnl from T);im roy wilh x vrlvrliH- « collon fabric is fil.i.l,. Tli fa>orilc f, arcorilitig lo tlir IS.ilional (>>[i<in Cmmril. 'Iliis smart wr,*kil and skirt oinfil va. rrcnlcil in soft > rlvclccn- cnrtlirroy hy Gorilnn Kilwardj. JUNIOR DATE WEAR 8545 11-18 Sue Burnett Here's a glamorous dies.; for -the junior miss that's just the thing for special occasions. Two blcnilint; fabrics make a perfect team, ci'isp white is used for the brief sleeves and collar. Pattern No. 8545 Is a sow-rile perforated -'atern in sizes 11, 12. in. 14, 16 and 18. Site ]'>, 2"i yards of 33-inch plain fabric. 3 yards striped fabric. For this patern, semi 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, .size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- 13EK to Sue Burnett, courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7. 111. Send 25 cents today for the new Fall and Winter FASHION. 84 pages of smart new styles, special features. Free pattern printed iii- sido the book. Bits of News .\lr. and Mr.s. w. p. Mahon spent the weekend in Memphis as euest of Mr. Million's sister, Mrs. Robert Hawkins. Mr. Hav.kins and laughter, Charlenc. John lioatwrisht of Danville. Va.. was the overnight sncst last nljtlit of his daughter, Mrs. Charles A(flick, Jr., and Mr. Afflick. at their home hi airele. Mo. Mrs. W. J. Fil/lmsh, Sr., returnee home this morning to her home in Marlmma, after an extended visit here with her son. the flcv. W. J. Fit/hush and family. Mi.ss Vivian Patterson returned last nishc from Atlanta, Cia., where she attended a house-party over the weekend. She was met In Memphis by her mother. Mrs. S. S. Patterson Mrs. Kate Truck and Mrs. E. R. Mason, Condition of Mrs. Cecil Lnsk who was dismissed from Hlythcville Hospital Sunday nlRht is improved. Mrs. I.nsk plans to re-enter Blytheville Hospital for .several days before be- romiiiK a patient at Memphis liap- tist Hospital. Miss Hetty Rowan of Clnrksdnlc. Mi.ss., wn.s the weekend guest of Miss Carol Ander.son and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Anderson. Mi.ss Eva Taylor of Memphis and Miss Donna Brake of Turrell were theSimday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P Lorcn and family. Miss Taylor is a sister to Mr.s. Lorcn. Mrs. Viola Ross of Camdcn. Tenn., has arrived to be the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Cecil Lusk, Mr. Lllsk and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Black and son. Hob, had as their weekend diesis Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morris of Memphis. Mr. and .Mrs. Jimmy Gill and children, Clary and Sharon, spent. Sunday in Memphis. Mrs. Lou Howejl of Elgin, Texas is visiting here a.s guest of her daughter. Mrs. II. A. Alley and Mr. Alley. MiM Vannye Whltley and Miss Bobbie Fa ye. Micluile, both students at. Ouachita College, Arkndelphia, were the weekend guests of their parents. Mr.s. Rosa Sain of Deli was the weekend guest of Mr.s. Hugh Hnynes. Mrs. Jane I'hleger and Earl Rider of Memphis were tlie Sunday guc.sls of Mr.s. phlegcr's niece. Mr.s. Lillian Frank. Mrs. Richard O.sbornc spent the weekend in Manila as guest of relatives. I3on Kern.-niEh and Bobby Coleman, students at. Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, were tile weekend jniest.s of their parents. Mr.s. Earl Koontz of Kansas City. Mo., has arrived to be the guest Utility Is The Gift MONDAY, DECEMBER B, 194g Homemakers Plan For County-Wide Meeting in Wilson The executive board of the Mississippi County Future Homemakers Association outlined plans for the spring meeting to Lie conducted March 10 at Wilson. a t a meeting at Dell last week. Meeting wit), the board and teacher-anpeivisors was Miss Ella Dean of Jonesnoro. district supervisor. ' The board wns divided into committees to complete plans. Publicity finance and membership committees are to continue the planning Jo Anne Tcdlock, county sergeant at. arms, represented Uie Blytheville chapter. Miss Betty Wilson and Miss Mary Delia White, home economics teachers nt the Blythovy-i High School ,also attended the plhSi- ning meeting. Peggy Vance of Dell, federation president, conducted the meeting Refreshments were sewed by members of the Dell Chapter. dirts that cater to a mini's tastes and interests arc just right for Christmas (jiving. Nylon fashions the wimlhrcakcr of the younfc man liuMing new M'lf-dcvclopinj; camera (extreme right) and authentic Scottish tarlan is cut and styled for la-,1 word in dinner jackets (above cnitiT). A terry u r.ijumunil (aliovc left), (lav Nineties head slotted for ra/nr blades (lower kit), leallicr-rinuncd weighted desk clock (center) ami tool with four scrtw-di ivcrs in hanrlle I lower riebl) are candiilales fur his sock. * WE, THE WOMEN * Hy Kulli Millctt. SEA Slafl Writer Many Men 'Marriage Shy' Due to Women's Careers A bachelor write.* me complaining j. that no wonifni in his coninitiuily hru ever .singled him out lor any attention, and set me to thinking. Maybe a Jot of men who arc Mow about .getting ninrricd ate jasi .sitting around waiting for an up-and- coming woman to act her cup lor " hem. Single women are pretty inclc- Cominq Events Civic Calendar brother. Moss Bryan. Mrs. Koontz plans to remain over the Christ- inns holidays. Mr. and .Mrs. C. J. Stuart of Memphis 'JJid Edwin Isaacs of Detroit, _ e.sls of Mr. and Mr.s. Kendall Berry and family. Miss .leanine McOcc was 'the decoraVo^r of j w ^ k f d * UKl of llcr l' are » ls - Mr '1 llri \Tl't f f^ C,">.r,,-.... ATi-.n •%!„<-!,,« Luncheon Compliments Teacher, Mrs. J. C. Ellis In aprecintlon of the eight years of service, os teacher for the Ladies Bible. Clns.5 of tlic First Christian Cliureli, Mrs. J. C. Ellis wns complimented at a 1 o'clock luncheon Friday afternoon. Mrs'V. O. Miller and Mrs. B. M. Terry, Sr., were hostesses to tlic 17 members of the class and two out- of-town guests, Mrs. R, L. Dunn of Cheyenne, Wyo.. sister and liou-c- gue.st of Mrs. John W. McHaney ant! family, snii Mrs. Lou How-ell of Elgin, Texas, mother and hou.sc- guest of her daughter, Mr.?. II. A. Alley, and Mr. Alloy, at the Terry I '™ c : 'iicF-Siuiday s home. The Christmas theme \viis repeat- ! ed throughout tlie the entertaining rooms with poln- settn.s Hnd bough.s of frnurimt holly placed In the reception room. Central ixiint of interest was the mun- tel which wns l):inked with a m:i.v; of holly wilh liclHntl red ta])ers placed at eithtM- en<l. Centering the main serving table and aL^o the individual tables al v/lilch the guests were sealed for :he three coiir.se luncheon were tinv Chrt.stmas scenes. '1'he.se scenes were mude of briglitly colored Chris'.nas ornaments set in rosettes of holly flnn'Keri on eiihr-r .side bv or.-:ati: white candles trimmed in holly and uerrio.s. Completely overlaying tlie scenes v:crc froths of anget hair, An exact replica of Ihe table dc- iins wns placed on the butfet. Also in complement to the cho.s- cn theme were Ihe party food served. Mr.s. Ellis, who is .••uccneded a.s teacher by Mrs. I.o.,ter Slniljhar. w^is ine.sentcd fnmi the cl:l. c s. the brwk. '-Guide To Confident Living", by Dr. Vincent Peel. First Methodist eels with Miss the.se days. With their aood 7:i ° |M " jobs, their freedom and their evi- ,.. (lent self-sufiiuicncy a shy. retiring - "OMIav man might Jind I hem unapproachable. Without a pretty good opinion of | himself a bachelor niii^ht figure j that a woman, who possibly has as ! good a job as he does, mi!;ht not be interested in swapping it and her independence to become his wile. Women are quick to assume that the man who isn't married is living without a wife by choice. They [is- me that .since it's a mini's place to do the pursuing, he'll get out and find a xvife it he svants one. Hut I'm convinced a lot ol men i Sole of Bangles Will Supplement Seal Sale Drive The Clui.st.niii? Sen] bangles, symbol of tuben ulosis control agcndrs. will bo sold in Hlythcvillo schools i - - -*•-••"* -^"'" *•• mv. in.mj. and on the down-town streets this h 1 "^ contributions are being received annual Christinas Seal sales to raise [unris for tuberculosis control work A county rjuota of $15,000 has been >ct this year, and a quota for Blytheville of 35.700. The drive started with a personal solicitation ciunpnign last week, whicli Ls to be completed by mail ,snlrs. The outlying communities have received .seals in Ihe mails. Wcslcvan Guild Mary Hublcr at Epsiltm Siuma. Alpha sorority meets with Miss Alma Cain at 8 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Eddie B. David at 7 p.m. with Miss Mary Gray cti-hostess. " , Mrs. j}oyle Henderson hostess to Tuesday Bridge. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Grr- ham Sudbury. La isnieve entertained by Mrs C'iarenrf- Wojb. i Americnn Legion Auxiliary meets at Legion Hut at B p.m. " i WedtU'Sdny I week. Mrs. Hush Whitsitt and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will direct the sales. Mrs. Whitsilt will distribute the double-barred crosses to school children early this week, and they will be available on the streets. Saturday. Mrs. Cunningham will be in charge of the street baiislc drive. The bangle drive is a p-rt of the C. B. C. Club. P'nday Conlrucl meets with Doyle Henderson. at the Mississippi County Tuberculosis office at the court house. In connection with the educational part of the drive, more than 40 students, received supplies from Mrs. Alex Shelby, chairman of the poster contest, last week, and will submit art entries, for cash awards tellini! the story of tuberculosis control work. The world's largest, crab is the giant splrter c-rab of Japan, which Mjmeiiinc.s measures 11 feet fron today aren't as aggressive as women as-ume they are. I've had txx> many letters from men who .-=;iy of her sister, Miss Eila Bryan and ' llle> , ™ lllti ukc to S et married but , lid .Mrs. C. G. Scherer. Miss McG__ , is a student at Arkansas State Col- | leac. Jone-sbnro. j Mrs. John S. Hudson will leave Tui-.sday for her home in Mncon, Ga., afler spending several days here as guest of her parent, Mr. and Mrs ' E ' B ' Wo °dson. Major Hudson sllUi()I1Kl at vVarner-Itobhi don't know how to go abovil nicet- ing girl,'?. So maybe career women who want to get married ought not to be too moclc.sl- and retiring when they meet an unattached mart, Ite May Xiu-d Knrniirngint,' 'He may bo unmarried IJCLLUI^C he is waiting for a woman to .sintile him out, and let him Rnttvr he iia.s a chance with her. A little friendlincv.s on the woman's part might give him iht- en- cournpeinenl he's been waiting :"or_ Anyhow, it ought to be worth a few tric-i. It's a cinch IKI b;ichr?lor j is going to f' llf ^ it unpleasant to j hiive a woman single him out for ;i Women's Guild of the First Lutheran Church will meet at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Lewis J. Zellcr, 2008 rhickii.~»wb:i. Mrs. R. M. Logan hostess to Town .md Country. Thursrlay Blytheville Rook club will be entertained by Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. P. D. Foster entertains Thursday Club. TN Club meets with Mrs. George Ford. Avalon Bunco club entertained by Mr.s. Bill oilboiv. Thursday Night Club meets with Mis. Burks Barker. Friday Mrs. A. R. Wctcnkamp hostess Lu the Friday Club. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy compliments Attempt to Silence Revelers Ends in Jail Cia, She will be motored to Memphis • hulu 1'^ndly attention by her pnrrnts. I Mr. nml Mr.s. Guyman Nnl] and ! daughter of Loachville wore the : Smulny gticoUs of Mr. and MLS. flv- S ron N;ill, Mr, and Mr.s, Gene Bradley and I daughter. Mi.=.s Millie Hrndley, had as their Sunday guc.st.s Mrs, Brad- ley'A brother, Jlimtiy Mver,-:. Mrs, Myers nixl family and Mts. Br.ul- ley's mother, Mr.s. Grover Myers all <,|', treet, Al Hie Hospitals Blyllieviltc Ilusiiital Dismissed: Ivy Ri:..spll. C.iotrr. Mis. Cecil I.iisk, City. Jimmy Jackson. City. Kay smith. City. Tim Jainr-s. city. M:ir!hn Mays, City. Jntk Crawford, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. P. Goodrich. Steele. Bartjara Ann Collier, City. Mrs. Kmma Campbell, city. Mis. Irene Dodson and of Pjggott. Miss Betty Go[f left tost nipht for WiKhtnston, 13- C.. alter spending i\\o weeks here rntSj Mr. and Mrs. S ily. MEMPHIS. Tenn, Dec-, ft- Hms-nnl Pomcroy wa.s .sleepy, And the noise down the last night was getting on his nerves. To stop it, he leaned on 1 , his second floor wirjdow and pouted out a pitcher of water. The revelers hud departed —-Imi I wo policrmen walking their brut : with her par- [ hiul arrived, poineroy was charged . Goff and Iain- r with di.sorcierly conduct. i i. red mill SLOII rci ievcs promptly bet ause il .sots rijllil to ihc iC.rl nf ilic (rouble li> iiclp loosen and expel germ latlcn tililc^ru ^nd Dill nature to MM>I|IC and lu\il c.i\v, tt'nilcr, inflamed Immchial nincoiis incmbnmrs.Tell your clmi:i:Hl to sell ><>u a lunde of C]rc)>mulsion »vidi ilie umlecsramltog ytui musi like llie WAV it quickly ullays tile cou'gfi or itni arc 10 luve your money- hatk. CREOIV1ULSSON for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis • y In the ntli century. S-.vj.xs w.itch- makcrs [retnientlv made timepieces in the shapes of rings, lions, rab- liils, plucons and, other animals. ha by WHEN YOU FEEL WELL! Hayti. Mif. J. M. Aycock, Rt. 2. Mrs. Thomas Jefferson. City. Paul Hcrmandcz. Manila. Mary Ellen Scott, Rt. 3. 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