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i-otm BLTTHWVULE tARK.)' COURIER WTBWS THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 195S Society, J\lew£ Pat Mullina, Society Editor 9 • Phone 4461 Razorback Scene Of Dessert-Bridge Razorback Drive-In wns the scene of a dessert bridge yesterday afternoon given for members of the Hltfh •TWO Club, when their hostess was j Mrs. FiHTC.st Moore. | Mrs. John Burnett was a gue.sl ] •player for the afternoon, and Mrs, j Marlon Koehler was introduced RS a new member. j After a dessert course was served, games were conducted, vmh first prize RoinR to Mrs. Korhler. Mrs. H. D. Besharse look second. Jewish New Year To Be Observed At sundown tomorrow, the Jewish New Year. Rosh HrtShoHo, will begin, marking in accordance with the old Hebrew calendar tiie year 5711. The Rr.v. Dr. Alfred Vine, ratibl of Temple Israel in BlythcvLlle. will conduct HiRh Holiday .Services In the main auditorium of the temple Friday ovfinlng at R p.m. and Saturday mornini: at 10:30 a in Topic of the evpnhif: sermon wh'l be "T!ie D.v.vninK Hour of the Year' 1 and tor the morning sermon, "The Task We Face." Dr. Vise will be assisted In the services by the Temple Choir nnd by Harry Vise. Nashville. Tenn., who will sing the Hebrew crmtoral solos. Bits of News Wlotl/y P^ona/ Cooter Baptists Have Program-Meet COOTER—The women of Cooter Baptist Church met at Ihe home of MVs. W. I. Jones Monday afternoon for their monthly Royal Service The program was led by Mrs. Floyd Wagster nnd those who took parts were Mrs. Etta Taylor, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Mike Rertdlck, Mrs. Arnold Jones, and Mrs. Virgil Jones. Opening and closing prayers were given by Mrs. Edd Hamlet. In R business session, reports from the secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Virgil Jones, were given. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs, \V. I. Jones and Mrs. Arnold Jones. Sudbury PTA Hoids First Meeting Victor Mnllory was called ye»tcr clay to Murray, Ky.. to bo with his father, W. I. Mallory, who suffered n heart attack. The latter Mr. Mallory Is a former resident of Hlythe- vllle. who now mafcc* his home In Ha.vll. Mo. He wan visiting friends and relatives when he wax stricken ill. Mr.s. Murray Hudson and daughter, 8Hwry Kny. returned Tuesdny night from a month's vacation m points of Interest of California. They were accompanied home by gudbury School w»s the scene yesterdny ot the Jim general meeting of members of Sudbury Par- cnl-Tearcher* AtBOClatlon, with Introduction of the executive board and new teachers. Mrs. Gilbert Bmylhe. president, presided os-er the business session, nnd after welcoming new members, the regular order of business WAS conducted with Mrs, J. D. Edwards, finance chairrnun, giving \ a complete report on the Micky The Magician Show which Is to [ be sponsored by the PTA on Nov. j H *t the new High school auditorium. Mrs. E. L. Boggs then Introduced Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, who was Ruest speaker for the afternoon Mary Hubler, bemillflcallon. Teachers were Introduced by Mrs. E. L. F r y, principal, and meeting was adjourned. Refreshments were served by Ihe executive hoard, with Mrs. Mil ton Snow In charge. IJkt J4otpitafi BlytheviH* Hospital Dismissed: Dorothy Wllllanu, Tomato Wallace Ford, Holland. Walk HcwplUl Dismissed: Mrs. J. R. Dobbs, M»nlla. Mrs. Joe Singleton and baby, city. another dnuL-hter, Ml.*s Lynna Hud- ! and chose for her subject t h e son ot Htchiuotul, Calif., who will; I.ange school (or Exceptional Chit- make her home here. | drcn. Mrs. H. B. Richardson gave Dr. D. C. McLean, who suffered a \ the president's message, third stroke, has been taken to a • A devollonR | was glvcn bv Mrs . Memphis hospital. His condition Is r ,, Bw » nneri an % was 'follow- ~~ osc liy :&L Beltye Celebrates Birthday * Searcy Mccirs, LI, celebrated his fourth birthday by having a party * NEWS Nelle Starr .spent six weeks in OsceolR grandparents. Mr. and Mrs Shippen, while he was In i 1 with his Herbert training. Mrs. KcndRll Berry, Mrs. Chris Tompkins, Mrs, Tom Callis, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, and Mrs. Hnys SulIJvfln went to Memphis Tu PR day In spend the tiny. Mr. and Mi 1 ;,. J. W. Rambo announce the birth of n son Saturday at Walls HospUnl. He Is their second child and hats heen nnnu'tl Kenneth Edwin. They have a daughter. I'atricin, wlio is ID months old. Mrs. Hamho IB the former Mi«s Louise Moore. Mrs, Her din O'Brkn of Btoom- ficld, Mo., who formerly made her E. ed by a. brief message brought by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner. Room count was taken find winners included Miss Mary Hubler'fi class and Miss Billie Jane Rodger R' ClviBS. Mrs, Smyths introduced her executive board, which Includes Mr.s. E. L. Frnnci.s. vice president: Mrs. \V. J. C'upples, secretary; Mrs. Harold Mi lion L. Bogfis. program; Mrs. E. D. •• Swanner. devotional; Mr.s. Vance Thursday afternoon at his home. Thirty-five children took part in the afternoon's dm. Ice cream was served v.ith slices from the cowboy cnke. Mr.s. fiearcy Mear.t nnd Mrs. Elizabeth StlHman, hh Rrntirtmoih- His wife was In California with him prior to his departure. Mrs. Joe Cullom. Jr., and son, Rormy, and Mrs. Kate Cox accom- paneri Miss Joanne Cullom to Nnsh- vWe Tuesday find will remain until Bricklayers In Hew York City Fund NEW YORK (A 1 -—The first, pension fund Tor bricklayers in th» United States has been established in New York City with a fund of $1.62S,i>37 contributed by employers ov«r a period ol a year anti A half. The first check* under thi* pension system were mailed out In August. More than 8,000 AFL union bricklayers are covered when thev reach 65. Approximately 1.150 contractors conlirbuto U> the fund. Benefits range from $20 a month |j| ^ for bricklayers 65 or more, who retire now, up to S1CO monthly for those who work for 40 years. The pension is in addition to govern' ment social security. It was announced by the Building Trades Employers Association along with a new two-yen r smreement with bricklayers calling for $3.55 per hour in wages. er. assisted in entertaining and serving the children. Paprr hats, | the latter part of the week. Miss Cullom is entering VanderbiH. Henderson, study course; Mrs. K. home t\ore. Is the Kucst of Mrs. j M. LnrfcLn, memberstiip; Mrs. W. Nora SpraiLley. and the children of L. Moxlcy, hospitality; Mrs. J. C. her late son. John Z. O'Brien. Harold Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson, who te a student nt North Texas Stale College in Denton. returned to college yesterday. White here, he tauKht a study course of "Human Rieh*,,V NKWCOMKU — Mr*, ftobert l.lpscomb ileft) nnd Mrs. Blake Polly irlfjhl) greet Mrs. Jack Jordan and son, Hank, newcomers to Hlylhevllle. Alpha Alpha ChaiHer of Beta Slj^ma Phi will be active this year In calling on iiew families to the city. Personal calls and cm con-month parties are on the program to make the newcomers feel at home. (Courier News Photo) Edwards, finance, assisted by MLS. Hairy Weedman; Mrs. Charles Graham, welfare; Mrs. E. L. Fry, budget; Mrs. Jlmmle Sanders, summer round-up; Mrs, J. L. Hums, magazine; Miss Ben trice , . --r.--. - . Hnrgett, recreation; Mrs. E. L. to members of the Wesley Memorial Fry SRfety . Mrs Roy KirkscVi reading and library; Mrs. King La- Ferney, room representative; Miss Polly Stewart, lunch room; Mr.s. E. L. Francis, publicity; Miss \Aodels For Fashion Show-Tea Named Coming Events Thursday EuBelian Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. \vntiam Ellis at 1331 Holly. Mrs. T. S. Parfcer Is hostesa to C. nnd N. Birthday Club at 1 p.m Friday "•Fashions and Flashbacks" Tea flnd fashion show, which Is sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary, will bo held at Hotel Nnbie, from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m., with showings at 3:30 (j.m. and 5 p.m. • Ladies' Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the church with Mrs. E. E. ,Hardln, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. A. E. Huntlcy, and Mis, Lois Morland as hostesses. Models from throughout Northeastern Arkansas will appear In 'Fashions and Flashbacks. 1 ' the Blythcville Junior Auxiliary fashion show-ten to Ire presented tomorrow i\t the Hold Noble, according to Mrs. Max Logan, chairman. As flnnl arrangements are being ooniplctcd, the three stores announced the following partlclpnnts: *or the Edythe Shoj^xj, Mrs, Homer Odcim. Mrs. Harold Doyle, Mrs. Eloisc Nicholson, Miss Maxlne Hill, Mrs. Charles Craig, Miss Louclla Bnrncs. Miss Elolsc Golden, Mr.s. T. A. Folger and Mrs. J. I,. Westbrook, Jr., all ot Blythcville, nnd M rs. 1 -co nu rd PcrkJ tis of M a nil a. For the Tot Shop: Cynthia Louise Dillahtmty and Ruby Kay Knehler, of Blythevllle and Mnrle Wildy of Lcuchvllle. For Miss Whitsitt's Shop: Mrs. P. D. Foster. Mrs. Louis Hubenef,' Methodist Church, nnd members of Gnsncll Methodist Church. Lt. Thomas Sylvester is spending six days with, his parents, Mr. nnd J Mrs. Rntrfch Sylvester. LI. Sylvester' was stationed at Fort Lee. Vn.. and Is being transferred to Cnmp Chal- fee, where he will serve as a quartermaster officer. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. T. Bur 1 * of Oklahoma CLtv, nre the guests of Mrs. Burk's father, J. P. Allison, and family. Mrs. Charles Langston, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon, Mrs. Louts Cherry and Mrs. Mnvls SettletnIre of Blythe- villc, and Mrs. A. E. Tea ford of Luxora, Mrs. E. L. Taylor ot Hnytl, and Mrs. \V. W. UaUo'n, nud Joan Uat- ton of Manila. Mrs. Harry A. Raines a no* Mrs. W. A. ARUck nnnounced that window displays In the entertaining rooms of the hotel ate being arranged by the Accessory Shop, Ark- Mo Power Co., Guard's Jewelry, the Family Shoe Store. R. D. Hughes and Co., Kirby Drug Co.; Western Auto Store, Cocn-Colft Bottling Co., Courier News, l-he Linen nnd Curtain Shop nnd Mend Clothing Co. SlriRer Sewing Machine Co. has offered the u.se of dress forms and machines for display purposes, and Saliba School of Music will provide musical background for the Prolong the Life Of Your Clothes Central PTA Has General Meeting They Make A Perfect Pair 8810k «.*• - V The first general meeting of Central Parent-Tcnchers Association was held yesterday at the school when Mr.s. Jiunes Terry presided over the session. After Mr.s. Terry had offered prayer. Mrs. C. L. McAVnters gave a devotional. Mrs. Terry gave reports on the Stjite Convention which was held In Little Rock last April. She then announced the executive board as follows: Mrs. A. H. Mc- Mnnus, historian; Mrs. Alex Shelby, program chairman, assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Stockmon. Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman. Mrs, E.-J. Cure and Mrs. Freeman Robinson: Mrs. O. S. Crowell, library; Mrs. J, \V. Adams and Mrs. C-L. McWaters, hospitality; Mrs, Freeman Robinson, parent education; Mrs. James Rainwater, devo- (ional; Mrs. R. L. Dcdman, school lunch; Mrs, Lillian Franks, health and safety; Mrs. John Caudlll, mu- Me; Mrs. G. S. Atkinson, magazine; Mrs. Hadlry Hays, summer roundup; Mrs. Jimmy Stevens, nursery; Mrs. Oscav Fcndler, parliamentarian; Mrs. Mike Yntes, publicity; Mrs. C- E. Gray, publication; Mrs. J. G. Tricschirmnn. founder's day. Bv ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Dally care of your lingerie is an important grooming a.^eL. It only takes n few minutes every evening to wash out your stockings, shields, slip, etc., but the habit will help you to kcnp your clothes in much better condition. As Konn ns you undress, fill the basin with soapy water and allow the lingerie to sonk. Thpn. whenever the mood moves you, ilo^ the rinsinc:, and wrap the wet. 'clothes in a towel. The towel will absorb all excess moisture, anri the clothes will dry much faster. If you have no place to do the hnnglnsr. the shower curtain rod in hold wire hangers. Allow nough space between each piece (here will be no problem of col- 's running. Your lingerie will last a lot longer you have at least two sets. Then ou can alternate every day. 3t is noise niakors and cups filled with miniature gum drojjs were tfivj-n each child. Yard K nines furnished the entertainment. I'burch Women Meet Twenty citiht members were present Monday afternoon, when the ..*.„. Prcsbyierln.n women of the Church' Sunbury. treasurer; Mr.*. | he!'.l tUeiv mct'Linu. Mis. W. B. Br.r- Show, historian; Mrs. E. kett of Joiner, district chahmnn. m present. Mrs. P. D. Johnson, program chair tnan. introduced Mrs Crn Henderson, who enve a review on the Hrr of John Cnlvin. Mrs. .S. D. Carpenter, church extension rliair- man.iCftve a report 011 her work in that department. The hostesses, Mrs. George Entl- Lnuton P Mrs, Percy Allen and Mrs. Charlie Sullen^er. served ice cream and cake during the social liour. Personals Herlwrt Shippen spent the week with his brmher, Trumann Shippen in Detroit. Mich. Mr. nnd Mrs. BUI Stevens and son, Terry, moved to their new home in Memphis this week where Mr, Steven.s has accepted a position | with the United Stales Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Stevens was man- 1 aser of the Oscenla Chamber of . Commerce .before re>i?ning to accept tbe Mpinphlf. position. Lt. William (Billy) B. Shipp-'n was one of the 3.200 Marines leaving Cnmp Penrtleton, Calif.. Monday headed for Korea. Lt. Shippen i is in the artillery division ol Marino Corps. His young .son, W. B., Jr., young son of Memphis were week. end guests of Mrs. J. H. Hook and jack Hook. They returned home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. C. R. SulleriRer and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles Sul- Capt. and ^Mrs. E. A. Hook and leiiger. of Little Rock, this week nre visiting Mrs. John Sullenger, who Is seriously ill nt her home in Willow Springs, Mo. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION also n good Idea, before you begin to wash to check for any tears, loose snaps or buttons. Do any necessary repair work when you see it. You'll only forget, if you wait, and the Job may turn into a major one. No matter how well-dressed you may be, If you know your lingerie i-s not in perfect condition, you can never have confidence in your grooming. THURSDAY& FRIDAY A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF ADVENTURE SWEEPS THE SCREEKS Open J:00 p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. 2 S'tows Every Jsighf THURSDAY & FRIDAY WARNER BROS. —^ lOQMFOR took iHro- Miss Sunshine Swilt (hen cliargc nr the meeting ami duced the new teachers. After reports were given chairmen of committees, room count was Detecting Popularity for THE HARRIS by Triendly / L^ - / * r f-\&t &uw do O d 0 By Sue Burnett Here is » :itrl anrt Jacket combination that is particularly practical and <.a;^rt. The topper goes with everything—skiit is msy and ecn- no:nic;tl to sevv. .lust nne ycvrri of labric in the Miialler sizes. Pattern No &310 Is a seu-rite per- f'lr^teci paUern In sizes 9. 1!. 12. 13. 14. 16, !8. Siz« 11, 3\ yards of 39- inch. Pattern No, 8527 is a se-i--rite perforated pattern In *ais: sizes 2-4. 25. 26'i, 23, 30, 32. Size 25. 1 yard o[ M-inch. . For theie pattern?, ^end 30c lor EACH, in COINS, your name. «d- dres?. ,'1/cs ilc^irorl, and the PATTERN NUMBER <o SHE Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qullicy St., Chiffi?o 6. 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52,'mil and Winter. Thi: new Issue is lined with Ideas for finaj't. practical se\vlna for a ne\v season: gilt pattern printed inside the booh, 25c. iket) atid winners were Mrs Ear! 'all's second grade, Mrs. Julian /ilson's third Rnirte, Miss Betty ack's fifth grade, and Mrs. Lilan Fratiks' sixth grade, upstairs. The executive Vroaid was host for he social hour which followed the nsiness. ...JACK ROSE.„MELVILLE: SHAVELSON --y,. ., HENRY BLANKE =~™,. NORMAN TAUROG Also Cartoon & Comedy Paramount News & Shorts: "Scalp Treatment" RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Turner and family Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pavrish and family _ Mr. Charles Moore Mr. and Mrs. Rov F. Price and family Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admissitm 9c & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TOXITE n tbe tailored sfaoe ... (be Delightful for Fall in Navy, Black and Brown with contrasting color trim. Tha price, only . . . 13.95 • _ HT »««r • mar HUSOOK • mo FRIDAY & SATURDAY Douhle Feature No f.nJm' 1 ... tlio H.rrrU U M fictiMe »» it k>oV?! Soft Lt«tha manipulated Into A ^l.•v^^^r fnr yon t« wr*r for compliment* And complcmeoU. 7 95 KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store Part and parcel of your f°" wardrobe, ! "« indiipensable suit shoe, crisp and clean-lined... n«w for now with mudguard added. And wtohjt, o< course, its own smart bag. FAMILY SHOE STORE W. ""•- Phone 2342!