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PACK TITO Pat Muliiiu. Society Editor BLYTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COURIER HEWt Recent Bride Complimented With Coffee Mrs. Farrel Berryhlll was complimented yesterday with a coffee at the home of Miss Betty Black. The honoree, a recent bride, ' was before her marriage, Miss Ann* Wesfon McDonald of Pontotoo, Miss., who Is a .member of tin Blyihevile School faculty. Miss Black entertained, the !0 guests: from three to four In the afternoon, and was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. w. J. Pollard and Mrs. G. W. Pyles. und her mother. Mrs. P. E, Black, who poured coffee. Mrs. Berryhlll dressed for the occasion In * black velvet dress with matching Jacket. Her accessories were also In black, and she was presented a corsage of contrasting whltt camalions and miniature mums. Mrs. Robert J. Jontz of tviemphls. guest of Mrs. J. Merrill Jonlz. was in out-of-town guest at the party. Halloween Dance To Be Given Blythevllle Country Club will be the scene Thursday night for a special dance, for all members, when Bob Bevington and six-piece orchestra from Memphis will provide the music for the occasion. Dancing will be from 9 p.m. to 1 ».m., «nd will be free to all members, According to the entertainment . committee of the club. Mr. Bevington , comes highly recom-1 mended from clubs In Memphis. \ Setting the scene for the dance wlllbe s Halloween motif. PTA's To Have StudyCourse Lange Parent-Teachers Association has a 3 p.m. meeting at the school Wednesday afternoon, which will be preceded at 2 p.m. with • study course. Dr. Dean Whlteslde of Little Hock will show a Him al 2 p.m., entitled "Good Elementary Schooling." He Is state supervisor of niral education. A program planned by Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, study course chairman will follow the film, Mrs. J. c. Broke, president, will preside, and a skfl, "United Nations," will be presented by sixth grade students. A talk on stewardship ivlll be given by Mrs. Alex Shelby. Mrs. Uar- rell Umsford will give the national president's message and Mrs, H. W. Wylle, guest speaker, will sptak on the Marine Band Concert, which Is to be given here Nov. 5. H. and T. Club Plays at Luxora Mrs. J. E. Elklns nf Luxora was liostess to. members of the H. ami T. Club Saturday afternoon for a canasta party, when several Hlythc- VIHc |)!nyers attended, Carrying out a Halloween rnolll. Halloween novelties were used to center tables. Her floral decorations were also In "color scheme, with orange, block: and gold being used. Mrs. Mel Hay won first prize In .he canasta,' and second went to vlrs. Denny Byrum. A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the games. 89 Students Make Dell Honor Roll Eighty nine students at Dell High School have, been; named on the honor roll "for this six-weeks' series, it was announced by the superintendent A. E. Cat dwell. Seniors _ Cecil Ashabrnnncr, Francis Ballard. and Billy Overton. Juniors—Donald Lee Barnes, Carole Ann Ladner, and Billy Shelton. .Sophomores— Margaret Whistle. Ola Rae Tweedle. Lavpren Rlgby. Raymond Naney, A. O. Moody, Patsy, Garrett, Noble Olll, Jr., Maurlne So Smart For Half-Sizers 8900 t-B inn II \1 By Sue Burnett This beautifully tailored for all- occasion wear Is designed In half s'zjs to perfectly fit the slightly shorter figure. It buttons down the front, has a nice pocket 'and a cl'.oice ot sleeve lengths. Pattern No. 8900 is a sew-rlte per- fcr ted pattern in sizes 12>,i. H>i, It'.!, IS'.i. 2}'.i, 22'i: 24'.J. Size H"i, short sleeves, t-i yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, yoiir name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- EEH to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Heady for you now—Basic PASH- IC.V for '52, Fall and Winter. This new Issue Is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season- gift pattern printed inside the book, 25c. Dobbs.. ' Freshmen—Louise Shelton, Shelby Keeling, Bny Chip, Slilvla Byard Dianne Buck, Erma Baliard. Seventh Grade—Gloria Tweedle. Jerry Peoples, Donna Matter, Linda Lovelace, Linda Fears. . Sixth Grade — Jean Wlllbank.% Oaston Taylor, Elizabeth Tlrtw.ell, Linda Simpson, Shirley Ballard. Fifth Grade — Brenda Nicholas, Linda Keeling, Shelby Gross, Sally Fitzwater, Mary Crawford, JerVy Brown. , ; Fourth Grade—Selma Wlllbanks. Janice Russell, Shirley Rhoads, Mary Joe Rogers, Ann Phillips. Stoy Long, Sandra Keener, Bonnie Hall, Brends Fears. Jnnett Donahue. Xathye Oalrtwell, Loiils Ballard, an4 Phyllis Allred. ' '•' -H • ' Third ..Grade —. JimmlS'Tldwell) Jimmy Stockton, Donna Kay Sanders, Mary Kay Stevens, Sur Ramey, Patricia Phillips, Mary Virginia Kcrncr, Robert Henderson, Jr., Carl Harris, jlin dill, Tommy Calhoun, Lucy Crawford, - Brenda Appleg»te, Ruth Abbott. ' , Second Grade—Sherry Lee Wllf, Jewelldine Tucker, Larry Ryall, Iris Nicholas. Dixie Kay Lynn, Frankle Ann Lewis, Billy Keener, Brenda Harris, Donald Jerry Bowman, Shirley Blair, Sue Brown, Bonnie May Arnold. First Grade—Larry Sorrell Edgar Stacy, Linda Slgman. Gary Southard, Ruddy Rogers, Ray Priddy, Oeorge Morroquln, Raymond Mor- roquln, Jimmle Key, Clara Hicks, Pat Edwards, Janice Buck, Shirley Brooks, Tommy Brooks. Duplicate'League Has Bridge Eve^nt A.maslerpolnt game WIK played Saturday nt Hotel Noble, when members of Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge League met for a weekly garrje. Winners of Hie four-table event, were Mrs. George Wiggs and Mrs. Frank Orlgsby, first place, Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Raymond Smith, second; Mrs. r. E. Black and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, third; and Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and Mrs. O. C. CounclHe, fourth. Fidelas Class Has Meeting in Home Mrs. C. E. Johnson was hostes* to mcmuers of the Pidclas Sunday I School Class of the First Baptist Church Friday, when Mrs. A. Carver was a guest and Mrs. R. H. Arensmeier, was a new member. The hostess gave the devotional which was followed by a prayer. Mrs. Earl Walker. Mrs. Alvin Hardy, president, presided over the business which was dismissed by Mrs. Bill Wood. A Bocial hour followed, In which Mrs. Johnson served refreshment*. i maybe Fire Deportment ?ybe not.., but for sure f 0 Q 0 means SAVINGS FOR YOU AT j PINMTTS SATURDAY NOV. let... j KttP THIS DAT! OMM ' ] Bits of News Mrs. S. E. Tune and son, Ryall have gone to Shelbyville. Tenn., to visit her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. C. C. Smith. Miss Betsy Bell, student at Lin- ;nwood College In Missouri, was the week end guest at her mother, Mrs. Margaret, BeU. Miss Donna Wunderlich of Memphis, and Bill Wunderlich, who Is a student at Vanderbllt, spent the week end here with their mother, Mrs. Donna Wunderlich, Carl PnuJ, who has been a |>a- at the Walls Hospital for the past month, 1> reported to be Improved today. Mrs. Francis Wood will enter Memphis Methodist Hospital tomorrow «here she will undergo m operation Wednesday. Mr. Wood will go down Wednesday morning i be with'her. Mr. antl Mis. Odell Barnes an- JUnce the birth of a son, their first child, at Walls Hospital. Inst iilghl. He hns been named Michael Odell Barnes. Mrs. Barnes Is the former Miss Lottie Pearl Stllwell. Her mother, Mrs. George Stllwell of Osccola, a former resident here is wllli her. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jontx, and :hildicn, Jimmy and Jcanie of Memphis, spent the week end here with Mr, Jontz's parenls, Mr and Mrs, J. Merrill Jonlz. Mrs. Jontz and children will remain f or the week but Mr. Jontz returned yes- 'irday. Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Skates and Mr ind Mrs, Morris Stalllngs, Mrs. A U. Will, all of Halls, Tenn., an d Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobson Daws and an Skippy of Osccola were visitors yesterday of Mrs. G. V. Daws who s 111. Mrs. Daws is the daughter of Mrs. witt. Mrs. Orvllle O. Elklns Mrs, Daws' daughter, nnd children Teresa and Lynn of Little Rock are here to spend the week. Blythevllle Hospital, is" reported to lie "about the same." Mr., and Mrs. Uzell Branson hnve mended the American Instltul- of Architects of Gulf states Regional Conference nt Montgomery, Ala Frank Grlgsby, who underwent surgery, at the Blythevllle Hospital, ha* been moved home. Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. Baker Wilson and George Mulr, Jr., were In Little Rock Saturdny for the Ar- kansas-OIe .Miss game, where they were Joined by Mrs. Wilson's rtaugh- :cr. Miss June Wilson, Miss Annella Humphreys, and Miss Rosemary Monnghhn, all., students at the University of Arkansas. They T rC r M,' h ? B>lests of Mr - «nd Mrs. nad Nicols, while there. E. D. Ferguson .was taken to the Blytheville Hospital after suffering a heart attack last night. He is reported slightly better this morning lle HosplUI Dismissed: Prank Orlgsby, city Elmer Jones, Cooler Mr*. 0. H. James, Holland Grabrlal Cnrclo, Armorel W»ll> HosplUI DIsmlKsetl: Ertrlle Castell, Rl. 4. Miss Joyce Olll, Dell Cuesvaj EJcrnandez, Burdetle Marriage Licenses The following couples were Issued marriage licenses' Saturday at the office of the county clerk, Mrs.'Elli- abeth Blythe Parker: Richard Hnrdln and Mlsj Dorothy Jean Holt, both of Armorel. Buford L. McComb »nd Miss Lois Hamm, both of Blythevllle. THE NEW BALL POINT $ NO HO, TAX Fln««t «v«rl Gl««ming meltl cap, long-lift, rtplaccabie, irnooth-wrilinQ unit. Choice of four imart colon—black. red, gre«n or blut. Exceptional writing vilut. Gil youri tod.iyl ' HIM IT MHIUIII IIYHIOK W. ». SNIMMIt ri« («. WOODS DRUG MWDAY, 6CTOBBR fT, 1MI Coming Events EARLY AMERICAN CHARM — Exquisite charm of Early Americana Is captured In a bedroom that would delight the heart of any young' American woman. A new Waverly Gloshcen cotton print showing episodes tn the life of Benjamin Franklin makes draperies, cornice, chair slipover, sister print, "Prankfln Square," and while Gla»h«n coyer the bed and canopy. Lampshades and hooked rug complete the cotlon decor. (Cotton Council Photo) Parents, Let Daughter Know You 'Understand' In four months' time she Is going to have a baby nnd there Is no husband to stand by her: There Is a desperate sound lo her letter asking: where she can go so that her parents will never know the truth, to whom she can turn for help. Such letters come to this col- umq every otice In a while. Often Ruth Millell f 110 "?' 1 ; s u rc ' y • for this message :o be Important to parents. Don't ever let your daughter get the Idea that you "wouldn't understand." That is the phrase girls, who share n bitter secret with a stranger rather than with their own parents, nlwnys use. "I can't jell my parents, They wouldnt,' understand." Somehow give your daughter the nssurnnce that there Is no kind of trouble she could possibly be In Jiat she couldn't come to you, with the expectation" of understanding and help, Let her know that though--you don't cohdoue wrong-doing, you can understand that even your own children might make a serious mis- lake. Never give a daughter the Idea that it would "break your heart," another phrase that crops up In such • letters, if she should ever do anything to "disgrace" you. Instead give her the firm belief Hint you are fully capable of facing any of j the facts of life and of somehow helping your own child work out any kind of problem. That sssurnnce from you won't encourage wrong-doing. It might, however, some day keep your daughter from having to turn lo outsiders for help vvhrrn she desperately needs the help of those who love her the most. And don't take the smug attitude :hjit "nothing like that" could ever Happen to "my daughter." Hope that It won't but assume that It Good Make-Up Takes Practice By NEA Beauty Kdltor The doe-eyed look has gone with the wind, but like all great exaggerations It served an Important purpose. It Introduced women to the fascinating possibilities of eye glamor. Now, much toned down In use, eye make-up offers greater beauty. It tnkcs a lot of experimenting with colors and practice in manipulation of the pencil and tiny brushes to get the desired effect. You can get trial ilzes of..different' shades of blue, green, brown and .violet eye shadows at your five - and - dime store. Matching your own eye color may not necessarily do the most for you. Try all the shades until you find the most flattering one. To' get the most from your eye make-up, you must follow a" routine. The shadow goes on following your mnke-up .base. Blend from the center of the lid upwards and outwards toward the temple. If you have blue eyes, try a tiny dot of liquid or, cream rouge just under your eyebrow. Since red complements blue, It will make your eyes seem bluer. Your powder goes over your entire face, Including eyelids. It helps to set nnd subdue the shadow. Clean up your brows with a tiny brush but leave the powder on your'lash- es. Your mascara will adhere to it. Now lake a sharp brown or black eyebrow pencil and draw a very, fine line, as close to the roots of your lashes as possible, along your eyelid, extending it beyond the outer edge a fraction. '. Mascara, in black, brown, blue or green, should next be applied to your upper lashes only, starting In the center and brushing up and out. Use your eyebrow pencil with a light hand and draw .fine hair-like lines to fill In sparse brows. II you wish to extend the .Length of your eyebrows, turn .the line upward slightly to give a lift to your expression. Now you hnve finished. Your eyes should look larger, brighter and intensified In color. Mrs. Paul Burton Honored at Shower A layette shower was given Friday for Mrs. Paul Burton at the home of Mrs. Bill Tegethoff, when Mrs. Homer connell was co-hostess. Party games provided entertainment for the. 20 guests who attended. After gifts bad been opened, the hostess served refreshments. Before you buy your'new refrfger-' nlor. be sure to determine the actual kitchen space you have available. For efficient operation, the equipment must have a space above It of at least 10 Inches, and two or three inches at the sides and back to allow for free circulation of air. could. And then make sure she knows that whatever her problem she can always count on you to help her work It out. Doctors Often Prescribe fills One Active Ingredient TO RELIEVE PAIN OF RHEUMATISM Fast-acting C-2223 contains sodium wd- icylate to speed welcome comfort. Thou- sandi use it (vhenevcrrheumattc, arthritic or muscular pain "seta up" ! Price of fust bottle baclc if not satisfied. Gtt C-2?23. LAST TIMES TONITI —Plu»— Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Re«l RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Airs. Bo.vd Tomlison and family Sir. and Sirs. Tim Kstes and family Mr. and Sirs. Bill Patton and family Mr. and Mrs. Claude Alexander «nd family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY • » "™*nu.Ci.i>m*if M&UBUS SHORTS: "Smugglers Beware" * "Retkksa Driver" Euwliao 6und»y School Class of Uu Pint Baptist Church nas T.30 p.m. mttUnt at 713 Pecan «t 'the horn* ot Mr^. H. t. Hayes. XKMfey Alph» DtlU Chapter of BeU •Um* Phi hu potluck tupper and model me«tlng tt the home of Mrs. Jimmy Bdw»r<l« »t < p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League ha« weekly game. L« Petite Club meets at th« home of Mrs. Phil Robinson. ' • BSW Sarnbn Club has meeting at the home of Mrs, John Scott. Mrs. Russell Simpson »nd Miss M»ry Not entertain the N. N. Bridge Club it Mil. Simpson's home, Mr*. Oene Teaford Is hostess to members of th« Trl-Town Bridge Club. WednMdaj PTA «tudy course to be given at »nge School Jor all PTA's at 2 p.m. Mr«. E. J. Cure is hostess to mem, ?rs of the Wednesday Bridge Club! Mrs. G. O. Poetz Is hostess at the home of Mrs. Charles Langston to -lembers of Club Eight. Thursday Annual Halloween Carnival at Yarbro School begins at 7:16 p.m. Country club members have spsc- il Halloween dance beginning nt p.m. with music by Bob Bevington's orchestra. Mrs. T. H. Caraway entertains lembers of the OEO Club. Mr. and Mrs, N. G. Jerome and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Haiscll are hosts and hostesses for dinner and iridge at the Dixie Pig for members of the La Nueve Bridge club nrid [heir husbands. Mrs. P. D. Poster entertains members of the Thursday Contract Clul). Mrs. R. D. 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