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FARE TWO Jsne She!Ion, Society Editor Piiont 4461 Roses, Sorority Flower Used at Preferential Tea Yellow rases, the sorority /lower arranged In a lew bowl centered the linen culwork laid tflblc from which party foods nnd punch were served the rnshee.s and members ol the Alplm Alpha Chapter of Beta Sterna Phi who attended the Preferential Ten yesterdny at the p. D • foster hewne, ! The entertaininp rooms of the poster home on West Main were idecorated with fall blossoms In a ^myriad of colors. ' Greeting the guests as they called -were Mrs. Francis Gammlll. 'hostess, 'and Miss Vera Goodricli. president : Alternating at the tnnle from 3 .to 5 p.m. were Misses Nancy Hol•land. Luclln Barnes and Mrs. Earl ; Sliver. ; Miss Ooodrinh and Mrs. Robert I tlliompsoM. vice president, discussed ,r)!c principals and activities of .Beta Sigma Phi. which is a nation- ial sorority for business girls. ; Rushccs atlei-dlii!: Ihe R/fnir yes- ,i«>K!iiy were Mrs. Lewis HciHIcnon ! iMiss Betty Black, Miss Marili •Wren, Miss Floyce Slendman Mr , Perr.v Darby. Mis. Bill Hiyder, Mi.< .Frances Shonse. Miss rj'lrm 'Arc •Miss Connie Parker and Mrs Ro | Lee Kirksey. :Luncheon-Coffee Ends ! Events for Tennessean • A luncheon and coffee Satnrdai Concluded the cvenl.s given in tmnn" .of Mrs. ,;. L. BinfcrrJ of Browns, -viiie. Term, .who was (he guest o: : 'Mrs. E. M. Terry and Mrs. Ertwir ^Robinson /or several days. • • A 1 p.m. luncheon at the cnim- Hry Club was given for the Ten ;neosean by Mrs. Phillips Bobin 5 on JUNIOR TWO PIKER , ' •••"•• ^ LHHlfJ.l il*JVJJ|J.^OJI .Fall blossoms lopped the table at ; which the guests were seated ; Thirty guests called at the J c ,Ellis home at Barfield later in the ^afternoon in compliment t o M rs ;Binford. 1 Red roses flanked by slender, ^burning red tapers formed the cen- iterpiece for the serving tnble which >Was overlaid with a cntwork clnth. : Mrs. Brie Wliilley and Mr.:. Frec- ;man Robinson presided over 1 -the ttable from which the coffee and .party foods were served. • Suggestive of the fall season were tthe highly colored autumn leaves .which were scattered on. the top of -'the refreshment table, i Arranged throughout the home ;were bouquels. of mixetl autumn 'blossom* Interspersed wiih =reeii- '25 g««ts Attend ;Party at Swow Home • A yellow and pink cake, encircled »'ltn eight tiny candles was cm and -served the 15 gnesi.s who attended the birthday party Saturday afternoon at the J. M. snow home on Davis. Guest of honor was Sara Lou Snow. Priw winners in the party zanies were Jeanne Hood. Joe Harold Wicker and Janie Marshall. After gifts had been presented Sara Lou from the guests the birth- 8658 By Sue Burnetl Here Is a stunning two piece frock :hats siiitnble lor season after season. Try it in a gay plaid material —soffa-ool perhaps, with the'shap- ed pepluin in harmonizing contrast. Pattern No. 8658 Is „ sew-rlt wrfoiated pattern for sizes n i 3. 14. 16 and 18. Siw 12 4% ..'rat if :t9-Incli: 1 yard contrast For this pattern, send 25c pi,, s i or first-class mailing, in COIN, ranr name, address, she. desired nnd the PATTERN NUMBER Burnett. Courier News, 372 VI Quincy Street. Chicago 6. III. Ready for yon now—the new Pa] nd Winter Issue of FASHION 4 mges of smart, new styles, specia nteresting features, (ree patten rmted Inside. Send 35 cent* todas or yonr copy. Bits of News // lttt DC. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba hud as their guest this weekend their son, Joe S.iiloa of Memphis. Mr Saliba Is connected with the Union Planters Dank. Jack Salibu. son of Mrs. Jack Sd!l>a ot aiytheville, who is now serving in the Navy, has been appointed Recruit Chief Petty Officci at the San Diego, Calif,, base. Mr Salilia had been in service two necks 'ct-lved Ihe appointment. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe R1 , d Mn .,„. •y, returned yesterday from °3t Louis where they were the week-' •nd suest of their son and Brother I. Cecil Lowe. Jr. They went e.spe- •lally for homecoming activities at Washington University where Mr -owe is a soptiornore. Miss Vivian of Blytheville. who at- rmis Lindcnwood College st Jharlps. Mo., was Mr. Lowe.s'gi.eit' or the u-ceeknd also. Mrs. Edgar Posey of Flint. Midi the guest of her daughter, Mrs! Speakers Given For WMU Rally OSCgOLA. Ark. -Rev. Percy "erring, pastor of Ihe First Baotlst Church. Osceola, will deliver the Tjiii reM ** tn * «& uli<r quarterly Hally of Mississippi County l ° nleet with the Osceola i Friday beginning »t 10 a.m. Conferences on method* , n t Plans lor Ihe new church year In Mission study, community Mis sions. Stewardship and Youiic People's Work will be conducted the morning session by Mrs Fbb Carson. Mrs. JaInM O raft on ' M ' rs !•'. P. Hardln »nd Mrs. H. C Webb of niythevllle. m - al organ selections, and vocal niHSlc arranged by Mrs. Gilbert H,,'; or e anlst ; the devotional mediation by Mrs w P Hale r Osecxila, assisted bv seven 'women In the audience; and'the closing mediation by Mrs. jettie Driver ola. ' M ""'" s ,,°" the Program Include. Mrs E. (,. Brown, Blytheville; Mrs wood o7u"!', r1 " a: a " d Mrs " c> B: New officers for the cominir f.'."^ l .. y " r .*'" ** "«t«l in thl (AUK.)' CpURtTR NEWS and with ice day cake was served cream and party foods, Each guest received a /avor from his hostess. • • » Joe Lynn Atkins Host for .Farewell Party Joe Lynn Atkins, four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins was Jlosi. Saturday at his home to 11 guests who attended a farewell party complimenting Bobby Billy Hunt who will leave soon to make his home in Paragould. _ The game room of the Atkins home was t.ra informed inlo a Halloween scene for t .h« occasion with pumpkins, masks n>id corn stalks providing the setting Gomes strewing the Kalloweei: theme were played by ,., K 811 ,,,, iS alter which rcireshmems WC re served by the hosts mcther assisted by Mr.s. Joe McGre. Gifts were presented Bobftv Billy, F'vors were given each guest. Mrs. Ssliba A»?:n I leads Past iVl-id-ons, Patrons Garden Clubbers D lan Flower Fair The Harrlsburg Garden Club Har sbnrg, Ark., Is planning a chry tnthemum Pair. Tliursday and ridny. II was announced In Bly- heville today by Mrs. .Jim Crafton lythevllle Garden Club president The event will be held at tin eferans nf Foreign Wars Hut h Harrisbtirg. Study Course Is Planned '-The Kind of Teachers Parent* Like-The Kind of Parents Teachers Like" will be the topic of discussion al. the study course to be offered tomorrow at the Sudbury school for all grade school PTA ipmbers. The meeting is scheduled to begin nt 2:30 p.m. Mrs. .T. A. Ssib3 was rc-nnnv . arrl)ns p A lro-s civil, Frl.hu- night at a ,,,-t- £•<* slip,,,,- meeting at i he R. A Cr^?!anc| home. B fP!r C ' 1 p C r-"- CIllb " 5 altf »"«l 'tie l,L k I 1 .? 1 "™'" 1 * lh(1 buffet meal Mrs. Sr!'oa ctindiinted the tnnii-e s nsm'ed <U ' r '" B Whlch offi «rs \verc a j' : vr° '" frrvf '*' mi M". Saliba ™J««>._«'lth Wgl, £0™ tm the At The Hosoitals Blytherllle Hospilal Distni£sed : Mrs. Ben Darby and baby, citv Sftelt J ' T ' Ly " nbcrr >' » nd bib,. Mrs. 'Charles Wilson and baby. (jlty. ; "™' M ' L: Pt "^ " nd baby ' H """ Ge^rse Clark. Cily. Wilina Sue Cole. city. Walts Hosplln) Dismissed: Mrs. J. c. Burr Citv .'. C. Dnhbs. Dell. ' ' Sto'le' W " bur nal " e V and Janet Susan Wilson City Mrs. John F. Kim*. siceJe! baby. bpliiK won by u. n , A | kcn Mre . Stickmon won rooko. 'iclor Wilson, Mr. Wilson aughter, Janet Susan. Johnny Halsell. who Is a studcn t Columbia Military Acnrlemy Co- unbia. Tenn., was the Sunclaj uest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs . K. Hatscll, Mr. Halsell few to olnmhia lor his son yesterday hey returned by plane last night Mrs. A. G. Shibley is visiting in lounds. ill., as guest of her ri-ugh- •r. Mrs. John Moses and family Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls had as heir weekend guests their sons and Joe Walls, students at olnmbla Military Academy, Co uimbla, Tcnn. Mrs, ,;. L. sinford returned !o her home In Brownsville lenn yesterdny after visiting here as guest* of Mrs. E. M. Terry ami Mr; Edwin Robinson. Mrs. Blnfoni was motored home by her rtaujhler Mrs. Clyde Jackson and daughter' Joy. Accompanying them la Blytheville were Sara Hunter and Su- zctte Mann. Larry Gean Blaylock, son of Mr nd Mrs. R. H. Blaylcck. was returned to his homo In BlylhcviHe yesterday from Memphis .Methodist Hospilal where he iiarierwcnt surgery last week. His condition is reported as satisfactory. Miss Nancy Damon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernil Damon, who at- lends Southeast Missouri State College. Cnpe Oirardeau. Mt>.. was the weekend gnest of her parents Miss Damon, who Is a freshman Is pledged to Hysperlan Socit-Ly, and niember of the Womons Ath- etic" Association, . the ^American "hlldhcod Education^ a 'pledge nf -he Black Mask, and a member of Modern Dance and Aquatic Clubs Mrs Jess Jackson and daughter rs. William Martin. Mr.,. Charles ODell, Sr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ooelt. Jr.. and Mr.s. MacDonalrt Dykes all of Torrance.- Calif have (rtilrned to their homes after vis- tin? here as gucsls of Mr. and Mr.s i. R. Jackson. They came especial>' for the funeral of Jeff Jnck.ioi, .'ho died recently In Torrance ami was buried in Dlytheville. Iss Virginia Bowcn has rolurit- d lo Cardwell. Mo., after visiting icre as guc.st of her parents Mr "d Mrs. Howard Bowen and sister Evelyn. Mis Millie Chambers returned last ight from McMinnvitlc T<nin vhere she was the weekend Vuesi f Edwin Stubblefleld and his p.ir- Mrs. Nina Thompson of Aforgaru;- leld. Ky.. Is spending this weel- ere as guest of her daughter, Mrs . Modmger. jr.. nnd family Mrs. E. R. Jackson, Mrs. .1 a lumps, and Mrs. Fred Alexander f Lcactmlle are visiting in Flint iich.. as guests of Mrs. ve.m Ji«i- ey. Mrs. Henley is a former Bly- tevtlle resident. Mr. and Mrs. F. w. Whilner had -. their weekend guest ij le i r sou. Vlll. who is a student at Columbia Illitary Academy. Columbia. Tcnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph w. M:Hancy nd daughter. Jeanne, had as their uckcnrl gllcsUs. Mr. ,,nd Mrs. J. T. hilcs, Jr., and daughter, Karen, of business session Mrs. Dwight ff. rlct W.M.U.. will the proemm. Cleveland. .Vflf.s. Blackwo preside = Dl,{during | Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Moore nas as their guests over the week- atSiidbury School. Auxiliaiy Gunn and Mrs Marvin 1 rr, u ta l "* "" tl, Te« I » H B "" '^ '° rlghl ' MrS ' D ° n Smith ' Mrs - Lind — — . at of end Mr. and Mrs. L. a. uuwn St. lyjui.s. Mr. Brown returned 10 St. Louis last nlKhl. Mr?. Brown remained /or a week's visit Condition of Janet Susan Wilson vir sni'ii «A^^;' ; 0 le r f " r ly or h « factory, she has hLn .„„•!.-„':':i ° sllffcr Is that bcln, * WE, THE WOMEN * Many 'Successful' Women Unsuccessful in Marriage By Hull, Milieu. NEA Stall Wrller One lesson the working wife has o learn early of her marriage Isn't . sister. Mrs. oioson. Mrs. Charles A. Van er H,'n i,,""" SL Louls '" t - er Hill. III. Mrs. Van Dine was accompanied home for a visit by her . er Dana Gibson and Mr Dine has v mother. Mrs. w. M. Weidner Major and Mrs. John S. Hudson ner . of Warner-Bobbins. houseRucsts of Mr.s. Ga.. are Hudson's r.s. uson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wood- Mr. and Mrs. Iver.ion Rigg., spen rt e j"£ na !" Va " Buren a» gl !r s | s of Mr. R,g g5 . parents. Mr. Bnd Mrs. V. . O R,g gs . AJso . There's no question but that Jane tnllh is a successful woman. She has made a name for herself in her profession. She earns a good salary which, added to her husband's' factory, she Has ~i«n'\nrier""o!r?*~! J° -""" ' S " 1!>t M " s a »««.«f«U treatment at wnlls Hasp ill? business, woman doesn't necessarily Miss Mary Van S D 'f Men, »•" "« ' ^ "'"* phis was the weekend s-uavi O I lier mother. Mrs. Ethel Sneed. Lieut. O. R. Willingham URN and Mrs. Willingham of Key SVest' Ha., are the guests of Lieut Willingham's mother. Mr.s Ruby Will- iiiKham, sister, Mrs. Lee Richarrt- son, Jr.. and brothers, H. p. and W. J. Willingham and families I.wul, Willingham and Mr.s Will- ngham are honeymooning through this section. Mrs. Willingham is the former Miss Vivian Keirstead of Key West. Mrs. c w. Alfortt spent the weekend In St. Lm.ls „ g ,, est . of v... as a career woman than as a wife. Reds Battle Workers SRINGAR, Kashmir (,!>,_ Twentv four jersons were injured when Communists and workers of Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah's nation al conference parly staged a — .,, »,vi IIII&U4111U ->, ~ v.»'i-i- iJltl ty .liaglf has helped t<> give the family a lot' bat baltlc at Barigam" nr n,. i -.. southwest of Srinagar. brick with . ... - •- --•«»»•» sister, Nlr.s. s'« "" an<t da "« hler s- Mrs. Mrs. Nelson Myers and daughter •innn Jo of Columbus, Miss were he weekend guests of Mrs MwrV linm""*' MP ' B1Ui MrS ' M ' W - H "S- Mi-s. James MMhis and Patrerson of Columbus. ham. .. Mr - ™ Mrs. Pat \ rf ' M ',, Whh , !, sourl of wcekcnd mot1 '". Mrs. Venl llt>me at 4 ° 7 E ' Mis of the luxuries of life nnd a certain amount of" financial security She's intelligent. Interesting, and well satisfied with her lot In life But what about her husband? Well. Jane hasn't done many of the things she might have done to help him In his career, for she has been loo busy concentrating on her own. His home is run haphazardly, for as Jane explains quite frequently ' It's almost impossible to get "a housekeeper who doesn't »row lay- on lhe Job when there is no one around to check on her." if jj m Smith complains occasionally his successful wife has a ready answer "I can't see to everything." Husband Remains tn Her Shadow Pi-iends of the Smiths never get the idea that Jim Smith's work Is particularly Important. Jane Is so absorbed in her own career—she Intends to taJk about t. nnt , instead of giving Jim a chance to shine Jane has little in common with the wives of Jims friends and bils- mcis associates. They are too domestic-minded really to interest her. And that's another handicap to It was the first clash between Communist..* and non-Communists In the Kashmir valley. The Reds «re defeated in the recent national conference eleclions. A Dutch slcop carrying- S15000- 000 in cash sank off Lewes. Del.. ' H89, with only being recovered. a few coins ever Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Lake Street WSCS meets at th church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Junior High School PTA ha Executive Board meeting at }:3i p.m. Geiu-ral meeting at .1 p.m. Brotherhood of New Liberty Rap list Church meeting at 7:15 pm a Ihe church. The Rev. A. 'M. Hnus ton. paslor of Emmanuel Baptis Church, will be guest speaker Mrs. James B. Clark entertaining Town and Country Chib. Tri-Town club meets with Mrs Russell Farr. Mrs. Robert Wiedman hostess t LK Club. Mrs. Eric whitley compliment La petite club. I.a Nucve meets at w. T. Rainwater home. Duplicate Bridge League meets a Country club at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. Herman Bwharse eniertain- ig High Two Club. Delphian Society meets at Hole Noble at 10: a.m. Jim. Nor does that he Is Jim have absolutely the feeling essential to nmslipalinn, wrnlcncss and 'nervcj i )!• Vitamin, in your dicl. Si.rrinl V,,rm,,) B . . nrw , r j. «"'fi* |.r.,,li,rr. wmliinrs Ilirim- I»irl»,,| K.Vtla ..... i, with /,„„/ AIw f.holinr. liHuitol ,n.l l.ivtr in <ii|iplrnirnlir). qii»i,tili». *' ; «'vr<orfyA-n<>ii:.i ihc importance °{ '""' '" > »'•' <ti« ...h me if h tips tkehaJy in J,,,;,; „,,.„ Rf:n „,„„,,. One capsule of Rcxrl Special Kor- mi'U llSjl', ,1| ynt , ,., fcp ., |Jay j cnn ' e!n<1 •'"'":« tlicniinimimi dni'lv Ihf minimum daily KTp.urment of \ ilamin K,. r7,c/vn I)H ,Vrr». ,«.infl «„,/,„„ Hit;,., Union r.Y,,-. \. ./...„„'.. ..^^ 1 surl«; taking Brv,-IS P rcul for- mnla. I've so miu-li n , orr j ie|i >|i( | energy ihnl l|, t I,,,,, |,, lc sl .,,.„.,, Mllmg me Cin ? rr . . . an ,| h r ,,,, r )'Cl...kwp tiallins-nif f.ir dalrs 1 r.in liave my pi,* n f ,\, nn now «nd_to tbint I ,i«,,.,i M ,j o{ fl . tr geltinn married." Try Brvrl Sp,,.;,] VnrimiU U);( , W/. \m get >( ,, lr m ,, n . |, a ;.,. if vnu .Inn I fed n,ri«lr r || y '|,,.| lrr ir) 30 days! WOODS DRUG BLYTHEVILLE ssena o his wive's happiness. After all. her big Interest in her life Is her career She Is perfectly capable of supporting herself. And she has many business friends her husband scarcely knows. Looking at the picture It's easy to sec that Jane Is far morn successful *ONE A MONTH FORJ6 MONTHS?)'AT NO EXTRA CHARGE will a nm l-V>r Il,c face of (he I9JO' S .. .y o ,,'l| ,, cc d a who | e ncw bag of beauty tricks. So, won't you come in and meet our Beamy. Expert from the famous U.iltarry Success School ami Richard lludmil Salon., .who'll guide you to „<,„• drama in make-up . . . who'll nr,,|v { .c your complexion Mid color requirements . . .who'll assemble your Uu Harry Rcatily Preparations for a compkle change of lace! Comeintodayandbeonyourway.ocxcilinglovclit.css! '''!'"« N » special xift of boaitiy • jilinc f,, r \wtntKnjoirconi" ! -' 2nd. <R Slain Oct. 2:! & 24 Broailivav ,f. \i R - !r . 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(« aoo-MO Ibc; few .round U.75; 1*0-160 Ib. 1« 50-1« 7 130 jb. i7.m-it.M-, ££ l! 5 400 ibs down u.as-iJ tovs 1T.7S-U.15; jU«, 14.50; hoar. 10,00-13 SO Cattle 1000. c.lve. 1»00; 'ew lol, O f mediums and goo placement steers steady at 27.00; one short load high replacement steer, steady at 27.00; one ,hort load high lo choice medium weight , 31.50; medium , n d gcJd yearlings steady ,t J4.50-J» oo- good COWK 21.5fl; common .nd dium 1J.50-21.0*; cannery and tens 14.50-18.50. p.m. meeting of chapter "D" of PEO, Mrs. Charles Rose hojUs, t- Wednwd.y Club. to Thurada; Mrs. Speck McGregor host... to Avalon Bunco Club. , 1 l.i»t«n lo KLCN at 11:11 ..» • nd 1:IK> p.m. dill; /or »mr pc«- |ram •nnoiinMmenti. •or Office Open, .t l:a Show SUrti 2:M p.im. Continnoni Showing l Last Time Today HUMPHREY OI.ORJA BOGART GRAHAM! rr In a Lonely Place" Paramount News it Selected Shorts Selected Sh.ru GEM Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7 P.M. I-ast Time Today METRO NEWS -<>nt. 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