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PACT TWO Jut Sh«lton, Society Editor BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) COURTS MEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1H1 Phone 4461 Party at Owens Home Honor* Mrs. Banister A Pink «nd bin* party Saturday tlttrnoon at Ihe home of Mrs, Jack Oweru complimented Mrs. Bill B»n- Ut«r when 17 guests gathered to thowfr her with miscellaneous gift*. Mn. -Ben Abbott and Mr«. Roltnd Biahop wtr« eo-hoetesMt for the «vtnt. - •ummcr Wooirn In pastel shades mutked the entertaining rooms In which the guest* were seated for tilt afternoon of gamei, A pink and blue beruflled umbrella was opened over gifts from the guesta arranged on the dining Mole. Mri. Blake Polly, Mrs. Everett Peterson and the honoreo were pri?,e winner* in the game*. The selected color combination vit repeated In the dessert course served. J. W. Fields Marks 70th Birthday Yesterday J. W. Fields was 70 years old jreslerdsj «nd the occasion was marked with a /amily dinner party it the home of a daughter, Mrs T. O. Huey. The dlnlnir table at which the gue»t* were seated was overlaid In linen, the large birthday rake with Its glowing tapers provided the central design. Following dinner, the guests pre- «ented Mr. Field* with gifts after which the afternoon was spent Informally with group pictures heing made. Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Cokcr and ion Ricky of Memphis were out- of-town guests for the event. New Skin Lotion Gives Fragrance As Well as Protection from Sun By AIJCIA HART NEA Brauty KdKor Since the days when women Mrst decided thtt. burned-to-a-crisp look does nothing to enhance vacation loveliness, Ihey have jmieared themselves with a wide variety o( ointment*, lotions and liquids—all dedicated to 'annlng without tears These preparations — both Ihe commercial ones and the home-de- vised—vailed In their efficacy, but •jne thing they had in common: the odor. Some smelted of (lie chemistry lab, others of the kitchen, but almost Invariably they wafted no fragrance even vaguely migguUve of the boudoir. At lone Ifl.st, something has Ixen Hone about Including this* eJuei'tlal ingredient of femininity In a. simian lotion, A well-known beauty firm has introduced a preparation which affords you fragrance an well ti. e protection, they clnlrn. This lotion has the added virtue, Recording to the makers, of vanishing filler application, leaving no sticky residue to pick up sand. This suit tan lotion, In addition l» screeninr out burning rays, enhance! femininity u well, •Ince it leaves upon the skin > pleasant, elinfior [>a»r»nce. It offers, too, an even tan, slnu burning ray* are screened out b the lotl.in the firm states. Indispensible For Women By Sue Burnett Here are the styles you wear most • 11 fall, deigned especially in women's si7.es, A neat, easy to sea- gored skirt and a blouse pair, one j dressy, the other tailored. Pattern No. S727 in a .lew-rite perforated pattern in si7,cs 34, 36. 3R, 40, «. 44, 48. 4fl. 817.C 36. tailored' blouse. »'» yards of 39-inch; dressy blouse. 3'i yards. Pattern No. K728 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern for wnisl. sizes 2S.' 30. 32. 34, 36 and 3D Inchc.s. Size 30.: J'i yards of 39-inch. j For these, patterns, send 30c tor EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to SUP Bmnetl. Courier News. 37? w. Qtiincy Street Chicago 8, III i S?nd 25 cents today for the Fall! «tid Winter FASHION. 48 pap.es of j smart, easy lo sew style.': Interest- i ing features; fashion news. Gift] patterns printed Inslrte the book. Fashion Head Vetoes Paris' Decree Of Dropped Hemline for Top Style LOS ANGELES, AIIR. U, <M>) A top California faxhlon authority today said thumbs down to Paris 1 decree of hems down. The word from Paris Is longer sklrta especially since Christian Dior came out recently endowing the tr*nri. Thnt makes It official in Uie fHfltiltm-conPcIouR French cnpltal, But O. Peter Rosenfeld, president of the CftHfornla Pnshlon Creators, *rifd hfs Rswclation will resist the trend. "American women have the most beautiful ]f*rs in the world. Why ,hide them?" afik« Rosenfeld. The In- dimlry Hssnclnllnn he hends does n $500,000,000 annunl buxlneju. "Besides, 1 he added, "Pnrls crefttes clothes only for those people who have nothing to do but dres* up all the time- CaliforniR clothes are functional," During an Interview, » Rosen/eld iiiuoclnte told how his wife bought a dress from a famed Paris designer but later round she couldn't sit down In It. Returning it to the salon .ihe wa.s (.old lhal (he dress was not mode to sit down with. "That tcllR the whole story," commented RosenTeld, The Paris decree would have the high water murk in .tklrta nhout- 14 inches Irom the floor. Rosen/eld said such a length would look "ridiculous" on many women. "American women have tiou- found the becoming Length In skirts —about mid-call. They will not chnnge." Bits of News I Picnic at Walker Park Honors Company, Guests Swimming, games and Informal entertainment made up the activities for the employees and guests of the Life of Georgia Insurance Co., who Saturday afternoon attended the annual picnic at Walker Park. Guest* for the event were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McOonaeUI and son Bin! Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Warring- trin of West Memphis. J. M Plckarrt J. M. Reid, E. B. Metis and sons and Miss Mary Wcathcrly of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ward of Pine Bluff and Miss Ann Jones of JOIIES- boro. T. A, rolger serves as district manager. • • « At The HosD.tali Dismissed: Mnrtln Jones. Armnrcl Mrs. Curlts Cole, Chicago Ester Mae Hill, Armorfil Mrs, R. E. Jones, Slcele Mrs. Miles Wilson mid bn by. City James Brown, Cooler Mrs. Jor Alexander, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Carol Jean Lnwhorn, Cooler Mrs. Stanton Pepper, Hi. 1 Wylcne Ralph. City C, J, Ashnbrfinnrr, Ft. 4 Mrs, Fulton Ellis and babr, City Clyde Webb. City Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses Saturday at the ofrice of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth BIytlic nrker: J. Wnrrcn S mouse of Cos I a Mesa. Calif., and Miw Gertrude Harrison at SikcKlon, Mo. John Davlri Anderson anrt Miss Barbara Cockrell. both of Blythc- vitif. William R. Lo\vry ami Miss Mary France* Bowers, both of FHirdeUe. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday SI. Cecelia's Guild of the Woman's Auxiliary of at. Stephen'* Episcopal Church meeting with Mrs. O. O. Hfirclaway, 8 p.m. i . , Jayceettfs meet at the club at 1:311 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge Leajue plays at 7:3n pm. Mrs. Floyd Seay hojteiu to High Two Club. Club Eight, meet* In the home of Mr.!. O'ffo.'Scrape. Lsrtle.s-Day at the Country Club. Bridge-buffet luncheon beginning at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Herman Turner hostess to TLE Club. Thursriar Fidelias Cla.ss of First Baptist Church has pot-luck nipper meeting at the church at 7:15 p.m. Mrs. John Mayes hostess. Mrs. Oro'ver Wren hcjsless U> Thursday Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Is'oble at 7:3(1 p.m. Snliirriar ..Ilss Patricia McKrnxie beconies Lhe bride of Charles E. Crigger in In a 4:30 p.m ceremony In Little Rock. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Holel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance at Hotel Noble Mirror Room, Dr. and Mrs. ,J. B. Bcaslry. Mr. anrt Mrs. E. J Cure, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fend- Icr. Mr. and Mrs .1 K Ounn and Mr and Mrs. Ben Harpole, hosts and nostesses. Read Courier News Classified Ads.' St.Joseph ASPIRIN Keep Your Clothes Like New ....Gall BESTWAY! A favniile sweater nr any other important item in .vntir wardrobe and Dad's, us well as home draperies and slipcovers, will he returned lo you fresli and smart as Ihe day you scltclcd them—after our experts clean Ihcm and tend lo all necessary minor repairs. Call Hostway today for the kind ()f rapid call-for and delivery service we know you appreciate. Bestway Cleaners 1920 W. Main Phone 2408 Mr, and Mrs. Wlnfred Wyatt and family *|>ent the weekend In Jones- >x>ro with reJntlvp.s. Mr. and Mrs. William A. EldredKe, Jr., left Sauirriay for El Paso, Tex., to make lliclr home where Mr, Eln- rcriKe will be a first lieutenant in (he Adjutant General's oflicfl. They had been visiting here with Mr. Eld- rodge's mother, Mrs. Baker L. Wilson, and family. J. B. Flint's lias arrived from Hen- drlx College, Conway, lo spend several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. a. C. Rings. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McMnrxan have rehirned lo tlielr home In St. fxnils after foelni; the housegne-sUs of Mr. and Mrs. Otho BtanHeld and family for a week. Mrs. W. n. Nicholson k In New York vlskltie tier rtillighter, Mrs. Eugene J.anRslon and family. Joe Sallha of Memphis was the weekend j?»Mt of hl.i parents, Dr and Mrs. J. A. Sallfoa. Nathan IJi'vei.s. Winfred Wi'jitl, Paul Mnbon fl;iij f.ynn Brown were In Jonesboro Friday to attend a meeting of the Metropolitan Life fnsuramie Co. * Mrs. Nertra Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Swlncy and family of Madonna, Tenn., were the weekend guests r,f Mrs. B. B. Wilson. Mrs. Wilson recently returned from a 2B day tour of Ihe West which included vtstls lo Mexico and Canada. Visiting Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National E'ntk. -ship cruises to CrUa- lina. Victoria, British Columbia, and Jenny l.lnri Lake were highlights of the tour. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Mahon and their weekend Ruesls, Mr. Mahon's father. O. I). Mnhon of Jonesboro. s|w;it Saturday In Kast Prnirie, Mo. They were accompanied there hy Marilyn Oal! Mahon who had been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Mahon. while here Mrs. Mahon entertained with a wiener roast for five guests in compliment to lier liou.segllest. Mr. and Mrs. J W. Roden o( Birmingham, Ala., wnre the weekend gliesl* of Mr. Hmlen's motlier Mrs Henry Gar^is. Mrs. Oargis Is confined to her rmme after havlnp suffered a fractured leg and foot ten days aso in a fall. Mrs. Gladys Christian of Pulton. Miss.. Is spending several days with her. Miss Virginia Bowcn of Carrtwell was Ihe weekend gue.st of her mo- thnr, Mrs. Howard Bowen and sister Evelyn. , Mis. Paul Luster ha* returned lo her home In Osceola after several days visit with her sister. Mrs. W T. Barnett and Mr. Barnelt. Mr. and Mrs. Hcrshel Garner and daughters, Gayle and LaJean spent yesterday in Memphis with relatives. iUrs. Joe Alexander, Jr., was removed to her home on DOUBHU yesterday from Blytheville Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment. Mrs. Billy Boone Is a patient at Walls Hospital. Mrs. nichnrrt Prichurrt and children left yesterday for their home in Sikeston alter several days visit with Mr, and Mr.s. D. C. Par/ord. Mr. Prichard motored to Blythe- vllle to accompany them home, Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Coker and .son. Ricky of Memphis were Sunday guests ot Mr. and Mr.?. T. O Hiicy. Mr. and Mr.s. O. 8. Klene and rianuhter, Clmmia Jane have returned from a week's vi.slt in Iti- diann]>olls and Anderson, Inrt., with relatives. .\fr.s. Kale Bunch and son. Clyde Bunch nntl family have returned from a visit in Torrattcc. Calif., a* gne.st,s of Mr. and Mrs. iVcrmftn Bunch and Mrs. C. M. Oliver and THE WINNAH-AH-OH! —Clare Lfppert, of Tarentum. Pa.. smiles happily afler being named Miss Pennsylvania of 1952 at the state btauly contest at Harrisburg. Next month she'll compete in Atlantic City (or the title of Miss America. olher relatives. En route home they visited pointi of Dtah and Colorado Interest. Miss Vera Goodrich and Mr. anrt Mrs Charles Ray Newcomb and two children left Saturday for Knoxv'llle and Oak Ridge, Tenn., where they will be the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Jehu 'Itiomas and Bob Goodrich for .several day.s. Allan Berry, who Is a student, at OJc MI.W, Oxford, wax the weekend guc.si. of his p^rent-s, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mr. and Mrs. O B. Ward of Pine Bluff and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McGonagil! aiid '.son, and Mr and Mrs. L. R. Warrlnnlon of west Memphis 'Acre weekend guests o f Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Folgcr^ Mr.s. Floyd Holcomb of^fTopeka, Kan., arrived Saturday lo be the guest of her .sister, Mrs. Glenn O. Ladri and family. Mr.s. Holcomb wn.s called to Blytheville following the I death of her mother, Mr.s. Lydia ! Mande Hal] Funeral rite? were con-j ciucted yesterday. t Mr. anrt Mrs. Thomas E. Bentfln' left last night fcr their home in DcsPlalns. ' III., after spending a week here with Mrs. Benton's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Booker and sister, Mrs. Everett collier and (amity. Mrs. J. A. Lloyd. Jr., and daugh • tcr. Sherry have joined Ptc. Lloyd at Shreveport.. La., where he Is stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs'. Kenneth Taylor of Memphis were weekend gtiejte of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe. They were accompanied to Memphis by Mr. Taylor's sister by Peggy Taylor who left, last night for Fort Worth, Tex., to spend two weeks with another brother. Larry Taylor and family. Mrs. W. T. Pafford left Saturday for her home in Big Sandy, Tenn., after spending four weeks here as guest ot her son, D. C. Pafford and Mrs. Pafford. Mr. Pafford motored his mother and grandson of Sikeston. Rusty Prichard Ui Big Sandy, he returned lo BlyUieville yesterday. Rusty hart been spending several days here with his grandparent*. Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, who makes her home in Blytheville with her dnughler. Mrs. Cornelius Moillngcr Sr.. nnd Mr. Modinger, returned \ home Saturday after A visit of sev- i ernl weeks in New Orleans, La., I with relatives. She was accompanied here by her daughter aud granddaughter, Mrs., An^aste Duf- hllo and Miss Jacqueline Dulhilo, both of New Orleans, who will be guests of the Moifineers for the next two weeks. They were met in i Memphis by Mrs. Modinger and her! daughter. Airs. Rudolph Vrska and I the latter's two children, Amelia! mtn remained for an extended vis- It. The Rev. and Mrs. Bernard Brackin and Mr. and Mrs. Smith Bracxin and son were in Cairo. 111., yesterday as guest* of Mrs. smith Brackin's father, C. G. Crider and Mr. and Mrs, John White aiid family. U. 3. Railway paiienger <ir« average 72 l($ In length. and Rudy. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackin and son, Smllh, Jr., returned Friday from a week's vacation in Benton, Hot Springs, Little Rock and Memphis. Miss Marian Mayes of Jackson and Gulfport, Miss., arrived Sat- ura'iiy w spend several weeks with her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. John Maye.s belore returning to Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Gray announce th« Wrth of their first child, a son. yesterday morning at Walls Hospital. He has been named Jorry Jerome. Mrs. Gray is the former Miss Freda Gay Wagner of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Rayder and family are vacationing at Lake. Norlork. Mr. ana Mrs. Robert. Reid of Lexington, Ky.. are spending severs! days with Mrs. Reid's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett. Mr. and Mrs. narnett were in Memphis Friday night for the All-star football game in which Mr. Reid played. Mr. anrt Mrs. Reid accompanied them hcme. They had been spending several days at Hotel Peabody. Mr. and Mrs, Fulton Ellis announce the birth ot their second son. Monday at. Walls Hospital. He has been named James Franklin. Their other son 16 Charles Jesse. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay left yesterday for Lake Norfork to spend several day.s. Mrs. Jesse Ferryman o[ Bra7.il. Ind.. Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fulton Ellis and family. N. J. Hipp left today for his home in Leachville after spending a week with his daughter. Mrs. Syron Nail and family. Mrs. Ted Kettcheniger left Memphis by plane yesterday lor her home in Terre Haute, Ind., after several days visit here with Mr. and Mr.s, Fulton FJlis and family She accompanied Mrs. Jesse Ferryman to Blythe.viile, Mrs. Perry- Kirby Drug Stores WANT, 'ADS TO R£HT SELL BW frc. CONTACT — The Right Peopf* for That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYIHL-VII.I.E COURIER NKWS • • • — —^^^^^^^^^^^™^^^ •Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pure Whole Hog gam» t t Seasoned Juit 8l(ht! A BI.YTHEV1LLE Try These Sherbets! • Orange • Lime • Pineapple Take Home a Pint Tonight! WOODS DRUG STORE Blytheville, Ark. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office' Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. 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