PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIU.B (AUK.) COURIER NEWS' : tATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1953 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phoiife 4461 ', *J&ak.i..i~ ' I ENGAGED — The engagement of Miss'Kathleen Elizabeth Black to Truman Egbert Gecslin; Jr., o( Drew. Miss., son of Mr. nnrt Mrs. Truman Egbert Geeslin of Cleveland, Miss., Ls being announced by the bride-elect's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworlh Evans Black. The wedding will be solemnized In the Spring. Kathleen Elizabeth Black is Bride-Elect of T. E. Geeslin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth Evans Black announce the engagement ol their daughter, Miss Knthleen Elizabeth .Black, to Truman Egbert Geeslin Jr., of Drew, Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. Trumnn Egbert Geeslin of Cleveland. Miss. The bride-elect Is the granddaughter of Mrs. Waring Axson Black and'the late Waring Axson Black nijd the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murray Butt. Mr Oceslin Is'the grandson o! Mrs Ebble Oscar Gecslin and the .late Ebbio Oscar Geeslin of Cleveland, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Winston Blulord Cox of Grenada, Mis Miss Black was valedictorian when she was graduated from Bly- thevllle High School. She attended Randolph-Macon Woman's College. Lynchburg, Va.,*two years where she became a member of Kappa Alpha Theta social sorority. Receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree from Vandcrbllt university, Nashville, Tenn, cum laude, Miss Black is a member of Phi Beta Kappa scholastic fraternity. Chosen to represent Blytheville as Lady of the Realm in the 1950 Cotton Carnival. Miss Black is a member of the Royal Club of Memphis. Since graduation, she has been a member of the Blytheville Public School facility. Mr. Geeslin was graduated from Cleveland Hit;h School. Associated with Anderson - Clayton Cotton Company of Mcmphta, he was connected with Ihe Blytheville branch before becoming .manager of the firm's office at Drew. The wedding will be solemnized In Ihe Spring. Newest In Casuals By Sue Butnelt Created expressly to compllmem B woman's figure Is this slim casual style lhafs ideal for daytime activities. Note the solt collar, gored skirt, comfortable yoked back. Pattern No. 8897 Is a sc\v-rite perforated pattern In sizes 34, 38, 38 40 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36, 4!i yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size de- ilrcd, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Durnctt, Courier News, 316 Qunlcy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready Jor you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Pall and Winter. This new l«ue Is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed Inside the book, Ko, La Finesse Club Is Entertained Mrs. Richard Rose entertained members and guesl.-; of La Finesse Club nt her home in Dell yesterday, for their weekly bridge 'parly. Guests for the afternoon's entertainment Included Mrs. Harry. A. FInines nnd Mrs. Orady Magce. Winners of the bridge game were Mrs. Everett Peterson, Mrs. Jack Webb, ami Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr. lirst, second and bridgo, 1 respectively. , A dessert course was served during the afternoon. Masonic Temple Scene of Meeting Twenty two members and guest* of the Past Matrons and Patron Club were entertained by Mrs. Ra> leigh Sylvester and Mrs. T. 3 Bailey at the Masonic Temple las night, .following a business session. Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr., conductec the business after which guest played rook. Mrs. N. w, Kyle won first plac for women, Shields Edwards wo first place for men, and Mrs. Alton Hardy won rooko. A dessert cours was served. Bits of News ,7C4 Heaven Help The Man Who Thinks He Knows Al! About'The Women I have a long letter from a bachelor who goes on and on about s'l the things that are wrong wlk, American women. Women, he thinks, J Mrs. j. E. Crook has just return- d from a two-weeks vacation in louston and In Dallas, Tex., with elatlves. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, r,, and Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Hoke f Osceola will leave tomorrow for Chicago, where they will spend a eck on business, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Brown, Jr., orrnerly of Blytheville, announce he birth of their first chilli, a son, Dec. 31 .at a Cornpton, Calif,, Hos- lital. The child has been named Dennis ' Wayne. Formerly Miss 3hiirlene Wicker. Mrs. Brown is he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vicker of Blythevillc. Robert G, McHancy nnd Joe W. icllnncy of BlythevlUe and Jack iIcHancy of Kcnnett left this morn- ng for Cleveland, O,, where they viil spend a week at the annual Monument Builders of America Convention, Mis. A. J. Pipkin nnd grandson, !, A. Phillips, returned yesterday rotn Memphis where they visited Mr, and Mrs. E, E. Ralcltff and ainlly a week. Ed word Lee Pipkin returned to VashiiiRton .University In St. Louis .fter spending a week here with his Ister, Mrs, Doris Phillips and chil- rcn, and his mother. Mrs, A, J. Mpktn. Lima Kay Penn, 20-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Guthrie 'enn, Es a patient at Blythevllle (capital. The child, who has been r ery ill, Is reported to be improv- ng slightly. Airman First Class R, A. Friend arrived home last r.ight following a cnr'fi service in Korea. He was met n Memphis by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend, and will be icre approximately 30 days before going to Mitchell Field, Long Island, •\, Y., where he Is to be stationed. have certain fallings because they are women. Heaven help his wife if he ever marries for ,there Is nothing more frustrating to a than to man regard her as being like all other wo- Ruth Millett Just women. They're indivldu- If a man happens to know 10 A'omen who react In a certain way, hat doesn't mean the eleventh one s going to react the same. And a man may find a certain fault fn a mm her of. women without proving hat he'll find that fault in every woman. That is why the most Infuriating ;h!ng a man can say to a woman Alien he Is criticizing her is "That's list like a woman!" It denies her any individuality vl all. It Implies she is not an Individual, Just a woman, and that any other woman In the world would lave done exactly what she did. So heaven help the gfrl who marries a man who knows all about women, lumping them together and attributing certain faults nnd vlr- .ues ot them simply because they are women. A woman can't hope for understanding from such a man, or respect, or consideration, or even for real love. Because we love a person for the things that make him different from every other individual In the world. And the man who thinkcs he knows all about women wouldn't be capable of seeing all the mnny ways hi which one woman is different from all the other women he has known. _uncheon Given For Club, Guests Members find guests of the Friday Club were entertained yester- dny 'With a luncheon luul bridge by Mrs. FfliTls McCnlla and Mrs. Rob Lortan, at the Logan home. Forming the centerpiece for the .itnclicon table in the dining room was n low arrangement of Picnrd! glndloH. A profusion of assorted colors ot glndololi nnd other flowers were used about the living room. Guests'or the afternoon's HCtlvl- l !os '1 net n ri ?d Mrs. AI be rt Ta vlor Mrs. Mnx Lognri nnd Mrs. Toby Long. Guests spent- the afternoon in playing bridge. Gleaners Class Entertained by 4 Mrs. Floyd Hector, Mrs, 'Ilielma Johnson, Mrs. Josephine RoHisou and Mrs. Lois Blanchnrd were hostesses to members of the Gleaners Sunday School Class of the First nnpllst Church, when Mrs. Albert Enderlin opened the meeting with prayer. . Mrs. W. E. Wallace, who presided In the absence of Mrs, C. L. McWaLers.: also gave the devotional. During the business, Miss Clara Bell Ken ton wns elected .secretary, and the new group captains appointed were Mrs. Herman Walls. Mrs. A. M. King, Mrs. Rector, and Mrs. C. M. Smart. Mrs. Walter .Bishop .dlsml^cd^ with prayer, and in the soclnl hour; Mrs. Burlcy Slayton was In charge of entertainment. Dessert and coffee were served. OSCEOLA NEWS By B«tty« NeH« BUrr WMUJBpatd Has Lii.ncMotvMeetingi Members or the First Baptisl Church Women's Missionary Union's Executive Board met witl Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. R. E Blaylock, Mrs. H. H. Brooks, Mrs E. P. Hardin. Mrs. Albert Enderlin Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mrs.. O. E Evans Thursday lor a luncheon meeting- ' Mrs. Brown gave the opening prayer and a devotional was given by Mrs .C. S. Lemons. Mrs. Berry presided over Ihe business. Tables at which the guests were seated were centered with white rrhrysanthnmms nnd narcissus. Mrs. Charles McWatcrs led the dismissal prayer. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license from the office of the County Clerk, Mrs. Eliz abcth Blythe Parker: Jimmy Hodge and Ruby Jeanne Davis, both of Blythevllle. Thirty-Eight Attend Burdette PTA Meet Thirty-eight members of the Burdette Parent-Teachers Association met for a regular program, "The Exceptional Child." Thursday afternoon, when guest, speakers were Mrs. Roy T. Bagley and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. \Vylie Young 'gave the devotional and Mrs. Harry L,utes gave the secretary's and treasurer's report. Mrs. Clayton Holder gave the president's message. Mrs. Bagley spoke on. the needs of an exceptional child and Mrs. Rainwater spoke on Lange school for exceptional children. Room count went to the ninth grade, sixtli grade and third grade. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Brad Shcarin, Mrs. Harry Lutes, Mrs. W. M. Langley. Mrs. Kirk Williams, Mrs. Rcymond Payne and Mrs. Shirley GoiT. Coming Events Monday Newcomer's Club has special meeting at 6 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Circle One of Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Society meets with Mrs. Zula Kenwrlght at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ross Caldwell. circle Two meets with Mrs. John Nelson at 105 Lily Faith and Hope Groups of the Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church have 10 p.m. meeting In preparation for the Labratory Visitations Evangel- sm School, with luncheon served by the leaders. Dolly Heltt Young Women's Auxiliary of Ihe First Baptist Church meets with Martha Ann Foster. Dolly Hlelt Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church has meeting with Miss Maxlne HIM, First Baptist Women's Missionary Union has 1 p.m. luncheon at church followed by Business session and Royal Service Program. Lake Street Methodist Church luis regular weekly meeting. Six Circles of the First Presbyterian Women of the Church meets as follows: Circle One witli Mrs. J. A. Leech, Circle Two with Mrs. Jess Horner. Circle Three with Mrs. Ed Dicks, Circle Four with Mrs. James S. Mnnley,'Circle Five with Mrs. B. C. Bailey and Mrs. Curtis Anderson, and Circle Six with Mrs. Oeraldine M. Greene. Tuesday Members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League play a monthly maMerpoint game. Tuesday Bridge Club Is entertained by Mrs. W. C. Htgglnson. Mrs. James Terry entertains Trl- Town Bridge Club. Mrs. A. H. 'McMan'us Is hostess to members of the La Petite Club. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club has semi-monthly meeting. Mrs. Glenn Harrington Is hostess to members of the Timka Bunco Club. Charlevolx Chapter of Daughter of the American Revolution has luncheon at 1 p.m. nt Hotel Noble with Mrs. George Pollock', Jr., Mrs F. V. Rutherford and Miss Cordelia Wllhlle as hostesses. Gosnell« Parent-Teachers Association hns 7:30 p.m. meeting at school with Miss Minnie Foster in charge of the program. Wednesday Members of the Wednesday Club have luncheon nt the Country club. Mrs. .Otto Scrape Is hostess to members.of Club Eight. Town and Country Club Is being entertained by Mrs. A. B, Reese. Dogwood Home Demonstration Clut) has semi-monthly meeting Dcltonlan. Chapter, of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. C. W. Afflick is hostess for luncheon for members of Chapter "D" of PEO. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertains Thursday club. Thursday Contract Club entertained by Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mrs. Randall Hawks Is hostess to members of the GEO Club. Mrs. Harry w. Haines entertains, members of the MId-Wcek Club at the Country Club. FridiT Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m luncheon with Mrs. w. L. Horner Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Farr are hosts for a 7:30 p.m. business meeting of Club 28. Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., en lertnlns members of Friday Con tract Club. Hold House -Warming nesday from Fordyce where they Twenty-flv'e friends surprised Mr. went to spend the holidays with and Mrs. David Chiles with house-warming Wednesday night in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Chiles were married on Dec. 19. Mrs. H. J. Levcnsteln, Miss Bebe Levenstein, Mrs. Russell Chiles, and Mrs. Bob Chiles prepared refreshments and brought them in after the guests had assembled. After opening of the gifts, the evening was spent Informally. Bridge Club Meets Mrs. John W. Edrlngton was hostess to her four-table bridge club Thursday for a dessert course preceding the bridge game. Playing with the members was Mrs. Edrington's daughter, Mrs. Earl Futch of Ocala, Fla., and Mrs. Spencer Gibson". Mrs. J. L. Ward was high winner, Mrs. Harry Driver, second and bridge was awarded to Mrs. Gibson. Bowls of greenery were placed around the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Driver Knterlalns Mrs. Harry Driver entertained her wo-tnljle bridge club with a lunch- on Friday. Mrs. Harris Parts of Union City, Tenn., and Mrs. Roy :auley ot New Orleans and Mrs. C. E. Dean were guests. Mrs. Joe Cromer won high score. .Mrs. Gillespie Hostess Mrs. Bob Gillespie wns hostess to ler luncheon-canasta club at her lome Thursday. The dining table, where the guests were seated, was covered with a lipstick red table cloth and was centered with a long arrangement of Jruits. Mrs. B. H. Riley was winner in the games of canasta that followed the luncheon. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Rnlph Monroe and son. Ronnie, returned home Wed- More than 2,470,000 big game animals find food and shelter in the forest fastnesses of the Unite Slates. DONT WAIT! Don't wait until you've savcrl up the cash to enjoy the convenience and economy of Natural Gas. .We'll finance your iNatural Gas Pipe Installation for you. Have the work done by any qualified pipe installer. We'll pay the hill and a'r-. range for you to repay us on low monthly installments. Call, write, or come In and see us for complete information on (his plan that 1 9 makes it easy for you to ha>e Natural Gas Service right away. No obligation. Ark-Mo Power Co: Forget Washday Drudgery, Send Us Your Laundry! LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Mrs. Monroe's mother, Mrs. C. N. Lynn. Their car was lilt by a Roclt Island train within the city limits of Fordyce. The three received slight cuts and bruises and were taken to a clinic there for treatment. Mrs. Bob Gillespie drove her son, Snow Wilson, to Fayettcville, Friday where he will enroll in the University for the next semester. Shoppers in Memphis Thursday were Mrs. Tal Tongate, Mrs. Margaret Segraves, Mrs. Bruce Colbert, Mrs. Tom Callis, Mrs. Herbert Shippen, Mr. and Mrs. Jettle Driver. Mrs. Lalah Coble accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. David Laney, drove to Memphis Friday where they were met by Mrs. Arthur Moran, who left wllh Mrs. Coble Friday night for El Paso, Tex., where they will spend the remaining winter months. Mrs. Lancy drove back home after seeing her mother and mint off for the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Driver were Memphis visitors over the week end. Among those frojri Mississippi I/li ie Blylherllle Hotpltal Dismissed: Mrs. Lennie AzbelJ. Cooler. Mr. R. P. H, Raspberry, city. Walls Hospital Mrs. David Lse, Osceola. James Oracle, city. / Dressinaker Costume To Go Down to Sea By DOROT1IV HOE Associated I'ress Fashion Editor This year, thanks to new water- shedding fabrics and the Ingenuity • of certain designers, you'll go down to the sea in dressmaker costumes. The beach ensemble is the new big noise in resort wear, consisting of a carefully fitted swim suit 1n a gay printed fabric and a matching tie-around skirt. Wearing the skirt, you are properly clad for country club terrace or dance floor. Without it, you are ready for the briny deep. The new jabrlcs dry so quickly and smoothly that It's perfectly possible to wear the suit for a s\vim, dry In the sun and then put on the skirt tc go and lunch decorously in the patio, looking properly dressed f for the afternoon, Most people have, found that life at A resort hotel'Is simplified considerably f/ 'they don't have to interrupt the day's swimming and sunning ro change for lunch, and County leaving Sunday to attend 1 then change again for the after- the REA Convention in San Francisco are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Callis and daughter, Lalla Ann, of Luxora, Mr. and Mis. Charlie Lutes of New Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shckcm of Lepanto. The Callis' will stop over in Houston, Tc.x., for several days visit with Mrs. Callis' brother, Edgar Lynch, and family and will spend a lew days with Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lynchc in Tucson. Ariz. The group will return home in three weeks. The convention begins Jan. 25. French Designer Shows Full Skirts In-Season of 'Straight and Narrow' r By DOROTHY ROE NEW YORK W — Just to bfi different, Jacques Fath. the Paris designer who presented today an American collection for the house of Joseph Halpert, shows a series of voluminously full skirts in a season of the filraight-nnd-tmrrow silhouette. This is the sort of pixie humor that makes the French the unpredictable artists of fashion that they are. True, Path's bouffant skirts are mostly for after-five wear, but they arc exaggerated enough to be sensational in a_ season of slim lines, One of the most spectacular is a taffeta dinner dress whose nnkle- length skirt has enough yardage to make a good-sized circus tent.. Another, designed ..for) cocktail or Informal 'dinner wear, h'ns; a skirl' whose sides r may be lifted to shoulder -height without disturbing the pieated fullness at front and back. Perhaps the astute Frenchman thinks there, may be a number oE women who still may wish to hide their hips beneath the bouffant skirt, Philip Mangone, the master tailor, clings to the narrow silhouette in his shaped collection of and finished beautiful}/ suits and coats. He shows some handsome silk tweeds for spring, presents box and semi-fitted jackets in a series of new-looking suits, and uses the .bold plaids which have become almost a signature in some distinguished casual coats, narrower this year than formerly. Mangone does tricks with pockets, often using four of them on tubular wrap coats, or -putting, small pockets on top of big ones. He likes light-weight tweeds and chiffon poodle cloths for coats, s moo t h wool baratheas and worsteds for suits. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature First Run in Ulytheville Tony CURTIS-Jan SWUNG Nona FREEMAN 'SERIAL: The Phantom Empire & Cartoon SUNDAY-MONDAY Double Feature THIS* Loretto YOUNG PI,US — Only Minnesota and Wisconsin have more natural lakes than the state of Nebraska. noon swim. The ensemble is the answer, and a designer who hr.s worked it out in [In tiering and practical detail Is Frances Sider, who shows n series of suit-ami-skirt combinations in her current collection. The suits, of course, all have the built-in foundations that mold the figure to bathing beauty lines. Frances also has a line of "sun bods'" suits with complete built-in bra and panty girdle, for complete control, and shows bench cover-ups in striped and plain tefry cloth. This Victim Gets A Double Dose WASHINGTON Wj — A 40-year- old man was jumped on by three men recently and relieved' of his waHet. Later on tile same evening, Ihe victim decided to return to. the scene to retrieve his hat which was lost In the scuffle. t NOTICE Carpenters Local at 209 '/ 2 Main St. will be Open Mon' day; through Friday from S id 5. If you need to remodel, repair or build Call 3372. First class work by union craftsmen, anrl information you need. After 5 p.m. Calf 8747. ' SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature UKFOLDIHG WITH UNENDING SUSPENSE! • ixALLEN-KOKO Colorado 4;' Sundown-^ SERIAL: Son of Geronimo and Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Abbott eet Captain Kidd 7,w»RK!s BROS: «.,„,, X conute CHUUS tAwcmi * WMOIEY rwoowio* o.it«BwT(o»rVYARNER BROS Paramount, News — Special Short and Cartoon R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blomeyer Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Councille and family Mrs Clarence Wilson Mr. and'Mrs. Richard Becker For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries We Deliver Call In 2043 Come lrT 1044 Chick.
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