The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 20, 1951
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BI.TTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TTORf DAY, BEPTEMBCT M, Jane SheJton, Society Editor ' Phone 4461 Party for 18 Guests Honors Linda Jaggers An al,fresco party for 18 guests last night marked the ninth birthday of Litida Jaggers. The guests were entertained at the home nl her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jagg?rs tor the affair. Following dinner on the lawn, the guests went Indoors where the honoree opened the assorted gifts and the large birthday cake, centering the lace draped dining table, was cut and served with ice cream. I Mary Tarver Stevenson and Lucyj Caudal Look prizes in the pacryj games. Favors were presented the ] guests, i Mrs. Jaggers was assisted by the j •honorcc's grandmother, MLS. J. G. | Barnes and aunt, Mrs. Thomas Bo- j gan. • * * 75 Ailcnd Drop-In .At J. Driver Home OSCEOLA, Ark.. Sept. 20-5c\>- enty-five guests called horn 3 tLU 5 Tuesday afternoon at (he Jcttie Driver homo to extend best wishos to two recent brides. Mrs. Roy Cox was co-hostess for the Informal affair feting Mrs, O. T. Richardson and Mrs. William Driver Shiuptui. Mrs. Hichfirdson is the former Miss Ann Driver of Osceola, Mrs. Shippen the fornipr Mis.s Lynda Francos Adorns of Little Rock. Party foods and iced drinks uere served from the refreshment table which was draped with B mndcrla cut work cloth and centered with a crystal bowl filled with yellow roses and pom pom chrysanthemums in mixed autumn tones, Mrs, Jack Wilson, Mrs. R. W. Reldy. Mrs. Melvin Speck, Mrs. Denver Wilson and Mis. Welby Young assisted In serving. • + * Dessert Bridge Fetes Osceola Bride-Elect OSCEOLA, Ark., Sept 20—Mrs. Frank Sanders, Mrs. Billy Ay res and Mrs, Harry Matlock Tuesday night were hostesses at the Matlock home with R dessert bridge complimenting Miss Sarah Adclle Hook, bride-elect ot Horace K. Moore of Memphis unri Corona. Seven tables of bridge guests and seven tea guesU attended the pre- nuptlal event. The bridal table, which served as focsl potnl'of interest in the entertaining rooms, was adorned with the figure of a bride wreathed In Thite carnations set. in lacy fern, At either end of the table stood the figures of a bride and groom. In the bridge game Mrs. Frank Sdrlngton won high score. Mrs. Melvin Speck, second high and Miss Mary Elizabeth Balloue traveling prize. Mfsi Hook took bingo honors. AH were presented hand painted Mary 'Rodney pieces. For the occasion Miss Hook received In a trousseau model of pale b 1 u t taffeta complemented with * sash of bushia taffeta. She was presented fushia carnations from her hctttes-sps. The hostesses' gift was R handpainted china lamp. Out-of-town guests for the party, another In the scries feting Miss Tops In Fashion 8637 12-42 EACH 1YARD Mrs. Wyatt Leads Delphian Discussion "On Being A Renl Woman" was the program led by Mrs. William Wyatt yesterday at the 10 a.m. discussion meeting of the Deltonlan Chapter of Ihe Delphian Society. Tlic (irsl meeting O f the fall season was conducted at Hotel Noble, with Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Mrs. O. W. Coppcdue, Mrs. j. W. Haydor, Mrs. J. P. Garrott and Mrs. T. I. Seay particijKitiMK. Mrs. H, W. Wylie serves at cliaj). ter president,, Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday C. and N. Birthday Club has 7:30 meeting st home of Mrs. P. S. Parker. Duplicate Bridge League 1:30 at I Hotel Noble. Kridaj Stitch and Chatter Club ha.s 7:30 meeting with Mrs. Wesley Thomas. Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has monthly business-social. Hostesses are Mrs. Bess | Stanton, Mrs. John Foster. Mrs. Sam Rhoades and Mrs. Lois More- Fur-Lined Suit Versatility Extolled •••^^M^H'*'™^**'**.^^ 1 .ttrrti^-*. B ^H_ ^_ . ._ * By Sue Burnett Particularly popular this season— the dashing wcskit to icam up with a well cut .skirt nud your [let blouse or sweater. Each of the one-yard weikits, as well a.s the slim skirt, goes together easily and quickly. Pattern No, 8637 is a scw-rile perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 1C, 18. 20; 40, 42. Size 14, I yard o( 54-inch for each style. Pattern No. 8808 Is a scw-rlle icrforated pattern in wat&t sizes 24, 25, 26!,, 28. 30 and 32. Size 25. I yard of 51-inch, For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, In COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News. 372 W. Qulnc.v Street. Chicago 0, III. • Send 25 cents today for the Pall and Winter FASHION. 48 pages of smart, easy to ac\\- styles; Intelest- ing features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed Inside the book. If you want your sheets to last out a lengthiy lifetime, without "accidents'' to hasten their end. avoid these mistakes: Never yank the sheets off the bed when you're In a rush; they-may cnlch on the springs or upon broken or splintered parts of the bed. Avoid too- hurried riming ol yotir sheeets. lest soap be left In (hem. Hook prior to her Sept. 32 marriage were Mrs. W. E. Ayres. Jr., Mrs. Edward A. Hook. MLu Betty Ann Whitworth and Miss Elizabeth Moore all of Memphis. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KI.CN nl 10:10 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcement!). Kox Office I'hone 2752 — Of fire I'Unnc 6<l<>8 »ox Office Opens at l:-l.i—Show Starts 2:011 C.M CONTINUOUS SHOWING KVEKYIMY Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters : NO MOSdlTI'OKS NO Hl'CS THURSDAY & FRIDAY ONLY! XOWtSB HUGHES ^^^^^j i JOHN WAYNE \ROBERTRYAN HH I'aramniml XPWS & Shorts eatre IR CONDITIONED Mr Conditioned bi lUfrlitrrillon BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Thursday & Friday—2 Hits .^Suis MAGUEY land. Saturday Miss. Sarah Adelle Hook of Os ccola mnrrlcs Horace E. Moore ?t Osccola Presbyterian Church. Duplicate Briilce League plaj-s at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Olrl Scouts and Brownies register at (he Little House at Walker Pnrk from 10 to 11:30 a.m. By OAII.E Dl/'GAS XKA Woman's Editor NEW YORK (NE:Al—Tile woman v ho wants to jnake a sound clothes investment for autumn will tnke more than one look at the suit with a fur-Hned, reversible short coat. She will get. for her money. I double wear from Oic coat. Fur on 'one side, wool on the other mean.; a coat that is twice as useful. Anc she will also Ret a suit that ts i'- Initial P. T. A. Session Planned WILSON. Ark., Sept. 20 — Mrs Charles Lcftwlch, president of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association, announced that the first meeting nf the school year will be held tomorrow night at 1:30 In the school cafeteria. Mrs. Leftwich and committee chairmen will give outlines of plans for the year, following the introduction of faculty members by Sup- Society To Mak« Fair Entry Plans Plans will be mad« for an exhibit at the county fair when the Altar Society of the Immaculate Conception Church meets tomorrow. The session U scheduled to t»gi» at 2:30 p.m. at the KhooL erlntendent Phillip J. Deer, a loclal will be held with the hospitality committee members as hostesses. . - to be worn a* such. But further, .she'll have the .skirt for wear with sweaters, with blouse.s, with odd i;i :kel-s. Handsome tweed in red-and-gray, given wide cuffs and reversible lining of gray muskrat, makes a sui" (lefti-that could be a mainstay through fall and winter. It. has j wide revers and a fullness that per- j tniLs deep wrapping. Shoulders are | smoothly rounded, lines are sound good taste. A straight skirt in red has a single pleat at front center It, allow for walking comfort. The wrap coat appears again (right) in a suit of wine fleece. Here the lining is black broadtail, f There's an edging of the fur for this reversible coat. Gulfs are wide and notched. A front center pleat appears again In the smooth,; straight skirt. Save Metal lies For Best Wear Br ALICIA HART NKA Staff Writer There's something about glint and glitter at nine o'clock on a dreary Monday that sets on edge the teeth of most employers. The same thing holds true for the other hours of the day, the other days ot the week. A business otfice Is simply not the place for the new metallic fabrics, unless they're very restrained indeed. Particularly are they inappropriate when gleaming gold has been spread liberally around on a floral print that's already tull- btown and opnlent-locklns. These print*, which are really at their best, lor evening or late afternoon wear, mmt be chosen path extreme cure If you are planning to So through the day with them. There are available a number o! subtly-treated metallic*, such as the tweedy-looking fabrics shot through with gold or silver thread^ If you Just can't resist the shiny new trend, It's best to restrict your workaday dre«e« to this type material. * RUTH MILLETT * Vomen Sold Men On Idea of Wearing Shorts By RUTH Ml I.LETT. NEA Staff Writer If you don't believe that women are the more determined sex, look nt haw they've sold men on the itien ot wearing shorts. When women first decided that shorts were the ideal costume for doing hou.-5ei.vork and gardening, men threw up their hands In real horror. They thought women looked terrible In shorts and said so. They thought women who wore shorts were looking for masculine attention. I once heard a man remark: '' H oiv ni a ny wo me n do you s LI p - would get out in their front yards and push power mowers If they couldn't wear shorts?" They thought the woman who was too plump or too thin to look well in shores waa silly to wear them. But (he women went right on v;earin? shorts. And now, of course, they have their husbands wearing them, too. Papa, who once sneered at wom- tn who wear -shorts to do yard work, now comes home from the office and gets into shorts before he tackles any job around the yard. It doesn't occur to Papa that anybody will think he is showing off wheji he wears shorts to push the lawn mower. Papa Finds Shorts More Comfortable Nor does he ever stop to wonder il he looks as handsome in a pair ot shorts a.s in a business suit. AH h- cares about is that he's comfortable. Yet when Mama was introducing shorts to the American home. Papa couldn't believe she liked them because she had at last found the ideal summer working uniform. Now, of course, there's not much he can say. After at], the average woman h more fetching in a pair ot shorts titan the average man. And il he wears them purely for comfort, how can he intimate that she doesn't find them just as comfortable? Il didn't take women Ions to sell men on the idea of shorts. It was ' a short shorts story. Membership Drive Begins in Wilson WILSON, Ark.. Sept. 20.—The annual membership drive of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association opened Monday and will continue into October. Mrs. J. D. Rankin. chairman ot the membership committee. will be assis cd by the room mothers of the various grades. This year, as an incentive to sain more members, the PTA will present an award to the grade or grades reaching the 1001, mark during the drive. of Brown Suede So Much... (or So Little SC95 One of our many clever Connie Flats.. .so light and comfortable, perfect for dancing datt, for drew up, for looking your prettiest! Many other style* and colors to choose from. One Stop Shoe Servict Repairing — Cleaning — Dyeing 421 W. Main Phone 3549 sjlicill Blouse Hit For Fall 3 98 cw version of |r,e Mo,,* no ,mart sirl -honl.l be wtih- om-tlii, .«l,o,|. s ]«vcH rayon li,s, le fj,j|lr rl.i«ir [,y J,,,tv Ron.I Here it ha., a higli-huiioticH rn-lci r ,,!|.., r an( | , f ro ,,, ,|,.,,' 5 '„„,,;,,,,,,„., tl . lu< kc.l. drfllv Milclir.1. llavr it i,, morc ,|, ai) r ,,, e ,,( lh( . U| ,, v ,,,,,,,^1 Ihey'rc all ua-halile Si/p. ,^2-iS. WE DELIVER 200 E. MAIN ST. FEINBERG'S ad<«*ix*ji m GLMIOUR $ f V vv f wo won< j er co&tf ...with the look yon Hke, well-bred, distinctive. Choose youri... irtd weir It TAILORID »T DONKYftROOK wilh P rid « for important town occaiToni, for carefree country dayi, LEFT: Donnynaca pinpoint, K. fascinating fabric . . . saucer collar .set-in sleevcj,, bit ambf r- likp buttons. Tan grey, heather, gold. Sizes 8 to 18 on both styles shown here. 55 00 RIGHT: Soil -to - touch wool suede with real luxury appeal. This dashing coat ha.s cowl col- Kir. set-In sleeves with .stitched cuITs, slash pockets. Maple, green, purp-e and beig«. LAY AWAY NOW WHILE SELECTIONS ARE BEST .'1

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