The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 20, 1951
Page 5
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER JO, 19W (AHK.) OOUKIER PASS Society, A/ewA Sheltoc, Society Editor § Phoat 4461 Past Matrons> Patrons Entertained at Haley Home Chryanthemun.s, asters and car- .^ttions topped the dining table of ^fti«'* Don Haley home last night for a buffet supper honoring members and guests of the Past Matrons and patrons Club. Fivfc guests met wi th th e 24 members attending for supper fo! lowed by a business session and an evening of playing rook. Following dinner, which was *«rved from the linen cutwork Laid table, Mrs. J. A. Saliba, club president conducted the business discussions, Seated in the floral bedecked entertaining rooms, rook was played with Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester and Mrs. Earl Damon taking high score honors for the women. Earl Damon led the scores for the men and Mrs, R. A, Ccpelahd won rooko. Mrs. T. A, Belt assisted Mrs. Haley in serving. • * • Four Guests Play Bridge With Club Eight Members Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. Mrs. 8. C. Owens. Mrs, Ray Hall and Mrs. Paul Pryor were guests yesler-j day afternoon with members of Club Eight when Mrs. Paul Jobe entertained the group at her home on West Main. Early fall blooms adorned the tertaining room In which bridge played. Mrs. H. G. Partlow took high score honors, Mrs. Q. O. Poetz winning second high and Mrs. McWaters, bridge, * * * Supper Party At Owens Home Entertains Class A barbecue supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owens Tuesday night entertained members of the Seekers Class of the First Methodist Church. In a brief business session following the meal officers were named, with Mr. Owens being §elected president of the group. Following the picnic fare, which was served on the lawn to the class members and guests, the Rev. and Mrs. Roy I. Bagley and Miss Sue Osmenf, the election was held. Others bo serve with Mr. Owens are Edsel Harber, vice president; Miss Elizabeth Moss', secretary and Joe Van Cleve, treasurer. Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz serves as elaas teacher. Narrow, Fitted Silhouette for Fall By GAILE DUGAS XEA Woman's Editor NEW YORK — (NBA) — The wrappy. narrow look in fall coats is balanced by a silhouette that 1 .? diametrically different: the fitted coat with full skirt. Both silhouettes appear in rough, thickly-pilert wcol- ens. woolens so well manipulated that they entirely lack the look of bulk. The combinations of colors in these fabrics are warm and beautiful. Tweed appears in orange-and red, or black-and-blue or purple- and-brown. Much attention is paid to linings. They are gorgeous with rainbow strips that glisten and change color; brilliant with contrast when, for one. turquoise-taf- feta lights up a black, nubby woo! The wrapped coat cleft) is given a sunburst, effect from neckline U. Just below the shoulders. In a cin namon brown. thickly-piled wool, i has a scooped-in he-inline to allo\ for mapping. It also has deep arm holes and a wide roll collar th can be worn low or close to th neck. A spectacular lining in cinnamon brown Is banded with three- inch strips of brown velvet. The narrow waist and bell-like skirt of a fitted coat (right) are foils for matching stole. This house, does coat-and-stole For That We 11-Groomed Look, Touch Lashes and Brows with Baby Oil Miss Patsy Bartholomew of Bly- :heville, Miss Geraldine Holt and Hiss Frieda Fincher of Manila have ioined the Modenians at Blue Moun- ain College, Blue Mountain, Miss., Frank Wagner, Jr., Eon of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wngner of Blythc- ville. has pledged Kappa Sigma fraternity at the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, where he Is a sophomore. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Banister nave returned from Kennett where Ihey had spent the past several days due to the illness and death of Mr. Banister's father, J. W. Banister. King Matthews of Memphis, Biy- ant F. Stewart and Harvey Stewart returned last njsht from Little Hock and Hot Springs where they had spent several days. Mr. Matthews, who was the overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stewart, left today for his home. Mr. and Mrs. Riales Bateon of Memphis will arrive tonight to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.! E. Louis Millson at their home in' the Oosnell community. Seaman Apprentice Charles I'ri- chard is spending a 15-day leave here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Acie Prichard. He recently completed recruit training at San Diego Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart and son. Murray. Jr.. left today for New Orleans where Murray Smart. Jr.. will enroll as a freshman at Tulane. They were accompanied on (he trip by John Stickmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCuLchen will leave Saturday from Memphis where they will join a. party of friends to attend the Motion Picture Convention in New York. The group will leave Memphis by plane Sunday. Bj ALICIA HART N'EA Kc.uly Editor Unless you report, to false ones, you'll probably find It difficult to come by the Jong sweeping lashes that most women consider Ideal. Accepting this as a fact, (he next step is not discouragement but rather making the most of the eyelashes and eyebrows with which nature saw fit to endow you. If your brows and lashes are somewhat on the insignificant side, build them Into new beauty with grooming and with special tricte at make-up time. A useful aid in both these projects Is baby oil. To combat straggly brows, make a practice of smoothing them into place with an oil-moistened finger. Not only will this help to hold strays in line, hut the resultant glow; will heighten the appeal of your brows as well Eyelashes touched wilh this oil as a final touch after you've applied cosmetics will gain a silken look. Highlighted in this manner. I they tend to gain an importance it related to their length. ,t» ftr«m*n rhsn to tin* fat e*p- :aln« who command them. The city council has approved a budget which pays 5325 a month wages to experienced enlisted firemen, but nothing was done to raise the pay of fire captains from (316. Mayor Thomas R. Morgan »yi the budget can't be reopened now, so it will be thnt way for at, least i year. And he wont let the captain; revert to the ranks. He says their appointments have been confirmed l>y the council, and that's whert they'll have to stay. team, with the stole fitted at the shoulders so that it won't slip. Both are in nubby brown tweed but the stole is striped and fringed in black. Among the Blytheville residents in Kennett yesterday for the funeral services of J. W. Banister, father of Rodney Banister, were ! Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little, Mr. and j Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mr. and Mrs.: i W. R. Campbell. Mrs. Marvin Rob- amejinson, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, W. I.' Osborne. Jr.. B. A. Lynch and F. E. : Osceola Club Department Has Program Meeting OSCEOLA. Ark.. Sept. 20—The Literary Department of the Progressive Club met Tuesday afternoon' in the club rooms with Mrs. R. H. Jones, chairman presiding. Officers to serve lor the year are Mrs. D. H. Blackwoorf, vice chairman; Mrs. Claude Lloyd, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. R. L. Nailling a n d Mrs. Bcttye Nelle Starr, publicity; and Mrs. H. J. Levenstein and Mrs. Ruth Swansey, telephone committee, Mrs, Jones, who directed the af- A bit of b;iby oil, smoothed on at make-up lime as viell as before retiring, aids (his ytmtig in achieving silky- looUing eyebrous nnd lasties. iernoon's procram Introduced Miss Jo Ann Laney vvho sang a solo Mrs. pniry F. Hen-ins closed the pvosnim with exi:crpts from David Dunn's 'Try Giving; yourself Away." Hostesses lor Ihe afternoon were Mrs. I,, Howton, Mrs. C. M.'Harwell, Mrs. George Ecirington. Mrs. John W. Edrington, and Mrs. W. B. Flaniiigan. Included in the gucM list xvere Mrs. Bess Proctor of Little Rock, field director of the Arkansas Safety Council, Mrs. Percy P. Herring. Mrs. J. R. Looney, Mrs. Sam Coble nnd Miss Laney. Fire Captains Lose Out on Pay Day BUTTE. Mont. (AP)—The city of Butte Is paying more money to Menzer Studios Goff Hotel — Blytheville INTRODUCTORY OFFER Saturday, Sept. 22, Only Reg. $5, 8x10 Silvertone Portrait One day only (One to a family, please Selection nf Proofs Submitted for Your Approval We Photograph Any Member of Ihe Family Open 9 a.m.—6 p.m. Clip This Coupon Present it at our studio and receive the regular $5 portrait for only 49 Mrs. Harold Nunn Hostess For Club Dessert Bridge 4& Mrs. Harold Nunn was hostess Initial Central PTA Meet ing Attended by 67 Sixty-seven members of the Central Ward Parent-Teachers Association attended the first meeting of the current school year yesterday afternoon. The afternoon's program following the business session was highlighted .with an address by J P. Garrott. "Y" director. . . . . , i Mr s- E. J. Cure, president, con- \ night at the Marvin Nunn. Sr., ducted the discussions at. the First home on Chickasawba Avenue for j Baptist Church during which she a dessert bridge complimenting i introduced 1G51-52 officers and members of the CIB Club. Miss Jet- committee chairman tye Clalr Huffman was the only guest for the weekly evening o'f playing bridge. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson won "Our Children In Time of Crisis was the address given by Afr. Garrott. Central School Principal Miss Sunshine Swift and Superintendent . high score prize, with Mrs. Ramon Morton taking second high and Miss Betty Black bridge. ' Program chairman Mrs. Cecil Lowe introduced faculty members and room mothers. At The Hospitals BlTtherille Hospital Dismissed: Archie Garner, Caruthersville. Walls Hospital Dismissed, i £. O. Cooper, City. Mrs. Crawford Franks and baby, Rt. 4. Leon Riggs. Clearlake. Mrs. J. A. Seiger and baby. Luxora. W. B- Nicholson explained the 10-mill school tax increase to be voted on Sept. 25. In the room count, attendance prizes went to the rooms of Miss Emesline French and Mrs. Lillian Frank. The Executive Board was hostess for a social hour following the adjournment. Clusters of fall blooms formed the central desicn for the long table from which party foods and iced drinks were served. To Be Represented At Area Assembly The Area Assembly of the International Convention of the Disciples of Christ will convene in Little. Rock Sept. 26-28 with SO registrations expected from the Christian Church of Blytheville. • Churches will be represented from Tennessee. Arkansas, Louisiana. ML-5i.^ippi and Texas. Twenty speakers are scheduled to appear on the prozram which I Warren. Mrs Bess Proctor of Little Hock, former Blytheville resident, Is spending several days in Blytheville. j Leon Riggs was removed to lib i home this morning on Clear Lake' Road from Walls Hospital where he had undergone an appendectomy several days ago. Miss Lois Porter. Miss Florence Mocre, Miss Millie Chambers and! Miss Billie Sue Burks are In Memphis today. will outline the major objectives of the Long Range pronram of the Disciples of Christ for ten years. Music Department Meets Tomorrow The Music Department of the Woman's Club will hold Its first meeting of the fall season tomorrow afternoon at the Club on West Main. Mrs. Harold Davis, department chairman announced today. The 2:30 meeting will be open to anyone Interested in membership with the group, Mrs. Davis stated. The first meeting of the season was originally scheduled for last week but was postponed due (o the conflict with a charity project. Dell Circle Has Meeting' The Jewel Abernathy Circle of the Dell Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Bulah Whaley Monday afternoon for a stewardship program followed by a business session. Mrs. Lucy Floyd gave the devotional followed by prayer by Mrs. Whaley. Program participank were Mrs. W. \i. Bcren, Mrs. M. R. Griffin, Mrs. Ray Morgan. Mrs. Whaley and Mrs. Clint Morgan. Prayer by Mrs. Griffin adjourned the session. Mrs. Whaley and Mrs. Floyd were hostesses for the social hour following. SMART SLEEPING COMFORT Warm aVid wonderful gowns and pajamas. Each is long on comfort and wear.. .and E>O low in price. Each is knit to give you a cozy, beautiful view of winter... KHX- the ACHE. BITRN, ITCH «f *TKUTES FWT «„* <X YOWt 4te »ACK. T-44, KIRBV BROS. DRUG STOKES FAMILY SHOE STORE Hert »re ju« i few of our Ixest styles in wha< we consider unsurpassed shoe value . . . Poll-Parrcxs! "Hi-Jinks" ... the gaily striped top has Munstng wear's NYLON reinforced neckband—will nover lose its shape and fit. Snug ribbed wristlets. Ski-type trousers match neckband color and have elastic waistband. Of soft, warm .Balbriggan in combinations of Yellow and Brown, Red and Navy, or Gray and Red. 14 to 18. Tip-Top" ... A bright Balbri^iran, The contrast color- neckband is NYLON reinforced—will never lost its shape and fit. Blue blouse with neckband, ribbed wristlets and trousers in Navy or Gold with Brown, Gray with Redskin. KJres: U to '2Q and in siz?3 for the small fry, too. Tagged at budget' IcTel. What's more, we're proud of our experience in properly fitting children's feet. Add the two together and you're sure of getting the value you want from your shoe dollars. Bring your youngsters in real •oon for new back-to-school shocs.'J "Hcart-Thmb" . . Mun- singwear's nivn cor ton and rayon Candirglow. Yoke fully >hirrcd and the mflle r/ivon satin bordered. Th p rufllt* at each wrist i$ rayon satin ''Pf^ 1 "' an ^ ' n(l ^'ide tic the throat Is of rayon satin, too. An all-around sash gathers in the full, flowing linrs at waist Lo\p]y and shimmering in Aqua Mist, Camellia Hfd or Shy Pink. Si/.es: 14 to 20. ( 5 ! "Tip-Top" . , . Balbrlgstan p*is:m. Contr3ft color neckline [raUiring Munsingwear s Nylon reinforced ribbing—retain? its shnpe through count- lc:-s wirings and washings. O'i'.traM color trousers have fia'tir waistband nnd ski-type rib oifT*. Colors: Blue/Navy. GoM . Bro«-n. orcy / Redskin. SIWF: 4-16.

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