The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1951 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 25, 1951
Page 6
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PAGE FOUR BT,YTH1CV7LT,E (ARK.) COURIER NSWSr TOTB8DAT, S15PTEMBER X, Societii )«ne SheltoD, Society Editor f Fhon* 4461 Patfy Lynn Lewis Has Party for 13 Guests Patty Lynn Lewis was three years old yesterday and to celebrate Ihe occasion a party (or 13 guests was given at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis. Balloons Honied from the ceilings and walls of the entertaining rooms in which Ihe young guests spent the afternoon Informally. After Patty Lynn had opened the assorted gifts Mrs. Lewis was assisted In serving birthday cake. Ire cream and iced drinks by Mrs. E. S. Moore and Mrs. Billy Denton. CWF Conducts Visitation Day The fourth Monday of the month has been set aside as visitation dav by the Christian Wonjan's Fellowship of the First Christian Church. Ye.sterday, members of the group spent the afternoon visiting In various homes of the city. Mis. Rupert Crafton serves group president. • Satin Good for Evening Wear At The.Hospitals Btythevllk Hospital Dismissed: W. M. Bowers, city. Jacky Hay Scott. Sleele. Walli Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. James Gardner and baby. city. Charles Lewis, city. Thrifty And Smart To Sew 8757 24-3TW4IST By Sue Burnett Thli handsome aklrt U so easy and requires just one yard of fabric In 54-Inch! You'll want to make several versions in plain fabrics or plaid woolens for all-winter wear. Pattern No. 8757 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In waist sixes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30 and 32, Size 25. I yard of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue, Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street .Chicago 6. in. The Pail and Winter issue o( FASHION is Just what you've been w citing for—a complete guide In planning a wearable wardrobe for s new season! Gift patterns printed inside. 25 cents. By OAILE IHJGAS NKA Woman's Editor NEW YORK (NKA) — Polished satin, cut short and full-skirted, makes this season's covercd-up evening dress. Pretty, and practical, too, this dress can go from a dinner date to the theater to a party and look just exactly right. Mostly, these dreuses are worn, like everything this year, with crinoline petticoats, The petticoat Increases the bouffant look of tlie short skirl, makes a small waist look smaller. In these .short dinner-dancing dre.sses, satin is treated aji regally as It Is when It mnkes 11 ball gown. The ail- of formality Is there, and all of the careful detail. A short and strapless gown <left) of glowing red satin is given a liny black velvet bolero. Lining of the bolero Is in the red satin. A fitted bodice and full skirt arc traced in black velvet embroidery I!elt, too, is black velvet. Blush pink, buffed s.itin (right) is used for a dress with a wide neckline and tiny sleeves. Embroidered crystal beads outline the neckline in airy daisy patterns. 'Iliese 5,-iiNe crystal daisies are scattered over the fitted bodice and full skirt. Baptist Women Have Business Program Meeting The program, "Parallel ProRifss n Stewardship" was given for the Number Nine Baptist Woman's Missionary Union last night in the program-business nice ling of the group at the home ol Mrs. Billy Johnson. An election was held in the business session, with Mrs, T. N. Johnson re-named president of the group. Mrs. Rnymoua whutie directed the evening's program which opened with the devotional, "She Has Done What She Could" given by Mrs. Frank Coats. Mrs. Johnson led In prayer preceding the program tn which Mrs, M. L. Hart, Mrs. Eric Ray and Mrs. Recce Moore participated. In the business session following others named to serve with Mrs. Johnson were Mrs. Carl Webster, vice president; Mrs. Coat-s, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Whittle, young people's director; Mrs. Hart. Junior girls auxiliary counselor: Mrs. Whittle, program chairman and suubcnm counselor and Mis. Orville Northcutt. community missions. Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Horace Caldwell, hostesses, served cookies and iced drinks. Clear Lake Baptist Association Meets Eight members of the Jewel Ab- einnthy Young Women's Association of Clear Lake Baptist Church met last night in the home of Miss Peggy Stalling* foi' a program session. Patsy Cnlvcrt met as a new member with the Association with Yvonne Lunsford. Donna Syke.s and Butonne Stnlllngs as guests. Group singing followed with prayer by Eva Jean'Cox preceded the evening's program, which included sklljs dealing with the Co- O)iernt« Plan. Party feeds and Irosted drinks were served by the hostess after which the meeting adjourned with prayer by Butonne. James. Bits of News m»4 p* er-sonul James Warren is the name which has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carpenter for their first clilM, a son born yesterday at Walls Hospital, c Mrs. Edgar P. Borum and Mrs. Kli/abeth Greene left today for Jasper, Ind.. to attend the funeral of their cousin and nephew, S. Guy Woman, who dfed there suddenly yesterday morning. Services will be In Ireland, Ind., with burial at the Slliloh Cemetery tomorrow afternoon. Miss-Gail Overton has returned to Arkansas stale College, Jonos- lioro, where she will be graduated In January. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Overton of Rowland. Pfc. James Wimncrly, who is attending Air Corp Electronic School at Keesier field. Biloxi, Miss., spent the weekend widi his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wimberly. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bomnr, Jnanctlc Crawford and Norma Davis were in Memphis Saturday to attend the Mid-South fair. Bgt. Ray Whlttlngton, who is stationed at Lnngley Field. Va., arrived In Memphis yesterday by plane to visit Mrs. Whittlngton. who Is making her home In Blylheville while Sgt. Whittington Is in the v\ir Force Sgt. Whittington left today by plant for tangley Field. Miss Annella Humphreys, daueh-1 A /— i ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hum- At ClQSS phroys has pledged Delta Delta Delta sorority at Hrenau, Gainesville, Ga., where she Is a freshman. Rush t OUT IN J FRONT— Twenty-year-old fcalhy Hild, of New York City, proudly holds her Prize loving cup ahd displays the 'form that put h«r well ahead of ^rivals for the 'title of "Miss Sweater Girl of 1951." Curvaceous ICathy Is fi>e (ect, five and a half inches tall, ? weighs 110 i' pounds and < measures 3G finches around fyle sweater. The .contest, held in JJew York, was Sponsored by the '•• sweater and •wool industries. Search /or Utopia Begins in Australia MELBOURNE WP>—John Greenston, a 57-year-old bachelor, who Is tired of Melbourne's "frustrations, 1 ' ta recruiting men and women to go with him to an Island Utopia. He plans'to "escape the city jungle" and establish a cooperative village .settlement, probably in New Guinea or the Torres islands, north of Queensland, "There are hundreds of people." he explained, "who are fed up with Ihe pinpricks, frustrations, and repressions of a big city. They are looking for an escape, and this is [heir chance." Mr. GreeriMon i.s a stained-glass artisan who came from England to Australia 38 years ago. He emphasizes that members of his group will have to tx ous, broadmlndcd. and o* monlous" disposition. Ths attorney genera! wu not * member of. the President'! cabinet until 1814. Officers Named week on the campus ended yesterday. Cpl. and Mrs. John M. Haynes have returned to Blloxl, Mjss., after .spending a week here t as guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haynes and Mr. and Mrs, Irving Alexander. Cpl. Haynes ts stationed at Keesler Field. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Rickard and son. Bobby, or Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. Rickard's sister, Mrs. Howard Bailey, and Mr. Bailey and his mother, Mrs. Ines Rickard of GrayvllJe, III., who l.< spending two weeks here. They came especially to be with Cpl. Howard Bnilcy, who will leave Sept. 30 for New Jersey for overseas assignment. Cpl. Bailey has been spending two weeks here wltljj his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matthews returned last night from Slkcston, Mo., where they had been since Friday following an axitomoblle at> cidont in which Mrs. Matthews' sister, Mrs. Ed Englehorn of Fond du Luc, Wise., was killed. Mr .and Mrs. Matthews were accompanied home by Mr. Englehorn who had been a patient in a hospital there following the accident. Mr. Englehorn'is son, Albert Englchorn of Pond du Lac arrived in sikeslon. Mo.. Saturday to accompany the body to Fond du I^ac for burial. Mr. Englehorn will return to his home in several days. Capt. and Mrs. Rouse Harp are i spending seven weeks near Hous- 1 ton, Tex,, while Capt. Harp is in school at Ellington Air Force Base.] Chicago to be with him. At the completion of his .schooling i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jamison and Capt. and Mrs. Harp will return to i daughter, Scott, returned Sunday their home in Memphis. They are j night from Daytona Beach. Fia.. Deer bear and wild turkeys are the most popular big game sjiecies hunted Iri New-Mexico, Officers for the year were named last niglu at the ioclal meeting of Ihe- Beta Chi Class of the First Presbyterian Church when 26 members pi the group met at th* home of Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty. Mis. R. W. Nichols, retiring president, conducted the election in which Mrs. R. L. Logan was named president; Miss Lois Field, secretary and treasurer; and Mrs. Gilbert Bmythe, assistant secretary and treasurer. Mis. Dillahunty explained the aims and purpose of Rally -Day which will be held Sunday and led a discussion of Hie needs of the Junior Choir, with the class voting to support the choir. Mrs. Harvey Kitld, Miss Ina Ellis and Mrs- Hugh Hudson composed the sociaJ committee leading games in the .social hour following. Mrs. J. C. Walsh, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. Monroe Crain and Mrs. Nora Spradley took prizes during the evening. In appreciation of their year's work, the class presented retiring oclcers Mrs. Nichols and Mrs, J. B, Fisher with gifts. The ho si c >. ?s, M rs. Wa Isl i a nd Mrs. Dillahunty, served refreshments. Read Courier News Classified Ads. pas* four weeks. His daughter. Mrs. John' P. Hoffman and -son, Jacky, have arrived from their home former BlyUreviHe residents. Smith Brackin is reported In ! satisfactory condition at his home where they had vacationed for week. Smith Brackln, Jr.. is ill at his | where he has been confined for the | home on Railroad Street. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 8 p.m. dessert-canas- ;a at Rustic Inn, with Mrs. R. H. Watson hostess. Country Club DupUcat* Bridge i League playing at 1;15. j Wednesday ' Mrs. Charles C. Langs ton hostess i to Club Eight. • ! CIB plays bridge at the home o! \ Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. Chickasaw Chapter or Delphian Society has 11 a.m. luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble. City Council of PTA has 10 a.m. I meeting at First Christian Church [ for installation of officers. Fidelias Class of' First Baptist Church has business -social meeting at the home of Mrs. O. S. Rolllson, 405 North Broadway, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. W. B. Mayo entertaining Thursday Rook Club, Duplicate Bridge League meet* at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. W. J. Cupples hostess to TLE Club. Kibitzer Club plays at the home of Mrs. Johnny White. Mrs. J. C. Ellis,' Jr., entertaining GEO Club. Friaar Woman's Club Executive, Board meets at 2 p.m. preceding geners! meeting at 2:30. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets M Hotel Noble at 1:30. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Hag was written by Francis Bellamy In 1892. Send Your Clothes To Us... BLYTHEVILIE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 If spilled liquids soak your carpet, try this trick for drying the spot once cleaning precautions have been taken. Lift the rug so that there's air space between the nig and Ihe floor, then insert the hose of your vacuum cleaner beneath the rug and allow the cleaner to blow air through the dripping area. HEAD STUFFY DUE TO COLDS .^ for fast f* /* /* symptomatic ODD RELIEF Every breath of ' i. relieves croupV l V night coughs of colds Special medicated steam brings soothing DEEP-ACTION RELIEF Now those croupy. coughing spells that attack children v without warning are relieved SO fast With this liome-provtd treatment . . . two heaping spoonfuls of Vicks VapoRtib in a vaporizer or bowl of boiling water as directed in package. It's easy, loo ... 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