The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1951 · Page 4
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PACT FOUR BLITHEVIU,E (ARK.I COUKTBR NEWS New* Juu Shelton, Society Editor Phon» 4461 Guwc* Play Bridge With Club in Home tin. 8. 0. Owens and Mrs. c. L. VcWaters, Jr., were the only guests yesterday with members of Club Eight when Ihe group met at the <ountry home of Mrs. Charles C. Langston for the weekly afternoon ol bridge. Coffee wa* served during the afternoon to the guests seated In »n entertaining room, which was decorated In fall blooms. Mrs. Jesse M. White took high icore in the game, with Mrs. H. Q. Partlow winning second high and Mrs. McWaters, bridgo. Indispensable Suit-Dress All Day Meeting Held at Church An all day meeting was held at the Huffman Baptist Church Monday by members of the Woman's Missionary Union, The program, "Possessions or Possessing" was the theme for the session which opened with a devotional by Mrs. Milton Dallas. Participating In the morn- Ing portion were Mrs. Annie Huffman, Mrs Harry Lawson, Mrs. Billy Ray, Mrs. Rex Hughes and Mrs. J. R. Lett. The final portion was presented following luncheon with Mrs. Hex Hughes, Mrs. George Perry, Mrs. Milton Dallas and Mrs. R. L. Ad- klsson taking part. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Adkisson. Guest Attends Circle Meeting Mr«. C. T. Shamlln was the only guest with Circle Two of the Woman's Society ol Christian Service of Ijlw Street Methodist Church Monday afternoon when the group met at the church lor the weekly »essk>n, Group singing and silent prayer opened the business aesston in which plans were discussed for a lending library and report on the purchase of i table made. "Deity of Jesus" waj the devotions! presented by Mrs. Bill Green •fter which Mrs. Iverson Morris conducted i Bible study. Repeating of the Lord's Prayer ckxed the meeting. t Cub Pack Meets ' At Church Tonight Boy Stout Pack JM will have Its first monthly meeting of the fall Muon tonight, It WM announced today. Pack member* will nwet at 7:30 •t the Church of Christ on We»t Main Street. By Sue Burnett A 'must' In every well dressed wardrobe—the. good looking two piece oullll that looks like a suit vithout its bulk. And it takes so nicely to almost every fabric—comes in short or long sleeves. Pattern No. 8G27 is a scw-rile perforated pattern in sizes 12 14 16. 18, 20; 40, 42. She 14, short sleeve, 4ii yards of 54-Inch. For this pattern, send 30o In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATrEBN NUMBER lo Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street .Chicago 6, III. Send 25 cents tortay for the Pall and Winter FASHION. 48 pages of smart, easy lo sew styles, Interesting features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed inside the book. Council Installs Officers; Droke Heads Group The City Council of Parent- Teachen Association yesterday morning Installed officers, witli Mrs. J. C. Droke assuming duties as 1951-52 president. Mrs. Glenn Ladd conducted the service at the Fir.st Christian Church. Retiring president, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe conducted a brief business session to conclude the last school year's business, with Mrs. W. D. Cobb presenting by-laws for the organization which were accepted by the group. Of/lcern introduced In the ceremony were Mrs. Leonard Johnson, vice president; Mrs. Byron Moore, secretary; and Mrs. Kelton Francis, treasurer. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained marriage licenses at the office of the county clerk, Mrs Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Charles John Burnett of Senath, Mo., and : Mlu Franoei Vaaseur of Benton, Ky. ' D. E. Oreenwsy of Dell and Mr§, lone Hanafortl of Blythevllte. Osceola Club Plans October Style Showing OSECOLA, Sept. 27—A children's tyle show was planned Tuesday ly members of the Osceola. Junior 'regressive Club. Eighteen members onvencd at the club ror the business diseutsions, with otans tefng made for a late October preview of what's new In the fashion world ar children. Fashions will be presented by the Tlssy Miss Shop 01 O.«co!a and the club president. Mrs. Ed Chlsen- hnll. announced committee chairmen and members tor the event. Mrs, Vernon Aston was named gtneral chairman of the affair, with Mrs. Fred Davis, Mrs. Pat Kinard and Mrs. Chisenhall serving with her. Mrs E. D. Young will head the ticket committee and assisting her will be Mrs. Kinard, Mrs, ChisenbaJJ, Mrs. Jimmy Ertvln, Mrs. Bill Thomas and Miss Ruby Annable. The publicity committee is headed by Mrs. John A. EUrlng- ton. Serving with Mrs Edrlngton will be Mrs, Mitchell Moore and Mrs. Sue Gywnn Pennington. Mfss Helen Wells heads the refreshment committee composed ol MlM June Rhodes Welborn, Miss Mary Elizabeth Bailoue and Mrs. Joe Thomas. Mrs. Denver Wilson is In charge of the decorations and will be assisted by Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Mrs. M. c. Stiles, Mrs. Freddie Banister and Mlsa Evelyn jeajn Pig«. " Showing date will be announced later. Models will be children from Misslsilppl County. Rabbit Is King of Winter Furs Btouse and Skirt Ensembles Often Poor Choice for Stout Figures (By NEA Service) about the wisdom of and on^i^ilio could do so MANY things! < — - ' ....uuij me wi^uuin pi sKiriA ana Blouse and skirt ensembles, which} blouscs ' or >' ou ' ls *° choose them can do so much for the wardrobes of slender women, often fail to work out to happily when adopted by their stouter sisters. It Isn't merely a question of pounds. Rather It's a matter of form. If your figure, though heavy, Ls still a shapely one with a well- defined waist and ft high bust, chances are you can wear blouses and skirts successfully. If, however, you're a bit thick through the midriff, you'll nrotmbly find a blouse and skirt Rive yo'l a chopped-through-the - middle li;ok. The horizontal line created where the two garments meet tends to divide your torso Into two Bhort, square-appearing segments. Your best bet If you have doubts An Inexpensive name-plate for your home can be made from a panel of pressed wood and a length of twisted twine, simply spell out your sur-name with the twine, securing 11. as you arrange In the letter-shapes, with staples. To weather-proof the panel, paint or varnish it before beginning the operation. To make the effect more colorful, dip the twine in paint of contrasting shade be'fore mount- Ing it; then, when It is In place, coat it with shellac to protect It from the elements . In the same color. Then the two will merge in the observer's eye. The horizontal line and the effect will will that of a one-piece dress. be minimized be much like To launder a small cotton rug ft. home, try this routine. First remove loose dust and grit by vacuuming or shaking the rug; then set it to soak for 10 to 15 minutes In R basin of warm soap-suds. This preliminary soaking will make It easier lor your machine to do a thorough cleaning job. The manufacture of cotton textiles is one of the most widely dif. fused industries in existence. WHICH ONE HAS THAT LOOK? 'CAIENDAR STRAIN' IS EASY TO SEE You. too, may not be able to hid,- thai tired, draun calendar loolc no matter how much make-up you use. Keep your secret safa diinng tW" day^.o-oWhe Ihe one girf ., Take Cardul. a special medicine trusted hv thousands of women, girls to help insure against signs of periodic misery. A little Cardui each day helps build strength so resistance may be greater each month, su/ferins less and less. Feel, look better, more natural. Ask your dealer for Cardui (bay: cara-you-eya'"). 2'ring lij?"!"n,"$"%£ "4" ".' *""« ( i"" CARDUI MONTHLY CBAMPS • CHANCE OF UFi AS ADVERTISED IN •AST TIRMS THE NEW MULTIPURPOSE Ai o radio . . . electric clock or automatic radio-alarm . . . thii mutti- purpou Zenith Clock-Radio mok«i your day eoiitr in a do»n woy>! Lull! you lo tl.ep . . . fh.n ihutt off automatically. 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Jii8 Fine Hosiery fey 'Bur Mil Cameo OFFERS FASHION FLATTERY AT ITS FINEST ..... Styled for you ... Ihis Xaien-Sve two piecer ef righl and procticol Tweed. (55% wool -45% rayon). Pointed) collar and Iwo molching pockets ore lei off wilh Velveteen for that discreetly demure look. This button down from outfit makes it poised and perfect for jo many ocxaiions. l» youthful fall hues. Siies 7 to 14.. ^ J 7 A JAUNTY ORIGINAL BY ?«e JUNIOR H!..; "X*xe«-Sue junior Hi calches your eye wilh thii e.cilinej- ploid two piecer fashioned of finest woven Colton plotd. Th» full graceful collar and special peplum treotm«nt mak* Ihit « "mull" for the smarl junior Hi wordrob*. In a voriety e»f ibeouliful plaidi. Siiei 8 lo L4.

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