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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 6, 1951
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TWO BLYTHEVTT.I.F, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS BATTmCAT, OCTOJJIW «, Cotton's Versatility for All-Occasion Wear Again Cited at Fashion Show Miss Charley Ruth Blankcnship, 1951 "Queen of Cotton Fashions." • ntl six models paraded In costumes designed to show thf versatility i of King Cotton in milady's wardrohe at the "Clothing Jrom Cotton Bags" I fashion show at Wslker Park yesterday. ClollilMg marie by Arkansas wom- i fringe. m and duplicates of the. wardrcbe I \ av fri< ., (:ite(t '£??"., "' se , v " al m > Mn ™ by lhe| Miss Patsy Besharse appeared In 1351 Maid of Cotton made up the , a street, drcj., made by Mrs Clyde! '^"'i 1 ^ , con » wtion »' ilh j Bell of DeWlll. Mrs. Slsier rtescrih- the lath annual National CoUoni ed It as "«5 cem,s and six and one : „ '" B C ""l«t. j ,,„., hollrs , A . 0 , k , or a ar| , ss „ " . loicrlrc ° * fonn«<I (he | suited /or many occasion." • [ le models appeared. Mrs. C. W.hlie pisiform In a street dress made! narrator. Miw Blanken- by Mrs. Henry C. Adams of Hewitt 1 •hip opened Ihe shoeing with a I and «wim siiil of rnttnn topped with a terry cloth Jacket, straight, from Hie Maid of Cotton's wardrobe, A street rirer^ mane from (hree was followed by a mother- daughter combination whicl took first place in a recent conl^st. Sue OA'lxirne, ".Junior Miss Blytheville" of 1051 and her mother, Mrs. CLOTHING n«OM COTTON BAGS ORKATIONS-ExlollIng Klnl Cotton wer« the varied costumes shown at the style show yesterday «t Walker Park. Miss Charley mith Blunkenshlp, "queen ot Cotlon Fashions" for 1951 (top row left), opened Ihe showing with a bathing suit from the Muld of Cotton wardrobe; Mrs. Rlcharri Osborne and daughter, Sue, "Junior MlM Blytheville" of 1851 modeled > popular mothcr- —Courier N^wi Photo* rtm.Kl.lfr eombjnalion, 'top row center) »nd m*, Blankenship a B Mu appeared In another Maid of Cotton creation, » strapless red and black tea dress, (top row right.) The. show pointed up cotton'* uw In casual housedresse* and streets dresses as shown (bottom row, led to right.) by MlM Peggy Zachery, Mlos Nora Simpson, Miss Nancy Holland and Miss Martha Nichols. Mrs. C. W. Sislcr server! as commentator. Jans Shelton, Society Keillor Phont 4461 Faculties Complimented With Rccepliou at Club Faculty members of Ihe filvthe- vllle School System were complimented last, nitrl.t when Ihe Wom- nn's Club entertained with a reception at the club on West Main Street. Pink nilri sliver were chosen to predominate In the decoration;, for Ihe event, one of Ihe first of the rail sncini affairs honoring Blytheville teachers. Mrs. c A. Tun!, club president Mrs. Ct. W. DUlnlHinty, hospitality chairman and Mrs. /. c. Droke 1951 "Woman ot Ihe Year" lormpd the receiving line. Mrs. O. O. Hard- nwiiv creeled Ihe guests as they nr rived. The rentrnl cluh room was adorned al intervals with clusters ol full flowers nnd greenery In a miriari Ivy. liohtcd nf colors Party foods and drinks j In''miniature 'replica were server! from the tea table which wns centered wllh dal-.lins Mrs. Wliittaker Entertains Club at Welch Home ' • Mr*. Loyd Whittiikcr was hosiers ye.sterdas' afternoon at (lif 1 Iroy Wrfr'n home 011 West Wnlnut -Street, wlion she entertained for the first inci-uns of the Tall social season of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. J. G. Trieschman, Mrs. MavU Seulcmire and Mrs. O. G. CaudU' were guests for the nflcrnoon nf bridge, Blooms from Mrs. '.VhlUnhcr't gardens were spaced about tin reception and entertaining rooms. In (he game, Mrs. Welch took. high score honors, Mrs. C a ml 111 v;.n second high find Mrs. Tttcschnii.'ui, bridgo. Refreshments were served. • t • Mrs. Brookman Leads QUIT. For PEO Chapter "N" Mrs. Bruce T. Brookmnn con-. — ducted the program, which was a i Hn( ^ snapdragons in tone. 1 ! rancins Constitutional n.ui7. yesterday a! the I fl ' om shocklii. to pule pink, oieam- firsl fall meeting of Chapter "N"'»>!•" silver services were used on the of PEO. Mrs. C. M. .Smart <ras j ul>1(; which was presided over by I at her West Walnut Street j ^ rs - Kendall Herry and Mrs .T I home to H chapter members. .Cecil Unve. Mrs, j. T. Wcsthr m't. j First place honors In the nui* | Mrs - f. L. Husliand and Mrs J ' went !o Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. I p Owens assisted. I Refreshments were served by the i Approximately fin gm'sis r*;:cd i hostess following the adjourn met) t. j from 7:.10 {a 9 pm. and a p'ro- lEmu of baek{j)o(uirt riiu.^ic was prr- Houseguesls Honored '"" Mr * hy '- T - Moore ' •"• M I 1 p • NIrs - ! - K. BaSi-r and Mrs. K. C U.mcncOn-v_anasla illu.= h asslstc'l with arrangrmenis . . , i' r ' r tlw ' evenly nnd the Gnrrien Dr- ^AJm>cheon-can, 5ta !or 12 8 ,,eM, | partment ot the el,,h. headed bv . Mrs. India Pjndcrs of Chicago, lit.. hOu.-e;ne.-t.- n: Mrs. B. F ' Mrs. Gay was hostess ai her home i in the Half Moon community for ' the 1 p.m. affair. ' i Snapdragons and early fall blooms formed the center deslan for the tab'.e at which luncheon was «rv«i. Pollowini! the me*! the guesls ^ere sealed in an entertain- : ing room, which held bouquets of harmonizing blooms for an afternoon of playing canasta. : In Ihe game Mrs. w. I. Df7it<m : won high s-rorc, Mrs. George Pylrs ; lecond high and Mrs. Love Adams' : bridgo. 1 Mrs. Gay presented the guc.-ut of I honor with gif's. ! Club Dance Decorations Suggest Halloween Theme Tianinp Ivy dotted with nrpn^p tapers and pumpkins decorftted the long tables from which dinner was served members Bnd guests of the Dell Suiiucr Club Thursrtfty night at the monthly party Rt the Hut. Mr. anrt Mrs. Maurice Lllllrrll and Mr. and Mrs. Unlord Jarrcu were hosts and tiostesscs for the event. Included in the finest list were new members. Mr. nnri Mrs. ,T. U Thompson. Jr., and N!r. and Mr.s. T. fl, Garawrvy nnd Mr. and Mrs. ' R. H. Geary. The quests n'ere sealed at IOIIR tnblcp for dinner preceding an eve- nins diinrinp. The rustic mantel of Ihe. brvHrontn was adorned with and pumpkin ot the tables. Bits of News hilly f-^er6onuf Mrs. Elisabeth Carroll Scott, and Mrs. Berry B. Brooks of Memphis were Friday guests of Moss Bryan MIM Betty Dodds is thf weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs .tohn Dodds of Neivbern. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft Terry are vacation!,,!! at 'he Honey Flaw Howl In Miami Bench. Pl«. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Long. ,Jr announce ihe birth of their first, child " rtauchtcr. Oct.. 1 at. Wall, Hospi- lal. She has been named Cynthia raicn. Mrs. f.ons is the former Miss, nose Turner. 1 Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ford returned • .vcsterrtiiv from Lltt.le Hccfc where! 100-poumt feed bags and stitched! arrf Oshorne, showed the garments, up for the sum o! lias was shown i which were finished in a dash of ,ny Miss Nora Sim.i.son. Mrs. How- "'" , . . - ard Caldwell of Blytheville. made th« first prize, winning fjarmeni.. Miss AJartha Nichols paraded In Coming Events Social Calindar Monday Woman's Missionary society of Baptist ChapeJ meets al the home of Mrs. Clarence Mcnermolt at 2:30. First- Baptist Womens Missionary Union has tioyal service meeting at the church 2:30. f'lrsl. Presbyterian Circles ineel— Circle One, Ed Rice. Mrs. F. W Whltne.v, a I the /*wch; Circle Two, Mrs. .1. A. Saliba with Mrs. Sally Freeman co-hostess; Circle Three, Mrs. Aubrey C'onway; Circle Four. Mrs. Spencer Alexander and Circle Five, Mrs. Afice. Womack. Titesrtajr Mrs. Brie K'hltley entertaining '-a, Petite. . Trl-Tovvi) Club meets with Mrs James C. Guard. Chixrlevolx Chapter nf DAR has I p.m. luncheon meeting at. Hotel Noble. Mrs. R J. cure. Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., a ,,d Mrs. o. [, McWaters, Jr., co-host«&s«i. Country Club Duplicate :_._, League plays at the club at 7:18. Wednesday Mrs, O. O. Poetz hosier to Club Eight. CIS Club playt at Itie hamt of Miss Betty Black. Chapter "D" PEO hss 1 pm. luncheon meeting at home of Mri, E. B. Gee, Mrs. Cleo Wren hostess to Thur«day Roolt club. TLK Club plays bridge al th« home of Mrs. Herman Turner. Duplicate Bridge League pluys »t Hotel Noble at 7:30. TrlrUy Mrs. [»yie Henderson hoste» to P'l-lday Contract Club. Mrs. R. M, Cockrell of tilj'theville marie the second prize winning shown by Miss Kathryui , housedress desijued and made by | Weslbrook. A summer dress design- i MiM Tennie Dale Utley of Newjed for dining and dancing was the I Blalne. She was followed by Mi.-s scarf gown shown by "Miss Blylhe-1 Blankenshlp who selected a lea | vllle" which revealed a tiny cap! drffji of a strikinii scarlet, and black : i-ovcrinl? over one shoulder leaving combination topped with the ever the other shoulder bare for the riif- popular stole edged in ccl!o;i ball < lerent lini.'The scarf was of Bali enciaga creaticn and was shot in 'Isold. Mrs. Charles Manson of PEO Sisterhood. Mrs. Henry Hriyt nlythevllle took lirst' prize lor her of Leachville will join Ihe croup in sired dre.« which cost « cents and ( New York where they will remain, was shown by Miss Pegqy Zachary i for several days. En route Mrs.j Mnlh,,-l)i,,,.hf«r (Inmblnallnn I Homer will also visit at Lexington,; Miss Nora Simpson aj-ain apnear- Va., with her soli. Jack Homer, cd in n housedress made hv Miss who Is a student at Washington Mary Etta Grariy of Reerieviile and] and l^c. was foiinw.,,) Dy Miss Mart ha Nich- Mr. atid Mrs. W. .;, Pollard «nd ols, who was dressed in a street I the Rev. and Mrs. Roy J, Baeley : dress. Miss Nichols' frock took first. I were in Memphis last nlcht where , place for Miss Mildred Klrchoff of ; they attended the Ole Miss-Boston j DeWltl. ' College football game, j Another prize winning mother- Mr, nnd Mrs. E. B. Melts of Lit- I daughter combination was shown by lie Bock were the Thursday nnd: Mrs. Jim Smolhermon and Linda Friday of Mr. and Mrs.' T. A.' Joy Lindsay. Their costumes won Folger. They came especially to a,.-j another honor for Mrs. Cockrell.] tend .the National Cotton Picking Mrs. Coekrell, if, was revealed, spent Contest. B tofnl of J1.45 for the two frocks, j Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharp have Miss Jean Milter of Melbourne j returned from a \veelt's visit in too ' J second honors for her street Elaine and Hughes. Mrs. Sharp vis-j diess which was shown by Miss ; Hed in Elaine as eue,st of her stx-\ K!ltt) r)'n Wesitirotk. The frock was; made from four 100 pound bags and required eight hours work. Miss Blankenship appeared in r was another frock from the Maid of Cotton wardrobe worn by Miss lilankpnship. Of navy blue the. frothy organdy was designed for nancing, The bouffant, embroidered, skirt was poised over Ihe new cotton necoinplLiliment, polished cotton satin. Edsel Harber was chairman of the style show, sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. WARNING ORI>»;H tn Ihe Chancery Court, Cl,kk«- sauha nlslrkl, Mississippi CoimlT, Arkansas. Margaret Hertzog, Ptf. vs ' No. 11.SM Roy Rertyog. Dit, The defendant, Roy Hertzog, In hereby warned to appear within thirty days in ih e miirt named in the caption hereof and answer the complainl of the plaintiff, Margaret Herlzog. /' Dated this 28 day of September, ', 1051. Harvey Morris, clerk By Anita Sykes. D.C. Percy A. Wrlqht. attorney for ptf. H. G. Partlow, attorney Ad Litem. »is 106-13-20 ter. Mrs. K. s. Reece. Mr. Sharp spent the week in Huche.s. and Woodrow Hardy. Haywood Hardy id Claude Kolwyck were among the Blytheville residents In .lack-son. Tenn.. 'last nisht for the Blythe- ville-Jackstiu football game. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay. Jr., and family of Memphis will be the weekend guests of Mrs. B. F. Gay and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Garrigan. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dawson and family ol Marked Tree will be the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hays and sons. They are coming especially for the 7th birthday celebration of HaiUny Hays, jr. Mrs. Thomas Manley wa-s dismissed this morning from Walls Hospital where she had been a patient, for several days following surgery. She is now at the home of her parents. Mr. and Austin of Gosnell. Mrs. P. H. pleated dress made from the new fabric which is adding another cotton's growing list lanrel permanent pleating. A short-crop-! ned jacket covered her shoulders. Miss Nancy Holland again modeled a house dress designed by Miss Ora Lee Terry. Blytheville winner | Mrs, Cockrell took first place hon-i ors for her house dress shown by Miss Zachafy. Mfss Besharse dre.«- i ert in a leaf green displayed the for- ,mal gown submitted by Mrs. C. A. i Sloan of DeWitl. Mrs. Clyde. Belli of Amylra took first honors, for the' house dress shown by blond model J Miss Westbrook. Continuing the! train of casual house styles was the! frock shown by Miss Nichols and' made by Mrs. Bill Hyde of Para-' goutd for 25c arjrl two JOO-pound cotton feed bags. 1 Rnrtlrm (he show In » whirl of! 1 . they had spent the pnsl several days aiicudlnjj Ihe OonventifM, of ihe Disciples ot Christ and the 37th General Grand Council o; Royal Arch and Select Mnsorw. Larry Rreven is the name which has been rhasen by Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Williams for Iheir second •iuld. a son. horn Oct.. 1 al Memphis [ Baptist. Hospital. They have cne I other .son. fiirkey. npcd Ihrce and | one half years. Mrs. Williams Is the former Miss Joyce Richardson. Mrs. W. L. Horner. Mrs. M. o. - - - - , Usrey. Mrs. H .H. Hoijctiim and Glt-udti Kollvfield. clly. j Mrs. B. A. Lynch left Uiday for Mrs. W. S. Whlllaker and baby. [ Philadelphia, pa., to attend Hit ; '"V- ; four-day supreme convention of the Mrs. Eleanor SwafTord and baby. ' At The Hospitals IValls Hospital Mrs. Beatrice BendcrA and baby i William M. Slovnll, Osceols. The I.aFemme. Club; Co. K 110th Infantry. Missouri National Guard; and the Kennett Junior Chamber of Commerce Proudly Present Kenneft Foil Feitivql DANCE Dance to Ihf Creal Music of Hal Mclntyre atirl his nnlinnally rnmou,? 17-Piece ORCHESTRA Direct From lintel Roosevelt, New Orleans MONDAY NIGHT Uul, 0 Dancing 9:30 to 1:30 Kennett Armory-Gym A.lm.ssion: Si.SO Ter Person In Advance nr SS.IX) p,. r rersnn al Dnnr. Tickets on Sale :,1 Secly's Driif Slore, Kcnnell, Ma. MAIL OIIDI.R TO Fail Festival Dance f. O. Box 332. Kennett, Mo. Danct The United Stales has not had whalinp ship in Ihe Antarctic, most whales are caught, since FOR RENT BUSINESS PROPERTY IN BLYTHEVILLE Three sues of buildings In fit any business are now avnilnblp for rent.-, .you may r«-n( I or nil. I.oralod on Ilic corner of S Franklin. Streets in IJlylhevil.c. For information, contact PAUL BYRUM "Where Christ and Christians Meet' CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! 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