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PACT TWO (ART.) OOUUR NEW! Society i PbOM 4461 David Sylvester And Miss Culver Exchange Vows • At 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 7, Miss Margaret Culver of Pawhuska, Okla., exchanged marriage vows with David Gsin.es Sylvester amid an arrangement of white gladioli, fern and palm trees with many stately candelabra holding lighted tapers which cast a soft glow over the wedding party. The Rev. J. E. McCoy officiated at the double ring cei-e- mony at the First Christian Church in Pawhuska. Mrs. F"red Craddocfc, organist, and Mrs. Glen Byron, vocalist, presented a program of nuptial music. Mrs. Craddock's selections Included the traditional wedding music and "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi". Mr. Sylvester Is a member of the Oklahoma A. »nd M. chapter of Sigma Chi. Mrs Byron sang "Because." DHardelot, and "I Love Thee," Greig. Mrs. Craddock selected a. black taffeta with black accessories. Mrs. Byron selected a frock of blue faille with black accessories. They pinned gardenias at their shoulders. Preceding the ceremony. MLss Mary Blanton and Miss Carolyn Labadie lighted the tapers. They wore identical gowns of satin which featured a full skirt gathered onto an tightly fitting bodice and a waist-wide fold around the neck which formed tiny cape sleeves and continued into a high collar. Match- Ing gauntlets completed the costume. Miss Blanton wore a hair ar- ^ rangement of bronze asters which complemented her pale green gown, while ML<s Labadie chose purple asters in a hair arrangement in contrast, to her gown in mauve. Attendant In Sea foam Satin Serving her sister as maid of honor and only attendant was Miss Betty Culver who was gowned In sea foam green satin. A smig luting bodice with cape sleeves and tiny aelf-covered . buttons Joined the bmiffant skirt on which was poised a miniature bustle. Her cresent shaped bonnet had an ostrich feather trim. She carried a bouquet of brom* chrysanthemums. The bride who wa« given in mar- rlag« by her father, Ben Culver, WOT* a bridal gown of whit* twill taffeta with a long waistline and elaborate beading and seed, pearl trim round the neck, sleeves J Sirs. David Gaines Sylvester - -— — T , and waist. Three dropped tiers on the shoulder* Joined the yoke of misty l"reneh Illusion which ended In the mug neck outlined r in seed pearl and beading design. The long •leerei ended In Call points over her hands and the full skirt extended mto Tolumnlous folds to form a. cathedral train. The long veil fell away from a beaded and seed pearl encrusted halo, she carried a white Brble. gift of her maternal grandmother, topped with a purple orchid from -which flowed tiny satin streamers. Tommy Sylvester served his brother u best man. Sid Orodsky of Washington, 0. C., Bill Joe Culver. Jo« Allen and Prancls Cooper of Pawhuska served their fraternity brother as ushers. Mn. Culver, mother of the bride, - ehose a toast crepe with sable mist accessories. Mrs. Sylvester, was attired in a dress of black Brussels crepe with black accessories. Both mothers wore yellow rcses. Reception For 200 Gnrsls Immediately following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Culver entertained with a reception lor 200 guests at the Duncan Hotel in Pawhuska .The wedding flower, white gladioli, was repeated in the luxuriant arrangements combined with feathery ferri to decorate the reception rooms. Two refreshment tables, one. centered with the four tiered cake which was topped with a basket of roses and adorned with tiny bells and roses wp.s placed on a mirrored plaque. White daisies, outlined the desipn. Hand candelabra with white glowing tapers flanked the appointment. On the second taVile at either end w?s a silver punch bowl and service with other silver appointments in compliment. Both tables were overlaid with cut work cloth'! with elaborate insertions of Isce. Assisting at Me rnteption was Mrs. Hohn Hubbell. Mi« Ann Glanton, Mrs. J. A. Puryear, Mrs. J. B. Smith. Mrs. John Pearson: Mrs. E. R. Labodie, Mrs. Jack Walker and Mrs. Wayland Smith. Each pinned a corsage of gardenias at her shoulder. Following the reception. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester left on a weddine trio befove returning to Stillwater, Okla. where the groom will be » student at Oklahoma A. and M. For traveling the bride wore a brown striped Surah silk dress with brown acce-vories complimented with an Ice-blue beaver hat. She pinned her bridal orchid at her shoulder. Out-of-town iruests Included Mr. and Mrs! Raleigh Sylvester and Tommy Sylvester, parents and brother of the groom. Friday Rook Club, Guest Me«ts Al Rector Home Mn. Fttd Boyelt was guest yesterday with members of the Friday | Rook Club when Mrs. T. E. Rector ' was hostess to the group at her home. MM. Boyett won high. Mrs. Harry »ot*n «cond and Mrs. William 1 Btrryman rooko. j Potted plants and |ow crystal' b«wl* containing assorted flowers .»*rf \ised throughout the home. ; The hosleM wrvcd refreshment*, i Mrs. Hardy Entertains C. B. t. Club Yesterday Mrs. Alvin Hardy was hostess Friday to members of the c. B. C. club at. her home. In the games Mrs. R. A. Copc- lanrt won high. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy second high and Mrs. O. O. Blkins rooko. Eariy fall flowers were arranged in the entertaining rooms Mrs. Hardy served a salad plate with iced drinks. Twins Feted Wednesday At Farewell Party Miss Christine and Miss Martha Ernestine Lloyd, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.''Clyde Lloyd were complimented with - farewell party at their home Wednesday night. They will leave soon for St. Vincent's Academy, where they will be students. The evening was spent In games and informal entertainment. Mrs. Lloyd served refreshments. Mrs. Elsie Walker of Trumann grandmother of the twins was an out-of-town guest. Bridge League Meets, Winners Are Announced Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League which meets each Wednesday afternoon and Thursday niEht have announced the winners in the games -.inducted this week. In the Wednesday games, Mrs Gene Teaford and Mrs. Dick White won hr?h. Mrs. Don Edwards and Mrs. Victor Stilwell second Thursday night games, forth and South, winning first was Earl B . East , Snider nnu Miss Molly Guard. as and West first place winners were Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs Night reservations can bf> made by contacting Mrs. James Holcson AJternoon reservations mav be made by contacting Mrs. White alter 4 Wilson P. T. A. Leaders Plan Activities for Term WILSON. Ark.. Sept. in _ The Executive Board of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association and various committee members met Thursday afternoon in the • cafe- prcsi- teda. Mrs. Maurice Lynch dent, presided. ar,m a ", S .'^ re cnm l lletc <i for the annual "Get Acquainted" party sponsored by the P. T A for h Ca ?f! S «nd parents, which will be held Sept. 22 in the school cafe- Coming Events Social Calendar Mnmlny Gleaners Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 with Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs Lloyd Stickmon co-hostess. W.M.U. ol First Baptist Church meets at the church for Season of Prayer for state Missions at 2:30 p.m. Meeting of groups of Women's Council of the First Christian Church. Mrs. R. M. Beck hostess to Faith Group; Mrs. J. P. Oarrott hostess to Hope Group; Mrs. O. S. Growl hostess to Love Group. W. S. C. S. of Lake Street Methodist Church meets at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Linza Harrison, 605 Lake Street. Luncheon and Joint meeting at Hotel Noble of St. Stephen's Auxiliary at i p.m. Tuesday Junior Service Auxiliary League will meet at 10 a.m. at the Junior Chamber of Commerce Club la- stead of the Chamber of Commerce. High School P. T. A. Executive Board meeting 2:30 p.m. General assembly, 3 p.m. Immediately following will IK a social hour for freshmen mothers and new faculty members. Mrs. James C. Guard hostess to Trl-Town Bridge Club. Wednesday Delphian meeting at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Nazarenc Foreign Missionary Society meets at church at 2 p.m. -.Thursday Mrs. N. W. Kyle hostess to Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Neville Blakemorc hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. O. O. Elkins hostess to Blytheville Rook Club. Avaion Bunco meets with Mrs Raymond Shamblin. Friday Friday Hook club meets with Mrs William Bcrryman. Mrs. Lendemiie Fowler hostess to C. B. C. Club. Civic Calendar Junior Monday Chamber of Commerce. 7 p.m Christmas Decoration Committee of the Chamber ot Commerce. 2:30 Lions p.m. Tuesday CHlb, Hotel Noble. 12:1$ School P.T.A. Executive 2:30 followed with P.T.A. PT/ > "Kutar meeting or the 5-T.A. will be held Thursday at ™- ttllM 1 V ><! 5Ch °° 1 » ud ' to riuni.rp.m. .third Thursday in the month! Sudbury Bourd City Council 8 p.m. American Lfgion 8 p m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club. Hotel' Noble— 12-10 h ~ n ri e mo ' uh lor ?"' !? " ! ! ted » s »« meeting l Ior Ihe sch °<" .v«*r. In 1849. the. us 'tcel indu. icgan to base its prices on s' nade with coal rather" than' tcel made with charcoal. P.T.A. Executive B«vrd 2:30 followed with P.T.A. 3:00. Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Nnble— 12:10 p.m. Frid.iy Football: Chicks vs. Paragould. S p.m. Here. Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio Now Open for Fa 11 Classes PIANO REGISTER NOW SlniHo-SO? Chickasawh, Telephone 2934 Bits off News Charlea Q. McOanlel left today (or Evanston, III. where he will en- loll as a freshman at Northwestern University. He was motored to Memphis by his parenU, Mr. and Mri. Charles W. McDaniel and Miss Edith McDanlel. Van B. Reddlck and Mrs. Elaine Smith of Steele, Mr>. Crady (ion and Mrs. Mllford Miller ipenl Thursday as guests of H. E. Needham and Tommle Black In Tucker, Ark. Mrs. Emma Nolen and Mist Elise Moore were in Oaceola this morning for the funeral of Mrs. John Keiser. Buford Young and Nathan Wad* leturned Friday from Union City Tenn., where they spent five days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wade and family and Mr. and Mr«. Hubert Wade and family. Mrs. H, H. Houchlns and Mrs. E. R, Lancashire returned Friday from the P. E. O. Sisterhood Convention In Chicago Mrs. B. A. Lynch Sr. remained in St. Louis for several days visit with her son B. A. Lynch, Jr. and Mrs. Lynch. Mrs. R. F. Klrshner and Mrs. E. B. Gee remained for a few days In Chicago before motoring home and visiting points of interest en route. Mrs. A. M. Butt was returned to her home yesterday from Memphis Methodist Hospital where she has been a patient for several days. Her condition is satisfactory. Condition of Mrs. Bill McClun. who underwent an appendectomy Thursday at Walls Hospital Is satisfactory . Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bell left Friday for Greenwood, Miss, to attend the wedding of Miss Anne Gardner and Hal Coppock. Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Powell have returned from a week's visit in Camden where they were the guests of Mrs. Ada Atkinson and Mrs Lee York, sisters of Mrs. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little left today for Greenwood, Mississippi to attend the wedding of Miss Anne Gardner ami Hal Coppock. Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. Jesse White, Mrs. Enill Damon and Mrs. Coady Eaton accompanied the band members to Little Rock today where they will play for a football game to- r.lght. Mr. and Mrs. Allen ' Hardin returned home Friday after a three day visit in St. Louis where they p.ttended the ball games. Pfc. Roy Bldwell, husband of Mrs Gertrude Bldwell, 816 Clark Street. Is now on duty with the occupation forces in Kobe, Japan, and Is serving as mail clerk with the Quartermaster Corps. John E, Regenold, »on of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hegenold of Armore] and a fourth-year cadet at Kentucky Military Institute at Lyndon. Ky., has ^een named cadet aenieant Lt. Coi. T. W. Woodyard. profeanor ot Military Science and Tactic* announced today. The selection Is based on leadership, scholarship and military performance. Ben and Jim Lanchashlre left today for oberlln College, Oberlin Ohio, where Ben will be a senior and Jim a freshman I Mrs. W. E. Wade Is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. D. McCartney in Tupelo, Miss. .i . • Miss Betty Jean Jleeman left t| day for Southern Methodist Unl- j verslty. Dallas. Miss Peg«y neeman returned to Stephens College, Columbia, Mo. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Gene neeman of Manila. Miss Joann Trieschman and MI.is Roberta Brncey left today for Mississippi Southern College, Hatties- bl'rg. where they will enroll as freshmen. Edsel Harber will leave tomorrow for the University of Arkansas. Miss Awten Fereuson left today for Stephens College, Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp were called to Dversbur* this morning because of the death of a brother Wade Hipp. They were accom panied by another brother. Shirley and a sister. Mrs. Vera Ledbalter. Wade Hipp was a former Blytheville resident. | Mrs. Willie Oean has been re. turned to her home after having: been a patient at Memphis Baptist i Hospital for a week. | Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lybarger and son Max Duncan. «nd grandson Gary Razlog, of Detroit, Mich., are guests of Mrs. Dorothy Scott and i her sister, Mrs. Louise Simmons. I They will return home by way of Louisville. Ky.. where they will visit' briefly with firs. Jack A. Nester the former Miss Virginia gtott. James Cobb of Memphis and Miss Louis* Elliott of Lynchbiirg, Va..' Chik Mrrta Tha Moonlight Garden Club met in th* hom« of Mrs. John Golden Thursday with Mn. Gilbert uul alra. Floyd Mat his co-host*s«««. Th« business meeting was conducted by Mn. R. L. Condit and a course of study Involving color hanrtonjr and typei of ar ntemeuU wa« given by Mrs. r. L. Kelly, The nominating committee reported with the following namea ol officers for the coming year: Pearl Walker, president; Mn Floyd Mathls, first vice president- Mrs, r. L. Kelly, second vice president; Mrs. Gladys Moore, secretary- Mrs. c. B. Sigler, corresponding secretary: Mrs. E, c. Ellis, treasurer Mrs. Sigler won first prize with her dahlia arrangement. Mrs. j W Golden was second and Mrs. «L'c Ellis, third. W.S.C.S. Convene* The Woman's Society o." Christian Service of Ihe Methodist Church ">et In the home of Mrs. Jut* MUes Wednesday. ' ' The subject, Our Christian Faith was presented by Mrs. L. S. Watkins. The business meeting was eon- ducted hy the president. Mrs. c. M Bell. Announcement was mad* of a seminar'to be 'irld ,t Clariton Mo sept. 28. wlien the conference president , n i three other (conference, officers will be present. fiardea Club Committee Naiw* The Hayti Garden Club met at the El Rancho Hotel Tuesday ,«.,. noon with Mn. F. H. WickWm a, hostess. Mrs. Damon Wells, prexl- dfnt was in charge of the bialnnr meeting and Mrs. J. J. stew»H had charge of the program. , A nominating committee to ». led officers for the coming year was chosen. Mrs. H. D. Welh won first prize and Mrs. L. S Watklna second in flower arrangements Rose Mario w Clrel« Meeti The Rose Marlow Circle of the WM.u. of the BaplLU Church met with Mrs. Kathrlne Lefler Thur-day with ten members and tw. S-uests present. M^'VF'' 0 ;,™' 11 **•' Presented b» Mrs. Claudia Enderson and Mnf Earl GUI. ,„„,„„,. conr'ucidihe business meeting. Mrs. Buckler Hosfew Ih. w I,'' B ' BvMf y entertained the Wednesday Night brldg. club iniA week. / IhrS.' ."w'" 1 ", " : ' d Pl " f « t0 ' h ' three tables of guests and mero- Mr?"n S Z"' n frS ' R - L ' Cmi »Mrs. C. M. Bell md Mrs. J. J S^wart. Mrs. John MohrsUdl won Wgh, Mrs. C. M. Bell, low, and Mrs Hlampn Knhn brlo>oe<l. Mr.. Sander* Knteriarni Mrs. A. O. Sanders. Jr., was hos- ' '' ™"* Matrar " SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 194* Junior Service Auxiliary's First Annual Fashion Show Is Attended By Hundreds Of Clothes-Conscious Women Troy McDonald..low, and'Mrs. v'l'r- gil Garret bridgoed. Local. Mrs. Donald Hedge was surprised with • shower Wednesdnv bv approximately 2fl of her friends at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs J- D. Andrewi. The Rev. Nut T. Buckley will (ill ht pulpit «t the Methodic church tomorrow. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Buckley. Mrs. Louis McGoldrick of Mem nhls. Tenn., Is visiting her mother. Mrs. Lovie Travis. She will be Joined by her husband and return home Sunday. H»~vey Sanders was svrpriud hy Tel.tlves and friends with . birth- dav party this week. Mr. and Mrs. Durrel Newport of PaM« T>Ann -. la- - _ . !••••«* Old Mother Nature smiled on members of the Junior Service Auxiliary of Blythe*Ule yesterday ift- ernoon when they successfully staged the fir.st of their proposed annual style shows In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Hundreds of Blytheville women, made clothes conscious by the first crisp, cool days of the approaching autumn, thronged to view the clothe* loaned by 'Hie Edythe Shoppe and Miss Whitsltt's Shop, and modeled by young women of Blytheville and surrounding towns. The atmosphere of fall waa em- phasiwd In the decorations which carried out the orange, yellow and green of the season. A luxuriant arrangement of single bronze chrysanthemums was used on the refreshment table where white lapers burned In silver branched candelabra. Ttie sliver services at either end of the table were presided over by Mrs. James Roy and Mrs. James L. Guard, dur- mg the first hour, and by Mrs. J. W. Adanu Jr. and Mrs. Hermon Carlton during the last half of the revue. The wide window embrasures of the room were filled with living greet) potted plants in brass bowls, placed against the drawn draperies of autumn brown. The stage where the models displayed their costumes, was covered with brown and the stage decorations were in orange and yellow. Mrs. Pease Is Commentator Mrs. Willard H. Pease, who served as commentator for the revue, wore a striking afternoon frock of taupe colored satin with a flower trim of green satin at the waistline. Her brown suede shoes and bag complemented her costume. Guests were ereeted at the door by Mrs. Oscar Fendler and Mrs. S. E. Time. Mrs. Fendler, president of the organisation, wore an afternoon dre^s of pay green satin with black accessories, and Mrs. Tune, '.vho served as chairman of the revue, wore green satin. Vocal numbers were presented as [ the juiests gathered, by a girl's trio, [ composed of the Misses Mary Mar-I earet Auten. Vivian Taylor and j Mary Jo Eaton, and during inter- I mission between the tvoo .shows, Harry Ftitzhis, Jr., sang several solos. The musical background for the entire program was provided i by Mrs. Eddie Saliba at Ihe piano. I Among the early arrivals was Miss Arden Ferguson, who was present i j for a last glimpse of home before leaving this morning for Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., where she : will continue her study of designing in which she has won many r ; honors during the past year. = I Mrs. C. W. Oarrigan and her | daughter. Miss Gay Garrigan, Mrs.; j P. E. Black and daughter. Miss Bet- j ty Black, and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen ' and daughter, Mis Muriel Knudsen, were among the mother and daugh- ' ter groups present. All the.se girls will leave within the next few days for their various colleges. j S. Miiaco Women Attend ' Prom Wilson came Mrs. Dora Merrill, Mrs. A. M. Roger* and Mrs. Elstner Beall; from Osceola there; were Mrs. Melvin Speck. Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mrs. Darrell Crane, and ! Mrs. N. G. Cartwright. From Bas- ! sett came Mrs. Arch Catching*; from Steele, Mo., Mrs. Charles Af- At The Hospitals BlythevUle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Raymond Taylor and uaby. are the weekend guests of rf and Mrs. Harry Lewis and Mr. Cobbs parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cobb. Continoom snow* Box Offic* Open* 1:4S Show Start* 2:00 a,aa. |2:tS *m <:» a> LISTEN TO KLCH Sa<urd»T Eyes of Texas with HOT ROr.F.KS Serial "Ratnun and fUbU" N«. II and Short The Kita and Reiy Tdeatrw will take » a*eclal ollcctim far (he rOI.IO EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND luicr. Sunday and twin M»n<l«T. The Rita Tkatr* haa a Cry wher« aMtken w«h frrtttnr eaa> MX and h«*r tk* ak»w cmtort HOW ARE YOU GOING TO GET THE LEADING SHOE VALUE THIS FALL? pap*r W*dn«tday, S«pt. 14th FAMILY SHOE STORE '7V9 *Q« City. Worth Neeiy. City. Mrs. F. D. Drutnnright. Brazz City, Mo. H'alli Hospital Dismissed: Dr. E. V. Hill, City. Jerry Wayne Douglas. Steele. Sharon Lynn Smith, Holland. Box Office Opens «:« Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday I:M : starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat ft Sun. Birjaln NI 5 ht Every Nl[ht Except Saturday No pisses honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre Saturday Frontier Revenge with I.aih i.aRue Serial: "Rocketmen" No. 4 < Short C<ntinuo» Shitwlnt Saturday 12:31-1] :M Sunday & Monday (DOUBLE FEATURK) (Rosalind Russell| «iuc« A, U»Cfn I Fox \ewi Continuous Showing Sun. TJw Brta an« Ran; Theatre* will ta«« a tpetlal citlleetlon for the POMO EMERGENCY RF.I.IF.F FUND twice Sond»i and Monday. flick Jr.; Mis. Bob Lowe and Mrs. Walter Card were there from Manila, and from Leachvllle were Mrs. A. B. Robinson and her daughter, Mrs. Robert Pierce. Mrs. Paul Tipton, who Is currently the guest here of her cousin, Mrs. H. L. Chambers, was greeting old friends, accompanied by Mrs George M. Lee. Models during the first half of the revue displayed costumes from The Ed.vtlie Shoppe. These included Miss Elsie Barnes, who modeled a Swansdown suit with nubby tweed Jacket and straight slim-cut skirt. An "After-Five" dinner suit of green slipper satin by Irene Karol was worn by Miss Nora Simpson of Dell. The short fitted jacket featured the plunging neckline and rolled lapels ending at the waistline. Mrs. Jim Roleson modeled a Swansrtown coal with soft flattering collar of mink, and full cuffed sleeves, belted in waist and gracefully flared skirt. Beneath the coat she wore a brown crepe dress designed by Juliette. A Herbert Levy original of grey beaded wool, modeled by Mrs. Jesse M. White, was trimmed with steel cut beads and braid on- both the dress and the bolero jacket. A young girl's dream of moonlight and roses was the strapless taffeta evening gown of tomato red taffeta worn by Miss Barbara Saliba. .Models School Clothes Mrs. Jim Tidwell of Dell showed a tone-on-tone suit of Miron wool, designed by Sivnnsdown, and Miss Vivian Patterson appeared in a Jaunty Junior two piece suit designed especially for "going back to school" age. The slim skirt of dark brown gabardine was topped with a jacket or tweed. Another Juliette number in brown plisse Uitfeta. fashioned with flared skirt and accented at the hips with twin triangular pockets at the hips, was worn by Miss June Howard of Dell. Mrs. J. N. Smothermon modeled a dinner dress of pink crepe designed by George Jackson or New York, together with a cape ot softest Russian squirrel by Marks Purs I of Detroit. Miss Whitsitfs Shop models included Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, who wore a creation by Eisenberg.-Tht' all black, dress, designed with very! full skirt, was accented at the neckline by a small clip of Eisen- bci'g Ice, and she wore a Frank Benson original hat of soft felt generously framed with black velvet and pearl edging. Mrs. J. p. Holland appeared In a costume suit by Benham, featuring a black wool "long sleeved dress of Mlron wool and a red cape of tho same material, edged with black fox fur. Her hat was a Paris original designed by Rose Descat. The back to school costume selected by Miss Joan Campbell wai of soft velvet in a winter navy,; created by Leo Jacobson. tier black Marlln original hat was trimmed with soft feathers. Mrs. Charles Langston modeled a British imported tweed coal by Baiiman & Stoll, together with an Eisenberg original dress of she Julliard wool in winter green A Martini original In copper vrj was worn by Mrs. c. L. McWaters. The flowing side panel was lined with velvet to match her large hat by Frank Benson, and her furs by Can-in were of natural wild mink Mink Coat Shown A coat of wild ranch mink by Can-in was shown by Mrs. KCIIIH ••> Berry of Steele, Mo'., together with' an original dress by Donald, featuring a brilliant green rulfled pouch drape with black beaded trim. Her hat by Lecie was trimmed with a ; touch of satin. Mrs. Joe Cohoon modeled a Martini original hi black with flaming red panel and featuring the new collar, a copy of a French Jacard" orlginal. Her matching hat was a Flo-Jean creation and her furs tbree skins ol Russian sable. A black crepe dinner gown by Eisenberg featuring diagonal bugler- beads on the body-molding bodic« was shown by Mrs. Gean Atkinson. Mrs. L.C.B. Young of Osceola appeared In a black nylon marquisette formal trimmed with black lace and adorned with roses. The strapless creation was designed by Fred Perlbeig. Mrs. R. A. Nelson served aa co-chairman for the revue, proceeds of which will be used for the Junior Service Auxiliary's main project, an eye-saving clinic for school children of Bl.vUievllle. SUNDAY & MONDAY Screenplay by HUGH WEDLOCK. HOWARD SNVOER am) JOHN GRANT Directed Iw CHARLES T. BARfON . Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR PLUS RKO SHORT The Golf Doctor" featuring Dr. GARY MIDDLECOFF 1 who will be at the Bljtheville Golf Course next week Paramount News & Cartoon Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15-11.00

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