The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1951 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR <AR«.) COURIER Jan« Shelton, Society Editor ew& Phone 4461 Miss Saliba's Betrothal Sew-Simple For Every Da> To Alabama Resident Told The betrothal of Miss Amelia Sa- )iba, daugrter of Mrs. Z, u. Saliba and lhe late Mr. Saliba ol Bljihe- ville, to Sperdon A. Knlialley. ol Mobile. Ala., son of Mr. and Mis. A. M. Kahalley ot Mobile hot been announced by the bride-elect's mother. The engagement was revralcd Sunday night ai a party given at lhe woman's Club by Die bride- elect's mother and attended by approximately 85 relatives and cl:.su friends. A.S the gue.sLs arrived, soH .strums of organ nui.sic could be heard from a tiny while uhurtOi i'iMJle.nng a table overlaid In artificial grass and placed near the entrance. Miniature bride and groom doJU stood at lhe entrance of the church and placed ai cither sidi* ol ihe couple were liny pluques en which wi-ie printed the names of the engaged couple. Greeting thc ^LKM.S as they arrived were Mrs. SaUbii. Mr. and Mrs. Kaliallcy, Mrs. George Human, aunt of the brirle^rooin-clect find lhe honored couple. The relreshmenL table was overlaid in white linen and held an Us central de&ign scarlet, gladioli in- ' lerspersed with fern nnd laccy greenery. Assorted foods were .served and the remainder ol the evening spent informally. Mi.ss Saliba Is a graduate of Blytheville High School where she served as a cheer leader and was winner of the DAR "Good Clti/en- ahip Girl" award. KJecled "MKs Blytheville High School" Miss Saliba MBS also a member ot the Red Pepper Club. Mr. Kahalley is a graduate of M>Gil! Institute In Mobile and served four and one-half years iti the Army. He is now n.ssocinted wUh o( sleeves, his brother In bus in PAS in Mobile, y or t hj s Wedding plans will be announced later. Mrs. Birmingham Hostess to YWA's Prayer by MUs Luclnda Cole opened the meeting ot tin Calvary Baptist Young Woman's Association la*t night at the session held in the home of Mr.s. C. S. Birmingham. A Hilloween social wa« planned tn the business session preceding »roup jtnging led by Mlsj Alice Priest. "Prort Your Wisdom In Managing Money" was the devotional given bj MiM Cole niter which Mrs. Birmingham l*d the adjourning prayer. KUWts seated In the entertaining rooms which were decornted with pumpkins and cats In compliment tc the approaching Halloween holiday. Bits of News Vickie Lynn In tlie name which has been clio-sen by Mr. and Mr*. Henry Oosa ol Dell lor their Ural child, a daughter, born ycMCrrlay morning at Walls Hospilal, Mrs. Oosa Li the former Miss f>atl>' Lynn Bartholomew of Hlj llievlllc. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. CMtleman sjwnt the in L:illc Petticoats Add Magic Touch To Fa 11 Attire *". ?ir-A Woman's Kit I tor NEW YORK. fNEAK-Strflchtnu wardrobe, with the aid ol the new petticoats designed to be worn outside, Ij easy as pie. A ninglr petti- coal can be transferred Irnrn leotards to thoath dress or a single sheath dress can change tM appearance with each new petticoat. The advantages, then, are ob- vltius. Several of HIM.. pemcoal.i will work such manic thai nul even other women will guess that you're employing just one or two bjslc costumes. Hluck velvet, when u r s warned into leotards, takes readily to a petticoat. Designed for spued don TUMDAY, OCTOBBR M, MM _ i>»«, lhe leolards me ilcere- and Fort Smith. While in Kortile.ss, have a nlppi-rcd fastcnlni; lhat Snilih. they uere the gue.st.s of Mr. makes It imsslble to c^t nun ihein CKStle/nati.s brother, E. W. G'udd, l«"rt iietticoat as well in just sixty a ". d . M "; M«s Delia onds. Petticoat s a ness 1'urtle u reported In silk (lower-printed gold cloth cir- co • a satisfactory condition at her' cle skirl, home In St. Louis .niter having been a jialleul in a hasjillal there Mis. C. M. Oliver oJ Trance, i!if, who has been vuimiK rcia- Uve.s here lor the pa.-,t .several clajs, Millcred a (riiciurtd ankle in a [all Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ciniui liave as j llicu- Kue.sts Mr. and Mrs. njli iier- ron and son and Miss Jiianila (jean ol Memphis. Mrs. Enul Damon left today [or Wnco, Tex., to visit her daughter. Mr.s. Ed Towiucnrt, Mr. Tounsend and Infant .son, Mark Edwaid. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ulchey have as their guest. Mr.s, Ricliey'ji sister. Mrs. Uill Crldct ol Tupelo, Miss. I-eouuds cut like a | n red sweater, ll , , lccvcs " re Is •jjiens sea- Most versatile style of the .son— a youthful, well cut dress for where sh sciicral wear that will dolisht the I *«-crat (In Mrs. MiiBRie Smith Is reported In ess to circle Two for the .,, ,, lu nn Improved condition at her home the meeting adjourned with prayer In th where Number Nine Community b V Mrs. Neal Cieurlati. jxttlfrn, , COINS, your name, semi 30o In address. SIM .she has been confined for v . -..Ly.s. novice at sewing ns well us Ihe ex- j • Ml ' s - Harry A. Hnine.s and cluuKh- pci t. Nicely fitted through the j lfr > Elizabeth Shuford. arrived to- waist. and you can have a choice ''^V from Hickory. N.C., where they hart silent several weeks wilh Mrs. Halnes' parents, Mr. uml Mis H E Shuford. Mrs. Mae. nancy Hicks will leave Thursday for lier home In Battle Creek. Mich., after having been thc llouseguesl of Mr. and Mr.s. E M. fiCKenold. Mrs. Reynold and Mrs. IIIrks will spend tomorrow In Mem- Phis. While here. Mrs. Hicks wa.s complimented al several events, Mrs. W. A. Sheddan has returned to her home In Senatobln, Mis*., after a month's visit here with her daughter. Mr.s. George Hunbard, Jr.. ami family. Condition ol nodncv Banister who Is 111 at Walls Hospital, is reported as much Improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. George L. Curry announce the birth of their Second child, R daughter Saturday afternoon at Walls Hospital. She has been named Patricia Ann. They have one other daughter, Susau Lynn. desired, and the I'ATI'HIN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 312 W. Qiiincy Street, Chicago C, Patlern Mo. B:iU5 Is a .scw-rlle perforated pattern In sl7.es 12. 11. 10. la and 20. size 14, 5?; .yards of 38-Inch. The Pall and Winter Issue ol FASHION is Just what you've been waiting for—a complete guide In planning a wearable wardrobe for new seasc.nl Gift patterns printed inside 25 cents. Miss Maxine Hill Is YWA Hostess MiM NtRxine Hill last night was hostess at her home lo eight members and one guest of the Young Woman's Association of the First Baptist Church for a business session SIT which plans for a harvest season party were discussed. Following the session. Miss Hill presented the evening's devotional. The program, taken from the YWA manual. "The Window," was led by . , Miss Lounell Overman. A social hour followed the adjourning prayer by Miss Overman. Study Is Begun By Baptists "Pilgrims to Spnnljh America" was the study begun yesterday by Circles of thc Fir.st Baptist Church. Mrs. J. W. Rayder wn* hostess Fit her home to H memurrs ot Circle One. wllli Mrs. I.rsile Moore lead- Ing (he opening prayer. Mrs. William Dcrryman taught the lesson and Ilie meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. M. C. Outlnw. Ten members of Circle Two met a.1 the home of Mrs. Jim CraJton. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Tom Jackson and Mrs. Wilbur Denning and Mrs. C. S. Lemons taught thc lesson. Prayer by Mrs. C. L. Evans opened thc meeting of 11 members and one new member of Circle Three, who met with Mrs. Kendall. Berry. Mrs Lloyd Stickmon laucht the lesson nnd Mrr. c, L. McWatcrs, Jr.. led the closing prnvcr, Mrs. Robert Mcitancy was n new member with the II members of j Circle Eleven Attend Baptist Session Eleven members of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist Chapel MisAlon met yesterday afternoon. MM: ||. n. Burnett wa.s hostess at her home for thc session which was opened with a devotional by Mrs. Kathcrine Camp- by Mrs. John Buchanan preceded the le.sson tnught by Mrs. James Kelly. Following the business discussions presided over by Mrs. R. w. Woolen, Mr.s. E C. Thompson led thc art)curnJnjr prayer. The hostess served refreshments. bell. Prnyer At The llosnilals Marlon Wllllnvm. Prayer by Mrs. E. P. niomeyer preceded tile lesson Maxine, taiignl. by Mrs. McHaney. Miss Cor- tl-lla Wilhlte led the closing prayer. Mrs. H. II. Brooks was hostess to seven members r.1 Circle Five for the session led by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Ulylhevillr Hospital I r "Vers were offered bv Mrs. E. P. D'smissfd-' i ltfu ' cijl> iinti Mrs. Darryl Swnncr. Mrs. Kayb,™ rnc,,a,-d ,,,„ b.by, | J^ ^"^^^. ^U' i V.LVIL mi- ii MiumDcrs ot | Four, \\l\o Diet with MM. W. i tfli'RJJt the Irwon. Prayers ivere offered by Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mrs, Shclburne Brewer. Social hours followed each ad. journment. City. Walls llnspital Mrs. George L Cuiry and baoy Ci;y. Terry Van Curti.s Fi; 2 R'jyace A. Bie'.vci-. LtiX'ia Mrs. BHnche Hue'., Cav:itl\rr.- vill:. Mitchrll. F'raycr by Mi.s C. I,. Me-1 ; \Vatrrs. Sr.. prrcrricri the Irsson: taught by Mrs. Charles H. N'rwcmnb. [ Mrs Hnys Sullivnn let! the nrijnnrn- i ine prayer. ; Prvrn inrnihor.s. our nr\v member, ! Mrs. Max Ix>cnn. find t\vn c,nrst,s of ; Circle Si-ven mi't »nh Mis, j. T, 1 \VeMbrook. Mrs. U'alirr Hishop The Women's Auxiliary St. Stephen's Episcopal Church invites You to ENJOY A DELICIOUS Spaghetti Lunch or Supper Thursday 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday 5:30 p.m.-8 p.rn. ADULTS: $1:00 CHILDREN: 50c ! Served at the Jaycee Clubhouse HALF PRICE SALE! TUSSY HORMONE CREAM ... . v $050 H'£."> siv.r .Aow J+ IRT Givr* >k,in the pK»w of ynulh, Cu«hioTiJ it a i;,iin*t ji ^e-tirync;. 1 *, * Onlain* 10,000 activr natural f<tioi;riiic bormonr unii» per ounci": a r«mntrr j»ai t nl'lhi 1 «nb- slan^p in \.intip sVin. Actually ahsojiiril liy ilir «kin \ Bu> now. WOODS DRUG STORE only Mrs. Mrs. Bill Crider was the guest with Circle Five -Alien Mike nichey was hostrss to the loup at her home. Prayer by Mrs. R- V. Oean preceded ihe business ession led by Mrs. Jack Vowcll n which o/ficers were n.'unecl. Sc.iv- nst will he Mr.s. Essie Hopper, chair- nan; Mrs. c. W. Hudson, .secretary ind treasurer: Mrs. Hill Hardiii. irogram chairman: Mrs. ntchey! nlssion study: Mr.s. I,. D. Marr. community missions; nnd Mrs. Ro- ancl Davis, social. 'adjournment. The afternoon's Bible study was ed by Mrs. Oenn and the meeting nljoiirncd wilh prayer by Mrs. Ilop- >er. Officers were named by Circle ilx al thc meeting held at the lome of Mrs. II. J. Fondren. Prayer >y Mrs. Larry Byruin and a de- rolional by Mrs. p. H. JcrnrRitn i d ipened lhe session. Officers selected ! , were Mrs. Tom Srnnlley. chairman; ° Mrs. Jernl»an. mission study; Mrs. Alf Jones, secretary and tre.i.sllrer; .Trs. Charles Lipford. program, and Mrs. Onie Peeples, social. Prayer by Mrs. Byruin adjourned the meeting. Following each ses- ;lon, the hostesses served refreshments. More species of native trees have , the session. Dealing with the work been found In the Oreat Smokic-. "' national park by scientists thr.n in all Europe. worn stuAn above the elbow. The pi-nir, red. blue and white plnul. It Calvary Baptist Circles Meet Circles of the Woman's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met yesterday in homes for Bible studies and business scs- ion.s. Mrs. Darryl Ltinsforcl '.v.is host- Ihest ar* the v«rsitil« petticoats lhat are worn on the outside this year. Black velvet pint, (led) are topped by a Chinese silk Rower-printed s old cloth circle skirt. Matador panU In red wool j«r*ejr (above) come (o the knee, are worn with plaid pell coat that opens down the front. Sweater slip In creen ' wool jersey (rlichl) Is full len K lh, !s worn with striped petticoat. '"'!! blTe'Valfe -, fr ° nt a ' 1<! '' llnfd '"' h "* " • Weater '"" '" va ° l ^ rse ' f - U ' s <lot " ; 1" E'«». among other 'For "the o'lrl u-m, nnrti™ i » Cul stral e hl "P and <<°'' vn and colors, .and Is wnrn with a ve^'^elur'^rtment 1 wouM " ttV * €M ' " ^ ' « w " ter "^ «* W " ile ™* *™» ™»« •>« . i flcoat. But the color cholc«i »r« ., up to the wearer, to be mixed an _ basic ingredients in a petticoat wardrobe. Service Program jlsland Films Will Given in Ray Home Be Shown at Rally Mrs. Eric Ray was hostess at her i OSCEOLA, Oct. 23—William O. home la.st niglii for the Royal Ser-, ftippey of Little Rock, a Navy flier vice program, "Preparations for the, in World War II, will speak and Purposes of God." presented for .show films taken in the Hawaiian members of the Number Nine Bap- i Islands and Japan, at the Quarterly list Woman's Missionary Union. ! Rally of Mississippi County Worn- Mrs. Clime John-son, group prc.si- '. en's Missionary Union meeting in dent led in repeating the watch- jOsceola. Friday. word followed by prayer by Mrs. | Mr. Rippey wa.s licensed to preach Iia -V- i in the First Baptist church of The evening's program was di- ! Honolulu while In service and will reeled by Mr.s. Raymond Whittle, enter Baylor University in Novem- \vho presented the devotional frccn ber to complete work on z decree thc book of Matthew. G:oup sins- i Preparatory to theological training, ing preceded the remainder o[ the ^ ler which he plans to return to program given by Mr.s. Cliffie John- ; r son. Mrs. M. L. Han, Mrs Recce Orient as a missionary. While some of the films are son. Mrs. M. I,' Han, Mrs. Recce 1 While some of the films are of Moore. Mr.s. Billy Johnson aiid Mr.s. • EJa Ptist mission stations, churches Iferlwrt Julllan. "jand schools, others show Interior ' '' Prayer by the session. served by Mrs. Hurt concluded A dossert course was the ho.ste.ss following the Americas Topic Of WSCS Panel Buddhist temples and other >f worship. The films will be at the afternoon session which w-ill be open to the public. ] v ' e '*' E ' n ' Etces s ' 1OT ' n Christian Church Women Convene Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at Club at 7:15. canasta rush party at the Rustic Inn. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at Sieele home of Airs. J. w. Robbins. Mrs. Charles Rose hostess to Wednesday club at the Country Club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Graham Sudbury. CIB plays bridge at the home of Mrs. Lewis Henderson. Mrs. Dick SVatsou hostess to Hish Two Club. Thursday First meeting of fall social season of Mid-Week Club, 1 pm luncheon bridge at Main street home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway Phebean Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. Halloween costume party at the home of Mrs. M. L. Stewart on Kentucky Street. An Executive Board meeting of Mrs. R. D. Hughes hostess to the Christian Woman's Fellowship Thursday Club. Spaghetti and chicken dinner p.m. TLE Club meets with Mr«. Bill L:imbert. Mr.s. Eugene Brown entertaining Thursday Rook Club. Octette Club entertained by Mr«. Homer Wilson. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sig-' Duplicate Bridge League playe At ma Phi has 7:30 p.m. de.sserl bridge- Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday- Woman's Club has : p.m. covered dush luncheon at the club preceding 2:30 session. Mrs. c. w. Garrigan hostes« to . . . Friday Contract Club. Friday Club meets with Mrs. J Farris McCalla. City NEW YORK VPI—SO many new skyscrapers have been built in New York since Ihe war the few New i Yorkers have their own famous skyline. To familiarize the man In th« street with new buildings, the realty firm of Cushman & Wakcfleld, one ot the nation's largest, has opened i contest by placing pictures of 3g new commercial buildings in Its of- Scv oTthf Ihe 2:30 business sponsored by the Woman's Auxil- OU P- iar 5' of St. Stephen's Episcopal [ays and Mrs. Sam Church at Jaycee Clubrooms, 11 a.m. fice windows. Twenty-three cash prizes total- Ing S1.000 are offered for identification of the buildings together with the best essay ot 100 words on "Why Manhattan Is the Ideal location for "He Wears Orclnds" by Miss Elizabeih Meredith Lee was'revicw- <d by .Mr.s. Xeu-t-in U'liitis to close of' Cht istian missionaries in Latin America. Mi.ss Lee's book was a col- ieclion of South American stories. The afternoon. Following the missionary bene-j diction, reireshments were served the 17 members present. MLss Lee also Ls a missionary and press correspondent. Drive t/ie car f/iat ttiakes gas go Jar! Stude&aker TOP GAS-SJ OF THE TOP 4 IN THE LOW PRICE FIELD i It's trim and sleek! No power-wasting excess bulk! In lhe '51 Mobilgos Economy Run. a Studebaker Champion* did IVi lo 6 actual miles per gallon better than lhe entries of the throe other largest sell^ ing low pfice cars. One of the 4 lou'cst price largest selling cars! A CHAMPION IN ADVANCEMENTS, TOO Big visibility one-piece windshield ... Brakes lhat automatically adjust themselves . . . Variable ratio "extra-leverage" sleering . . . Tight-gripping rotary door latehei . . . Soft-glow "black light 1 ' instrument panel dials ., . Automatic cbokft Automatic spark and heat controU .. . "Heol-dom" pistons ... Big capacity trunk . . . New longer wheelbaie .. . Flight- streamed styling—no bulging exee>< bulk—no squandering ot gasoline... Rich upholstery ... Choice of many body colort. CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY Railroad & Ash Streets W. D. 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