The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1949 · Page 2
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FACT TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS /9 . J. At . =&octelu /Vew<i Jan«,Sh«)ton, Society Editor .- - •' f . p hone 4461 Pre-Nuptial Events Begin For Mi** Higginson MU«- Dorothy Jean Higginson, daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. W. C. HI* finton »nd bride-elect of Junes Rog*ri, w«s honored Saturday »f- ternbon''with a linen and crystal shower at the home of Mrs. Marcui Evrarrt on North Highway 61. Th« ihower was the first In a MrlM of pre-miptlal 'parties planned for Miss HlgBinson; who ha» announced - November IS u her wedding date. The approximately M guetta were received by lh« guest of honor who choM a teal blue satin afternoon drew complimented with > corsage of gardenias and pink daisy chrysanthemums, a gift of the hostessej, along with hef hostesses, Mrs. Marcu* Bvrard. arid Mrs. Joe Evrard, the honoreeV mother, Mrs. Hlggln- sbn-and Mr. Roger's mother. Mrs. F. A. Kogers. ••''•'. i The bridal theme was carried out In the decorations for the party scene, with the living room decorations' centering about, a unique arrangement of stock and white asters in a cornucopia bowl accented with fluffs of maline. ' White grapes cascaded to the table from this arrangement. Mammoth dahlais were also used In the living room. : ' Refreshments were served from thV Uble which was overlaid »1th a .whit* linen cutwork cloth and centered with a low bowl, holdlnt an abundance of white stock and bsbjr chrysanthemums In which waa Intermingled' frothy maline and chen He. hearts. White tapers, burning In. crystal holders were placed oh 'either side of -the centerpiece, lighting the room. .Trie refreshment table was presided over during the afternoon by Mrs". .T. .H. Caraway, Mrs. Johnson Black* ell and Mr». Joe McHaney. Each guest was presented mlna- . ture bridal nosegays which, were distributed from a silver basket by little Mollie Joe Beasley. • After the guest of honor was •eated the gift* were brought into the party rooms by Mollte Joe where they were displayed on card tables after being opened by Miss Higfinton. Special guests for the affair Included Mrs. Hlgglnton and Mrs. Seventh Birthday Observed With Party for 20 Guests Twahty (U»U gathered Saturday »fUrnoon at the Charles Graham. horn* atr JbCiMouri 'to observe the «T»otli birthday, oC Gene Chirlea Oraluun. « • > . „ , DaWiaa arid shaded marigold* ar- r«n««d'in' erytUl and china 'bowls wer» placed to the entertaining rooms. During the afternoon games were played in which prim were award . «d Billy Dan Qarrier'and Rebecca trtley. "Happy Birthday Gene" spelled out Jn candy letter! topped trie whit«, birthday c»fce which centered th« lace draped dining table. ? Ic* , .cream . and , 'assorted : party foodj were iirved at the conclusion of. the games, after which gift* were presented, Gene Charles Completely, encircling an arrangement of flowers on the dining table wer« Halloween clowns which were lattr presented to the little guests' as favors. - , Mrs. Graham was assisted in serving by Mrs, Paul Human. * • » Razer Home Setting For Layette Shower Mrs. Pat Chitmon and Mrs. Marvin Razer were ho-stesses to approximately 15 guests recently at the Razer home with a layette shower In compliment to Mrs. Billy Wooten. During the evening games were played wit hprizes being awarded Mrs. Charles P. rrarier, Mrs. Claude Rowland and Mrs. Charles Evans. The pink and blue color scheme was repeated In the pink and blue refreshments. ' • ' , Show Slarts 1:tO Hoi Office Opens 6:45 O|>ens S«nda> I:«U; starts I:1S Continao» Shuwi Sat A S«n Bargain Night Krerj Night Eicept Salirday *>" pisses honored on Sunda; al Roxj Theatre Last Time Todaj' —DOUBLE FEATURE— Lulu Belle with Dorothy I .amour and George Montgomery Man Eater of Kumaon With SABU FOX NEWS and Wednesday Fighting 69th with Janw* Cajney a»d Pat O'Rrlen Short Subjects SKIRT OF ONE YARD By Sue Burnett Bits of News Bud Wilson, JeR* Horner and Fred Fleeman Are In Basalt, Colo., on a hunting trip. They plan to return lale this week. Miss Joanne Trleschman and Miss Robert* Bracey, students at MluLulppf Southern College, were the week end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trlesch- man »nd Mr. »nd Mrs, H. E. Bracey. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moxley left today for Memphis n'bere they will attend a theatre manager's convention. Mr«. John MnsM and children, Sherry and Lufkin, are spending the week here »» guests of Mrs. Moses's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley, Miss Josephine Shtbley and Miss Geneva Shibley. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ellis and son »p*nt Sunday in Memphis «s guests of Mr. »nd Mrs. C. E. Price and son. Mr. and MM. Eugene Hood and daughter Jeanne Ellen attended the Blytheville-Jonesboro football game Friday night In Jonesboro. Mr. and Sirs. Lonnle Smith of Stockton. Calif., are visiting here guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Powell and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Smith who are former Blytheville residents plan to leave tomorrow for their home. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rogers of Jonesboro were (he week-end guests j of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hllnton at So simple and smart, you'll want ; thelr home on Highway 81 South to make up several versions of' this attractive skirt thai requires Just one yard 54-inch fabric in the smaller sizes. Wearable n can be with blouses, sweaters or Jackets. Pattern No. 8527 b a sew-rite perforated pattern in waist sizes 2«, 25, 2S',i, 28, 30 and 32. size 25, 1 yard of 54-inch. . For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER. to Sue Burnett Courier^News S30 South /Wells street, Chicago 7, S«nd 25 cent,! todav for the new Pall and winter FASHION. 54 Pages of smart 'new styles, special features. Free patern printed inside the book. Jeanne Ellen Hood Feted On Seventh Birthday of Jeanne Ellen Hood, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hood, was complimented Sunday afternoon at her home on Missouri when 35 friends gathered to observe her seventh birthday with an afternoon of games and Informal entertainment. Halloween was the.chosen theme with the home being decorated throughout with jack-o-lantern.! and Halloween horns and scenes. Balloons In Halloween colors were suspended rrom the ceilings 'of the rooms In which the afternoon was spent. '• In the games, prizes were presented Jenny Wren McCalla and J. B., Fisher. • . Mrs. Erwin Jones made photographs of'the group while Jeanne Ellen was.opening her gifts and at intervals during the party. The lace draped dining table htld the white birthday cake which was topped in pink lettering, "Happy Birthday Jeanne Ellen." und wa.i served with the assorted party foods of Ice-cream and drinks. Favors of tiny pink and blue luts and whistles were presented each guest. The honoree chase for the affair a blue velvet dress with Irish lace trimmings- She pinned a corsage of pink rosebuds at her shoulder. Miss Jinimie Horner and Miss Emmadel Swearengen assisted Mrs. Hood in directing the afternoon's activities and serving. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Devore of Whitewater, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Casper of Hamilton. Ala., were the week-end guests of Mrs. Devore and Mrs. Casper's sister, Mrs Herman Watpole. Mrs, J. D. Booker, Mrs, Upton Booker and children and Mrs. Marvin Lane attended a family reunion Sunday near Dyersburg, Tenn at the home of Mr. .nd Mrs. Jesse !*reed, Mrs. Booker's sister. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs O. D. Burton of Cariithersvilie. The re-union was held in compliment to Mrs. Gentry Hamilton who will leave soon for California .to nuke her home. Mrs. Burton returned to Blytheville with the group for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Belkno of Joplin, Mo., were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Elgar and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow anrt daughter, Pat, spent the weekend In Little Rock as guejrts of Mr «nd Mrs. R. B. Stout and daughter Mary Ann. They were joined there by their son, Graham Partlow who Is a student «t University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle, and the entire group attended the Arkansas-Texas football game Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Robbie Shouse haa returned from a week's vacation spent in St. Louis and Cuba, Mo. While In Cuba she was the guest of her brother, .George Marr and family. Htalth Clinic to Be Held At Manila Tomorrow A health clinic for pre-school children will be conducted tomorrow at the Manila Home Economics Cottage beginning at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Annabell Fill, county health nurse, and a member of the Health Monday Mrs. R. B. Wootlson hostess to Gleaners Class of First Baptist Church. Mrs. Charles Pemi co- hostess. Methodist Circles meet; Circle One, Mrs. Paul j o be, 1413 Main with Mrs. O. C. Ganske co-hostess. Circle Two, Mrs. E. M. negcnold. Armorel with Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr.. co-hostess. Circle Three, Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, 321 Madtslon. Circle Four, Mrs. H. C. Simms, 1111 Ash. Circle Five. Mrs C. A. Cunningham. 905 Heam with Mrs. John Featherston co-hostess. Circle Six with Mrs. W. F. McDantel, 1030 W. Ash. Tuesday Mrs. O. S. Crowell hostess to LaPetlt Club. Business Women's Circle Four of Calvary Baptist meets with Mrs. Raymond Belknap on West Main at 7:30 p.m. Polluck Supper at 7:30 pin. complimenting the Past Matron, Past Matron Club at the R. A. Copeland home on Franklin. Mrs. B. B. Wilson, co-hostess. Jaycectles Installation at Fly- Inn. Mrs. Ncwlon Whltis entertains Trl-Town. Mrs R. C. Allen hostess to Club Eight. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson will be hostess to the Alpha Alpha Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi nt her home. 1708 Hearn at 7:30 p.m. Rush party -» the home of Miss Dorothy Hlsglnson, 1305 Chickasawba at 1:30 p.m. complimenting Nu Phi Mu Rushces. Wednesday Lange, Central and Sndbury study group of the PTA meels at First Baptist Church at 1:30 p.m. for Joint study course. Alpha DclU Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at Hotel Noble i 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Jne Freeman and Mrs. Barney Crook hostesses. Thursday Mrs. W, O. Anderson will enter- lain the Armorel Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Roy HeRd compliments Bty- thevllle Rook with 12:30 luncheon. Gosnell WS.C.S. meets at Church at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp. Mrs. Eddie Ford entertains Avalon Bunco C]ub. Mrs. Marvin Nunn compliments Octette Club. Thursday Nleht Club meets with Mrs. Don Halev. Friday * Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets for business and social meeting at Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. James Kyle. Mrs. John Walker and Mrs. J. D. Bnrksdale hostesses. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertains C.B.C. Club. Chapter "N" of P.E.G. ' complimented at Chester Caldwell home with 10 o'clock luncheon, Mrs. L. E Old co-hostess. ,' -: Saturday Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Miss 'Miy Dixon entertaining complimenting Miss Dorothy Higginson. Department, will be In charge of the examination tor all children who will enter school Oct. 24 and at mirt-term In and around Manila. The school buses will leave Manila at 1:30 p.m. for Black Water. Shady Grove, Milligan Ridge, Sixteen and Brown for all pre-school children in that vicinity. Mrs. Bill Brown of the Health and Safety Committee of the Manila PTA Is in charge of, arrangements. The first meeting of the Maniln PTA will be held Oct. 31 at the Snider Library. MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1049 Fur Coat, Prices Headed for Drop Costs, Profits Fall More Material In New Styles WILD SUNK— $1800 less Kpsic Kitiartl XEA I'aslilon Filllor NEW YORK —IKEA)— Biggest news In fur coats is that they're 18 to 33 per cent cheaper than they were last fall. The cut is due partially to a price-drop In raw skins and partially to Hie furrier's willingness 10 take less profit. "We have to take less in order to sell fur coats," says one industry spokemim. Another says that by increasing the volume of sales —his firm is geared for a 25 per cent volume increase—manufacturers can make up for the loss of profit. Because of price adjustments, one manufacturer contends that this fall's fur values match those of 1935, a year of low-cost furs, NIJTBA—S300 less tax-free prices and stable dollars. But 19*9 -°<.'r coat values offer somedii/if,' uhich tliofi" of 1935 didn't, according to furriers. That something : s much more material. One -laims that as much as 40 per cent more skins go into the 1949 coat's sweepter skirt, taller collar, fuller .sleeves, bigger cuffs, ami sometimes giant-sized patch pockets. This • generous use. of skins shows lip this fall in many full- length coat.s with tall collars, enor- .mous bell-shaped sleeves and wide flaring cuffs that add more fur to the extravagant display. One coat of choice wild niitik, which makes such high-style use of extra skins, sells for $1800 less than Five Methodist Ministers Named In Pemiscot Co. Five Methodist ministers in Pemiscot County were re-appointed to pastorates of churches in the Poplar Bluff District, at the Missouri MethodLst Conference in St Louis Saturday night. Those appointed were: F, V. B'rower of Carllthcrsville in the A»orn Ridge Circuit: E. G. Ellis at Hayli, Sam Pulliam of Hornersvillc and Coldwaler in the Graridin Circuit: Marvin Ntblack.of'Steelc and i Holland in the Poplar" Bluff Cir- \ cuit. The Rev. Mr. Brewer will head i the Pemiscot Parish. i Bridge Club Gets Rattled t MCGREW, Nebr. —(,TJ— Mrs. Ward Wise's bridge c!ub meeting Mrs. Benny Roberts and Mrs. V. E. Oatch scored a grand slam against a rattlesnake that slithered across the front yard as they were leaving. They used honest-to-goodness spades and clubs (not the card variety) to do the Job. Mrs. Fred foster took home the prize—11 rat- tiers from the snake. hip'e sold for liist ycir : wording to Dein-Bacher Its designer. A full, bcwv high-collared swa"- gcr of white unpluckecl nutria which, because it is vmshcared,' looks as shaggy ns white mink and as soft and fluffy as ermine sells for $300 less than it would'have last year. Jt is designed by Esther Dorothy. There's n less drastic cut In the price of coats of ocelot, which (liis fall must supply the demand for less-plentiful leopard. A 34-Inch swagger of Esther Dorothy's design, with gold buttons, a lining of green wool ami an upturned collar facing of the same, u S!45 cheaper than it would have been last fall. Prayer Is Thome Of Half- Moon Meeting "Prayer" was the theme of llm meeting of the Spiritual Life groun of the Half Moon Methodist Church at (lie meeting conducted lost night at the church, Tlic meeting was opened with the singing of the song, "Sweet Hour of Prayer" and the devotional was of fereil uy Mrs. W. R. Llghtfoot. Mrs" W. D. Yount led In prayer. Talks on the chosen theriie vvc'i> offered by Mrs. Yount. Mrs. C \v Garrlgan, Mrs. Earl Baker and Mrs' H. L. Hawkins. Mrs. Hawkins led the dismissal prayer. At The Hosnitals BIytlieville Ifospltitl Denny Powers, City Mrs. Kenneth Walters. City Carl McThaekcr, Armorel Mri. C. P. Bramtoh, Kenneth Mrs. Elma Wooelhouse, City '^ Walls Hospital •) Dismissed: ' P. G. Lackm/vre, City Cecil Stearman, City Mrs. Ida Sellers. City Mrs. Lewis Proctor, City Mrs. J. R. Dobbs and babyi Manila Mrs, Richard Haynes and 'baby Rt. 3 Fred Slltfon, Tyler. Mo. Mrs. Opal Cockran, Manila Mrs. Elizabeth Wadlcy, steel Tin Pan New York. Alley Is a section of If your condition- has been] diagnosed by a physician its bronchial ASTHMA, we are sure yon will be interested in this product. Sold-on a. 10 <l:iy Money Refund Agreement. KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. CAN CAUSE SERIOUS TROUBLE Be»ari» ot Pin-Wuifia, Ugly pests that live and KFOW inside the human body... anrt can cam*gprioua trouble.,, even internal inll.im- 1s the tnrmrnting rfelal itch. Don't take ehiinces. 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