The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 18, 1940
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WEDNESDAY, DRCEMBER '18,-1940 BLTTHEVTLLK rARK.V COURIER Simple But Grace (ail * '^vw^^wswvv^ i PICTURE Sophie Gimbel Stars Quilt- my And Brilliants For Mid-Season I«Y MARIAN YOUNG N'KA Service Staff CcmspOiuiecU NEW YORK.-New uses of quilt!.'%. rhinestone-slud-Jed' prints, billowing skirts slit to Die knee in front and such mmith-v/aleriiw coJcr.s a.s tortoise shell, log pink und sea-foam green rnakfl Sophie Gimbel's niidseasou collection an f-xeiiinK us well n.s ah inJmilely wearable one. There's not .1 sloping shoulder in the entire group 'of more ihun 300 models. Skins remain i'ull I'or l.Hiu.! day 'and evening. Neat liule .sin^L tailleurs, with btuunini r hunduKide, are hiyhlighled. ^vf-ning- clothe:; vie beiwee^ romantic and types. Sports ! male-rials fashion .some pi' the handsomest of the gtr.vns for formal wear. Mir. Gimbel. (.op-ranking American designer and dressmaker to the great and near great, shows qulhed jackets with n great many of her most formal evening nowns. She puts quilted, rolled collars on j boih day and evening jackets. Q i-iked patch pockets look ne\v. So does a quilted yoke on a tai-! lored blouse. And a blue and lighter ' blue plaid evening dress with quilted jacket of matching material has a wonderful quilted band, ten inches wide, around the full, swirling j hemline. A pink and white checked I taffeta corselette is worn with a billowy, black lace bouffant gown Rhinestones sparkle and glitter in the centers of the small flowers ( in some centers of the small flowers j in some of the smartest, prints i Rhinestones are used again in the centers of the small white polka dots on a dinner suit of coral shantung. And . similarly in the! centers of the white dots on a blue shantung dinner suit. . Sophie Gimbel has kept somebody on her designing staff busy cutting- butterflies and flower petals out of chiffon monotones anc prints. A cluster of filmy, butterflies trims the neckline of a, soft j day print to wear at a southern resort or -anywhere under a fur ecat. Petals cut out of the print wave on the patch pockets of another "good little print." A three-quarters coat of white caracul, for north or south, is shown over a. simple black silk dress.; A wJUte^ehiffon,u. dinner, dress.; cut. on tailored shirtwaister lines,. has an ultra-full 'skirt. and a figure-hugging : bodice, embroidered with tiny glittering sequins. Black skis and ski poles on a white .background make an interesting print pattern. A printed dinner dress with "white back-, ground has splashes of green flow- ens on the bodice and down one side of the skirt, with the same flowers .in brown used hear the hemline. Plaids and checks are widely used—foi- north and south, clay and evening. A group of navy bh'e wool suits are shown with tiny white pompadour hats and white lingerie touches. Beige, in soft wools for day dresses -and in silks for dinner, still is an important shade with this designer. Black, vivid pink and soft blues are repeated again and again. All except one or two models wore ' pompadours. For evening, star-studded and elaborately embroidered chiffon squares, tied in unusual ways, covered them. lii hats, pompadour sailors and turbans, often flower-trimmed and invariably lavishly veiled, take first honors. Mrs. Lo\vel! Foster l)ri<lp,ood {n re- celvo :i set of I en towels. Potato salad, 'toasted cheese sandwiches, date roll with whipped ore a in and coffee wero served at ihe dow of pltiy. Mrs. Uporne Jennier will enlpr- tain (ho club next--. * » * Ltuky Niu*> Xinas I'urty Miss Cynthia Robinson was hosi>\ss to the mi'intoer:; of the. Lucky Nine Uridgc Club at Us Chrisuna.s Party Monday night. The dt;rj members had previously drawn names and s>lfus were ex- lirid{{<> was played with Miss j Mary Melirle winning high, a handkerchief; Mary Myrtle Mi'ArUnus. bridyo, a poiM.spUin. and Mrs. Lloyd Kogor.s, a SIH-OIK! bridgo. also a poin.settia. Punch wjis .served during the ynme ynd at the conclusion of pluy plum pudding ;uu! colfe.e wu.>; served. Miss Dolly P Robinxors will erUer- tuin the flub m-xi, N. W. Hfhii .spent- Sunday an:i Monday in Memphis on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enni.s :uul tx'ii. (liibert, spent Sunday in Cooler when? i,hey vMii\j \viUi Mr. Ennis' mother. L. P. Groom of lluyii was in Csiruiher.sville on business Saturday. Everett Fru/.ier of Hennondale was in t.his city on a business trip Friday. W. C. Posey of Route 1 wn.s in town on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Brown and son. J. E. 111. are leaving Sunday to spend Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown of Postus, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Williams of Millsboro. Mr. and Mrs, .Albert Luwson spent Monday in 'Memphis shopping. Mr. and Mrs, J.' W. Tipton were in Blyiheville Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs, Tommy 'Hpton. Miss Martha Jane Tipton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tipton. returned home with them and is visiting here this week with Mr. and Mrs. Eel James. Hr. D. c. James of Cleveland, Ohio, will arrive ; here this week lo spend the Christmas holidays' with his mother. Mrs. J. U jame.s, and other relatives. J. H. Jones of Risco was here. on business Monday. Jimmy llatley of Cooler was here Monday intending to business mtu- ters. Miss Edna Posye, ui Southeast Missouri State Ti-urhers Collegj^ ut Cape Olrnrdeuu will arrive home Friday to spemi the Christmas holiday.s witli )ier par- eriKs. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Posey, Horace Ma^ee and Marvin Orishum. students at Rolla Schttbl of Mines will arrive home Saturday to spend the' Christmas holi- day.s with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. l). v. Ma«ee nnd Mr. and Mrs. [.. u. OrLsham. Mr. Magee plans to drive to Slkeston to meet (lie boys Suturtliiy and bfinj; them home. PAGE-"TH it KB Kroger Employes Get Christmas Bonus Checks . Distribution of Christmas bonus checks to approximately 000 em- ployes of the Memphis branch, of the Kroger Grocery and Baking Co., which operates Kroner food markets in this urea, WAS under way lociay. W. C. Smu.shey. branch manager, announced. Similar dis- tribution was in progress out the company, he .said. Accompanying (lie checks was a personal Christmas Mrectintf from Albert II .Morrill. Kroner president. 'In ills mrtisitgp Morrill also informed employes that $500 had been added to their jji-oup life Insurance policies for the year ^Lanlnj- Dec. 2, 1940, without 'any additional premium cost. This In- creiL-'ivs the value of their original $1.000 jwlicies to $2.500. two other $500 increaso having been effected previously, Kroger employes receiving Christmas bonus checks include store clerks and managers,, warehouse, office and factory employes. The French language is thought to have tho largest slang vocabulary in the world, with English a close second. Simmons Beautyrests Due io this bein^ the larffcsi year we have- ever had on .Simmons Ueautyrest the taciory has tfivtm us special permission to j>jve special terms of Si Down ind S) \Seekly unlilChristmns. Don'l pass up this opiKirf.unily to «et your Beuulvresi on •these easy, convenient terms. ' ' ' Drawn In Jury SCMENECTADY. N. Y. iUP) Mr. and Mr.s. Ed^ar A. Hurveys' names were drawn consecutively for jury duly, the first Instance in which a man and wife ever have been drawn simultaneously in selection o'f a . panel, according to county court attaches. Dramatic, yet gracefully simple, is this midseason evening dress of pineapple.organza, in. sea-foam green. It has a slurred rlecoJleta&e and frothy, billowing shoulder drapery scarf. The print design-- tiopical fruit and leaves—is used at the back as well as the front Caruthersville Society—Personal Friday Afternoon C'lub - The Friday Afternon Club and _their guests." Mrs. Leslie Ferguson Vnd Mrs. O. W. Chilton. were ' en- 'c-.tained by Mrs. -R. E. Kent last week. j High score priw. a bun warmer. » v ent to Mrs. Glen Vandivort;! bridge, a pitcher, to Mrs. A. B. Rhoftdes. and the guest prize, hot pads, to Mrs. Ferguson. At i he close of tht? afternoon :: salad and dessert course was .served. Mrs. Ora Kersey \vill entertain 'he. club at its next meeting. * W 4 NcH Wednesday Nlte Club "Mrs. Hillary Lee entertained the Wednesday Night Club and its guest. Mrs, J. A. Hayden. at their pnnual Christmas narty Monday night. In connection with the Christmas party a handkerchief ."hower was held for Mrs. Norberl Spalding, inemoer of the club. Mrs. Spalding \vas present t'oi- the last time, as she and her husband are leaving the first, of the year for SheEPeld, Ala. High score prize v;as won by Mis. Lee. second high by Mrs. Spalding. and Mrs. M. E.- Shomaker bridgoed. An Italian soa^hetti supper tvas ssrved. Mrs. Lloyd Rogers will oe hostess to the club at its next ting. Saturday Club Guests Guests of the Saturday Club were Mesdames Iverson Michie. Carl Baskin. Frank Wilks. and Norbert Spalding last week when Mrs. Ed James entertained the club. Miss Virginia Crider won the high club prize, a towel and wash cloth set. Mrs. Michie won the guest prize, a small gold vase, and 100 OYS WANTED White and Negro SHIHMfflHHMHfll^BHII^HHH^HHHHIHI^^HBII^HlHHH^^^^^^^^H FOR PAID WORK Ages 16 to 24 Years — Not In School SEE MR, CRITTENDEN Welfare Office On Blytheville Courthouse Grounds SHOPPERS ON THIS BRAND NEW 1941 Christmas Special! AS -RADIO "THE ORIGINAL AUTOMATIC" AND GET MORE FOR YOUR OLD RADIO Your dollar will go further if you take advantage of our special bonus Trade-in offer—today. Your old radio will make a generous down payment on the New Zenith. Be an Early Christmas Shopper. Give the perfect gift—A Zenith Radio! ENSEMBLE WEDDING ENSEMBLE! WATCH! complete What a value 1 This lovely Wedding Ensemble and Watch all at one LOW 7 price! The sift for her this Christmas! PAY ONLY Sl.OO DOWN Pat O'Bryant Jeweler Corner Main and Second Sts. during our Early Shop- pen" Trode-in offer. , svr , M ^SHBi^^^^.^ Hardaway Appliance Co. 206 W. Main St. J. W. 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