The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1954 · Page 3
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TUES0AY, AUGUST 10, 195* BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News llorv. Societv Editor / Phone 3-4461 Morning Party Compliments Visitors Here Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs. James C. Guard entertained with a mom- ing party yesterday at the Guard home complimenting several out- of-town guests. The guests were Mrs. James Ross of Memphis, Mrs. Monroe Grain of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. Marvin Smith of Baton Rouge, La., and Mrs. W. H, Pease of Atlanta. Ga. The table from which party foods were served was overlaid with a hand crocheted cloth and centered with an arrangement of summer flowers in a crystal bowl. Those assisting at the table were Mrs. "W. T. Rainwater, Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. Don Smith. Bits of News f er6onat Guest of Mrs. S. J. Cohen over the week end was her brother, Joseph H. Tudor, of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Don Morris, Mrs. Oral Edwards, Mrs. Cotton Graham, Mrs. Paul Croft, Mrs. Charles Crews and children and Mary Elizabeth Abbott are spending the week at Camp Kila Vista at, Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Moody and children spc.it the week end in New Albany, Miss., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Moody and other relatives. Miss Lila McCord of Nashville, Term., is spending several days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teague and Miss Deloris Parker. Mrs. Odell Sanders of Charleston, Miss., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Miss Maxine Overman, who is a student at Baptist School of Nursing in Little Rock/ is spending several weeks here visiting her sisters, Misses Cliffie Overman and Bernice Overman, and Mrs. Leon Jones and Mr. Jones. . Mrs. Russell Campbell and daughter, Jeanne, spent yesterday in Memphis shopping. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lunsford and children of Memphis are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Floyd Hargett of Stuttgart is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Short and her mother, Mrs. Frank Webb. Mrs. J. E. Crook and granddaughter, Jeanne, returned today from Texas where they have been visiting relatives. Mrs. L. T. Burnham and Mrs. Sam Thompson spent yesterday in Memphis shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr., are the parents of a daughter born Saturday afternoon at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Nunn is in Room 421. Mrs. Benjamin F. Johnson of Atlanta, Ga., is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. Miss Nancy Worthy of Marked Tree is spending this week visiting her aunt, Mrs. Loy Welch, and Mr. Welch. Forty four members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of Baptist Churches of Mississippi County attended a party at Ferncliffe this week end. Chaperones were Mrs. Darrell Lunsford. Mrs. Imogens Adkisson, Mrs. Clyde Webb, Mrs. Billy Ray, Mrs. Malcolm Koonce, Mrs. Harold Ray, Mrs. Victor Wilson and Rex. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Haddick and daughter, Janice, of Little Rock were the guests of Mrs. Haddick's mother. Mrs. Wyatt Henley, over the week end. Boyce Freeman Moore has returned from Asheville, N. C., where he attended the Apollo Boys Choir camp. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis and the Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Richardson were in Hoxie yesterday where they were dinner guests of the Rev. H. L. Miss Ruthie Cooper Miss Cooper, Mr Baughman Trinity Baptist Circles Meet The Jewel Abernathy Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Bill Crocker yesterday afternoon. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Prank Sawyers. Mrs. Arah Speck presided over the business session and the lesson was taught by Mrs. Bill Cook. Sentence prayer dismissed the group. Members of the Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs. A. L. Richardson with 11 members and one new- member, Mrs. A. D. Priest, present. Mrs. John Buchanan opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Harvey Parrish presided over the business session. Mrs. Bert Ross taught the mission study. Sentence prayer dismissed the group. At the conclusion of each meeting the hostess served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kelley today announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Ruthie Cooper, to Haskel Baughman, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baughman. Miss Cooper attended BlytheviUe High School where she was a member of the Glee Club. She is now employed as a beautician in Osceola. Mr. Baughman is employed by a construction company.. The wedding will be solemnized in September. Katie HattonYWA Conducts Meeting Members of Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met at the church last night for their 'regular meeting. The meeting was opened with prayer by Miss Marion Mayes and a business session was held. • The devotional was given by Miss Mickey Allen who was in charge of the program. Those on program were Misses Cliffie Overman, Marilyn Dougherty and Millie Ann Mallory. The group was dismissed with prayer by Miss Allen. Lake Street WSCS The Lake Street Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church last night with 15 members and two visitors, Mrs. Chester Jenkins and Mrs. Gladys Jenkins, present. Mrs. O. J. Rodgers was in charge of the program and those taking parts on the program were Mrs. George Shanks, Mrs. C. M. Baxter, Mrs. Don.Lutz, Mrs. Joe Strickland, Mrs. Joe Thomas and Mrs. Paul Lipford. Mrs. T. L. Woods dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Gertrude Holiman and Mrs. Jackie Elkins at the conclusion of the meeting. Robinson and his mother, Mrs. Mary Robinson. In Monette, they were the guests of the Rev. and Mrs Joe Van Cleve and children. They were in Sedwick last night where the Rev. Richardson is conducting a two weeks revival. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mills and son. Ray, of St. Louis are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Cherry this week. Mrs. Robert Weidman and sons, Jimmie and Steve, spent the week end in Chaffee, Mo., visiting relatives. Guests of Mi\ and Mrs. Russell C. Fan- are Mrs. Freda Heim and Miss Anna Marder of Cairo, 111., and Mrs. Larry Lindell of Memphis. Miss Eunice Adams, of Asheville, N. C., is spending several days here visiting Mrs. D. C. McLean. Mrs. James Ross and children of Memphis are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard. Mrs. Floyd, Haralson. who underwent minor surgery at Methodist Hospital in Memphis last Wednesday, returned home yesterday. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Club Eight meets with Mrs. G. O. Poetz. THURSDAY* Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. O. O. Elkins entertained memberr of Chillion Club. Mrs. J. H. Smart entertains the Kibitzer Club. ..Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertains members of the La Neuve Bridge Club at 1:30 p. m. FRIDAY Miss Irene Johnson being entertained with a Tea-Shower at home of Mrs. W. O. Reeves, Sr. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1 p. m. Marriage Licenses O The following couples have obtained marriage licenses in the office of the County Clerk: John W. Shouse, Jr.. of BlytheviUe and Miss Margaret Brownlee of Joiner. Stewart Lynwood Herron and Miss Dorothy Jean Van Hook, both of BlytheviUe. "GAY TWENTIES" — In the above picture (left to right) Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. John Caudill are modeling fashions of the "Twenties." These fashions were the theme of the Junior Auxiliary Fashion Show in 1952. "Twenties 77 Styles to Return In Fall Fashions This Year By MILLIE ANN MALLORY (Courier News Society Editor) Jazz bands and moving picture shows have been reviving songs and stories of the "Gay Twenties," and now Christian Dior comes out with fall fashions that revive the clothes of that era. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. . Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUBS., WED., & THURS. Double Feature -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blythevilie Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat, Sun. 1:00 THEATRE OSCEOLA WIN FRIENDLY THEATRE Relax in Air Conditioned Comfort In looking at fall clothes and window shopping, you see some odd creations. Shoes are so pointed and have ;uch small heels that a person wit. large feet will look like they have on shoeboxes. Hats are out of this world, some dating back to the first autmo- oiles and others looking like the bird cage in the zoo. Manufacturers of reducing products may ge rich this fall because every woman in the United States will be on a diet so they will be able to wear these creations. The husbands, however, will be the ones to suffer, both in food and money. Of course, by the time the women get the tonnage off in the right places another fashion will be out and here we go again. Jewelry also is changing this fall and going back to the long- ropes and dangling ear screws. The working girls will look smart with their ropes of jewelry lying upon their desk as they bend over them slaving away. Opinions Vary Short bobbed hair cuts are going to be in style, and they say a woman's hair is supposed to be her pride and glory. Women have been wearing knee length hose this summer and, with the new shoj „ dresses, I wonder if they'will paint their knees with rouge like they did in the "Twenties"? BlytheviUe w omen's opinions vary on the subject of the fall clothes. The younger girls who have never had to wear them think they are fascinating- and women who have worn them say they had prettier clothes then than they 1 • ever had. Of course, they weren't married then and could afford them. On- girl said she could get her mother's trunk out and she would have a fall wardrobe. Another said she was so short that with those loose dresses she would look like a barrel. Some say they are about the "tackiest things" they have ever seen and others say, "Who in the world has the money to change their wardrobe every time the moon changes?' 1 Someone said they certainly don't look like much on a rack. In the over all picture the men seem to be more u. -et than the women. If the clothes are changing, I wonder if the bunnyhop will go out of style and the "Charleston" return? The merchants seem to think that most of the American styles will be altered to a certain extent and be more civilized looking, with tlr basic color being anthracite, a dark grey. Luncheon Given For Armorei Youths Mrs. J. E. Cooper entertained•members of the Young People's Department of the Armorei Baptist Church Monday with a luncheon. The afternoon was spent informally and later play practice was held. On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen •A*W*M***WWW«M.MkM a * 4» 4 • M •> 1 AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT iMMMMr^AAMlAMIHMMMIMMMMMMMIMtt TUBS., & WED. 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Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., was in charge of die meeting. Group I singing, directed by Jimmy Quick,! opened the meeting followed with! prayer by Mrs. Dan Roberts. 1 The devotional was given by thej Rev. Harold Thompson, Sr., and; Mrs. Horace Halford taught the 1 mission study. | Mrs. Paul Lawrence dismissed the j group with prayer. Presbyterian Circle Meets Members of Circle Five of th» Presbyterian Church met at the home of Mrs. Spencer Alexander last night. Hostesses were Mrs, J. E. Carter and Mrs. Ernest Simmons. Mrs. Carter opened the meeting with prayer and the Bible study was" taught by Mrs. Fred Sandefur. Mrs. Bob Turner was In cnarge of the program. The group was dismissed with prayer and the hostesses served refreshments. Mrs. Parris Honored With Birthday Party Mrs. Jeannine Parris was honored ! on her birthday last night when \ her parents^ Mr. and Mrs. C. 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