PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 195B FASHION SHOW MODELS — when BIytheville Junior Auxiliary • presents Alice in Fashiorilflnd Tuesday nighl, Sept. 13, the spotlight Will focus on fashions from Whltsitfs Shop, Mead Clothing Company, The Tot Stop and Whitsitt's LaBelle. In photo at left, Mrs. Jack'Hale poses in a Carmel costume suit of periwinkle tweed. Harold Thompson has chosen a dark suit for that after-five date from Mead Clothing Company. Mrs. Louis Cherry models a top coat and sheath dress in that popular winter cotton and Ronnie Fay Etchieson (far right) dresses for Sunday School in a plaid taffetized cotton. (Courier News Photo) Junior Auxiliary Fashion Show Models Are Announced Today Names of models who will appear in Alice in Fashion- land were announced today by Mrs. Harry A. Haines, chairman of the production. , , - f Forty models will show Jail styles while Alice and Mr. Rabbit prance through FnshitmLand at the High School Auditorium. Little lassies chosen by The Tot Shop t-o show miniature models of latest trends are Joanne Gean, Johnnie ' Fay Bunch, Donna Lynn Mister. Mary Lee Richardson, Jean Terry and Berry Bishop. The younger set will also be represented when Whitsitt's LaBelle presents Linda Kay Berry, Dixie Regenold. Lucy Taylor, Bill Hubbard and Becky Utley. Dressed in matching outfits will be the sisters, Ronnie Fay and Glenda Lou Etchieson. Mead Clothing Company is participating in the fashion show for the first time. They have chosen Robert Huff, William Rader, James Lee Brooks, Tommy Westbrook, Harold Thompson, Paul Mahon and William Highfill to interest the men in the audience in new- styles. t> , Models for Miss Whitsitt's Shop j are Mrs. I. R. Colemtin, Mrs. J. H. I Smart, Lue and Sue Owens, Arden ! Cuadra, Sally McCutchen. Mrs. Ben j Harpole. Mrs. Ed, Stanford. Mrs. j Johnny White and Mrs. J. C. Guard. Mrs. W. H. Stnncil. Mrs. Charles Lancslon. Mrs. E. L. Taylor, Mrs. E. B. Thomas, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. Jack. Hale, Mrs. Lloyd Stick- mon and Mrs. Fred Kelley. , , Tickets for Alice in Fashionland may he purchased at the door, from any auxiliary member, or at any of the participating stores. Proceeds from the show will help finance the projects of the Junior Auxiliary devoted to child welfare. " I)icks!c Kcssman Miss Kessman Teacher For Kindergarten A dinner-reception followed the induction service at First Lutheran Church here Sunday for their new kindergarten teacher, Miss Dicksie Chairmen Announced by Burdette PTA Executive Committee of the Burdette Parent - Teacher Association met at the school yesterday with ten members present. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Everett Enbanks. L. H. Autry, Sr., superintendent of the school met with the committee and gave suggestions in planning the programs for the year. i The group accepted as a project for the year purchase of water coolers in the school. They also made plans for a concession stand at football Barnes. Committee chairmen announced were: Mrs. Tom Califs, program; Mrs. Paul Long, membership; Mrs. Conway Duncan, spiritual; Mrs. Preston Goff, health; Mrs. H. B. Shearin, parent-education; Mrs. Clayton Holder, budget and finance; Mrs. Walter Lutes, magazine; Mrs- Jim Henry Burks, social; Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, music; Mrs. J. T. Stalcup, scrapbook; Mrs. Charles Pra- zier, historian; Mrs. C. O. McHaffey, publicity; Mrs. L. H. Autry. Sr., library; Mrs. J. J. Morgan, Founders Day. and W. B. Hobson, juve- Presbyterian Executive Board Meets "And He Went Out Bearing His Own Cross." was the devotional given by Mrs. George Yates at the executive board meeting of Women of the Presbyterian Church yesterday. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson presided over the meeting at ihe church at which time committee chairmen gave reports and it was announced that the migrant center will be opened Sept. 15. Plans were made for the annual congregational dinner to be held Sept. 28. Repeating of the Mizpah dismissed the group. niie protection and safety. Ir. was announced that the fiist meeting will be held Sept. 15, at 2:30 p.m. with an executive board meeting at 2 p.m. The protrrom will be a panel discussion by officers and committee chairmen.' Special recognition to new members will also be given at this .meeting. Hostesses for the Sept. 15 meeting will be Mrs. Shearin, Mrs. Lutes, Mrs. Ciexton Eubanks, Mrs. R. D. Nash and Mrs. J. E. Gunter. B raduated » «„„..„ „ „. jCoivary Circles p; wft ™^.i 01 ?™ mC H U ™-|Have Meeting 'In Corkran Home Kessman Miss Kessman. this year in Wir, el. 1)1. As of yesterday afternoon the new kindergarten teacher had 16 students in her class. Members of the Lutheran Ladies Guild with Mrs. Charles Wildy as chairman served the dinner Sun- While he^e Miss Kessman will i B - Johnese giving the Bible study ... . . . i and Mrs. Larry Byruin conducting make her home al the home of j th& bll£ine5S session. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Collins at 511 t ctosins prayer was led by Mrs. Chickasawba. ' W. F. O'Neal. Circles One and Two of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Buddy Corkran yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Claude Rowland opened the meeting with prayer with Mrs. L. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature i-G-NTs adventure-hit In COLOfi .and CINEMASCOPE! ,, | STEWART GRANGER-'., GRACE KEU.Y 2. inr. FONTAINE- wn LUND «™ FREEMAN-to HANSON \ Darling, / A F«r*m«wiri Fictvr* ALSO CARTOON Coming to Starvue Sept. 11 - 12—TALI, MAN RIDING With Randolph Scott & Dorothy Malone Gef This Brand New NATIONALLY KNOWN WURLITZER Bench Included FULL KEYBOARD More People Buy Wurlitzer Pianos Tttan Those of Any Other Name NO flOWX PAYMENT If You Have An Old Piano to Trade Place your order now! This is one of the most outstanding piano values ever offered. We have a large Selection of Good Used Pianos . . $75 up Phono, Wire or Write Today IMMEDIATE DELIVERY TO YOUR HOME 121 Union Pkon« 8-0371 MEMPHIS, TENN. VOUR MUSIC HEADQUARTERS Hamburger Supper Honors College Entrants A hamburger supper honoring Miss Evelyn Bowen v,-ho will attend. David Lipscomb College in Nashville, Tenn., and Misses Deanna Crews and La Neal Sudbury Who will attend Abilene Christian College in Abilene, Tex., was given last night. The affair was given at the home of Mrs. H. H. Mathls with Mrs Mathis, Mrs. Howard Smith and Mrs. IT. W. MuLlins as hostesses.* The buffet supper was served from the dining table. A Maderia cloth was used to overlay the table with BHS pennants, the girls' alma mater, colorful fall leaves and Ivy forming the centerpiece. Scattered the length of the table were smaller pennants with each guest's name inscribed on them. Individual tables were centered with budvases holding yellow and red I'osebuds. Miss Patti Deen Wright won a prize for saying the secret word. Cuff links were presented to the honorees by their hostesses. Bits of News Miss Barbara Monaghan left Sunday lor sikesion where she has accepted the position as first grade teacher in the Sikeston School System. Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Goodman, Jr., had as weekend guests Mrs. Ooodman's son, James D. Coleman, of. Pine Bluff. Mrs. Robert Killian and Mrs. JE. Stevenson, Jr., returned yesterday from Fayettevilta where they motored Mrs.' Killian's daughter Bobbye June. Miss Killian will enter as a junior at the University. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Alex Hill who had been visiting her daughter. Mrs. R. S. Rushing, in FayetteviUe. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Elliott, Jr., spent the weekend in Memphis visiting relatives and attending a dance at the NCO Club. Edward Korosic of Chicago arrived this morning to be the houseguest of Miss Eloise Richardson and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richardson, for one week. Carolyn Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson, left Sunday for Blue Mountain, Miss., where she will begin her second year ol study at Blue Mountain College. She was motored there by her brother, Burl Wilson, and Mrs. Wilson of Campbell, Mo. A Cooley family reunion was held in Overtoil Park in Memphis Sunday. Those from BIytheville attending were Mr. and Mrs. Buford COO- ley. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Davidson and daughter Rosemary, Ruth West and Edith Permenter. R:ad Courier News Classified Ads. Mrs. Kellum Guest Of Baptist WMU Mrs. Gail Kellum was a guest yesterday when 60 members of Women's Missionary Union of First .Baptist Church met at the church. Mrs. Kendall Berry presided over the meeting with Mrs. C. L. Evans leading in prayer following group singing and repeating of the watchword. Circle Five with Mrs. W. Marion Williams as leader was in charge of the program. Mrs. Clarence Johnson gave the devotional and those taking part on the program were Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mrs. William Berryman, Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr., and j Mrs. Max Logan. A solo was presented by Miss Martha Ann Foster and closing prayer was given by Mrs. James Fisher. New Circle chairmen for the coming year were named. They are Mrs; E. B. Woodson, Circle One: Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., 1 Circle Two; Mrs. Philip Deer, Cir- Mrs. Bill Walker Bill Walker, Miss Garner Exchange Vows Anna Bell Garner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bell Garner, and Bill Dalton Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Walker, were married Sunday morning in Her- nandp, Miss. Mayor J. B. Bell officiated at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lott of Osceola were the couple's attendants. Mrs. Walker Is a gradual* of BIytheville High School and is now employed by Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Walker graduated from BIy- theville High School. He recently completed a four-year tour of duty with the Air Force and is now employed by Singer Sewing Machine Company in BIytheville. The couple will make their home at 615 Park Street. Mrs. Bush Speaks to Wesleyan Guild Weslcyan Service Guild met In Fellowship Hall of First Methodist Church last night. Seventeen members and three visitors. Mrs. Fred Steadman, Mrs. Raymond Bomar and Mrs. Charles McDaniel, were present. Mrs. H. C. Bush was guest speaker and chose as her topic, "The Women of the Church." Mrs. Ir» Gray gave the devotional and Mrs. C. A. Vinson explained the history of the guild. The president. Mrs. George Wipes, conducted the business meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Elmer Ambrose, Mrs. Harrel! Davis and Mrs. Gray. Buttermilk is an excellent cooking ingredient as well as. a good drink. It gives exlra lightness to cakes, pancakes and other baked goods. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times At The Hospitals BIytheville oHspital Dismissed: Brenda Campbell, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Glenn Teague, city Joe Morton, Steele Mrs. Henry McCain and baby, city Mrs. Rose Lone, city Richard Lee, city Mrs. Dewey Kinley. Holland Mrs. Louis Greene, city Diane Guthrie, city James L. Smith, city Russell Farr, city Mrs. Lawrence'FulKham. city Mrs. Marvin Whitehead and ba- i by, Steele L OUs Wardlow, city ! cle Three; Mrs. W. P. McCormick, Circle Four; Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Circle Five; Mi'.= . Forrest Moore, Circle Six and Mrs. Williams, Circle Seven. Circles Four and Six tt'ere hosts for the social hour. TUBS;, WED. & THURS. Double Feature I! 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