The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1955 · Page 2
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gAQETWQ BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1955 - Society News - ~ A«« Millni-v Snoinrv EMttnr * PhOf Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. P. D. Foster Complimented With Several Going- Away Parties Mrs. P. D. Foster, who will leave Monday for a four-! month social hostess course in Washington, D. C., has been honored with several parties this week. Arthur Vance entertained i centerpiece for the table. Included the seven guests was Mrs. Viola Mrs. . with a dessert-bridge Tuesday aft Bridge winners were Mrs. Edgar of Mrs. Cakhvell. Borum, first, and Mrs. Marvin Robinson, second. Mrs. Vance presented Mrs. Foster with a gift. Wednesday, Mrs. T. W. Whitner , entertained with a luncheon at her j LJ. home. . -" l On Thursday. Mrs. Samuel F. Norns entertained the Thursday Contract Club, of which Mrs. Foster is a member, with a luncheon at her home. Christie of Jackson, Term., mother Booker With Layette Sbomr Mrs. Charles Booker was hon- and blue scheme was used i ored with a surprise layette shower nth ,pink and blue summer flow- 1 Thursday when Miss Sara Child ers being used for floral decora tions. The same theme was used in the luncheon. Mrs. Foster was presented a pink Mrs. Frank Wagner, Sr., were hostesses at the Wagner home. For decorations, bouquets of fall flowers were used and a large aster corsage and gift by her hostess. " ! stork overlooked the table where E. A. Moffitl, 93, of Luxora fel and broke his hip at his home yesterday. The father of Miss Margaret Moffitt, he is in Campbell's Clinic, Memphis. Miss Eloise Richardson left lasi night for Austin, Tex., to be the guest of Miss Jeannie Herwick. On Monday the two girls will leave for Refugio, Tex.» to be the guests of Miss Marilyn Fagan for a week of parties to be climaxed with the marriage of Miss Pagan to Phillip Gentry on Sept. 17. Following the wedding a group of girls, all students at the University of Texas last year, will vacation in Texas and Mexico. Miss Richardson is expected to return home Oct. 1. Mrs. P. D. Poster will leave by plane Monday for Washington, D. C., where she will take a four- month course in social hostess work. gifts were placed. Her daughter, Mrs. Fred steadman. In bridee games plaved, Mrs. Fos- j \ P ink carnation corsage tied , and children Freddy Lee and Eliz- ter won high and Mrs- O. W. Me- J wirh blue saun streamers was pre- abeth also will leave Monday by Cutchen. second high. Mrs. William H. Caldwell, hos-1 | sented to Mrs. Booker by her hostesses. Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr., and teas at the Country Club, enter- Ml -- s ' Ann Seay were Dinners in tained with a luncheon yesterday, j Mixed fall flowers formed thej games played. Refreshments of. pink ' punch, white cakes iced in blue, nuts and ] mints were served. Mint cups were ' made of miniature blue and yellow diapers. Mrs. Kerbough Entertains With Luncheon .Two Blytheville visitors. Miss Barbara Ann Smith of Milwaukee. Wise., and Mrs. Paul Kouri of ™? called meeting at Razorback, Gleenwood, Calif., were honored j 8 P- m ' Coming Events MONDAY American Legion Auxiliary hav- wiih a luncheon yesterday at the home of Mrs. Don Kerbough. Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. Jack Saliba and Mrs. Russell Simpson of Oiceoia and. Mrs. Pat] Burks of Albuquerque, N. M. j home of Mrs. E. J. Cure, 916 HoJ- The buffet luncheon was served i ' v a ^ 7:30 p.m. from the dining table Following j Circles of Presbyterian Church luncheon the remainder of the " •«""**""• ternoon was spent informally. Band Parents Club to Meet Monday Night Band Parents Club of Blytheville High School \vill hold its first meet- j ing of the year at the hifh school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Monday night. All members are urged to attend. Sew It Two Ways meeting. Circle One meeting with Mrs. Louis Nash.' 2:30 p.m. Circle Two meeting with Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, 109 S. 13th, 2:30 p.m. Circle Three meeting with Mrs. T. J. Mahan and Mrs. W. B. Tanner. 2 p.m. Circle Four meeting with Mrs. J. 7 W. Fields. 2 p.m. Circle Five meeting with Mrs. Fred Sandefur. 8 p.m, Circle Six meeting with Mrs. Curtiss Anderson, 8 p.m. Circle Seven meeting with Mrs- Floyd Haralson, 8 p.m. Friendship Class of First Baptist Church meeting in church dining room, 7 p.m. Trinity Baptist Circles meet: plane for London to join their husband and father, Capt. Steadman, who is stationed there with the Ail- Force. Mrs. Vance Alexander, Jr., and [ SWISH UP CLOUD — Wonderful way to swish up a fragrance is to wear it on your legs, feet and hemline. This young lady's using one that's halfway between a perfume and cologne. Swish Up a Fragrant Cloud By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Hpw nice to smell nice! Swishing up a delicious fra- children Michael,. Vance and Brook) g rance on entering a room can be ""~ *"" 'even more becoming at times than | of Germantown were .guests yesterday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. They came especially for a visit with her brother, Lt. Russell Phillips, and Mrs. Phil-' lips, who are visiting here. Lt. and Mrs. Phillips will leave smelling sweet to those who are j linery duties, is president of a well-known perfume concern. Miss Dache suggests doing it the following way: just before going out, spray legs, feet and hemline with a fragrance from a push-button botUe. She points out that this near vo. It adds a real aura of I locale for perfume is often neglect- glamor to gals who like to make a ed, yet these are the parts that *. D I mni-ci ahnur ctii-rmrr nn thf» oir '• move about, stirring up the I and spreading the fragrance about. The idea of swishing it up while \ In adduion to charming those dramatic entrance. ov?t£wS^toTuiilouSi™ lkln « Was disCOVered by Lilly about one this trick of traveling in Love Group of First Christian Misses McGuire and Hemby will be Church meeting with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, 8 p.m. . Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at home at Santa Anna, Calif. , | Dache, who, in addition to her mil Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuire have returned from Fayetteville where they motored their daughter, Jo Alice and Laura Alice Hemby. juniors at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thomas left today for Atlanta, Ga., where he will enroll as a junior in Georgia Tech. , Marvin Lane, who has spent the week here on a furlough from Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis, was returned to the hospital last night by his wife. Miss 'Reen Norrjs of Memphis will arrive today to be the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Samuel F. Norris. Mrs. Viola Christie of Jackson. Tenn., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. William H. Caldwell. Mrs. Dortch Campbell of Ciarks- dale, Miss., and Mrs. Hayden Campbell of Jackson, Miss., were overnight guests of Mrs. Dortch Campbell's' daughter, Mrs. 1. R- Coleman, and family. Mrs. F. E. Black will serve as chairman of hostesses Mrs. C: W. Fashion Show To Be Publicized Over Radio Alice in Fashionland again will be publicized Monday when several members of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary broadcast over KLCN AM and FM." This will be a five-minute program from 3 p.m. to 3:05 p.m. Afflick, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. James C. Guard, Mrs. W. J. Pol- All day circles meet at the church at, 2 p.m. Hose Marlowe Circle meets with j lard, Mrs. H. C. Sims, Mrs. Kemp- j Mrs. Melba Christie. 7:30 p.m. | er Bruton and Mrs. John Caudill. j Mildred Matthew Circle meeting I The theme for the 1 p.m. luncheon 'with Mrs. Ernest Walker, 7:30 j will be "The Last Rose of Sum- p.m. 1 mer." Bridee and canasta will be First Christian Church Groups j played during the afternoon. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Sarah Frances Lorrpn. Luxora Mrs. Mamie Hancock, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Katherine Gotham. Luxora Mrs. Noel Richardson, city Tom Xenos. city Mrs. Irene Barnes, city I cloud of scent adds to one the feeling of being surrounded by a very personal air of delight. Anyone who knows the dressed-up feeling of wearing brand-fcew lingerie, even though no one sees it, will know this feeling of self-assurance from moving in a cloud. The fragrance Miss Dache suggests is one of her own, one that's halfway between a perfume and a cologne, combining economy and staying power. All four scents come in plastic bottles with pressurized valves at the top. Woman's Club Has First Fall Meeting at Clubhouse Here Bronze chrysanthemums and gladioli carried out the fall theme yesterday when Woman's Club held its first fall meeting at the clubhouse yesterday. These flowers were used as centerpieces on the U-shaped table from which the 1 p.m. potluck luncheon was served. Sixty-five members and several guests from the Corps of Engineers Woman's Club were present. Mrs. Joe Goodman was awarded the door prize. Mrs. O. E. Knudsen, in the absence of the president, Mrs. Philip Deer, presided over the meeting. "WU1 You Remember," "Silver Moon," and "Wanting You," were selections presented by Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Owen. They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. C. Murray Smart. .Mrs. Jerry and Chaplain Don Maxfield concluded the afternoon's program with a discussion on "Mu- Young People Of Boynton Church Meet Young People of Boynton Baptist' Church were entertained with a social at the church last night. Mrs. Elzie Wicker and Mrs. Marilyn Baker were in charge of games during the evening. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Wilker, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Bryan Spence and Mrs. Eugene Ray. Mrs. Wilker dismissed the group. Wiener Roast Given for Beacon Class A weiner roast was given for the Senior Sunday School Class of Beacon Baptist Church at Walker Park last night. During the evening talks were given by.the Rev. J. J. Johnson and Bob Coleman. The Rev. Mr. John-son dismissed the group with prayer. Handbags look like lizard, alligator, ostrich or calf, but they're plastic for easy-on-;he-budget. They suds off. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk meet. Hope Group meets with Mrs. John Durham, 404 E. Ky.. 2 p.m. Faith Group meets with Mrs. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Emanon Club meets with Mrs. John Perkins, Jr. M. Beck. 2 p.m. Corps of Engineers Woman's TUESDAY elub has meeting at Hotel Noble. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting [ Mrs. John Petty and Mrs. W. D. with Mrs. H, B. Van Cleve, 7:30 ! Cobb are hostesses, p m . \ Jaycettes have meeting. SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature —AND— Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R. B. Stout. WEDNESDAY PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. John Prather. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Jackie Blackford. 7:30 p.m. Ladies Day at the Country Club. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. O. O. Eikins, Sr. FRIDAY Sunbeams o[ Trinity Baptist Church meet at chui-ch, 3:45 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets, j Cotillion Club meets at Hotel No- I ble, 9 p.m. 1 /2 price sale! limited time only 8290 11-20 I/ --MP RlT'T l/ r T j ] HP re's a vprs?.u]p Ptyle that is . | pf-r'ect for L4.c-r.pr.il wear fail- ' t,hro;}i-::-w":i!cr: or use 'he bare- arm version lor warmer weather. P.utprn Xo. 82&0 is in si/r-s II, i 12. 13. 14, 16. 18. 20. Size 12. with [ sleeves. 4 5 8 yarns of 35-mch: SB } yard contrast, j For tflis psUern. send 35c in • COINS, your name, address, si'/e j deMr.Pd. and the PATTERN NUM-1 BER to Sue Burnf-tt, BJytheviile j Courier News, 372 W. Quincy j Street. Chcago 6, 111, With your pattern order Include an additional 25 cent- 1 ; for your copy of our fascinating new fail A: winter '55 pattern book. 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