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PAOBFOUK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, ItH — Society News — - »__ u.l| n .» a/wialv FHifnr ' • Pho Mt» MlWe Ann Malktry, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Date for Founders Day Is Told At Meeting of Sudbury PTA Feb 17 has been set as the date for Founders Day for Parent-Teacher Associations, Sudbury PTA was told at its monthly meeting last night. This announcement was made by Mrs. Harold Sudbury who presided over the meeting. She also appointed a nominating committee composed of Mrs. Howard Besharse chairman, .Mrs, D. C. McLean and Mrs. Dick Watson. Mrs. Eddie Saliba was appointed to represent the organization In the selection of Woman of the Year Following this each member was given a copy of the by- The meeting was opened with group singing under the direction of Mrs. Besharse with Mrs. Saliba serving as pianist. Mrs. Gunter Murff gave the devotional and Mrs. Fred Sandefur introduced the guest speaker for the evening, Mrs. Julia Haralson. "Is It Well with the Child In the Community," was the topic of Mrs. Haralson's address. Boom count winners were Miss, Masterpoint Game Conducted By BridgeLeague A five-table Howell masterpoint game was played last night by the Country Club Bridge•"League with Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Russell PhUlips taking top honors. Mr§. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. T. X. Black catpured She second position with third honors going ' to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Trank Grigsby. Fifth Place was won by Mrs. Arnold Miller and Mr«. Georgia Boiler. New Look For Girls Beatrice Hargetfs first grade and Mrs. E. F. Fry's fifth grade. Third grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour. Guests Present When Bridge Clubs Plav at each of the Tuesday bridge clubs. Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, Mrs. W. W. Workman and Mrs. Hussell-Sirnp- sdn were guests when Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe entertained GIB Bridge Club with a desert-bridge at her home. Bridge winners were Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, high, Mrs. Elwood Deen, second high, and Mrs. Simpson, bridgo. The new home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Teaford in Osceola was the meeting place for Tri-Town Club yesterday. She entertained club members and two guests, Mrs. Bob Warren and Mrs. Chris Tompkins, Jr. of Osceola, with a luncheon. Potted plants and fruit arrangements were used for decorations with tallies and placecards being in the spring motif. Mrs. Russell H. Parr and Mrs. Fred Kelly won high scores in the bridge games played during the afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Crigger, Jr., entertained Tuesday Bridge Club with a luncheon at her home yesterday. Joining Club members for the luncheon and afternoon of bridge games were Mrs. R. J. McKinnon, Mrs. V. B. Osborne and Mrs. C. E. Crigger, m. A floral arrangement of primroses was used on the luncheon table High score winners in the games were Mrs. Crigger, .m, and Mrs. Jess* Taylor. Those here from out-of-town to attend funeral services of Avery Blanchard were Mrs. Peter Jerome and Mrs. Lee Puckett of Saginaw, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blanchard of Philadelphia, Penn. Mr. and Mrs. Wimma G. Gibbons and children, who have been making their home at 1508 Holly, will leave tomorrow for Eugene, Ore., to mnke their future home. Upon their departure Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, who have been making their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black, after moving here from. Drew, Miss., will reside nt 1508 Holly. ondition of 0. C. Smith, who is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Mem- rppnrtpri *r* hp imprnvpH. He is in Room 531. Mrs. Smith is will him. His daughter, 'Mrs. S. E. Tune, and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens were in Memphis yesterday to visit him. Rosezema Childress, student at Freed Hardeman College, has re turned to school after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -James Chil ders. M. T. Moon underwent surgery yesterday at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. His daughter, Mrs. J. Cecil lowe, and Mr. Lowe are in Memphis with him. B. J. Merideth, m, of Caruthersville is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Kern per Bruton, and family. Chester and Dan Caldwell and Harry Carter Parr were in Memphis last night to attend the Memphis State-Western Kentucky basketball game. Mrs. L. C. B. Young, of Osceola spent' yesterday here visiting her sister, Mrs. E. P. Still. Two Extremes In Spring Evening Attire By DOROTHY ROE AP Women's Editor NEW YORK W—Ladles will look idyllke this spring, whether in lim daytime sheath dresses that it them like the paper on the all, or in floating clouds of chiffon fter dark. There are two extremes in the ew fashions for spring, as shown lis week to some 200 visiting ashlon editors representing news- apers throughout the country. One the straight, narrow, understated olumn silhouette. The other is the .rictly feminine, often full-skirted, Iways flattering cocktail or eve- ing gown. Roxane, designing for Samuel 'inston, revives a gentle and nos- alglc fashion in her pleated chif- on short formal dresses. An out- tanding example is a dress of ossamer-thin black silk chiffon, s full skirt using yards and ards of tiny pleats, its bodice moothly fitted with neckline «eeped-to the -bftek; - with a waist- At the Hospitals Bljtherille Hoepital Dismissed: Richard Allen Bailey, city Mrs. Alice Towles, Manila Chlckasawta Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Comer Pranks, city Mrs. Andrew Houston, Liixora Mark Barrett, city Mrs. Thelma Lane, city Mrs. Jeff Beale, city Mrs. Lawrence Katz and baby, city Earnest Simmons, city Mrs. Janie Hobson, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Lily O. Downing, city TT/~ '8338 r [' 4-M yr>. By Sue Burnett In the popular long-walsted dress that has an exciting grown-up air. Heirt-shaped pockets, tiny sleeves and a big collar are sure to please. Pattern No. 8338 is in sizes 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 years. Size 6, 2% yards of 35-inch; ! / 4 yard for collar. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NDM- BER to Sue Burnett. Blytheville Courier News, 372' 'W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION, spring and summer '56 is a complete sewing guide-for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Don't wait — send 25 cents now for your copy. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35e At AH Times WED * THUHS. BA FB Officers Wives Club Has Meeting The monthly luncheon and busl ness meeting of the Blytheville Air Force Bace Officers Wives Club took place yesterday at Rustic Inn. Following the luncheon, a draw ing of New Year's resolutions was held to determine the after noon's ' door ' prize winner. The winner was Mrs. Rita Nuhn. Mrs. B. A. Bugg was a gues of the group and presented a lee ture and demonstration on flower arranging. During the business meetini which followed, Mrs. Irene Rhodes was elected second vice-presidenl and Mrs. Harriet Mattingly ac cepted the position of welfan chairman. It was asked that suggestion for a year-long project for th club be brought to the Februa: luncheon. ength cape of the same pleated hiffcn tied at the neck with nar- ow silk shoestrings. There is omething defintely alluring and tterly feminine about black chif- on, a fact that some designers lave overlooked for the past few asons. Roxane rediscovers it ,nd uses her discovery with telling iffect. Karen Stark, designing for Harvey Berin, also shows a beautiful and feminine collection accenting lim lines for daytime, full skirts or party wear, and her signature ouches such as lace appliques ant nserte, delicate embroidery and ubtle dressmaker touches. Editors got a capsule picture of unior styles for spring in a com lined showing of youthful styles Mr. Mort, Junior Sophisticates and Reich-Ooldfarb, all of which ollow the main lines of the adul mode in slini lines for daytime rou-frou for evening and distinc ion in beauty and variety of fab rics. It takes four tons of coal tc make one ton of acetylene. Cinemascope at Its Best Mr. and Mrs. Buck VanCleve With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Boxy Program Announcements •Wed. •Thurs. •Fri. Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Mister Roberts" THE SIX-YEAR STAOE SMASH ,ON THE SCREEN! —, .- nirar .AMES JWUMM JACK M ••• to to nONMHNCIN ill JOSHUA LOOM KODUQBIY MI, MM ww> - HEWN UIWY LELAND HAYWASD Mr. and Mm. Richard C. Blake Jr. PLUS SILICTID SHORTS Exercises Can Work Along With Diet By AUCIA HART NEA Beauty Editor A reader write* that she h« been on a prescribed diet »nd hi* improved her shape considerably. But, he adds, the shape of her legs has not been affected and they still eem to be plump. This is a grown woman who is not eager to strain herself, but does want some exercises for the legs. lere they are, for her and others with the same problem: 1. This one is for the calves. Take t easy and don't hurry, because it's work. Do only a few the first day, iut keep working up. Stand erect with hands on hips. On the first WASHABLE SEPARATES — These separates, in ,a mixture of lightweight dacron-type worsted and wool, are washable. Fabric is lightweight and has good shape retention. We show skirt and shirt in a blue-on-gold combination. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. William Lambert.. Wednesday Night Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Elbert Johnson. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. H. Q Partlow. Yarbro PTA meeting at 8 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Randal Hawks, 7:30 p.m. Chapter D PEG meeting at home of Mrs. E. B. G«e for 1 p.m. luncheon, i '••-'.. THURSDAY i ^ Lottie Moon YWA meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Altrusa Club meeting. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner entertaining Thursday Club at the Country Club. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. ' Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Rodney Banister. ,. Chillion Club meeting withvMrs. Sally. Freeman. . LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Burdete PTA meeting at 7:30 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting, 7 pjn. Eliott Fletcher Chapter of UDC having luncheon at Mrs. N. J. Humphreys, 115 W. Ash, 12:30 p.m. They will then go to home of Mrs. Loy Welch for program. Kings Daughters .Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Elmer Stone, 104 East Moultrie Drive, 7:30 p.m. p. m. FRIDAY Woman's Club meeting at clubhouse for covered-dish luncheon, 1 p.m. SATURDAY Miss Jimmie Lee Moore being complimented with drop-in at home of Mrs. H. C. Blankenship between 3 and 5 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Blankenship, Miss Monya Blankenship and Mrs. John Tyrone. BIBLICAL "GIRL" Several women are mentioned in the Bible who probably were quite young, but the word "girl" occurs only once in the Bible—in the third chapter of Joe, where a girl is sold lor wine. PLAYS A BEAUTY - Using descriptions supplied by Homer in "The Iliad," Warner Brothers has selected Rossana Podesta to portray "the most beautiful woman in the world." The Italian actress will star in "Helen of Troy." She is currently doubling with Alan Ladd In "Santiago." Coit/y' Wim/owi DETROIT W) — Detroit's nei city-county building, called . b; some a "glass shell," has 3,50 windows which get washed ever two months. Each washing cost* $1,048. count, bend UM right knH:whilij extending the left leg itnlght Out In front of you. It ihould be Ju« barely oH th* floor, but straight. Oo back to the orlglnil petition and then do It In reverie. ThU on* riuy also keep your knee Joint* well enough oiled so they wont snap, U you do It regularly. 2. This U (or everything from hip to »nUe. H you dont .car* for «- ertion, do this one in preference to the first. Stand with right hand on the right hip and the left hand straight out Iiom the shoulder, retting on the wall. Swing the right leg forward as high u possible, then to the back as Jar as poMible. ThJ count is one—forward, two-back. K you keep your toe point«d downward us you swing, it does a wonderful Job Work up on this one, too. up to SO swings per leg, If you feel able. Read Courier News Classlii»d Ad* An important little dress of silk-like imported cotton All Winter Clothes at a Discount- COATS i OFF STEELE, MO. 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