BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society News llnrv Sm"i*>tv Editor I MiM Millie Ann MaJlory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 REHEARSAL TIME — Mrs. Mac Williams, Jr., and Worth Holder are shown rehearsing the Bodgers and Hammerstein tune, "Some Enchanted' Evening," from "South Pacific," which they will sing in "Fantasy of Fashion," Organist for the show will be Miss Emily Damon. (Courier News Photo) Local Talent Will Be Starred In Auxiliary Fashion Show An original humorous skit executed in six scenes, plus songs and dances by local talent, will bring a variety of entertainment to "Fantasy of Fashion", according to Mrs. -Blan Heath, chairman. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., author of rangements will be by Allen's the .skit, will be narrator. The all-family fashion show will be presented by the "Blytheville Junior Auxiliary Tuesday at 8 p.m., at the high school auditorium. Proceeds will help finance Junior Auxiliary child welfare projects. The specialty numbers will include vocal solos by W. D. Cobb, m, a piano and vocal duo by Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb, a toe dance by Linda Rayder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rayder, a ballet duet by Cathy Hollingsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hollingsworth, and Mary Lee Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Richardson, Jr., and a vocal duet by Mrs. Mac Williams, Jr., and Worth Holder. Miss Emily Sue Damon will be organist. The organ will be furnished through the courtesy of Beard's Temple of Music in Paragould. The settings, musical numbers and fashions, will carry out the theme of "Young at Heart," "Oh, What A Beaatirul Morning," "There'll Be Some Changes Made," "Tea for Two," "Some Enchanted Evening," and Lohengrin's "Wedding March." Clothes modeled will be from R. D. Hughes Co., Miss Whitsitt's Shop and The Tot Shop. Floral ar- Flower Shop. Mrs. R. A. Porter and Mrs. Dale Briggs have arranged for the entertainment. Members of the decorating committee are Mrs. I. R. Coleman, chairman; Mrs. James Lee Brooks, co-chairman; Mrs. Jack Cuadra, Mrs. Robert McHaney, Mrs. B. F. Brogden, Mrs. W. S. Rader, Mrs. C. S. Stevens and Mrs. Kemper Bruton. In charge of writing descriptions of the fashions modelsd are Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Marion Cook Circle Meets The Marion Cook Circle Number Two met at the home of Mrs. Dickson last night. There were eight members present. Mrs. Howard Caldwell gave the devotional followed with a business session presided over by Mrs. F. L. Wicker. Mrs. Dickson was in charge of the mission study and Mrs. Wicker dismissed the group with prayer. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Baptist Group Entertained at Polsgrove Home The Intermediate One Department of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove for a social last night.. There were 26 members present. The evening was spent in playing games and informal entertainment. The hostess served refreshments at the conclusion of the games. Miss Rose Childress was a guest of the group. NN Bridge Club Entertained By Miss Smith Miss Barbara Smith entertained members of the NN Bridge Club at her home last night. Guests of the group were Mrs. Pat Burks and Mrs. Carolyn Berry. In the bridge games played during the evening, winners were Mrs. Burks, high; Miss Betty Ann Harber ,second high; and Miss Smitht bridge. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a dessert course. George Washington's only trip abroad was a journey to Barbados in 1751. Fall Glamour Formula... ras by FORMFIT JJon't let the bra that almost fits rob you of figure beauty! Fonnfit works with fractions to bring you your exact cup and bust size in every type of bra—bandeaux, longlme, strapless or padded. And until you've tried these fabulously fitting Life Bras, you've no idea how glamorous your bustline can be. For Life Bras are precision-designed to lift you to new loveliness ... to bring out the youthful, alluring contours yo« nerer guessed you po*se*»ed. Come, be fitted in your Life B» wardrobe today. Look lovelier this F*U! , Nm Uft "finance" 0ra shape-holding oaotn batiste witk Nyh-Brmd-*-for Jirmer knottier amttmn. Wonderfully lrf » J0C $t.M Christian Church Groups Conduct Meeting in Homes The circles of the First Christian Church conducted meetings in the homes of members this week. The Charity Group met with Mrs. George Clark with nine members pres'ent. Mrs. B. F. Brogdon opened the meeting with prayer and presided over the business session. Mrs. Ben Henderson gave the devotional and Mrs. John Burnett was in charge of the study course. The Faith Group met with Mrs. C. L. Moore. Mrs. Ben Harpole opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., presided over the business session. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. Harpole, Mrs. Russell Hays, Mrs. B. L. Dedman, Mrs. M. T. Moon, Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs. Chet Brown and Miss Neal Lucektt. Members or tne L,ove Group met at the church last night with Miss Louella Alley, hostess. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe presided over the business session and Miss Margaret Wright was in charge of the program. Those on program .were Mrs. Jerry Morgan, Mrs. Jack Hunt, Mr? Hosea McDaniel, Miss Alley, Mrs. Harry Bradley and .Danny Cobb. The devotional was given by Mrs. J. P. Garrott. At the conclusion of the program, party foods were served :rom a lace covered table centered with an arrangement of fall flowers. Guests of the group were Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Jewel 'ardwell. Bits of News erionni First Meeting Of Year Held by HigbSchoolPTA The High School Parent-Teachers Association met at the high school yesterday for their first meeting of the year with 100 members present. Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt presided over the business session when the officers, committee chairman and faculty members were introduced. In the room count, the prize was awarded to the senior class. Miss Emily Damon, soloist and Mrs. Wilson Henry, pianist, provided music for the meeting. Following the meeting, the executive board entertained the sophomore mothers and faculty members with a tea in the entrance hall of the school. Mrs. Eugene Still and Mrs. J. W. Adams were in charge of the tea. The table from which party foods and iced drinks were served was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink asters in a silver epergne. Pink tapers flanked this arrangemnt. MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat, Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature PAUtHENREID LI2A8ETHSCOTT T/Sgt. Jack B. Phillips, who has spent the past two weeks here with his grandmother, Mrs. Lucian T. Moore, left over the week end for Walters Air Force Base at Mineral Wells, Tex. He was. motored to Texas by L. T. Moore, Harold Lewis and Mrs. Moore. T/Sgt. Phillips has just returned from a 36-month tour of duty at Albrook Air Force Base in the Panama Canal Zone. Mrs. L. D. Durbin of St. Louis has returned to her home after having spent several days here as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. J. Heaton. Miss Willie Lawspn of Little Rock was the overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W .Afflick. Mrs. Harmon Taylor and daughter, Linda, and Mrs. Farris McCalla left yesterday for Decatur, Ala., where Linda will ^enroll as a freshman at Agnes Scott College Mrs. Charles Afflick and daughter, Carter, of Steele returned yes- ;erday from Danville, Va., where ;hey have spent the past several weeks as guests of Mrs. Afflick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boatwright. Mrs. lone Gore and Mrs. S. S. Patterson have returned from Mississippi, where Mrs. Gore motored her daughter, Donna. Sue, to Mississippi Southern College in Hattiesburg, where she enrolled as a unior and Mrs .Patterson visited friends in Jackson. Mrs. Effie Hicks of Jonesbofo was the week end' guest of her brother, L. O. GUI, and Mrs. Gill. Max Gill and Ned Robinson of Chattanooga, Tenn., were the overnight guests of Mr. Gills' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gill. Mrs. C. G. Scherer has returned from Memphis after having spent several days visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Parris, Mr. Parris and daughter. Miss Beryl Bevill left today for the University of Mississippi where she will enroll as a sophomore. She \vas motored to school by her father. S. H. Bevill. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Goff of Franklin, La., announce the birth of a son born Sept. 6. The baby has been named Randall Scott; Mr .and Mrs. Goff have one other child, Debbie. Mrs. Goff is the former Miss Juanita Hardin of Dell. Miss Joan Earls who attends the University of Arkansas has pledged the Chi Omega Sorority and Mack. Koonce has pledged Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Mrs. Ben T. Mays, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, left this afternoon .to attend the fall conference in'Little Rock. At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Brenda Jones, city Mrs. Robert Trimue and baby, Steele Margaret Wells, city Virginia Evans, Robert Faust ToExcbang Vows Mr. and Mrs. Chester Arthur Evans of Manila announce the engagement of their daughter, Edith Virginia Evans, to Robert Long Faust, son of Mr. D. Fred Faust and the late Mr. Faust of Graham, N. C. Miss Evans is a graduate of Manila High School and Arkansas State Teachers College at Conway. She is now employed by Capital Air Lines in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. Faust is a. graduate of Graham High School and the Univer*- ity of North Carolina. He is now employed as an epidemiologist with the Federal Public Health Department of Grand Rapids and Muske- 4 gan, Mich. The wedding "will be solemnized Oct. 23, in Fountain Street Baptist Church in Grand Rapids. The Rev. Littlefair, pastor of the church, will officiate. Mrs. Applebaum Entertains Octave Hub With Dinner Mrs. Phillip Applebaum entertained members of the Octave Club with a dinner at her home last night. The table where the guests were seated for dinner was overlaid with a red linen cloth and centered with a silver bowl holding mixed fall flowers. White tapers in silver candelabra flanked this arrangement. In the canasta games played following dinner, winners were Mrs. Eunice Young, high and Mrs. Richard Gary, second high. Mrs. Young was a guest of the group. Eloise Yates, Ernest Hawkins Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. George O. Yates of Blytheville announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Eloise Yates of Memphis, to Ernest Mi Hawkins, Jr., of Nashville, Term." The couple exchanged vows in Dallas, Tex., Sept. 3, and are now making their home in Dallas at 3620 Greenbrier. Armorel WMS Has Meeting The Women's Missionary Society of the Armorel Baptist Church met at the church yesterday. Mrs. S. H. Rebstock opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. J. E. Cooper presided over the business session. The devotional was given by Mrs. Cooper and those taking part on program were Mrs. Weldon McCann, Mrs. N. C. Paterson and Mrs. Leonard Smith. Mrs. C. C. Elliott dismissed the group with prayer. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN 7 at 10:10 a.m. ?~d 4 p.m. for Ritz & Boxy Program Announcements Wed. • Thurs. Fri. A LIPFUT t HTTUWS t *EStNTATK>* —AND— ALSO SHORT THURS. & PRI. Double Feature ROBERT TAYLOR DENISE DARCEL commnnoo CODV OYMMSHN. ITMHMISC RCPUMIC hCTUtt ALSO CARTOON BRINGS YOU THE STORY OF HOW ROME FELL for three wonderful American girls! flirt marbM pilazzos... Yw'H tttil a wicked kiss in till Gardins... lost yiurbeartii tin d*dow$ •fSt Pit*'*... CLIFTON WEBB DOROTHY McGUIRE JEAN PETERS LOUIS JOURDAN MAGGIE McNAMARA Niir FRANKB SINATRA Skif HitiftMYur H "3 COINS IN TNE FOUNTAIN" Plui Cintmaicopt Short: "N«w Horiioni" Miss Virginia Evans Auxiliary Has Meeting In Osceola The Osceola Junior Service Auxiliary met at the Seminole Club yesterday morning. There were 24 members present. Plans were made to attend the regional meeting to be held in North Little Rock Sept. 20. Sherbert Benton, district representative of Arkansas Board of Health, will begin instruction in Osceola Sept. 21, for A he audiometer test which involves both Negro and white children. The auxiliary will conduct a hearing clinic this year and will begin its activities in October. Country Club Bridge League Conducts Game Th Country Club Bridge League conducted a seven-table Mitchell Movement last night. North and South winners wer« Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, first with 101 pointi. There was a tie for second between Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. C. 0. Councille and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, who had 89 points. In fourth place were Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Russell Phillipt with 88 points. East and West winners were Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick, first with 95% points and Mrs. Sam Ncrris and J. M. Wallln were second with 91 points. In third place were Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines with 84 points and Mrs. Arnold Miller and Mrs. Elizabeth Moore were fourth with 82 points. The Country Club League will conduct its meeting Wednesday night of next week instead of Tuesday. THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Relax In Air Conditioned Comfort WED., & THURS. PRINCESS OF THE NILE In Technicolor With Debra Paget and Jeffery Hunter Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED., & THURS. Double Feature M-S-M m COLOR BT TECHNICOLOR! —AND— I (formrty- JIGSAW) f *f&rrfM<:? 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