PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 Auxiliary Fashion Preview Choosing the accessories to complement the fall styles they will show Tuesday night occupies the attention of these models today. They will be among those appearing in "Fantasy of Fashion," the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary revue which will be presented at 8 p.m. at the high school auditorium. Left to right:, A mist gray pastel mink stole from Miss Whitsitt's Shop, tops the smart afternoon party dress shown by Mrs. Charles M. Gerrald. A. B. Smith, Jr., chooses from the selection of ties at the R. D. Hughes Cloth- ing Company to complement his suit for casual wear. Mrs. F. G. Eeichel of the Tot Shop and Ruby Kay Koehler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Koehler, have found just the right dress for Ruby Kay to show. The well-dressed business man is portrayed by Paul Human, who will show a suit in the new button style featuring the narrow lapels and natural shoulder. Mrs. P. D. Foster makes her hat selection with the aid of Mrs. J- P. Holland of Miss Whitsitt's Shop. A pretty hat for a pretty miss is chosen by Lana Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Greene, whose fall outfit is from Whitsitt's La Belle Shop. (Courier News Photos) Names of models who will appear in "Fantasy of Fashion/' were announced today by the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary. More than 30 models will show lall fashions from. Miss Whitsitt's Shop, R. D. Hugnes Clothing Co.. and the Tot Shop Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the High School Auditorium. Children who will participate in the show for the Tot Shop are Ruby Kay Koehler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Koehler; Johnnie Fay Bunch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bunch: Jerry Wayne Abbott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Abbott, Susan Hollenbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hellenbeck oi" Steele; and Marie Wildy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Leachville. Children who will model for Whitsitt's La Belle Shop are Molly Guard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard; Joann McHaney, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney; Marian Henley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henley; Susan Smith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smtih. Lana Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Greene; Kerry Neeley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Neeley of Osceola; Ginger Harpole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben W Harpole, Jr.; and Margaret Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Graham. Models for the Miss Whitsitt Shop are Mrs. James Terry, Misses Martha Bean, Arden Cuadra,Elaine Richardson, Sally McCutchen, Maxine Hill, Mrs. "Charles W. Gerrald, Mrs. Robert Warren and I Mrs. L. C. B.- Young of Osceola. ' Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr., Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mrs. Leroy Bain of Hayti, Mo., Mrs. Clyde Whistle of Osceola, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, Mrs. Jack Hale, and Misses Gail Whitsit and Mary Alice McWaters. Fashions from R, D. Hughes Clothing Company will be shown by A. B. Smith, Jr., Charles Langston, Jr.. Worth Holder, Eugene Still, Jr., and Paul Human. Proceeds from the fashion show will help to finance the projects of the Junior Auxiliary which is devoted to child welfare work. Tickets may be purchased at the door, from any auxiliary member or at any of the participating stores. Sorority Meeting Held by Members Of Alpha Delta The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Bits of News Sigma Phi met at the home Mrs. John Edwards last night. Mrs. R. H. Watson presided over the business session when plans for the rush season were announced by the vice-president, Mrs. Foy Etchieson. Other reports were made by officers and committee chairmen were named. Committee chairmen are Mrs. Henry Dodd, corersponding secretary; Mrs. Dick Shanks, program; Mrs. Elmer Stone, social; Mrs. Orlie Parker, publicity: Mrs. Bill Driver, ways and means; and Mrs. Bill Hodge, service. At the conclusion of the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. City Council Of Beta Sigma Phi Has Meeting The City Council of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. R. H. Watson Wednesday night. Mrs. Francis Garnmill presided over the business session when plans were made for the Cotton Picking Fashion Show. Mrs. Roy Harrison was named chairman of this committee. Chairmen for a fund-raising project were named. They include Mrs. Elwood Dean, Miss Eloise Nicholson, Mrs. Herb Childs, Mrs. Joe Freeman, Mrs. W. C. Manser, Mrs. Bill Driver, Mrs. Ernest Mc- Kenize and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton celebrated their 26th anniversary yesterday. Their son, Rosco Evans Crafton and Mrs. Crafton entertained with a dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. C., W. Garrigan were called to XJnio'n City, Tenn., yesterday due to the death of Mr. Garrigan's brother, Hugh E. Garrigan. Mrs. India Sanders of Memphis will, be the week end guest of Mrs. B. F. Gay. Mrs. Nathan Wade left today by plane for San Diego, Calif., where she will join her husband, who has just returned from a tour of duty in Alaska. She was motored to Memphis by her mother, Mrs. R. O. Mullins, and sisters, Betty Ann and Jan, and Miss Billie Jane Rodgers. Mrs. Laurene Powell left Thursday for her home in Long Beach, Calif., after spending the past several months here visiting her sister Mrs. Cecil Rober-son. and other relatives and friends. While here, she visited another sister, Mrs. Emma Bader, and family in aCruthersville and her daughter. Mrs. L. B. Copeland, in Clarksville, Tenn. Mrs. R. C. Allen, and Mrs. Baker have returned from Little Six Weeks Series Completed by Duplicate League Members of the Duplicate Bridge League conducted a six-table Howell Movement last night to end a six weeks series. Winners in last night's game were Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. Jim Roleson, first with 57% points, Mrs. Ruth Fender and Mrs. Nola Samford, second with 52 points; and and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Jim Roleson, third with 50% points. Six weeks winners were Mrs. Roleson, first with a 61.7 percentage and Mrs. Afflick, second with 57.9 per cent. In third place, was Mrs. Frank Grigsby with 56.7 per cent and Mrs. Alta Cameron was in fourth place with a 54.9. percentage. Luxora PTA Conducts First Meeting of Year The Luxora Parent-Teacher Association met Wednesday afternoon at the school. The meeting was opened with group singing followed with a devotional given by the Rev. W. L. Diggs. The president's message was given by Mrs. Weston Ellis, who also introduced the faculty members. Mrs. Walter Staub, who has just recently returned from a two-year tour of duty with her husband in Turkey, was a guest speaker for the afternoon. Officers for the Luxora Parent- Teacher Association for the coming year are Mrs. C. D. Smith, presi- La Nueve Bridge Club Has Meeting At Country Club Mrs. Ben Mac White entertained members of the La Nueve Bridge Club at the Country Club yesterday afternoon with a dessert-bridge. Guests of the group were Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Mrs. James Peterson and Mrs. W. H. O*Keefe. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. Coleman Stevens, high, Mrs. Morgan, second high, and Mrs. O'Keefe, bridge. president; Permenter, vice- Mrs. Jimmie Gordon, secretary and Mrs. Oris Henry, treasurer. Committee chairman are Mrs. W. C Howard, membership; Mrs. Bowen Thompson, program; Mrs. Charles Howard, magazine; Mrs. John Thweatt, publicity; Mrs. R. L. Houck, summer round-up; Mrs. Leroy Brownlee, parliamentarian. Mrs. E. C. Skeen; congress publications; Mrs. H. P. Worsley, in- of officers; Mrs. T. L. music; Miss Edith Mc- stallation Stanford, Daniel, and Mrs. Charles Watson; school lunch; Mrs. William Johnson, parent education; Mrs. J. E. Riherd, hospitality; Mrs. T. D. Wilkins, budget and finance; and Mayor Mose Sliman, civil defense. Trinity YWA Has Meeting The Trinity Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Sadie Cunningham last ngiht with nine members present. Miss Alberta Sadler opened the meeting with prayer and Miss Marcella Ray presided over the business session and dismissed the group with prayer. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Burdette PTA Entertains With Picnic The Burdette Parent - Teachers Association'entertained the children who received the polio trial vaccine yesterday with an assembly pro- j gram and picnic. i Mrs. Charles Frazier, president,' spoke to the group and presented I each child with their Polio Pioneer , Pins as a symbol of their service ; to science. i Following the program, the chil- ; dren were taken to Walker Park by j bus where the third grade mothers entertained with a picnic. Mothers assisting were Mrs. Maxine Middleton, Mrs. Bud Gunter, Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. J. L. Brothers, Mrs. Preston Ramey, Mrs. Clyde Webb and Mrs. Tom Callis. Special guests of the group were Elbert Johnson, Polio Vaccine and March of Dimes Chairman, J. T. Stalcup and Johnnie Norris of St. Louis. Two-skirt suits are shown by a For light hazel, blue, or grey St. Louis designer, following ^the eyes, use a blue-gray eye shadow, two-pants trend in men's wear, j For dark hazel, brown, or black The regular suites of rayon worsted; j eyes, use a dark brown eye shad- the second skl A t, is a tone darker j ow. And remember, eye shadow and made of rayon flannel. ' should oe used sparingly. SMALL TYPE One of the standard jokes, always good for a laugh, has to do with the small type characteristic of insurance policies. Raymond Zacliry's policies have small type also, but you don't have to worry about it; you need only get set to catch the big insurance savings. And they are really big arid generous, 15% and 20%. Also Raymond Zachry's service, when you need it, is just as big and generous, as well as fast and friendly. RAYMOND ZA Ill N. 1st. Insurance Agency Phone 3-8815 Oregon was admitted to statehood on Feb. 14, 1859; Arizona on Feb. 14, 1912. Luxora HD Club ^Conducts Meeting In Hanna Home The Luxora Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. W. L. Hanna yesterday afternoon with Entertains Chillion Club Mrs. Mary Hatfield entertained members of the Chillion Club at her home yesterday afternoon. The entertaining rooms where the guests were seated were decorated with arrangements of red roses and asters. Guests of the group were Mrs. Paul Byrum and Mrs. Bob West. In the canasta games played during the afternoon, winners were Mrs. 0. C Rock where thev attends dthe con- fills a tweed-need with Tweed textured- rayon vention. of the Arkansas Mrs. Allen assisted Mrs. florists Nadine Morris ,of Springfield, Mo., in the votibnal, insr. followed by group sing- Mrs. Hanna presided over the bus, . . . mess session when plans were made design school for the fair booth _ Mi B Mrs. Gerald Johnson and her Smith home demonsfcration « ' Newbern, • are spending sev- **>**» group and presented eral days in Illinois where they are visiting then- sister and daughter. Mrs. Glenn Coffee, Mr. Coffee and son. Family Reunion Held AtB.F. Rhoads Home A family reunion was held yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rhoads at Armorel. There were 25 present. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Odie Collins and son, Donald Ray, Felix Collins and Millard Collins, of Petersburg, Ind., and H. C. Rhoads of Maiden, Mo. several color slides. In the social hour, games were played and winners \vere Mrs. Dudley G. Hicks and Mrs. E. C. Skeen. Refreshments were served hostess. by the ridge Club | Ve ndredi Bridge 4 i i x"-^i-» A n s-\ ^>4- i ix-% *-* i ^, ' ^y Club Has Meeting Felix Carney, low. A salad plate and iced drinks were served by the hostess at the conclusion of the games. Conducts Meeting Mrs. Gilbert Smythe entertained the TLE Bridge Club last night s: the Razorback. In the bridge games played during the evening, winners were Mrs. W. J. Cupples, high, Mrs. J. P. Scrape, second high, and Mrs. Dick Watson, bridgo. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a dessert course. Read Courier News Classified Ads. DO YOU KNOW —What is the first name and middle initial of Mr. Harris, salesman for C. M. SMART FURNITURE CO. located at 100 E. Main Street? . . Who else sells for the firm? Tbt mort folks with whom you "jet acquainted"—the more en- joyraent of life will be yours. In business and in social contacts "knowinr the persons BY THEIR NAMES" is most important. "LET'S GET ACQUAINTED" ... will feature PEOPLE, those friends of yours at our places of business who serve your dally J J J Members of the Vendredi Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Hank Dodd last night. In the bridge games \Vinners were Mrs. Bob Gardener, a guest of the group, high; Mrs. Sanford Tornlin- son, second high, and Mrs. Dick Shanks, bridgo. At the conclusion of the games a dessert course was served by the hostess. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Larry Caldwell, Armorel Mrs. W. E. Kennedy, Steele Mrs. Wister Wright, Luxora Lynn Cooper, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: John Cherry, city Mrs. Tom Brown, Jr., and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Clint Miller, Armorel Mrs. Malcolm Jolley. city Keep your costume jewelry from tarnishing by coating it with a thin coat of fresh, white shellac or colorless nail polish. A second coat of either will provide greater protection. 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