The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 19, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1955 - Society News - ~ A«H vtollnt'A' Snciprv [Trlitrtr ' Phor Misg Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-44G1 Trinity Baptist WMU Circles Have Royal Service Programs Day Circles of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met at the church Monday for a covered-dish luncheon and Royal Service program. ' Repeating of ilie watchword and j hannon. present- group singing with Mrs. J. W. West Mrs. Car! Taw gave the program serving as pianist opened the meet- Ing. The business session was in charge of Mrs. Drew Hughey. Circle One presented Ihe program with Mrs. E. G. Lovcll serving as chairman. Assisting were Mrs. E. C. Thompson, Mrs. L. C. Kenwrl?hi, with Mrs. Idell Lowe leading the closing prayer. Annie Armstrong Circle met at the home of Mrs. Bill Lowe with six memlwrs present. Mrs. Mary Lyons Kave the opening prayer with Mrs. Max Koonci Mrs C E. Adkisson. Mrs. Preston I givin the devotional. Mrs. Gran" Thorn and Mrs. Bill Crocker. Mrs. Bill Cook gave the devotional and Mrs. H. H. Burnett dismissed the group. Mildred Matthew Circle met at fhe home of Mrs. Gerald Adams with five members present. Mrs. Dorothy Russell gave the devotional. The group conducted a j visitation program. | Caldwell taught the lesson and Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve dismissed the group. County PTA Council to Rose Marlowe Circle met at the j A/f oaf- TT/^tv* home of Mrs. Lois Mnrr with eight 1VJ.CCL J.J.CJ. C nembers and one visitor, Mrs. Dons Coumy Council of Paren t-Teach- Jrown, present. j er Assoc j a tj 0 n will meet Friday at Mrs. Bonnie Eatmon served as , Fjrst B ^ Church hcre wlth reg _ .rogram^chairma^ with_ Mrs. Dean istration to ^gin at 9:30 n.m. _^_^ Carol Watson of Osceola, state president, and Mrs. John Col- | ^""fou\ ghicr'oTMi"a"i her of Parkin, district director, will NIcnolas , of Blytheville 1 Bits of News Irlostlij f-^erional Cpl. and Mrs. Hobby Stokes Cpl. Stokes, Miss Nicholas Exchane Vows Boren, Mrs. Melba Christian. Mrs. Nell Jenkins, Mrs. Marr. Mrs. Mary Pike and Mrs. Mary Lewis assisting her. Marion Cook Circle met at the home of Miss Donna Bohannon with four members and two visitors, Mrs. Cook and Mrs. J. M. Bo- New Daisy Crockett Doll . 8327 Sue Burnett She's a darling and just the right si^e for a little girl's pljiymate. Softly stuffed Daisy Crockett measures 20 inches, has a complete outfit. Pattern No. 8327 is in one si?*, 20 inches. Doll, 3 4 yard of 35-inch dress, panties, 34 yard; contrast 14 yard; coat, bonnet, 1 yard; hat 14 yard. For this pattern, send 35c h COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett., Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street Chicago 6. ill. Send 25 cents now for your copy of the new Fall & Winter '55 edition of pur pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, eiisy to sew styles for al ages. The Suit That's Popular from Cost to Coast Exclusively In Blytheville at R. D. HUGHES Company Rome owned ind •pent«4J Maton Day — Walter I)*; be special guests. Blytheville PTA City Council will be host for this meeting. Coming Events WEDNESDAY .lurisdictional Mission Study, on American Indians. 7:30 to 9 p.m., First Methodist Church THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Pasy Gentry. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Miss Pattye June Davis taining GEO Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Edgar Borum. Corps of Engineers Womans Club meets, with Mrs, John Shaddix and Mrs. Elnier Norman as hostesses. Jaycettes meeting. Ladies of Country Club having Guest Day at club at 1 p.m. Mid-Week Club being entertained by Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. S. E. Torjusen. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr. FRIDAY County PTA Council to meet at In a double ring ceremony solem- , nixed Oct. 7 at the home of Curtis Osceola, i Williams here, Miis Hamona Nicho- d Mrs. Ira became the bride of Cpl. Bobby Stokes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stokes, of St. Louis. William Seay, Church of Christ pastor, officiated at the ceremony. Miss Judy Michael, soloist, and Mrs. Ini Games, pianist, provided the nuptial music. Floor baskets of white chrysanthemums and roses provided the background for the wedding party. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a nylon taffeta frock in Irosted toffee. She carried a white satin Bible topped with gardenias. Following the excnangc of vows a enter reception was held. The bride's table vas overlaid with a Isice cloth an', centered with the wedding cuke which was toppoed Mrs. Cornoiius Modinger Sr., left this afternoon lor Bristol, Va., where .she will >prnd two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Peter J. Lauman, and family. Lt. and Mrs. E. B. Gee Jr.. of Belleville, III., will spend the weekend Iwre visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.. Gee and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. They also plan to attend the Ole Miss-University of Arkansas football game at Oxford. Julie McCaU, PHI Speck and Peggy Taylor have pledged Delta Delta Delta sorority at Mississippi Southern College at Hattiesburg, Miss. C. L. McWaters jr. and Frank Ellis are on a business trip to At- 'lar.tu. Ga. . MLSS Sally Triesehmann, student at the university of Arkansas, will spend the weekend here visiting her pa rests. Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Trieschmamin and her sister, Linda Lou. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramey and children Nancy and Jim of Chicago | have returned to their home after I a visit here with Mrs. C. W. Ramsey. I Billy Gilbow and Beautpn Stall- i ings, students at the University of i Arkansas, will spend the weekend ! here with their parents. I E. C. Williams was in Memphis i last week to attend a symposium [ sponsored by the University of i Tennessee School of Pharmacy and I the Memphis Hospital and Prof| fessional Pharmacists Association in Memphis. ADDED ATTRACTION — Fall's newest clothes seem to crv out from their hangers for scarves. The popular looks — long and lean, knitted, tweedy or elegantly monochromatic — all take kindly to the color, texiure and dash of scarves. A dark suit (left) gets an indi- with a miniature bride and groom. Misses Anna Rae Mooney and Faye Ward presided at the table. Mrs. Stokes is a senior this year at Blytheville High School where she is n member of the band and participates in other extra curricular activities. Corporal Stokes is a graduate of Stecle High School and is now stationed With the Marine Corps at, Camp LeJuene, N.C. Monday night Mrs. Pete Burgess First Baptist Church here. Hegistra- ' and Miss Clarecine Helms enter- tion begins at 9:30 a.m. Friday Club meeting with Mrs "r ics C. Guard. Chapter N, PEO, having 1 p.m. luncheon at home of Mrs. Harry W. Haines with Mrs. Harry A. Haines as co-hostess, — Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Loy Welch. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting in Fellowship Hall at 2 30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Mrs. E. E. Hardin and Mrs. Obie Webster. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. A note from Paris Is a high- heeled pump with a buckle on the toe. If you want this look, you may have it without waiting for the Paris copies to come out. Scavenge at the shoe store and have the buckle died to match, if it's fabric or leather. tained with a shower complimenting Mrs. Stokes. Huffman WMU Has Royal Service Program Huffman Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church Monday for a Royal Service program meeting. Following repeating of the watchword Mrs. Billy Ray gave the devotional.. Those presenting the program \\ere Mrs. Rex Hughes. Mrs. Harry Law.son. Mrs. Mervin Huffman. Mrs. C. D. McOanie], Mrs. Agnes Hatchel and Mrs. Ray Crews. Miss Cora Mae McDaniel was a Kiifst of the organization. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. Huffman. Jurisdictional \Study to \End Tonight The Jurisdictional Study which has been held this week at First Methodist Church will be concluded with tonight's session. The first two sessions, which concerned the Navajo Indians, were taught by Miss Allyce Nelson of Memphis, Regional Director of Region Five of Girl Scouts. Miss Nelson has had extensive work with this tribe of American Indians on which this study is being taught. Tonight's session will be taught by Mrs. H. C. Bush and the Rev. Harold Eggensperger. Mrs. Bush will speak* on "Indians and Education," with the Rev. Mr, Eggensperger speaking on "The Christian Church Among Indian Americans." Approximately 60 have attended these sessions with Lake Street. Half Moon and First Methodist Churches being represented. VVife Realize She Is Important "Lack of something to feel important about is almost the great,est tragedy a man may have." A man said that about men in general. But it goes for women, too. The man who understands that his wife Scarves Add Individual Flair By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Kditor When lasmons are limber-Uned and pared-down, accessories grow in imagination. The w e a r e r s should, too. taking advantage of supple cloches and handsome high points to bring out the best in a face and figure. Seldom have styles so demanded the cooperation of that most male- able of accessories, the scarf. Take a peek at what's most popular on the clothing racks and see if it's not true. The skinny look is everywhere Whether .it's the echo of the Paris virtual touch with two squares. One goes gilet-style. the other floats over one shoulder. The deep neckline teenier) takes a ribbon scarf as a satin cuff, for an after-five look. The sweater look i right) is pointed up with a paisley square tied sailor-style. that's after-five but never too uncovered. The sweater look is perennial, but never such a hardy blossom as this fall. It's a soft, smooth, typically young American look. To change the look of u favorite sweater from one wearing to another, a scarf is pen'ecnon. It can be tucked in, looped through a cardigan or worn, saner-style, on ihe slip-over. As a contrast to ttie monochromatic squares add color and line sparkle One goes on high, gi let-style, the other flouts over the shoulder to soften the dark splinter of suit. Bareness comes into popularity for evening. Properly managed, a have modest bosoms, a an artful touch. A low square neck gets a handsome compliment from an oblong ribbon , scan. A Jacquard pattern adds a needs to feel important, and feeds look or our own favorite dark suit i texture note It. goes lii^h in b?c'<. classic, it's being worn by every | to cover bare shoulders, and is figure that can bear it. The dash of a scarf is wonderful here. On a dark suit, two brilliant 19-inch cut-out neck is flattering both the full bosom and the slender one. This look takes a scarf with de- \ , . . , , . For those who consider their i sweatcr - S lcmn S Paisley colors and ihoulriers asseis, a scarf provides a frame. For ihu.--e who feel they scarf is li&ht . necks and the traditional pattern are perfect. E;ich top look this fall has its scLirf, pins imagination and experimentation. Tie the knot between the clothes and the accessories in a manner that is perfectly individual. the classic approach to a well-dressed look Campus Moc GLAMOUR DEBS. A classic design fashioned m a soft, flexible moc that's just right for ail your casual clothes. Wear th«m with skirts, tailored dresses, Bermuda shorts. $A95 6 I &. SONS I SHOES I Dorcas Circle Meets In Benefield Home Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Susie Benefield with 10 ] members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Homer Porter with Mrs. Jack Rushing conducting the business session. The mission study was taught by the Rev. J. J. Johnson. Mrs. Fred Hodge dismissed the group. that need, saves himself a lot of trouble. The wife whose husband makes her feel needed and important doesn't have to buy things she doesn't need or even particularly want just to impress other worn- Ruth Millett en with her own importance. The wife whose husband makes her feel he couldn't get along without her will work and .save without a hint of feeling- sorry for herself, because no matter how little she has she knows she Is important to at least one other human being. 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