The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1954 Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor News - Phone 3-4461 LUNCHEON FOR BEAUTIES — The beauty last year; P, D. Poster, Jr., chairman of this revue entrants were honored yesterday with year's beauty revue; Kelly Welch, chairman a luncheon at the Rustic Inn and a tea at of the Cotton Plckl.is Contest; Mrs. Jimmy the Country Club Seated at llle head table Smothemion and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook. Jr., yesterday were Iron, (left to right i Mrs. who were in chaw cl the luchcon and lea. Gloria Slice McLemore. 1052 beauty winner; (Courier News Photo) Marta Lou Chandler, second place winner Tea and Luncheon Compliment Beauty Revue Entrants Here Twenty-one beauty entrants in the National Cotton Picking Contest Beauty Revue were honored yesterday With a luncheon at the Rustic Inn and a tea at the Country Club. The tables where the guests unseated for luncheon were ovcrlaic with white lllnen. The head tnbl was centered with spinning wheel holding white carnations interspers ed with cotton. CentcrniR this ar rangement was a dancer with i dress mnde of cotton standing on several miniature cotton bales. Or The Wonder Two Piece '8165 36-52 By Sue Burnett In a carefully styled version (o compliment the slightly fuller figure. Comfortable to wear — suitable for every occasion. Put tern No. Bltif) IP in sir.cs 3fi, 38. 40, 42, 44 4(i, -18, 50, 32. Size 38, skirt. 3 yards of 38-incli; top, 2-"! B yards. For (his pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTEKN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, niythevlllc Courier , News, 372 W. Quincy Stret-t. Chiciiiii) (i, 111. Send 25 cenis today lor your copy of our pattern ciilnlOB. Biisic FASHION The iall and winter ';>•! issue is filled with attractive, e;L\v to SL'W ^tyii.'s ior till a^t-'S. the other tables, colon bales extended tlie length of the table. Each guest was presented with n white colon corsufe backed wlin white loaves nnd centered with silver ulltter. "Hie ladles were also presented with coton earrings. M the tea purtj ioods were served from a glass topped wrought ir on table centered with white carnations flanked by pastel cotton sprinkled In glitter. The mantel In the ballroom was decorated in stalks of rose and blue glittering cotton and baskets of cotton were placed about the entertaining rooms. Special guests were Mrs. Gloria Slice McLemore .winner ol the 1952 beauty revue; Miss Olivia Browne of Memphis, Ken Johnson and Ed Pcnlck of Little Rock, Charles Moyer of Jonesboro and Abe Davidson, State American Legion Commander, Judges of the beauty revue. Those In charge nf these affairs were Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon, Mrs. J. L. Wcslbrook. Jr., Mrs. Jack Owens. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., Mrs, ferry Cuadra and Miss Arden Fer- ;tison. Today at noon, judges for the Jlothing from Cotton Bags Conest and models for the Maid of Cotton Wardrobe were honored with i luncheon at the Rustic Inn. Judges for this event arc Mrs. Gertrude Hollman, Mrs. Hazel C. Jordon. Arkansas State Home Demonstration Agent, Mrs. Walter Uos- enlhal, Mrs, J. B. Hall ol Memphis, Shelby County Home Demonstration Afienl and Mlsa Ruth Massey of osceoln. Arkansas President of Daughter's of American Revolution. Lottie Moon YWA Conducts Meeting Tin? Lottie Moon Younpr Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met nt the home of Mrs. C. S. Birmingham last, night with 11 iHKin- brr.s nnd two visitors, Jackie Ultick- foi'd, nnd B:irbarn Ktxmrc, present The meeting was opened with the group repeating the \vrvtchworrt fol- Jownri with prnyer by Miss Dunn Dlnkins. An Installation of officers was held with Mrs. Howard Caldwrll nnd Mrs. Uirmmghiun condiicUnp the in.sliil1iit.ion. At the condusion of the program, a wiener roust v/cn held. Bridge Club Meets In Cherry Home Here Mrs. W. E. Cherry enlrvlnlncil nitinbrj-.s ol the TLK Bruise Cln'j with a (li'K.MTl-bridge Wednesday niijhl. Winners in the bi'ldue Raines were Mrs. Jerry Senipe. hit;h. MIK t»il- brrt Smythe, .second hish, nnd Mrs W. J. Ctipples. brklco. Former Resident Claims Sikeston Girl As Bride ' In a ceremony last Siiturday, Miss Rubye Carolyn Vaughn of Slke.ston became the bride of Franklin Eugene Wnrth of Knoxville, Tenn., and formerly of Blytheville. The couple exchanged vows In the First Baptist Church in Sikeston with the Rev. E. D. Owen officiating. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Puth Pinner of Mqrley, Mo., pianist, and Miss Jackie McQee, soloist, prvldcd music. The bride, who was wlven in mnr- rliiKe by her father, wore a dress- suit of light blue faille with hequln trim on the collar of the Jncket. Her accessories were navy and she carried a white Bible topped with n white orchid. Mrs. Leonard Vaughn of Cnpe Qinirdciiu, sister-in-law of the bride, served as matron of hnor. Franklin Wnrth served his son as best man and ushers were Leonard Vauiihn of Cape Glrardcau and Lucluu Wtirth of Kuoxville, Immediately following the ceremony a reception WHS held at the Colonial Inn. The bride's table was centered with the traditional three-tiered weddlnp cake topped with n miniature bride and groom. Following the reception, the couple left on a wedding trip en route to Knoxville. Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting The Vendredi Club was entertained last nlRht by Mrs. Frank Hall. In the bridge games, winners were Mrs. Sanford Tomllnson, hnlh, Mrs George Anderson, second hlRh, and Mrs. Dick Shanks, bridpn. Mrs. Dill Suinnicrville was a guest o! the (troup. Preceding the bridge games tho hostess served a dessert course. Country Club Plans Parly for New Members With the Country Club have numerous activities already this Tall, the first- party for all' niemberr, of the club will be held Thursday nlKht when the Ladles of the Club compliment new and out-of-town mem- hern. Mrs. W. L. Homer h,as been appointed chairman by Mrs. Samuel F. NorrLs, president of the Ladles of the Country Club. There will be music by Willie Bloom of Osceola for dancing and olhnr entertainments being planned. Bits of News Mr«. W. C. Watson of Hot Springs, formerly of Blythcvllle, and her sister, Mrs. J. M. Jenkins of iMirlc, will arrive today to be the KucEls of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Le\vis Woodard and daughter, Mary Janet, of Florissant, Mo,, will be the week end quests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Odc-U of Los Angeles. Calif., who have spent the past several days here visiting Mayor and Mrs. E. E- Jackson, returned to their home yesterday afternoon. Albert Fun-field is spending several days here with his grandmother, Mrs. W. 1. pep ton, before reporting for duty with the armed forces. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone over the week end will be Mr. and Mrs. Homer Slarnes and Mr. and Mrs. Boh Tyrone of Sikeston, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Olio Heinicke of St. Louis arc spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heln- icke. Both couples spent yesterday in Memphis and while here the other Mm. Hcinicke has been honored with several affairs. Jerry and Randy Holcomb of Memphis are the week end guests of Pain Crafton and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Craflon. Mr. and Mrs, Sterling Bunch announce the birth of a daughter Tuesday at Blythcvllle Hospital. They have another daughter, Veta Ann. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. EUmkcnship, John Tyrone and Boyce Moore will leave Saturday for Norfork Lake, where they will spend several days .squirrel hunting. Miss Merry Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, and Miss Jane Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bukci- Wilson, students at Southwestern in Memphis, have recently pledged to sororities. Miss j Lane pledged Kappa Delta and \ Miss Wilson pledged Delta Delta i Delta. ! Charles Fnuikum tuu) Billy Sha ! neyfelt have recently pledged to j Sigma VI fnilemlly at Arkansas' State College. J. C. Droke. a student at Arkansas State College, has been promoted to ROTC cadet captain and Sonny Stires has been promoted to cadet second lieutenant. Kibitzer Club Entertained By Mrs. Curtis Members of the Kibitzer Club were enwilained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Alex Curtis. Guests of the group were Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs. Earl Wildy. Mrs. J. H. Smart won high In the bridge games and Mrs. ROM won second high. Party foods were served by th» hostess during the games. To dress up a gaily-striped shirt to wear with a black velvet skirt, open the neck of the shirt and add as many contrasting, bright bead necklaces as you wish. JHESl COLDS WICKS VVAPORUB Attention! I have just received a n«w shipment of FALL WOOLENS from Greenfield Mills. Also Shoulder Pads, Lininj In »U colors and buttons. Phone 3-4209 Howard's Cloth Shop ;; mile from ciiy limits North Franklin Road Open 9 Til' 6 CAMPUS BEAUTIES — Among 94 beauty honor winner. 1 ; in the freshman class at Mississippi State College for Women are (from left to right) Ann Andrews of Jackson, Tenn., Janet Cokcr of Caruthersville; Mo., Betty Lee Garrott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garrott of Blytheville, and Kay Hindman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Hindman of Blytheville. Chillion Club Conducts Game Mrs. E. R. Jiickson entertained members of the Chillion Club at the Rnzorback Wednesday. Winners in the games were Mrs. O. O. Elkins, high, Mrs. Mary Hatfield .second high, and "Mrs. Mike Meroney, low At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a salad course. A new upholstery comes in cotton tweed and is water repellent so soil or stains can be stidsed off with a minim-Jin of effort. The pre-shrunk fabric can be washed in place or given ;iot suds and rinse"! in a washing machine or Read Coui-ier News Classified Ada [ub u alsQ is wrinkle res lstant. Mrs. Edith Permenter was , of the group. guest At the Hospitals Blythcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charlie Graves, oily Mrs. Billy Pack. Carutliersville (,'hfcliiisnwlm Hospital Dismissed: Joe Ilaney. Cooler Mrs. Troy Ratliff and twins, city Mrs. Joe Heathcock, Holland Mrs. Hrmry Matthews, city Mrs. l.re RitxtPr and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Laura Joan Hnpper, city Margie Sicwiirt. Ht. 2, city Mrs, C. W. 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