The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 2, 1954
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILL7T. (ARK.) COURIER KEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER », 1954 Cotton Fashion Preview- The winning fashions from the Clothing: from Cotton Bag Animal NCPC Cotton Bag Clothing Contest Held Here The annual Clothing from Cotlon Bags Contest was staged at Walker Park in front of the Grandstand yesterday afternoon in spite of the rain. These clothes were made from *•• feed bags and cost was practically nothing except for the thread and trimming used. There were two divisions, the 4-H division and the Open-to-Everyone Division. Models for the fashions '.vcre members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter. Alpha Delta Chapter and the Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Louise Klocr. fashion director at Goldsmiths in Memphis was commentator for the shmv and judges were Mrs. Gertrude Hollmnn, Mississippi County Home Demonstration Agent; Mrs. Hazel C. Jordon, Arkansas State Home Demon- Contest and the models who wore them are shown in the nbovc picture.s. Krom left to liHht. they are Mrs. Rowland Howard, Martha Hart and Mrs. Robert McCiraw. wearing the •1-H strt-T't dress winners; Mrs. A. H. Harrison, Nancy Estes, Judy McCall, Hnl Davis, Oena Gaines. Becky Young, Mrs. Milton M. Howard and Betty Jane Marvell. second place winners in the Open-to-Everyone division; Mrs. Harold Nunn, Mrs. Mike O'Keefe, Mary Lou Orsburn, Mary Alice Mc- Waters, Mrs. Utho Barnes, Herbert N. Swearengen, III, Mrs. E. J. Baker and Candy Baker, first place winners in th« open-to-everyone division. (Courier News Photo) The devotional was given by the Rev. Mr. Johnson and Mr.s. Fred Hill nnd Otis Cole dismissed the group with prayer. stration Agent; Miss Ruth Mnssey, Arkansas President of Daughters of the American Revolution; and Mrs. J. B. Hall, Shelby County Home Demonstration Agent. Harold Davis was chairman of this affair and Mrs. Ray Harrison was in charge of the models. Winners in the 4-H division for house dresses was Miss Jane Casper Jllythrvllle Hospital of Walnut Ridge. I'n the street dress D lsn i.sscd- dress division, winners were Martha ' " B1|h , p , i ,„ , )v B , , Hart of Blytheville, first, nnd Miss j """• ulll> l J0 ' n n " cl "" •' "' l ' Janell Shride of Daiton. second. Artenk r h Beacon WMA Has Dinner At Church Following a dinner last niRht a business session was held by !he Women's Missionary Auxiliary. There wvrr 32 members und three gue.sts, Mrs. Henry OnrKis, Bobby Koonce and Lav-erne Owen, present. The meeting was opened with group .siUrJfnK followed with prnyer by (be Rev. J. J. Johnson and Mrs. Lewis Pinion, At the Hospitals Bits of News \CbaplerNPEO '.Installation ^ , r-,. Service Held by i Co11anids rirst Meeting of Yea Dorcas Class Coming Eventi Monday WMU of First Baptist Church has covered dish luncheon Mr.s. Marcus Gaines and datigh- I.PI-, Grim, arn In Memphis today to rcluni Ihoir diiii^tUer and sister, Bt;rUui Au'\, and Miss-Janice- Bowles to school and Miss Marilyn Shlvloy liomc. They were here for the Cullon Picking Contest events. Mr. and Mrs. D'.-lbcrt Benson and Joan Grlusby of Oyallala. Neb i'., tin 1 i IIP Kites IK of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Williams and family. Mrs. Brrthn , Eaknr of St. Louis and Mr. and Mr.s. Noah oi Olathc, Colo., were the ynests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahoii Thursday. Mr. mid Mrs. Russell Phillips are in Memphis today whore they will be the nue.sls til their daiiKh- Mrs. Vance Ali-similer, Jr., autl family. They will bo joined Uu-re by their .snn, Russell 'Phillips, Jr., who is .stationed at Pensacola, PI a., with the Navy and Miss Ann Albright of Little Hock. Mr.s. terday Cure returned yes- Lime Rock, when: she Jm.s been with her I'nllicr who j has been 1)1- She wits mot in Mein- The first meet ing of the year was held yesterday by Chapter N of PEO al the "home of Mrs, The Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home new' nf Mrs. W. W. Watson yesterday with Mrs. J. W. Dolnn, co-hostess. The entertaining: rooms where church at 1 p.m. followed by nisiness meeting and Royal Serv- •jep retrain ti 2 p.m. Katie Hatton YWA meets at 7:15 p.m. ity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Howard Ca Id well at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday TLE Bridge Club meets with Mr.s. J. F. Scrape. Mrs. G. G. Caudill entertains at I the Town and Country Cfub at 2 p.m. at the Country, Club. Thursday Mrs. Bob Metcalfe entertains the Vcndredi Club. Mr.s. O. O. Elkins entertains the John Cauciill with 14 members nnd ! Hie quests were seated were deco- iwo puesls. Mrs. Harold Epgcns- and Mrs. present. Leslie Mrs. Chester Cnldwell presided over the business session and Mrs. L. K, Old was In charge ol the program which was on a "Constitutional Quiz." Party (nods were served from a table centered witli fall flowers inlcrspersrd with Me, urines. Mrs. Caldwt'll and Mrs. W. L. Homer presided at the table. Wuileyan Service Guild of First J Chillion Club. Methodist Church meets at 7:30 The Kibitezr Club meets with with fall flowers. | p.m. at the church. nnd the devotional was given by Mrs. C. S. Lemon followed with prayer by Mrs. Arthur Hashing. An installation service was held with Mrs. E. E. Stevens, installing (illicer. Mr.s. Lemons led in prayer and Mrs. M. W. Lewis presided over the business session. At the conclusion of the meeting, i the hostess served refreshments. Marriage License;, The InllowitiK couples have received imirri-ige licenses from the county clerk: Charles D. ICeslcs of Lciichvllle and Cnrulyn Underwood of Manila. T.eruy A. In the ppen-to-Everyone Division, winners in the house dress group were Mrs. Richard 'ft Gray of Sedalia, Mo., first and Mrs. Elton Nicks of Centerville, Tenn., .second and In the street dress division Mrs. Gray was first place winner and Mrs. Jess Dempsey of Conwny was second. Mrs. Gray nnd Mrs. Tarlton carried away honors in the evening dress division. In the Mother-Daughter combination, winners were Mrs. Gray, first and Mrs. Zella Cockrell of Blytheville, second. Beach and swim suit winners were Mrs. Dempsey, first and Mrs. Cock roll, second. Andnidee, city Chlrkasnwlm Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. C. Colston nnd bnby city David Sipes, Wilson David Dyt;r. rlty Walls Unsiiltul Dismissed: Hoy D. Raines, Holland Wade Thompson, city Cristobal GOMIHZ, III. I. city DeWayne Jackson. Manila DoatwriKht of Molly and Peggy Ann Rogers ol Blytl phis by Mr. Cure nnd children. Herbert Joyner, who is em c^w^ns 1 '.™ *K\«°»- *>• •»» •»"»• »•* ^ ™™« Springs, Miss.. the parents of n daughter born Charlotte Rmh. to open n hobby pin. Mitny brokni nails conic trnm ciirclcKS, "in "the girl tots division, winners j "nnrccssury rou 8 h ireaum-nt ol vere Mrs. L. D. Pulton of Tyronza. lhcni - Chester Cnlthyell and Iamily. Guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Em 11 Damon mid ctaURliters this week end are Gary Cooper and John Burlord ol Cape Girardeaii. .Miss Shirley Shoemaker of O.sce- ola lias been elected treasurer of the Phi Mu .Sorority al Arkansas j State College in Jone.-'horo and To protect your nails from' MKss Kll ,. eil Bni(Uf , y of osceola breaking, use the cushion of your; has been clrrtrd reporter. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Colston are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Toller of : Honed at Nushviih'"'^'!!!!", Is '"the i M''""!'"'* will be the week end i week end f«npst of Mr and Mrs 1 Kursis oi Mr. and Mrs. Herbert! Joyner and family. 1 No one likes to hear the honk of o wild goose—when he's driving o cor. CHUS first and Mrs. Eldy Webb of Blytheville, second. Boy tot winners were Mrs. Gray, first and Mrs. Nicks, second. Models were Mrs. Roland Howard. Mrs. Robert McGraw. Sue Lollar, Smart crapeskin jackets. in bright, jewel-like colors are popu-: l;u- because of their smart tailor-i iim and also tor their easy upkeep.; Martha .Hart. Mrs. Hnrolri Nunn,! Their cleaning consists omy of n! Mrs. Todd Harrison, Mrs. J. N T .! sponge-off with n sudsy cloth. Smothsrmon, Mrs. Mike O'Kccfc, Mrs. Carl C. Demon. Mrs. Ben Abbott. Judy McCall. Mary Alice Mr- Waiers, Germ Gaines and Mrs. Utho Barnes. Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr.. Mrs. E. J. Baker. Mr.s. Bill McLeod. Mrs. Milton Howard. Mrs. D. E. McCaskill: Miss Patti Wright, Mrs. Perry Darby, Miss Nancy Estes. Children models were Judy Halsell, Candy Baker. Susie bcnion, Jane Marble, Margaret McCasU!!. Shelly Baker. Johnny Pave Bunch, [ Carolyn Sue Stuart, Becky Young. Martti Beth Halscll. Elizabeih McGraw, Dolore.s Ann Edwards, Stephanie Heatncock, Cathy HollinRs- •worih, Pairina Ann Swearengen. Linda Wahl. Susanne Owen a:id Mary Lou Osborne. Louis Katz.. Herbert K. Swearer.con. Ill, Jess Nicholson. Hal Davis and Max Gann. TRUSSES KXI'KKT.l.Y 1 FI'lTUD 1. Price KIRBY DRUGSTORES AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION luncheon followed by program. Executive Board of the \Vomen' of the Church of the Presbyterian Church meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. WMU Circles of Trinity Baptisi Mrs. Robert McHaney. Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertains : j (he I,a Nueve Club. J Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Ladies of the Country Club complimenting new and out-of-town members with party at 8 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. Jefferies Complimented With Shower Mrs. J. D. Jeffries was honored with a stork shower Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Sonny ( Hopper with Mrs. Roy Schuhart as i co-hostess. I In the games played during the i evening winners were Mrs. Floyd i Oltison and Mrs. Jeffries. Mrs. Jeffries was presented with a novelty corsage and her gifts were in a blue and pink bassinett. At the conclusion of the games, the hostesses served sandwiches and iced drinks. Church meet Monday at the church Miss Glcnda Ray. ' for n business session at 2 p.m. The Marion Cook Circle meets with Mrs. Lois Gestring at 7:30 p.m. and the Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. L. D. Marr at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday I Members of the CIB Bridge Club! meet with Mrs. Robert McGraw. j Eastside Garden Club meets' with Mrs. Taft Metzger at 2 p.m. ; The Halloween motif and minia-! ture arrangements are the theme! of the program. j American Legion Auxiliary meets at the hut. j Members.of the NN Bridge Club! meet with Miss Betty Ann Harber. ] Country Club Bridge League has regular meeting. Annie Armstrong Circle of Trln- i Friday Slid bury PTA having spaghetti supper at school from 5:30 to 7:30 TONIGHT 10:30 SUN., & MON. Conlinuotis Showing Sundaj From ~i {'. M. Box Office Opens 6:45 SFow Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times Llslrn So KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Kit* i- I'roKrum Announcements Roxy SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program LAST TJ.MES TODAY Double Feature OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK Appointment in Mondums 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program PLUS CARTOON: "NO BARKING" HESTER'S BEST GRADE Per TON (Plus Tax on '4 Lous or Mnr S. Highway 61 Phone POplar 3-31S6 EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phc» 2-2115 "HILLBILLY DEACON" With Huh Hurns PLUS CARTOON: "CORN CHIPS" SUNDAY and MONDAY Outcasts...Living by the Law Of the Jungle! SUNDAY and MONDAY SECRET \ OF THE INCUS "2 LOST WORLDS" S'.arring ! I.aura Jim ; KI.UOT & ARNESfi ; Serial "Ounfichters" No 12 | & CARTOON | Sl'N.. & MOX. 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