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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 195« — Society News - is Ann Mallory, Society Editor ' Pho Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Provisional Members Honored With Halloween Luncheon Black cats grinning pumpkins and individual fortune predictions marked the places of Junior Auxiliary members at the Halloween luncheon given yesterday at the Country Club. Furthering the Halloween theme i presented these members, were black tapers burning in black These members are Mrs. F. E. wrought-lron holders and hand-, Utley, Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Jr.. Judge Sudbury Guest Shaker at nalrteTgold' and'Te'tf leaves which i Mrs!".'Lynn Hughes, Mrs Kcmpci decorated the table. '. Bn.lon, Mrs^Jolmny White, Mrs nnd Mrs. An arrangement of yellow glndi- Spencer oil, pom-poms and orange fall wheat centered the U-shnpcd table. Masks and pumpkins (lanked; this. Mrs. Eric William S. Whlllcy Rndcr. A welcome verse wns given by Mrs. R. E. Green, dressed as a "'•The occasion was in honor of the i gypsy fortune teller, and ench eight provisional members who; member read their fortune prcdic- wil! become lull members of the; lions. group in December at the comple- j The Luncheon committee was Won of their six-month training. composed of Mrs. Jerry Cohen, period A corsage of yellow daisy! Mrs. Vornon Thomasson and Mrs. type mums tied in black satin were I John Cniidlll. Tuesday Bridge Club Meets With Mrs. Henderson The Tuesday Bridge Club was entertained yesterday by Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Roses and other fall flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the guests were seated. Winners in the games were Mrs. Henderson, high, Mrs, Charles Crigger. second high, and Mrs. Charles Crlgg.er, in, a guest of the group,'bridge. Preceding the bridge games the hostess served a dessert course. NN Bridge Club Entertained by Miss Harber Members oi the NN Brid[fe. Club were entertained last night by Miss Betty Ann Harber. in the bridge games winners were Miss Mclba Pryor, high, Miss Ramona Crafton. second high, and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., bvldifo. Quests of the group were Mra. Carolyn Berry and Miss Janet Nelson. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served a dessert Parent - Teacher Association ol Blytheville High School met yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Hugh WlilLsIt presided over the business session and the devo- lior.nl wns given by Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr. Municipal Judge Graham Slid bury was fciiest speaker of the afternoon and spoke on "Problems with Our Youth—Let's Face Them." Reports by, committee chairman ncrc given. Mrs. O. M. Mitchell a report on the teen-age activities. Mrs. H. C. BlantcireMp reported i the membership and Mrs. H. C. Bush announced the next meet- Ing will be held the second Tuesday Christian Church Groups Meet tian Church met In the homes of their members this week. The Faith Group met with Mrs. J. A. Luckett with Miss Neal Luckett, co-hostess. Mrs. Russell Hays was In charge of the program nnd -ilso gave the devotional. Those participating In the program were .Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. C. L. Moore, Mrs, J. T. Brown, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., Miss Luckett and'Mrs. R. L. Dedman. The Hope Croup met with Mrs. John Durham. Mri, W. D. Cobb presided over the business session when nylons were taken up to be sent to Japan. Mrs, Rupert Crafton was In charge of the program and Mrs. E. M. Terry gave the devotional. Mrs. Albert Taylor was a guest of the group. The Charity Group met with Mrs. J. L. Brooks with nine members present. Mrs. B. F. Brogdon presided over the business session and Mrs. A. P. Boyll , was in charge ol the program. Miss Jesse Srite gave the devotional. Mrs. William Rader was hostess to members of the Love Group. There were 14 members present. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe opened the meeting with prayer and gave a At the Hospitah Blythevflle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, O. J. Rodgers, city Mrs. W, N. Godwin, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Hardy Crawford, city Marie Turner, city Mrs. L. L. Ward and baby, city O. S. Crowell. city Albert Johnson, city Clark Long, city Donald Seger, city report on the district meeting held at Parngould. Mrs. Jerry Morgan was appointed as stewardship chnlrman of the ftroup. Mrs. J, D. Dnvis Riwe the devotional and Mrs. George Cross wns in charge of the program. Those assisting her were Mrs. Morgan and Miss Jjouellu Alley. Mr.s. Jewell Cnrdwell WHS a new member of ihe group. At the conclusion of eacli group meeting an offering WHS taken to be sent to Chrlsllnn Church Center in Little Rock. Hostesses served refreshments. . Nazarene Society Meets at Church Nnznrene Foreign Missionary Society met at the church Monday niRht. Group singing opened the meet- R and MIR. Harold Thompson, Sr., piT.Riricd over the meeting. Thti Rev. Harold Thompson led the op- eninR pvnycv. Mrs. Oscar Alexander gave the devotional and Mrs, Thompson taught the mission study. The group vais dismissed wiVn prayer by Mrs. Eadle Cunniiifilnnn. In November and v.'i!l be a night Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward, Jr., are the parents of a daughter born Friday at the Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, who has £ brother, I L. L. Wnrd. Ill, has been named ;te Yvonne. ..... and Mrs. James Mosley announce the birth of a new daughter born Sunday. The baby, who has been named Jamie Ann, has a brother, Clifford Ray. Mrs. Mosley Is the former Miss Betty Ann Graves. Dallas May, who was injured in nn automobile accident In Corral. III., las', week has been brought to the Chickasawha Hospital. His condition Is reported to be improved. Dr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and children & Martha. Elizabeth, Allen and Richard, or Berkeley, Calif., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hays Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. George Hale. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cook and Mr. and Mr.s. A. E. Caldwell and meeting. Plans suppfr night, Oct. 29, wore announced by Kiwtmis . . . . daughter, Kalhyo, of Dell returned ...flu*, j -. . .Mast night from Columbia. ...... tor tile annual spaRheUl where they attended the Arkansas-) which will be held Friday I Missouri District Convention of| --' •-••'•'• Clubs. Mr. Caldwell '•• Mrs. .foe JlughiJ.s and Mrs. Whitsiu announced the County Council mewling will be held in Joiner Friday. Coming Events Wednesday Study Course at First Methodist Church lit 7:110 p. m. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Randal Hawks, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., entertains GEO Club. Members of Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. J. H. Smart. Mrs. Bob Metcnlfe entertains the Venelredi Bridge Club. LJI Nueve Club meets with Mrs R. E. Green. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains the Chlllion Club. Burdette PTA meets at 2 p.m. Enslslde Garden Club meets ftl Mrs. B. A. BUR for a workshop beginning at 10:M. Club 28 meets at American Le- Ricin Hul. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Flee- mnn, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams imd Mr. nnd Mrs. Rlley Jones are hosti lieutenant-governor of this district. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wsilden and • son have moved into their new The engagement of Miss home at 910 Hearn. I Earl Presnell to Mrs. W. P. Brewer left yester-1 Bratcher Jodnj is announced flay morning for Enid, Oklji., where she will make tier home. She was accompanied by her sis- Mrs. W. G. Kimbrel of Kentucky. Mrs. 0. J. Rodgers, who has . Delta Kajipa Gamma at Cook home of Mrs. Annie Laurie In Dell at 1:30 p.m. FRIDAY Ladles Blbln Cinss meets in Fellowship Hall. First Methodist Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Mary Henley, Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. Oclie Frc?man and Mrs. Wlnfleld Mick arc hostesses. . Jim Tuesday Canasta Club Has Meeting LHE Club meets with Mrs. Hall nt 7:30. SATURDAY Cotillion Club meets in Plantation Room at 9 p.m. A business meeting livm'des, dnnce. Mr, .and Mrs. tf M. Terry, Jr., Dr, nnd Mrs. F. E- Ullcy. Mr. and Mrs. 1. R. Coll'mnn mid Mr. nnd Mrs. Newton Wlntis Miss Edna Presnell Miss Presnell To Become Bride Of N.K Bratcher . . . , been R patient in the Blytheville Hospital, Is now at her home. O. S. Crowcll, who has been undergoing treatment at Chickasawba Hospital, has been removed to his home. Edna :ay _ _ by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Prc-iiicll. Mi;. Bratcher is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bratcher. Miss Presnell is a graduate of Blytheville High School nnd is now employed by American United Life Keep Closet In Neat Order The teen-ager who's fortunate to have her own large closet should I sec to It that it's kept neat and \vell-org5iniznd. Besides storing your clothes, your closet should be fully equipped to jict as a "first-aid station" to repair clothes in need. The shelf within easy reach .should hold these necessities; A sewing kit, a cleaning kit, a good clothesbnish, a pin cushion and ft pad nnd pencil. Besides containing needles, threads, hooks and eyes, your sewing kit should have ribbon to repair the broken shoulder straps of an otherwise good slip. And a card of all colors of yarn will be' handy lor mending snagged sweaters. By wallpapering a few hatboxes, then labeling them "school." nnd "dress," you'll never be at a loss when dressing in ti hurry. Shoe- boxes, covered with wallpaper, make excellent hosiery, glove and scarf boxes. Another must for the well-dressed closet and teen-ager is a shoe kit with shoe creams, cloths, brashes and ti rubber springe for cleaning your drossy surdc shoes. A slioe- IITO is a wise investment, too. for krepniR your shoos in the best of Insurance Company. Mr. Bratcher graduated from Blylheville High School in 1953 and attended Arkansas 3late College in Jonesboro last year. He is now associated in business with his father. Plans for the wedding will be announced later. Tri-Town Club Plays Bridge At Country Club The Country Club was the meet- ins pliice for (lie Tri-Town Club ypf,lerdny when Mrs. Russell Htiynps Parr entertained. A Halloween motif was carried out In the tallies, flowers and party foods. winners in the bridse games ware Mrs. Newton Whitts, high, Mrs. Colcmnn Stevens, second and Mrs. James Terry, Charlevoix Chapter of DAR Meets at Hotel The Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met at Hotel Noble yesterday for its regular meeting. Decorations were tn honor of Columbus Day and the table was centered with art arrangement of Beacon gladioli sprayed light blue and interspersed with blue wheat and ships depicting the Santa Maria, the shop on which Columbus sailed. This arrangement was In a silver blue container. Sea shells were placed down the T-shape tables. The place cards were flagships of the Santa Maria. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Mrs. C. L.- McWaters, Jr. Mrs, E. J. Cure presided over the business session and Mrs. Marlon Williams led the opening ritual, Mrs, F. B. Joyner was guest speaker for the afternoon and chose as her topic, "American Music, Then and Now," Mrs. Frances Gammlll, Mrs William H. Hutson and Mrs. C. L Moore were new members of the group and Mrs. Pearl Jenkins of Memphis was a guest, Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. J. E. Dicks, Mrs. C. L, Me Waters arjd Mrs. H. W. Wylie. Masterpoint Game Played by Bridge League A masterpoint game was conducted by members of the Country Club Bridge League last night when a five-table Ho well Movement was played. , Mr.s. Ruth Eleanor Afllick and Mrs, S. E. Tune were In first place with 72M> points; Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips were in second place with 84 points. In third place were Mrs. Arnold Miller and Mrs. Elizabeth Moore with 57 points. The lone and short of it In hanrt- bags for full combines two shapes .that iue bound to be seon evcry- \vhetv. The long, lenn. nnnow lenlli- ; ov vluU-h btiR, mul the small htmcl- l/.ed purse, in fur nnd velvet rank condition. Marriage Licenses The following couple has receivec a marriage license from the county clerk: John Sanders of Paragould asc Irene Bradford of Ashland, Miss. bridge. Guests of the group were Mrs R. E. Green and Mrs. Stevens. Whenever you take off ft dress i or suit or blouse and hang it, in your ! closet don't forget to reach for your '. pencil and paper. Write a note say- '. ing \vhnt, needs to be done to the; garment before you can wear it again. I After writing "press," "sew," or \ "clean." pin the note right on the ; hanger. Then set aside a couple of | hours each week to take care of, these tasks. Once your closet is J well orpanized you'll find you've • worked out a rewarding .system for j storinp and caring for your clothes, i WANTED Home Economisf Work with cooa esUbllshed company Oegret 01 m*Jor In Home EC Previous experience dcsirahlc but not required Must ttnvp car Glre previous fiiperi- encc married or single educational <7na1iflraMonF nnd »fe. Write Bos A-l % of This N'«wsp&p« „ Miss FloRft SclumerHwh entertained members of the Tuesday Cft- nnstiv Club yesterday nllemoou. Winners in the cnimstn Riirnes . , were Mrs. Ed Jones, n KUt-st M the \ first in importance. Rrnup, high, Mrs. O. O. Klkins. sec- | • • • ond high, and Mrs. Ericlip. Burks j The detflehnbie beiwev collar Rives low. | H luxurious lnok to new tweed eonts Poll flower* decorated the rooms i ami dresses. Suits Iraluvms n bell- where the RUests were scaled The | ( >d jacket nnd pleated skirl hike nn hostess served a dessert course u'. [ a .sirmrl look when the belt is ut i'uv, the conclusion of the cmnes. to imitrli tin- collar. NEW PEAKS IN POWER! NEW HIGHS IN STYLE! SENSATIONAL NEW VALUES! COME IN...CHOOSE YOUR 1955 STUDEBAKER NOW! ompami I J Phone 3-6888 Railroad & Aih Sri. This Your Suit s LIFE Our double duty suit of 55% dacron and 45% wool. You'll live in our miracla suit with that always pressed took. Enjoy its comfortable lack of weight, its determined resistance to wrinkles. Most spots sponge off without benefit of valet or cleaner. Fashioned with masterful notch detail to enhance a gently rounded hip. It's as perfect for you at 8 P.M. as it is at 8 A.M. In charcoal, brown, navy, blue. Sizes 10 to 20 and 12'A to 24'A Christian Dior Adds Attraction To Feminine Leg By DOROTHY ROE AP Women'i Editor There is at least one man In America who approves of Chris- .lan Dior's move to de-accentuate :hc feminine bosom. "Legs are much more interesting," says Gordon Hanes of Wln- ston-Salem, N. C. "In fact, there Is nothing more fascinating than a pair .of shapely feminine legs, perfectly groomed, of course, and sheathed IB the sheerest possible nylon." Young Hanes, scion of a distinguished Winston • Salem family starred with tycoons, spends much of his time while in New York walking down 5th Avenue looking at women's legs. He even does it when accompanied by his attractive wife, and comments openly to her when he spots an outstanding set of gams. Mrs. Hanes does not become- hysterical on these occasions but views the exhibit with academic Interest and perhaps a constructive comment, such as: "They are very good indeed, dear, but did you notice the ones on the red-haired girl across the street?" The reason for all this is that looking at legs is Hanes' business. As head of the nation's biggest hosiery mills, he's been doing it for years, and probably knows more about the proportions and characteristics of American legs than any other one Individual In the country. Since he was a mere sprout, Hanes knew that some day he would 'take over his father's hosiery manufacturing business, and so he set about learning all he could about It. He decided one of the most important contributions he could make was observing how different kinds of stockings looked on various legs, and how they could be Improved. The result of this research was that he decided girls' legs looked prettiest in stockings without seams. The hosiery must, of course, fit the ankle perfectly, with no wrinkles or bags — must look in fact, like a second skin. "The bare-leg look is the thing, says Hanes. '^But of course stockings have to improve on bare legs, Annie Armstrong Circle Has Mission Study The Annie Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church met with Mrs. H. E. VanCleve last night with nine members and one visitor present. Group repeating of the watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. Lois Lions. Mrs. P. L. 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