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OOTTRTE* - Society News - A if-n^OT, Q A »; A tv CMitnr * rhon Miw Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. McKinnon Compliments Bride-Elect Miss Dixie Killian The spacious colonial home of Mrs. Robert Joseph McKinnon in Manila was the setting Sunday for a coffee compli- .Renting Miss Dixie Killian, bride-elect of Don Coulter of. Bits of News Final Plans Are Announced For WSCS Hobby Lobby Nov. 17 Final plans for Hobby Lobby to be held Nov. 17 at First Methodisl Church were announced yesterday when Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church. Nashville, Ark. Miss Killian and Mr. Coulter will exchange vows at First Methodist Church here Sunday. Mrs Fardaman Bilbo Osburne was co-hostess for the event which was attended by approximately 300 guests. Silver champagne buckets filled with mammoth white Fugii chrysanthemums were used in the receiving rooms of the home along antique containers of sweetheart roses. The serving table was covered with a green cloth which was overlaid by white organdy and lace. A massive arrangement of pink sweetheart roses and Dresden figurines formed the centerpiece for the table. These old-fashioned figurines ana pastel birds held miniature candles. Planking this arrangement .were Dresden candelabra holding white tapers. A Lavabo above the buffet in the dining room was the focal point of the entertaining rooms. This Lavabo was filled with the Fugii chrysanthemums. Placed on the buffet were white tapers. The back sitting room of the home was decorated with bouquets of yellow chrysanthemums and red roses. Wearing a green lace dress -with lull skirt and matching cape, Mrs. Biley Boone Jones of Blytheville presided at the table. Mrs. Charles Franklin Stahr, m, greeted guests att he door wearing a white faille sheath dress. She in .turn introduced them to Miss Killian, who wore a black taffeta par- petticoats neckline. Her corsage was a purple throated white orchid. A gardenia corsage was pinned at the shoulder of the black sheath dress worn by Mrs. Robert Killian, mother of the bride-elect. Mrs. McKinnon wore for her party an original blue taffeta dress trimmed in white lace. Mrs. Osburne wore » heavenly 'jlue taffeta dress trimmed in darker blue vel- !t. Others assisting in the entertaining rooms of the home were Mrs. Walter Card, Mrs. Howard Perkins, Mrs. Bill Donner. Mrs. Lewis Townsend and Mrs. Gene Fleeman. The hostesses' gift to the honoree was in silver. Guests attending the affair were from Blytheville, Dell, Manila and Leachviile. ty gown. This gown featured a bouffant Calvary Circles Have Meeting Circles One and Two of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Buddy Baughman yesterday with 17 members and one visitor, Mrs. Edgar Jackson, present. Mrs. H. J, Fondren led the opening prayer with Mrs. L. B. Johnese giving the devotional. Those on program were Mrs. Dale Garner, Mrs. Claude Rowland and Mrs. Fondren. Mrs. Baughman conducted the business session and Mrs. Raymond Bomar dismissed the group. Sew-Easy Tailored Pair B WC Circlet Conduct Meeting Business Women's Circles of First Baptist Church met last night. Circle Eight met at the home of Miss Marie Harnish with eight members present. Mrs. Thelma Atkins gave the opening prayer with Miss Pearl Lee giving the Royal Service program. Miss Ruby Brown conducted the business session with sentence prayer dismissing the group. Circle Nine met at the home of Mri. Raymond Schmuck with eight members and two visitors present. Mrs. Ben Mays was in charge of the program with Mrs. Josephine Rollison leading opening prayer and Mri. Schmuck conducting the business «»ion. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. Qeorga WalU. Circle Ten met at the home ol Mrs. Willie Dobson with 12 members present. Opening prayer was led by Miss Millie Ann Mallory with Mrs. Leon Jones conducting the business ses- ilon. Miss Cliffte Overman gave the devotional. Mrs. Bill Stancil served as pro- jram chairman and was assisted by Miss Gail O'Rear and Mi56 Mickey Allen. Closinc prayer was given by Mrs. JonM. 8335 10-20 Sue Burnett A 'inu.st' for your winter wardrobe pton.s — neat pocketed skirt and a dashing jerkin. Each piece is wonderfully simple to sew. Pattern No, 8,135 is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, skirt, 2 yards of 54-inch; jerkin, % yard. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your mime, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, II!. The new fall & winter '55 issue oi Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-etisy .styles to delight beginner and expert. Don't miss it — .send 25 cents today for your copy. Watch Cleaning $3.50 3 day Strvict Mr. A. B. Ford, registered chren- Dgtaphcr technician with 2t years watchmaking experience, !• now associated with our firm, We are now offering S~d»y wfttch repair service. O'STEENS 111 W. M*ta skirt worn over several colorful and an off-shouldered santhemums W in Fellowship used on the organ Hall. Mrs. George | Mrs. Era Wilson who has been ! visiting her sisters, Mrs. R. P. McCaslin and Mrs. W. R. Hall, left yes- icrdny to return to her home in Wea-therford, Tex. While here Mrs. Wilson was honored with several! parties. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech left to- j day for Miami, Fla., to attend a; bottlers meeting. After the meeting.! they will join Mr. and Mrs. George ; Snyder for a vacation to Jamica j .nd Haiti. They plan to return about Dec. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lynn Morris of Long Beach. Calif., are visit- | Mr _ Helen B row ning was guest ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har- i ]jgl nisn[ lvnen \vesleyan Service vey Morris. ' ' \ Guild of First Methodist Church Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. Maurice | mct jn Fe!loNV ship Hall. This announcement was made by Lee presented vocal and instru- Mrs. W. Ii. Homer, .general chair- [ rnenlal solos during the afternoon, man of Hobby Lobby. ' " * Circle Three of the WSCS was host for the 1 p.m. luncheon, using fall leaves, and pine cones to form centerpieces for individual tables. An arrangement of yellow chry- Y Groups Make Trip, Have Dance The Busy Girls Ora-Y Club from Sudbury School went on a nature hik« to the Indian mound Saturday morning. The girl* carried their lunch. A study of different kinds of leaves and. tree* were made. Those making the trip were June Cochran. Ma- rilce Wells, La Wanda Barnette, Marcla Davis, Mary Lou Weatherford, Mary Mac Hopkins, Cherry Cooper, Mary Helen Oakley Carolyn Croft, Barbara Cable, Patsy Anne Ford, Betty Sue Larkln and Margaret Wright, girls secretary of the Blytheville -Y. Mrs. Jess Homer starwd a square dance class for the sixth grade Oray-Y girls and the grade school football players. Saturday at the Blytheville Y from four to o'clock. "\Mrs. Browning Guest of Weskyan Guild Sales were in Memphis Sunday to attend a Christmas designing school. Mrs. Sales has as her housegucst her father, T. L. Morris, of Piggott. Mrs. Morris has jusi returned (torn a vacation to California. Mr. and Mrs. Burnham Miller of Aspen, Colo., are spending several days here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman. Mrs. Wade Ewart will return to her home in Kosciusko, Miss., tomorrow after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson and Mrs. A M. R. Branson. Mrs. James Barksdalc and Mrs. Malcolm Hale and daughter spen: yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Dellal Lancaster gave the devotional preceding the program on American-Indians with Miss Alice Marie Ross program chairman. She was assisted by Miss Monta Hughes, Mrs. Jack Owen, Mrs. Rex Warren and Mrs. Ira Gray. Mrs. C. A. Vinson presented films on an Indian reservation where her father was instructor in a government school. The business session was presided over by Mrs. George Wiggs. \ Hostesses in the social hour were j Miss-Hughes, Miss Cecil Cassidy i and Miss'sunhine Swift. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant spent _^ , ^-, -i IB weekend in Nashville. Term. '( JSCCOltl V_jll_lD Mr. and Mrs M. J. Cuadra AnAl^^ inters spent the weekend ill ! ^_ „ .ngton. Mo,, visited friends. i I (-. SnOHSOt" lending yesterday in Memphis: J- U vJJJJUHSUi .<» Benefit Party daughters spent the weekend Lexii SPL ... were Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson and Mrs. Eugene F. Still. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Walker and family of Torrance, Calif., will arrive from Mayfieltl, Ky., this week I OSCEOLA — Osceola Progressive to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j c]ul) wi]1 sponsor n benefit party Henry Young. Mr. and Mrs. Walker were called to Mnyfield last week to be with their son. Marcus Walker. 'ho was seriously injured in an automobile accident. Condition of Mr. Walker is reporting to be satisfactory. He was frequent Blytheville visitor. Mrs. Bryan Miley returned to her home in Sheffield, Ala., this morn- after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. Hugh Whitsltt. Mrs. Miley's son, Marty, remained here with his ,unt for an extended visit. Condition of Spencer Bunch, who underwent surgery last week at Baptist Hospital in Memphis, is reported to be satisfactory. He is in Room 725A. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: C. O. Argo, Manila A. G. Mosley, Steele Chlckasa \vbft Hospital Dismissed: Larry Stanley, city Mrs. Raydn Ing, city Leroy Huddleston, city W. E. BoUrjhnou, city Mrs. .James Henson, city Gladys Taylor, city Mrs. L. J. Mills and baby, city Betty Jean Fortner, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ottis Inman, Caruthersville Miss Lucille Russell, city Mrs. F. E. Scott served as program chairman. She presented the devotional and introduced the speaker of the afternoon, Chaplain Don Maxfield. Chaplain Maxfield spoke on '•Women," The business session WAS presided over by Mrs. L. E. Old at \vhk-h time Mrs. B. A. Lynch gave a report- on the Status of Women and Mrs. Harold Eggensperger re- poried on the migrant work center. Mrs. A. C. Haley led the dismissal prayer. Presbyterian Executive Board Meets Executive Board of Women of First Presbyterian Church met at the church yesterday. Mrs, C. M. Gray led the opening prayer with Mrs. George Yates giving the devotional. In the business session, Mrs. John Cherry, annuities chairman, outlined plans for the Joy Gift Program in December and members were reminded of the daily Bible readings, Thanksgiving through Christmas. Plans were made for serving supper to the joint- youth groups Sunday night and Church Paper WeeK, Nov. 7-13 was announced. Repealing of the Mizpah dismissed the group. University Club Has Monthly Party at Hotel Mr., and Mrs. W. M. Jontz, Mr and Mrs. Joe McHaney and Mr, and Mrs. George Green were hosts Saturday night when University Club held its monthly party at Hotel Noble. Guests of the club members were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore, Col. and Mrs. Gordon Timmons, Mr. and 'Mrs. Oscar Elliott, Louis Lynch. BiH Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yaies; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bradley, Mr and Mrs. Robert MeGraw, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wicklen, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blomeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rader, M Mrs. BiH Hutson, Charlie Rose and Miss Mary Myers of Hot Springs. During the evening party foods were served from a table centered with a wicker cornucopia. Flowing from this cornucopia were talisman gladioli, yellow and bronze pompoms, fall leaves, wheat and fruit. Luncheon Precedes WMU Program A 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon preceded le Royal Service program yesterday when Wowen's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met Repeating of rhe watchword and group singing opened the program which was under the direction of Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Jr., led the opening prayer. Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer gave the devotional with Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs. K. D. Marr, Mrs. Luther" Nail and Mrs. W. C. Colston assisting Mrs. Head with the program. Dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. H. H. Brooks." Blomeyer, i i ^—. •r. Mr. andiMrs. oestnnq .arlie Nick • __ —' Half Moon WSCS Meets in the club room on "Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. The following committees were named today by the finance chairman, Mrs. J. W. Edrington, and the club's president, Mrs. Ed Shippen: . . . , Tickets, Mrs. Joe Peterson and LlQhtTOOt Miss Joanne L.iney and members ^ of the Junior Garden Club; refreshments, Mrs. Ed Alders and the Junior Club; Prize committee. Mrs. Goode Bandv, Miss Blanche Clere. Mrs. Hynian Weinberg, Mrs. Ben Nichol and Mrs. Charlie Hale. Harry Levenstein and Arthur Brickey will be emcees. Proceeds from the party will go toward the hospital expenses of a young Osceola man, who through the club, is now in the Osceola Memorial Hospital awaiting his en- ttance on Nov. 21, in the University Hospital in Little Rock. Half Moon Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot last night with seven members present, j Mrs. H. C. Buck .was in charge of I the program "Women in the I Church." Those assisting here were Miss Mary Lightfoot. Mrs. Orval Mitchell. Mrs. B. P. Gay, Mrs. R. L. Hawkins. The mission book, "Christianity and Women", was taught by Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan. Mrs. Shanks Presides at WSCS Meet Mrs. George Shanks presided last nipht, when Women's Society oi Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met for a business session. Mrs. C. T. hamlin led the opening prayer after .which plans were made for a church dinner, Nov. 16. Mrs. hanks dismissed the group. Bible Class A girls' Bible class is being conducted ihe first and third Mondays of each month by Mrs. Lois Gestring of Trinity Baptist Church at her home on 102 West Magnolia. All girls 13 years and older are invited to attend the study. Last nipht .six young ladies met for the study with Mrs. Gestring opening the meeting with prayer. Sentence prayer dismissed the group. Coming Events Tuesday Higli School PTA .meeting at 3 p. in., preceded by executive board mretiiiR al 2:30 p. in. Charlevoix Chapter of DAR meet- Ing at Hotel Noble tor 1 p. in. luncheon. Mrs. T. P. Hughes of Memphis will speak on Roselle and present colored slides. Hostesses will be Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. O. L. Moore. Sudbury PTA. meeting; at 7:30 p. m., preceded by executive board meeting at 7 p. m. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Hoberl I. Thompson. Officers Wives Club of BAFB meeting at Rustic Inn. 12:30 p. m. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. C. M. Smart. Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. H. C. Sims. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. VV. J. Cupples. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C. Modinger. Chapter D PEO meeting at home o( Mrs. C. W. Affiick, 1 p. m. for luncheon. Mrs. W. I. Demon is co-hosiess. Mrs. G. O. Poetz entertained Club Eight at home of Mrs. R. B. Stout. Yarbro PTA meeting at 3 p. m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Everett I. Clark. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at home of Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, 10025 W. Walnut, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Elliott Fletcher Chapter of UDC having luncheon at Rustic inn. 12:3U p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Charles Aiford. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mrs. J. Mell Brooks, Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mrs. S. E. Webb. Burdette PTA meeting at 2:30 p. m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2 p. m. Mrs. Carroll Watson, state president, will be guest speaker. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. William C. McCaughey, 1041 Chickasawba, 7:30 p. m. Thursday Contract Club meeting 1 with Mrs. a. O. Caudill. | Chillion Club meeting with, Mrs. ' W. A. Hollingsworth. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Leonard Olriham. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. J. K. Smart. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mid-Week Club meeting with Grow Old Together BY ALICIA HART NEA Brauly Editor Almost every woman lias noticed how very dowdy her carefully- Inuiulcred lingerie looks when put on in combination with a new slip. It's kind of depressing, but on« of those Inevitable happening! In the life of a wardrobe. At just a few financially Slush times In * brand new at once: her departure gal's lile docs she have everything for school, her wedding, a big anniversary trip. But where It pertains to outer clothes, this matter becomes more significant because it's visible to the public. A brand new hat can make a third-season dress look dowdier than one ever dreamed. Of course, throwing out everything when one buyi a new hat | for morale reasons is Impractical. Many women solve the matter by the "Easter Outfit" teachnlque, and it works weel. A coat or suit, n hat, gloves and a handbag enter the wardrobe at the same time; usually in the fall or spring. They go through the years together. The second season, the suit can be refreshed with some new accessories but when the suit or coat leave* the category of "first best" it (jen- erally clings to the accessories of almost the same vintage. When it gets into the everyday category, it craves the protective coloration of not-so-new companions. If you have a cotton evening dress or dressy outfit., it is wise to have it dry-cleaned a time or two at first because of the many types of finishes used on fabrics these days. Wool dresses should be hung In the air as soon as you take them off to free them from any odors and wrinkles. Hang them straight on the hanger and keep them outside the closet overnight. When pencilling your eyebrows, remember that a pointed eyebrow gives you a slightly quizzical loose, and a lengthened brow adds width to the forehead. In general, the I f.ishion trend for eyebrows is a gen- ! erous natural-looking eyebrow. Avoid furrows between the eyes j from reading. There should be no j glare on the paper, the book should i be fourteen to twenty inches from : the nose. Don't bend over the book, i but bring il up to ihe correct distance. Mrs. M. .0 Usrey, Sr. Friday Friday club meeting with Mra. Bob Logan. Woman's Club meeting at clubhouse for 1 p. m. covered-dish luncheon. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Frank Hall. LaFinesse Club meeting with Mri. Biil Jontx. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35e At All Times TUBS., WED. * THURS. Double Feature ("JAMBSnURTi i RUTHROMUr \ cmtMiOTj IMBMT^ •F^p COUNTRY AND — pThe Little KIDNAPPERS Cartoon "Pelican * Snipt" Extra! Extra! Read All About It! 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