PAIR BtTTHETlLLS (ARK.) COURIER MBWi FRIDAY, MARCH t, — Society News - • Ann Mallnrv finrintv RHitnr f Phn HiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Touch of Sunshine Added By Jonquils When Clubs Meet Adding a touch of stinshine to the entertaining rooms of homes yesterday, when Thursday card clubs met, were" the bouquets of jonquils used. Mrs. L. A. Brandon used jonquils | home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. along with other sprmg blossoms decorate her home when she erne tained PS Bridge Club with luncheon. Guests were Mrs. David Rosse of Pine Bluff and Mrs. Joe Joynei In the bridge games, winners we Mrs. J. W. Turner, high, Mrs. Eve eti I. Clark, second high, Mrs. Ro settl, traveling and Mrs. Joyni bridgo. Jonquils and hyacinths were til floral arrangements used by Mr E. B. Gee when she was hostess guest, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. Mrs. Ruth Tanner and J. E. Die were game winners. Mid-Week Club members and>t' guests, Mrs. Walter Morrow a Mrs. R. A. Porter, played at t Chinese Party Given for Dell Supper Club Dell Supper Club members an guests were entertained with Chinese party last week at the Le gion Hut by Mr. and Mrs. Po Etchieson, Mr .and Mrs. Haro: Doyle and Mr. and Mrs. Barne Crook. Ninety attended the affair wit the guest list including Maj. an Mi». Bob Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Mel via Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ma White, Capt. and Mrs. Erwi Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thoinp son, Dr. and Mrs. George Vernon Dr. and Mrs; J. G, Runco, Dr. am Mrs. Bill Green and Mr. and Mrs Ttank Peelt. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eubanis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ma hon, Mr. and Mrs. Qlenn Teague Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb, Capt. and Mil. Jim MatUngly, Capt. and Mrs Loua Philippt, Capt. and Mrs. Austin W. Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henley and Mr. »nd Mrs. BUI Slack Make It In A Few Hours t>y SUP Burnett The type of dress you just about live in during the daytime — crisp and lovely, and a style the beginner can turn out quickly. Pattern No. 8382 Is ir/sizes 12&, 14%, 16',4, IS'/j, 20'/i, 22>4, 2414. Size H'i, 3% yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Blytheville Courier News; 372 W. Quincy Stre.et, Chicago 6, m. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring & Summer '56 edition of our complete pattern magazine Basic FASHION. It's filled with smart, easy to sew designs, special features. REVIVAL SERVICES N»w In ffftnit. When: Ptnlr- (WUI AwraHj, mi e. Main Slrtfl. TliMi 7>M Nek «T»nl»ir. h tartM W atttnl. w<H k* 4*M Vj Her. C, Vu Mktor with tkt Mr The usual weekly luncheon was held with Mrs. Lynch using a St. Patrick's Day centerpiece and placing jonquils in the rooms where games were played. High scores went to Mrs. . J. Louis Cherry and Mrs. H. H. Houchins. A dessert-bridge for LaNueve Club members and one guest, Mrs. Fred Kelly, was given at the home of Mre. Melvin Halsell. Mr«. Halsell used jonquils on her individual tables. Mrs. Blan Heath and Mrs. Kelly Mrs. Charles Nick Rose was a guest yesterday when Mrs. Alex Curtis entertained Kibitzer Club at the home of Mrs. Charles Rose in Roseland. .. Winning the games were Mrs. Nick Rose and Mrs. Robert McHaney. The hostess also used jonquils to decorate for the dessert-bridge. Mrs. E. R. Jackson won high, Mrs. O. O. Elkins, second and Mrs. Mary Hatfield, third yesterday when Chillion Club met at the home of Mrs. Sally Freeman. A guest of the club was Miss Rasa Schuneritsch, Mrs. Freeman served a salad course during the afternoon. The Thursday panasta Club met at the home of Mrs. Marvin Hall it night. Mrs. Hall invited as guest, Mrs. James Westbrook. Mrs. J. T. Ritchey and Mrs. Denny Byrum were winners at the dessert»arty. Bits of News P.r*ona(\ Edwin Wallace Jonquils centered the luncheon table when Mrs. Chester Caldwell ras hostess to Thursday, Contract aub'for Its weekly luncheon and fternoon of bridge games. Seated at the table with club lembers were Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Irs. C. E. Crilgger and Mrs. Two of the guests, Mrs. Crigger and Mrs. Farr, walked off with high cores in the games. Edwin Wallace Voted to Offices In Fraternity Edwin Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs W. E. Wallace of Blytheville, has been voted worthy chaplain and social chairman of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at University of Arkansas. Edwin was selected outstanding pledge of ATO for 1955 and he has been chosen as one of two persons to be sent to the National Congress of Fraternities which will convene at Mackinac Island on Lake Michigan in September. He is a junior in the school of architecture at the University. Coming Events FRIDAT Chicken supper at dosnell School afeteria sponsored by Oosnell HD 'nib, 5 to 8 p.m Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs W. W. Watson. 2 p.m. Mrs. H. L. Chambers is co-hostess. Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma *hi having a progressive Mexican ush party. The group will meet t the home of Mrs, Randall Hawks, p.m., to begin the party. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- ng. University Club meeting at Hotel •Joble, 9 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Charles iloore, Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Heg- nold and Mr. and Mrs. Everett 'eterson are hosts. MONDAY Rainbow Girls sponsoring spa- hetti supper at Masonic Temple, to.8 p.m. WM0 of First Baptist Church eeting at church for Royal Serv- ce program, 3 p.m. Canasta Party Given for Jaycettes A canasta party for Jaycette members was given last night at the home of Mrs. Cecil ConneU. Winning the games were Mrs. Corner Smith, Mrs. Betty McAllister and .Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., At the conclusion of the evening's entertainment the hostess served cake and coffee. Five guests were present at the party. Mrs. Adkisson Hostess to Armorel Club Mrs. R. L. Adkisson was hostess yesterday to Armorel Home Demonstration Club for a potluck luncheon. Ten members and four visitors were present. Mrs. Peggy Buchanan, Mrs. Mike Buchanan, Mrs. John Walden am Mrs. Lee Stiles were the visitors. In the afternoon business meeting, Mrs. Peggy Buchanan gave the devotional from the book ol Acts followed with prayer by Mrs Pat Patterson. It was decided by those presenl that the straw hats and bags project would be finished at a workshop to be held at Forty and Eigh Community Center, March 15. Mrs. Taft Metger and Mrs. Stiles were contest winners. Mr. and Mn. R. H. Bltylock *nd children have returned from For Meyers, Flu,, where they visited Mr and Mrs. J. W. Shinn and family Mr .and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry anc Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Whitner will be in Jonesboro tonight where Mrs Henry will serve as a judge for the fraternity and sorority songfest a Arkansas State College. Mrs. L. O. Gill spent Wednesday in Memphis visiting her brother Elbert Walker, a patient in Baptisi Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall will spend the weekend in Fayetteville visiting their daughter, Mrs. Pat Mtgruder, and Mr. Magruder. Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola are in LiUle Rock visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Riggs. Ovsr the weekend the group will attend the races at Hot Springs. Mr. and -Mrfe—Rr-D. Hughes Exclusive Fashions By This Style at Shown It K> fill. " f-u I \uffina /// // ^ $T95 Found only at LaBelle Shop in Blytherille Whitsitt': La Belle Shop announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has not been named. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wright and Mrs. J. G. Trieschman will spend the weekend in Fayetteville visiting their children, Harold and Patti Deen Wright, and Sally Trieschman, students at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardin, Jr., and Mrs. Ed Hardin III of Memphis will be the weekend guests of Mrs. Ed Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Sanders returned to their home in Tunica, Miss., yesterday after a visit here with her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. D. S. Glenn returned to his home in St. Louis yesterday after having ipent the past week here visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchtns. Mrs. M. A. McDermotfc is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. She in Room C-3. Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson have returned from a Florida vacation. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lemons re- ;urned Wednesday from a vacation spent in Avon Park, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White were in Memphis last night to at- end the wedding of Miss Frances Crouch to W. P. Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Von Hofe and children of Memphis will be weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. K. L. Adkisson and Mr. Adkisson. Mrs. Nina Thompson of Morgan Field. Ky., is the houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. Connie Modinger ind family. Mrs. M. George is undergoing reatment at Chickasawba Hospital. SLIM AND BEAUTIFUL — The slim and beautiful black dress for Easter Sunday is done by Roxane of Samuel Winston in black silk linen. This sleeveless sheath is beltless; yoke is in sheer black chiffon. Pink flower petal hat is by Lilly Dache, itronge Ignorance PICKENS, S.C. UP)—When a de- iendant pleaded guilty to. violation of the liquor laws he Insisted he didn't know the name of the person who sold him the whisky. Circuit Judge Joseph R. Moss said :he case reminded him of a similar one he had handled. The de- 'endant in that case "did not know his own father-in-law," Moss remarked. Modify the Extremes By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Shoulders are up, shoulders are out; shoulders point skyward or they slope earthward. The cut of the shoulders in ready-made clothes changes from season to season, just as the hemline does. If a woman is wise to what is most becoming to her, she tries her best to pick the popular styles that are closest to her optimum garment. For instance, a woman with big shoulders should be careful to select clothes with minimally padded shoulders, in a season when shoulders are square. A garment pad- slope-shouldered square-shouldered naturally square' ded to make woman look would make a shouldered woman look like a football uniform. On the opposite side. with round shoulders, during t season when round shoulders are fashionable, should try to avoid the extreme styles — raglan sieves, for instance. She would look like a church steeple in them. A little bit of tailoring after the gti i merit is bought can assist these women with extremely square or extremely sloped shoulders. But selection is by far more important. A suit jacket is made and steamed over the shoulder pads in it so that trie fabric actually has contour. If these pads are removed or radically altered, the rest of the suit will cease to fit. Don't encourage your husband to pick out your clothes if you want to be well-dressed. While some men (a very few) have excellent taste, most of they have some vague notion that their wives should look like candy box covers or wear [something like the dress in which woman they were married. We are happy to announce the North 61 at Highland Avenue Will Reopen Saturday, March 3rd Free Cones-1 p.m.-5 p.m, We offer the Fastest Service, The Finest Quality Frozen Desserts SHAKES — MALTS — SUNDAES — CONES PINTS - • Quarts - - HALF GALLONS i DELICIOUS BARBECUE — HOT DOGS BEEFBURGERS --- HAM -•- CHEESE HOT COFFEE COLD DRINKS SNO QUEEN is locally owned Serving dairy products with TASTEMARK MIX From trM Most Modern and Sanitary Machinery! —Come. See Us- • • Mrs. Gilbert Smythe and true* Bernard Gooch, Oscar Hardaway Bridge Winners Bernard Gooch and Oscar Hard away were winners last night In the six table Howell movement played by Duplicate Bridge League. Mr« Frank Qrigsby and Harry Levensteln were second with 65 points and Mrs. Ed Peters of Caruthersville and Mrs..Jim Roleson were third with 61 points. The winners had ft total of 65V2 points. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Billy Porter and baby, city. Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Billy Nash and .baby, Holland. Mrs. J. H. Oarman, Cooter. Dollie. Thomas, city. Marcus Meachm, Manila. MfsTDavid Seyliiure, city: Eliss Webster, city. Ear] Armstrong,' Steele. Mrs. Coady Eaton, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Teresia Shine, city. Rev. Johnson Honored by J. 0. Y. Circle Th« Rev. J. J. John»on was honored with i surprise birthday party last night at the conclusion of the meeting of J. 0. Y. Circle of Beacon Baptist Church. Circle members presented him • suit and accessoriw. Mrs. Johnny Reed was hostess to the six members and nine visitors present. Mrs. Billy Clay opened the meeting with prayer. The business session was in charge of Mrs. James Hampton whe introduced two new members, Mrs. Frankie Hall and Mrs. Walter Colliers. Mrs. Bob O«nn, Mrs. Cl»y and Mrs. Roy Schunan gave the program on "Jesus Tempted." Closing prayer were given by Mr§. Junior Presnell and Mrs. Hampton. MonLShoe Shop Expert Shoe Repair Good Shoes at Good Prices 112 S. Broadway Moses Art Classes 316AS. Lake St. Biytheville, Ark. Mrs. K. M. Moses, Instructor Classes Start Mon., March 12 CLASS INSTRUCTION $5.00 Per Month PRIVATE INSTRUCTION $1.00 Per Hour Specializing in Child Instruction Stepping Into Spring at Wfefoflf'$ , YOUTHCRAFT fashions the long-hodied line in Park Avenue, aristocrat of the cotton world. A long stretch of jacket is cresled by an Oriental neckband collar, cufed below the hips, and poised over a skirt that's lithe and lean. Dressy detail — a white Linette bow buckled with blazing rhinestones. Charcoal, blue or nutmeg. Sizes 7 to 17. —IMPORTANT!— Whitsitt's and Whitsitt't LaBelle Shop will be open until 8 p.m. each Saturday night until Easttr. Found only at Whitsitt's it's Whitsitt': "ticoutt You Llki Smart TMitgt"
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