The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULT 18, 19W \ Society J\tew& Pat MulMus, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Osceola Couple Complimented at Supper-Dance OSCEOLA — A buffet supper- dance in the country was given Tuesday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf and Mr. and Mrs. W. V- Alexander complimented Mr. and Mrs. R. Snow Wilson at the Ohlendorf home. Upon Mrs. Wilson's arrival she Mrs. Hill Celebrates 75th Birthday Mrs. R. N. Hill. Sr., celcbn.ted her 75th birthday last evening with 40 members of her family attending a supper party given in her honor by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blaylock at the Shrine Club. Out-of-town guests included Harmon Kobinson of Cornins, Ark., Mrs Roy Turner of Texarkana, and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hill, Jr., of Bervard. N. C. , Summer flowers were arranged to fet style. Another table was centered by a tiered birthday cake anc laden with gifts for the honoree. Flowers forming various arrangements were placed at vantage point! throughout the club. For her birthday celebration, Mrs, Hill chose a gray and orchid silk print dress and pinned an orchid corsage at her shoulder. Guests spent the evening after supper in informal entertainment, was presented with a corsage white rose buds by the host.s- [ Gathering around the buffet ta-1 ble. which was covered by a ma- t deria cloth, were the !5 couples in- j vited to the affair. Candlelight nnd | ii V/• • .white asters, liliee nnd gladioli cen-1 nOnOlb V 151(0(5 tered the table. | Throughout the house, white | flowers in gladioli, lilies daisies and ' j run the length of the long table | and Mrs. Hill displayed her birth-" ! from which supper was served buf- day gifts. Colonial Room Scene of Meet Eleven tables of members of the *ivi.v'.u '" [J...M.V..., ..».*,u *.... u .~v, ....v. mtii iiuin mi; yum. Liiuyu j'li'jiuy- Beginner's Duplicate Brides Ijeatrus l asters were used to carry out the; tei - j:1I , Ho me for Children in Moll- [met at the Mirror Room yesterday] Herman Lawler and Donna Abdie Vera Lloyd Prcsby- bridal theme. Special guests were the Couple'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gillespie, and Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Polk. Serving dishes in silver was presented the couple by the host Mrs. J. W. Purtle leaves today for St. Louis, where she will enter Barnes Hospital for treatment. Her son, Robert Purtle, will accompayn her there. Mrs. R. C. Turner and son, R. C., Jr., of Texarkana, Ark., have arrived her for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Kathleen Thomas, and her aunt, Mrs. w. W. Hawkins. Col. and Mrs. George M. Powell nd son, George K., have arrived 3 be the guests of Mrs. Powell's arcnts. Judge and Mrs. O. E. Keck. The Powell's arrived in Seattle, Wash., from Japan, where Col. Powell was stationed for 30 nonths, and visited his parent- n route here. They will report 3 Hot Springs, where Col. Powell /ill report to the Army-Navy Hos- ital there for duty. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones of arson Lake have as their guests, icir (laughter, Dr. Margaret Chan- nd Dr. Martin Chanin and sons, Phillip and Bobby of Ann Arbor, Mich.; Mrs. Jones' brother ticello are spending this week In j afternoon for their weekly session. | c. L Canady and Mrs Canadv of Blythcville and are ,bcing entertain- j North and South winners were ~ '" ed at parties nnd other activities J Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. W. T. Dell GA Has Program-Meeting Members of the Junior Girl's Auxiliary of the Dell Baptist Church met at the church Tuesday afternoon for the program, "Lifting the Lepers." Mrs. Clinton Smith gave the devotional and affered prayer. Bonnie Williams, Donna Motter, Mickey Hinch, and Billie Davis, gav the program. Mickey Hinch offer ed the benediction and refresh ments were served. planned for them throughout the j Rainwater, first place; Mr Cameron. Tex.; and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Worley of Dallas, Tex. Dr! I iviuuwaier, nrsi place; Mrs. w. D. [ and Mrs. Chanin leave Friday for week. I Chamblin and Mrs. Marvin Robin- a visit with her sister, Mrs. w. B. ,br skirt and jacket <r ie hf,r als'o Vlace over ut to stand away from the body, buttons with brilliants. Com. pletely sil.y touch (center) appears in square cotton luce parasol that not only won't beat off the rain, it won't protect you from ' While they are here, Donna is the i houscguest of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. i second place; Mrs. w. A. Af- f!,'f_ k , _?_ nd Mr f •_ . R °!i«t_ Killlan, Their T er..,-nn t thus far this week has included picture show parties, fishins. swimming, pony ing and informal parties. . McWaters, first place Srf c"? Mrs S E' , rid- Ti me and Mrs w H ' pea y e ond place; Mrs. H. C. Sims . . . Mrs. Floyd White, third place; and Circles Two, and Circle of the First Presbyterian Church enter- j Mrs. Harry W. Haines and tained this week at the Huge home I J. w. Adams, rourtn. and Thorning, and Dr. Thorning Houston, Tex., and will go later to McAllen, Tex., to be guests of her brother. Dr. Harrell Jones and Mrs. Jones. They will drive to Los Angeles to make their home, where Mrs. Chanin will be associated with the University of California. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hill of Ber- Designer Jane Derby Shows White Lace By GAILE DUGAS NBA Woman's Editor NEW YORK (NEA) — In a day when rickrack is used to trim cashmere sweaters and the tweed sheath worn to dinner, the uses of lace If You Wear A Half Size with a picnic supper following nn afternoon of games nnd contests the lawn. Thirty six children from the church were guests. Mrs. Zal Harrison, chairman Circle Two and Miss Lois Field chairman of Circle Six assisted Mr Bugg and Mrs. Logan in eiHeriair ing. Mrs. Gordon Harris is to be hoe tess this afternon at her home fo an inform ill party and shower lion the two visitors. Guests wi call from three "Ho five in the aft ernoon. Annual Picnic 'fanned by Church Friday at 7 p.m. is the time chos en by members of the First Baptis Church to conduct their annual pic ntc. which Is to be at the Shrin< Club, located on Edwards Street ii David Acres. Each family has been asked to bring an "old fashioned plcni< unch. Iced drinks, paper plates and 'orks are to be furnished by the ihurch. A lighted playground, adjacent to he club house, is to be used by he children. Sponsored by the 7MU and Brotherhood, the affair 111 be under the leadership of Mrs Cendal.1 Berry. WMU president, anc D. Swanner, brotherhood prcsi- ent. Memorial Service Is Planned Here dy Sue Burnett You'll be pleased with this hand- m "" b *L°l ^!^..l^.. Friday evening al eipht o'clor.k, Dr. Alfred Vise will conduct the regular Sabbath Services at Temple Israel here. He will include a memorial service in memory of Abe Nickol of Osceola, a former some frock for that is designed especially for the shorter figure. Nicely detailed, with a gracious feminine air. Pattern No. 8094 is a sew-rltc perforated pattern in sizes 14'i 16'» 1814. 2014, 22VJ. Size 16',, short sleeves, 4-?i yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size de- dress-up occasions ^ ™ s ki!le " "' nc "°" "> World July, 13, 19-I-I, in Prance. Dr. Vise will- use as his sermon subject. "There Is No Peur of Death." It was announced yesterday that a bridge class is to. be conducted by O. S. Crowe.ll, under the sponsorship of the Beginner's Duplicate Bridge Leagf • on Tuesday and Friday afternoons at the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Love Group Meeting Held Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. B. F. Brogdon were hostesses Tuesday night to members of the Love Group of the First Christian Church. After the group repeated Lord's prayer, a brief session -as conducted. Mrs. J. C. Lowe conducted the program 'Factories at Work," with the assistance of Mrs. J. w. McHaney and Mrs. Robinson. They were dis- nisscd with the missionary ben- Mlctlon, after which the hostesses served party foods and Iced drinks. Thirteen members and one guest Its. Eric, Whitley attended the meeting. vard, N. C., arrived yesterday for a are not ln the conventional manner brief visit with Mr. Hill's mother Mrs. R. N. Hill, Sr. Harmon Robinson has arrived from Corning, Ark., to be the guest of his mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Herman Lawler and Donna bolt of the Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Home for Children, Monticello, Ark., are spending this week in Blytheville. While here, Herman is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan and Donna is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Mrs. John Walker, Miss Lucy Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson returned yesterday from Trenton, N. J., where they spent ten days. They went especial- ce Cream Supper anned by WSCS Friday evening at Lake Street Methodist Church, an ice cream upper will be held by members of i he Woman's Society of Christian I ited the My to take Mrfi . Tonl Bruschi and business ch udven. who had spent three weeks here. While there, Mr. and Mrs- Thompson went to New York City to visit her uncle, Duffle Sykes nnd family. They returned through the Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. B.obby C. Watson of Crawforcisville, Ark., are the parents of their second child, a daughter, whowas born at CrUtenden County Memorial Hospitnl. West Memphis, Tuesday. The baby, who has a sister. Robin Carroll, 2, has been named Judith Anne. Mrs. Watson, the former Miss Mary The latest is lace shorts. And then there are wispy aprasols (the size of a lartie handkerchief) made of lace. eNither of these may seem overly important (and to the average woman they aren't), but they Ab- are an indication of a brand-new way of thinking that will affect the average woman. The new thinking is this: a fabric (or a fashion) is no longer rigidly limited to a certain time of day nor is it confined to combination with only one other fabric (wool jersey with satin or lace with velvet). These days, brocade meets tweed and the two get on pleasantly together. That most women take readily to new fashion ideas has been proved again nnd again. This is something that men have never understood. Of the suit (or the earrings, shoes or hat) could be worn with pride last year, why Isn't it equally j good this year? | Well, often it is because it has to | be. There isn't money for something new. But if there isn't, you can be that a woman will find a way to alter the old to conform to the new as nearly as possible. And if there is money, she'll buy the new simply because a new way to look, to herself and others, is always exciting. to the lace short nnd the parasol.+We don't need either, of course, just ' as we don't actually need many things that contribute to pleasure in living. We could get by in a gunny sack or what used to be known as the bungalow apron But who wants to? OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39e At All Times ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Anne Smith, daughter of Mrs. Anne j R. Smith, will arrive here Monday \ Tni3 brings us all the way back for three weeks. Trinity Class Conducts Meeting Members of the Mary Martha •ei'Vice. Homemade cake and Ice cream •ill be sold by the group, with pro- ccds from the sale going to pay class of Trinity Baptist Church or church kitchen equipment. | mft at the home of Mr5 H( , r5hcl in case or rain, the group will | Roberts Tuesday night with 13 at old the supper inside the churcl itiher. than on the lawn as plan od. At the Hospitals Eired, and the PATTERN NUMBER , Dismissed: to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 373 "-"'-' "~ W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111 Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, Is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Blythcvillo Hospital David Howell. Dell Jasper "Tolinifin. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Doyle Timer, City Chester Lewis, Cily Mrs. Ivn Trovbridce, Cily Mrs. E. R. Smith, nnd baby. City arty Is Given "or Joyce Booles Twenty four guests were enter- (fiineci at a goiiitf-awny given Tuesday nlRht to honor Joyce Booles at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Evans. They are mnvtng to H.-iyti. Games were conducted on the lawn, and party foods were served throughout the evening. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a, marriage license in the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Little Carole K. Roach and Her Piano She Is tht queen of the South and al the _a BC of 1 little Carole saved 48 silver dollars to help her parents pay for a bcajitiful piano from BEARD'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC In ParaBouId. Little Carole \von the honor of bcinf chosen "Ml ss Junior Rlythe- vllle" two years ago. She is the only daushtcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Roach, 1309 Holly St., and Is learning to play the piano beautifully. At BEARD'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC you will find new piano, from |«7 »nd up md food used, thoroughly rebuilt pianos from $95 and upl BUY AT BEARD'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC PARAGOULD, ARK. "One of the Soulh's Oldest & Lar K esl Piano Stores*' We Sell and Serve ending. The host-ess began the meeting with a prayer, after which Mrs. E G. Lovcll gave the devotional Mrs Herman Adalr offered the benediction and the hostess served refreshments. Blythe Parker: Jack M. Vance and Ruby N. Dowler, both of Manila. LITTLE LIZ— Some people hove minds like concrete—all mixed up and permanently set Coming Events Frirlsy Mrs, Terry Prevent and Mrs- Leon Davis entertain members of Switch and Chatter Club with a picnic at Walker Park. LarUrs Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has 3 p.m. meeting at the church- Hostesses are ifrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. H. G. Haley, and Mrs. Lois Moreland. Mrs. Billy Joe Gran is hujj'osr to members of .the Vcndredi Bridge Club at the Rararback Drive-In. LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature ALAN THURSDAY - FRIDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING '-TECHNICOLOR-^) —PLUS— TAXI MISTER With William -Bendix CARTOON: Dumb Hounded VBOHmKarxM FRI & SAT Double Feature . LOOKING FOR LOVE IN THE SHADOWS! 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