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PAGE FOUR (ARK.)' COURTER KBWI WEDNESDAY, TUIT Societu, Pat MuIMns. Society Editor t Phon« 4461 Bride-Elect Is Honored at Dessert Bridge Mrs. Jim Stockley of Marlon, Ark., Engaged Couple Honored With Dinner Party Among the pre-nuptial events who is here as the guest of her mo- given (or Miss Charlene Ruth ther, Mrs. S. S. Patterson, eompli- Blankenship and her fiance, Elwyn mented Miss Ida Vivian Taylor,' cocliran Caldwell, was n dinner the bride-elect of Paul David Fos-i party. Riven at eisht o'clock last ter. Jr., with a dessert bridge. evening at the Shriner's Club. The event was given at Hotel No- Hosts and hostesses for the af- ble in the Pine Room, and was at- ; fair were Mr. and Mrs. Udell New- tended by four tables of guest. ; sum. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mr. Miss Taylor, who will be married } nnd Mrs. Harry Cook and Mr. and next month, is the daughter of Mr. Mrs. Ed Karelin. *nd .Mrs.. Adam Harman Taylor. A pink linen dress with black ac- Rose and gold provided the colors ccsso ,.i,,,; i vas worn by the biide- chosen by the hostess. Centerpieces,. e]K , t for the party and she wns tallies, place cards and the giH: glven a Corsn6:e O f white carna- packages were suggestive of the t)ons sel )„ ,, llf f s of mn ] me and] EVANGELIST—The Rev. "nar i loops of velvet tied with satin. motif. Miss Taylor wore, for the occasion mlxed flowerj a sheath dress in natural "Ik Wth , complementing accessories and was ; h entertaining room >• Mrs- Patterson. Miss Gay Garrigan took top honors in the afternoon's bridge,, with •econd going to Miss Barbara Monaghan. The honoree received a gift in her Bllver pattern. h „ , , i was designated by n miniature bride j and groom encircled with white i roses. j During the informal evening, they i were presented a relish dish in their } crystal pattern. Mrs. Cresap Is Honored at Shower Mrs. Bobby Crefiap, a recent bride •nd the former Miss Tommle Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robertson, was honored with » surprise miscellaneous shower last •week. Th« party was given at Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, following ft meeting. An aqua cotton dress wai worn by the bride at the occasion, which WH attended by about 20 guests. MM. Robertson, the honoree's mother wu a special guest. Club League Conducts Meeting A ieyen-tebl» Mitchell movement WM conducted last night at the mwtlng of Country Club Duplicate Bridge League at the club. North and South winners included Harry W. Haines and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, first place, with Mrs. Harry W. Halnee and Mrs. H. C. 81ms winning second place. East and west winners were Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, first place, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stacy, second. Luncheon Given For Visitor Mrs. Harry Wilson of Little Rock and Fayctteviile. who has spent several days in BlythevllLe as guest of Miss Ramona Crafton, was complimented at a luncheon Monday when Miss Barbara Monaghan was hostess. Mrs. Wilson 18 housemother at the Delta Delta Delta sorority house 'at University of Arkansas, and the eight guests included students and graduates of the University. Green and white caladlum leaves with white althea were combined to form a centerpiece for the table, and was flanked by green tapers. The afternoon was spent on the sunporch in Informal entertainment. Birthday Party Is Given in Home Billy Fraser celebrated his first birthday at the home of his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Fraser Monday. Colored balloons were given to the 17 children, who spent the afternoon In playing Informally on the lawn and In the honoree's plastic swimming pool. Ice cream and cake were served at the conclusion of the party. Informal Drop-In Given at Dell Mrs. U. S. Blandenshlp and Mrs. R. B. Crawford entertained yesterday at the Blankenship home at Dell for approximately 100 friends at an informal drop-in given to honor Miss Charlene Ruth Blankenship. bride-elect of Elywn Coehrtin Cald- ty foods with iced drinks on the old F. Menke of Houston, Texas, will be guest speaker at a revival which begins today at the Cooler Baptist Church, and ' will end Aug. 7th. The Rev. Mr. Menke recently returned irom the Holy Land, and will report on Communism behind the Iron Curtain and his experiences In the Holy Land. Auxiliary Seeks Used Clothing The Blytheville Junior Auxiliary today Issued a plea for used clothing and household articles which the group sells at, its Thrift Shop each Saturday to raise funds for its welfare projects. Mrs. I. R, Coleman, Thrift Shop chairman, said "We particularly need women's dresses in sizes 18 to 20." Donors may call Mrs. Coleman at 3550. Profits from the Thrift Shop, which li located on South Second Street across from Delta Implement Co., are used to help finance Junior Auxiliary Child Welfare projects. These include the Lange School for Exceptional Children, the eye-testing program in the elementary schools, the Library Story Hour and the school milk fund for underprlv- leged children. Bridge-Canasta D arry Is Given The monthly bridge and canasta larty for members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was given at the Bustle Inn last ivening, with Mrs. Virginia Abbott as hostess- Dessert wafi served preceding the evening's entertainment. A large bouquet of mixed summer Jlossonis was placed on a long ta- Mr. and Mrs. Olen Alllnn and grandson, Benny, hav« returned from St. Louis, where they vliited Mr. Allison's Bfeter, Mrs. Orana young, and his brother, Sam Allison, and In Tennessee with other relatives. J. D. Via, who was In Ha Tenn., visiting relatives, accompanied them home. Mrs. James Barksdale and daughters, Susan and Mrs, Prank. Wagner. Jr., and Misses Pat Wagner and Emadel Swearengen left today for Jackson, Miss., where they will be guests of Mrs. Barkedale's sister, Mrs. B. N. Nichols, and Dr. Nichols. From there they will so to Biloxi and New Orleans for a 10-day vacation. Mrs. John Smothermon arrived home yesterday from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis where she underwent surgery last week. She wafc .ccompanied by Mrs. Jim Smothermon, who has been with her, and is now recuperating at the Jim Smothermon home. Her condition Is reported to be satisfactory. Mrs. Damon McLeod was called to East St. Louis today because of the death of her brother, J. W. Choat, who died yesterday. Funeral services for Mr. Choat, a frequent visitor in Blytheville, are to be conducted Friday at Woodson Chapel in Eddie- vllle. Ky. Mrs. E C. Williams underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital in Mem- Dhls yesterday. Her condition this mornng was reported to be satisfactory. Miss Carmen Cary returned from a two week's vacation trip to Cal- fornia, Texas and Mexico. She ac- :ompanied Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Day md daughter, Modine, of Memphis, md formerly of Blytheville. At the Hofpitalr Blythcvlll* Hospital Dismissed: Connie Sanford, Steel*. WalU Hoipital Dismissed: Mrs. Mandy Emery, Haytl. Joe Rhce Truff, city. Euby Mason, city. Mr«. Bob Brown and baby, city. Mrs. Miles Weaver, Hornersvill^ Mo. SAILING ON THE GULF — Five Blytheville girls are shown sailing in the gulf at Camp Gulf Park, Long Beach, Miss. They are Sally McCutchen, Nella Woods, Elaine Richardson, Glenda Lee Poetz. and Mary Jane Seymore with Billy Wilkes, instructor. The . girls are spending the summer at camp. Church WSCS Group Conducts Meeting Thirteen members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of was hostess to Circle Two Monday j Lake Street Methodist Church of the Trinity Baptist Church in i gathered at the church Monday ; for a business session con- Trinity Circles Have Meetings in Homes Mrs. Arah Speck was hostess to Circle One and Mrs. R. W. Wooten their homos. Mrs. Speck entertained eight members .and one new member, Mrs. J. W. Williams, with three Mr. and Mre. A. D. Priest and guests.Jtfrs. Harvey Parish, M:s. daughter, Alice, were in BIpley Tenn., over the week end as the guests of Mrs. Buford Milllgan. They ?ere accompanied by Edna Hollis. Mumber Nine Group Conducts Meeting Twelve members of the Women's Missionary Union of Number Nine Baptist Church attended the Royal Service program directed by Mrs Raymond Whittle Monday night. The program, "Lifting the Lep- rs," began with a season of prayer nd the watchword. Scripture was ead by Mrs. Rural Hatley and Mrs. Guy Whitney, who gave the closing rayer. Mrs. Cliffie Johnson and Mrs. Bob Stovall served refreshment*. Martha Ann Burks Honored at Party Martha Ann Burks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burks, was five Cn Indium leaves were used to decorate the den, with glndloll, daisies and other slimmer blossoms used in the living room and dining room. On the lawn, which was filled with .. . , ~" ""^ ,,'»>,, iitm.ii WLl.T llllt.u W1LII well, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. clinirs and small tables, the center Caldwell. The guests, who included the wpd- of attraction wns the refreshment (able! which was overlaid with a ding party and close friends, were j green linen cloth. Forming the ccn- invited to view the couples wed- . (,-al desi K n was a large ornate silver th if! r rc dls|)layctl '" [container holding three dozen white the living room, dining room and j |. llbo roscs , i ntcrspl , rscd with c , lner . bio at the back of the entertaining' years old Monday and was honored with a party at the home of her parents at 1410 West Ash from ors In bridge, with high score In j three to five In the afternoon. canasta Roinf; to Mrs. Maurice Lut-1 Mrs. Prank Houle assisted tn i-cll. Bridgo prize went to Mrs. | serving and Mrs. Ben Craig and room. Mrs. Foy Etchicson took top hon- Utho Barnes. den of their home. Mrs. Caldwell and Miss Blanken- I party foods' was placed on each side ship showed the gifts and enter-' - • tained inside, while Mrs. Blankenship and Mrs. Crawford served par- Pockets Make The News ald foliapc. A lazy susan holdlns of (he center. Mrs. M. J. Koohler presided nt the Kiiest book and at the refreshment table were Mrs. E A. Stacey, Mi's. Noble Gill and Mrs. H. R. Crawford, Jr. Others assisting in entertaining were Mrs. Hndley Hays and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Guests, who called from 9 until 11 a.m. were from Leachville. Blytheville, Dell, Marked Tree nnd Memphis. The honoree wns dressed in a gray pima cloth cotton dress wi th white accessories. Botanist Speaks To HD Club Mrs, W, E. Rhonds was hostess to eight members of the Number Nine Home Demonstration Club with Jimmy Cookscy finrf Dr. Jim Vanlalun as guests, Monday a tier- noon nt her home. Miss Mildred Rhoads gave the eye opener and Mrs, Lloyd French offered the devol tonsil. Reports were given by project lenders, nnd Dr. Vnnlnhm, botanist, gnve flower demonstrations and mnde n corsage for each member and guest. | Mrs. French and Mrs. Rhonds served refreshments In the social Mrs. Odis Cole directed games. Fuvors were given during the afternoon and lawn games provided the afternoon's entertainment. LITTLE LIZ— In America a man can start by digging ditches and wind up behind a polished desk, if he is willing to take a cut fn wages. enw» 8946' 11-20 By Sue Burnett A favorite with juniors everywhere—an expertly designed classic irith plenty of style news in the big j >ocket pair, full skirt and bright niton trim. A sleeveless version is ,Iso provided. Pattern No. 8946 is a sew-nte perorated pattern In sizes 11, 12, 13, 14. 8, 18, 20. Size 12, with sleeves, 5H ard6 of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In JOINS, your name, address, size eslred, and the PATTERN NUM- 1EE to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 72 W- Qulncy St., Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter ,ls » complete guide in plan- Ing a practical, sew-simple ward-: >be. Gift pattern printed 'inside! w book. Send 25 cents today, I Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times WED & THURS Double Feature —PIAJS— RITA HAYWORTH GLENN FORD. Affair in Trinidad KlfM flildl TWlfi I " .. ,. , VMIM Vt.'mi* > fifO.vn Ox(.;i|:->i Frn&iCIO-i Cartoon: Push Butt on Kitty "FROSTY" The Smoother, Deliciously Different Soft- Ice Cream Try it at the HAZOHBACK DRIVE-IN. Serred to yon In your car or come into our air conditioned coffee shop. The only milk bar in Blyiheville where you can be served in air conditioned comfort. Bring your children inside where it is cool and comfortable. Take a Quart or Pint Home Have You Tried The Drink All Blytheville Is Talking About? HIRES ROOT BEER Served Froir| The "Wooden Keg" In Frosted Mugs Try Our Wonderful "Frosty" Sundaes 15c & 25c Fresh Strawberry Pineapple Chocolate Klack Walnut Cherry Ranana Splits .*'... 30c Fountain Coca Cola „ i^ • in i> 1- Malts and Shakes Brown Derby ...I0c& lac cx(ra thick "Frosty" cones ;c-10c-15c All kinds of sandwiches. "FROSTY" at th« Rdzorback Drive-In D. C. Pillar and Mrs R. F. Mayfield. . Mrs. Pillar offered the opening prayer and the hostess presided. Mrs. Joyce Crocker taught the mission study, after which Mrs. Burt Boss offered the dismissal prayer. Circle Two meeting was .attended by 18 members. Mrs. Wooten gave the opening prayer, Mrs. John Nelson presided aver the business session, and Mrs. J. H. Roberts taught the lesson. Mrs. E. G. Lovell dismissed the group with prayer. YWA Has Meeting <•' Members of the Dolly Heitt Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church gathered to visit a shut-in Monday evening. Their program was given for the Dougherty, president, presided in the business session. YWA Meeting Heia In Members Home Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met Monday with Misses Cllffie and Lundell Overman, for business discussion. Following the opening prayer by August ducted by Mrs. Cecil Lusk. Mrs. Amy Gordon gave the devotional on "Brotherly Love," and meditation. Prayer dismissed the group. shut-in. Marjorie Coming Events Wednesday Beginners' Duplicate League has meeting at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Club Eight has meeting with Mrs. S. C. Owens. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell are hosts and hostesses at a supper for members of the La Nueve Club and the home of her mother, Mrs. Terry Prevost, to members of the p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens are to entertain members of the University Club at Hotel Noble's Mirror Room, beginning at 9 p.m. Black Cotton* Lint, Streaks Are Avoidable By NEA Beauty Editor Black slimmer cottons are amonj your loveliest clothes. But they take far more care in washing and ironing than your pastels and colorful cottons. It's worth this extra care to avoid the lint, whitish streaks and shiny spots that may spoil thes* dresses. Don't put them Into the machine with your white and light-colored cottons. It's your light clothes, in close contact with the blacks, that cause the lint. If you haven't a tubful of other dark, color-fast cottons, yiu'll have to do your black cotton dress alone, by hand. Clinging soap curds will smudge your black cottons, so use a synthetic detergent or a water softener along with your soap. Whitish streaks are caused by starch that isn't evenly and thoroughly distributed thorugh the fabric. Blue your starch solution M it won't be dead white. Mix it "welL Squeeze it through your dress thor- Stitch and Chatter Club at 7:30 nughly after you've turned the dren " ™ inside out. When you come to Ironing, make sure you're pressing on the wrong side only. If you have to touch up afterwards, on the right, side, use a press cloth on these spots. To avoid picking up lint from ynur ironing board, cover the regular board cover with another one that has a smooth surface. -NOTICE- Office Will Bt Closed July 26 to August 3. DR. W. T. RAINWATER Miss Cliffie Overman, the August | fchelr husbands at the Halsell home> YWA County houseparty was planned. Miss Adaline Lee gave the devotional and Miss Maxine Hill dismissed the group with prayer, after which the hostess served a salad at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate League has meeting at Hotel Noble. TLE Bridge Club Is to be entertained at the Razovback Drive-In. Friday Mrs. Henry Thomas is hostess at OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHQW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! 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