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r FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ocietu, Pat iluDins, Society Editor 9 PhOQ* 4461 Hale Sisters Entertain For Bride-Elect MtuH Margery «nd Ruth Ha were hostesses yesterday at a break last, continuing pre-n«ptla! parties for Miss Ida Vivian Taylor, who to become the bride of Paul Davi Foter. Jr,. next month. Scene of the breakfast, which wa followed by bridge games, was th Blytheville Country Club. Mls« Taylor was dressed for th morning's activities in a black an> white halter dress and was given a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Adam Harman Taylor, moth' er of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Pau David Foster, Sr., were guests a the affair. For breakfast, all the guests were Mated at one long table, which was decorated at Intervals with baskets of mixed summer blossoms in pastel colors. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jim Stockley of Marion, high ocore, and Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann, second high. Miss Taylor was given a gift In her silver pattern by the hostesses. Colonial Room Scene of Party At the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble yesterday Mrs. Robert G. McHaney entertained with a luncheon for members of the Kibitzer Club and two guests. Mrs. Jack Chamblin of Meridian, Miss,, and Mrs. John Hudson were guests with the, club. For the luncheon, a long table was used. Roses combined with daisies formed the central design, with periwinkle providing other bouquets about the etnertainlng rooms. In the bridge games, top honors were won by Mrs. Harry A. Haines with second place going to Mrs. J M. Williams, Jr. Baptists Plan Youth Month In services at the Plrst Baptist Church last evening, young people of the church were officially recog' nizrd as leaders In Sunday School, Training Union, Men's Brotherhood, the Woman's Missionary Union and ushers at the worship services for the month of August which been designated as Youth Month. Presiding at the meeting was iharles Ray Newcomb, superintendent of the Young People's Department, and guest speaker for the evening was the Hev. Carroll Evans. The Rev. Mr. Evans, son of Mr. nd Mrs. C. L. Evans ot Blytheville, s a graduate of Blytheville High School. Ouachita College, and now a theological student at Southwestern Baptist Seminary, Fort iVorth, Tex. General Officers for Youth Month nclude Fred Abbott, Sunday school uperlntendent; Bill Williams. Jr., raining union director: Marti tan Poster, W.M.U. president; He any Storey, Jr., Brotherhood pre lent; and Rondall Johnson, chai man of the ushers. Other young people serving In tr arious organizations are Peter A 'tt, Patsy Bartholomew. Bob Blac mma Blanchard, Charles Booke ohnny Buchanan, Rosanna Clev nd, Ramona Crafton, M. L. Or er, Wnync Crouch, Jim Culbertso ancy Damon, Marilyn Doughert arjorte .Dougherty, Billy Oilbo obert Gordon, Johnny Halsell. An ester, Maxlne Hill, Melballne Hil arol Ann Holt, Stanley Ingrum C and Q Club Members Meet Members of the recently organized C and Q Bridge Club were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. Elwood Deen, who was hostess for the weekly dessert bridge. Upon arrival of the guests, dessert was served from the card tables, which held a miniature'bou- quet of summer flowers. Larger bouquets were seen about the entertaining rooms. Winners of the games Included tfrs. John Edwards, first place; Mrs Bill Hodge, second; and Mrs. Maurice Sanders, brldgo. Bits of News THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1958 •Delightfully Slimming Rondall Johnson, Adaline Lee, Mi: He Ann Mallory, Billy Miller, Ell Moody, Barbara Monaghan, Rose mary Monaghan, Betty Montgom ery, Betty Ann Mulllns. Pat Mul Ilns, Jerry Nail, Mary Noe, Helen Norman, Lounel Overman, Jan Rayder, Paye Reid, Prances Slay ton, Dorothy Shepherd, Murra' Smart, Jr., Qatlya Stllwell, Sonny Stires, June Veach, Virginia What ley, Eddie Joe Whittle, Bill Wun derllch, Jr.. Peggy Zachry and Ray mond Zachry, Jr. At worship services Sunday, the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor, will launch the Youth Month emphasis. Guest ministers who will supply the pulpit during the month will be Dr. Harold A. Haswell, president of Ouachlta Baptist College, Arkadel- phla, Dr. D. A. Ellis, Memphis, and Dr. John Stealey, faculty member of Southern Baptist College, Walnut Ridge. League Meeting Held at Hotel A nine-table Mitchell movement was conducted yesterday afternoon nt Hotel Noble, when members of the Beginner's Duplicate Brldee League held a weekly meeting In the Mirror Room. North and South winners Included Mrs. F. W. Whitner and Mrs. Marvin Robinson, first place, Mrs. O. W. McCutehcn and Mrs. C. E. Crlgger, second place, and Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs. Victor Stllwell, third place. East and west wlnneri were Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, first place, Mrs. Floyd White and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, second place, with Mrs. Genn Atkinson and Mrs. Russell Phillips, third place, Club Eight Has Weekly Meeting Mrs. S. C. Owens entertained yesterday for a weekly meeting of Club Eight at her home on Kentucky Street. Mrs. O. O. Poetz won first place In the afternoon's bridge, with second going to Mrs. Otto Scrape. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. Gosne! Seniors Hold Election Donald Hyde was elected president of the Gosnell High School senior class In a recent meeting. F. E. Lucius and Floyd Irby are to serve as class sponsors. Other otficers for the 1953-54 school term Include Harmon Cook vice president; Louise Smith, sec-re- tary; Jane Raspberry, treasurer; and Barbara Potter, reporter. PTA Meeting Is Planned Aug. 4 Is the date selected by the ?arent-Teachers Association of Holand High School for their first meeting of the new school year. A brlng-a-dlsh supper is to be served at 8 p.m., nt the school With all members of families attending. Trinity GA Has Business Meeting Members of the Intermedia^ Girl's Auxiliary ot Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs .lax Koonce Tuesday evening foi lection of offlcere. Betty Crocker, who offered the penlng prayer, was-elected to serve president. Other officers were atsy Hcnson, program chairman; larcella Rny, reporter; Bonnie [enson, social chairman; Loretta :cnson, recording secretary; Bar- nra Sawyer, corresponding eecreta- t; Pntsy Gentry, treasurer. Mrs. Koonce served as program ader, and Mrs, R. W. Wooten gave Dr. J. f: Brownson of Blytheville recently completed a three-day postgraduate course In the management of acute and chronic injurle. offered for Mid-South physicians by the University of Tennessee College of, Medicine in Memphis. Miss Velma Barnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Barnett, Manila, has been asscepted as a student of David Lipscornb Colleg«, Nashville, according to J. P. Sanders, Dean. Miss Barnett was graduated from Manila High School In May and will enter Lipscornb in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hocott will eave Sunday for Flint, Mich., where they will attend the graduation of their son, Lloyd R. Hocott from the General Motors Institute, August 7. Ejhroute to Flint, Mr. and Mr«. Hocott will stop in Cincinnati, O., where they will visit relatives. Albert B. Falrfield will attend the third biennial Management Training Seminar of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity on the De Pauw University campus, Greencastle, Inri., August 23-28. Mrs. Jack Chamblin and children. Jay, Jeff and Jim Brandt, are the guests of Mrs. Lydia McGee for several days. Their home is in Meridian. Miss. Mrs. Eunice Young had as her lests her son, Bill Young, Mrs. Young, and daughter, Janet, of Bptesville, Miss., for the week end. Mrs. Rube Carson and children. Ricky and Sha, of Baton Rouge are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castlio, and other relatives. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum is at lome after being dismissed from St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis, -ler condition is reported to be sat- sfactory. Misses Ruth and Margery Hale were in Memphis yesterday to meet Ruth's former roommate at Sophie Newcomb College, Miss Mary Minor Bush of Danville, Va., who has arrived for several days visit. En route to Memphis, they were accompanied as far as Marlon by Mrs. Jim Stockley, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. S. S. Patterson. Jackie Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnston of Memphis, returned home yesterday after spending his summer vacation here with his aunt, Mrs. Troy Mayo, and Mr. Mayo. Mrs. J. J. Moore, Sr., and Mrs. Mayo motored him home. Mrs. J. W. Purtle arrived home st night from St. Louis, where she has been a patient at the Barnes Hospital there for several days, undergoing treatment. "TO SLEEP! PERCHANCE TO DREAM . . ."-H the Little Woman is dreaming of buying a bedtime outfit like this, there's darn little perchance of Pappy getting any sleep when the bill comes in. The magnificent night ensemble, by Italian designer Cerri, was modeled in Rome by Princess Zina Rachewsky, Russian-born actress. The square-necked gown and robe are of white georgette and. Valenciennes lace. 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 their husbands at the Halsell home, at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate League has meeting at Hotel Noble. TLE Bridge Club Is to be entertained at the Razorback Drive-in. Friday Mrs. Henry Thomas is hostess at the home of her mother, Mrs. Terry Prevost, to members of the Stitch, p.m. Duplicate Prayer Campaign DALLAS. Tex. l.fl — The Texas paigning for prayers before meals. Members decided at their meeting here to remind diners in their restaurants to say grace before eating by placing sm-11 cardboard signs on each table, giving Catholic, Protestant and Jewish prayers. Rub kitchen woodenware with olive oil to preserve it. If you feel you must wash it occasionally, use \varm water only, never hot. and Chatter Club at 7:30 Saturday Bridge League has closing prayer. ere served. Refreshments forated pattern In sies 10. 12. 14. 16. 18, 20. Size 12, 3',', yards of 45-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER There'* an air of charming 6im- to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 pliclty about this frock for your more Important dress-up events. Yet it has plenty of style- news In the needle-slim skirt, wide shaped belt and feminine neckline- Pattern No. 1407 Is a eew-rite per- W. Quincy St., Chicago 6. 11. 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. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK VMU Meeting Held t Half Moon Home Members of the Women's Misslon- ,ry Society of Emmanuel Baptist Church at Half Moon met nt the home of Mrs. Jess Ncedham with nine members attending Monday. Prayer was offered by Mrs. A. C. Hicks nnd followed by a stewardship program led by Mrs. Calvin Bene- flelri. In the business session, plans were made for a vacation Bible School to be held Aug. 3-1. After n season of prayer, refresh- J ments were served. I At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. W. Crawford, City Mrs. L. L. Lancaster, Steele Doyle Gassaway, Hermondale Mrs. Arnold Steward. City Mrs- Gene Hoheycutt, City Thcres no need to bend and stoop when filling a laundry basket. Put yours on a raised surface or have one of the folding metal ones that fits into a laundry cart on wheels. meeting at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Cbleman Stevens are to entertain members of the University Club at Hotel Noble's Mirror Room, beginning at 9 p.m. Up But No Down PIERZ, Minn. (IP}— Missing his Holsteln bull from its pen in the barn, Ed Otremba was startled by strange noises coming from the haymow. He Investigated and found that the animal had climbed the stairs and was nonchalantly munch- Save Money! Before you sign a contract for a new roof, new siding, interior or exterior* painting, insulation, Kas ^installation or any other building- improvement, let us give you a lair estimate that will save you money. Phone 4551. E. c. ROBI'NSON LUMBER CO. Mrs. Albert Hosklns, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Watson, Mr. and, Mrs. H. Ray and Erble Swindle were In Paragould last week. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Maxwell of Gosnell visited Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot and family Monday. Mrs. Bobby Pritchford of Fort Smith spent the week end with Mrs. Ernest Lee Baker. Mrs. Alice Dillard and Bobby Mays of Saulsburg, Tenn., are vis- summer Jobs, in dirty tarn* t^ igalmt other background! ttu* make them look foolish. These dresses »re very irsgllt tod they quickly look dowdy with «uch hard wear. And t white or puttl sheer is about the most Inappropriate, and thus least smart, garment a girl can put on to take the place of a tailored cotton. If you're wearing your graduation or dancing dress for sound economic reasons, you can do so and still look pretty and smart, You can dye it a deeper color at home very cheaply by following the directions that manufacturers supply. If the dress is too long, take It up to match your other daytime ' dresses. If the original belt Is a satin or organdy sash or similar King Mr. and Mrs. Irving Alexan- 'fragile thing, change'the belt to dra this week. Mr. and Mrs. Evans of Crystal Springs, Mo., spent the week end with Mrs. Holton Corner. Smart Teens Save Organdy -or Evening By NBA Beauty EiSor Many teen-agers have white organdy, tulle or similar dresses in heir wardrobes that were bought or graduation or other special cessions. If they haven't one of hese, they have similar dresses in astel colors. Some teen-agers have 30th. These dresses are so lovely in their roper place, floating through the vening at summer dances or late- day festive parties, that it seems, shame to use them for every-day -ear. But one does see them, even the morning, on their way to tailored type. Remove any flowers. Above all, don't wear a sheer slip under your floaty dress. Have & well-cut, tailored, opaque siip in a color darker than, or matching, the dress. Never wear white accessories with your white dress. This latter practice makes anyone think "girl graduate" the minute he sees you. even though graduation is long since past. Here's a barbecue picnic checklist to help you in last-minute rushes: can and bottle openers, hot pan holders, bar of soap for bottoms of pans, salt and pepper, long sticks for rnarshmallows. disposable plates, forks, spoons and. cups. Hays Store Phon* 20»I w> Dellrer High Quality Low Prices Wayne Feeds er Mish 191 Itu. 4.3 J Layer Pelleti IM lb«. 4.99 Egg PtIIeti IM Ib.. 5.3» Chick Starter IM Ibt. 5.6» Grower Masli .... IM llw. 5.3S Scratch Feed IN Ibi. 4.31 Sagarine 16% «Dlrj IM Ib.. 3.65 W»;mt 18% D»irj IM Ibr 4.41 32% Dalrj Feed IM Ibi. 5.3» 'alt Starter Pelleti IM Ibi. 1.7* U 4 S«w Me»i . IN Ibi. 5.3S ij 4 Sow Pelleti. IM Ibi. 5.49 5% Hot Balancer. IN Ibs. 5.91 0% Hot Sup'lmnt 111 Ibs. (.39 'ork Maker 100 Ibi. 4.79 Horse Feed IM Ibi. 4.39 Rabbit PelleU .... IM lk< $.31 Dog Food IM Ib!. 8.99 WB Shorts IM Ibi. 3.69 Polished Chop! .... IM Ibi. 4.19 "We lost over 50 pounds apiece,** write Mary and Arrel Roberta, "but neither of us could have done it alone." The secret they discovered is that the way you cook can change the way you look. In the August Ladies' Home Journal they tell hovr they locked up their frying pans and opened up a whole new life! Get your copy today and read the delicious menus and meals that cut their calories in third (and her dress size in half!) • ing hay. Only hadn't trouble was that the bull figured out how to climb LITT'f downstairs. It took the farmer and j his three sons four hours of push- j Ing. pulling and persuading to get •• the animal out of Uwloft. -NOTICE- Office Will Be Closed July 26 to August 3. DR. W. T. RAINWATER r To a young girl in love, "forever" means something like a permanent wave—three or four months. ® H(;l! > 406 W. Main 2 SHOWS-EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING A Man can f orgi?e a woman erery mistake but UNlVEKSAI/INTtKNATIONAL )mt*tt LORETTA YOUNG JEFF CHANDLER •f* JIBOWKH SCOimr. 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