The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1955 · Page 2
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PAOB TWO BLTTHEVILLH (ARt.)' COURIER MONDAY JANUARY 10,19M - Society News - a Ann Mallni-v GnrMofv Pllitn?' * "nt Miss Milli* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phon« 8-4461 CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fellhauer celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary at their home yesterday when friends and neighbors dropped in to congratulate the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Fellhauer moved to Blythevillo in 1942 from near West Memphis. Owning a plantation near Calumet, Mr. Fellhauer is now" a retired farmer. (Courier News Photo) Six-Weeks Series Winner Is Mrs. Grigsby in Bridge League Jn a seven table Howell movement played Saturday afternoon by the Duplicate Bridge League Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. George Wiggs were winners with a score of 79-1/2 points. Mrs. p. W. Whitner and Mrs. P. D. Poster were second place winners with 72!4 points and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mi's. W. D. Chamblin were in third place with 71 points. Mrs. GriBSby was first place winner in the six-week series with 63 per cent. Mrs. Jim Roleson was in tecond place with a percentage of 59.5. In third place was Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins with 59.3 percent and Mrs. S. E. Tune was in fourth place with 59 per cent. Long Torso Silhouette to Be Emphasized on Spring Fashions By DO110THY ROE AF Women's Editor NEW YORK (AP) — New York designers revealed to the nation's fashion press today that women can look feminine and alluring even though their bosoms do not precede them into a room. Previews of new spring fashions were a distinct relief to editors frightened by Paris reports of a flat-chested era. Although the new silhouette does not require fal.sies, plenty of curves are present. The bustline is naturally rounded and slightly lifted, the waistline Is un- nipped and emphasis falls to a slim, sheathed hlpline. The long torso silhouette, which forms the theme of practically every collection, gives a tubular, elongated look to the midriff, fits snugly about the hips, and may flare into pleats below the hipline. Allhough the hip belt is much In evidence, it is not the hip belt Slim Princess Lines 8211 36-52 By Sue Burnett A handsome afternoon style for the mature figure, cut on easy to sew princess lines that ore so slimming. Pattern No, 8211 Is in sixes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 38, G% ytmls of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, rmd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, BJythcvUlo Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111, The In tost issue of Bnsic FASHION — fall and winter — is colorful, stimulating a$d n complete guide in wardrobe planning for n now soason. 26 cents per cony — send for It now. of the flapper era. The bodice is carefully fitted above, so that a slim waist is still a vital necessity to glamor. Bouffant petticoats may appear in cocktail and dinner dresses, but for daytime the path is straight and narrow. Many of the new H- Hno or long-torso styles have pleated skirls, but these too are slim in effect, often being stitched part way down, to preserve the tubular look. Smooth Line Though bosoms are not exaggerated, n.s formerly, they arc still present and accounted for, and no boyish figures will be necessary to fit into the new clothes. The long-torso silhouette requires a smooth, unbroken line from bust to hips, achieved best by an all- in-one foundation which molds and smooths the midriff. Dresses look like .suits this spring, and suits look like dresses. Both hug the figure to the hipline, which usually is .accented by a belt or cuff—nnd woe to the lady who lias acquired middle-aged spread below the belt. The long-jacket suits have a new and fresh look, after several seasons of short curved jackets with nipped waistlines. Many are cut on riding jacket lines, others button from chin to hip line, but all are slim and meticulously fitted. Shorter Skirts Skirts are slightly .shorter, but qnly slightly. Fabrics nro lightweight and handsome, with miuiy silks that look like wools and wools that look like silks. Tim dre.ss-and-jackfit costume stifl is a top favorite in practically all collections, done in all fabrics, made to look like a suit when the jacket is worn, nmorgo a.s n cocktail or dinner dress when the jacket is removed. Navy is the big color, for, suits, dresses a nd coats, often with a fresh bit of white frosting in the form of starched or lacy collars. Although the Paris-inspired silhouette is the most important new theme, New York designers have adapted it to the American taste, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cronk and son spent the weekend in Little Rork. While there Mrs. Miller attended the Arkansas Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Legislative meeting and was presented the charter for the Blytheville Hairdressers Association. The Blytheville Unit is one of two "100 per cent" units in the state. Mrs. Marshall Thomas spent last week in St. Louis visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and daughter, Diana, of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joyner and son, Herbert Lee, were in Memphis yesterday visiting relatives. They went especially to motor Mrs. Lucy Goody home. She has been visiting there for the past several weeks. Marvin Earl Hancock, son of Mr, and Mrs. Oerrald Hancock, is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. He is in Boom C-A. His condition is reported to be fair. I Charles Russell Lutes has returned to San Diego, Calif., for overseas .assignment with the Marine Corps after spending a 30-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lutes. He was motored to Memphis by Miss Elizabeth Lutes and Bill Long. Petty Officer and .Mrs. Charles Prichard have returned to Washington, D. C., after spending a 10- day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Acie Prichard, and in Dardanelle with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Robinson. Pfc. Charles S. Henderson of Port Sam Houston, San Antonio, Tex., is spending a 10-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. Harry Hamby of Farmington, Mo., is the guest of her son, Joe Hamby, Mrs. Hamby and daughter, Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walls of Dyersburg, Tenn., were Blytheville visitors Saturday. They came especially to play in the . duplicate bridge league game. Coming Events Monday Bandmothers Club meets in the high school auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Love Group of First Christian Church meets with Mrs. Harry Bradley. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. Lena Everett. Charlevoix Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble, 1 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. James C. Ellis and Miss Cordelia Wllhite. Alphia Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at home of Mrs. Dick Watson with Mrs. Elmer Stone co-hostess, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Country Club Bridge League meets. Tri-Town Club meets with Mrs. Worth Holder. Miss Ramona Crafton entertains NN Bridge Club. Mrs. J. P. Montandon entertains La Petite Club. CIS Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W- H. O'Keefe. High School PTA meets at 3 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday NOW Club meets with Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., 620 E. Cherry with Mrs. Paul Cooper hostess. Yarbro PTA has meeting at 3 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. F. Scrape entertains TLE Bridge Club. j Wednesday Bridge Club meets i with Mrs. E. J. Cure. j Chapter D PEO Sisterhood meets j with Mrs. J. A. Leech. Sudbury PTA meeting at 3 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting 2:30 p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets. La Neuve Club meets with Mrs. , R- E. Green. ! Mrs. Felix Carney entertains Chl- I Ilion Club. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Barbara Sawyer. Homemakcrs Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Joe Freeman, 1912 Hearn, 7:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. Dick Shanks entertains Vcnd- rcdi Bridge Club. Mrs. Toby Long entertains Friday Club. Variety Club Entertained With Party in Plantation Room of Hotel Yellow and green streamers interspersed with greenery were used *n the tables Saturday night when Mr and Mrs. mi Hodge and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lanham entertained tht Variety Club in the Plantation Room of Hotel Noble. New Blouses Add Top Style Interest By GAILE DUGAS NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK (NEA)—Because the top of the silhouete has gained such fashion emphasis this fall, blouses are getting imaginative neckline treatments and collars of many shapes and sizes. There's freshness, too, in the way detailing is used at the back as well as front of a blouse. The fill-in necklines and removable collars in the new blouses are real budget-savers for career and college girts since they permit a daytime-to-date transition. Fill-ins sometmies take the shape of a turtleneck gilet which, when removed, leaves a flatering boat neckline that's a background for pretty ac- cesories. Sailor collars and peaked-back collars add as much individuality as Wilson WSCS Sponsoring Breakfast The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Wilson Methodist Church is sponsoring a pancake breakfast at the church Jan. 21 from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. A menu of hot cakes, sausage, coffee and milk will be served those who attend. the new back treatments that often have narrow ,flat pleats set below yoke. We show me smpea cotton shirt (left) by Dorothy Korby, done with a yoke of solid color as backdrop for a flat collar ana curn-oack cuffs. Silky cotton broadcloth blouse (right) has unusual front closing with pull-through buckles. Yellow tapers in crystal candelabra were used the length of the tables. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Darby, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson, Mr. and Mrs Tom Halstead, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cupples, Mr. and Mrs. Red Cherry, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cole- man. Other guests were Mr. and tits. Ben Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Cui- tlss Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Melford Estcs, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jacks, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Damon, Mr. and Mri. Mike Yates and Mr. and Mrs. It Townsend. Arrnorel Girls Have'Bunking Party at Hotel Junior and senior girte of Armorel High School held a bunking party at the Armorel Hotel Friday night. Dinner aws served the group and later they attended the basketball game. Breakfast was served the girls Saturday morning. /Mrs. Lewis Ashmore and Mrs. Marion Dyer chaperoned the girls and provided the meals. Don't cut an angel cake witli a conventional cake knife. There are cake-breakers that look like hyper-thyroid forks for the task. Lacking that, poke away with a fork and pull, rather than mash, the cake into slices. At Tbe Hospitals BlythevlHc Hospital Dismissed: Guy Whitney. Jr., Cooler Judith Ann Whitney, Cooler Jimmy Adkinson, city L. 0. Qlll, city Gwendolyn Harrison, city Carter Syes. city Howard Williams, city Mrs. Paul Jobe, city Chlckasawba HoapH*! Dismissed: Mrs. Claude Kolwyck, city Carol Fisk, city Steven earner, city William Crisco. city Mrs. Annie uonoon, Holland Mrs. James McMulllns, city Mrs. ormand Oelsen, city Mrs. J. D. Needham and baby, Armorel Mrs. Harry Gray and baby, city Mrs. Irene Smith, city Roy Wood, St. Louis so that nobody need be afraid to £o Easter shopping this year. CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wjisli sliirls and nanls finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service 3MfoMe 'L 'LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Keep Bag Under Control BJ- ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor One of the more vexing prob- j terns thai, faces a woman who wants j to be correct and still be reason- | able is the question cf what to do with the handbag. It seems to be eternally in the way, bumping intri things, being forgotten, stumbled on and kicked about. The old taboo still holds — don't put your handbag on the dining table. To avoid a lot of problems when dining out, accessorize in advance with n small envelope bag that, will rest quietly in Hie Jap, with gloves inside or through the handle. If you go from work or shopping to dinner or luncheon and still have a handbag with you. put it on the floor, under your chair. Leave it there. Don't fuss or dig in it during the meal. There are gadgets that become books to go over the edge of the table. In some localities, this is fine. Use your good sense, how • ever, and don't hans your bag where a waiter is sure to knock it off or at an occasion where it's bad taste. When you go to a party, leave i anything larger than a tiny evening bag in the room where you leave your coat. Take your handkerchief and cigarettes out and carry them • When you need to repair lipstick' you will,of course, go to the powder room anyway. On a bus or car ride, put tho bag, however big, in your lap and nold it firmly but lightly. Don't j juggle it or try to stuff it under ' the seat. A good trick for a working woman with an immense bag is to have a tiny Interior bag with wallet, lipstick, comb and cigarettes in it. Check the big bag and carry the Httle one where the occasion demands it. W.M. BURNS Insurance Agency We have some (food, well located homes In Blyhevillc for sale. Also Farm lands and farm loans. Our insurance is in sound capital stock old line companies. We go your bond. Our service is as good as the best. Our office 219 West Walnut I'hone 3-3361. Call or see us. W. SI. Hums, Realtor Insuror White's January Event ' TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! For Ladies Beautiful fall and winter shoes for dress and walking. Calf, suedes, and fabrics by PARADISE, NATURAL- 1ZER, LIFE STRIDE, and HEYDEYS. Bargain Table Reg. fo 13.95 Reg. ,to 10.95 Displayed on rack for easy For Men Famous Bostonians and Roblees Priced in 3 Special Groups to Save You Money Values to $22.95 7 00 *10 00 *15 00 "For Children" Buster Brown and Lazy Bones Values to 6.95 3 95 and 4 95 All Sales Final No exchanges or refunds 6. SONS if SHOES 1

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