The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 9, 1952
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BLITHE VILLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY fl, 1952 <? • •/ &acietu Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 McCann-Van Bibber Vows Announced Mr. »nd Mrs. E. E. Van Bibber ot Mjthevlilf ire today announcing tttt marriage o! their daughter, VtlM -Betty Jean Van Bibber, to Thurman L. McCann of Corning. Mr. McCann Is the ton of Mr. tod Mrs. Amos McCann ol Dadoo, Ark. The nuptial vows were exchanged in > 6:30 p.m. ceremony Dec. 28 in Foc*hontas. For her marriage, the bride wore » suit of wine gaberdine with black •ccesaorles. MTE. NfcCann was graduated from BlytheviHe High School and kt th« time of her marriage was •mptoyed In Michigan City, Ind. A graduate of Corning High School. Mr. McCann Is connected with the State Highway' Department »nd he and his bride will be at home In Corning. Mrs. Thurman L. McCann Mrs. A. D. Priest onducts Meeting Mrs. A. D. Priest, newly named president of the East Side Garden last night conducted Ihe group'8 monthly meeting at Lake Street Methodist Church. J. W. Woolums met as a new member with the club and during Ihe business discussions, Mrs. B A. BUSR, program chairman namcc program leaders for the year. Mrs. WooUimR served as leader lor the evening's program and spoke on "African Violets." Mrs. Busg selected as her subject, "How U» Care for Your roinsettias," and this wai followed by the talk, "Hints on Location of Hydrangeas and Types o Chrysanthemums Most Suited Here," by Mrs. George McGhehey. A round t.ablc discussion ol "Root- Inc of African Violets" was directed by W. E. Buchfinnn. Mrs. Elsie Fulgham, hostess awarded potted plants to first and second place Chorlevoix Chapter of DAR Meets; Convention Delegates Are Named winners ontest. Clusters of bronze and gold en ' chrr**nthemums formed the ccn-' terpteoe for. a luncheon table at Hotel Noble yesterday when Mrs. F*ed Rutherford and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen were hostesses to the CharJevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution for ft 1 p.m. meeting. Following luncheon, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, regent, directed the bust- n«M discussions In which Mrs. E. J. Curt, Mrs. James B. Clark and Mrs, O. L. McWater.s were named d*toffftt«e to the state convention to b« held Feb. 28 through March 1 at Hotel Pines in Pine Bluff. Named to the session were Mrs. George. D, Pollock Jr., Mrs- J. C. Ellis, Mrs. H. W. Wylie and Mrs. W. A. AfHick. The Chapter voted to place a historical marker on the Court House lawn. Mrs, James B. Clark directed the afternoon's program on DAR approved schools and cited the Kate Duncan Smith School at Or tint, Ala,, the H. C., and Crossnow School, Crowi- now, N. C. These schools are for children ol mountain areas and arc supported by .donations from DAR chapters. The Chiirlcvo!x Chapter voted donations to the schools. wUh an enrollment of 650, amma.ssee School, Workers Conference Is Planned **• monthly Workers' Conic: ence •t th« Mississippi County Baptist AMoetetkm will be combined with 1fc» Quarterly meeting of the Asso- l Woman's Missionary union, at the First Baptist Church IB ManlU. The Rev. auy D. Magee Si p*«tor of the host church, and ttM Rev. E. C. Brown of Blythevllle, moderator of the Association, will pndde at the conference. "R«nember, That Thou i^Tag"lfy •b Work" U the theme for the ptogpaui which will feature the work ot *• Southern Baptist missionary enterprise. Mrs. H. H. Brooks o Blytheville will lead the morning devotional, using as her subject "Tile Urge Toward Perfection". Confer enccs on the work of Woman's Mis slonary Union will be conducte rturlng the morning session undo the direction of Mrs. R. H. Jones o Osceoln, Associatlonal Woman's Mis slonary Union president. Highlighting the one-day confer ence will be the address of the Re\ Reuben I. Franks, Southern Bap tist missionary appointee to Chile. Mrs. Bag ley Lea'ds PTA Program •. ROT I. Bagley presented the cently. of teen-agers and their jrowth yesterday at the Bwnthly meeting of the senior high •ehooi Parent Teachers Association Wtxloh convened at the school. MM. Bagley explained that be- te* parent* could expect social fracti In children, these children nuat havB made mistakes, money •ad decisions. She said they also mint plan, know they are loved, have privacy, learn skills and be. A}k>w*d responsibility. MM. J. Wilson Henry presented the djrotional followed by the prcs- Vdent'i message by Mrs. L. E. Baker. The group voted to have a bake •ale and pie supper to mark Founder's Day Feb. 12 and also to conduct a study course on "Teen-Age Activities." MM. O. W. Coppedge, PTA president innounced that the Blythe- Tille Council ol PTA would be host- Ms for the County Council meet- Ins scheduled lor Jan. 18. A study course was planned for the PTA to be given Jan. 17 at the Home Economic* Cottage at 7:30 p.m. Mis* Cecil Cassidy, Mrs. Fred Bean and Mrs. Ray Hall were ap pointed to compose a nominating committee for 1952-53 officers. The group agreed to present PTA cookbooks to school faculty mem bers who have been married re In the Tlclng flower arranging for first honors . * r ere Mrs. Priest and Mrs. McGhc- iev, while Mrs. 1/ee stiles took sec- md high. >hower Is Given n Gaines Home Assorted gifts were showered upon Mrs. Houston Skelton yesterday by he 33 guests who gathered at the B. L. Oalnes home In the Promised jind Community. Mrs. Thomas Moore and Mrs. Russell Gaines were co-hostesses for the went, which honored Mrs. Skclton, whose home burned during the holidays. The guests spent the afternoon ricmmlng cup towels which were later presented Mrs. Skelton. After the honorce had opened the miscellaneous gifts the hostesses served refreshments from the dining table, which was centered with clusters of berry-studded greenery. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Oliver McGaughey. sisler-ln-lnw of the honoree, Mrs. Wyllc McGaughey, and Mrs. Mavis McOaughey, nieces ol the honorce all of Lake City, nnd Mrs. Charles White of Jonesboro, also a niece of Mrs. Skelton. Mrs. Neal Gesell Is Club Hostess Mrs. Neal Oesell yesterday was hostess at her home to members Mr«. Phillip R. Graves left today lor San Diego, Calif., to spend three weeks with Mr. Phillips, who is serving with the Navy and Is stationed aboard the OSS Pollux, Mrs. Kate Chambers has been admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital. She was accompanied to Memphis by her daughters, Mrs. Tom Bass of Dell and Mrs. Sam Godwin. Billy Matheny, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matheny, left last night for Ban Diego, Cnllf. to begin basic training with the Navy. Mrs. Eva Mac Davis left this morning lor University Hospital, Little Rock, where she will undergo a medical check-up. She was motored to Little Rock by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Alexander. Floyd A. White was returned to his home yesterday from Kennedy- Veterans Hospital, Memphis where he has been a patient. His condition Is reported as much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Phillips are spending today In Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Abbott and daughter. Mrs, Walter Barnes have returned from 10 tiays visit In Tem- plcton, Calif., as guest o( their daughter and sister, Mrs. J. M. Daughman,. Lt. Banghman and Mike. While there they visited friends In California and attended the Tournament of Roses. En route home, they visited Jricnds In El Paso, Tex. Mrs. C. w. Affilck of Blythevllle Is In Methodist Hospital in Memphis recovering from a fracture of the left ankle received In a fall in a hotel room there Monday. She Is expected to remain in the hospital several days before being returned to her home here. Love Group Meets in Home For Business-Program Seventeen members of the Love Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church last night met In the home of Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney for • business-program session. The business discussions were directed by Mrs: Freeman Robinson preceding the evening's program, "Your Church Needs Its Agencies," which was led by Mrs. J. D. Davis. Program participants were Mrs. J. P. Garrott, Mrs, C. L,. Moore, Miss Luella Alley, Mrs. John Burnett, Mrs. Ben Henderson, Miss Jean Dcdman and Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. Harry Bradley was In charge of the evening's worship period and the meeting closed with the missionary benediction. Mrs. McHaney served refreshments in a social hour following. Press Wee/( Continues With Shows Of New Styles by Top Designers O. S. Crowe!!, Playing a four table Howcl! movement, Mr. W. D, Ohamblin and Mrs. H, C. Sims won second high. Third place went to Mrs. Frsnk Grtgsby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins. Look-Alikes Are So Smart In the room count the $5 awar went to ths senior class. of La Petite Club and one guest, Mrs. Loyd WhIUnker, for the groups weekly afternoon of playing bridge. The hostess served refreshments and In the game Mrs. Oesell won high score, Mrs. Whittaker, second high and Mrs. J. F. Montan- rton, bridge. 3 Guests Ploy Bridge with Club Members of Trl-Town Club ond :hree guests yesterday played trldge at the home of Mrs. Gene Teaford. Polled plants decorated Ihe en- ertaJning rooms and in the bridge game Mrs. James Terry won high score and Mrs. Gnrrard Caiulill, econd high. Guests for the weekly session were Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mrs Robert McHaney and Mrs. Jack Hale. The hostess served a dessert cqurse. Royal Service Program liven for.Baptist WMU The Women's Missionary Union ol Emmanunl. Baptist Church met Monday afternoon in the Grady Golf home, with Mrs. Mary Joyce YarbroHD Club Meets; Other Officers Named Twelve members of the Yarljro Home Demonstration Club yesterday met in the home of Mrs. Herbert Mullins for the bi-monthly bustne-w program session. Mrs. Paul Abbott was co-hostess and as newly named chapter president led the discussions. Group singing preceded the devotional by Mrs. Gene McGuire followed by a poem read by Mrs. Abbott. Mrs. Lowell Burnham spoke on, "Farm Outlook for 1952" which was followed by the talk, "Housework'' by Mrs. Elaie Wheeler. Officers named to serve with Mrs. Abbott and the Executive Board were Mrs. McGuire, song leader; Mrs. Lee stiles, historian; Mrs. Elzie Wheeler, recreation; Mrs. Dave Abbott, home grounds; Mrs. Robert Thompson, garden; Mrs. P^nk Willis, poultry; Mrs. Ellis Wheeler, home dairy; Mrs. McGuire, foods and nutrition; Mrs. Henry Pollard, home furnishing; Mrs. Burnham, home Industry and handicraft; Mrs. Elzln Wheeler, clothing; Mrs. Raymond Tittle, home management and safety; Mrs. Milton Bunch, children's division and family life; By DOROTHY ROE AP Tuhlon Editor NEW YORK <AP> -i Christian Dior, the canny Frenchman who hM been making fashion history on both sides of the Atlantic for the last few years, accents slim lines, nipped waists and cummerbunds in suits shown today In his American collection for spring. Previewing spring styles for visiting fashion editors in advance of his Paris showings, Dior presents restrained and wearable collection, with few of the full skirts and multiple petticoats that have bemused the U. S. populace recently. Pencil-Slim Skirl His suits almost without exception have pencil-slim skirts and rounded Jackets snug at the waistline with discreet softness above and below. Often the midriff is accented by a wide cummerbund, or crushed belt, extending well above the waistline. He shows again A number of his beloved Dolfli, sleeved short coats and Jackets, likes these wrappy affairs over sheath dresses. Color runs riot through the collection, covering the full range of the spectrum in dramatic combinations. And In contrast lie shows number df stark black and while costumes — black trimmed with white costumes — black trimmed with white or vice versa. Tina 1.«*r Show- Also showing today was Tina Leser, the talented young woman from Philadelphia's main line whi made a designing reputation in Honolulu and returned to restyl America's sports, beach and pla> clothes. As usual, her 1952 collection I casual, gay . and colorful, wit! strong influence from the lazy land of the South Pacific, and a season Ing of the Oriental. Others previewing spring style today Included Paul Parnes, known or slightly ornate suits and dress- s that appeal to a wide segment f the U. S. female population, and Cosslnl, strictly In the fabu- ous class. Coming Events Thursday Elliott Fletcher Chapter of UDC .as 12:30 p.m, luncheon meeting at lotel Noble. • Junior High School PTA has 3 i.m. meeting at school preceded by :30 p.m. Executive Board meeting. Mary Martha Class of First Bap- Ist Church has potluck supper meeting at 7 p.m. at the home of ,lrs. Adolph He'micke. Mrs. Key Hunt and Mrs. Roy Wert, co-hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays »t iotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Miss Jettye Huffman hostess to OEO Club. Thursday nook Club plays with Mrs. J. O. Huey. Mrs. Joe Neeley entertaining TLE lub. Friday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 2:30 p.m. meeting a the home of Mrs. Joe Freeman, 1605 Hearn. Mrs. Doyie Henderson hostess to Friday Contract Club. La Finesse meets with Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan. Saturday Square dancing at Country Club beginning at 8 p.m. , Zt-tti chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma has 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner at home of Mrs, Ralph Bcrryman, with Mrs. George Wiggs, co-hostess. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. ZOO'S BOSS — Pretty Julie Allen, above, holds a r;jra job for a young woman. She's director of the Mtami, Fla, ( Crcindon Park Zoo. In addition, she pur- forms a lion-taming act, using only a whip and a slick in a cage full of snarling beasts. Read Courier News Classified Adi Listen to KI.CN af 10:10 a.m. •nd 1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements Box Office Phone 2751 Office Phone 6338 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Needtinm as hostess. Mrs. Ollie Gaines was the only guest with the 21 members attending the Royal Service session. Mrs. W. M. Boone and Mrs. Hugh Pnrrish led prayers during the afternoon. The hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Zoa Thompson, food preservation; Mrs. Nita Bunch, education; Mrs. Jack Pollard, citizenship; Mrs. Walter Barnes, health and Mrs, Robert W. Thompson, reporter. Mrs. Elzle Wheeler presented a demonstration on making corsages and In the games following Mrs. McGuire and Mrs. Nita Bunch were prize winners. The hostess served refreshments. By Sue Burnett Little girls like to have * dress like mothers and these copy-cat fashions are such fun to sew. Have the yoke in contrast,-If you like. Pattern No. 8752 1», i ww-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Si^e 4, 2*4 yardt of 30-Inch for monotone. Pattern No. 8753 Is >.sew-rlt« perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, Size 12, monotone, 4V4 yards of 30-Inch. For these patterns, send 30e for EACH, in COINS, your name, ad- Marriage Li censes The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license at the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Robert A. Clifton and Miss Patricia Ruth Slaughter, both of Bly- thevllle. At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Ann Tweedle. City Claudia, Faust. City Walls HoirirUI Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. McMorrls, City W. E. Ray. Elbridge, Tcnn. Mrs. Russell Campbell, City Gary Wayne Ward, City Mrs. Clifford Owens and Luxora A. B. Pipkin, Osceola dress, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Blythevllle Courier News, Quincy Street, Chicago 8, III. For these patterns send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name «d- dre,«, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Six Week Series Begun By Club Bridge League The weekly game of the Countr> Club Duplicate Bridge League last night marked the beginning of a six weeks series and also was mouth,y maMerpoint game. Top honors j went to Mrs. C, C. Councillc and. HEAD STUFFY DUE TO COLDS ^ lor fast /•/*/* symptomatic ODD RELIEF The Sensational Paul WIND AND WEATHER LOTION regular I size now only large *2 size now only limited time only Handy family carton—Six $1 size bottles now only At this special price put away a yrar's supply! DSP it as an all-over lotion! Pink, fragrant, creamy.. . it helps protect against weather irritalion . . . makes hands, rJhows, heels, legs feel silken smooth. 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