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rowt LLE (ARK.> COURIER NEWS Janr Society, NewA Sheiton, Society Editor % f Phone 4461 Junior High School PTA Meets At School for Business Session Mrs. D. E. Wimberly, devotional chairman .introduced Mrs. Roy I. Bag ley, who presented the devotional, "Anxiety As a Liability or an Asset" to open the monthly meeting of the Junior High School Parent- Teachers Association yesterday. Meeting at the school. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, president, conducted tlie discussions. "This We-Believe" was (lie president's message given by Mrs. Hugh Whitsitl. Mrs.'j. O. Droke spoke to the association on the services of the Blythevillc Health Unit. She was introduced by Mrs. H. 0. Blankenship, program chairman. The German Band, composed of high school students, Clpvls Garnett, Ralph Want, Jimmy Culrwrt- son, Albert Falrfleld and Tommy Dowdy, • presented a musical program. It was announced (lint a combined junior high and senior high school PTA study course would be conducted at the Home Economics Cottage Jan. 17 at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 18 Is the date selected for the County Council PTA mceling lo be held in the First Methodist, Church In Blythevllle, with the City Council oJ PTA as hostess. rounder's Day will be observed Feb. 12 it was announced and Miss Willie Lawson of Little Rock, former Blythcville resident, will be guest speaker at the general meet- Ing. ' Mrs. Paul Jobe was named chairman of the nominating committee and Mrs. Blankenship and Earl Nail r were named committee members. Miss Virginia Bowen was introduced as a new faculty member and In the attendance count first place went to the rooms of Mrs. Herma Sheppard. wiih second place going to the rooms of Mrs. Joseph Sweat »nd Mitchell Johns, Ninth grade mothers of Miss Monta Hughes' homeroom were hostesses for a social hour. UDC Chapter Has Luncheon Meet Luncheon In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble for which Mrs. Mar- cut EiT«rd. Mrs. R. c. Rose and MM. A. M. R. Branson were host- eises yesterday honored members of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Th* table's.center design was At red and whit*, the chapter colors •nil during the event, s musical program was given by Martha and Ralph Nichols. Their, selections In- eluded, "Londonderry Air" by Kriste ind "Two Guitars" arranged by Ambrcsio. Mrs. W. D. Cobb conducted the meeting and In the absence of the treasurer, Mrs. James O. Clark gave a report. Following luncheon Mrs. M. FJtz- almmons discussed "Mississippi." after which Mrs. Henderson Hall reported on three Confederate generals who h»d birthdays in January. The chapter cited Mrs. Charles Alford,for her appointment as state recordfng secretary of the UDC. Mid-Week Club Meets in Home Luncheon at the home of Mrs B. A. Lynch followed by an afternoon of playing bridge yesterday entertained the Mid-Week Club and guests, Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. Charles Crigger slid Mrs. Louis Nash. In the bridge game following the meal, Mrs. Welch won high score honors and second high went to Mrs. Louis Cherry. Mrs. T. 0. Huey Is Club Hostess Mrs. T. O. Huey yesterday entertained members of the Thursday Rnok Club and two guests, Mrs. Harry Bogan and Mrs. C. G. Schercr, when she was hostess for Ihe weekly sr.wion. The entertaining room In which Ihe (juest-s were seated held bouraiets of orchid gladioli set in greenery. The hostess served a dessert course and in the rook game Mrs. Forrest Moore won high score, Mrs Bogan. second high and Mrs. SV. B. Mnyo, rooko. Going-Away Party Given in Home A dinner party Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. N. C. Patterson honored Mrs. Irwin Mitchell, who with her children left yesterday for Augsburg, Germany to Join Lt. Mitchell to make their home. A bouquet of winter blooms topped the dining table from which the buffet meal was served and in the social hour following, the guests showered Mrs. Mitchell with golng- away gifts. Four Guests Play Bridge with Club Pour guests played bridge List night with members of the TLE Club when- Mrs. Joe Ncely entertained at her home with a dessert bridge. Mrs. Harlan Brown, Mrs. Robert Blaylock, Mr.s. Tony Faust of Bly- thcrllle and Mrs. Baker Turner of Marked Tree were the club's guests. In the bridge g.ime, Airs. Otto Scrape won high score. Mrs. J. F. Scrape, second high and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, bridge. Mrs. Frank Hall Shower Honoree Mrs. Frank Hall i-as gueit of honor last night for the dessert ca- nasU-showcr party given at the E 3. Skeen Jr. home for which Mrs. O. D. Watson and Mrs. Skeen, were hostesses. Following the canasta game. Mrs. Hall was presented assorted gifts irom a table overlaid In white and centered with an opened umbrella adorned In pink and blue. Streamers of the chosen colors flowed away from the table to the floor- line. Kibitzers, Guests Have Meeting Mrs, George Hubbard, Jr., yesterday was hostess at her Holly Street lome with a dessert bridge marking the weekly meeting of the Kibitzer Club. Invited as guests with the group were Mrs. Walter Daniels of Osceola, Mrs. Richard Rose, Mrs. Enrl Wildy of ManiU, Mrs, Jack Webb and Mrs. Albert, Taylor. The entertaining rooms held bouquets nf white gladioli and In the bridge game, Mrs. Taylor won high -core and Mrs. Hose, second high. Shower Honors ' Mrs. John Brown Mrs. John L. Brovn was showered with layette gifUs Wednesday night by the 18' guests who attended the party given In her honor by Mrs. [rene Davis. for the occasion Mrs. Brown was presented an orchid from her hostess and during the evening's game.! Mrs. Dick Brown and Mrs. Bill Cavasher were prize winners. After the honorce had opened the assorted gifts, the hostess was assisted by Mrs. Leo Daniels in serv- ng a dessert course. CORRECTION In our ad in Thursday's paper, Ycllo Oleo was incorrectly priced a( "2 Ibs. for 25c". It should have read: YELLO OLEO 2 LBS. 45c MAYS SUPER MARKET Wilson OES Installs Officers at Masonic Hall WILSON—Mrs, Kathryne Upton was Installed worthy matron of the Wilson Chapter Order nl the Eastern Star and Russic perry was Installed worshipful master of the Carson Lake Masonic Lodge at the annual Joint installation -services hold at the Masonic Hal], here. Tuesday night. Other. OES officers Inslallerl were G. B. Craven*, worthy patron; Mrs. Marlon Clark, associate matron- Thomas C. Williams, associate patron; Mrs. Plorabel Bishop, conductress; Mrs, Allcen Perry, associate conductress; Mrs. Or a Owens, secretary; Mrs. Gertie Mae Griffin, treasurer; Mrs. Tommle Cash, chaplain; Mrs. Edith Wilson marshal!; Mrs. Olive Williams, organist; Mrs. Kranccs Cravens. Adah; Mrs. Edna Bro*-n, Ruth; Mrs. Lonla Adanis, Esther; Mrs. Winnie Lou wtley, Martha; Mrs. 1x>is Lane. Electa; Mrs. Pauline Corkran. warder; Walter M. Didlake, sentinel, Masonic officers liKlallcd were Hugh MeNabb, senior warden- Ed Williams, junior warden; nic'hard A. Pratt,, treasurer; Maury I. Up!on, secretary; Elvis AhboH, chap- aln; Gilbert Wiley, senior deacon; Richard Perkins, Junior deacon; Lev! Ctssell, senior steward; Stanley Pierce. Junior steward; O. B. shull trustee; H. O. YaUs Sr,, tyler . Dogwood HD Club Meets; Makes Nylon Corsages "Learning by Doing" was the selected theme of the bi-monthly meeting of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club, when the group met Wednesday at the club to make nylon corsages. Mrs. Charles Lutes conducted the brief business session. Mr. Ira Koonce directed the making of the corsages from pastel tinted nylon. In the social hour, Mrs. Bob Scott ant) Mrs. Lutes served refreshments. Door prize was won by MM. Koonce. Wrs. Floyd Asher Hostess To Yarbro Baptist WMU Mrs. Floyd Asher yesterday was hostess to the Yarbro Baptist Wom- ens Missionary Union for a program sessifm.:;!^-. Mrs. T. 3V-Campbell »nd M«. Mac Krulz"were guests with the Union and during the afternoon Mrs. Jack Emery presented a devotional, duplicate League Plays Five Table Movement Playing a five-table Howell movement last night at Hotel Noble, first place honors went to Mrs. Jim Hole- on and O. S. Crowell In the biweekly game of the Blythevllle Duplicate League. Second high went to Mr. and Mrs. Marc Ford and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. W. A. Afflick took third high. At the Hospitals BlylhevlUe Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. c. E. Oilliland and baby, icily. Ben Darby, city. Walls Hospllal Dismissed: Mrs. J, A. Farley. Dell. Elizabeth Lutes'; city. Mrs. Charles A. Hunlon. Rt. 2. Mrs. Charley Bright, city. Mrs. Henry Prlcharrl and baby, city. " FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1952 Bits of News Mrs. W. L. Igleheart a! Dell has been admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital to undergo a checkup. Dr. Doyle Brewer of Manila and Dr. T. Llndtjuist will leave tomorrow afternoon for Pocahontas, to attend a two day meeting of the Northeast Arkansas Chiropractic Association. E. W. Simmons is reported in a satisfactory condition at Memphis •Baptist Hoaptui where he underwent major surgery Monday. Mlso Betty Dodds left today lor Newbern. Tenn,, lo be the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds, Sr. Mrs. Delia O?^e was called to Caven Rock. r|J., ypsiwday due to the death ol her sister. In Friendship, Tenn,, yesterday for the funeral ol Mr.s. C. N. Lip ford were Mrs. Jim England a/id daughters. Mrs. Edgar Cain, Miss Frances England,' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llpford, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ltpford; Marvin Llpford and Done Llpford all of BlylheviUe and Mrs. J. M. Forshee of Jonesboro. Miss Florence Mor,re is spending the weekend in Newbern, Tenn., with relatives, Mrs. G. C. Myers of Piegolt Is the houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. Gene Bradley and family. Mrs. Charley Bright was removed to her home on Willow street last night from Walls Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment. Pic. Billy Haynes left last night for Fort Mead, Md., afler spending 10 days here with Mrs. Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Mcllaftey were In Memphis Wednesday where Mrs. McHaffey underwent treatment at the Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny white and daughter, Grace, are in Senatobia, Miss., this week end as guests of Latest In Shii'lwaisters OSCEOLANEWS. By Bcttr* Nell* Starr Auxiliary Merit The American L«glon Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs, George Rains Tuesday night. There were 17 members present. Ted Woods spoke on the bloodmobile scheduled to be in Osceola on Jan. 31. A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the meeting, which was conducted by Mrs, Harry Jones. Junior Progressive Club Meets Mrs. Fate Harmon, Mrs. Joe Martin. Mrs. Fred Davis. Jr., Miss Ruby Annabel were hoste.ws at the Junior Progressive Club Monday night. Following the business meeting, the evening was spent in playing ca- .nasta. At the conclusion of the games, the hostesses served a dessert course with iced drinks. Mrs. Baeljy Hoslfs» Mrs. Dick Baaby entertained the Tuesday Night Brirtgc Club for supper at her home. Potted plants were used for the decorations and following supper bridge was played by the members snd three guests, Mrs. .Frank Williams, Mrs. Milton Pope, and Mrs. Fred Smith. Mrs. Williams won high score and Mrs. Bagby seccnd high. Guild Meets Miss Geralriine Listen had charge of the Wesleyan Guild Monday night when It met in the entertaining rooms of the Methodist Church. Miss Patsy Jones was vocalist and wns accompanied by Miss Carolyn Reid. Mrs. Maggie E. Barbiers. president presided. r rhe Rev. Garland Taylor presented plans for an Evangelistic program beginning Jan. 20. A guest speaker from Camden wlinbe present. A supper also is being planned. Hrar Talk nn "Art" Mrs. Madeline Campbell had Mrs. While's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ft. G. Rosetaorough. Mr, and Mrs. c. H. Wallace and Mrs. J. L. Wallace have returned from a holiday vLsIt in Long Beach and Oakland, Calif. In Long Beach, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace were the guests of Seaman Apprentice and Mrs. Dan Wallace, while Mrs. J. L. Wallace visited in Oakland as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan L. Wallace and family, while there they also attended the Hose Bowl football game. Aubrey .0bnway is reported in a satlsfacaory condition at Campbell's Clinic, Memphis where ht Is undergoing treatment. Mr. and Mrs, Jain?5 Els-land?!- of Driver announce the birth of a daughter, Dec. 29 In Memphis Methodist Hospital. She has been named Cydney Frances. They hive one other daughter, Jlmmie Rebecca, five. Mrs. Elslander Is the for-> mer Miss Athanell whttworth of Blythevills. charge of the program for the Progressive Club meeling when it met Tuesday at the clubrooms for luncheon. 1 Mrs. »pencer Driver presented several piano selections and Mrs. Jettle Driver spoke on, "Art." Mrs. Driver brought reproductions of famous paintings and spoke on the artists. Mrs. R. H. Jones, chairman of the literary department of the club Fashion's Spring Performance On; Designers Histories Told By DOROTHY ROE Associated Fress Women's Editor NEW YORK (AP>— Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, for the greatest show on earlh. It's not a live-ring circus—No Ma'am It's much bigger and gai/- dlcr and noisier than arty big top, and thercV-|o(s more of It. It's the scmi-annuai performance put on by New York's vast, garment industry for the visiting fashion prrss. now In full swing with pre, Mcjjan.nn.-iK. ui me emu views of spring styles in every cat- announced the monthly meeting egory, from nightgowns (o Easter would be Tuesday with Mrs. O. B. """ J - -Segraves as speaker. Bridge Club Meets The four-table bridge-supper club ance. Its stars are a galaxy quite met. at Cramers Tuesday night for as colorful and much x more prosper- the monthly meeting. The banquet ous than the daring young man on table was centered with branches th e flying trapeze. of nandina foliage. Guests were Mrs. Joplin Hale, Mrs. R. C. Bryant and Mrs. Claude Lloyd. Bridge was played at the home of Mrs. Madeline Campbell and Mrs. C. E. Sullenger won high club prize, Mrs. Lliiyd took high gviest prize and Mrs. Bryan, bingo. D. T. Torre ns Dies D. T. Torrens of Kansas City, Mo,, died at his home Saturday following a heart attack. He was 78. Mr. Tprrens. who was chairman ol the board of the Kansas City Life Insurance Co., before his retirement two years ago, was a frequent Osceola visitor. Those attending the funeral were George Florida, Ben Butler. Sr., and Melvin Speck. Mn. DJcluson Dies Mrs. Mary E, Dickason. mother of Mrs; Louise Bowen formerly of Osceola. died at her home in Memphis Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Dickason was 93. Burial whs Cemetery, covington, In Munford Tenn. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dixon Green of Nashville. Tenn., announce the birth of a daughter born Jan. 1 In a Nashville hospital. Mr. Green, a former Osceolan, Is the to-other o! .Mrs. Aubrey Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. George Rains spent Wednesday 'in Kennett as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed. Mrs. J. L. Ward is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Evelyn Smith in Las Cruces, N. M. She will be gone a month. Coming Events Saturday Square dancing at Country Club beginning at 8 p.m. Zeta. Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma has «:30 pjn. potluck dinner at home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman, with Mrs. George Wiggs, co-hostess. -.Duplicate Bridge League plays at H&tel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Cash & Cor'ry Wide-End Specials! POM-POM $150 Chrysanthemums I I bunch The FLOWER SHOP Glencoe Hotel Bljlheville By Sue Burnett Headluier for spring! A new classic In women's sizes with plenty of fashion news tn the 'Ingenious | use nf scallops on sleeves, collar i and front closing. Trim with tinv ! ruffling and tie a belt soitly In ' front. • ] For this pattern, ^ send 30c In I COINS, your name/ address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6. HI. . Pattern No. 8782 is a sow-rite perforated pattern In sizes 32, 34, 38, 38. 40. 42. 44, 46. Sizes 34, 4t, yards of 39-Inch. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cenls now for your'copy. Moose Club ACTIVITIES FRIDAY . . Regular activities SATURDAY , . Informal Dane* SUNDAY . . Open House for Members and Guests Gospel Meeting with Jackson, Tenn. Jan. 14 Jan. 20 EACH Night EVERYBODY WELCOME Our Firs* Meeting In Our Now Building H. F. SHARP Evangelist CHURCH OF CHRIST MAIN & DIVISION STREETS The Sensational Bill and his accordion Singing the Songs You Like... Featured Nightly at the Razorback from 9 p.m.-l a.m. (Excluding Sunday) The Razorback _ Acts for a ful! week, night and day, with never a repeat Perform- Among Ihe headlines of this week's performance, for Instance, arc the following: Fashion Leaders Hattie Carnegie . . , she sells $0 million worth of dresses, coals, suits -nd accesorics per year, commutes lack and forth between New York inrt Paris,'looks like a rather sharp Dresden doll, lives in queenlv luxury in a Fifth Avenue apartment, rules the fashion habits of her customers with an iron hand. She was born near Vienna with the name of Henrietta Knengeiser. one of seven children of an unsuccessful i commercial artist, name to America U the age of nine, accompanied only by her small sister, to Join their parents and the other five children who had come a vcar before. On the boat she asked someone. "Who Is the richest man in America?" She was told. "Andrew Carnesie" and decided at once— that's Her my name—Hattie father died when Hattie was 11, and she supported the entire family from then 'on, first as a messenger girl at Macy's. lalci as a milliner and dressmaker. Today hers Is the best-known name in American fashion, her vast establishment is staffed with countless nieces, nephews and cousins and her annual take commands respect in the highest echelons of Wall Street. Philip Mangone ... he Is known as one of the two top tailors in the New York garment Industry. The other is Anthony Blotta. also a star performer In this week's big show. Like Blotta. Mangone was born in Italy, learned his trade the hard way. In h'ls native village, proudly exhibiis the broken thumb which Is the mark of an Old World tailor. He despairs of the future of tailoring in America, because there are no longer any young men willing to go through the long, hard apprenticeship. He says fine tailors must be born poor, so they are will Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Times Today ALFRED HITCHCOCK trangers^ Train mm ROMAN wuia Ing lo «p«nd long years, learning their trade, points out that is why so many of them come from Italy. tar»« Number From Italy Mangone Is one of the few survi. vors of the crash of the dirigible Hmdenberj, still bears the scar of the fire on his face and hands. He goes to Europe at least twice a year, always tries to book passage on the maiden voyage of a ship or plane. Is a seasoned world traveler, yet still oversees his own workroom, wears » tape-measure around his neck. Claire McCardcll . . , she's the dol of the college girl crowd, originator of the fad for blue Jeans and sloppy shirts, Inventor of the diaper bathing suit, high priestess of carelessly smart rtress. she looks something like a college girl herself, effects the same stance, goes skiing in her spare time, typifies thp wholesome American qlrl. Tina Leser . she was born Into the stiff-necked social set of Philadelphia, went to Honolulu at an early age and opened a shop where she ran up a reputation with American travelers for Individual sports and beach clothes, .— Sportswear Designer She came hack to New York to make an Instant success as a sportswear designer, got married a couple of years ago and went on a round-the-world honeymoon, brlni;- Inz back desien inspirations from odd corners of the earth. She ts large, happy, uninhibited, believes in comfort, good food and an easy aporoach to all the problems of life. F,]izabeth Arden . . . having first made a fortune in cosmetics. Miss Arden. who came to New York from Canada a good many years ago, now has added a high-style' costume salon to her business, caters to the upper crust, she at one time married into the European nobility, has & stable of famous race horses, runs her "Maine Chance" farms for fun and profit, always has been alert to the main chance. Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:0* p.m. daily for our pro- tram announcements Box Office Phone 2752 Office ftione 6W8 Box Office Opens at 1:4* Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Last Times Today « * Paramount News & Shorls Saturday Only! Double Feature A MEW TTPE OF WESTERN ...with SjMc/af flatlet Serial: "Pirates Harbor" Also Cartoon Cont. Show Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday M*rr ret* an* KM Cont. Showing Sunday 2-11 Starters & Generators Repaired & Exchanged J. Raymond Smith 200 t. Kentucky Avis. 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