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roim Jan« Shelton, Society Kditor Phune 4461 Candlelight Ceremony Honor* Mrs. S. Wilson *i a candlelight ceremony last night at the home of Miss Maxinc Overman on Chtckasawba, MM Shaw Wilson was presented a wlii(i> Bible to symbolize the establishment of a new home. Mri. Wilson, who until her KVC,, marriage was Miss Mary Cocl-icil was the first brlue of (lie Yom-c' Womens Association of (he pirat Baptist Church to be honored in «uch a ceremony. The y\VA plans to make it a traditional rite lor brides . of the group. • Air*. Clyde Webb, Young People's Director lor Mississippi County, conducted the service. . A reading Ijy Miss Edna Overman preceded A duet continuing the marriage theme by Miss Katlierlne Westbrook and Mia June Kuchan- an accompanied at the piano In' Millie Ann Malloiy. AIr«. IVebb lighted a single call! •oral tiper for Mrs. Wilson who I turn WRS encircled by YWA mnn . hers holding matching glowing lap •rs. The white Bible for the new horn WM presented Mrs. Wilson by YW counselor, Mrs. Roy Head. A prayer by Ml«> Haxcl Branne concluded the service. Miss Overman served refresh ments In a social hour following. Mrs. Harry Taylor Joins Circle Mrs, Harry Taylor met «« a nevt member, with Circle One of Lake Street Methodist church last nigli when 13 members gathered at the chuch for the weekly session. In the absence of Circle cjialrmon Mr«. Jim Davis, Mrs. Billy King conducted the business discussions Prayer by Mrs. o. M. Baxter preceded the announcement read the A 'Must' For Juniors group from Mrs, W. J. Pollard asking for assistants at the Blood Dank to be In Blytheville soon. The devotional, "Steward of Al the Earth" was Riven by Mrs. Don Lutii. The 24th Psalm was the scripture reading for the evening. Prayer by Mrs. George McOhehev adjourned the session. Mrs. A. Bahn Entertains Class / Mr«. Arthur Bahn Ian* night was hosteM at her home to 18 mem- ben of tha friendship Class of the First Baptist Church for the monthly buatneM-socIiiI gathering. The meeting was conducled by Mrs. Dick Melton with group sing- ingr »nd repeating of the motto opening th« discussion!. Prayer by Mrs. Pat Chltmon preceded the devotions! by Mrs. James Fisher, [After th* monthly report of officers Mn. O. L. Evans, class teacher, led th« adjourning prayer. In the social hour following. Mrs Tommy Tinker directed l.he parly games. Mrs. Bahn served a salad plate and Iced drinks. The entertaining rooms used fcr the occasion held bouquets of summer blomns and greenery. In the 13th Century, a French »asl*r-Uilor made patterns of thin wood, but wa« rebuked by his guild wliMi feared women would steal them. 8645 11-18 By Sue Burnett An Important outfit In a Junior wardrobe-lilted juniper and blouse .set to mix or match with similar wardrobe ilems. And It's so suitable for different, occasions — campus or date wear depending on fab- Bits of News —i ric . Pattern No. 8«1I> Is » sew- rite perforated pattern for sizes 11, 12. J3, 14. ID ami IS. Sice 12. Jumper, t yards of 31 or 39-Inch; blouse, yards. For this pattern, seud .TOc In COINS, your name, .address, size desired, ind the PATTERN' NUMBER (o Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quillcy street.. Chicago, 8. Ill 'Hie Pall and (Winter Issue of 'ASHIOON Is Just .what you've icon walling [or—a complete guide planning a wearable wardrobe a new season I Olft patterns irlnted Inside. 25 cents. Coming Events Social Calendar Country Club Duplicate Biidgs League plays nt 1:M am. Wedneiffay Cupplcs entertaining Club Eight meets with Mrs Paul [>l>e. Mri. Louis Henderson, CTB Club lostess. Thursday "Mri. Johnny Willie hostess to Kibitzer Club. Thursday Rook meets at Ills home f Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Dupllcnti Bridge League meets t 7:30 p.m. at Tou-1 Noble. Saturday Mls» Laura awnlu become* the ride dl Donnld M. Manners «t Hie "irst Presbyterian Church nt 3:30 m. Duplicate Bridge fragile meet! t Hotel Noble at 1:0 p.3m. Mrs. W. J. •LE Ohib. Jimmy Phillips and Marvin Roks have returned from St. Lcjuls where they had spent 10 days. Mr». Edgar Oslin and daughter, Knrcn will arrive tomorrow from tholf home In Little Hock for a two weeks visit with Mrs. Osllii's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks. Mis. Parks and Mrs. Whitney Morgan will motor to Little Rock to accompany them here, Mr, and Mrs. Oeralil Rlomeyer n Fllnl. Mich., former Blytheville res dents, are spending tills week « •uestK of Mrs. Blomeycj-'s parent Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Field, sister Mr J. f. Holland and family anfl M Blomeyer's mother, Mrs. 'K. P. Bio neyer. Mrs. John Bomland and house liirats. daughter Mrs. Mobley Este ind children of Columbus, Qa spent the weekend In sikeston . tnezte ol their daughter and siste Mrs. M F. Brownlcc. Jr., and fam ly. Mr. and Mis. Hugh Whilsltt an daughter, Gall are In Sheffield, Ala as Rnests of Mr. and Mrs. Brya Mfley and son. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith an< wo children of Atlanta, Ga., ar ucsls of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ciarl nd Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Freemai nd family. Mrs. L. O. Nash has returned fron n extended visit with relatives am friends In Kentucky and Virginia. Mr. and,- Mrs. Dick Watson ant daughter, Cella hru-e returned fion Lake Norfolk where Ihey spent week wiih friends. Mi, and Mrs. E. C. Matthews re turned last night from Pond Dulac Mich.. Lake Wlnnebago, Lake Sup erlor and Picture Rock where they hod vacationed for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walton have returned from a two weeks vacatior In Vermont. Mrs. W. W, Wyrick Is now at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Birdie Vastblnder. 1913 W. Ash alter having been a patient at Walls Hos- pllal. K. O. Odom of Jacksonville. Fla. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Travis, Mrs. Al Havener and daughter Mrs. Wendell Daniels, Mr. Daniel: and son Jerry, of Kaianmzoo, Mich are Ihe houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks and family am Mr. and Mrs. f(oy McKay. Frances .Jean England and June Freeman returned last night from a (wo weeks vacation In Berry and Cnrbonhlll. Ala., and other points of interest. Cpl. Don Btwharse will 'leave tomorrow for Larson Air Base, Moses Lake, Wash., after spending a 15 tiny leave here with his parent* Mr. and Mrs. If. D. Besharse and sister, Miss Patsy Brsllarse. Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Holt and jon, Steve have returned to their licine In n.versburfi. Tenn., after spending several days here a* guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim England. Mr? and Mrs. J. N. Smothermon and son. Butch, spent the weekend at Lake Norfork. Mr. and Mrs. HarTey Parrlsh were oiled to Tnimann yesterday to be with Mr. Parrlsh's mother Mrs. Hannah Parrlsh who had suffered a second stroke. Her condition Is reported as som« improved Mr. and Mrs. Panlsli returned to Blytheville last night. Mr. and Mrs. Oum Allison had as M/mneyiTj,g, (ARE.) cotntm HKW» New 'Season-Skippers' Are Versatile *y GAIL* DUCrAH rtvUriimt* *n<4 »u^. _» IL .. _ .. / , JULY «, 1051 NEA SUff Writer YORK. (NBA)- Picking, in spring, a dreu that will be a winner In iijmmer, too, Is largely a matter of calculation. When you'r« organltlng your spring wardrobe, it's a. good Idea financially Uj buy at least {ve dresses that can slip from spring Into warmer days with no difficulty. The Jacket dress U a likely can- /edlmjot* and tb* »h*«th ores, topped by a duster. A print dress, either with or without a stole U a;wise buy. All can be worn sty. oral ways and therefore lead mul- t.lple lives. And If the fabric that makes these dresse« is washable, so much the belter. [A Jacket-dress In linen-textured rayon that's washable c.in get an early spring start. Under the neatly tailored Jacket there's a sun- Both a» In «oft pa»t«Ii. Tfce jack et has a ntpped-ln wiijt and brace let-length sleeves. . Another spring - into - aumme dres«, this one with neckline inter est Is a print In sod rayo crepe. The necKllne it filled In soft ly with pleater rayon faille. A peg top skirt makes an easy-to-wei lilpllne and slims down to trln lines. The faille is repeated on th sleeve cuffs, carrying out the coi (rusting (rim. MOTHERS! " ^^^^^^^—^^m^m^m See Your Child's Picture In Full Color On Our Theater Screen! Win A Big Prize 1st Prize-$25 Bond! 1951 "Child of The Year" Contest Here's How to Enter I. Drew jour child In rolnrhil clothing, , n d hrlnu your child to Iht Rlli Theater. !. A seriM of natural colnr povr.' will b« l»ken by a special child photographer. J. VOP mij select (he pose jou wf»h lo enter— »nd that pose will b« shown on Ihe thfaler screen. 4. The regional winner becomes elljlhle tor the national title, "Child of thi Ve»r". n«ftlnnhi( llomtiir you have an opportunltT t. • liter vtinr child In thi, , r » r 'j "Child of'th. Vear" Conlesl. flier, .ire no enlrj fee., n. oh«r»es. no obligations'. Special pri»es will b« .warded lo hahies. ANI> Ihr Grand Prl.e for the "Child of Ihe Vear" nill !>, . rf .i Hour- wood Srrern Test! llun'i mi,* this opuorltmttVl 3 BIG DAYS! MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY July 30 & 31st and August 1 10:30 A.M. — 5:30 P.M. their overnight guests Mr. and Mrs. Dennis were en route to Memphis to visit relatives, I Bay Johnston Is undergoing treatment and observation at the U S Marine Hospital, Memphis, Miss Ruby Hughey and Miss Mildred Golden will return to their home in Washington. D. C., this weekend alter two weeks visit here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Flshei- and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley. Miss Hughey lias also been visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert For- syfhe, Mr. Forsyllie, In Luxora. MYs, John Smothermon will leave Earrings from Your Garden— (Few (By NEA Servire) things complement the tomorrow for Hlckman, Ky to spend three weeks with relatives She will be motored to Hlckman hy her son, J. N. Smothermon, Mrs Smothermon and son, Butcli Charles Clay, AA, Navy was the veekend guest of his parents. Mr ind Mrs. Harvey Fairish. Mr. and Mrs. Parrish motored him to Mil- llngton, Sunday where he reportec to (he Naval Air Technical Training Center-for a cruise to Pensacola, Fla. Donna Leigh is the name which has been selected by Mr. and Mrs J. N. nay for their third child, a daughter born Thursday at Walls Hospital. They have two sons, Nicky and Stevie. At The Hospital* Dismissed: Ben Darby. Jr., city. Walbi Hospital Dismissed: Robert Griscold, Stcele. Mrs. j; n. uay Hlld i, a j, y Q Fate Wallace, Rt. 4. Mrs. Ruby Sansom and baby Uixnru . '• Mrs, Billy King and baby, Luxora. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS III July 31. «-< USD AI-Hogs 11,000; mostly 40 to 50 higher; some butchers over 240 Ibs ami weighty sows 5 higher; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs J3.'J5-SO; top 23.51), mostly for weights, under 320 Ibs; few 230-Ibs down to 23.00; most 240-270 Ibs W.00-23.00; 210-300 Ibs 21'.25-220050-110 Ibs 21,50-22.15; 120-140 'ibs 8.50-21.00; mostly Ig.lf, up- ino- 10 lt>s 16.50-18.35; sows 400 Ibs down 18.15-10,50; heavier sows 6.1V 18.50; stags 13.00-15.50; boars . . O.OO-D.OO. Cattle 3500; calves 1930; few oads and lots good and low choice leers and heifers 33.50-35,00; util- ty and commercial steers and lelfers 28.00-30.00; utility and commercial cows 22,50-28.00' tanners "rt,.Putter^ n.tx>-22.50.v .; ^ The/Bible In Ihe world's best sctl- ir, witii an average 1 - of 30,000,000 :opte» being sold annually. ffcsh, blooming beauty of a young '.voman more than newly-cut flowers from a summer garden, yet it's surprising how few girls take advantage of thti home-grown beauty aid. • If you're planning an evening of dining or dancing, try fresh-flower (•arrings (•; help you achieve that Wlle-or-tiie-ball look. Not only do they set oft your charm to good advantage, but they should serve as \yell as a conversation piece, spark- llnx male admiration and feminine envy. I To create your own Individual Wc-isom earrings, choose diminutive flowers such as sweatheart noses, heart's ease, bachelor buttons or liny zinnias. I There's a trick to keeping these attractive accessories in place: attach them to your ears with celo- ptiane tape. The procedure Is simple. Fasten one end of the tape under your ear lobe, place the stem of the flower in position, then press the Other end of the tape to the top of A breath of summer-garden freshness enhance, the charm of lhi« younjt woman, who al- jtcnea (my sweetheart roses to her ears a* floral accent for »n important evening. your ear lobe. This anchor will throughout the laleties of an en. hold your posy securely in place tire evening. * RUTH MILLETT * Feel 'Alive' Yourself to Make Others Feel That Way Bj RUTH Mll.LETT. NEA Sl.ff Writw Hollywood Columnist E r s k I n e The dull bores are the people wlv Johnson, reporting on a couversa- ' ' " ' '-* ' ' lion with John Barrymore, Jr.. about his famous, aunt, Kthel Barrymore, quotes the young man as saying: "I'm learning things hy liv- ing'with Aunt Ethel, temporarily. You feel alive walking into Aunt Ethel's house." Ethel Barrymore Is a rare personality, of course. But any intelligent woman can achieve that power of making people "feel alive." Good hostesses jiave it. So do on; most fascinating friends. We don't usually analyze their lUrnctton. We just know that they are Interesting to he with, that they !ive us something important. I'hpy Have Wide Range of Interests Actually, isn't It usually true that these people are themselves Interested in n great number of things— o interested In these things that, hey can't help sharing their in- crest with others. '.-They make others "feel alive" be- -ause they are themselves so much alive, so interested ,in all that goes on around them. have narrowed their Interests dowi to only those things that concerr their everyday living. The woman whose chief topics o conversation are her health, her children, her household problems nnd gossip about the neighbors couldn't make anybody feel alive She is only half alive herself. She is bored—and so she is boring. Learn all you can about a number of things. Try to learn something from everyone you know. And then you are with others. let your own interest stimulate theirs. That's the real secret of making others "feel alive." 'Stay Up Lot*' Society formed in Copenhagen COPENHAGEN—(/Pj—An international .clinophpbiun society has been formed In Denmark. Its members from three nations,' rally around a common wish not to go to bed until the early hours of the morning. Cut your driving costs! Get a Studebaker Champion! of gjTgS LOW PRICE FIBLD r,^ W A V m ,NEWSTUDEBAKE^ CHAMPION One ofth9 4lowest price largest selling cars! A CHAMPION IN ADVANCEMENTS, TOO 819 visibility on«-pi«c« wlndihi.ld ... Brakti ttio* auto- molically adjust Hi«m»«lv« ... VoriobU rofio "«xlro- 1«v«ra B «" tleering ... Tight-gripping rotary door latch** ... Soft-glow "black light" irutrument pant) dials . .. Automatic choke ... Automatic tpark and h*at control* ... "Heat-dam" pitlont... Big capacity trunk .. . N«w longer wheelha.. ... Flight-itreamcd .tyling — no bulg- -~"^™^^^""* - 'Ing «<:•«« bulk ...Ri<h upholttwy... Many body ulor»; CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY W. D. "Bill" Chamblin, Owner Railroad & A»h Streets Phone fn the *Sf Mobllgai Economy Run, th« Studcbalcer Champion's o<luo) e a * mileage* was 2Vi to 6 mitej per gallon r bttUr thon that of the entries of the three other largest tell- ,~ing lowest price cars. *Slud«! / RFfciv - < —Courier News iirLh.ni. AHARI)S_.r. Louis cherry deft) and [, E Old (center) iTe::;;,;:,;™ of''u™c™-it b e^ Mi Wv ' " the immediate past president. Dior Endorses Trend to Longer bkirfs; Final Length Optional ?hed a spectator at the CtSla'n lor dress show today. . wlir-n Dior endorsed the new ' skirts that matie "• f n i i srts hat matie "• Jfficlal, In the opinion of fashion- consciu conscious Paris. s ars. But as to how far to let your hems ut— you can be your own ind K e nd suit your own figure. Even Dior' aries his lig .- -tut juui own iigure. Even Dior tries his hemlines, and some de- gners favor longer skirts than ithers. But 14 inches from the loor seems to be high water mark. With lialf a dozen Important York Fashions May Go Oriental RANGOON- -W)_The Influence of !he Burmese longyl may soon be seen on shar/ely American hips If Carolyn Schrmrer, New York dress designer, can hit the right idea Miss. Schnurer recently visited Rangoon to buy Burmese textiles and •study local fashions. She plans to adapt the longyi, a wrap around garment worn here botli by men and women, for costume styles suitable to American women. This means hand-woven Manda- ay silks, costly even in Burma, are ikely next spring to appear in New York salons either as formal even- ng gowns or the more convenient cocktail dress. collections, Including Jacques Helm and Carven today, some trends an already firmly set, after having turned up In nearly all the earlv showings. The primly high neckline—sometimes not so prim with decolletags cut out underneath: The stiffened petticoat, flared out at Ihe bottom <:r belling from the hip: The shoifc' tight suit jacket: the tiny waisP line natural hlpline and uplifted busiline—all are universally popular. Colors have online whole been dark, with only Alwynn rebelling against ever-popular black and gray. What Don't You Need? Old rlekelj forniture, worn clothes. Ashing equipment anything on earth that »on don'l want is worth money In trades and swaps at R A M | Sales Co.) Bring It down— ; vou'll Rnd something jo* DO H&MSolesCo. 117 r - Main r-hnnn M59 Air Conditioned by Refrigeration UM«i to KI,CN at 10:!0 a.m. and 4:00 p.n. «dally for our program announcements. R«f Ofr™ n Ph< "" " 52 - Offfc « Phon « «98» Box Offic. Opens at I :-15—Show Start, 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVER YD AT '• Make the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters NO MOSQUITOES - NO BUG* SMOKING LOUNGE FOR COMPI ETE TION. 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