The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1952 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1952 BLYTHF.VILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shdton, Society Editor Pllolie 44(}1 Dessert Bridge, Kitchen. Shower Continue Pre-Nuptiai Parties A dessert bridge yesterday afternoon for three tables of guests and a shower of assorted kitchen articles last night at a party at the R. L. Dednv.in home continues thel -vihirl of events feting Miss Mary fy|:e Crafion, March bride-to-be." Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Bon The Magic Cape By Sue Burnett Certain to be your favorite summer outfit—the youthful bare-top dress, trimly pocketed, with a magical button-on cape that turns It into an attractive street costume. Pattern No, 8800 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12 14. 16, 18. 20: 40. 42. Size U, dress, 3 1 ? yards of 33-inch; eape, HI yards, Hi yards trimming. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, jour name, address size jpfired, and the PATTERN NUM- i>6R to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Qttincy St., Chicago 6, ill. Send 25 cents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. It shows yoil ho\v to make your wardrobe" do double duty with economical timesaving styles. Gift pattern printed Jnside-. 25 cents. I Karpole Jr. were hostesses at the Harpole home for the dessert bridge for which they had chosen a theme of yellow and whit*. The small tables at which guests were seated were centered with satin tied colonial bouquets In the chosen colors which later were separated to reveal Individual corsages for the honoree and guests. The chosen theme also was repeated In the gift wrappings o! prizes presented the bridge winners. Clusters of blooms tied each package. Mrs. P. E. utlcy won high score in the bridge game, with Mrs, nil- pert Craftoti, taking second high and Mrs. Jim Hlehl, bridgo. A suit of tiny blue and white check was chosen by Miss Crnfton, who was presented a gift in silver from her hostesses. "Daisies will tell" was the theme chosen by Miss Jean Dedman and Mrs. n. L. Dedman last night when they were hostesses at their West Ash Street home to 26 members of the Love Group of the First Christian Church who gathered (o shower Miss Crafton with kitchen gifts Clusters of the daisies marked the chair in which the honoree was seated for the evening's activities. Measuring spoons and other kitchen articles were fJJtwJned with the blossoms. Mrs. William Frazler, Pamela Cra/toi'., sister of the honoree and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe were prize winners in the party games. Pamela Cratton. dressed as i maid, entered bearing a large tray of gifts for the kitchen of the honoree's new home and after these had been displayed a dessert course was served from the daisy centered refreshment table. Favors of daisy clusters holding pennants, "Sue loves Bud" were presented. A trousseau model ol brown crepe was chosen by the honoree, who also wore brown accessories Mrs. Rupert Crafton. mother of the guest of honor was a special guest at both events. Club, 3 Guests Meet in Home Three guests yesterday were invited to attend the dessert bridue at the W. O. Higginson home honoring members of th« Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. HusseH C. Parr, Mrs J G Trieschmann and Mrs. H. C Bush were club guests Spring blooms decorated the home and in the bridge game Mrs Trieschmsnn won high score, second high and bridgo went to Mrs Doyle Henderson. Mrs. Carl Corner Former Resident Exchanges Vows With Army Man Miss Patsy Reece, daughter of Mr and Mrs. K. S. Reece of Elaine former Blytheville residents, became the bride of Cpl. Carl Conner in a Feb. 15 ceremony performed In Marianna. Cpl. Conner fs the son of Mr and Mrs. Richard Conner of Helena. The bride chose a suit of blue and wore accessories of navy blue and whit* and a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Conner, who Is a niece of Mrs. Floyd Sharp of Blytheville is a graduate of Elaine High School Also a graduate of Elaine High School. Cpl. Conner is now serving with the Army at Camp Chaftee where Mrs, Conner will join him | later to make their home. Guests Attend Circle Meeting at Church Mrs. Frank Lunsford and Miss Lois Lunsford last night were guests with nine members of the Business Womens Circle Three of Calvary Baptist Church who met at the church. Group singing and repeating of the watchword preceded a prayer by Mrs. Howard Caldwell. Mr.s. Hubert Polsgrove conducted the business session in which officer report? were htard. Mrs. C. S. Blrminshim. program chairman introduced Miss Lucinda Cole.'who gave the story, "Johnny's Big Lesson." Mrs. Oeorgie Hodge presented the devotional and Mrs. Ellen Coniey closed the meeting with prayer Benefit Supper Tonight Co Aid Osccola Juniors OSCEOLA _ A benefit chicken pot-pic supper will be hold tonight at the elementary school by members of the junior class of'oscrola High School. Supper will be served from 5 til) 8 o'clock. Proceeds o! the supper will he used for the annual junior-senior banquet. 4-\Vay Tie Results From Bridge League Game The six-table Hcnvell movement last night played by the country Club Duplicate Bridse LeaiMio T- suited-t(i the first four-way tie for second honors in the League's history. Mrs. IV. D. Chnmblm and Mrs. F. E. Black won high score. Tylns for second place were Mrs. p" D F.-ster and P. D. Foster, Jr.- Mrs S. B. Time nnd -Mrs. B. A. Lynch; .Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. R. F. Klrsrmcr; and Mrs. \v. A. Af and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. 44 Attend Group Missionary Programs Forty-four members of Calvary Baptist. Junior Girls Auxiliary and Royal Ambassadors m-L Mond.iy night at the civu-ch for missionary programs. Group sinsiiiE ;iml a prayer led by Airs. Porter Miller preceded the programs presented for the croups The GA's Inter served refreshments in the church entertaining room and the meeting closed with prayer by Alf Jones. PACK FIVE ' -upid Shrine Thrives In Japan; Others Fail TOKYO M'j—Most of the Shinto shrines in Jnpan are in pow shape inancially, but not the shrine of >.umo, the Japanese counterpart of ^upid. it's thriving. Some Japanese believe ail marriages are arranged by the god Izuma. The newspaper. A5ahi, reported 'rom Matsue. Western Honshu 1s- 'and. tliat the sJirino-wJd four million charms last year, netting $220 000. In addition those grateful for good wives or husbands, or those wishing gcod rnarrinses, miutc donations. About 240 couples, includ- ng some American soldiers married to Japanese girls, chose the shrine DIFFERENT DIAL— A cylinder replaces ihc conventional dialing disk on this new German telephone, shown in Frankfurt. Manufacturers claim the new device shortens dialing time and simplifies the procedure. Come to Our Free Style Show WITH LOCAL GIRL MODELS THURSDAY NIGHT 8:00 to 9:00 Joan Matheny Mrs. Alden Olivers Dorothy Rollison Pat McGregor Jtianlta Overman Mary Lou Sawyers Barbara Ann Johnson Betlye Muilins Pat Muilins Come . . . ,te Incal girls model the newest In spring fash- Ions at the Harlinit Shop in Blytheville. (Their names are given below.) It's the big ln- Iruduclion to Darlings Dress Festival at sprin* styles— which la.sts from February 2% to March •. Remember, the Slj-lrr Show In one night nnly —one hour only. Plan to come. There'll be door prlMs, (oo! Peggy Zachry Patsy Haynej Mary Ann Roberson Beverly Jones Muilins Polly Ann chism Diana Zcller Marllynn Meadows Btllte Gene Weslbrook Darling Shop Water in the Dismal Swamp of North Carolina and Virginia Is suinfd 'lo the color of dark cider by submerged peat and twisted roots and stumps. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Communil.v Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. 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