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WEDNESDAY, MARyH 5, 1952 W.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACE FIVE Jane Shelton, Society Editor phone 4461 Mrs. Worth Holder Has Dessert Bridge A dessert bridge at the Worth Holder home yesterrlny entertained members of the Tri-Town Club and quests. Jonquils, japonlca blooms and assorted Spring flowers marked the rooms in which the club and guests, _Mrs. Mason Day, Jr.. Mrs. Bob $$Varren, Mrs. Dick J. White, Mrs. Sen Harpole, Jr., Mrs. I. R. Cole-, Perfect Pair For Girls 8593 *-M yu. Sun Fashions Will Be More Demure n 1952, Fashion Leaders Declare By Sue Burnett As simple as can be—and so practical for warm weather is this bare- arm dress for the miss of .six to fourteen. .Eyelet or ruffling makes a pretty finish. And for cover-up, a brief, eo.sy to make bolero. Pattern No. 8593 is a sew-rtte perforated pattern in sizes 6, 8, 10 12, 14 years. Size 8, dress Hi yards of 30-inch; bolero, »i yard; Ui yards trimming. For this pattern, send 30c .COINS, your name, address, size Desired, and the PATTERN NUM- .BER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Quincy St. Chicago 6, HI. Send 25 cents today for your copv of Basic FASHION '52. It shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with economical, timesaving styles. Gift pattern printed inside. 2o cents. DALLAS, Tex. tin — Gentlemen: rou might as well get user! to it— the fashion in the sun this summer is going to be demure. That's what Bits of News Earl Snider, ST., is a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital. He is in Room 5G3. Condition of Moss Bryan, who is confined to his West Walnut Street home after having suffered a mild heart attack, is reported as some improved and he will probably be able to be out the latter part of this week. Mrs. R. L- Mitchell was admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital last night to undergo treatment. Mrs. Harold Thompson is with her. Mrs. Rudolph Vrska is reported in an improved conditJor at her home where she has been confined for the past several days due to influenza. Condition of Fate Wallace, who has been critically ill at the home of his .son, Alvin Wallace of Gosnell for the post week, is reported as remaining critical. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Humphrey announce the birth of their first child,a da lighter, 3e verlj* Ann, Sunday at Ration's Clinic in Manila.-Mrs. Humphrey is the former Miss Myrleen Johnson of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Orvill o. Elkins. Jr., and daughters, Teresa and Louisa Lynn of Brinkley are spending this week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elkins 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Daws and Mrs. O. O .Elkins and family. . Pvt;. Billy L. Glass left yesterday for Fort Benning, Ga., after spending a three days leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass. Pvt, Glass was motored to Memphis by his father, uncle, G. T, Gracy and Joe Hoffstetter. The Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Wiiford of Batesville, and the Rev. and Mrs. Guy Ames of Newport are the guests of Mrs.. George Pyles today. The Rev. Mr. Wiiford, who is pastor of the Batesville Methodist Church is a former minister of the First Methodist Church in Blytheville. The Rev. Mr. Ames is pastor the Southwest says. If a girl wears a slinky sheath dress, she's going to cover it up with a froth of silk organza or dotted swiss nil billowy. She's going to wear little gir dresses with prim little white organdy collars and cuffs, she's going to wear layers of petticoat* That's what the Dallas designers showed to some 40 women from over the country for the secom annual national press week of the Dallas fashion center. Fashion writers here v/hfsked from a Southern fried chicken breakfast through morning coffee afternoon tea, champagne with cu cumber and watercress sandwich? to dinner at a Dallas night club- all accompanied by fashions and more fashions. They did the same thing yesterday until 5 p.m.. when they picked out blue jeans and sports shirts from a Dallas manufacturer and kept them and bounced off to . square dancing party at a ranch just outside Dallas for an evening of plain Southwestern hospitality. man. Mrs. Clarence Webb and Mrs. R. E. Green were seated, .; In the bridge game, Mrs. Gene Teaford took club high score, with guest high going to Mrs. Coleman. Mrs. Newton Whitis won second high. 'Marriage Problems' Will Be PTA Study Topic The Rev. George McGhehey, pas tor of Lake Street Methodls Church will lead the study course "Marriage and the Tccn-Ager" to morrow night at the joint studs course of the senior high and jun ior high school Parent-Teacher: Associations. The study will be held at thi Home Economics Cottage at T:3i p.m. At the Hospitals Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: O. D. Bond. Cooler. Leonard Knight, city. Mrs. Utho Barnes, city. Hal Brooks, city. James Richard Williams, city. of the Newport Methodist Church Mrs, Pyles will leave tomorrow fo West Memphis to spend the week end. Franklin Wayne Middleton c Leachville was among the sevc University of • Arkansas student enrolled in the College of Busines Administration to make straigh "A" grades during the fall semes ter, it is announced today by th school. Mrs. Roy I. Bagley will leave to morrow for Inland, Miss., to Joii the Rev. Mr, Bagley, who is ther evangelistic work and accom pany him home in several days. SPARKS RED CROSS DRIVE—E. Roland Harriinnn, national prf'?iderit of the American Red Cross, unveils the original painting of the 19ri2 fund-raising campaign at the headquarters of jthe New York City chapter. The annual Red Cross drive goal is $85 million. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••s ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekdays =s 7:00 p.m. Sat. Sun. 1:00 p.m. ez PINZA JANET LEIGH Technicolor Sport Short & Race Horse Short ROMS ABUL CUISEof NAGGING ACHES and FUNS due to Deficiencies of Vitamins 61,82, Niatin and Iron Thursday & Friday 2 Hits "•8-ITiTHlUCMllFEIINEI Also Technicolor Short •••**••»••»t*•••.,.,,, Summer's P/ay Togs Actually Not What They Appear to Be A person has only himself to blame If he goes around suffering from nagging aches and pains because of deficiencies of Vitamins B lt B,, Niacin and Iron in his system. And he shouldn't be satisfied to merely relieve his symptoms for a short time Because with HADACOL— you can actually relieve a real and underlying cause of such nagging aches am pains that slow you up and make your life miserable. Continued Use Helps Freyent Return What's more, continuous use of this wonderful HADACOL medicine no only gives continuous and corcipleli relief, but it helps keep such defl- clency-caused aches and pains from coming back. This sounds almost too good to be true, doesn't 117 But it is the AESO LUTE THUIH which no one can deny Just take a bottle of HADACOL to your doctor. Show him the Ineredr ents on the label. See If he doesn'i agree that KADACOL is an excellent medicine for such deficiencies Your own good sense should tell yoi HADACOL MUST be good when so many millions of bottles have been sold. You simply can't beat a medicine that's COOD! Buy a bottle of HADACOL today. Let it bring about an amazing improvement in the way vou (eel. HAOACD il.ii Siibilibto-nnriOliljilni CiniiiM HlHtOl '•int Aid for Laundry Given by Locomotives WER^BURO, Germany W—Two ittle locomotives on a track that eads nowhere keep soldiers at this U.S. Military Post crisp and starch- d. The two steam engines '*'ere >ressed into service recently when he boiler In the pojt laundry wheezed and lest pressure. The German railroad system was asked for help. Fir.st a Hack was aid up to the post laundry. Then a RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. locomotive and a special car with boilers to heat passenger tralnj went Into action. Presently th« laundry mangles began to turn again and clean clothes rolled out to the troops. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. Phone 58 WED.-THUKS. "F.B.I. GIRL Caesar Romero Audrey Toller FRIDAY "SUDAN" Maria Monlez • Jon Hall WKD.-THURS. "SIROCCO" Humphrey Bogart Maria Toren FRIDAY 'ANNE OF THE INDIES" Jean Pelers Louis Jordan {ice for Koreans' PHNOM PENH. Cambodia, Indo- :hina wv-The kingdom of Cam- odla is planning to send a slilp- nent of rice to Korea to aid the people of South Korea. The ship- lent is being arranged at the re- uest of the secretary-general of the United Nations. A similar contribution was made last year. WED.-THURS. "SIROCCO" Humphrej' Bogarl _N Ours Alone in Blytheville! all lovely carves... Fine FLEECE, with multiple stitching detail to re-define each bcaiuiful flaring lint . just a hint of padding in the gentle ,'houldrrs. Conlrasl-lincd with iridescent lafTrla. Misses' sizes 8 to 18; Juniors 9 to 15, in spring paUels: Nude, Gold. Icy Blue, Pink, Violet. 5995 it's Whifsitf's "Because You Like Smart Things' Special Event! Look/ NELLY DON does Town crepes in new washable 95 ronderful, fresh-looking dresses by IVdly Don in washable rayon. Done with soft, easy lines and fine dressmaker details ... a very modest price lag. Shell-collar dress, left, in brown, green, red, navy or grey slripcs on white. 12 lo 44 and 12'/i to 22/i. I.itlle-snirl drew, right, in navy, blue or lil?c with white dots. Also, brown, navy, red or green with white. 12 >o 44 and 12/s to 22/». Ours Alone In Blytheville it's Whitsitt's "Because You Like Smart Things' 7

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