The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1952 · Page 5
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1952 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Coming Events Wednesday Lnnge PTA has 3 p.m. session at school preceded by 2:30 p.m. Executive Board meeting. Dellotnan Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting al Hotel Noble. Mrs. Furl Knlpplc hostess lo Spmi-Canasia Club. Mrs, b. E- Old, Jr., rnScrtaln- ins Wednesday Club at Country Club. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. A. B. Reese. Thursday Mrs. Cleo Wren hostess to Thursday Ronk Club. TLE Club meets with Mrs. Jer ry Scrape. Mrs. N. W. Trnnnham hostess lo Alpha Beta Bunco Club. LEI Nueve meets with Mrs. Clar cncc Webb, Duplicate Brklgf! I-ea^ne. play: I Hotel Nob'c at 7.30 p.m. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson enter' nining Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Morris Oxnient entertaining Stitch and Chatter Club, Woman's Club Executive Boatri nects fit club nn U'csi Main Strrr-L it 2 p.m. followed by general scs- Parade" were Jtedel'.s modcLs head ort by twins, Donna and fJann; QuinUm- Ollioi's who paraded n various costumes designed for all around KoelfU and s[icri.s activitie were AiiReln Grcnmvell, Hoi nth Hrxme, Evelyn Kay Hotsteadi, Jane Terry and Jnnle Ellis. Marietta Graves. Bob and Judy F'orter. Don- nn Lynn Mister, Carol Ann Calti-' well, J-iy Smolhmnon, John Anna Dill am! Pat Walters, Hutch Sniothcrmon, Jane Uurneli, Tancia Langs ton. niannc Still, Emily Huffman. Marthft Huddlr.^cu. Patricia. Louise Wilhnpham, Leigh ton George and Melia Fay SaUba. The musical bncrkgrrmnrt was provided by Mrs. Eddie Saliba and specialty n vi tubers were Kivro by Gail Brogdon, who entertained with nn acrobatic dance. Johanna Wilson a tap dance, both students of the Rockie Smith School of Dancing, and Nancy Sue Silver-Matt, of Oscccla, a vocal solo. The floral decoration. 1 ; were by Allen's Flowers. sfon at 2:30 p.m. Saturday Duplicafo Bridge League meet* al Hotel Noble at 1:15. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. .\liitinecs Sat. & Sun. I'honc 58 WED.-TJIUIIS. "MASK OF THE AVENGER" John Derek • Anthony Qiiinn WED.-THUKS. 'MEET DANNY V/ILSON" {•'rank Sinatra Shcllcv Winters L'KID AY "STARS IN MY CROWN' Joel McCrea "isjss; ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone .1(521 Show Starts Weekdays J== 7:0(1 p.m. Sat. Sun. 1:00 p.m. FASHION SHOW MODELS—Shown above are children who mod- *¥¥#*¥¥¥^ eled various spring fashions last night at the style show. Top row, _ _ . . . , , *, (- . A r 1 wiidy of opnng Fashion Leaders tor Younger bet Are bhown At Temple Israel Easter Benefit Style Show at Hotel Predicted spring fashion leaders ranging in versatility to suit members of (he pram set through the junior high school crowd were shown last night at the benefit style show sixmsored by Temple Israel Sisterhood The Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was transformed into a spring scene of Bister bunnies and pink and Gary and Jim Ellis dressed for a party; Marietta Graves in a white am , white b!ooms for the 7;30 pm affair _ -; loft to right, are Max Usrey, Jr., seated In a. stroller; > -^ls Loachvllle in nn organdy party frock; Jane Burnett and Dorothy Boone dressed in frilly frocks; Suann saliba chase a robe and gown ensemble and Benny Jo Van Cleve was dressed in a red and white sports costume. Bottom row, left to right, shows Sue Robinson and 'duster and accessories; Butch Smothermon shows a dress-up outfit; and Jame Ellis and Jane Terry appear in a sister combination. (Courier News Photo) rP's Trapped in Shanghai I™**"* io .. IBO , ^^J.? 1 . Envoy . ... t ... ft i Tne problem Ls to find coun- As Nobody Wants Them tries economically capable of nb- Mrs. Nat.han Weinberg served as commentator for the models as they made tneir way across the graBE-coyered stage, tiTiich was centered with a wrought iron arch HONG KONO fcp|—An International Relief Organization official estimates there are more than 5.000 displaced pers'ons still trapped in Communist Shanghai because nobody wants them. Most of them are White Russians, ac- sorbing them, he sniri. Australia, Canada and the United States have taken In 64Q.OGO displaced persons in the past few years while the United Kingdom took 80,000, Read Courier News Calssified Ads. but«d the costumes. Beginning the parade of Tot Shop models were Max "Usrcy. Jr.. and Brenda Lee Ant en. who entered in .stroller. 1 !, followed by Jce Peebles entwined in pink blossoms. Baskets, Pride, in, cire.ssed In pn.sici lone ol pink and white gladioli tied In pale pink satin acfornerf the stage which y. r aR outlined in figiiees of small colorf\il rabbits. Clusters of Spring blow-om* and greenery marked the many windows which held various articles from Jiedel's and the Tot Shop, which contri- ensembles. Continuing the parade of models were Sarah Barley, Terry Ann Evans, Sarah Blakemore, Gary and Jim Ellis, Sue and Ann Robinson, Carol Irene Copperige, Cecilia Joyner, Alice Brogrion, Charles WhitLey, Leslie Ann Cook of Dell Drenda Lou Lansky, Susan Coe Grigsby, Frank Butler of Osceola Marie Wildy of Leachville, Beck Rnlnwnler, Jeannle Trislpr. B Qiiinn of O^ccolR, Benny Joe Va Cleve. AfU>n Cox of Osccobi, Caro Hubcner, Ronnie Poeta. Rtiby Ka KocViler. Alice Margo Coppedg Bobby Warren, Jimmy Deal anc dressed in a robe and gnwn ensemble and holding » .small candle was Sun nn Snliba to conclude the first portion ot the showing, Tulni Mode Entering to the strains of "Easter RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Times Tonire! Double Feature! VS'W'VV^SA^ f MITCHUM'AVA 6AI MEIVVX WUWAS WED.-THURS. ''ALADDIN AND HIS LAMP" Patricia Medina John Sands FRIDAY 'COME, FILL THE CUP" James Cagney & Phyliss Thaxler 2 Reel Edgar Kennedy Comedy Thursday & Friday! Double Fearurt DICK POWELL RHONDA FLEMING wilh RICH>.»0 ERDMtN . WILUM MMI*» —PLUS— Our Gang Comedy & Cartoon MILDRED—In.blue kid with 5)lue mesh or black kid with black mesh, $6.98 SUZETTE— Choose from vlo- let, iris, yellow or pastel blue colors. ' M / i^....^ 1T\Q UOUnQ 1 J Featuring the Popular "Foam Zone Cushion" NANETTE — This smart Rocketlc is available in navy kid only. $6.98 Make mealtime refreshment time MAXINIi— Your F.aster sboe ... in colors of blue, navy or rctl calf. $6.98 Z 1 1 ell ner In Blythcville, Arkansos J SLIPPER Wherever yon go, ire-nold Coke is almosl always at your cllmw. Il belongs beside your plale, loo. Enjoy it riglil from the frosty bottle. lOITUO UNDEC AUTHOfilTY THI COCfc-COlX COftPAN* RY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE

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