counrra Fat MuJlJns, Society Editor Phone 4461 Groom-Elect Is Complimented at Woman's Club Charles Buford Young. Yeoman smman, who left loday for McKinney to be married Friday to Ml Patricia Sti* Kindle, N.N, Bridge Club Has Weekly Game Miss Barbara Ann Smith was! hostess yesterday to members of! the N. N. Bridge Club for three tables of bridge. Quests for the game i'ere Miss Vivian Taylor and Miss Rosemary Monagrmn. Bits of News Mr - arm Mrs. William O. Boone and children left yesterday for Elizabethtown, Ky.. to visit Mr. Slim Lines Will Dominate Fall Suits and Dresses By OAft.E ftUGAS N'KA Woman's Ediior NEW YORK-lNEA»~Wh«l vou pay your money across the line'for a suit this Fall, you'll find you're not confined to one silhouette There's a wide choice- ymi ran Pick the very short, hlp?len s h aekel 'oft™ belted), the middy IOOR as demonstrated by the oval box or long torso line, or the suit *-lth natural waist and rounded hlp- llne but without paddinj; Thrse should offer choice enou»h .. In other decoration used about the' j /-.i/of-f-Q hari been used and were harked by L-OyGITG wrought candelabra. During the; /->. evening, the chain was tied to theivjIVGn ankle of the honoree. j In the absence of his brfde-lo-be, Mr. YOUIIR opened and displayed glfi."> which were given for the cauple's horn* 1 : Hostesses lor the occasion svere Mrs. Damon McLeod, Mrs, Cecil Grave,-;, and Mrs. Fletcher King. Dancing provided the f:vi?nhiK''.s entertainment for the 60 frtenrLi of Mr. Young. • If"! Supper-Dance Given at Hut Last night marked B social meeting of both" the Aemrican Logton- alres and members of the American Legion Auxiliary, at the Hut, mr:JHVM mi ivivf.JK.HHM, VJIlHrCIl HlPl A buffet supper was served the (Monday at their church for a pro« present from a table centered j cram meeting. ... ..jy Monica, Call;,, alitr spending ., two-month vacation at Club Delmar. Mr. and Mrs. Jes>, Horner and \ Mrs. Gene Winner was rompli- f-hrf h'^' """V' u " d U " rfa Ta - vlor ' ' mented with a layette shower lastU,,/ o^i the summer in lia- niaht at thr home ol Mrs \V A ! I,' ~ ' ar " v(lri [ ' ome lo;1a >'. Allensviorth with Mrs. Jaiictte PCX- '• ^'^ < -"' m « e - Richmond and Mrs. -., i—*.__ • • Ltonfiia Richmond of Denver, Colo.. pa.Mol color' accom l ra " i « <t Mr. anrl Mrs. Oraw. forrt McCluc and son, Michael, to • Blytheville for several days. The co-hostess. A pink and blue pastel color' scheme was used In presenting the sifts to Mrs. Widner, The IB ptiests spent the evening in playing party grimes. and winners In contests were Mrs. Carl Denny and Mrs. LaveJl foe. Party foods and iced drinks were served. Osceola News By BfTTTVE .NT.LI.r. STARR The Rev. and Mrs. W. F Coolcy and son, David, of Fayetteville -lore Buesis last week of Mr and Mrs Paul I,u«t«r. r.yn and Waren Welnberg. who Program-Meeting Held by Methodists Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Wesley Memorial Methodist. Church met Out-of-town quests were Mr. atiti Mrs. L. B. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. Jsmes Litterton, and Mr. and Mrs. Falcon A. Fraley, all of Lepanto After supper, the (pent In dancing. evening was charge of the program and in a business session, she was elected to replace their Eormer secretary, Mrs. Bonnie Lynn Larfarleit, who moved to Hartford. Mich. After the group sang a hymn, they were dlsmlsferi with prayer. Civic Music Association Meets plded over the first meeting for the reason of the board of directors of Blythevllle's Civic Music Association at the home of Mrs. W. t,. Homer. In the business session, Mrs. Horner was elected first vice president in the absence ol L. T. Moore. Jr. So Wonderfully Versatile By Sue Burnett This expertly designed two piecer Is BO comfortable to wear, is eq'ial to every occasion all fall. Novelty •buttons arc a nice finish for the yoke, sleeves are short or wrist lencth. Pattern Mix B87i is a .<eu-ri(e perforated pauern in sizes 32 34 36 33 «. 42. 44. 46. Sire 34. shnrt Mr c \ c5 ' 4 *4 >ards of 39-ir.ch. For this pat.Trn. ma 30c in COTNS. yo-ir name, nrinres- sire defied, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue B,:rn»lt. Courier \cws 375 Quinry St.. Chirac fi. tlj. Ready tor vou nrw,- -B^sir F\^H ION for '52. Pail and Winter" This new -ssiip) is lilleri wi;h ideas for smart, pra.-tical w.ne for a nrv season; ? ,fr pattern primed inside the book, 2oc. Berry slso were elected (o the offices of other vice presidents. Mrs. J. C. Droke was elected and took office of permanent secretary of the organization, and Riley B. Jones, treasurer, gave a financial report for the past year. In other business, seven new directors were, elected lo serve for the coming season. They Include Mrs. William Wyatt, Mrs. Harry Bradley, Mrs. John Caudill Dr Milton Webb and Miss Pat Mulllru' Students from Blytheville High School who were elected to serve are rruma Gall Borowsky of MH- 'nlla and Tommy Harrison, who is president of the high school for the coming season. choir Dr. Edna Nies Hostess to BWC Dr. Edna Nies was hostess Monday for a. hamburger supper given for members of the Business Wnm- During the evening, Benjamin p Johnson, who has recently returned from Korea, showed moving pictures he took while there, and talked on the Korean people and their religion. AfUr a short business session they were dismissed by the Circle prayer. McClues had spent their vacation' FjVn i " ld w "ren Wctnbprg. who in the West. Mrs. George Richmond I ' lave bcc " altcndlne Camp in the Is Mrs. McClue's sister, and Mrs ' N " orlh for ln " past eight weeks. re- ATOTJST 27, Donald Richmond is a nipre. Mr. and Mis. Buford Younir and tons, nr-n Kenneth anrl Charles Buford, O. K. Jones, and Mrs. na- mon McLeod are leaving today for MrKinney, Tex., where they will attend the wedding of Charles Bu- torrt Young to Miss Patricia Sue Kindle. Mr. and Mrs. L B. Mobley. Mr. and Mrs. Jones Litterton. and Mr. and Mrs. Fnlon A. Fraley. all of Lcpanto. were In Blytheville last night for a social meeting of the American Legion and the. Auxiliary, i . --- •••Mr. anrl Mrs. Richard Becanson I spf n ? several riays in St. Louis. of Waco, fox., are the guests of her -• -- Diversity of silrmuelle marks the Fall suit for 1953 Hannah Trov useyvooly black-and-white lw«d (left) for a "it witl™ s hort« hin-lenfitl, jacket antl full-len s th sleeves. Skirt is lightly arid •^ y ,1?_ r e?. : c ,°" ar . las a l »'"= h »f .velvet. Wool in two levels is '' ri °w h0f m ^'.° n- f " d ln vari ' ln e shad " a '"f rieurce.'. . Where skirt fullness does show [will trail black as a hlnti fashion i ","•,',',; f ,?'',f" d 5'2"_ 0 .!"". n " s ' sl .™ I color ' Bravn *'" ta ^«n both alone , | at the inpline and molded to the " '«"' "o hint of stiffne^. „ r Mrs. Harry Jones returned Fri- mothcr, Mrs. R. C. Blackwell and j c ' a - v ' rcm R two-Keek vacation which Mr. Rlackwell. Mrs. Blackwell had ne £"n in Chicago when she and Mr. been in Texas with her daushter.' Jan ' s visited his neice, Mrs. E. C. who received her Masters degree at I Jewel - Mr - Jones spent several davs ~ ' " there, returning; to Osceola while Mrs. Jones went on to Travis City, Mich., and Chalevolx. Mich., for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wiley and turned home over the week end Waren will enter Washinslon University In St. Louis this fall. Seen in Memphis Monday were Mrs. Victor Mann. Mrs. '„,.„.., Mann. Mrs. Russell Chiles, Mrs Felix Stephen, Wode Qulnn and son, Kd. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant are In i „. , - .„,,„,. ,, i-i<. H ,riari team St. lx>uis this week attending a ftor- J h * P» drtln « P«dlcted for the gr.» !ol ow In "mp'ort *™ce ists convention. shoulder htie has not materialized.! ' importance. Mr. and Mrs. P. D John=on and Evcn snolllt i"s with set-In sleeves,,,,. children arc spending the week in i rem!>ln natural. If there's padding, t . s J , e . ar ; ns nre mall - v bulky coat- Herman. Ncbr. i it's very soft and light. mgs that can be worn Into the Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tonpate nnd; "Black will be good lor Fall." We hahwl"' Mrs. Lalah Coble are home after ! near tnls every year, said with vary- .,,, ' 'ing riccre« of breathlessne.ss. Ic's i no news to anyone that women will wear black again this Fall and Winter. Hcd, £ blurred, blackened red and Baylor University last Thursday. Other guests of the Blackwells are Mrs. Gene Dozier and daughter, Mary Elizabeth of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Crafton have > their 3iie.it. their son, Airman Apprentice Billy Cratton. who Is here on a 14-day leave upon completion of boot training at San Diego. He will report lo the Naval Air Technical Training Center In Norman, okla., for an eight-week training period. Miss Carol Ann Ladner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tyner Lartner, who Is ?. polio patient at Commu- Clark. mother of Mrs. Wilcv, spent last week in Gatlinsburg. Tenn.. visiting Mrs. Clark's daughter. Mrs. Sam Stalcilp. Mr, Stalcup and their daughter. Cynthia Ann. Mrs. Stalcup Is the former Miss Maxine Clark. Mr. and Mrs. .loe Cromer and Mrs. George Doyle were Memphis visi- j tors Tuesday. Mrs. L. w. Webber and Mrs. Ollle I Cantrell. jr.. and Miss Wanda Pope; Coming Events Thursday Executive board of I an ing. TVSgt. and Mrs. Ray Whittlng- ton announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Aug. 13, at Kind- Friday, they'will take their Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chiles spent the week end In St. Louis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd chiles and attended baseball games there. ley Air Force Base Hospital, Her-j Bob Chiles.'Jr.. and Donnle John- muda. where Sgt. Whlttington Is | son and J. E. Jacks to Norman, stationed. She ha* been named i Okla.. where the three are sta- Vlcki Dianne. Mrs. Whittlngton Is the former Miss Ann Nehru. Sgt. and Mrs. Whittlngton resided in Blythevilje until he entered the service,,.- —Mrs. Belle Wood has been conlln- ed to her home for Severn! days because of a badly Infected finger. She -l/fi <ie ^J-totpitt Blytheville HosplUl Dismissed: Mrs. Harold Davis. Walls HnsplUI Dismissed: Mrs. Bi|iy Kennedy and nty. Mrs. Bnb Stovall and babv toria. Mrs. J. w. Ayrocli. citv. Mrs. Nina Honevcutt and city. James Pickaid. city Floyd Thrailklll. bveola Bertha Waynes, citv babv, babv. tioned. Before returning to Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Chiles will visit Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bicklng in Tulsa for several days. Dave Laney and son, David, attended the Hereford show In Hernando, Miss.. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Sepraves. Jr., reported to be greatly improved'." I * nt ! children of Little Rock are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pierce and ba- I s P pndlri R the week with his par- by of Phoenix, who have been the ' guests of his sister. Mrs. J. C. Lipscomb and family, for t\vo weeks, returned yesterday to their home. En route, they stopped In Caraway to visit other relatives. Pecpy Rose Smith, the 10-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, who injured her left eye while playing, is able to be up. Miss Olendorn Alley ts visiting her sisier in Chicago. S S?t. and Mrs. Harold Honeycutt announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, at Walls Hospital. Saturday. She has been named Pamela Jane. Mrs. Honey- rutt Is the former Miss Nina R. Clifton. 871. Honeycutt is now In Korea. Pfc. and Mrs. Pat Clifton of Camp Bevins, Mass., Mr. ant Mrs. Charley Stalrup, Tom Clitton. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Cliflon. Misses Shirley Sheppard. Shirley White. Tommie Robinson. Rpna Bailey. Mriha Fisher and Ronnie Glover viMtfri Mrs. Honryeut-t on her return Iroui the hospital. Welrh Foster was taken to Ken- Open 1:00 p.m. Shovr Sl.nrls at Rusk. 2 Shows Cvcrr .Vi e hl If you would like to accent height in a room, htghlieht the vertical lines by hanging draperies so that the heading is above the window- frame, preferably to the ceiling line. nedy Hospital In Memphis yesterday by Mrs, Foster, who has returned home. Mr. Foster has been ill since May. I! Family Shoe Store Saturday, 2 (o 4 p.m. LAST TIME TONIGHT Dollar \im> — »rin K A Car r,,|| For A Dollar THE WILD BLUE YONDER' Wilh Wendell Corey and Vera Ralston Ciirlnon and Contortv Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Sforfs 7:15 p.m. Admission !lr & 30c Ai All Times WK[J.-Till HSI'.Vl. MCaiTS 2 Aclmilleri For The. Price of I noi;m,K THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Cartoon antl Comeclv —IM.l'S— "NEXT TIME WE LOVE" with Margaret Sullavan anrt James Slewart ALSO CARTOON Byron Moore. Mrs. Jim Smart Is hostess to members of Kibitzer Club Mrs. C!eo Wren is hostess !o members of the Thursday Hook Club. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly night same. Friday Stitch and Chatter has 7:10 pm. meeting at the home of Mrs. Wesley Thomas at the Airbase. Co-hostess Is Mrs. Ruby Crawford and In company with black, a smart, if Victorian, team. Blue and rtance. Poodle wools are with us for suits lany bulkj , worn In! ny of these are __..„ fancy and plain. Tweed?, worsteds and tweedy angora blends are used; so are the textured, loopy fabrics and texnuect rabbit's hair- arjd-wool. Toot /s Recovered From Refuse Cart PEN'ANG. Malaya W*<_A robber's loot^$200 in cash wrapped in tin loll—was recovered from a refuse cart on its way to the Incinerator after police answered the victim's call Tor hoi p. The police, noticing a flerins man, chased and cauhgt him. The man, chased and caught him. The cash into the refuse heap in a bid to free himself. Read Courier News Classified Ads [ AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIME TODAY Cartoon And Novelty Reel R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walters Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Slickman and family Mr- and Mrs. Murray Smart and family . Mr. am! Mrs. Earl Walters For women only Noted authority Henry B. Sailord, M.D., takes selrlom- disevisFed aspects of woman's health out from behind clo?ed doors and pivcs you the /acts! 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