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AUGUST 29, 1952 Pat Mullins, Socitty Editor BLn'HEVTLLE (AKK.) COURIER NSWi Wedding Party Is Complimented With Dinner and Luncheon Here Rustic Inn was the scene of a rehearsal dinner last night given for the wedding parly of Miss June Buchanan and Benjamin F. John- con Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trowbridie of St. Louis were hosts for the occasion which was attended by 23 persons. The bride-elect chose for Ihe evening's activities, a pink trousseau frock, featuring a fan-shnped shoulder trim of navy blue, caught with a rhincstone pin, and navy accessories. Centering the table at which the guests-were seated was a low bowl of summer flowers In delicate hue. nnd standing on each end of the table was a complete bridal arrangement In small figurines. Dace- cards were white and tied with green ribbon holding miniature lilies of the valley. Names were lnscril>ed In green. All the members of the wedding party received a gift presented by the bride.and groom-to-be. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, parents of the bride, and Mrs. C. E. Johnson, mother of the groom. Out-of-town guests, other than the Trowbrtdges, were Miss Paula MtBrlde ol Pine Bluff, L. E. Stover of Duluth, Minn., and Capt. Irene Johnson of Baltimore, Md; - -Mis. -Johnson was hostess at her home today at luncheon for- all men of the wedding party .including the groom, Mr. Trowbrldge, Mr Stover. Carol Evans, Johnny Buchanan. Mr. Buchanan, The Rev. E. C. Brown, Wayne Rhoadss. and Clarence Johnson. She was assisted in entertaining by her daughter, Capt.ijohnson, and used a color scheme of.dark blue, and pale green. Music School ,. Closes Tonight Tonight marks the ending of & two - week'snon - denominational school of music which has been conducted at Calvary Baptist Church by Orgll Mason of violet Hill, Ark. Mr. Mason reports that approximately 80 people have' taken the course either in the day or night classes. The group will present a program of special music tonight at the church, when solo, duet ,trio, quartet arrangements will be featured. Layette Shower Held at Church Mrs. Joe Singleton was feted last night with a layette shower at the First Grace Church when 26 at-' tendpd the party given by Mrs Gene Fisher and Mrs. Lou Gonzalos. A In games played, Mrs. Oscar Patterson and Mrs. Fritz West won prizes, A dessert course was served from tnbles centered with mixed summer flowers. Dorcus Class Has Social Meet ' Members of the Dorcus Sunday School class of the Calvary Baptist Church were entertained last night at the home of Mrs, Howard Calclu-el! at their monthly business and social meeting. Fifteen members and nuesU, Mrs. Ila Caldwell, Mrs. Mary Li-oa, Mrs yernon Boyd. Mrs. James Ox° rd / *"? M«. Maine Moore attended the meeting. Mrs. Herman May presided over .the business and Mrs. Raymond Bomor gave the devotional, The remainder of the evening was 8p(n t informally and refreshments were sers'ed. Mrs.'Smart Is . Hostess to Club Mrs. J H. Smart entertained members ol the Kibitzer Club yesterday at her home when all members were present. Providing the floral setting for a ESSnKT R ' ere ""*• " slcrs and After a dessert course was served games were conducted and winners were Mrs. Charles Afflick, who took top honors, Mrs. J. M. Witltams. Jr.. winner of. second place, and Mrs. Harry A. Halnes. bridge winner. Duplicate Bridge Round-Up Saturday League A five-table Howell movement was played Saturday at Hotel Noble by members of the Blythecille Duplicate Bridge League. Longe PTA Executive Board Meets Members of the Lange Parent- Teachers Association executive board met at the home of Mrs. Byron Moore yesterday, to discuss activities for the coming school year. Officer* who assumed tlielr duties yesterday were Mrs. J. C. Droke president; Mrs. Pay Austin, vice president; Mrs. Bill Browning, second vice president; Mrs. J. E. Killett, secretary; Mrs. E. W. Mullins, treasurer; Mrs. Byron Moore, program chairman; Nirs. Leroy Huddleston and Mrs.. Frank GHsson, Make It From A Yard 8872 «4". 38- By Sue Burnett Here Is a neat, slim skirt that Is , delightfully easy to sew—and so economical. It requires just one yard of 54-Inch. Twin pocket* are in contrast, or can be omitted If you prefer. Pattern No. 8872 is a sew-rite perforated pattern In waist sizes 24. 25, 26, 28, 30. 32. Size 25, 1 yard of 54- inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, 375 Qulncy 8t Chicago 6. III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Pall and Winter, This new Issue Is filled with Ideas tor smart, praclical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed inside the book, 25c.' safety chairmen; Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. R. E. Green, hospitality; Mrs. Glen O. Ladd. parliamentarian; Mrs. L. L. Hubener historian; Mrs. Walter Day, and Mrs F E Ulley, membership chairmen; Mrs' W. T. Rainwater, mission study- Mrs. -Joe Freeman and Mrs. Winl fred Wyatt, budget and finance- Mrs ; Forrest Moore, magazine and room chairman; Mrs. Robert Wade spiritual leader; Mrs. Richard Os^ borne and Mrs. Don smith, health and welfare; and Mrs. Darren Lunsford, publicity chairman. „ Mrs. Droke presided over the business session. In which tentative plans were made for a safety patrol lor the Lange school children. ' Mrs. Byron Moore gave a brief program outline, for the year, and Mrs: Charles Penn, prlnclp^,- stated that- some urgent needs of the school were books and playground " -. ing the PTA meetings. Spec]™ project to meet the budget were dls cussed and will be decided upon ai , w 8 ^ 1 "* 1 meetta 8 which is to be heW the fourth Wednesday to Sep Winners of. first and second respectively were Mrs. O. W Coppedge and Mrs. C.'C. Councllle and Mrs, O. S. Crowell and Mrs. Jim Roles on. Tietng for third place were Mrs. JIatt Monaghan and Mrs F E Black, with O. S. Crowell and Mrs.' O. W. McCiltchen. Country Club league Members of the Countrv Club League played a six-table "llowell movement, when they met for Tuesday's regular game. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. P E Black won first- place and Mrs" B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins won second. Third went to Frank Nelson and Mrs. O. S. Crowell. Thursday League last night, a four-table Howell movement was played and taking top honors were Mrs. P. E Black and^Mrs. Russell Phillips. Second place went to Mrs. Jim Roleson and O. O. Hardaway. Thursday Rook Club' Is Entertained Mrs. Cleo Wren was hosleas yes- lerdsy tc members of the Thursday Rook Club at her home. Winners for the day were Mrs W B. Mayo, first, Mrs. Neville Blakemore, second, and Mrs. T. O Huey rooko. Mrs. Wren served a dessert course after the game. SHAKE HANDS Family Shoe Store Saturday, 2 ) 0 4 p . m . Coming Events Friday Stitch and Chatter has 7:30 p m 6 *™ 1 * »t the home of Mrs. Wesley Thomas at the Airbase. Co-host- css Is Mrs. Ruby Crawford Popular Music Piano and Voice Musical Activity Cla*i«t for . Pr«-SchooI Children Open S«pt 1. MRS. EDDIE SALIBA 210 East Mis^uri „,, Phone 4345 Sale! Our entire collection of Lamp,, Antiques, Pictures, Crystal and selected pieces of Silver. All reduced: ' 20% THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street YWAHasEIection, AndGuestSpeaker Election of offic*r« was conducted list night-by membcni of thg Dolly HelU Young Womon'o Association of th» First Baptist Church, «t the home of Earnestlne Peggy Ollmer win -serve as president tor the next year and other officers art Ernestine Hill. vice president; Ann Mullins, «ec- retary »nd reporter; Marilyn. Dougherty, program ana mission study .chairman; Melon Fisher, community chairman; Shirley community mission chairman; Shirley Sheppurd, social chairman; and Bonnie Olover, treasurer. Highlight of the meeting was a talk made by their guest of honor Miss Dolly Hlelt of Little Rock, who spoke on (he Golden Rule. Other guests were Mrs. Mary Lynn Henderlclc, Mrs. Beverly Mullins and Terry Brannum. Owing a social hour which followed, the hostess served dessert. La Nueve Meets At Rustic Inn Rustic Inn was the scene yesterday for a dessert bridge given for members of La Nucve bv Mrs Ben Mac White. -Guests for the event were Mrs Robert Warren, Mrs. Walter Day, and Mrs. Whitney Morgan. After a dessert course had been served, the bridge Raines were conducted and Mrs. Warren won high score. Mrs. Day took second place and brldgo. There's a Fur For Every Budget By DOROTHV ROE Associated Press Fashion Kilitor If you cai't afford a mink coat^there, little girl, don't cry. Either Dorothy, known ,as designer of .some of Ihe world's most fabulous furs, says there's a smart fur coat to fit any budget— and It doesn't hnve to be Imitation mink. Says she: "Our alert young career girls nowadays don't want to look like their mothers, In mink. They want to pay for their own fur coats, and they want them young and gay. They prefer a bleached muskrat coat or one frankly dyed red or green, to one of the so-railed 'mink-dyed' variety They're clever, because a dyed muskrat never looks like a mink, anyway." Among budget-priced furs available today in sleek, youthful styles says Miss uoroihy, are: American broadtail (processed lamb), clipped fox, American nutria, sheared opossum and, of course,.muskrat. In her.fall collection Miss Dorothy showj such things as a greatcoat of clipped fox dyed mint green and lined In red taffeta—as right for city streets as It is' for the football stadium. A little spencer Jacket'of nutria has a matching beret and muff, for endless uses. The Jacket may be worn separately with a tailored wool suit or coat. And the beret may be crushed into various shapes to suit the moot! of the wearer Miss Dorothy, whose own home m\ ,, tath " la!s and bl3 '*ets, thinks all furs have a place In the current fashion picture-and that all can be beautiful and useful if they don't try to Imitate something else. Says she: "During the last war, all the housemaids wanted to look like their mistresses, and bought mink with their war factory earnings. Todav U ' You can prevent the soleplale of your automatic iron from becoming scratched and rough If you are careful not to Iron over buttons, tippers, hoola. etc. Bits of News rf/oiffu Miss Paula MoBrlde of PIn« Bluff and Mtrlatma arrived yesterday to b* the guest of Miss June Buchanan, and to participate In her wedding to Benny Johnson. Capt. Irene Johnson of Fait Meade, Md., n»ar Baltimore, arrived In Memphis-yesterday afternoon by plane, and-was met there by her brother, Benny Johnson, and It. E Stover, of Duluth, Minn. Both Cap- titn Johnson and Mr. Stover are here to participate In Mr. Johnson's wedding'to Miss June Buchanan. Mrs. Augusta Diifhilo and daughter, Miss Jacqueline Diifhllo, of New Orleans, 1^,, will arrive tomorrow to be the guests ol Mrs. Dufhtlo's sister, Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Foster and daughter. Sanely, have gone to the Smokies for n 10-day vacation, Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Tiowbridge and family of St. Louis, arrived yesterday to be the guests of Mrs. Trowbrldge's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. They came especially Cor the wedding of Miss June Buchanan to Benny Johnson. William Cecil Orlggs and Andy Ambroslco of Chicago will arrive tomorrow morning to be the guests of friends here and his father, A. W. Gi-lggs, south of Dell.. They plan to return to Blythcville Sunday, before "they return to Chicago.. Sfc. and Mrs. Billy Gene Goodman announce the birth of n son Aug. 3 In Godaberry Hospital in Edenburg, Ind. He Is their first tiuli! aim has been named Morrhs Gene.' Mrs. Goodman is the former Miss Flora Bell Roll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Roil, of California, Mo. Formerly of Blylhevllle, Sgt. Goodmn;; is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodman of Armorel. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Akin and Oil Mullins will he in Memphis tonight to sec the Bast-West All-Star football game, in which Mrs. Akin's brother. Harvey Roder of Earle Ark., will piny right guard. . The D. E. Wlmberly family (have as their guests this week Mr. ami Mrs. E. R. BouchUlon of Covingtdn Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren and son, Bobby arc spending the weekend In St. Louis. Mr. and Mis, Thomas B. Miller of Memphis will arrive tomorrow to spend the Labor Day week end with her mother, Mrs. Lucy McAd- ains and other relatives. Bill Rucker of Lake Village visited the Oil Mullins family before returning to the University of Arkansas. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Day of Shreveport La., Aug. 23 in Memphis at the Methodist Hospital. She has been named Celia Lynn. They have two other children, Carolyn and Donny, Mrs. Day and children are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George McLeod, and Mr. Day has returned to Louisiana after -visit- Ing several days. Mrs. Day Is the former Miss Charlotte McLeod. : Mr. and Mrs. Tonvmle Westbrook arrived home yesterday from Camp Chaflee, where Mr. Westbrook was discharged after arriving in the united States irom Korea where he spent more than a year. Mrs. West- broSk met him there. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained a marriage license In the office of the County Court Clerk Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Benjamin F. Johnson and Miss June M. Buchanan, both of Blythe- Wlllie Crocker and Miss Charlene Gilderwell, both of Holland, Mo Milton Martin of Oaklawn III and Miss Elsie Singer of Dell. Read Courier News Classified Ads Open 1:00 f.m. Show siari. at Dusk. a'sho.K. Every Nljht LAST TIME TONIGHT 'I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS' Doris Day - Danny Thomas - Frank Uvejoj- Cartoon and Comedy SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Cartoon & Serial: "The Oregon Trail No. 1' -NUHTZHUl SUNDAY & MONDAY SAVAGE PASSIONS Aflom* in »"• NorthvAHanti.-1/ ALSO SHORTS: "T«r with Star" » Fair Hair.d Har«" CARTOON AND COMEDY Back-to-Schoo! $m a | | Fry Like To Feel Pretty; Like Clothes Fun to Wear any m t t For keep n Don't man «»• with you If you with yo tne kin son he. can't loving. If yo do tha tying ">er o oves much would YORK (NBA)—Going back to school may be a Inrk tor the college girl, but It's * real trial lo the small fry. whether she's returning or jusl gottlhg started. That's why, for the small girl on her first dfly at school, a dress that's fun to wear, in which she feels pretty, Is a great alii to morale. It will, just as in the c-uae of her Mg sister, give her confidence and help her to get through the day with ease. The little girls shown here hnve been dressed by their mothers according to this very sound principle. Small girl (left) wears » green cotton by Kate Greennway that Includes some gentle apple-polishing in Its design. The bodice has an appllqued "For Teacher" and two red apple pockets. Crisp white pifine Is used to band the puffed sleeves and form the collar. Her friend (center) wears a quilted button-on bib jumper Irom this same house. It's in schoolbook print cotton over a simple, short-slccved blouse. . Small artist (right) likes separates. She wears a three-piece out- fit that,, combines pleated plaid skirt, white blouse and red pique sleeveless Jerkin that is gathered at the bark wn'istline by means of a butoned belt. -/ft Lfhe J4oApital4. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Earl Wallers, city'. Mrs.-Burl Costman, Cooler. E. H. Caldwell, city. Mrs. Claude Payne, city. Farmer in the Well BINGHAMTON, N. Y. (If)— A 27- year-old farmer was cleaning a well pump with gasoline recently whert he was overcome by the fumes nnri toppled over Into a 7-foot well. He landed In 4 inches of water but his wife snid he was still unconscious 15 minutes Inter when she pulled him out. ' A physician who examined him said he didn't have a scratch. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIME TODAY Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimherly and family Mr. and Mrs. .loe Adkins and family Mr. and Mrs- Jerry Shelton Mr| and Mrs, Franit Perkins SATURDAY — DOUBLE FEATURE "WILD STALLION" with Tien Johnson and Edgar lJuehiinan YUM Cartoon & Serial: "The Dlack Hawk No. 3" SUNDAY & MONDAY / AND A LITTLE *• * LOVIN' TOO! "JustAcmss i Ann SHERIDAN John LUND .m wyj- wi* ^SSy jj& NKIT KEITH-CECIL KLUWM W^* UJVtY I LMKfMr . li *u muun... • Pig A Boo ALSO SHOUTS! I Rugged*-Rangers |> ara . News RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. John Arends and family Mr. and Mrs- B. N. 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