The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1952 · Page 4
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awcy COOTICT WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IT, 1901 Models Prepare for Fashion Show "Fashions and Flashbacks," the Blythevil!e Junior Auxiliary fashion show-tea to be held Friday at the Hotel Noble, will show all the new fashion trends, with emphasis on beautiful fabrics and textures. Personnel at the Edythe Shoppe, the Tot Shop, and Miss Whitsitt's 6hop are busy making selections to show at the annual affair from their new fall merchandise, from casual sports wear to formal evening attire. At the Edythe Shoppe, (left photo), Mrs. I. R. Coleman licit) and Airs. Bob Warren, Auxiliary members, are shown admiring two Swansdown creations. The dark f, ult1wornl . by . 1 ', 1 "; , Coleman , appearance Friday » ''Little Amcr-. Colin, combines » box jacket de'" " ' ' lea" coat and slack set from the i signed by Manguin of Paris with Tot Shop. Of invisible check weave | matching skirt tailored of Shetland owes its dramatic style to luxuriou fabric, peoble-like Miron's textured Mirobesque. Wing-like lapels and cuffe Add a touch of feminity. Mrs. Warren is wearing a coat, shouldered with the new shawl collar fringed with black yarn. Princess blue wool Is overlaid with a black "lacey-loop" weave to create an exciting new effect. Little Cynthia Louise Dillahunly (center photo) hns selected for her wool In teal blue, her sweetheart i wool by Carlane of New York. Mrs, Stickmon apepars In a Rembrandt original of now middy type with long waistline. The steele blue jersey dress has a pleated skirt. Mrs. Langston wears a Harry Williams coat of Strook cloud-cjrilt Pat Mulling, Society Editor ewA Phone 4461 Tri-Town Club, Guests Meet Mn. RllweH Haines Fair was hosteu yesterday to members of her bridge club, Trl-Town. La Neuve Club, and gtlests, at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Fair. A two-course luncheon was nerved, carrying out a color scheme of yellow and green. Each table was centered with yellow rose hurts and placecards and gifts were in accord with other decorations. Used at intervals throughout' the'-living • nd dining rooms were bowls of golden glow and roses. A special guest lor the afternoon's activities was Mrs. Jimmy Lee Brooks of Fort Worth, -Tex., a former member of the Tri-Town Club, and the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mre. A, G. Hall. Other guests were Mrs. Hnrry A. Haines, Mrs. Robert G. McHaney and Mrs, Charles Affltck of Steele. In the bridge games conducted later in the afternoon, Mrs. Brooks took top-honors. Mrs. Haines won second, and Mrs. Jack Hale won third. Bridge went to Mrs. Gene Teaford. Delegates Named Auxiliary Lone Association meetings was announced today by Mri, Glenn O. Ladd, who said Scouts will be con- By In a meeting of members of the American Legion Auxiliary held tast night at the Hilt., delejates to the District rreetinE u-ere named. Mrs. H. C. Blankenshtp. Mrs. John Hart, and Mrs. M. A. Mulrtlc- ton \vill attend, as delegates, the District meeting to be held Oct. -1. In other business, the spaghetti supper was planned for Oct. 8. Eula Smith Is Hostess to Club Four guests played bridge b.= night with members ol the N N Bridge Club at the home of Mrs ..,,., ^,^ c ,, c „, W. E. Auten. when Miss Eula Smith members of the rj was ho^te.i 1 ; > _ . *.-. 3i'rl Scout Schedule Is Announced The schedule of Girl Scout, Troop tacted when meetings will begin. Sorority Has Business Meet Mrs. Ben Cooper and Mrs. Perry Darby were hostesses last night nt the Cooper home to members of Hie Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. • . ' Mrs. Ulnkn Polls', president, called the tncetlns to order and pre.slried over the business session. In which :he. discussion was on coming events. Miss Tolly Stewart gave n report of the full rush season nnd outlined activities. A report was given on the Newcomers Club, and each member wn.s urged by the president, to work nnrt co-operate in coiilactmc the newcomers. 'Hie closing ritual dismissed the meettne. Mrs. Cooper used n yellow color scheme In her livins room, with bowls of Kolden slow placed at. Intervals. The hoste.sscs served refreshments In Ihe informal entertainment which followed. bonnet ami coat are trimmed with rich brown velvet. In right photo. Mrj. Lloyd Stick- mon Hero. Mrs. Charles Langston i center) and Mrs. Louis P. Hubcner are shown in fall creations siml- ._ __ ,..., lar to the ones they will model Fl'i- fabric in bright gold. The new Dor- day for Miss Whitsitt's Shop, Mrs. | man -sleeves make the coat just Hubcncr's suit, an imported Oscar I right [or travel. She carries a Lewis PTA of Dell School Holds First Meeting BELt^-Members of the Parent- Teachers Association of Dell High School held their first meetins of the season at the school Wednesday. Mrs. Noble Gill presented a program. "Good Citizens Looking Ahead." and the devotional. -God CouUI Have Done Many Other Things, 1 Diamond Circlet Handed Down to Elizabeth II By DOROTHY ROE Assoclalcd Press Women's Kdllor The diamond circlet 'small :ro»'n> worn by Britain's yoinio Queen Elizabeth ff In her fir«t official photographs has a romantic history. j H was made for Queen Victoria ; before her coronation. hccau«s all of the heavy state Crowns were ton large for her small. «leek head. Th>« was the crown worn by Victoria when she pal for hei- coronation portrait, painted ny Thomas Sully, the great American artist. When Sully left his Philadelphia home for England, shortlv before the coronation in 1B33. he took ui'h him his 21-year-old dausht":-. ; Blanche, to act as a "stand-in" for the young oucen. in ra'e VJTnr'n could not ?ive him all the sitting*; he required. --- j Blanche and the l!).vear-"lri Vic-' torla "chatter! together like f i- eirls," Su'ly wrote in his loners' home, and during some of the sit- ' tines the young Philartelnim ..i.rj wore the royal crown in hrr ro!» .'.; "sland-in." while her father paint-; ed. The diadem is nattrrncd 'ii "-" Tudor ro<c. shamrock and l'"-tv. SulIVs lel'ers rc'-eal that his ri-.""li- t"r donned the full royal rccnlia o! Victoria's coronation robes and crown during a three-hour 6ijt : n q : one afternoon when he "islied to i work on the details of the crown. with Its hundreds of small dia- ; monds combined with two rows o! Oriental pearls. The "real near- : shaped diamond earrin-s had to be: fastened over the lop? of Blnnc'io Colorful Life-Size Doll 4 travel bag of scotch grain leather. They are snown admiring a scarf of sione martin Furs. In addition to (he door prices to be preocnlcd by Allen's Flowers and Rothrock Drug Co., Mrs. Karris Me- „_.,_ _ vl , I10 ( . 0! ljlJJnc ,, c ; ., UUUIU1I lu u Calla today announced that Floyd i sully's ears with wire, since SuUvUore induued A. White and Eons will present fa-i would not oermit her to have her vors for each of the guests, and additional door prizes are to be given by the Gift Shop. Mrs. Oscar Fendler is in charge of ticket sales. 88SO 30" Bv Sue Bui net! An adorable playmate for your young daughter is this s'u.'led doll that measures 33 inches. Sunbon- nct Sue ir. big enough to wear a two-year-old's cast off dresses in addition to the button-back plna- Bits of News / Condition of Mrs. J. P. Friend, who underwent an operation Monday morning at Memphis Baptist - „- — D .... Hospital, is reported to he im- Sevcn-ycar Brownies, led by Mrs. proved. Mr. Friend returned home Leonard Johnson, and Mrs. Cecil I last night after being in Memphis Graves will meet each Thursday | with his wife, and was accompanied after school at Girl Scout Little i home by her mother. Mrs W R House. I Brown, and Mrs. Frlend'.s sistc ears pierced like the (Queen's. During (he sittim; Queen Victoria unexpectedly came in, saying she wished to see how she herself looked In the coronation robes she would soon be wearing in Wcst- niinMer Abbey. The Hullv porl'-'it of Victoria now hangs in the Metropolitan Museum in New York. I ••.•",">, mm mi a. fueim.i MMCr, Eight-year Brownies, with leaders I Mrs. M. E. Gibbs of Uitkin. Texas. Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. W. T. | vvl >° also were in Memphis with Rainwater, will meet each Monday | llcl '. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Gibbs after school at the Woman's Club, j plan to return there tomorrow. Mrs. Nine-year Brownies, with i cartpr I Friend Ls in Room was given by Margaret • at school preceded by' a 2:30 p.iri Whistle. Shirley Peterson. Billy - - Slamey. Delbert Lcggett and Noble Gill. Jr. I Group singing Was led by the ( the First Baptist, f'hiirrh school choir director, after which A.., p.m. meeting with Mrs. E. Calciwell. principal, introduced l Ellis at 1321 Holly. Coming Events Tuesday Rainbow Girls have pothick sno- per at 6:30 p.m. at the Ma:Temple. v Wednesday Executive Board meeting of Central PTA is to be held at 2;30 p.m. at Centra] followed by a general meeting at 3 p.m. SiKlfaury PTA Has r> p.m. meeting at school preceded by a 2:30 p.m. , a M ^.^ K , I1U aumjie IUSK meeting of the executive board. j This is especially true If you work. iisa . " ''Cleanliness Is Vital Asset j Pattern No. 88iO Is a sew-rite pcr- ] forated pattern in one size. 30 inches. Doll requires !•»» yards of 39- inch; pinafore. l'-'± yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COIX3. your name, address, size desired, and the ATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6. III. Ready lor you now—Basic FASH- fO.N T for '52. Fall and Winter. This new issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new sc'ason; gift pattern printed inside the book. 2oc. B-- ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Edilnr Keeping your hands as free from serins as possible is no simple task. , Mrs. Gilbert Smylhe. meet each I Mr. and children will k - A - B - j! >SSers and to Friday at the airf'scout Little ! childrcn wi " |KUT Saturday for | E. A. Stacy, OL-CICI..... , .»,.». n. r,. | Fort Pierce, Fla., to make their j Caldwell. treasurer; and Mrs. R. D. ] home. ! Crawford, historian. Mrs. E. B. Thomas Is confined to t To further the membership drive, her home because of injuries suf- ! two groups of elementary students the faculty and outlined the year's' Mrs. T. s. Parker i.s hostess to work. Mrs. Ed Hardin, president, introduced officers, including Mrs. Earl Brownlee, vice president; Mrs. tary; Mrs. Yarbro 4-H Club Elects Officers The lirst ineetiuc: of the season for members of the 4-H Club at House. Troop six*, which I.s compowd of sixth graders from Lanpe. Central and Svidbury. have meetings on Thursday after school at the Women's Club, with Innrier, Mrs, Darrell Lunsforri. Troofi" Two, which Is composed nf fifth graders who have passed their Tenderfoot' test and who were nine- year Brownies last, year, meet each Tuesday after school at the Women's Club with Mrs. Vnnce Henderson. Troop One, composed cf fifth rarlpff. who have never been Scon Us or Brownies, will meet each Tues- rtay after school at the Girl Scout Little House with leaders. Mrs. W. I. Mnlin and Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr. Troop Four, composed of seventh anrt eighth graders who have passed their second class work, meet nt the Girl Scout Little House on Monday after school with Mrs. W. R. Campbell and Mrs. Jerry Cohen. Yarbro Brownie Troop Three, with leaders. Mrs. William Wyatt anrt A!rs John Johnson, meet at fercd in a fall Monday afternoon. Dr. Edna Nies spent Monday and yesterday in Memphis. A. P. Travis Is critically ill at his home on 112 W. Cherry, ire is the father of Mrs. Horace Walpole. Mrs. W. R. Holmes of Memphis Is also hern with him. John Wilks left today for Oxford. Miss., to enter University of Mississippi for his sophomore year. Mrs. Chris Tompfcins and Mrs. Hays Sullivan are spending today in Memphis. Yarbro School was held yesterday ; the Yarbro Methodist^Church each Thursday. Mrs. I.nrfd said that, was hostess. Guests included > Nelson. S.izle Tavlor. land, and Mary Xne. After a dessert course waj at the school In business meetinc, officers for the rtminp year were elected with „,„„ o( -„„- ^ s cou i-ie ad er 5 Don Stalhrics named to serve asr wil1 b( , h( , ]d (n Memp)lls on Nov Pr £?ii «, 1 11 ' 13 - lo llc "(tended bv local lead- Other ofluers were Mary Maude j rrs Slx Cllrv( , rt Bar" Scouts will .M'i \c sis pflgcs nt the meeting. Mrs Hnph Whllsltt. Mrs. Lronard -Johnson and Mrs. Coariy E^ton form Hie con^nTittrc iti chnrpe. of the Girl Scout float which will be in thr National Cotton Picking Contest Pnrndc. Duo to n .-shortage of leaders and mrrting places, ^outs who were entertnlnrri regi.<Urrrrt last year will be stven Saniba Club | ^ rs *- chance to join the Scout ntirt Band Mothers Have RIeeting' at School At a meeting of the Band Mothers Club held at the Junior High School building. Mrs. Charlie Hindi man presided over the business session. In business discussion, plans were made for the school year activities, I Nineteen mothers attended, presented skits, "Join the PTA," unrter the direction of Mrs, Jack Lewis, and "Buy a PTA Magazine," under the direction of Mrs. Bob Henderson. The afternoon was concluded with fi social hour in the library with Mrs. LamaiMVelborn. Mrs. Arthur Penter, Mrs. Boyce Russell. Mrs. John Stevens, Jr., Mrs, Charles Kennett host ewes. Room count went to the grade and eighth grade. Anne 'Kellick Weds In Hernando, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kellick an- ounce the marriage of their aught er, Eli7,abeth Anne Kellick G. and N. Birthday Club at 7 p.m. Friday "Fashions and Flashbacks" Tea and fashion show, which is sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary, will be held at Hotel Noble, from 3 p.m. until G pni, with showings at 3:30 p.m. anrt •> p m Ladies' Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the church with Mrs E, E. Hnrdln. Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. A. E. Hnntlcy, and Mrs. Lois Morlanri p,s hostesses. ivnn ' cao V, ilium a fresh pa - !r ol glovps daily HoW ing handrail? and straps in bases trains and subways offers no invi tation to cleanliness. Make it ance $everal times in the morning nnd asain in the afternoon after lunch. Try not to touch your face with your hands. For no matter how clean yon may keep them, they still pick up germs. Before you leave for home at night, give your hanris another ^o- ing-over, Don your-(gloves and be on your way. Naturally, wHen >'uu (Ltrive borne you will want to go through vim... iv v.n,«Ljiinv=i. .vm^t; IL i\ ^ you \\ILJ MHnL 10 go Lnrougn an practice never to touch them with: even innre thorough cleanliness rit- your bare hands. Su?h a routine, though if will Freshly squeezed orange frozen in special popsickie with a stick insert make.s a freshing treat for the children. juice trays MrRay, vice president: Ralph Wilson, secretnry; Garry Bradford. Treasurer; Joyce Gninrs. reporter; and Gary Gill, song IfadtT. Samba Club Has Weekly Mooting* Mrs Enpene S?PS .Janrt Betty Hol- servrd. and n gurst Mrs. T, O. Hney, yesterday nl her hotnr After the hostess served rake of S.imha. foi 1 loops, Oi.hers will be put on a waiting list, and will be 1 ron- Walls Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Jin; Crafion. City Louise Parrish. City Bobby Scay, City Danny McPeake. City Dee Bunch. City FVed Abbott, City Mrs. Thomas Hatshmaiv Tomato ^^^5. Oscar WhittinsTon, Steele Mrs. Hosa Wilson, Caruthcr.sviUe Joe Pride, City Eaton. The single-r tug ceremony was er formed at Hernando, Miss., yes- erday afternoon at. 3 o'clock by H. H. White, justice of peace. Mrs. Keilick was her daughter's nly attendant. Mrs. Brady dressed for her mar- iape in a pale blue gaberdine suit nilh all black accessories and Mrs. CelJick wore a navy fall dress with d accessories, Both attended Blythevilie High School, and Mr. Brady is now as• ociated with Alton lair Service Station at Arkansas-Missouri state inc. Thev plan to make their home in Blythevillc. U5ed small potted plants to center iba. the j tarted whrn there'is an opening,! "^ ne clinaate of the AM res varies from 45 to 86 degrees. guests played bridge and winners her tables were the hastes, high score, and! The hoMc;* ^as the vunr Mrs. Russell Smip^on, second place.! the afternoon's game. cr of at rhe gift shop . . . Christmas Cards Sec our complete collection of rtislinclivr. cards. H.ive your name imprinted if >ou prefer. Miniature Dolls Add a novel decorative touch to your home with miniature dolts. . . , priced from S2.50 t« $4.00. See the New Merchandise Arriving Daily ot THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street nccorrims to Mrs. Lacid. Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 WED.-THURS. ...irtil* year eyes CMvince yon ttat it ISI Adventure to make you wonder if it's TRUE pf» MUD C. j tI!IBT I. LoorEi DCHOEDSACH Millions of homes keep- St.Joseph When you get to the office, wash | take extra time and effort, will do your hands immediately with soap much to protect your health and and hot water. Repeat this perform- i beauty. ^eis^^e'SMtg^iistw^icT^^sssa^'s's^a^tsts^taisis! ASPIRIN Utah'Brady, son of Mrs. Jake IQQ TABLET BOIILE. ONLY 49 C Open i:(X> p.m. Show Starts at Husk. 2 Shows Every Mghl AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY LAST TIMES TONITE Dollar Nite! Carload for $1 RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Mnnly Trearlway Mr. ami Sirs. Van Kirrss Mr. and Mrs. l.cKoy Ross Mr. and Mrs. Charley l.angslon and fnmilv THURSDAY & FRIDAY A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF ADVENTURE SWEJPSlfflE SCREEN! ' ' * " Shorls: Mickey Dawn Under £ Crow Crazy THURSDAY & FRIDAY i BROS". 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