The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 20, 1952
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ACE TnO '••" BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 19S1 Pat Mullins, Suciety Editor Phone 4461 Former Resident's Wedding Announced The wedding of Miss Doris McSpadden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'tnnley McSpaddcn of Boyd, Tex., o James A. Mcsley, was solemnized MARR1KU — A f o r ra e r resident of Aug. 30 in a cancllcheht scrvica H 1 v t li r> villn in-formed by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, . ' ". ' Jr., la Central Methodist Church Jumcs A. i :os- it Fayetteville, Ark. ley vv a s m,".r- Mr. Mosley Is a brother of Mrs. r jcrl | n r),, >• i « !I. P. Llston ar.d Mrs. Fred Por;er. V, V , I both of Blytheville, and is a former iMC h '' a " " c "• local resident. daughter of A program of nuptial music was Mr and ,Mri presented before the bride, wearing t- t ~ , *M'.' in ankle length gown of while ay- • " on net and lace over satin, entered S |> a d d e n of he sanctuary. Her veil fell from a Boyd, Tex., Juliet cap and her only ornament «.,' o n 1.1- .•_ was a striiiK of pearls. She cr.rricd ""*>• '', JIt '* i white Bible topped by a wlvtc ll brother of ° rc »W- Mrs. H. ['. l,:s- The maid of honor. Miss Viminm i on ., nr i AT..,. Dlxon, wore a gown of pastci or- ,?" ,'' , /' ' S : chid, and carried a colonial bou- '' rC(l ' Orter of et of deep pink carnations. M"s. Blytheville. rry Hixh, bLkicsrnaid, ot Lillle Rock, was identically attired. A. El. Conway served as Ir-st man and ushers were Newman Rlschnian and Bill Livingston, both of Camden, Following the wedding, a reception was held. The couple, is resid- •ng in Little Rock where Mr. Mosley is continuing his studies at the University of Arkansas School of Phar- •nacy. The bride is a graduate of Methodist Hospital School of Nurs- 'ng in Dallas. Tex. Coming Events Monday Polluck slipper for Past Matrons and Patrons Clul> Is to be held 6t the homo of Dr. and Mrs. J. A Kaliua with Mrs. H. R. Aikcn and ' Bits of News A. Mrs. W. esses. Christian church, oxe with cr-ner Stickmon as co-host 7 Women's Fellowship or Miss Helen Hamdcn of Wilson and George Krone of Blythevillo are serving on the newswriting staff of the Arkansas Stale College Herald this year. Doth are sophomores, Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, to have gone to Senatobia, Miss., V i s it M, S . Hubbnrcl's oarents. ML-. f 'Fas/lions and Flashbacks' Reveals Newest Styles Wit/i ffie Contrast o/ Period Gowns More thaA font huiidred gviWs'attended tho Blythevillc Junior Auxiliary's fourth annual fashion show and tea at the Hotel Noble yesterday afternoon. In keeping with their theme, "Fashions and Flashbacks," Auxiliary members received in authentic period gowns, to form a striking contrast to the modern fall fashions presented. S REVEAL MOTH-MIX TKKM) — Cynthia Louise Dillahunty, Mrs. R. W. Rfittcm of Manila, Mrs. E. L- Taylor of Hnyti E\nd Mrs, Mavis EeLUemire, (top paneb are shown as they modeled new fashions, providing a striking contrast with p'-riod gowns of the '20s 1 at Hotel Noble In the ammnl Blythcville Junior Auxiliary fashion show, which was this yenr entitled '/Fashions and Flashbacks." in the lower panel panel (left In right) Marie Wllrty, Mrs. E. A. Tcaforci of Luxora. Mrs. T. A. Folger, Miss Eltme Golden. Mrs. Elobie NiehoUon and Mrs. Charles Craig are shown In ensembles ihcy modeled. (Courier News Thotos) Mrs. James C. Guard. Auxiliary president, greeted guests In a 1890 model bustled black taffeta gown, complete with leg o'muton sleeves, dust ruffle, find short, train. She was assisted by Mrs. Max Logan, chairman of the fashion show, and Mrs. W. T, Rainwater, co-chairman, wearing the styles of the '20s. Mrs. Logan's orchid georgette wns beaded with flower designs, while Mrs. Rainwater's gown was a formal slyle. of that era in peach velvet with the well remembered back hem-line "dip." Additional costumes of the "flapper" days were worn by Mrs. R. A. Porter, who chose n rose chiffon dress, heavily beaded and ornamented with rhine-stones, and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr.. in a navy blue velvet. Her dress was trimmed with a white satin bow at the neck, and nt inset-s of the sniff push-tip sleeves. Each pinned an orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Farris M(C:iiia presented fa- j vors in a ropy of (lie ntile-bcllum ! period, with full hooped skirls In i lavender orpanely. Before the show- j inss. tea wns served in the Rose j Room (com the long on-.amly-cov- j ererl table, eclred \virh ^rcf-n s.i'm \pe-s. The old-fa-hioncd motif ' s furthered nv n cer.ten>:ri-e of m MI it i < of 1 lend! r d inn mi' i n s > n i if roKS. Tl \ ufre arranged m the lirflt model io intiodure the Eriythc Slio]i]ie's fnll collection, With her pink nnrl brown tweert beat coat Troiu the Mouse of Swans- down, she wore a brown wool Uoucle suit with fringed stole. A mademoiselle Juliette velvet was shown next. worn by Mrs. Harold Doyle. Mrs. Doyle's Ron- leigh hat of velour nnd Mom ate baff complemented her eye-catching stylo with jewelled neckline and slnnd-awny pockets. The satin and lullo modeled by Mrs. TCloiso Nicholson was an Kmmn Domb oriyin,il of Callfornin wth bodice of soft tulle folds nnd swirHnji satin skirt. She carried a HlaineUin to har- nionlv.n with the new soft .shade of Ihe dress. Party rose. Sophistication was the effect achieved by Miss M;i\ine Hill in her serjulned tufleln Crock and Wcl- shirc cocktail hat. Mrs. Charles Crnic; selected an. Irene Knrol orlcinni. for her appearance, hi black >rscy nnd bisque faille. For sinnrtnp'ss in casual wear. Miss Louollii Barnes roi^linued the procession of lexhues and designs from the Edvllie .Shoppe with her .lerscy 'eii>rmbte bv Justin Mccarty of Dallas Its hues justified revival t the middv In .nutcd tones of wcsklt was set off by a Sandy Jocky cap. nnd Storybook costume Jewelry. Miss WhltslH's Shop began the showing-flrthclr fall numbers with a Herman : Bclspel coat worn by Mrs. P. D. Foster. Her matching Benham casual of classic design was enhanced by an Enid Lee of New York hat. all In the new color called wood cock. She carried a natural Fugll mum. Empire llodlcc Featured Another coal — luxurious camel hair— from the Mouse of Kllneritc In the ever popular three-quarter length \VLIS shown by Mrs R. w. Ratton. of Manila, with an imported British worsted wool suit, a Hcr- iran Beispel original. Her Frank Benson hat of black felt was jet -UX.ORA NEWS llj MRS. G. C. DRIVER B:l[ilUt5 Holding Hcviral The First Baptist Church is uir- rcndy encased in daily rtvtval services, extending through next Weil-! of Richardson complimented Mrs. Jnmcs Pliiiiips of Blythevlllc, the former Miss Joan Shanks of Lux- orn. with n Inyelte shower at the home of Miss Richardson Wednesday night. Fifteen guests played games during the evening. The gifts to the honoree were rolled tn a has- \ Hall and Mrs. H. c. Hose. Women's Missionary Society of tlie First Baptist Church meet in Circles as follows: circle One with Mrs. W. E. Wallace at 1010 Hilly Circle Two with Mrs. R. E Bla.v- lock at 630 W. Ash, Circle Three with Mrs. Arlolph Heinicke at 1124 W. Hearii. Cricle Four with Mrs. J. G. Barnes at 1021 W. Ash. Circle Five with Mrs. H. H. Brooks at BOS Chickasinvba, Circle Six with Mrs. W. W. Mitchell at 1320 Chickj- sawba. Circle Seven with Mrs. W. E Jost at 2333 Kenwood Drive. Young Women's Auxiliary (lO-'M years) of First Baptist Church meets at the home of Miss Millie Ann Mallory. Dolly Hictt Young Women's Aox-" diary of First Baptist Church meets with Shirley Shenpard. Women's Missionary Society nt Trinity Bantlst Church meets at 1 I, for stnte Missionary program. — marie , while paper fashioned after a nesday. Two son-Ices are being held-eloper. Party rooms were decorated Japanese Prog-ram Given in Home Members of Business Women's Circle Eight of the First Baptist sinet. the gift of Miss Owens' The i ch " rc " mrt at the home of Dr. hostesses served a sandwich plate j Etlni> lSics Tucs <tay night for a pro- daily. In the afternoon and at niyht. I \vith multicolor The Rev. Reese S. Howard of Jones- j vases. boro. former uastor of the Ccr.'r::!: linptist Church in (hat city, i:; the;' Mr. dahlias In white trimmed. Thr hi tured in Empire bodice was fen- strikinR short formal modeled by Mrs. Louts Hughes, who also modeled a flecked tweed Larry Aldrlch criminal ensemble with a Russian SQuirrc! cape. To 11 she added a Lewis bag and Bernon hat. nnd accented her suit with a red o.-TMntion pinned to her porket. Mrs. A E. Tea ford of Luxora selected for her appearance, a simple crcen. accented y the bright rhry-] 1>lrf ' < VI ~ lvnl cocktail drc=s created •anthemum she rarri.-d In direct i 1>5 ' ^'drioh. The new (rend toward contrast, a formal tvnifving frmin- j 'o«'errd wmslllnr-s wns indicated by itv wr>s worn by Miw Kloise Golden, j " Prillllr> Mmiconc woolen modeled Tills Fmma Domh pricinal in clar- I ''V Mls E. L. Taylor of Hayli. Mrs inn rc:l. very cffiTlivelv combined ! Teaford wore n squirrel raurlcl lu- r-> ' N holders \> h (el! .hade ll stnrclieii lac PcmiHc dolti Shnivn That poin-.'ar fabric-, poodle cloth. ra^ used bv 5v.\.'i:i^o\vp in the coat LrBo. nn;l Mrs. Taylnr wore a sv-^a of naii'ii Martin furs. A Littlr F.mprcss coat d.\s!j:ncd by nri Sue was w-orti by Joan M; O O 1 v.orn by Mts leopard Perkins of ( Nation of Manila, with a soft velou Mv-.lln. Wlih i'.. s'-e .ere a nubbvjhat by -latshtcr—from the T.a Hellc l x i>-r o iii i 1 i iud In l Simp Her corduroy dress and Jack- cen v,-Io;;r Kuox hat Mis T. A. et set ,ia; a Johnny I,ce original. ' i r :i]ip^:,-.[ in n d-umptic com A vcr-atilo btork dress done by ^••••' ' '•'"-'' "•'• ' and striped Harvey ncrin '.-.a* chosen by Mrs ti'.ffeta for evrnlpg wenr ^hp wore wl'itc earnaiie t We-!hrrok. .lr . prm t::i!r clim.ix for Frtvlhc" Ul li^r smar'lv tailorcrl < flc tc:vturrd Mirtin vvonl. intl rcrtprr tvccd cont for trim nfl 11 ' ri hrr The late trusses w r; A tylish ^ctnb fns!-; Mrs J. di-d n fit- rnllri-tion uit nf uaf- ;unl a suit \\itli K-ns Know hat com- a 'cr nrt M;i Oral orlrl W, !-;.>!if for the little .ncirlcd hv Cvnlhla v. R\lh\- K.iv Kn^h \Vitdv for the Tot ! !Ulr Aiiir-ii.M co-it, I8i7 c hav .l coll Am uc i i ( ,-rci t ] lv I I Of is anri bud 1 il orn lifr troin rilrct. r^ni arui other '/rcfiierv- lii JTr rritir ' to n>mpli''f th Mrs. n A. N'rlsnn rjnd Mr.-.. Jamrs ! C. Gunrd. romnu'-ijt i;<i:5. inltoduc-j modftis tin a st^-e also drjiiclin^i an old-fasliioitnd srcnr^. As llie\- np- | prorcd they s.tcn.i before antique ' dro'-s^r. ijr'iikrd on rath sjdc with I angcincnts ol hlue delphinium E and pa^U'l sto.^k in antique cry.-.Ulj bowl. A sowing macl-.'.r.c ef anrirnt i vintage served ars commentator's tfl- ! We. : Mrs. Homer Odoin. appeared as' villl which Lloyd Stirkmon. The beauty of Its neckline wns repeated with while pnonr ruffs and contrasting square black billions. With il, Mrs, Stick- uion \vnic a white rarmtimi at the waist, and carried a sable scarf. Mink Is MonVlfil Fnr 'he Ki-ciiberg orieinal. Whit- silt's teamed a classic coat of mink brown wi>h curved-in waist and bis; natch pocket-s with a rich jungle brown riie^s of Empire line for a disiineuishcd ensemble. The design of thrse i-arments was shown by Mrs Ixiuh Phrrry, who also chose n FraiiK ReiiS'in i:at 1o wear. Mrs \[,i\-is Seltlpiuire appeared In a li.ividow shac-checked wool balls were vvnrn at her lapc 1 i lr « vrl S1 "l wiln a companion great A full b»rtha of white nuhrold- i coal - A " in '«''''• '''"" »»<1 mink Her rrod orgar.dv aririrc! timt partvj^ lnt - R Ficnch copy of Madcaps, sparkle to KnViv K:,y Koehlcr's j bt '' riri0 ' 1 v '"' '•'•"• outfit. polished cotlon oi:^;:-^l by Con-i Orctilcis given ns door pri^f.s were iicll. This dr^iI'm: Allowed hpr 1 presenter! by Alh'n's Flowers, as know-ledge of fashi'- 1 :: -.vend by add- I were all fiornl arrangements vised I in a crisp taffeta petticoat for j In decoratini:. and worn by those addr-d nertnrss Ruby l\ ; u- pinned j l>,-vi-:ici;ia:uig in the show. The or- n diminutiv e ho-.inurt o[ yellow ! chids were won l>\- Mrs. P, W. Cole- riai^ies nt her shoulder Tlie third model of <>.; able trio, Marie \Vilo\-, Johnston of D.^'lns orwiiul H^r j of Driver, and Mis Eil Stncy, who lonfer iackct in S::.rhri',ht tbnncl. rerr-ned Helene Rubetwtein kits with matching qutlted skirt and from Rothrock Drug Co.; Mrs. Fred i 'ncd nf stunr.infT real iiu-islhle- ch'ck wr-oV \vith rlrii hrfi \ n velvet Irini for addrci sin:iitnrss A winter corsage or blur anri silver bubble 1 fvaiwlH. and the church pn..i:>r, the Rev. Harold White, is lending the song services. Classes Klcrl The seven upper grades in the I.uxora schools have recently elected class officers and Student Council ; representatives, ns announced by i Vernon Jauu-s. principal. Presidents | of the classes are Harold Hollingcr. is eve nth: Patricia Peiincnter, ! eighth: Saretim Carr. nintli; Dud- j Icy J<ilmsn. tenth: Howard Clark, j eleventh; nnd Hay Tat!-, twelfth! Student council representatives are: Oma tlollliiBcr. eighth: Janie Mc- Olaughlin. ninth: Ann Rowllc. tenth: Herman White, eleventh; and Fraud's Shaw, twelfth. j Sunday Schdnl Kiiti'rt.iins 1 Tlie I'hebran Class ol the : Baptist Church .Sunday Sclmnl was host to the Fide/Us Class Friday ' night for n bnfTct supper at the ; church. The Rev. Harold While, ! pastor, ihe guest speaker, talking on stewardship. Mixed autumn tlowers predominated the decorations £i»r the event. } llriilsc Cluh Meets \ Mrs. Sam Bowcn was hix^tess j table bridge club, with members i trom Osceola and Luxora pre.-ent A dessert course wi\s served bcfoie |the pames, in which high scoie j firia-s were won by Mrs. Elizabeth Sililmnn and Mrs. T. K Hudson. r.ajrUc Shower (.;i\pn Misses Marilyn Owen and Eloisc AtiEtin. who received cologne from Rothrock's: and Mis. Doyle HtiiUcr- nni. wlio received a sandwich tray from 'lie Gift Shop. Fa\ors rtis- tribiilcd were from Floyd A. Wlii'e. Musical background riurlng the [ cnamientary w as eloi;e by Mrs. Eddie Saiiba o[ Saliba <>: Musi*. Arkansas-Missouri Power Company arranged tlie sta^e Iii;tuing. Per.snnats A. B. Rozelie en- j Mission offering. Ten members attended the "Japanese Tea Party." tlie theme of the program, which was "Japan's Puzzled People." The cuests were ushered into a room decorated with a grandparents, this week. Mrs. Dick White and children, Richard and Ellen, plan to leave Monday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Daggett in Mariana. Mrs. L. Z. Lemond of Trenton, Teiin., left today after being the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ben Harrole and family. Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr., and daughter, Carter, left Thursday for Danville. Va.. to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boat- wrieht. Mrs. W. B. Tanner, accompanied to Memphis today by Mrs. T. J. Mahan. left for Chapel Hill, N.C. R. D. Hughes, Eddie Regenold. and Charles Rqse .have, returned from Texas, : where, they'went on business. ' '••"' : ' ' ' ''" Mrs. R. P. Kirshrier and grand-' daughter. Jeannie Trissler, have returned from Pilgrim Rest, Mich., where they had spent the summer months. Presbyterians Meet at Church The first meeting o! the new season for women of the First Presbjv terinn Church wns brought to order by Mrs. w. A. Dobyns. vice president. In the absence of Mrs. Jesse M. White, president, with & prayer Tuesday. In a business session, the men's supper, which is to be given Monday night was discussed and reports from committee chairmen were given. It was announced that the group conference will be held Oct. 8 at 9:30 a.m. in Osceola. Circle One won the dollar, which is given each meeting for the circle v,-i!h the largest representation of members. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe gave for the program. "The Study of the Life of John R. Molt." a missionary. She was assisted by Mrs. Fred Sandefur, and Mrs. Curtis Anderson. Speakers' tables were overlaid with white cloths and centered \uith yellow rosebuds. Following the program, the hostesses, Mrs. Farris McCalla and Mrs. L. G. Nash, served punch and cookies from a teblo centered with pink roses. Uli Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Northern and baby, S:ee!c i Mrs. R. H. Hastings. Steele tertained with a duip-ln party at small Japanese tea table, set witll " " ------ - tinj . Japanese tea cups, which were the home of Mr. nnd Mrs John Ford Saturday night in honor of their houscguests. Mr. and Mrs Ray Payne of Texas, Mrs. Rozelle's brother and family. Mrs. Ernest Wright, daughter and granddaughter, all of Memphis, were houseguests ot Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stevens Sunday. Teachers and .superintendents of I he First Baptist Church Sunday School attended tile county meeting (if thai body at the Calvary Baptist Church In Blytheville Tuesday night. FLASH Cameras for Rent Take won r) erf u I Indoor picture* willi n Hnsh c.uurra from ttar- nrv's llruR. l.nvr ralrs. AH kinds of camera supplies arc av.ill.iblo here. Barney's Drug CAMKIU IIKADQt'ARrF.KS !OOB \V .M.iln Phono 3f.l1 fashion- wore man of Caruthersville and Mrs. C. E, Sparks, Jr. Other door prizes were won by Mrs. James ELshnder, DRY CLEANING PLANT FOR SALE Hie lime Dry Cleanin B and Prcssinj; Shop, Paragould's best shop (grossinij $18-2(1.0(10 per is offered for sale. Ki]iiipment and location excellent — 515 \Vesl Kinjrs Highway in ParaRould. Ark. If you are tnokinrj for a S ond .\ear-rojind business, drive" up to I'arasrould and sec J. C. Gramling at the shop folded, revealed the program. Miss Ruby Brown gave the devotional and others who took parts were Mrs. John Tyrone. Mrs. Atkins. Mrs. Josephine Rolltson. Mrs. Mnrtah Brown nnd Miss Jewel Lee. After circle prayer, the hostess Kiven as favors. Napkins, when un- • served refreshments. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY! 2 HITS! Armorel HD Club § Potluck.MejU '^Iteen"'rfietrjbers' "of ' thfe ^Armorel Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. Minnie Hanley for potlnck luncheon and business ;ession Thursday, Mrs. N. c. Patterson led th« grace song preceding luncheon, which was followed by the businesi session, closed with prayer by Mr» Cnnrles Brown. Sunshine gifts were exchanged, and sunshine friends revealed their Identity. Game prize was won oy Mrs. G. R. Watson, and door prl» went to Mrs. W. O. Anderson. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 3c & 3(| c At All Times SATUIIDAY Double Keature Serial: The Dlaekhauks & Carlnon SUNDAY & MONDAY JOSEPH KAUfMAH Serial: The Ti^erman I'lus Cartoon Sudden Fear! I»CX GtORIA BBUCE GIUMME • BENHEFt VIRGINIA HUSTO.X- 7i3uCH CCMM3S Paramount b4cws, Cartoon & Shorts RITZ GUESTS .Mr. and Airs. Klhci'l Huffman nnd family Mr. iintl Mrs. John Aurlcrsnn ami family Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. David Mrs. Eunice Young

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