The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 4, 1952
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IT, OCT. 4, (ASK.> COURIER NBWS M«*r m ' 'v. itj* i V' .f >. . * * I >n Fireworks in Cotton' Seen at NCPC Fashion Show Yesterday marked the annual cotton fashion show ol the National Cotton Picking Contest, which Included showings of the winning garments from the Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest, and replicas of the clothes given Miss Pat Mullarkey, 1952 t>iald of Gallon. - "Fashion Fireworks in Cotton/' was the name given to the event, , chawing cottons In wider use than in any year previous, New textures, new weaves, new finishes that keep them crisp and uncreased, wove shown by Miss Shirley King, "Miss Blytheville of 1952.' 'as she modeled seven 1 creations from the M replicas, sent by courtesy of McCalls. • i' \ LAdJ >i" <M - ;M */*&• i. '.:/•• •*l~> "#-?:< ^ *** ?f» 5 ' vst '•3 ^\ 1C-'' FASHION SHOW MODELS — The cotton fashion show of the annual National Cotton Picking Contest was held yesterday at Walker park, when winning garments from the Clothing from Cotton Bags and replicas of ths wardrobe given to Miss Pat Mullarkey, 1952 Maid,of Cotton, were shown. Mrs. Robert Lipscomb and daughter, Linda Lou, <top left) model » mother and daughter combination made from cot- ton bags, while Miss Shirley King, (top right) shows » sheath dress ol. Disciplined cotton "print, with cotton corduroy coat lined with the tame print as the dress. .This ii one of seven outfits from the Maid of Cotton's wardrobe. In the lower photos, (left to right) Sally Mccutchen, Mrs. James Rogers and Mrs. Todd Harrison model winning numbers In the cotton bags contest. (Courier News Photos) Rat Muliins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Rustic Inn Scene of Dessert Bridge Mrs. Bill Jontz was hostess yesterday at the Rustic Inn to members of the La Finesse Club and three guests for » dessert-bridge party. Guests included Mrs. Herbert « vearengen, Jr., Mrs. Jim Smart id Mrs. W. H. O'Kcefe. . The hostess U5»c! small bouquets of white rose buds to center the Individual tables at which a dessert games were played, course was served, and bridgej J>r jUst a member." Deborah Class Has Pot Luck Dinner Mrs. W. M. LaTerney was host-! ess to 12 members and two guests of the Deborah Sunday School Class at her home Thursday night with a pot luck dinner. A business session was conducted before dinner, with Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Sr., giving the devotional. "Treasure Chest of Life," Mrs. W. J. Rodgers offering prayer and Dr. Edna Ni^s, presiding. Plans'for October activities were made, and Dr. Nle-s stressed the point, " an active member, Winners were Mrs. Smart, first place, Mrs. Swearengen, second, and i\frs. J. M. Williams, Jr., brldgo, Mrs. Stanford Is Hostess to Class Members of the Home-Makers Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church held Its monthly meeting at the home ol Mrs, M. Roy Thursday, when 14 attended. Mrs. Roy used roses, dahlias and other late summer blossoms to decorate the entertaining rooms of her home. . • Mrs. James Lunslord, president, Dinner was served bulfet style from a table centered with dahlias, which also centered small tables at which guests v;ere seated. Mrs. Leslie Moore gave the closing prayer. PEG Chapter 'N' Has Initial Meet Members ot Chapter "N" of PEO held their initial; meeting of the eason At the home of Mrs. Rlley 3. Jones yesterday, when 16 attended. Mrs. VF. L. Homer WDS in charge of the program ot the day. which was a constitutional quiz, with Mrs ihester Caldwell, winner of th quiz. Assorted party foods were servec from; the dining room lable, whlc' was overlaid in crisp white organ dy over bright yellow. A low bowl o yellow rosebuds .was treed as a cen tetpiece. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr.. pros] dent, conducted a bxisinesa session presided over a brief business session which was followed by~ a devotional given by Mrs. Darrel Swaner. Mrs. H. H. Brooks, teacher of the class, explained the goal? necessary for the cbss to reach in order to attain the Standard of Excellence In the social, which followed, a theme of Halloween was carried out in the refreshments and enter tatnment. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Anna Long, City Always suds off shelves and draw ers before you reline them fresh washable plastic. CanJl W «n .• Sermons on this subject 1 wi/f b* delivered iy " Th. Rev. J. Hodge Alve* Rector of Christ Church Little Rock « St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Sixth and Walnvk Five nights, Oct. 5 through 9, at 7:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited lome-Makers Class inducts Meeting- Members of the Home-Makerg unday School Class of Trinity aptist Church gathered Thursday ght at the home of Mrs. Charles lanford, hostess, for an election f officers. | Included In the officers are Mrs. . Johnson, president; Mrs. Leslie Cenwright, membership vice piesl-. ent; Mrs. B. Camel, fellowship' Ice president; Mrs. Elnora Swaford, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. oh'n Culdwell, publicity chUlrmim; Irs. Charles Stanford, and Mrs. Lay, group captains Members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi modeled winning numbers from the contest. First to be shown was n gay house dress, made from cotton bags to brighten any morning, with comfortable tit, Modeled by Mrs. Ben Cooper, it was made in five and one-half hours at a cost-of B5 cents. Mrs. Robert Bramlette of Subiaco, Ark., is the winner, who won first place In the Home Demonstration Club members house dress division. Miss Nancy • Holland wore tailored house dress wlih large patch pockets fur a crisp, neat and clean look. ll was the secom prize winner In (he Home Demon stralion Club members house 1 dress division, and was made by Miss Leona Rlable of Scranton, Ark. Next shown was a softly-tailored street dress with large collar, don ble breasted,' button and with sld pockets. Mrs. Charles Alter of Do WHt, Ark., took first plnce In th Home -Demonstration Climb mem bers street dress division, with II Mrs. Todd Harrison was the mode Unusual Neckline Miss King made her first ap pearance In. a blue casual, wit Bhlrt lines and rounded shoulders The skirt, full anil flared, wa worn under a cropped short jack' with a winged collar look and cir pliasls, on the x\nusual necklin reatment. The dress wns made < Tebilized PIcctc cotton—the plea «re woven In—and the jacket wa made of crease resistant pique. Mrs. Charles Munson won tie end place In the Home Dcmonstr ion Club members street divisio \vith a button down the front sire dress, featuring tiny tucks. V/hi pique provided the cuffs and lars. A tailored collar and blouse topping a-gored skirt, to>lit many occasions was the first place In the 4-H club girls house dress division. It was made by Miss Jane Casper of Portia, Ark., and modeled by Miss Holland.' - - < A cool, sundress made of dainty design cotton bags, was shown next by Saiiy McCutchen. It was made by Melanl Raega of Erri- mett. Ark., who won second place In the 4-H Club girls house dress division. Miss King, appearing next on the &cene, wore a Paris fashion of Matingale coat, wltli easy lines, high belt in the back, and rounded shoulders. Princess cotton corduroy is the material and turquois the shade. Beneath the coat, shi wore a slim sheath dress, with c Bcooped neckline and button froni closing. It was made of Disciplined >rlnts, same. BS the Jacket lining. Miss Ethel Jo Malner of Paris Ark., was winner of the houp dress division open lo anyone Yoke and pockets are white or gandy with flowers of the colloi malerlal appllqued on them. Lac provided the trim for the drcs worn by Miss Oeorgf*. Ann Byre Features Stand-Up Collar A dressy look was .achieved the second winner in the 4-H Clu girl street d_ress division? 1 with ne stand up collar. Contrasting bu tons also added color. Winner wa Miss Jane Casper of Portia an the model was Mrs. James Roger Miss Holland appeared again, In a gay print with full skirt. Winning first place In the 4-H Club girl street dress division, it was made by Miss Mildred Ktrchoff of De- tr I tic l< ' all cotton outfit is suitable tor cknlckin? or square dancing. Mr Ichard Gray of Scdnlla, Mo., is ie first prize winner. Mrs, Corkrell, only Blylhevillc itry in the contest, won another •cotul PIJKB with the colorful ousc dress shown by Mrs. Cooper, ornilng the points ot interest about ils dress were button pockets and ross buttoning at the neck. A Ihrec-pleco beach emembLe was 1iss King's next choice. 'Ilic swim lit with •simple. 1 * Imlter top had removable sklit as well as Its own latching terry cloth Jnckt't, Large aatc-h pockets. In the while Jacket ,re just right for carrying beach Bsenftals. HriglH tanecrine of (he ult v'fls conu-anloned with smaH iirbrs lt\ the lining of the jacket. Mrs. J. D. Davis and Oav Ho"ser norlclcd a mother Knd daughter combination winch took second re in the open to anyone division, These town or country dresses in contrasting shades of blue and green, featuring peter pan collars, luffed sleeves, and gathered skirts, were made by Mrs, Clyde BcU of Ahnyra, Ark. Fashion Favorite A perennial favorite that is always fashion ?'f?ht was the roat dress with beVb.steevcs and cardigan neckline iir^ray with a black belt, modeled by Miss Kitig. Another mother and daughter combination, a pinafore style with puffed pockets on the gathered skirts, was shown by Mrs. James Rogers antl Nnncy Henderson. Must outstanding about these dresses was the cost. With bells being old ones, recovered, collar and cuffs made of scraps from previous .sowing, Ihe pattern copied from a picture, the only cost was for buttons and thread, which came to M cents, I First prize winner with these cot- Mr, and Mrs, O. E. Knudsen, Mr. and Mrs. B, E. Tune, and Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb will leave- Sun day lo attend the District, Kiwanis Convention being held in Ho Springs, Ark., Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. BUI Nunnclee and daughter, left.Memphis by plane to join U. ..„. Nunnclee, who is .stationed at Ft, I years) Bennlng. Gu. Mrs. Nunnelce. the former Miss Mary Prances Onlnes, was taken to Memphis by her molti- MIE. R. L. Galnes and her sister. Mrs. Bill Jontz. Jimmy Culbcrtson is spending the week end here. He is u'student 111 • Mississippi Southc-r'n College in lint-! liesuiirg, Miss. Mr. niKl Mrs. Ross Stevens lull. for CohimuJu City, !nd.. lo he the guests of Mrs. Stevens' siiUr, Mrs. A. E. Erdman find Mr. Erdninn. Mrs. Alice Womack, who Ins spent the p^st tv.o wo.t^s In ct._ Louis as the guest of Mrs. Raymond i Fowler, will lenvo there today visit her sisters. MS. Gertrude Wo- j mack and Mrs. Anna DuVall of j nui'.Uty. I 1 .! ' Mrs. Ccorue Roland Green will: have as her gtK'.st.s M; 1 . unit M s. j Carl B, Mrxv.dr of Memphis. Mi 1 ..' alul Mrs, J. A. IM'rg and Miss Eve- i lyn Jean Pleg of Csceola for the; week end. i Mr. and Coming Events University Club dance to be held at 9 p.m., Hotel Noble in Mirror Room. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Jonu, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mcllaney. Monday Dolly Hlctt Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church meets with Ernestine Holt. Young Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church mccU with Miss Emia Fomlven. Young V/omtn'R Auxiliary 119-24 of Kirst Bant If I Church mc-ts with Miss Pat M'Jllins at 7:15 p.m. Women's Society of Christian service ot the Pirsl Methodist, Church has 1 p.m. luncheon at church f Allowed by business and program. Mrs. A. C. Haipy is in cl":rs5 of the program. V.'o-'.")' Sen-Ice C)i.»ld nf First Mcll'.cd'si Church has B p.m. mcc-t- | FrifllrV.llip Cl-M of the First Baptist clH'v'h h:<s nu'eting with Mis. C'rr!ei Ccc imti Two of Trlmiy Ti'.Mtht CU"rc-li Wo-icn's Mi?sion- ?r ''on at (lie St. Ktr-'-eV business Er'~--v-! Church C. P. Cockle will hp.vo as tliolr Bucsts their chiugh- ter. Mrs. Robert Chatterton, and Mr. Chalterton. who received his dlRchavse nt Ln Guna Beach, Calif., several duys. ftr.o. They arc /.'nrolite to their home In Chicago. Ill,, and will niTive tonight. Mr. and Mrs. W.J?. Cherry have as their guests Mr, and Mrs. Ray Mills of St. Louis and ftank Casone of Memphis, who came especially lor the Cotton Ball. Mrs. Lynn Hughes aud Mrs. Wii- soii Walsh spent the day in Memphis yesterday. gro-erMn sash was caught with a handniadc flow'er at the waist. Winner was Mrs. n. T. Gray ot Sedlllia, Mo., and model was Mrs, J. E3. Davis.. The final number of the afternoon ::o7'c:': or NKIV i:s "A"'[•;• ON V7!'.l:".' A!>'"N"' K.V ICP; ii.vs iv:t:x co"ME>:i'Ef)' TJot':c Is luTL-bv 'i-.en tint the fcllott'lns Is a Ik! ol esla'.^s upon whlth Letters Tistniticatnry or ot Al.n-lnist-atlon wera grunted during the month of September. 13":;! with the date of the . jriuilhi;* of swn letters and the lurne and a'idr'ss of tile oxerutor or administrator: No. 2138. E-tate of W. E, Bal'.ard. deceased. letters Testamentary IA- .suetl to W. E, Ballard and P. O. ltu-d. Manila, Arkansas on Seji- tember 4. 1952, No. 2142. Estate of C. A. Enki'j, deceased. Letters (if Adminlstrntion 1 issued to Harvey Morris. Blythe- vllte, Arkansas on September 12, 195S. Witness my hand and seal as s\Kh Clerk this the 3 day of October. 1052, Elizabeth Blythe Parker, County & Prbbate Cleric By Fellon Miles, DC Mrs. J. D. Davis showed cheerful house dress with white collar and white trim on the two 10rge pockets, and a matching apron. Mrs. U M. Cockrell of Blytheville was the second place winner In the inspirational part of the'of this cotton bag dress, In the ivening, Mrs. Swafford gave a de- ' house dress division open to any- 'otional followed by prayer by Mrs.: one. % 5 eggy Buchanan, who was a guest, i Soft grey Disciplined cotton was Mrs. W. D. Crocker led the closing used to make the softly talloicd ajfer and refreshment* were dress shown next by Miss King. The ierved. dress had a perky white collar and deep armholes. v Three rows of w^ilte embroidery formed the neckline of a white blouse, worn with n bright print n bag dresses was Mrs. Lois Far- ,er ol Jacksonville. Ark. MM, Robert Llpscomb and d&vigh- ;r, Linda Loll, were the modolB or another inoifcer and daughter imblnallon ma ; de by Mrs. Cockrell. Tie dresses featured inset pockets nd a dickey effect yolk. : Miss King wore « striking dress ith flying panels for her next ap- Earance, maile of cotton with the nok of brocade. The material for tie .soft roll collar mid cinching glr- ile waist had been reversed U) form ,n exciting new effect. The flying lancls were adapted from an Hal an couture original edslgn. '" Show! Cotton Formal •' Mrs. . L. M.. Cockrell took firs place with an all white cotton tor- nal dress, worn by Mrs. Ben Coo jer. Tb« neckline wns daintily seal loped, and scalloped tiers forniet ;he bouffant skirt. Five cotton bag were used In its making, and a black sash was used to add contrast. • of the cotton bags garmentl was » blue and white polk» dot eve nlug dress with very lull skirl, en hanced by gathered on flounce am white embroidery yolk. Th« whit re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c £ 30c At All Time* wtis shown by" Miss King (rom the replica^ of the Maid of Cotton's •ardrobe. The short evening fash- on, wlJJi Its draped bodice and high Empire line, accentuates a tiny waist, from which foil a frothy bout' nrtt skirt. .Iridescent, dotted swiss vith color tones that shimmer was used'ln Its making. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed B*«t Pric*« Kirby Drug Stores NOTICE The «m<m of Dr. MiKon E. Webb will to ctOK* Mmul»r *«* Tuesday, October 6th and 1th. . c Spaghetti Dinner WED., OCT. 8th 2 p.m. — (p.m. to B p.m. Sponsored by Th« American Legion Auxiliary Tickets on Sal* at Floyd A. White'K Always disconnect your iron by pulling at the plus, "ot the cord. Wrap the cord loosely around the iron a» soon as it cools, and store it away on Its heel rest. skirt by Mrs. Harrison. Made from three print bags and or»e white bag, SATURDAY Open 7:00 p.m. Show Starts at Busk; 2 Shows F.vtrj Night SAT. ONLY: Double Feature Silver Queen SmpKOfl-PrisiaWIE AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SAT. ONLY: Double Fearur. Serial: The Black Hawks & Cartoon A MOHOO4AM P1CTVM Serial: Oregon Trail & Cartoon SUMDAY and MONDAY IQIKDOUGUS, THE BIG CARNIVAL STERLING BILLY WILDER Serial: The Zombies Also Cartoon Plus! Cartoon & Comedy SUN - MON 2 HITS! *" IKE MIKAKERS pmtnl HARD, FASTI BEAUTIFUL! it 1911ICFIN8 rimcrin n»MH I SUNDAY and MONDAY WARNER BROS: MARVEfop MERRIMENT AND MELODY/ —Plus— "Gas House Kids Go to Hollywood' With Dead End Kids Also Metro News .S* DAVID BUTLER 'Also Cartoon & Paramount News RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. C. L. JTcWnlers and family Mr. and Mrs. Toby Long and family Mr. and Mrs. George Pollock Mr. and Mrs. Banard Goocli MMH

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