The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1950 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 30, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE. (ABK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Jah« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Plans For Preview of Smart Foil Styles Completed By Service Auxiliary Milady's fall costumes, afternoon* and evening, will parade against a f picture frame background In the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble Friday. Sept, 8, when the Blytheville Junior Service Auxiliary present 1 its second annual fashion tea from 3 until 6 p.m. Tickets for Ihe affair went on sale today at the three sponsoring stores, Miss Whlteltt's Shop, The Edythe Shop, The Tot Shop and nt the Gift Shop. They are available at the stores or .may be secured from any member jf Ihe Auxihory. All proceeds from the show arc used for the Auxiliary's child welfare projects. Althougn tea will bo served from 3 until 6 o'clock, showings will he at 3:30 nnd at 5 o'clock. Showing original dresses and costume si'll for Miss Whitsitt's Shop will be Mrs. lien Mac White, Mrs. G. S Atkinson, Miss Joanne Campbell Mrs. Llovd Stlckmon, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. P. D. Foster, Mrs Charles Langston, Mrs. Edna Cur Speck of Keiser. antl Mrs. L. C. B Youn<> of Osccola, Originals to he Shown These /local women .'.vill mode dresses and costume suits from the houses of Paul Parnes, Henham, an EisenberR, and will show orii;ina Martini, Elfrcda and Harvey Herii dresses. The V/hitsitt showing wi alsj^fcature Grace Durham origina Models for The Edythe Shop wi! be Miss Mary Louise Ashmore o Osccnla, Miss Liiella Barnes, Mr " James Smothcrman, Mrs. Ear Brownlee of Dell, Mrs. Lconar Perkins of Manila. Miss Eimna Aycock, Mrs. Jim noleson, Miss Barbara 'Jean Saliba and Miss Maxine Hill. The Edytl-.e Shop will shr>w coats and suits from the House of Swans- down, Jaunty Juniors and Youth- craft; and their dresses will bear the original tags of Levine's, Mademoiselle. Herbert Levy, Justine McCarty, and Charles Hymen. The collection r_f cocktail nnd evening clothes will be designs of George Jacobson, Justine McCarty and Emma Domb, while sportswear will be from Stetson Glove Suede, Milt Davidson of CMilornta and Serben. Millinery will be by Richards of Chicago. The younger ladles of the city will have a chance to see what they •hould wear to parties in Blythe- Tllle during'their busy winter social season and what they should cuddle In to keep Jack Frost at a distance. Tot Shop has arranged for Steele News Mrs Nelson Bcils, Jr. Miss Estcs Is Wed To Pfc. Nelson Belts, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Esles of Blytheville today revealed the marriage of their daughter, Miss Jcmn Estes, to Pfc. Nelson Betts, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Betts of Blytheville. The -single rUig ceremony was performed Aug. 16 In Osceoln. Miss Elizabeth Betls <and Miss Jean Miller, both of Blytheville, v/ere feminine attendants, Miss Betts was dressed In a brown and white costume, MJss Miller a printed frock. Both wore harmonizing accessories. The bride selected for her marriage, a pink pique frock worn with white accessories. B. W. Betts served his brother as best man. The bride attended Blytheville schools and will be a member of the sophomore class of the high school this fall. Pic. Betts attended Gosnell schools i»nd is now stationed with the Army at Fort Meyers, Va. Cominq Events Social Calendar ThurMliy Miss Rosemary Johnston to be complimented by Miss Virginia Swearen?en. Promised Land WSCS meets at the church at 8 p.m. • Mrs. A. D. Priest hostess to Intermediate BTU of Calvary Bap- list Church with a chicken supper at 1:30 p.m. Mis: G. W. Dlllahunty, Mrs. Ross Stevens, Mrs. Hugh Hudson and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns entertaining with a tea at the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble from 3 to 5 p.m. L honoring Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., a recent bride and Miss Lonnie Moore Johnson, September bride-elect of Arthur S. Harrison. Friday Lucky Rook Club meets at the home of Mrs. Cleo Wrenn. School of Information PTA meet- Ing at the Manila Library from 10 a.m, to 2 p.m. Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church meeLs at the home of Mrs. Prank Simmons at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. G. W. Glllespie as co-hostess. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba entertaining Past Matron and Patrons Club with a potluck supper at 7 p.m. ; States Spare Taxpayers CHICAGO (AP) — Legislatures met iu 24 states this year, but most of them went easy on the taxpayers. The Federation of Tax Administrators says there were major tax rate increases in four slates—Kentucky, Misilssippi, South Carolina and Texas. Miss Brasher Honored Miss Bobbye Brasher of Washington, D.C., was honored Wednesday afternoon with a Lawn Party at ihc home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mldrtlcton on their Maplewood farm. The lawn was a picturesque ict- llng lor the affair. Dancine and games were played during the party hours. Later In the evening, the hostess opened the doors leading Into the living room tastefully arranged with cut flowers. Alt were seated and Johnnie Middlemen son of the hostess rendered a piano solo. Club Entertained Mrs. Coleman Thrcet entertained the Bid and Gab Club at her coun-' try. home near Holland Wednesday afternoon. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Hurry Burton Jr. for high. Mrs. James Perry traveling and low,' Mrs. A. Guest, rooko. Personals Mvs. Mae Docrner and Mrs. Lucille Stephens were the weekend guest of friends in Portageville. Mi : -s Bobbye Brasher, house guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Tatiim returned Friday by plane to her home in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Crawford of Memphis, Tcnn. were the guests of Mrs. Marshall's parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovelace over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Graham and daughter Jane spent Sunday in Risco, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Kirkscy and Mrs. Dora McAdams. Harold Stroud was the luncheon Euest of Jerry Strothers Sunday in Caruthersville,' Mo. Mrs. Bob Burton spent the week visiting in Memphis. Mrs. Bill Whiltaker left Monday for Memphis to meet her husband. They returned' home 1»U Tuesday. Mrs. Franklin Berry and son D«- vid of Mayfleld, Ky,. and Mrs. Mary LeSleur of Evarusvlile, Ind., visited their sister and niece Mrs. Bob liur- ton Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Jerry Franklin, Mrs. Hays Smith and Mrs. John R. Franklin shopped In Blythevlile Monday. Miss oJan Kay Frame visited alth her aunt Mrs. Ora corbin in Corinth, Miss,, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Payette Frame »nd sotis Carl and Ralph visited Mr. and Mrs. Bucannon in Corlnlh, Miss., last week. Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Barron, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Thcrou Otment made QU outing trip to Big Springs, Ark., Sunday. Miss Ruth Ellis of Padiicah, Ky., and Mrs. J. H. Ellis of Campbell, Mo., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Leslie Barron. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Garrett Jr. of Monroe, La.,' have returned home after a visit with Mrs. Garrett's parents Mr. and Mis. M. H. Parrls. Mrs. Garrett Is the former Miss Famle Farrls. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Karrinlon of Memphis were the weekend guests ol Mv. and Mrs, J. H. Maiildin. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Sharp and son Robert, Jr., are vacationing In Bakersvllle, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordon accompanied their grandson Daniel home and visited In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Portis, Jr., of Lepanto, Ark. Monthly Business Session Is Held Cut Work Time on Cart MLADA BOLESLAV, Czechoslovakia—(/!')—A factory here claims to . _____ .. _ _ be able to make a two-door Skoda 1 mid-1950 from 37.6 cents In 1MT, automobile In 270 working houn now. compared with 810 hourt In 1946. Meantime the average hourly wage earned rose to 50 cents IB The monthly business meeting of the Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Baptist. Church was held lost evening nt the Forrest Moore home with Mrs. R.. B. Mnrtln- dale, co-hostess. Mrs. James Uinsford gave the opening prayer followed by the business session conducted by Mrs. Pat Chltmon. Reports of officers and committee chairmen were made afier which a discussion of parliamentary procedure was held. Mrs. C. L, Evans, clnss tpn__h*r. presented a devotional on "Prayer In The Home." Mrs. Charles Fiazler adjourned the meeting with prayer. In the social hour following, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Mntllndale sewed refreshments. Family Shoe Store Collects Steam Threshers FRANKMN, HI. (AP) — Milforcl Roes Is a modern farmer who collects old steam threshing machines as a hobby. Once a year he Invites the neighbors over and fires up the o.uaint contraptions. Ills prize showpiece is a wood burning thresher made in 1883. Lightning Scoots Down Mine Wire; One Man Killed POTTSVILLE, Pa., Aug. 30. W Lightning, traveling 130 feet alo- a u'ire into a mine, exploded fi\ charges of dynamite, killing orr Independent miner and critically injuring another. , Harry Harlz, 35. Trcmonl. was killed and Harvey Reiner, 32, Donaldson, injured shortly before they were scheduled to leave the mine and set off the dynamite charge yesterday. Another miner. Ira Rhody of Tremont. already had departed and was in a slianty near the mouth of the mine when the lightning struck. Rhody said the dynamite exploded In the faces of Harlz and Reiner. The latter was (aken to Pottsvllle hospital with injuries of. the head and face. • Women's Summer SANDALS $|95 2.95 to 6.95 Values FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main Blytheville <jsoi <*f . VA~ UT HI WAY 41 - 4OUTH- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eajr, to model a'.holiday 'dress of white organdy blouse with blue taffeta pinafore over n hoop slip. .This dress, an Arkansas exclu- »ive, Is designed and .made by the Bonee Beautiful House in Hot Springs which shows In both New- York and Dallas shows. Diane" Lur.trell, four - year - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell, -i-ill bundle up in a soft blue and cocoa plaid wool coat with matching slacks, muff and beret. This Is a Marianna original which comes also in brilliant plaids. Musical Intermission Guests will be received in the Rose Room by Mrs. R. A. Nelson, chairman, and Mrs. R. A. Porter, vice chairman of the tea. Here tea will be served from a table covered with R handmade organdy cloth with ribbon Inserts and centered with a floral arrangement by Allen's Flowers, which is decorating for the affair. Mrs. J. E. Beasley, Mrs. Eel Tune, MdtElan S.' Heath and' Mrs. Oscar FwSler will preside at the tea table. Serving will be Mrs. Linctscy Gimn, Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Jr., Mrs.' W. R, Lawshe, Mrs. Max Lognn, Mrs. F. Don Smith and Mrs. Wd- don Rainwater. In charge of food for the afternoon are Mrs. Ben W. Harpole. Mrs. Frecnman Robinson. Mrs, W. A. Afflick. Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. I. R. Coleman. Guests will be assisted in the Mirror Room by Mrs. Robert Logan, Mrs. Monroe Grain, Mrs. James C. Guard, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Marvin Smith. As the. models parade fl.crcsG the stage, Mrs. \Vi!lnrd H. Pease will describe their costumes. Background music wH] lie provided by Mrs. Eud_o Sftliba, pianist. Before and during the intermission. Miss Mnry Margaret Auten will give a program of vocal music. Stie will be accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart. In charge of the models for the Bflcrnoon are Mrs. Hernion Carlton and Mrs. James Roy. Klrby's Drug Stores have arrang- Two Women Join Emmanuel WMU Two members, Mrs. Andy White and Mrs. Jeff White, met Monday afternoon with 1G members of the Etiimanuel Baptist WMU at trie home of Mrs. A. M. Houston for tne weekly meeting. Mrs. Virgil Douglas opened the meeting with a prayer after which a study lesson from, the \VMU manual was taught by Mrs. 1 Bonnie Barnes. Mrs. j. G- Richardson worded the closing prayer. 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