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PAGE FOUR J»n« Shelton, Society Editor (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS. Phono 4461 Blii« and White Party Fetes Bride-To-Be A blue and while party last night • t Ihe W. C. Hlgftlnson home on Chickasawba for four tables of des- ««rt bridge guests continued the series of events planned in honor of Miss Barbara Child prior .to her marriage Saturday to Edwin Louis Bach of Evatiston, III. Mrs Dick Mills and Mrs. JamesN Rogers were hostesses for Ihe prenuptial event. Gladioli and carnations in the chosen colors o( blue and white and other floral arrangements In the selected theme were set around the spacious entertaining room in which Ihe evening was spent in playing bridge. Focal point of Interest was bridal parly scene ol a bride and groom »nd attendants leaving the church following the ceremony. Tallies and olher table appointments used In the game were adorned with miniatures of bridal attendants, dressed similar to the flgutes in the bridal study. Mrs. J. E. Beasley 'was high scorer' in the bridge game. Miss Veri ..Goodrich, second high, and Uifs Jettye Huffman, traveling, A grey nrcpe trousseau frock with * r ,sequm trim and worn with black ici-.'-ssoiIes was chosen by the iion- orte. A corsage of white carnations. In. keeping with the theme. WHS presented Miss Child from her hostesses. A gift-In her selected china pattern was presented the bride-elect. Miss Carolyn Child of Cincinnati. O., was an out-of-lown guest. Combined Part)' Honors The Rev. and Mrs. Kelly A combined dinner, parly and llirprlse going • away showe'r was given last night. a t the Full Gospel Tabernacle in compliment, to trie Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Kelly who will leave soon for Little Rock lo make their home. Members ol the church were hosts and hostesses for Ihe affair which was attended by approximately 100 guests. Mixed summer blossoms topped th>.|ong tables of the Educational Rooms of the church where the ihower was' held. •.Following ; dinner assorted gifts were presented the honoree after which the remainder of the evening was spent Informally. ; The Rev. Mr. Kelly will assume his duties as district superintendent of the sputhcentral district of the PenUcosUl Church in Little Bock, Oct. J. Mrs. Fields Honored ^At'Colonial Rooni Mrs.' John T. .Fields was presented miscellaneous ,layette gifts Tuesday night at the shower given in her honor in trie , Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Fred S. Saliba, Mrs O O Hardway and Mrs. LeRoy H ud- "'"'on-were.hostesses for the affair m which the color scheme of pink, blue and white was emphasized. Pink roses,- flanked by burning pink ;tapers, were placed In Ihe room,, with other bouquets In the chosen Shades completing the floral, decorations. Mrs. W. J. .Filzhug directed the evening's entertainment, with the games and contests all being In keeping with the layctle theme A gift, cotsage of asters wns presented Mrs. Fields after which she opened her assorted gifts. Party foods and drinks were served Ihe 24 guests attending. The hostesses were asslsled by Mclia Saliba and Martha Huildleston • * • 16 Attend Weiner Roast Given by ESA Sorority Approximately 16 members and witt 15 w Epsilon Sigma AI '' hi » >">''night with » wiener roast a" the nvej NEAT COVER-ALL Bits of News Misses Butomie jaggers and By Sue Burnett This practical bib style apron :omes In a \vide range of sizes, is easily put togelher. Handy pockets are finished wlth'gny cherries. Nice dea for baranrs. kitchen showers '(c. Pattern No. 8387 conies In sizes 36, 38, 40, n, 44, 4(i, -18, 50 and 52. Size 38. -K yards of 35 or 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents. n COINS, your name, address, size desired, and (lie PA'ITERN NUM- iEB to Sue Burnett, Courier News 30 Soulh Wells Street, Chicago 7, Ready for you nox— the new fall and Winter issue of FASHION. 48 pages of smart new styles, special interesting features, free pattern printed inside. Send 25 cents today for your copy. Mrs. Langston Is Guest With Weekly Bridge Club Mrs. cico Langston was guest yesterday afternoon with members of Club Eight, tor the weekly inrtting. Mrs. G. O. Pai-.tz was hostess at her home on Chlckasawb'a for' the affair. Mrs. Langslon was high scorer In ; the bridge game, with Mrs. H. G. Partlow winning second hlsh and Mrs. J. a. Sudbury. bridgo. RciretViincnu were served by the hostess Two Guests Attend High Two Meeting Two guests, Mrs. Harry Bradley and Mrs. Harvard Flu-man met la',t night with the High Two Club for the bi-monthly dessert bridge. Mis. Frank Seay wns hostess at her home on Pecan to the group. High score winner in the bridge game was Mrs. Fred Slcndman, with second high being won by Mrs Bradley. At The Hospitals Walls HnsplUI Mrs. j. E. Flowers and baby. Air Bnsc. • llamae Johnson were hostesses 'o* Ihe afinlt. ' " The guests gatv^.d a[ the Jag- Rers home preceding the wiener riast. Mr. and Mis. ixt Brothers announce the birth of their drat child, a son born Tuesday it Mlillngton Naval Hospital, Mlllington, Tenn. He lias .beta. named Michael Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Brother* >r« former Ulylhevfllc restdenU. Mrs. S. P. Lee Is spending several days ill Memphis. Milton L. Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morgan of Oosnell has arrived at Fort Rlley, Kan., where he Is undergoing training as an engineer. He enlisted In the Army Sept. 2. Mr, and Mrs. J. p. Friend have as their guests for several days, Mr, and Mrs. George Day and son, Allen, of Memphis. Mrs. C. A. Snllis. Mrs. Bill Kennedy and Miss Jenny Cole spent. yesterday in Memphis. Miss Belly Dodcls left (his morning for her home In Ncwbern. Tenn where she will visit lis filiesl of lici parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds Sr. Mrs, Sherwood Holthoff and son Arlln, of Hayward, Calif., arrived Monday night to visit as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King. Mrs. Holthoff ruid son will go to Memphis Sunday and Arlln will undergo surgery Monday al the Baptist Hospital. Robert U Henry, seaman recruit USN, of Route 1, Dyess. Ark Is undergoing recruit training »t Great Lakes, III. Otis L. While, seaman, USN of Caruthersville, is serving in the Far East aboard a heavy cruiser, which Is the flagship of the Seventh Fleet He entered the Navy |jj 1947. Cecil Wade Kemp, seaman recruit USN, of West Ridge, recently completed recruit, training al Ihe U S Naval Training Center. San Dtego CAllf. He entered Hie naval service In June, 1950. Before entering service, he attended West Ridge High School. Among the out o! town people In Hlytheville Tuesday for the funeral of Danny Buck, five year old son of Mr and ,VIrs. Harry Buck ol Ihe Half. Moon Community, were Mr and Mrs. M. E. Usher and sons' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Buck ol Corl 1 " s .,P' 1 i isli - Tex -: " vl » Smith, Mrs. L. Waldren and children of Finlon Mich.; Mr. and' Mrs. Cyril Owens] Mrs. ,1. R. Buck. Sam Buck Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Buck »nd son of Poplar Blurt; Mr. and Mrs. J R " »°/ L 'i tlC R ° Ck: Mrs ' Ma » rte , Mrs. Bonnie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvey Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cnrinack of Keiinelt,- Air M n S 'v L ' T ' *'"*• Mr ' " nti M "' . Buck, Mr. and Mrs. John C Buck of Senath; and Mr. »nd M rs ' barl Walker, Jr., of Porlageville Mo Mrs. W,, J. FIUhiiBh and Mrs I.croy Huddleslon were In West Memphis yesterday where they attended the nrea meeting o f the Mr and Mrs. R. A . Fades have returned lo their home after having spent three weeks In Mobile Ala ns guests of Ihclr son. R A Eartes' Jr.. r,no family. While there Mr' Katies vas a ])alicnt 'at the Mobile Infirmary. Mrs. E. L. Hale Is In Rlvershrad. UMIK island. N.Y.. visiting a, guest of her daughter. Miss Laura Hale M'.s. H-ile will return lo Blytheville In several days. Program Meeting Planned by Club "Safely and Education" will be the Iheme of Ihe program to be presented at the meeting of the Woman's Club Friday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at Ihc club house on West Main. Mrs. Bess Proctor of Little Reck will be the guest speaker. LOOK FRESH Every Day of the Year He yd groomed ami spotless- fresh f,,r business ,, r f,, r fllll -von H find it pays }>\ K dividends. Kexular dry deanin^ ;il C & \Y m () longs clolhes life and will'actually save you money. (' ; ,|| (; & W today. .'.-Km • jo« II appreciate onr prompt "co.irlcons .scrv C. & W. CLEANERS 300 S. Division M. C'. COOKK, ,IU. Dial 4343 Owntr & This well-troomed young woma carries a small brush in her •iur.se lo assist In keeping: her .i.iir always sleek and shiiiijie. Eighty Attend Initial Central P. T. A. Meeting Eighty members of the Central Ward Parent Teachers Association met yesterday at the Central school for the initial meeting of the 195051 school year. During the business session conducted by the pre.ident, Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. Earl Nail was elected vice president and Mrs. E. M. Hutl- rnnn, historian.' The group voted to allot money for Red Cross kits for the .school and also to purchase magazines for the teachers. Mrs. R, L. Dechnan presented plans for study In co-operation with other PTA groups after which Mrs. Alex Shelby presented the afternoon's program. "Know Your Parents and Teachers." The year's topic. ''Know The People and Purpose ol Your PTA" was presented. Miss Sunshine Swift, principal, Introduced new faculty members followed by an Introduction of room mothers by Mis. jack Chahiblln. They are Mrs. Chamblin and Mrs. I.. E. Clark; first grade; Mrs. Earl Nail. Mrs. Clyde Wilson and Mrs. J. R. Mead, second grade; Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann, third grade; Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Mrs. O. S. Croft'ell and Mrs. G. I. Byrd. fourth grade; Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. M. S. Yat«s. filth grade; Mrs. Alvln Hulfmar,, Jr.. and Mrs. Leonard Johnston sixth grade. The president's message was read by Mrs. Nail followed by a devotional presented by Mrs.' j., c. Ijowe. In the room count, prizes were presented the third and sixth grades for having the most mothers present. The Executive Board was :hosless for a. social hour fallowing adjournment. Party foods and Iced -drink} were served .from a refreshment table which was topped ,,with -a miniature school house, with dolls representing children playing on the lawn. Armorel GA Has Program Meeting The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of tr.e Armorel Baptist Church met Tuesday night at'the church for the Dixie Jackson offering and mission program. Peggy Boiirland opened the program. "Christ (or Arkansas," with a prayer and the devotional. Mrs. R. M. White offered a prayer for mission workers. Participants In the program discussions were Joyce White, Maxlne Webb, Oberla Webb and Jean Parish. The meeting of the 12 memhers was closed with sentence prayer. It requires about 150 tons of wa ler to make a ton of steel. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1950 Mrs. Patterson Hostess to WMU Mrs. N. C. Patterson was hostess Monday afternoon al her home for the all day Dixie Jackson State Mission* program of the Armorel WMU. . Mrs. W. L. Smith wns In charge of the program, .with the morning session open!"? with group singing and a devotional by Mrs. W. E, Edmondson. Participants In the morning session of the program, "Christ for Arkansas," were Mrs. Tom Kellick Mis. Henry Berry, Mrs. Ted Faught] Mrs. Ira Dickson, Mrs. G. c. Elliott and Mrs. Adrian Russell. . Prayers were offered by Mrs. Edmondson, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Berry and Mrs. S. H. Rebslock. A covered dish luncheon was served during (he noon hour followed by the opening of the afternoon session with a solo by Mrs Ray Downing. Mrs. Edmondson presented Hie devotional. Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Patterson, Mrs Hugh Dlxon, Mrs. Downing Mrs M. S. White, Mrs. W. o. Anderson, Mrs. Chiirles Brown. Mrs F a Garrison, Mrs. Pete Aslmiore and' Mrs. Frank May were participants m the afternoon program. I Mrs, Edmondson presented Hie closing meditation. j An olTcriivj for the state missions ™! '™ d L fo J!™ <: ?... b .y >"•»>•« by] and Mrs Loyalty Dinner Given at Church The annual Loyalty dinner of (he First Presbyterian Church honor- Ing new members, vas held last night at the church, witli 150 guests attending. Forty two have become members of the church since April Dahlias and scarlet zinnias were set at intervals along the tables from which dinner was served. The Rev. Harvey Kidd presented the evening's program, "The Vows of Church Membership." Osceola Group Has Meeting OSCEOLA. Sept, 21—The initial meeting of the Literary Department of the Osceola Progressive Club for the 1950-51 year was held Tuesday afternoon at the Progressive Club room with Mrs. W. A. Steed, chairmen, in charge of the program. Officers announced to serve for the year are Mrs. D. H. Blackwood. secretary;-Mrs. Ruth Swansey and Mrs. Harry Jones, telephone committee; Mrs. Blackwood and Mrs. O. W. Knight, year book chairmen. "Give Me Thy Vineyard" by Guy- Howard, was reviewed by Mrs. B. C. Bryant followed by a business session. The group agreed to purchase one of the four United Nations Hags to be placed In the Osceola schools. It- was announced that Mrs. D. Battle'Miilone of Memphis will be :he guest speaker for the Oct. JT ueeting. Hostesses lor the meeting were Mrs. John White, chairman, Mrs. V. G. Mann, Mrs. John Whitworth and Mrs. W. C. Hendrix. Autumn flowers were placed around the club room. An ice course was served by the hostesses. HOME-BODY—The slory of home-building, from log cabin lo ranch-type modern, is traced on (he white taftcta evening skirl of Geneva Tomlin.• The Washington, D. C., girl donned Ihe circular costume, designed by artist Chartcs Latshaw. while making her rounds as "Miss National Home Week." LUXORA NEWS C l>rlvei Mrs. Sue Al. Brown. Mrs. Elliott Williams and Mrs. E. R. Bogan at- leiued the monthly meeting of the U. D. C. last Wednesday in Bly- Iheville. Mr. Charles Corkran of Mein- plii; was a Luxora visitor last weekend. Mr. M.'C. cooke is on the local sick list this week. Mrs. Arthur Hadad of Vicksburg. Miss., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. A. George, Jr., and family. Mis Florence Rush is currently on a motor tour of the Dakolas and other Northern points with relatives from St. Louts. The party will be gone three weeks. Mrs. A. E. Beosley. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Stanford and Miss Diane Stanford, all of Lexington, Tenn., are house guests of Miss Margaret Moffitt this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Ford entertained their houseguest, Miss Opal Lee Ford of Los Angeles, with a dinner-dance party Saturday eve- ning at the Peabody Hotel In Memphis. Luxorans attending Included Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rozelle and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall. Mrs. Auten Chltwood and son are Visiting Mrs. Chitwood's. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Garner, in Harrison, Miss Joan Shanks left this week for Memphis where she will attend Southwestern University for the year. The Luxora Book Club met, Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. T. L. Stanford with fifteen members present, Mrs. T. D. Wilkihs, club president, presided over a business meeting, after which Mrs. Tom Callis gave a program on music appreciation. Included was a short biography on the life of the composer Tschaikowsky, and a recorded presentation of an album from The Nutcracker Suite played by , the Philharmonic Sj'niphony Orchestra. After the program, the hostess served a salad course. Mrs. G. A. George, Sr., entertained the W.S.C.S of .the First Methodist church at her home Tuesday with a buffet luncheon. Sixleen members and one guest were present. Vasts of mixed fail flowers Students Elect School Leaders Jackit Woodard, jean Montgomery, Peggy Uoyd, Belli Garrette, Jean Farley and Margie Gore hav« been elected by the student body of Burdette High School to serve as clieer leaders, tt was announced today. : In other Burdetle school activities. Sam Duncan was elected to serve as president o( the senior class. This will'be his third year to serve as class president. Others to serve are Bill Conn«, vice president; Jackey WoooaBf secretary and reporter, and Maxme Crossltno, treasurer. This Is the second year that Jackey Woodard h»i served as class secretary and reporter. R. C. TenneysoH has been chosen as class sponsor. ' f - were used as decorations throughout the house. Mrs. Fred George and Mrs. Woochow Fordeecey assisted the hostess in serving, Mrs, C. B. Thomas was In charge of the program following the luncheon, highlighted by a talk by the pastor, the Rev. H. L. Robison. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers or [a!« teeth baTc simereti real embarrassment becaus* inelr plate dropped, slipped or wobbled al Just the wrong time Do not Uv« in tear or this happening to you Jus* sprinkle a little FASTEETH. the Hk». line (non-acid] powder, on your plates Holds lalse teeth more ilrmjy. «o they- leel more comfortable. Does not >our Checks "pjate odor 11 (denture breath}" (Jel FASTEETH at any drug itore. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Joint PTA meeting of Osceola jroups to be held at the Osceola *"igh School at 8 p.m. Friday Initial meeting of Woman's Club at club house on West Main at 2:30 p.m. Executive Board meets at 2 .m. Mrs. Bess Proctor of Little Rock will be guest speaker. Saturday Miss Barbara Child becomes bride of Edwin Louis Bach in ceremony at limmaculate Conception Church at 9 a.m. H you're a business girl lliis smart liir'lwuiiit dross will be as indispensable l<> you as IhiU mid-morning cup of collce. Halaiicctl line . . . ruuiiacy of drliiil - • • conspicuous lai-k of clutter .. . gorgeous velvet- soil Juillianl fcnllirroy i" viliralinR i cotois. C;okl, Heel, Jade Green, ( Carrol, Yearling. S./M101S $".95 Fnunil only at sill's in Ulytlicvillc 1 '•**>•'\i>' ; ' ' Whitsitt's 'Because You Like Smart Things' Attention Ladies WE HAVE FOR SALE NOWi Darwin Tulips in 7 different colcrs. Narcissus—Yellow and White. Daffodils—King Alfred and Golden Harvest. Galanthus Snow Drops. / Scilla—Campanulata. Crocus. Chionodoxa Luciliia*. Madonna Lily. Hyacinths in different colors. These are the choicest of btllbs. Imported direct to us from Holland. Come in and make your selections now while we have complcU stock. r 114 Kasl Main PAUL BYRUM Hardware and Seedi Blytheville, Ark. United States Marine Band Will appear for two performance! American Legion Auditorium Blytheville, Arkansas Tuesday, Oct. 17th Under the auspices of Jhe Blytheville Courier News and th« Blytheville High School Band All profits will be given to the Blytheville High School Band. Admission: Matinee 2:30 P,M. School Children 50c, Fed. Tax 10—Tolal 60e (icncral Admission Sl.flO, Kcd. Tax 20c—Tolal $1.20 Night Performance 8:15 P.M. Reserved Seals §2.00, Fed. Tax 40c—Total $2.40 General Admission SI.50, Fed. Tax 30c—Total $1.SO Note: There are only 500 reserved seats. MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW Mail Check to Courier News, Blytheville, Ark. Listen lo KLCN ml l«:10 1.1 •nd 4:00 p.m. Dailj for our pre• cram announcements. Bo* Office Openi at ,1:11' | Show Starts 2:M p.m. Contlnuom. Snowinj Everyday Thursday & Friday JVDV GARLAND GENE KELLY 'Summer Stock Paramount News & Selected Shorts 11 GEM "AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Thursday & Friday ALAN LADD *l *l CAREY WANDA HENDRIX —PUJS— I* * I* * * Saturday Natl. Kids Day FREE All Cartoon Show Sal. Morning 9:00 A.M. 2 Complete Shows Sponsored fay Kiwanis Club and Gem Theatre SERVICES Kemp Whiscnhunt & Co. Hard- • Sand & wood • J.ay Hardwood Flooring • Asphalt Tile Call m today for » free estimate. \Ve jive yon prompt, cnnrlzous service. Easy F»A Payments. Come In Todaj. Kemp Whisenhunt&Co t«S R. Main Phone 4469

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