The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 25, 1952
Page 2
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Pat MuJlint, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bill E. Bracey To Claim Bride In December Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dempsey White of Marion have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mls« Anna Belle White to Lt. Bill Eugene Bracey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brncey of Blythevllle. A graduate of Marlon High School, the bride-elect will receive her degree In February from the University of Arkansas at Fayette- vllle. At the l/nlversity, she Is president of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority, a member ol the Mortar Board, senior women's leadership society; and chairman of (he Associated Women Students Judicial Board. She is vice- president of the Home Economics Club and was chosen 7/Uerfraternity Pledge Sweetheart. 1851 Qaebale Queen, and an honorary cadet colonel of the Air Force ROTO. Lieutenant Bracey was graduated from. Blytheville High School and received his degree In business administration froin the University of Arkansas, where he was a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity He is now serving In the Air Force stationed at Spence Field, Moultrle Oa. A late ' December wedding is planned by the couple. Party Is Given For 2-Year-Old :Jack Finley Robinson, Jr.. 'celebrated his second birthday Thursday ;»t the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson, on Hearn Street. A Halloween theme was carried out fn al! the decorations. Balloons and other favors were pi esented to the 15 little guests. Individually Iced and decorated cakes were served with ice crenm. Marriage Licenses The following couple has'obtained • marriage license from the office of the county clerk, Mrs.-Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Richard Hardin and Dorothy Jean Lott, both of Armorel. Blouses For You Or Gifts Charlotte Abbott Honored at Party Charlotte Abbott was complimented yesterday nt the Rustic inn oy her mother, Mrs. Charles E. Abbott, when she celebrated her fifth birthday. ,.-'•• Eleven of her friends Vere invited, and special guests were her .... _...., o. ... ^. „„,;„ , mrs grandmother^ Mrs. .C. M. /Abbott, J. D. Bnrksdnlc, Mrs. R. E. Dlay- lock. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. Barney By Sue Buinett If you find you need a new blouse or two to wear with your winter suit, here's the perfect solution. Three charming blouses all in one patern—each one a delight to eew. Wonderful gift Idea, tool Pattern No. 8789 is a sew-rlle perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14,16, 18, 30; 40, 42. Size 14, bow blouse. 2VS yards of 39-inch; collared style, 2',4 yards; lace-trimmed, 2 yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 37 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. Tlite new issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for n new season; gilt patera printed Inside the book. 25c. BRIDE- ELECT— Miss A n n a U e 11 e White of Jlar- i o n is • t h e bride - clecl of Lt. Bill Eugene Bracey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B r a coy of Blythe- vilie, it w a s announced by her parents, Mr. and M r s. Carl Dempsey White of Marion. A December wedding is planned by the couple. Bits of News ! Woman's Club Holds Meeting A regular meeting of the Dlythe- ville Woman's Club was held yesterday nt (he club house with a film OIK"Americanism, Your Government." which Is to be the theme for the coming year. The film was shown by Mrs. Helen Cnrr. A short business session iras presided over by Mrs. c. A. Tant. president. Reports by the district president, Mrs. F. O. Gulnn of OsreoJn, were given. On the years' programs, Americanism has been chosen the theme for the Federated Woman's Clubs. Mrs. R. H. Jones, Osceoln president, tnlkcd on "Religious. Patriotic, nnd Literary Aspiration." Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb wtis progrum leader nnd Introduced 15 charter members of the Blythevl'y* club, who upoke on the origin nnd first years of the club. Including its struggles to gel the club house and activities ol social, educational and civic nature, nnd of other undertakings. During the social hour, a tea was held, as Mrs. Kendall Berry presided at the table, which was overlaid with green organdy cloth. An epergnc holding miniature white mums formed the centerpiece. The green nntl white club colors were also carried out in other decorn- tlons, During the social hour, Mrs. George M. Lee, nn active charter member, wns guest of honor, and the group sang "Happy Illrtlutny" for her. • Out-ol-town guesls for the occasion Included Mrs. G. E. Lloyd, Mrs. Joiies, Mrs. E. s. Shlppen, Mrs. J. S. Rogers, all of Osceola, Mrs. L. Ciarvin of Rus'ton. La., nnd Mrs. Laura Mlers of Snoknne Wash.., ,. •••.'••.:., Hostesses Included Mrs. L. E Baker, Mrs. H. O. Bush. Mrs. C. M. Gray, Mrs. R. c. Allen, Mrs. and her aunt, Mrs. Uthn Barnes. Halloween decorations were used nnd fnvors of Halloween baskets filled with cnndles were given each guest. In the party games, Jenn Anne Crook won a prize. After the honorce . opened her gifts, birthday cake and ice cream were served. La Finesse Club Has Bridge Party Mrs. J. M. Wlllinms, Jr., wns hostess yesterday, to members of her bridge club. La Finesse, with dessert bridge, nt Blythevllle Country Club. Guests other thnn club members included Mrs. Jnmes Rogers, Mrs. Johnson Blackwell and Mrs. Johnny White. Pink carnations in bud vases were used on the individual tables, nnd pink tallies further carried out the color motif. Mrs. White won guest high score and brldgo, Mrs. Jnck Webb won club high score, and Mrs. Mnson Day, Jr., won second high club score. Member Is Hostess To Bridge Club Mrs. Frank Seay tras hostess Thursday to members of the GEO Bridge Club at her home, wehn five guests were Invited to piny bridge *ith club members. Guests Included Mrs. Sam Reddick, Mrs. Robert McOrnw, Mrs. Forrest Moore, Mrs. Floyd Seay, nnd &» s . W. H. O'Kccfe. Bronze chrysanthemums were used'In decoration of the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Reddtck and Mrs. O'Kcefe ivon first nnd second places, with traveling prize going to Mrs. J c. Ellis and bridgo to Mrs. Joe McHaney. ' Free Dinner I •not.., ••rr but for sure f 0 |)^ moons SAVINGS FOR YOU AT Klip THIS DATE OPEN Crook. Mrs. O. L. McWntcrs, Jr Mrs. T. I. seny, Mrs. Hugh Whtt- fllt. Mrs. R. A. Carey and Mrs Joe B. Evans. .Three new members, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Carcj-.-and Mrs. Byron Moore, were offlctnjly introduced yesterday. Mrs. c. A. Tant was hostess nt n 12:30 p.m. luncheon for members of the executive bonrd and out-of- town guests nt her Arkansas Chop Suey Cottage. A foliage centerpiece wns used nn the brightly colored table cloth, Jack-o-lanterns were also Used in the decoration. Mrs. G. W. Dilln- hnnty offered prayer. Mrs. Lee, who was celebrating her birthday, was guest of honor. Among others attending the football game at Little Rock between Arkansas and Ole Iss ore Mr. and Mrs. Hnrrj' A. Halncs, Bdsel Harbor Charles Moore, Dryte Layson am J. T. Sudbury. Mr. end Mrs. J. M, Williams. Jr arc spending today in Memphis. Judge and Mrs. W. Leon smith were called to Holly Springs, Miss, yesterday because of the death ol his cousin, Dean Velk. They returned Inst nlBhu Edwin VVcedman Is In Little Rock today for the Arkansas-Ole Misi football game. Mr. and Mis. Fred Snliba and Mr. and Mrs. Rene George left this morning for Little Hock where they, will attciut the Arkansas-Ole Miss game. Mrs. O. W. Forrest is confined to lier home, but Is reported to be improved. Birthday Party Given At Home James Lloyd Tolbert, son ol Mr ami Mrs. Bud Tolbert was eight years old Thursday. A party for 28 guests was given at the Tolberl home by his mother, when 28 guests spent the afternoon playing party games. Favors of balloons, horns, sn<l hats were presented. After the honoree opened his assorted gifts, pink and blue Iced birthday cake was served with ice cream. Mrs. Paul Boswell assisted In serving the guests. TIE Club Honored By Mrs. Scrapes Mrs. OUo Scrape enterfnlncd members of the TLE club at, her home Thursday when two guests played bridge .with members. Mrs. Bill Hodge nnd Mrs. M. J. Kochlcr were guests. ' Roses provided the living-' room bouquets. A dessert' course was served. . • . Mis. T. p. Scrape won first place ind Mrs. Koehlcr won second. Brldgo went to Mrs. Hodge. Troop Three Has Wiener Roast Mrs. Vlclor Mallory. Mri. Gerald Wheeler and Mrs. Clyde Bunch were hostesses Thursday afternoon :o members of Troop Three of the Brownies and their mothers on the Mallory lawn,- for n wiener roast. Streamers and balloons of orange. nnd black, Jnck-o-lanterns, anrt other Halloween decoratolns were Jsert on the picnic tables and the lawn. ' Armorel YWA Meets With Counselor Members of the Armorel Young Women's Association of the Bap- ist Church met'Thursday night at lie home of Mrs. Weldon McCann :or n program. Dcvotionnl and prayer were given by Mrs. McCann. Others taking )arls were Mis Eva Alsup, Miss Joyce Bowling, Miss Bobbie Hudon, Miss Margaret Alsup, Miss Joy 'arrish nnd Miss 'Martha Tart. Singing To Be Held The Pcmlscot County singing Convention will hold its monthly >lng!ng at Tyler, Mo., tomorrow icginntng nt 1 p.m. The Mnson- Inll Quartette will be the special lingers. BRONCO; BIB7E& f t(HCB 8"- * edmicolor SATURDAY ONLY! Plus A Cartoon Carnival A UNIVtRSAl-lNIERNAriONAL PICTURE Five Full Length Cartoons Also Serinl: Ulack Hawk —- SUNDAY & MONDAY • Irs THE UPROARIOUS STORY OF THE &i WHO TOOK HIS PET LION ALONG WHEN HE JOINED THE ARMY! Paramount News—Cartoon—-Noveltv Reel RITZ GUESTS Mr. nnd Mrs. I&oyd Tomlison and family Mr. and Mrs. Tim Estcs and family Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pat ton and family Mr. and Mrs. Claude Alexander and familv •AtmtBAY, OCT. «J, 193t Beauty Achieved With Hois and G/oises Correctly Used Hals and glasses combine for distinctive beauty. Plastic glass frames without (rim are most suitable for housework and active sports. Choose those with outer edges turned up to jive youthful lift to your face (above left). For more formal daytime wear, new half-and-half glasses become many women. I-ower half is rimmed in gold while uppers jive upsweep to brow contour (center). For evening glamor pastels or gaily glittering frames are a good choice (right). Notice lhat all hats are well off tbe forehead, reveal the hair for softness, and do not enclose the face or parallel the line of the frames at sides If you wear (lajse*, bear these points in mind when choosing hats. Crepe Gives Balance to Wardrobe By NEA Woman's Editor NEW YORK— (NEA)—Fluid softness of line, having gained a general fashion acceptance, is at its very best In the many new daytime crepes. As a welcome change from the tailored .severity .ol a suit, these new crepes-; offer flattering femlnlrity: They take to gentle, lady-like accessories: the soft kid pump; the curving, feathered hat, the longer glove and the pretty suede bag. They fit Into many wardrobes! a fact not true of all fashions. They are right for the dressy days In the -Al Walls Hospital Dismissed: , Joan Turner, Osceola Richard Conway, Steele Glenn Cnrson, city Kntherine Douglas, Forty Eight lire of a housewife. They meet numerous occasions and meet them well for the career girl, the college girl, the woman who combines a Job with home-making. We show (left) a subtly-draped rayon-nnd-acetate crepe with high surplice neckline and slim sleeves. Cummerbund is in the same'satin used to make the buttons and to bind the neck. A second dress In the same fnb- rlc (right) gntns surface interest through its all-over lucking. Velvet is used for small, pointed collar and for ribbon that runs under tucks at the hipline, creating the iow- waistltne look. Broken china can be salvaged to make decorative boxes for the dressing table. Just shatter the broken pieces into still smaller units. Then glue the bits to either a wooden or cardboard box, using various colors Finish by applying shellac over the whole surface. Coming Events • Monday Euzelian Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at 713 Pecan at the home of Mrs. H. E. Hayes. Workshop for united Council of Church Women begins at 10:30 a.m. at First Methodist Church. Seven circles of the First Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union meet as follows: circle One with Mrs. J. W. Rayder at 1101 Holly at. 2:30 'p.m.; Circle Two with Mrs. W. W. Mitchell at 1320 Chlckasawba at 2:30 p.m.; circle Three with Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Sr., at 1123 Walnut at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Four with Mrs. Forrest Moore at 2420 Rose at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Five with Mrs. W. M. Williams at 1306 West Main at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Six with Mrs. R. E. Blaylock at 630 West Ash at 2:30 p.m.; and Circle Seven with Mrs. c. E. Johnson at 520 Chicfcasawba at 2:30 p.m. MKs Loilnell Overman Is hostess to members of the Young Women's Auxiliary (19-24) of the First Baptist Church at her home. Dolly Hiett Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church meets at the church. Trinity Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union has two circle meetings. Circle One with Mrs. R W. Woolen at 638 Lake and circle j Two with Mrs. E. B. Lovell at 705 Uly »t 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has politick supper and i ^odej meeting at^the home of Mrs. Jimmy Edwards at'8 p.m. * "*" Country club Duplicate Bridge League has weekly game. La Petiie Club meets at the home of Mrs. Phil Robinson. BSW Samba Club has meeting at the home of Mrs. John Scott. Mrs. Russell Simpson and Miss Mary Noe entertain the N. N. Bridge Club at Mrs. Simpson's home. Mrs. Gene Teaford Is hostess to members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club. * Wednesday Mrs. E. J. Cure Is hostess to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club Mrs. G. o. Poctz is hostess at the home of Mrs. Charles Langston to members of Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. T. H. Caraway entertains members of [he GEO Club. ^ Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Jerome arid Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Halsell are hosts and hostesses for dinner and bridge at the Dixie Pig for members of the La Nueve Bridge club and their husbands. Mrs. P. D. Foster entertains members of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. R. D. Hughes is hostess to the Thursday Bridge club. T. L. E. Club plays at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson.. Mrs. W. L. Homer Is hostess to members of the Mid-Week Club Thursday Rook Club plays at tha home of Mrs. T. w. Goforth. Duplicate Bridge League plays at the Hotel Noble. I DIDN'T KNOW... .. . ur.til my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIBR classified ads. I know now! I always read them/ Ad* ploctd bctor* 9 a.m. will appear *am« day All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS gul OPEN 'till 9 P.M. Each Night Halsell & White • Furn. & Appl. Co. Phone 6096 Main * Division Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission Me & 39c SATURDAY <*• SEK1AL: The Cartoon SUN - MOiN Double Feature '* (

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