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, FOOT tit MttUiu, Society BI/YTHEVTUJ5 (ARK.)' COUNTER NEWS Mamie Eisenhower To Give Lift To Fashion Industry This Year Mrs. Lynch Hostes To Club Members Mr* B, A Lynch entertained yesterday nrrth > luncheon and an alt- emoon of bride* for members And (UMtj of the Mid-Week Club. Th* long luncheon table w«j centered .with t targe b*sket filled with mixed fruits, providing a theme of Thauilrjftvlnff,; and chrysanthemums «er* need In other entertaining room*. Ur». Ed Dkks w» a guest of her club members. Winners for the afternoon »ere Mrs. Cec(l Shane, »hp took top hoil- on.aJhdMri. Harry W. Kalnes, who woh second place. Election Is Held By Missco Club Members at the Mississippi County Rome Economist Club met last night for a dinner meeting and election of officers at the Hotel Noble. Officers elected »ere Mrs. Helen Carr of BlytlwvIUe, president; Mrs Betty Day of Blythevllle, vice president; Miss Virginia Bowen of Blythevllle, secretary; and Mrs &>bu Williams of Osceola, treasurer. Mrs. Carr presided over the business Msftlon, and plans were made for the Christmas party. Canasta and bridge provided the evening's entertainment Guests included ICUs Esther Tipp of Ironton, Mo, and , Miss Marty Gordon of Wateut Ridge. '- Kibitzer.Club Meets in Steele Mn Charles Affllck.waA hcetess at her home In Gteele yesterday to members of the Kibitzer Club, -when two »u«st« were invited to play with members. r ,• , Included guests were Mrs John Hudson, who is the guest of her parent*, Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Woodaon, •nd Mra, ^r. M Jontz. , , Providing * theme for the party, arrangtments'of mixed frulu were placed at Intenrah. Mrs Hudson won first place in ' the.aJtemoon'a bridge game, with •econd going to Mrs. J. M Williama, Jr. A desaert course was aened by the hottea*. Playtime Pal 8764 30- By Sue Burnett Ai cute u a button and practi- tally, life-s soft stuffed doll that measures 30 Inches, Is dressed In a dainty dress, nnd has adora " , s aorable yarn "pigtail*. .She can wear cajt- offt from a two-year old. Pattern No. 87W Is a sew-rlte per- lorated pattern In one size 30 Inches Consult pattern for exact require' ments. Tor'; lhl« pattern, send 30c in COIN'S, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, 375 Qulncy 6t, Chicago 8, 111. Ready, for you now— Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new Issue ii filled, with ideas lor smart practical ' sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed Inside the book, 2Sc. MEMPHIS STATE MAID OF COTTON — Miss Charley Ruth Blankenshlp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs U. 3, Blnnkeiishlp o< Dell, and a student at Memphis State College, was chosen last, night over a group of H entries to reprewrtt her school Iri the Maid of Cotton Contest In late December. MLw Blankenshlp, who was sponsored by her social sorority, Alpha Gamma Delta, l« a Junior, she was queen of Dell High School in 1B50, Miss Blythevllle of 1951, and Is editor o'f her sorority paper. ' ' Luncheon Given At Country Club Mr». O. W. McCutcheon was hostess to member* of the Thursday Contract Club when she entertained st BlythevIHe Country-Club Tor the luncheon, a Thanksgiving theme was used, featuring an arrangement of mixed trulls' Pall flower; were s used throughout \the entertaining rooms -\ Mr?, Clie«t*r Caldwell ,won" l&st placft.in the bridge gnme conducted during the afternoon. Second place went to Mrs. Edgar Borum Central PTA Has Meeting Members of Central Parent- Teachers Association met at the school Wednesday afternoons JVfrs Oscar Fendler read the president's mesagf, and Mrs. William Fitzhugh gave the devotional before Miss Winnie Turner, guest speaker was Introduced by Mrs Lloyd Stlck- mon, Hostesses Included the*fifth grade mothers. ' ^ i Two Guests Meet With Bridge Club Mrs Marvin Robinson and Mrs Pattl Knight of Stlmar, Tenn, who Is the guest of Mr and Mrs. Russell Phillip*, were guests of Mrs. O. W. Affllck yesterday afternoon, nhen she entertained members of the Thursday Club A two-course luncheon wai served by the hoetess from the dining room table, »hlch was centered \\lth a bouquet of mixed, chrysanthemums Mrs. Phillips won first plnce in Iho bridge game, with second going to Mr«. J. A. Leech. Club Plays Rook In Members Home Mrs E B chltwood entertained members of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday at her home, when all members attended. Mrs Neville Blakemore won first place ftith second high going to Mn W B. Ma>o Rooko »as won by Mrs. Lonnle Boydston. Iced drinks and sandwiches were served after:.the games. Dessert-Bridge Given in Home A dessert-bridge was given at the home ol Mrs Harold Davis jester- day, when she entertained members of the GEO club, and guests, j .• Mrs.'Randal Hawks and Mrs. Sam Reddlck were non-club "members who attended. Mrs. Hawks won first place In the bridge, played during the- afternoon, with second going to Miss Ver» Goodrich and btlrfgo to Miss Jetty Huffman. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Election Is Held By Bridge League A ma^terpolnt game wa-j pi a jet following elections of officers bj the Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge League last night at a meeting In Hotel Noble ' Officers elected Included Mrs B A. Lynch, president; Mrs. O. W McCutchen, vice president; and Miss Willie Nebhut, secretary and treasurer. Outgoing officers are Jim Roleson. Harry W. Halnes and Mrs Prank Grigshy The bridge game which followed Vfas " a' slit-table Howell movement With first place going to Mrs. O. W McCulchen and Mrs. Foy Etchle son, second to ,Mrs Joe Dillahunty and Miss Willie Nebhut, and third to Mrs R p Ktrshner and Mrs W A Afflick. Points for fourth place resulted in a tie between Mrs o. W. Af- fllck and o S Cro,\ell and Mrs Matt Monnghan and Mrs. joe Ferguson, Mrs. Hodge Hostess To Bridge Club Members of the TLE Bridge Club met nt the home of Mrs. Bill Hod; for n weekly bridge party last night Providing the decoration for th entertaining rooms were bronze am gold chrysanthemums. Mrs, J. F. Scrapes won first plac In Ihe bridge, with second going ic Mrs. Otto Scr'apes. nnd bridge tc Mrs.-Herman Turner. A snlad course was served by thi hostess. HUM « TWO n«« StJoseph FRIDAY', NOV. «, 195* By DOBOTHT BOB LMAcUt«4 Prew Women'. Editor Mamie Elsenhower is expected p give a lift W the fashion Indus- Business Is p»pping down In the tfversu ol New .York's Seventh Lvenue this week, >s buyers by ne thousands crowd - into show- oom* to order next spring's fash- ons; a new spirit ol optimism is pparent among the manufaclur- rs, and first reports show a solid ncrease in orders for spring mer- handlse throughout the country. ^Women's Wear Dally, the "buy- r's bible," predicts a rosy future or the fashion business as the re- ult of "a first lady who also Is real Influence In . the (ashlon world." Certain It Is that the next first ady knows her frocks and hats, and usei her own good ta"te In electing them. Her wardrobe Is made up of both Trench and Amer- can models, and she Is as likely o buy a dress she likes (or »50 is she Is to order an exclusive :ustom-made one. What pleases he moguls ol the nation's 11 billion lollar fashion industry Is that Mrs., Elsenhower can be counted on to vear either with an air, { ' ,The millions who cheered Mamie urlng Ihe campaign tour noted bat she always was well groomed, n simple little suits or dresses f good lines and flattering cut, hat her hnts were right and her loves spotless, that she managed o achieve that Ideal state of look- ng "veil-hung together." , At tonight's gala Ian ball,! at'the 'Uza Hotel, New York society will [et * close-up view of the next rst lady, • honorary chairman, fchose gown for the event may be expected to set the trend for the season's formal wear. For everyday wear Mrs Elsen- hower has a preference for fern-] nine lines, lull skirt's,'fitted bo-' dices and flattering necklines. She s a petite size 12, looks younger than her; 58 years, and has been described as "that rare pheno menon,, a grandmother who looks wonderful In a strapless dress." One New York .designer, from whose -line-Mrs. Elsenhower se-. ecfed .a number of outfits at. the start o( the campaign,; describes j icr as "a designer's dream, who 1 has a divine figure, loves clothes and knows'how to wear ^thcm." I The riext Ilrst lady Is not a spendthrift. She;Is a canny :shop- 3er, and gets her money's worth She 'Is said to have-decided that Paris clothes were too • expensive for 'a rwhole wardrobe,. and :that she could lind things Just ns fluttering and far less; costly back In the good old USA. Mamie Elsenhower Bits of News Rfeyival Meeting. Begins Sunday.*-^ A revival meeting will be held £it Walnut Grive Assembly Church beginning Sunday evening Location of the church Ss three mllej south west of Manila. The Rev. J. M. Gooch, evangelist, will deliver the evening messages throughout the week. > C. Ij. Bennett and: E. M. Holt returned jestcrday from Little Rock, where they attended the Grand Lodged of Masonic Order o! Arkansas. R, E. Blaylock, who also attended the meeting, remalnee until today. Mrs U. S. BlanV.enshtp and Mrs A. B Coldwell were In Memphis last night for the Memphis SUt Mald,.'of Cotton : Contest. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halne^ «rc spending today In Memphis. Mrs. Louis Pinion will leave to night for Lenolr City, Tenn, t< visit.her sister, Mrs. M. E. Stevens and Mr. Stevens, and her mother Mrs. M. W, Williamson throughoi the Thanksgivisg holidays. She wil also visit relatives - In Meridian Miss., before she .returns. Mrs. j. J. :Bunting ol Houston Tex., is the guest of her mother Mrs. w; I. Deriton. Mrs C. W. Affllck U spending the day In Memphis Mr. and Mrs. William O. Boom nnd-children have as their guest: for the week end Mr. Bonne's Bro fhnr, Davul Boone, and family o Greenwood, Miss. Mr.-and Mrs. Bill Mcclure.ani son have moved to St. Louis when they:will make their home. Mr. Me Clure has been there.several weeks and,Mrs: HcOlure and son wilVjoin him' today. • * County Singing Set For Sunday" A monthly singing convention for members of the Pemlscot County. Singing Convention will'be held Sunday it the High school Gym- H "Imust deliver my baby myself!' Her husband missing—or dead—her right arm useless, her lee broken, she faced the long Alaskan winter and childbirth—alone! Yet de- apitetheoverwhelmingodds, she vowed, "/ Will Live and Have My Bat>y!"Herc \s the heroic true sfojvy of Martha Martin. Read it in the new December Ladies' Homo Journal . . . on your news- standtoday! Only about two per cent of nhea flour milled In the United States i whole wheat. nasium in Cooler. The program, which will feahir the Gospel Aires Quartette fro: Marlon, 111, will begin at 1 pm Dor/I Ruin Today! withJUid Indigestion Gas, heartburn, L sou stomach'can make i seem dark 1 •- n ""JBlopmr— unltsiyo, l^r "k^a lip from «i!!ion ; J*/ of Amcric.nj. Al»«r: , .. ^-/ c»rry Turns, luileat lo 2 delirimW Tarns after atttli or »htn ever scomach distress occurs. Almost instantly, Turn* aeutralir«'«xcess acid Contain no halting scxia or older «ter ioluble alkali to over-allcaliie or causi acid rebound. Nn militia, no wate net.lcd Take anywhere. Yo. nrr* kno^ when acid mdtjreaaoo will stnkc Carry Tum5 arway^. G«x • roll «xla.y CW,KV_3. W p^_ n»a ro* rm T MEET SANTA IN PERSON Coming Soon OU W. hwm^f wi k« rt9kt Ur. in your town f or tw» wW« d.yv— Hm i» com* in «nd >•« kim. H« wl k*v» • «iff forHM \MM WATCH FOR »ATI Sears Roebuck and Co. Catalog Sales Offi-e Btythtvillc, Ark. ^FRYERS NOW AVAILABLE! res. Mrs. Housewife, STEED'S Famous Siipevclean FRYERS »r« B«w available in Blythevllle and surrounrlins territory. They're SUFERCLM.V, n« feaUiers, no pin feathers, and above all they're not yellow . [. . they're ALL WHITE! Tht. yellow cuticle is removed, 'making them while; most chickens are yellow until they ire processed in this manner. Chickens aren't ;'jost chtclens" anymore; they'hav* Indh Ictoalilr. J Ask yuor grocer (or STEED'S Fryers anil s« how very good a chicken can really he. YOJH deserve the best; j ' STEEDS POULTRY FARMS JUDSONIAJARK. LUXORA • t i •r MES. c. c. Mrs. T. L. Stanford entertained :ond»y night at her home with a Inner party for 13 guests: Bridge as played following the meal, [th Mrs. Elliott Bartaln, Jr., and 4rs. G. C. Driver, Jr., as ' prize Inners. ' ' Mrs. Sheldon ' Lending and son, lev[e/of St. Louis, are', the house- uests of her parent*, Mr. ; and Mn; . Llverant. W. p. Terry of Smackover was a. ecent-guest here of his mothsr, Irs, Anna Terry, and other rela- ves. Mr. and Mrs A B RoMle en- ertalned I their two-table'- bridge lub at their country home:Satur- ay night with a dinner party. Mr. nd Mrs Bowen Thompson were uests for the evening. Game prizes ere won by Mr. and Mrs. John orri. Twelve members of the. Luxora High School Senior Class attended te Senior .Day held at Arkansas tate College, ' Saturday,.'/Coach Charles Johnson and' sponsor G. C, Driver accompanied the group, •ho were guests of the college at football game that,night between tate.arid Kansas State Teachers Mrs. T. D. VVillciris returned home ast week from the Memphis Bap- Ist Hospital where she was a pa- lent lor several days. The Phebean Sunday School Class ^f the First Baptist Church leld a social at'the church Thurs- lay night, with 12 members pres- nt. Officers installed by Mrs. Paul Hayes, who presented each with a iarvest corsage, Included Mrs. Alen McRae, president; Miss''Oret- hen Barnes and.Mrs. .J. M. Baron, vice-presidents; Miss ' Emma Lee Kennamer, secretary; arid Mrs Ray Olive, treasurer A specla guest for the • occasion was Mrs Harold .White,-who was presented t gift. Jimmy Ramey of Chicago Is-vis- ting hs grandparents,:Mr. and Mrs W. C. Howard; at their country lome for several weeks. G. C. Driver, Jr, was s Little Roclc business visitor Tuesday. The American .Legion Auxiliary neld its monthly meeting at ihe Hut -Thursday - night, with : Mrs erald . Chafin, president, entertaining Appointed to yearly com mlttee chairmanships were Mrs. J W. Lynch, membership; Mrs. G. C Petty, . child .welfare; Mrs. John Kile, poppy; and-Mrs.-. Allen-Me Rae, finance. , L > The Luxora Parent-Teachers As socialion held Its monthly 'meet- ng at the school 'cafeteria las Wednesday .afternoon with.48 mem r§ «!«J . - g the program wu t talk and ecording pre«nt»d by Dr. Joe ughes of Osceola on the subject an, eye-screening program, and film on Child Ca"r« and Devel- ,iment,> presented .by Mrs' Rayond Pate of the school Home conomics department. Plans were afie, under: the ; direction of Mrs: '. C. Howard, for the organlza- in's annual Thanksgiving Bake lie, lo he held Nov. 26. Attend- ice prises were won by the .elfth grade In the high school vision, and a tie between three ades In the elementary dhlslon. The Pidells Class of the Baptist unday School had a party ai the hurch Friday night A short busi- ess meeting was .presided over by Irs'Charles Howard, when plans ere made for the Christmas party The devotional was led by the acher, Mrs C 'B Wood, Sr. After social hour, a dessert course was rved to the nine members preset A specla) guest, Mrs Harold Vhite, was presented a going-away Mhs Betty Mifflln of Vanndale as the guest here o( her mother, •rs J. I. Mifflln, last week end Steed's Famous Super-clean Fryers are distributed in (his area by— NUNN PROVISION CO. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission 14c & 39c FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature WILD BILL ELLIOTT SERIAL: The Zambies Also Carioon SUN - MON ' Double Feature THIS WOMAN is DANGEROUS : A WNINU BROS. PICTURE FwThrs Chilstmu • And * Lifetime .... MORE FAMILfES BUY WORLD BOOK Th»n Any Other- ENCYCLOPEDIA Htlp J««T thlldrtn win swc«m J«st SI9 rtown ain* $6 a rnonlh brings H'ortK Book into your (Mi BU It Is estimated that among peo- !e of the United states who have ien been married, about one out f nine has lost his spouse by. eath RlylkerUk HoqpiUl DlnhJcsed: . . Norman Bell. Armorel . > Walk BMplril Dismissed: Joyce Mlnjard, City Calvin Walton, Haytl Mrs. Geneva pisher and baby. ' Valuable Performer PROVIDENCE, R. I. (/f) — Th« value of Paul Gladu of the Providence Reds of the American Hockey League to his team is best shown by his almost equal ability to aet up teammates for goals as In tally. Ing himself. At ihe start of thiV season, Gladu'« lifetime AHL re«- ord «at 208 goals and 3Q1 assists. COLDS MISERIES?' WHY DON T YOU TRY 666 LAST TIMES TODAY DONT MISS! ADMISSION: 75c 25c Matinee & Night SHOWS AT: 2-.00 — 4:19 — 6:38 — 8:57 SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature! Cripple Creek I'lURCEYt 1 TO SEE IT r] Serial: The Black Hawk ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY & MdNDAY SPECTACLE-FILLED ADVENTURE! Paramount News & Selected Shorts "Uncle DonalcTs Anla" & "Fly Thru The Air" RITZ GUESTS Miss Kula Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bishop and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Uey and.family / Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray

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