The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 9, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 9, 1952
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MOT FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor ! Bits of News KAIXKOW OFFICEHS- PresltlfMg officers nf a meeting h?ld Inst mpht by Ofcc-ola and Hlythoville Assemblies are (Ir-ft (o riyht) M;ie Kpry] Bevill of Blytheville, worthy advisor of the a.'^ombly, Shirley Cone of Osceola, worthy advisor of the Osceola Assembly, and Marlon ' Sflcrcy of Russellvllle, grand worthy advisor of the state. The mooting was hcH at Bly the v] He's Ma.wnic Had, 'and was preceded by dinner, and followed with a bunking party and breakfast this morning. [Courier News I'hntn) t^iE^'ho Osceola, Blytheville Assemblies Of Rainbow Honor State Officers Blytheville and Osceola Assem-1 'Grand officers Included Marion blips of Rainbow for Girls, enter- j Sacrcy of RusseUville, grand worthy ttilncd stale grand, officers Inst j advisor; Mary Jo Bud of Mariannn. night, at the Masonic Hull In lily- ! *»f^ocSnte worthy advisor; Sarah thcvlHe, with dinner and a stated : Frances Joiner of Helena, grand followed by a 'bunking | party" and breakfast this morning, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and infant daughter of Memphis arrived last night to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. find Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Constance Lee Is the name selected by Mr. nnd Mrs, \V. L. Walker for their daughter born \Vedne day at Walls Hospital. Mrs Walter and. baby were removed today to their home. Mr, nnd Mr.s. C. D. Ellis nnd dnnchter. Bobbie Sue. will I-TUT to morrow to spr-nd n t'-\o wec-Xf. vacation with his sister, Mrs. Owen Taylor, nnri family in Belleville, III. Mr>. Kniest Roe 1= sp ending se eral days in Memphis with her mother. Her daughter. Prccv Ann Taylor, joinr-d her there today nnd Mr, Roe v,il) uin'or dovrn for them tomorrrvA' afternoon. MJ'* Millie Ann Mill lory anil mister, L.oi'ett'i. ore spc-ndine the weekend in Havtl, Mo., vdih their crand- pnrents, Mr, and Mrs. W. !. Mai- lory. Mr. anrt Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman and son. Mike, and Mr. fine! Mrs. I. M. Ca?tlio of Luxorn. left- this morninp , for Montreal. N T , C., where the j Huffman's daughter. Susan, hns' been Jn Montreat Camp for foir weeks, They went, esj Siifan and Molly Ji also have spent (our weeks there, home. "Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ashley nnd children, and Mrs. Earl Gann, Jr., and son, will leave today for Tor- ranee, Calif., where they will visit Mrs. Gann's parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Ashley, nnd family, who are formerly of Blytheville, Mrs. Ada Tatc has returned from a. two month's vacation in St. Louis, Iowa. Illinois, New Mexico, and Arizona, She was nccompanleri Pj o | I (~* \ \ iU home by her son, J. D. Tate of L-'L, II V-, I U U ROSWCU.'N. M. The Arthur Ccarleya are spending a month In Conway. Mr. find Mrs. Robert Jontz of Memphis are spending the week end with Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Jonts. They will be 'TicQompanied home by ttielr son, Jimmy, who has spent a week here. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nunnalce of Memphis will spend the week end here with Mrs. Nunnnlec's pa rente-, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly have as their gnesfs for this week, Mrs. Ella Wlmborly of Chula Vista. Calif., Mrs. Bcutah Marler of Union Springs, Ala., Horace BouchlUon of Reform, Ala., find V. E. Bone billon of Warner Rohbins, Ga. Chief Petty Officer nntf Mrs. Th-»- luloro Baxter and fatally hnve spent a week here. He will return today to Great Lakes Naval Training Base anrt Mrs. Baxter and the children will remain for an indefinite period of time. Mr. and Mrs. Al Cbronister and con, Gary, of Bntesville stopped by from their vacation in St. Louis and Illinois to spend this week end with Mrs. Chronlstcr's parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Martin, and family, before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hickmnn and daughter, .Bttlie Sue, of Ponra City, Okla. spent revcral days \vifh his sister, Mrs. Myrtle Acton, and Mr, nnd Mrs. N. G. Jerome en route to Nev; York for vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bishop are celebrating their 39th wedding anniversary tod;iy. Peggy Barnett Complimented With Shower Miss Pcgsy Jane Barnett. brlrte- olect of James L. Cooper or Oklahoma City, was complimented last nicht with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Leonard Sampson with MM. Jnliaan, sister of t)ir> honorce, co-hostess, Miss Barnett wore for the occasion, a navy blue nylon dress and was given a corsage of red carnations. Among the 40 suests. were her I wo grandmothers, Mrs. Ethel finmpson, Mrs. Samuel Simpson and her mother. Mrs. Bnice Barnett, ,nnd Mr. Cooper's mother. Mrs. I.. O. Cooper. After games <vore played nnrt plfls were oponeri, parly foods and ketl drinks were served. Assisting the hoste.sses In Irvine, were Mrs. Ollie Sampson and Mrs. Arthur .Sampson and Mrs Harold Eubank.s. Oversize Handbags Are Ideal For Travel All Summer and Fait, Too Junior GA Has Program Meeting Members of Junior C/irl'^ t , ixiliar of N<w Liberty Baptist Churrh met with Rosemary Lntes for a pro?ram theme nf which \vas "Kuropo." Those u'ho took parts on the \ rtuciy wprn Alrrm npnn Knnnce, rtn Nash, nnd Pcpej/ Dunkin. The clrls lat^r wnrknd on their "Forward .Steps" nnd were dismissed by prnyer hy Mrs. Vance Dixon. Durinc '!in , e oria] hour. !rp crfnm rnokips and irert rErlnks were served. They plnti to have a "bunking" party after thrlr next meeting. Supper-Dance Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henderson of Dell nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Worth Holder were hosts and hostesses to approximately 100 guests from De-ll, Blytheville, Kelser. Manila. Thursday niciit R.I the American Legion Hut /or members of the Dell Supper Club and their puosts. Walter Lognn of New York City was among the guests. The theme carried out wtis "Beat The Hcnt" arid fans tied w streamers were placed at Intervals pastel Mowers. In the lobby, an umbrella was decorated to carry out the theme. Fov chonsina supper partner?, miniature fans with women's names tied on, were drawn by the men. Dancing provided the evening's entertainment. hope. After dinner had hern served G:30 p.m., a stated meeting was presided over by the grand worthy fid- I °f** H visor. To bepni the pro pram, the ^, _______ _____ _ ____ _ j ____ ._ i,._ ^T' Coming Events Saturday Members of Blytheville Country Club have buffet supper. Monday Women's M1s?ionnry Union of the First Baptist Church hns "2:30 p m. meeting at the church ivith Royal ice nrotrram and business ses- These oversize handbags are ideal for travel all Summer and into Fall, too. Equipped with convenient zipper compartments, ouler pa.ssport pockets, glove pock els, they all have sleek lines. An Important bag tlieme is stressed (upper left) in the block buster, shown here in bLirk patent. It's completely leather-lined, could double as overnight case, too. Roomy hag (lower left) in sturdy llama calf is all-lealhcr Hned, has double handles, fastens with secure leather tab closing- A second ba^ in llama calf (upper center) zips across the top, has big inside compartments, has outer pocket for pissnorl and credentials. Spacious shoulder strap (lower center) has bi£ outer glove pocket, leather lining, bip zip compartments. Over-arm bag (upper right) has sleek lines, closing' strapped securely through loop of gold mclal, lota b( big inside pockets. Bag with suitcase look (lower right) is shown here IB black calf, opens into lu-o roomy compartments separated bjr bij center pocket. With exception of the two black bags, all b*ff* shown here arc in neutral-to-russet shades. Some have bvllt-iu spec cases; others contain a pocket to hold a small paper book. Christian Dior Gets Fall, Winter Fashions Ideas From Insect World groups pave a rose adenda, the! Mower nf the year being the red rose, in which each pirl carried a single red rase. They formed an nrtrhway of roses, throuch which the tjranri worthy advisor was escorted by Miss Mae Beryl BeviUe, worthy advisor of the BJythevillo Assembly. Roses were then catherrri by Carol Ann Bailey and were presented to the honorce. Carmen Kelly sane "My Wild Irish" during the ceremony, and at the close. Merry N>H L^ne came dow nthe aisle of ro?ps with n fan made of dollar bills. It was naught with rainbow colored rib- j League bons and pinned at the bottom was semen with a wristlet of white carnations, Slui ley Cone, worthy advisor of Hie Ofifeoln As=emblv. servrri n.* siding officer during the Introductions. clc Five of the First Preshy- j jj'g Lake for a watermelon supper, tcrian church has A p.m. meeting ;, ts from here mdnded Se^e Brad^y^r^ Wlth """ »>«*•» *'- Edwin Ml* Circle One of the Women's Missionary Society of the Trinity Rap- tlst Church meets at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clarence McDon- nld at 108 E. Cherry. Mrs. R. W. Wooten Is hostess at her home on 638 Lake Street for Circle Two of Trinity Baptist Church afc 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Y a r b r o Home Demonstration Club has semi-monthly meetine. Country Club Duplicate Bridge play? weekly game. Wednesday Mrs. Robert I. Thompson entet- tains members of CTB. Mrs. Charles Lanoston is hoste?? members of Club Eieht. Hayride Given For Young People TV-cuts' six guests attended a hay ride given Inst niclif- by the Young People's department of the Yarforo i Baptist Church when they went to j £«t style generals in ihe V a r i E By ROSETTE HARGROVE NEA Staff Correspondent PARIS — CNEA) — Some of the nnd every shade of brown. It's in harmony, he believes, with today's way of life. Six-Week's Series Ends for League Thursday ended a six-week's series for Blytheville Duplicate IJririge League, which closed with Thursday's game. Winners included Mrs. O. W. Mo Marlene Johnson, and Connie Hay. Chaperons were Mr. and Mrs, Jack Emery. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained a marriage license in the office of (he County Court Clerk: Johnny Marvin Glasscock and Miss Jerrv Jo Lewis, both of Blytheville. James L. Cooper of Midwest City. Okla.. and Miss Pc??y Barnett of Blytheville. command of fashion have to j For Jean nesses it's "Le Soft \ cutchen, first, Mrs, Russell Phil- take a trip around the world to] Line," which is also synonymous j lips, second, and Mrs. Harry W, get inspiration for a new plan of j with stark simplicity. Haines. third. Hack, i It apparently was inspired hy a remnrk overheard in his luxurious salons. "It makes one want to poor," sighed his wealthiest and smartest client. I This soil line is essentially sup-1 pie. highlighting a Ion?, slender News in Apron Styles La Finesse Club Plays in Home Members of the La Finos*e were o-ntortainrri yesterday by Mrs. W. M. Jontz at her hnme, for an afternoon of dessert and bridpc. Guests included Mrs. Gerald Bio- mo yer and .Miss Betty Black. Winners In the tramp were Mis. J. M. WJHifims Jr.. anrt Mrs. Everett Peterson, of first and second, respectively, and bridgo went to Miss Black. Each fable was centered with ro^es and t:olden glow, which she used throughout the entertaining rooms. who received grand np- .5 were Patty Scott of lily- i M ^ crnnd pn^Mne Beryl! ' Blnhpvil]e Bevl]le,.pr Blytheville. grand repre- ; Kcntntive nf Nevada: Shirley Amos • of O-iceo!a, cranrt representative of j Nebraskn; Shirley Cone of Kay Blarkard. nnd Merry Nell Lane, j hnrh of lUytheville, nnd Mary Roz- zrile of Osrrola, were all nppoinlcd to the Ernnd rhoir. Chaperons inclurled Mrs. V. K. Holland of Osceola, Mrs. Shields Edwards, mother advisor of the B]y- thevilie asscmhl.v finci Mr.s. Atldie Joiner of Helena, | cry rnn tn D o e w o o d Homo Demonstration • club has 2:30 p.m. meeting at their ! club. j Thursday La Nueve mrts in the home of t the Hospitals Duplicate BricJae plays Femi-vveehly game. eville D n p 1 i r n I e Brldse a '[ Leaeue plays weeklv afternon game. " ! Mnnrfay Cirrie Six of the PresblyerEan Church hns B p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Dovle Tnmer. hostess, and Miss Lots Fields, co-hnstes.s. Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. L. Farmer, Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Charles Finley, Mt. Vernon Mo, Mrs. J. W. Stone. Rt. 2 Mrs. G. W. Blayiock and baby CarutherfiVille Mrs. HaywcKjd Mixon, Stcrle sub-deputy. To keep dust nnd rilrt from con Mrs. C. W. Alforri. j lanilnatine babv's foot. ?ervib ev- , , „ and iar .*Uh hot water i Whft " n ls lw chilled it is difficul ' to cut or slice thin. I should be taken out 1 the retncerator about half hour before you plan to Bn But Christian Dior just stayed t home and meditated for his ampaign (or Fall and Winter, 952. Maybe that Is why the collec- ion he's unveiling in the latest 'aris openings is inspired by the | silhouette, hinting at, rather than nt, the most industrious, econom- j revealing the feminine form. But cal, intelligent and highly-organ- ! he has stressed the bosom line, zed member of the insect world. [ , no . skins are longer, width re- At least that's what- the grape-: strained and essentially supple, •ine reports from three top sa- | when fullness 13 introduced it's a ons of haute couture in a sort of ineak preview of the 1952 unveil- ngs. massed front. The strategic point is the neckline. Draperies, often, detachable, contribute the new "soft" look. The undercover agent for t h e j sleeves are lone, turned back or newspaper Figaro reports, for in-j pushed up, starting from rounded stance, that Dior is focusing interest on intricate cut combined with that almost Intensn femininity which Dior has always aciva- cated. Skirts, often wide, gather , inches on the way down, waistline is underlined, but Add sparkle to a dress pocket by attaching four of your prettiest small scatter pins to the four corners of a galJy colored silk hanky, and then tucking the hanky in the pocket. model and Its function. In contrast, evening gowns display sweeping skirts, showing a new handling of fullness. Supple woolens. velvet and satin are the lending media. Variations of the seven colors ol the rainbow and brown, rep!ac- ! | ing gvay. are Griffe's colors for the Autumn. shoulders. Hooks-and-eyes and oilier fastenings replace buttons. In the four categories of cve- n:n? wear are the short, full dance few j frnck, the slender, ultra-feminine The i evening suit, nnd gala gowns — defi-1 with sweeping or narrow skirts. ! nnd soap before opening, j ' nitely in its proper place. Bod-j Red. anri all colors with a red ices fit like the paper on the undertone dominate, wall. "Normal shoulders are Adorn-1 Jncques Griffe has adopted the ed with a variety of collars, which! "5trai?ht-a:;-nn-arrow" theme. He is something all designers seem j says his collection is the acme to be concentrating on this time, j of unadorned simplicity. Dior is using many stiff a n ri I The wnistlme is unimportant, rough-surfaced weaves, R g r e a t \ sumetimes completely forgotten, deal of soft satin — plus a couple 1 but bosom and hips are under- of secret fabrics. And his colors, lined. Shoulders are inconspicu to go back to the ant theme again, i ous but sleevrs will reveal a new are white ant, red ant, black ant, cut. Skirt lengths vary with the Open li:HO n.m. Show Slarls al Dusk. 2 Shows tevcry Nile. SAT. ONLY 2 HITS! AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION REX ALLEN $$m**-. ^'4 J.-J-W^gwafSi SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE -PI.CS- RIFUBIH: Fictyfi..,' 8263 . 34-ia " By Sue Burnett ThlF c^c'-r-r l::lf apion is cut In the por.-iar cnbn'^r l.t.-h'.on, is as urciul 6.- be. K3.-,y to slip on ! and no trouble ! .o l.Tiindrr. it boa.-tp ! two huac rocfcls. cnloiful binding trim Pai'frrj N" >. J--.'":i ;- ,1 ~r-\ -ri'r- prr- fcr-itrd |-.i":-;-, :u si .. J!. 36. M.! 45, 42. K 4;3. •!?,, Ki7c sn. V: yards of 3J-ir..-h: poTVie:. rojut.i--; "•; yd..! l 1 ^ yas. trim, i For th:s p.vern. ftrnd 3'"K: In COlyS. yc-ir n-ir.p. p.cidre.F. MZC dP^irpd, BUT t;io PATIKRN' NUM-i BLR to S ;e Burnrtt. Coiirirr News, 375 Quincy St.. Chifsgo 6. III. Ready for you nmv—Ba*lc FASHION for 'J2. F-01 sr,d Winter. This new issue is :il!td with idras for smart, practiral ?.t\ii:v7 [or n tie^v season; clft pattern pruned inside tha book, 25c, *V-i Serial: "The Oregon Trail" & Cartnon SUNDAY & MONDAY 1'irst Showing; in BlylUcvillc M'O-M IXtsenl! THI H1 RED BADGE ^ _CdURACE J Also Shorts: Abou Hfn Hoogic Scentimcnlal Homco Baby Silters Jitters DOVBLE.STAR THRILLS; Serial: King of the Congo & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY CO *T* = C,V, M ^c* ^XvL>> K«(C*« ffP^vi'iTY -ALDO RAY - WILLIAM CUING 1'aramounl .sews i^ ooici-icii hiiorts: "Loose Nut" & "Sails of Acapulco" I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! QUICK RITZ GUESTS Mrs. Gage Clark • Mr. & Mrs. Newton Whit is • Mr. & Mrs. Speck Brock Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Shnneyfelt Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature IA5H URUt FUZZY SiJOHN —PLUS— HI Ml HAIIAHMIQ UW vf * Inlo.r riiiur. «t itltaied by F?LM Cl>s5<c4. ISTSerial: The Tigerman Also Cartoon SUN.-MON. 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