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August 14, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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Society, Pat MuUins, Society Editor 9 CASK.) etvd Phone 4461 Two Are Honored At Lynch Home Mrs. A. B. Falrtleld and Nfrs. 'Alice Caven shared honors yesterday at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lj'iich, for an informal mornfns party. Mrs. Caven. ivlio makes her home In Little Rock, is the guest of Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, and Mrs. Falrfeld 'will leave soon for Georgia Stale College for Women to be superintendent of Peabody Labralory School in Mlllageville. Ga, She was there for five years preceding the four years she was In Little Rock. The 15 quests \vere entertained on the porch und were served party foods. House Party To Be Given Former Resident Honored at Party Pamela Jean Garner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Garner of Memphis, formerly of Blythevillc, was honored with a birthday party Tuesday. Hostess was an aunt ol the hon- orce. Mrs. Hershell darner. The twelve quests cake and ice cream. were .serverl Langston Home Scene of Game The country home of Mrs Charles Langsloi) was the scene yesterday of a dessert-bridge, cnu-it;ilnin<; members of Club Eight. Gunsts were Mrs. S. C. Owens anrl Mrs, Vcrnon Thomasson. Mrs. R. C. Allen won lilsh score in bridge. Mrs. Thoma-son win second hlfrh score, and .Mrs. Jesse M. White won brtdgo. Anmm! Mississippi County Awn eintlonal YWA House Party will be held Friday night at Wilson Baptist | Church, it was announced totlav by! Mrs. Clyde Webb. Mississippi Conn- ! ty Association Young People's , cad- Gj ven | n .Home Registration will begin at 7:30 P.m. and Miss June Buchanan of Blythevillc, president, will preside. Highlights of the program will be Street lnsl a report by Miss Joyce Dili of Del) c ., S '° on her recent tour of South Amer- "" lne mcir ica. and a white Bible service for Miss Buchanan, who will be married on August 20. The YWA Counsel is comprised of members of Young Women's Associations of 11 Baptist Churches in Mississippi County.- Mrs. Robert T. Thompson was hostess in her hnme on rrc.tn Street last night to members of ir a dessert-bridge. \vhen (he members attended. Zinnias and other summer blooms were used to decorate the home. A dessert course was served preceding the games. Wnlning prizes In bridge were Miss t.uclln Barnes. hlgll, Mrs. H. N. Nunn. second hlch, and Mrs W. H. O'Kcefc. brlrtpA Steele Student To Give Recital DO.S'AU> Donald Michle of Steele, student at Foivlston School of music, will bn presented tomorrow night at the Hluh School auditorium in a piano recital. The. program, which will begin at Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Day, 8r., returned home yesterday tram Cape Oiradeau, where they attended the funeral ol Mr. Day's sister, Mrs. Arminta Mouser. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lay and children. Carlene and Carl. Jr., are visiting Mrs. Lay's father, E. G. Morris, and family In Forrest City, and brother, Charles Morris. Mrs. Morris, and family in Memphis. Mrs. A. B. Falrfield will leave Sunday for Millageville, Ga., where she will be superintendent of Peabody Labratory school of Georgia State College for Women. Mr. and M.rs. W. A. Nash and family have as their guests. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Nash of indio Cnllf. R. C, Allen. Jr. who visited In St. Louis, was accompanied home by Miss Mnry Lawrence Feagln of Webster Grove for a week, They wcr« in Memphis Tuesday, accompanied by Mrs. Allen, Sr., where they were the guests of friends at the Peabody. Miss floberta Bracey has as her guests two classmates at Mississippi Southern College, Hattiesburg. Miss Mildred Jane Black of Purvis, Miss. and Miss Mary Coolcy of Meridian Miss. ' i Dr. Alfred Vise was guest speaker ' last night at a weekly meeting of the Klwanls Club In Reiser. In his address for World War II Memorial Day, he reviewed the new bonk rf THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, MM Mens Shirts Can Often Serve Good Purpose For You. 1 I t a p.m.. will he cuinptucd of "sclec-1 former French Prime Minister. Pan Farewell Drop In Party Is Held A farewell drop In parly was given last night at the Fellowship Hall of First Methodist Church, honoring Miss Sue Osment, who has Bright Color For Trim 8670 3-e Sue Burnett been employed by lhe church 'at the past, two years, and Is nnvlrrp to Conway to make her home, wher, she will be. employed by the Con'v.iyi First Methodist Church. Guest* «-cre received from 8'30 lo 10 p.m. by Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Morris at the door, and In the receiving line by the honoree. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Owens. Mr. and Mrs E D. Ferguson. Mr", nnd Mrs. A N Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson. Mrs. lone Gore. JVflss Ma.-v Hubler. The entertaining room was decorated with baskets of garden flowers. An unusual study of .solid white garden flowers centered the lacc- Inld table from which- punch nnd cake were served. White candtns flanked cither side of the table. Earl Snyder.' Jr., .provider) orjjan music during the evening. A gift was presented by A. N. Williams, chairman of the hoard o[ education, to Miss Osment. from the church school. Composing the commitlee in "barge of arrangements for the Affair, were Mrs. j. C. Guard. Mrs W T. Rainwater, Mrs. E. W. Ktrny, and iVfrs. Riley B. Jones. The guest of honor, wearing a lions from the works of Bach, Mo- znrt, Ohopln, Brahms. Granados. Nathaniel Dctt. and Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue." He Is a member of the graduating class of 195,2 of Steele High School, and will enter Swinnr-y Conservatory of Music at Central College. FV»ye(te, Ma, this fait, where he has been awarded a i He has studied with Mrs. Dalton C. Fowtslon- the pa^t fonr years, and received the Fowlston School of Music Piano Scholarship lor tile 1050-51 session. Ranaud, "Unite or Perish.' Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fulgham announce the birth of a son, Tuesday at Walls Hospital. He has been named Joseph Darryl. They have four other children, Jo Ann. 18, Shirley, 16, Carolyn, 12. and Danny. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson Don't let your husband, brother or son throw awav that old shirt It has Ircmcndous fashion possibilities for YOU. A.' little h genuity plus scissors, needle and thread can transform any nun her of sWrts into a variety of accessories. This news will be es|>cc"aIIy valual, e o the tall irirl who can never keep her shirt tails where the" be ong Imagine, for instance, (he versatile uses of a tuck in I,louse like the one pictured al the left. It's easy to make, too and Voks so chic with a full skirt and wide belt. And if vou .ire a s orl ni/M gown enlhusiast. a made-over man's shirt will make an attrSctivc By ALICIA HART, | renter NBA Beauty Eilllor edges Never underestimate the possibilities of a man's shirt. With very .-it- He effort and cost it can b« transformed Into a blouse, nightgown, serving apron, and a variety of other fashionables. Even if you're not an experienced hand with a needle and thread, you will find the make-over magic easy and fun to do Points and top Joe !s Entertained Mrs. ,Joc P. Davis 'was honored . . yesterday at an informal party given in the home of Mrs. T. A. Folger. with .co-hostesses. Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs, Jim Smothermon. Mrs. movlnf Davis, with her family. Is to LHtle Rock next week. and was given a gift, by the hostesses' for her newly-completed home there. Door prize went to Mrs. Tom Halstead. Decorations included a mixture of summer flowers, nnd party foods were served during the evening. ' Mrs. E. R. Jones, mother of the hcmorce, was a guest. Coming Events -,.U~ Friday Mrs— James Mizell entertains Siilch nnd Chatter Club at her St. Louis Guest is Complimented Lnrlios Bible Class of First Methodist, church has business and social meeting at church at 3 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. A. C. Haley. Mrs Elsie Flsk, Mrs. Joe Scruggs' and Mrs. Belle Wood. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Phi has family picnic at --- .... _„ _ „„„,„,„„, Gather together a bundle of rtis- music scholarship. 1 and daughter, Beth, left yesterday i carded shirts, and go to work, i for Daytona Beach. Fla., where they Start with a tuck-in blouse. Cut' will vacation for 10 da vs. cff tne sleeves, and cut across the! Mrs. Minnie Leigh Johnson of 5hlrt lhrcc ancl one-half inches ;ip \ Memphis is here as guest of Mr. j ! '° m tne underarm. Try the shirt and Mrs. Henry Damon McLeod. She came especially for the wedding of Mus Ann McLcod and is remaining for several days. Mrs. Warren G. Price, and children, aho of Mcmnhis, were here for the wedding but have returned to their home. Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. O. W. Garrignn and Mrs. S. Jleriel spent . . yesterday in Memphis with' Mrs. W. F. McDanlel. Mrs. B. F. Gay Is spending this week in Memphis with her son, B F. Gay, Jr.. and family. Mrs. F. J. McCarthy Is a patient at Walls Hospital, where she underwent surgery Tuesday. . on over a slip, and pin it in place at the upper armhole edges. Pin three pleats in each shirt front: eight in back. Mark the natural waistline. Then remove the shirt, and baste the pleats, pressing away from centers. j The next step Is to measure down one and one-half inches from the top edge at the center front and center back, shape the neckline Should you be in the mood 10 make a short nightgown, all the preparation that Is necessary is for you to remove the sleeves and collar of the shjrt. leaving the collar band. Pink raw' edge of eyelet edging. The apron may appear to he more complicated to make, but actually. if you follow directions, it will present no problem. The first thing to do is cut across the shirt between the underarm points. Remove the buttons, pockets and buttonhole band. Now you are In order that you may have complete "directions, if you will drop a line to Make-Over Shirts, Room 1448. New York 17. N. Y.. you will receive, free of charge, an Illustrat- artdilion lo your colleclion (center). All yon have lo do is remove lhe sleeves and collar, leaving the collar-band, .uul add a ruv "See of eyelet edging. Dye the shirl any color you like. I vou l",,pc,i to be denims w.lli a shirt that is to,, worn lo ue of much va e "si blouse, it si,11 has possibilities. Cm it <!o.vn to (he size of a "cmr* apron (right) for color ;<ml design sew contrasting rick rii-k alniiR lhe bollom. Your gucsls will never imagine its natuAl orifjilt unless you chance lo lell Ihem. Of course IhrrrU im limit to the different shirl styles available for lhe making ' armhole ed leaflet that gives the whole story. | teach your youn- daughter how to The leaflet also contains direc- sew. It will give you both a won- tions for oilier make-over fashions, | clerfut opportunity' to work toother and will probably provide you with! and yet not -waste any valuable ma- ideas for many variations. It item- ' terials. izcs in addition, everything you wilr Only one Ir.st thins to remember need to efficiently complete the ; as you start the preset It will be •n^e-ovcrs. , much wi;cr jf you ^ not mratj °» Once you have the shirts playing i '<• ' <he men in your family. For it their new role in a feminine ward- ! .™« do. you will surely face a sud- robe. dye them to whatever colors '• den shortage of discarded shirts please you most. Of course, leaving! lhat W 'H ruin your plans before you them white allows you all sorts of c vcn get started, color combination possibilities. Making over dad's shirt into a , youngster's dress or playsuit inigru al=o warrant your consideration. These usually discarded shirts can actually take the burden off your clothes budget, and at the same time be attractive. You could use the old shirts to iOW?ltetPep,Vim with Iran, Calcium, Viiamin B t , I in a smooth curve between marked ; Semi-Canasta Club Meets For Games Mrs, Paul Lawrence was hostess yesterday to members of the Semi- Canasta Club for an afternoon of canasta. In the games, the hostess won high score. Mrs. Hersheil Garner won second high score, and Mrs Earl Knipple won low. A dessert course was served preceding the games. • A delighlflil little school or ptirly dress for your daughter of kindergarten age. Just the thing for those adorable winter cottons accented with a colorful contrast. Pattern No. R670 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 3. 4. 5, g, 7, 8 years. Size 4. 2 yards of 33-inch:' '.; yard contrast. Tor this pattern, send 39.- In COINS, your name, atiriii^.- si,-e desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Q.iinry St., Civ.?;uo 6. 111. Ready for you now —Baffc F-XSH- 10X lor -S2. F>1! nnd Winter. This iifiiv c-s:;c is rilirci with ideas for smart, practical se-vinc for a new, srr.Hirj; ?iit pattern printed inside ' Dis-ni the hook. 2?c. i ^j,.,. AIlss Mary Lawrence Feacin of St. Louis, guest of R. c. Allen and :;','"",'" ''" """ """" his mother. Mrs. R. c. Allen was w '' lker Pilrk "' 6 p.m. complimented yesterday morning Salurda-- with an informal party given at the G. A. Hale home in BilKlelte. Hostesses for the occasion were Miss Marg Hale r.r.d M;35 Gay Garrigan. Other out-of-town guests were Miss Mildred Jane Black, of Purvis. Miss, and Mifs Mary Cooley of Meridian. Miss,, eiicsts of Kins Roberta Bracey. Cotilllr.n Club has 9 p.m. dance In thr? Mirror Room of Hotel Noble, Mr. and Mrs. R-A, Porter. Dr. and Mrs. \V. T. Rainwater, Mr nnd Mrs. E. i\f. negcnoW. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. James Rny are hosts nnd hostesses. Biytheville Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly aftcrnon game t the Hospitals Blylberillr Hospital Dirmissed: Mrs. L E F.vibanks, City Roy Brmklcy. City \Valis Hospital srtl: C. W. \Vi!.-on. City d,r-.eo.i£Kiair«<j. Corrplet4 < (scilicet for functioni 1«rq AT Hit, AND LOCUST STREETS Froii Studied HUNTINOTOS. , W. Va. <&,— Amonp other things, a 10-year stu- riy of frogs has acldfd a ncu- word to the lunguage of !ove-maV:ing. It s "nudging." That, acrording to Dr. N. Bayard Green. Marshall College zoologist. Is how the Upland Chorus frop procreates. Many of the males, he found, ore clifistp. but not by choice. He snir! they Just don't pet a tumble from the females, who do the courting on their oun. And that croak may simply fall to attract her when boy froe meets plrl frog. She always gets her man anyway because there are more "hims" than "hers." During his lonz studies Green observed some 6.COO frogs. For that he gnt a doctor's degree this summer at Ohio Slate University, Half Moon News Paul Hawkins of Columbia, Tenn.. is visiting his brother, R. L. Hawkins, and Mrs. Hawkins, this week. He will also visit other relatives. Seaman and Mrs. Leon Hoskins spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Irving Alexandra and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoskins. Miss Cleone Mitchell, who has been In Hot Springs visiting her grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Rowland, was accompanied home by her cousin. Miss Millie Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ingram. Jr.. have gone to St. Louis to visit his mother, Mrs. Joe Gada. They will also visit Mr .and Mrs. John Smith. ' Mrs. Coy Tweedle and daughter. Gloria, are visiting her sister in Three Rivers. Mich. i Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot. Miss Mary I/lghtfoot, Hugh Williams and Coy ' Tweedle end daughter spent the past week in the Ozarks. They vis- 1 ited Blanchard Springs, Bull Shoals i Dam. and other points of Interest. for COURIER NEWS Osceola, call BILLY BEALE, 567-M i.vr CIi'C O.lr.^ Tonic Tahlru'l ODAV irlii?!;pr, -lilLnle <JriAVK, MOXKV—fid r(-:u- lir SL 10 t'ia <.v!j n-t Fnr JlCI ^J5;f^ 5»vin-5 Bsfc :o^- c vcrytwti i;ar. muKti-favUiR "Kco^yajj e!ta At all rtruc stores evoryuhere—In Hlllheville. at Kirby Jt Woods nru K . Open R:30 p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nile. THURSDAY & FRIDAY MM ntjura xnLixa DOUGLAS-PARKER-BENDIX A Patamounl Piclure Also Cartoon & Comedy AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY-FRIDAY * M-G-M't AU-5TAR MUSICALI ~t t Sal *o Jerome Korn'i greatest lov« longsl j GRAYSON REDSKELTON^ HOWARD KEE Pararnouut News, 1 Cartoon & Novelty Reel HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MANY ITEMS ON SALE FOR $1 DRESSES Values to 5.95 PURSES — Values to 3.98 BLOUSES Values to 3.98 R1TZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Hugh (Jfntry & Family Mr. £ Airs. .lames Deal & Family Mr. & Mrs. William Youns; & Family Mr. & Mrs. Calvin" Hill / CLARAS SHOP 419 W. Main Street Blythevilfe BRASSIERES — Yolues to 3.50 CHILDREN'S DRESSES^ Values to 3.98 SLIPS- Values to 1.98 Children's Sun Suits Reg. 79c; 2 for $1 Shorts & Pedal Pushers Values to 3.98 SALE PRICES FRIDAY & SATURDAY Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Sfarfs 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At A11^Times LAST TIMES TOMTF/ Pal Mtes Also Carloon FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature -Basil Kathhnne Hugh Herbert Serial: The Tigerman Also Cartoon

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