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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVIT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 1958 Society New* Pat MulMni, Society Kditor i Plum* 4461 Thirty Models Are to be Seen In Benefit Fashion Show Here Thirty models will parade new Tall styles in the Junior Auxiliary benefit Fashion Show Tea at Hotel Noble Friday. Showings will be at 3:30 and 5, with tea .served from 3 to 6 p.m. Miss Whitsitt's Shop and The Tot Shop today are announcing the list of models chosen to present, their fashions. Modeling for Miss Whitsitt's Shop will be Mrs. Kenneth Berry, of Holland, Mo., Miss Jean Campbell, Mrs. Jerry Cohen, Mrs. Russell H. Parr,. Mrs. James C. Guard, Miss Maxine Hill, Mrs. Ross Dillon Hughes, Jr. Mrs. Charles Langston, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mrs. Mavis Settlemire, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckrnon. Mrs. E. L. Taylor of Hayti, Mo., Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Mrs. Johnny While and Mrs. R. W. Ration of Manila. Showing fashions from Miss Whitsitt's La Belle Shop .will be Linda Bean, daughter of Mrs. Fred Bean; Sara Blakemore, daughter of Mrs. Carroll Blakemore; Donna Day, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day; Glenda and Ronnie Fay Etchieson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Etchieson. Marion Henley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henley; Janet Hudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hudson; Lyn Lawshe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe; Terry Mo- dinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Connie Modinger, Jr.; Mary Jane Seymore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Seymore; and Dianft Still, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stlj'l. A feature of this year's presentation from Miss Whitsitt's Shop will be a feminine wedding parly. The satin gowned bride will be attended by four bridesmaids and a flower girl. Floral bouquets of the bride and attendants will be created by Allen's Flowers. Clothes designed for the youngest misses will be shown on models from The Tot Shop. T.icy will be Marie Wildy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Lcnch- ville; Susan Hollenbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Wade Hollenbeck of Steele. Mo.; and Ruby Kay Koehler .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Koehler. Tickets will be on sale at the entrance to the Rose Room. Huffman YWA Meeting Is Held Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of Huffman Baptist ! Church met with Cora Mae McDaniel last night for election of chairmen of committees. Mrs. Jewel Ray gave the devotional after which the business meeting was conducted. Vivian Dodson was elected program chairman, and others included Louise Cfipps, mission chairman, Joyce Johnston, music chairman with Patty Hughes as song leader, Barbara Hughes nnd Jua- nlta Nelson, social chairmen, and Betty Jane Matheny, publicity. Following the closing prayer, refreshments were served. So Slim And Lovely An attractive two plecers that comw in a wide range of sites for figure flattery. The skirt is pencil- Blim and easy to sew; .blouse has ahort or/ three quarter sleeves, gay thoestring trim. By Sue Burnett Pattern No. 8956 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes U, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 16, short sleeve, 454 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, III. Basic FASHION for '53, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Vend red i Club Is Entertained Mrs. Billy Joe Gean was hostess to members of the Vendredi Bridge Club Inst night at the Razor back Drive-In, for their weekly meeting. Winners at bridge were Mns. Richard Osborne. frist place; Mrs. Hniik Dodd, second place; and Mrs- Max Walters, bridge. Assorted party foods were served at the conclusion of the meeting. PTA Meeting Is Conducted The executive board of Oosnell Parent-Teachers Association met at the home of MITK. P. E. Lucius Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. with 10 members attending. The "Kit of Tools" literature was distributed among the officers. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lucius and Mrs. E. H. McMurray during the social hour. Tompkins Home Is Scene of Meeting Children of the American Colonists held « meeting at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Tompkins Thursday afternoon with several Blythevlllo youths attending. Jim Tompkins, president of the slnte group, i s to be succeeded this year by Judy McCall, as local chapter president. O.-car Hnrtln- way was elected recording secretary. Shower Is Given For Recent Bride Mrs. J. R. Goosby, the former Miss Pauline Lee, daughter of Mr. ^nd Mrs- Wilbur Lee of Gosnell, was honored with a shower at the C. L. Lucius home Thursday by Mrs. W. P. Lucius and Miss Jeanne Lucius. Refreshments were served to conclude the evening, which was spent n playing games. A special guest with the 23 attending was the honoree's mother. Philitheo Class Has Meeting Ten members of the Philitheo Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church met last night with Mrs. George Norx. The opening prayer, and devo- .ional was given by Mrs. Claude Roland. Link prayer was used as a benediction. Refreshments were served In the social hour. announced today. The convention s composed of all churches and denominations who wish to partlc- pate in its activities. OPEN FOR BUSINESS At Our New Location 111 East Main 3 Doors East of Old Location Watch For Our Grand Opening Now one of Eastern Arkansas' Most Modern Photo Studios Bits of News VVIoMu Personal Mrs. B. OU Mullins and her daughters, Betty Ann and Jan. left yesterday for MonUccllo, Ark., to be the week end guests of their parents nnd grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Bishop, and other relatives. Mrs. Calvin HolUnssworth and daughters. Cathy and Jill, spent several days in portageville. Mo., this week with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Wldner. Mr. Widner and daughter, rriscilla. Fredrick Harper is the name chosen by Mr. and M.S. Ralph Johnson for their son, who was born last week. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sain Berryman and children, Charlotte and Charles Abbott, of Memphis were expected to arrive this week end to visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Berryman and Mrs. Lois vloreland. Miss Patsy Bartholomew left yesterday to resume her studies at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss. She was motored to Mississippi by Charley Bclknap. Among students leaving for college this week end are Misses Beverly Jones, Peggy Zachry and Jean Phillips, who leave tomorrow for Arkansas State College. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dougherty and daughter, Sandra, will leave Monday for Blue Mountain, Miss., to ,ake their daughter, Marilyn, who vill enter Blue Mountain College. Maj. and Mrs- W. N. Norton and children of Cincinnati, O., who spent the past week here with her jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross .Stevens, ett, Thursday [or Kentucky Lake to spend a few days before returning lome. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Hunt. Mr. and /Irs. James Peeler, nnd Mr. and Mrs. I'. H. Hill, ail of Covlngton. Tenn., vill arrive tomorrow, to spend the lay with Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E. Tune and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. ChnmblJn inve gone to St., Louis today to meet heir son, Dr. W. D- Chamblin. Jr., Mrs. Cliamblin and their daughter, Wendy, of Camp Bcale, MarysvilU, Calif. They plan to spend several I •eeks here with the Clmmblins. Everett Rhodes was dismissed Thursday from the Blythevlle Hos- 'itnl, where his coiriition is reported to be satisfactory. The condition of ..oc P. Pride, Sr., who is a patient ot Kennedy Gen- ual Hospital In Memphis. Is report- id to be slightly improved. Mrs. Frank Wagner, Sr.. has been irought home from the Baptist lospilal in Memphis, where she underwent surgery about 10 days ago. She Is reported to be much improv- id. Miss Gwendolyn Rhodes of Mem>his. who is a student nt Draughon's Justness School, is spending the Laior Day holiday week end with her merits, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rhodes,' here. Russell. Phillips, Jr., will leave oniorrow for the N.ivnl Air Station Pensacola, Pin., for [light t'vnin- ng. Miss Jacqueline Dufhilo of New Orleans, La., arrived yesterday nft- irnorm to spend the holiday week snd here with her aunt, Mrs. Cor- lellus Modinger and family. On her eturn home Monday, she will be iccompanled by her mother, Mrs. Auguste Dufhilo. who hn.s- been here 'or the past week as guest of her lister, Mrs. Modinger. Mrs. Maude Cassidy, who underwent a major operation at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis Wednes- when dyeing or tinting well-worn sheets It may be difficult to get an even coloring. Worn places in the sheet don't absorb the same amount of dye as the leas worn areas. If you plan to cut up the sheet use ai ruffling or short curtains, you can probably salvage enough unstreakcd material for narrow or short lengths. as much fun to figure out ways of avoiding a quarrel as to figure out how to say something mean enough to top what has just been said. LONGER HEMLINES — Fall fashions from Paris reveal sUlrt lengths generally to be slightly longer than in the past. Shorter s::irt lengths are expected to reach this country by spring, but these will.not be drastically short. Pierre Balmain does a version of the short evening ensemble (left) in pink, mauve and blue brocade. Bodice top is outlined with folds of pale mauve chiffon. Chamois colored jersey (left center) by Jean Patou has paneled front and width at top. New season silhouette Is shown (right center) In Balmain's black, gray and white marble print that has tiny waistline wrapped with azure blue satin cummerbund. Suit by Jean Desses (right) is in mixture of black and brown • tweed with wide pleated pockets and shoulder width. It's worn with small velvet hat. Emphasis is placed on top half of the figure and bosomline is high and stressed in new silhouette. Coming Events Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church has first fall meeting at the Catholic School at 2:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge has second anniversary celebration at. 7:30 p.m. with potluck supper at the hall, followed by business meeting. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Robert I. Thompson at 916 Pecan Street. Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church has Book Review Tea to begin fall season at the church at 3 p.m. Mrs. Wylle will give the review. Miss Atlaline Lee is hostess to members ot the Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church. Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church has meeting. Executive board of Women of the First Presbyterian Church has mnctin? at the church, at 2:30 p.m. Circles One and Two of Trinity Baptist Church meet jointly at the church for business at 2:30 p.m. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church has meeting with Mrs. Denn Borum of Homestead Street. Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Siema Phi has first fall meeting with Mrs. Orlie Parker as hostess at 7:30 p.m. In her home at 2001 Hearn Street. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League conducts meeting. •• Tri-Town Bridge Club Is to be entertained by Mrs. E. A. Teaford, New Liberty Baptist WMU is to conduct meetings. Ynrbro Home Demonstration Club lins meeting. Wednesday Mrs. Louis Partridge IS hostess to members of the C nnd Q Bridge Club. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets tit Hot"! Noble. UDC has 12:30 p.m. luncheon at Hotel Noble. Friday Junior Auxiliary's Fashion Show Tea is to be presented at Hotel Noble. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Monday—Sept. 14 Study Group of First Christian Church has meeting with Mrs. James Rainwater at 2 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Ellis is to be program leader. day. Is reported to be in & satisfactory condition. She is in Room 203. o o o o COMES FROM CHRIST Tune In on God ... Hear His Holy Wotd , . . Fill Your Soul With Reverent Devotion ... by Attending These Worship Services Sunday. GOD'S INVITATION SHOULD BE YOUR DEU6HT "Look unto me nnd lie ye saved, all the ends of (ha earlh: for I am God, and I here is none else." Isainh 45*22 9.: 10 A.M. — Sunday School 10:55 A.M. — Morning Worship. Sermon: "An Unexpected Answer To Prayer" 6:30 P.M. — Baptist Training Union 7'30 P.M. — Evening Worship. Sermon: "Your Soul Under God's Searchlight" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8th & Walnut Blytheville, Ark. Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor IN OUR AIR CONDITIONS SANCTUARY Zetha Fisher Has Birthday Party Zetha Mae Fisher was honored last night by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher, at their home, celebrating her 14th birthday. Eighteen boys and girls were Invited to join her for the evening's entertainment, which consisted of party games and making pictures. Birthday cake with ice cream was served at the conclusion of the evening./ At the Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. A. J. Houston, Luxora O. M. Mitchell. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dortha Mixon and baby, City Mrs. William Roberson, Manila Mrs. Drew Huey, City. Coleridge Baptists Are Entertained Members or the Intermediate Combat Eternal Quarrels With Thought-Out Plan Here is a letter from a wife who says she is so sick and tired of the i eternal senseless quarrels she and her husband are getting into she is thinking of leaving him even though they have three small children. - Why don't you stop quarreling, instead of running away? It only. takes one person i to nag or to be disagreeable, but; it takes two to quarrel. Granted your h u s b a n d is al-. ways the one who ' touches off a 1 quarrel. It's unlikely, but let's ^raiit it anyway. ' Ruth MMleft There's no 1 a w which says you've got to answer back. Training Union Class of Coleridge ] You can respond to a fight-pro-' vokinrr statement in p.ny number of ways besides hitting back verbally. You can throw r^lm momentarily off-balance by looking thoughtful! nnd spying: "Yon m-y be right" [ nnd following up with a quick, | "What do you think we ought to do about it?" You can let the remark pass. This may »<~'.toy him — but so long us you don't let yourself get angry or look hurt you still haven't got a quarrel going. You con get busy cleaning out a closet or looking for something in the attic. It's hard to start a fight with someone who has to keep asking "Whnt did you any, dear?" Change The Subject You can "just happen to think" of something that will change the subject. Never mind if it makes you sound scatter-brained. What a lot of men regard as women's "senseless chatter" Is just smart strategy to change the topic of conversation. Say: "You look tired. Are you sure you're feeling all right?" Almost any man will forget a grudge long enough to start worrying about his health. If you don't like any of those suggestions, figure out some of your own. You may find it can be Baptist Church held a quarterly social meeting Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan. Guests for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Young. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Loveless and Billy Lutes. A barbecue supper was served. Lost Cane HD Club Conducts Meeting- Members of the Lost Cane Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday afternoon with 22 members and nine guests attending. The program consisted of a demonstration by Miss Ruth Crosby of Memphis and a demonstration by Mrs. Gertrude Holiman. Group singing was followed by a devotional by Mrs. Bob Veach and prayer by Mrs. vvonne Han-Is-. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Veach. Mrs. Dorene Fisher and Mrs. Donald Veach. Party dinners can be less work for the hostess if she uses paper plates for as much food preparation as possible flouring fish, chopping nuts or salad greens .slicing potatoes and so on. Eliminates some pot washing, which is a real help when the kitchen is crowded. TRUSSES Spring or Elastic Abdominal Belts Kilty Drug Stores "OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! '" A~DMfssf6N~5oV CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature JOHN LUND-SCOn BRADY JOYCE HdLDEN CHILL WILLS » UNMRSM "URNMMAl PICTURE Also Cartoon — Little Anglers SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING 1st MHUIIS nnm Who'll b* hi* n»xt victim... YOU? The Hitck-Hiker It screams with thrills! Jt rings with truth! . .i a ,ri. 0 FRANK LOVEJOY EDMOND O'BRIEN-WILLIAM TALMAN ALSO TWO CARTOONS GOOD USED FURNITURE We are nnw using the second floor ot our store exclusively for used furniture. We feel by doing this we can serve our customers better In three ways. ^ We can give you more for your used furniture on new. 2. If yon want to buy pood used furniture we will hare It. 3. If you want to sell used tur- niture we will buy ft. In any of the three cases we would like the opportunity of figuring with you. Through our liberal allowance foi used furniture on new we have accumulated the largest stock of used furniture In our history. We Pay Cash For Used Furnifure We invite you to visit our used furniture department on the second floor. Alvin Hardy FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main Fh. '«02 re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39e At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature „.-/. 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