The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1953 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO m.YTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPT. 1Z, 1951 PARADE NEWEST FALL FASHIONS — Shown above are models from the annual F.isMon Show Tea, presented by the Junior Auxiliary, yesterday, when "Fashions Under the Big Top," provided a theme for the event. In the top row are Mrs. diaries Langston, Miss Maxine Hill, Mrs. James C. • Guard,' Mrs. Jerry Cohen, Mrs. Russell H. Parr, Mrs. W. L. Moxley, Mrs. R. A. Porter and Mrs. Mavis Scttlcmirc. Models showing toe latest la junior fa.o.ions i.it.-cond row) Sus: n Hn'-c-nix'ck, Lyn LawiUie, Diane Stii! mid Janet Hudson. {Courier News Photos) Blytheville Junior Auxiliary Prsssnis Annual Autumn Preview, 'Fashions Under the Big Top/ at Hotel Noble With their interest in new style trends intensified by'Bragedonon. Her matching velvet the first crisp days of autumn, more than 500 women at-!* 1 !"'. a Brandt oricinai, was sprm- tended the Junior Auxiliary presentation of "Fashions Un-Circus ^"formed tte band der the Big Top" yesterday at Hotel Noble. ! Mrs. Uoyd stickmtm modeled a velvet, bouffant cocktail dross in . The Fashion Show Tea, which is Fashions selected from Miss | nn snme K i 0 wini! shade of re-1 A str.ged annually to help finance Whltsitt's Shop and The Tot Sho,) Harvey Bcrln creation it was fash-! Junior Auxiliary child welfare pro- were paraded In the Mirror Room |onod with a Ilattcri'ni; diamond! jects, attracted many out-of-town which was transformed Into n gala : neckline and featured a fitted guests from Northeast Arkansas "Big Top." j bodice wltii bracelet-length sleeves and Southeast Missouri. Mrs. W. T.' Mrs. H. A. Nelson, dressed as-a:, lnt j n f u ]i crisp skirt. Rainwater sewed as chairman of Gypsy fortune teller, was commen-1 A cnpclet of nntur.il wild mink ! this year's event. tutor for the showiiiBs while Mrs. j highlighted the appearance of Mrs.! Guests were greeted at the door c - M - Smart played background V V. L. Moxley. With it she wore a : *by Mrs. Blan Heath, co-chairman, music on an electric organ. j Mountain Home jersey dress of ice and Mrs. S. E. Tune, president. . .•'*** i blue, styled with the neckline Tea was served in the Rose Ol'KNING THE show for Miss trimmed in rich velvet and set off Room from a table which carried Wliilsitl/s Shop was a group of! by rhinestone buttons. Her brown out the circus f.heme. Centering : three dresses In Circus red. Ap- felt hat with tiny flowers on the the table was a tiered arrangement pearing first on the f.tage wns Mrs. j brim was by Brandt. , of colored zinnias and Beauty as- Charles Langston, who modeled a ! A dress designed for the merry- j tors on a revolving pedestal. The velvet shcuU dress by ilarvey IfO-round of a busy Fail schedule' tiers were covered in red, green, Berin, The dress was frosted at wns the Harvey Berin creation: gold, silver and blue toil. the collar and cuds with w'-lto modeled by Mrs. E. L. Taylor of Atop the pedestal sat a toy i'ncn for dramatic contrast. The Haytl, Mo. Of Forstman sheer wool clown holding in one hand vari- ljnclt w " s detailed with soft gnth- crepe in dark blue, the dress Was! colored balloons and flowers, ami ers at the waist and a deep slit appointed with buttons In li match-1 in the other an umbrella tied with a"lrl. ing shade of blue. The slim s.;lrt! tinkling bells. At the bnso of the i Second In the trio of Circus red *" s , si " for walking case. Mrs. arrangement was gold frlngette, ensembles was a Rembrandt orig- • ra - v or ellosc n nnv y fc| t clocho by edged with toy balloons that Inal worn by Miss Jean Campbell. swirled as the pedestal revolved, j The soft sheer wool Ure.s i w.-.s es- Seated at the tea table were Mrs. ! pecially striking with its scooped F. Don Smith and Mrs. John Cau- mink-trimmed neckline. Thrown Maclcap. Stepping mil next under the BiR Top was Miss Mnxinc Hill in a costume suit by Marion McCoy of dill the first hour, and pouring the over her shoulders was a full: California.,. Fashioned of F.;rtsman second hour were Mrs. Max Logan length day-into-evening coat ofl wool. Its blue-flecked, gold and and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe. black velvet, fashioned by I. M. white Italian tweed jacket rmrmon- Thompson-Mills Wedding Held - Now making their home In Tcxa City, Tex., are iMr. and Mrs. Ha Richard Thompson, who were married Aug. 22 at Carthage Metho dist Church. Carthage, Miss., with the pastor, the Rev- J, B. Holyfleld officiating. Mrs. Thompson is the former Miss Mary Elizabeth Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J- D. Mills, Sr.. of Carthage, Miss., and Mr. Thompson Is the son of Mrs. J. L. Thompson and the Inte Mr. Thompson Blytheville. The double ring ceremony was performed before close friends and relatives. Mrs. Carl Long Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Carl Long entertained at her home last night for members of the Stitch and Chatter Club, when Mrs. Doxie Prayser was Welcomed as a new member. Game prizes were awarded to Mrs. Thomas Dorris and Mrs. Frayser. Mrs. Long served assorted party foods and iced drinks and was assisted by Mrs. Morris Ozment. Mrs. Harrison Hostess to Club Mrs. A. S. Harrison entertained nt her home Thursday night for members of the Vendredl Bridge Club. Zinnias formed the centerpiece at the dining room -table, where dessert was served preceding games. In the game room, the same flowers were used. Winners at the cards were Mrs. J. Max Walters, high score; Mrs. Richard Osborne, second; and Mrs. Clyde Patton, Jr., bridgo, Leso Tomlinson Has Birthday Party Lest Tomlinson, daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson, celebrated her first birthday Thursday »t their home, when nine friends and their mothers were entertained by Mr,i. Tomlinson. Party favors were given to the children-, • and birthday <t£akt was «ervcd with ic« cream. Bits of News d tuj f-^ci'3 on at Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson will leave Tuesday for New Orleans and Biloxi to spend the week. While Mrs. Branson is in New Orleans 'zed with the gold of the trim-fit* tins Jersey dress. To complete hot ensemble. Miss Hill chose a gold clip hnt by Heath. Proving: that show-stopping fashions come in the tiniest siz;;s, Th* Tot Shop presented four little misses who modeled Fall and Holiday selections for tots and toddlers. First was little Susan Hollcnbec'k. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wade Hoilenbeck of Steele, Mo., in a Klcp- per original coat of aqua wool fleece (.rimmed with brown velvet bows. Brown, velvet nlso lined the tunnel collar. It also featured a gently flaring switch back and slit poc- kel.s. Susan wore a matching clip hut, mid carried a tiny bug of brown 1 * velvet by Mighty Midgets. Dressed to enjoy the exoitwnent of n visit to the circus was Marie Wiltly, dnughlnr of Mr. and Mrs. Earl wildy of Leachvilh?, Her Johnston original "Indian Summer" ensemble also would be perfect attire for a little school starter. Fashioned of denim tweed in rich brown and earthy tones, the ensemble featured a striped Jacket, , over a solid jumper and blouse of harmonizing hue. Designed for holiday parties was! the crisp taffetta modeled by Ruby I Kay Koehler. ,riaushtPr of Mr and, 11 Mrs. M. J. Koehler. The tiny black and white* check was given added pertness by a double organdy collar and red velvet trim on the deep tier gathered skirt. A red carnation corsage and Christmas jingle bells on the pettisktrt completed Sen FASHIONS on Pape 3 yonv. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Lomond of Trenton, T;;im., have been in Blytheville for the past few days to b<? the guest of their daughter, Mrs. Ben Hnrpule, and family, They plan to re-turn lo their home tomorrow. While here, Mrs. Rhea Blake of Memphis, Mrs. Hiu-pole's sister, drove up for several days. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coleman and children have gone to Clarksdale., Miss., to spend the week end ns• ———-=7--: guests of her parents, Mr. and League has meeting. American Legion Auxiliary meets. Wednesday Mrs. Maurice Sunders ts hostess ecutive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Thursday TLE Club is to be entertained at the home of Mrs. Bob Blaylock. Mrs. N. G. Jerome is hostess to -•-•••• ••.«-."« ~ ;•"'•" —-——; rnembcrs ol I,a Nueve. to C. and Q. Bridge Chib. , A winner , s ^^ - s to [je played Suclbury PTA has 3 p.m. general at Hotel Noble by the Duplicate meeting at school, preceded by ex- \ Bridge League. with her son and family, Dr. andJ Mrs. Dortch Campbell, and othe; Mrs. Cecil Branson and children, relatives. Mr. Branson will go to Blloxi for the Gulf State Regional American Institute of Architects. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs has gone to •ristol, Va,, lo visit for three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Mark Richards, Mr. Richards and family. Four Blytheville boys were pledged j sUilhition nt 3 p.m. nt the Ocldfel- to Kappa Sigma fraternity Thurs-j lows Hall with 11 officers to be In-j Coming Events Sunday Rainbow for Girls has public in- OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN ot SHINE! At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. p. U. Treadway, City Walls Hospital Billy Wayne whittle, City C. D. Nance. Steele. Mrs. Charles McDermont, City Cloyce Dixon, City AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. day nt the University of Arkansas. Included were Pat Smotherninn, Johnny b'Brien. Johnny Halsell and Donald Gentry. Mrs. Ella Howard of Tampn, Fla., las returned lo her home niter a short visit with her sisters. Mrs. E. D. Ferguson and Mrs. W. N. Stan- .on. Mrs. Q. H. Del.ong left today for stalled by Mrs. W. C. Colston. Monday Study Group of Christian Women's l-'elUwship oi First Christian CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Atlanta. for a three-weeks course In floral design at the Harper's School of Design. During her tay in Georgia, she will be the guest of her sister, MI'S. Dan Tylev. Jim Deer, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'hilip J. Deer, was named on the Church hiis 2 p.m. meeting with ( Mrs. ,). w. Rainwater. j WMU of First Baptist Church has | business meeting und Royal Serv- i ice program nt 2:30 followed by! j a ten. Women of the First Presbyterian Church meet, in Circles ns follows; Circle One .with Mrs. C. F. Blakemore with Mrs. J. B. Fisher as co- hostesses at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Two with with Mrs. T. J. Mfthnn wit.r Mrs. Byron Morse as co-lmstess at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Three with Mrs. 'Parris McCnlln wilh Mrs. Buford SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program —Plus— dean's list'at Hemlrix College, Con- ; Y(Hm , ls ,.„.,„..,„,. al 2 . 30 . way, during the summer session. circlc Folll . tvlu , Mrs Rodllcy 'B an : He is now a student at University f Tennessee School of Medicine n Memphis. Ronald J. Phillips. Jan Rayder nd Harold Wayne Wright wore ister with Mrs. Neal Ocssell as co-hosless nt 2:30 p.m.: Circle Five with Mrs. Edgar Borum with Mrs. Spencer Alexander and Mrs. J. E. Carter as co-hostesses nt 8 p.m.; lodged Thursday to the Pi Kappa I and Circle Six at the church with Mpha fraternity at University of I Mrs. w. C. Leggott, Mrs. Bob Arkansas. ' j Burns and Miss Patty June Davis Mr. and Mrs. Oarrett Abbott left! at 8 l'- m - oday for Baton Rouge, La., to takej Circles One and Two of Trinity heir son, Fred Abbott; who will! Baptist Church have Roynl Service nter Louisiana State' University program and business meeting with here. ! Circle Two giving the program. Mrs. R. O. Roseborough of Sena-L. Sll "! y Gro "» of pirst Christian Church has meeting with Mrs. obia, Miss., has been neve this f eek as the guest of her daughter, Ars. Johnny White, Mr. White and hlldren. Arriving tomorow to I Re tokah Lodge has 7:30 p.m. pend the day with the Whiles meeting at the lodge hall. James Rainwater at 2 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Ellis Is to be program leader. nd to return Mrs. Roseborough to er home will be Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Roseborough, Jr., also of enatobia. Among those leaving for school oday are Miss Merry Nell Lane, Tuesday Members of Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Slgmn Phi meet with Mrs. Perry Darby at. 013 Pecim at 8 p.m. Mrs. Paul Hughes Is co-hostess. Executive board of Blytheville ho was taken to Columbia, Mo., Council of Church Women meets at y her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John <i:45 n.m, nt the home of Mrs C nne. She will enter Stephen's Col-, M. Gray. 1028 Main. ege for Women for her freshman Country Club Duplicatt Brldg* Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY First Blytheville Showing Mote Shocking than SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program UNDCRSeA_RAID£Rl SERIAL — "LOST PLANET" No. 12 CARTOON—"PHI LH ARMANI ACS" SUNDAY & MONDAY TERESA WRIGHT -MACDONALO CAREY ALL I DESIRE Paramount News & Selected Short! " Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 3!)e At All Times . LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature .„,„». BftRBftHAHftLE-ftLEXHICOL %:ial Piduie ^•i/ecm/to^f m™«Il SMSSffl WIU6IF< MlllSHX <SBs Serial: Jungle Drums No. 11 Cartoon: Hold Lion Please SUN &- MON Double Feature — AND — BEWARE. MY IOVCLY METRO NEWS

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