The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 23, 1954
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1UO BI<YTHEVTLL1i! (ARK.)' COTTRH5R NEWS •ATORDAT, MITUART ft, »N - Society News — n.» u,,11;,,. &vi»tv Editor * Phone 446 P»t Mullins, Society Editor MODELS — Shown as they appeared yesterday afternoon in a style show, "Spring Fever Fashions.", are (left to right) Miss Butonne Stalling*, Sue Ann Sallba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sallba, and Mrs. James C. Guard, who served as commentator (or the affair. The show was Riven as the monthly program for the Woman's Club. (Courier News Photos) Woman's Club Sees Style Show Highlighting yesterday's activities was a fashion show given for the Women's Club at the clubhouse. Theme of the program was ''Spring- Fever Fashions." Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson was chairman, and was assisted by Mrs. James C. Qua rd, commentator. Fashions were from Hays Store, Topflight Junior Style 8804 Sue Burnett Certain to be a hit with juniors for early spring wear — n young, fresh and so clever frock .with plenty of style news, interesting detail. Pattern No, 8804 Is in sizes 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 4 yards of 39-Inch. For this -attern, send 3Qc in COINS, your name, address, si/c . desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the latest issue of Basic FASHION, The new Spring '54 catalog: will rtelight you with its up-to-the-minute stylos that are; sew-simple. Send 25 cents today the Tot Shop and Feinberg's, Mrs. Eddie Saliba presented musical accompaniment and Mrs. N. G. Jerome was in charge of decorations. Arranged about the room were pastel parakets, in bright cages, tropical fish in colorful'aquariums, and a touch of spring was lent by bouquets of early spring blossoms. A two-piece dress of African print was shown by Miss Mnrjorie Dougherty. It featured H swirl of full skirt wil.h smoothly fitted sleeveless blouse, A Cape Cod butcher linen jacket of beige was added with a luggage beige and chartreuse cumberband. Mrs. Jess Homer appeared next in a smooth, sophisticated Cape Cod sallcJoth sleeveless dress in white with a matching belt. She complimented the dress with a Jacket m navy and white. A Mademoiselle, designed by Jull- oUe. of tropical breeze black linen .shaped in a slender close clinging dress was worn by Mrs. Eloise Nicholson. The scooped out neckline with bertha collnr and pocket was piped In white. Mrs. Nicholson's hat was or black Milan straw. another Juliette creation for day or night was a Bara. Crepe sheath j fashion worn by Mrs. Bill Wynll. Jeweled pins adorned the navy blue dress with mulching bolero. She completed her costume with a Paramount hat of Navy Straw. Mrs. Rny Sweeney en to red the fashion parade wearing a surrah print oF black find white with R black sash and dashing chartreuse linen bolero for a Spanish accent. Black faille In a duster by Hobbies topped a pink lace dress .over l.nfTeta by Jonathari LoRtui, when Miss Bnrbnm CaHer appeared on the improvised stage. A three-piece wool gabardine and silk print was shown by Mrs. R. A. Porter and designed by Josselle. The fitted skirt wns topped with n smoothly fitted jacket with deep yoke effect in nt^vy wool, while a white and navy printed nscot from the blouse, which matched the jnck- et lining, swirled (o a crescent at her .shoulder. Miss Julia Cruse showed a two- piece pure linen out.flt by Hobbles. The sheath dress in brown linen complimented by eggshell accents was topped with a boxy Jacket in brown. The newest in, short, boxy jackets was shown by Miss Linda Taylor, with the suit of burnt sugar. The, shantung lining matched the blouse she wore. Miss Butonne Stalllngs modeled turquoise print with a delicate tracery of flowers under a black rayon fitted coat which had a matching lining. Completing the outfit was a pink can-can petticoat. Children's clothes were modeled to conclude the program. Cynthia Dillahunty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'George Dillahunty, in an aqua velvet dress with Marie Wlldy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wildy of Leachville, In an orlon and wool dress, were first of their group. Ruby Kay Kofihlpr modeled a crisp organdy with nylon net half slip. Joan Gean showed a chromespun dress by Johnston. Shanda linen in a white sport dress with pleated skirt wns worn by Judy Kelley. Sue Ann Sallba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Sallba, modeled a denim tweed ensemble, of solids and stripes. To conclude the children'* program, Cynthia again appeared in a quilted print robe with an ankle length gown. , Mrs. Atkinson and Mrs. Guard wore dresses from Hays and Fein- bergs for the afternoon. An Invited guest at this event was Miss Carmen Carey, who modeled an original Japanese klmona. Mrs. H, C. Bush conducted a business session later in the afternoon. Luncheon Given For Teachers A luncheon WHS given yesterday tor the (cache™ nt Blytheville High School when members of the Future Teachers Club, with the assistance of Miss Luna Wilhelm entertained. The lon£.table, which was adorned with blue,- and white candles was lined down the center by greenery. Guests Included Mrs. Harold Stockton and Mrs. Bill McLcod. About 25 attended the affair. The FTA sponsors are Emery Wilson and Mrs, O.E. Quelmalz. Officers are Sammy Joe House, president; Hugh Hopper, vice president; Pntsy Ynrbro, secretary; and Patsy Caldwcll, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Eldredge of Little Bock are the parents o daughter who was born yester day at the Paris, Ark., hospital She has been named Elizabeth Lee, Mr. Eldredge Is the son of Mrs. Baker Wilson of Blytheville. Mrs. B, S, Simmons of Dell was admitted Thursday to the,Baptist •lospltal In Memphis, for observa- .lon and treatment. She Is In Room 160. Mr. Simmons Is with her. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson left •csterday for St. Petersburg, Fla., o spend several week's -vacation. Yeoman Seaman Harold Wayne 3ann has received orders to report o San Diego, Calif., Jan. 25 aboard hip for overseas duty, He has >een stationed for the past two •ears at Moffett Meld, Calif. He s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tollie !. Gann of 809 North Franklin, Blytheville. Mr, and Mrs. James E. Jarett are the parents of a daughter, orn this morning at the Walls [ospital. The baby, who has a ister, Brenda Lou, 5, has been nmed Sandra Lynne. Mr, and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris ere in Memphis Wednesday night ir a reception at Brooks Art Galery celebrating the opening of the eventh year of American Associa- of University Women's Picture Rental Library. Mr. Norris wa of 30 artists who were ho red guests at the reception sine is painting was accepted for th ental service. Another Mississlp ountv artist \vhose painting wa ccepled tor the service was Mr; ixie Durham of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saliba le esterday afternon for Iowa Park ex., where they will attend th imeral services tomorrow for Mr.« allba's father, .U. G. Kildow. Mr nd Mrs. Saltba plan to retur ome Tuesday. C. T. Snamlin of Blytheville ha itered Kennedy Veteran's Hos :tal In Memphis where he Is d undergo an operation. He is ii Ward B-l. Dick Wilson of Tampa, Fla., soi of Mrs. B. B. Wilson of Blythev: and Mrs. W. C. Rnney of Linden Tenn., Mrs. Wilson's sister, and Mr. Raney, who were vacationing | in Winter Haven, Fla., when Ih [film "Easy To Love," was being made, appear in the movie, which Is showing In Blytheville this week end. Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Norrls, Jr., are the parents of a son who was born Jan. 5 at, the second Di vision Field, Hospital In Munich. Germany. The baby has been named William Henry Morris. Ill, Mrs. Morris is the former Miss Gloria Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 1'endler were in Memphis Thursday to see the production, "John Brown's Body." Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty and Jean Louise Taylor ore In Dyersburg, Tenn.. visiting with Mrs. C. C. Lee for a few days. Mrs. Waddy Moore move Wednesday to Fayetteville to make' her home, after completing this semester leaching at Dell High School. She was accompanied to FayeUevlDe by Miss ."imona Crafton, who Is visiting several dr.ys at the Delta Delta Delta sorority house. Friday Club Entertained Mrs. Farrls McCalla was host ess yesterday at her home to mem bars'of the Friday Club, when she entertained with dessert bridge. Hyacinths were used In the g»me rooms. Three guests. Mrs. Vernon Thonv asson, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs Joe Pride attended the affair. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Oscar Fendler. for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M . Forgetful Applicant. HARRrSBUEQ, Pa. M')—One man seeking a Job with the Harrisburg City Police was stopped at the finger-printing stage. He asked why. "You probably have a record," he wns told. The applicant protested he didn't. "You served a term in a reformatory, six months at the Pennsylvania Industral School, were in a penitentiary in Vlriginia three years and were put on parole In North Carolina," a cleric read from a file. "Oh, I forgot about that," said the applicant. Wonder State Ignored LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (/p>—Any- bocly want to mine some colum- biiim? Arkansas State Geologist Norman Williams says there is an untapped depoisl; near Magnet Cove, Ark. of of the rare metal used In jet engines. The firms he has tried to Interest have rejected it. The United States now imports all to Its col- unibium from Africa, which, comes rarely to anybody." Husband Should Not Feel Most Important A wife writes: "You recently wrote a column about a husband who claimed the family car as his own and wouldn't even let nil wife use it. "My husband Is like that. Everything w e own is his alone. And It's not because ^ I started out that way. I have al- wa y s said 'we' and 'ours,' and he has always said, T and 'my' Ru(h and mine. He says he" earns the money, so 'naturally' It is his house, his car. etc, "Of course, I work %• hard as he does, taking care of our two small daughters, doing all the housework myself, etc. "Since my husband also reads your column, how about discussing this matter?" It goes without saying that any wife and mother who does the housework for a family, looks after children, cooks, markets and so on. works as hard as the man of the family who brings home the pay check. She is earning her own way, just as much as the husband is earning his. Any rnan who doubts that would Former Resident To Be On TV A former BlythevllLe minister It to appear on « New York television program Tuesday, when he will perform a marriage ceremony there. He Is the Rev. P. H. Jernlgun of Sclmer, Tenn.. formerly minister of Calvcry Baptist Church, who left yesterday for New York City. He Is to perform the ceremony of his niece, Miss Eleanor Carolyn Jernigan, to Chester Clayton Judkins. of Oklahoma City, on the Bride and Groom show. Miss Jernigan has been a frequent visitor In Blytheville with the Jernigan family and in Cteceola with Dr. and Mrs. L. Houton. , Thfi program will appear on ihannel 5, WMCT at 11 a. m. Tuesday. change his tune in a hurry ii he Coming Events Monday Young Women's .Auxiliary o! First Baptist Church meets at the home of Miss Cliffie Overman. Woman's Missionary Union ol ^rinity Baptist Church, meets in Iirn!es as foUows: Jewel Aber- lathy Circle at 2 p. m. with Mr Howard Besharse, Evelyn Staffer Circle at 2 p. m. with Mrs. E. G Lovell; Marion Coot Circle at i. m. at the church. Woman's Society of Christia Service of Lake Street Method!; Church meets at the church. All circles of Woman's Missior ry Society o/ Calvary Baptis Church meet jointly at the churc t 2 p. m. Number Nine Home Demonstra ion Club has monthly meeting. Rebekah Lodge, has 7:30 p. m ueeting at the JOOP Hall to maX tlans for their part in the march o limes. Tuesday Mrs. D. B, Abbott !s hostess t the Yarbro Home Demonstratio Club at her home at 2 p, m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Bet Sigma, Phi has canasta-bridge part; at. Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m, wit! Mre. Cecil Kelley and Mrs. Jo Freeman as hostesses. Mrs. Rupert Crafton is hostes to the La Petite Club. Tuesday Bridge Club member Parties Given For 2 Choirs • partiM wer* given Thursday night «nd lait night, to entertain members of tht grade choir and of the Junior choir of the First Presbyterian Church, following a buffet supper Wednesday night for the adult choir. Thursday evening, the grade choir and their guests totaling 70, attended the annual event in the church basement. After an evening of folk games, sandwiches and drinks were ierved. Chaperons included Mr. and Mrs. Jess'Horner, Mr. and Mrs. A. O, j Hallman and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan.• I The party was duplicated for 501 members and guests of the Junior group last night. Chairmen W e re Mrs. Harmon Taylor and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Chaperons were Mr. and Mrs, Horner, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marr and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman. Mrs. B. C. Bailey is director of the choirs. Meeting Held by Bridge Club All m«mb«ri of the Frld«^r Contract Club were present yesterday when Mrs. C. W. Oarrlgan enter- alned at the home of Mrs. Kussell 1, Farr. Dessert wai ierved during the afternoon. Mrs. George D. Pollock won first ilace, with second going to Mrs, ?ver had to take over his wife tob for a month. But there Is more to partnership between husband and wife than i life's earning the right to it. Un ess a man la willing to regard his wife as his partner—ismply becaus she Is his wife—there isnt' much chance the marriage will be happy 'or the wife certainly won't be. No human being likes to be .reated as an inferior. No wife likes o be made to feel that she is lea. nan a fuU partner to her husband Any man who denies the rights if partnership to his wife is bound o ha^ve g. discontented wife. Anf logman with f discon^en^d, wi'fe "aaWa chance for real happiness Imself. So your husband is being pretty hortsightcd with his "I" and "my' alk, and his silly belief that he more important than you are imply because he brings home the »y check. If he insists on your being less nan his partner, he'll be cheating ilmself in the end. Good pieces of furniture with Irawers have center guides he bases of large drawer open- :igs to permit easier gliding, and here are guiding grooves or blocks long th sides. Watch for these 'hen buying furniture. To make dusting easier, use old otton socks, worn like mittens. COMPLETE, MODERN SERVICE We are prepared to provide our complete and modern service In your residence, church, or our own Funeral Chapel, Holt Funeral Home Walnut St Broadway Phone 4571 X \ i / fair wea Hint 1*^ meet with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. , Tri-Town Club is to meet with Mrs, James Lee Brooks. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has weekly meeting. Wednesday Lange PTA has .2:30 p. m. ex ectitfve board meeting with 3 p. m general meeting. Mrs, F. E. Black Is hostess ti the Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Marvin N. Nunn is hostess to the Town and Country Club. Mrs. C. W. Afflict is hostess to Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admiasion 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature . — MY WHtTUEY ' lETTYUKRHODa EMMCTTLYNN n ?KO Radio r.-r.Uat. — AND — Serial "Capt. Kidd" No. 7 Carfoon "To Boo or Not to Boo" SUN. & MON. Double Feature leu !Mfr • »imi Min rmKM if WITHOUT RESIRVATIOiS IMI* 1KT > m*w4 If Hit i Uff — AND — fOUK rAVORlTF. AfPI.MNCr. DEALER TODAtl Ark-Mo Power Co. A i the ^Hospitals Blytheville Hospital i Dismissed: Elizabeth Lovelady, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harrison Allen and St. Louis. Steve Elliott, City Mike Chimon, City Mrs. Juanita Casey, City Carolyn Gentry, City Pamella Parks, City baby, Fresh iodine stains will come out in warm soapsuds. Old stains should be moistened and allowed to dry in bright sunshine. Apply a paste of starch and ammonia to stubborn stains and let dry. Then brush off and launder. Chapter "D" of PEO. Deltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has meeting: at Hotel Noble at 10 a. m. Thursday Mrs. Harry A. Haines is hostess to the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Jerry Scrape is hostess to members of the TLE Club. Mrs. G. G. Caudill is to entertain the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham is to be hostess to the Mid-Week Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. f. O. Jerome. C. L. McWaters, Jr., o Mrs. O. O. 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