The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 18, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE, (ARK.V COURTER NEW» WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 Society NewA Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Mrs, Gesell Entertains At Country Club Mrs. Neal Gesell was hostess at (he Country Club yesterday for a dessert bridge honoring the weekly club, La Petite, and three guests Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs. Frank Whitworth and Mrs. Richard T. Mills were the club's guests for the afternoon. In an array of hues were the mixed blossoms which were set about the room In which the afternoon was spent. High score In the bridge game went to Mrs. O. S. Crowell, Mrs Max Usrey, won second high. • * » 1 Tulips Form Design For Luncheon Table Yellow tulips formed the centerpiece for a serving table at Country Club yesterday for luncheon - bridge complimenting members of Ihe Trl-Town Club and one guest, Mrs, W. T. Rainwater. Following the I p.m., luncheon the remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing bridge, with Mrs. Rainwater taking high score honors and Mrs. high. Gene Teaford, second Book Review Heard At Chapter Luncheon 1 " Fourteen members of the Charle. voix Chapter of the Daughters of 'the American Revolution heard a review of the book, "Poppa Was a Preacher" by Porter, yesterday by Mrs. R. F. Kirshener at the monthly luncheon meeting. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mrs. J. c. Ellis and Mrs. Hiram Wylie were hostesses for .the 1 p.m. affair in the > Colonial Room of Elotel Noble. Mrs. Klrshner was the chapter's only giiest. ' Snapdragons, dutch Iris and .spring blooms In a myriad of hues combined to form the central design for Ihe luncheon table. Tiny urn. :brellas, symbolic of sudden April showers, served as place cards. After the opening ritual for the business meeting, Mrs. Kirshner presented the review. Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., regent, presided. Wilson Woman Heads Council Mrs. Edd Williams of Wilson has been installed president of the Mississippi County Council of the Parent-Teacher Association. She succeed* Mrs. A. B. Rozelle of Luxora. Other officers who will serve with Mrs. Williams are Mrs. Glen Ladd of Blytheville, vice-president and ,Mrs. Sudie Cecil of Wilson, secretary-treasurer. " . Circle, New Member Meet Mrs. Edra Gaines met as a new member with the Business Womens Circle Pour of Calvary Baptist Church last night when Mrs. Jimmy Garner was hostess at her home to' the group. Prayer by Mrs. Gaines preceded the mission study lesson taught by Mrs. Marie Matter. , Mrs. Raymond Belknap gave the evening's devotional. Cake and ice cream were served by Mrs. Garner. FOR AFTERNOONS Mrs. J. C. Marcus Miss Lloyd Is Wed ' la Home ceremony Miss Mary Christine Lloyd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd, became the bride of J. C Marcus, in a single ring ceremony performed April 11 at the home of her parents. Mr. Marcus is the son on Mr find Mrs. Frank Mirc'ia of Blythevllle. The vows were exchanged at 7:30 p.m. before relatives and friends of tho couple. The bride's twin sister, Miss Martha Ernestine Lloyd, served as maid of honor. She was dressed In u gray suit worn with red accessor tes. A powder blue suit was chosen by the bride. She wore accessories of navy blue. Huey P. Marcus serves as best man. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus left for Chicago where the groom is employed, to make their home. At the time of her marriage. Mrs. larcus was n student at St. Vinent's Academy, St. Vincent, Ky. Mr. Marcus attended Gosncll choob and was formerly connected '1th his father In farming near .lytheville. * * * 'uiple Predominates n Luncheon-Bridge Purple \vas the color chosen to redominate in the party decora- ons used yesterday for the lunch- on bridge at the Murray Smart ome on West, Walnut honoring embers of the Tuesday Bridge Jub and one guest, Mrs. G. G iiudlll. Deep purple parrot tulips were rranged to form thB floral center eslgn for the luncheon table. The lace cards and appointments re- eated the hue. In the bridge game following. Mrs. lharles Crtgger won high score and Irs. W. C. Higginson, second hl^h. • * » V\rs. Mitchell lass Hostess Mrs. W. W. Mitchell was hostess ist night at her home to four mem- ers of the 1C year old girls class of he First Baptist Church for tile nonlhly class meeting. Mrs. Mitchell erves as class teacher. Beverly Jones, clnss president vas In charge of the business ses- ion. The evening's devotional was 'resented by Betty Montgomery. In a social hour following the adjournment, Mrs. Mitchell servec •efreshments. r ; -_,_. 8711 ._\C , . 12-42 By Sue Burnett Here Is a particularly lovely frocl to add distinction to your wardrobe. Created for afternoon wear it features a deep, button trimmed yoke, matching pockets, slim skirt Pattern No. 8711 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14 16, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size U, yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 25c plu 5c for first-class moiling, In COINS your name, address, size deslre< nnd the PATTERN NUMBER t Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W Qulncy Street, Chicago e, 111. Send 25 cents today for your cop ol the Spring and Summer PA SH1OX, our complete pattern mag Mine; It's colorful, interesting, in formative. Smart, easy to m a k frocks; decorating tips; gift pat terns printed ior you. Comino Events Social Calendar Thursday Fidahs Class of the First Baptist ihurch meets at 7 p.m. with Mrs Thomas Began for business social. Promised Land WSCS meets a 2'p.m. at home of Mrs. W. F. Fitz :en\ld. Mrs. B. J. Cure hostess to Thursday Club. Mrs. W. F. MeDaniel hostess to ilid-Week Club. Alpha Beta Bunco plays at thi home of Mrs. C. B. Klene. Mrs. Alex Curtis hostess to tin kibitzer Club. Mrs. Edgar p. Borilm entertain ig Thursday Contract. Thursday Rook plays at the home of Mrs. Orover Wren. Mrs. Ben Mac White hostess U ua Nuevc. Duplicate Bridge League 1 plays a Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m Pathfinders Ctrss meets at th First Methodist Church at 1:33 p.m fcr monthly party. Mrs. Elber Johnson, Mrs. Leon Burns. Mis Sue Osment and Mrs. w. w. Peek hostesses. Fri-lay Chapter "N" of PEO has t p.rr luncheon meeting at Country Clul Mrs. L. E. Old. Jr., Mrs. chcste Caldwell, hostesses. Mrs. L. M. Burnett. Mrs. w Stickmon, Mrs. Bess Slanton enter taining Past Matrons. Past Patrom club with potluck supper meeting at' the Burnett home at 1:30 p.m. Stitch and Chatter Club meets at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs ! F. A. Dorris. Mrs. Harvey' Dorris. co-hostess. Ladies Bible Class of the First j Methodist Church meets at 2:30 p.m at the church for monthly business- social session. Mrs. B. M. Matthews Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. Maiirie Hall and Mrs .Mary Henley hostesses. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel at 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club meets at Onm at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. S. E Tune Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr and Mrs. Marvin Smith, Mr. and Mrs John Lane and Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill, hosts and lostesscs Buii ness meeting at 8:30 p.m. in Coio- nial Room, dancing at 9 In Mirror Room. Informal dancing at Country Club beginning at 9 p.m. Delta Gamma sorority alumnae meeting at the Luxor* home of Miss Sarah Langston at l:3o pjn Bits of News Miss LuelEa Barnes underwent an ppendectomy yesterday afternoon I Blytheville Hospital. Miss Barnes ho Is a student, at Arkansas State ollegc, Jonesboro, arrived home unday, T. A. Folger, district manager ol le Life of Georgia Insurance Com- any, Is m Little Rock this week lending a district managers mcet- ng, Mrs. Fol&er Is In Forrest City, siting Mrs. George Hodges, a for- icr Blythevllle resident. Condition of N, J. Humphrey, who ndenvcnt surgery yesterday nt Kennedy Hospital, Memphis, Is re- orted as remaining critical. Mrs umphrey Is with him. Mrs. Billy King, Mrs. C. M. Baxer, Mrs. George Stilwell. Mrs. C Shamlin, Mrs. Joe Strickland Irs. George McGhehey are in Oseola today where they are attendee the District conference of the Vomen's Society of Christian Serve. They are representatives ol the tike Street Methodist Church, Y. T, Rowan of Oklahona, Miss. :> the houscguest of his daughter Irs. James C. Guard, Dr. Guarc nd family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson r., were Monday night ,gue.sts or Ir, and Mrs. Fred Cockran at their ome in Memphis. They were joined lere by 1st Lieut., and Mrs. Gene ykes of North Little Rock, former Jlythevllle residents. Lt. and Mrs iykes were en route to Camp Stew rt, Ga.. where he will be an assls- -ant staff judge advocate. Mr. and Mrs. John Walter Cocke ir., of Memphis are in BlythevUl or several days. They are visiting ,tr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Sr. ind other friends- Seaman Eugene O'Brien I e f Tuesday morning for Baltimore. Md. o enter a hospitalman school. Sea nan O'Brien had been visiting here vlth his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E, 3orcy. Seam tin O'Brien former!; ,'as stationed at San Diego. Calil Mrs. Victoria Gilbert is in Wall Hospital where she Is recoverin from Injuries suffered in a fall yes ;erday at the home ol her son. Her man Walls, in Pride Addition. Mr; illbert suffered bruises and abr'a sions and the fracture of severa small bones in one hand. C. A. Cunningham will return to day from Little Rock where he ha been on business since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lynn of Fliiv Mich., announce the birth of a son \pril 11 at Rntton'5 Clinic. Manila Ic has. been named Gregg Alien Mrs. Lynn is the former Miss Mar ha Reynolds of Manila and Blythe ,'ille. Mrs. Lynn and infant son or now at the home of her parents Afr and Mrs. Cecil Reynolds In Ma nila. Mr. Lynn has arrived fro Flint to hem. spend several days wit Mr. and Mi's. Fred Wahl were I Jonesboro last night to attend th annual PL-Gamma Mu banquet he Rose Room at Arkansas Slat College. Qualifications for member ship In the fraternity, are Junior senior rating, upper ton per ce of the class and a major in socia science. Mrs. Wahl is a fraternlt member. Mrs. Patti Knight of Selena, Tenn is the housogiiest of her sister. M Russell Phillips and Mr. Phillip Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Knight wi .eave in the morning for Binntup . Aln.. to attend a weddln They will return to Blythevllle tl first part of next week. A- '•• niythcrille T'ospiUl Dismissed: Mrs. E. B. Bourland, Manila w. R. Hall, City Eight Circle Mmbers Meet Eight members of Calvary Bap- !st Business Women's Circle Three met »t the home of Mrs. Darryl jimsford last night for a program uslness session. Prayer by Mrs. jimsford followed group singing I'hich opened the session. The brief business discussions .'ere ted by Mr. Hubert Polsgrove. IVfrs. C. S. Birmingham was In harge of the program on which .Irs, Georgia Hodge and Mrs. Don iycock appeared. The devotional, Gathering in Christ" wa.s prcsent- d by Mrs. Herman Mays. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Lee 'owe!! and Mrs. Polsgrove. A social hour followed. Winners Named n League Mrs. E. B. Gee and Harry W. iaines took first place honors In he weekly game of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League last night. Playing a seven table Howell movement, Mrs. Matt Monaghan ind Mrs. 5. B. Woodson took sec- >nd high honors. ouild Hears Study Chapters Two chapters from the study took, "The Christian's Vocation" vere presented Monday night for he Westeyan Service Guild of'the ^irst Methodist Church. The pro- ram was presented by Mrs. Vance lenderson and Miss Mary Hubler preceding the business session in hich officers were named. Mrs. Jim Lum was hostess at icr home for the evening. Mrs. B. F. Scott was named Guild president. Others serving with her vlH be Mrs, Henderson, vice president; Mrs. Kemp W his en hunt, reasurer; Mrs. B. B. Wilson, secretary; and Miss Hubler, promotion iecretnry. Mrs. Lum served party foods. Try This Batch of Beauty Batter For a Kitchen Recipe Facial By ALICIA HAFT NEA SUff Wrlttr If your skin's beginning to look as dull 15 a cloudy day, now's the ilme to go scurrying to your kitchen to mix a batch of beauty batter. Ingredients for a complexion- freshening facial will be found on almost every woman's shelf. The recipe* U a simple one, calling only for tablcspoonful of cornmeal and an equal amount of soap beads, mixed together In a saucer. Blend well and moisten to the consistency of a paste with a small amount of mlllc or water. After your mixture's made, prepare your skin for the beauty treatment by wetting It thoroughly. Then rub the meal-and-soap paste onto your face and throat. Massage lightly with your fingertips, paying particular, attention to trouble .spots like chin, nose and forehead where there are likely to be blackheads. When the entire area from hair- llne to collarbone has been thoroughly stimulated, remove the mixture with warm water cupped Into your palms. Splash It over your face and neck again and again until every trace of the grains has been washed aivay, A vigorous spanking of icy-cold water should be the next step, followed by a brisk towel drying. Your skin should emerge from this treatment shining clean and glowing. In order to keep It that way, nuke a check of your grooming ids. Dirty, bedraggled rouge and iowder puffs may undo the good WSCS Convenes In Barnes Home The women's Snclety of Christian Service of the Yarbro Methodist Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Walter Barnes for program-business session. Opening the meeting was the program, "Changing Patterns" given by Mrs. Elzie Wheeler. Mrs. Charley Krulz gave the opening devotional. Mrs. Glen Bunch, Mrs. Bailey Tarplcy, Mrs. Gene McGuire and Mrs. M. O. McRay were program participants. Prayer by Mrs. Wheeler closed the program portion. A business session followed for the 18 members and one guest, Mrs. Cecil Johnson. Mrs Barnes served party foods following the meeting adjournment Mrs. F. Haralson Addresses Group Mrs. Floyd Hi\ralson spoke on, "Rehabilitation anri Child Welfare' Last night at the bi-monthly session of the American Legion Auxiliary. . A business session followed for the 10 members in which the Mrs James Nlerstheimer, auxiliary president, reported on the spring con- feence held recently in Jonesboro. A discussion wa.s held for the spring poppy sale, with the date of May 27 heing named as the day for the annual sale. It was voted to sponsor a pester contest for the sale among the fifth and sixth grades of the elementary schools Mrs. Jess Russell wns appointed in charge .of the project. It wa.s announced that a poppy sale conference would be held Aprl For the casual approach to a new season.. This trim wedgie ... a bright, colorful style for spring is casually smart. You'll wear it comfortably throughout spring and into summer, too. Natural Linen with Domoc Trim .. . comfort and color f uI style tor Spring. Created by Life Stride. In Natural Linen with Do- moc Trim. $195 T Good Shoes & Hosiery The kitchen shelf yielded in- grcriieiits for this young worn- tin's simple-to-make, easy-louse home facial, \vork of your facial, again clotting your pores with grime. Wash your complexion brushes we 11 before usi nj- them on you r fresh, clean skin. And try substituting for your old puffs ste cotton balls which may be discarded after each make-up job. Winnibeth Buckley Heads Assembly Winnibeth Buckley last night, assumed the duties'of Worthy Advisor of tho Order of Rainbow for Girls, Blytheville Assembly Number 38, In 'ormal ceremonies at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Clarence Dowdy was instating officer, Mrs. Charles Alford. stalling maj-shall and Mrs. Dale lorn, installing chaplain for the i p.m. public service. Others taking office for the com- ng . term svere, Nita Rose Hall, vorthy association advisor; Sondra iimsford. charity; Allene U'lmberly. lope; Donna Sue Gore, faith; Sally rrieschmann, chaplain; Betsy Bell, Jrill leader; Meltaa Hill, love;" Marha Nichols, religion; Anita Sue Oldham, nature; Susanne Angel, mmortality; Carol Dowdy, fidelity: jarol Ann E3olt, patriotism; Frances rean England, service; Merry Nell ^ane, confidential observer; Rhonda Caton. outer observer and Rosemary Tonaghan, musician. Pat Hearn, recorder; Carol Ann 2G at Fort Root Hospital in Little Rock. Following the adjournment a dance was held with members of :he Legion. Baeily, treasurer; J. D. Smith, Rainbow dad and Mrs. W. D. Cobb, mother advisor, who were installed in mid-January rituals, retained their office for a year. In the absence of Mr. Smith. W. D. Cobb acted as Rainbow dad for the ceremony. Immediately following the installation. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb were host and hostess to the Rainbow Girls and their guests in a dining room at the Rustic Inn. * RUTH MILLETT * r orget Your 'Ideal Mate' If You Married Human One By RUTH MII.LETT, NBA Staff Writer The first thing any girl should do as soon as she settles down to Harried life Is to forget all her Ideal f what a husband ought to be. If she doesn't, it won't be long mtll she is comparing good old Joe vlth that Ideal husband she Is still •arrying around in her mind—and isually to good old Joe's disadvan- age. Let Joe settle down to being himself and he is sure to be different n many ways from his wife's Idea of an ideal husband. But If a girl forgets about the .deal husband she has put together .hrough the years, then she Is ready to be a good and understand- just herself - which, after all. he found satisfactory enough to want to marry. memberSp ' Judging from the letters that come to me from both husbands and wives, a lot of men and women never let go of their mental picture Ing wife lo Jos. REALLY KNOW JOE She can really get to know Jo«— how he thinks, how he feels, wh»t U important to him. whit It wonderful about him and what things sht will probably Just have to put u» with. That Is, she can learn CjK much about Joe If she Isn't alway« expecting him • to feel and think and act the way that Ideal of hers would think and feel and act. And If she suspects that her husband Is confusing her with his lde» of what a wife ought to be like, she can point out gently to him that she Isn't anybody's ideal wife, she Is Prayer by Mrs. C. A. Morgan followed group singing. Program participants were Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Walter Dyre. Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Hardln. Miss Yelverton presented a musical program. Prayer by Mrs. Hardin adjourned the session following a short business meeting. Mrs. Griffin served refreshments. of the ideal husband or wife. As someone else has put it: "Ideals have wrecked more marriages than any amount of ordeals." Read Courier News Classified Ads, Dell Circle Meets in Home Circle Two of the Dell Women's Missionary Union met in the home of Mrs. M. R. Griffin, Monday afternoon for the program. "Community Missions." Mrs. Ed Hnrdin and Miss Martha Yelverton were guests with the ten Bob up in beauty! Smart teens know — it's Bobbie IJras for th si "/*»<( T'r accent! And below the waist, nothing smooths you as beautifully as Bobbie Britches. Together, they keep yon trim *iT t«rrific all ovtrf Bob into comfort! Smooth you — yes! Pinch, f>okc orbinrl — never! Robbiff "Umicr-Wondcrs" are wispy light . . . soft, cotnfy. Bob away from fuss! h'fl no chore, caring for Hobbies. Swf?b through sud?; they gleam I A twinkling later, they're dry! , . . the oily "Umlrr-Wondcts" designed/or and by teens! Hohhic Hras in styles and fabrics for every daytime or dale-time need. Dohbic Britches in airy light Nylon Laftcx Net. Come choose your set of Hobbies lodayl Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and -1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Hox Office Phone 2752 — Office S'hone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1 :-15—Show Slarts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Wednesday, Thursday & Friday I JuSt got through psying the bills for . 8 SPENCER TRACT JOAN- BENNETI ELIZABETH. TAYLOR, DON TAYIOR Stilt* Floy by Aloi Ned Hi e^S fiormti Goc-drtcli r«t»cinJ by V1NCENIE JYJNMElir * Piodjced by Also Selected Short Subjects Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 p.m. Last Times Tonite DOUBLE FEATURE JERS behind beauty contest ,) scenes'.; out »rt H* ^mnw-uiri jeetwpincnK? 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