The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1949 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 7, 'orties That Bloom in the Garden Chemical Spray Fra-La-Capital Hostesses Hate 'Em Spares Nylons WASHINGTON (NBA) _ That] good Idea. After three outdoor par- Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Farr Entertains Bridge Club and Guests ! ' Mrs. Riis-sell 11. Parr \va.s hostess Tuesday when she entertained the Tr!-Tpwn Bridge Club and six Biie.its at the Blvtheville Country Club. Guests \vere Mrs. MeK-in HaLsell. Mrs. Charles Afllic-: Jr., Mrs. Weldon Rainwater, Mrs E.M. Tery Jr., Mrs. Colcmnn Stevens and Mrs. Bill Boyd of California. During the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. James Terry won Irish score' for the club members and Mrs. Garrard Caurtill second high. Guest high was won by Mrs. Rainwater. Bouquets of mi.xed summer flowers were used as decorations. The hostess served rcirc.slnnent.s of a dessert cour.se. Mrs. Stella Davis Weds In Single Ring Ceremony 1 Mrs. Stella Davis became the bride of Jess Bunis In a single ring ceremony solemnized Sunday, f| July 3, at the home of tnc Rev, A. B, HSU pastor of the First Baptist Church in Luxora. The couple had as their only attendants, Mr. and Mw?. Norman Hopper and Mr. and Mrs, Jimmic Sykes. The bride wore a sheer dusty rase frock with white accessories. Following a wedding trip, the couple will make their home on North Sixth. He is employed at the Post Office in Blytheville. :La Nueve Club, Guests Meets with Mrs, Jerome ', La Nueve Club members were entertained last evening at the ;home of Mrs. Newell Jerome together with two guests, Mrs. Frank Edrington of Qsceola and Mrs. Bill Boyd of California, who Ls visiting her mother, Mrs. S. P. Martin in Blytheville. Attractively arranged in the entertaining rooms of the home were vases ol mixed summer flowers. In the games played, high score , : WH.S won by Mrs. Jerome, Bits of News Misses Jerry Jo and Glenda Lew-is returned home from St. Louis, Mo., I where they visited with friends and relatives for the past t-wo weeks. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lewis motored to St. Louis to accompany them home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson I During the evening, the hasten Sr. returned yesterday from Oxlord, ttf\ L E SOL" v highlighti golden Klinti in otherwise dull hair when hair brushing and hair selling are polished ofl out-of- doors. AJler » squeaking-clean soaping and rinsing, blot up excess moisture from w e I hair. Then sellle in the sun with a good stiff spiral brush. Best technique for polishing locks as you brush is to sweep spiral b r i s t le s briskly from nape of neck to crown —all against the grain of Ihe hair. Then brush hair from each temple to the lop ol your ( head. Make a parting for your favorite summer hair-do and brush again from that line of division, this time with the grain. Now cinch up small pin-curls and dry quickly under the sun. Alicia Hart— NEA Staff Writer Film to be Presented At Gosnelf Methodist A religious film, "Janus' D~ii?h tcr." win be presented by the Gas ncll MethodiM Church Sunday, Jill 10.at 8 p.m., as a part of the them of the .service. "Jesus, Hie Grca Physician." Mrs. I/-e Anderson, associate pas tor. who for -several weeks has bee in charge of the church service while the pastor, the Rev. Lee And er.son. Is attending a summer cours at the Southern Methodist Unlver sity at Dallas, Tex., announced tha the film will be shown for groups ;rom various churches. lad, mad garden party season Is Ith us again, and everybody Is lad al it. Trite time each year. Washington society moves Its drinking out into he open. And, simultaneously, here begins a period of great ang- ilsh (or Hie elite. In spite ol the large number glv- n, everyone appears to despise the arden party—host 1 ;, Ruesls, scrv- nts. gardeners and caterers alike. Out of the few exceptions is a but- er at a big embassy ,wlio says it's asier to handle drunks out in the pen, where there's plenty of room n case of a tussle. He says Ihe re.sh air keeps 'em all sober tong- ir, too. What fresh air docs to the eiiests s one thing many hostesses seem to lave against garden parties. "Peo>le Just seem to eat and drink so much more when yoti entertain outside." says one experienced Washington society woman, "and t's almost impossible to plan prsp- crly." • • • Wilh a note of obvious relief in her voice. Airs. J. M Helm, ihe White Hou.se social secretary, announces thr>t President and Mrs. Truman will not hold their traditional garden pnrty this year The excuse is. the White House is undergoing repairs. Of course, they're not doing anything to the white House grounds ties in one week, I've got garden- party-foot, i don't know why they don't give you a place to sit down. The only Alternative li gvass stains/' A waiter: "The last one I served t had to walk a half-block from the pantry to the lawn with every tray. Phooie on garden parties." An embassy jarHenfr: "For the last two wcek.s, I've been picking forks and broken glass out of my Jonquils. Gardens are for flowers, no', cocktails." , A caterer, tike Clarence H. Ellis. who runs one of the town's mast prosper OILS catering firms, knows the trials and tribulations of garden parties as well as anyone. Because of (he weather, he say.s. you never kno\c until the last minute whether to set up outside or In. More silverware ?ets. lost. His help has to walk farther and work harder He says: "On top of everything else you can't force a e»est to stay either in or out. Last week we set up In side and evervbody wandered out on the lawn We had to change our whole arrangements while the party was going on. Next day we set up outside and everybody wandered into the living room and stayed there." Ellis' firm is equipped to handle any and all problems ot the garden pasty. Recently lie even had to move a large bed of flowers at the be eagerly made available to the Trmnans But it is said that Mrs. T, likes the garden function le.ss than the other social affairs in winch she must participate. Putin? it mildly .Mrs. Helm says, and many adequate gardens would Saudi Arabian embassy, put in sod to make room /or nn expected crowd, and then replace the flowers afler the party. g Only one Washington hostess In a spot check could be found who was genuinely enthusiastic about "They are really'extra bother, vou I the whole garden party idea. Her know." reason: "You wouldn't believe how it Thii girl t»»r* • MW chemical o* her ih*crt*t ajloM to m»ke them Ufhljr recMut t* runs. Ry Alleii H»rt NEA SUff Writer Sheer 'misery—as you watch i snag slowly ladder up the knee of your sheer nylons—may be a thing o( the pasl. A new bottled liquid product promises to make even the finest of rlrt'.ss hose as highly resistant to snags and runs as any girl could want. The stuff, a colorless chemical, goes on in a fine spray with your own atomizer, or in an even coating over seams and toes, with soft felt applicator. The chemical settles in * WE, THE WOMEN * m> Bulk MiiMt NKA «Ui| Writer Just a Note to Neighbors: Don't Spoil My Husband Mama Is getting ready lo take* the Mds to visit Grandma for » _ .—.,». couple of reeks. And she'd like TfOCfc ihett Suspect Lo leave instructions tor her friends as well is a note to the milkman The full bill of particulars against the floral frolic Is a long one, with all concerned registering vnlid complaints. Some typical comments spell out the attitude. A hostess: "You buck the wind. sun and rain. Not until everybody has gone home caji you be absolutely sure you've had a garden party outside, what with Washington weather the way it is. On top of that, the high heels wreck your lawn." A RiieM: "If they'd serve DDT wi'h every cocktail, so you could defend yourself against the mo- and bugs, il would be a saves the carpets." Wage Strike Ends Power Service to Paris Homes PARIS, July 1 liPf— Electricity \va.s abruptly cut off In 66 percent of Paris home.s and buildings today by a \vage strike. Suburbs also were affected. Gas pressure \vas sharply reduced, and the .state-owned power company asked risers to ration themselves. Power plants In the north, at Lille and Maufoeuge, also were idle. "Please," the note might read, "don't break your necks to Invite Papa to dinner every night. "How am I roing to make him realize how lost he Is without us. if you don't ever give him a chance to miss home-cooked dinners and my companionship? "If you out-do each other every evening serving him company meals, he's not going to get a chance to miss my cooking. "If you put yourselves out to be charming lo him. he's not going to get a chance to see how lonely a house can be without a woman. "And furthermore, I've lined up a few odd jobs I want that ni?n of mine to do while I'm away. With us. out of the house he's got a perfect chance to paint the kitchen, re-hang the screen door, etc. "Hell have plenty of time for those odd Jobs- if you don't give him the 'eligible bachelor's rush.' "Sure. I know you'll tell yourself you're doing It for me. Just doing your part to keep a lonely husband from being lonely. "Won't Hurl Him lo Miss Me" "But being wives yourselves—you ought to know it doesn't hurt" a husband to have a chance to miss his wife occasionally. Just between Ordered Held /or Trial A. C. Clay, Luxora Negro, was ordered helo to await Circuit Court action in Municipal Court (* morning on a charge o! grand \i ceny. Bond was set at 11,000. Clay Is charged with the Ihefl of a ton and a half truclc from Deita Lumber Company yards Tuesday which was later wrecked near Promised Land. He entered a plea of not guiKy to the charge. Tho average freight train con- sated of 38 tars In 1922; by 1934, the number had increased to 46. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starls 2:00 8:00 a.m. U:4.~> p.m. <:30 p.m. LISTKN TO KLCN us girls, that's part of the reason I COOL . . COOL . . COOL but completely invisible film over each fine nylon thread alld can't he washed or worn out. It lasts the life of the stocking without affect- ins the color of sheerness of the hose. Bill even chemically bathed stockings need fine care: No harsh scrubbing, wringing or scorching- water for their nightly rinsing. Stockings should be dried over * smooth-as-silk drying rack with seams and toes pulled to shape. All gaiters, should be fastened In the reinforced slocking top. and even "roll" garters should not come below that double line. a toueh, J why we try to get away once in awhile, isn't it? "And there's t ne other little thing wrong with this having n husband invited out every night while his wife is out of town. "All those dinner invitations he accepts so blithely have to be returned. And you know who has to return 'cm. I do. It's easier to come home to a kitchen full of dirty dishes. left by the husband who has been 'batching it,* than to a dozen dinner invitations that have to be "So, please, discontinue dinner invitations until further notice." Refrigeration Air Conditioning Thursday & Also Shorl Continuous Showing Everyday *«rved refreshments of a salad course. Mrs. Nichols Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. R. W. Nichols was hostess yesterday when she entertained her bridge club at her home on Armorel Road. Guests other than the members-were Mrs. Jack Hale, Mr5. Arthur Vance and Mrs. Lester Stevens. Mrs. O. B. Thomaa received high score in the brirtBe games with Mr*. Hale receiving second high. Centering the dining room table was a white pottery bowl filled with a reclangular arrangement of gladioli. Placed on one lable in.the living room was a blue bubble vase holding white and salmon colored gladioli with other pottery vases filled wilh assorted flowers completing the decorations in the home. After the games, the hostess served a dessert course. Miss., where they visited with relatives. They went especially to attend a reunion given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Sykes of Al- ricn, N. Y. Mr. Sykes Is an uncle of Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. chamblln returned from New Orleans, L-a., where they visited with Iheir son. Dr. William D. Chamblln Jr. and Mrs. criamblm. wlio recently moved 'there from Philadelphia to mflkc their home. Mrs. R. J. Mnhan anrt daughters. Mrs. W. B. Tanner and Mrs. Margaret Mahan Bell and her daughter. Miss Betsy Bell, left yesterday for Junction City, Colo., where they will visit with Mrs. Marian's son, Dr. T. K. Mahan and family. Russell Campbell and daughter. Miss Joan Campbell and John Ed Hegenold of Armorel left yesterday for New York where Mr. Campt. bell will attend the Fall market.••—--; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kemp spent" the weekend in Rtpley and Henning, Tenn.. to visit with friends and relatives. They were met in Coming Events Social Calendar Thursuay The Nu phi Mu Sorority will meet with Mrs. C. G. Redman in the Court House at 7:30 p.m. Friday The Friday Rook Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. William Berryman. Mrs'. Ross Moore will be hraless to the C.B.C. Club. Ar The HnsnitaU Hlythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Juanita McKinncy, Burdette. Gladys Baker, city. Andrew Joe, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Creslon Crumb, Dell. Mrs. K. H. Ferguson, city. Mrs. Marion Burdine, Sleelc, Mo. J. F. Dixon, city. Mrs. Curtis Downs, Dell. several (lavs here as guest of his brother, W. E. Wade and Mrs. Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Obert Hilch spenl several days in St. Louis, Mo. While there they attended the bnllgames. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lemon* left this afternoon for Battle Cveek. Mich., where they will spend two weeks a'. Battle Creek Sanatorium. Mr.s. Walter Rosenlhal is spending two weeks in New York. She accompanied her son, Harold Rand, there following his visit here for .several days. Enroute to New York they visited with frienda In Naih- ville. Tenn., for several days before leaving by plane from Nashville. Lieutenant ami Mrs. Bill Morgnn arrived by plane yesterday from Fort Sumter. N.C., to be the guest of hLs parents, Mr.- and Mrs. John Whitrey Morgan Sr. They came especially for the wedding Sunday o! •-his brother. J. Whitney Morgan jr.. and ili=s Jo Ar.ne Shanks, which will be solemniied tt the Methodist Church. Memphis by Mrs. Kemp's brother, "r- ™d «"• ° N - Forrest and ncs. who accompanied them i family E- Jo there. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Berger of Berkeley. Calif., are the parents of son barn July 3 at a hospital there. Their second child, he has been named Eric Lawrence. Mrs. Berger Is the former Miss Margaret Johns ot Blylheville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Johns, al.so of Dlytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson went to Bowlihs Green, Ky.. over the holidays to be the guest of Mrs. Johnson's mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Moore and son. David IMuV.hr;ul returned rec- entl\- from Colorado Springs. Colo.. where they visited a week with Mrs. Moore's sister .ind nrnther. Mr and Mrs. Woorirow Nowinan and Frunk Moore. They were accompanied ihere by Mrs. Ellen Comuiily and Mrs. I.ee Moore. A. W. Wadr arrived from his home in Tupelo, Miss., to spend o! Blylheville, Mr. »nd Mrs. Herman "Hart and family of Bur- deltc. Mr. and Mrs, Ewell Walters and family of Luxora went to Barfield Monday where they held an all day affair which Included n fish fry. Mrs. O. N. Forrest visited her soli. Wilson Forrest and Mrs. Forrest in Mempl.is Sunday. Mrs. Jes.=c While and daughter, Martha Ann, and Mrs. Alice Womack returned recently from a tour through the southern states. While away, they visited several ante-bellum homes at Vu^sburg. N'a'.chr?. and New Orleans. They First Mr-lhediit Chnrch. cola. Fla., Gulf Port ami other IHiint.s of interest. Mclba Jean Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher, led yesterday for Chicago. 111., and Benton Harbor. Mich., lo visit with relatives. She nil! be Rone a month. Her brother. Lenny, motored her to Chicago. r Bov Office Upcns G:45 Show Starts 1:110 Opens S«n<la> r.OU-. 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