BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS Pat Muiiiu, Society Editor Phou« 4461 jNew York Guest Complimented , Kt Party Here I Lt. Chester CaLdwell and Sst, Dan faldwell complimented Miss Pal- !eia Melarkey. houspguest of the £a Id welt's, Sunday Bfternoon with | drop-In party. ' Mlse Metarkey Is from Balston 'jftke, N. Y., and Is spending several lays here. Among out-of-town guest* were rfr. and Mrs, Ben Lincoln of Little *ocfc, who were guests of Mr. nnd vJrs, MaurJce Sanders; Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Smith of Bftton Rouge, Ui., vho are guests of her parent/*, Mr, md Mrt. Harry Wcedman; Dick iViHIanu ol New York City, who is ;h* holiday guest of his parents. Mr. »nd Mrs. J. M. Williams; Mr. and Sire. Joe Ferguson Jr.. of Savannah, Ga. r and Miss Ardcrt Ferguson if Dallas, Tex., guests of Mr, and ! Mri.,J(K r>rg»&on, Sr.; T. E. Gees- •hn o'f Drev, Mlw,, guest at the F. E. Blach home; Elliott Lawrence of Greenwood, MIw.; Jerry Van Znnrtt pf Vfin'Buren, Ark., guest at the Henry Humphrey home; and Miss Muriel Knud.sun of San Antonio, Tex,, guest of her parents. Mr. rind Mrs. O, E, Knurisen. The rc/reshment taMe, on which 'stiver and crystal service was used, WHS centered with a low arrangement of pink and white snapdragon Interspersed wSth greenery, in * crystal bowl, flanked on either •Me by silver candelabra. Overlay- Ing ttie table v,'(is a white c\itworlt 'cloth In linen. J Those assisting In serving were ;Mri. Harry A. Hnhies, Mrs. Robert ' : McHaney. Miss Annella Humphrey, •Miss Connie Parker, Miss Betty •Black, Miss Ardcn Ferguson, Mrs. ''Joe Ferguson, Mrs. J, M. Willnims, •'Jr.. Mrs. Ij. K. Old ancf Mrfi. Elbcrt •Huffman. They were each given a corsage of white snapdrngons florets .ifor their Rhoutder. ! Miss Melarkes' was droned for (he occasion in a powder blue silk faille ; afternoon gown, with rhlnestone icllps, nnd block acce^ories. she was given E corsage of plnV, sweetheart '. rosebuds, : News In Classics NFMS Program Given at Church Twenty eight members ot the s'szarene Foreign MSr-Monflry Society met at (he church lor n regular Remi-monthly program meeting last night. Mrs. Eclell Thompson presided over the meeting, which was opened with tinging."Bring Them In," and "Ready," ]ed by Miss Bobbie Scymorc. Mrs. Beatrice Dunlven of Sterle offered n prayer. / Following the business session. Mrs, Gerry Tnnnble gave the devotional and Mrs. Dorothy Halforrl taught a chapter from their study. Mrs. Fannie Newman dismissed with prayer. looking outfits with this se\v-easy pattern. The beloved classic Is dc- George Green Gives Dance at Hotel Noble George Green entertained with a Holiday pnrty Inst nli?ht at Hotel Noble's Mirror Room for nbout SO friends and out-of-town guests. The lon« refreshment tahle, from which turkey, ham. other party lomls nnd punch were Korved was centered wilh a crystal howl niled with nocked hells In pnle green with clnppers formed from red carnations, tied with silver, which nlso formed the base. Silver cnndelnbra holding red la- pers were used Io nnnk the centerpiece, and arrangements of white gladioli n'cre used at Intervals throughout the room. The evening wnsspentlndanclng. DoflyTJeitTYWA Meets in Home lM Peggy Gllmer presided over a meeting nf the Dolly Hlctt Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Bnptlsl church last, night, when members met wilh Miss Ernestine Holt. Miss Marilyn Dougherty was In chnrgc of the progrnm on Palestine, and those assisting were Miss Betty Mulllns. Miss Patsy Bartholomew, student at Blue Mountain, Miss .nine Veach, student, nt Memphis Stale, imcl Miss Junnlla Overman.- Guests nt the meeting were Miss Bartholomew, Miss Vearh Bnrt Miss Overman. Mrs. J, A, Knderlin, counselor, gave the closing prayer.' Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. IX)Uis Cherry have as their guests Mrs. Alex Cavln of Little Rock and Fayetteville and J. B, Frazler of Chicago, who arrived today and, will remain (or several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marlon H. Smith have returned to their home In Val- Icju, Calif., after an extended visit with Mrs. Smith's sister, Mr*. I/JII- nle Pulgham. Mrs. Jess. Mctllin, tier mother, ot Carutheisvllle. spent several days during Christmas, and her brother. Walter S. Wright-and Mrs. Wright of Slkeston, Mo., also were guests dining the holiday. Miss 'Keen Norrls Is In Marhnna, Ark,, where she attended the Holiday Clnh dunce last night, and will be accompanied home today by Davi<l Doss of Heebo, Ark., who will l>e her guest for the Country Club dance tonight. While In Marlanna, Miss Norrls was'lhn houscguest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Andrews, Jr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Billy W. Wootpn iintl children ,are expected to return today from i'onlntoc, Miss., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Woolen's mother, Mrs. Wat- f.on Johnson. _ Mr. and Mrs. Vernoti LaFarlett and daughter, Teresa Lynn of Flint. Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Alexander, and the Hev. and Mrs. w. W. Peterson and daughter, Nina, were guests of Afr. and Mrs. rt. E. Davis Sunday. Mr. anrl Mrs.' D. J. Hodge, Jr., of Racine, wise., and Mr. and Mrs. of Clyde Newman and daughter after spending the holidays with ije'-" J " - TUESDAY, DEC. 90, 1952 Women With Sensitive Skin Use Hypo-Allergenic Cosmetics Women wilh super-sensitive skins lh.it do not react normally to regular cosmetics can find pleasure In Iiypo-allergenic preparations, Tliis girJ corhpleles a hath with special dusting powder (above left). Soap and pine hath oil were also nude for her type of skin &nd she will finish ,wlth a deodorant from the same nypo-allergeme line. She beautifies her face (above center) with foundation, rouge, eye make-up, powder and llpslkk formulated without any known Irritants. Before going io bed at night, she will remove the makeup wilh special cold cream and astringent. She applies nail polish (rlfht) that contains no sensilizers and, when removing it, she will use a h.vpo-allerffenic remover. If you have rud a dermatitU that your doctor has traced to a cosmetic, the complete line from which* this $irl chose her beauty preparation may be <he rliht line for you. These-cosmetics are especially good for teen-agers, Dell Girl Wed To Manila Man Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tate of Dill announce the marriage of their daughter, Sally Jii;inU;i. to Harold Uoyd Newcom, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ncu'com of Manila, The tercmony was erformed Oct. 5 at Lake City. Mrs. Newcom is a graduate of Del! High School and Mr. New- corn Is a graduate of Manila High School. The couple Is at home In Manila. Katie Hatton YWA Meets In Home Here Miss (Catherine Westbrook entertained members of the Katie Hat- Ion Young Women's Auxiliary of (lie First Baptist Church last night at her home. Miss Lounell overman gave the evening's devotional and a business session was presided over by Miss \Veslbrook, who is group president. Miss Adaline Lee taught the third chapter of "Rainbow South," n mission book. Following the dismissal prayer by Miss Overman, the hostess served refreshments. V A dog under 12 months old considered a puppy. ll crocheted and rocked, But these days Granny Is a glamor girl with Just spare time for her knltthY and scwln'. She Is so busy with her friends, vork, family and entertainment, that she rarely finds spare time on her hands. Mature beauty la not the same type of glamor that'youth possesses. If anything. It Is lovelier. The older woman has learned many things In her lifetime, and all of these things she puts to good use when she grows older. Memphis returned to their homes! Typical of the average grand- nfir.,. „.,„.,.I..,.. iu, ,._,,.,_. ..... mo t h( . r Io[)l , y ls Mre _ Cec j] c Rcy . nolds Brown of Flushing. N. Y. Mrs. Granny Offers Some Charm Pointers Time was when Granny Just.. siveiy dry, apply a stood rich lotion Havviet Alexander .Honored at Party ' Mrs. Edgar P. Boriitn entertained her grtintldaughler. Harriet Alexander, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Alexander, with a birthday party on her third hlrlh- day, when 28 Jrlends were Invilcd to attend. Cake anrt lee cream were served nnrl fnvors given to the children were color hooks ami coloring pencils. They spent, the afternoon In playing informally. Dlythcville Hiisnllal Dismissed: Mrs. Mntt Scruggs. Cily Ktxlhcrine BrR\vnr. city Phyllis AUord, City Atr5, WiHnrd Perry anci h.iby, City Willis Hosiillnl Dismissed: Mrs. Snlly Dixon. City of 35-inch; Jacket. 1>4 yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, nnd the PATTEHN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. signed with short sleeves, or make Rendy for yon now—Bnsic FASH- It sleeveless; the brief jacket Is col- ION for '52, Vail nnd Winter. This lartes nnd so neat. new Issue 1* filler! with ideas for Pattern No. 88M is a sew-rite per- smart, practical sewing for a new foralcd pattern in sizes 12. 14, 10, 18, season; gift pattern printed Inside 20; 40, 42. 44. Size 14. dress. 3K yards the book. 25c. S/Sut. and Mrs. H. p. Dean and daughter, Klmberly Ann, left Monday for San Antonio, Tex., after n visit ot two weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stone nnd Mr. ami Mrs. T. p. Dean. Mrs. Will H. Ray of Cooler, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. •I. C. Harnish, here, for several weeks, Dan Atkins, who Is a student at Qitachila College In Arkarielphla, ind Is spending the holiday vnca- ,ion here, was In Jonesboro yes- icrdny nnd Paragould today to vis- It relatives. Miss Frances Snedecor and Miss Sh.irln Boyri of Forr Smith are the isucsts ot Miss June Wilson nnd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bakor Wilson. The three attend University of Arkansas. ..Mrs. J. F. Smith has had as her holiday guests, her sons. Henry Smith nnd Mrs. Smith of Dnllns, Tex., nnd Mnrk Smith and daughter. .Susan, of Memphis, her daughters. Mrs. Sam Kikes and Air. slkes ot Humbold, Tcnn., and Mrs. Frank Wllks. Mr. Wllks and daughter Anita, or Cnrulhersvllle. and her brother. B-'&C Fowlkes and Mrs. Fowlkcs, also of G'nrtithersvflle. Air. nnd Mrs. C. M. Grny have Iwifl as their guests, Air. and Airs. C. M. Gray. Jr., nnd son, C. M. Grny. Ill, of Dolhan. Ah., who re- turner! to their home today. Air. and Mrs. Dec McTlwnin spent the holidays in Fredricktown, Aio., with her sister. Mrs. EMnn Gnrtung, nnd another sister, Mrs. R. N. Chandler nnd Mr. Chandler of Hil- po, Colo., who were also there for the holidays. Guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe nun sons over the week end were Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Sargent nnd sons. Ronald and Pete, of Memphis. Commerce Department In 1925, and re-transferred to the Interior Department in 1034. Drown, who has rcnred n family of five nnd has six robust grandsons, finds that In her life there Is never R dull moment — besides n vigorous social life she does a full- time Job each day. And she believes that Is the life every mnture wo-j 4. Vse makeup but don't plaster or cream before sudsing yourself. 2. Older hands should look capable and hnve their own special type of beauty. They must be kept scrupulously clean to look their best. Scrub them frequently with a soapy nnll brush. If you're doing dirty work, scrape your nails over a cake of soap beforehand; this! prevents grime from lodging under' them. An older woman would look a Mttte silly with the smooth hand ot a young girl. A wrinkled hand can have Us own special charm. If nail-polish Is worn It should be ot lighter, depp-pink shades. 3. Qray hair, far from being a handicap, cnn be an asset? Silver locks coitfed In a simple style that Is smart but easy-to-care-for can be beautiful. Gray or graying locks must be kept sparkling clean at all times. man should lend. Says she: "Time on the hands breed.* un- happlneM. The older woman should .keep busy ivllh a definite Job lo do each ilny. IT she has her own Income she will not be dependent upon nnynne, nnd this vrlll make her happier. Then, too, If she must BO nut to work, she will endeavor to keep youthful, pretty and vigorous i-hleli will not only 1 great tsTacttnn to her, but will help keep hisr employed." £ Mrs. Brown offers this beauty formula for the older woman: 1. Soap and water cleanliness is a basic beauty ingredient at any nge. Daily bathing is increasingly Important with the years. A 10- mlnutc soak In warm water nnd soapfimis each day Is relaxing and soothing _lo the nerves. Bathing helps tone the skin, helping to combat any tendency toward I it on. Concentrate on the subtle, not bold effect. Maecara anrl eye-shadow usually will only point up Ured lines In the older woman. Older women whose jaws might have're- ceded a little due to the loss of lecth might find Upstick a problem to apply. It should always be done carefully so that It does not look smeared around the corners of the mouth. 5. Fussy style* are especially unflattering to the older women. A simple dre.ss or suit Is her best bet and she can soften the effect of dark materials with crisply laundered white touches at sleeves and neckline. Pearl necklaces and jeweled pin sprays are her best costume jewelry accents. Double Oianpe Created In 1910 as part of the Interior Department, the Bureau leathery look. If the akin Is exces- of Alines was transferred to the Coming Events Tilrsdiy OES Installation at Masonic Hall begins nl 8 p.m. YOU Can Have Natural Gas You don't hnve to wait any lonpcr to onjoy the many advantages of N'alural Gas. We'll finance your natural gas pipe inslal- lation for you. and let you pay us hack on lo\y monthly installments. Call, write, or come in mid see tts for complete information on this plan dial makes it easy for you to have Natural Gas Service RIGHT NOW! No obligation, of course, Ark-Mo Power Co. 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