The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 3, 1953
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PAGE FOUR ULYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEB. 8, 195S Pat Mullins, Society Editor Barksdale-Wagner Wedding Party Complimented at Rehearsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waencr were host and hostess last night for a rehearsal dinner given for Miss Shirley Bnrksdnle, Frank Wagner, Jr and their wedding party. The affair -took place at the Rustic Inn, following a rehearsal at Immaculate Conception Church. Guests were seated around a long table, which was centered with an arrangement of white carnations Interspersed with white mallnc puffs, forming a fan shape. Miss Barksdale was given a corsage of pink carnations which she pinned at the shoulder of her turquoise silk afternoon gown, worn over crinoline. Her accessories were black. Before the four-course chicken dinner was served, champagne was served, and the traditional wedding toasts were made to Die bride and groom, Marking guests places were the cards holding a wedding (loral design. Oifts were presented to the members of the wedding party, and Miss Barksdalc received a string of penrls from her fiance, which she will wear In her wedding today. Mrs. Bob Walden entertained Saturday afternoon for Miss Barksdalc with bridge and -canasta party at her home, when orchid and white carried out (he color scheme. Seen in the Waiden home were arrangements of orchid and white gladioli, and white wedding bells. Winners In the games were Miss Barksdale, who won high score in v bridge, Mrs. Charles Smith, who won high score In caticvstti, and Miss Eula Smith, who won the bridge prize. Grey, shantung over red crinoline was the honoree's choice for the oc- casslon. She wore a short jacket of red, with a rhincstone studded collar, and Mack accessories. Mrs. Wnl- den pfimcrt a corsage of gardenias at her shoulder. Other honor guests were. Mrs. James Barksdaie, mother of t li e bride-elect, and Mrs. Frank Wagner, the groom's mother. Party Is Given For 80-Year-O!d Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander, Jr., gnvc a pnrty at ttietr home last night In honor of Mrs. Alexander's mother, Mrs, Mary Hnycs, who celebrated her 80th birthday yesterday. A birthday cake decorated with a pink and white checked design centered the table. ' During the evening, watching television provided the entertainment Out-of-town guests were Mr. nn<: Mrs. Walter Denton of Luxora, anc those from here were Mrs. Mars Ethel Simmons and son, Billy nnd Mrs. Belle Wood. Pictures were taken ol Mrs. Hayes and the group as she opened her gifts. Bits of News l Prepare Hair for Easy Setting By Applying Cream While Damp Color Makes The Trim Auxiliary Holds Meeting in Home Members of the Woman's Auxiliary of SI, Stephen's Episcopal Chnrc' held an 8 o'clock mc-cllng nt th iome or Mrs, Robert 1. Thompsoi ast evening. Mrs, D. H. Heanisberttcr opcndc he meeting, and Mrs. LcRoy Hud dleston gave the devotional. Follow ng reporUs ftoin the officers, Mr W. J. FH/hugli conducted a buslne. session, which Included reports of 0 findings nnd resolutions commute from the nnmml meeting in Fir BluEf. Benediction \vns Riven by the Re W. J. Fit/.hugh. Refreshment.-! wf?i served by the hostess. KN'OAOED—Mr. nnd Mrs. Jolin Wesley SUlllngs, Jr. nnnounco the engagement and approaching riaEC of their daughter, Miss Peggy June Stallltiss. to Charles Robert Jnckson, son ol Mr. and Mrs. JI. D. Jnekson. They plan u March wedding. Katie Hatton YWA Meets in Home Here Miss Kn therl ne Westbrook w ft ft lioslcss la^t night (.o members ol tUft Katie Hntton Young Woman's Auxiliary ol the First Baptist Church, when all members attended. After the year's watchword was repeated by the group, Miss Pat Mullins opened the meeting with prayer. Miss Wcstbrook conducted n business session, anil Mbs Maxinu 11111, ntu-rnlor and Miss Millie Ann Mullary, Intcrpretor, presented the program. Miss Mickey Allen led the closing prayer and cherry tar Us nnd lend chinks were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son, Jerry, were week end guesis ol Dr, and Mrs, O. W. Eadcn and James Cecil Lowe. II. on Kingsfoury Place In St. Louis. They also viiltccl Mr. and Mrs. William Woods and daughter, Dianne, of Belleville, III. Mr. Lowe, II, student at Washington University makes his home with the Eades. Mrs. Dee Mcllu'ain and Mrs. Herman Walpole were In Whitewater, Mo., yesterday where they attended funeral services for their brother, Virgil Kinder. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Scrape announce the birth of their second daughter at Walls Hospital yesterday. The baby, who has been named Susan Alyce, has a four-year-old sister, Barbara Jane. Mrs. Scrape was before her marriage. Miss Dorothy Moore of nldgely, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Estes have returned from Memphis where they were called Friday because^ of the serious Illness of their daughter, Mrs. J. H, Land, who 43 a patient at Methodist Hospital there. She Is reported to be much improved this morning. Mrs. Joe Bynum left Sunday for Rockvlllc. HI., to Join her husband, \vhcre the couple will make their home. She was motored there by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Robson. Mr, and Mrs. E. • D. Ferguson returned home yesterday by plane from Richmond. Virginia, where Ihey have been guests for the past several weeks of their daughter, Mrs. llobert Smart and family. By ALICIA HAHT Does your hair seem stringy and lifeless after it's been washed, even though It has fine texture and you use a gentle shampoo? your scalp may be in otherwise good condition but Just docs riot exude enough natural oil. To be really manageable when you set, It, each hair should be separate- rather than tending to bunch—and the mass should be fluffy hut pliable. Sufficient oil evenly distributed gets the hair Into this manageable state. If your scalp does not send out enough oil, you need to massage it every flay for stimulation. Your daily brushing must never be neglected. But you want quick results after you've washed your hair and cnn't wait for weeks of proper treatment to bring about manageability. Try a hair cream Immediately following your s)iami>oo to make ii easy to wcrk with. One hair- This girl lias just shampooed her hair and, while It was ucls manufacturer makes nn ex- damp, applied scalp treatment Program Meeting Held by WSCS Here Mrs. Cecil Luslc presided nt weekly meeting of the woman's Society of Christian Service ol Lake Street Methodist Church, when they met til the church last night. Plaits were completed for a dinner to be served the East, Arkansas Water Association Feb. 20- Mrs. Don cellcnt one packaged In a tube. You sciiiecze ft onto the scalp—about half a tube per treatment—while the hair Is still dripping wet. and work it into a rich creamy lather with finger action. Massage the lather Into your scalp and through and through the hair lor even distribution. After you've done this you can Immediately rinse It out with warm water. Set. your hair while slightly damp. The film of cream that remains evenly coating the hair even after rinsing is what makes for manageability. An even more beneficial way to use this hair cream is to wrap up your head In a waxed-paper cup after you hayc worked up the creamy lather. Such u cap comes packaged with this hair cream. Apply heat over the waxed-paper cap. You can .wrap stedming-hot cream. She ties up hair prettily while..cream takes effect. rurkish towels around your heac changing them as they cool, or use an'infra-red heat lamp or a hai ryer. About half an nour of this hea application is all that is necessarj Rinse out the excess hair creni and proceed with your drying an setting. After this treatment, yo» hair will respond to manipulutio just as you wish. VALENTINE THOUGHTS! Jewel Boxes, Compacfs, Earrings . . . lovely costume jewelry for her on Valentine's Day! She'll love a 'distinctive' gift from Tht GIFT SHOP! Jusl received! Valentine Bridge Tallies, California Artificial Red Rosi-a, WaUr Lillies and Morning Glories; Artificial Fruit, and other wonderful items. New Gift Wrapping for all occasions! Coming Events Members Tuesday of the Mary Marlha Yavbro WSCS Has Study in Home Members of the Yarbro Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church nctri a semimonthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Monroe Bcsharse. After a song was sung by the group, Mrs, W. 13. Hammond gave Class of the First Baptist Church have supper parly at 7 p.m. at t;he home or Mrs, Russell C. Farr, when Mrs. J. M. Walls is co-hostess. Miss Polly Stewart is hostess to Birthday Party Given at School Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O. Ellis honor' their six year old daughter, Bobbie Site Ellis, on her birthday yesterday, when they pave n surprise par- „ ty nt her home room nl school. " the evening's devoUonnl mid Mrs. -,u_ I Carl linrto Uitz gave the devotional and Mrs. members of the Alpha Alpha Chap- Joe Shnuks led a prayer. tcr of Beta Sigma Fitf. at 7:30 p.m. After a song and scripture, Mrs. Mrs. Roy Klrksey is co-hostess. Cecil Lask dismissed with prayer. Wednesday Mrs. Charles Brogdon Is In charge of a program on house-plants, which is to be given at 2:30 p.m, for the Garden Uepnrtment of the Woman's Club at the club. Mrs. James 8. Clark is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. G. O. Poetz Is hostess to members of Club Eight. CIS meets with Mrs. Lewis lien- derson. Mrs, E. J. Cure has Wednesday Club meeting. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Mfirvin M. Host announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Juanita Hast to Seaman Edmornl D. Drane, son of Mrs. Edna Drane. nil o( Blythevllle, on Aug. 23, 1952. She is making her homo with her parents while her husband is en route to Korea aboard the USS Manchester. Hobble Sue Is a first grndc fit dent at the Immncculnte Conception Catholic school, and her 26 clnssmnlcs were served ice crenm nnd cake by Mrs. Ellis. Mrs. 0. B. Kllen and Sister Cabrjnl. 8926 3-8 ftl. By Sue Burnett It's fll lor a tiny princess— an adorable button front dress for young girls cut on .simple princess lines. Scalloped collar and pocket flaps are In a colorful contrast. Pattern No. 8926 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 3, 4. 6. 7, B years. Size 4. 2(4 yards of 39-Inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your nrmie, address, size desired, anil the PATTERN NUMliER . to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 315 Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical \varnrobes; gHt V> tern printed Inside the book. cents. Methodist WSCS Meets for Program Thirty-five members ot the Woman's Society or Christian Service of the First Methodist Church ea">- ercc! at the church yesterclay for a program meeting. Mrs. W. A. Holllngsworth gave the meditation. Mr. H. W. Wylie irogram lender, -showed n film 'This Is Africa." A business scsslot was conducted by Mrs. w. H. Wyatt and In a social hour following, Mrs James V. Dates, hostes-s, served re frj'shmcnts. n led a prayer. Mrs. Chares Krutz gave the closing chapters "These Right. 1 ; Wo Hold," anil new study book, "African Hcrl- BC,'' 1 was begun by Mrs, M. O. Mc- iy ami Mrs. Nota Bunch. Following v. brief- business session, rs. Deshursc served refreshment. 1 ;. Jh ic ^fo^fjtlftld lIlvllK-villc Hospital DEsmtsseii: Mrs. R. B. Neal. .city. Mrs. Paul Jobc. city. Walls Hospital Disrated.: Mrs. H. D. Bennett, Victoria. Mrs. Helen Muluui, city. Wi J •%jlr Insist on the Best . . . 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