The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 4, 1951
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PAGE FOUR Jane Sheltoa, Soci«ty Kditor CIB Club Plays Bridge At Jack Webb Home Mr«. Jiick Webb lut night was hostes. *t her home on Wfst. Walnut Street to memberi or the CIB Club for »n «vening of playing bridge. Zinnlu noitinj in low bowls marked the enUrUiuiIng rooms In which the evening was spent. In the game,' Mn. Ramon Morton took high score, Mrs. Robert 1. Thompson, second high and Mrs. Harold Nunn. bridge. A dessert course preceded the gatne. Jewel Pin Ceremony, Dance, Banquet Planned Plans for a Jewel Pin ceremony, banquet and dance were made Tuesday night by members of (Jie Alplm Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority at the bi-monthly business discussion. Mrs. Ray Ssviney and Mrs. Troy Graham were hostesses at the Swiney home (or the atlatr. Mrs. Swlney led the business discussions anrt In the social hour tallowing a dessert course and Iced drinks were lerved. Mrs. Partlow, Club Eight Hostesses; Guests At'tend Rate* »n<t potted plain* decorated th» H. O. Partlow hom« on Kentucky Street yesterday afternoon when Mr». Partlow entertained for the weekly bridge game of Club Eight. Mrs, Jes« Homer was the only guest. Tea guest* with the club were Mrs Christine McElroy and Mrs. Clova Bell of nine. Mich., houseguests o Mrs. Paul Jobe. In th« bridge game, Mrs. a. O Poetl took top honon, with Mrs Homer winning second high nn Mrs. Orahsm Surtbury, brldgo Separate* To Mix-Match This young woman's foredcud furrows flee on wines of Irans- parent (ape, which kee|i her brow serene is she sleens. Taped Brows Are Beauty Aid (By SKA Service) The furrows plowed by tinio, worry or III temper between a woman's eyebrows detract from her be.iuiy more limn she sometimes realizes, Largely this is so because these lines speak of imlmpplness and annoyance In the rather than of happy times, such as those recorded by laugh lines. If your forehead Ij marred by these vertical rtent.<i, try to keep your brow as serene as passible at i all times to prevent their growing deeper. If« helpful, too, to lurn to smoothing out measures while you sleep. One simple trick you might adopt Is that ot applying t wo short lengths of truiuparciit tape In a V pntlcni to hold your between- JJ-ebrows area tauUlurlntt the night. Apply the tape carefully, attaching It first Just above the base of your nose. Then smooth the furrow upward and outward with one "and while the other follows attaching the Up« ivhilB the line is temporarily erased. 8644 4-14 vn. By Su« Burn«tt A gay little trio that's sure to delight the grade school miss. The dashing weskit is so groivn-un looking in a bright plaid, blouse and skirt mix or match with similar Items in her wardrobe. Pattern No. 86M Is a sew-rile perforated pattern in sizes 6 g 10, 12, U years. Size 8. weskit ^' yard of 51-Inch; skirt, % yard; blouse. IS yards of 35-inch For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size demred, and the PATFERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 373 W. Cjulncy Street .CWcngo 6, Send 2S cents today for the Fall «nd winter FASHION, is pages of Kmart. easy to sew styles; Interesting features; fashion news Gift P»tlemi printed inside the book IMPORTED Holland Bulbs Cho*** ye>Dr» rl^hi »wny w hll MlectLoiM »r« coraplett. TULIPS, DAFFODILS. HYACINTHS, CROCUS, AND MANY OTHERS. Blfiter, Better Bnlh. _ , f , (h, most for yo»r money. These >re the chokfsl of bnlb« Imported dlrtd to n , , r „ m Holland. PAULBYRUM Hardware & Seeds Hi E. Slain RlyUterlN Circles Meet For Program Biulncu Women's ClrclM Tliret »nd Pour or Culvary Baptist Church met Tuesday n i R i,t st u, e church for the program. "PreiJarnllon for tha Purpose of God," which was <il- rccled by oircle Four and led by Mrs. Jim Oarner. Program pirtlclpanii w«r« Mn Vernon Boyd, Mr.s. Hubert Polsgrove. MM. c. 8. Birmingham »nd Mrs. Oarner. Mrs. Jim ROM prcscnud the devotional and prayers wcr. offered by Mr«. Mrs, Birmingham »nd Mri. Leland Hodg«. Prayer by Mrs. polsgrove closed h» progrsm portion and Mrs. Bob Cole-man directed the brief bnslncM discussions lolloa'irig. Rook Club Ha* Meeting In G rover Wren Horn* Due to a crowded calendar and activities of ihe National Colton Plck- ln« Contest, the Thursday Hook Club yesterday held their weekly session. Mrs. drover Wren was hos- tsss nt her Osceoln home for the affair. In tlie same. Mrs. Wren won high score, Mrs. W. B. Mayo, second high Mrs. l.eon Scherer, rooko and Mrs Eugene Blrwn, low scorer. /ilrs. Wren served a snlnd plate and iced drinks. Dclpliians Discuss 'Women and Jobs' "Women and Jobs" was the topic of discussion lor member* O f Ihe Ucltunlnn Chapter of Ihe Delphian Society yesterday morning at the croup'* bi-monthly meeting at Ho) Nnltlf. Participating In Ihe discussions were Mrs. Kendall iterry. Mrs Jot Atkins. Mrs. J. p. Friend and Mrs Nenl Gescll. lub Department Makes Activity Plans at Session Silver Tea plans lor Nov. 7 were liscussed yesterday at the monlhly meeting of the Harden Department of the Woman's Club. Mrs, James V. Oats, chairman conducted the business session at the Club on West Main Street. Mrs, Charles Kay Newcomb explained arrangements made by the program committee for a flower show for club members. Dnte of the nliowlng will be announced later. Plans for the tea lo be held from 2:30 till 4:30 Nov. 1 were given by Mrs. O. A. Tant. Woman's Club president. In the flower Judging following Mn. c. M. Gray wan presented th« club's traveling vase [or her arrangement of dahlias. Mrs. W. 8. Johnston. Mf». Ney Hunt. Mn, Harry Bradley, Mrs c. E. Graven and Mrs. W. I. Denton wire hostesses for the afternoon. BLTTHEVILLg (ARK.) COVKIER JOSWS Annual Church Supper Given; 150 Attend Coming Events Social Calender Rebeccah Lodge entertaining with box supper at Lodge Hall at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Leagxi. play. »t Hotel Noble »t 7:30 p.m. Fridaj Mrs. Frank Blmmnn* haste.M to Dorcas Class of First Bnptlst Church for business-social meeting at 2:30. Mr*. Ray Johnson hostest to atltch and Chiller Club. . Naturdaj Dllplicale Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at I:3Q. Read Courier News Classified Ads Air Conditioned by Refrigeration l.rslcn (o KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. dnil.v for our projfram announcements. Box Office IM,»ne 2752 - Office ['hone GitflS Box Office Opens «t 1:15—Show Slarls 2:00 1>.M. S SHOWING EVERYDAY = Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters THURSDAY & FRIDAY ROBERT MITCHUH JANE RUSSEU I 'Tin hottest thol ivtr hit th« stre«n\' -lOUtllA O. M«OKS —ALSO— Paramount News & Selected Shorls BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Air Condlllontd by Rrfrlitratle Thursdoy & Friday—Double Feature Cpl. Howard Bailey has reported la Camp Kiimcr, N. j., for overseas assignment In the European Theatre after having spent 15 days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. j. Bailey. C))l. Dailey recently completed training at Lowary Air Force, Denver. Miss A'lin Hensley has pledged Kappa Delta sorority at Ihe Uni- msity 0 ( Mississippi, University. The Modenlans of nine Mountain College, fllue Mountain, Miss won the .scholarship trophy for 1950-51 and accepiinn ihe trophy from the school president was Miss Marian Mnyes, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. John Maye.s of lilytlievllle. president of the Modcnlan Society. " J. John S. Hudson ha.s arrived 'rom El p ns o r TeXp| to ]0(n Mfs Hudson and daughter. Susan who are the houseguo.sts of Mrs Hudson's parent.!, Mr. and Mrs K fl. Woodson. Mr. end Mrs. H. O. Parclow and daughter. Pat, will be In Mttte Rock ihls weekend a.; the g u ta.s of Mr Hid Mrs. R. B. Stout. While ihvre 'hey will attend the TCU-Arkaiisa^ Same Saturday and will be Joined (here by .their son and brother. Graham Partlow. Mho Is a student at the University of Arkansas. Fay- ettcville. Sue Carol Orsburn. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Orsburn, has Pledged Phi Mil sorority at Arkansas state College, Jonesboro where she Is a freshman, she has been electee! treasurer o; (he sororlly and also historian of the Woman's Athletic Association. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe and daughters have as their Mrs. Jobe's sister. Mrs. Christine McElroy. and Mrs. Clova Bell o( Flint. Mich. T. I. Scay and Alton Hardy returned, last night rrom Lake Nor- tork where they had spent several days. John Wllks, son of Mrs. Grace Wilks, haa pledged Sigma Chi fraternity at the University of Mississippi. University. Mississippi, where he U l fre-shman. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb will be In LHIIe Rock Saturday for the 'feu-Arkansas football game. Mr. and Mrs, Reg Owen* of Parkin and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan of Dell were In Little Rock yesterday where they attended the State Fair, Mr. .«d Mrs. W. H. HuUon left today for New Brunswick, Oa., to spend Ihe weekend. They are going especially for the marriage of Mr Hudson's brother. John Hutson to Mis. Myrtle May Miller, Saturday. Mr. Kutaoit will serve as hll brother's best man. Mr. and Mrs. Jame,s Henley »nd Mrs. Henley'a mother. Mrs. Jewel Wilson of Fort Smith are spending « we«k here as guastJi of Mr. Hen- !ey'» mother. Mrs. Jesse Province «nd Mrs, Dan McQriider. The group Ls \pendinif (otlay In Fulton, Tenn., is gue«U of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Approximately 150 memberi of the First Presbyterian Church of Blylhevllle altenrted the annual Fellowship Supper last, night at the church. Opening prayer was given by aoy Walton and during the evening a program of son?s was presented by the classes of Mrs. Jimmy Klttany, Mrs. Walton and Mrs. E. F. Fry. THURSDAY. OCTOBBK 4, RUTH MILLETT * Hard Work and Self- Denial Doesn't Create Perfect Bliss •f «UTH MILLETT, KKA Slaff Wrller Ihf h!rd W « m 'fI!.. haVe wive, they »« y That attitude is reflected In many letters that come my way. I/ong table* were arranged about jdi the church entertaining rooms and were dotted at Intervals with bowls o( early fall blooms set in greenery. Officers and teacher* of the church departments were special guests for the annual event. Oroup sinsjiig of (he doxology and the benediction by the Rev. Harvey T. Kjdd. pastor, concluded the event. ay. e wife who feels neglected and un- better your fnir share o! the things that money will buy. Otherwise you'll got to think and The At The Hosnitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Ben Holly. Cooler. Walls Hospital Mrs. J. C. Ixing and baby. city. Mr.5. L. D. Msrr and baby, city P. K. Harris, Holland, linrbara Clark, Cooier. Joyce Kelly, Holland. * Mrs. Riley Shanks and baby, city. Smooth Coiffure For Strong Face By MiA Service It's a source of high humor to nmijy people to see » man arrayed In the frills and bouncy curls of a woman, as indicated by the number of comic farces that have been written around this theme. Even if this particular form of levity fails to amuse you. It still points up an Important beauty lesson—feminine fluff in Incongruous with strong features. If yours Is a rugged, almost- masculine sort, or good looks, you are Inviting ridicule If you attempt to adopt for yourself the women with more delicate bone . IT «mpi 10 aaopt tor yourself the free-swlnirlnrr"'hVi ", mop °f Io " e ' *•"* "!£ "' at •«.™ «« '« ^i£ t?Xi h t™ " rarely ta " Henley and family. Miss Luella Barnei and Mrs. T. J. Barnes were In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn W. Brown „— „..„„.„ .uno iur smooth have returned Irom a week'i visit eWecta. Substitute a neatly-rolled with Mr. Brown's parents. Mr. and *—• '— -- • Mrs. B. L. Brown, who reside rreir Batesville. Mrs. Joseph H. Maplei of Athens, Ala.. Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. M. Burnett, and other relatives Pvt. Billy G. Haynes. who Is sU- tloned at Fort Mead, Md.. li spend- 'ilK 15 days here with Mr». Hayne« W. 8. Langtfon. who U a patient it the Blythevllli Hospital, U reported KI remaining In a critical condition. Mr«. Onle Graham 1» now «t her lome, 1305 Horn, after having been a patient »t Campbell'! Clinic, MemphLi, for several day« lollowlng » fall In which «h« auflered > broken shoulder. Her condition is reported is satisfactory. v- You'd never b one radio so MANY L; THE NEW MULTIPURPOSE As a radio . . , elecrrtc clock or automatic radio-alarm . , . this mulli- purpos. Zenith Clock-Radio makei your day eotier in a oWen Wayi! Lull, you to sleep . . . H, er , lr ,uli off automatically. It comes on again lo awaken you gently, gradually at y our Pfe-tel lime . . . il even (urns bed lamps or olher electrical appliancet en and off aulomalicallv! | n o compQC |, tmartly llyted DialSpeoker cobinef. /T /tfi7 &o JU TVtff T////VGT-, • Fonwijs Long Distance* Bfcodcasl recep(i»n • lulls you lo sleep . . . wakes you up-ouloniatkally • Tells time—even in the dork • Turns elettficol oppliames on owi of} lie. us >*t. off. HALSELL & WHITE how she doea all the laundry, takes care of the yard, and all that And she Is likely to talk, too, about how thrifty she Is, spending little on hersel/, and economizing every possible way. Just why these women think that u man's idea of a perfect wife should be one who works and denies herself everything is hard to figure out. But they do. And when they discover that the hard work isn't necessarily appreciated, they find it hard to believe. Such a man likes a well-kept home. And he certainly doesn't want to be driven to bankruptcy by an extravagant wife. But he isn't going to be made happy by how hard his wife works or ho»- many things she does without. Nor Is he necessarily going to appreciate her for either one of those reason*. He Is just likely to take her everlasting drudgery and self- denial for granted as to think what a wonderful wife she U to work so hard and demand so little Husband. Eipeet qther Thimi,, Tu g So even though you may have to I'orlc harct and have few of the hlngs you really want, don't ex- >ect that, In itself, to hold a hus- band'i love or prompt his apprecia- lon. And ai loon »« you can. and in ivery way that you can, ejue up fee) like a martyr. And & with a. martyr complex le no a« a Just rememDer that a man - n't love you for how hard YOU work or for all the things you are will. I'iff to do without, and you won't make the mistake of expecling that you can irade hard work and self- denial for your husband's undying love and graleful appreciation. Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away ____ Nain h<f. ite; ? k k ; K-allh. he, !„,,„, „ d , . , ,„ ,1*,. / <<*»i a 5ood WATCH THURSDAY'S I'APKIf ^u"r'li? l l*, r \°"' 7ry , D f""'' Pii:"™mil'd' i ^.Vv'-"™™^.^,'^ />oan a jtive happy reltel from these diii-nm r.m.-],»!p I h , 1S m i !„ „ , I, H™eyVSK. . n d S" ta. flush out «„,(«, (-at !)„.„•, pn^tod.,! itructure. Large. strong-Jawed faces with ittine; chins require coiffures to iccent their handsomeness. A halo if short curls, or iming to this type face. Whether ou wear your hair long or short, "eatness and good grooming should " on» of your foremost concerns. This doesn't mean you are llml- ed In your hair styles. 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