The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1951 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, October 13, 1951
Page:
Page 1
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE TWO eo*<i JAM Shtlton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Shower Is Given In Adair Home Mrs. Lonnie Fulgham was showered with assorted layette slits by the n gutsts who attended the party In her honor last night at the home of Mrs. Hermon Adalr o L»ke Street. Mrs. Prank Sawye «nd Mrs. F. L. Wicker were ca hostesses. Dahlias and late Summer flower we_re set about the room in whir the guests were seated for Ihe part games, Mrs. Leslie Kenn-rifihl en Mrs. Sawyer were prize winners i the games conducted by Mrs. Wick er. A ialad plate and froslert drink were served niter Mrs. Fulghan had opened the a.ssorted girts. Fo the occasion the honoree was pre sented a novelty corsage from he hostesses. Luncheon-Party Continues Whirl of Events Luncheon in Ihe Green Room o the Country Club followed by ; bridge-canasta in the home ol Mr; Clinton D. Martin In Steele yes tentay entertained three tables o guest* when Mrs. Martin was hos less In compliment to Mrs. Ma Dorsey Hicks of Battle Creek. Mid Mrs. Hicks, who Is the housegu'es of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold has been honored at several event, during her Arkansas visit. Bowls filled with pink gludlol nestled In greenery marked the tables set up at the club for the event. Following luncheon the guests motored to Steele lor the bridge canasta In which Mrs. J. R. Rob bins of Steele took high score canasta prize, with Mrs. J. A. Leech leading the bridge honors. Mrs Regenold won second high. Mrs. Bobbins of Steele vug an- out-ol-town resident with the Blytheville guests lor the aflalr. Rush Plans Discussed By Alpha Delta Chapter Plain for ^rush season, which begins this month, were discussed yesterday at the bi-monthly meeting ol the Alpha DelU Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Harold Wood was hostess to the 10 chapter members attending at her home on Hearn Street. Mr». W. H. O'Keefe, chapter president, conducted th« discussions. The afternoon's program on Etiquette WM presented by Mrs. Joe Freeman. Mrs. Wood ser»ed a dessert course In the social hour following the adjournment. Dahlias and assorted Jail blooms adorned th» entertaining room. Friday Contract Club Play* in Henderson Home Fall bloom! decorated tht Doyle Henderson home yesterday for the weekly meeting ol the Friday Contract Olub for which all members were present. Mrs. Ley Welch was top bridge •core winner. Mr». Henderson won «*cond high and Mrs. O. L. McWaters, Jr., won bridge. Mrs. Henderson served refreshments. 3 Cs Add Up to Make-Up Harmony Beauty Shown Best in Proper Setting BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Make It From A Yard Many women, operating on theory, choose a lawny, brown-toned lipstick ns their best bet for playing up a rust or laneerine-colored dress. Often. In actuality, this combination doesn't quite "come off." The difficulty lies in their failure [o realize that mnkc-up Is a three- cornered problem. Three complementary c's—clothing, complexion and cosmetics—must be worker! out before you achieve a harmonious re-suit. Working out go-Uigelher colors becomes more acute when your wardrobe features various shades from the reel end ol the spectrum. W.ien it's crim.son, maxenta. pink, rose, rust or ornnse you're dealing with, It's a good Idea to try to select your rouRe and lipstick In the same general lone. If, however, or.inge make-up tends to accent your sal!o'*™.«, or If pink shades seem to bring out too conspicuously the redness of yoi:r .skin, try various shades—first working toward the blue-toned cos- melics and then bnck toward the orance-toned ones—until you hit a color that does things not oniy for your costume, but also for you. No woman would take her grandmother's diamond and have it set In a brass ring from the dime store. Such a mounting would utterly spoil the effect ol the stone. ^ Yet many women lavish hours upon personal care without realiz- ng that their beauty, like a precious gem, nl.so need.'! the proper setting to be shown to full advantage. Do«'t allow household disorder Perfume, which aeenb the hair without leivlnt illcky Iractt, Is sprayed on as a ftnal froom- Inir touch. lo (iclrncl from yam own neatness or cleanliness, or a tastelessly-dec- ornted home to cancel the Impact of your cnrclully-choscn clothes. A woman's home—whether it's a 20-room mansion or only one room In a bonrtiinghouse—should reflect her pcrsonatity. This doesn't mean you should wreck your bank account on a home-decorating spree. Concentrate Instead upon the small objects — like peasant pottery or delicate lus- lerware—that reveal something ol yourself. These things are ns Important, after all, ns a closet crammed with clolhes or a dressing table full of the latest cosmetic*. Mrs. Guard Entertains With Dessert Bridge Mrs. James C. Guard entertained icmbers of the Friday Club ye.sler- ay at her h o m« for a dessert ridge. In the afternoon's game, Mrs. ames Roy took high score honors, •Ith Mrs. R. A. Porter winning econd high and Mrs. S. E. Tune, rlclgo. ist Sessions 3apt End; Additional Officers Named T\ie 4wo-day snffaal, session of he Mississippi County Baptist As- oclntlon ended yesterday. There ere' 37 Baptist Churches of the ounty represented at the sessions eld at Calvary Baptist Church. Other county officers nam<?d in ddition to those elected Thnrs- ay were Mrs. R. J. Jones ol >ceola, Woman's Missionary Union resilient; Curtis Miller of Wilson, Ten's Brotherhood president; Miss jrace Lovelace ol Osccola, Trailing Union director and Miss Hazel rnnnen of Blytheville, Sunday chool superintendent. The Rev. C. Brown of Blytheville had been amed moderator ol the associa- on Thursday. Thirty-five ol the 37 churches cprescnted reported a combined icinbcrshlp ol 12.000 persons. It was voled by the association ' hold the 1952 session Oct. g-10 at the First Baptist Church In Luxora with the rtev. D, B. Bledsoc, pastor of the Wilson Bnptist Church, delivering the address. Baptist Group Names Officers The Young Woman's Auxiliary of the New Liberty Baptist Church met Wednesday night | n die home ol Mrs. Russell Duller for an election ol oftlcrrs, with Charlene Pierce being re-named president or the group. Others serving are Martha Wixon, vice president: Beth Oarrett. secretary and treasurer; Mnxlne Crosskno. reporter: Sue Jackson, program chairman; and .Icanettc Jackson, missionnry chairman. Mrs. Bill Cable was selected as counselor. Cominq Events Social Calendar Monday General meeting ol the Women of the First Presbyterian Church t the church nl 2:30 p.m. Country Club Dance with Howard LeRoy and orchestra. First Methodist Circle meet — Circle One, Mrs. Leoard Johnson; Mrs. A. H. Boyd. co-hostess; Circle Two. Mrs. Fred Fleeinnn; Circle Three, Mrs. W. I. Denton; Circle Four. Mrs. E. D. Ferguson, Mrs. M. O. Goodwin, co-hostess; Circle Five. Mrs. A. E. Miller and Circle Six, Mrs. W. J. Tollard. Tuesday Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones entcrtalnlni Tuesday Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at Club at 7:15. Mrs. Gene Tcaford hostess to Tri- Town Club. Circle 7 ol First Methodist Church meets with Mrs. Harold Wood. Wednesday Mrs. F. E. Black entertaining Wednesday Club. Club Eight plays bridge al the home ol Mrs. otto Scrape. Mrs. Vera Goodrich hostess to C1B Club. Central Wiml PTA meets at the First Baptist Church at 3 p.m. Executive Bonrd convenes at 2:30. Thursday Mrs. Joe Neeley hostess to TLE Hub. Thursday Rook Club meels with Mrs. Leon Scherer. Mrs. C. F. Tucker entertaining Octette Club. Mrs. H. W. Wylie hostess at Country Club lo the Thursday Contract Duplicate Bridge League plays at ilotel Noble at 7:30. Friday Mrs J. Farrla McCnlla hostess to Friday Club. Friday Contract Club meels with Mrs. Rll&tcll C. Fnrr. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. Burdette Junior Ilass Has Party The Junior class of Burrlette High >chool Wednesday night entertained with their first event of the school ear. a wiener roast-hayride for 15 . couples of the class. J. D. Tate has relumed to „<. home In Roswell. N. M , alter visit- Ing here with his mother. Mrs. Ada Tate. T/Sgt. Arthur o. Smart and /«m- lly of Houston. Tex., have spent the past week here as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smart and other relatives. Mrs. J. A. Luckett and daughter Mi.w Neal Luckett are in Memphis today for the Ole Miss-Vanderbllt football game. Mrs. Wade Jelleries left today for Houston, Tex., to be the housegucst of her sister. Mrs. J. Frank Tomlinson. Mr. Tomllnson and family While there Mrs. Jefferles and Mrs. Tomlinson will also visit in Mexico city. Mrs. Jelleries will be gone n monlh. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason were In Memphis today lor the Ole Miss Vanderbllt football game. Mrs. P. H. Austin ol Gosnell was admitted Lo Walls Hospital yesterday afternoon to undergo treatment. Capt. and Mrs. Hermon Carlton and two children arrived last night from Fort Sill, okla., to be the guests of Mrs. D. C. McLean. They will leave Wednesday for Lake Village lo visit relatives. They are former Blytheville residents. Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Henderson are spending the weekend in Memphis. They went especially for the Ole Mlss-Vnndcrbilt football game this afternoon and will be Joined there by their son. Charles Henderson, who ts a student nt Vnnderbtlt. Sonny Stircs. son of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stires, has been elected president of the freshman class at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Joe Bowen of West Memphis Is the weekend guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Howard Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old are in Memphis today lor the Ole Miss- Vanderbilt football game. M/Sgt. Nathan Klines. Mrs. Kunes and son left this morning lor Tampa, pla., alter having been the guests of Mrs. Sallie Klmes. Sgt. Kimes was formerly stationed at San Antonio, Tex., where he had attended alrcrntt school for 10 weeks. Stanley Ingram ol Blytheville has been elected a librarian in the Ouachlta College Choir, Arkadel- phin. Attending the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt football game today in Memphis are Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Scay and daughter, Ann arc spending the weekend in Stuttgart as guests ol Mr. Seay's brother. J. I. Seay, and family. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer have »s their weekend guests Mrs. Charles Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brewer ol Smithland, Ky. Club Dance To Be Monday Members of the Country Club and their out-of-town guests will dance to the music of Howard LeRoy and his orchestra Monday night. Vocal selections will be presented by Marguerite claunet and "The Escorts." At The Hospitals BIylhtville Hospital Dismissed: Roman Trevino. Jr., Dell Mrs. p. o. McDermott. City Virgil Bixler. Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Clllton McOee and babv Victoria Mrs. Purvis Jones and baby Osceola Mrs. Hoy Calvin. City Stritch to Speok At Catholic Meet LITTLE ROCK. Oct. 13. (AP) — Samuel Cardinal Stritch. archbishop of Chicago, will be principal speaker at the annual Convention of the Little nock Dlocesnn Council of Catholic Women here next week Cardinal Stritch will address the convention banquet, which highlights the opening day ol the meeting Oct. 15. Mrs. Aynaud F. Hebert ol New Orleans, officer of the National Conn, ell ol Catholic Women, will attend the two-day convention. Dr. Frances C. Hothert of Little Rock is president of the Diocesan council which embraces the state ol Arkansas. NEW PURSES EMPHASIZE COLOR AND SIZE • .,.,., .... „ , ,_____.—-~,,,, ^ ^^ «"« M» 8649 32-46 By Sue Burnett What could be easier or mnn ' thrifty to sew !han this useful bib style apron that's readv for activ' kitchen duty. You'll need ) U st one j yard of gaylj colored faorlc foi I the smaller sizes. j Pattern No. 8649 is a sew-rltc ! perforated pattern in sizes 32 34 i .36. 38. 40, 42. 44. 46. Siie 31. l' yard ol 39-Inch. Por this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATrEHN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 372 W. Qutncy Street .Chicago 6. Don't miss the Fall and Winter FASHION. If contains 48 pages ol new styles, simple to make frocks for all ag«; d.-corallng tricks: (f»t patterns printed inside Ihe book Send 25 cenU today. 'Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! Sermons |ar|y ' 8:45 . "Do You Know the Shepherd of Ihe 23rd Psalms?" Evening—"Why I am „ -Member of the Church of Christ". KLCN 12:^-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome n r. SHARF F.TlntelUt Song Lender— James Thompson Second Service 10:50 i Song Leader— W. T. Shelton CHURCH OF CHRIST Main et Highway 61 * RUTH MILLETT * Keep Looking Ahead, Men- That's What the Gals Want By RUTH MILLETT. NEA Staff Writer - - nv«-siar general made sizzling mad a lip for you men—par- j ty in. How do we look right now in by so many traffic accidents in his you men ol middle age. thus new dress that you'll be paying division, "grounded" all of his ve- imCS from no Ic.SK a Indv- tl r ll^.v^ ,«,MI»V,O hlfluc fnr Trtiif hnity* «.lsil_ j_: Here's tlcularly And it comes from laciy- than Biio Pinz.i. the 50-year- old grandfather and matinee idol. Said Mr. plnza. in a recent Internew: "A man should lie forward- looking, if you look back you are ost. If a man says to his wile. Wasn't that a beautiful time we had yesterday?' that Is no good, he must say, 'Won't tomorrow be beautiful?'" Take it to heart, men. The gentleman is right. We women don't •ant you looking back. When we come out in a new dress, we certainly don't want you saying: "You used to look so pretty n blue. Why don't you ever wear blue any mere?" (The answer, of course, is that blue Isn't becoming any more, else we'd be wearing It- be certain ot that.) We don't want ftr next month? When we change a hair-do, the same thing goes. Don't tell us you liked it better in a long, glamor bob. Maybe we've outgrown the glamor girl pha.se. How do you like us "as is"? That's what we want 10 know." Never Mind "Good Old Days" And those wonderful first years of marriage when life was gay and carefree—let's quit looking back on them so fondly. How are we going lo spend today ami what plans have we got lor tomorrow and even the next year? Of course, we don't want you looking back, because we can't go back. Sure, you fell in love with a girl, but you're now married to a woman. And what she Is Interested in is not the girl who was but the woman who is. And that Is what she wants you U> know what we used to look pret- to be interested in, too. REVIVAL OCTOBER 14-19 7:30 P.M. Every Evening SPECIAL MUSIC EVERY NIGHT EVANGELIST BILL ROOT Omaha, Js'eb. HEAR Paul Palsgrave, Tues. Wed. Night, of (he Child's Quartet FIRST GRACE CHURCH Corner of Marguerite & Harrison Send Your Clothes To Us... BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 Gl Accidents in Germany Raise Ire of General PHANKFUBT, Germany (AP>— Violent deaths at the rate ol one every 48 hours, plus many serious injuries hit the ranks of American troops in Germany. In one day alone, 11 soldiers were killed in accidents, but the Army has gone into preventive action. A two-star general made sizzling mad hides for four hours—while drivers attended refresher classes. Highway mlsnaps take the biggest toll. In a six-month period, 52 soldiers lost their lives In car wrecks Many of them died on the autobahns— Germany's super-highways Chinese Reds Ban Six Chemical Exports HONG KONG <AP)—The ' Chinese Communists have banned the-a I import of the iolloucing chemicals** I which they now say are being mo * ' duced in China: Magnesium chloride, barium sul- phnte. tartar emetic, sulphur dioxide, silver nitrnte and calcium sulphate. The Reds ulso have turned to bamboo pulp to produce newsprint, once imported extensively from abroad. Shonhai a paper Industry will receive 10.000 tolls of bamboo pulp newsprint from Kiangsi pro, the trade paper "Chleh Pang" _.. - -..*.,,. i..gLivi it jo. vimc, me Liiiuc paper umen. Others d.ed in train collisions, plane said That was expectedI to mt crashes, explosions, poisonings and | current needs bteeen September by firearms and February. 1952. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. i, B °* ° ffice n ° ne 2752 - Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters: Saturday REDSKINS RODE JON HALL ACCtlMtA *a MWT UiOI - Serial: "Mysterious Island" Also Cartoon Cont. Show. Sat 12:30-11:30 , Sunday & Monday 'Comin' Around L the Mountain' Starring Bud Ahbntt & Lou CostelJo —Plus- Paramount News and Selected Shorts Air Conditioned by Refrigeration BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Stork 7:15p.m.t SATURDAY ONLY "BAR Starring William Boyd ;\lso Serial: "Agent vs. Legion" No. 5 ( & Cartoon. Conl. Show. Sat. ]2:M-\ I ;3fl ' SUNDAY & MONDAY—2 HITS k WARNER BROS: J Donald O'COW Helena CARTER rlvt f Afiin i n •'' -^3 -••<•> »•-- . -- COiHRAH &«*;£> A IPO Mrrtn News Conl. Sh

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free