The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1951 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 30, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLTJ.HET1LLB (AWt.) CWBTlk WBWt ocietu, J«M Sh«Jton, Society Editor f Fhoii* 4461 Joint Honors Shared At Birthday Party Joint honori were shared last night by Abbte I-angstoii and Lynn Bradley «t the party given In their honor at the home of Mrs, Belvin Cooper, Abbie was observing her 14lh birthday, while Lynn was marking her 13th birthday. Twenty eight auest* iltendfrd the evening of party gam« dressed hi costumes suggestive of the Halloween holiday. Jaek-o-lanterns ind black cats decorated Ihe Cooi>er" home white bowls filled with marigolds and chrysanthemums completed the wlting. Sara Bob Stilwell was winner of the door prize and following an evening of games, gifts were presented the honoreev Birthday cake and ice cream were served the guests. 'Y' Activities For Halloween Celebration Begin Activities at the Blytheville "Y" to observe the Halloween holiday will get underway tonight with the showing of the movie, "The Gladiator." Obtained Irom tile benefit YMCA world services, the film stars Joe E. Brtwn and Man Mountain Dean. Two short subjects will conclude the program which Is planned for 7:30 In the Y rooms. There will be no admission charge and an oner Ing will be taken. •The annual Halloween Carnival tomorrow night will begin with the gathering ol youngsters at the Y at 7:30 p.m. A parade through Blytheville featuring varied costumes Is planned for 7:45 with the entrants returning to the Y for the judging of costumes und awarding of Judging will be based on best character representation, with two prizes being presented for the best animals, two for the best comic character «nrt four for the typical Halloween figure. A talent parade, motion pictures and » variety program are planned for the youngsters, J. P. Qarrott, Y director, announced. Refreshments of cookies and •andviches will be provided by the Junior High School Parent-Tench- ers Association, with the Dr. Pepper Bottling Company contributing soft drinks. Helen Lucille Mayo's Engagement To Thomas Edwin Bruton Is Told CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Oct. 30. —Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mayo of Ca- rmhersville are today announcing the engagement of their daughter, Miss Helen Lucille Mayo, to Thomas Eduin Bruton, of Braggadocio, Mo. Mr. Bruton Is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bruton of Braggadocio, Miss Mayo was graduated from CarutheVsville High School. A graduate of Braggadocio High School, Mr. Bruton also was graduated from Mississippi State College, Starkvllle and Is now a.voclalwi with his lather In farming near Braggadocio. Nuptial vows will be exchanged Nov. 4 in a 2 p.m. ceremony at the First Btiptlst Church in Caruthcn- vllle. Circles Meet; Study Discussed Prayer by Mrs. Jim Davis opened the meeting of Circle One of Uikc Street Methodist Womens Society of Christian Service last nicht. Fourteen members met at Hie church lor the session, Mrs. Hnrold Mcdlin discussed final plans for the study course. "We Americans," a discussion-of latin America, which will begin Thursday night with a chili supper at the church. Miss Gina Arcc, hijjh school faculty member and former Cuban resident will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Davis conducted, die session with the evening's devotional, "limits of the. Spirit" being given by Mrs. W. H. \Voohlrns. A playlet In which Mrs. Alien Van Wlnkta,. Mrs. Woolunis, Mrs. Don Hitz and Mrs. Amy Ruth Gordon piirtlciimfcil was presented. Prayer by Mrs. George Shanks .closed the session. Yesterday afternoon members of Circle Two met at the church for the concluding study ol the book of Saint Matthew. Group singing preceded the business discussion directed by circle chairman, Mrs. L. T. Wood. Plans for the new study course beginning Thursday were made and a report was heard on the purchase o( a blanket for Korean war refugees. 'God is Love" was the devotional given by JVfrs. Henry Young and MlM Helen I.udlte Mayo Luxora HD Club Meets in Home closed with the reading of poems, "I Saw God Wash World" and "Think It Over." , Top Style For Matrons 34.52 8767 MrS ' col was hosl- the the Teen Club Has Initial Session The Initial session of the Dell Teen Club was held Friday night nt the Dell High School gymnasium, with Sally Tale, president, directing the activities. The club, which Is under the sponsorship ot the Dell Parent- Teachers Association, is for students 13 to 19 years of age. The group will meet each Friday night at the gymnasium for Rti evening of In- formnl entertainment. Officers of the group are Braxlon dill, vice president; Ernest Shellon. secretary; Carol Ann Laddner, treasurer; Noble Olll, Jr.. reporter and Laveene Rigsby, assistant reporter. Mrs. A. E. Caldwell .and Robert M. Edwards will serve as advisors. at her hojne Thursday for the bi-monthly session of the Luxora Home Demonstration Club for which 10 members were presented. Mrs. W. L. Knnna conducted the meeting, with Mrs. C. E. Lucus presenting the devotional. Each member answered roll call by giving her family's favorite recipe. Miss Helen Wells, home demonstration agent, directed a baking hour following. Gifts contributed by the club to be sold Nov. 3 to raLie funds for entertainment at Kennedy Veteran Hospital In Memphis were presented. Reading of the club creed preceded a social hour. School Carnival Plans Told Final plans were completed yesterday for the Sudbury School Halloween Carnival to be given Wednesday night at the school. The carnival Is under the sponsorship of the Sudbury vParent-Teachers Association and PTA committee members appointed for the aftalr met at the home of Mrs. Harry Bogan for a final discussion. It was announced that th« doors would be opened at B p.m., with supper being served In the lunch rooms preceding an evening of sideshows and varied entertainment. The main show will be presented in the auditorium at 7 p.irt., with a second showing scheduled for 8 p.m. — ; : % Mrs. Mark Stewart and Mrs. Warren Mos'Lcy comprise the carnival planning committee. Cpl. Billy a, Privelt left Saturday night for Castle Atr Force HIM, Calif., after having »pent 11 day» here with iiii parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer nice. Cpl. Prlvetl, who was on a 15 day furlough was recalled to the 'California base for overseas assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Belvln Cooper and daughter. Vivian mid Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bradley and family were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cooper of Hardy. Mrs. O. V. Daws has returned to Memphis and is temporarily at home i.T the Goodman Apartments. After several weeks of medical treatment she will return to her home In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Avcock and daughter of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Aycock and sons of Parma, Mo., were the Sunday guests of Mr*. J. M. Aycock. Miss Alice Saliba lelt tcday lor SrTeator, 111., la assume her new position as director of the Woman's and Girl's Division of the YMCA. Miss Saliba, who has been residing In Little nock had been spending a week here as guest of her parents. Dr. mid Mrs. J. A. Snliba. Graham P;irtlow. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Parllow of Blytheville has pledged Deltn Thcta Phi. honorary law fraternity nt ttic University of Faycttevillc. where he !s a junior. Abbie Langston spent the weekend In Jonesboro ns the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Burke. Seaman Duane Privctle will leave Sunday for Bremerton, Wash., where he Is stationed after having spent 30 days hero with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rice. Seaman Privctt recently returned from a year's overseas duty. Mrs. Russell Gill was removed to her home In Dell yesterday from Walls Hospital, where she had been a patient for 10 days. W. Rutledge hns returned to his home In St. Louis after .several days visit here with his granddaughter. Mrs. Leon Burns and family. Mr. Rutledge also visited another granddaughter. Mrs. Lowell Llndsey, and family of Snnford.^ Miss Charley Ruth Blankenship. who Js a student, at Memphis state College was the weekend guest of her parents, Air. and Mrs. U. S. Blnnkenship of Dell. Miss Elolse Yates of Memphis was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George O. Yntcs. Mrs. Allen Stacy and daughter, Rebecca and son, Steven of Hughes are the houseguests of Mrs. Stacy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCall. Rodney L. Banister was removed to his home on West Main Street yesterday from the Walls Hospital where he had been a patient. His :onditlon Is reported as satlsftictory. Mr. and Afrs. w. C. She.trin returned today from Fort Smith and Forrest city where they had visited relatives. Miss Melba Pryor will leave in the morning for Gulf Park College, she is a been the . cattumt color*. jNew Lipstick Is Bright Red By ALICIA HART XKA Beauty Editor For the woman who tries to maintain an up-to-date malte-Up jkit, clear, pure red Is the color "this senson. This shade In nail polish land lipstick, with correlated tones ; In rouge, is the one she'll be j using most to complement the smog | grey, black diamond, coffee-beat, I bronzy-green and electric blue that i fashion has decreed as top hues lor her wardroe. This brilliant red. which Is offered by one well-known linn in a new. lingcrfngly-lastlng Improved- formula nail enamel and in » matching indelible or regular lipstick, should prove itself the basic I shade in mos;t cosmetic collections. The pink, blue and orange-toned reds, lestdue-s from other seasons, should'prove useful for highlighting costume colors that require toned-down make-up, but for current understated shades, this attention-flagging true red Is vour best bet for adding that Important spot of high interest. Coming Events. CilMdar County Baud at Directors of Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association hu 1 p.m. meeting at Rustle Inn. Country club Dupllc»t« Bridge League pltyt it -7:15. Ouirport. Miss., where freshman, after having ..^ weekend guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holt and son, Gary, of Memphis and Miss Bonnie Sue Cook of Haytl were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook of Gcwnell. Burdette Juniors 'Seli'Team The junior class of Burdette High School, Thursday sponsored a fund raising project In which members of the Burdette football learn were auctioned off to the highest bidders as. "slaves for a day," A drop^ln Fri: 1 afternoon climaxed the activities after which the group attended the Arkansas State-Corry Field football game in Blytheville. Proceeds from the activities went to the Athletic Fund and the junior class. Your towels can serve as a gay decorative note if you choose them in colors that complement your walls, floor and shower and window curtains. Provide a matching towel and bathcloth for each member of the family. To prevent mix-ups, it's a good idea to assign a permanent color to eaon person. For example, navy blue might be Dad's hue; bright blue Mom's rose for Sister; ! pink for guests. Mr«. F. E. Bltck hojtess to Wednesday Club. Club Eight mwU with Mrs. Jesse M. White. Col. John Murtin Chapter of DAC ha* 11 i.m. meetfnj-Iuncheon jit Hotel Noble. * Mrs. LetvU Henderson hostess to C!B Club. Country Club Halloween dance with Art Mooney '«nd hit orchestra. Thunday Lalce Street Methodist WSCS has chili supper at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. Mrs. Homer Wilson entertaining Octette Club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Harry A. Halnei. Thursday Club entertained by Mrs J A. Leech. . Mrs. J. r. Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Midweek Club meets with Mrs. Max O. Usrey. Thursday Rook Club plays at the liome of Mrs. Neville Blakemorc. Home Department of the Woman?' Club has 2:30 p.m meeting at the Club on West Main Street. frid»y Annual Harvest Supper of Yarbro Methodist Church at Yarbro clubhouse. Supper served from 5:30 til! 8:30 p.m. Ritual of Jewels-Pledge ceremony of Alpha Delta Chapter o[ Beta Sigma Phi In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble at 8 p.m. Chapter "N" of PEO has 2 p.m. meeting at the, home of Mrs. J. W. Adams. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church ha* 12:30 .luncheon at the church. ' • Blytheville Council of Church Women observe World Community Day at First Methodist Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. R. A. Porter hnsteis to Friday Club. Mrs. C. I,. McWaters. Jr., hostess to Friday Contract Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Charles Jollitf, Leachville. Allen Clayton, City. W»1U Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Coleman and baby, Holland. Roger Copeland. Piggott. Mrs. Monty Salmons and baby Air Base. Mrs. John Abbott, Rt. 3. Mrs. Harmon Ellis and baby. Rt, 2. Mrs. Russell Gill, Dell. Nancy Nelson, Huffman. * R. U Banister, City. , : The practice of "saving 'daylight" during the summer months by setting the clock ahead one hour began in Europe in World War I and later spread to the United • States where it was found useful in conserving fuel and means of illumination. By SUP Burnett Here Is an afternoon style for tin mere tna'.uie li^uve that U us giacc- ful and [ir.ttcring a* can be. The lines are new. the detail sofi anrt feminine. If you like, the shaped yoke can be :n commit. Pattern No. 8673 is B sew-rlte perjoralcd pattern Hi > z:-« as. 3S. 40. 42. 4;. 46. 48. 50. 52. S ze 38, 1'- yards 01 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your iraine. uririic,^.. -. z e desired, p.nd the PATTKKN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Blylucullc Omrici JTews, 37i SV. Q.ilncy Street. Chicago 6. III. The fall and Winter K«v;e o! FASHION is J-ist what you've or en u-ait.-ng (or- a complete xuide in planning a wearable wardrobe for a new season! Gift pattern.* pnni- ed inside. 25 cents. Yarbro WSCS Hears Program "Week of Prayer and Self-Denial" ' was the program directed by Mrs Denny Hammond last night (or i members of the Yarbro Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Serv- • ice; Mrs. .Johnny Johnson was hostess at her home for the session, which wa.« opened with scripture readins by Mrs. Elzie Wheeler and prayer by Mrs. Hamnionn. Participating on the evening^ program were Mrs. Pnul Abbott Mrs. Jimmy Hornby. M r . 5 Nila Bunch and Miss Alice Marie Ross. Following a short business session, a social hour followed for the . In members, nne guest, Mrs. Cecil ohiiioii. and one new mcmbsr Mrs ike Webster. The three most. Important hard flows In world trade are Manila rmp. sisr.l snd hcncquen. MILLIONS DEMAND! SAVE MOST-BUY 100 TABLET BOTTLE 49f| 34 Tabltlv 25t WHU'S LMKUT ttlUK AT St.Joseph ASPIRIN PRODUC10T PLOUCH INC. My Pledge to You— H elected Alderman of Ward One, 1 will do everything possible to make Blytheville a better place in which to live. 1 was born in Arkansas and grew up here in Blytheville nnrl have lived in Ward One for (he past five years. I have a boy, 6 years old, going to Sudbury school. ! am particularly interested In street improvement anil believe that an effective means of oiling gravel nnti dirt streets can be worked out hy the city in arena n here concrete st reets are impossible. 1 am in the collon business and the cotton season lasls only around 120 days. This will mean that i will have S months to devote entirely to the city, as I have no oilier business interests. I am a member of the Odd Fellows, Junior Chamber <if Commerce, I.oval Order of Moose, and a member of Ihe Board of Directors for the .'Miss. County Tuberculosis Association, and N. E. Arkansas Safely Council. e J4. Jlcc ^ HiTS THE SPOT—A leopard-skin baby carriage and a cowjirt skirt to match are the delight of five-year-old Mary Welncr at New York. The outfits were displayed in the annual ChriitmM toys preview ot the Toy Manufacturers of thy U S.A, Waist-Nippers Are Now Available ategory. If you arc finding, with chagrin, that new styles don't lit your figure as It now stands, don't despair —there's a waist-nipper available to. pare you into proper shape.'And —good news for those who turned .0 similar restraint several years ago and found it uncomfortable— the new cinches are lighter ami more, elastic than ever before, according to corset and bra makers. When buying one of these new its, make sure "of its omed to wearing. If you normal- y choose a 26 inch girdle, your corsetlere may suggest a 24-Inch cinch. Pit depends upon the style of the garment, but even more upon -your figure—particularly if vou are fleshy at the waistline. In shopping for the garment that will do the most for your measurements, consider, 'along with price and fabric, your owr\ flqurc +""»' A CirnlpK oarttir Hftlf t r. fi..,* You need, In all likelihood « garment that is built up above 'th. waist to mold your diaphragm u Well as one that features a reinforced front panel to flatten your abdomen. For the 'larger woman, A girdle with a wrap-around cinch Is good for this special small-waisted fig- ure-mc/ldlng. A regular. hlgh- walsted girdle allows comfortable distribution of flesh and provides tlie bell silhouette. Hew bias-cut constructions ruid inner reinforcements of elastic make these girdles bothe flatter and more effectively flattening. There's a minimum ot boning, which makei them light In weight. Narrow waist lets may be worn by the larger woman over her regular girdle if she feels she need* an extra nip to bring her figure into fashion foeus. These nippers, like those In smaller sizes, aie usually black or white, but some styles are available in bright colors also, for costume coordination. Some are laced; othefs are closed with hooks and eyes alone. Excellent for evening wear, is a strapless basque-type of garment, with a boned bra section to hold it up, a reinforced midriff, and a hip-hugging garter belt. Styled with proper support for the bosom, these niaye be worn by almost any figure type with the assurance of feminine lines. :-.'- YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED ? W/VDE H. LEE FOR WARD ONE ALDERMAN Political Adtcrllwment paid for by Wadf H. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration ^Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. . 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