The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1952 · Page 2
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(ARK.) COUNTER NEW3 THtmSDAY, APRIL 24, 1952 Pal MulHns, Society Editor Phone 4461 Delphian Society Meets At Noble Noble was the meeting place of th« Dcltonian chapter of the D«lphi«n Society yesterday for i luncheon and meeting. Mrs. B. P. Scott hnd charge of trie first pro?ram which was nil "Neurosis and Treatment." Those taking part were Mrs. Alvln Hardy. irtio discussed "Personality Development:" Mrs. \V. D. Cobb. "Psychoanalysis:" Mrs. Ben Hall, "Theory of Depression;" Mrs. O. W. Coppedge, "Cause of Neurosis:" Mrs.' Mavis Settlemire, "Resistance to Cure More Than 100 Students Make Dell Honor Roll More than 100 students make up the Dell School Honor Roll for the fifth six weeks period, it •*?»*> announced today by superintendent A. E Cnlrivwll. Those on the honor mil are: TVelvpth Grade — Melhs Champion. Jlraxton Gill, Jean Martin, Ernest Khellon. and Vera Brink- Eleventh Grade — Frances Ballard, Tenth Grade — Dfinalcl Bnrncs, Mrs decree Dillahunty was In | and Carol Ann Lartnrr. charge of the second " program j Ninth Grade — Maureen Dnbhs. which was entitled "Neurosis and j Patsy Onnett. Ray Nancy. Normality." Those on her program j Moody. Shirley were Mrs J. C. Lowe. "Psychnther- Rluhy. Ola Ray spy:" Mrs. J. W. Rayder, "Personal | gnret A. o. Pet PrSOn. I jJl VO r Ll 0 Twrrdle and Mar- Whistle. Consistency;" Mrs. Matt ghan. "Aggression;" Mrs. Winfrcd Wyatt, "Problem-Solving Activities;" and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, "Clinical Findings." The luncheon table was centered with spring flowers and tiny flowers were attached to the place- cards. Eighth Grade-Irma Ballm-a, Syh'la Fiyard, Carolyn Jackson, MnVy L. Jeffries. Shelby Kclling, and Koretta Si^nim. Seventh Orartr!—Palsy Purforcl, Sandra flv.ird. FUchard A. Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Hold, has hren elected treasurer of the sophomore class for next yenr at University of Arkansas College of Huslness Administration, where he Is now a freshman. Miss Marion Mayes. tfaiiRrUer of Mr. and Mr.s, John Mayes, will be seen hi "A Visit to a Doll Shop, the May Day Festival to he presented at Blue Mountain College. where Miss Ma yes Is a si mien I. Miss Heard Wylie. daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Hiram Wylio. who I. a student at rirownsnioor High School In Phoenix, Ariz, hns been elected president of the .stirrtent body for next year, which will be her senior year. Mr.s. John Tansil. who ts from Wichitn, Kan., is the ciiest of her Mrs. Loy Welch Hostess To Club Mrs. Loy Welch was hostess yesterday to Town and Country Chin st her home on Walnut Street '.vhrn she pave a dessert brlrlce party. Mrs. Russell Farr and Mrs. C. L. McWalers were ene.sls. High score honors went to Mrs. A. B. Reese urn! Mr.s. McWnl-rs took second. Tulips and vallev lilies centered each Individual table. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill McCray. Holland Walls HmplUl Dismissed: Baby Utley. Holland Mrs. Wesley Collins, Stcele Mrs. Oliver Olllson. City Hiri-ej- Hart, Rt. J. Garner, f sister, Mrs. O. C. Ganske. Thtn Hilton Harris. Clall Smith. Carolyn j spent several rlays in Par.ieould. snrll and Acnes Walker. j Mrs. M. O. Hoesgen of Sylvania Sixth Grade-Patsy Brown. Lin-° • ls visltinu her shier*. Mrs. F.ula da Fears. Geneva JeKrles. I.inda Loveless. Lurry Moody, Jerry Pw . n!es. Frank Siamln. Annie Rose Thrasher and Gloria Twecdle. Fifth Grade— Shirley Ballard, Devon Elliott. Billy Joe Grl^.s Susie Pricldy, Tommy Prince. Lindn Simpson, Jacqueline Mavhpr, K!1?- nopth TLdwcll, Billy Tnrnr*y and! jean Wlllbanks. Fourth Grarte—Mary Cra wford, Laura Downing, Carolyn Hoc fin, Anlln flinch, Llndn Jay re Knolin?. JimniEc <eep Hair Fragrantly Sweet With New Chlorophyll Shampoo PROVISIONAL AUXILIARY' MEMBERS — Looking over Kcrnpbooks of work previously done by tne Blythevllle Junior Auxiliary are deft, to right) Mrs. Dale Bripcs. Mrs- Max Usrey, Jr., Mrs. Robert A. Wan en, Mrs. Bill Young and Mrs .George O. Hubbard. iCourier News Photo) Rntlrdcc and Mrs. Frank Webb anc her brother. Joe ScriKjcs. [n Memphis today are Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. They went especially to attend the Rotary Con' vpntlon. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shinn and children of Rogers, Ark., are here visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Foy Et- rhieson, for a few days after having spent ten days rireji-sca fishinc In the Gulf of Mexico. They rniurn home Sunday. Mr. and Mr.s. Earl Thomas went to Memphis today to attend the Rotary Convention. Number Nine School Number scene of a -Cat Frocks Are Fun D re n rt n Kay N ic Ii ol as, Smith and David Galtics. Third Grade—Ann Phillips, Janice Rnswli, Shirley Kay nhnnrfs, elmn Dean Wilbanks, Loui.= e Bnl- BlVmday Party Mary Ann BroivnlPe. Kathyc' * *' ' * *' Caldwell. Janet L Donahue, Ruby Sue Dowty, Brrnda Joyce ''cars. Lois Key. Sandra Keener nd Stny K. Long. Socnnri Oracle — Ruth Abbott, tammy Black wood, Billy Boyd. Tommy Calhoun, H firry Cook, Wllrtia Cole, 1,1 icy Crawford.Mal- colm Griffin. Jr., Jim GfH, Bobby Henderson, Dickie Jackson, Mary Virginia Kerner, Pat Phillips, Sue Barney, Donna Kny Sanders, Mary- Kay Stevens, Jimmy Lynn Tirhvell and Glenda Thompson. First Grade—Brenda Alexander, Blytheville Junior Auxiliary Names Five New Provisional Members Blytheville Junior Auxiliary has named five new provisional members, Jlrs. Robert A. Warron, Mrs. Max Usrey, iM-vin Young, Mrs. George G. Hubbard, By Sue Burnett nlnfi school was the birthday party Tuesday Don Bowman, Charles Byars, Joyce Byrrt. Dewynne Bates. Jimmy Rrock,! Number Nine. Birthday cake nlpht when nobby Smith celebrated his 17th hirthrtay with his class I at school in attendance anrl the sophomore class of Cooler High School also present. The school room was decorated with wysteria and Iris In mixed sprine arrangements, along with party decorations. The guests were presenter! favors, finrf party prizes went to Anna Jnckson nnd Jeanie Edwards of j Cooler and Martha Lee Hunt, of Shirley Blnir, Sue Brown, Franklin Eubanks. Sherry Hnrrtrn, Brend.i Hfirrlfr.Cllfforcl Gross, Mary A line* Kirk. Billy Keener, Dixie Lynn, Frankie Lewis, Don Allan LippctUj^ n , ,. . , loria Morgan. Jce Newsum. Sue Looter Louple Married Nicholas, Larry Ryalis, Eddie Sharp. . - Jeweldine Tucker and Sherry Wilf. and icrd drinks served by the hostesses, Mrs. Mneeip Smith anri Mrs. M. L. Hart. A special fruest was Mrs. Eric Ray. Rustic !nn Scene Of Canasta Party Ceremony At Piggott Mrs. J. N. Smothmnan was hos- is to the Alpha Delta Cha.pter of Betn Sitrma Phi Tuesday with a canasta party at the Rustic Inn High score honors \vere presented j served to Mrs. Andrew Moses, second htch n;l?; a Tn a single ring ceremony, performed by Judge FVench in Pigcott Friday, Mrs. Mary Jewell Law.son became the bride of Curios Ray Puch. Both are Cooter resident*. Mr. and Mrs. Thermnn Ashcraft al?o of Cooler were th?- couple.s only attendants. Mrs. Pugh is a graduate of Coo! ter Hifih School and h now rm- | ployed at Rnel Ashcr's. Mr. Pilch in World War II and now trucking business. to Mrs. W. H. O'Kerfe and Mrs. The couple Is at. home in Cooter Utho Barnfes took bridgo. iA d t C w erl C0lirw i n as l rrv ^ l Mi's. Grounds Is Guest Each table was centered with yellow gladioli. Cominv Events o Of Semi-Canasta Club Adorable look-alike fashions tha. are cleverly fitted, with full s\ tiny ruffle trim. Two separate pat tern/;. Pattern N*o. 836fl is a sew-ritr perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12. 14, Ifi, 18. 20. Size 12, 4\ yards of 39-inch. Pattern NCK 8370 is a sew-ritc per- I L.nFmr=se foratcd pattern in sizes 3, 4, f>, fi, 7.; Mrs. Mnrv:n Nunn 8 years. Size 4, 2 5'8 yards of 39-1 Latiirs Bible Cb inch. For tho.^e patterns, send 30c for Fridaj- i La Finesse Club meets In the; home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr. j Alpha Delta Chuptr-r of Beta Sic- j ma Phi will hold Us ritual of jewel. 1 ; ccremnny at the hninr o^ Mr.s. Dick Wnl.*rm, 703 N.E. Parkway, nt 7:30 tonicht. Mrs. Br*nny Grimrs Is hostess to Friday Canasta Club. will he entertained by Jr.. at 1:30 p.m. of First Moth- Mrs. Ollcn Grounds was a cuest of the Srmi-Cai\a^ta Club ye.ster- day when Mrs. Dnug Deen entertained the qroup. Mrs. J. W. Simpson and Mrs. Earl Knipple won first and second prizes, respectively. Sprint; flower* were nserl throueh- nut the lii'inp mom. The hostess frrved refrcphnient?. Jr., Mrs. William and Mrs. Dale Indoctrination for membership is no them. Before they are named to full membership, preparation is marie. Under the leadership of Mrs. John Cnudill, vice president, the provisional members will study needs of the cotmnunity and work. 1 ; of the city government. During the orientation period, they will visit city offices, civic organizations and work with welfare. They will Iparn the exact works of the auxiliary and responsibility of membership. Although only one of the group is originally from Blythevllle their families are Identified with civic, -social, and religious crcles of ths city. Mrs. Max Usrey, Jr., who now re- jsirfes at 1703 Holly. Ls a native of Bastrop La. She was formerly Mis- 1 Ruth Curils and was educated al University of Tennewec. Mr. and Mrs, Usrey have one chilxl Max Us •cy III. who Ls ten months old. Mrs. Dale Brings wns born in Blytheville and has lived here al! her ife. She was Mif-s Jeannetta Jeanne Seabaugh. daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. C. V. Soabaugh of 1000 Hcarn William Woods Junior College Fulton. Mo., and Drake Universits at Dc^Nfoines. la., are the school, where she w,as educated. Mr. and Mr.s. Briggs. who live at 1007 Wes Main, have two children, cherc- CnrU.sle 6 and Dale Vincent 2. Sirs. George • »i u h li a r ( Is from Senatobla, Miss., and Is former member of the Blytheville Hich School faculty. She was educated, at Weslcyar. College in Macon, Ga. and University of Tennessee. She is the former Miss Jane Sheridan. Mrs. Hubbard. her husband and their two boys now reside j nt 1611 Holly. Their children are Georee Gaines .II, who is 20. mnnths old. and William Sheddan. 1 MX months old, Mrs. William Ervln Younjj who is now Living at 1111 Willow is tor- meily from Jone.=;boro. Her school i.s Arkansns State College. Mr. and Mrs. Young have one little girl. Janet ape 9. She is the former Miss ItnoKene Forbes. Mr.i. Rohfrt A. Warren was formerly of Corinth. Miss., where she wa,s 'MISS Gladys McCaricr. Bobby under way for s Mr. and Mrs. Warren's only hild. They make their home at 19 Adams Street. The auxiliary's constant projects ire providing milk for those school children who would not otherwise lave u. They also have children 1 . 1 ; eyes tested and have corrections mane. At present, they are bringing a close their Easter Seal Drive. For next year, their project will be a school for handicapped children. By A1JCIA HART NBA Beauty Kdltor The most excitinz word In the beauty and health fields today is chlorophyll. Nature's own ingredient, this substance has becom* firmly established as an airi in combating body and mouth odors. And now, to prove there is no end to the versatile Qualities of chlorophyll, it has been combined with a new shampoo preparation to keep your hair odor-free and sweet- smelling for days after the shampoo. This revolutionary chlorophyll preparation is made in three types for oily, dry and normal hair, and recommended as an effective deodorizing and cleansing ajrent whether your hair is course or fine. And there are other "plus" features to take into consideration. The shampoo creates rich, creamy suds in even the hardest water. HH will leave your hair lustrous and manageable, in addition to its virtues in destroying the bacteria that affect the fragrance of your scalp and hair. The emphasis on hair beauty Is even more concentrated now that spring is here. Pert bonnets perched on ttie top of your head definitely demand that your hair be perfectly coif fed. And whether you live in the city or on a farm, exposure to the elements makes it difficult for vou to are well under control T " Shampoo your h.iir in Fragrant- loveliness uilh a brand new chlorophyll preparation that is unlike any other one j'ou hare ever used. Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Sims Take Top Honors at Club Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs H. C. Sims look top honors last night in a five-table Ho well movement at the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League. Second was won by Mrs. W. A. \fflick and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Third went to Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W.'D. Chamblin. Circular Fort A Martello tower is a circular masonry fort designed to form a keep your hair fragrantly; P art - of coastal defense. These forts sweet or well groomed. With the were popular about 1300. but have help of tliis new chlorophyll sham- L been discontinued as they wera poo, you'll find your hair problems' found to be of little practical value. Teens, Save Time Get A System IB Meets In the Home Of Mrs. R. T. Mills Mrs. Richard T. Mills was hcstess lost nipht to GIB Club. Mrs. John Lewis was a guest of the club. Mrs. Jane Carson won high score, Miss Vera Goodrich, second, and bridge went to Mi- 1 *; Luella Barnes. The hostess served a dessert course and spring flowers were used decoration. In vr ry jiunny re?mns. riark rlnihinc mny arlvjally be better than white, reflrctin? clothinj:. pin rrrrmnny atid formal dance at Hotel Noble." EACH, in COINS, your name, ad- drc5«. sizes de^ireti. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burtietr. Courier News. 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. III. ndist Church hn,s 2:30 p.m. meeting i at the church. Mr?? Render, on | Hale. Mrs John Monre. Mrs. B. M j Matthew* and Mrs. W. D. Henley I are lirfrif-sr.;;. I niyihfvnlc Ci^rrirn Club will have; .lecture.- by Dnrothy Biddle, "Flnwrr j ".••*-. n Send 25 cente today for your copy \ Arrancrmrnt Mad? Easy" at 1 p.m.. ' r *^''', r( 7 FASHION' *52 u Fhow.< ' and "Adventures in Table Setting" , -«£h" :n PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin of Basic you h<v.v to in a k P yii u r \va r ci r o do double riuty wi;h efoiinnur time-savms My IP?. Gif printed inside. 25 cent*. ; at pm. pntiern • Alpha BE I Alpha will :n Chaptrr of EpMl'^n f have a banquet. Jewel , OLD FASHIONED BARBECUE First of the Season FRIDAY, Apr. 25th—5 to 9 p.m. $1 Per Plate (With Al 50? {\\ith All The Trimmings) CHILDREN'S PLATE Lake Street Methodist Church RT ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Do you consider yourself a teenager who lives an orderly life, or Ls mast of your time spent in muddled confusion? Putting things where you can find them really isn't a.> difficult as you may imagine. Take your bureau drawers, for instance. Ho 1 lonfi does li take you fo locate a .scarf, or that pin with the horse's | head you are so fond of? And have' you ever found those cloves your mother gave you on your last birthday? Actually, you'll save yourself a lot of time and effort if you spend an hour or two completely emptying the drawers, and then reorganizing what you wa nt to ke pp . Pu t your jewelry, scarves and gloves in one drawer. If you like, mnke partitions with cardboard. Your shps, pan tit's and pajamas hclnna; in another drawer, neatly starked in sections. What H Joy will be tor y c u t n 1 nok for som e - thine and be able to find it at gJancc! Et»t aside 5ome ^pace for miscel- lanprws items ?uch as belts, anklets hanribng.s and any other accessories ; you mny own. And again, don't, just pile everything away. Get a systerr into your housekeeping. By the way. the drawers will look nicer if you line the bottoms with while shelf paper. You might even ow in a few sachet bnes to add a .elishtful fragrance to your clothe." Tflkin;: rare of your belonging lay noi fftom especially importan .t this point in life, but what yoi re do= n ? ;.s esT a hi i.s h ing a -set o Le-ss than 120 miles southwest o! Bordeaux are the famous resort j towns of. the Basque coat, Biarritz and St. Jean de Luz. them HA perfect as possible — for ytiur own beauty's ?aV:e. Fits the Bill A \vondcvlul gi>-\vith- anylhinj; shoe of white hnU-hci- liticn. For cool, cool cnmforl all throuirh Iho tli«y llvs shoe is the one thai fits (lie bill. Only 2.98 Keiley's Your Friendly Shoe Store Hlydievillc, Ark. mini: patterns that or ever. You should, try will las to mak Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission !)c & 30c At All Times TUSSY CREAM DEODORANT if Insta?itly stops perspiration odor ic Checks perspiration moitture big SI jar... now 011 Tii5*y cosmclic Cream Deodorant proterls your rtalntfne?* /mm breakfast • to bcdlim*. histanlly *topR pRrspiratiqn odor, checks perspiration moisture. Safe for normal skin...filmiest fabrics. Stays creamy-soft down to tbe bottom of the jar. limited time only THURS.-FRI. Pal Nites 2 For Price of One WOODS DRUG Blytheville THURSDAY & FRIDAY HOMEMAKING Can Be Made EASIER.;; There's no need for you (o spend beautiful Summer flays indoors, scrubbing and ironing heaps of soiled laundry. Let us take over your laundry chores al a surprisingly !CTV cost. We take meticulous care. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4413 Also Cartoon R Novelty Keel Ritz Guests Mr. & .Mrs. Floyd 1'cclor & Family .Mr. X- Mrs. .T. t,. King & Family CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Siie* up to 36 ITL Corrugated Metal Culvert* Bi7cs up to 84 in. A. H. WEBB Alllomallc Flood Oalri Concrete A Mtlal Septic Tan Sewer Tile tlfsl Prices Vic nttt Highway 61 at Slat* l.lM Phone 714 FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blythevllle Motor Co. Phone 1121

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