The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 29, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHETTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954 Society News illory, Society Editor ' Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Russellville Visitor Honored With Drop-In Approximately 50 guests called at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe yesterday morning when she entertained with a drop in honoring her sister, Mrs. W. F. Cooley of Rus- selliville. The table from which party foods were served was overlaid with a Quaker lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of yellow and purple flowers. Mrs. Cooley was presented a gift from her hostess. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Noble Gill and Mrs. John M. Stevens of Dell. Tri-Town Bridge Club Has Meeting The Tri-Town Bridge Club met Tuesday with Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr for a dessert bridge. An arrangement of deep rose zinnias in a wrought iron container was used in the den where the games were played. Other arrangements of zinnias and tube roses were used in the entertaining rooms. Winners in the games played during the afternoon were Mrs. ~~ ~ ' " s. Jack Bits of News WlottL p t Guests of the group were Mrs. E. E. Green and Mrs. Cuadra. Shampoo-time for this toddler (above) is a problem to neither her nor her mother. The mother is using: a new shampoo that's supposed to eliminate temper tantrums because it's non-irritating: to the eyes. It's said to leave hair manageable, too. New Shampoo for Babies is Said To Be Non-Irritating to Eyes Half-Size Charmers DRESS 8983 - 2414 By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor The old problem of frayed nerves caused by babies wailing protest against shampoo in their eyes has just been solved, according to the manufacturer of a new shampoo designed specifically for the young- By Sue Burnett Lovely dress and versatile jacket for shorter figures. ««?? 83 J£,^ «^, Z , es «. 41//2> lgl/ *' 181 '2-; Mrs. Tanna Freeman and Mrs. 20'/ 2 , 22%, 24%. Size 16%, short J Buford Cooley honored Mrs. W. A. Club Eight Meets In Owen Home Mrs. C. S. Owen entertained members of Club Eight at her home yesterday afternoon. Winners .in the bridge games played during the afternoon were Mrs. Otto Scrape, high, Mrs. Jess White, second high and Mrs. Charles Langston, bridgo. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served refreshments. er set. The new product, says the firm, will not burn or irritate the eyes. In addition, this shampoo is said! to ompart an unusually high' gloss' and to leave. the, hair- soft and manageable. The energy once expended in trying to manage a protesting child during the shampoo session can now be used to give the baby thorough hair care. Daily brushing is as important to a baby's hair as to an adult's. In addition to stimulating the circulation so that hair roots are nourished, brushing helps to lubricate dry ends and to 'whisk off surface dirt and dust. Mrs. J. S. Hughes, mother of Miss Monta Hughes, who has been .critically ill in a hospital in Mem- I phis is'imporved and is now at the home of her daughter on Hearn' Street. Mrs. F. L. Reed was in Memphis yesterday to bring her here. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thompson of Alton, Mo., formerly of Blytheville, are spending a few days here on business. Allen Fredrickson, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.. Fredrickson who has been a patient in LeBonheur Hospital in Memphis the past two weeks, was returned home yesterday afternoon. Mr .and Mrs. L. M. Cooper of Memphis are the parents of a son born Monday at Baptist hospital in Memphis The baby has been named Cary Long Cooper, Mrs. Cooper is the former Miss Peggy Long of Blytheville. Mrs. W. F. Cooley and children, David and Carol, of Russellville -will leave for their home today after having spent the past several days here with Mrs. Cooley's .parents Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon and her sister, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and family Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley. Norris Moon of Evansville, Ind., is the guest of his father, J. Norris Moon, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters are Mrs. Mallory's sisters, Mrs. Lewis Woodard, and daughter, Mary Janet, of St. Louis and Mrs. Gas- jton Brown of Risco. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and children wiU leave Saturday for a two-week vacation in Mrs. M. Smoky Mountains. Eaton has returned home after spending a week in Memphis. Air. and Mrs. Louis A. Berry and daughter will return to their home in Sanford, Fla., Friday after being the guests of Mrs. Berry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Howard White of Waterloo, Iowa, visited Mrs. B. B. Wilson Tuesday. Mr. White and Mrs. Wilson's son, Dick, were in training together during World War LT. receiving their wings as pilots at Stockton, Calif. Mrs. Ernest Roe is spending the At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital -Dismissed: Mrs. James. _ Choate and baby, Rt. 2, city Mrs. Algie Chrotts, Rt. 2. city Onie Fikes, Rt. 2, city Mrs. Calvin Robinson and baby, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Marlin Brackin, city Mrs. Buford Haynes, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. Caudle, city Clyde Quinn, city Walls oHspital Dismissed: Hugh Dorris, Nashville. Term. Mrs. Homer Nunnally, city Willie Jones, Rt. 3, city T ,, , . , ., -.-". ^-.ixi^ou iuut io O^JClilililg LUC It fa a good idea to massage the | week in Memphis visiting her son scalp before shampooing. Placing T rr,^,... , , ., ' fingers and thumbs flat against the scalp, rotate the scalp without moving your fingers. Children can be taught to do this as a game. The massage motion can be continued Mrs. Norman Honored On Birthday Here during the shampoo. Frequency of shampoo depends upon the season and .the type of hair your baby has. Outdoor play in spring and summer necessitates more frequent shampooing. And oily hair should be washed often. Larry Taylor, and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. F, Horn and W. R. Flippin of Memphis are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs. B. J. Allen, who was injured in. an automobile accident several weeks ago, underwent sur gery at the St. Vincent's Hospita in Little Rock. Tuesday. Her con dition is reported to be improved Conditicto of E. O. Adams, wh was injured in an automobile ac cident, is reported to be irnprovec SUMMER SHOES — Here's a look "at"shoes you are probably wearing this summer for fun in the sun. They're going along on winter vacations next winter, too, are lightweight, easy to pack. Natural colored raffia (upper left) has red band across the vamp, comes with flexible cork-and- crepe sole that cushions the foot. Washable braid in multicolor (upper right) makes sandal that has straps over the instep to give it firm fit. Denim, important in other fashions for resort wear, makes its appearance, too. Slip-on (lower left) is charcoal denim with soft cushion insole and light weight thick corrugated rubber-and-cork sole. New indoor-outdoor style (lower right) comes in a number of colors, each with white awning stripe vamp. This washable shoe has natural crepe sole. (By NEA Woman's Editor) He is in the St. Bernard's Hospital in Jonesboro. Guests of Mrs. W. A. Norman i are Mrs. I. M. Bentley of New j Orleans and Mrs. Vera Rhoda of Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stockton and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis have returned from a vacation spent in Florida. Mrs. F. D. Underwood, who has been critically ill, is reported to be slightly improved. She is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mr. and, Mrs. Joe Atkins and son have returned from a vacation spent at Rockaway Beach, Mo. Mrs. R. E. Rehbock left for her home in San Francisco, Calif., this morning after having been the guest of her mother, Mrs. P. M. Campbell, and family. Mrs. John House is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis, She is in Monroe Annex, Ward 1. ••*••• OPENS 6:45 EACH NitihT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY Niter RAIN or THURSDAY and FRIDAY sleeve, 3% yards of 39-inch. 8984 is in sizes 14%, 16%, 18%, 20%, 22%, 24%. Size 16%, 2% yards of 54-inch. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, m. The latest issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulating and a complete guide in wardrobe planning for a, new season. 25 cents per copy — send for it now. Norman at her home last nigh with a surprise birthday dinner. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. I. M. Bentley of New Orleans, La., and Mrs. Vera Rhoda of Detroit, Mich. Make a handy pin and needle case from an empty lipstick container by removing the last bit of lipstick and packing the holder with cotton for a cushion. FIRST BLYTHEVILLE OF ALL THE MIGHTY SPECTACLES in COLOR by Candles may be cleaned with a cloth dampened in alcohol. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE OSCEOLA Always Cool & Comfortable Sat. Night 10:30 P.M. Sunday and Monday July 31 and Aug. land 2 WARNER BROS.rxi mUlAM A. WHLLMAN'S WAftNtftCoLOR *«o STEREOPHONIC SOUND CINEMASCOPE JOHN CLAIRE UftAINE ROBERT WAYNE * TREVOR * DAY * STACK JAN MIL ROIERT DAVID STERUNG-HARRIS NEKTON BRIAN Nil HUT MftHMWER- DOC MOW MUfNJWKfl- JOHN SWTH • MtWKMH-cwT^'i STERLING HAYDEN COLEEN GRAY AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE KEITH LARSEN - TOM TULLY -JIMMY WAKELY with Tudor Ow«n - Lee Van Clttf PIODUCID n HAYES GOETZ DWCT» iv Lesley Selander Km*™ * Don Martin Plus 2 Color Cartoons "Cold War" & "Smoked Hams' Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. 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