The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 24, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1954 Society News llnrv SrwiAtv RditAr ' Millie Aon Jfallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Winners Game Conducted by Bridge League JHjrth«vlll« Duplicate Bridge League played an eight-table scramble Mitchell Movement last night and a special winners game. '•Winners were Mrs. Russell Phil- lipc and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, first with 115% points and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. C. C. Councille, second with tttt points. There 'was a tie for third between Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Samuel F. Nonis and Mrs. O. W. Coppedge who had 92% points. Bits of News Mrs. Nina Thompson of Mor janes ville, Ky., is the guest of he daughter, Mrs. Connie Modinger Jr., Mr. Modinger and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush and .son will have as their guests thi week end Mr. Bush's brother, Ai ger Bush, and Mrs. Bush of'Dan dridge, Term. They will attend th football game in Memphis tomor row. Mrs. Lillian Fraruc and Mrs Melvin Halsell and daughters, Di ane and Susan, will spend the da} in Memphis tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Colston the parents of a daughter born Wednesday at Chiclcasawba Hospi tal. The baby has been named Charlotte Ruth...Mr. and Mrs. Col canceled due-to the Cotton Picking iston have three other children. Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Charles Oerrald were in place with 90& points. A masterpoint game will Mrs. fifth be played Saturday afternoon and the Beauty Revue. The Side Show 8179 ttft-24* By Sue Burnett So slim 'and lovely — so wearable right through till spring. Lore's special design for half sizes feature* &'smart side closing. Pattern No. 8179 is in sizes 12&, 14%, ISfc,, 1S&,. 20%, .22%, 24%. Size 14%, short sleeve, 4% yards of 39-inch;' 2 yards trimming. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372" W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The fall and winter '54 issue is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. Airman 2/C and Mrs. Charle Booker of Biloxi, Miss., are th guests of their parents, Mr. an* Mrs. Frank Wagner and Mr. ani Mrs. Upton Booker. Elwyn C. Caldwell, who is ,a stu dent at Georgia Tech, has becom a member of the Tau Beta Pi, ; national engineering honorary fra ternity, and Eta Kappa Nu, an other engineering fraternity. Mr Caldwell is secretary of the Eta Kappa Nu and is also senior representative on the Student Council. Alien Bush left this morning for Knoxville, Tenn., where he is a student at. the University of Tennessee Law School. Cecil Graves, Jr., son of Mr. -and Mrs. C. E. Graves, student of the University of Al a b am a , has pledged Delta Sigma Phi. Jim Bedwell will spend the week end in Memphis, where he will attend the football game. Jimmy Walden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wftlden.-is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Burdette4-H Club Has Meeting Th,e Burdette 4-H Club met at the school this week for elections of officers. Officer* elected were Rosezanna Childers, president; Betty Tyer, vice-president; Lane-Barber, reporter; Peggy Garner, secretary and Mable Crook and Marilyn Lutes, song;, leaders. Guests' of the group were A. J. Maloch. county agent, and Miss Betty Smith, home demonstration agent. A simple thing like changing the • part in your hair may be all you need to give your spirits a prespring lift. Next time you shampoo your hair, experiment. The suds will help you to mold the hair. When you're creaming your face c.t night, remember to include your hands, arms and elbows. Start massaging the cream at the knuckles,- working up to the wrists, then massage your arms to the shoul- To minimize enlarged veins in the hands, press down on them when applying hand cream. And raise your arms and shake the wrists frequently to stimulate circulation. Mrs. Whitis Entertains La Nueve Club Mrs. Newton Whitis entertained members of the La Nueve Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. Fred Warren, yesterday. Preceding the bridge games the hostess served a dessert course. Arrangements of chrysanthemums were used throughout the entertaining rooms. In the games played, winners were Mrs. Coleman Stevens, high, Mrs. R. E. Green, second high, and Mrs. Russell Parr, bridge. Guests of the group were Mrs. Jack Webb and Mrs. Parr. Lottie Moon YWA Conducts Meeting The Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Howard Caldwell last night with 12 members, two new members, Misses Lydia Kettinger and Betty Covens*, and one visitor present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Miss Geraldine Henton followed by the group repeating 'the watchword. Miss Marcella Ray presided over the business session and the devotional was given by Miss Alberta Sadler. Mrs. C. S.: Birmingham dismissed the group* with prayer-; In the social hour that followed, birthday gifts were presented to Mrs. Birmingham. '"hi 11 ion Canasta Club Has Meeting Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth entertained members of the Chillion Club yesterda yafternoon at 'her home. Guests of the group were Mrs. Paul Byrum, Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Edith Permenter. Winners in the games were Mrs. Mike, Meroney, high, Mrs. Mary ffatfield, second high; and Mrs. Sally Freeman, low. Mrs. Byrum v/on guest high. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served refreshments. DOUBLE EXPOSURE—Curva for curve, there isn't much difference between Gloria Monsolino, above, and Marilyn Monroe, the girl she's filling in for during filming of the "Seven-Year Itch" in New York City. All she does is pose while the - cameras and microphones are placed in the right spots. But she never gets photographed even though her measurements make her a double for the real Marilyn, shown in photo she's holding. Vendredi Bridge Has Meeting The Vendredi Club was entertained last night by Mrs. Billy Joe Gean. 'In the bridge games played winners were Mrs. Hank Dodd, high Mrs. Bob Gardener, second high and Mrs. Frank Hall, bridgo.. Mrs. George Anderson and; Mrs, Gardener were new members of the club. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served a dessert course, <ibitzer Club Has Meeting Mrs. Rube Carson entertained members of the Kibitzer Club yes- erday afternoon at her home. •Mrs. Bob Warren and Mrs. W. M. bntz .were guests of the group. Mrs, R. D. Hughes, Jr., won high nd Mrs. Alex Curtis, second high, the bridge games played. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: James Clay, city Eddie Reed, city Harold Harry, city Airs. Reece Moore, city Ray Hudson, city Jimez Regalado, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Lula Rhoads, city Mrs. Thomas Harshman, Tomato Mrs. Thomas Dorris and baby, city Birthday Party Here Larry Hassell was entertained on his sixth birthday yesterday by his mother, Mrs. Katherine Snell. There were 23 present. In the games played during the afternoon winners were Chester Hopper, Jr., and Karen Scherer. Favors of balloons and horns were presented the children. At the conclusion of the games, refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. Mrs. Snell was assisted in serving by Mrs; Roy Schuhart and Mrs. Chester Hopper If it is, it's no wonder. Week after week and month after month through magazine articles and every kind of advertising, women are told that if they fail to do this or neglect to do that they can expect to lose their husbaads. TIE Bridge Club Conducts Game Members of the TLE Bridge Club were entertained Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson. In the bridge, games winners were Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, .high, Mrs. Jerry Scrape, second high, and Mrs. W. J. Cupples. bridge. At the conclusion' of'the games, a dessert course was served. Marriage Licenses The following couples have received •marriage licenses from the county-clerk:" Lee Ray Dortch and Esteiia Poe Crawford, both of Leachville. Homer E. Lorrow and Alma Bonita Spain, both of Blytheville. Yester Year Club Meets at Stickmon Home Mrs. W. A. Stickmon entertained members of the Yester Year Club at her home yesterday. The table where the guests were seated for lunch was centered with an arrangement of red rose buds. Other bouquets of roses were used throughout the entertaining rooms. New Liberty BWC Meets The Business Women's Circle of the New Liberty Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Harold Doyle this week for a Royal Service program and election ,of officers. " Officers elected for the • coming year were Mrs. Willard Bess, chairman; Mrs. Paul Long, co-chairman; Mrs. Buddy Brown, secretary and treasurer; Miss Frances Long, mission study; Mrs. Ben Craig, community missions; Mrs. Orville McGuire, advisor and Mrs. Don Whitney, reporter. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Check On Where Your Children Are Several readers have written to say. "Please, please won't you tell mothers to look after their own children during the vacation months?" Seems as though in many neighborhoods there are some mothers who turn •" their kids loose after breakfast and leave them on . the neighborhood for the rest of the day. It isn't surprising that the neighbors get a little tired of having these Ruth Mlllett children descend on their homes and yards day after day. One reader whose children are grown says, "Our place seems to be the target for the children whose mothers just turn them loose. They land on my yard with their wagons, bikes, guns, etc., and sometimes there are a dozen I or more children racing through) my yard, screaming and yelling,! breaking down shrubs, trampling flowers, etc. "My husband and I like children. But we would also like a little peace and quiet — and we don't get it — even on Sunday." Well, there it is, Mom. If the shoe fits, put it on. It fits, all right, if you have been kidding yourself that a child can be, turned loos* from morning to night to roam at will and not annoy any of your neighbors. It fits, if you art the kind of mother who doesn't check up on where your children are and what they are doing so long as they aren't under foot at home. Where is Junior right now? H you don't know, maybe you had better do a little checking up. Could be he is out annoying th« neighbors. Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio Blytheville Po 3-8666 Long Torso Princess A// Occasion Dress of Opulent Faille The new shape of fall in Marlene's sculptured dress of spot-resistant Duchess Nortex, faille. Lowset fullness swooshes out from unpressed pleats. A bit of luxury . . ., ,//j the mink button ornamented with rhinestone sprays. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT The GLENN MILLER STORY _ CNMUS Otttl M.M . ftMKE TNHS • NCIIT MOM* *•«••«• CvMI ShK«l FRANCES UWGFQRO • LOUIS ARMSTRONG - GENE KRUPA ' BEN POLLACK * T)C A UNIVERSAL- INTERNATIONAL PICTURE PLUS THREE CARTOONS Don't miss hearing TEX BENEKE play the GLENN MILLER hits at 15th National Cotton Picking Contest COTTON BALL, Fri., October 1, 1954. SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program —AND— CHAMP FOR A DAY A REPUBLK: PICTURE Apricot, rnifinto, polar b+'gt, red/ peococlr. Sizes 7-15. CARTOON "DIG THAT DOG' SUNDAY arid MONDAY of the Grcit Adventure! * JOHN FARROW MONCTIM Product* by JOSf n SISTKOW OirtctM by JOHN FAMO* Scrwnplly >r JONATHAN UflMtll . - f rfcn lht my* by Cl*l« N**N* PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS: "Pink & Blue Blues" & "Rabbit Seasoning" Admission 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parent! for the COURIER in Osceola, BILLY BEALL, 567-J In order to serve yon more efficiently, we suggest that you have your heating equipment checked and row pilot lights ,lit now. We, of course, will do everything possible to take care of your work whenever you call. Bnt to prevent unavoidable delay when that first cold snap "snows m under" with service work, have this work done NOW. We will do this for yon FKEE OF CHARGE Until Sept 30, 1954 (After Sept. 30 regular service charye will be made) Ark-Mo Power AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to ELCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritx & Hoxy Program Announcements Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRL, & SAT. 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