The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 8, 1954
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1954 BBS CHEERLEADERS — Misses Beth Johnson. Susan Moore, Peggy Taylor. Gnil Whilsltt, Dolores Adams. Kny Jobc nnd Nan Miller (left to right) nre ihc ones who lend the BlytnevWe High School student body in cheering the Clilckasnws on to victory at football (tames. They will be seen tonlKht nl Hnley Field when the Chicks take on the Whiteharai Tigers at 8 p. m. (Courier News I'holo) - Society News - ;« A«« Mnll/nM. QMKiafu RVlifnr * PllO Mis» Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Weed man Complimented With Party Mrs. Edwin Weedman, a recent bride, was complimented with a bridge and canasta party last night at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. Harry Weedman and Mrs. Leon Smith were hostesses. Bronze, yellow and purple mums were used on the tables where the guests were seated. Mrs, Weedman wore for the occasion a rd faille dress with black accessories and was presented IL white carnation corsage and crystal in her chosen pattern by her hostesses. Mrs. Hugh Copeland, mother of Mrs. Weedman of Osccola ,was also presented with a carnation corsage. Mrs. Pat Danehower of Osceola was also an out-of-town guest. I In the bridge games 'winners were Mrs. Robert Weedman, high, and Mrs. Sanford Tonlllnson, second high. Canasta winners were were Mrs. H. N. Swcarcngcn, Jr., high, and Mrs. Jim Gardner, second high. Mrs. Gardner also won brldgo. Preceding the games ihe hostesses served a dessert course. M. M. Class Has Potluck Supper And Meeting Here Members of the Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met nt the home of Mrs. C. S. Baggett last night for a potluck supper. Mrs. Dula Morris was co-hostess.. Following supper n business session and elections of officers were held with Mrs. R. E. Blaylnck presiding. Mrs. Blaylock wns re-elected president and other officers elected were Mrs. Aldolph Heim'ckc, vice president, Mrs. Baggctt, treasurer and Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, treasurer. Group leaders elected, were Miss Marie Harnish, Mrs. J. M. Wnlls. Mrs. W. L. Ferguson and Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. W. M. Williams reviewed the book "Bless This House" and Mrs. Helnicke dismissed the group with prayer. Coming Events Friday Sudbury PTA having spaghetti supper at school from 5:30 to 1'.3Q p.m. Story Hour Resumes Schedule AlPublicLibrary imaginary trips to fnr-nwiiy places are again in store for elementary school children who visit the weekly Story Hour at the public library each Saturday lasting from 0:30 to 10:30. Sponsored by the niythcville Junior Auxiliary with the cooperation of Mrs. Ira Gray, librarian, the Story Hour brines the beat In literature to the children Iron: the first through the fourth grades. Mrs. Newton Whltls and Mrs. Albert Taylor arc story tellers for the fall sessions. The first atteiulancr contest will continue until mid term Mrs. Wliitls said, when Ihe winning grade will receive books for their library. The competition will be among grades over Ihe city, ratlin- than aiiionu Hie schools. It was reported that 5!) children attended the opening. Story Hour last Saturday. Deborah Class Has Fish Supper At Wade Home The Deborah Gins* of the First Baptist Church was niti'rtn Inert with a fi.'fh supper at the home of Mr.s. R. I,. Wmle last night. There were 11) members and two visitors present. Thi> tnble where th« gur.sts \vero seated wa* centered with fall flowers. The devotional was given by Mrs. F.. E. Stevens and an election of uttieevs wus held, Dr, Kdnn Nifs presided over the business .session. Officers elected were Mrs. W. ,1 Rod«ers, president; Mrs. Louise Walpole. vice-president; Mr.s. Carrie Muery, secretary; Mrs. Leslie Moore, treasurer, and Nil's, Alvln Huffman, Sr., publicity chairman. LaNueve Bridge Club Has Meeting InHalsell Home The La Nuovc Club wa.s entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs, Mclvin' HulKCll. Mrs, Ijcoimrcl Oldham won hlyh In the bridal! games; Mrs. Hun White won second high and Mrs. Lynn Hiif;he,s won brldgo .Mr:-.. Foy Etchle.son was n truest of the Hruiip. Talisman roses were u.sed to center the tables where, the KIH?MS were seated nnd other types of roses were used throughout, the cn- terlalnfi rooms. Preceding the bridge names the ho.stcs.s .served a dessert course. Kibitzer Club Entertained by Mrs. McHaney Mrs. Robert G. MeHiUu:y entertained members of Ihe Kibitzer Club yesterday afternoon. .She had one gtifsl. Mrs. Gerald Jlloymeyer. In (be bridge giiinas winners were Mr.s. ,1. M. Williams, .Jr., high and Mr.s. J. II. Smarl, second high. Arrangements of periwinkle. v,in- .lias and roses were used throughout the onterl.H.lning rooms. Party foods were served by the hostess. At the Hospitals nlythrvHle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Woodrow Wil.son and baby R!. 3. city Mr.s. Robert Perrygin and baby, city John 1-lnlise. Horner.sville Mrs. Floyd Uiuger, Cooler rhicknsinvfoa Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harold Darby, ctty Charles Newromb. city Mrs- Roy Shepherd, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Patsy Russell. Mamia Mrs. PI I vens Kisner. Manila Mr.v Beatrice Nichols and baby, SUH'le Jark Welch, city Mid-Week Club Conducts First Game of Year The Mid-Week Club held its meeting of Ihe fall season yesterday when Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertained. The table where Ihe puests were seated for ihe luncheon was centered with an urranf;eme!!t of garden flowers and oilier fall flowers were iisf'd throughout (he enter tain ing rooms. Guests of the prmip were Mrs. ,T. E. Dicks nnd Mrs. John Cherry . Wuuier.s In the bridge games were Mrs. Hurry W. H nines, high and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, second high. Bits oi News goes ihopplng lor a drew, she usually chooses black as her color Especially If she is heavy, she feels she can "hide" In black, charcoal or oxford itray, and navy will make n heavy vroman appear simuiier and are kinder to skin tones than black. Black is an excellent foil for the older woman with soft white hair and very light skin tones. But, unless you have natural coloring, blnck is not for you. Above all don't hamper your wise color choice in clotnes by wearing the wrong make-up .Avoid yel- low In make-up as you do 111 clothe« and accessories, choose your foundation and powder with a faint pink tint. Lipstick and rouge In a rosy led are most flattering. Every woman, but particularly the woman who has passed 40, should treat her face and necii as one. Always use the same cleanser and lubricating cream-, on your neck as you use on your face. Read Courier News Classified Adi. Mission Festival To Be Held at Lutheran Church A mission festival will be held at (lie . Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. The .sermon will be a( 3 p. m. nnd will be on missions. Refreshments will be .served by the puild at (lie conclusion of the program. Mr.s. Karris McC'iiJIn is n patient in the ( Chiekn.suwba Hospital. O. S. Croweil i.s undergoining IrcitineiiL at the Chickns;iwba Ho-s^ pital. Mr. and Mrs, Guy Trissler nnd children of Millington, Tenn., will bi; the gue.sts of Mr. and Mrs. tt F. Kir.shner. Mrs. M. T. Moon returned yesterday morning from Russell ville where siie spent several days visiting her daughter, Mrs W. F. Cooley, and children. Mr. ami Mrs. Russell Phillips have returned Irorn St. Louis where they .spent .several days. They were accompanied by their daughter. Mrs. Vance Alexander. III. of Genmmlown, 'IVmi. Miss Jeanne Campbell and Jack Elliott, students at the university of Mississippi, will be the week end guests of their parents, Mr. nnrt Mrs. Russell Campbell, and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scruggs. Hill Cook, Jr., has returned to his home in lifts Angeles, Calif., after having spent suvcrnl day;; here us guests of luu inirent.s, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Smilh IKIVC n-turncd ironi Montnoinery, Ala., where they were the guests of Uii-ir daughter. Mr.s. Jolinny Weatbers, Mr. Weathers and uhil- dren. MisKi:-;si])pi County Sludenls who have been elected to be on the editorial .staff of the University of Arkansas College of Am'icultnrt 1 .student publication are Franciile MivUn-h nt Oseeul.i, news editor; Shirley Heard of Klownh, and Jo Alice Mcginre of Hlytlu-ville, rol- lention nian:i[.:er.s. and Jan Raycter of niytheville. stuff assistant. Billy Lutes, sou ut Mr. uml Mrs. Hurry Lutes, a (re.shman at the University of Arkansn^. has pledged to Alpha Gamma Hho Fratern- i!y nnd has been selected a:; a mcnibrr ol Ihe Collegiate Singers. R. A. Caiy. Haneruft Terry. J. V. Gates and K. R. Ma.son lelt today for Fayeiteville where ihe will iU- end the Univer.sily nt Arkansa.s- Baylor football game tomorrow afternoon. . Mrs. Winnie Huffman and Miss Lima Wlmcim will spend tomorrow in Memphis where they will foe the of their .sister, Mrs. Ethel yneett. Mrs. Hoy Shepherd who lias been unilevfinmg tvevUnvtmt at the Chi- ckasnwhn Hospital is now at, her home. SL^Klt l-'IT — Sleekly fitted suit by Christian Dior — New York is in two-tone featherweight fabric that combines-wool and dacron. This is a luxurious, tweedy fabric that's soft to the toucY Short jacket has dropped shoulder fine, low neckline filled in with velvet ascot and hugh black rose. Skirt is straight, with kick-pleat. Relieve Suffeiing Fast-Effectively with W VAPOR UB are mui tea to attend our FORMAL OPENING Saturday, October 9 FREE CARNATIONS FOR EVERYONE! DOLLIES FLOWERS "The House of Personalized Serv/ce" Ph. 3- •MA c rv • • OWNED and OPERATED BY 330 5. Division DON and DOLLIE WHITNEY Slumber Tips • For Good Rest The older woman who complains of a few sleepless niphLs Is not i;oc:fs.'inr!ly u victim ol insomnia. As any doctor will tell her, an occasional sleepless night never did anyone any harm. But, Ijciiuty-wisc. 1 , n sleepltvss iu'i;in will result in a tivetl-lookiny; lace and body. So, it's best, to find the ciiiiso of n sleepless night. Several Lhiiu;s may contribute . lo sleeplessness, First of all. the bed uiiittfess und spi-ing should be tuven regular checKups to make sure the; arc adequate for a sood night's rest. Hunger may be a cause of one's lumU\K niKl tossing all nlRht. Loo. So, [he woman who eats a light-. early .supper should huvc n. light snack before rcLlrliiR. Sleeping position is nnolhcr fac- lor to hi; considered, too. People who sleep on their stoimichs often complain of shoulder and neck aches. This is because in order to breathe they must turn their necks IEU- to the side, Slecptnu on one's side is the most relaxing position of all. Relaxation Is necessary for a good nicht's sleep. To relieve nervous U-usUm, try tuktuR EI lukewarm bath shortly before bedtime, While you're in Ihe tub, lei yourself relax completely. Put your haul back and close your eyes. \Yhen you feel you can net into bed and go rifiht to sleep .step nut of your bath. Or. try listening to your favorite music lor an hour beiofe bedtime. Skin Tones Cue Color Many older women who readily admit (hat they hve sallow skin wem- shocking pink blouses or royal blue hiiis because they think wearing them will bring more color to their cheeks. Actually wearing bright colors close to the face tends to make a sallow complexion look more sallow by contrast. If your complexion 1ms a. yellov line, colors th»t will absorb .the dullness from the skin are IUOIT flattering. Your best colors are off- white, oyster, beige, gray and bright nnvy blue. When the sallow-skinned woman Musi? is a very sood form of relaxation and using this method you'll line! yourself completely relaxed and tcady for n deep sleep in a matter of minutes. October is National "Eat Out" Month Bring Your Wile to Sunday Dinner At HOTEL NOBLE Special Sunday Dinner — October 10, 1954 SERVED FROM 11:30 TO 2:00 AND 5:30 TO 8:00 PM PRICE OF ENTREE INCLUDES COMPLETE DINNER oooOOOooo HOMEMADE VEGETABLE SOUP FRESH FRUIT CUP CRABMEAT COCKTAIL-SEAFOOD SAUCE ICED GRAPE JUICE SUN RIPENED TOMATO JUICE HALF GRAPEFRUIT AU CHERRY OooOOOooo HOSPITALITY TRAY MICHIGAN CELERY HEARTS QUEEN OLIVES BELLE PEPPER RINGS GARDEN RADISHES CRISP CARROT STRAWS SWEET PICKLE CHIPS oooOOOooo ENTREES Baked Long Island Duckling. Dressing, Ouava Jelly 1.65 Fried Pork Tenderloin Cutlet, Candied Louisiana Yams 1.50 Roast Prime Rib of Western Beef, AU Jus L85 Pan Fried Whole Rocky Mountain Rainbow Trout.-Lemon Wedge 1 - 1 5 Grilled Choice Veal Chop. Spiced Peach 1.50 Broiled One Half Sin-ing Chicken on Toast 1.65 Seafood Platter: Fish. Scallops, Oysters. Shrimp, & Smelts.. 1.15 Assorted Fruit Plate with Raspberry Sherbet 1.35 oooOOOooo ORANGE ICE OP. LIME ICE VEGETABLES SNOWFLAKE POTATOES FRESH CORN ON COB BUTTERED BROCCOLI oooOOOooo SALAD LETTUCE HEARTS, THOUSAND ISLAND DRESSING oooOOOooo BREAD BUTTERCRUST ROLLS PLAIN SLICED VANILLA MUFFINS WHOLE WHEAT oooOOOooo DESSERT PASTRY HOT MINCE MEAT PIE LEMON MERINGUE PIE FROZEN PINEAPPLE ICE CREAM FRESH PEACH DELIGHT STRAWBERRY PARFAIT MIXED FRUIT SUNDAE COFFEE MILK Sc HOT OB ICE TEA Portraits of Quality \ The Child Art Studio Ulylheville !><> 3-8606 OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT TECHI.iCOLOR •—PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS SATURDAY ONLY Double Fearure Program —AND- -A''REPi>BLIC WCTU*E- PLUS CARTOON: "WEE MEN SUNDAY and MONDAY neBicI Affair /s one -terrifi Released Itiru United Artists Cartoons: "Home Made Home" & "Hot Rod Huckster" ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREK WITH PARENTS AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. anil 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY DANNY KAYE in fcHOCKOHWOOD * ^ CoWbrTECHNlCOlOR * * PLUS SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program Terror By Night" PLUS CARTOON: "STUPID CAT SUNDAY and MONDAY Shirley BooihSjitops her Academy Au-ardWriumph ill "Come Back.fLiitlc Sheb SHIRLEY BOOTH ROBERT RYAN N HAL WALLIS'PRODUCTION 5?' I C»>v.i.,»iMARJIE MILLAR • ALEX NICOL D«,!H« ky DANIIl MANN • Scutnpliy by KETTI THINGS !M HAL KANIEB fj ...-..^...^.(MO,,,,. . ....wwttuM -gSJ PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS

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