The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR RT.YTIIEVTLI,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1988 Society Afettti Mullins, Society Editor I Phone 4461 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Bridge Club Has Weekly Meeting Mrs. J. C| Ellis entertained at her home yesterday for members of the Town and Country Club, and four euestfi, with an afternoon of bridge games. Guests other than club members Included Mrs. A. O. Hall, Mrs. Ed Dicks, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. John C. McHnney. Narcissi and lilacs were predominant among other spring flowers used by the hostess throughout her home. i Winners of the bridge games wore j and fe held at one of the Missis- Worker's Council To Be Held Friday A workers' council program meeting of Baptist Churches In tills association is to be held in Brown Chapel Baptist Church near Manila, Friday beginning at 10 a.m. Principal speakers for the day will lx> Or. and Mrs. H. I 1 . Mc'Cormick who are Baptist missionaries furlough. They have spent 20 yean, service in Africa and five years ii i. They will return to Hnwsii following their furlough. Tin 1 affair is a monthly program Mrs. Hall, first place, Mre. Dicks, second place, and Mrs. Welch bridge. Refreshments the afternoons ent< sippi County Churches. were served during I T| IpcrlnX/ (~ 11 lh entertainment, ' ucauuy V-IUU s in Home PEG Sisterhood Meeting is Held Mrs. W. I. Denton was hostess at the Arkansas Chop Suey Cottage to members of Chapter "D" of the PEO Sisterhood yesterday, for their semimonthly meeting. Nineteen members were seated at small tables for the two course luncheon. Lilacs interspersed with pansies were floating in small crystal bowls which centered each of the tables. Following lunch, Mrs: B. A. Porter presided over the business ses tion. Mrs. Jam«s C. Guard gave the day's program, "Twentieth Century Progress in Medicine," with the assistance of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Plays Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson was hos. less Tuesday to members of the Tuesday Bridge Club, when she invited Mrfi. Gean Atkinson to be guest player at her home. Luncheon was served from the diniiw room, where pastel tone tulips in silver formed the spring cen- tevplcce. Winners of the afternoon's bridg panic were Mrs. Riiey B. Jones, hig .score, and Mrs. Gean Atkinson, sec ond high. Luncheon Given For Bridge Club Mrs. WiUiarn Eldridge of Llttl Rock was a luncheon guest yes tcrday at the meeting of the Wed Monday Club at the home of Mr.s P. E. Black. Small tables were scattere about the entertaining rooms where bridge was played afte lunch. Floating panslcs formec the centerpiece for each table. Tulips in vivid shades ami Irif were used at vantage points Ir: the entertaining rooms. In the afternoon's bridge games, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham won first place, with second going to Mrs. Black. - « -lLlDClQ Two Guests Meet With CIB Club Mrs, Jack Cuadra and Mrs. Rube Carson of Baton Rouge, La., were guests last night of Mrs. Lewis Henderson, when she en-1 Vowel 1, is served birthday cake am _ Qt rQftV / Because Linda Lou Cullom was 1 years old yesterday, her parents Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Cullom, wcr hosts for a party In her honor, a their home. Thirteen of her friends were invited to Join the celebration. In the party games played. Rnyford Simpson and Sara Lou Boyett won prizes Mrs. Cullom, afislstcd by Mrs. Jack tcrtalned members o f the CIB Club nt her home. Dessert was served preceding the games of bridge, which provided the evening's entertainment. Tulips and iris were used by the hostess to decorate her home. Winners of the bridge game were Mrs. Gerald Blomoyer rtncl Mrs. Carson, first and second high scores, with bridgo going to Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. Mrs. Garrott is Program Leader • Airs. J. P. Garrott was lender yesterday of the program, "India: Nation or Subcontinent," which was given for members of the Deltonian Chapter of the Delphian Society at their semi-monthly meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Garrott was assisted,in giving the program by Mrs. William Wyatt, Mrs. George Dillahunty. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, and Miss Neal Ltirkett. A round-table discussion was hclc during the morning's meeting. • Topics of discussion were "India's Place In the World," "The Peoples of India," "The Nationalist Movements," "Problems in the Wake of Freedom," and "What Is the Prognosis?" ice cream during the afternoon's entertainment. Royal Service Program Given Business Women's Meeting Is Held Members of Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Business Women's Circles met jointly at the church Tuesday night for a Royal Service program, "Our Neighbor Mexico." A song and prayer began the meeting, which was attended by 24 members. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Howard Calri- well, Miss Ellen Moore. Mr.s. Jackie Tegethoff, Mrs. Hubert PoJ.sRrovc, Mrs. Gertrude Rambo, Mrs. Raymond Belknnp, Mrs. Georgia Hod tie, Miss Jean Norman, Mis.s Mary Muy and Miss Lucinda Cole. The meeting was closed with a prayer, after which a social hour was held. "Our Neighbor Mexico." WHS the title of the Royal Service program given Tuesday evening for mem- bens of the Gosnell Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church there. Mrs. Robert Williams was in charge of the program, Following the opening song, the watch .word was given by the «roup and a devotional by Mrs. Ira Jones. Those on the program were Mrs. Norman Shields, Miv;. Jack Moody, Mrs. Charles Moody, Mrs. F. E. Lucius, Mrs. J. R. Karnes, Mrs. W. E. Lott, Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr.s. Bill Crawford, Mr.s. Clarence Genii, Mre. M. L. Wilknmm, Mrs. Roy Me-. Kay, and Mrs. Henry Urlukley. Mrs. R. L. Maxwell dismissed the group with prayer, after which refreshments were served from the dining room. Bright colors red flowers, nnd Mexican novelties dec orated the dining room ,in keeping with the program theme. Methodist Meeting Conducted in Home Members of the Half Moon Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met at the ionic of Mrs. H. C. Buck, Tuesday with eight members nnd two guests, Mrs. Eugene Davis and Mr.s Jack Buck, of Lone Oak. The hostess gave the devotional, .ntl was in charge of the lesson which was taken from the program j book, "Proclaim the Good News." Each member present took part on the program. Cake and coffee were .served ir the social hour. At the Hospitals Blylhcville Hospital Dismissed: Marvin Hopper, Jr., Stcnlo. Mrs. Ollie Lee McAdoo, Tomato. Margaret Jones, Armorel. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Roy Holcomb, city. Thrifty Sewing For You Auxiliary of NALC Has Meeting- Here Members of the Ladies Auxiliary of tlie National Association of Lt^t- tcr Carriers met. Tuesday nighl at the home of Mrs. Paul Burks, with three new members nttuitling They included Mrs. Ed Uimch, Mrs. Hurt Mayo, tmd Mrs. Edgar Crouch. During the business session, bylaws were drawn up. Refreshments were .served during the social hour County Sing Planned The Mississippi County Singing Convention hn.s a meeting Sunday at Cole Ridge Baptist Church, three miles .soutluTi.st of Dell. Trigger Walls and the Travelers quartette will be a special feature, and other quartettes aro expected to be there. Lynn W. Brown, T. W. Wyatl ai W. T. Million are in Little Hock u. day and tomorrow for a businw- meeting. Willurd French is a patient i Kennedy General Hospital in Mctr phis, where he underwent, sui£,u Friday. He is in Ward 24A, and ! reported to be improved. Mr French will visit him tomorrow Mrs, Marvin Nunn and Mr.s. Hur old Nunn are in Memphis today where Mr.s. Harold Nunn is undu going examination. Gary Kills, .son of Mr. and Mis. J C, Ellis, Jr.. is confined to his hoim wjt.li measles. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eldridge of Lit tic Hock left today for their home fier being the guests of Mr and Mrs. Baker Wilson here. Mrs. Russell Phillips is visitnif, ler daughter, Mrs. Vance Alcxandei Memphis. They will attend th< Azalea Day at, the J. P. Norlleet ionic, sponsored by the Memphis Garden Club today, Where Mre Alexander will model in the fash- on show. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCuichen ave as their guest, their daugh ei Irs. Stanley VV. Barton of Omaha, 'eb., who is spending this week ere. Mi-ss Betsy BeU, student at Lin- cnwood College in St. Charles, Mo. visitnig her mother, Mrs. Mahan ell. Mrs. Jack Mitchell and daughters of Chicago will arrive tomorrow for a two week's visit with her parents. Mr. and Mre. O. J. Rogers, and her sister, Mrs. Maurice Sanders, and Mr, Sanders. Mrs. E. R. Dickinson is leaving tomorrow for Byhalia., Miss., to he the guest of Mm. Ray W.iliams for 10 days. Her daughter, Mrs, Thomas Lamar Wood, will return to Blytheville Sunday, and will finish school before returning to Byhalia to make her home. Mrs. Rube Carson and children of Baton Rouge, La., left today after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castlio. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hams an- Elasticized Sun and Swim Suits Mold Figure By GA1LE DUGAS NEA Woman's Editor NEW YORK (NBA)—The curren esort fashions favor black and .eep Shoulders, hest Smooth nounce the birth of their first child tlila morning at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. He has been named Robert Samuel Harris Jr. Mrs Harris te the former Miss Cecilia Mrtr- tln of Stnrkvllle, Miss. By Sue Burnett Have three different frocks from one pattern! And it is GO .simple with this clever style. Wear the sundress alone, or vary it with a crisp collar or capelet that buttons on. Pattern No. 8il41 is a sow-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12. 13, 14, 1C, 18, 28. Size 12, dress. 3!-i yards of 39-inch; collar, % yard; cape. iMi yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, sisse desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago C, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASH- Dogwood HDChib Has Meeting Here Ten members and one gupst of -he Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the club for semi-monthly meeting. Group singing was followed by prayer by Mrs. P. S. Parker during the opening worship service. Mrs. Clyde Webb won the door prize, and later conducted party munes during the afternoon. Mrs. Howard Prank and Mrs. Charles O'Neal served refreshments following the social meeting. Coming Events Friday Stitch and Chatter meets with Mrs. Harold Eubaiiks at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. C. Johnson presents pupils in piano and accord ton recital nl 7:30 p.m. in Sudbury School auditorium. Monthly Cotillion Club has 7:30 p.m. called business meeting at Hotel Noble with Bob Logan presiding. By NEA Beauty Editor If a low-cut neckline reveals skin less smooth and fair on shoulders and che.st than that of your face and neck, you can improve these areas with the same treatment creams you use above your collarbone. Prepare yourself for a thorough job by dressing for the part. You might wrap a huge towel around you and tuck it in place so that your shoulders and upper chest are bare. First cleanse and stimulate with plenty of warm soapsuds and a complexion brush. Be sure to rinse off every trace of soap thoroughly when you're finished. Now lather on this entire area some of your richest cleansing cream. Massage it in with upward molding movements of your palms and finger tips. Wipe off the cream with cleansing tissues. A film of cream, of course, remains on your skin. To benefit from it, apply towels wrung out in very hot water. Keep applying them until your skin is glowing The film of cream will easily wipe off now. Then splash with very cold water or your skin freshener. Finish by massaging with a very little light oil which will go into the skin without leaving a greasy film. % If you take ,;this treatment often, your chest and shoulder skin should soon be as pretty as that | on your face. white for beach wear. Women have long been aware that black is lovely against a golden tan and that white is equally dazzling. This year, they may have one or both. Only those with excellent figures, however, will' pick white, which makes exacting demands upon their figures when it's cut into a swim suit. While the long, smooth lines of the one-piece suit are best liked this year, there are women who adhere to the two-piece fashion. So Keep Grooming Articles Clean By ALICIA HART NEA Iloauty Editor Teen-afters do you know that neatness in the bathroom can contribute enormously to beauty? The wash cloth that's rinsed £«' ^cre^L "'sun" can the two-piece suit stays wuh us.jUach it, will be fresh and clean for the next use. helping to prevent your skin from breaking out. ready to lend its flattery to the trim and youthful figure. Sleek black suit by Brilliant (left) Towels hun» neatly to dry after is elastlcized laton taffeta. Suit has \ use, rather than thrown in a wad a shirred motif for a soft look that manages to maintain trim lines. It may be worn with or without straps and is fully lined. The two-piece suit (right) is elasticized laton taffeta, too. but in a dazzling white. The bra may be worn with or without straps. Shorts are smooth In back, shirred in front for maximum figure flatery. Marriage Licenses The following couples have ob- .ained marriage licenses from the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker. David Childers and Loretta Waiden, both of Blytheville; Larry Daniel and Billy Jean Westbrook, both of Blytheville: Douglas White and Ruby L. Houchin, both of Trumann; Francis Joseph Houle, Syracuse, N. Y., and Shirley Burks, Blytheville. Australia has an overall population density of 2.6 persons to the square mile, due to large desert areas. ION for '53, spring and summer. It's i complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. "PILES Stole My Pep -M NowI'm'HEPT Doctor-Developed, Clinic-Proved Remedy Brings Fast Relief Hero's guaranteed relief from misery of pltM. Thornton Minor's ointment developed throiiKli Gxpurienee of (routine 71,000 pntieiils for - 1 ; century ut world's Ica^itiR Kcclnl hospital has helped millions. Re- • Ueves pnin ( ,f iHlcii—prnmoU'9 htmlinc— lipipa rod u co Hxvcllinff. Discover wonderful relief or money linck! In tubea or COUPS nt all dm if Htor*;«. 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