The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 27, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IT, 1954 - Society News - - A— Moilxrv Sni-iet.v Editor * Phun Miss Millie Ann Mallory. Society Editor ne 3-4461 DAC Has Meeting in Osceola Home John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonies met at the home of Mrs. John Hook in Osceola yesterday. Mrs. Hook Moore, Jr., was co-hostess,. There were 17 members and two new members, Mrs. Uzelle Jenkins ind Mrs. George Florida, present. Miss .Ruth Massey, state regent, was present for the meeting. In the business session the group endorsed Mrs. J. B. Clark as a candidate for national vice-president of the Southern Section ol Daughters of American Colonies. Mrs. Crawford Noble spoke to the group on "Our Arkansas Heritage." Following the business session, a potluck luncheon was served buffet style. Centering the table was a cut glass crystal coffee pot filled with pink roses and centering the individual tables where the guests Were seated were roses in crystal bud vases. Baptist Group Has Meeting In Barker Home Teachers and officers of the Be- finner One Department of First Biptlit Church met at the home of Mrs. Burks Barker Monday night for their regular monthly business meeting. Mrs. Herbert Jpyner opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs Hoyt Brown presided over the business cession. A social hour was held when refreshments of cake and coffee were served the group. The hostess was assisted in serving by Mrs. Frances Wood. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Wesleyan Guild of First Methodist Church meets at church at 1:30 p.m. THURSDAY Mrs. Louis Cherry entertains the Mld-Week Club. Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains the L« Nueve Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. Grace Caldwell. GEO Club meets with Mrs. Joe McHaney. Mrs. Charles Affllck entertains the Kibitzer Club. Mrs., Mike Meroney entertains Chllllon Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Ladles Auxiliary Local 668 meets at 7:30 In Carpenters Hull. FRIDAt Executive Board of. the Trinity WMU meets with Mrs. R. W. Wooten at 2 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker entertains Frtd&y Contract Club. Country Club Ladies Guest Day Luncheon, 1 p.m. Esther Class of First Baptist Church has potluck supper at home of Mrs. Herman May 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY Country Club having buffet supper party. Duplicate Bridge League mccls. So Nice About The House Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I'oilard and Mrs. George Pyle wt-rt- in Memphis . night to attend ihc prnflui-lioi! ot "The King and I," at Ellis Auditorium. Mrs. N. W. Kyle returned yi'stcr- day Jrom Houston, Tex, where she has been with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Cotter, who wa.s stricken with polio a month ago. Mrs. Cotter is reported to be improved. Mrs. Clyde Lutes has returned from Las Crucas, N. M., where she attended the San . Diego Marine- New Mexico A and M football came Saturday. Her son, Pvt. Charles es who is stationed at San Diego, is a member of the team. While .here Mrs. Lutes toured Mexico. Mrs. E. M Regenold. who has been a patient m Chickasawlia Hospital, is now at her home at Annorel. Mrs. James Ross of Memphis is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Guard. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crawlmd, Jr., are the parents of a daughter, their first child, born this morning at the Chlckasawba Hospital The baby has been named Lois Gaye. Mrs. Crawford is the former Lois Gaither of Caruthcrsvillc. Mrs. Dan H. Wallace and son. Mike, arrived here Monday ail- ernoon from Kansas City where they have been living while their husband, and lather. Airman Dan H. Wallace, has been on a cruise the USS Philippine. While here they are the guests o! Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace. November 7. Mr.s Dan Wallace and son. Mrs. C. H. Wallace and N. T, Wade will leave for San Dlcgo, Calif., to await the arrival of Airman Wallace. Mrs. India Sanders of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Bfn Green ol Hot Springs are the guests ol Mrs. B F. Gay. Mary Lynn Gay and B. F. Gay, Jr.. of Memphis were the weekend guests of their grandmother, Mis. B. F. Gay. NN Bridge Club Conducts Game Miss Betty Nell Holland was hostess to members ol the NN Bridge Club last night. Pall flowers were used to decorate the nntertninliiK rooms. Miss Holland won high in l.hc biidRe gdines and Miss Rumnnft Crnfton won second high- Mrs. JnniKS Vest, won bvitiRo- At the conclusion ol jinnies, the hostess served n dessert courts 1 . \Mrs. Terry • Complimented Wilh Shower | Mrs- James Terry of Cooler who ; i?, movinK 5" H:uncs City, Flu., this j week to nmkc hf-i- home, \va,s hon! ored with a rm;;cpll;uieous shower t at the Lions Club HI Cooler last, I uiKht. Hostesses were Mrs. Velmer !c;unpbfll and Mrs. T. N. Brtgance ! winners in the games played ' during the fivenini; wen; Mr.s. Ellis i Hunt and Mr.s. Joe Travis of Ports- j mouUi, Vu. ) After the honorce had opened her gift?;, refreshments carryinR out ihe Halloween theme were served the 37 guests. Octave Club Meets in Gary Home Mrs FMIIKI; Young. Mrs, Travis i Brooks nncl Mrs H. C. Blunlten- shlp were K'lcsts of the Octavo I Club last nlBht when ilicy were entertained by Mrs. n. A. Gary. The Halloween ni'ilif was carried out in dworatiuns nnd party loodk served by the: hosU::>s. Bouquets 01 i prim-poms were used In the cter- liuniiiK rooms. Mrs. Brooks nnd Mr.s. Betty Rlalcs I were winners In games played dur- ' ing tin- i;vt?nii)|4. Dell Circle Has Program In Prewett Home Jewel Abernathy Circle ol Doll Church met In the home of Mrs. E. M. Prcwell Monday afternoon with nine members tmd one vl.'illor. Mrs. Will Turner, present. The mer-liHK wns opened with R|-oii|i siiiKliu: UilloWPd with prayer hy Mrs. Udell Nevvsoin. Dcvotlonnl was dvoii by Mrs. Will Morgan mid Mr.s. Lucy Floyd was In chai-KP. of Hie prniirain. The yroiip wa.s (llsiujs.sed with prayer and Ihc hoste.s.s served rc- [re.shinent.s. I CASUAL FASHIONS — Tapered trousers and Bermuda shorts I are the favorites this year of both college and business girls. These i are Stephanie Korct of California, are lightweight cotton corduroy j that's handwashable. Mrs. Guard Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. James C. Guard entertained members of Trl-Town Bridge Club at her home yesterady. Guests ° f the group were Mrs. James Ross of Memphis. Mr.s. Lynn IIiiKhr.s, Mrs. Robert jontz and Mr.s. Mclvln HulM'll. Mrs. Newton Whitis and Mrs. Garrard Caudll! were winners in Lhe bridge games. Chrysanthemums were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. A dessert was sieved preceding the bridge games. [La Petite Club (Entertained by Mrs. Montandon Members of the La Petite Club were entertained yesterday by Mrs. J. F. Montandon, who had as her guest Mrs. Robert Kfllian. Arrangements of chrysanthemums were used throughout ihe entertaining rooms. Mr.s. Arthur Vance was high score winner in the bridge games and Mr.s. A. H. McManus won second hiph. Bridgo was won by Mrs. M;ix Usrey. Preceding the bridge games the hostess served a dessert course. Film to Be Shown Pete Wnlkor of Memphis will pic.scni. n film on "Handiwork of God," nl the Forty nnd Eight School Friday night nl 7:30 p.m. The public Is Invited to attend. The pnle, pleated sheath with a liilo cashmere cnrdiiuin is iin espe- ciiilly festive swmuiT outfit for lute uflcrnoon. It's nuwi 'appealing in pale pink, blue, yellow or uree.n. Tuesday Bridge Club Has Meeting In Smart Home AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen lo KLCN :i( 10:10 a.m. and I p.m. fur KHz A Ko.vy I'niKniin Announccim'iils Wed. • Thurs. Fri. Mixed autumn bouquets were used to decorate the home of Mrs. C. M. Smiirt yesterday when she entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Club. In bridge frames, winners were Mrs. Flilcy Jones, high, and Mrs. Charles Crigger. second high. Mrs. R. A. Porter was a guest of the A dessert course was served preceding the games. MarriageLicenses Obtaining a marriage license from Lhe county clerk's office was the following couple: Jessie J. Free and Helen Lehman, both of Blytheville. If you are planning to shop for n coat for this fall's wardrobe, and if it's to be one that must serve for many types of occasions, remember that the coat of tweed, of pronounced plaids, checks, does not [ look well when worn with party dresses. Country Club Bridge League Conducts Game Members of the Country Club Bridge League conducted a seven table HowelL movement last night. Winners were Harry W. Haines and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, first with 74'/2 points, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Alta Cameron were second with 69 points. In third place were Mrs. Arnold Miller and Mrs Frank Grlgsby with 65 points. Which Will It Be Long Or Short Hair Beauty wise, women have their i* ps and downs. One year it Is hemlines, the next year it is hairdos. Oi 1 maybe even bosoms. Besides all the ado about flats, spares and curves, trend setters in charm are at scissors-point over tresses. Will the shaggy look be replaced by the saggy look? Is the elfin gamin, pookah. poodle coiffure era ready for mothballs'! Fashion stylists, coiffure societies and Main Street hairdressers debate the long and short of the question. And anybody's guess is good. A fashion magazine which prides Itself on having Us finger on the style pulse of American women predicts that "the scissors-happy coiffure will be laid away affectionately In fashion history," They are all for a braid snuggling cozlty over a flat top hairdo right down the middle of the head. "Not so," says the National Hair Dressers and Cosmetologists at their recent convention. A spokesman declared: "Hair styles this winter will not feature long hair ... we can get all the beautiful lines we desire with hair from two to five inches long." New YorK hairdresser Robert Fiance debunks the whole idea, too, and that includes Paris prognostf- cators who predict a return ol the. shoulder-length bob of 1940. Says Fiance: "The fashion trend Is toward . , . the boyish slim look of the jazzy '20s when women cropped waist-length tresses and wore their hair as short as they dared. The flapper type bob is an easy transition from today's shaggy look." . Fiance believes also that "on the basis of sheer physical impossibility alone the short-cropped hair of today could never even approach the shoulder this year, growing as hair does at about l k inch a month —unless of course the ladies wear wigs." Another hairdresser, John Bernard of Orcel in New York, supports the magazine and longer coiffure. He says: "The trend to longer hair has already begun. Young girls will give up that chopped masculine look. A 8175 U-44 By Sue Burnett Just as neat and trim as you could wish for home wear. A simple collarless dress with side closing, tied belt, handy pocket. Pattern No. 8175 Is in sizes 14, IB, 18, 20: 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 16, 4'/z yards of 35-inch or 4'/j yards 19-Inch. Tor 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, 111. Basic FASHION, fall and winter •64 contains a wealth ol sewing ideal for every woman who sews for herself »nd her family. Send 2& cents now for your copy. RUTHLESS! TERRIFYING! Paralyzing in impact!... as CINEMASCOPE puts you in the dead center of midnight zones of the Berlin underworld! tfTSterBoptionic Sound Color by TECHNICOLOR SUMtUt GREGORY PECK CRAWFORD SNITA BJORK -BITA CAM NUNNAUY JOHNSON KonruTir NUNNAUY JOHNSON tnoon ftM» cm owuo Plus Cinemascope Short: "PIANO QUARTETTE" ROXY THEATRE Blytheville, Arkansas Friday Night-October 29 aM 1:00 P.M. Two Hours of Fun For Everyone! One Hour Stage Presentation—One Hour Picture Program Admission 50? ("t d r) To Everyone Tickets Now On Sale At Either The Ritz or Roxy Box Office —Gef Yours In Time! WORLDLY—Lovely Antigone Costanda of Egypt is the winner of the "Miss World" contest. She is shown in London, England,' while rehearsing for the contest. hat will be becoming again. Girls with hair on their heads will feel like ladies and enjoy expressing their feminity. But there will be no assembly-line hairdos. Women will wear their hair in the fashion becoming their fa.cial contour." But longer hair might go out before It really comes in if we are to believe fashion arbiters that "some hair fashions take a matter of months to catch on. Others take j-ears to reach their popularity peak." As one teen-age boy puts it: "It would be nice if girls looked like girls. Long hair is one way to et a clue." Bandmothers Club of Dell Elects Officers The Band Mothers Club of Dell met in the band room at Dell School for an election of officers Monday night. Mrs. Ralph Simpson presided over the meeting. Officers elected were Mrs. J. C. Dobbs, president; Mrs. Ed Hardin, vice-president and finance chairman; Mrs. Harry Cook, secretary, and Mrs. L. N. Hinch, treasurer. Plans were made lor the group to sponsor a booth at the Halloween Carnival at the school Friday night. Dick Powell, band director, was a guest of the group. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Linda Cannon, Holland Mrs. P. H. Raspberry, city Mrs. Billy Joe Nelson and baby, Rt. 3, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. U. C. Isabel! and. baby, city Mrs. Vera Edwards, Manila Mr«. B. E. Wilkinson and baby, Luxora Mrs. S. D. Holland and baby, Steeele William Blagg, Steele Tavey Bartholomew, Steele Linda Aycock, city Mrs. Ralph Hall and baby, city Milton Thomas Strawbridge, Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed : Miss Alice Mayham, city Martin Nunnery, Holland Mrs. Lloyd Oreclius, city Portraits of Quality The Child Art Studio BlythevilU Po. 3-8666 OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT CARLOAD Admitted for 2 - 500 Tickets DOUBLE FEATURE AU«IVi8SAl.|«![»MIION«lPICIU«[ PLUS CARTOON "COLD STORAGE" THURSDAY and FRIDAY BORIS DA V GORDON •*. ill-and-cooin and doin'the tilings boys and ifvgirlsliketodowhe "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon" ^ HAPPIEST Of MUSICALS FROM WARNER BROS. «* -*tr). o . < e-ww » II BUT M* ROBERT O'MSIt«. IflVINC RIHMK • SW.MSr • MVIO MAM" PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS: "Day at Zoo" and "Woody th« Giant Killer" ADMISSION 50e CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS

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