The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 5, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1954 - Society News - in Ann Mallnrv. Society Editor * Ph"l Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Organizational Dinner to Be Held by Altrusa Club Tonight The organizational dinner of the Altrusa Club, an.or-j miotinn fnr p«prnth'f> and nrnfessinnal women in cliversi- Bits of News | n»ll.l Phonal ganization for executive and professional, women in cliversi-! tied careers, will be held at Hotel Noble tonight. j M| . The Altrusa Club extends to key D. Davis, Mrs. C. Johnson. Mrs. jaiui cities in seven countries. Bermuda, i Geraldine Liston, Mrs. Nell Oor- Canadn, Great Britain. Guatemala, jdon, Mrs. Josephine Rollison, Mrs. Mexico, Puerto Rico and the Unit-j Annabel Fill. Mrs. Clara p. Mar- Mrs. McCutchen Elected President Of City Duplicate Bridge League A masterpoinl game was conducted by Duplicate Bridge ie last night, election of officers was held and a six- 1 tin. Mrs. Julia Cox, Mrs. Uicmn Gaines, Miss Georgic Lee Stuart, ed Slates. It was founded April 11, 1917 - - - , ,„ Nashville, Tenn., and is the oldest Mrs. W. J. Cupplcs, Mrs. W. W. of the women's classified, service \ Peek; clubs. This club pioneers in human i Miss Margie Bcvlll, Mrs. Ben T. betterment projects. i Mays, Mrs. Betty males, Dr. Edna The International Altrusan has Nlcs. Mrs. H. C. Blnnkenshlp and received 12 journalistic excellence Mrs. B - W. Hollmun. awards since 1946. They are Pounders of Fund Vocational Aid and Inter - American Grants • in - AW i which is building friendship with! Latin America. They make loans to women to]p Rri/-)/-ia train in chosen professions and lOl DilCJUc? join other community groups In civic activity. Miss Willie Stevens has been In Blytheville for the past several weeks organizing this club and charter members will be Mrs. J. Mrs. Haines Entertains With Luncheon Mrs. Harry W. Haines enter . tained with a buffet luncheon for the Mld-Week Club yesterday.. Guests of the group were Mrs C. E. Crlgger, Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. Ed Dicks. Those who assisted Mrs. Haines in serving were Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs. Atkinson. Mrs. Dicks won high in the bridge games and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry won second high. ml Mrs. Thomas Brannum i, 'loin.ny, Jcit today for Columbia. Mo., where they Will visit Mrs. Uranium's niece, Sura Ann Gaddls, and attend the University of Missouri-Colorado lootball game. Mr:.. AUtn HmWIcbton, Sr., of Bnnkley w the weekend BUest of Mr. «iiil Mrs. J. U-roy HuddlcMon. Mr. and Mrs. C. If. Cockle llftvc moved to Nashville, Tcnn., where they will make their home. Mr. aud Mrs. Uuy Hratton have moved into their new home on 1700 Holly. Mrs. W. A. Slack and children left this morning for Meadow, Va., for they will .spend .several weeks visiting Mrs. Slack's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Campbell. Mr. Slack motored his family to Vlr- The Country Club was the scone 8i»l» ""il will return home over the of the regular mectlne of the weekend. Thursday Contract Club when Mr.s Mrs. Max O. Ursey Is attending Chester Citldwell was hostess, the wedding ,ot her niece. Louise Red chrysanthemums centered j McClurc Mowers, in Blrmlneham, the tables where the guests were | A ja. she was accompanied by her Country Club League ._ 0 , week series was ended. Elected were Mrs. O. W: Me- C'litchr-n, president: Mrs. W. D. Chainblin, vice-president, and Mrs. P. D. Foster. Sr., secretary and treasurer. Maslerpolnt winners were Mrs. fi. R. Tune and Mrs. F. E. Black, first with W'i points; Mrs. McCutchen and Mrs. Chainblin, second With 68', 2 points. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson were in third place with G8',i points. There was lie for fourth .place between Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, Mrs. Marshall Cameron, Mrs. Frank Grinsby and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Six weeks series winners were Mrs. McCutchen, first with a 62.5 percentage; Mrs. Chamblin, second with 01.4 percent; Mrs. Role- son, third with a 59.6 percentage and Mrs. Cameron, fourth with 55 percent. Mrs. Rose Guest at Kibitzer Club Mrs. Richard Rose was guest yesterday when Mrs. Johnny White was hostess to the Kibitzer Club. Fall flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms and a dessert course was served preced- ihg the bridge games. . Winners iii the games were Mrs. Robert McHaney, high, and Mrs Alex Curtis, second High. Latest In Dress-Up Wear By Sue Burnett A welcome addition to your dress-up wardrobe now that the holidays are not far off. A simple yet graceful dress for women that's so new. Pattern No. 8118 Is In sizes 34, 36, 38, 40. 42, 44. 46. 48. Size 36. short sleeve, 4',z yards of 35-Inch; ! /4 yard lace. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN MUM BEil to Sue Burnetl, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. 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. Quality Brick 3-Bedrooms Seldom is a home like this one at 10)0 W. Ash St. put on the market, since It was built to owner's specifications for his permanent home. Only first grade materials were used In construction. Large (15x24) living room, dining room >nd entrance hall are carpeted wall to wall. Kitchen Is complete with GE dishwasher and disposal], GE automatic baseboard heat. Has garage, screened porch, breakfast room and many other desirable features not found In a house built by a speculative builder. The owners really want lo sell now, so call for an appointment to see tbii home. seated for lunch. Mrs. F. B. Joyner won first place in the bridge games and Mrs. R. L. Bannister won second. Coming Events . Friday NALC Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky at 7:30 p.m. Yarbro Annual Harvest Supper at Yarbro Club House from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday University Club meets at Hotel Noble. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., Mr, and Mrs Marvin Nunn, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Everet Peterson. A business meeting will be held at 8:00 p.m. Maurice Feinberg Has Birthday Party Mrs. Sidney Plutt entertained yesterday with a birthday party for her son, Maurice Feinberg, on his tenth birthday at the home of his Cub Scout Den Mother, Mrs. Oean Atkinson. Guests were members of Pack Four, Den Four. Cub Scout favors wrapped In blue and gold were presented the guests. The afternoon was spent Inior- mally and refreshments of birth- dny cnke. ice cream nnrl drinks were served by Mrs. Pin It. j (liuishutv, Mrs. Qdtill u-.mder sof Charleston, MI.SM. Gerukline Listen, circuit circuit clerk, is a nalicml In Chlck- a.sHwba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush an; .spending the weekend in St. Louis. Mrs. O. C. Ganske has returned from Hot Springs _where .she visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis lllcknmti, former Blytheville residents. She wa.s motored to Hot Springs last weekend by her son, Carl Ganske. Guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Jim Roleson and son, Bucky, over the weekend will be Mr.s. Role.son'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fisher, nnd her brother^ Bob Fisher, and Mrs. Fisher, of Wynne. C. T, SnumUn is undergoing treatment at Kennedy Veteran Hospital in Memphis. He is In Ward 1-B Airman 2/c Buddy Hulsell who ha.s been stationed nt Craig Ai Force Base, Ala., ha.s received his di.schurRe is now visiting hltf parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsel Ainnnn 2/c Lebert R. Touchstone who has been stationed In Tripoli, Llbyin. Is upending a 30-do> furlough here with his wife and to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, Is visiting Iriends here. To add extra flavor to your apple, pie, sprinkle the sliced apples with a few drops of lemon Juice and dot each one with butter. A bulky woman's common .sense .should tell her lo avoid adding to her size, but ioo olten one sees n Inrgc woman In a costume that consists of a wool dress and poodle cloth jacket. TUlckncss of fabric as well as cut, should be considered by those who are on the heavy side. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 n.m. nml 4 p.m. for Itltz .t liovy Prosram Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News & Selected Shorts SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program PLUS CARTOON "NONSENSE REEL" SUNDAY and MONDAY KHOR CANYON A UNIVtRSAl-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS Housewife Should Plan On Getting Out Once A Week Is them any reason why a wife who is tied down by children in the d a y t i in e should stay home niKht after rileht simply b c cans': her husband never wants lo go out? A wife writes "My husband claims he sees all the people he wants lo see during his working """-nr" day and when he's through work he svants to sit clown In his own easy chnlr and stay there. "But I am at home all aay with two young children, and at least once or twice n week I'd like to t;a out in the evenings. Who is being selfish—my husband or me " You are both thinking of yourselves but Hint doesn't menu you're being selfish. And Hie way to keep from becoming selfish Is cither to compromise or figure out a wny whereby you can both do what you want to do. Apparently yon haven't, been able to work out 11 compromise but tlmt doesn't mean you have to be the one who never gets to do what you wiint to do. It menns you'll have to do v.-hnt you want to do without, your husband's companionship. Takf one evening a week For yourself and decide what you want NGW Club Has Election of Officers Here The National Guard Wives me at the home of Mrs. Bill Fraser Wednesday night with 10 members and one guest, Mrs. Rex Griffin, present. Election of officers was held with Mrs. William Harrison named as president, Other officers are Mrs. Herber Graham, vice-president; Mrs. Fra ser, treasurer, Mvs. Joe Mac Hester, program chairman, and Mrs Harry Grimes, Jr., reporter and secretary. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing games anc winners were Mrs. Hester, Mrs Phaser, and Mrs. Harrison. Door prize was won by Mrs. Paul Croft The hostess served refreshments at the conclusion of the meeting. to do with ft. You can find a woman friend to go to a movie or a lecture with you. Or you can go nlone. You can get up a foursome for cards or eall on friends withoul your husband. Just start planning your evening a week out as though you had no husband to depend on for companionship and you'll be able to figure out places you can go and things you can do that don't necessitate having an escort. It's a happier solution lor hus bands and wives to go out together in the evenings. But the next besl thine is for both to gel a chance to do individually what they want lo do. H is when one always gives in to the other's wishes that there's resentment. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT IIIWEIMBARASWNWYCK filmed In Meileo and presented by WARNER BROS. ew ballad 'H O V —RUTHROMAN-ANTHONYQUIl f _. MW"W« • .iSEfcW^ • Uwo rmwsi •. UNITED STATES PICTURES m**rw. WARNER B& PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program PLUS CARTOON "NORTHWEST MOUSIE" ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS 5TARVUE DRIVE-IN Will Be CLOSED FOR THE SEASON Sunday, Nov. 7 ATTEND THE RITZ & ROXY For Your Movie Entertainment La Nueve Club Has Meeting At Noble Hotel The La Nueve Club met it Hotel Noble yesterday afternoon when Mrs. N. J. Jerome was hostess. Mrs. N. O. Jerome was hostess. Arrangements of bronze chrysanthemums interspersed with fall leaves, cattails and pine cones were usec 1 in the entertaining room. Mrs. Coleman Stevens won bigh in the bridge games, Mrs. Lynn Hughes, second high, and Mrs. Elan Heath, bridge. Preceding the games a dessert course was served. Annual Harvest Supper to Be HeldatYarbro Yarbro Methodist Church will hold Its annual harvest supper tonight at the Yarbro Club House. Supper will be served from 5 to 8 p.m. and proceeds will go for Improvement of the church. ChillionClub Conducts Game Mrs. Sally Freeman entertained members of the Chillion Club yesterday afternoon. Mrs. John Scott was a guest of the group. Winners in the games were Mrs. Felix Carney, first, Mrs. Mary Hatfield, second, and Mrs. Mike Meroney, third. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Foy Burleson. city. Mrs. T. H. Raspberry, city. Mrs. R. N. King, city. Ctitckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Randal Hawks, city. Short gloves are very popular for winter. If you have just-right wristi. and arms, cut and whip your old long gloves. If your arms are fat nnd your wrists wrinkled, cheat a little. Cut longer gloves off about two inches up your arm from your wrist bone. Miss Ketchum Complimented With Shower Miss Shirley Ketchum, bride- elect of Herman Storey, Jr., was complimented with a shower in the assembly room of Chlckasaw Courts last night. Hostesses were Mrs. 3. P. Austin, Mrs. Leon Jones, Mrs. Ada Howard, Mrs. N. P. Marshall and Mrs. Oral Edwards. The table from which punch and party foods were served was overlaid with a yellow organdy cloth and centered with a miniature bride and groom. ITiis was flanked by green tapers in crystal candelabra. The table where the gifts were displayed was centered with an arrangement of fall Ilowers. The honoree was dressed for the occasion in a black and white figured skirt with a black bodice with rhinestone trim. She was presented a white chrysanthemum corsage. Mrs. Paul W. Ketchum, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Herman Storey, Sr., mother of the bride-groom were special guests of the group. They were also presented with chrysanthemum corsages. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. Erby Hodge and Mrs. Birdie Richardson. Thursday Club Has Luncheon In Phillips Home A luncheon was held yesterday at the home of Mrs. Russell Phillips for the Thursday Club. The table where the guests were seated was centered with an arrangement of fall flowers. Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. C. W. Afflick were winners in the bridge games. A bias cut skirt is a pest to re- hem; so be sure that it's from a good manufacturer and won't develop all sorts of sags. Try to get it the right length. • • * Stockings do shrink, so be sure to get them plenty long in the toe Anything that pulls your toes under, even a little bit, is to be avoided. * * * The bottom of your glass coffee- maker will be easier to wash if it's coated with soap before "coffee- making" time. Soot and soap will wash off together. Diet, Care Aids Skin The teen-ager who has oily akin and winces at the sight of unattractive blemishes should roll up her sleeves -and set about improving her skin condition. If it's only a mild case of skin trouble (if it's serious, see your family doctor) you should look to your diet and beauty routine for the root of your problem. Every girl knows that in order to have vitality and good looks she must include the essential nutrl» ents ii) her everyday diet. Plenty of milk and green vegetables, plus meat, is a must for good health. If you're to have clear, glowing skin, you must learn to substitute apples, oranges and bananas for sweet candy bars, cookies and cakes. Eight glasses of water per day is a beauty and health aid, too. Next, you must make certain you've been giving your skin a thorough cleansing. Tie your hair away from your face with a ribbon and really wash your face, working right up to the hairline. Use a mild soap and work up rich lather. Lather it and rinse it with hot water. This will open the pores and, permit the clogged dirt accumulated in them to be washed away. Your druggist can recommend a medicated soap that helps improve oily skin. Wash your face as often as possible with the soap and rinse it several times. Before going to bed at night, apply calomine lotion to the infected areas. Faithful applications will show a marked improvement. Don't damage your skin forever by squeezing any blemish that doesn't seem to be clearing up. Remember, problem skin is very often & part of adolescence, and time, plus your own skin care routine arc very good healers. Crazy pants or matador pants are fun. But if you feel that you bulge even when you have a girdle on, forget the idea. Hand Painted Oil Miniatures $4.95 The Child Art Studio Blytheville Ph. 3-8666 NYLON HOSIERY 2 PAIRS packed in a cellophane envelope CHOOSEi 60-GAUGE, 15-DENIER SI-GAUGE, 30-DENIER Stock up on nylons, now — during Penney's once-a-year Founder's Day event! Choose 60-gauge, 15-denier hose for day or evening wear; 51-gauge, 30-denier service sheers for work, extra long wear. Find thein in two go-with-everything shades. Sizes

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