The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAT 1, 1 Society NeutA Pat Mulliru, Society Editor, i Phont 4461 Mrs. Walter Day Is Club Hostess Mrs. W«Iter D«y entertained with dessert-bridge for the members of the L» Nueve Club at her home on Main Street yesterday when a guest of the club was Mrs. Mason Day. Jr. Guests were seated at card tables | the, tounmment. O. S. Crowd! Is to be director of the games, and Mrs. C. W. Af,! flick is chairman of the affair, which held dainty_centerp,ece^ofj The group _ wh , ch wm play , or Two-Day Bridge Event Is Planned. The annual Country Club Duplicate Bridge Tournament Is to be held next week, with 40 to 50 players expected to participate In the two-dny event. Monday and Tuesday has been set tvs the time for rose and greenery, also used merit points, will vie lor the throughout the entertaining rooms., ^^ cmb trophy _ Desiert course was preceding the Q|) Tuesday evening at 8 p.m., bridge games. _ _ & b , j{(et (j mner i s t 0 be served to the players before the Rames. Mrs. E. fl. Gee, Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. R. F. Klrshner are to be In charge of the. meal. Mrs. Day, Jr., won first place in the games, with second going to Mrs. N- G. Jerome, and Mrs. Ben Mac White won bridge. Guest, Members Are Entertained Mrs. Boss D. Hughes. Jr., was a guest yesterday at the home of Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., when she entertained members of the Kiblt- ler Club lor their weekly bridge party. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. Harry A. Halnes, first place, with second going to Mrs. J. H. Smart The hostess served dessert preceding the games, from the card tables, which were decorated with roses interspersed with lilies of the valley. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Stcele, who was paired with Mrs. Alta Cameron, also of Stcele, won the trophy last year. Winners of second place were Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs. while third place went to Frank Nelson and his brother, William Nelson, of Yazoo City. Miss. In the recent Tournament ,pf Roses In Little Rock, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Marlon, won first place in their section in the Sunday after- se.sslon. Mrs. Jim Tloleson and Mrs. Jenkins won second place In their section In the afternoon session. Thursday Club Is Entertained Mrs. C. W. Atfllck was hosj,«ss at her home yesterday, for a bridge lujicheon, when guests included members of the Thursday Club and Mrs, Josiah Port of Clarksvllle, Tenn., who Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan ,and family. A three-course luncheon wa« served from the dining room table, which was decorated with pink roses, and lacy green fern. In the rooms where guesto played bridge, tulips, iris and other garden [towers were seen at vantage point*. Mrs. Russell Phillips took first place in the afternoon's bridge with second going to Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mid-Week Club Has Luncheon Member! of the Mld-Wcek Club were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunnlngnam, when she served a two-course )uncheon, followed by bridge games. Guesta were seated In the dining room, where the centerpiece for the table, was composed of blue Dutch iris, and lilies of the valley. In the afternoon's bridge games, first place went to the hostess, with second going to Mrs. M. O. Usrcy. TLE Bridge Club Has Dessert Bridg Mrs. Dick. Watson. Mrs. Otto Scrape and Mrs. J. F. Scrape were I Little House this week with three winners of the weekly bridge game conducted for members of the TLE Club last night. Mrs. W. J. Cupples was hostess to the club at her home lor dessert bridge. Guests were served dessert in the hostess' living rnom at bridge tables which she had decorated with bouquets of American Beauty roses and greenery. Coming Events Saturday University Dance Club has business meeting at 8:30 p. m. at Hotel Noble, followed , by monthly dance party. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Modln- ger. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harlson, and Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day, Jr. are entertaining. For The Man In Your Life 8533 ".16" Luncheon Is Given At Country Club Blyiheville Country Club was the icene yesterday afternoon for a bridge luncheon given by Mrs. G. G. CsudHl lor members ol the Thursday Contract Club. Members were seated for lunch at one long table, which was centered with a bouquet of yellow rosebuds, interspersed with daisies. Mn\ Marvin Robinson was a guest ol the club. The hostess took first place in the afternoon's games, with second going to Mrs. Hodney Banister. GEO Bridge Club Has Guest Player Mrs. Lewis Henderson was a guest of Mrs. T. H. Caraway, when she entertained members of the GEO Bridge Club last night at her home. Roses arid other spring garden flowers were seen In the living room at vantage points. Guests were served a dessert course with iced drinks, following the bridge game. Miss Vera Goodrich was top score winner with second being won by Mrs. Joe W. Mcllaney, and brldgo by the guest. By Sue Burnett Neatly tailored sports shirt and shorts for the men of the family. Pattern No. 8533 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in neck sixes H, M'i, 15, 15'i, 16 inches. Size H',4, 21; yards of 39 inch. Pattern No. H3S7 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in waist sl'/.cs 18; 30, 32. 34, 38, 38, 4(1. 42, 44. Size 30, either style, Hi yards of 39-Inch. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett.,! Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASH-1 ION for '53, spring and summer It's, a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; Bill- pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. Troop Two Has Tea for Mothers The girl Scout's of Troop Two entertained their mothers at the Little House this week with three short plays given by the girls and housc^ at University^ of Alabama, a tea following. ' "'"" T "" " " In the play, "The Three Bears," the characters were Pat Henley, Billy McNeese, Marilyn Sue Human and Sally Kennedy. In i.he play, "Hansel and Oretel,' characters were Cecelia Henderson,, Becky Utley. Carol Lee, Julia Jordon. Sara Lou Snow and Sylvia Ann Ladd. "The Three Little Pigs." was given by Barbara Bradley, Dolphia May Cole, Sara Lou Moody. Terry Ml«s Pattye Bccson, librarian of Blythevllle High School, went to Nashville, Tenn., where she will join Miss Glna Arce, former Bly- thcvillc teacher, and i group of Vaiidcrblt students for the Derby in Louisville, Ky., tomorrow. Bob McDaniel, son of Mr, anc Mrs. Charles W. McDaniftl, is a member of the choir of Kendal John's Methodist Church in Chicago. Mr. itnd Mrs. C. A. Cunningham are In Memphis today on business. Mr. and Mrs. Hufih Hudson anc daughter, Janet, are visiting Mr Hudson's mother, Mrs. G. G. Hudson, near ShreVeport, La. Mrs. G. L. Heyde of Jackson, Mo., is tre guest of her sister, Mrs. M, F. Day, and Mr. Day. Mrs. ,J. N. Turner of Tunica, Miss., was to arrive this afternoon to visit her brother, Henry Humphreys, and Mrs. Humphreys, for the week end'. Miss Arden Ferguson left this morning to attend the Pounder's Day activities at the PI Beta Phi Tiiscaloosa. Miss Juanita Ferguson accompanied her and will be her guest for the occasion. Mrs. B. A. Lynch is visiting in Searcy., Ark., as the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. E. Garlington. Mi's. Josioh Fort of Clarksville, Tenn., has arrived to be the guest of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan, and family. Lt. Col. and Mrs. John S. Hudson and children, Susan and John, Protect Hands and Face While Gardenia III, arrived from Paso, Te - -. * i ill, Hlliveu iiuiu KJI jrasu, iu*., Gregory, Susan Smith and the an-, t<J d , he weck wlth Mrs Hud . nouncer was Ann Bailey. son>s parentSi Mr . and Mrs. E. B. Duplicate League Conducts Bridge Members of the City Duplicate Bridge League met at Hotel Noble last night and played a four-table Howell movement. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson took first place In the event, with second place going to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Marshall Camrneron of Steele, and third place to Mrs, Matt Monaghan and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. At the Hospitals Blytherllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Tyler, Steela Walls Hospital Dismissed: Clyde Talklngton, Steele Always wash down the stove after it hns cooled. A wet cloth on a hot surface may hurt your hands and crack the enamel. Woodson, before going to Newburn, N. C., where they will be the guests of Col. Hudson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hudson, for the remainder of the month. Col. Hudson will be sent to Newfoundland and Mrs. Hudson and children will return here for an extended visit before joining him there. Dr. and Mrs, Gean Atkinson and son, arrived home yesterday from Oskaloosa, la., where they spent several days as the guests of Dr. Atkinson's brother, Dr. George Atkinson, and family. While there, they attended the State Medical Society In Des Moines, where Dr. George Atkinson read a paper. Mrs. P. E. Utley and son Mike, spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Byron Moore is to enter the Methodist Hospital In Memphis today, and Is to undergo surgery to- ( or morrow. Mrs. Frank Nelson has been removed from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, where she underwent surgery, to her home. Her condition Is reported satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold will be among This firl approaches gardening with health and beauty in mind. Since garden soil blackens nails, she forestalls lengthy scrubbing by digging them into a cake of damp soap (left). To guard assist ilried-out liair'she wears a hat, and to prevent sun-and-wind burn, she uses an anti-sunburn lotion (renter). Ciloves protect her hands and good posture prevents backache. She bends her knees, not her back (right). If you're an enthusiastic gardener, be sure you have clothes that are durably, prolrrHi'c, comfortable and smart, like this girl's. Have tools the proper length for yen. Box Office , Opens 6:45 Show Starts, 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor You get much more out of gardening than beautiful flowers and luscious vegetables. It's relaxing, healthful and beautifying activity. The fresh air and exercise do wonders in bringing a natural glow to your complexion and keeping your waistline small. However, without certain protective measures, gardening can take a toll of your beauty. Even on the type of day when the sun is behind clouds, be sure to guard your skin from burning with a good sunburn preventive. If you are a tanner, you can use an oil. ;ven a tanner, if she's been indoors most of the winter, should be careful at first. On days when the sun beats down mercilessly, wear a lightweight hat while you work and, If you're likely+you'll have at least some protection. *-* ... DI- to discard the gloves while working, L.OttOn KIISSG Don't abuse your feet with bedroom slippers or an old pair of once- good shoes while in the garden. Some girls like to go barefoot at least part of the time. But when they do put their shoes on, low- heeled, arch-supporting, comfortable ones are best. If your gardening tools are too long or too short for you, you won't ceep your hair from drying out Before you get your hands into ;he dirt, take a few minutes to dig your nails into a cake of damp soap. This will keep them from blacken- ng. At scrub-up time, it takes but a few seconds to brush the dirt out. C your brush man should stop at 'our garden gate, hail him if you laven't got a good manicure or all- purpose stiff-bristled brush. We hope you're a girl who not only has gardening gloves but uses hem! Before pulling them on, coat 'our hands with good hand cream lotion. It will do a softening job flEOtRlCK BS1SSOH primll Rosalind Russell Paul Douglas Mario Wilson LAST TIMES TODAY • Paramount News • Selected Shorts RITZ GUESTS Miss Angle Iftod Mrs. Mary Emma Reid Mr. & Mrs. E. A. Rice Mr. & Mrs. Kelso Brooks & Family Surprise Mother on her day (May 10th) with a distinctive gift from The Gift Shop, Come in and look around . . . you're sure to find a. wonderful gift at the price you're interested in. Lovely new lamps, new crystal, wonderful values in silver, trivets, de r lightful articles in Sterling and Sterling on copper, Cini costume jewelry in Sterling and Gold . . . plastic-linen mats and table cloths. Come in NOW! ON MAIN •°P SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature A MONOG1AM PICTUK W o*fc • CmtH CMM • bus cawn tan «* w tamrn SERIAL: Secret Code and CARTOON: "What's Sweepin" SUNDAY & MONDAY j.»j i, NDNNAI.I.T JOHNSON. nNRv ROSTER s«...n^h NUNNAI.I.Y JOHNSON Pnra. Ntws & Carloon: Hyalerica) History RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Donald Dcskin Mr. & Mrs. .1. H. Smart Mrs. Maude Cassidy Mr. & Mrs. Harmon I,. Ellis Bythevllle residents attending the Steeple Chase in Qermantown, Tenn. tomorrow. . get the fun out of gardening that you should, and you won't be able to maintain good posture. Insist on having the tools right for you. Don't break your back even though, at the moment, it seems a worthy cause. There's no need to make a jackknife of yourself. Use your thigh muscles and flex your knees to bend down and keep the back straight. Thi6 will not only later backache. Study the most efficient way for using any new tool, to keep from straining any of your muscles. When you can use two hands for doing something, dont' make one do all the work. Your clothes should allow you perfect freedom of motion and protect you from callouses. And, if you want to be pretty, don't wear some old discarded garment for gardening. Have one of the smart outdoor costumes available In sportswear departments. Stop for rest before you get tired, don't get Into the poison ivy, wear an insect repellent and your hours of gardening should rsap great beauty returns. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••t««t***t***t LAST TIMES TONITE Th&l2ugh-$vrpris& oftfie MM OTTER JAN STERLING SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE kD MAT NO. Ill 1COI.11"(HUNES) ALSO CARTOON — vi v MCK CASSON • JAHIS PAIGE^ft BEHIUHS.SOBHTAIM s SATURDAY OWL SHOW FREE! We invite everyone who is in the Drive-In for the regular show to slay for the Owl Show FREE OF CHARGE SUNDAY & MONDAY txom MACAO... Port of tin and '•. shady dealings) ,. .*•• fin THOMAS (0 ALSO 2 CARTOONS i,,••••••••••••••••••••••••••••»•• Saves Ironinq ' fly ALICIA HART NEA Btauty Editor Always enjoyed by women for Its softness next to the skin and Its absorbent quality, fine-combed cotton is now making news at lingerie counters in plisse that need: no Ironing. Eyelets, lace and embroidery, used as ruffles or inserts, are lavish. Some of the slips have shadow-panels, back from another fashion era, Beautiful camisole tops abound. , Washing these .lingerie pieces Is no problem. They thrive on the hottest water, the richest suds and all the wringing you may want to give them. You can hang them near a radiator, if you like. The plisse texture will relieve you of an ironing chore. Plain cotton slips will go into your washing machine, but those lavishly trimmed with lace, ribbons and pleats will last longer If you give them hand-washing care. The most elegant possible matched sets are available in nylon. You may have, for Instance, a slip, petticoat and nightgown all made alike, with permanent pleats. You can use very hot water on nylon, even when it's in deep colors, without fear of injuring It Machine washing is entirely safe, too. One caution, however — don't put white nylon In the same load with colored clothes. It will pick up color. i Krnuc nincim SERIAL: Gang Busters CARTOON: Bee on Guard SUN-MON Double Feature —PLUS— Also Metro Newi MAY 10TH ] ) Beautiful Mastersheer Material in Navy, Black, Mocha, Grey, Dusty Roit. Sixej 14'/a thru 24!/2

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