The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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BLTTHEYILLB (ARK.)' CGtTRIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, IflfltJ Mist Millie Ann - Society News e Ann Mallory. Society Editor » Phone 3-446J Wednesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Wednesday Bridge Clubs conducted games. Club Eight met at the home ot Mrs. R. B. Stout lor a desaert- bridge. The hostess used white chrysanthemums to decorate the entertaining rooms of her home. Mrs. S. C, Owens won high in the games, Mrs. Charles Langston, second high and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, bridgo. . Mrs. Samuel P. Norris and Mrs. Arthur Vance were guests yesterday when Mrs. W. J. Pollard entertained Wednesday Bridge Club with its weekly luncheon and afternoon or bridge games. The luncheon table was attractively decorated with an arrangement of fruit. Mrs. Norris and Mrs. A. C. Sims •were high scorers in the games. Mrs C. C. Smith was hostess to Town and Country Club yesterday for its last meeting until alter Christmas. Playing cards with the club members were Mrs. Aubrey Corona?, Mrs. George D. Pollock and Mrs. Ted Johnson. Bridge winners were Mrs. James B. Clark, high, and Mrs. A. O. Halll second high. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon. Trinity Baptist Groups Have Meetings, Party A 10 a.m. meeting followed by a pptluck luncheon tomorrow at Trinity Baptist Church will conclude the Week of Prayer. The Women's Missionary Union jf the church has met each day this week for a special program in observance of the Week of Prayer. Annie Armstrong Circle met at the home of Mrs. Lucy Koonce Tuesday night for a Christmas party and covered-dish dinner. Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve led opening prayer and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham presented the devoiional on Bethlehem. A business session was conducted by Mrs. Koonce after which the group exchanged gifts and Mrs. Mary Lyons dismissed the group with prayer. TLE Bridge Club members w entertained at the home of Mrs Herman Turner last night. Mrs. Turner used late fall flowers to 'decorate her home and served a salad plate. Mrs W E. Cherry won high in ttie games and Mrs. William Lambert mm second high. Bridgo was awarded Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Mrs. Jerry Hord was a new member and Mrs. Dick Bednar and Mrs Love Adams were guests yesterday •when Mrs. Preston Franks entertaln- .d members of PS Bridge Club with a luncheon. In keeping with the approsohing Christmas holiday season the hostess centered her individual tables •with red tapers In wrought iron candlesticks. Encircling ttie bases of these were gold and silver Christmas baubles accented with sprigs of holly. Mis. Adams won high In tn bridge games played following th meal, Mra. John Prather, second high, and Mrs. J. W. Turner, bridgo. Traveling prize WHS won by Mrs Hert Htiode. At tfa Hospitals BlythevlHu Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ivor Glenn, Cooter Harian Bigsby, city Chickasawba HospitM Dismissed: Jimmy Bowling, Armorel Ted Morgan, city Mrs. Decie Armstrong, Steele Billy Stowe, Cooter Mrs. Daniel Ganza, city Mrs. Melvin Halsell, city Nellie Hill, Steele Mrs. James Lend, city Mrs. John Lum, cily Infant Dordon, city J. J. Tyler, Steele Mrs. Arnold Gillilan, city Brother-Sister Dolls 8333 Sue Burnett Darling stuffed dolts that are tun to sew — and dre.ssed so gatly In bold shirts and jeans. Each Is :10 Inches tall, sister also has n jumper. Pattern Ho. 8333 Is In one size, 30 Inches. For complete requtrmenw, ice pattern. For this pattern, send 36c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, nnd the PATTERN NUMBER to 3ue Burnett, Blythcville Courier News, 372 W. Qiilncy Street, Chicago 6. 111. With your pattern order include »n additional 36 cent* lor your copy of our fascinating new lull & winter "W pattern book. This la.stest edition of aids FASHION conUln» » wealth of «w-slmplc, up-to-the- minute ntjrits, ipeclikl Jenturw, ootor md ityl*. Junior Girls' Auxiliary of the church met at the home of Mrs. June Harris yesterday with 10 members and two visitors, Mrs. Bill Cook and Sherry Brown, present. Repeating oi tne watchword and prayer by Pat Hardy opened the meeting. Mrs. Harris presided over the business session and also presented the devotional. Rebecca Harris was in charge of the mission program and those assisting her were Mary Brown, June Cockran, Joan Hughey, Gail Jualls and Pat Hardy. Following the program the group sang Christmas carols and drew names tor their Christmas party. Mrs. Cook led the closing prayer. Mrs. Kerbough Hostess to Sodalitan Class Mrs. Don Kerbaugh was hostess to members of the Sodalitan Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church Monday night. Devotional was presented by Mrs. Edward Peterson with Mrs. Frank McCool, eta president, leading prayers. Mrs Kerbough conducted the business session and served refresh- mente during the social hour. Sabbath Service To be Held at • Temple Israel The sabbath service tomorrow night at Temple Israel will start this week nt 8:16 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Vise -will deliver a Pre-Hnnuko sermon introducing the Festival of Lights which begins next week. Coming Events FRIDAY Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C, M. Smart for 1 p.m luncheon. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. J. W. Adams are co-hostess. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. S. E. Tune. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club complimenting Miss Melba Pryoi with coffee at home of Mrs. John C. McHaney on Walnut, 2 to 5 p.m. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Hlytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature — AND — 'This Is Your Army 7 ALSO CARTOON Bits of News OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Drs. Carl and Edna Nies left yesterday afternoon for Slu'lbina, Mo., where they were called dut to the sudden dcaih ol Dr. Edna's brother, Ray Winget. Mr. Winjiet suffered a heart attack yesterday morning. Air. and Mr.>. Paul Wilhelm and son ol St. Louis have municd to their home after ;i viMi .here with Mr. Wilhelm's sisters, Mrs. Jake Huffman and Miss Luna Wilhr-iin. Mrs. John Hickoy of Corning visited Mrs. Preston. Franks yesterday. Mrs. John Prather had as her guest yesterday Mrs. Dan Snort- grass of Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves returned last night from Dallas, Tex., where they attended the Southern Scedmen's Convention. T/Sgt. and Mrs. B. W. Caldwell and son Mark arrived here Monday morning from Japan to sjirnd a 30-day furlough visiting 1 their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Ltn'eU and Mrs. Gladys Barrett. Prom here they will go to Sherman, Tex., for his next assignment. Mr. umi Mrs. Robert Richards announce the birth of their second child, a son, born Wednesday movn- inu at Ou'eola Memorial Hospital, The baby was named GilL'ert Wesley, h,'inorm£i Hit? two grandfathers. Mrs. Ku-hards is the former Miss ShirK-y Mast in, daughter of Mrs. Gilbert Mast in and the late Mr. Mast in. Miss Sally McCutchen of Blythe\-\\\- \\-\\\ spend the weekend with Mi.-.* Be'.ty Claire Bowles. ' honored Whitmort' entertained her bridge club with a turkey luncheon at the Hut. Wi:.vr time decorations were iLsecl M tvnter the (Able where the guesis were seated. R. phi> and was Hosp B. I.a::s?rion drove to Mem- ! ,Vii:ie>day to return his wife ; .'.Kin'- son home. The baby )' x r!i last Friday at Methodist Mrs. Clem Whistle was hostess ednesday to her bridge club. A dessert course preceded the bridge i games. Mrs. Bob Reidy was a guest Wednesday when Mrs. Prances M: . J.ick SuHba was hostess: TuY. . iv'nUh'i to her bridge club, j M'. .--" M-iftha Moore won high! scoiv ,'i!u\ Mi'^- Rick Bi<j;iclike won j SLHV:;,|. | Mi-s S.tlio.i sorveci a dessert co'uv ; She u> t -d Christinas decoration ;:- the entertaining- rooms. i\l-- -.v.ii Mrs. Charles Lowrance III '.:-;" Mr. and Mr.s. John White are :n .New Orleans where ihe two men are :utending a levee board met'iisx. They will return Sunday. Mr.s Maude Hudson was hostess Thursday night to the Widows Pitch Club. Mrs. Hudson invited her ffucsts for supper. Eastside Garden Club To Have Party Eastside Garden Club will hold its annual Christmas party at Lake Street Methodist Church Tuesday with the affair beine: an 11:30 a.m. covered-dish luncheon. Hostesses. will be Mrs. C. M. Abbott, Mrs. Alice Womack, Mrs. Otto Bradberry, Mrs. W. S. Allen, Mrs. J. W. Maloney, Mrs. Taft Metz^er and Mrs. B. A. Btigg. Following the luncheon, gifts will be exchanged, by the group and the Christmas floral a rra n g Euncrus, brought by each member, will be judged. Hair Changes By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Just as the skin can change from season to season and year to year, so can the hair and -scalp change. And a woman should bow to these changes, rather thtm going on doing things just as she has always done. One woman who had had an oily hair problem for many years consistently used a shampoo especially designed to reduce oiliness. Tills fall .she discovered that her hair, which was naturally curly, was no longer curling in its usual manner. Soon after in is, she discovered that her scalp was very dry and that her hair was losing its natural vibrancy and springiness. She correctly decided that the lmij<-U'rm use of the drying shampoo, the change of her metabolism and the change of the. season had changed her hair from oily to normal. " She changed from the shampoo "ROCK-AND-ROLL" PUP—"Prince" is toting a big load, but it's helping to mend his broken hind leg. The splint, almost as big as the pup. envelops both hind iegs, so Prince has to rock and roll on the rocker around his hind end. Helping Prince pass the time during convalescence are owners Tommy and Brenda Lee Gazaway of Greenville, S.C. for oily hair to the one for normal hair and .soon discovered that her hair was again curling in its accustomed fashion. As this column has often stated, fluidity in the way one does things can often defeat the purposes of i b.eauty. What way becoming and | helpful when a f:irl was a size 10 ' may .not work when she is a size 1C. A .shampoo for dry hair i,s a definite detriment to an oily scalp. Constant reassessment of assets and problems is important, in keeping beautiful, season after season. . The new torso lengths call for a warning to the short-waisted. Moral: be .sure it's for YOU, not just for fashion. 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