The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 2, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1955 - Society News '. A_— Vlnllnm; S/\/*iotv EMitnr * Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Club Eight Honors Miss Scrape With Coffee at White Home Here Miss Mary Louise Scrape was again complimented yesterday when members of Club Eight entertained with a coffee at the home of Mrs. Jesse White. e being ith :al- ila- ind Hostesses were Mrs. E. C. All Mrs. Paul Jobe, Mrs. Charles Lai ston Mrs. S. C. Owens, Mrs. H. Partlow, Mrs. Q. O. Poetz a Mrs. E. B. Stout. The White home was decora! using a pink, white and silver co scheme with the serving table be : covered with a pink satin c. overlaid with two layers ot so loped net. Centering this table was a mi ture wrought iron bridal arch der which stood the bride a groom. White tapers in pink ca: delabra glowed on either side this centerpiece. On the mantel In the living rooi a wintertime church scene wi used with the piano holding a s! ver epergne holding a gradual! arrangement of shades of pink ba' bles. Accenting this arrangemei were silver sprays of leaves and cluster of silvered pine cones. Suspended from the chandelier the dining room was a cluster crystallite bells through which wei pulled baubles. Bouquets of painte pink pom-poms were used'throug out the home. Miss Scrape received gues wearing a party frock of pink ta feta and her mother, Mrs. Ott mt University Club To Have Annual Christmas Dance University Dance Club will hav its annual Christmas dance tomo row night at Hotel Noble at 9 p.m Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. P. I Foster, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.- Whitney Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Co Modinger, Jr. Lt. and Mrs. Jack Harrington entertained 18 members Of the Christian Adventurers Class of First l{ , Christian Church at their home : Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Wells and ts Lt. and Mrs. Dick Lauer were in t f- charge of the social hour with Verto non Strickland, president, having charge of the business session. At this.time plans were made by the group for a Christmas party to be held at the home of Lt. and Mrs Curt Johnson, Dec. IS. The mem bers voted to bring gifts to this party to be given later to needy children. At the conclusion of the meeting those in attendance signed a get well card to be sent to David Orif'& fy, a member of the class, who > is ill. tonnie At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed'. M. D. Walker, city Chickasiwb* Hospital Dismissed: Ms. Joe Shelton, city Linda Benson, Manila Elizabeth McMiller and baby, city Mrs. William Klchardson and baby, Manila Mrs. William W. Smith and baby, city Terry Talley, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Delphla Wllbanks, Dell Mrs. Charles Little, Steele F. F. Marrogium, Cooler Fred Williams, city Sew-Easy Skirt Pair 8330 Sue Burnett Two wonderfully slimming skirts that go together easily and quickly. Pattern No. 8330 is In waist sizes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32. Size 25, 1 7|8 yards of 54-Inch. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 35c for EACH, In COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. The new fall & Winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-easy styles to delight beginner and expert. Don't miss It — send 25 cents today for your copy. Those ever - so - slim heels can leave you feeling ever so slumped if you do a grand tour on them. A walker Is still the sightseer's and shopper's best bet. Remember: you'll look more fashionable alive than dead. You can gtt them at the flve- and-dlrne. Little nylon Karves In pastel colon to use M flll-ini at the neckline! of winter drciuea and suite. Wuh end drip-dry, ot court*. Scrape, was dressed In a black silk faille dress. The groom elect's mother, Mrs. Joseph Shanks, was attired in a black crepe frock. All three received corsages of pink carnations The hostess' gift of silver to che bride-elect was displayed on a table decorated with pink and white satin streamers and pink and white tapers. Presiding at the table were Mrs. John Charles White, Mrs. Stout and Mrs. Jobe. Bits of News Mrs. Eunice Young is umlc treatment at Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Jim Gardener is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. C. A. Vinson was admitted to Chickasawba Ho.spital'vday aft| ernoon following a heart attack at his home. Thursday Clubs Have Weekly . Games Dessert bridges and luncheons were held yesterday when Thursday Clubs conducted games. Mrs. Charles Afflick of Steele entertained Kibitzer Club members ai the home of her mother-in-law. Mrs. C. W. Afflick, here yesterday i afternoon. Meeting with the club were Mrs. Dick Moore and Mrs. E. M. Terry, I Jr. rs. , ., Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., won nigh Christian Adventurers Class Meets Armorel HD Club Has VVorkshop A potluck luncheon preceded the workshop held yesterday by Armorel Home Demonstration Club with 12 members and six visitors in attendance. Only out-of-town guest was Mrs. Billie Jean McCutchen of Steele. Christmas arrangements were made during the workshop with plans for a Christmas party being discussed during the business session. The party will be held at the youth center Dec. 15. At the conclusion of the meeting, a shower was held for Mrs. C, C. Elliott whose home was destroyed by fire Monday night. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting- Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club complimenting Miss Melba Pryor with coffee nt home of Mrs. John C. McHaney on Walnut, 2 to 5 p.m. Just because feathers are being seen on many of autumn's perkiest, hats doesn't mean that everyone will be tickled by your selection of a new bonnet. Remove that cute little number and hold it in your lap while you're at the movies, or if there's danger of impaling your seat-mate in the bus on Its tip. Masterpoint Game Played By League A monthly masterpoint game was played last night by members of Duplicate Bridge League. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson took first place with second going to Mrs P. E. Black and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Third was won by Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Mrs. O. W. Mc| Cutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips took fourth. Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs. Matt Monaghan won fifth place. Next Thursday night, a special winners game will be played by the league. Marriage Licenses Four marriage licenses have been issued by County Court Clerk E. Blythe Parker recently. They were: Wayne D. Smith, 2-1, Blythevllle, and Lorine Ann Wersky, 21, Ft. Smith. James T. Short, 44, and Mrs. Ella Delaney, 50, both of Blytheville. Fred White. 38, and Helen Louis Presson, 33, both of Blytheville. Lynn Garr Stevens, 21, and Eloise Richardson, 19, both of Blytheville. Treat Skin With Care By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor It's Lime to get some of the misconceptions about blackheads cleared up. They're not an attractive feature of the skin and certainly no one is eager to chat about them. But teen-agers are. often bothered by them and sometimes their treatment of the condition is motivated by their lack of knowledge ubout them. Blackheads are not really dirt settling on the outside of the skin. They are made of oil that was on its way out of the body by the route of the hair follicle when it got stalled, hardened and dried. The dark color Is the chemicall darkening that takes place when the oil is exposeti to ail' for long periods of time. Blackheads can be part of acne, be associated with dandruff, poor diet and poor skin cnre. But blackheads aren't some horrible mark ot guilt. Pimples can come from tension of some sort, but blackheads don't. Squeezing blackheads with the fingernails is not a good idea. It damages the skin tissue und makes the urea sore and a good breeding ground for pimples. Creams, oils and unguents, which ca nhelp pimples, can't help blackheads, since they are a condition in A d Mrs. W. J. Edrington of Osceo!a ant! Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe were guests yesterday when Mrs. Ben Mac White was hostess with a dessert-bridge for La Nueve Club at the Country Club. In the bridge games Mrs. New' ton Whiiis won high with second | high going to Mrs. Edrington. The home of Mrs. H. H. Houchins was attractively decorated witil , gold and white Christmas baubles i and novelties yesterday when she j entertained Mid-Week Club. I Mrs. Loy Welch was "he o.i.y j guest present. i Bridge winners were Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. Welch. For that Christmas Wedding And Feature Lock Interlocking Diamond Ringt with "Feature- Glo" jettingj iiay together In perfect position always. McCaughey Jewelry IN CITY DRUG STORE 100 W. Main St. Blylhcville, Ark. •At. HHt. •"•" iNiiiait in MM Mit« 1'Crrlifiril ty Amfrlcan Tttllnf Lrtif. Thursday Contract Club members and one guest, Mrs. Samuel F. Korris, met at the home of Mrs. Henry Humphreys for luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge games. Chrysanthemums were used to decorate entertaining rooms of the Humphreys' home. Mrs. Edsar Borum won high in the games~and Mrs. Norris second high. A dessert course preceded the games yesterday when Mrs. Felix Carney'entertained Chillion Club members at her home. Guest o£ the club was Mrs. Paul Byrum. Game winners were Mrs. 0. O. Elklns, first. Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth, second, and Mrs. Mike Meroney, third. the skin, rather than on it. The idea of drawing blackheads out with vacuum is impractical. If you have a blackhead and you •ant to get rid of it, first buy a. blackhead remover at the drugstore. It's a small metal rod with a tiny hole at each end. Scviie come on the handle ends of tweezers. Then steam your skin up with a hot, wet towel. Do it for about 10 minutes, revetting the towel as it cools off. This opens the oil glands of the skin and softens the oily plug. Then press the hole of the remover over the blackhead. With moderate pressure, it will be pressed out through the tole. It's painless and won't damage the skin. After each time the remover is used, It should be washed in hot soap and water. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature — AND — Serial "Capl. Africa" No. 13 Carton "Frog & Princess" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature S VW*ww*»«m«KM fREO CHARUON COMA BARBARA J MWWREED-rlALE .HE FAR 1 HORIZONS TECHNICOLOR — AND — GLAMOR STOCKINGS — Luxurious and whimsical stockings add to your pnrty mood during the holidays. Rhinestones (left) are sprinkled over the ankle in nylon stockings that twinkle. Tiny sprays ol golden holly (above left) are used at knee of these nylons just for fun. Holly sparkles with pearls and rhinestones. Appliques of black Chantllly lace appear (above right) on instep of these stockings. Tiny spray of golden pine (right) is hand-painted at knee of one stocking. Two small pearls in red and green form Christmas ornaments. Uniform Giveaway S-'.is of Children SAN DIEGO. Calif. (Si — Retired CONWAY, Ark. Lfl — Youngsters Marine Gen. H. M. (Howlin' Mad) j who roam the streets of this Arkan- Smith of World War II fame ap-' sas city after 11 p.m. are likely to peared in civilian clothse. instead j get their parents in trouble. People " '" ~~ ~~ under 18 years old must be off the streets by 11 o'clock. Parents of violators are subject to a fine of between SI and S25 and a jail sentence of from one to 30 days. of ir.ariue dress uniform as requested, at a military function. He explained he has given away all his uniforms, to museums and such "Immaculate" should be the first word in your fashion primer. All the fancy clothes in the world won't make up for the crisp, clean look which is the hallmark of the truly fashionable woman. METRO NEWS Cinemascope at Its Best Wilh Stereophonic Sound! 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