The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 10, 1954
Page 4
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PAOEFOU* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1954 JiiM - Society News - • * u n tu,fit Cnniotv RMifrnr * PuO] Miili* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 "Ladies Day," to be Observed With Christmas Party at Club Mrs Arthur Vance, who for many years has been chairman of "Ladies Day", Christmas party at the Country Club again has been appointed to this task. Other hostesses are Mrs. J. A. Leech Mrs R. H. Kirby. Mrs. E. B Gee Mrs. A. H. McManus, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. Jack Cuadra and I Mrs Harry W. Haines. This group of ladies have worked along with Mrs. Vance for several years. " Mrs. E. A. Stacy of Dell and) rJnv'wS!! » ryringj decorations which will be used j throiifjhout the club rooms. on this occasion, the ladies and their guests may come only for junch, or remain for the afternoon anrt play bridge. It will not be ncc- essary to have li complete table as other arrangements have been made. Prlzcs w m D e awarded for high -d low scores m the games and a door prize will also be given. Copter D PEO Sisterhood Has Christmas Party in Afflick Home Chapter D of PEO Sisterhood was entertained at the home of Mrs. C. W. Afflick with a two-course luncheon and Christmas party Wednesday. An arrangement of driftwood, frosted grapes and poinsettias centered the table where the guests were seated for lunch. Glowing candles and other glittering decorations nestled In snow and greenery were used through- Chillion Club Has Meeting At Razorback Members of the Chillion Club were entertained at the Razorback yesterday by Mrs. E. R. Jackson. 8he had se her guefita Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Paul Byruin. Winners in the games were Mrs. Mary Hatfleld, high, Mk-s. Sally Freeman, second high, and Mrs. S. I. Torjusen, third. Mrs. Head won guest high. At the conclusion of the games toe hostess served a dessert course. & li\e originator of . . . " White ShoiMers" "GoMen Sfcnrfoiis" Beatttj in fragruuce Elegance in packaging Loveliness in name Tim perfect gift for any occasion Prices S2.75-J35.00 Plus Tax THE t ft ~-)nop / / out the Aifllck home. Mrs. E. B. Gee. before a large lighted and tinseled tree, told the Christmas story. "Let's Keep Christmas," by Marshall and then dilsrlbuted the gifts. At The Hospitals Blylhcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harold Hamilton and baby, Manila Gary Lendennie, city Clilrkasawba Hospital Dismissed: Ricky Hughes, Manila Miss Clara Ruble, city Miss Jo Ann Ruff, Stcele Queen Esthpr Bell and baby, city Mrs. Mnxie Ltiyne, city A Special in Half Sizes Sue Burnett 1 Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlggcr, HI, and children left Tuesday !>y pltuie for San Francisco, Calif., where they will visit Mrs. Crie- Kcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McKenzle. J. J. Cookslon Is spending several days In Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wlmbcrly were called to Covlngton. Oa., last niKht due to the death of Mrs. Wimberly's uncle, V. E. Bouchll- lon. .Louis Tsancs is 11! at his home on Walnut. Mrs. R. A. Porter left this morn- Ing for Port Smith to attend the executive board meeting of the Arkansas State Chapter of PEO Sisterhood of which she Is treasurer. Mrs. Henry Duhot and children of Huntlngton, Long Island, N. Y., are the guests of Mrs. Duhot's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meronoy were in Memphis yesterday to attend the Shrine Ceremonial. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee and son are spending several days in St. Louis. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dicks spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Clara Ruble, who underwent surgery at the Chickasawba Hospital last Saturday Is now at her home. Dr. Tom Mahan of Grand Junction, Colo., will arrive tomorrow to visit his.mother. Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Mrs. Mahan will also have as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Forte of Clarksvllte, Tenn. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mrs. Jack Homer, Mrs. Jim Smart, Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Jr.. and Mrs. H. A, Haines were Memphis visitors today. NArs. Hubbard vVinner at Kibitzer Club Mrs. Hubbnrri, Jr., nnd Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., were winners yesterday when Mrs. Harry A. Unities entertained the Kibitzer Chib. Christmas decorations were used in the home. Assorted party foods were .served Bridge League Plays Scramble Movement An eight-table scramble Mitchell was played last night by members of the Duplicate Bridge League. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines were first place winners with llO'/z points and O. S. Crowell and George Anderson were second with 100!4 points. In third place were Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips with 95'/i points and Mrs. R. T. Kirshner and Mrs. C. W. At- flick were fourth with 93 points. Mr. and Mrs. George Wlggs were fifth place winners with 91'/ 2 points. At the conclusion of the games ast night for a holiday treat party foods were served the members. Saturday a masterpoint game will be conducted. AWAITS SANTA CLAUS — Gary Parr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hayncs Parr, peaks over the top of the Christmas Carolers on the windows at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Russell C. Parr, and anxiously awaits the day when Santa will arrive. Mrs. Parr hand made and painted these carolers several years ago and they are now a traditional holiday sigut In Blytheville. (Courier News Photo) by the hostess during noon. the after* Mid-Week Club onducts Game In Lynch Home Mrs. R. F. Kirshner nnd Mrs. C. C. Smith were guests yesterday when Mrs. B. A. Lynch WHS hostess lo the Mid-Weck Club. A two-course luncheon was served from the dining table which wiis centered with a miniature while Christmas tree and glowing tapers. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. llonicr were vvlnnera in the bridge gnmes conducted. Mrs. Oldhom Entertains Bridge Club Mrs, tinned mcmlH'rs Chili nt her home yi'sli-rday. Guests of (he Mrs. W. H. O'l were Mrs. and Mrs. T. Mrs, Lynn Hughes won high In the bridge Barnes, Mrs. Webb, sec- This expertly designed blouse the kitchen. and skirt combination Is n special | The ash trays in the living room, for Hie woman who is not-M)-ta!l. | overflowing and stale smelling. The wilted tlowers In n vase. The powder puff on the dressing table that is grimy from too long use. The feminine frippery hanging on chair backs, Instead of hung neatly in the closet. The eUiUcv everywhere. By calling attention to just such little facts as these, a novel!?! can build n picture of a woman who is far nway from anyone's picture of Novelist's Idea Of Untidy Is Also Public's Ditl you ever notice that when \ a novelist wants to let you in on the fact that for all her airs n woman isn't quite the lady she pretends to be, he usually does H by such small glimpses us , these— I mid high, and Mrs. Coleman Stev- The white gloves that aren't | rns was awarded bridgo. finite white. | . —. - — The black dress turned gray at; *v|/^\A/ (~ I. ,U 1—|nc the neckline i (NO W L, I UD nQS frotu powder. The bright nail polish that is chipped around the edges. The shoes that are run over at the heels. And going Into her home, the unwashed dishes sitting around For Fall Wear Cotton Shirt By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Teen-agers have found the cotton shirtwaist to be n good wardrobe asset. It's especially good for fall and winter wardrobes, since cotton goes with nil the cool-weather fabrics — wool, Jersey, corduroy and velvet. At tliis point, you teen-agers may be thinking: "But who wants to lake the trouble to iron long sleeved shirts? It's very difficult to produce a crisp, nonwrinkled shirt.' - True, the whole beauty of the shirtwaist lies In its looking smooth and fresh. But, ns the labels on some shirtwaists will tell you, today's cotton blouses (if they require any ironing at all) respond wonderfully to the light touches of your iron. In addition, some cottons are enter- • treated to retain their crispncss Oldlumt of the La Nueve I even after repeated washings. Can you think of a better mate ,.„„-.,,, , , „ for classic tweed .skirts, or brightly Clarence Web!) of Killeen, Tex., colored covtlnroy jumpers'? And ft gaily-striped shirt is just the thing to perk up last year's wool suit, Ruth MiUetl ON MAIN Change-about with similar wardrobe items. Pattern No. 8190 is in sizes 14'a. 16'.z. 18'•/. 20>i. 32'iz. 24' 3 , Size IG'i, blouse. 2 yards of 35-inch; skirt. 2'., yards of 30-inch or l?i, yards of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In "OINS, your name, address, size iesired. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 172 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today Regular Meeting NOW Club met at the home of Mrs. Harry Grimes Wednesday nlpht for its iV£iil;ir tncrtlng. Mrs. Rex Griffin was hostess. There were 11 members nnd one Kiiest, Mrs. Otis Barnes, present. Plans were made for a New Yviivs puvty i*iid winners iu the games played during the remainder of the evening were Mrs, Wil- Itiim Harrison. Mrs. Joe.Mac Hosier and Mrs, Cooper Jones. At the ennclu.sum, refreshment were served. since the pattern in these shirts helps to divert the eye from any small wrinkles. When washing any .shirtwaist, remember to hang it to dry wttb as few wrinkles ns possible. While f'till wet, finger-press as many creases as you can. Plaid, striped or cheeked shirtwaists require less ironing fussi- Blackwell Home Decorated for Christmas The home of Mrs. Johnson Blackwell was decorated for Christmas yesterday when the members and guests of the GEO Club met there. Guests were Mrs. Robert McGraw and Mrs. Ray Johnston, Mrs. McGraw won high in the games, Mrs, Harold Davis, second high, and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, bridgo. Preceding the games, a dessert course was served Homemakers Class Has Meeting Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Joe Atkins last night with 23 members present. Following a covered-dish supper, Mrs. Juanita Chitman opened the heeling with prayer and Mrs. Jeff Hester, teacher of the class, gave a devotional. Mrs. Jack Vowell presented Christmas poem and Mrs. Eva Frazier dismissed the group with prayer. ness than solid-colored shirtwaists, too. If you want to avoid using starch on a soft shirtwaist, but want a crisp collar and cuffs, try ironing these areas with a hot iron while they're still wet. STOP! H !• dongerovs lo let covgh from common cold hong on Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated. Get Crcomulsion quick and use as soothes raw thront and chest membranes, loosens and helps expel germy phlegm, mildly relaxes systemic tension and aids nature fight the cause of irritation. Crcomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money. CREOMULSfON relieves Coughs, Chest Coldi, Acute Brooehftli The PERFECT GIFT for the Gift-Giver of Yesteryear what a woman should be. for your For n |-ooH novcliM knows that a -opy o! our pattern cat.ilog, Basic | woman's personality is judged by! ., PASHION. The fall and winter '54 | little things - tilings us trivial asj Relieve I)ll{f8fing issue is filled with attractive, easy ' too much make-up or a too loud I fast with to sew .styles for nil ayes. j voice. Gift Values \Ve are ready to help you choose your Christmas Gifls. New liifl Hems are still arriving to give you a better Selection. Linens . . . Glass and China Gifts . . . Hand Painted Wasrepaper Baskets . . . Lamps . . . Brass Gifts . . . Pictures . . . Ironstone and Milkglasi in beautiful reproductions . . . . , . Barnyard King Turkey Platters and Plates . . . and many more. Mrs. Hovey's Gift Shop 311 N. 6th Blythevlllt, Ark. BERRY'S Pre-Christmas Sa'e i OFF Of All Fall and Winter * COATS * SUITS * DRESSES* HATS Come in Today for Best Selections! Alterations Extra on All Sale Merchandise LADIES TOGGERY Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starrs 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times This year when (lie family gathers for Chrlstuns, will (here be someone missing who can never a^ain be wiiri von? homcoiif to whom ihc family his not yet erected i memorial? \'an fdenl time to do it! \Vi).u mote perfect p,ift thin a monument of marble or.grtnitc suitably inscribed with your sentiment! Ever beautiful, ilways visible, it will staiul fot Chmuiuses eleriul »<. i tribute to and symbol of a prison who was so mu'ch a part ot your Chnstmisee past. See Us For EXPERT ADVICE and PROMPT DELIVERY <i C J 301 W. Miln SI. Phone 2-2522 Open Sunday Afternoons Jno. C. McHaney and Sons "Your Monument Men" Sn. Hiwny fil. Blytheville FRI., & SAT. Double Feature 2a< —AND— RHYTHM-PACKED THftlLLEfl! Serial "Balman" No. 7 Cartoon "Ghost Of The Town'' SUN., & MON. Double Feature —AND— JOHN WAYNE I METRO NEWS Teamsters 'Class Entertained In Hawks Home Mr. and Mrs. Randal Hawks entertained the Teamsters Training Union Class of First Baptist Church last night. Christmas decorations were used in the home with a snow scene on the television, a manger scene on the mantel and a novelty Christmas tree was used on the colfee table. Guests of the group were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gardner. Following an evening of informal entertainment the hostess served a dessert course and coffee. The best and moat precious dust cloths of all are old knit cotton T- shirts. They are soft, lint free and durable. If you want to lengthen their lives as dusters and car- washers, wash them out in the machine with bleach and strong soap. Singing Convention To Be Held Sunday Mississippi County Singing Convention \vill be held Sunday at Immanuel Baptist Church. The program will begin at 2 p.m. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Get the Best for Less ~M\»f^1F?»{; | Better Hurry... YOU have until December 13 to have your Portrait taken and delivered before Christmas. 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