The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 27, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAT tf, fetti M octe Pat Mullins, Society Editor i Phone 4461 BSP Sorority Has Party Here Mrs. Henry Docld enterti. ncd members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Slgmn PIil nt the Rustic Inn lust night with a dessert bridge and canasta. Guests of the sorority were Mrs. Dick Shanks and Mrs. Wade Reeves. Jr. In the bridge games, Mrs BUI Hodge won first place, find In canasta, Mrs. Andy Moses won first place. Brldgo prize went to Mrs. Shanks. Vases of red verblnas adorned the center of each table, and a large bouquet of mixed blossoms, predominantly red, formed a background for the party. Mrs. J. N. Smotherman presented Mrs. R. C. Allen with a gift from the Chapter and made her an honorary member in appreciation for her help and being their sonsor for 'he past two years. La Petite Club Has Luncheon Conducting their final meeting of the season were members of the La Petite Club, when they gathered yesterday at Hotel Noble for a luncheon. Their guest was Mrs. John Lentl. They were seated at one lone table for luncheon, and spent the aft ernoon In playing bridge. Winners were Mrs. J.- P. Montan don first, and Mrs. Ruper Orafton who Won second and brldgo. Duplicate League Elects Officers Officers were elected at the Coun atry CJub Duplicate Bridge Leaftm meeting last nidit, preceding a five table Ilowell movement. Mrs. E. H. Gee was elected chairman nnri Mrs. R. F. Klrshner cochairman. Secretary Is Mrs. >larr> W. Halnes. and treasurer is Mrs. If C. Sims. Mrs. 0. O. Councllle wll continue to be director. In the' evening's games, Mrs. W D. Chtimblin and Mrs. S. R. TIUIP won first place, with soconcl place going to Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. Councllle and Mrs. Joe Ferguson tied with Mrs. Kirshnei and Mrs. C. W. Affllck for hlrtl plnce. ., Tops In Sportswear By Sue Burnett Pretty enough for general wear all summer—daytime and datetlme—Is this young sundress with its gay bow trim. A brief collared bolero can have short or three quarter sleeves. Pattern No. 8919 is a sew-rite per- 1 forated pattern in sizes 11, 12. 13, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, dress, 4% yards of 39-inch; bolero, ?i sleeve, 2 yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St.. Chicago 6, I1L Don't miss- the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gifl pattern printed inside the book. 23 cents. Eox Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All .Times WED -THURS Double Feature Mrs. Atkinson Entertains Club Mrs. Gean Atkinson entertained members of the Trl-Town Club yesterday with a luncheon and bridge with three extra guests. Including Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr., Mrs. Russell C. Fnrr, and Mrs. Jack Jordan. Mrs. Jarnes Terry won first place, wilh second going to Mrs. James C. Guard and bridup to Mrs Williams. Guests were served a two-course luncheon preceeding the games from the dining room table, which was decorated with mixed spring flowers interspersed with baby breath. Adorning (he nlano was a silver bowl filled with lilies. Timka Bunco Club Has Party Meeting for their Ilnnl club party of the season last night were members of the Timkn Bunco Club, when they rfere entertained by Mrs. W. R. Sommrrvlllc. Mrs. Pat Chltmon was a guest uf tho club. In the bunco games, Mrs. Som- mcrvllle won high score, with taw going to Mrs. Howiml Beshnrso, nnd bunco to Mrs. E. M. Miller. Mrs. Sornniei'vllle served ft dessert plnte with Iced drinks following the games. Roses predominated other spring flowers providing floral decorations In the eiitcrtulnlng rooms. Mrs. Olyde Perry will entertain for the group nnd their husbands Fi'ldny nl«ht. Bits of News 6P** Razorback Scene Of Samba Party Rnzorbnck Drive-In wnfi the scene of the party given last night by Mrs. William P. Bear, when she en- tertnlned members of, the Octave Club. Guests for the evening's entertainment were Mrs. W, E. Wade, and Mrs. Fred Davis. Following dessert course, guests played Samba games, with high score going to Mrs. Russell Bialcs, and low going to Mrs. Leon Ocnnlng. Tuesday Club Is Entertained Mrs. W. C. HigRinsan entertained members of the Tuesday Club ycs- ,crday nt her homo, with a luncheon followed by bridge games in ;he afternoon. Her guests for the day were Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs. M. O. Usrry. Luncheon was snrml in the liv- ng room from the small tables, which were decorated with swect- icas and roses. Mrs. C. M. Smiivt won hish score .n the bridge, with second going to Mrs. Doyle Hendmon. Mrs. Charles McWiiters, Sr., ha: returned home after being In Menv pliis for two weeks with her daURh tcr, Mrs. Nora Nuckoll«, and Mr Nuckolls. She also visited (rlend; while there. Mrs. Marvin Lane is ol Camp, bell's Clinic In Memphis, where shi is to undergo treatment for two weeks, Byron Morse, Jr., of Little Rock was the guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Byron Morse, Sr., terday. Mrs. Burl Floss »nd daughter Miss Mary Jo Ross, and Misses Cliffle and Berntce Overman have returned from a two-weeks' trip through Texas and Mexico. Mrs. John Pill underwent minor surgery at the Blythevllle Hosplta Wednesday, Her condition Is reported as good. Mr. and Mrs. John H, McCarter of Corinth. Miss., arrived last night to be the guests of their daughter Mrs. Bob Warren, Mr. Wnrron, anc their son, Bobby. Mrs. Warren nnd Bobby are to accompany the Me- Cartern home for several days visit while Mr. Warren attends the automobile race nt Indlanapolbt, Ind Condition of Mrs. Charles Smith, patient at Walls Hospital, is rc- :)0rted as satisfactory. She underwent, surgery there this week. W. L. Hooper is a Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Hooper has Just re- .iirnod here after spending several ays with him. Warren Whltls, son of Mr. and VIrs. Newton Whllis, underwent » tonsilectomy at Ee Bonheur Hos. ittat In Memphis yesterday. He is •eported in satisfactory condition. Mr. and Mrs. Kclso Brooks and children left today for Little Bock nnci Fnyettevllle to spend several days. They will visit Mr. Brook's father, Kllery Brooks, who Is crit tlcally 111 in the Elizabeth Hospital it Prairie Drove, Ark. Dr. and Mi's. Blythc Allison of Chicago have arrived to be the guests of his father, J. P. Allison and family for several days. Albert Fnlrfleld, who Is a student at Southern Mothodist University In Dallas, Tex., will arrive homo to clay to bo the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. W. I. Dcnton. He w " be accompanied by Leigh Seacord. who will also visit her grandmother, Mrs, Dtmton, N. N, Bridge Club Plays in Home Mrs. Russell Simpson wns hostess last nipht nt her home lo members of tho N. N. Bridge Club, when guests of the .club were Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe find Mrs. Clyde Pntton. In the bridge gomes, high score went to Miss Mnlbu Pryor, with second goIiiR to Miss Vivian Taylor. Brldgo went to Miss Mnry Noc. Dessert wns served by the hos- fr.Hs CnlUnvliiK the games. Uyilmn- m i (i find'Other .spring flowers provided itbe- floral arrangements. Mrs. Markham, 84, Observes Birthday Continuing an annu^ affair of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Chib, members yesterday honored Mrs. Haitian Markham on her birthday. She was 84 years old. She was presented a gift from the club nnri a large decorated birthday cake, adorned with "Happy BivVhdiiy, Mummy," by which she is iiffcctionately known to members. tU-Rular order of business nnd pro- Cnrloon: 2 Cliirs & Miss Mary Ryan's Coming to Town! Hlnck-aml-wlilte is sponsored In these clcsiem bv Hannah Troy fur ;i slick summer. Her rnlton suit (left) is neat and beautiful, Is shnrRly outlined in blark velvet. Jacket is .•.lllfencd at the hipline Black rnctus print on while is used (center) for dress with sleek princess lines and black velvet shoulder straps. A denned print in black oh white (rijht) is mated to this surah sull for city wear. This has ruched border on collar that's just touched with black velvet, with motif repeated on pockets. Hubbard Hardware Co. Baptist BWC Has Meeting in Home Members of the Business Wom- ens Circle Three of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Bonnie Webb with seven members and one new member, Mrs. J. C. Webb. Opening; prayer was given by Miss Ellen Moore nnd business was conducted by Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Mrs. Jim Ross gave the devotional, and the dismissal prayer was by Mrs. Jimmy Garner. Refreshments were served In the social hour, which followed. Homemakers Class Meets in Home Members ol the Homemakers Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Thelnm Johnson lor a business B.JM- Klon followed by a handkerchief shower given for Mrs. Eleanor Swnf- ford. who is moving to 3t. Louis. Following prnyer by Mrs. Joyce Jrocker, Mrs. Lois Webster gave the devotional. Mrs. Johnson conducted the business session. Pnrty fontls were served in the social hour which followed. Hair Care Is All-Important In The 'Good Old Summertime' At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Nicky Crisncso and baby. Oily Annie Harris. Osceoln Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Purtle. City Mrs. Minnie Moody, Manila. gram were conducted preceding the social hour. Mrs. Robert Thompson was hostess at her home. The day's eye-opener was n pair of handmade pillow cases. Mrs. Carl Burton KIIVC the scrip- ,urc lesson, and n program on color. Ine and style in proper "dress was given by Mrs. Elza Wheeler. In the business session, it *vas reported that the group has sent two >oxes of clothing to Korea. By VIVIAN' BROWN AP Newsfcatures Writer Hair is a woman's crowning glory. But It is the feature she neglects most. So says Charles Antell, hair expert, who explains: "A woman thinks that if she permanent waves her hair or sets it every day or combs it in the morning before the daily Rrind, her hair Is being cared for. Nothing could be further from the truth. It needs more care if she does permanent It and wash it often than if she did absolutely nothing to it." Natural oils in the hair are washed out constantly by shampoos or hurt by permanent waving processes, he believes. That is why he advocates lanolin base formulas for the. hair. He says: "We should remember that the hair is protein, Just as the skin is. It needs some substance that can be absorbed into the scalp and feed the hair as it prows out. Lanolin, the product of the sheep, will do that." Mr. Antell made some tests along those lines. He fried a typical protein product, the egg, In olive oil nnd another in Innolln. After five days the oil esfT had shriveled, but now two weeks later the lanolin- fried egg Is still In perfect shape, he says. He offers these tips for coping with that Erent hair destroyer, ovcr-oxposure to summer sunshine: 1. Whenever you sit In the sun wour a covering over the hair. 2. Never wash the hnlr unless It needs to be cleaned, and keep It clean by constant brushing. 3. Keep in mind that !t is cnslc.r to keep the hairbrush clean than to \vosh your hair each day. 4. Wash the hair after a swim, but apply Innolin to the scalp to re- pl-.ce oils lost in the process. 5. Ordinary' oils such as mineral oil and other oily concoctions are liitcly to do nothing more than accumulate dust In the hnir and require more frequent shampoos. Lanolin is a natural ingredient for hair itb.sorption. 8. When pincurling the hair, rub •• In a small amount of Innolin first, I then form curls, insert pins then vet the hair with a piece of cotton. Lanolin can absorb 'the water. 1. You can train your hair to curl if you keep It cut in a good basic style. Mr. Antell says that present-day hair styles are not designed to please men who admire and prefer long hair. He thinks short hair is harder to care for than longer hair because one needs more permanent waves, hair shapings and shampoos when the hair is short. Also there Is more of a tendency to neglect brushing the hair when it is short because you can "just run a comb through it" which most women think is the charming feature of short hair. He Is a great fan of the page-boy type hairdo for women because he thinks it makes them look younger, gives the hair a nice sleek appearance, appeals to men. and because it requires only a. slight permanent wave On the ends. Coming 'Events Thursday Miss Jettye Huffman is hostess to members of the OEO Club. La Nueve Club meets for luncheon at the home of Mrs. Melvin Halsell with Mrs. Lynn Hughes as co- hostess. Hotel Noble is scene of Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Mrs. H. W. Wylie entertains members of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Dick Watson is hostess lor meeting of the TLE Club. Mrs. Harry W. Halnee hostess to members of the Mld-Week Club. Friday Vendredl Club meets with Mrs. A., S. Harrison, Mrs. Loy Welch is hostess to members of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. James Roy Is hostess to members of the Friday Club. La Finesse Club members meet With Mrs. Richard Rose. NOW SHOWING! No Increase In Prices! WED-THURS-FRI COtMMffl* nCTUMS RITA HAYWORTH STEWART GRANGER SALOME CHARlESlAUSHTON JoJf.k ANDERSON • Sir Crfrk HARDWICKE lull SVDN6V • Mwriec SCHWARTZ Arnold MOSS • Abu 8ADCL _II,iUDOTADU« • D~~i,W1U1AM WSTMLi IBCXV^TOI COHTOOATKW TWWMCT10W ALSO CARTOON RITZ GUESTS TO SEE "SALOME" Mr. & Mrs. ,T. A. Leech ,Mr. & Mrs. .lames Manly & Family Mr. & Mrs. Kelton 1'Vnncis & Family Mr. & Mrs. Filmorc Gipson B»nn«t GirTi fo«f JOR, tliailow p«nel fuQ jlip. Of wonderful, wonJerfnl cotton pliuc. No ironing ncccisary. Jtul w.r<h-n-wear. Nylon embroidery >l bodice anj hem. In froXy white. 32-40. 2.95 Clara's Sho p 419 W. Mnln Picnic Is Planned The annual picnic for Sunday School clisss member* of Tehiple isarel Is to be held tomorow at 1 p. m. on the playground at the corner of ChicksaWba and Division, with members of the PTA and parent* of the children invited. Maimed POWs Get Peg Legs TOKYO (/P)—The American-Korean foundation has developed a new type of artificial leg which will permit a war-maimed Korean soldier to work in the rice fields. Dr. Howard A. Rusk, head of the private organization's six-member mission, said the peg leg type has been equipped with a metal rocker at the bottom which will enable a worker to lift his foot from the mud more readily. LITTLE LIZ— VxV-'*. ~^-c^. 1*35*-^- Una Length of life depends on heredity—and the color of the traffic light when you cross th« street. •"«• ComfttttMttt Childhood Illi. ON "ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST" 200^190 St. Joseph Jtwt An KANEOIM BAT, H»»MI technical training by Marln* Air QroUp 18 »t Kaneotw Marln* Atr Corps station hm b«en switched to Panther Jet Planes Instead of the World War II Corsair fighter-bomb. er, the Marine Corp» announced. Qlffl Here is a new chapter to th* beloved Journal story "Th» Little PrinceBws"told by Elizabeth's former governess. Don't miss these ivarm, intimate high lights from tht young Queen 1 * life. And there's another bigCor- onatibo feature this month. A distinguished Briton and high Coronation official taket you to his exalted station in the Abbey and points out every step of the pageant with amusing side lights. Only a few high dignitaries will sea the ceremony this vividly 1 Read both great features in the big June Journall Now on your newsstand 'JOURNAL A CUHTIS PUUICATION OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITEI RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents '*" L'AST'TIMES TONIGHT BUCK NITE DOLLAR A CARLOAD BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Till: WOMAN (hY IHIill 13 AIM IfOlIHE -HIMH SNORE-ROBED! MfMIll UMINE DAT • lOBEBT »«K JOHN AGAR-'nTioius tmu.iHM cuia ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Showing in Blytheville His game it fancy women TYRONE POWER PIPER LAURIE-JULIA ADAMS MISSISSIPPI GAMBLE" his fate lady luck! Also Cartoon ».«...t.......»••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

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