The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 4, 1953
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PAGE FOUR 1UYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS TffUSSDAY, JUNE 4, 1988 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Recent Bride Complimented With Party Mrs. J. W. Powell was complimented with a party given yesterday morning at the home of Mrs. J. D. Smith on Davis Street, when Mis. Smith, Mrs. Ed Cook, and Mrs Bill Walker were hostesses. Mrs. Powell, a recent bride. Is the former Miss Frances Lynn Dowdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dowdy , More than 35 guests called between the hours of 10 and 12. for the miscellaneous shower. For the event, the honoree chose a dress of black cotton featuring a very full circular skirt, with a sun- hack blouse. She \vas presented 9. corsage of blue painted daisies. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Walker assisted Mrs. Powell in receiving her guests. They each wore a green cotton afternoon dress, with white accessories. Mrs. Cook presided at the refreshment, table in a dress of tan linen and lace with matching accessories. " Yellow and blue snapdragons combined with greenery, and placed In a crystal bowl provided a ceY- terpiece for th refreshment table. The same colors were also u»ed in the refreshments. The coffee table held a miniature arrangement of the same flowers in the centerpiece, Mrs. Dowdy, mother of the honoree, was a special guest for the morning. An out-of-town guest wa Miss Mary Jo Handford of Bates' ville. Bits of News Union Church Services Planned Throughout the summer months, four Blytheville churches. will be participating in a scries of three Union Evening Services. The. participating chuvehos sire First Methodist Church, Lnke Strop I Methodist Church. First Presbyterian j ceive his bachelor of science degree Church, find First Christian Church. | In business administration at Uni- Charles Czeschm, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Czescrhin will re- The plan Is to provide out-of- town speakers for these services. The first of these speakers will be Dr. A. W. Dirk, pastor of the .Second Presbyterian Church of Memphis, who wil speak at the First Christian Church Sunday night. Following services will be held on the first Sundays in July and August at the First Presbyterian Church and the Firet Methodist Church, respectively. Flattery In Large Sizes 8825 By Sue Burnett A lovely afternoon style in a wide range of sizes. And so flattering to the matron with dainty ruffling to trim the soft shaped collar. Sleeves can be cap or regulation short length. Pattern No. 8825 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in 36, 38, 40 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 38; cap sleeve, 4!i yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size de- fired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 312 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring and summer. It's complete spring sewing guide for Club Entertained In Langston Home Mrs. Charles Langston entertained the members of Club Eight at her country home yesterday fif- ternon with a weekly bridge, party. OUR guest, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, was invited to join members tor the day's entertainment. Mrs. S. C. Owens won high score, with second going to Mrs. Langston. Dessert was er.rvcd by the hostess between progressions in the games. Summer blossoms in an array of pastel colors provided arrangement^ j Mrs. Cleo throughout the entertaining rooms Miss., versity of Missouri, Columbia, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Czcschin and son, Calvin, are to be in Columbia for the event. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Deavcr and daughter, Julia Ann, nf Pocoliontas have arrived in Blyihevillc to make their home on youth Division. She i.s the former Miss Joyce Rhoads of Blytheville, daughter of Mrs, A. J. Khoads, and tile late Mr. Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, Mann and Professionals Give Helpful Tips For Home Permanents BJ VIVIAN BROWN AI' NewilcaliiriM Bcnuly Editor Millions of women do their own permanent waves, nut when It comes to understanding directions that come with the wave kit, they often arc puzzled. So frequently they write asking: What Is the dif- waving lotion, and then a second chemical, the neutralizing agent, Is applied. Tills checks waving lotion action and fixes the hair fiber In its new curled fashion. The self -neutralizing process Involves applying waving lotion to the hair In the same manner. But in those kits there 's no. separate neu tralizing chemical. A clear water rinse removes the excess waving lo fr-rence between neutrallzer and self-neutrallzer In a home permanent wave? The first thing to know la triathlon In some kits. Another'brand there Is no such thing as a home! | lns an | nerrc dlont which helps stop permanent wave without a neutral- the act | on nt (he waving lotion and l'/.er, according to iMiuily scientists. I does not require a water rinse. In The ni'Utralb.iw agent is necessary; |, oth instances the hair neutralizes because it Is the feature in the j during the drying period. It long and lasting, they say. In the I Home P"™"™ 1 »«™ manufac- home permanent waving neutralize Die wave yourself or let the automatic process do it for you, lotion may be solrrtel on the ba- wave that locks the curl In, making j | turers have individualized lotions in this can take place either chemical! i!!^™^ y ! m I S l. v ^!^.^ daughters, Lynett this morning for and, left Memphis, and NALC Auxiliary Conducts Meeting Members of the Ladies Auxiliary of NALC gathered at the home o] Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky.Jit 7:30 Tues day for a business and social meeting. Following the pledge of nlleKl- ance to the- Has?, Mrs. Paul Burks, n dfilesate to the state convention in LUlle Rock lust week, gave fl report on the convention, In business, tentative plans were made to invite the state convention to meet In Blytheville next yenr. A social period following the business, and refreshments were served by Vhe hostess. Coming Events Thursday Mrs. W. Leonard Smith \s hostess to members of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club for potluck luncheon. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson entertains both GEO find GIB Clubs at her home. La Neuve Club meets with Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble, Mrs. B. A, Lynch Is hostess to members of the Mid-Week Club. Mrs. W. E, Cherry Is has less to members of the TLE Club. Mary Marina Cluss of the First Baptist Church has 7:30 p. m. meet- ng with Mrs, Adolph Helnlcke with Mrs. C. S. Bagfjctt. as co-hostess. Deborah Class of the First Bap- .ist Church has 7 p. m. potluck supper with Mrs. .W. E. Buchnnon t 1005 North Sixth. Friday Dorcass Ctoss of the First Bnptist Ihurch has 2:30 p. m. meeting .with E. M. Eaton and Mrs. Charles New- :omb hostess nt, the church. Vendredi Bridge Club inecl? with Mrs. Snnford Tomlimon at the Razorback Friday nipht. Monday Mrs, J. C. Lowe presents pin no! students nt the HiRh .School nudl-1 toriuni nt 8 p. in., with beginning j and junior students pnrtiripatinp Several advanced students also will piny. Tuesday Mrs. J. C. Lowe presents piano students at HiRh School auditorium Birmingham, Ala., where they will visit friends and relatives, Mrs. M. Flt&slmmons is spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Smith of Long Bc:ich, Calif,, have been the Ruests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T, Moon and Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son, Jerry, Mrs. G. o. Pont?, and daughter, Glenda Lcc, are to be in Memphis tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Patton of Jone.shuro spent the day with his mother, Mrs. H. C. Patton, before going to Florida and Cuba, whore they will spend a two weeks' vacation. Anita Wroten McWaters joined Langston of DoKalb, in Jackson, Miss,, and they drove to Long Beach, Calif., where they will spend the summer as guests of Mrs. Langston's sister. Mrs. Annie T. McWJlllams. in Long Beach, Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Price and sons, James and Bobby, are expected to arrive home this week end from Battle Creek, Mich., where they have been the guests of friends and relatives Tor the past week, Mrs. Ott Mullins and daughters, Betty Ann nnd Jan, will leave tonight for Magnolia, Ark., where Mrs. MuJIins has been called because of the critical illness of her brother - in - law, Walker Jackson. They will be joined by other relatives in Monticello, Ark. Miss Shirley King, E. B. Gee and Marlon-Smith arrived home yesterday from University of Arkansas to spend the summer with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King, Mr. and Mrs, E, B, Gee and Mrs. Jewel Smith. Mi's. Ted Howscr and three daughters left today for Kansas Uy, where they will join Mr. How- M 1 mid mnke their home. Pat Burks and Perry Rothrock arrived home yesterday from Fay- ettcville where they attend Univcr- ity of Arkansas, to spend the stunner with thiMv parents, Mr and Mrs. Eddie Burks and Mr. and Mrs. C. RothroL-k. ly or naturally as the hair dries HrHHiia^r'sjr/^^i's?^ -" - . „, | If your hair is normal, a perfect ,lr., of Fort Hood, Tex., announce | pcrmiment may Uc acn i cved with „ the birth of a son, at the hospital j ro?u lar kit in most instances. Gen- Drop The Term 'Boy Crazy' In Parent-Child Talk The term "boy crazy," is one that parents would do well to drop from their vocabularies in dealing with their teen-age daughters. Over and over again that term appears In letters from girls who feel their parents don't understand them. Such girls write: ''My parents yell 'boy crazy' at me every time I try to talk to them about dating." Or they accuse: "I'm NOT boy crazy. My parents just don't want me to have the fun and good times dating and going to dances that all the other girls have." Let's take a good, hard look at the term "boy crazy.' What does It Ruth Mllletl . - , ................. .............. — ... -.,.. . in Fort Hood on May 21. I hey iilro ; t ] e i lome permanent waves may be i mean anyhow? Does It signify that have a daughter, Deborah, who is ( ), nt j j or color-treated or damaged ...... four. MaJ. Thompson left port Hood i hair. There are home permanent for service in Japan on May 31, and Mrs. Thompson and family wih join him when permitted. waves available for every type hair from the hard-to-wave tresses to a girl likes boys and wants them to like, her; that boys have suddenly become very important in her thinking; that she would like to have a healthy hair. There are waves for I boy friend of her own; that she Mrs. W. A. Blankenship has re- children, and some exclusively for turned to her home in Little Rock [ sih ' r ' r curls ' after a two week's visit with her ! descriptions son, H. C. Blankensiiip, and family. Mrs, Rena Faucett and granddaughter, Gloria Lynn Faucett, of Los Angeles. Calif., are the guests of Mrs. E. M. Eaton. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, and Mrs. John Tyrone. Mrs. Byron Nail and Mrs. John John Tyrone will motor to Ravenden Springs. Ark., this week, end and will be accompanied home by their sons, Jack Nail, and Jimmy and David Tyrone, who hnve spent this week at the Baptist Royal Ambassador Camp there. Mrs. Florence Crawford has been admitted to the Walls Hospital for treatment. She is In Room Jo Ann Hickmon of Brinkley, Ark., has arrived to spend the summer months with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gray of Gosnell. Billy Glass has arrived home to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass, after receiving his discharge from the Air Force at Fort Ben- nlng, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitehorn of Memphis have returned to their home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass. Mrs. John E. Clouse and children, Marsha and Chip, of Griffin, Ga., are the guests of Mrs. Clouse's aunt, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mr. Woodson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill announce the birth of their first child at Walls Hospital Tuesday. The daughter has been named Teresa Lynn. Mrs. Hill was before her marriage Miss Bonnie Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ball. Mr. Hill is the son of Mr. and Study directions and 311 the boxes of your favorHe brands before selecting your home permanent wave. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Elmer Southard, city, W. C. Pliinkett. city. Mrs. D, H. H earns be rger, city Anna Leo Piddle, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charley Stevens and babj city. Bonnie Carson, city. Roger Johnson, city. Mrs. Georgia Custis and baby city. . Gregory Higglnbothnm, city. Clarence Wilson, city. Mrs. Edward Evans and city. baby Mrs. Felix Hill. Mrs. Harold Thompson. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyett, Jr., and daughter, Marsha Lynn, were in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. H. C. Bush, who has been visiting in East Tennessee for the past 10 days, arrived home last night, accompanied by her son, Allan Bush, a student at University MaJ. nntl Mrs. L. G. Thompson, i of Tennessee. Legion Auxiliary Conducts Meejting Members of the American Legion Auxiliary met at the Hut Tues evening (or a semi-monthly business session, presided over by Mrs Speck McGregor, president. Plans were made for a breakfast to be given next Thursday at the American Legion Hut from f> to 10 a.m. Proceeds will go toward sending delegates to the Little Rock convention in August. : It was announced that Mrs. H. C. Blankenshtp will motor delegates to Girl's State at Little Rock Saturday. A fleet admiral Is the naval officer corresponding to a five-star general. Such an admiral also wears five stars. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. nnd 4 p.m. for JIHz & Roxy ' Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. smart, practical wardrobes; gift pat- witl j intermediate nnd advanced , ., , , „. students being featured. Several be- tern printed inside the book 2 3j gjnnf , rs um play flrst on the prQ _ cents . I gram. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK NOW SHOWING! TODAY and FRIDAY Adults 75c Children 35c 'pE LAND BEYOND IMAGINATION - WHERE ADVENTURE NEVER ENDS! 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents! THURSDAY & FRIDAY The story of a man who was too proud to run I RELEASED THRU UNI1ED ARTISTS ALSO CARTOON & COMICDY VVi"g your w»y lo Nwr Land wiili it* wondrous Pirates, Indians mi Mermaids! As long as you live you'll never forget il! W£t Disney!s PETER fi^VN^ TECHNICOLOR BOBBY MISCOU H teVcHH at Pttw CopyrflM Wilt Clint; prMutlioni Dillfi6u!«5 ftf ftKO fUdio Pltluttt, !<*«. re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At AI) Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature .^ /WIDOW QUIHN-iom MK-UDIU me — PLUS — "REVOLT OF THE ZOMBIES" A Horror Thriller Also Cartoon FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Queen Of The 1 Wild West Show!! »* PfiESTON FOSTER-MELVYN DOUGLAS —PLUS— "BEAR COUNTRY" A Wolf Disney True-Life Adventure * Serial: Gang Musters Cartoon: Kock-A-Uve Hour life without dating is dull ard boring? If that sums it up, isn't being "boy crazy" ont crazy at all, but just the normal way for a girl who i is growing: into womanhood to feel and think? And if it is perfectly normal and natural why should parents fear and resent it, and cheapen it by labeling i it "boy crazy"? When they do, they build a wall of misunderstanding between themselves and their daughters. "Don't tell me to have a talk with my parents. I can't talk to them, i They just tell me I'm boy crazy," writes a 17-year-old whose parents refuse to let her go out with boys. And so these girls seek help from j outsiders. They can't discuss a nat- ' ural. normal emotion with their parents because their parents already have the answer for it. "Boy crazy." , Any parent who wants his daugh- ' ter's complete confidence and trust should avoid that term whenever : dating is discussed. j Save Pin Curls For Homework By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Career girls, don't you agree that; something shoddy is done to a girl's i 'ooks when she makes a beaut par-< lor of her desk? Girls who wear, pin curls, even when supposedly hidden under a kerchief, apply nail' oolish, or in any other way attend ' :o their grooming at their desks, are ', doing their looks no favor. | It Is, after all, not only the final | .repression one makes after beauti- 'ying thafc counts. It's how well we keep these things hidden. A. glamorous eirl never brings her groom- ng routines out in the open. She ui Impcwrion of b«tnf ttfort- lovely. Furthermore thli office primping detracts from the attractive feminine atmosphere that career girls, in a crisp, refreshing way, can bring to the offices In which they work. Each career girl who does it contributes to the dissolution of this atmosphere. By all meane, keep a« complete a beauty kit as you need at your | office. But when you-re ready to use It, take It to (he ladlw' Pin curl«, however, are bMt 4on« at home, since you can't §t«y lent enough In the ladles' room for them to dry. LITTLE L/Z— It's a real art to be able to lie fast enough to get out of an invitation to a picnic. *H£Ao Guaranteed Watch Repair $3.50 Special Your watch Is dlsassem- oled, cleaned, pivots polished and hair-spring adjusted. Chronographs and automatics not Included. 3 Day Service Thompson L^reclit JEWELER Next Door to Wade Furn. Lots of Time to Play NOW Youngsters need the companionship and attention of a loving mother . . . someone to have fun and play with through these important formative years. That's why many young mothers prefer to send their laundry to us, to have more hours of fun and relaxation with the children . . . trusting our reputation for beautiful, sanitary wash. LAUNDRY - CLEANERS What a parade of "flood* for tha sunshine season! Conni* Lo-H«eleri wilh all iht gaiety of a carnival... oil with airspun foam cushion iniolts thai make you feel at if you'r* walking on cotlon candy! Smoothnt whit* leather with such vnart fvaturti a« nylon m«th trim w milon straw braid... torn* with light-footed crop* solcil _ Jumbo valuBt you'll agree ... and the price it SO nlcel 5 95 Z.95 andO SHOE SERVICE 421 W Main Phnnt

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