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PAGE FOUR m.YTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1958 Society newt, Pat Mullins, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Baltimore Guests Complimented At Several Events this Week End A series of four events given this week end have complimented Mr. »nd Mrs. A. B. Cunningham of Baltimore, Md., during their visit with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conwav. They arrived last Thuri y and were complimented at the .ne of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchins with a dinner that evening, followed by informal entertainment. Spring flowers provided decoration in the Houchins home. Friday evening they attended the picnic given at the E. B. Oee home. Jor members of the PEO Sisterhood and their husbands. On Saturday evening they were honored at the Country Club by Mr .and Mrs. Conway with a din- Mrs.Godfrey White and daughter Miss Ann White, all of (Da-cola, and Oscar Connell of Clarksdale, Mifs. Party cames provided the evening's entertainment. The Godfrey Whites entertained with a luncheon Sunday at their Osceola home, where they also spent the afternoon. Last night they were mii'sts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bits of News Mrs. R. L. Maxwell and daughter, Miss Clarice MnxweJl, have returned from Durham, N. C., where Miss Maxwell received her bachelor at science degree in Medjcal Technology at the University of South Car- En route homo, they visited mi. iiwiKi. " - • -• i Qjjija, £ji come nome, nicy VJSHC Leech for a supper party. .-.priiiR j r< , lallv( . s ami fricnds in Du ri lixm an ftowcrs decorated the rooms in h p() s c which they were entertained infor- „ J „ „,.,„. ,.. ....... Mr ,(UIU All 3, "^UllVinj V.II.H a %*«»- \,uvi('"v. ner. Among the guests were Mr. and | Wednesday. mally. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little are to be host and hostess tomorrow for dinner complimenting the Maryland couple. They plan to return home University Club Is Entertained Among the hosts for a dance given at Hotel Noble Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines. More than 80 members and guests of the University Dance Club attended the event, which was given iu the Mirror Room. Following an evening of dancing, an assortment of party foods was served. White candes in silver candelabra provided light for the refreshment table, which held as a centerpiece, a large silver compote brimming with spring flowers Spring flowers were placed also at vantage points throughout the room Layette Shower Given in Home Bernard E. Bujarskl. Jr., received a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from University of Colorado at Boulder. Miss Sunshine Swift returned Saturday trom a visit with her sls- ter-ln-law, Mrs. F. D. Swift, In RUE- lon, La. Among the spring graduates of Arizona State College of Tempe was Anita June Stircs, 309 North Fifth, Blythcville, who received a bachelor of arts degree in education. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stircs. Among those Blythevilli? residents attending the bridge tournament in. A beautiful look for the beach is achieved by these cirls with ; jewelry (center). It's made of white straw, woven Into flower LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. 0. DRIVER layette shower given at the home of Mrs. Stnnton Pepper with Mrs. Lyman Benson as co-hostess. -. Pink and blue, provided the color | Memphis are Mrs. W, D. Chamblin, scheme which was used thromih- | Mrs - Kusxel! Phillips. Mrs. E. B. Gee, out the entertaining rooms. The j Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, Mrs. Jim honorec's chair was marked with I Uolcson. In a prosm-sive game Saturday, with Individual scoring, Mrs. Gee won second, Mrs. McCutchen third, Mrs. Rolcson fifth, and Mrs. Duplicate Bridge Games to Begin Beginning Wednesday'' at 1:30 p.m. duplicate bridge games are to played at Rustic Inn each Wednesday afternoon through June. July and August. Sponsored by Blytheville Country Club Duplicate Bridge League, the games are to be directed by Mrs. C. C. Councille for players who lime played party bridge and are interested in learning to play duplicate bridge. AH bridge players are eligible, with games held not exclusively for Country Club members. Several regular duplicate bridge players are to be present at each meeting and will assist Mrs. Councille in instructing. a puff of pink and blue .satin. Winners in party games were Mrs. George Casskly and Mrs. Harry Lawsnn. Mrs. lulus Davis of St. Louis was an out-ol-lown Muest. Coming Events Jenkins sixth. Enhance Tan With Exotic New Jewelry On the beach this summer you single flowers for the ears. can emphasise your beauty with j Shells of oysters, clams accessories every bit as fetching as j snails are brightly ennmele " worn for the most evenings. Girls will be wearing exotic jewelry on the l.(?;tch, made from tarnish-proof materials, feather- light in weight. Unlike the pieces D. L. Bailey left yesterday foi Pe- | jewelry won't make you feel like orin, II!.,. to spend a week ns the '— " '"" -' "" '•"• ! guest of Melton Sylvester. Howcll Boyd, who atcnded University of Nebraska, left there for Monday Missionary Union of Picnic Is Given For D. L Bailey D. L. Bailey, who is to report June 24 for the army, wns entertained Sunday afternoon at Walker Park by his family and several friends with a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Bailey, his parents, were host and hostess for the occasion, which wns attended by 12 guests. They spent the afternoon informally, nnd lajer the honoree left for Peoria, 111., to visit friends for ft week. Summer Frosting — '^r- o. IK 8980.^12-20 I I By Sue Burnett A delightfully new and different- looking frock for warm weuthcr that's as fresh as can be. Neat and collarless, with sprays of flowers worked in simple embroidery. Pattern No. 8980 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12. 14, 18, 18, 20. Size 14, 4V4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, .Mze desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION lor '53, spring and summ It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes, gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair All Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3406 or 9734 the First Baptist churr-h meet for 1 p.m. covered dish luncheon followed by 2 p.m. business and Royal Service program at the church. Mrs. Hubert Srymore Is hostess to nicnilirrs of the Kiitle HatLoti Young Women's Auxiliary of (lie First Baptist, Church. Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the church. Members ol 1 the Women of the Firnt Presbyterian Church meet In circles at the homes of members as follows: Circle One with Mrs. R. F. Kirshner with Mrs. H. TT Kkicl as co-hostess at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Tw(o with Mrs. Gordon Harris at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Throe with Mrs. M, F. Day Sr., with Mrs, Herman Oden as co-Iiostcss at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Four with Mrs, H. H. Houchins fit 2:30 p.m.; Circle Five with Mrs. Dick Shanks wiUi Mrs. Max Walters as co-host ess ,nt 8 p.m.; and Circle Six with Mvs. D. B. Mclllwafn at 8 p.m. Business Women's Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church have meeting fit the home of Mrs. Idell Lowe at .012 Lilly, nt 7:30 p.m. All Circles of the Altar Society of Catholic Church of Immaculate Conception have final general meeting of the season at the school at 2:30 p.m. Faith Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of First, Christian Church has meeting with Mrs. J. A. Luckelt with Mrs. .1. C. Kllis, progam lender nt 2 p. m. Mrs. J. O. Ellis, Jr.. is hostess to tho Hope group with Mrs. Frank Brown ns program leader at 2 p. in. Tuesday knights of Columbus has 7:30 p.m. meeting nt the Catholic School building for election of officers. Thursday UDC has 12:30 p.m. luncheon at tho Rustic Inn with Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. I. O. WeM brook, Mrs. G. O. Poctz, Mrs. S. E. Webb. Mrs. R. A- Beirymnn ns hostesses, A business meeting is to follow. FidfHs Class of the First Baptist Giuireh has m trims at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Fred L. Boyctt Sr., nt 501 South Lake. Norfolk, Va., Friday, and will .sail on the XJSS Macon this week for two { month's cruise to points in South America as part of NROTC training. He will return to filythevllle August 1 and will vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Boyd before returning to and and festive strung ut\ coral or gold chains. You'll need something at the beach for occasional cover-up, so why riot investigate the new cotton jersey stoles and squares and terry cloth stoles and bolero shrugs? One terry cloth stole is deeply fringed with a cape-shaped back and bis pockets m front, decorative. They have an extreme- ly important function at the beach . be ruined forever by continual in- 1 of hiding your skin from the sun cautious sunning, if you aren't naturally dark. On a fair girl, a tan may be actually only a few degrees removed from a burn. Con„ _ „. _... spicuous capillaries, freckles and It's up to the users of these creams ! white spots, coarse pores, crows- to take their sun gradually, he-.j feet and deep lines and wrinkles ginning with a few minutes at a | may result over a number of Experts say that even the best sunburn preventive creams and lotions mustn't be entirely relied on. Here's How To Take Care I Of that Graduation Luggage at 1617 school. Mrs. H. L. Hunter will return this week from Fork Union Military Academy, Va., where she Is a housemother, She will spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Louise Hill. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Cobb find sons. Davis and Danny, were in Joncsboro yesterday for the dedication of the new First Christian Church. Miss Elizabeth Colcman left yes- tcrdny for Los Angeles to spend the summer with her aunt, Mra. Troy House. She was accompanied to Memphis by her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Bradley Colcmnn, and her grandpa rents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Em- mctt Collins. Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Bailey were in Conwny yesterday and were accompanied home by their daughter, Miss Carol Ann Bailey, a student at Henclrix College. For I lie past week she has been counselor at a Methodist Youth Camp near Green Briar. Mr. nnd Mrs. S, Mosley have BS their gurfits their son, Hershell Mos- Jey, Mrs. Mosley and children of La Grange, Gn., for n week's visit. removing it because of the heat. You won't wear the jewelry, of cour.se. while you're acquiring a tan. Once well toasted, however. you can wear it without fear of white marks. Your choice is wide. There's a new "gold" metal that is worn In great masses and looks huge and j AI> Ne'vsfnatures i washed In a moment with soap and bulky but you'll scarcely feel it I It you are planning a vacation,! water. So can the new traveling gar- ' don't wait until the last minute to ment bags which usually are made of canvas or duck, waterproofed with a rubber backing. Even leather can be washed with a minimum of trouble. Wipe the plastic or aluminum luggage first with a soapy cloth, then with a clean damp one. Dry carefully nnd polish the surface with a soft dry cloth. Follow that with a thorough waxing and buffing, and you'll find it's even easier to wash next time. The traveling garment bag takes to the same suds-sponging and wiping routine, also. H there are stubborn spots, use a soft, soapy brush. Light colored rawhide which stains easily may be renewed beautifully by washing. Be skimpy with water when you clean other leathers, however. Rely on thick soapsuds alone to do the job. Rub the lather briskly into the leather and let tt set for a few minutes over particularly difficult stains. Wipe with a summers. So. tan if you can. but be very These cover-ups are more than cautious for the sake of complex- Vour complexion, especially, may i ion beauty. time. The fairer you are, the more cautious you must be. It comes In earrings, bracelets and necklaces or adorns a bathing cap. This metal can't tarnish, so wear It in swimming and in your shower, If you like. You can have exotic mother-of- pearl Jewelry imported from the Mediterranean. It's cut to resemble the shining animal-teeth cha.rms worn by African natives. consider your Some vacationers shop for months preparing the wardrobe for the big splurge nt their vacation resort, and then when they are all set to pack they discover their luggage looks pretty shabby. Luggage should be kept sparkling clean, not only for the White enamel decorates expan- cntion each >' ear ' but for mtle enler bracelets and earrings two Into flower Inches In diameter. Straw is woven wreaths for neck and wrists and At tbe Hospitals Blylhcville Hospital Viola Young, city. Jiiftnlta Crnig. city. Mrs. C. H. Turner nnd baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed'. Mrs. N. H. Littleton, Manila. Mrs. D. L. VanCleve, Jonesboro, J. P. Haulcum, city. Mrs. Florence Crawford, city. 4 W. J. Willlnpham, city. Mrs. Rex Griffin, city. Read Courier News Classified Ads. You cnn sponge soil .from your j mattress if you can set it in a strong breeze or in front, of an i electric fan for quick drying. i AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Riiz & Roxy Program Announcements, II a.m. nnd 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. LAST TIMES TODAY GABLE TIERNEY Also Paramount News & Cartoon CAN REDUCE 1 to 3 INCHES and 5 IBS. or MORE IN 5 DAYS COURSE INClUDES-E*p C nfi 3 FRM GUEST VISIT-Y MACIEVY SAtON for a fr«* 9 u*u d«m- anolyiil. No (hargt, nor obligation $<• how urtiighlly bulg*! vonitli and un- | wofi1«rf poundt diiappiar. • RESULTS GUARANTEED I CHARLEY'S - HKAUTY SHOP Crmiph-lely Air foiHliliiiiii-d lllfi N. !l(h Si. In Clrv. fillip Ailil. Crmrlfy .luhnson—Kuth Hrrkcr I'luino 25til RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Hoyt Brown & Family Mr. & Mrs. Charles Brogdon & Family Mr. & Mrs. Claude G. Briley & Family Miss Betty Prcsnell TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY «A PICTURES STAHIEY KRAMER'S THE IT'S ALL ABOUT WHAT EVERYBODY THINKS ABOUT! Rency trips as well. Clean it immediately alter your return from a trip, and chances are you win not have the problem of Imbedded grime when you take off next time. Plastic coated luggage and lightweight aluminum luggage can be Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained u marriage license in the office of the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Elythe Parker: William James Kester of Leachville and Miss Alice Underwood of Manila. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times clean damp cloth, then buff the surface with flannel or some other material. Waxing after cleaning is especially good for leather. Most new overnight cases have washable plastic linings and these or the silk, cotton, rayon or linen linings are easy to keep clean. First brush away or vacuum out loose specks o! sand, powder, and dirt from pockets and corners. Then spread on meringue-thick soapsuds and work, itno fabric with a stiff brush. Rinse with a cloth wrung of. Some men worship a girl from ofar—and when you see her at close range, It's no wonder. »HIA» RoieUes Entertain Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rozellls en. tertalned their three table bridge club with a dinner party at their country home Saturday night. Mrs. John Ford and Russell Bowen were prize winners in the games following. Personals Mrs. J. I. Mifflin and Mrs. Elmer Hall left Sunday for Jonesboro where they will enroll for the summer term at Arkansas State College, beginningMonday. Billy Ray Tucker left recently for Gary, Ind., where he will spend the summer with his brother. Gene, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jobe Victory of Lufkin, Texas, were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Victory for several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Driver, Jr. were in Memphis Thursday and Friday, where Mr. Driver received his master of arts degree from Memphis State College. Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Montgomery of Pascagoula, Miss., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Majors. Little Rock business visitors last week included Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Olive, Ray Whitmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brownlee. Mrs. Julia B. Owen returned home Friday from a month's vacation visit with her daughter. Miss Marilyn Owen, in San Francisco, Calif. G. A, George and Sam Meadows, Jr., were Texas business visitors last week. Miss Nora A^nn Jackson left Saturday for Little Rock where she will attend Girls' State as a joint Rotary-Legion Auxiliary delegate. Mrs: H. C. Davidson of Greenville, Aliss., is a visitor in the home of her mother, Mrs. R. J. Gillespie. Hay, put up under favorable weather conditions without rain, may contain 18 to 21 per cent protein; the same hay, if damaged by rain, may contain only 11 per cent Drotein. clean water and put the open suitcase in an airy place to dry. It is best not to store luggage where it will be exposed to extreme temperalures or dampness. Heat dries natural oils in leather r/ut also stiffens plastic. Dampness encourages mold, mildew and warping. \fCool-Atd\ TRUY6PKGS...SAW-T Last Times Tonite RYAN OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! with WARD BONO • CHARtES KEMPE« EXTRA! 2 Cartoons LAST TIMES TONITE TUES- WED Double Feature craciH D/ivro i ROGERS -NIVEN r -' CHABU3 COBUBN ' HANK MBER1SOH \ IE. CUVI —PLUS— ALMilMB-BEBOEfflKEffi CMilLESBTO-CORIHHECJiLYET i ALSO METRO NEWS TUBS- WED -THURS Double Feature G1NGII CHAim MARILYN ' GRANT'ROGERS-COBURN'MONROE ., HOWARD HAWKS' Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. John Mayes and Family Mr. & Mrs. II. W. MulHns and Family Mrs. Knlhcrine Swcancy Mr. & Mrs. Mnrlin A. Trlnklc and Family ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents CTADTC TIICCnAVI TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY STARTS TUESDAY! THURS-FRI-SAT; "MIGHTIEST OF MOTION PICTURES; CECIL B.DEMILLFS j; tort and Directed lyCECO.DtlllE tenplsf by He M, Funk Hani Lyndon mi teto SI. Iota • Sloiy by fediic M. Frank, More Si. Mn tut M Canell A PARAMOUNT PICTURE .

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