The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 22, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BT.YTI-rKVTLLE (ARK.) COOTTCK NEWS rows «t, oce ety, P»t Mullins, Society Editor / Phon* 4461 93 Missco People Attend ASC Summer Session * Ninety-three students from Mis- •isslppl County are among the 1,100 students now attending the first summer session at Arkansas Slate College, Jonesboro, B. V. Welstcr. ASC registrar, announced today. Included from this counly are Lena Allen, Mrs. Jean Ashabranner, 11, Norma Ashabranner, Wandara C. Burgett, Mrs. Mildred E. Berryman, Neva Blackard, Alice Jean Brackett, Mrs. Ethel Byrd, Tancil Caldweli, Lois V. Caery, Tlielma Louise Cathey, Lynn Cox. Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford, John Edward Chiles, Nola Jeane Cuter Mrs. R. C. Daniels, Beulah Davis, Lela Marie Dugger, Elva Hodges Dejarnette, Billy Davidson, Delia Deaton, Ella Mae Dixon, Bill Eskridge, Frieda Fincher, Billie Glyn Hackworth, David Hackworth, Elma Hall, Mrs. Pauletta Hardy. Winfred Hardy, Mamie Griffin, Robert Floyd, Minnie Foster. Roy Allen Garner, Kathryn Grable, An ta Joan Horner, Wayne Talmadg Holt, Mary Sue Holt, Jerry Hoi Mrs. Mary Harrison, Lois Haigwooi Clyde Hilll, Betty Harber, Sara Ed ward Jones, Elsie Johnson, Rebec ca Mae Johnston. Bonnie Jean Johnson. Charle Johnson, Dale Jones, Mrs. F. F Lucius, Hazel Lee, Thomas Marshal Bertha Kate Mobley, Clara M. Mif flin, Otis W. McCormick, Denni Mullen. Betty Miles, Mrs. Marjorl Mall, Remona Needham, Ina Jea Needham, Marguerlta Owen, Belt Dates, Mrs. Emily Dates. Alleta Priest, Jewell Poag, Mrs Raymond Powers, Myrtle Pearson Ray Joseph Price, Freddie Powell Flora Inez Pillow, Juliette Rossie Carrold Ray, James Dalton Rogers Sunshine Swift, Harlan Starr. Lillle Gidcomb Sharp, Jesse Thomas Simpson, Maxlne Flora Steele, Lucille Simpson, Pollyam Stewart, Ruth Harris Sullivan Bettye Taylor, Bobble Jean Threlkeld, Mildred Ann Tucker, Euby Hell Wagnon, Ceclle Whlttcn, Mrs B. B. Wilson. BiDie J. Wetherington, Opa Ward, Jackie White, Jeanine Wright, Willie C. Whitney, and Mrs, Fred Wahl. Guests Honored At Dance Party Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smylhe complimented their housegucsts, Mr. and Mrs. Lindscy Gunn of Bakersfield, Calif.. Saturday evening at Hotel Noble with a party. More than 60 guests attended the affair which was given In the hotel's Mirror Room. Other out-of- town guests were from Memphis and Dell. A long table, laden with party foods and iced drinks, was centered with an oblong arrangement of painted daisies In pastel colors, flanked by silver candelabra holding burning white tapers. The guests spent the evening in danring, menu and informal entertain- Duplicate Bridge League Has Meet Members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League met at Hotel Noble Saturday afternoon for the weekly bridge games, conducted by O. S. Crovell. Winners of the, five table movement played were Mrs. Prank Grigs- fry and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, first place; Mrs. O. W. McCulchen nnri Mrs. Russell Phillips, second place; and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Foy Etchieson, third place. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses in the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Johnny Landrum and Miss Shirley Kennedy, both of Blytheville. W. A. Kemper and Miss Erma Webb, both of Blytheville. Club Conducts Meeting Mrs. W.A. Hollingsworth was hos tess at her home last week to mem bers of the Yesteryear Club fo their monthly all-day meeting. Luncheon was served from the dining room table, which held central design of garden flowers. A business meeting was conductec during the afternoon, when members voted to disband throughout the summer, meeting again in October with Mrs. W. A. stickmon. Bits of News ff/otti l^crAonai Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison and grandson, Danny O'Uannon, and J. in Hulls, Tenn., ,nd Mrs. J. P. Farrell Two Couples Share Honors Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Dross of St Petersburg, Pla., and Mr. and Mrs J. Lindsey Gunn of Bakersfield Calif., shared honors Friday night at the E. A. Stacy home In Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy entertained with a cocktail party honoring the couples. Guests were entertainec Informally throughout the evening The dining room, which held a bouquet of calla lilies in a profusion of greenery, flanked by burning white candles, held trays of hors d'op.uvres and assorted party foods. Calla lilies with foliage and white candles were carried out throughout the entertaining rooms. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. A. Jackson, city. Mrs. J. J. Weaver, city. Elvis Wayne Morris, city, Roberta Gilbert. Rives, Mo. J. E. Reams, Manila. Antona Hernandez, Armorel, Charles Golbralch. stcele. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Robert Adams, city. Mrs. L. F. Edder, Bassclt. Miss Clara Belle Kinton, city. Charles Booker, city. Mrs. Martha Black, city. Mrs. Lawrence Hill, city. Mrs. Mark Anderson, city. Mrs. S. D. Bray, city. Margie Beard, city. Mrs. Charles Wood and baby, Ity. It's Delicious It's Different If's "FROSTY" D. Via were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Via over the xveek end. They were accompanied home by Nancy Via. who will remain for several days. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Regenold and daughter ol FayeUeville were here for the week end with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Resenold. Mi-. Rfigenotd is attending summer session at University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams announce the birth of a son, their first child, Friday at Walls Hospital. He has been named Michael Wayne Williams. Mrs. Williams was before her marriage, Miss Sue Simpson. Norris Moon of Evansville, fnd., arrived yesterday to visit hi.s father, J. Norris Moon, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon, and his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black have returned from a three weeks' vacation spent at Ormond Beach, Fla. Mrs. Orleans for several days to be the guest* of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson tpent the week end in Wynne. Ark., where they were the guests of Mrs. Roleson's parents, Mr. and Mri. J. H. Fisher. Mrs. S. 5. Patterson, Mrs. E. R. Mason and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway left today for a week at Petit Je,an Mountain, where they will attend the Woman's Institute fo the Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey had as their guests yesterday, Mr. Bailey's mother, Mrs. Latta B. Bailey and hifi sister Osceola News By BETTVE NELLE STAR* Bridge Club Meet* Mrs. Jop Hale was hosteis to her Friday Bridge Club and two guests Mrs. Spencer Driver and Mrs. Georgia Williamson of Memphis, who is visiting her nephew, Fred Jacobs, and family. Mrs. CoDIe Hoslesa Mrs. Lalah Coble was hostess to Ola Willford suffered stroke Friday and was taken to Walls Hospital, where her condition Is reported to be critical. She is the mother of Mrs. Leon Schercr J. F. Waguespack of New Orleans, La., was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conny Moclinger and children yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llpford and children, Sandra and Lindell, returned yesterday from two weeks vacation spent in Michigan, and In Tennessee and Texas where they visited relatives. Their children remained In New Boston, Tex., where they are guests of their aunt and uncle, Lt. and Mrs. Burl Boyd for several weeks. Byron Moore, Jr., was accepted for the Apollo Boys Choir Camp Avon, Conn., and was driven to Memphis Saturday by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moore, Sr. He :lew to New York where he was met >y Mrs. Coleman Cooper who drove ilm to Avon. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee were In Texarkana this week end for the Arkansas Amateur Golf Tournament. They returned home last night. Gary Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason, left Friday for ROTO Camp at San Angelo, Tex., where he be at Goodfellow Air Force Miss Nancy Hughes o.f Memphis was here for the week end with her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Mrs. P. J. Lauman and children, r lmmy and Maude of Bristol, Va., .re spending two weeks with her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vlodlngcr. Mr. Lauman will arrive next week to visit for several clays, after which they will go to New Mrs. L. D. Lacock, and I her , our uble brldge club Thur . Mr. Lacork of Puxico, Mo. Also vis- 1 day Fresh rasp berry parfaits were Itins; the Baileys Is her mother, scrved preceding the bridge games. Mrs. ines Kickard of Grayvllle. 111. Mrs Joe Crome r and Mrs. Kate They all came epeclally to be with ! Kale were gucsts . Magnolia bios- Airman 1/c Howard E. Bailey, who i , oms W ere „,;„, ln pro , uslon is home on leave from Stewart Air Force Base. Newburgh, N. y. | Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg, Mrs Guy \ Newcomb. all of Osceola and Mrs. i George Roland Green of Blytheville attended the wedding and reception of Miss Virginia Ann Lockhart to Joe Mpwman Wnitworth at Camden, Tenn.. yesterday. Mrs. Conny Modinger, Jr., and throughout the house. Mrs. Coble was assisted by he rgranddaughter in serving. Mrs. J. H. Hook won high score, Mrs. Jop Hale, low and Mrs. Harry Driver won bridge. Mrs. Coleman Entertains Mrs. Charlie Coleman entertained Her Tuesday night Club for supper at the 50 Club. Mrs. Clyde Richards Mr, G. L. Waddelwas hostess to her Monday night bridge Club Her for Luhbock, Tex., where he will! , , spend four weeks in ROTC Camp nouseguest. Mrs. Charles Wickard 1 | of Little Rock played with the mem- at Ree?e Air Force Base. Mrs. V. M. Falres of Rawlelgh. N. | bei ' s C., has arrived to be the guest of i Mrs - Harry Matlock won high her mother anil Bisters, Mrs. R. I. Haley. Mr. and Mrs. C. Murray o"" P lace winncr score while Mrs. Wickard was sec- Smart, and anc Mr .and Mrs. Lloyd Visitor Honored Mrs. Joe Cromer and Mrs. Charlie Mr and Mrs. Mark Richards and ! Lowrance are entertaining their ' cousin, Miss Katherine Hargis, of Stickrnon and families. Mr. and Mrs. Mark R children. Mark, Russ and Brooks of: Unlontown, Ala. A number of parties have been given for Miss Hargis including those in Memphis as well as Osceola. Sunday night Mrs. W. C. Mason entertained in her honor with a buffet supper following a swimming party at the home of Mrs. J. B. Strlckling, Wednesday Mrs. Bill Cromer entertained with a luncheon at the 50 Club for the visitor. •geiT J Fr7day"at Dyer'aburg Several other affairs are being Bristol, Va., are the guests of Mrs. Richard's mother, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. They plan to spend several days in j St. Louis before Mr. Richards re- j turns to Bristol. Mrs. Richard and the children will remain for a longer visit. I Mrs. C. R. Gresham of Newbern, Tenn . who is a sister of Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, and a frequent visitor in Blytheville, underwent major sur; In the Bnird-Brewer Hospital. Miss Turner is with her. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hicks of Memphis spent yesterday here as the guest of Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, who is an aunt of Mrs. Hicks. i Janet I,eigh grooms her blonde beauty for a very natural appearance. She has thick eyebrows and , leaves them that way. She uses a small comb to keep them neat (left). A little eyebrow pencil ex! tends the line slightly upward at the ends. She uses a lubricating cream for sheen on her eyelids, j adding a trace of blue eyeshadow as a foil for her brown eyes. She chooses champagne-color wait/length gown with matching sandals for evening wear and finds the color bewitching with her light golden suntan (center). She uses a brush to arrange her locks (right), and finds they fall into plac*: - -~ ! 'v if she eives her hair a dailv sAt in dry pin-curls. -> Janet Leigh Keeps Natural Appearance Common Sense Way; Has Typically Looks planned during her 10-day visi here and at Driver. Personal* Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hyatt and OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! '«-»-»--»»»»•.•-----»-,••.•.»•.•.«---«--•«.,.••,..-»» LAST TIMES TONITE EVENTUNNIER THAN "The PALEFACE* ALSO TWO CARTOONS TUESDAY •& WEDNESDAY —PLUS— -ROBER-CABOT AUENI MOM* BOBERTS-KNOX UONWMMOr.niM „...,. RICHARD TODD— JOAN net Also Cartoon Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature .NORMA...M™, WARNER BROS —PLUS— UN ~ CDKSTMCE •DAIIEY- SMITH ALSO METRO NEWS TUBS - WED - TKURS Double Feature HOUIHO HUCHI S ONE MINUTE TO ZERO ROBtRT MITCHUH • ANN BUIH i< Emil IMIIIEt riiiMliii -PLUS— BELA LUGOSI -The EAST SIDE KIDS Coming Events Monday Circles of the First Baptist Church meet in Circles at 2:30 p.m. as follows: Circle One with Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, 1401 West Main; Circle '!\io wilh Mrs. C. W. Afflick, 203 North iOth.. Circle Three with Mrs. J. T. Westbrook at 1101 Hearn; Circle Pour with Mrs. Russell Marr: Circle Five with Mrs. Leslie Moore at 2517 West Rose; Circle Six with Mrs. W. E. Buchanan on North Highway 61 and Circle Seven with Mrs. Jodie Nabcrs at 518 West Main. Members ol the Katie Hatton YOUIIK Women's Auxiliary ol First Baptist Church have meeting at the home of Miss Millie Ann Mallory. Lake Street Methodist Church WSCS lins 8 p.m. meeting. Number Nine H"" 1 " Demonstration Club has meeting. Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has bridge and canasta party at Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Bay Harrison as hostess. Mrs. Harry Bogan Is hostess to members of the Octave Club. Miss Vivian Taylor entertains N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate League plays at the Club. Wednesday Beginners Duplicate B r j d g e League has alternoon meeting at Rustic Inn. Club Bight meets with Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Thursday Ladies Day at the Country Club has been set (or 1 p.m. beginning with luncheon followed by canasta and bridge games.,. TLE Club has meeting at the Ea-' zorback with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe as hostess. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the Hotel Noble. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and ^ p.m. for KHz i Boxy Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. LAST TIMES TODAY —PLUS— Paramount News and !^327rW?W0S^ (.mi, .Y i Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. George Johns Mr. & Mrs. Horace Walpole Mr. & Mrs. C. II. What ley & Family Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Wallace & Family By JANET LEIGH Written for NEA Service EDITOR'S NOTE: Pretty Janet Leigh possesses good looks that can be classed as typically American. In this exclusive NEA Ktory, he tells women how she has i program based on principles of eggs, fish and cheaper cuts of neat. With my steak. I always lave some variation of a tossed green salad. I don't need calisthenics and laven't dieted for years. A diet I learned once, when I did have to take off pounds, has been my standby ever since for keeping them off. It's a sensible, heavy-on- proteins - and - vitamins, light on - starches - and - fats diet. My dancing keeps my proportions right. Anyone knows that inadequate sleep can ravage the loveliest daughter, Ann, are in New York while Mr. Hyatt is attending the Ki- face, and that make-up allowed to remain lodged in the pores can ruin the skin. My approach to these basics, sleep and complexion care, is very serious. I allow nothing to interfere with my attention to both. You may have noticed that I change my hair style often. This is a necessity for a movie star, of course. I've had it every possible length and In every becoming style. Some of the styles I never dreamed would look well on me until I tried them. A girl doesn't have to be a movie star to .give renewed interest to achieved and held her beauty. It's common sense. She is starred in the forthcoming motion picture, "Houdinl." * * . "There's really nothing "secret" about my beauty routines. They're tried-and-true formulas that have worked for millions and work very well for me. You eat, you sleep, you clean up National Convention. They _ but| d ' ependlng on now these also will travel through the Eastern States. They will be away for two weeks. Mrs. A. P. Williams and granddaughter, Sandra Pollard, are spending two weeks in Latham, III., as guests of Mrs. Williams' son, Dr. Alfred Williams, and family. Mrs. H. J. Levenstein and family had ns their week end guests Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Williams and three daughters. Carolyn Paye, Diane and Janet of Throck Morton, Tex. Mrs. Curtis Is a daughter of Mrs. Levenstein. Tommie Ivy of Henderson, Tenn.. is visiting his uncle, Bruce Ivy and family. things are done, they can make good or bad beauty sense. One must constantly repair wear and tear on the body with proteins, the "building blocks." How much of these you need depends o_n how actiev a life you live, in a physical sense. But they are needed by everyone. My life Includes a great deal of rushing from one appointment to another, strenuous dancing, swimming and other sports. Therefore, I eat a protein-rich steak, every day. Since I've got to get my proteins and lots of them every day, why not enjoy myself doing it? If I weren't in a position to buy these steaks, I'd substitute cheese, her looks through a changed hair style. I would advise, however, that you find an expert to cut your hair and stick with him as long aa he gives you good service. The cut is the most important element in a pretty hair style. Before you have it done, you might experiment with different lengths and shapes this way: Work up a good soap lather and use it to push into the .nd pull your hair about semblance of different styles. You can get some idea this way of how you'll look in them and can talk Intelligently with your stylist. Eyebrows are so Important IB giving expression to the face. Fortunately for me, thick eyebrowi ars considered desirable today. Mine are thick. I use a small comb to keep them neat. I like a sheen on my eyelids and carry it all the way up to the ey«- brows. I achieve this with a llttlB lubricating cream to which I add a faint trace of blue eyeshadow which I find becoming with my brown eyes. Some men ore full of drive— others just like to park. «nus PLUS SELECTED SHORTS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY CLAUDE DAUPHIN lisv^.'M^uV^sc,,, . K«;,L«^r.;:vr-^ RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. .Toe Bill McHaney Mr. & Mrs. Erhy Ledhclfer Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Hcarn & Family Mr. & Mrs. Ben Henderson COST OR SAVINGS Granted that water is free; granted that you are paying only to save water gathered, safeguarded and distributed; just what is it costing you? What, for example, does it cost to get enough water delivered to wash your face — just to fill the basin? Less than five one-hundredths of a cent, or less than five cents a month, assuming you're satisfied to dean up three times a day. You can get all the water you require for a bath, poured right Into the tuh for approximately a penny, and a shower will cost you even less. The bill for flushing a toilet runs about two-tenths of a cent. Go out and water your garden. Give it a good hour's soaking. Then count the cost. It may set you back a dime. Add all these costs up: allow for the water used for drinking and coffee making and cooking, include laundry and household cleaning requirements, and then consider how you'd go about meeting your water needs if you didn't have a public supply system. Suppose you want to keep that garden verdant and blooming. You've been pouring some 300 gallons an hour on it at a cost of ten cents or so. Pumping and carrying the same amount of water would take at least six hours. Even if you could get one of the neighbors' youngsters to work for fifty cents an hour (in itself quite unlikely these days), you would have to spend ninety dollars a month for the service. Compute any of your other water uses on the same basis and fry to think of any other commodity which is delivered to you, guaranteed ready to consume or employ, at a comparable price! The important thing about your water bill is not the charges it records, but the savings it doesn't mention! Blytheville Water Co. "Water It Your

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