The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 8, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER KTEWg' SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 19B4__ - Society News — a Ann Mnllnrv finpint-v RHitnr * PhOl Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Mrs. Adams Has Charge of PEO Program There were 20. members of Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood, present yesterday when they met at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old. Arrangements of pansies were used to decorate the Old home: Following the business session Mrs. J. W. Adams was In charge of the program on "The American Home," She discussed exterior architecture of the home. A dessert course was served by the hostess at the conclusion of the meeting. So Neat, Sew-Easy Bits of News l 'J Damon MoLeod is critically ill at Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis. All the members of the McLeod family are in Memphis with him. Mr. and Mrs. Jolly Sparks announce the birth of a son at the Chickasawba Hospital Dec. 31. The baby has been named Chad Eric Mr. and Mrs. Sparks have two other children. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune have as their guests .Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Andrews of Nashville. Tenn. Cupt. and Mrs. H. R. Smith of Salina, Kans., who have been visiting in the Tune home left for their home yesterday. Miss Peggy Taylor is spending the weekend in Jonesboro as guest of Miss Mary Gail Wilborn. Mrs. John Ed Clouse of Griffin, Ga., is the guest of her father, Ernest Roe and Mrs. Roe. Mrs. Paul Jobe is a patient in the Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Estes ol Sikeston were the guests of Mr and Mrs. Curtis Anderson Thursday night. John Mayes of California is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore. Mi*, and Mrs. Harry C. Gray, Jiv. are the parents of a son born Sunday. Jan. 2 at the Chickasawba Hospital. Their first child, the baby has been named Harry Randall. Mrs. Gray is the former Mary Wright. The Rev. and Mrs. . K. Latimei of Lambert, Miss., are the guests 3f Mr. and Mi's. J. C. Ellis. Herbert Joyner who is employed ,n Louisiana. Mo., is spending the weekend here with his family. By Sue Burnett Whether you're a beginner or an expert at sewing, you will enjoy making this neat daytimer with only two main pattern pieces. Pattern No. 8936 is in sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 16, 3% yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 8, 111. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. Soak Them And Study By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Home to school, one class to another, up to the corner and back, gyrrm class, dancing — a teenager works her feet hard in a short day. Her footwork may not be as fancy as Gene Kelly's, but It's just as hard. Though they work hard, feet seldom get the attention they deserve because they're such uncomplaining employes. Feet may go all winter with nary an ache, pain or blister. But then suddenly summer comes and feet are supposed to blossom bare or in naked sandals. And they look like paws. Fortunately, a teener can give her feet a start toward beauty while she's doing something else- such as homework. Unlike hands feet don't have tt> be free while their owner laps up text books. First move Is a weekly >oak in hot water and soap flakes. While I the "chem" Is seeping into the! brain, let one foot at a time soak in a small pan on the floor. While reciting formulae, give the feet a I scrub with a stiff brush or a pum- I ice stone. Get the tough growth [ off the heels. Push the cuticles back. Cut the nails straight across. This'll be easy after their softening soak. Then, with the English book on your stomach, assume the telephone-call pose for a chapter or two; lie on your back on your ued with your feet resting high on the wall. While your tired fet rest, your brain will benefit from the head-down position. Then, lying on your stomach on Ear! Wildy Elected Leader Of Guild In a business meeting at the Lutheran Church Wednesday night larl H. Wildy was elected president of the Men's Guild. Other officers are Willnir Wildy, ice-president; and Harold R. Cnop, secretary and treasurer: In other business the 1954 finances were discussed and a budget -was adopted for the coming year. -ridayClub Has Meeting Mrs. James C. Guard entertained the Friday Club at her home with a .dessert-bridge. Mrs. Harman Taylor and Mrs. Bob Logan were winners in the bridge games. your bed with your knees hanging- off. give the feet some exercise while you bone up on Spanish. Rotate your feet so your ankle muscles get the kind of exercise they generally lack. Then, with a touch of foot powder between the toes, the feet will be as fine as a left hand with a diamond. Dell Supper Club Entertained at Legion Hut Mr. and Mrs. Earl Browntee inci Mr. and Mrs. Ben Henderson entertained the -Dell Supper Club at the Legion Hut Thursday night. Winter Wonderland scenes were used to decorate the mantle und tables in the entertaining rooms. Following dinner the group spent the remainder of the evening dancing. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Milford Estes of Sikeston and John Mayes of California. Coming Events Mrs. Huff Guest of Vend red! Club * Mrs, Bob Huff was a guest last night when Mrs. Bob Metcalf entertained the Vendredt Bridge Club. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. George Anderson, high, Mrs. Huff, second high and Mrs. Bill Stack, bridge. A dessert course was served preceding the games. Beta Lambda Club Conducts Meeting In George Home Beta Lambda Club met at the home of Mrs. M. George for a social last night. The evening was spent in informal entertainment. At the conclusion of the games the hostesses served refreshments. Trinity Baptist Circles meet. Jewel Abernathy Circle meets with Mrs. John Chen-y, 2 p.m. Evelyn Stanford Circle meets with Mrs. Marvin Kenwright, 2 p.m. Circle Three meets with Mrs. A. L. Richardson, 2 p.m. Marion Cook Circle meets .. with Miss Bernice Overman, T. 301 Welch. Friday Contract Glub Has Meeting In Welch Home Members of the Friday Contract Club met at the home of Mrs. Loy p.m. and Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Walter Followay, 7:30 p. m. Faith and Hope Groups of First Christian Church meet* with Mrs. W. D. Cobb, 2 p.m. Bandmothers Club meets in the high school auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Presbyterian Women have training program beginning at 10:30 a.m., followed by potluclt luncheon. An executive board meeting will be*held at 1 p.m. Tuesday Love Group of First Christian Church meetB with Mrs. Harry Bradley. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. Lena Everett. Charlevolx Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble, 1 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. James C. Hlis and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. Alphia Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at home of Mrs. Dick Watson with Mrs. Elmer Stone co-hostess, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Country Club Bridge League meets. Tri-Town Club meets with Mrs. Worth Holder. Miss Ramona Crafton entertains NN Bridge Club. Mrs. J. F. Montandon entertains La Petite Club. GIB Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Wednesday NOW Club meets with Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., 620 E. Cherry with Mrs. Paul Cooper hostess. Yarbro PTA has meeting at 3 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. F. Scrape entertains TLE Bridge Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. Graham Sudbury entertains | Mrs. C. W. Garrigan was high scorer in the games, Mrs. G. O. Poetz won second high and Mrs. Doyle Henderson won bridgo. Refreshments were served by the hostess throughout the after- At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed; Hatch Doan, city Jacky Dale Lancaster, city Owen Harrison, city Chickasawha Hospital Dismissed: Leon Lowe, city Mrs. Roy Moore and baby, city Richard Worland. city Michael Dobson. city Mrs. Betty Potts and baby, city Walls Hospital i Dismissed: Mrs. W. F. Permenter and baby, Luxorn Mrs. Faye Fleeman, Manila Mrs. Virgie Kelley, Holland John Kelly, Rt. 1, city Frances Gammill Celebrates Birthday Alice Frances Gammill celebrated her 12th birthday at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. P. D. Foster, f3r., yesterday when her mother, Mrs. Frances Gammill entertained. The 20 girls spent the afternoon in playing games with prizes being awarded to Ethel Jean \Vyatt. Judy Smothermon and Terry Rainwater. Pictures of the group were taken and favors of candy and balloons were presented. Refreshments of ice cream and pink and while birthday cake were served the guests. PERFECT APPEARANCE — The beauty-wise girl knews that a weekend of fun and relaxation doesn't mean she can be careless about her beauty routine. In fact, it is only when a girl feels confident about her appearance that she can relax completely. This girl (left) is packing everything she'll need for a short holiday at the home of friends. She'll include the beauty aids she'll need, too. Like this bottle of hair spray, she's using (center) to keep her hair in place while bicycle-riding. For sports, she tc.x:; uown ner makeup to achieve a natural look. Then, preparing for her hostess' party, she dons a pretty party dress and adds a few last touches to her glamorous evening muke-up (right) with a pressed powder compact. Her make-up is carefully blended and will look fresh for hours. Barbara Sawyer. Friday Club Eight. , Mrs Dkk s i 1Rnks entertains Vend- Chapter D PEO Sisterhood meets | redl Br i rige C i ub . with Mrs. J. A. Leech. ! Mrs Toby Lon Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets. La Neuve Club meets with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains Chl- Hion Club. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss jday Club. 'oby Long entertains Fri-1 g' Husband And Wife's Asset In Each Other "We have been'fortunate, but our big asset is each other." The'man h o spoke of himself and hi s Wife in those words has been married 50 years But those words- are true o' any marriage in which a husband and wife love each other. , , Their oneness is their biggest asset, for each can draw courage from the other when courage is needed to face a blow. Each can offer the other security—the security of knowing that there is one person in the world who will always stand by- Each can offer the other companionship, the easy slippers Kind of companionship that develops gradually between husband and wife. Each can offer the other understanding, the kind of understanding that is possible only when two persons know each other as they really are. Each can offer the joy of shared memories. "Remember when ." are words that husbands snd wives use- more and more often as the years o by. Each can offer the other appre- EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN 1 25SUNDAY125 DINNER J, OFFICE SUPPLIES "1001 Hems You Need" Call 2-2513 We Deliver Figure With Us on PRINTING MORRIS Across From £ity Hall APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice . . . ENTREE Fried Chicken—Country Style Cream Gravy $1.25 Roast Sirloin of Beef—Brown Gravy $1.25 Baked Picnic Ham—Raisin Sauce $1,25 CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Blue Lake Green Beans Fresh Brusscl Sprouts '~" : '- Buttered Whole Kernel Corn Snowflake Potatoes PINEAPPLE AND COTTAGE CHEKSE DESSERT RICE PUDDING Child's Plate 65* Listen to KLC.V at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feofure Program MtCHNICOlOl, *SS^* PLUS CARTOON "SPARE THE ROD" SUN. • HON. • TUES. .PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON "PIGS IS PIGS" Don't Pin It Darn It BY ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor A married woman who keeps her clothing' together with safety pins deserves to lose her husbaii 1 A woman who has no husband to lose and does the same will even- ciation. Because the roles they play are so different each is free to admire the other's abilities. Bach can offer the other a. shared future. A husband, and wife who love each other don't fear the future, for they know they have weathered the storms of the past and that together they can face whatever the future brings. Of course, a husband and wife's biggest asset is each other. It's a pit: 1 they so often forget that fact- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Sfarts 7:00 p. m. Admission lac & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature —AND— RAW! ^RAGING! RIOTING! Serial "Batman" No 11 And Cartoon SUN., & MON. Double Feature "UNDER SUSPICION", With Jack Holl —AND— SHIRLEY BOOTH ROBERT RYAN HAL WAUIS MOOUCTION MARJIE MILLAR • ALEX NICOL METRO NEWS tually 'lose something .else—a job, a beau, a friend, or worst of all, her own pride in her looks. Mending is a dreary task at best, but it must be done, unless you can afford to throw out clothes the minute they develop ;i fault. Buttons should be secured before they fall off. Zippers that have parted ways should be taken to the repair, shop. Seams are, by nature. meant to be closed. Holes must be darned. If you're shy on time and a little longer on money, some of these duties may be assigned to someone else. But If you're like most of us, you have a mending basket heaped with work long put off. Assign a night. Go through your closet and drawers and collect every* thing else that could use a touch of the needle. Set up your machine, if you have one. Hand your husband, if he's around, a good book or magazine and indicate to him the proper place to start reading. Or turn on the radio. Get i good light. Get comfortable. And mend. You will find that one night likt this every now and then will mafca your wardrobe quite adequate rather than large and useless. Then put the safety pins in diapers or pincushions, where they belong. THEATRE On W. Main St. In BlythevilU 1=2 Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. SATU RDAY Double Feature i. of America -AND— ALSO CARTOON SERIAL SATURDAY OWL SHOW 11:30 P.M. 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