The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1955 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1955 -• Society News - i a Aww Mallnrv Snflpfr.V Editor * PllOU Mias Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 City Duplicate Bridge League Plays Seven-Table Mitchell Mrs. F. W. Whitner and Mrs. Henry Humphreys with 71 points were North and South winners in the seven-table Mitchell movement played Saturday afternoon by the Duplicate Bridge League. East and West top scorers were Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mrs. C. W Afflick with 82'/i points. Other North and South winner: were Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Marl anna and Mrs. Jim Roleson, sec ond with 68'/ 2 points. Mrs. Edgar Stacy and Mrs. Georgia Bailey were In third place with 64'/ 2 points. Second place winners in the Ea and West division wera Mrs. Frank Miss Lollar, Billy Fowler Win Contest In a Who's Who contest held recently at Gosnell High School, Miss Sue Lollar was named Miss Gosnell High School and Billy Fowler was named Mr. Gosnell High School. Miss Lollar also was voted the girl with the best figure, most popular girl and most talented girl. Robert Davis was voted friendliest boy, best personality, wittiest, most likely to succeed, best all round, most popular, most talented, favorite, most ambitious and best citizen boy. Barbara Bevill was named friendliest girl, wittiest, best sport and junior girl. Shirley Potter was named best athelte, best all-round and favorite. Mary Prince was named prettiest girl, cutest, sweetest and the girl with the prettiest smile. Glen Perry was chosen most handsome boy. Named most intellectual, prettiest hair, most likely to succeed and most dignified senior was Dorothy Sue Terry. Marion Drane won best personality, neatest girl and best dressed girl. Bertha Carter was voted the best girl citizen. New Coat-Dress Fashion 8243 10.20 By Sue Burnett . Here's thrifty sewing for you Sew a smart button front dress, coat or smock all from one pattern! Pattern No. 8243 is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, full length, 5% yards of 35-inch; short, 5 yards. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION, spring and summer, '55 is an exciting, easy to follow guide for every woman who sews. Be sure to send for your copy today. 25 cents. OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS Jfitufei Otown Awto'i hvMftt CMMrM's St»n Look for the picture of Bu»ter Brown and hi* dog, Tige, in MCh pair of (hot* you get for your children. It't the sign of Suiter Brown quality... faroouj for over SO yean. Grigsby and Mrs. George Wiggs with IT/2 points and in third place were Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. S. E. Tune with 68'/2 points. Lawn Party Given For Patty Harris On Birthday A lawn party was given Friday for Patty Sue Harris on her ninth birthday by her mother, Mrs. Gordon Harris. Party foods were served from a table covered with a rose cloth and overlaid with pink organdy. Centering the table was a low crystal bowl filled with spirea and hyacinths. White tapers in crystal holders were used on either side of this arrangement. Molly Guard, Kay Koehler, Cecilia Joyner and Lark Anderson were game winners. Vary Height Of Shoe Heel By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor When a leading woman in the world of Paris fashion made a trip to the United States, she told the somewhat startled reporters that she had about 40 pairs of shoes — all cut from the same last. For a woman confident of her taste, this is a wonderful idea, but one sincerely hopes, for the sake of the health of her legs and feet, that this woman was leaving some of the story untold. , For her chosen shoe was a handsome calf pump with the slimmest and highest of heels. Women who, by virtue of their work or position, must wear pumps most of the time should most definitely have a firm, comfortable pair of flat heels for wear on the q.t. For, if you wear high heels as your only shoes, you will find that the muscles of the legs take up to conform to the position of your foot. And pretty soon you find that the calves of your legs are very uncomfortable when you're out of your pumps. To avoid the discom-: fort, you find yourself doing'laun-j dry or Washing dishes in your heels. And so on. The circle needs to be broken some time during the day by wearing: flat heels, low heels or going barefoot. The shortening of the muscle is less drastic, but the general idea is close to the ancient practice of binding feet. Our fine, well-designed bodies are made to conform to some idea of beauty that wrecks the design. Red is for spring this year. It's at its prettiest accented sharply with black-and-white. Sabado Club Entertained In MetcalfeHome The newly-organized Sabado Club was entertained Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs Robert Metcalfe with Mr. and Mrs R. L. Gardner co-hosts. A potluck - buffet dinner was served and arrangements of mixed spring flowers were used through out the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Dan Burge. Mr. Gardener and Robert Huff were winners In games played during the evening. Coming Events Monday Lake Street W.S.O.S. meeting with Mrs. Effie May, with Mrs Minnie Vance, co-hostess. Women of First Presbyterian Church meet in circle groups: Circle 1, Mrs. Gilbert Smithe, 2 p. m.; Circle 2, Mrs. R. L. Banister 2 p. m.; Circle 3, Mrs. C, p. Councille, 2 p. m.; Circle 4, Mrs. Aubrey Conway, 2 p. rn.; Circle 5, Mrs. Eddie Sallba, 8 p. m.: Circle 6, Mrs. Walter Day, 8 p. m.; Circle 7, Mrs. Bob Burns, 8. p. m. Jewel Abernathy Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meeting with Mrs John Cherry, 2 p. m.; Evelyn Stanford Circle meeting with Mrs. Marvin Kenwright, 2 p. m.; Circle 3 meeting with Mrs. Ola Via, 2 p. m Mildred Matthews Circle meeting with Mrs. Eleanor Pwafford, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Junior High Parent Teacher Association meets at 3 o'clock, with executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Mrs. Murl Lowe, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Riley Jones. Mrs. Garrard Caudill entertaining Tri Town Club. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at home of Mrs. Jack Owen, 7:30 p.m. Hostesses nre Mrs. Harold Stockton and Mrs. Ray Hall. Wednesday NOW Club meeting with Mrs. Joe Mack Hester. 7:30 p. m. Blytheville Hairdressers Unit meeting at Minnie's Beauty Shop, 7:30 p. m. Town & Country Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. Central PTA meets at 3 p. m. preceded by executive board mee-ing at 2:30 p. m. Thursday YWA of Trinity Baptist Church with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7 p. m. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge Lea> gue meets at Hotel Noble. G.E.O. Club meeting with Mrs. Harold Davis. Friday Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Oscar Fendler entertaining with luncheon at Fendler home for members of Friday Club. SATURDAY Cotillion Chlb meets at Hotel Noble, 9 p. m. WITH EVERY DRYCLEANED GARMENT WHEN FINISHED WITH M1RACLE...I StaNu DRYCLEANER'S FINISHING PROCESS '•>-'//. - , - ,./• \ \ / / / /'•-=' -j/ \ \\ Never before in the history of drycleaning has any process achieved such wardrobe wonders. You SEE and FEEL the difference at once. Clothes look new, feel new, wear like new. COSTS NOTHING EXTRA AT C & W Cleaners 300 S. Division Ph. 3-4343 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET • Fresh Fruit & Produce • Fresh Dressed Poultry • The Finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb & Pork Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In Wt Deliver Come In 1044 Chick Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warren and children spent the weekend in Corinth, Miss., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. MeCarter. Mrs. Chilton Young and children and Mrs. W. C. Thelan of Memphis were visitors In the A. H. Webb home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, March.,8. The baby has been named Sandra Ruth. Mrs. Taylor is the forpier Patsy Haynes, daughter of Mrs! J. A. Haynes and the late Mr. Haynes. Condition of Mrs. Battle Potter of Bassett, a former resident and sister of Mrs. C. R. Collins, and who has been critically ill for the past several weeks, is reported to be unchanged. Mrs. Robert KUlian and Miss Dixie Killian spent the weekend in Columbia, Mo., visiting their daughter and sister, Miss Bobbye June Killian, a student at Stephens College there. Mrs. Marvin Lane is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Johrt Tyrone and son, David, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and daughter, Deenya, were in Sikeston yesterday visiting relatives. Miss Bertha Ann Gaines was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines. She has recently been elected editor by the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority at Memphis State College, where she is a student. T. C. Razer, who has been a patient at Walls Hospital, is now at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Fields of Lepanto, former residents, are the parents of a son born March 2. The baby, who has a sister, Ann, has been named Johnny, Jr. Mrs. Fields is the farmer Miss Marjorie Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Clatr Miller were in Lepanto yesterday to visit the Fields family. Miss Millie Ann Mallory has returned from St. Louis, where she spent the past week visiting relatives. Those from out-of-town who attended the funeral services Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Lou Ellen Hargett were J. J. Hargett of Fort Worth, Tex.; Mrs. Dick Stone. Mrs. Hunter Kimbrough of Forrest City. Ark.; Mrs. R. P. Johnson and daughters, Sue and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson of Van Duser, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. James Dicks, Mrs. Cecil Rogers, Mrs. W. J. Van Cleve, Miss Nell Caldwell of Jonesboro; Mrs. Halle Willis, Mrs. Jimmy Lovett, Mrs. Arvey Kennedy and Miss Fay Tohill of Memphis. Gene Shanks arrived here Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Shanks, after 34 months in Germany. He received lis discharge last Wednesday at Camp Kilmer, N. J. If you're teaching a daughter to sew and you can't afford mistakes, let her start on crepe paper. Save scraps for her to try fancy stitches or the machine on. Let her start with a super-simple printed pattern. COSTUME DESIGN — Cashmere and hand-woven silk ribbon are combined in this one elegant costume for spring by Ann Fleischer. Top is white cashmere sweater with ribbo ntrim. Skirt Is gray-and-white In new geometric pattern. Marilyn Webb Honored on Sixth Birthday Marilyn Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Webb, celebrated her sixth birthday Saturday with a party. Favors of Jumping ropes and balloons were given the guests at the party and balloons and spring flowers were used to decorate the Webb home. In games played during the afternoon, prizes were won by Mari- linette Welch, Donna Mister and Cecilia Joyner. Refreshments of individual cakes topped with a lighted candle and Ice cream were served. Rosebuds and pansies, scattered over fresh white cotton gloves, make a pretty look for the hand. Trinity Groups Conduct Meetings Pldolls Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. C. 8. Birmingham Friday night wtili Mrs. R. W. Williams co-hostess. Seven members were present. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. Bertha Robertson and the devotional was given by Mrs. Williams., Mrs. Prank Austin conducted the business session and Mrs. Launt Everett dismissed the group. The Sunbeam group of the church met at the church Friday with 30 members present. Mrs. Calvin Edge was in charge of the program and those assisting her were Mrs. Walter Falloway and Mrs. John Brown. Smart suit buy this year Is the one with Its own blouse matched to jacket lining. At The Hospitals BJythevUle Hospital Dismissed: W. A. Ellis, City Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bobby Cullinson and baby, ity Raymond Bay, City Fred Hill. Jr., City Gary Robertson, City Joan Streeter, City Mrs. Leroy Brownlee and baby, Luxora Mrs. Alfred West and baby. City Benny Lee Akin, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Russell Gill, Osceola Dwayne Mertz, Alrbase Mary Beasley, Bt. 2. City Mrs. Opal Raper, City No matter how rushed you are leave time for a mid-day nap if you're inclined to be tuckered by evening. Stretch out on the sofa or sofa-bed if you must keep a eye on the kids. Power Mowers and Aluminum Screens at New Low Prices. E. C. Robinson v Lbr. Co. Phone 3-4551 FIGURE CONTROL REGINS .:. BY LOSING UGLY FAT TODAY! Amazing New Safe Discovery Makes REDUCING EASY FOR MEN and WOMEN Everyone is talking about the new reducing sensation HUNGER TABLETS. Science now helps you take off your fat while you eat the foods you choose, HUNGER TABLETS make you lose ugly fat, pounds and inches of it, without dieting or hunger—and it will not affect the heart. Think of it! With HUNGER TABLETS you no longer count calories, you forget all about diets. Fat goes fast from all over the body! 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