The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 21, 1955
Page 4
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PAGE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWI MONDAY, MARCH M, 19M - Society News - ia Ann Mcilliirv Snclfitv Editor * PhoU Misa Millie Ann Mallury, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. White Honored with Tea At Blytheville Country Club Mrs John Charles White, a recent bride, was honors Saturday when Mrs. R. C. Allen entertained at the Countrj Club with a tea from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. She was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs. Jesse White. Forming the receiving line were Mrs. White, who wore an iris blue princess style dress with .full skirt and matching bolero. She was presented with a white orchid corsage. Mrs. Allen wore a blue tie silk dress: Mrs. Womack wore a blue tie silk trimmed with seed pearls and Mrs. White was dressed in pink linen with pink satin trim. Mrs. James D. Stevens of Osceola, mother of the honoree, wore a spring printed crepe. Those in the receiving line wore blue Dutch iris corsages. The tea table was overlaid with a Maderia cloth and centered with a three-tiered epergne centered with a yellow taper and filled with jonquils, tulips, purple statis, pink pom-poms and white hyacinths. Triple silver candelabra holding yellow tapers flanked this arrangement. Gold leather leaf encircled the candelabra and epergne. . Those serving the yellow punch and pastel individual cakes from the table were Mrs. Charles Langston, Mrs. S. C. Owen, Mrs. H. C. Partlow, Mrs. Otto Scrape,, Mrs, O. O. Foetz, Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mrs. O. S. Crowell, Mrs. Robert Killian, Mrs P. E. Utley, Mrs. J. F. Montandon, Mrs. B. B. Goodman. Mrs. Gene Bradley, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. Mrs. Ben White. Miss Martha Ann White and Mrs. Cecil White of Clarksdale. The mantle In the club was banked with caladiurns and hydrangea! wrapped in straw hats and reflecting in the large mirror above the mantle was a crescent of pink gladioli, blue Dutch iris and pink tulips. A gold candle tree holding yellow candles was used on either side o the crescent. Arrangements of pas tel spring flowers were use* throughout the club on the sma] tables. Out-of-town guests were from Osceola, Manila, Clarksdale, Steele and Caruthersville. Gary Stanley Is Honored Gary Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Stanley, celebrated his tenth birthday Saturday when his mother gave a party for him. In games played during the afternoon, winners were Cheryl Lee Connor, Ronny Fowler and George Robinson, Refreshments of cake, ice cream and hot chocolate were served. New Side Accent By Sue Burnett An attractive daytime dress with j new sidcswept detail and an interesting yoke. Try novelty buttons for it change. Pattern No. 8246 is in sizes 12,1 14, 16. 18. 20: 40. 42. Size 14, 4> 2 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Suef 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. Cotillion Club Entertained, at Hotel Nobk Approximately 100 members and guests of the Cotillion Club were present Saturday night at Hole Noble for the regular monthly dance. Jonquils were used to decorate the room and a St. Patrick's Day centerpiece was used on the refreshment table. Hosts for the event were Dr. anc Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs Bob Logan, Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lee Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren. Coming Events TUESDAY Yarbro HD Club meets at home of Mrs. Dave Abbott. 2 p.m. Col. John Martin Chapter of DAC meets at Hotel Noble, 10:30 a. m. Mrs. E. R. Mason and Mrs. Crawford Noble, hostess. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum entertaining Octave Club. Mrs. Bob Warren entertaining Tri-Town Club. GIB Bridge Club meets with Mrs Utho Barnes. NN Bridge Club meets with Mrs. James Vest. Mrs. Max O. Usrey entertaining La Petite Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meeting. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Max Usrey and Mrs. W. I. Dent6n entertaining Chapter D PEO Sisterhood at Hotel Noble with 1 p. m. luncheon. NOW club meets with Mrs. Don Morris, 409 S. First, 7:30 p. m. TLE, Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. William Lambert. Mrs. R. C. Allen entertaining Club Eight. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. P. E. Black. Mr». Max Williams entertaining PS Club. Mrs. Loy Welch entertaining Town and Country club. THURSDAY Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr. Mld-Week Club meeting with Mrs B. A. Lynch. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Miss Barbara Carter entertaining Emanon Club. Altrusa Club meets in Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. 7 p.m. - FRIDAY vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Prank Hall. Mrs. R. A. Porter entertaining Friday Club. Woman's Club having 1 p. m. covered-dish luncheon. John Connors, interior decorator from Memphis, will be guest speaker. Mrs. R. C. Farr entertaining Friday Contract Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. At The Hospitals Blytheville oHspital Dismissed: Harold Crosskno, Rt. 2, city Dennis Crosskno, Rt. 2, city Dorothy Rayford, Rt. 2, city Thomas F. Snow, Piggott Mrs. iJmmy Gaskin and baby. city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Walter Day, city Mrs. Addie Smith, city Mrs. William Baughman and baby, city Benny Henderson, city Jack Hale, Jr., city Mrs. Lelia Knowletbn, city Mamie Smith, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Homer Miller, city Mrs. Patsy Russell, city Mrs. Mamie Booker, city Herbert Manes, city Glenn Ray Boyett, city your child is under fotir months of age, LM Bearden Photography will present you with a 3 x 5 portrait. Otter good until April 1. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO DIAL 3-8666 Bits of News Mrs. Bill Van winkle and Mr and Mrs. Carl Lay and children were in Memphis yesterday to visit Bill Van Winkle, who is a patient at Kennedy Veterans Hospital there. Mr. Van Winkle, who is in Ward l-B, was scheduled to undergo major surgery this morning. Mr. and Mrs. William Guy Burks, Jr., of Tupelo. Miss., , spent the weekend here visiting Mr. Burks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks, and his sister, Billie Sue. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slack and children had as their weekend iister, Mrs. John T. Cbism, Mr. Chism and daughter of Greenville, Miss., and her aunt, Mrs. Mildred Robinson, and son of Stkeston. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Besharse Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Foster Win Game Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs, P, D. Foster were winners in. the five- table Howell movement playec Saturday afternoon by the Duplicate Bridge League with 6 points. Sixty points won second place for Mrs. Prank Grigsby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Ed Cook were third place winners with 57 H points. Saturday the league will play a jnasterpoint game and Thursday, March 31, a special winners game will be played. Put Family First, But iRemember Others It is right for a woman to put her family first. But that doesn't mean she should excuse herself Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Besharse from the obligation of doing things .re the parents of a daughter born [ j or Q^ers Saturday at Walls Hospital. Mr. j Certainlv any W oman is happier and Mrs. Besharse also have a son, j who spre ads her love out to cover Mike. She is in Room 216 and is - •the former Miss Virginia Wheeler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owen were in Memphis Saturday to help Mr. Owen's mother, Mrs. F. A. Owen, celebrate her birthday. Hugh Tyrone and Bill Colston spent the weekend in MonticeJlo visiting: friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore spent Friday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banister and children spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. E. M. Eaton is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Pomeroy, in Memphis. First Lieut. C. C. Rountree of Memphis spent the weekend here visiting Jim Bedwell. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lamar Woods of Byhalia, Miss., are the jarents of a son, Preniis Eugene. The mother is the former Miss Jan Dickinson of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson Mrs. Harry A Haines and daughters, Elizabeth and Harriet, left ,'esterday by plane from Memphis 'or Hickory, N. C., where they will visit Mrs. Haines' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shuford. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson eft today for Byhalia, Miss., to visit their daughter, Mrs. Thomas Lamar Woods, and new grandson, 'rentis Eugene. Mrs. Dickinson vill remain for several weeks and Vlr, Dickinson will return home the atter part of this week. Visiting in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. H. McCord is Mrs. vlcCord's mother, Mrs. Ivy Bynum of Dresden, Tenn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon and friends and neighbors and those in trouble than is the woman whose love never reaches outside her own small family circle. And her family is better off, too. For the woman who is always ready to "do" for others brings a warmth and pride and happiness to her own family j that -the woman • whose love is more selfish is unable to give. There are generous - heart- ttutb Millett ed women who are so conscious of the needs of others that each person who knows them remembers them for some small kindness. And these are the truly happy women — for in doing for others they forget their own hurts and frustrations. In their concern for others there is no time for them to be overly concerned about themselves. In giving something of themselves to all whose lives touch theirs — they enrich their own lives as much as they enrich the lives of others. That is why it is a great mistake for a woman to tell herself that she is so busy with her own family she- hasn't time to do as much as she should do for other people. When a woman does that she is narrowing her own life and actually making a smaller contribution to her own family. For in most homes it is the wife and mother who is responsible ei- SOFTER LOOK — You Can and should make the most of your natural lipline. Pretty lips are those with lipstick carefully applied with an upward lift at the corners of the mouth for a pleasant expression. For best results, this girl (left) is using a lipstick brush. She makes certain her brush is well saturated with lipstick before she starts. Next, sha outlines her upper lip (center), starting at the corner of her lip, tracing a gentle curve towards the center. Pressing the flat surface of the bristles against her lower lip, .she fills in with lipstick (right). Applying lipstick with a brush provides a clearly defined, softly curved lipline and greater color depth that "sets" on the lips after being stroked on with & brush. Lipstick brushed on and well blotted is smear-proof, too. Matt Monaghan. , Mr: and Mrs, W. Ray Winget Mr. and. Mrs.. Ed Townsend spent| and Mrs. Harry Klmbley of Shel- esterday in Memphis. bins. Mo., and Mrs. G. C. Sayre Johnny Glasscock arrived home, of Charlotte, Mich., were house- Friday night after 16 months tour j guests of Drs. Carl and Edna Nies f duty in Germany with the armed orces. He received his discharge at Camp Chaffee in Fort Smith ast week and was met there by Mrs. Glasscock. Chester Lewis, who is employed at Kenosha, Wise., spent the weekend here with his family. Mrs. F. E. Black, Mrs. Charles Rose, Sr., and Mrs. Harry W. Haines returned last night from New York. They boarded the Boyd VTartin Theater Train at Louisville, ty., last Saturday and upon ar- ivnl in New York attended the- Urical productions in that city. Mrs. Patty Knight of Selmer, "enn.. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Russell Phillips, and Mr. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee motored Mrs. Gee's aunt. Mrs. Lela Knowl- on, to Campbell's Clinic in Memphis yesterday to have the cast hanged on her ankle and for ob- ervation. Mrs. Knowlton received \ broken ankle at the Gee home last week. Mr. Winget is a brother and Mrs. Sayre and Mrs. Klmbley are sisters of Dr. Edna Nies. While here they visited their brother, Paul H. Philliber, and Mrs. Philliber in Hayti and Mrs. Sayre's daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Beck, and daughter in Osceola. Granville Cooley will arrive in the morning from Northwestern University, Evanston, III., to spend his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Cooley. Tyner Ladner, who is a patient at Booneville, is spending two weeks here with his family. Mrs. B. G. Gill has returned home after spending two weeks with her daughter, Miss Joyce Gill, in Arlington, Tex. The Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Simp-! son of Wells, VL, who have been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Hudson, left for their home in Vermont this morning. Mrs, Simpson and Mrs. Hudson are sisters.. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Salmons had their weekend guests Mr. and Soap Up; Hands Off By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor There is probably more anguish among teen-agers about complex- on difficulties than about any other subject. Nothing is more blight- ng to an adolescent than feeling she has an unappealing complex- n. Let it be said right off the bat that, almost all of these problems will vanish with scrupulous care and time. Teen-age is a time of body adjustment and one of the consequences of this adjustment Is an active oil gland in the skin. Time will erase this if sloppy habits and brutal skin treatment don't make the conditions permanent. There are two vital facts that you must ingrain in yourself as deeply as you have your best friend's phone number. First is soap and water. Wash and wash and wash again if you have an oily skin. Use lots of soap and a clean washcloth. Use lots of hot water and then cold. Get into your hairline (the beginning of a lot of trouble), your ears and neck. One trouble spot is the nose. Wash thoroughly and carefully over and around it, including under. Another is the chin. Close your lips in a very tight line to get the skin stretched out and scrub under -your lower lip. The second vital rule is keep your hands off your face. Don't pick, poke or scratch while you I study. Don't finger a prospective | pimple to see how it's coming; along. Don't rest your cheek in dirty, pencily hand. If you must support your tired head, put your knuckles under your chin in a graceful gesture. If you can keep firmly in mind the idea that fingering your face is about the same as trying to improve Camellia by rearranging the petals, you'll be out ahead. When you wash, you should be scrubbing off the oils you've secreted your»2lf and the soot the air has laid on you, not dirt, fin- germarks and germs from your hands. A pleasant fashion iirrprin to the permanently pleated jersey dress that washes and drip dries. Pleats keep their knJfe sharpness, texture stays soft, line* won'* sag. Read Courier News Classified Ads ther for the family's reaching out! to others or becoming a selfish lit-1 tie unit. j Put your family first, but make i room In your life for others, too. CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS Antrim's Fnoritt ChtHiw'j SWtt Look for the picture of Butter Brown and his dog, Tige, in each pair of shoes you get for your children. It's the sign of Buster Brown quality ... famous for over 50 yean. &. SONS f SHOESI •everal weeks ago and has been jatient in Chickasawba Hospital. .•Irs. W. T. Hunter accompanied MrsV^Guy'lNiichols' and" daughter" ,lr. and Mrs. Gee and Mrs. Knowl-j Jo Ann , of Riverside, Mich,, and on to Memphis. | waiter Saltzman of Coloma, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. E. B- Gee. Jr., of] Condition of Mrs. Henry Pollard Belleville. Til., were the weekend! who underwent surgery at Chicka- guests of their parents, Mr. 'and | sawba Hospital last week is re- VIrs. E. B. Gee, and Mr. and Mrs. I ported to be improved. WITH EVERY DRYCLEANED GARMENT WHEN FINISHED WITH MIRACLE...I Sta Nu DRYCIEAHERS FINISHING PROCESS 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, COSK N07KINC IXTKA AT C & W Cleaners 300 S. Division Ph. 3-4343 WHITSITTS LA BELLE SHOP WISHING WELL OPEN The Following Girls Have Made Wishes and Whifsiff's Has Made Them Come True MARY MOORE, 324 E. Missouri, Blytheville, Ark. HER JAN BURGETT, Box 217, Manila, Ark HER PAMELA FOWLER, 2009 Hearn, Blytheville, Ark. HER LALLA ANN CALLIS, Luxora, Arkansas . ..... HER CAROL LONG, Braggadocio, Missouri HER REBECCA SANDERS, Route 3, Steele, Missouri. ... .HER SUSAN NEUMANN, Portageville, Missouri HER DEANA HAMPTON, Box 10, Victoria, Arkansas .HER KAY SMITH, Osceola, Ark HER BRENDA LONG, Luxora, Ark ..HER HEART'S DESIRE- HEART'S DESIRE- HEART'S DESIRE- HEART'S DESIRE HEART'S DESIRE- HEART'S DESIRE- HEART'S DESIRE HEART'S DESIRE- HEART'S DESIRE- HEART'S DESIRE- -A Skirt -A Cinderella Doll -A Petticoat —A New Dress -A Doll —A Blouse —A Pair of Shorts -A New Dress -A Skirt -A Full Slip When You Visit Whitsitl's La Belle Shop Be Sure to Make YOUR Wish See What's New of ... WHITSITT'S

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