The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 25, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 198B - Society News - io inn Mullmtv Sni-ietv Editor * Phon Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 51 Points High Score for Bridge Winners At th« conclusion of a four-table Howell movement played last night by the Duplicate Bridge League, Mrs. Audreanel Freeman and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen were first plsce winners with 51 points. Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin were in second place with 49 points and with 45'/2 points Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Poy Etchieson won third place. A masterpoint game will be played by the league tomorrow afternoon beginning at 1 pm.. and next. Thursday night a Special Winners game win be played. Sensational Sports Set 8186 O-li By Sue Burnett A stand-out for warm weather — clever sundress to sew in a gay three-toned fabric, or monotone, if you prefer. Brief bolero for cover- up. Pattern No. 8186 is in sizes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 19. Size 11, dress, three tone, 4>/ 4 yards of 36-inch; bolero, 1 yard. 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, HI. The latest issue of our pattern magazine contains dozens more smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the spring & summer '55 issue. However inaccessible tt is, don't »rk on the cord to pull a plug out. iet down on your knees, if you .ave to, and pull the plug itself. Miss Carter Entertains Emanon Club Miss Barbara Carter was hostess to the Emanon Club at the home of Mrs. Wallace Smith last night. A profusion of spring flowers were used to decorate the home, with baby breath and asters being used on the refreshment table and buffet. A crescent of pale blue flowers was used on the mantel. Mrs. Mary Scanlan and Mrs. Margaret Harris of Miami, Pla.. ivere special guests of the club members. Bridge winners were Mrs. Lewis Murphy, high, Mrs. Smith, second high, and Mrs. John Perkins, Jr., bridgo. Mrs. Curtis Wins High At Kibitzer Club Mrs. Alex Curtis and Mrs .P.' D. Foster, Jr., were winners in the bridge games yesterday when the Kibitzer Club met at the home of Mrs. George Hubbard. Jr. Mrs. Hubbard had as her guest for the afternoon Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. Foster. She used jonquils and violets to decorate ;he entertaining rooms of her icme. A dessert course preceded the games. Don't Despair Of Yellow Hair By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor In most cases, it's not so much the silver threads among the gold that disturb mature women, but the golden threads among the silver. For, as their hair turns gray or white, many women are distressed to find a yellowish tinge or muddy cast coming along with it. By the time their hair starts to turn all-gray or white, most women are ready to accept the fact that they're approaching the middle years, but the yellowing seems like an unnecessary un- kinriness. Once, these women dunked their hair in bluing and let it go at that. Every now and again, sadly the hair came out a deep shade of royal blue, but generally this ruse was successful. Fortunately, today there are many resources available to women who don't want to blue their hair. Beauty operators know about most of them and can give professional help. But if you're not a beauty salon devotee, you might explore the beauty counters for new ideas. These are the sort of things you might look or ask about. For all-silver hair, you might try a platinum shade of rinse to cover up the yellowing. Rinses in bluish or blackish colors can do the same thing, depending on the shade your hair has assumed. If you have streaks of gray that are yellowing, you might want to investigate a rinse or tint as close as possible to your natural hair color. This, while it Won't match up your graying, will tone it down so that it's no longer obvious and, of course, get rid of the yellowing. TODAY'S STOCKING HOSIERY by Stretches every way to fit perfectly You'll thrill to their impeccable fit, marvel at the way seams stay straight. They never wrinkle, never sag, they mean the end to garter pull... well — they're just magnificent. See these sheer lovely stockings today in the season's newest colors. A- r one will fti you I Bits of News Irl Mr. and Mrs. Chester Nabers and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell and daughters, Diane and Susan, returned yesterday afternoon from a vacation trip to Texas and New Mexico. In Roswell, N. M., they visited Mrs. Nabers' brother. George Moore, a former Blytheville resident. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves have received word that their son, Wade Reeves, Jr.. is in the post hospital at Fort ^ood, Tex. Mrs. Aubrey Conway will spend .he weekend in Osceola visiting Mrs. Godfrey White. Mr .and Mrs. Bob Logan and son, Roane, will spend the weekend in Lexington, Miss. They are going especially for Mr. Logan's nephew's wedding, C. R. Logan, Jr., to Miss Betty Ray, which will take place at Tchula, Miss. Mrs. Jack \yebb and son are spending a week in Carrollton and d'eenwood, Miss,, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Neil!. Miss Emily Clare of Sikeston is spending the weekend here visiiing Miss Barbara Carter. Mrs. Mary Scanlan and Mrs. Margaret Harris of Miami, Fla,. are the guests of Mrs. Wallace Smith. Louis Lynch is ill at his home at 1115 W. Main. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Moseley of Omaha, Nebr., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Mulr. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs .H. H. Houchins is D. S. Glenn of St. Louis. Mrs. Dan Bell, who has been visiting her parents, Mr .and Mrs. Tom Little, returned to her home ;n Memphis yesterday afternoon. Guests Present At Meeting Of GEO Bridge Club' A table of guests were present last night when Miss' Vera Goodrich entertained the GEO Club, Those guests were Mrs. Tommy Sylvester, Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., Miss Nora Simpson and Miss Florence Moore. Daffodils and jonquils were used In the entertaining rooms when a dessert course preceded the games. Mrs. Joe McHaney won high score in the bridge games. Miss Simpson won second high and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe was awarded bridgo. All Members Present At Mid-Week Club Jonquils were used to center the luncheon table and also to decorate the entertaining rooms yesterday when the Mid-Week Club met at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. All club members were present for the two-course luncheon and afternoon of bridge games which were won by Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Cecil Shane. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Key Club of Blytheville High School having banquet at Woman's Club, 7 p.m. Light scratches on shellacked, varnished or waxed floors disappear when you use a solution of egual parts of turpentine, boiled linseed oil and white vinegar. Need help with your eyes? Keep this in mind: an oculist or ophthalmologist is an M. D. who specializes in eye trouble. An optometrist non-medical man who measures eye errors and , prescribes glasses and exercises. An optician is a man who grinds glasses, fits them into frames nnd fits frames to you. I Just for fun this spring, treat yourself to a short white glove sprinkled with black polka dots. Sharp accent for red, smart with all black. TOUCH OF SPRING — Fine, full feminine crispness flowers from spring's handbag. This harbinger is a pale pink and olive- green linen handkerchief designed by Pat Prichard. For day-long freshness it tucks into its own special beaded purse. A Touch of Spring By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Inside winter's handbag is gloomy darkness. But inside spring's handbag color and gay femininity bloom. What do purse : peerers predict for spring? Pale pink and olive sreen. if you like. Pastel shorty gloves launch the lovely look at hand. A silk chiffon square carries the note to the neckline. Utility? Oh. yes. A beaded change purse and a companion specs case for those pastel glasses. Flowery and crispest of all, a linen handkerchief that unfolds in| to a lily-light wisp of spring. It's of these Easter Savings HAYS WEEKEND VALUES IN SHOES Little Girls Saddles Brown & While or Black & White Sizes 8'/ 2 - 3 Ladies Mocs & Loafers Four Styles to hoose from in Creme, While and Brown Sizes 41/2-9 B Widths Special 3 98 Little Boys Sandals In Soft Brown Leather Sizes 8V4-3 Special 1 98 Use Our Lay-Ayay Plan All Shoes Expertly Fitted by X-Ray Use Our Lay-Away Plan In pale pink and olive, too, with an idea of a leaf motif wending round the edge. To keep such a delight perfect and smooth for its blooming, how about tucking it into its own tiniest of purses until the very moment of spring? New way to buy clothes is to consider that they can be worn all- year around, whenever the weather's suitable. A spring coat, for Instance, might be equally wearable on a cool day in June, an afternoon in September or in the coolness of tropical weather. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature —And — Serial, "Buffalo Bill" No. 7 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature ......TECHNICOLOR -AND- KAL IOACN »" fALUN Metro News RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored AM, WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 5M rt. l.skr Avf Hobo Day To Be Held By Tri-Hi-Y Members Tri-Hi-Y members will have » Hobo Day tomorrow to make expenses for Hot Springs where they will attend the state convention. These members will do any type of housework or yard work for citizens of Blythevllle. At The Hospitals BlythevHle Hospital Dismissed: Minnie Lee Guyman. city. Mrs. H. L. Guy, city. Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Rosco Crnfton, Jr., city. Louis Nash, city. Mrs. Malcolm Hicks and baby, Holland. Miss Harriett O'Neal, city. Mrs. Charles Strickland, city. The pregnant Woman's pose is a good one to sleep in: lie three-quarters on your stomach, your under arm in back, top arm up high in front. The top leg bends over and supports your body. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 1CK Deborah Hampton Has Birthday Party Here A party was given yesterday afternoon i'pr Deborah Jean Hampton, who was one year old, by her mother. Mrs. James Hampton. The 12 children present spent the afternoon watching cartoons. Following the show refreshments of individual cakes and lea cream were served . OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS tjutfoi O/iwm, Anurita'i Favorite ChHdrm't Sim* Look for the picture of Buster 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 years. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m and 4 p.m. for KHz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY "BEN AMD ME" • £ZX£s£. \ PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTER SHORT SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature . SMITH KNOX DISK BOGARDE II. :m ®TUES. Tha battle ef fte giants Jn tha L'^gsst asectodt of then oil! 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