The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 28, 1955
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1958 — Society News — „ An™ M-illrtfu Qncipfr.v * Phbn Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phono S-4461 Informal Coffee and Shower Given At Country Club for Mrs. White A recent bride, Mrs. John Charles White, was complimented Saturday morning when an informal coffee and miscellaneous shower were given in her honor at the Country Club. Mrs. Charles C. Langston, Mrs. G. O. Poetz and Mrs. C. TJ. McWaters, assisted by Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Mrs. S. C. Owen, Mrs. Paul Jobe, Mrs. Otto Crape and Mcs. Oraham Sudbury, were hostesses. The table from which coffee and party foods were served was overlaid with a embroidered linen cloth and centered with hyacinths in a white antique bowl nestled in pink net and taffeta. Mrs. Partlow presided at the table. Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms of the club house. A yellow carnation corsage was presented to the bride who wore a green irredescent princess style taffeta dress which featured a bouffant skirt and eton jacket. Musical selections were provided throughout the affair by Ann King and Susie Wroten McWnters, Mrs. J. D. Stevens of Osceola, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Jesse White mother of the groom, were special guests. Out-of-town guests were from Osceola and Luxora. Recently Organized Club to Have Program on Opera Presented The recently organized Music Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Russell C. Fan- at 7:30 p.m. Co-hostess for the meeting will be Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Masterpoint Game Played ByBridgeLeague A Masterpoint game consisting of a six-table Howell movement was conducted by the Duplicate Bridge League Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. B. A. Lynch won first place with 60'/ 2 points and Mrs. P. D. Foster and Jerry Carter won second place with 60 points. Third place went to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Jim Role- eon, who had a score of 59 points. There was a tie for fourth between Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, who had 54 points. A special winners game will be played Thursday night. The carving set may be seeing more than usual use in this holiday season. Keep it separate after using, don't let it soak. Wash and dry immediately. Embroidery For Trim 8250 By Sue Burnett A youthful date dress for warm weather that's delightfully easy to sew, arid trimmed with luscious roses. Stamp-on included. Pattern No. 8250 is in sizes 12. 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14, 3"!i yards of 35-inch. 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 G, III. Basic FASHION, spring and summer, '55 is an exciting, easy (o follow guide for every woman who sews. Be sure to send for your copy today, 25 cents. A program on "La Boheme," by Puccini, one of the operas which will be presented in Memphis next month, will be given by Mrs. Harold Davis, Miss Billie Jane Kodgers and. Mrs. Worth Holder. .Miss Rodgers will give a historical background of the opera and Its composer and Mrs. Davis Will summarize the opera. This summary will be interspersed with recordings of arias and orchestral music from the opera and a soprano aria, "Mi Chiamino," by Mrs. Holder. A table will be set up in the living room with miniature settings of the four acts of the opera. In April a program on the opera, "Barber of Seville," will be given. Coming Events MONDAY Trinity Baptist Church circles meet. . Jewel Abernathy Circle meets With Mrs. Alvis Harris, 2 p.m. Evelyn Stanford Circle meets with Mrs. Henry Berry, 208 W. Davis, 2 p.m. Circle Three meets with Mrs. E. G. Lovell with Mrs. W. R. Williams, co-hostess, 2 p.m. Executive Board of Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church meets nt the church, 10 130 a.m. Bring-a-dish luncheon will be held at noon and the program will follow at 1:30 p.m. WMU Executive Board of First Baptist Church meets at the home of Mrs. W. Marlon Williams. TUESDAY Mrs. Riley B. Jones entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. . Mrs. Russell H. Farr entertaining Tri-Town Club. NN Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr. Country Club Bridge League meets. Mrs. Elwood Deen entertains GIB Bridge Club. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. Max O. Usrey. WEDNESDAY Mrs. S. C. Owens entertaining Club Eight. Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Town and Country Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertaining TLE Bridge Club at Razorback. THURSDAY Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertaining La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League playing Special Winners Game. Miss Jettye Claire Huffman entertaining GEO Club. Emanon Club meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Mid-week Club. FRIDAY Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs. James C. Guard entertaining Friday Club with a Hincheon at Mrs. Logan's home. Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood, meets at home of Mrs. R. A. Nelson at 2 pm.. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Jack Thompson Jack Thompson ElectedModerator Of Church Group Jack Thompson of Blytheville was elected moderator of Presbyterian Youth Fellowship when the spring rally of Young People of East Arkansas Presbytery was held at First Presbyterian Church in Osceola Friday and Saturday. Others from Blytheville attending the event were Max Walker, Jimmy Callihan. Delores Harris, Martha Ann White and Gwen Simmons. Chaperones were Mrs. Jesse White and Dr. Harvey Kidd. Plan Make-Up For Lighting By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Aside from voodoo and wild superstition, the interested mature woman ought to pass up nothing in her campaign to enhance her natural good looks. Young things may get away with a dash of lipstick because their skin glows and their hair is vibrantly colored. Mature women should rely more and more on painstaking care and scrupulous assessment of their good attributes. For this reason, though it may seem like a pretty persnickity piece pf business, a grown woman may want to plan her face makeup to go with the lighting. Almost everyone does this to some degree. A party, brilliant with color and gaiety, demands make-up that borders on the garish. Small gatherings in a home need make-up that will stand close scrutiny. But mature women may want to go even further in matching makeup to the occasion. For instance, our daytime makeup, which is generally an understated pointing up of our faces, goes best in outdoor natural light. This is the make-up we wear for being out and about. Natural indoor light, • the light | that comes in windows, needs a heightened version of the outdoor make-up. Indoor light is less bright and one needs a touch more color to look natural. Electric light brings up a more involved problem. This is a yellowish light, however white it may appear. This light fades out yellow- reds. If you want to look highly; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie De Ltish- mutt left this morning for California where they will make their home. Pvt. Sam Johnson arrived here Saturday from Camp Gordon, Ga., to visit his mother, Mrs. W. W, Johnsnn, and sister, Miss Betty Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGulre and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hemby were in Memphis yesterday to attend the "Ice Follies." Mr. and Mrs. Simon Joseph of PJne Bluff announce the birth of a son, Michael Lee. Mr. Joseph is the son of Mrs. S. Joseph of here. Pvt. Ralph Snyder is here from Camp Gordon, Ga., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Snyder. Mrs. M. O. Hoeggen of Sylvania, p., arrived here Friday to visit with friends and relatives for several weeks. Mrs. Billy Joe Gean Is undergoing treatment at Chlckasawba Hospital. She is in Room A-45. Mrs. C. E. Coulter has returned from Pine Bluff and Little Rock, In Pine Bluff she visited Mr. and Mrs. Simon Joseph and in Little Rock she was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters spent yesterday in Risco. Mo., visiting Mrs. Mallory's sister, Mrs. Gaston Brown, Mr. Brown and children. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Attaway were in Paragould yesterday to visit Mrs. Attaway's sister, Mrs. Barton Edjin, and Mr. Edjin. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson and son visited Mr. Roleson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Roleson, in Jonesboro yesterday. Mrs. J. A. Figg of Osceola and Mrs. Guy Newcoxnb and daughter, Evelyn Jean, of Houston, Tex., were the guests of Mrs. George Roland Green last week. Condition of Mrs. R. H. Watson, who underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital, Memphis, yesterday, is reported to be satisfactory. She is in Room 553. . Mrs. Bill Van Winkle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lay and children and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Blackard were in Memphis yesterday to visit Bill Van Winkle, who is a patient in Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Condition of Mr. Van Winkle is reported to be satisfactory. colored in artificial light, you need reds with a hint of blue. Office workers know well how unflattering fluorescent light is. Some of us who have this kind of light never our dressing tables know all too well, too. For this blue-white light, a restrained daytime makeup with bright red lipstick is best. Ah, then, candlelight. Here is a light that truly flatters. Warm make-up is "all you need here, just watch out for shadows. Unfortunately, mature women can't spend their lives crouching in candlelight, so assess the lighting before you make up. Key Club Entertained At Party Members and their dates of the Key Club of BlytheviUe High School were entertained with a banquet at the Woman's Club Saturday evening. The tables where the guests were seated were arranged U-shaped with an arrangement of Narcissi and chrysanthemums centering ths speakers table and pastel hyacinths being used on the otner tables. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger was guest speaker and special guest were Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudson and Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Williams, Kiwiinis Club sponsors; Mr. and Mrs. Graham Sudbury, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stovall and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush, parents of Key Club officers. Rodger Sirfbury, vice-president of the Club, presented the president, Condon Bush, with a gift from the club members. Dinner was served by members of the Woman's Club and following dinner, a dance was held with Mr. and Mrs. Bush acting as chaperones. SHE'S A DREAM - Actress Janet Leigh is "the young man's dream of what he expects of love." At least, that's the opinion of the American Photographic Society which named her "The Golden Beauty " The 600 photogs also gave her a miniature gold camera. Dr. L. B. Shaw CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST Wil Be at Walls Hospital Thursday, March 31 For Appointment Phone 3-4406 Watch That Hairbrush BY ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Women with tender scalps often find that getting in their hundred brush strokes a night is a form of torture they prefer to defer. They try a brush with baby bristles and they can't get It through their hair enough to get the luster and circulation the daily hundred is supposed to promote. Stiff bristles leave them wishing they'd never thought of the idea. • Brushing is needed to keep the blood circulating to the scalp, but this is not interpreted to mean that the bristles should scratch the skin of the head. The gentle tugging n. good brush gives the hair is enough stimulation. Women with sensitive scalps should use care in putting the brush into the hair. Start close to tho head but not on the scalp. A new product hat may be an aid to women who postpone their brushing is a flexible hairbrush. You can start brushing a distance from the scalp and as you draw the brush through your hair, the five- part back will spread and open. This way, the hair near the head gets its brushing and the scalp escapes. On tfie Scent HOUSTON. Tex. m—Police figured they'd just smell out the thieves who swiped a vending machine from a downtown theatre. It dispensed perfume. TENDER SCALP — However touchy her scalp, a woman should get in her brushing to An investment more than a run- last a good long time and might be worth a lot to the gal with the fragile scalp, of-the mm orusn, out it should Bladder'Weakness' If worried by "Bladder Weakness" (Getting Up Nights (too frequent, burning or Itching urination) or Strong, Cloudy Urine] due to common Kidney and Bladder Irritations try CYSTEX for quick, gratilylng. comforting help. A billion CYSTKX tablets used in past 25 years prove safety and success. Ask- druggist lor CYSTEX under money-back guarantee. See bow much better you feel tomorrow. At The Hospitals BlythevHIe Hospital Dismissed: Gloristine Jenkins and baby, city Sam Fincher. Manila Mrs. Tom KeUick, city Chkkasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ernestine Peterson and baby, city Mrs. Max Watson, Armorel Essie Garner, city William Houston, Luxora Walls Hospital Dismissed: Hodger Cooper, Rt. 3, city Easter Gillcspi, Rt. 1 city Jimmy Gill, Osceola. Read Courier News Classified Ads. New and Used Furniture A Complete Line of Furniture & Appliances —At Prices You Can Always Afford— DICK OSBORNE 117 & 724 E. Main FURNITURE CO. Phone 3-3227 Is the last day of our baby offer. If your child IB under four months of age, Lea Bern-don Photography will present you with a 3 x S portrait at absolutely no cost. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY , CHILD ART STUDIO i Dial S-86«« 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 2:0 8. 2nd LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 3-1418 eniwlk tfiri//<fnewness! WITH EVERY DRYCLEANED GARMENT WHEN FINISHED WITH MIRACLE... I StaNu DRYCtEANER'S 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. cosrs NoraiNS CXTRA AT C & W Cleaners 300 S. Division Ph. 3-4343 *wht / need 1$ sotne cute dress flats! 1 ' Come scoof tote Spring, tin**... come see our "dress the boyt" eoKectknW Flats wi)h tows, fringes, glitter naih, pipings . (fie »«cfcs ... tfie softs... in While- trimmed Patent! Pinkl Novyl Redl Panoma-trimmed Wedgewood Biuel Avocado! BvftornuM Cinemascope at Its Best Wiih Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements MONDAY and TUESDAY GARY BURT COOPER-LHNCHSTER VERK CRuZksciiip^il A HAmO HtCHT FBtnUtal i»,t.,*i TICHNICOLOM DENISE DARCEL- CESAR ROMERO- (tv*u y«fl*CT.(*ut KKKI* rt I**** SABITA MOfiflH; (»»*,> ROUND UWE *t iwtt ft. MM • t*, * MUM QttU rvKd *r IWEf wu • D"KW h fOWffl MMiCH • * MWT uwstn fttouctw • Hii>',io run yuno inm PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON Coming Soon to Ritz '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" With James Mason & Kirk Oouglas "A Star Is Horn" with Judy Garland & James Mason "Hit The Deck" With Jane Powell & Tony Martin Newest bathing suits are one- piece, cut with square or c»ml- sole tops, often knitted. Orion- and-lastc.x is a popular combination; rust-drying, lightweight. OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS &t O/twm, Aimrko's rovwfte (kiMrm's Sfc*n 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 years. 6*. SON 3 SHOES Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TON'IGHT Double Feature foiukirl E I __..TECHNICOLOR -AND- n^ NAl IOACN I TRACY-mSAWYBt FALUN Miiiunn IT lAVOHIE rilKS UIF. Aletro News TUBS., WET)., & THURS, Double Feature XI GARY **i COOPER 1 _ IHGRID \ BERGMAN % „ EDNA FERBER'S m ! Saratoga! 1 Trunk' \ DISTRIBUTED BY FAVOKlIt FILMS COUP. —PLUS CARTOON— FRESH CAGED EGGS Delivered lo your door E. S. MULLINS&SON Ph. 3-4779 Day or Night TIRED SHOES MEAN TIRED FEET! ,Pur Spring into your step now! HALTER'S QUALITY SHOE SHOP 111 W. Main Ph. Z-J73Z

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