The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 30, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1955 - Society News - a inn Mnllnrv Rnnlptv RMitnr * Pho Mitt Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Parker Complimented With Luncheon Miss Bonnie Mills and Mrs. J T, Polk entertained with a bridge luncheon Saturday in the home o Mrs. Polk at Keiser, compliment ing Miss Delores Parker, who wil become the bride of Christopher D Martin of Charleston, S. C., Easter Sunday. The home was decorated with bouquets of mixed spring flowers and the luncheon table was-- cen tered with green and yellow bios soms. Miss Parker, who was presentee with a pink carnation corsage anc a rose blanket from her hostesses wore a grey two-piece spring cot ton. Mrs. Max Parker, mother of the honoree, was a special guest oJ t*ie group. Out-of-town guests were Mrs, Johnny Earl Speck of Frenchman's Bayou; Mrs. Snow Wilson, III, o! Osceola and Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd of Elytheville. Bridge winners were Miss Byrd and Mrs. Speck. Royal Service Program Given By Calvary Circles Circles Three and Pour of Calvary Baptist Church met at- the church last night for a Royal Service program. Miss Ellen Moore, who was in charge of the program, opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Janie Ross gave the devotional. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. H. J. Fondren, Miss Lucinda Cole, Miss Bonnie Webb, Mrs. Opal Ayres, Mrs. Raymond Bomar, Mrs. Edith Permen- tor and Mrs. J. C. Webb. Mrs. Charles McDaniels and Mrs. Permenter were guests at the meeting which was closed with prayer by Mrs. J. H. Melton. By Sue Burnett So Pretty For Girls Two exciting frocks for young girls. Pattern No. 8048 is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 8, 7. 8 years. Size 4, sleeveless, 2'/ 8 ynrds of 35-inch; % yard lor collar. Pattern No. 8999 is in sizes 4. 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size 6. 2^ yards if 36-inch; y t yard contrast. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 35c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. Illinois. 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. Draperies and Slip Co-rers StaNti fates Draperies and Slip Givers like'Ma^ic^ fc 1 ! MMitat how Sta.Nu rHtorM nf. and «*» » dn>p.rl.i ond ty „,„ . _ _ M*« Ihwn hong and m b.lltr. Pabik. , i Igil kmg.rl M» •»*« chCTf* kit Slo.Nv Hftklng •» «• dryd.«>!ng »r»k.! Cull « M doy1 c&w Cleaners 800 S. Divtokm Pi. 3.434» Howell'Movement Conducted by Bridge League Eighty-six and one-half, 83!i and 79 1 /-! were the winning scores in the" iix-table Howell movement played last night by members of the Blytheville Country Club Bridge League. The 86!4 points belonged to Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. C. \V. Afflick; Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Prank Crigsby scored 83'/j points and 79'/ 3 points were scored by Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins. Mrs. Bunch Is Guest Of GIB Bridge Club A dessert course preceded the games yesterday when the CIB Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Elwood Deen. Mrs. Deen had as her guest Mrs. Hiidred Bunch. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. Harold Nunn, high, Mrs. Tom Little, Jr.. second high, and Mrs. Robert McGraw, brldgo. Tri-Town Club Entertained at R. C. Farr Home Mrs. Russell H, Farr entertained members of the Tri-Town Club at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Russell C. Farr, on Walnut yesterday afternoon. Red gladioli were used decoratively throughout the entertaining rooms and pots of red geraniums centered the individual tables where the dessert course Was served and the games were played. Mrs. Melvin Halsell won high score and Mrs. Fred Kelly won second high. Mrs. Gerald Edwards Of Dell, Mrs. Halsell and Mrs. Kelly were guests the club members. Bits of News f^enonal Ji Mrs. J. L. Peterson of Newman, Ga,. has arrived Jiere to visit her sisters, Mrs. P. L. Reed and Miss Angle Hood, and her brother, Robert Hood. J. W. Maloney is undergoing treatment at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and daughter, Nancy Carol, and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., spent yesterday in Memphis. Wildy Stiles, who underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital, Memphis, is now at his home and is reported to be slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son. Jerry, and, Mrs. M. T. Moon left this morning for St. Louis and Belleville, Hi. They are going especially for the wedding of James Cecil Lowe, II, and Miss Margaret Keim Saturday evening, and also to attend a tea and reception this nfternoon and the reharsal dinner tomorrow evening. Mrs. George Dillahunty spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Don Petersoo and daughter, Susan, will arrive tomorrow from Ferris, Calif., to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Otho Stanfield. Mr. Peterson,, who has been stationed at March Air ?orce Base in California, received its discharge last Friday after four years of service. Mrs. Clair Miller and Mrs. Charlie Johnson returned by plane this morning from Fort Smith where they attended the Arkansas- Oklahoma Beauty Convention. Visitation Program Held By Armorel WMU A visitation program was conducted Monday afternoon following fte meeting of the Armorel Baptist Women's Missionary Union. The group met at the home of Mrs. S. H. Rebstock and had as their guest, Mrs. Dub McCann. Mrs. Weldon McCann gave the devotional and Mrs. Rebstock gave the closing prayer. Perfect Looks Mean Poise By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Nervous days of interviewing are upon us. On the day it's slushiest or raining hardest, there's sure to be a most important school or job interview slated. It seems as though these dismal days were selected for the interview season just to test your mettle- do you really want that job enough to get rained on? Are you really eager enough about this college to lave your hair fall on the way? As far as they're concerned, the answer ought to be yes. Even if it's your second choice job or school, every interview you get makes you more at ease ajid is therefore important. Besides, you Just might need that second choice very bad- y. One shouldn't need to be told low important your appearance is at this time. According to the director of the National Institute of Career Consultants, four out of ten career girls lose out on jobs because of their appearance. Later, preparation for a cool, poised interview will be discussed, sut right now, get ready for the first interview by concentrating on your looks. Airtight grooming will aid you in keeping you calm and help keep your morale high. Be conservative. The first interview of this life-and-death sort is generally as nerve-tingling as the midnight horror show. But you can cut down on this by being sure the most moss-covered interviewer can find no fault in your looks. The dress you know looks right is the correct choice. If you aren't Easter Flowers And Novelties Used at Luncheon Easter lillies, jonquils and tulips were the floral decorations and Easter rabbits, chickens and other novelty arrangements were used yesterday when Mrs. Riley Jones was hostess with a luncheon and afternoon of bridge for the Tuesday Bridge Club. Guests other than club members were Mrs. Robert Killian and Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mrs. Max Reid and Mrs. W. C. Higglnson wo nthe bridge games. Mrs. Westbrook, Miss Harber Win At NN Bridge Club Miss Betty Ann Harber and Mrs. Tommy Westbrook won in bridge games last night when the NN Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. Frank Wagner, Jr. A dessert course preceded the games. At The Hospitals BlythcvHle Hospital Dismissed: Louie Hodge, city Oscar Moore, city William L. Whittaker, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Prank Glisson, city Mrs. Pearl Powers, Cooler Sandra Hrabovsky, city CUSTOM-MADE LOOK — The leather look fashion is demonstrated three ways in a greatcoat, a suit and the newly-revived motoring coat. Great coat (left) is in silky tangerine leather, has sloped shoulders and narrowed top that flows into long, smooth lines. Youthful page-boy suit (center) has fitted jacket in pale pink kid leather with dyed-to-match cashmere skirt and jacket Custom-Made Look in Collections trim. Back in fashion after an absence of some 50 years is the three-quarter length motoring coat (right). This is in Viking blue kid with oversized patch pockets, deep buttoned-back cuffs and tiny squared collar. Emphasis in resort collections is on pastel colors. NEW YORK (NEA) — The custom-made look in leather appears m the resort collections in combination \viih pastel colors, imported cashmere and fine hand-loomed woolens. The colors have the glowing beauty of the tropics. There's a special emphasis on pale pink, blue, lilac and green for both daytime and formal wear. But there are stronger shales, too, and the muted colorings: pale beige, smoky gray, tangerine, purple, a softened yellow and charcoal and black in the velvety suedes. Suits demonstrate great variety in jacket types; bloused, spencer. boxy and gently fitted. Most are fitted to the figure by careful cut and detailing. The coat silhouette most liked is full and flowing but there are some wraparounds and some that have belted-in fullness. Shoulders are gently rounded and there's lots of collar interest with variations on the shawl, notched end petal collars. Many daytime suite get companion tweeds for skirts and for jacket trim. Or, beautiful cashmeres are dyed to match the leather. Some of the formal greatcoats have fur and jewels as trimming. Good buy for spring is the short- sleeved coat. With addition of a belt, you also have a dress. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. S. C. Omens entertaining Club Eight. Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Town mid Country Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertaining TLE Bridge Club at Razorback. Countywlde food nncl recreation leaders training meeting of home demonstration clubs being held at Plat Lake club house from 10 a. m. until 3 p. m. T11UKSDAY Esther Class of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. R. L. Wade, Jr., 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertaining La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League playing Special winners Game. Miss Jettye Claire Huffman entertaining QEO Club. Emimon Club meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Mid-Week Club. FRIDAY Dorcas Sunday School Class oil First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. N. W. Brlgham, 2 p. m. Mrs. E. M. Eaton Is co-hostesi Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Mrs, Bob Logan and Mrs. James C. Guard entertaining Friday Club with a 'unoheon 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. Read Courier News Classified Ads TOMORROW... is the last day to have your baby's portrait made at absolutely no cost! If your baby is under 4 months of age, dial 3-8666 for an appointment and Lee Bearden Photography will present you with a 3 x 5 portrait . . . retouched and in a handsome folder. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-8666 for Appointment Do you delight in finishing a murder mystery in bed at night and lose sleep? 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Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Christopher Dale Martin of New Hartford and Dolores Parker ot Keiser; Tommie H. Young and Bertha Mae Adams, both of Blytheville. SHAME It would be a shame to entrust your valuable household goods to a fly-by-night mover when North American Van Lines can move you safely and conveniently to your new home. Don't take a chance. w. w. BECKir.wr Moving <fc Storage Cn. 900 N. Second, Ph. 3-8528 OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS Awtrka'j FmrfU OMtiTs Sho*s Look for the picture of Buster ' Brown and his dog, Tige, in each pair of shoes you get for your children. It'i the sign of Buster Brown quality... famous for over 50 years. THE GIFT THATS . . . SURE TO CLICK! For Easter — Graduation — Birthdays The New Anscoflex Camera Outfit Includes handsome new Ahscoflex camera with flash shutter, metal-clad construction, double exposure prevention, "near-far" focusing, yellow filler. Makes twelve 2'4" x 2'/l" pictures nn 620 film. 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