The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 15, 1955
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARKO COURIER NEW1 FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1955 - Society News - .inn Mallrirv Snrietv RditDr / Phofl MiM Milli* Ann Mallury, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Baptist Auxiliary Celebrates Tenth Anniversary at Oak Grove District Ladies Auxiliary of Jonesbqro Association of Baptist Churches met at Oak Grove Baptist Church yesterday. This was iheir tenth anniversary. Mrs. E. L. Bennett of Little Riv-+ «r presided over the meeting with t "- District Legion Meeting at Harrisburg There will be a district meeting ol American Legion Auxiliary in the Paragould church in charge of the morning devotional. Oak Grove gave the welcome and the response was given by Big Creek Valley. Terry Johnson of Conway college gave the sermon and Mrs. Loda Broadway of Bethany Church in was in charge of the special Thanksgiving service. An .election of officers was held with Mrs. Bennett re-elected_ president; B: pre: Big treasurer; Mrs. Qeorge Flagg, Mllllgan Ridge, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. M. Bourland of Little River, assistant secretary; Mrs. Lealand Hodge. Beacon, Blythcville, reporter; Mrs. Charles Bishop, Oak Drove, assistant reporter; Mrs Qerald Simmons. Oak Drove, pianist; Mrs. Noel Jackson, Prairie, Lake City, assistant pianist; Mrs Dixie Green, chorister, Oak Grove; Mrs. Robert Null, assistant chorister, Bethany, Jonesboro; Mrs. E. Broadway, tract distributor, Bethany, Jonesboro. A program on "Pastoral Support," was given in the afternoon and group singing dismissed the group. UDC Chapter Plans for State Meet Elliott Hletcher Chapter of United Daughters of Confederacy met at the Razorback yesterday lor 12:30 luncheon. The 13 members were seated at a long table centered with a large silver. bowl holding Dutch iris and pink chrysanthemums. Hostesses were Mrs. Qcan Atkinson, Mrs, J. D. Bnrksdale. Mrs. W. I. Denton, Mrs. O. O. PoeU and Mrs. Cleo LangsUm. Mrs. Atkinson conducted .the business when plans were discussed for the Arkansas Division of United Daughters of Confederacy mectlns here in October and committee* were appointed for this event. A tallc on the "Origin of Decoration Day," was given by Mrs. C. L. Moore and Mrs. M. FiU-sim- mons spoke on the "Life of Poet, Sidney Lamer." Guests Present When Mid-Week Club Has Meeting Mrs. Colemnn Stevens. Sr., of Osceola and Mrs. W. C. Higgin.son were guests yesterday when Mid- Week Club met at the home of Mrs. M. O. Usrey for luncheon and an afternoon of bridge names. Yellow and white tulips centered the luncheon table and were also used throughout the entertaining rooms. , Mrs. B. A. Lynch nnd Mrs. Higginson were high scorers in the bridge games. Practical Bib Apron WORK BASKET/ DELIGHT 8042 3<-48 By Sue Burnett Colorful scraps from your workbasket make a gay trim for this handy bib style apron. Ideal for bazaars or showers. Pattern No. 8042 is in sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36, 2 7 /i yards of 35-inch; 1 yard contrast, or scraps. For this pattern, ' send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN HUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythcville Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago 6. 111. ' Include an Additional 26 cents with your f pattern order for the latest issue of our pattern cnta- ]*t. Basic FASHION. The spring 4 summer, '55 issue Is filled with •mart, sew-easy ilylei. mportant meeting aa there will be an election of officers and selcc- ion of a delegate to attend the na- ional convention at Miami, Flu. An attendance trophy will also e presented. Masterpoint Game Played By League • Mr. and MrB. Hurry W. Halncs wlih 57 points won the slx-lablc Howoll masterpolnt game played ast night by the Duplicate Bridge cague. Other winners were Mrs. Russell 'hillips and Mrs. C. W. Allllck, second with 54!-i points, mid Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Atflick and Mrs. Mutt Mon- oghnn, third with 54 points. Mrs. Robert Klllian and Jerry Carter ot Leavhville won fourth place with 63'^ points. Bottle Moon YWA Conducts Meeting Here Lottie Moon young Woman's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church not nt the home of Mrs. C. a. Blrm- ;gham last night with 18 members nnd one visitor, Miss Margaret Bell, rcfinnt.. Repeating of the wntchword nnd jrayer by Frank Carter opened the neeting and Clara Sue Ray conducted the business. Mr*. Grace Calrtwell gnve the devotional and dl.sml.viod the group after which the hostess served refreshments, EmanonClub Entertained At Razorback Mrs. Hank Dorid entertained the FJmanon Club nt the Razorback last night. Guests were Mrs. Billy Joe Gean and Mrs. Frank Hall. Bridge winners were Miss Bar- barn Carler, high, Mrs, Nick Powers, second high, nnd Mrs. Genii bridge. A dessert course was served at he conclusion of the games. Mrs. Smart Hostess to <ibitzerClub Mr.s. J. H. Smart was hostoss to he Kibitzer Club Rt the Country Hub yesterday. In the bridge names played win- ler.s were Mrs. George Uubbard nnd Mrs. Alex Curtis. PrectMliiiR the Raines, refresh men t.s f strawberry shortcake were served. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Dr. and Mrs. J. L, Van Hooser and children of Smithville, Tenn., and 1/Sgt. and Mrs. Edward Casey and children 1 of Fort Knox, Ky,, returned to thefr nomes yesterday after spending several days here visiting Mrs. Van Hooser's and Mrs. Casey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ncal. Mrs. Myrtle Acton Is in Ponca -Ity, Okla.,.due to the death of her brother, W. W. Hickman. She was accompanied by her grandson, Vaughn Jerome, Those from. BlythevHle Duplicate Bridge League who will be In Union City, Tenn., tomorrow to play In the cancer benefit bridge games will be Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Afflick, Mrs. Jim Roleson, Mrs. W. D. 1'hamblln, Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen, Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. E. B. iee, Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, Mrs. Ruth Pcnder, Jerry Carter and Harry Levensteln. Those from Beacon Baptist Church attending the district mooing at Oak Grove yesterday were .he Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson, ,he Rev. 'L. T. Rankln, Mrs. Melvin Christian, Mr. and Mrs. Lca- land Hodge, Mrs. Otis Cole, Mlsfi Josephine Wilhlte, Mrs. Fred Hill. Mrs. John Shanks, and Mrs. D. G. Jones. Mrs. Shanks, Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Johnson were the church's delegates nt the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberiy are In Reform, Aln., due to the death of Mrs. Wimberiy's aunt, Mrs. Ada Bouchlllon. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hurley and children left this morning for their home In Van Dyke, Mich., after spending the past week here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Dodd and son will spend the weekend in Union City, Tenn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Max Walters, former Blyther vllle residents. Mrs. Colcman Stevens, Sr., has returned to her home in Osccoln nfter visiting her daughter, Mrs. 1C. F. Still, and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Still and children will be In Senatobla, Miss., Sunday to visit relatives. They will be accompanied by Mrs. Colemnn Stevens, Sr.. of Osceolu. Mrs. R. L. Wade, Sr., is under- >lng treatment at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis. She was motored to Memphis by Mr. Wade, who returned home last night. Wilbur Wah! and Prank Ashby were In Memphis yesterday for n General Motors parts and service managers spring meeting. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utlcy are In Warren to be with Mrs. Utlcy's father, Harvny Rowland, who underwent .surgery yesterday. Coming Events Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church having party in Fellowship Hnll of Church. 1>;3Q p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. L. M. Burnett, Mrs. R. H. Aronsmeler, Mrs. S. Mosley ant! Mr.s. H. H. Oakcs. Sunbeams of Trinity Baptist Churrch meeting ut church, 3:-15 p. m. Friday Contract Club meetiiiR with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Chapter N PEO Sisterhood Having 1 p.m. luncheon nt home of Mrs. C. E. CrifiRer. Mrs. Frecnwn Robinson Is co-hostess. Snturilny Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Cotillion Club having dime. 9 preceded by business meeting, 8 p.m. Mrs. Russell C. Parr nnd Mrs. Russell H. Farr having coffee for Mrs. John Broadtis Lewis. Sniiiliiv Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr. to give book review at First Christian Church, 0 p. -m. Whether you're blonde; and fragile or brunette and sparky, mauve is n color to consider, both spring nml summer. Mrs. Little Honored With Layette Shower Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., Was honored last night when GEO Club and CIB Bridge Club members were present at the home of Mrs. Joe McHaney for a layette shower. Hostesses were Mrs. McHaney, Miss BUIle Sue Burks, Miss Vera Goodrich and Miss Florence Moorej Guests other than the club members were friends of the honoree, her mother, Mrs. T, J. Barnes, and mother-in-law, Mrs. Tom Little, Sr. Various shades 01 tulips were used about the entertaining rooms and a corsage of Sweetheart roses tied in blue was presented to Mrs. Little by the hostesses. For entertainment the guests spent the evening playing bridge with Mrs. Robert McOraw winning h.lRh, Mrs. Little, Jr., second high, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr.. bridge, and Mrs. Barnes, traveling. A dessert course preceded the games. Layette Shower Given for Mrs. Parrish Joy Class of Trinity Baptist Church honored Mr.s. Gay Parrish witti a layette shower at the home of Mrs. W. D. Crocker livsl night. A Ktork centered the Luble where the gifts wore displayed and a miniature cradle filled with spring flowers and arrangements were used about the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Dean Borum directed the 42 gue.sts In playing games which were won by Mr.s. Bobby Webb, Mrs. Gloria Shrusscr and Mrs. .Irene Prilcharci. Miss Donna Bohannon and Miss Bernii-n Overman assisted the hostess. Party food. 1 ; were .served at the conclusion of the gmes. AfTEC We cannot accept appointments to enter our children's Portrait Contest. Dial 3-8666 For Appointment Today! Remember—it costs you absolutely nothing to enter our contest! LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Businessmen Don't Sell Dan Cupid Philadelphia's international atr trl mny not gel u "kissing room. Such a room, foi couples who nrai privacy for their fare wells. u'as proposed by tin city's aviation dl rector who hat li P ;i i't} rnporUs from Mexico on t-he success of an airport "kissing room" there. The argument MM. rnwrcm-i- iHuinsl it came from the airport's .Midget makers who couldn't "sec any source of revenue from such an operation." Aren't they being » bit short- siBhlcd? Let's take a farsliihted view of mi imaginary young couple saying : ;oncll).v at RII airport. They sit in a noisy wailing room, trying to make polite conversation with Hie mlnulns dnigRiim until boll) are somewhat, relieved when I he yuuiiK man's flight Is called. But how different things ml^ht luive been if the airport hud provided the young couple with a kissing room" for their fnrcwell. In the -secluded, romantic atmosphere I he nirl miRht have let a :enr fall, prompting the young man lo declare his love and in propose :narringe. Under the proper conditions, >artlnr. enn be such sweet sorrow hut It is a real spur to romance. So the couple gets cnRn^ed in the lirpnrt "kissing room." And that s when? the room -starts paying off or the airport. The young man has to make a! •iMuni flight for the wedding. The 'nuple may well plan a honeymoon rip by air. Orlainly some of the U'ddini! guetits will come by plane \nd in a few years the happy youm; ule will probably lie Inking mi- SKIN PROTECTION — For her morning and evening cleansing ritual, this teen-ager (left) elects to use a foamy skin cleanser in a tube. It's clean, unmessy and easily portable. Others use soap, cold cream, skin creams or special formulas. Knowing that no work on the outside of the skin will help unless she eats well, she is having breakfast that includes milk, eggs, whole wheat Cleansing, Diet, Cosmetics Are Keys toast* and cereal (center). With the help of a. cosmetics expert (right) she is having her own powder blended to suit extcyy her natural coloration and to minimize her skin defects. With this program a healthy skin can defeat the elements and emerge clear and lovely. Pastel stones in two colors are combined in the new necklaces. Pale blue and pink, for instance. By ALICIA HART N't:A Beauty Editor All the talk about a baby's beautiful skin is not propaganda for obstetricians — it's true. An infant's skin is the softest, clearest, most satiny stuff in the world. And it's no accident. He lives a life that most women's .kins would thrive on. He eats plenty of health-giving foods — no fried foods or rich desserts. He's Book Review To Be Given at Christian Church Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr. will review I he book, "Prison and Chocolate Cake," at First Christian Church* Sunday afternoon at 3:110 p. m. Ladies of the other Blythcville churches are invited to hear the review. At The Hospitals, nlyllicvlllc Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Jolly Legette, Rt. 3, city Jack Adams, Sleele rhlcknsawba Hospital Steven Michael McKernon, city Burl White, city Mrs. James Guard, citv Painter Knows No Handicap GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. 1.-P) — Warren Van Ess. 19, Is completely paralyzed in both arms nnd legs from polio. But his paintings are getting: attention from critics and art patrons. He holds his brush in his Iceth. Since last, summer he has completed four watercolors and plans to try oils. All of his works, instructors say, exceed standards of painters with normal use of hands nnd are especially noteworthy because of their fine detail. vantage of the airlines' family rates. It is nlwnjs shortsighted — even from a business, point of view—to sell romance short. Today's rnmnntir young couples are tomorrow's heads of families. So anything that encourages romance is good for fuuive business. WOODS' Fountain -SATURDAY and SUNDAY- It's New!... It's a Tropical Treat in every spoonful!! ROYAL HAWIIAN Made with Fortune's let Cream— Woods Drug Store 221 W. Main Thont 3-1507 The third skin-care principle is the wise use of cosmetics. Good, safe cosmetics are any woman's washed in the purest of soaps every day. He's kept warm and comfortable and is not subjected to debilitating cold weather, rain or of-{legitimate weapon to enhance the fice soot. {looks of her skin. Careful selection But it's not long before the in- i with the help of a beauty specialist fant's skin begins to look like ev-1 and painstaking application make eryone else's. He begins to live in! powder, lipstick, rouge, eye shad- the world where the rest of usjow and eyebrow pencil of real val-Udc 'back dwell, where everything is de- ue for ft handsome skin.. ! Klrby Br signed to make skin into a leather protective coat rather than a beautiful asset. To counteract the tough world where everything acts on the skin, teen-agers need to remember three basic principles. Every day a girl should tuck the basic seven into her diet it she wants to have a beautiful skin from the inside out. Plan for leafy green or yellow vegetables; citrus fruit, tomatoes or cabbage; potatoes or other vegetables or fruit; milk or milk products; meat, poultry, fish or eggs; enriched bread, flour or cereal; and butter or fortified margarine. Second, the climate we live in leaves ravages that need to be repaired. Dirt must come off. Chapping must be cared for. The complexion left by drying sun and water must be repaired. Soap and cleansing creams are a teen-ager's aids here. 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