The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1952 · Page 4
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SLTTWBTTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jan* Shclton, Society Editor PhoM 4461 Sudbury PTA Hears Program, 'Helping Your Child Grow Up 7 Mrs. Roy I. Ba«l«y presented the program, "Helping Your Child Grow Up" yesterday to open the monthly meeting of the Sudbury parent Teacheri Association. Meeting at the school, Mrs. Vance Henderson, president conducted the discussions. "When Did You list See God" was th» dovoilonal given by Miss Patricia Heam followed by several liymnB by Joo Lynn Vowell. In the business session, Mrs. Henderson announced the PTA County Council would convene Jan. 18 In Blythevile. It was announced by Mrs. E. L. Francis that study courses were being plinned for Central School ITA Jan. 1«, L»ng« PTA Jan. 32 and iudbury School PTA Feb. 13. Mlsa M»ry Hubler was named chalrmui of th» nominating committee for 195J officers, with Mrs. Charlei 6r»hsm, Mrs. Ketton Prancla and Mr«. E. If, Fry composing the committee. Mrs. Leon Burns give the president's message and In the attendance count, prizes went to the rooms of Miss Luella Barnes and MJss Florence Moore. The fourth grade motheri served refreshment* in the social hour following. Bits of News Wott/y Phonal ^^^agSgg&diii^»—^SSi Charlei McDanlel left Monday or NorthwMtern,' Evanslon, 111.. here he 1» a student, «/ter having been th* holiday guest of hU par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. Charl" Me- Auxiliary to Present Story Hour Book Awards to Sudbury School Mrs. Ira Gray, city librarian and Mrs. Joe- p. Pride, Jr., as representative of the Blythevtilo Junior Auxiliary will be at Sudbury School in the morning- to award books as attendance prizes for the AuxiHary- sponsored Story Hour. This Is the second year awards have been made for attendance at the weekty program at the city library. The contest ended during the school's Yule holidays. The first hour from 8 till 10 am. Is for students of the Blythevllle elementary schools first through • third grades and the second hour from 10 till ll.ajn. for the fourth through sixth grades. Books to be awarded the fin through the sixth grades are "Lest In the Zoo" by Hader; "A Bird in the Hand" by Petersham; "Ellen Tebbits" by deary; "Just Like David" by De Angli; "Five on a Treasure Island" by Blyton nnd "Ban Joe and Gray Eagle" by McMeekln The story hour Saturday morning at the library will mark - the begin, nlng of a second contest to end a the Easter holidays. Mrs, Newton Whltls will be the teller for the first hour and Mrs. James C. Guan will preient stories the second hour Mrs. Lawshe Has PEO Program : ;"A sketch of » Favorite Character", was the-, program presented by Mrs. William Lawahe yesterday for members of PEO Chapter "D", who attended thft 1 p.m. luncheon meet- Ing at Hole] Noble. Mrs. c. W. Affllck was hostess lor the bi-monthly event. ' •• The luncheon table was centered with clusters of red gladioli and following the meal, Mrs. Chnrles S. Lemons, chapter president, conducted the session. Dessert Bridge Honors Club A dessert bridge at the Dixie Pig last night entertained members of the GIB Club~ when Mrs. Richerd T. Mills was hostess for the weekly session. AH members were present and In the game Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe won high score. Y Mrs. Harold Nunn took second high honors and Mrs. Mills, brldgo. The club presented a layett* gift to the hostess. \ Mrs. James Clark Tops Club Scores - Mrs. James B. Clark yesterday took lop honors In the weekly bridge game of the Town and Country Club when Mrs. Marvin Nunn .was hostess to the group at her Chlckasawba Ave- *iue home, The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon and Mrs. O. Moclinger took second high honors in the bridge game. Stylec! Right For Juniors hurch of Christ To Hold Revival Denton M. Neiil, minister of th< ihurch of Christ In Jackson, Tenn. will begin a series of meetings a the Church of Christ here on Jan 14. The first meet- Ing hold in the newly completed 1 Church ol Christ' building nl Main and Division, _it| will continue through Jan. 20, with services each evening at T.30 p. m. --, ^-*n Mr. Nenl IK a \Jk former minister _,Vll ol the Blytheville^ ~ church, hiving Ttenton M. Neal been here in 1940-43. The congregational singing wll s dtrectf^lijrEyr T Shelton ' Shower Honors Mrs. Charles Hi 11 Miscellaneous gifts were shower upon Mrs. Chnrles Hill iMt nigh by the 25 guests who attended th party given In her honor by Mr. nnc Mrs. Leon Scherer nnd Mr, anc Mrs. C. G. Scherer at the C. C Scherer home on East Main Stree Mrs. Hill, was until her recen marriage Miss Dorothy Su« Will! ford. In the evening's games, Mis Glendora Alley took high score to the women. Lee Hill second hlg for the men and Mrs. Hill, low SCOT Gifts for the honorec were nr ranged on a long table ccnlere with an opened white umbrcll topped In a puff of white satin a Illuminated in R pale light. A salad course was served. Fo the occasion, the honorce wore suit of red corduroy and was prc scntcd n novelty corsage. Mrs. G. Sudbury Club 8 Hostess Mrs. Graham Sudbury yestcrdi was hostess at the Ruslc Inn for dessert bridge entertaining membe of Club Eight. In the bridge game, Mrs. Jesse li White won high score, Mrs. H. Partlow, second high and JVi/s. Q. Poctz. bridge. Mr. and Mrs. d. G. Caudlll are acatlonlng In San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Lillian Lloyd left Tuesday Ight for Los Angeles, Calif,, for an xtcnded visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Marshall of 387 Chadwlck circle, Memphis, an- ounce the birth of their first child son, Tuesday at th« Baptist Hos- ital. He has been named Russel' Mien. Mrs. Marshall is the fprmer dlss Jayne Sevier ol Blythevllle. Mrs. O, W. Aftllck was returned • her home today from Memphis Methodist Hospital where she had indergone treatment for injuries re elved earlier this week In a fall Miss Elizabeth Lutes Is reportei n a satisfactory condition at Wall lospital where she Is undergoing reatrnent but she Is unable to re elve visitors. Condition ol Herman Cross, whi s a patient at Wails Hospital, I eported M remaining critical. Two Guests Play Bridge with Club Mrs, Kemper Bmton and Mrs ~. A. Nelson list night playe bridge with members ol the Hlg' Two Olub when Mrs. Sam Hnyne. entertained at her home for th group's bi-monthly session, Clusters of red berries topped th dining table from which the hostes en-ed a dessert course «nrt In th bridge game Mrs. Nelson took hlg icore honors. Second high was wo by Mrs. Lucille Watson. Yarbro PTA Observes Family Night' at School The Yarbro Parent Teachers As socintlon last night observed "Fam ily Night" with a potluck suppe meeting highlighted by a round la ble discussion ol the PTA month theme, "Schools Are What we Mai Them—Dreams of the Future." Meeting at the Yarbro school, ap projdmitely 30 families w«re repr senttd; Group nlnging preceded th buslnecti and round table dlscussio wMch were followed by a silver o *..£!_ t.. \ ' J efin At the Hospitals BlythevlUe HotplUl DlimlMedt Mnry Hoblnson, city. J. F. Edwards, Cooler. _ Dismissed: \i2l~ Mrs. Cecil Southard, city. Mrs. Ada Croxton, city. Mrs. Everett Utley, Holland. ^HTTRSDAY, JAWARTW, Revolutionary Look For 1952 r as/i/ons, Says Designer Adrian •V BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (*>—The A»«rte» e*n ml t»ured that Uady'a wardrobe will not be revo- tloniud by any more 'looks' in Ml. Th»« eomtortlng new« eomes cm Gilbert Adrian, vhose dress eatloru havt been worn by most ollywood (lamer queens. "I think that American women av« outgrown any 'looks' that ight ba put over on them," hf emsrked. "If there Is any nota- « style In 1952 It will be the rysUlltzaUon o! all the things hat American women have found radical through the years. "After all, American women lead much different life from Euro>e»n women. That la why they annot follow European styles. h« American woman Is active; drives a car, takes part In x>rt« and travels a great deal 'herefor*. her clothes must be treamllned so they can be packed or travel and uncluttered EO they •on't get in the way. Hem Line Remains 'I predict the hem-Hue will remain where it is—[rom 13 to 14'.4 nches from the floor, or' about n the middle of the calf. Ex|i«ri- nce proved that is the best length, shorter skirt Is unflattering, and longer one is unwieldy." "What about the plunging nsck- ,ne?" I asked, somewhat avidly. "That will continue to be a mater of taste, as it always has," ie replied. "Women who can and nt to wear « low neckline will do so; others will not. There is nothing new about decolletage; women have been using It for cen- uries. It was merely brought Into he limelight when many women n television used it. because the camera focuses attention on the upper part of the body." Low Neckline* Retract? Does he, as a designer, resent t when a low neckline detracts Tom his gowns? "Not In the least. Sorne women can look very attractive that way." Adrian designed gowns at MOM n the glamor days o( Oarbo, Searer and Crawford. He recently re- -urned there to put on a fashion show In "lovely to Look At." When saw htm in his scented salon, he was surrounded by bolts ot cloth aiid preparing for his own showing of spring fashions. The designer has long coiubattert Parisian dictates and was an opponent of the late, unlamentcd "New Look." He remarked: 'The French were out of the running during the war years. When the »ar wai over, they tried focut attention on themselves. They threw out everything we had ? ound practical over the years and Bubetituted skirts that reached to the ground, padded and drooping dre&sej. No "New Look' "It was a clever promotion, but American women will not fall for >uch a scheme again. They cannot afford to completely make over 'heir wardrobes. And they will not jo for fashions unsuited to modern living. We have weeded our fashion garden." . Will the New Year bring any fashion changes for men? "There will be further advances in summer and sports wear, making them more comfortable and colorful," he replied. "But I don't think there will be any changes in the standard uniform of the business euit," Coming Events 'fhurtdaj Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church has potluclt supper meeting at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Adolph Hcinlcke. Mrs. Ney Hunt and Mrs. Roy Wert, co-hostesses. Dupllcste Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p-m. Friday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Joe Freeman, 1605 Hearn. Mrs. Doyle Henderson hostess to Friday Contract Club. La Finesse meets with Mrs. J Whitney Morgan. Saturday Square'dancing at Counlry'Club beginning at 8 p.m. , Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma has 6:30 p.m. politick dinner at home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman, with Mrs. Oeorgotwiggs, co-hostess. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. THAT An toy Tt SM You, too, may not b* abk to hid* that tfnd, «rvoua, jittery look each month BO matter how much make-up" you uae. K««p your secret sate during ''thole" day«-don't be th. one girl In Uire. who ahowi th« itrain from ttU-tale ntrvei and cramp* - ha« "that took".' .i. T>k * pardui. • *P*tM mcdkin* tnut»d by thouiandi of wonwn, «irl» to help insure against ,,"*"'«• and olh«r lipa of monthly many. A lilt. Cardul each day helps build itaergth K remittance may be greater each month,nervousn«« ?"i *"?'T m * !•" * aA le *- Look mor « natural- Je«l and al«p UtUr. Aik your dealer for CarduL I UUi tt tfmi ti C A R D U I \MontMr Crampt'Chanyt at Uf» Read Courier News Classified Ads. RUTH M1LLETT Baptist Rally Is Planned For Feb. 22 in Osceola The Mississippi County Bajjll Association will conduct a rally at the First Baptist Church in Osceola Feb. 22 it wni announced tcday by B. It. Bridges, executive secretary ol the Ai-kaiisas Baptist State Convention. The roily will be held In connection with the series of forty rienimi- inatiooiO rallies being planned throughout the state by the Arkansas Baptist State Convention for Feb. 12-22. The Rev. Percy Herring is pastor of the host church. Mental Maturity Increases Her Chance for Remarriage By RUTH MILLETT. NEA Staff Writer A divorcee writes: "I am engaged to be married, but I am almost afraid to go ahead, as in the hvo years since my divorce I have come to realize that I could probably have held my first marriage together, if I had not Jet my pride, my temper, and hurts shove me into a divorce. What chance does a woman who wasn't" too bright about her marriage have of making a second marriage n success?" That depends on the jvorrian, and what she learned from her 1 experience. Judging from your letter U sounds as though you have every chance of making a happy second marriage. Why? Because you have matured in the past two years. You have grown \ip enough so that you can see some of the blame for the marriage failure was yours. What is more, you are honest enough to admit It. Adult Altitude Augers Success With that kind of adult attitude, you will undoubtedly work much harder to make marriage -work with your second husband than you did with your first. You have also found out how foolish it is for a woman to 1 let pride nnd temper drive her to the divorce courts. Certainly you should never make that mistake again. So have happiness. Don't be ashamed of your pasl mistakes, but be jirouci that you have learned from them and that you need never make the same mistakes again, That is the courageous attitude to take toward living. By Sue Burnett Top? <". charm for » junior miss! A slunnlng frock for special dales that 1ms lots of clever detail— stamt-up collar, row of tiny buttons, twin pockets accenting the full skirt Pattern No. M14 is s sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 11, 12, 13, 14. 16, 18. Sires 12, cap sleeve, 4H yards of 39-inch. For this paliern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, .ize desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, III For this pattern, send 30o In COINS, your name, address, ilze clCJlred, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News S72 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, Moose Club ACTIVITIES THURSDAY . . Chicken & Dumplings FRIDAY , . Regular activitie* SATURDAY . . Informal Dance SUNDAY . . Open House for Members and Guests IVU JANUARY SHOE CLEARANCE SALE is going strong! Yon still have (he opportunity (o take advantage of these terrific savings on nationally Rrlvcrlised shoes. Ladies' Dress Shoes by Vitality and Tweedic, only S7.95 for values lo 13.05; Ladies Casual and Dress Shoes by Life Stride, only $4.95 for values (o $13.95! Children's Shoes by Buster Brown, only S3..J5 for values to $7.95! Shoes Displayed on Racks and Tables, only $2.95! Also, you'll find first quality sheer nylons for only fiSc a pairl SAMPLE SHOES Sample Dress & Oxfords by Vitality and Twecdic. You'll really save on these.. .if you ( wear a 4B or 4'/ z BI 95 Good Shows & Hosiery null, doubting yoursell. Yon a right to a second chance at Frostbite f jcperts Set To Check on Cold Gl's HEW YORK (AP) - The Army will send a Cold Injury Team of frostbite experts to Camp Drum, formerly Pine damp, to insure the safely of Gl's under conditions ot extreme cold exposure during the winter maneuver, Exercise Snowfall, scheduled to start Feb. 9. .The live-man team from the Army Medical Research Laboratory supervised treatment of frostbite victims last year in Japan. The troops will be examined Iretorohand and those found susceptible to frostbite will not be exposed to dangerous extremes ot cold. The tcnm will also indoctrinate troops in precautionary cold weather safety measures. "Sea Colrt" i 1 There is gold In sea water, but the average concentration of the precious metal, In several thousand samples analyzed, has been fount! to be only three one-millionths of an ounce to the ton TO YOUR CLOTHES YOUR CLOTHES LONGER ... KEEP THAT "SHOWCASE" LOOK Send us your finest fabrics, your costliest linens with worry. . ;we will return them to you gently but thoroughly laundered. . .and pressed perfectly by our skilled operators. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 I.lslcn to KLCN »t 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. dally for our program announcements Box Office Phone Z7S2 Office Phone 6908 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Thursday & Friday Paramount News & Shorts Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Thursday & Friday ALFRED HtTCHCOWS Strangers^frain A WMHCW Buos, rtcrum —Plus- Betsy McCall -and •• ~ i Go To A Wedding In January McCal.'s Love Dresses found exclusively at Hays Store in Blytheville are listed on page 124 in your January McCall Magazine Betsv McCall FLOWER GIRL DRESS and others all special enough to wear to any party. Good cotton, good strong construction. Nice hems. Low prices! Size 3-6X, 7 to 14 4 95 to 6 95 ZOO E. MAIN ST.

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