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January 24, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PA9R BLT1HBT1LLB (ABIC.) COURIER XKW8 (9 . J. exxxefa Shelton, Society Editor 4r Mrs. R.C.Allen Is Club Hostess Sirs. R, C. Allen yesterday enter- .tained at her Chtckasawba Avenue home with a dessert bridge entertaining members of Club Eight. Vases of orchids decorated the entertalrSlig room In wliich the guests were seated and completing (tie party setting were bowls of cyclamens. In the bridge game, Mrs. Graham Sucibury won high score. Second high honors went to Mrs. H. Q. Parllow, with Mrs. Jesse M. White winning bridgo. Deltonian Chapter Meet's at Hotel Discussion sessions followed by luncheon yesterday highlighted the lii-monthly meeting of the Delto- nian Chapter ot the Delphian Society at. Hotel Noble. The first discussion period was under the direction of Mrs. W. D. Cobb, who selected for her subject, "Human Organism." Mrs. Joe Atkins spoke on "Man and His Background," while Mrs. Russell Hays selected "Physiological Differences." Mrs. Ben Hall discussed "Man's Nervous System," and Mrs. J. W. Rayder spoke on "A Oreat Time Saver." Mrs. William Wyatt concluded the discussions with "Endocrine Glands." The second portion of study was directed by Mrs. O. W. Garrlgan. The topic was "Reproduction, Heredity and Growth" and was opened by Mrs. J. p. Garrott, who spoke on. "How We Came Into Being." Mrs. Matt Monaghan discussed "How Cells Divide" and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe spoke on "Heredity In Operation," Mrs. Oliver Coppedge selected »s her subject, "How Sex Is Determined" and Mrs. Jesse Homer closed the program portion with the subject, "How Embryos Develop." A Valentine motif had been chosen for the luncheon setting and topping the serving table was a bowl of white blooms wrapped In scarlet and tied In white. The place cards further suggested the holiday season. Mrs. Seal Gesell «nd Mrs. K. W. Wylle were In charge ol arrange, merit* for the occasion. Ten-y Wisdom Marks Birthday Terry Dale Wisdom marked his fourth birthday' W 1th"«> party, tor 11 guests at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs.,J. B. Wisdom, lion- day. The afternoon was spent Informally during which favors of can- day and gum were presented. The birthday cake, with It* four lighted candles was cut and served with party foods »nd iced drinks. Mrs. Wisdom was assisted by Miss Vemell Earp. Mrs. Dick Watson Entertains Club Mrs. Dick Watson selected a Valentine motif to predominate in the decorations of her home last night for the bi-monthly dessert bridge of the High Two club for which she was hostess. Mrs. w. J. Cupples was the only guests Invited to play with the group and in the bridge game high More honors went to Mrs. Bernard Daggers. Mrs. Herman Besharse won second high honors. ( The chosen theme was repeated in the tallies and plncecarcls used. Are You A HaHSizeTT" fctA IEAVING FOR GERMANY TO MAKE HOME—Mrs. Erwln Mitchell and three children, Ronnie, Carol and jeanettc Jenn McParland (stand- Ing) will leave New York Monday by plane for Augsberg Germany to join Lt. Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell is the former Miss Imogcne Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Smith of Armorel and has made her home with her parents st intervals during the past year while Lt. Mltohell Is In service. The flight Is scheduled to take 30 hours and the group will be In Germany two years. H. F. Sharp Addresses Lange PTA; JointStudy Course Is Conducted 'What Makes America Great?"] was the topic discussed by H. F. Sharp, minister of the Church of Christ, when he addressed the 01 members of Lsnge Parent-Teachers Association yesterday at the monthly meeting at the school. Preceding the general meeting, the Executive Board of the Association convened and immediately following, a study course wns jointly held for the PTAs of the elemen- tary schools, Siidbury, Central and Laiigc. Mrs. C. W. Wylie wns leader for the course, "Helping to Build Children's Morale." In the general session of Lange PTA following, Mrs. J. C. Droke conducted the business discussions. Following the adjournment the fourth grade mothers were hostesses for a social hour In which refreshments were served. Shower Is Given At Hall Residence Layette gifts were presented Mrs. A, A. Fredrlckson last night at the party given In her honor nt the Frank Hall residence on chickasaw- ba. Avenue. Mrs. Allen McCune and Mrs. Hall were co-hostesses for the event. ' . . Mrs. Lowell Snider and Mrs. E. C. Skein were prize winners in the party games. Gifts for the honoree were presented from a small cradle and after, they had been displayed, the hostesses served a dewcrt course. Club, 3 Guests Meet for Bridge The Town and Country Club and three guests yesterday played bridge at the Roselnnd home of Mr;. B. C. Rose. Mrs. A. G. Hall, Mrs. John C. McKaney and Mrs. C. F. Tucker were guests with the club and for the occasion the reception and entertaining rooms were adorned with bouquets ol blooms mid potted plants. Mrs. C. Modlnger took high score in the bridge game, with second high going to Mrs. A. B. Reese. The hostess served refreshments. At the Hospitals Blythevillo Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. B. Cox and baby, Etownh Luncheon Given or Club, Guest Luncheon at the Country Club followed by an afternoon of playing bridge yesterday honored members ot ihn Wednesday Club and one fnest. • Mrs. Daker Wilson was hostess for the 1 p.m. event. The singleMong table at which the luncheon RuesU were seated was centered with n. Spring bouquet of Jonquils. Bridge was later played by the club and guest, Mrs. Helen Sanders, with Mrs. Charles Rose winning high score and Mrs. E. J. Cure second high. PEG Chapter Has Luncheon-Meet Chapter "D" of PEG yesterday met at the C. S.-Lemons home for lunrheon-session. Mrs. T. J. Motion and Mrs. Lem- oas were hostesses to the 13 chapter members attending. Luncheon wns served from the rtinitMT table which held chrysanthemums as Its central design. The proilp later was seated in an entertaining room which was adorned with juponlca blooms for the program. "My Favorite Women" given by Mrs. James C. Guard. Mrs. C. S. Lemons, chapter president, presided. Mr, iJid Mrs. Fred Bean are In MtmpftU today. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Shearin »nd daughter, Kay left Tuesday /or th«!i new home near Paragoutd. They formerly resided at lisa West Ash Stieet. Mrs. Bay .Whlltlngton will leave tonight for Oakland, Tcnn., to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. D. A. Nelms. Mrs. Whlt- tlnjton will leave by plane Saturday for New York where she will take a plane to Bermuda to Join Sgt. Whlttlnglon. who Is stationed at Klndley Air Force Bare. Dr. Cost] sallba has returned to his home in Atlanta. Oa.. after visiting here with his aunt, Mrs. J. A. Saliba and Dr. Sallba. Preston Matthews ol St. Louis Is here visiting his sister. Mrs. John Bourland. Condition of Mrs. Bourland, who has been III is reported as improving. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lambert, Miss Josephine Jarrett, Mlfs Bobbie Jean Seymore and Miss oertrude , Jel- icrles left this afternoon for Monroe. La., to be the weekend guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Daniel Stafford. The Rev. Mr. Stafford Is a former minister of the First Church of the Nazarene In Blytheville. Mrs. Ted Lyster and son. Johnny ett this morning for Lake Charles, La., to be with Lt. Lyster. who Is leaving In several weeks for an overseas assignment. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Leo Swift. Jr., announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Jan. 18 at Walls Hospital. She has been named Jlm- mle Louise. Mrs. Swift is the former Miss Louise Younger. MIJS Jessie Srite and Mrs. Frank Whitworth are spending a week In Dallas, Tex. They arc visiting friends and while there Miss Srite also Is attending the market. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 19M "OPTIMISTIC look" Is liatr-stylisl Aubrey says *v achieves with his "Spindle" line. "ARROW" line by Gulllaume sweeps hair to top of hrad, utilizes bias "feather *dfe" cul. Paris Hairstyles for 1952 Are Brief with Soft, Feathery Curls Members Attend Demonstration Club Meet Eleven members of the Dogwood Elome Demonstration Club yesterday met at the club for the bimonthly session, which opened with prayer by Mrs. Lucille Webb and n devotional by Airs. Bill Cable. Each member answered the roll call by giving some yard improvement plan and the afternoon's eye opener shown was purses and billfolds made by the members. Mrs. Gertrude Hollman, county home demonstration agent discussed scrap craft and following the club adjournment a social hour was held in which refreshments were served by Mrs. Louise Payne, who was hostess for the afternoon. Door prlre went to Mrs. Holiman. By ROSETTE HARGROVE NT.A Staff Correspondent PARIS—Time was when a woman's "crowning glcry" meant Ion;;, thick tresses which never were touched by the hairdresser's scissors—except of course when -she renounced the world to enter a convent. Today a Paris coiffeur can scarcely resist the impulse to shear olf these locks. The master hairdressers who dictate feminine hair styles seem to think no woman can claim to be chic unless her head is made to look as small as possible. But while short hair still remains the only solution for busy and practical-minded women, It Ls amusing to note that the experts who make the headlines go fro great lengths to launch styles which give the impression of long hair, Guillaume, who counts crowned and uncrowned heads among his fashionable clientele, has two new nt Country Club. Supper will be served at 7:30 p.m. and will be followed by dancing. lines for 1952—the "Rnmd" and the "Arrow" lines. The first gives width at ea:h side of th3 face. The second sweeps the hair to the top of the head. Both are made possible by subtle methods of cut. There is also the "Paoda" which cuts the hair in terraces and thins the ends to form "comma" curls. Incidentally, tight or Hat curls are out mcded. The latest mood is for curls as soft and feathery as a baby's. The "Oglval" cut, which gives a rounded form to the head, is achieved by cutting away inside the hair leaving the outside layer intact. Guillaume is aLw an rxponent of the "Feather-edge" cut which is done on the bias. In any case hair is seldom worn longer than six or seven inches after Guillaume gets through, and usually between two to three inches for the short-short hair-dcs. Pernand Aubrey launches the "Feather," "Crest" and "Flat" hair cuts. All three features almost straight hair which is given the upswept movement, sometimes brushed into a s.iicoth crest-like roll at Coming Events Thursday , Fidelis Class ot First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at I the home of Mrs. W. E. Wnllnce 1010 Holly. Phcbean Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the church, with potluck supper and white elephant party. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m. Friday Woman's Club has 2:30 p.m. meeting at Club on West Main Street preceded by 2 p.m. Executive Board session. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Saturday Buffet supper and dancing In Osceo/a... CALL Harold Siler at Siler's Drug Store for everyday delivery of the Blytheville Courier News "ROUND" line by Guillaume gives fullntu on tach side of the Jixt Vllh tenthtrj curls. the back ot the head. A master in the art of make-up also, coiffeur Aubrey lav:rs the uo- ward movement which molds the face in triangular effect. Eyebrows are antennae-shaped, and much thicker ihan before, rouge Is applied to cheek and lips Rubber Plonker* Face Killing 'By Mistake' KUANTAN, P»harg, Malaya (*) —Rubber planters In this troubled *rei stand a, good chance of getting «hot—either-by Irienrt or foe. Not long «go s. Peter James, « Ceylonese estate conductor, went out to chase off a herd of elephants. Sharpshooters of a Malay Jungle squad, thinking that h« might be a Red terrorist, shot him dead from ambush. An Investigation was ordered Into this case, the latest In a series resulting from nerrom security forces acting on the precept that In this kind of warfare It Is .better to shoot first and ask questions later. Clock Didn't Pay OH For Illinois Gamblers HOCK ISLAND. III! <AP> — Gambling here has turned to clocks. Police arrested a tavern keeper here, who pleaded guilty and was fined 550 as a keeper of a gaming house alter a woman appeared at the police station to complain slie has been gambling on an electric clock at the tavern but was denied her winnings. The clock has a dial which spins every minute. Presumably, the player bets on numbers from 1 to 12 or on colors superimposed on the numbers. to fellow I'--; genr-.-c-l tr-n j . while all features rre c!car|y deliiie: t ti, no longer blurred or melting cne into the other. It gives an "optimistic, happy look," he says. Listen to. KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily . for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. . Continuous Showir.g Everyday FOR ADDITIONAL ENTERTAINMENT AT THE R1T2. ENJOY OUR NEW IMPROVED TELEVISION, installed two weeks ago. EVERYONE IS SAYING IT IS THE BEST RECEPTION IN TOWN. Thursday & Friday Cub Scouts Will Meet Al Church of Christ Cub Scour Pack 223 will meet tonight at the Church of Christ build- Ing on West ^Jain, it was announced tcrtay. The- sr.«lon will begin nt 7:30 p.m. FRANK LOVEJOY Thursday & Friday—Double Feature iROH By Sue Burnett If you are. you're certain to be pleased with this charming daytime frock designed especially lor you on classic lines. Collar and pocket are i softly shaped; use novelty buttons for trim. Tor this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett. Courier News 372 w. Qulncy Street, Chicago S, Pattern No. 8773 Is a ww-rlte perforated pattern In sizes m 16'6, 18>£, 20H. 52H and 24Vi' Size 16£, 4V! yards of SJ-lntli. it's Whitsitt's 'Because You Like Smart Things' Clara s Shop Dollar Saving DRESS SALE! 2 Groups—All First Quality 3.88 4-88 Ladies All Wool SWEATERS Clar \cross The SI reel from the floff Hole! W ~ " Ti-anny; * Inomas •«fi-.... MICHAjEL CURT!2>—"*«*- »«•• »"*• Paramount News, Cartoon & Sport Reel Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts b 7:00 p.m. Admission at All Times 9c & 30c (Tax Incl.) — Plus— 1HI UNI IIDCt HOIS, MAX! mt US TOWN 0 ' Theater Books Make the Perfect Gift $2.50 Each COMING SOON TO THE TEXAS CARNIVAL !n Technicolor, with Red Skelton and Esther Williams MY FAVORITE SPY with Bob Hope and Hedy Lamarr DISTANT DRUMS in Technicolor, with Gary Cooper. HONG KONG, in Technicolor, with Ronald Reagan and Rhonda Fleming. LONE STAR with Clark Gable and Ava Gardner WESTWARD THE WOMAN with Robert Taylor and Denice Darcel STARLIFT, in Technicolor, (All Star Cast) including Doris Day, Ruth Roman and Frank I.ovcjoy. ENJOY THESE FINE PICTURES AT THE NEW R1TZ IN COMFORT AND BEAUTIFUL SURROUNDINGS. SMOKING LOGE — TELEVISION LOUNGE- CRY ROOMS — ANY SEAT IN THE HOUSE WILL GIVE YOU A FULL VIEW OF THE SCREEN.

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