The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 6, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLrnnSYTLLE (ARK.) COURIER Jane Sheltoru Society Editor Phont 4461 Sorority Chapter Entertained In Club Green Room A dessert bridge canasta in th Oreen Hoom of the Country Clu last night entertained members o the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Bet Sigma Phi. Mrs. W. J. Pollard, a chapte •ponsor, was hostess for the occa sion. The rustic mantel of the room held a blooming potted plant. Miss Frances Sue Bright too first honors in the bridge game while second hifih was won by Mrs Joseph W. McHaney and brldg went to Mrs. Roy Lee Kirksey. Mrs. Max Harrison took firs place In the canasta gome and sec ond high went to Mrs. Ben Cooper Birthday Marked In Caruthersville A party for 52 guests Saturday In the Woman's Club Building at Ca- ruthcrsvilie marked !he 15th birthday of Shelby Jean Mayo, daugh- . ter ot Mr. arid Mrs. Wesley Mayo. The evening was spent In games fortune telling nn<l dunclng, wltl Jerry McClanahan and Charlcno King winning prizes. Assorted party foods. Iced drinks •nd birthday cake were later served Tuesday Bridge Club Has Meeting The Tuesday Bridge Club and ttu-ee guests yesterday attended a dessert bridge at the West Walnut Street home of Mrs. O. Murray Smart. Mrs. Russell C. Fnrr, Mrs. O. Modinger and Mrs. Loy Welch were guests Invited to meet with the oiub. Adding a spring air were the clusters of colorful Jonquils and 8plre« which topped the small tables »t which the guests were sent*<l. . Mtt. Doyle Henderson ivon high wore and second high honors went to Mrs, Lloyd Bllckmon. Mrs. Clyde Lutes Is Club Honoree !*•£. Olayton Holder last night ^«* hoMess at her homo to mem- *••• ot the t. M. Birthday Club, •nd one guest for the monthly sup- Kte. Clyde Lutes was the club's bonoree and following dinner, the iwdltlonal birthday cake was cut •nt Krved with party foods. A Je« olotn overlaid the serv- tog table and potted plants cfcc- orwted the horns for the event. A group gift was later presented Mrs. Lutes and the evening was spent informally, She's One To Six The Rev. Jamci Miller Nazarene Church Begins Revival A revival meeting began las, nleht at (h« First Church of the Nazarene and will continue through The Rev. Janie.5 Miller, whose ncadquarters arc In Kansas City Mo., Is conducting the services each evening at 7:30 p. m. Special music will be presented at each service, church pastor, the Re> Royal Schullt announced. -aPetite, Guest Meet in Home Members of La Petite and one :uest,,Mrs. M. White, yester- lay played bridge at the home of Mrs; J. F. Mcntanclon, Mrs. White took first honors In he bridge game and second high *-ent to Mrs. F. E. Tjtlcy. Mrs. Jim =.lehl was brldgo winner. During the afternoon, Mrs. Mon Jintton served refreshment. Mrs, N. Whitis Entertains Club Spring blooms of colorful Jon- ulls and tulips were set about an ntortalnlng room of the Newton Vhltls home on West Walnut trect yesterday for the weekly Bft- rnoon of playing bridge of mcm- ers of the Trl-Town Club for rtilch Mrs. Whitis was hostess. Mrs. B. E. Green was the only uest and preceding the game Mrs, Vhltls served a salad course. Mrs. E. A. Teaford took first lace In the bridge game, while sec- nd high went to Mrs. B. M. Terry Table Howell Movement fayed by Club League A six-table Howell movement last Ight was played at the weekly ses- lon of the Country Club Dunll- at« Bridge League. First place honors went to Mrs nmuel F. Norrls and Mrs. o. W oppcdge. Tying lor second and third place ere Dr. and Mrs. H. C. 81ms »nd Irs. Russell Phillips and Frank [elson. 8795 16 fit. By Sue Burnett Just about the cutest suntircsJ and jacket pair you'll see for a young miss of one to six years. Colorful ric rac finishes Jacket and bare-arm dress—note the dainty shaped pockets. Pattern No, 8795 is a sew-rltc perforated pattern in sizes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6 years. Size 3. rircss I 1 ; .varris of 39-inch; Jacket, s yard. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, acidfcis. .-Ize desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Qulncy Street. Chicago 6. III. Let the Spring and bummer Issue Of Bnsic FASHION snilrie you In planning a smart, versatile wardrobe for a new season. Gift pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. Charity Dance at Hotel Aids Polio Drive A teen-agers dance in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble Saturday nlghb netted »25.75 for the current polio drive. The hotel management provided the room, foods and service during the evening to aid the current drive for funds. Approximately 125 gucote nUeijri- co' Ihe event. Muslr. tor the evening's dancing was provided by Day Amusement Co. A group ot parents of the guests also attended. Frank Seay underwent majo surgery yesterday morning at Mem phii Methodist Hospital. His con dltlon It reported as satlsfactor and he Is In Room 334. Mrs. Sea is with him. Mr. and Mrs. T Seay returned last night froi Memphis where they had been wit them. Miss Kay Colston, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Colston was Inl Mated Into Phi Mu aororlty Sun day afternoon in ceremonies at Ar Kansas State College, Jonesboro where she is a freshman. Mrs. J. w. Shlnn anrt children o Rogers, Ark,, are visiting Mrs Shlnn's mother and sister, Mrs Louise Walpole and Mrs. J 3 Etchleson »nd family for tw weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John D. McDowcl and sons, Johnny and Jimmy lef today for a two weeks trip through Florida. They will visit in St. Aug ustlnc. St. Petersburg, ocala, Lus burg, Miami and winter Haven. SBt. Jerry Griggs It spending I. days here with Mrs. Griggs aix children. Sgt. Griggs is stationed a Me Andrew Air Force Base, New fo'uidland. Mr, ana Mrs. Dan Burdge have arrived In Blytheville to make theli home and are temporarily residing at 226 Dougan Street. Mr. Burdge who was graduated Saturday froir the University of Arkansas will be associated with the law firm o Reid and Floy, Mrs. Burdge Is the former Miss Crete Moody, a former Blytheville resident. Oul-of-lmvn residents here yesterday for the funeral services o Coady D. Eaton were Mr. and Mrs H. W. Jcfferles of Little Rock. Mr nnd Mrs. Frnnk Peters and Mrs Elizabeth Vcrmilllon of Helena, Mr and Mrs. Bill Moore and Robert Peters of East, St. Lnuls, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pomcroy of Memphis Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Ealor), and sons Russell. Billy, and Joe, of Evansville, ind., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tyrone mid family of Slteton, Mrs •jeorge Cunningham, Mrs. Bennett 2ook and Mrs. Bill Lyles'of Ca- ruthersvllle and Mrs, Jack German of Steele. Oraily Mngee Is enroule from LJt- ,le Rock lo San Diego, Calif,, to begin his basic training with the Navy. He was motored to Little lock Sunday by his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Guy D. Magee of Manila and Mrs. Magee. Membership Drive Plans Discussed by Auxiliary Plans for concluding the current American Legion Auxiliary membership drive were discussed last night, at the Auxiliary's semimonthly meeting at the Hut. Mrs, M. A. MWdleton. president led the discussion of the 11 members attending, Officers reports were heard and the ISM year's worlc was reviewed. Trinity Baptist Class Has Monthly Meeting The monthly business meeting of -he Adult Ladles Bible Class o Trinity Baptist Church last night was held at the home of Mrs. V. D Overman,—— Scripture rending by Mrs. R. W Woolen opened the session tor the 1 members attending and follow- ng the business discussions, Mrs. J H. Robertson led In the adjourning "irayer. Refreshments were served In the octal hour following. Mrs. H. C. Buck Hostess To Half Moon WSCS Mrs. H. C. Buck last night was hostess nt her home to members oi the Half, Moon Methodist Women: Society of Christian Service whc attended the program session "Le Courage Rise With Danger." Mrs. O. M. Mitchell was program leader and the evening's devotional was given by Mrs. R. L,. Hnwklru Program participants were Mrs W. R. Light foot. Mrs. Buck anti Mrs. Mitchell. In the business discussion, plan; were made for attending the Prayer Retreat today In Wilson. Prayer by Mrs. Hawkins preceded the social hour In which the hostess served refreshments. Interior Decoration Will Be Discussed by Jimmy Deal Interior decorating a-ill be discussed tomorrow afternoon by Jimmy Deal, who has been Invited to speak at (he 3:30 p.m. session of the Home Department of the Womans Club. The group will convene at the club on West Main Street. ODTTOCOtD MISERIES -• 666 gives fad symptomatic BELIEF A Home-Cooked Mea! Away from Home... * SPAGHETTI* with Meat or Chicken Sauce • Hard Rolls • Coffee • Homemade Pie Tomorrow, Febr. 7 Served from 11 to 2 , A x/ — __ _,,,,, and 5:30 to 3 p.m. JAYCEE CLUB $1.00 for adults — Children under 12, 50c Sponsored by St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (Visit the Bazaar Booth when you come) WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY «, 1991 woven tuck The bell < H-W. cu ™ u«v.- without frills. Blouse Is in Swiss Spring Blouses Have Frilly, Feminine Air for Milady R r *"1 i If r nti*-- * c? .... ___ ' By GAILE DTJGA8 NBA Woman's Editor NEW YORK -(NEAI— The very dellnil« change in the appearance _ blouse Is , a maucr of sleeves. It's the Gibson Girl blouse that's getting attention, with Its Jrilly, feminine Career Girl Apt to Find Herself Middle-Age Failure, Says Author By UOROTHV ROE Associated Press Women'j Editor The woman who concentrates all her efforts on getting ahead in a career Is likely to wise up at middle age lonely, dissatisfied, unhappy—and something of a phony. So says Ernestine GiSbreth Carey co-author of the two best-sellers 'Cheaper by the Dozen" and 'Belles on Their Toes," who has lust ivrltten her first novel, ' Jurnp- 'ng Jupiter." Says she: "Scmetlme.5 I loolt out my kltch- ;n window In Manhasset. Long u- and, and se« a smartly groomed career gal leap into her shiny roadster and zoom off to work. As I go back lo my dish washing, I'm inclined to «igh 'Ah, that's the life-' "But then i stop and reassure nyself thus: 'When she does get to her office she's going to be In a rat race all day, and one day she's gong to wake up and find that she's not as well-stacked as she used to ie, and that has passed her by. While the gal who's a lousewife Is still going to have a big strong man to look after her and tell her she'* beautiful, whether she is or not." 1 Joint Cartera Mrs. Carey, daughter of the fab- ous Lillian Gllbreth who managed to run a successful career as an efficiency engineer and raise 12 ihlldren at the same time, has play- id both the role of career girl and housewife, singly and together. A department store buyer for 15 •cars, Mrs. Carey retired from her oh after publication of the first book about the Incredible Gllbreth 'amily—-mit writing and lecturing :cep her about as busy a.s before, ler new novel tells a sometimes a department store toy buyer and ol "Jumping Jupiter," the gallop- Ing goat on which the rode to success. But she says: "The politics of big business, the Jockeying for position, the jealousies and the cut throat competition among executives are not conducive to warm, human trails. Unless a woman has a strong character, built up from childhood, she's likely to become ruthless. Insincere and something of a phony under such pressures." Mrs. Carey U not one of those, however, who preach the inllexible doctrine that "woman's place is In the home.' says she: > Place In Home "A married woman with a family is In no danger of being engulled by any Job. She has so many other things to think about that the Job never gets too important. It's the unmarried girl who passes up every chance of normal happiness to ect ahead in her career who stirs my sympathy. "I think (lie most successful career women are those with a normal family life-and I hold no truck with those who claim that a smart woman cnn't bold down a job and run a household at the same time without slighting either." Mrs. Carey has two children. Jill, 13, and Charles. 9. Both are normal nappy, well-adjusted youngsters who do not, feel neglected because mom held down a full-time job for most of their lives, and now has a full-fledged career as a writer. She has a rule of'life taught bv rier mother: "It Is the duty of every woman, as well as every man, to make full talent look and its voluminous sleeves. With these balloon, belled, lantern or leg-of-mutton sleeves there's a new, natural shoulder line, often a dropped shoulder. Mast wearable with suits is the lantern sleeve that has fullness Just above the elbow The more frilly the blouse, the better It looks with quilted skirt* or rkirls with a petticoat air. Sleeve ruffs and fancy cuffs are nearly as important as the Gibson Girl styling. Neat, small black bows trim necklines and set off lace detailing. Most often, tries- blouses are done in silky Swiss batiste or In organdy that's permanently crisp. These have appeal because of their fresh, cool look and their wash- ability. Novelty voiles and striped shirt- Ings get emphasis and eo does woven-tuck sheer cotton that seems to be pleated. Blouse trim this year is borrowed from lingerie or baby dresses and Impart* a sweet, girlish air. Actress Does Doubt* Duty in Theatrical Study tor Career NEW YORK (/TV-Going from understudy to actually playta* a part on-stage Is a bis step for' an actress, but trying to do both at oncn adds up to an awful lot of steps. At least it has for Elaine Strllch. Miss Stritch understudies Ethel Merman in "Call Me Madam." and has her own understudy in the recent revival of "Pal Joey.- Before each performance of the Merman hit she must report to the Imperial Theater to make sure the star Is able to appear. Then she zips to the Broadhurst Theater for her second- act "Zip" number In "Pal Joey." If Miss Merman should lur- up ">ick, Miss Stritch takes over, with the letter's understudy moving into the "Pal Joey" spot, Miss Stritch really had a time when "Pal Joey" played a week in New Haven In December. One Wednesday matinee she had to make to round trips between New Haven and New York to take ukre of both her assignments. Here's refreshment, real refreshment To play refreshed Coming Events Wednesday Mrs. Charles Langston honoring Club I with luncheon-bridge. Thursdiy Home Department of Womans Club his 2:30 p.m. meeting at club on West Main Street. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe hostess to TLE Club. Thursday Contract entertained by Mrs. p. D. Foster. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Jim Smart. Mrs. Aubrey Conway hostess to Mld-Week Club, Mrs. Newton Whitis entertaining La Nueve. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m Friday Rebeccah Lodee No. 18 has ^ p.m. meeting at odd Fellow Hall. Mrs. Klla Tinton of Corning, state president will be a guest. Alpha Delta Cliapler of Be'a Sigma Phi has 2:30 p.m, meeting with Mrs. Henry Dodrt, 1117 Holly. DKG sororily has dinner-Initia- tion at »:M p.m. k> OofeoW of Hotel Noble. Saturday Duplicate Bridge Leagu* pltf* at Hotel Noble at 1:90 p.m. Informal danclnc M Club at 8 pm. At tlx Hospitals BlrthevlU* Ro«ptt«l Dismissed: Mrs. Lynmn Henson, City. Will! Ho»plt»1 Dismissed: Mrs. E. B. Beall, City. iHrs. Pauline HtUsey and biby, Bt. 2. Long Road to Education Practiced by Teen-Ager * INDIO. Calif. (AP) — Fifteen- year-old Hatton Adams drives 8S miles every day to attend school. The high school sophomore Uvei with his family at an Isolated desert water-pumping station. Until lie was given a special driver's license last year his mother had to make the 85-mile round trip—twice a day. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 _ Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1 :4S — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday KHz Guests to See: "Annie of the Indies" Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Lutz & Family Mr - & M«. Ralph Nichols and Family LAST TIMES TODAY A!so Selected Short Subjects Ritx Guests fo See "Distant Drums" Mr. & Airs. R. E. BInylock and Family Mr. & Mrs. Bnfonl Young and Family THURSDAY & FRIDAY WARNER BRos.»»«m . m ARY COOPER. — MARI ALDON »--.(MiSiSOi-lWJDNfiAO'W •—- Paramount News & Short "The Haunted Cat" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts -TTT-: 7 '°0 P.m. Admission 9c and 30c at All 'Pimes tost Times Tonitc! PAL N/T£.' 2 Admitted for the Prree of Ori« Thirst keeps score, too. It iclls you when it's refreshinent time ... your tasle tells you what to choose. lOIHtD UMDM »t,THO»ur OF THI COO-COl* COMPANY Ir COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE 'l a r«i»'if«r«rf rrnrta lain I © 1953, TVE COCO-COU ' THURSDAY, FRIDAY — PAL NITCS! 2 Admitted for the Price of One MM S Mi I »MT ERS1U Also Cartoon "Red Schoc! Mouse" and 2 REEL COMEDY

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