The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 11, 1952
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PAGE FOUR JLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW8 Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Valentine Party for 720 Guests One of Season's Largest Events One of the largest parties of the mid-winter social whirl for Plythe- ville's social eet was the luncheon, bridge-canasta in the Mirror Room o! Hotel Noble honoring 120 guest* this weekend. Mrs .Paul Piyor, Mrs. S. C. Owens, Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. L. E. Baker were hostesses for the event, for which they had chosen a Valentine motif. The mirrors of the large room were transformed into Jac-y oiri- fashloned red and while valentines and completing the pmy setting were heart clusters tinted to glistening silver and white. The table on which the gifts later presented the prize winners were arranged, held s centerpiece of scarlet carnations interspersed with small white hearts held In greenery. Small lacy red valentines centered with burning red tapers topped each of the small tables set about the room. The scorcpads and tallies used In the game.5 following luncheon were handmade red hearts adorned in sparkling white. Mrs. Ralph Nichols took high score honors In the bridge game with second high going to Mrs James C. Guard and third honors to Mrs. Raymond Schmuck. Mrs Biws SUinton took top honors in the canasta game, and second high was won by Mrs. E. D. Thomas. Mrs missell c. Farr won the lucky valentine prize. Included in the guest list was Mrs. Bob McKtp.non of Manila. Variety Club Names Officers Earn Haynes assumed duties as president of the Variety Club, a supper dance group, Saturday night at the monthly party at the Jaycee Chib. Bernard Jagsers Is retiring club president. A Valentine theme was chosen by hosts and hostesses, Mr, and Mrs. Gene Lanham and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Odom. The 35 members and guests spent the evening in dancing after which a buffet supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovnll, Jr., wero guests of the group nnd new members accepted into the club were Mr. nnd Mre. Kempcr Bruton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson. Other officers named to serve •were Bill Hutson. vice president; >Irs. Haynes, secretary and James Nebhufc, treasurer. Wonderfully Versatile By Sue Burnett Here is a good looking frock Is young in spirit and so charming • for general wear all season. Shaped yoke is accented with novelty buttons—note the clever new pockets. Pattern No. 8758 is a «.w-rite pch- loratcd pattern in sizes 12. 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size H, 4Vi yards of 35-inch. For this pattern send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size dcilrcd, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for Spring and Summer contains a we?.lth of sewing suggestions for stretching your clo'.hes budget. Girt pattern "printed Inside. Send 25 cents today. Stiff Ylu Up *~ c -< •^••* / f Its so easy to relieve coughs and stufnness of colds in a hurry this home-proved TiPf ' v; with 2 spoonfuls of Vicks VapoRiib in a vaporizer or in a bowl ot bollinc water as directecHnpackage. Just breathe In the steam 1 Every single breath carries VapoRub's soothing medications deep into throat and large bronchial tubes. It medicates Irritavod membranes, helps restore normal breathing. -For coughs or upper bronchial congestion there's nothing like using Vicks VapoRub in steam. For continued relief .•>'ways rub it on throat, chest and \ bach. W VAPORUB 250 Guests Attend Formal Dance Approximately 250 members of the teen-age set attended the formal dance in the Mirror Rcom of Hotel Noble Saturday night, whicl: was given in celebrating, of <^': approaching Valentine holiday. Sue nnd Liie Owens, twin daugli tcrs of Mr. and Mrs, B. C. Owens, Susan Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore and Martha An White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jcssee M. White were hostesses for the event. Red and white valentines adorned the mirrors of the room and suspended about the walls were large white nnd silver'hearts. Sandwiches, iced drinks and par- mcnt table topped ivith a low bowl from which extended small white hearts set in scarlet carnations. Included In the guest list was former Blythcville resident. Buddy Van Hooser of Jonesboro. Parents of the hostesses attended the affair. Bridal Shower Given in Home Miss Maxlne Manley, bride-elect of Robert Walker, son of Mrs. Pernie Walker of Birmingham, Ala., was honored Saturday nt a miscellaneous shower given at the home ot Mr, -and Mrs. Doword Tatum. A corsage oJ while .cm-notions' was presented the honoree from the hostesses, Mrs. J. F. Owen one! Miss Dixie Button. In the games conducted, Miss Ola Bea Manley and Mrs. Tntum were prize winners. After the gifts had been displayed, the hostesses served refreshments. Miss Moss Will be Guest 31 Demonstration Club Miss Elizabeth Moss. REA home "conomlst, will demonstrate the use Jf small electrical home appliances Wednesday afternoon at the 2:30 i.m. meeting of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club. The session will be held at the clubhouse on Highway 61, South. 3ancl Mothers' Meeting "las Been Postponed The monthly meeting of the Bind Mothers originally planned for to- ntght at the high school has been roatponeri. Robert Lipscomb, band director announced Lcday. The session will be held next Monday night at the school at 7:30 ! p.m. Marriage Licenses The following couple Saturday obtained a marriage license at the office of the county clerk, Mrs Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Richard L. Thompson and Miss Mclba Smith, both of Nashville. At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed : Paul Dpan Pankey, city. Mrs, John HollsngfH-orth and baby. city. TUSSY CLEANSING CREAMS J2 'i?c (8 oi.) $125 S3.SO size (16 n;.) *225 allfnifrj [.lut hie ua-uinEn CF.F.A^SINC CREAM Kicli'ifn' ""' emollient oils, leaves skin dewy Ctcsli. to your type., .save! WOODS DRUG STORE Ulylheville Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. w. c. Shearln and daughter, Kay, o! ParagouJd were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Edwin Stubbleflcld. Miss Sophie Meyers of Memphis a former Ulythevillc resident, is visiting here U'ith friends. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson and son, Terryl, of Poplar Bluff were Sunday guests of friends. They arc former Blythcville residents, Neville BlaJwmorc Is reported In satisfactory condition at his home where he has been confined for several days nfter suffering a sprained ankle In a fnll at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cain have, ic- turned to their home In Memphis itftor having been the guest* of Mr ind Mrs. John Scctt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Houston Carter mrt cl.iughtcrs, Miss Lcona Carter mci Mrs. Clarence Cummlngs, Mr Ciimminrjs and sons. Clarence Wayne and Larry, spent Hie wcck- cnn In Poplar nluff nnd Wappa- pclo Darn. lp Edwin Wallace, son of Mr and VIre. w. E. Wallace has been nledg- :rito Sigma Clll fraternity at the University oi Arkansas, where he 1.5 1 frt'shman. Mr. and Mrs, Ixjuls Nicholas and IniiKhtoT, Sally Jo ot St.. Louis were >unclay guests of Mr. and Mrs T L. Tatum. Mr. antt Mrs. W. E. Wade an- lounce the birth of a daughter last night at Sknllcr's Clinic. She is their third child and has not beei) nnrnMi. Mrs. Ralph Candle U reporter! In in improved condition at her homo there she has been confined for a reck due to Influenza. Mr. and Mrs, II. G. Mcllaftey 55th Wedding Ann By Mr. and Mrs. H. A surprise luncheon-parly for family members, and several close friends yesterday marked the 55th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. AfcHaffey- of Shady Lane Road. The seven children of the couple C. O. McHaffey, Mrs. J. T. Hipp Murray McHaftey, Robert McHal- fey, Mrs. G. T. Gracy and John Hardley McHaffey, all of Blytheville, and Mrs. Schenley Wlndham of Boonevllle, Miss., all attended the affair. Mr, and Mrs. McHafley have iversary Marked G. McHaffey maae their home near Blytheville for 29 years, having moved here from Booneville, Miss. They are members of Lake Streeet Methodist Church. Following the luncheon the guests spent the aUernrxm informally during which che tiered pink cake, which was festooned In blossom dotted greenery was cut and served. Jonquil clusters decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. The couple has 17 grand-children and five great grandchildren. Powder Should Be Used Sparingly , AtlCIA HART NBA Bt»ut>- Editor How would 3'ou rale your pow- der-putr technique? Are you a woman who favors a series of dusty dabblngs, or Is "touch and go" good enough for you? Actually, the way you wield your puff can make the difference .between a smooth-looking, long last- Siig make-up, and one that Isn't the least bit flattering. Since your first aim should be to pick H shade of powder that blends with your skin tone, test for color by applying a small amount of the powder to the Inside of your arm. just above your wrist. To Insure a clean, fresh puff every day, keep a box of cotton balls on your dressing table. Then, just before you make up, you can place one In your compact, and one In your powder box. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, Press the puff across your forehead, and twice across the cheeks and nose. Don't forget your chin and neck, either. Only a well-powdered puff will give your make-up ! a smooth mat-finish. 1 After you have completed the application. remove any excess powder by brushing over your skin with a crumpled cleansing tissue or make-up brush. To rid your eyebrows ol any specks of powder that might have remained, brush them first against the grain, and then smooth back. ' | Try never to be guilty of a too- powdered look. The more dramatic shade you might apply in the eve- nine, for Instance, would appear extremely garish by day. When you see your powder application starting io wear thin, for cleanliness and beauty's sake, don't: patch: Take the time to remove nnd replace the old make-up with a new fresh application. Coming Events luesdar Eastern BUt has 8 p. m. meeting at Masonic Temple. Mrs. Jesse M. Taylor hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. Joint PTAs Founder's Day program at high school at 7:30 p. m., followed hy bake sale, which will he sponsored by senior high school PTA. La Petite meeting with Mrs. J. H. HieM. Mrs. Garrard Caudill hostess to Tri-Town club. Country club Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:15 p. m. Junior Auxiliary has 10 a. in. meeting at Country Club. East Side Garden Club meets at Lake Street Methodist Church at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. B. A. Bugg, program chairman and Mrs. George McGhehey, hostess. Wednesday Pie-nuptial events begirt for Miss Mary Sue Cra/ton. bride-elect of Ensign G. A. nines, Jr., when Mrs. F. E. Ulley, Mrs. J. E. Boasley, and Mrs. Frank Whltworth entertain with a bridge-luncheon. Delphian Society has 10 a. m. meeting at.Hotel Noble. Promised Land Methodist WSCB has 7 p.m. meeting \\l\h Mrs. Leon Wil 5 :n. CIB Club meets with Miss Bettv Black. Mrs, H. G. Parttow hostess to Club Eight. Town and Country Club plays at home of Mrs. James B. Clark. Mrs. Harry Kirby hostess to Wednesday club. Thursday Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church has 7 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. w. J. Rogers. Mrs. c. L. Crouch and Mrs. E. F. Coats, m- hostewes. Mrs. H. H. Houchins hostess to Midweek Club. Bridal events continue for Miss Mary Sue Crafton with tea at Wo- nians Club from 4 till 5:30 p m Mrs. T. Wade Jcfferics, Mrs. Adolph Heinicke, Mrs. Rosco Crafton and Mrs. Jim Crnfton, hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays nt Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Leon Scherer. Mrs. Henry Humphreys hostess to Thursday Contract Club. TLE Club meets with Mrs. W J Cupples. Friday Ladies Bible Class oi First Methodist Church has 2:30 p. m. business-social meeting at the church. Mrs. Frank Webb. Mrs. John Waiden. Mrs. Sally Hubler and Mrs Baltic Hunter, hostesses. Mrs. Harvey Dorris entertaining „ _ -Photo By Culllson GOSNELL BASKETBALL QUEENS CHOWNED-Wanda Whittle »WO daughter of Mrs. o. C. Whittle, W as crowned q neen oi the Junior basketball team of Gosnell Friday night in Intermission ceremonies of the Gosnell-Manila game played at Gosnell. Miss Rachel Roberts daughter erf w. S. Roberts, was proclaimed queen-of the senior basketball team The queens were elected .by the student body. 'HdtFlashes" Stopped or strikingly relieved in 63-80%* of cases m doctors 1 lesH • If you're miserable from tho "hot lushes," nnd accompanying Irritable, restless fceMugs oi "change of life"— •on may be suffering unnecessarily! 'For... in tests by doctors ...Lydia ?Lnkham's Compound nntl Tablets brought relief from.such fnnctJoiinMy- Cfiuscrt eufEcrlng lo G3% nnd 80T 0 (respectively) of tlie women tested I Complete or striking relief! So.,,get I/yd)a Ev Phikhnm's Vegetable Compoutvl—Or new, Improcc<l Tablets, with nrfdeci lionl (Wondcr/ul, too. /or the functional pains of menstrual periods.) PART-TIME WORKERS MAKE $3 TO $7 DAILY Call on homes in the evening. Both men and woman can make .$3 to $7 each evening. Sec R. Long at the Noble Hotel. DUE TO COLD MISERIES ^ •.# l sm fn/oy Delicious COUNTRY HAM the RUSTIC INN at the Last Times Tonite Double Feature ANNOUNCING NEW OWNER icim William (Bill) Presnell is now owner- manager of Bestway Cleaners, after having- served, as manager for several years. There has been no change in personnel and Bill will do his own spotting and cleaning-. You'll continue to get fine cleaning and prompt, courteous service .. ? your patronage is appreciated. ESTWAY 1920 W. Main C LEANERS Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times •titrtl and Chatter Club. Satunlay Cotillion .Club has 9 p. m. dance at Hotel Noble. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. E. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Mnx Usrey, Mr and Mrs. Mike Yates, Mr. and Mrs Eric Whliley and Dr. and Mrs, J E Beasley, hosts and hostesses. v Mrs. F. G. Riecnel and Mrs B M. Terry, Jr., entertaining with luncheon feting brWe-elect Miss Mary Sue Crafton. Listen (o KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily. for our program announcements. ' j Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 } Box Office Opens at 1:45 — Show Starts'2:00 p.m. ] Continuous Showing Everyday Riti Guests to see "HONG KONG" Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cherry LAST TIMES TODAY A Priceless Jeweled Wol - Caifing Its Shadow ©v«r 3 People! • RHONDA FLEMING Also Paramount News & Novelty Reel Ritz Guests to See "Barefoot Mailman" Sir. and Mrs. B. A. Bugg Mr. nnd Mrs. Sterling Martin, Jr., and Family Tuesday'& Wednesday Columbia P ROBERT CUMMlNSS aim mom Also Selected Shorts Pastry Panic Hollywood at Play COMING SOON TO THE RITZ g TEN TALL MEN In tech- nicolor with HURT LANCASTER and Jody Lawrence. DETECTIVE STORY with Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker. SILVER CITY In Technicolor with Y'Vonne De- Cario. SAILOR BEWARE with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. LONE STAR with Clark Gable and Ava Gardner. fc*«! t,», ( r.,«[,>n*4 m, —PLUS— "EAST SIDE I OF HEAVEN" Bing Crosby • Joan Blondell Also Metro News Tuesday & Wednesday Pal Mies Two Admit led For the iYice of One RECLEANED SOYBEANS MEAN GREATER YIELDS! Let Us Clean Your Seed Soybeans. We Have Two Moriern Cleaners. Increase the Purity of Your Seed, Have Them Rccleancd. BJytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 6806 or 6S57 Also 2 Reel Comedy & Cartoon FUEL OIL 0.0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant— Promised Land

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