The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWg THUnSDAY, MARCH 2T, 1951 Jane Shclton, Society Editor Phono 44C1 BSP Chapter Honored; New Officers Named A dessert canasta in an enter- tnlulng room of Rustic Inn Tues day night honored members oT the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi when Mrs. T. A. Folgcr was hostess to ihe group. Preceding the evening's games wns nn election of officers in which Mrs. Folger was named to succeed Mrs. W. H. O'Kcofc as pr,e, ident. Mrs. W. M. Jontz was named chapter vice president mid other officers to serve will be Mrs, Bob McGraw, recording secretary Mrs. Hill HotJaet, corresponding - secretary nnti Mrs. Jack Rawlings, treasurer. Representatives to the City Council of Beta Sigma Phi for (he new club year will be Mrs. C. L, Kelly anri Mrs, Joe Davis. Mrs. Or lie F*arkor attended the event as a nishcc and Mrs. Otis Robertson of Lit tic ttoek, houseguest, of Mrs. C. L. Kelly was an out-of-town .'guest. < Jonquils marked each ot the small tables set up for the games in which Mrs. J ont 7. won hi gh score, Mrs. p'Keefe, second high and Mrs. Tec! Lyster. b rid go. Surprise Drop-In Given in Home A surprise drop-in marked the 80th birthday of Mrs- Annie Shanks Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Roxie Brantiam entertained n group of Mrs. Shanks' friends nt the Shanks home. For the afternoon of Informal entertainment, Mrs. Brnnnnm presented Mrs. Shanks with a corsage of red carnations. Potted plants nnd assorted Spring blossoms were arranged about the home and after a group gift had been presented the hon- orce, the hostess served iced drinks and birthday cake. Program Given For Chapter 'D' Mrs. J. w. Hobbins of Slccle yesterday presented the program, "My Favorite Poems," nt the seini-monthty session of Chapter "D" of PEG. Mrs. B. A. Lynch wns hostess at her West Main Street home for the occasion. Jonquil clusters marked the entertaining rooms\is<j~d for the occasion. The business discussion ot tbe 19 members wns under tlie direction of Mrs. E. B. Gee, president. Economical Sew-Simplc Sue Burnett Mrs. J. C. Droke Named President Of Lange School PTA for 1952-53 Mrs. J. C. Droke yesterday u - as mmed president of the/ l.ant;e Parent - Teachers Association for he 1052-52 school year. She sue- Mrs. A. B. Reese Entertains at Club MVSTKHY rl.AV CAST IlI'llllAKSCS—A scene from the mystery play, "The Spider." which is one of three to be given at the annual senior class night at the lush school April 3-4, is shown in rehearsal. .Lett to right arc rto.scmary Monnghan. Jane Wll.ion and Mary Ann Henry. The phy Is under Ihc direction of Miss Lima. B. Wtlhelm, nnd Pat Ilearn serves a.s student director. (C'ouric-r News I'hn(u) Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips arc In Hot Springs where they are attending the horseraces. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Yahne announce the birth of their second son yesterday at Walls Hospital. He has not been named. Mr. Yahne Is a hiyh school faculty member. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Folger spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Bryan Mlley and son of Sheffield, Ala., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whiisitt and daughter, Oail. Mr. and Mrs. c. L. Kelly have as their guest Mrs. Otis Robertson of Little Rock. 'iVSut. noy^lUah Goodman Is a patient nt th'e veterans hospital, Coral Gables, Kin., following an appendectomy. T/Sgt. Goodman, Mrs. Goodman, the former Miss Marie Parish of Manila and sons have made their home in Miami since his return from Korea in August. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodman of Armorel. J. Cecil Lowe, II son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lowe, was a member of the Tau Kappa Erullom fraternity quartette, which participated in an j Interfraternity sing Tuesday night j at Washington University, St. Louis. The quartette took second place an 1 * was perr.entcd a silver cup. They sang "Rigoletto." Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Maurice Cook of Dyersliurg are Ihe house- guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Dickey nnd family. Miss Lynn Dowdy, \vhn is a student, p!ta_ __ ... ing a week's Spring holiday here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C- S. Dowdy. Suggestions for Smart Easter Parade Attire Maimed In liilic lurt in Ihe Kasfcr parade arc 'these designs for S|ilin;. ni.ick-Diicl-vvhile checked silk surah coal clreis (left) has hracelcMcii!;l!i cuffed sleeves. A wide border of self-banding, set into front closing, is caught by jet buttons. This is a iiannah Troy design, llrief coat (cenler) bv Seymour Fox is lacy liouele wool. It ran t>r \iorn uilh slr>i,-hl, gored or pleated skirt, lilack-and-whitc honeycomb tweed (right) from this same designer has brief jacket, skirt with controlled width. Jet buttons are used for jacket closinj. Mrs. Arthur Scnscnbaugh .he only guest yesterday ncmbcrs of the Town and Country Club when Mrs. A. B. Reese entertained Ihe group for an afternoon of bridge nt the Country Club. Mrs. J. C. Ellis took high score In the bridge agme, wllh second high going lo Mrs. C. Modlnger. During the event refreshments were served. reeds Mrs. Hurry Bradley. Highlighting the program wns an address. "Our Children," by Dr. Wcldon T. Rainwater. Mrs. Leon Smith Rave the devotional, "When Tension Mounts." find Mrs. S. E. Tune, program chairman, Introduced Dr. Rainwater The prcsirlcnt's message was giv- i en hy Mrs. J. E. Carter and the was | croup voted lo send a delegate lo with! the PTA state convention lo be Coming Events plays held in Little Rock this Spring. Other officers to serve with Mrs. Droke are Mrs. C. F. Austin, first vice, president: Mrs. Bill Browning, second vice president; Mrs. J. E Kitctt, secretary, and Mrs. U. W. Mullins, treasurer. The rooms of Mrs. Colleen Woods nnd Mrs. Mary Emma Reid took the attendance prizes. Fifth grade mothers were hostesses for the social hour following. Men Don't See liss Lynn Dowdy, \vho L= a j>tu- ' ~T-I , . 1V , . , I in the Baptist Memorial Hcs-j | ninGS Will CM it School of Nursing, is spend- . ^ " ~ Annoy Housewife Wednesday Club, Guests Meet Luncheon and nn nltcrnoon ot playinp bridge at the Country Club yesterday honored Wednesday club members nnd three quests, when Mrs. [.. E. Old. Jr., was hostess to the group. Mrs. Thornns Kibler and Miss Jane Klbler of Chestertmvn. Md.. hoiLsegucsts of the hostess and Mrs. W. L. Homer were guests Invited Tor the affair. Mixed Spring blooms ararngcd in greenery topped the table at which luncheon was served nnd In the bridge gnrne following, Mrs. H. C. Sims won high score and Mrs. W. J. Pollnrd, second high. Spark Evenings Out with Makeup Glamour Tricks Thursday Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday tcuL-rah Lodge has 7 p.m. meeting at Odd Fellows Hall with stccle Rebccah Lodge memlKjrs ns gucflt.s. Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Mrs. L. M. Burnett, and Mrs. E. F. Ulomcycr will entertain the Past Matrons and Patrons Club at 1 p.m. at the Masonic Hnll. Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertaining Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Morris Ozment entertaining Sliteh nnd Chatter Club. Woman's Club Executive Board meets at club on West Main Street at 2 p.m. followed by general session at 2:30 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League mn'ts at Hotel Noble at 1:15.' Miss Pope, Mrs Henrn, Mrs. Wilbur Wall! Jimmie Sanders nnd Mrs. Edwards entertaining at Slrcct Methodist Church nt p.m. with pre-nuptial shown -p.iv-J dub j.- ty honoring Miss Jackie I^tes.' bride-elect of Jesse Hunter Land, of Memphis. Three Guests Play with Club Three cuesls played canasta yesterday .nflernoon with members of thjrgeml-Canaslu club v:hen Mrs. K^r] Knlpple was liastess at her home to Hie 'group. Mrs. Jimmy Sites. Mrs. Untidy Joe Layton and Mrs. Olcn Grounrls were the club's uo.s(s. Jonquil ami hyacinth clusters a- dornecl the home nnd in Ihe games. Mrs. Tim'js Decri \von hi^h score, witii Mrs. Doujila.s Decn taking second high. During tbe nfterncon refresh- mcnls were sejved. Gosnell Baptists Will Beam Meeting Monday The Gosnell Baptist Church v.111 begin a series of meetings Monday night at the church, with Dick Melton, layman of the First Baptist Church, speaking. Services will be held each evening through April 7th at 7:3f) p.m. ami song service will be directed : by Chnrles Tnnkerslcy of Holland. I The Rev. Marcus Wilkerson is I pastor of the church. Jrrry , Mrs. M, S. L;'kc Mrs. H. W. Wylie s Club Guest Mrs. H. W. Wyllo «ns (he only Marriage Licenses The following couple veslorelay obtained H marriage license- M Ihn office of the county court rlcrk. Mrs. Elizabeth Blytlie Parkrr: Robert Crcil Grrcn mid Miss Mary Bcntricc Davis. botl\ of I3Iy- thevlllc. ^tcril.iy with nifnihers nf ht when Mrs .1 Grahnn KmlUury honored thi* group witli n desert bridge in nn entertaining room of Rustic Inn. Mr.s. G O. Pootz won hlch score In Ihe came. iuth Mrs. II. Cr. Part- Irv.v \vinnm~ second high and Mrs. Wylic. A man can't understand why his wife gets exasperated when he] makes the following domestic' blunders: i Telling her not to "go to any trouble" when they are planning a silpper for 12. When he knows she has had a hard day, suggesting that she "just leave the dinner dishes," figuring that takes chre of the problem. It's the wife, of course, who, if she took the suggestion, would have to face get- ling breakfast In a cluttered kitchen and tackling a double load of dishes next morning. When he in- Ruth Millett "tcs the crowd to "stop In for some scrambled eggs" without first checking with his wife to make sure there are esgs in the ice box. and the few other Items necessary to whip up a midnight snack for a gang. Suggesting that their hostess tench his wife how to make a certain disli he has been raving all during dinner. (By NEA Sen-Ice) Evenings out on the town make important demands on your makeup. Fluorescent lighting, for instance, changes the color tone and may cause your make-up to fade. It's best, therefore, to pick lipstick and rouge in the dark red or blue-red range. Fowtler and makeup base should be rosier and slightly deeper than your skin tone. Your nail polish should not be too pink, cither. If you match it to your lipstick, you can feel confident that it is right. Eyes demand the dramatic, (oo. Mascara, In color if you like, is absolutely essential. And if you are feeling particularly daring, try colored eye-shadow. Match your eye make-up to the costume you plan to wear. A touch of green shadow can also give an exciting and mys-' terious (ouch to your hazel eyes. Hair make-up should not be forgotten. >You can sprinkle some specially blended gold or silver powder through your" hair, or wash in a color rinse. Keep your hair looking sleek and perfectly groomed throughout the evening bv spraying it with a liquid hairnet preparation before you leave the house. Never be too busy to take time 1 *™,~ t i/P" 1 tor 8 lamor - It can have the aoout^niost wonderful effect on you and your best beau. Easter Island, lonely South Pacific speck, is smaller than the District of Columbia. Britain no\v produces about 40 per cent of all the fcod she con- Giving the kids a lot of jobs to At the Hospitals Dismissed: Walter McAllister, City Larry IrTrum. Maiden Wals Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Dunlva'n and baby. Slcele Mrs. DavM Gray and baby. City Nan Sutton. Hnyti Mrs. E. B. Spaeth and baby. City j do and leaving his wife to see that | they're done while he blithely goes off to his office or his club. Giving any suggestions as to how she could do her housework more efficiently. Mentioning that she should have bought a new dress for the party, after he sees what she is planning to wear, and it is too late for her to do anything ftbout it. Telling her not to worry when she asks him for help in solving a problem. Husbands can't understand why such suggestions fall so flat. Read Courier News Classified Ads. WANT A DEAL ON A NEW REFRIGERATOR? Come down within the next 10 days and you can buy a brand new Intcrnalional Harvester refrigerator at a bargain price. Supply is limited—better come by tomorrow: Delia Implements, Inc. 312 South 2nd Phone 6Sn3 This back-wrap bare top dresf is so wonderfully cool lor war weather, so simple and thrifty sew. For colder weather indoors It's a perfect jumper with a blouse. Just wrKp and tio! Pattern No. f/iOl is a sow-rite perforated pattern m sizes 1?. 14. 16, 18. 20; 40, W. Sizes H. 4 yards of 39-mch. | For this pattern, send 30c in: COINS, your name, address, site desired, and the PATTERN NUM- j BER to .Sue BurncM, Courier! News. 375 Qu.ncv St . Chicago 6, III. Send 25 cents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. It shows you ho\v to make .vour wardrobe do double duty with eco- "MFFT THF nomical, time-saving styles. Gift ' Htl pattern printea inside. 25 cents. COTTON SEED 30 tons, DPL Saved from fmirul.-Ulon seed, snbjcrt to crrlificalion. Germination W e . Saved before Ihe freeze. SHO TON Also ,Cedar PosH for Sale PHONE DELI, 2CS1 RUSSELL GILL Dell . . . Osceoli The If'arhr fjint'xl performed 6v l/ie If'nrlf 5 Tcoff.'f fuifvM prctentfd n>- I.islen to KI.CN al 10:10 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. I?ox Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 liox Office Opens at 1:15 — Sliow Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & .TOc AI All Times THURS.-KKt. Pal Nilcs 2 For Price of One JERRY NORXA.S »,R«S!I« frrilxl and CHAS. S. LEMONS, Furniture WMCT — Salurday — .) p.m. JANE WYMAN « THE BlUS VEIL . Carloon S: Comedy "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 * SMOKING' I.OfiE ^ TELEVISION LOUNGE"" * EVKRY SEAT A CHOICK SKAT ~k CRY ROOMS THURSDAY & FRIDAY Anthony Qui«n .D<tni.JbjtlUW»N. SIEINiCO j Pni-iimnunl News & Sliorl: •Tlyinjr Cal" Riti Guests to See "Viva Zapata" Mr. & Mrs. Harold Davis & Family Mi. & Mrs. T. W. Goforth & Family Beautiful New Cotton Laces By - - - (l^ettvi ^J^fciMo Pink Navy Toast $1 A 95 14 You'll agree that Betty Hartford cotton laces are the season's best buys. Judge them on beauty, quality and fashion. For now and all summer. Style shown at left features a scalloped edge front panel and collar of baby butcher linen with rhinestones buttons. Sizes 12 to 20

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