The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 20, 1952 · Page 2
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row* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Fat MiillJns, Society Editor Phono 4461 Young Set Has Back-to-School Party Here Mary Louise Scrapes was hostess Sophisticated Humor, When Added To Greeting Cards, Gets Results By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor Thrift note to young lovers: A IS-cc-nt greeting card with just the 'wo highly sophisticated bunnies holding hands the Inscrip- "Ah, whnt delightful habits we share with th rabbits." last nlBht at the Dixie Pie Drive-In j lr> '? cnt * r <; cl1 , n K car<1 w >'» J"-« 'he to four tables of young firends for i rlB '" 1 '°" ch °' sophisticated humor « get-together before back-to- i can be more e!f ective than « »5 school days. hox ot candy. Out-of-town guests for the bunco] , vv ? rk '" s - , on lhls Principle. Ros ,._._.._ games were Patricia Grimes ofi almd We M« r . who looks like a i , ' Whitehaven, Tcnn.. the guest of | hockey-playing teenager but wields i AAeST Qt" C hi i rrh Donna Dedman, and Polly Doer <>f) a bl '" sh wiih tlln smnoth sophis- ' ^' ' ... house-finest of I'calion of a Dali, bas built up a business which sells seven mi Presbyterians Wilson, who is the Jimmte Lee Moore. At the conclusion of (he games, [ carris a yea* 1 , plus an itnpre>.vivc . : r, >. tallies showed that Gail Whittitt i amount of note paper and najiklns. Her cards, with their whlni'iicnl won • Mrs Fields Dnyln Turner V'rrc ho^tpsers ...... •,*,,<,, for members ot WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1952 Bits of News : r — Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuire and family spent the week end in st I^ufs. Th. : y were accompanied by Mrs. Orvllle McGuire and ni ece who stnyed for a longer visit. Mrs. s. B. Bond and children, Judy and Sammy, ot Memphis are won high, Millie Ann Bradley «..,.; *... low, and Ann Scay won traveling [sly"""! animal sketches and their prize. j strictly New Yorker-type tuimnr. Pie and Iced drinks wpro Reived; have bit an unsuspected jackpot the 16 guests who attended. of customers who novcr u^erl lo ' — send greeting cards, bill now have • .' become rabid Welchcr fans. LnVPftp >nn\A/Of ' A California Scrooco writes that •---lyci l<- Jl IUVYCI | his rijscov(!ry n , lhe Wek .,, cr Leachville; ciiristmr " cnrds hns , - Circle Six of the Presbyter inn Cli'irrf} live bn.ird tncetine, and - - --. lh 's week with Miss Willie Ncbhut and Mr. and Mrs. James Nehhiit. Jimmy Oo.=sett of D,, rrietle js one of 200 youth delegates, nnd conference directors n!tending the series of national Methodist youth feet- ln?s nt Purdue University, Lafayette. Jnd. this week. Mtsiips Berna Fondrcn and Betty Presncl! are vacationing this week .it Nor fork Lake. an execu-j M "-' *• D - "r.rtwwoocl who suf- •nrr.il' forfd tlvo henrt at-acU has been Beaufy Magic In News " circle meeting aas held yesterday! lak(M1 tn Blythevllle Flospital, where at the church, j her condition is reported to be very I At (he nicetlna of Circle six ^'ghth-'improved. Khe is in Room c silt members att"ndcri nnd heard "°' ! - hut '* not allowed to have vis- girl in Ohio writes that shower , of Welcber "love" cards cnllcce Inusht by Mrs. c. M. LEACHVILLE-A layclte was given for Mrs. Nnvls Jnllift last week by Mrs. J. W. Osborne, Mrs Alonzo Fleeman, Mrs. Bryan Osborne. and Mrs. Allen Holt, In the | humor. Holt home, where 37 guests as«emb- led. The rooms were decorated with I signer, have formed Rn array of gladioli, mums, cama.s. i company, called Panda the Gray. An executive board meclim; preceded a gcnernl meeting Monri.iv afternoon with a rra-ular business si'f'lon being ronducled by the- a reries | president. heart and bund for the man of j program" and* "he!-" ^"shli PE' her her rircanu whom shr loves dcorlvl v.crc Mrs i,,.<iir-' Hooper Mrs i>ecausc of his wonderful sense of r Herman Olrtlinm Mrs Ed Ri " Hosalind and her ilusband. Fred : Dav nnd Slavic, a former machinery de-j R"frns! tbeir own • bostes r cs Prints, i Mrs. O. W j Mrs. o. W. Dillarmmv.' Mrs. Waller ' IJiiv nnH Mi-«- i7.,^i f* i__ itorx Arlolph Hcinicke was In Little fiock yesterday on business. Mrs. Mary Lvon Is vacationing this week in Bruce, Mis-;., with her daughter, Mrs, Tienford Doler. Mr. JJoler, and Bennie. Mr. and Mrs. John Muvcs and j mere is an unusual make-un ;>rc|>.-irat;on now on (he market thai is designed In keep (he m:i- ture woman looking young. Touch Hie cream to those aging facnl lines (above anil center left) and they seem to disappear pntlreh J! Beauty Is More Than Skin Deep By BETTTE CLARKE AI> .Vewsfe.iturfs Beauty Editor Beauty is more than skin dccrj. my. moisten it. then applying It by following the hollows of the face— from the bottom of your chin to the corner of your month tip the nostril and around the ridge of the nostril. 'Boys Town' Operated In Indo-China, Too This ama/in^ beauty aid docs not interfere with your regular makeup application. Apply mascara (center right) and your final powdering (right) just as you .11 ways do for a finished look of smooth and glowing perfection. for 1,000 war orphans. Right now, 450 boys make up jus "citizens." , to print and distribute Die I and petunias with a miniature stork : Inc in the flowers. j Mrs. Flceman presented the hon- K. -—„ . oree with a yellow corsage, ft gift marriage, thinking it was some-1 of the hostesses. i dung they could do wherever they Mrs. Elza Swink ot Kennett, Mo.! happened to be, and that this would directed the games In which Mrs. | give them an opportunity to travel. Charles Jolliff, Jr.. and Mrs. Atlas! But, says Rosalind: -Bridges.won prizes. "We got so busy right away that After gifts were opened and dl.s- 1 we still haven't had o cbanco to played In n bassinet anct bathlnet.tra.ve" " Dillahnnty. ., • - ~ nrds. They Rot the iriea of rnnlcmg I r . rrerHinp cards shortly after their j ._jLJ TD T! SG r IH the hostesses served refreshments. . Other than Mrs. Swlnk, out-of- town Btiests were Mrs. Charlfs Jol- lltf. Jr., of Slkeston. Mo.l Mrs. John Osborne of Dlythevlllc, nnd Mrs. H. D. Alston, Jr., of Little Hock. A typical Welchcr card depicts Legion Auxiliary Has Speaker Member* of the American Leplon Auxiliary met at the American Lc- jton Hut last night for a semimonthly meeting, when they had as fuest speaker Miff Lois Porter. After the opening exercises, pre- imble, pledge and sonp, a brief business session was conducted and reports from the bake sale' held last week, were given. Miss Porter spoke to (he group on the Big Sister Work, in which the Auxiliary will take part. Methodists Meet In Stiles Home Mrs. Carlton Stiles was hostess Monday night to members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church of Yarbro. To open the meeting. Mrs. Glenn Bunch read from the Bible and offered prayer. Chapters of the mission book. "Missions lo America." were taught by Mrs. Denny Hammond und Mrs. Carl Barton. A business session was conducted *nd was followed by a social hour Karen Childs Has Birthday Party Karen Sue Childs celebrated her fourth birthday yesterday and 20 little guests were Invited to a party at the home of her parents, Mr. find Mrs, Herb Childs. A pink and green color scheme was used to decorate and balloons carried out a gny moiif. Miniature balls and bats were given as favors Birthday leer) drink guests. cake, ice cream, and were served to the Martha Foster Is Hostess to GA Mnrtha Ann Poster was hostess last night to members ot the Girl's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. H. W. DHL After Jan Mulllns presided over business session, Marilyn Baker gave a talk on stewardship. Teed drinks and assorted prirly foods were served at the clofe of the meeting. Mrs.'Rubv u Marian, Johnny, and Jlm-l We know that light can play fumy have as their guests for this tricks with makeup—that in ce,- k. Mr. Jlaycs' brother and farn- i lain I'ghl we look positively dreamy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Mures, and j a "tj thnt other light can make us ?ht<-rs. Jean. Jo. anrKJune, of look pretty weird. > Eye, Mo. The ?roup spent yes- Many a girl has done a lovely, . .— ,. „„ makeup job at her own dressing ta- i brow line, up and out over the tem- ble only to be foiled by a date who P'es. loves candlelight — not always the most flattering light to a woman HANOI. Tnrio-China ^-There's ' "Boys Town" in Indo-China, too. j Seen on the 'Boom' It's riaht here in Hanoi ...... heatlrinar- [ for the "French Union ! was compliment-' I'atrirla Grimes of Whitehnven Is spending this week with Donna Dcdman. Jimmie I.ee Moore has as her Ruesl this week. Polly Deer of Wilson. Habbi Alfred Vise has been Invited to be Kiir-st. speaker tomorrow last night with a house-warm-1 nt a luncheon meeting of the Lions Ing upon completion of home in Gosnell. Twenty-six guests called lo offer gifts and well wishes, and wcre ferved refreshments Inter tn the evening. An out-of-(owrt guest her newl clllh in Marked Tree. On a special ' request, he will dismiss the question, "Can Religion Solve Our Present World Problem?" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson returned by plane yesterday from San wns M - s Ella Knox of'Dyersbnrg, Tcnn. Hostesses for the occasion Mrs. Charles Stromire and Ross Caldwell, rne y pane yeseray from San Irs. i Francisco. They have been visiting '.< ere Mrs, Baptists Close Revival Meeting The Little River Mi.wionary Baptist Church has closed a two weeks revival meeting. The Rev. F. M. -•••'-.. t.Jt: n.V! . T . 1V1 Weaver, pastor, anrt evangelist Gordon Reddin of Searcy, conducted the meetings, Ray Morgan served as choir rtl- rector and Mrs. Settle Lewis as pianist. Among additions were 26 >>v baptism, one by letter and one hv statement. t the Hospitals Dlythevlllc liospllnl ismls^d Martin Esgensperger, Im- Walls Hospital if- 1 : bor'cn Mrs. Garner Is Hostess to BWC So Thrifty, Easy To Sew -vhich^hme^ts werelerv^ ^"^ S^ S Three and Four of Business Women's Circles of Calvary Baptist Church. A buMnes.s meeting was couduct- J v. " .j—. ^ ri by Mrs. Jim Ross, and prayers /^\ i / /mf I w °fe led by Mrs, Ross. Miss Ellen IsV) )f f Ml J 1 Moore and Mrs. Hubert Polscrove. Mrs. Alice Jo Hart was a guest of the members. following tile meeting, refreshments were served (o the gursls. Dismissed Mrs. Ann Lloyd and baby, citv Mrs. City .. Harold Jarrett and baby, . their daughter, and family In Sun- nydalc, Calif. Miss Janet Nelson. who accompanied her parents, will return' next week. Don Colem.in has returned home after spending several weeks with hi* crnndparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dortch Coleman In Clnrksdale Miss. Mary Lynn Gay of Memphis, arrived yester ' " ' 1th her g with circles or wrinkles under her you H Is applied und'erTheYj^ bv"EO-!',""* "'' for th "- >-«>* Union [. LEOPOLDVILLE. Belgian Congo ing from the outer to inner corner,- : f ! vnn ' inl! a " ainst the Commu- [ '^-The Belgian corjeo's trcmen- and at the temples bv going "rom mst -" !<i Vietminh. j «°"S economic boom in the last few a point Just inside the end of the' rrh( ' rral '" m e of -Boys Town" is ; P . a . r . s -" as P ll "'P cd mor e than P.OOo -Cite du ChrUt Hoi"—the City ol< lnto (he col ° n > f - The tinst Christ, the Kincr. It's an institution i " nhcaltn y and remote provinces After 11. is applied it Is blended i "'" 1>V C """» ic p ™ s " and sist « s ''ta^ar^s'^ '° ^ "" f ^ ste5t -S Im with a small rubber sponge. When f ° he^p ^orphaned boys — whether f n the J . ear 195 , the whlte We have learned from makeup experts that moonlight Isn't the powder over it, hollows and run by Cjilholic priest.- to help orplraned boys — whether they drift in from territory held by . the Vietminh or the French Union , forces. shadows should have disappeared, This new makeup Is not a correc- i live treatment In the sense that you ! Father Paul Soil?, of Paris For»••" -" * " L *- i -••" •*' " it .-n-ijpr uidt >uu : '<i..,i. i-.nu ot-ur.. m raris ror- , population of abou enchanted light poets would hare I will wake up with your skin as eisn Missions, is hopeful that "Hnvs i There are now 1 04K US hpllfV/. tho^ U rinaen'l -1,.. n ..-l ^TYIftnH^ -, t ,-n., - -*„-„ :. , . .;.. :-r-~ , ' . *~ _ • v '^ 0 by 14 per cent from 57.930 to 66,078. This compares with a native population of about u million. ~ • believe, that it doesn't our complexions. enhance always Hollywood technicians have shown that certain light can change the character of a face, can vary moods from eaiety to mystery, can beautify or distort -— that, a high key- light overhead will exaggerate wrinkles, facial rmftcles and puffiness under the eyes, And so now the Inevitable cosmetic has been forninlated. It Is based on the "imprisonment of light" In a creamy substance, according to the inventor, a former . Hollywood_ makeup man. It works on in VJHJ ui .Hi-mpnK. nr- j the principle of light reflection rday to spend this week I —that "light against light shows irandmother, Mrs. H. F. - nothing" so that, when a cream containing a "light filled" substance Is applievi to a hollow, the hollow is erased. This new cosmetic is used In addition to the makeup you now wear. SINGAPORE I/Pi— Sarawak, land It Is B new concept of makeup, hoiv Gay. Broadcasting System Set tor Sarawak of the former White Rajahs, is soon to have a broadcasting system ot Its own. ancf the British Broadcasting Corp. has promised to send two of ever, the new substance being applied over foundation cream (which should be a ehnrie darker than nor, - -. . .„ ..„..„ ,., u v . mal skin tone) which acts as „ its London staff to organize It. I gripper. It is applied to four areas— Sarawak's council has approved around the corners of the lips, at the expenditure of $330.000 and the British government has made a MiiuImmtTi- financial contribution towards the capital cost. It is proposed Initially to start broadcasting on a single network on two transmitters of four and 7'= kilowatts. Broadcasts are to be made in English. Malay, Chinese and lo- cnl languages at the start. the nostrils, under the eyes and around the temples. After yon have learned how to use it, you can apply it to other areas. The application does not take special skiU If directions are followed. Apply your regular makeup (except, powder and lipstick*. Then apply the new cream by dipping the cushion of one finger In water (o smooth as your steam-ironed satin.: Town' may someday have quarters : the Con^o You will need to use it each time j - - " ' you wish to.accomplish a youthful appearan.ce. The true test is to apply it first to one half of your face j to observe the lift that should be in | contrast to the other half of yoiiri face. To sweep your small scatter rugs effectively, lay them on a big rug or on clean grass. Shaking breaks | the yarns and whips out the hems, A carpet beater cracks yarns and loosens sizing. HOW MUST WE LOOK TO OUR A* MED FORCES? They're burning what we are figming lo prolect," could very well be satd by our men over- Mas. Every year, 190.000 forest fires roar across America blackening an area almost the size of Ihe slate of Pennsylvania. And the shameful part is that we are primarily responsible—not lightning and other things we can't control. Isn't it lime for us to be cnre- ful . . . really careful? This ye.ir be sure that campfire, that cigarette, that match is dead ant. Forest products are erlremely essential to both civilian and military production. Be careful. Keep America strong. PuWthci as a puttie tervite in coon- tralion with The Adixrtising Council. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission !lc £ 3()c At All Times By Sue Burnett You can turn out this good looking skirt in practically no un-.e— ! It's so e.isv to sew. Ar.ti thrifty, too because it requires just one yard ot 54-mrh fabric. Why not make scv- ! erai for cool WC.V.JKT. i Pattern Xo. eess is a sfw-riie per- : forated pattern in wabt sizes 24 25 ' 2«. J8, 30. 32. Size 25. 1 yard of'54- ; irjch. : For this pattern, send 30c tn COIN'S, yo'.ir name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier Xe\v« 375 Quincy St.. Chicaco 6, 3)1. s Rean'y for you no-,v— B*sic FASHION for "52, Fall »nd Winter. This new t>sue is filled with itjeas for : »mart. practical te« ing for a new I zeason; gift pattern printed inside the book, 2oc. , WKD.-THUKS. PAL MTES: 2 For Price of 1 2 HITS! HKIRMWH ' mm* KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store only Acrobat gives parents a Guarantee like this! in fine shoes with all these "GROWING FOOT DESIGN" features: • SOFT arch cushion • SUPPORTING steel arch • ACCURATE right and left patterns • SNUG-FITTING lasts • SOFT, pliable leathers Smartest styling. t<vj, for boys and frirlp, tot throueh pre-teen. f>ec them here. Choose them for school, play. dre?s-up S AiR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION 'TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Shorts; "A Nation Is 50' And Sport Reel 2Q.JI CiNrUIT-fCH tMCORt IIIUMPMI RITZ GUESTS Mr. nnd Mis. I.. C. Larkin and family Mr. and Mrs. Heher Lindquisl and family Air. and Mrs. E. H. 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