The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR Pat ilullina, Society Editor BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! Picnic Is Given At River Bank CIB Club Has Guest Player POT LOUple The porch of tlie Garth Castllo home was the seme )a,<t nleht for Continuing the whirl of pre-iinp-1 a bridge Kami' given for members ti.'il evptils bcmtr eiien for Mi'ss! "' " le C(B . W'ltcn /Mrs. Jane Carson ' uas hO'Uess. Mr.s. Kloise Nicholson was a guest player. Mrs. Carton served a snlsd coiir.-e •••[I drinks before the bridge in v/lilch winners were Mrs. I Niimi, first, Mrs. W. II. June Marie Biiclmnan and lier ti- aiice, Benjamin p. Johnson. was n picnic given by Miss i.i>ta Rose Cnstlio and Mifs .Mnrinn Mayrs on Tuesday night . Out-of-town quests were I- fi. Stover of Dulmh, Minn,, who will participate. In the \vcililinn. nrnl Mi>s Joynelle Pciu-.-on of Iltjuston, Mivs.. and Crawfonlsville. Ark. and lln . . . . second, and Mrs. Nicilul- _ Mivs.. and Crawfonlsville. Ark. ' _ ~ -- Aftw a picnic supper nnd »ein«T j (_Q|-Q wt-i f-, \f-\f-c \c roast on the bank of the river, ntl ,/' ' ^-"U^b Ji Honored at Party Aimorel. Hie 14 cuc-.ils played ... fornjal games lisiinr-picturcs o( tlie couple, during different pha.irs of tlifir lives. Miss Bticliaimn nnd Mr. Joluifon will exchange nuptial vows at the First Baptist Church tomorrow lit 4 p.m. Birthday Party Given at Hotel One of the !ari;c:,i birthday parties jjlven In tin- t.i i s j-roiip for tills season was that of I.lndn I.on l.lps- f'pmb yrslr-rday at Hotel Noble in the Mirror Room, when she celebrated her fourth birthday. Her 40 guests were accompanied by their mothers and each given a small birthday cake lujlilini; one little candle. The- lari'c cake centered a refreshment talile. Walloons, slrf'rmn-r.s, pictures and names ul the Bursts in Kiiyla colors provided tliu docoi alions. AsslMing in entertaining were Mrs. fiolirrt f.ispcomb. mother of Ihe honorce. Mary ncth and Aim Mnrr nnd r.mily Iliilfuian. Bits of News | Home Flowers Add Beauty and Grace When They Are Artistically Arranged Mrs. Etta Bcrryman, inolher of H. A. Berrjman, who has l)ceil critically ill the past two 'weeks in Dun- kiln County Memorial Hospital in Kem.ett., is reported much impniv- Mrs, Victor Mallory, Mrs. On.-.ton Brown of Ri.uio, and Mrs. Lewis j'.Vuuiioid 01 .Maiden were'In M j pills today. Mr. and Mrs. Dale. Wliisujn Hor- . - lun have returned from their wtd- Hy MATILDA TIOGKRS Written for NEA Service NEW YORK - (NEA1 - Whether i you grow flowers In your garden | buy them at a Ilorlst shop, or re- j tclve them from friends, you will want to do more than merely plunk 1 it 'ew stems Into a vase, when you I brinz ftosvers into your Jiving room 1 or office. With Interest In flower arrangement as an everyday art growing in leaps and bounds, you, too. will ; want to try your hand at this ras- clnating hobby. To begin with, you must aim for food design. And to gel It, try for a PTA Has Meeting At New Library Mrs Sam Glass yesterday hon- orrrf her nine-year-old daii<;ht «i1h a birthday party at Wa'fcer Park and Invited I friends lo help | They were (jlvcn b.-illonns'a's fa-. vor , and played In'onnal frame,! Mrs. Charles Abbott was i be.ore belnij served birthday cake '''uesdriy nt the Rirlic In and ice cream > Party at Wa.er ^6556 rt- he' 8 «.efeb;;«e: winK jGiven at Rustic One Guest Meets Members of the executive board • of the Parent-Teachers Assoeia- ; \A/[ f -U CnrA lion of Blythcvillc High .School Jmld ! Yy ' u ' V -" <J ' U their first meeting of this season I on Tuesday. Mrs. RcoM. Manlev was n tmesl The library of the new High | I'layer with members of .Semi- School was the Bcene of this "kit ; Cnrmsfa Club yesterday, when (hey of tools" meeting Mrs. O. W. Coppedne presided over the 24 members present, during n business session, nnd discussions for the coming season's duties. Sue Stanfield Hostess to Club Miss Sue Stanflelrl was hostess, at her home on Tuesday afternoon (o I members of the H. nnd T. Club, when all club members were present. After Ihe hostess served a des- icrt course, the guests ployed canasta, nnd winners were Mrs. Marvin Hall, first, nird Mrs. Mel Hay, second. at. held their semi-monthly the home of Mrs. Roy Moore Mrs. Hill Ilrntwv.sky wns milled (o the club roll as a new member. A sandwich phitc with ked drinks was served at the conclusion of the games, whlcli were won by Mrs Moore, high; Mrs. Douglas Dccn second, nnd Mrs. Mank-y, |mv. Use Color For Contrast 3 Guests Meet With Bridge Club Three guests plnvctl bridge willi members of Club EiRht yesterday for their resular weekly (jatne, when Mrs. G. O. Poelz was hostess. Guests Included Mr.s. Vermin TliomasSon, Mrs. o. I,. McWnters, and Mta Vlriilnlti Nllnn of Washington, D. c.. the (jncsl of her pnr- ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. M, N. Nllnn. Hr., Row* nntl zinnias were/used In 1 varied arrangements about the Winner of high score was the hostess. Mrs. H. a. Parllaw won second, and Mrs. Otto Scrape won bridgo. ho-it ess nlvcn for members 01 the Alpha Delta chapter of Bcla Si^ma Phi. Guests v.en- Mis. nil! Banister, nnd Mr.s. nay llurrlr-on. Gnnic.s MOO ii-mi t, y M rs . c. i. Kelly, Mr.s Maurice i.uticll, and Mrs. Henry Dndd. Mr.s. Abbott used a small bouquet of yellow roses to tenter c/ifli table. Dog-wood HD Club Has Program-Meet Group sinjiinir was conducted when members of the Dogii'ood Home Demonstration Club held n proKrntn-inectlng yesterday. Mrs. Dill cable read the scripture which v.as followed with a prayer led by Mrs. p. B. Jarrctt. Roll call was answered with "what I plan (o take to the fair." The eye-open»r. n dress, was shown by Mrs. Ira Koonce. Mrs. Gertrude [tollman spoke'on homemade gifts and durinr; Ihe social hour, Mrs. Cubic served refreshments. , .,.,- ..... .^euu , nr cal ,, Mions , Ewj) rom]d _ _ I -\i!n> Mai-sard Mead, r;cuni-vcar- however, need a succession of buds | old daughter ..I Mia. James tt. M.-ad . on Io]>, M!IH the rest o: the blooms i who was seriously Injured while [ Cradcd TO that the largest flower is i Dlayini!. lias been removed Ire.in at the bottom of the arrangement [Walls lfo,,,i|nl to her home lit 417, With these two basic principle,' , North Broadway until Kaiuniay. plus a little- practice, you'll make when sin- will return. : progress in tloivcr arrangement — Miss licily lilark is spending this slnec these are two Important prin- ucek iu Naslivillc, Telin. , with : ''iples that govern the essential dlf- irkluis. ' ; ference between mi arrangement Mr. and Mi-.,. Prank Turner and • ^J^. shovlng llo ' xns lm ° a sons. Shirley, anil Gene Todd of : tl)mamcr - l.lythevillc. Mr. and Mr.s. Gror,e Wiil.son, Kr., of least Prairie, Mil., have returned lioinc from a tour o[ j Missouri and Illinois where they | visited Onadai;u Cave In Leasbiiig. , Tlit'f were the guests of Mr. and Mis. George Turner" iiiul granddaughters of East Prairie," Mr. and Ativi. Prank Hutchison and Mr. unit Vou'II find, too, that you ran achieve a much more effective dc- sten with fewer flowers if you choose R low bowl instead of a lall Vfise. The thine that makes this pos*i- b!e is your flower holder. Good' ones are made of brass and usually are covered with enamel. They are Mr, Marvin uul.hl.on of S, ,,,,ui, J^. ™,^^,1^ W '" " Ot Mr. and Mrs. Guy Michie of Car- rp needle points to aid the stems in taking In By Sue Burnett A b'.:fy school year calls for a variety of frocks that arc easy to care for. This exciting yoked style is Ideal for the new colorful cottons that can be worn nrounct the cat- endar. Pattern No. B4S9 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sir.es C 8 10 12 14 years. Size 8 2>, yards of 33Ini'li: »i yard contrast. For ihis patlein. .end 30c In COIX'S. your name, adiire.-s, s;ze desired, and !}K PATTERN NUMBER to S:ie Burnett. Courier News. 3.a Q.:::[\ tit.. Cliicngo 6. 111. Hrady ;c,r yr>;i n.v,v—Ba^ic FASHION lor 'S3. p.ill and Winter This new i. sue :s tilled wi'ii ideas for I smart. pr:,:-j-!l tC '.vit:i for a' new j season: pf • p.,t;ein prir.tvd inside i the book. ^o,\ Picnic, Election Held at Park A picnic In Walker Park, followed by election of officers In n bnslneis session, recently wns held by members, of the ' Clilckasnw Chapter ol Children of the American Co!onls(.s, Heard Wylie, president, presided over the session, in which JJui Toni|ik]ns was elected to succeed I her as president. Other officers are Hays Sullivan vice president: Dora Bcrnlce Wylie chaplain; Jurfy McCall, recording iecretary; Mnry Ann Tompklns, corresponding secretary; sally Mt-- Ciiiclien, treasurer: Ruth Hale historian; Heard U'ylic, reporter Gcorsrc Hale, color bearer- Hill Sullivan and Mar;' Ann Tompklns scrapbook committee. In other business, Mrs. Jnmes n. Clark gave a report on the Nalloml Assembly of Children of the American Colonists which was held at the Penboily Hotel In Memphis The chapter adopted as their protect for the year Ihe rtalioual project, helping American Indians uthersville and Mr. ami Mrs. IX'ivne] lots of xvater. Micbie of Peoria. ill., are spending I I" addition to the holder, you'll tod.iy with Mr. and Mrs. Robert j need some soft, oily clay. Break off Upscomb. • j n piece about the size of a lump of Mrs. I,. O. Denn of Houston. Tex.. • = " Bar ' ro11 "• between the palms of formerly of Hlylheville. returned to io " r lla " t l s <o brim? the oil to !!ie her home this morning, she has i Kllrrnc e. Then break the piece into been the guest here ot Mr. and Mrs.! lllrcc Bobs. Frank ftpsc and family, and Mr.! pl " cc one on the back of the and Mr.s. John Burp ami family j Ilol!icr at the upper le/t corner, an- -"•~r at the upper right corner, and third at tlie bottom center, Tlie Rev. G. H. Mlc.'sler will he In Waidenbiir^. Ark.. Sunday where he will conduct a series of scrivces nt tlie Lutheran Church. In liis absence, there will be no services at tiie Lutheran Church here. i Courl •r News Classified Ads Rose Make-Up Is Good Color For Showing Tan By T1KTTT ri,AHKE Al' Nensfc.ilurM lieaiilj Editor If you're one of those girls who look a little Rrolcsque with n summer tan. it may he due to your i makeup. " After your skin has deepened several shades, you will need new I cosmetics. But, the effect of the sun j is only to deepen natural skin tones, j so you ean wear darker shades of colors you've already chosen. H rie- i pcnrjs.on the amount ot tan you've' acquired. i When selectlnc a new lipstick.' mnke n lest of different, shades oil' your arm to see which Is most flnt- leriiif; to your tan. In using'a color chart, keep In mlml that there nre many color tricks to help overcome! problem skin colorings. Rosc-tinled! make-up will add warmth to an I olive complexion. Pale tun powder i nnrl make-up lotion are excellent for i toning down florid complexions. j If you choose, the right cosmetics ! shades for vonr tan, you will be able fo near .TCHIIC of the difficult colors, i Brunettes as well as blondes who have i-loi'tcd to stny fair this simi- i mer should avoid using very dark I mnicc-ii|> to giie tile illusion of a i summer Ian. Warm color on the' cheeks and lips of blondes will per- ! mit them to wear beige or yellow without lookinjj washed om. Pink nnd rosy-hued cosmetics will per- Picnic and Program Held by Junior GA Members of tlie .Junior Girl's Auxiliary of the New Liberty Baptist Church met yesterday at the home, of Doris Kagan to finish a study course, taught by Mrs. Vance Dlxon and to have a picnic lunch, j howl Later in the eveniii!;, Slierry I slln P <»'ith a curved tip>so its stern Wright, Linda Guntcr, Judy* Mid-' ls about, two Inches shorler. Cut a dleton, Geraldine Langtcy," Linrta I third snap <with o. more pr'o- Nasll. Norma Hieks, Alma Dean • notinccd curved tip) a Jew Inches Koonce and Slierry Dixon went to I sl!n i"ter still, and Ihcone with the the church and presented a play ! " 1O5t interesting curve, the shortest holders and clay department stores and many florists. Now, armed with a low bowl, a pood flower holder anchored firmly in the bowl with oily clay, a pair of sharp scissors or pruners and the flowers, and you're ready to follow this step-by-step procedure and copy n smiprfragon-and-peonies arrangement. Measure your straiiihte.st .snap- riraRon so that it Ls at least one.- and-r,-aVnili times ns tail as your Is wide. Next cut another during the prayer meeting. mit you to \vcar black prettily, although il normally tends to ~dr.v.v color from Ihe face. of all. Place each of the snapdragons on the holder, a bit to the left, so that each shows to advantage, before you [Trade your peonies from the smallest bud to the largest flower. The OWer women „ wet! as e ,r,s can SiesTbud 'will hl« n? lon^ trive their complexions that debn- | stcm and the largest flower should lante look by choosing the right , iav( , lts s!cm cu * shortest. rosmclics. One pood way to find your personal formula is to refer to Nov.' you are ready to put the peonies on the holder, adding them the color chart in a cosmetic cata- I to the right of your snapdragon. *°S' I Strip any of the upper leaves, if For good balance in flower arrangements, try combining a spike ffouer, such as the snapdragon, with a round Bower, such as the peuny. The larjesl flower goes at the bottom of tlie arrangement. neccwsary, if eac h bud and flower does not show to best advantage. Because the peony has such lovely foliage of its own. you need add nothing but water and an ice cube or two. Hcfore you do, however, fill in any .spaces at the bottom of your arrangement with extra peony leaves. Notice that while your flowers look casual enough, the position of each is really earefullv planned. So that your friends and family can enjoy your completed arrangement place It to the left of any table, flat desk or piano that's silhouetted against a wall background. No tall arrangement would ever be used as a centerpiece on a dining-room table. Coming Events Friday Stitch and Chatter has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Wesley Thomas at the Airbase. Co-hostess is Mrs. Ruby Crawford. Walls Ilosplt.il Dismissed: Baby Nolan. New Madrid. Mo. Mrs. Claude Payne and baby, Rt. 1 Mrs. R. L. Simpson. City Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, Dell Read Courier News Classified Ads. Popular Music Picno and Voice Musical Acfivify Classes for Pre-School Children Open Sept. 1. MRS. EDDIE SALIBA 210 East Missouri Plume .1315 Open J:00 p.m. Show Slarl.i at Dusk. 1 S'IOMS Evrry Mhl THURSDAY AND FRIDAY at Family Shoe Store Saturday — 2 to 4 p.m. Cartoon and Comedv -NOTICE- We want to loan you a Garber Power Seeder to sow your Fall cover crop seed, if you buy your seed from us at competitive prices, Vcs, We Can Unntlle Your Government Loan Paper. For Further Information Call A. A. HARDY 703 Clear !,nkc Avc. 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