The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 13, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society A/eiud, Hulling, Society Editor f Phon« 4461 BATUHDAT, SEPT. 18, 19M La Finesse Club Plays Game Mrs. Jack Webb \vas hostess yesterday at the Country Club for members of her bridge club. La Finesse, with a luncheon. A cotton theme was carrlrrl out with open cotton bouquets usad for centering the tables. La Finesse cucsts Included Mrs. Jim Smart and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. Taking high wa.s Mrs. Smart, Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr., was second nnrt Mrs. Mason Day, Jr.. won brldgo. Stitch and Chatter Has Wiener Roast A wiener roast wns held last night at the home of Mrs. Frank Perkins [or members of the Stitch and Chatter Club. After the roast, on the lawn, the guests adjourned to the living room, which was decorated with Inte summer flowers in vivid fall shades. Party games were played and winners Included Mrs. Wesley Thomas, Mr-'. Thomas Dorr Is, Mrs. Harvey Dorrls, and Mrs. James Miz- Razorback Scene of Dessert-Bridge Razorbark Drive-In WEIS the srenc i Thursday night for a bridge party given for members of Ihe TLK Bridge Club, when Mrs. William! Lambert was hostess. | Playing bridge with membnrs was' a guest, Mrs. Dick Watson. I Mrs. Jerry Scrape was top score ! winner for the evening. Mrs. Her- j man Turner won second plncc and brldgo went to Mrs. Otto Scrape. Canasta Club Is Entertained Mrs. Mnrvln Hall entertained yes- lertUiy for members of the H. nnd T Cana.sta Club at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Smith Johnson. Roses were used fit intervals In tlie living room In which the games wore played. Miss Elizabeth Lutes won first place and second went to Mrs. J. E. Elktns. The hostess served a sandwich plate and Iced drinks during the afternoon. 66 Attend Ladies' Day at Club Sixty-six members of Blythcville Country Club and guests yesterday attended the monthly Ladles' Day, for luncheon, and an afternoon of bridge and canasta. tesses for the occasion Inclurt- s. A. H. MeManus, Mrs. tlcne "Atkinson, Mrs. p. E. Utley, Mrs. Gene .Bradiey. Mrs. Gene Montandon.^Mrs Phil Robinson. Mm. Eu- gene'Stlli arcd Mrs. Baxter Southern. Centering each of the small tables, from which a two-course That Wonder Jumper By Sue Burnett You see It everywhere all during the cooler season — the attractive jumper that combines with R blouse or sweater with equal charm. This filled version for juniors has a Jewel neckline blouse to match. Pattern No. 8845 Is a scw-rilc perforated pattern In sties II, 12. 13, 14. 16, 18. Size 12. jumper 4 yards of 35 or 39-inch; blouse, 2%> yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Ready for you now — Basic FASHION' for '52. Fall and Winter. This new issue is tilled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed inside Ihe' book. 25c. luncheon was served, was a cot- Ion bowl arrangement flanked with autumn leaves, which were tallies. Flowers In dark shades, suggesting a fall theme were used about the entertaining rooms. Each of the guests was presented with an open cotton bowl corsage, tied with green ribbon and backed with mallnc. In the bridge games played, Mrs. Charles Crlgger, Jr., won first place, second went to Mrs. Charles Langston, and Mrs. E. B. Gee look third. Mrs. c. M. Buck won first place In the games of canasta. A large number of Stcele visitors were guests of the club for the afternoon's activities. Coming Events Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCaughey are hosts and hostesses, for the Variety Club Dance at Jaycees Club at 8:30 p.m. Monday Faith and Hope Groups of the First Christian Church meet with Mrs. Ben Harpole at 2 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal ' Church has 8 p.m. meeting Iwth Mrs. S. S. Patterson. Band mothers have a 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Junior High School Building. Circle Seven of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church has 8 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Harold Wood at 1925 Hearn. Wesleyan Service Guild • of the First Methodist Church has g p.m. meeting with Mrs. Frank Ashby at 20« Dougan. Young Women's Association of the First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Roy Head at 1:15 p.m. Circles One and Two of the Trin- 11; Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union, meet at the church at 1 p.m. for luncheon followed by a business session and Royal service program. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. Ross Cald- wcll. Tuesday Members of the Tri-Tovvn Bridge Club meet with Mrs.. Russell H. Farr. Mrs. Eugene Brown entertains BSW Samba Club. N. N. Bridge Clnb Is entertained b; Miss Ellla Smith. Mrs. Ben Cooper Is hostess and Mrs. Perry Darby co-hnstess to members of Alpha Alpha Chapter pf Beta Sigma Pht. Country Club nuplicnlc Bridge League has weekly pau^. Thursday Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains Bits of News i Miss Ruth Hale and Miss Melba Pryor returned home yesterday from Fayetlevillc. They had taken Miss Margery Hale lo enter the University of Arkansas. She has pledged PI Beta Phi there. • Graham Sudbury. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Sudbury. and Jim Weathers, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Weathers, will leave tomorrow lor Fayettevllle, where both will enter the University of Arkansas. Eddie Josl will leave Monday for Columbia Military Academy In Columbia where he will enter the 10th grade. He will IK accompanied by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. w. E Jost. and Mrs. M. E. Jost, Or. nnd Mrs, Jack Webb have moved to their new home at 703 Hardin. Mrs.-rt. w. Lovett. Miss Annie Lou Lovett, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde O'Nell were callea yesterday to Eupora. Miss., to attend the funeral pf Mrs. William O'Ncll's niece Mrs R. L. Pogue. Mrs. Charlie Chlsm and Mrs. W D. Warren will be In Murray. Ky tomorrow to visit Miss Polly chism, who Is a freshman at Murray State College. Mrs. Ncta Bunch is in Memphis at the Baptist Hospital where she underwent surgery this morning. New pledges lo University of,Arkansas fraternities were announced yesterday. By fraternity, Ihe Dlythe- ville pledges include: Kappa Sigma —Rupert Martin Craftdn, Pi Kappa Alpha—Jerry Halsell and Freddie Muillns, Sigma Chi—Woody Townsend. Mrs. W. C. Colston has been np- ' pointed Grand Page of the Grand j Chapter of Eastern Star of Arkansas by Mrs. Ruth Thorpe of Lltlle Hock, Brand worthy matron. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer N'ormn nwill leave today, for Camden. Tenn., to be the guests of her parents. Mr and Mrs. w. W. King. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Damon have returned from a two weeks' vacation In Hot Springs. Mrs. Charles Artllck and Mrs. Harry A. Haines spent yesterday in Memphis. : Bob Damon, who is stationed at! Mlliingcon, is the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Earl Damon. i Mtss Willie Lawson of Little Rock will arrive this afternoon to be the guest of Mrs. C. w. AfTIIck. for the I week end. She Is coming especially for the opening of Ihe new Diythe- ' vllle High School. Hnrvey Haley of Siloam Springs and son John Haley, student at University of Arkansas School of Law. are visiting friends nnd relatives here. They came especially for the dedication of the new Blythcvlllo High School. You Must Show You Want to Learn To Be Hired or .to Get a Promotion TO LEAD PEP SQUAD — Blytheville High School students chosen to head the pep squad as cheer leaders (or the 1952-S3 season are (left to right) Dclorej Adorns, Bertha A,nn Galnes, Sondra Ix>ng, who is head cheer leader, Betty Lee Garrott and Peggy Taylor. (Courier News Photo) Laundry Tips For Top-Knots, How to Shampoo fly ni'TTV C AP NcwsfiriUircs Dc.lufy Kdilnr no you know how to shampoo your hair? Or do you have more goo left on your scalp afterward than j before the head tubbing? Washable.Wardrobe Makes Summer Travel Easier and More Pleasant Whether your summer travel i Soiled petticoat or Huffy dress plans Include plane, boat, bicycle j hems can be soap-spotted before An employer made this comment! about a young woman he had just hired: 'There Is a lot she doesn't know. "But she seems to be intelligent and she is eager to learn. So I hired her, and I think she'll do all right," The real tip-off why that particular girl Im pressed the em p 1 o y e r lies In (hose three words, "eager to learn." Any Job-hunting young man or woman honing to advance ought lo make sure he has lhat quality. An em p 1 o y e r—*—- doesn't expect a Ruth iillllett beginner to know everything. He can overlook lack of experience If a young person seems interested, in-1 telilgi'nt, ambitious and above »n. eager to learn. So whether you are hunting a Job or hoping for a promotion, make full use of that asset anyone can have, wanting to learn. The people who stay In the lit. tie Jobs year after year are never considered for anything better are the ones who Disregard . "I dont know" as a challenge. They are willing to le.irn just enough to hold down a HtMe Job. Every time something comes along they don't understand or can't do they use "I don't know" as an excuse. In any Job situation. "I don't know" should prompt the determination to find out. That is the attitude that impress- .es employers whether they are hiring a new employe or looking for someone to move Into a better Jod. or car. yo'i'll.find a washable wardrobe will make your days delightfully carefree. The list of soap-and-walcr fab- _. ._ _ —Buries Is endless, but be a wise travel | Ing over the inside and outsl'de'or you rchang them. A towel, soap and water are all the materials needed. If a bowl is handy, make up a thick or "dry" lather to work with—go- shopper and hunt ior the crease, ! wrinkle, and mildew-resistant fin- the hems. T. I k 1 i ^uil^A^. [I11U IJIIlUt:\V-l t?M3LilIlt 1111- I elTV ClOtn npnim onrl T^nnv., " L^o^c^-fir ? h r: i :: h -,,r *™ • r e ,r r ""• r™** °^ -".e's it will be simple to minimize ysur j imum of ironing and are durable ' for beach, extensive hiking, and ex- laundry time. For one thing, try to suds out soiled clothes In tiny batches. Let own hair. Most people find that, a shampoo under the shower l.s more effective in achieving real hair cleanliness than washing the hair In a basin, often basin washing Is mnrc difficult from the rinsing standpoint. But no matter what, .your preference, you cheat yourself with a hit- or-miss job. Proper shampooing. from beginnin" tb cm!. Is the most j Tuck a" small sheet of plastic or a Important factor in having clran. towcl ovcr „ mc[ill hanacr bcfore shining hair and a healthy, scale- L sinR lt , or da clothes ; free scalp. New shampooing aids make It easier and quicker to cleanse MIO hair and scalo tho-! Cop Becomes Preacher roliRhly. Make sure hair Is clean by! , c . \i/-,_,(, r wnshfnt! and rinsing It at least '" ' °'» VTOrtn, lex. twice, ending up with another rinsing If needed. Use a new shampoo brush that your brush man now has, I . car . old motorcyclo offlc( , r . present . you want to be sure all those lit- > d n(m vv|th £ B1We ^ n ,, tie scales and every bit o sonp Is ]lce he . ldquarU , rs as ne r(a f „ removed from the scalp. The brush } ro , n the force Is marie of sturdy, resilient plastic with tiny plastic fingers that carry suds through your hair ripht down to the scalp. It gives you a gentle but stimulating massage white whisking awny dirt and dandruff, and the brush can help to rinse put soap. ;,/ It Is Important to dry your-hair well. Alter rubbing it with a turk- Ish towel, brush each strand to get;Success Secrets Sought ""-• " "- locks ore By Corporation Heads ploratory trips. Turnabout clothes designed to your gloves or blouses absorb suds keep you glamorous nt nishl as well while you're showering. When you ' step out of the tub, rinse your laundry, ppste gloves or hankies to the sides of the tub or tile wall and; an d then turnabout io" function"^* bang your blouse over a hanger. in the daytime are also helpful. These vacation wearables serve as nighties, pajamas and lingerie-- FT. WORTH, Tex. MV-Fellow j officers of Alfred Haney, Jr., a 21- He has Just become the Rev. Haney, pastor of Lawn Terrace Baptist Church In Mineral Wells. He has been a mei lice force for the 1 while serving us part-time pastor Of another church. He Is married anil'has a 4-rnonth-oldd-aughter. 4' \>::±-^,k ..*'......-••;-.-'%fe spor t anr j casu al afternoon clothes. If you're vacationing by automobile, you mifiht want to stow one of the new compact traveling iron- Ing boards into the trunk compartment. It's a combination sleeve and regular board and folds Into a tight 24-Inch section. Another folding Item that slips into a suitcase or roomy handbag is the collapsible umbrella. With a well-planned, basic and I washable wardrobe, you can look \ smart and well-groomed whatever you wear—wherever you go. Wise Mother Sews For Her School Children By noROTIIV nOK Associate 1'ress Fashion ICdilor What with tho high cost of prac- I tically everything, it's a wise 1 j -noiher who dusts off the old i family sewing machine about this time of the year nnd starts lurning iout back-to-school clothes for the ] small fry. There's a special sense of satisfaction in managing lo trim I the budget in any possible w a y i these days, and particularly in I producing smart, sturdy clothes [for the youngsters at a fraction of the price of ready-mades. Many teen-agers are learning lo make their own clothes nowadays, enrolling in special !ee:>. classes at local sewing centers to lenrn how to cut and sew, adjust patteVns and apply professional finishing touches. These thrifty girls have discovered that by sewing their own they can not only have more clothes, but can have them exac.tly the way they want them. There's a special trick, for Instance, In sewing the wool Jer- scys so popular w 1 t h all ages just now. Experts recommend using a size 14 needle for the machine, 12 stitches per inch for inside seams and 16 stitches per inch for top stitching jersey. Seams should be reinforced by double stitching, and puckering cnn be avoided by pressing all seams open. Before turning hem, the garment should hang for 48 hours, to allow it to "give." Quilting, also popular for school skirts and weskits, is easy to do with the quiltcr sewing machine attachment and its guide which keeps rows of stitching parallel. When buying children's p a t- terns, it's wise to check your child's measurements a g a In s t those on the pattern envelope, instead of just accepting the age or size as marked. •mber of the po- Church Law Study last nine months p, anned by J apanese , .TOKYO (#V-A Japanese author- lfc,9P: the^Is^rv/ofV\V«Vern : 4aw Teftvfor :RomeVecehtly "to -mkke^V members ;b'r-' Ihe La Nucve. ! TLB Is'entertaincd by Mrs W E ' Cherry. ' ' Members of th Club play at the home Neville Blakemore Thursday Rook of Mrs n ° gcrs UC PtaS ™ " hostess to Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith Mr and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson Jr Mr' and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr ., Mr . and Mrs. Max Usrcy, Dr. nnd Mrs. F B. Utley arc hosts and hostesses for a dance for members of tile Cotillion Club at B p. m . at Hotel Noble. Afternoon game of Duplicate Bridge League held at Hotel Noble. drying wash your hair brushes— and don't forget to include that lit- l!c eoinb you carry in your purst. You won't want to comb last week's grime through your clean hnir. Wnrti your comb In sudsy water or In clear water to which a few drops of RmmonJa have been added. Handy tittle comb anrt brush cleaners arc available to help remove every trace of dirt nnd HtiL Let brushes dry, bristles down, on a clean towel. Ulylhcvillc Hospilal Dismissed: W. I. Turner, Manila James Garland. Osceola C. B. Pankey. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Tommy Wilson. City NEW YORK Wi—A group to study the secrets of business' success has been formed by the presidents of 24 corporations from various parts of the country. Known as the Committee to Encourage Enterprise, it will survey ways to encourage risk capital to give small corporations more support. John M. Fox. president of the Minute Maid Corp.. Is chairman. Fox said his group wants to combat the steady decline in formation of new corporations since 1946. Cyclist Settles Down VICTORIA. Canada Wl — Billy Saaiman. 37-year-old South African cyclist who has pedalled the equivalent of six times around the earth, has decided to make his home in British Columbia He arrived here after a 35-day bicycle trip frorn Montreal. Open 1:00 p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Night SAT^ONLY — DOUBLE FEATURE FIGHTING COASTGUARD * REPUBLIC PICIUKE aaa^^ Serial: Oregon Trail & Cartoon SUNDAY AND MONDAY ALAN LADD at his fighting best! AUWUDDJHYLLIS CULVERT , BoBtRI fUtOWS • It* 15 tutl Also Cartoon & Comedy Baptists Unaffiiiated With a Local Church are invited to attend FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth and Walnut Streets Blytheville, Arkansas REV. E. C. BROWN, Pastor Join the Baptist Church in your Community Transfer Church Membership Week, Sept. 14-21 Where is Your CHURCH MEMBERSHIP? Be an ACTIVE church member in the commeinity where you live Order of Services Sunday, Sept. 14 9:10 A.M. Sunday School 10:55 A.M. Morninji Worship—Dctli- calion of Organ. Dr. H. I.. UriclKCS, Citicsl Speaker (i:.™ I'.M. Baplisl Training Union 7:30 P.M. K\cnin>j Worship "Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it." Ephesians 5:25 You Need a Church Home! A Place of Service! Spiritual Food! 'two-year study of ecclesiastica at the invitation of the Italian government and the Vatican, Masahata Kube, a professor at Tokyo Un;\-ei^ily and an Imperial Award winner In 1950, will study p.t St. Gregorian University in Vatican city. NOTICE All persons wishing to pay ilebts owed to Dr. D. C. McLean may do so by contacting Mrs. D. C. or LI. Col. Dan McLean •at 209 Dou^an Street, Bly- thevillp, Ark. No other collectors authorized. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SAT. ONLY — DOUBLE FEATURE 6EHEAUTRY -v »itu»«« S miff 'STAGE TO $' GAlVIiSWN Serial: "Black Hawk" Plus Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch to 48 inch, plain or reenforced. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call us for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 001 _ earre. AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 3(lc At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature Serial: "The Tigcrman" Also Carlodn COMING SOON: "King The Grcalc'sl Thrill Pitliire of All Times! WATCH FOR SHOW DATES SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature AKOTT'COflcUO ,-,.,MITZI GREEN-TOM EMU SCY^II >• vurn i wm <* LKWO na RITZ GUESTS Mr. nnd Mr.s. J. M. Cleveland Mr. and Mr.s. Ira Walters and family Mr. and Mr.s. \V. K. Cherry Mr. and Mr.s. Louis I.ansky Paramount News £ Shorts! "Foolball Thrills" and "Cracked CJtiatk" Plus Metro News

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