The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 15, 1952
Page 4
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FACE FOUK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPT. 15, 19W P«t Society, MttUiu, Sootcty Editor 9 Phow 4461 Variety Club Has Dance Here . Mr. and Mre. Bill McCnughey and M*. and Mrs. Lewis Henderson were ripste and hohtesses to members of tile Variety Club and guests for a dance Saturday night, at the Jaycees Club. More than 30 couples attended the dance and a midnight supper which was served from small tables. Centering the tobies were fall flowers in dark shades. Guests for the evening's activities were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grny. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Foster, Mr. and M-rs. Sam Deddick, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Frcdrickson, Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett, and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Osborne. PTA City Council Holds Meeting Members of the City Council of the Parent-Teachers Association of Blytheville schools, which is made up of the executive boards of each PTA. met Friday at the First Methodist Church. In a business discussion, It was decided that the duos for each member of each PTA would be 50c yearly. Highlight of the meeting was a speech by W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of schools. He spoke on the enlargement of the playgrounds and lunchroom at Lange and the High School. He nlso discussed the new school for exceptional children. Band Mothers To Meet He re A meeting of the Band Mothers will be held tonight at 7:30 at the o!d high school auditorium, and all mothers of students of band are expected .to attend, Mrs. Charles Hlndman, president, will preside and appoint committees for the coming year. Plans are to be discussed concerning football season. Wonderful Separates Charles McDanlcl, who attends Northcwestern University at Evanston, 111., is spending 10 days here ',1'ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McDanlct. His brother, Bohhy McDanic], who Is a student at Kendall .Junior College In Kvans- ton, returned to school .Saturday. Mrs. Ncla Bunch, who underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital In Memphis recently ts reported to be in a satisfactory condition. She is n room 510. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Layman of Memphis were the week end guests of Drs. Carl and Edna Nles. The Laymnns are former residents, having moved from here 22 years ago. They attended Hie dedication services of the pipe organ at the First BapMst Church. Danny Lewis, the son of Mr. rmrl Mrs. Linwood Lewis, was brought home, from a Memphis Hospital, where he had been a patient last week. His condtlon ts improved. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Tomltnson announce (he birth of their first child, a daughter, at Walls Hospital on Sept. 10. She has been named Terre Lcsa. Mrs. Tomllnson is the former Miss Bobbe McDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McDonald. Neal Gesell, who has spent the past several weeks'in Enid. Okla.. on business, arrived home Saturday afternoon. Allen Berry left yesterday morn- ng for Little Rock where he will attend the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. A. G. Shfbley. Jr.. left Saturday night /or Boulder. Colo., where he will attend the University of Colorado. Mrs. Bert Ellis Is n patient at the Walls Hospital, and Is In room 208. Fred Abbott has been taken lo Walls Hospital because of a leg in- Jury he received several weeks ago. , A boy was born to Cpl. and Mrs, Raymond stacks' at U. S. Naval Hospital In Memphis on Aug. 23. He has been named Ronald Gerald, and Is the Stacks' second child. Miss Dixie Kllllan of Manila, who is a student at University of Arkansas has pledged Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Mrs. Auguste Dufhilo and daughter. Miss Jacqueline Dufhllo. returned yesterday to their homp in New Orleans. La., after spcnHIng two weeks here with the former's sister, Mrs. Cornelius Modlnper. Sr.. and family. They were accompanied home by Mrs. DufhHo's mother. Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, wh'o will spend several weeks In New Orleans. Miss Ann McDonald spent the iveek end In Ponitoc,- Miss., as Uie guest, of tier parents. • James Cecil Lowe, II. student at Washington University School of Medicine, lias pledged Nu Sigma Nil, medical fraternity. H. G. Pnrtlow, who is a patient at Methodist Hospital. Room 218. In Memphis, is reported to be .improved. Mrs. Partlow spent the week end with him there. Robert Orady and J. Max Walters were In St. Louis yesterday, where they attended a baseball game.- 8878 10-20 By Sue'Burnett Delight of every carefully planned wardrobe this season Is the blouse and skirt pair that can mix or match with similar items to stretch your budget. Clever details accents this young looking twosome. Pattern No. 8678 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12. H 16. 18. 20. Size 12, skirt. 2,'s yards of 30- inch; blouse, 2 yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to £ue Burnett, Courier News, 375 CJumcy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASH- IO.V for '52. Fall and Winter. This new issue is filled with ideas for srruirr, practical sewing for a new seasnn: eifi pattern printed inside the book. 25c. Two Celebrate 15th Birthday Linda Rayder and Delores Adams entertained Saturday afternoon at the Rustic Inn wiih a birthday parly, since Iwth are 15 years old. They were assisted In entertaining their 24 siiests by their mothers. Mrs. J. W. Hnyder, and Mrs. Rtley The clfl. table was centered with a low bowl of mixed zinnias, and afl^r the honorees had opened the gifts, camrs of bunco were conducted. Ann Sony won first high prize' in the bunco, Betty Lee Garrolt i won second high prize, nnd Gall Whitsitt won low score. A pink and blue birthday cake was served with Ice cream at the conclusion of the games. Tacky Party Is Given in Home A tacky party was given Friday night at the i?ir base home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith when they honored their daughter, Edna Smith on her 13th birthday, Twelve guests nttcnrinri In varied costumes and Billle Faye Shanks' and Allan Thomas' costumes were chosen as the tackiest. During the evening, party games were conducted for the group M-llh Prizes going to Mary Alice Need- hnm and Jean Shanks. Iced drinks, hot. dogs and birthday cake were served later In the evening by Mrs. Smith, with the assistance of Delores Shanks and Vivian Poff. Gifts were then presented to the honorce. Eugene Cable To Head Seniors In a recent claw meeting of seniors of niirdctlc High School, Eugene Cabk was elected to preside over the year's activities. Thev also elected their sponsor, cheerleader, and other officers. Other officers are Bill Trcece, vice president, Vivian Brothers, secretary. Polle McDonald, treasurer, and Virginia Whatlcy. reporter. In committees appointed, Betty Liiudcrrlrtlt. Jean Montgomery, Shirley Burks. Dorothy Powell, Eugene Robinson. J. W. Gore, and Etgcse Hamilton are lo solve as social committee. Beryl Bcvlll was elected senior cheer leader and Jimmy Allen will serve as sponsor of the group. Coming Events Monday Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m. meeting iwth Mrs. 6. S. Patterson. Band mothers have a 7:30 p.m. ncotlng at the Junior High SchooJ Bullnins. 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 1025 Ilearn. Wesleyan Service C.uild of the FUst MethodiM Church has fl p.m meeting with Mrs. Frank Ashby at 2M Dolman. Young Women's Association of the First Baptist. Church meets with Mrs. Roy Head at 7:15 p.m. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. Ross Caldwell. Tuesday Rainbow Girls have potluck sup 6:30 p.m. at the Masonic Tqhiptc. • Members of the Trl-Town Bridge Club meet with Mrs.. Russell H Farr. Mrs. Eugene Brown entertains BSW Samba club. N. N. Bridge Club is entertained b; Miss, Euln Smith. Mrs. Ben Cooper is hostess and Mrs. Ferry Darby co-hostess to members of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has weekly pame. . Wednesday Slldbury PTA has 3 p.m. mcctlnir Unrip newly flushed orlon and nylon articles while dripping wet to keep wrinkles 10 a minimum. Then, smooth iinrt shape during drying. Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 WED.-THURS. ^r-.. v ,-.. AIR CONDITION ED HIE MOST AMAZING SHOW ON ANY SCREEN! Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission flc & 30c At All Times Date Season Begins With ' School Days By BETTV CLARKE AP Xftwsftatured Beauty Rrlltor There's no season like beau rea- n—and in every school girl's life, fH tiappy time starts a,s soon n-s hool bPlls ring and autumn leavo.s epJn (/i fnll. No matfpi- how much fun you've Tad all summer, the season for pnr- :les and dances and many morn dates is In fall and winter. It is hen that roommate SuMe or npxt- LAST TU1KS TOMTK Double Feature ...while your very eyes convince you that it IS! FAY WSAY KWEKT ARMSTRONG BRUCE CABOT r ft HDU.WC. C IMflSTI. 'IrOOPER UCHOEDSACK Sally can be depended on to rustle up a brother or a cousin for a dale now and then. Even a Rlrl .who is normally a .vallf lower finds date possibilities ire increasrd in the fall when irhool parlies gel under way. There ire not always enough girl 1 ; to «" ironnd, FO she stands a fair chance if being asked for a date occasion- illy. If she's smarl she'U be prepared lor a dale at- the drop of a hand- xcrchlef. She will not wait until she Is ready to climb into a dress to diwrover that the slide fastener is broken or lhal she has outgrown t- Nor will she wait until an hour belore the door buzzer sounds to 1o- :ate her pnrty makeup. A box should be labeled "dates" iiirl Into UK re reuses should gn surh (Mings as glittering crrlnes, pnrls, evening hip, makeiip, and other dale accessories. Some girts need more makeup than others, even though they have youthful complexions. A girl with Fallow skin, nondescript light hair and greyish eyes will look drab, sometimes, under bright lights, unless she adds a dab of artificial en^J chantment. Her paint box should I include eye shadow, eyebrow pencil. eyelash curler, lipstick, rouge and powder. One manufacturer has packaged a purse-size paint box. In its plastic container are two lipsticks, a true red and one a bit lighter, and powder and! puff, if you wish to carry just one lipstick, the extra space can be used for other beauty aids such as bobby pins. It offers a choice of makeup. K you've a pinky skin tone the two lipsticks offer pink and more pink. The alternate set starts with powder in the popular South American shades recommended for girls with peach skin tone*. Makeup ran enhance your looks when It Is applied carefully. So no matter how jfrrat the tcmplallnn mlyht be to emphasize your makeup to the hilt remember tbcre is no substitute for makeup which is so sii bile that even your best friend can't tell. HER ART BELONGS TO DADDY-Six-year-old Angela Lcwsley of Harwell, England,/smiles proudly as she points to her father, who holds up her painting of him for comparison. Entitled simply "My Daddy," the painting has been entered in the National Exhibition o( Children's Art at the Royal institute Galleries in London. U.S. Imports Manganese Scientists Invited NF.W DELHI Ifl — The United States received the overwhelming share ol India's mancane^e ore exports during April, commerce ministry sources announced recently. VS. imports totalled 21,000 tons, with V.'est Germany's 8,000 tons ranking second. JananeER importation reached 3,000 tons' and the United Kingdom. 2.000 tons. Tourist Poll Taken VANCOUVER. Canada liF>— Afler polliu? 45.000 visitors. the^'Toumt Association announced that this city's "average tourist' comes from California, slays 1.3 days in a hotel, travels by car and comes because he liked the place the last time he was here. at. school preceded by a 2:30 p.m. meeting of the executive board. Thursday Euzclian Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. William Ellis at 1331 Holly. Mrs. T. S. Parker is hostess lo C. and N. Birthday Club at 7 p.m. Friday Ladies' Bible Class of (lie First Methodist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting nt the church with Mrs. E. E. Hardin. Mrs. Frank Webb. Mrs. A. E. Huntley. and Mrs. Lois Morland as hostesses. TOKYO (let— Forty-two of the world's leading scientists have been j invited to attend the International i Theoretical Physics Conference in 'Tokyo next year. Two Nobel prize winners, Dr. Hiked! Yukawa of Japan and Dr. Niels Bohr of Denmark, are among those who will attend. 1 Read Courier News Classified Ads, Open 1:00 p.m. Show Starts at Dusk, Z Shows Every Nlghl LAST TIMES TONITE LfiDD at his fighting best! mmrn R03[«TFtUO*S . LEWIS ALLEN Also Carfoon & Comedy TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Shorts: Mickey Down Under &- Crow Crazy TUESDAY ONLY "LAS ISLAS MARIAS" All >Icxican Film With all Mexican Cast I DIDN'T KNOW... . . , until my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! these Ten Friendly Duties Will Help "Don't be Socially Lazy" says an article In a current magazine. Well, how about It? Are you? You can get a pretty good idea f how to answer Mint by asking ourself the following: One. Am I fairly prompt about ntertaining those .'ho have enter- aincd me? Or, do let myself get to he place where "owe" so many eople I get de- re ssed just hinting about t? Two. Have I en-* >rtained any new- . rqualntances in Ruth Mlllelt ly home during the last three months? Three. Do I love to be a guest mrt dislike being a hostess? Pour. Do I make excuses for lot entertaining wnen my husband lays we ought to have a particular :oimle over for dinner? Five. If entertaining often U act- jally too big a strain on the bud;et, do I rni\ke the effort to round jp friends for Dutch Treat, parties, family picnics, etc.? Six. Do I tell myseM it Is just too difficult to try to Mitert«i n wh*n '< there are small children, and that' It would be different when they' are a little older? : Seven. Am I a good enough man. I aser so that I can feel at ease en.' tertatning unexpected guests? ' Eight. Do members of my family feel free to occasionally aak a Jriend to share a family meal? Nine. Do I have a variety of din. ner menus so that I don't always Eerve the same thing to guests? Ten. Do I make my invitations'? definite Instead of over-looking the' vague: "Do come by and see us' some time"? Blytheville Hospital Mrs. Matt Scruggs, City i • Mrs. Glenn Alexander, City James Garland, Osceola Mrs. Horace McCullough. Victoria Mrs. Ernestine H'Jttbn, SteeU Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Overturn, Steele Flora Mae Sharp, City T. V. Patterson. Osceola J. W. Hombo. City THE ONE OF ARKANSAS'FINEST THEATERS AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TONITE Serial: "Black Hawk" Plus Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. Ira Walters and family Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lansky TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Also Shoris:'"Tols of Fun" & "Seeing Eye" RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Monty TreachVay Mr. and Mrs. Van Riggs Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Charle'y Langslon and family Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS He knows who has (he cleanest, freshest wash in town . . . who is salisficd with halfway, old-fashioned methods. Ffow do you rate? Do y o u. know our delivery man? \Ve Ihink you should . . . for he can help you to a new way of living. Let him take washday drudgery out of your house ... let us show you the results of professional laundry service . . . and you'll look forward to his visits every week I Blytheville Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418

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