The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1952 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX f? • 4 A/ eXkxefa /VewA Huiiins, Society Editor 9 Phone 4-ifif (ARK.) COURIER NE\VS TUESDAY, SEPT. 18, 195J fat Muiiins, Society Edi Methodists Have Weekly Program A weekly meeting of member of Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Hi i opt- Mtuhorti.si Church was held tan night at the church. Mrs. Georce Shanks offered HIP opening prayer, which \\-a.s followed by the business session, presided over by Mrs, Cecil Lu.sk. After officer's reports had bcrn given, the devotional was piven by Mrs. W. L. Green, \vho Sjjoke on the "Way lo Hiippmcs-s/' "Ble.sseel Assurance'' w a t sunR I) v the group, and they weic dLsmj.^eJ by Mrs. Bob McMasir-r. Dolly Hiett YWA Meets for Study Members of the Holly Hfott | First Baptist cinirrii met last n^.n- in the home* of Peggy Gilmcr nnj MouJtne Drive. Shirley i Wnlden was introduced as n guest of (he tnminp. The president, ErneMine Holt, was in charge of the business, opening with the watchword, nnd of-! Jered the opening prayer. I June Vcach taught a chapter In* the mission book "Tangled Threads." Mrs. J. A. Enricrlin, leader, met with the group. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting, s -\ ^IJifeV. N 'X V /iV\. s v/Viv-v ^..si^vt ^%M •^;;l4;? KVfiAOKII—Mrs. Laura Everett ' ' , . """ P "' '"''' Bits of News Ronald (Buddy) Phillips nnd Rtiinicy Xellner left yesterday for Memphis where ihey spent the nUiht before Koinji to Columbia, Tenn,, to enter Columbia Military Academy. Tom n nd Joe Wa I Is left tod ay for Vandcrbill, where ixilh will be students. Mrs. Herbert H. Hrooks of Memphis was Ihe KUC-.SI, yesterday and last nlghl, of Mrs. Walter Rosen- thul. Sue Carol Oiv, borne has been eli'cU'd production manure]- of the oolitic annual nt Arkansas State CoUcse hi Jonosl>oro. Leaving today for Columbia Mill- 1 lury Academy are Adam Taylor, and Jitckie I.cnti. Everett, to Albert Smothers, son of Mr, ami Mrs. R. F.. .Smothers. IJoth nt tended Hlythevillr* .schools, and Mr. Rmothci.s is employed, by Hotel Noble. Program-Meeting Held in Home Mrs. S. 3. Patterson was hosloss last night to the members of Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Mrs. A. Q. Shibley. president, was In charge of (he evening's nrogrnn]. Mrs. Leroy Hucidle.ston gave tlie scripture and devotion. Tile program consisted of i\ report from the Institute at Petit Jean tills year, given by Mrs. W. J Filz- hllgh. After tlie benediction was pro- nouncc-il by the Rev. W. J. FitzhuBh. the hostess served refce-shincnt.s. Forever The Favorite Is To Honor Program-Business Meeting Held Mrs. Roney Lambert wa.s hastens Insi night to 13 members of Women's Soc-Iety of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church, v,'ith one Kticst, Mrs. Betty Slltton. The cicnltsg's devotional was brouRht by Mrs. W. D. Hammond. Chapters In their mission- book, "Missions to America," were given by Mi.ss Alice Marie Ross, ami Mrs, John John. i x>n. Mrs. Glenn Bunch, president, ltd a prayer, and presided over a business session, in which the d a i e for the annual Harvest Supper was set for Oct. 'U. to be Jjivcn at the Ynrbro Club House. In n social hour which follov.cd. pai-iy foods and iceii drinks, were served. Coming Events Raiubnw Girts have polluck suii- per al 6:30 p.m. nt Hie Masonic Temple. Wednesday Executive Hoard meeting of 'Centra] PTA is to he held at 2:30 p.m. nt Central followed by a genoriil University of Mississippi at Oxford, I niccti "8 »'• 3, p.m. - - Sudlniry PTA has 3 p.m. meeting at sciiorj] preceded by u ^:30 p.m. meeting of the executive board. Hobby Otsbornc left Sunday lor | ' THE CAPPING'S THE CLIMAX-Nurse Husscll L. Swansburg, 2-1, of Ctcvekind, Ohio, has braved nil Ihe dangers or traditionally feminine classrooms, but he shies nt capping eiTorts mudc by nurses Veronica Mihelich, left, of Cleveland, and Arlene Coodling, of Erie, I'a. Nurse Swimsbun;, first male graduate in the history of Western Kcserve University's Frances Payne- Bcllon School of Nursing, plans lo return to the classroom to study for his master's degree. He is a native of Little Harbor. Nora Scotia. Ben Zuckerman and Ben Sommers Are America's Designers-of-the-Year through the years, The American Fashion Critics 1 Award, founded in 1043 by Coty. U presented annually to U.S. designers whose work during the previous year has had a significant effect on the nation's styles. Winners are chosen by a jury composed of 70 fashion editors of national magazines, newspaper syndicates and metropolitan newspapers. The "Winnie" award, which has the same significance in the fashion industry as does the "Oscar" of (he movies, is a bronze statuette de- stgned by the noted American sculptor, Malvina Hoffman. where In' will be a freshman. . Mrs. T. II. Plrmmons of charlotte. N. O,, niTivcd yesterday to IK- the ^ue:st of her daughter, Mrs C. W. Affllck. and family. Mrs. Bert Ellis, who is a patient at the Walls llospilal. will undergo m^ior surgery Wednesday morning. .John Caiulitl is at Campbell's Clinic, where he will remain lor A .supper was Riven last nifht' ut I sc \ c ™ 1 «' cck * f . or tr f atmcnl - STmnber Nine. honoring the Rev,/ 00 . n °™ h ha j " ecn taken l< mrt Mr* F,,,^nr. Rhnit, i V.I' Kc-nnccly General Hospital when Sue Burnett Leader in the fashion revue each seasonMs (he casual, \vcll mannered shirtwaist dress that suits evcrj occasion so chai mindly. This version h?s lace lo trim for a soft, feminine note. Pattern No. 8828 i.s n .sew-rile perforated pattern m size.s 14. 1C. !8, 20; 40. 42. 14. 4G Size 16. 4 yards ot 35-inch; '2 yitids IrunminBT. For (hii pattern, send :<OL- in COINS, your name, address, .size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue RuinoU. Courier News. 373 Q::ii:cy St.. Chicago 6. 111. Ready tor >ou now —Basic FASHION' for '51'. Fn'.! ami Winter. Tins new i.-,sue : tilU'd with i(ica.« for smnrl. practical sewing lor a new season ; cilt ral'.ern nrtnlcrl inside the bnok. ?5c. and'Mrs/'EuiJcnrShHlty. Yiiitl Tlr! S «<»»«* General Hosplt nnd Mrs. Billy Johnson, I-'ortv-five I £ ! s "iidergouig treatment in friends attended. ' Warci 1B The Rev. Mr. ShiilU h.is vc^icn.-d John Br - own rcce5ved treatment pn(tl yesterday tit Kennedy General HOF- pitnl in Memphis where he was a patient for -some lime. Mrs. T. H. Chapman, who broke hot- hip in a fall Saturday, was' taken lo Campbell's CUnlc, room :I05. where she miderwent surgery.' Her concision is reported "n.s well as could be expected." Edward Pipkin of St, Louis arrived homo today for a week's visit with his fmnly, be Tore returning to enter his sophomore year nt Washington University. Mrs. W. I.,. Phillips of Little Rock, is at the home of Mrs. T. H. Caraway, white she is In the Hos- hls position as pastor of the B;ip- tist Church there tluc to ill hcallh and. will rest several months before returning. Mr. Johnson Is being Inducted Into the nrrny tomorow. He was previously Sunday School superintendent. Supper was served buffet slylc ami the remainder of the evunini; was spent informally. Mr.s. Raymond Whittle, Mrs. Herbert Julian and Mrs. Pnnik Coals were In charge of aiTangc- |Central PTA To Meet at School -At Thursday Eufcclian Sunday School C!as.s of the First Baptist Church has 7::(0 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Willintn Ellis at 1321 Holly. Mrs. T. s. Parker Is hostess lo C. and N. Birthday Club at 7 ii.in. Friday Ladies' Bible Class of the First ] Methodist Church lias 2:^0 p.m.! meeting at the church with Mrs. 1 E. B. Hardin. Mrs. Prank Webb, Mrs. A. E. Hmitlcy, and Mrs. Lois : Morlaiui as hostesses. I Meetings of Ihe Central Parent- Teachers Association which h:;. 1 ; previously been heltl at-the First Bap- i list Church will now be held at Cen- I tral School. ' Mrs. James Terry, president, will ' ir.sUtc over the meeting tomorrow. j which will be the PTA's first gen- ' era] .session. Do not'dry nylon blouses on wire hungers. 1 lie hangers m:iy ni.^t or !s:ive a ridge in the dried blouse. HlytlicvUlc Hospital Di.sinisitd: Mildred Cnlemnn, Rt. 3 Wulls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Cleveland Tweedic, City, When you apply a sun-screen lo- lioti to your skin, remember to touch a drop or two to your scalp where the hair is 'purled. It will protect your scalp from simburnmg. By DOROTHY ROE Associated Tress Fashion Editor : America's deslgners-of-the-year, as chosen by a jury of fashion critics, arc Ben Zuckerman. maker of hl^h-stylc suits and cats, and Ben; Soimners, who has brought the bal- j let slipper into the everyday ward-; rone with his designs for Capezio' Shoes. j These two receive Ihe American | Fashion Critics' Award, consisting: of a bronze "Winnie," while special awards go to Harvey Berin for his I trend-setting moderate-price evening gowns and to Sidney \Vragge, of the firm of B. H. Wraggc, for his long range contribution of understated ulegance and interesting simplicity to sports clothes. KucJcertuan has spent his life since the age of 15 in the garment district, first as errand boy in a dress house, then as head of his own suit and coat business. His tailored fashions are notable fo.- good taste and workmanship. He fee-Is that suits and coats must be -lady-like" — never extreme. This year his "middy" suit makes news. Ben Sommers, owner and president of Capezio shoes, has started a nationwide vogue for the soft, youthful. flat-hccLcd dancing slip- i per which has become a favorite of I U.S. girls and women. Up to 10-10 | tiic* Capezio business was almost i entirely with the theater and ba!- ] let. Now the gtove-like fin us are j worn by millions of women for every kind of occasion. Harvey Berin is known for his finn's beautiful and distinguished dresses priced within reach of the average budget. This year his bell- shaped skirts are outstanding in his collection. Sidney Wragge, of the B.H. Wragge Company, started making men's shirts and progressed to women's sports clothes which have maintained a distinguished simplicity Emblem for Malayan Ships Is Designated KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya l&i ~ Malayan merchant ships will soon be flying a Malayan ensign In accordance with a bill published in the government gazette. The bill gives the high commissioner, Gen. Sir Gerald Templcr, power to prescribe an ensign to be known as the national colors of a Malayan ship. Only Malayan citizens and shipping companies having their principal place of business in Malaya can make use of the ensigns. Judge Penalizes Nine Centralia Juveniles CENTRALIA. Hi. (/Pj—One hour behind bars for nine small Centralia boys was part of the penalty'I fixed for a wave of thefts. , Marion County Judge J. E. McMackin Jr. also ordered them to stay home each night unless taken out by parents, lo make good school grades, keep good company and obey all laws. Shine Up That Crowning Glory Ouests for Hie evening's activities Included Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd French ~ „ and Mrs. Matt Fielder of Steelc. | pital in Memphis. First Methodists Meet in Homes Members of Seven Circles of Ihe Women's Society of Christian Service, nnd Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church held meetings yesterday nnd last nlghl. Mrs, C. G. Redman was hostess and Mr.s. F. L; Husband was co- hostesrs to members of Circle One. when 12 members nnd one new member. Mrs. Hen Hull attended. Mrs, Riloy Jon ox guve the devotion- juul Mrs. Joe Ferguson taught the study. Fifteen members and one guest j attended the meeting of Circle Two nt, the home ot Mrs. P. D. Foster,! when Mrs. E. J. Cure gave the devotional. Mrs. T. T. Seay and Mr.s. A. E. Hunt ley were hostess lo members of Circle Three nt the Scay home. Mrs. Hilclrcd Bunch ftn.ve the devotional, and the study was taught by Mrs. Newton WhtllV. Mrs. James Hill. Jr., and Mrs. W. J, Pollard entertained members of Circle lour with 18 in embers and two guests attending. Gue.sUs were Mrs. Gene Atkinson, who gave n report on Hobby Lobby nnd Mrs, William Wyalt. Mr.s. Hill gave the devotion a L Nineteen members oE Circle Five met with Mr.s. Lloyd Whiuakcr for the devotional anil study given by Mrs. O. C. GaiiFke and Mrs. H. C. Bush, respectively. Mrs. Leon Burns Rave the devotional and Mrs, Dick WhKe taught the study lo 18 im-mlxus ot Circle Six. who met nt (lie home of Mrs. Russell Riales with Mrs. \Vintred I \Vystt. ro-iioste,-s. Mis. Jack Cnatl- ' ra was introduced as a new mem- i ber. i Mrs. -Harold Wood cntcrhiiiirci I members of Circle Seven at IHT I home. Fit [pen members and one : new member. Mr* Ed Spaeth at- i tended, Mrs T. H. Caraway £iue | (he de\olion;il tor the evening, i At the imvtmg of niembfis of ' tin- We-lcvai\ PC i 1 vice OuiUl, which v.;is hrld al the iioinr ot Mr-- ?Yiink A^hby. a social w;is pivpn. The i jiroup diSi-us.-ed moji els (or Hob- j by Lobby which will be hold in November. Trinity Baptists Meet at Church Members of Circle One nnd Two (if Ihe Women's Missionary Society of Trimly Baptist Church met at the church lor n 1 p.m. luncheon, which was followed by business session, and program. Mrs..it;.W. Woolen led the group in repealing 1 the watchword a n d prayer;, whs .offered by Mrs. Kftth- erine Campbell. Mrs. J. II. Roberts was In charge of the program, whirh wns given, by Circle One. "Japan's Puzzled People" was Hie topic of the program, and those who nsKislinl in giving it were Mrs. E, C. Thompson, Mrs. David McPcnke. Mrs. Arah Speck, and Mrs. Campbell. After proiip singing. Mrs. E. G. Lmvll dismissed the meeting with prnyer. Mrs. Ras.s Cnldwcll wns hostess lo niembor.s of the Business Women's Circle and one guest, Mrs. McPeakc The program wns on state Missions. nnd after a prnyer by Mrs Woolen, iT.ir.s. McPeakc spoke on the missions. Sentence prayer closed the tncctiiig, and refreshments were served. YWA Entertained By Counsel er Mi 'inbc rs of the Yoii ng Wouicn's AuNiltai y of the First Il^[) Church met last night with their leader. Mrs, Hoy Head. Miss Millie Ann Mallory led pray- rr nftc-r lbe wntchwoid was given by ihe yroup. The progrnrn, muter the chrrction of Mi^ t,ounell Overman. w;is on the Dixie Jack.snn of- frrini; for mission funds. Mi.ss Adiiiinc Lre gave the dovo- Tionul ami others taking parl were M^^es Liu-ille Hubbiird.'Mrtiy Wobb ;iiuJ rat Mullins.. Ahcr j-ciitence prayer, the hostess .-< rved roftPt 1 and Crtke. By BKTTY CLATtKR Af* News feat tires Hciiiity ICdilor Wtiat is the proper way lo shampoo the hair? Most hair specialists assure us lhat hair can be kept healthy nnd nstrous by frequent clennsings ami isliings. Add to that proper diet nnd adequate sleep, if you want, a .ovely topknot, they advise. If the hnir Is dry, the scalp is likely lo feel tight. Little white- flakes or scale may be found on the •shoulders. If your locks are too oily •md show excessive oil from three days to a week alter n shampoo, yom- hnlr needs re-condition ing and careful attention. Sometimes hair goes berserk after an nines. 1 ; or n period of overwork. Hnlr is Ihe hcallh barometer of our systems, if we'd like to observe it In thai light. Most times hair will show nn abnormal condition before, we are aware of the ache or pain. If you can spare Ihe time, massage your scalp before the hair Ls brushed prior lo Ihe shampoo, This is done by pressing your thumbs at the back of the head and kneading with Die hands carefully from that area around to the ears and fore- , head, Ma.ssa^c the head by manipulating fingers and pnlms of the hand in circular fashion lo uid eircula- lion. | Before shampooing Ihe hair, ; brush it for five or ten minutes to -stimulate the scalp. It is best brushed upwards with a clean brush having good Jong bristles.' Each time the locks are brushed,; wipe the hair brush on :i towel, so thai a clean brush goes bnck lo the hair slrands. This will help remove excess dust and grime nnd make the shampooing job easier. 1 [ Soft .water is best when E\ good! lather Is desired. Loose dust should be sprayed out of the hair before; soap is applied. j A new non-alkaline shampoo offers a rich lather foam cream. IL contains its own rinse and dcodo-: rant, leaving the hair sweet smelling and lustrous. Easy Lo hundlc, U is packaged in a bellows-type botfle lhal permits easy access lo everv part of the chad when its plnStic container is squeezed. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Also Shurls: "Tots of Kim" S: "Seeing ICyc'' Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admissiun !)c S .'!()c Ai All Times , TIMOSDAY ONLY "LAS ISLAS MARIAS" All Mexican I'Mm \\Hli all Mexican Cast Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 D.-THURS. Adventure to make you wonder if it's TRUE MY'WRRY ItOKUT ARMSTRONG BRUCE CABOT l/OOPEE OCBOEDSACR R!TZ GUESTS Mr. anil Mrs. Monly Tread way .Mr. anil Mrs. Van HijiK.s Mr. ami Mrs. l.cKoy lioss Mr. and Mrs. Charley Langstim and family Open J:00 p.m Show Sl.irts at Dusk. 2 S'lous Evcrj Night TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Sliorls: Mickey Down Under & Crow Crn/.y SHOWING with Special Cooperation of New York Furriers at Whifsitfs 3 DAYS ONLY! 9 Wednesday • Thursday «Friday Sfolis • Jackets=Scar!s • Capes © Baum Martens • Ranch Mink * Stone Martens • Wild Mink O Russian Sable • Silver Blue Mink • Royal Pastel Mink THREE DAYS ONLY WEDNESDAY • THURSDAY • FRIDAY it's Whitsitt's "Because You Like Smart Things"

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