The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 25, 1952
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FOUR ELTOTEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER SEPT, X, oce ety Fat Mullins, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Jews to Observe Yom Kippur Here Brush Color Into Your Hair ' Y With. Help of Plastic Bottle Jews everywhere will-observe Yomj ' ' . _ Kippur or Day of Atonement from! riy AI.K'LA HART Sunday night] until Monday sun-j \i:.\ riKiuly Editor down/ " ! n your liair Inrks Thls sacrod holiday in the .lewKh calendar year Is observed uith divine services, special prayers and fList ing. Yom Kipjmr Services nt Temple Israel will be mmtuctPil by KPV. Dr, Alfred Vi.=e. Sunday nt R p :n.. Mouthy inoniins :H 10;: J 3 run. und Monday afternoon at 2:45 pin. Errmon tonics v.MI be: .Suntl ty night, "Brurieis In Our Way;" Monday morniiiR. "Whnt s a Cion] Jr, 1 /;" and Monday attemorm for 'be lights and a silken sheen, you can 111 vc it bfjth with a temporary color tint piviJrtr.Hfon. '/'he liul, v;hith rcmu'A in capsule form, uill last through about three shampoos, and it jillov.g you to bi'!'.'htrTi and accent, your own hair color or no dfiimatu- and "try on" r on trasi t!! 1 .? si in firs until you find! one tb:n Hor.s the most for you. Hecansi 1 thc'ri; is no permanent color rli'uute, you nrrdn't lw con- rrnird v.'ilh noti'-ciihle i""Hs Mernoml Service, ".So Much To D:i, j j!i<: out, rsjjcn.sivo npknep for re- So Little Done." i to'.irhint,' and the long-justing c-f- The Terple Choir with Mrs. !>•'<!-1 (or is of A hair dye, ton Fowl*fon n* or^an! r i find Hairy Vise ns Contor will ass-ist the rabbi in these -services. Club Dessert Eight Bridg Has e You can al'ro »r,c the proiiaration to cover t^U-IMe ernv iiml blend in dyed nr blrachrd hair to n rich, Mrs. Graham Sudbtiry wns ho>;less yesterday to her bridge club, members of Club Elglit. nt her home on Hervrn. The hostess served ft dc.ssert j A:)nlici:n:on is wonrlrrfullv ensy berrinre of a ne\v plnsUc srjueezf- botile hnisli nppllcntor. Merely lill U'.r l»!t!e with warm viator, tlis- folvc one cApsiiIe In it. nntl brush the solution onto your Inir with the lop nf Hie nriplirator. The flow in rnntrolteil Ijy firrucralng the sides <1 lht> bottle. This new method of noplving col- your h:tir nvnitls ines. 1 ; nnd ex- Coming Events Tliunttay Dorcai Sunday School Clae? of Calvary Baptist Church hns .social wllh Mrs. Raymond Bomar at 512 Chlckasawba, Mrs, E. fl. Chllwood entertains Thursday Rook Club, Ouplirnte Bridge League begins six week's series. Mrs. Jerry Scrape Is hostews to mnml>erR of the TI.K CUih. Friday Rebecca F.odKe has conferring of depre* 1 * fol towing a 7:30 p.m. potluck Clipper at. the Oddfellows Hall First Mcr ting of the Reason ol JilylhevJIte Woman's Club to bo held at 2:30 p.m. preceded by executive board nt 2 p.m. Stitch and Chatter meets with .Mrs. Thomas IJorris at 7:30 p.m. course with Iced drinks at small I drlppliiK. applies the solution tables centered with early blossoms of autumn. Mrs. S. c. Owens \vns a guest of Mrs. Sudbury and the club. Mrs. Charles Langston look first place with second and brtdgo going to Mrs. Owens. Brotherhood To See Film The Men's Brotherhood nnd guests of the First Baptist Church •will have [heir monthly -supper meeting Friday evening nt 1 o'clock In the church dining room. Darrell Swnnner, president of the Brotherhood, (irmounced program plans, which Include a showing of the film on the new Revised Standard Version of the TUhln. More than 55 members and guests are expected to attend. Sew-Simple From A Yard 8605 '.2-20 EACH PATTERN ONE YARD OF 54 Bv Sue Burnett Takr all the fuss and out nf rnlor tinting; your lunr \^i(ll thr liH[i of a nctv plustlr MJ LI IT / c - hull I« a jipl i c.i t o r I ha t features n sprriat lirnsli trip. actly where yon wnnt II. and 15- nurps ei-'en coverage. The over-all effect will be one of beauty. Lange PTA Has Initial Meeting Members of Langc Parcnt-Teach- -s Association held their Initial enernl meeting yesterclny, nt the chool, preceded by n meeting of he executive board. Mrs. ,f. C. Droke ])resldecl over tile isiness session, nnd Mrs. Byron Bits of News Blytlievllle Husplla! Dismissed: Mrs. l-'oy nurlifon. Stccle Ixjlinie Lilld^ey. Victoria Walls Hospital Disrni-.srd: Mrs. LfVnllcy, Cily Patty Collins. City M:s. O. H. Tremble. City Mi's. L. O. Morris, Stecle Bigger, Better, Smarter MMuwry In. Store For Fall, Winter George Oakln Ropp hns been accepted for membership In the Ar- knnsns Tech Band following a week Charles G. McDanlel left for Evanston. III., to enter Nortlnvest- irn University for his senior year, after spending 10 days wllh his Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- Danlcl. Mrs. D. C. McLean will leave to- norrow afternoon to spend the week end In Memphis wllh her husband, Dr. McLean, wtio hns been seriously 111 for several weeks. Dr. Mcl/ean, who Is reported lo be Improved, is not, at Rutlnr-r Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Wheeler spent e.stcfciny rii Memph) Mrs. J. S. Shields of Memphis, Mrs. Fred Masscy of Nashville, Tehn,, Mr.s. Hoss Mns.scy of Vlnn, Ala., are the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert T. Thompson. H. G. Pnrtlow, who underwent major surgery In Memphis several weeks ngo. Is now "resting well nt his home." Billy Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs, Tommy Reid, Is nt Ills home nt 2133 Carolyn Street, after undergoing treatment nt the Methodist Hospital In Memphis. The nev. and Mrs. noynl G. Shultz and daughter leit yesterday morning for Fayettevllle, Ark., to make their home. The Rev. Mr. S-hultz Is the former pastor of the First Church of the Nnznrene, hen. where they made their home nt 100 Dougan. Miss Ann McDonald and her fiance, Ferrlll Bcrryhill, were in Parngonld Tuesday evening to attend n party given in Ihe couple's honor. They will be married Oct. 5. M'>s Kalherine Wheeler plims to spend the week end with her parents, in Caraway. Miss Wheeler Is a teacher In Junior HiRh School. Mr. arid Mrs. .T(ie Alexander and daughter. Mary Van, have as their Jiot 'ibout the cconomi:al ! Bursts Miss Lurillr Hawthorne nnd ?rv.Ji'^ you o>::ld ima^mr und so pr.irtiral. A !ov-(:iy ovcrblousc and a ucli lailoi-eci si.irt ami each item requires Just, or.c yard of 54-Inch in the fin.i.lcr siz?.--! PatJcni No. 8n;"i is a s?\v-rilr per- ; lin-ivc by piliine. Strt. Vest. Pon of foratcd p.v,irn in s:»-.> 12. H, 16, 18. Mrs. Kuhvyck. lias Just returned 2\ Sir.e H, 1 \'.\i 1 o! i>!-in:li. ! from several months duty in Ko- Pattcrn No ?,~5l is a M'W-VIL!' pi'v- rra. IiK^Icd pa'.tc'ii in V.:UM si:rs ^4. 2">, i Mrs. Moi.roe Brshnrse was In !G' : . 28. 30, 32. ei?,..- 2i. 1 yard o! 54- j Mnnnliis this week Ii'.-li. I Mr. aTHl Mrs. Punk Vvillls and Far l]-f-'~p p^iltiMLis. :-eml SO..- for : Mrs. L. T. Hnrnhnm Irft yesterday! E'.CH. in COINS, your name, ad-[for SI. Jo eph. Mo. lo attend the lirr^s. Urircci. uml tho PAT- j funeral of the Willis' son-in-law. TEHN ;;; ?.:RF:; in sue B;irncii. j Jair.i'.s MvMi'h, who died suddenly Co-:i;'T :•:;•«>. 3^;j Q'ini.y .«!.. Clu- [ nf polio. "-'i 0. 111. I Mr. nnd Mrs C. W. Afllfck and !:-;:<iy tcir yen E-.UV. -L'.iw FASH-' Mis. A!rii.-k's mn'hiT. Mrs. T. H. ION for 'S2. F:ill and Winter. This J [Mcinmolis, are in St. Louis. The nev: i><q;e is filled \\nli ideas [or j Afllid;s will usit friends nnd rel- Moore was In charge of the program. Mrs. James Roy gave the Inspirational message nnd used material from the booklet. "Art of Living," by Dr. Norman Pee!. Introduction of Ihe faculty was made by Mr.s. Charles Pcnn. prln- clpaj. and Miss Winnie Turner Introduced Ihrce seniors at Arkansas Slute College, who are doing practice teaching In Mississippi County schools. They Included Miss Kath- erlne arable, Miss Pauline Adams, nnd Charles Johnson. The ixresident's message was given uy Mrs. Harry Bradley. For dl.sciis.slon of PTA programs, money and projects. Ihe i>ronp was divided into five "buz" sessions. Mrs. Art Olsen w r as appointed chairman of the committee lor * Lunge parade float for the National Cotton Picking Contest. It was voted to purchase medical supplies to complete flrst aid equipment on both floors of the building. Mrs. LcRoy Hnddlcston, safety chairman, called altcnllon to safety measures which ar« to b* wverf. and Eome which arc now In progress, Mr.s. Hnrry Bradley announced a list of the room mothers nnd plans of action for their year's work. A treasurer's report and IlnfliicLal NOTICI: OF SALE Notice is hereby given that the Commodity Credit Corporation, mortgage In a mortgage executed by Herbert Nolan on the 3rd day of March, 1951. and duly .'iled in Ihe office ot the Recorder In and for Mississippi County. Arkansas, in which morteaee Ihe said mortgagor waived all rights of appraisement, sale nnd redemption under the laws of the Slate of Arkansas, will, pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of said rnort- gnge nnd by the laws of the Stale) of Arkansas, on the 1st. day of Oc- ! i 1 p} i. i.1 f~*\ j_l • l"~ I I lobe,-. 1052, at 2100 o'clock m ^Mexico Puts on the Dog this Fall afternoon of .said clnte, at farm lo- The new hits for F. 1 .!! nnd Winter are real hats. They are deep, nony (if them covering the sitlc and buck hair completely. The cloche is hack; so are helmets and lurhrtns. Laddie Northridge does a deep cloche of suit t.ttipc felt (upper icfl) patterned with an embroidery of jet half-moons. Deep-lilting bonnet (upper center) of dusty plum velours is a Chanda design. Crown has deep folds; is accented liy a rid^e of spruce gice» grosgrain. Sally Victor's deep cloche in brilliant turquoise angora felt (upper right) typifies this silhouclte. For dinner and ilanciug, there's Waller Florell's profil* beret of irridescent while sequins marked by a pair of full-blown pink silk roses. Or, there's Laddie Nortluidge's glittering golden evening hat o( feather-light plastic beads ((lower center) on a crescent silhouette. The model wears a multi-strand bib of the s.ame beans. Emme's little Jeweled heret (lower right) in pink kid leather is studded with garnet stones and accented with inset band ol sir- net velvet. Accent is on depth plus a soft look. cated one and one-half miles east of Hickman In the County of Mississippi. State of Arkansas, olfer for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, the foUowing described property to-wit; 1—Round Steel Eaton Grain Bin—capacity 1000 bushels. Witness my hand this the 24th day of September. 1953. Commodity Credit Corporation By C. F. Ford, County PMA Commltteeman 924 By I-AUKANCK F. STUNT7, Al* Ncu'sfcatures i MEXICO CITY—Don't pack that extra pair of blue Jeans for your trip to Mexico, denr—better put in your fanciest cocktail dress Instead. though they may use simpler fabrics and more Mexican lines. Briefly, the trends tire these: .Skirts are longer; for some very formal evening clothes they are floor length. Necklines, unable to plbovvs and the cuffs repeating the gold line of the bodice. The cuffs were held up by tapes cirounrl the upper arm. which might cut off circulation during a long night. But It was something to see. status of the local unit was given by Mrs. E. w. Mnlllns, Mrs. II. P. WiUinghnin Rave a report on the school for exceptional children"/:! Mrs. Caller Ony wns elected first vice president to succeed Mrs, Fay Austin, who hns resigned. It was voted by the proup to send a letter of appreciation to R.. A. Nelson of Dr. Pepper Company, for the donation of two electric clocks for the school. Room count went to Miss Alice Mnrle Ross' room and Miss Florence Moore's rooin. The sixth grade mothers served refreshments to the 85 who attended. NOTICE OF SALE Notice i.i hereby given that the Commodity Credit Corporation, mortgagee in a mortgage executed by Jesse Snyder on the 3rd day of April, 1951, &nd duly filed in the office of the Recorder in end for Mississippi County, Arkansas, In whEch mortgage the said mortgagor waiv*d all rights and apprai.semaat, .snle and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas, will, pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of said mortgnge and by the laws of the State of Arkansas, on the 1st day of October, 1952, ttj 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon of said date, at farm located one and one-half miles southeast of Hick- an in the county of Mi.ssis.sippI, ate of Arkansas, offer for sale to highest and best bidder (or sh, the following described prop- ty to wit: Witness my hand (his the 23rd y of September, 1952. Commodity Credit Corporation By C. F. Ford, County FMA Committeeman 92-1 This may be the dressiest winter ji;o any lower with propriety, are ei- in Mexico pJnoe Edwardiaif days. I ther .stationary or higher by the Henri de Chatillon, one of the city's! diameter of a pore or two. | Howsiost dressmakers, unveiled hisj Everything which could be made: fall nnd winter ideas recenUy and | o [ stiff fabrics is, and everything hns pockets on the front of the hip, j even evening dresses. Henri showed ; a distinct partiality for panels on' - the left front and right rear of shirt-tal) are all light in a beach i sklrls . Coats generally had standing resort. But you'll be stared at if you' co u ar s and the front buttons close v:ear slacks or shorts in the larger ; together, cities and towns. The tourist commission recently The first step In successful food canning is to wash Jars, lids and rubbers in hot soapy wfiler. When you get a suntan lotion stain 011 your clothes, have it treated as quickly as possible by your dry cleaner. This type of stain will become set after several 'days, making it difficult, If not impossible, to remove. In Britain the corrcepondlnf automotive term for defroster In "demister". you never saw such frou-frou. Even If you don't likef roil-fro 1 !, don't plan to dress to informally in Mexico. Jeans, shorU and flowing Hats, always fancy in Mexico, were mostly veivet with leathers. Generally tliey were plastered on the side of the head. One with At Hays Store warned its visitors about revealin their legs. It pointed out they won't be allowed In any Mslorlc churches wllite ' feathers unfurled hhj ,•: 7.- — for sight-seeintf unless they are' spread ol 18 inches—that was the wcarmg skirts. Aini.yU un>tliiii 5 hi re[1 vch - et one , Ano ther had the ****,,'.** ias * k \*" "^* k ^^ "*". '-'-Pn^a hmco ~ wntre learners ort 4 something over the shoulders. Is; ErHy velvet. There was a ^ob's hat I good for most place* In the dny I of black velvct wllh ^ bcads ! time. A little snmeUiine In ll^ht - arolm[ j t h r upturned rim \ woo! will see .you Uirough the cool. ^ 1C ^ own , vbich kcpt the model; CTenlng^. j c i rcu ^tin^ time after time Henri is mare French In h!,i Hrasl "Botticeni"—tream satin stra was! Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Flvnn of LUtle Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck and Mis. James Vest arr In Memphis today to meet. Sst. Vest, who will Delphian Society Studies Program "Political PiHKro of the Nation." progrnni heard yesterday at 10 m. nt Hotel Noble, wns given members of Dcltonlan Chajjter of Dcl- plilnn Socitly at their semi-monthly tueetitiR. Lender for tho rlny, Mrs. T. I. Scay hncl the iuwistnn.ce o! Mrs. Joe Kergit'on. Mrs. J. p., Garrott, \frs. JOP Atkins. Mrs. Mavis Scttlemtrc nnrt Mrs. Mnlt Monachnn. Mrs. FcrKii.-oil spokn on "What Makes Our Government Fcdprnl" (viiile Mrs. Carroll's subject was "How the Constitution Works." "Some Problems of Practical Government" wan I lie subject of M Atkins' talk: "A Look at our PolH- ioal Patties," was Mrs. Scttlemire's Mibjfcl: nnrt Mrs. Monaghan spoke on "Tile President nnd Congress.' nageLicenses Tiie following couple has oblaiu I'd ;-» itntrrkige Ii:enf;p at the oftici of the County Clerk, Mrs. Elira belh Illyihe rnrkor: James T. Alford and Ficda Sipca both of Bli-thcvillc. srv.i:M: for a new sr;t-on; cift pattern printed inside the boo'<. 25c. ntlic-, while Mrs. PLemmons attends a mer-ting of Women's Christian Temperance Union. Distinctive Gifts arriving daily Miniature Dolls you'll marvel nt the distinctive dress of iho>e petite dolls . . . the perfect Rift S!,:>t> to SI.OOI Christmas Cards Choose your Christ mas cnrris NOW from our wonderful collection , . . name imprinted if yon desire. Bridge Tallies ,ght bridge tally makes your p.irtv nu~ he "rlpht tally" is at thL- Gift Shop! The Gift Shop Tl;e right bridge tally makns your p.irty nioie enjoyable . the "ri^lit tally" is at tin. GiU Shop! On Main What's she got that I haven't ? Why does ji "housewife jmd mother" fed inferior to caro«c women? I n the new Oct ober Lailia*' Home Journal a beloved Anti popular doctor names Ihp 1 wiiircofl ot tho homcmaker's inferiority complex. (iRt yotir copy and road why boinR a uoo<J mnther is the most dcn\at\dinj;, mo'l talented, anil nio^t rfimni- iny rarerr in tho worlct t a<*cord- IPK to Dr. Benjamin Spock! thnn Mexican and his show \vas the outcome or his summer trip to Paris. But the other good designers here . with the bodice outlined In gold i embroidered curlicues. With it were ' cream -"satin shoulder length ploves. I are showing the same trends, even I with cuffs like gjumt!ets~above the 1 Open 7:00 p.m. Show Starts at Du5k; 2 Shows Every Night THURSDAY & FRIDAY > Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & .TOc At All 'rimes Plus Cartoon & Comedy LAST T1JIKS TOMTK £-**• tO» C»«i»nr-rot gntcon •> |>AV1D"°B A1HSHEBA „„,,.. TECHNICOLOR Also Cnrlonn & Comedy F1U - SAT Double Feature Also Serial: "X.ombios of Slraio.sphere' Hns Cartoon AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY & FRIDAY -M's SMJCY, SUMPTUOUS NFW o I'aramoiml News & Cnrlitpn "Ain'l Slic Swccl" RITZ GUESTS .Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Uncoil Mr. and Mrs. .lames Rntigers Mr. and Mrs. Monroe, lieshears Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wont!, Jr. A Stunning Casual By Betty Barclay fin (ticks run from neck to hemline on this beautiful button-front dress. Dosris Vrununi designed it for (own and country wear in Burlington worsted-type rayon. Yours in any of these three rich Fall shades. Congo brown, dark green, or oxford grey. Sizes 9 to 15. ZOO E. 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