The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 24, 1952
Page 2
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FAGS TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Pat MuUiu, Society Editor PboiM 4461 t Mrs, Simmons i Is Married In Oklahoma M«. E. W^ Simmons was married Monday to L. C. Moor* of Wewoka, Okla., at the Methodist parsonage there, with the Methodist minister officiating. • v Mr! Moore, an ex-banker, has been a friend of Mrs. Simmons Cor more than 30 years, when both were residents of Ballsaw, Oltla. Mr. and Mrs. Moore are here for several weeks before returning to Wewoka, where they will make their home. UCWToHold Workshop Here Workshop for'Uniled Council of Church Women will be held In the First Methodist .Church .beginning at 10:30 am. under the leadership of the state president, Mrs. H. H. Tucker of Little Rock. AH church women of the Blytheville are are being invited to attend. The plan for luncheon la that each person "bring sandwiches or «w«t«, and coffee wiU be served by the hostess women. .The program for the day will be "We Seek .Techniques." Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m. and the program will begfn at 10:50 a.m. Mrs. Tucker will speak on the unique function of the UCW "and following'the work groups will be conducted 'under the, direction of Mrs. .William Pitzhugh of \Blytheville,'Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Emerson Beutley of Jonesboro. In the afternoon swsion, Mrs. P. M. Latourett*; 6T Jonesboro and Mr».Tucker, will speak. Mrs. Roy I. • Bigley. will. be • In' .charge' •. o f the worship. ' Blytheritle H M pltal DUmiswd: ' Mre. Whitney Morgan, city .Mrs. W.' B. McMullln, City Mrs.Llnney. Azbell,- Cooter Emalee Moore, City Mra. j. R. Lett and" baby. City Mrs. Tom Green, city i . ' . Walla Hospital Dismissed: Joan Turner, OsceoIX Mr*. Louise Matthews, City Lydia O'Leary Gains Success Because of Beauty Handicap By DOROTHY ROE AP Women's Kdllor Feeling sorry for yourself? Listen then to the story of Lydla O'Leary, who started Hie with a handicap that would Jloor most Country Club Is Scene of Party Country Club was the scene yesterday for a bridge party given Tor members of the I^a Nueve Club, when Mrs. Coleman Stevens WHS hostess. Guests for the occaslpn were Mrs, Robert N'elson of Wilson, and Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr. A 'Halloween 1 motif was used In all the decorations and (allies. Mrs. R. E. Green won club first, place, with guest high 'score going to Mrs. Farr. Mrs. Melvin Hnlscll won brldgo. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Bridge Club Has Luncheo n Mrs. Hnrry, w, Hlitnes wns hostess to members of her bridge club, the Mld-Week. Club, yesterday with a luncheon nt her home on Chlck- asawbR. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was a guest of the club. Luncheon was served from small (note's In the entertaining rooms, which were decorated with cut full flowers, Winners of the Rtlcrnoon's bridge games were Mrs. M, o. Usrey, htyh score, and Mrs. W. L. 'Homer, second high. Late News In Classics Luncheon Held At Country Ciub Mre. G. O. Cau'dlU entertained yesterday at the Country Club for members of the Thursday Contract Club, with 'a luncheon and afternoon of bridge. Winners of the Dairies were Mrs. E. B. Borum, and Mrs. P. D. Foster. Included in : the guest list were rtrs. Neal Gesell and Mrs. Marvin Robinson. The table from which the livb- ourse 'luncheon was served 'Wan entered , with ,, chrysanthemuths. ^nhllas also were used., pretty young women, and today Is one of Ihe happiest persons in the world, Lydla, otherwise endowed v;!th all the best points of Irish beauty, was born with a disfiguring birthmark which covered half her face. When she cnme to New York to seek her fortune, quite a few years ago, she found the birthmark an unsiirmountable barrier to Jobs and beaux. Blio lacklod the problem with common sense, experimented with various kinds of makeup until she perfected a smooth, waterproof skin tone which completed hid her disfigurement,"and then set out to larkct it. Today she Is the personification of the feminine success story, beautiful, poised, assurcth happily married and the head of her own ntcirmUoiuil business, During World War II and since, ie hns devoted much of her time o work with plastic surgery patents. Lydla visited veterans' hospitals mil shower! these boys how to ap- Jly her cosmetic to conceal scars m hands or face, even supplying » "beard tiarkencr" to heighten the natural effect on hi ale checks and chins. Says she: "The letterSjJrom some of these boys who were afraid to face the world because of disfiguring BCIITS are my most treasured possessions. Many of them have made real successes In various fields, overcoming the psychological handicap which threatened them." Miss O'Leary Is most Interested now In helping children born with disfigurements or blemishes. She explains: : "A child's whole life may be af- r ected by sensitivity over a facial blemish. There Is a psychological scar it] addition to the physical one, whclh may affect the entire personality." Miss O'Leary's cosmetic has other, less cerlous uses. For black eyes—it's terrific! Thursday Club Conducts Game Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs, W. D Crmmblin were guests yesterday nt a meeting of the Thursday Club when Mrs. A. G. Little was hoste; t her home. Centering the luncheon tnble was i .fruit arrangement, and flower: yrere used In other entertaining oom».> The afternoon w us spent'In play- ng bridge, Mri, R. p. Kirshner won "lr»t place, with second going to Mrs R D Hughes 8897 34-tt By SUP Burnett A special lor the Jltghtly larger figure. This expertly designed shlrtwatel style has plenty of fashion news in the comfortably fitting ' yoke, the graceful shaped 'collar. Pattern No. «8»7 1» • sew-rite perforated patem In llies M, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, M. Size 3S, short sleeves, 4;s yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30e tn COINS, your name, address, slie desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 315 uincy St., Chicago 6. III. Re«dy for you now—Basic FASHION for 5?, rail and Winltr. This new Issue is filled with Ideas for smart, practical sewing for * new season; gift pattern printed Inside the book, 25c. . On* hi** QVKX HUB, OF MNO* TMOAT UtltTATWN __ fott ond «ff*ctW« — w«rV« tw» v.oy>i g H) nVwwt m'irnr Mtmtiin *nd dittvm- » lort olrtKrtt el »n<«; (3) 'ontit'ofic mif. Groin-' i may tawM min WO-AOUA-DMN Thr«rt lotwtgc* , Woods Drug Bits of News Mrs. Hubbard Is Hostess to Club Mre. ' George Hubbard Jr.. . was hostess yesterday to members of the Kibitzers Club, when all members attended. Fall flowers were used In the entertaining rooms of her home. Bridge games Mere conducted In Ihe afternoon, and following, a dessert course was served. Mrs. Harry A. Haines won first place, and Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr., won second. Bridge League Plays at Hotel A .five-stable Howell movement was played'last night by members of th'cTDupllcate Bridge League when members gathered at Hotel Noble. First place winners were Mrs. Foy Elchleson and Mrs. Frank Grlgsby, second place winners were Mrs. B. P. Kirshner and Jim Wallin of Little Rock, and third went to Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mis. Essie Davis, Mrs. Le« Stiles, Mrs, Mary Scrapes, and Mrs, H, A, Coueland left thU morning for Raleigh, N.C., where they will apend 12 days attending the National Council of Home Demonstration Oiubc. Mrs. J. P.'Moore of Hlpley, Tenn,, Is visiting her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. stalling*. Mre. Jim Roleson and aon are In Wynne, Ark., to visit her parenti, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Fliher. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow and daughter, Pat, will spend thl» week ertd In Little Rock as the guests of Mr, and Mrs, R. B. Stout and daughter, Mary Ann. While there, they attend the Arkans'as-Ole Miss football game, and wil.1 be Joined by their son, Graham Partlow, a student at University of Arkansas. Mrs. E. H. Mason, Mrs. Kendall Derry, Mrs. Charles Ray Mewcomb, and Mrs. Hamilton Talbott of Be- thesiia, Md,, spent yesterday In Memphis.,. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Bush were In Memphis yesterday because ol the death of Albert Brlnkley III. Mr. Urlnkley died Wednesday of polio. He'was a fraternity brother of the Bush's son, Allen, where they wore room mates at University of Tennessee. Mrs. Beverly Mulllna has' been elected secretary and treasurer hf tlie Masquers Dramatic Club at Arkansas -State College In Jonesboro. She will play one of the three principal roles, Mrs. Webb, In the play "Our Town," by Thornton Wylle, to be presented-In December,Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips plan to go to Little Rock for the Arkansas-Ole Miss game Saturday, and will be Joined' there by their son, Russell Phillips, Jr.; student at the University. Among others In Little Rock for the Saturday game between Arkansas and Ole MLss, will be Mr. and Mrs. Churchill Buck, Mr. and Mrs A. a, Little, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose and Mr. arid Mrs. 1. R. Coteman. . E. B. Gee, Jr., a student at the University of Arkansas will 'Join his parents, Mr. and Mi<f. E. II. Gee a' Little Rock at the Arkansas-Ole Miss game tomorrow. Mrs. John E. Ctousc and children Marilyn and John Ed III, and Mrs Joe Evrard and daughter, Dmnhe of Memphis are visiting their father Ernest Roe, and Mrs. Roe. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger. Jr will leave tomorrow lor Little Rock to attend the Arkansas-Die Mis: gntnc. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash and Mr and Mrs. w. O. Higglnson were In Memphis yesterday. Mr. anil Mrs. J. b, Smith left today for Richmond, Vn., where they will be the guest of their daughter, Mrs. Maurice' Westridge,. Mr. West-' ridge and children, Susan and David. • , Dr..and Mr:. Jack Webb and Dr. and Mrs. Charles Craig left today for Little Rock to spond the. week end, and will attend the Arkansas- Ole Miss football game... . Billy Sheltdn spent yesterday ; in Memphis with his grandfather, who is a patient at a Memphis hospital. Among other couples attending the Arkansas-Ole Miss game tomorrow, will be Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner. Mrs. Ney Hunt of Memphis, a former resident, Is spending today with Mrs. G. W. Pyles. *repe Mq/ces Big Come Bocfc NEW YORK—(NEA)— Crepe hm made its big comeback this year. Out of circulation for some time, Wilson PTA Holds Meeting at School : : WILSON — "Building a Firm Foundation for Our Children- Through Better International Understanding" was the theme of the program when the Wilson Parent- Teacher Association met .Tuesday evening In the school cafeteria. Mrs. J. W. Miller of Joiner, district.' PTA director, was guest speaker. Her topic was the United Nations. The meeting opened with group singing led by Bruce Frizzell. Miss Priscilla Spinks accompanied nt the piano. Broughtpn .' Lovelt was program leader.' Norton Rainwater gave the devotional and John Bowen>read the National PTA President's message. . During the business session, pre- 1 sided over by the president, Mrs. Hudson Wren, reports were given] by various committee chairmen,! Mrs. Elstner D. Beall, chairman of' the publication .committee, announced that the "50 Club" mark had been reached In the magazine cirlve with the prospects of more to be added before 'the drive ends. Other chairmen reporting were' Mrs. Maurice Lynch, finance; Mrs. J. D. Rankln, program, and Mrs. C. D. Pi-Ice, membership. It wns also announced that the B»th MIHett It has firmly re-established itself for fall and winter. The new crepes differ somewhat from the "good little black crepe" that you once knew so fondly. They have more body, are leas prone to wrinkle, .take beautifully to tucking or pleating, drape .wonderfully and therefore lend themselves to distinctive design. . . Crepe was once a fabric strongly Identified with the' term "afternoon dress." The new crepes are more versatile. They go to luncheons and teas, Its" true, but they also go to dinner and the theater, to small evening parties. They can be dressed up or down; they take to furs or slip under a winter coat. For luncheon In town; one girl (left) wears Elsenberg's tucked rayon crepe. Horizontal tucks form • wjde. handsome cummerbund from bust to hlpllne. peep dolman sleeves draw attention to a tiny . bodice. Loose panels, front and back, lend the skirt a fluid feeling. ' •:. Her companion (right) wears a rayon, crepe with two-tone treatment by thfs same designer. Tucks are used here, too, from neck to hemline. Neck Is high and round; sleeves are loose and flowing. Husband Must Be Shown Wife's Smart and Clearer "What can • woman do If her huabtnd domt show any confident* IB her whatsoever?" • wife And then the go** on to explain: "If I rearrange • room he b sure It Unt quite right unleu some out- ilder comment* on how nice it looks. "If we are having guests to dinner he worries and freti about the menu I've planned »nrt doesn't relax until the guests praise it., . "He Is never even sure about the clothes r buy. I've never had too much self-confidence anyway and so his attitude Is pretty hard on my self-esteem. Is there anything I can do to prove to him that I do have some sense and that my taste is ns good as that ol other women's? 1 Have you trfed letting him know that other people seem' to respect your taste and Judgment? Forget about false modesty and start repeating the compliments people pay you. for instance, after you've had guests to" a meal don't fail to mention fhat Mrs. Jones asked for your souffle recipe. Tell him you love your new hat, that you've had so many compliments on-it. Let him know when others ask your acivlce, etc. Give yourself a build-up whenever you can but do it as casually AS possible. That ts how wives sell their husbands on how smart they i* h«s a •mart, elev«r, « « wilt. You don't think matt BMB flftu» -jat out for thcuielTM, do you? Ifou bet they. dont. Th»Pi an Idea heir wivet have to sen them and keep them aold on.. are and what impeccable taste they have. You've probably - been selling yourself short by showing doubt ol your own abilities. So start In to Rook Club;Plays Weekly Games Here Members of the Thursday Rook Club met yesterday at the home o Mrs. Leon Sherer for a weekly rool parly. Winners were Mrs. T. W. Ooforth first,. Mrs. Neville Blakemore, sec onci, and Mrs. Eugene Brown, rookp Cake and coffee were served the conclusion of the day'a activl ties. Read Courier News Classified Ads! PTA will continue buying books for the Elementary, School library, •'. Following,.ttif .meeypg,;, was held with ; the fifth and sixth gratlj room , mothers as hostesses. Seventy-six persons attended the meeting. Coming Events Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets a the Hotel Noble at 1:15. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times . Admission 14c & 39c FRIDAY & SATURDAY SERIAL: The Zombies Also Cartoon , SUN - MON Double Feature Super-flexible! UNITED STATES LLCol. WILLIAM F. SANTELMANN, Conductor 2 Performances LEGION MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM Blytheville/Ark. Wed v Nov. 5th Benefit of Blytheville High School Band NIGHT PERFORMANCE 8:15 p.nir Adm. $1.50 and $2,00 STUDENT MATINEE 2:30 p.m. Adm.SOc and $1.00 RESERVED SFAT^ T™W&* rVC«JEIY V Cl^ OC/-V I O On Sale at Courier News OR MAIL CHECK TO P.O. BOX 808, BLYTHEVILLE, ARK.> Genera) Admission Ticket* on Sale at Owens Drug Store and Roth rock Drug Store or through any Blytheville Civic Club. brand new ...AND OURS ALONE! LAST TIMES TODAY JOHN WRITHE •—— m WARNER BROS'_ „ WMiM€R HW» VPLUS- Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel THE FEATHER-WEIGHT MOCCASIN Tht leisure iHoe Jipu're dreamfd about ii here. baby your loot with tn incredibly cosy-bending sole ...$o airy tight, Jo drcamy-tojt you hardly know you have shoes on! What a wonderful uvy to play or breeze through a buty day^ £ Qfl O 70 ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP RITZ GUISTS Dr. and Mrs. Charles Craig and family Mrs. Bobbie Bell Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grimes and family Dr. and Mrs. T. Brookman SATURDAY ONLY! Plus A Cartoon Carnival Five Full Length A UNWlRSAl-WTERNATIOfiAt PICTURE Cartoons Also Serial: Black Hawk BRONCO BUSTER (SchniCofof j SUNDAY & MONDAY n THE UPftOARieUS STORY OF THE 6.1 WHO TOOK MS PET LION ALONfi WHEN HE JOINED THE ARMY ! 204 West Main Paramount News — Cartoon — Novelty RIT2 GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Tomlison and family . Mr. and Mrs. Tim Esles and family 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Bin Pat ton and family Mr. and Mra. Claude Alexander and family

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