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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 4, 1952
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PA«I BLTTHRVTLLK (ARK.)" COURIER THURSDA^T, DEC. 4,. Mfi P«t MuUiM, Society Editor Phone 4481 Pqtsy Lou Pope, Bride-Elect, is Given Shower Complimenting Mlu P»tay Lou Pope Itst night wns a turprlse shower given at the assembly room of ChlcXasaw Courts by Mrs. Odell Barne«, Miss Diane Zcller and Miss Arlene Melssler. Mfss Pope, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Cleo Pope, Is the bride-elect of Don Morris. Standing it the extreme end of the 'room'was a gift \able overlaid In white linen and centered with a large bridal doll. The refreshment table was centered with a giant candel set In foliage on a mirror. Miss; Pope, who was dressed in .green And brown, was given a cor- Mge of kitchen measuring spoons and other small items. The evening was spent In playing party games with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Chester Lewis, Miss Pope and Miss Melssler. Mrs. Pope was a gue«t at the affair. Bette Lou Hall Is the Bride of John Earl Speck Wednesday Club Has Luncheon Alt members of the Wednesday * Club attended * meeting at the home .of Mrs. O. A. Cunningham jwterdsy, :»hen a weekly bridge game was.conducted. A..luncheon preceded the, games, • and centering the table where guests were seated, was an arrange- 1 .ment of yellow,aiid white chrysanthemums. .Potted plants, were used •in other purls of the enteitnlnlng rooms.' .Mrs'.-" T. E. Black took top honors in the bridge game, with second going to Mrs. Baker Wilson. Party Is Given For 2-Year-Old Mrs. : Kenneth Young was -hostess for » birthday party given for her son,. Nicky Dale, who Is two years old, Wednesday, when 'seven guosts attended. The children were, given favors of . balloons and horns and ;^w Mired ke'cream 'and birthday eake. Included were Mike Cassldy cf Bt Louis. Vickie Dee, Carol K.iy Alberg, Sharon Pate, Leslie Rousscl '»n Melba Hardln, :.Mrs. Virginia 6ee assisted the hostess In enter- 'tainlng. Sew Her A /Jumper-Jacket 8795 By Sue Buinett , This adorable Jumper-Jacket pa will delight your bale klndergirte miss, and It goes together easily «n quickly with our clearly Illustrate sew chart. In warm weather It dou bles as a sun drejfi. Pattern No. 8795 Is a itw-rtte pe forated pattern In sizes I, 2. S, 5, years. Sire, drew. 1H yards of 39 Inch; Jacket, H yard. For this pattern, send SOc COINS, your name, address, si desired, and the PATTERN N BER to Sue Burnett, Courier New 375 quinoy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for $ou now—Basic FASH ION for '52, Fall and Winter. Th new Issue Is filled with Ideas f smart, practical cewing for a ne season; gift pattern printed insl tha book, J5c. Bits of News Mr... John Earl Speck OSCEOLA — Mr. and Mrs. Wick all of Keiser announce the mur- age of their daughter, Bette L'ou John Enrl Speck, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Melvin Speck of Osceola. lie wedding wns solemnized In ernando, Mijs., Oct. 11. Mrs. Speck is a senior at Keiscr Igh School. After his graduation om Western Military Academy in Iton, 111., Mr.- Speck entered the Diversity of Arkansas where he a sophomore this yenr nnrt a .ember o! Sigma CM fraternity. Following her graduation lii June, Irs,'Speck also will enter the Unt- erslt). Climaxing the 1352 convention of the Arkansas Order of the Eastern Star, grand officers were Installed, Including Mrs. Knthcrlne S. Green, former Manila resident, who was Installed as grand conductress, .' Mr. and Mrs, Walter HosenUial returned from Nashville, Term., where they spent several days visit- Ing Mrs. Rosenthal's sister, Mrs. Fred Goldner and family, and their son, Harold Rand, who lives Washington, D. C. Mrs. Cnl Gosselt has returned lo her home after visiting relatives and friends In Knoxvillc, Tcnn. She was accompanied by her sons, Cal and Jim, who have returned to Conway, where both are students nt Henrtrlx College. At the end of the second month of academic work at Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tcnn.j the following cadets have made the scholarship list: Cadet M. N. Fcln- berg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt, Cadet W. K. Jost, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jost, Cadet O M. Llpman, son of Mr. and Mrs Sol Llpman, and Cadet R. J. Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Phillips. TUe following Mississippi County students are attending bnachlta College at Arkadelphia: John Daniel Atkins, Charlie Belknap, Howari Ingrurn. and Miss Elsie Johnson Blylhcvllle; Miss Betty Ann'',Col- lomp, Frenchman's Bayou; Johnny Harrison, Joiner; jimmy Lowe, Miss BllUe Galnes Mann. David Pcnder- grast, Jimmy Lee Stevens, Osceola and Lee Wallace. Manila. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes re- lumed Inst night from St. Louis . R. C. Allen s Club Hostess Mrs R. C, Allen was hostess to embL-rs of. Club Eight at her home esterday afternoon with • a dessert. ridge, when nil the club attended. Forming the decorations for the ntertalnlng rooms, were Christmas rrangements, .including holly and aiideim berries. Winners In the afternoon's bridge ame were Mrs. Charles Lnngston, rst place, Mrs. Otto Scrape, scc- nd place, and Mrs. ! rldgo. where the; ended the funeral o Mr. Hughes brother-in-Iav:, Franl R. Gnrner, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conwny an expected to return this aftcrnooi -from St. Louis where they spcn several dtiys. , Lt. and Mrs. Frank Singer mi sons, Jerry nnd Thomas, of FI Brngg, N. O.. are the guests o Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bell, Mrs Singer is the former Miss WllH Mnc Bell. : '*'...; '.. Yeoman Grtidy Mngcc returnc to Snn Diego last night nfter spend lug several weeks here with n! rein lives. He-wns motored to Mem phis by his parents, Ilia Rev, nn Mrs. Guy D. Mngce of Manila. Lt. Thomas Sylvester, with a tea <-» I ° r Quarter masters fit Camp Chaffe owens, , s on a tour of in5pECt i on of ORC National Guards, and ROTC-UnS Cheekbone "or Good Make-up By AIJCTA HART : NEA Beauty Editor How many women have you seen with round patches of purplish or FIRST PLACE IN FLORAL CONTEST — Winner of the. floral arrangements contest ^eld by members of the East Side Garden Club which was held Tuesday at their monthly luncheon meeting, is this cabin in the show, made by Mrs. Iverson Mor- ris. Forming & Christmas holiday centerpiece, the arrangement is made of holly foliage, artificial snow, a base of styrofoam and other simple materials, (Courier News Photo) .unday School Class iolds Business Meet OSCEOLA — Potted plants and all chrysanthemums decorated the nt*rlor of the home of Mrs. Roy plllard Jor the November business nd dinner meeting of her Sunday School clafs at which she and Mrs. R. H. Jonea were hostesses Thura day night. ' The class, composed of women In he 55-65 year age bracket, voted o name their class the "Gleaners" class. .: Mrs. Henry Taylor gave the devo Jonal mediation. Following reports of Mr*. J. G ?endergrast jStewardshlp vice-president; Mrs. C. E. Lynch, class-ministries vice-president; and Mrs. C. M. Morton, treasurer and secretary, Mrs. R. H, Joneg, teacher of the class, conducted a class clinic of instruction in the duties of all officers for the new year. Hew members of the class are Mrs J. R. Hisaw. Mrs, Ed Blake, and Mrs. Bryan Rogers. The next meeting will be a Christmas party in the home^of Mrs. C M. Horlon.oh'Dec. 16. Blythevlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. J. Howell and baby. Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Baby Van Bibber. City W. N. Young. Sacramento, Calif Miss Daisy Pennington, Armorel Mrs. Delbert Anderson and babj City For a touch of jewelry glamo, pi; a tiny scatter pin on one of the cen ter petals of a large fake rose. Coming Events* Thuridaj ; Junior High Parent-Teachers 4*. sociation has Fathers Night it 7;*a i.m. at the Auditorium. $ Combined elementary study court* or Lange, Sudbury, Central,, »n£ Yarbro PTA begins at T.30 pjna. '; Friday / < Chapter "N" of PEO Sisterhood has 2 p.m. meeting with Mrs. E. J, ~are. Membere of the Pathfinders Ci&w of the First Methodist Church hav« jotluck dinner at 7:30 p.m. at P* owship Hall, followed by social nee ting. All members o'f Stitch and Chat- .er Club meet at the home of Mrs. Harold Eubanks at 7:30 pjn. to complete plans for their Christmas Dance. Saturday University Club lias Christmas semi-formal dance at the, Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. A buffet'sup- per is to be served at 8 p.m., with dancing beginning at 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose, Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr., and Mr.'and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr. .• , r In only a few bird species do the females sing. SEE WATER CLINIC ON Page? Town and Country !iub Entertained Entertaining members of the Town nntl Country Club and guests yesterday with a bridge party was Mrs, J nines B. Clnrk, who used a Chrlstmns motif. Her guests Included Mrs. John Walton Cocke of Birmingham, Aln,, who is the guest of her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. ' N. Nunn; Mrs. Genn Atkinson and Mrs. Ed Dicks. Red chrysanthemums in a large bouquet were set on n table In the cntertniniiig rooms, and tallies were nlso suggestive of the holiday motif. In the afternoon, bridge games were ^conducted, with first place going lo Mrs. Nunn, *nrid second "going to Mrs. DIcfcs. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon. Rozorback Scene Of Birthday Party Razorback Drive-In was the scene yesterday of a birthday party, when Antonctte Lewis celebrated her tenth birthday, with 19 friends attending, . . ; .Antanette Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Harold Lewis who live on Maple Street. A red and green color scheme was carried out In decorations, with mtnlature Santa Clauses predominating other figures. Birthday cake and ice cream were served and Santa Glaus favors were given, in the games, David Marin ! of Memphis and John Anna Dill won prizes. in Arkansas, Oklahoma^ Lou)?an and\Texas. He spent one'rnlghtrhcr with his'p"rents, Mr. and Mrs, Rntc- igh Sylvester. ' Birthday Dinner Party Is Given Mr_s. -Bobby White was compli- orange rouge smack In the middle mcnted at n birthdny dinner given of their cheeks? Doesn't It < .heir looks and age them as well? But In actual fact, properly spilled rouge cnn do more to bring •itallty to the face than any othar make-up step.. One shade .will do for all cos- nmes nnd lightings. When sclect- ng It, pinch your cheeks to bring ip color and try to match this nti- ural flush. Cream or liquid rouge Is ft\r easer to work with than dry. Use It mmedintely nfter your make-up )ase. Pla<;e a very tiny dab with i'our finger tip high on your check- jone. If you can't find your check- bone by Just looking, feel around until you know its contours very well/ Blenrt the rouge out toward the temple but never Into the hairline. Uiend it down but don't carry It below the cheekbone. Make sure It doesn't" go below an Imaginary line with the nostrils, Placed too low, rouge drags down the facial contours, and placed too near the nose it gives R pinched look. Near the eyes it lends them sparkle but should never be placed on an eye wrinkle. If you wish to accentuate hollows In your cheeks,( blend the rouge down Into the hollow. If you feel your face Ls too gaunt, don't let even a touch of rouge enter the hollow. Even dry rouge Is easier to blend If you use It, like cream rouge, before powder. The most Important thing Is to blend Ihe edges so that no line of demarcation is visible. Dry rouge is best fluffed on with a bit of cotton and dusted to blend. Powder softens the whole effect. If you have never used rouge before, it will be safest to practice ftp- plying It- a good deal in a strong, light before wearing U In public. by per pnVenls-ln-lnw s\t their home last night when 21 guests were Trinity Church ' Has Program Business Women's Circle members of Trinity Baptist Church were in-charge of meeting held at the -church last night, in 'connection with the Lottie Moon season of prayer, which is being conducted this week. Mrs. Idell Lowe was in charge and .was assisted by Mrs. Bobby Webb, Mrs. Ernest Walker, Mrs. Ilernice Overman and Mrs. Peggy Buchanan. A film on foreign mis- Box Office Opens 6:45 •> Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission 14c & 39c Read Courier News Classified Ads. It Is Not Too Late to Order Personalized Christmas Cards All Prices, From 3c Each Hallmark Headquarters For Cards, Sleigh & Train Sets, Wraps SAMUEL F. NORRIS Stationary — Office Outfitters — Printers Across from City Hall Centering the large dining room table wns the tiered cake, which wns cut by (he honoree. sions was shown and narrator was Miss Juanlta Overman. formal entertainment. The former Miss Katherlne Forshee. Mrs, White The Rev Davlci McPeake, pastor was given n corsage of yellow rose- LAST TIMES TONITE Houble Feature buds by her husband. 10AM EVANS- MEIVYH DOUGLAS LYNN BAM THURSDAY & FRIDAY A Paramount Picture FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Featur* Paramount News & Short: RICHA.RO RUSTY ANITA CAROT WMUfflUMSE RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hnmmond Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims Jr. nnd family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lay and family COMING SOON TO THE RITZ PRISONER OF XENDA in Technicolor with Stewart Granger — Deborah Kerr. UNTAMED FRONTIER in Technicolor with Joseph Cotten — Shelly Winters. STEEL TRA1' with Joseph Cotlen and Teresa Wright. BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY in Technicolor with Mitzi Gaynor — Scott Brady. Starting tomorrow, we're putting all our winter coats and suits on sale at big reductions. A wonderful array of styles and colors. Too, you'll find all children's clothes, men's clothes and Dolores brassieres at Yi PRICE! One group children's skirts, pajamas, r;aps and bonnets for only $7 '• . . regular $2.98 values. SUITS Sizes 9 to 26y z in a large assortment of styles and colors you're sure to love. $19.95 value for only $21 95 value for onlj $29.95 value, for only $39.95 value for only $12.95 $14.95 $19.98 $22.95 COATS Assortment of styles in both long and short, some zip-in linings; many sizes and colors in all wools. — me BROS SERIAL: The Zombies Also Cartoon $19.98 value for only ..... »30.00 value for only ..,..$15.810 $39.95 value for only $19.98 CLARA'S SHOP Shop for Christmas at Clara's and Save] Gifts for the Entire Family I USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN 419 West Main in Blytheville

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