The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 24, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 24, 1953
Page 2
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FACE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 14, IBM Society, New* Pat MuiMns, Society Kditor t •Phou« 4461 750 Entertained at Hotel Noble with Cocktail Party One of the largest parties of the summer season was given last night at Hotel Noble, when Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Stacy entertained with a cocktail supper, complimenting their houseguest, Mrs. William Weaver Fox of Layette, Calif., sister of Mr. Stacy. An effective color theme of green »nd white was used throughout the affair, beginning in the entrance room, with a profuse arrangement of caladium in silver, backed by a large bronze urn, filled with bronze crysanthemums. In the Mirror Room, were unusual bouquets of gardenias and tuberoses, in silver champaign buckets, decorating the twin bars and small tables room. scattered throughout the Largest of the three refreshment tables was overlaid with a forest green cloth forming a striking set- Piano music by Willie Bloom of Osceola provided entertainment for the 150 guests. Out-of-town guests were Mr 'and Mrs. Allen Stacy and Mr. and Mrs. Stradley Applcton of Jonesboro, houseRuests of the host and hostess; Mrs. Pattl KrJiht of Selmer, Tenn., who is visiting Mr., and Mrs. Russell Phillips; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brunei, of Corinth, Miss., house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure; Fred Wegman of Jonesboro, houseguest of his cousin, Mrs. Crawford Noble; Faulkner Bill of Memphis, houseguest of Miss 'Reen Norrls ting for the centerpiece of white and ller parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam- tapers in a silver candelabra surrounded by cascading gardcniu, white grapes, ivy and smilax. Matching silver divided trays flanked the arrangement, and large crystal shrimp bowls centerew the other tables. uel F. Norrls; Mr. and Mrs. E J. Cummins and Mr. and Mrs. John o. Hoyt, Jr., all of Memphis; Mr, and Mrs. Henry K. Hoyt of Leachville, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kinnon of Manila. Mc- Duplicate Bridge League Conducts Masterpoint Game Saturday marked a monthly mas- terpoint game played by members ol Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble. The play consisted of a nine-table Mitchell movement. North and south winners were Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. Ku- genia Jenkins, first place with 121 V, points; Mrs. E, B. Gee and Mrs. D. Chamblin. second place with 1221,5 points; Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. P. E. Black, third place with 115V4 points; and Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Raymond Smith fourth placed with 112 ',•; points. East and west winners Included Mrs. Paul Baird and Mrs. J. C. Slayton of Dyersburg. Tenn., with 126!"i points for first place; Mrs. W. A. Affllck and Mrs. P. W. Wrill- ner, with 120',4 points for second place; Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. Crawford Noble, with JlS'.i points for third place; and Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Mntl, Monaghan, with 113 points for fourth place. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moss of Dyerfi- burg, Mrs. Baird and Mrs. Slayton, and Mrs. W. W. Pox of Lafayette, Calif., were guests of the league Jumper Set For Girls An out-of-town guest attending the party was Betty Grata of Chicago. Following games on the law n, guests were ushered Into the dining room, where they were served Ice cream, punch and birthday cake. 8005 By Sue Burnett So practical and pretty for young girls of six to fourteen. An exciting jumper to wear with the companion blouse — or team up with other , blouses In her wardrobe- It's a dress too. Pattern No. 8005 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 0, 8, 10, 12. 14 years. Size 8, jumper, I 7 * yarris of 45 Inch; blouse, 1 yard; dress, 2!i yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS your name address size desired and the PATTERN NMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 312 W. Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed Inside the book. Send 25 cents today. PEACHES From Central Illinois ORCHARDS ... Buy now ... they won't- last long! BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 120 K. Main Phone 8201 Dinner Is Given For Majorettes Sue Jobe entertained Saturday evening at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Jobe, with a dinner party honoring the majorettes of the Blytheville High School band. Bits of News Mrs. Lee Janet, who is a patient at the Blythevlle Hospital, was to undergo surgery this morning. Mrs. Jim Crafton was removed Saturday from the Walls Hospital to the Methodist Hospital. She is in Room 316 and is to undergo major surgery on Wednesday. Mr. Crafton and Mrs. Wade Jeflrles accompanied her to the hospital. Faulkner Bill of Memphis accompanied Miss Maureen Norris, who attends Memphis State College, home for a week end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blue and family spent the week end in the Ozark Mountains. Mrs. B. T. Worthy was admitted to the Baptist Ho"ffi:W in :• for treatment. She is In Room 824A. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Veacli left yesterday Bend, Ind. home. Kay Hindman, whose family is moving to California, and Emadel Swearengen and Joan Earls, who were graduated from high school last June, were presented with gifts by the other girls. Forming an appropriate centerpiece for the dtntng table, was a majorette boot, decorated with an arrangement of flowers, carrying out the color scheme of maroon and white, the school's colors. The hostess was assisted in entertaining by her mother, Mra. Paul Jobe, and sister, Kay Jobe. jlenda Kay Cole Honored at Party Glenda Kay Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cole, was honored on her seventh birthday Friday at Walker Park, when her parents were hosts to 25 of her friends. The afternoon was spent in play- ng party games, taking pictures and other entertainment. Mrs. Cole was assisted in serving punch and cake by Mrs. S. R. Duncan, Mrs. Betty Ledbetter and Mrs. Maxine Adktns. Birthday Party Is Given Here Because Ronny Hnrdesty was seven years old Saturday, his mother, Mrs. W. P. Hnrdesty entertained during the afternoon with a pnrly in ils honor, on ionic, the lawn at Uidr At the Hospitals Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Daisy Rushing, Cooter. Wills Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dorothy Rogers, City Eugene Koonce, City Bernice Brown, City Phillip Elklns, Osceola Mrs. Beulah Hosan, .City Mrs. Estelle Crafton, City Mrs. Paul Llpford, nnd baby, City Mrs. Homer Council, City. afternoon for South to make their future Bryan Whltworth, son of J. B. Whltworth of Stillwater, Okla., is visiting in Blytheville as the guest of his uncle, Frank Whitworth, and family. He spent Thursday with hlj aunt, Mrs. P. B. Wood, and Mr. Wood in Dyess. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Watkins and children have returned to their home In Blytheville. after spending a 10-day vacation in California Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stacy of Jonesboro visited over the week end with Mrs. Stacy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCall. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cummings, former residents of Blytheville, now of Memphis, spent the week end here. E. H. Shuford, Jr., of Louisville, Ky.. and Hickory, N. C., spent the week end here with his sister, Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mr. Haines, and daughter, Elizabeth. Aubrey Conway has been admitted to Campbell's Clinic In Memphis for treatment. Mrs. Mobley Estes nad children of Columbus, Oa., are here as guests of her mother, Mrs. John Bourlanci, and other relatives. Other guests in Mrs. Bourland's home are Mrs. M. F. Brownlee, Jr., and children of Sikoston. Mo. Mrs. Brownlee is another daughter. Dr: and Mrs. R. L. Johnson and daughter, Janice, returned today from a 10-day trip through Colorado, Cheyenne, Wyo., and Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pruitt and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cole and cnil- drcn. Glenda Kay and Otis Wayne, spent the week end at Friendship and Dyersburg, Tenn., as the gue.sts of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gwynn and families and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis had as guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. lulus Davis and children, Reba and Rickey, of Sikeston, Mo., .Mrs. Joe McCart of Helena, Ark., Mrs. Dollie Monague of Memphis, Arthur Penter and son, Tommy, of Dell and Mr. and Mrs. Max Smotherman and sons, Mickey and Max, Jr., of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Cure have us their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brunct of Corinth, Miss. During the week end, Mrs. Crawford Noble entertained her cousin, Fred WCBmnn of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson and family spent yesterday in Nowbern, Tenn., an guests of Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs Homer Blessing. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bolin, former residents of Blytheville, now making their home in West Helena, ^re the parents of a daughter, whom they have named Marsha Anne. They have a .son, Mike, who Is four. Mrs. Bolin is the former Miss Dorothy Corlew. Miss Maxine Hill, Miss Nora Simp- Virginia Mayo, famous for her blonde beauty, takes seriously her responsibility for preserving It, Her hair retains Its pale rold color and silky texture partly because she gives herself » weekly egs shampoo. Here she beats up lour cgr yolks until frothy and four egf whites until creamy (center). She'll mix these together and use them as suds f>r her hair which she first wets -with lukewarm water. Hot water would cook the efgs. There's enough of the mixture for a. second sudsine.. She'll rinse with lukewarm water, too. Her good posture and balance are maintained with ballet exercises. One of them she demonstrates above*(left). Standing erect with leet together, she extends arms at shoulder level and uses them as levers to twist her entire body around without movirr her feet. Shu- eels plenty of open- air exercise riding horses from Jler own sh'.t! 1 ? (-"--"•'•). Coming Events Monday Members of the WMU of the First Baptist Church have circle meetings as follows: Circle One with Mrs. R. E. Vivian, Jr., at 620 West Walnut; Circle Two meets at the church; Circle Three meets with Mrs. Joe Evans at 1115 "Willow; Circle Four meets with Mrs. Russell Marr at 900 Holly; Circle Five meets with Mrs. C. M. Smart at 1044 West Walnut; Circle Six meets with Mrs. M. C. Outlaw at 411 Lake; and Circle Seven meets with Mrs. F. L. Regan at 1132 West Main. Members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church meets with Miss Maxine Hill. Dolly Hetl Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church has "Virginia Mayo ; Blonde Beauty, Shows Treatment for Hair an shock the skin. If you have pink-and-white com' plexion tones like mine, use a foundation and powder to match your skin, avoiding anything which yel- By VIRGINIA MAYO Written for NBA Service The public has made me a prototype of a certain kind of blonde good looks. It thus becomes my daily duty to preserve the pale gold color and fine, soft texture of the hair that is my stock in trade. The Dresden doll generally has blue eyes. Mine happen to be emerald green. But I still feel that, of ^^ CAra;i , vclv _, ^ alllo „„„ the many classifications into which d k complexion lubricat- blondes may fall, Dresden doll | shampoo is one main reason why my hair stays silky and doesn't darken. To keep .your skin clear and soft, if it's thin and delicate like mine, us a sunburn-preventive faithfully in summer and a protective lotion in winter; avoid hot or ice-cold water on it: use only mild soapsuds and rinse them off thoroughly; avoid excessively rich creams but type is mine. I have thin, delicate, pink-and-white skin, a narrow oval face, and small bones. What would happen to me if I let my skin go unprotected, winter or summer, or if I let it get that washed-out look j that blondes are apt to have? And ' I'd no longer be a Dresden doll if i I let extra pounds creep up on me. [ I'd like to give some beauty tips ed; avoid tingling masks which meeting with Miss Frances Slayton. to Klr]s wno are , ny , lype Trinity Baptist WMU Circles meet as follow: Circle One with Mrs. Burl Ross at 2:30 p.m. and Circle Two with Mrs. G. D. Lewis at 421 East Cherry Street at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Members of the Alpha Delta Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi have Bridge and canasta party at Hotel Noble beginning at 7:30 p.m., with husbands o! 'members as guests. Hostesses are Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mrs. Elwood Deen. Shrine Club has Friday 7:30 p.m. dinner meeting at the club in David Acres. Mi's. Leon Denning is hostess to members of the Octave Club. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club has semi-monthly meeting. New Liberty Baptist Chijrch circles meet. Mrs. James C. Guard entertains members of the Tri-Town Club. Cnunlvy Club Duplicate Bridge League has weekly meeting at the club. Wednesday Mrs. Bill Hodge is hostess to members of the C nnd Q Club. Mrs. Charles Langston is hostess to members of Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. R. E. Green is hostess to members of the La Nueve Club. TLE is to be entertained by Mrs. W. J- Cupples. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Lester Reams of Gosnell as hostess son and Rosalia spent this week end Lake. Cleveland n Norfork Brush your hair with two clean brushes just before you shampoo. This removes loose dust and stirs up circulation, thus making the scalp more responsive to the shampoo. Stand or sit but do bend so that your head is hanging down to your knees. Work with both hands at once and brush the hair up and out. rather than the usual plastering down routine. Beat up the whites and the yolks of four eggs separately. When the whites are meringue-like but still creamy and the yolks are frothy, stir them together gently. Use this mixture for your shampoo. It makes enough to enable you to suds your hair twice, which you always should. Use lukewarm water only, for both washing and rinsing, so as not to "cook 1 -' the eggs. If your hair is very soiled, you'll have to add some liquid shampoo to the mixture. But use the soap- less detergent type since you're using lukewarm water. This egg When its time To Repaint You'll save money by selecting good paint. Good paint lasts longer and the longei Intervals between painting lowers your annual cost We rccom mend VANE-CALVERT Paints, made by "America's Oldest Mixed Paint , House." Phone 4552 and we will figure the cost and recommend a good painter. E. C ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Call 8233 CHRISTMAS CARDS Order Early! We have just received a wide selection of Christmas Cards. You can order with or without your name. Also ,we have engraved stationery and greeting cards. Our new merchandise is still coming in. Come in today and sec our latest shipments of linen napkins, and, the gift of enduring- beauty, Westmoreland Milk Glass. LET US KEEP YOUR CLOTHES WITH EXPERT CLEANING Our modern equipment . . . thorough, expert, care keeps your clothe* .sparkling fresh! Add an extra day a week to your vucnlmn! You'll he surprised to know how little it actually rusts to let us do your family laundry. Call -MIS lotlayl LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature AND — METRO NEWS TUES., WED. & THURS. Double Feature Bird* Takt Ovtr FAYETTE. Mo. (/P)—The eparrowi and sterlings were getting so thick around the courthouse that peopl* stayed away In_droves. , Firemen tried to hose thttn from the trees. The birds loved the water and flocked to the area In even greater number. Anyway, the ildewalki wert, cleaner lor a while. lows it. If you need color, which many blondes do, use a llttlt cream or dry rouge on your cheekbones but choose a natural rosy shade. Avoid too much make-up ai it only covers up.the delicacy of your complexion and la particularly hardening on you. For green eyes like mine, you may find blue or gray shadow more flattering than a green which doesn't match. Quick Relief for HEADACHE, NEURALGIA Te>( STANBACK youn«B ... lob- leti or powd«n . . . against any preparation you'r* erer usid. •fl* AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rltz * Roiy Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. LAST TIMES TODAY — PLUS — Paramount News & Cartoon: Tom Tomcat SHORT: WIZARD OF CLUBS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ALSO SELECTED SHORTS OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! 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