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July 8, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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*AGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1954 Society News llrt-rxr Qn/-M<afv TTlrlifrvr f Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Miss Shippen Is Honored With Tea In Driver Home Honored On Birthday OSCEOLA — Miss Delia Shippen, 1 bride-elect of Graham. Partlow of i Blytheville, was guest of honor yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Jettie Driver and Mrs, C. D. Driver entertained with a tea at the home of ^ the former. I Jjmmy Jaggers of Fort Pierce, j a e ~ eve s, Sr., from Baptist Hospital The tea table from which guests | Fla., who is visiting his grand- were served, was covered with a i parents, Mr: and Mrs. J. G. Barnes, green cloth overlaid with an im- was honored on his tenth birth- ported Irish linen cutwork cloth, day yesterday. Bits of News The decorations on the table depicted the wedding with white satin streamers representing guests gathered at the Barnes home and after Jimmy ope- were served iced in streamers representing me un- ne( j his giftSf j^ ey were dal aisle with a bride doll walking ^. inks and taker T ^ lhe to the altar which was formed with ; ^ fter the s j, ow> the g show. a silver candelabra tied with white carantions and Bells of Ireland. Assisting at the table were Miss Pat Partlow, sister of the groom, Miss Betty Spiers, Mrs. Boy Cox and Mrs. Melvin Speck. Miss Shippen greeted the guests wearing a beige signature print •with, a beaded black top and wore matching black accessories. Others in the receiving line were Mrs. H. T. Shippen,, mother of the bride. Mrs. H. G. Partlow, mother of the groom, Mrs. Jettie Driver and Mrs. C. D. Driver. Those assisting at- me table and in the receiving line were presented with white carnation corsages surrounded with Bells of Ireland. gue sts were out for refreshments. Mrs. Wade Reeves, Jr., and infant son, Ronald, were removed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Memphis yesterday. Miss Lelia Beck of Miami, Fla., is spending a two months vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Beck. Mrs. R. M. Beck has returned from Lacemer, Ky., where she attended a school reunion. Miss Mary Hufstedler To Wed John K. Jenkins Of Steele Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kendrick Hufstedler of Jackson, Tenn.. today announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Sybil Hufstedler, to John Kenneth Jenkins, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William A. Jenkins of Steele, Mo. The bride elect was graduated from Perry County High School, Linden, Tenn. She attended Martin College, Pulaski, Term., and Lambuth College, Jackson, Tenn. While at Lambuth she was a member of the Beta Sigma Alpha Sorority and various other campus organizations, associate editor of the college year book and served as chairman of the all-college social committee. Mr. Jenkins attended Steele High School, Steele, Mo., and served two years with the armed forces in the Philippines and Korea. He was discharged as a corporal in 1946 and since has been engaged in farming Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil at Steele ajld Cooter > Mo Mr. and Mrs. Max Wacje of Memphis have been the guest of Mrs. Wade's mother. Mrs. John Richardson. Frank Gay. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay, Jr., of Memphis is the guest of his grandmother Mrs. B. F. Gay Sr. Earls and family are Mrs. Earls' sister, Mrs. H. M. Erwin, Mr. Erwin and family of Memphis. Mrs. S. E. Tune has returned jfrom Shelbyville, Tenn., and her j parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, ! returned with, her -and will make • their home here. Mrs. Elton Kirby has returned from St. Louis where she has been with her brother, Forrest Moore, who underwent surgery at Barnes Hospital. Mrs. C. W. Afflict has returned from Hartford, Conn., where she has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Hartigan. and family. The wedding will be solemnized at 2:30 p.m. Aug. 1, at Lambuth Memorial Methodist Church, Jackson, Tenn., with Rev. Bob O. Clark officiating-. Miss Mary Hufstedler jAny Other flowers used throughout I Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot. Mrs. Elgin the house were white gladioli and a large bouquet of crepe myrtle was used on the piano. Out-of-town guests were from Blytheville, Driver and Wilson. Bright Color For Coirtrast 8939 14-46 Sue Burnett - A neat yoked dress that is so flattering to a woman's figure. A gayly colored fabric is very effective for the flattering yoke. Djxon and Miss Mary Lightfoot spent Friday in Bernie, Mo., visiting Mr- and" Mrs. Howard Hill and family. Baby Should Coo During A Shampoo By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Beauty Editor Give your baby a head start with shining, healthy locks. Some youngsters scream in anguish every time they are shampooed. Often that is because Mom fails to make the head-washing a relaxed session and Junior builds up a distaste for the performance. Soap in the eyes and an overly-energetic Mom who massages the scalp a bit too briskly are likely to be baby's chief objections. But hair cleanliness must go on no matter how the junior member of the family feels. Baby is outdoors more in spring and summer, perhaps, and he may -need more frequent cleansings than a once-a- week shampoo to rid his little scalp of accumulated dirt and scale- Brush baby's hair every day to help aerate the underneath layer of the hair a-nd - polish it into a healthy luster. Brushing is stimulating and aids the circulation which feeds hair roots and helps hair to grow. Use a brush with strong bristles that are not too stiff for tender scalps. Use one of the new baby shampoos designed for tea-free hair washings. The liquid is formulated so that it does not burn or irritate the eyes, when youngsters discover this new magic, temper tantrums should cease. If Mom dreams of a curly-haired baby, she may help train her tot's locks'by brushing hair gently around her fingers as it is drying. In between curls she wiU need to usej Loves Queen or Commoner A government official of Queens- and an approving whistle, , land, Australia, recently advised i would a queen ever go on tour if Misses Betty Crocker and Bar- j citizens it would be perfectly all t there were no one to stare at her? ttv bet bara Sawyer are visiting relatives j right to stare at Queen Elizabeth in Baton Rouge, La. .. j wnen s he visited there. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mil-j He went on to explain: ' ; The ler are their daughter and grand- queen came to Australia for only daughter, Mrs. L. E. Clark and Vicky of National City, Calif., and Mr. Miller's sister, Mrs. Lilly Carpenter of Memphis. Misses Bobbie Byrd and Bobbye June Killian are in Joaesboro today where they will meet Miss Jane Atkeson of Butler, Mo., who will be their guest for several days. Jerry Lowe 'is spending several days in St. Louis as guest of his brother, James Cecil Lowe, H. and Bill Eaves. He went especially for "Trn Mikado." Herbert Lee Joyner is spending several days in Memphis visiting relatives. Guests of Judge G. E. Keck were his daughter, Mrs. George M. Powell, Col. Powell, and son of Hot Springs. Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smith and daughters have returned from a vacation spent in Daytona Beach, Fla. Misses Martha and Patty Dyer, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Farris Dyer of Arrribrel, are*spending several days in Kevil, Ky., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs! Harold Russell. Pfc. and Mrs. Billy Northcutt of Fort Hood, Texas, are visiting Pfc. •Nortbcutt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coy Northcutt. W. R. Guthrie and family of Chattanooga, Tenn., spent several days here visiting Mr. Guthrie's brother, James Guthrie, and family. Ruth Millet one reason, so her people can see her." There's another point the official didn't make, and that is that the queen is a woman. And what woman in the World, be she queen or clerk who is all dressed up in her best bib and tucker, resents being frankly admired? It's a sad day for any woman— when she spends time and effort on making herself look as attractive as possible—and nobody notices. So, authorities on etiquette to the contrary, it is always in good taste to stare at an -attractive woman. Even the wolf whistle which women meet with obvious disdain, or pretend to ignore, is not actually resented by women. It may be theoretically in bad taste, but many a woman has carried her head a little higher all day And would a working girl go without lunches to buy a dream of a dress if she knew it would never turn a head in her direction? It would be a sad world for women if the authorities on etiquette ever sold everyone on the idea that it's rude to stare with admiration. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Claude Williams; city George Jones, Pocahontas Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Beard, city John Bledsoe, city Sam Mauldin, Dell Tommy Gavin, city Mandy Sipes, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Glenn Carson, Rt. 4, city Jessie Wilson and baby, city Mrs. Morris Thompson, city Albertine Hirsch, city Coming Events Friday Spanish Club meets at the First Christian Church at 7:30 p. m. Painting your basement floor a bright color is an inexpensive way of giving the cellar a clean look. Your -rugs will feel more luxurious and wear longer if you use rugs pads with them. Shampoo Is Rinse, Too By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Leading cosmetic houses have of late been concentrating their efforts on formulating plans of com- pLete beauty care to accommodate the busiest women. Shortcuts to beauty are -now being offered in everything from creams to pressed powders. One of the newest of.the products aimed at speeding up milady's grooming ritual is a shampoo designed to eliminate the need for a special rinse; a vegetable rinse is built right in. This shampoo, which is supposed to highlight one's natural color or lend an evenness to the shade of chemically-colored hair, comes in gray, red .blonde, platinum and brunette. It will not change the color of one's hair regardless of the shade that is -used, the maker claims. In addition to hastening the hair- care process, the new shampoo, the company points out, will also eliminate the messiness sometimes associated with hair coloring. The vegetable coloring contained in the product will not rub off on towels or stain bathtub and and collars walls. The shampoo, containing lanolin, is said to act as a hair conditioner as well as a color emphasi- zer- The company claims that its special formula will do 'an extra- thorough cleansing job, leaving tht hair soft but manageabl*. Show Starts OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! THURSDAY & FRIDAY MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen long because, as she street on the way to a crossed a dull job, gave her a look of open admiration Babies Can Take It ANN ARBOR, Mich. (£) — Drs. Bruce D. Graham and Ruth M. Harding, were in Memphis yesterday where Harding had the cast removed from his arm which he broke several weeks ago. 7~7 Jbxemses Waist Trim Has holiday eating done unplea- a good absorbent towel to blot baby's sant things to your waistline? It's hair dry. The just-before-dry stage best to do something about it right is the ideal time to set curls or i away before you grow accustomed to ringlets. the expanded, girth. A good time to wash baby's hair Since you have no bones in the is after the bath. If hair is sham- midsection. you ^should keep up Pattern No. 8939 is in sizes 14, j pooed first, baby is likely to shiver j your guard against bulges. Why 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 16, i through the bath session. It is ' ' says babies can overcome ''almost incredible" physical handicaps ,.in blood transfusions. Case studies, they say, show infants undergoing- treatment to cure Rh ailments often have complete changes of blood. An adult would not survive a complete blood transfusion, they say. THURS., & FRI. Double Feature SEE VAST U.S. VANISH BEFORE YOUR EYES! Colum&n Pictures yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast. important, too, to make sure that baby is not in a draft and is kept the entire perfor- happy during mance. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size, .. desired and the PATTERN NUM- Mom should keep up a rapia-fire BER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville conversation in answer to babys Courier News 372 W. Quincy; every coo, offsetting probable wails- Street Chicago 6. HI. A toy plopped in the wash basin just as the shampoo begins may distract Spring '54 Basic FASHION con- j him for a uttle wtlile . tains a wealth of smart, easy to i . sew styles for all sizes. Colorful, j when cooking pe£LSf put in a informative and interesting. Send few of - the empt 25 cents today for your copy. add u to ^ Overweight? SWEETENS WITHOUT CALORfiS! Sweetens Instantly DROP AND STIR TO MIX USE FASWEET Jn Drinks, Foods *nd COOKING Contains NO Sugar HAS NO FOOD VALUE Absolutely NON-FATTENING 3 OB OPS Will SWIfTfN 1 CUP Of COM!! OB TIA PURE— HARMLESS ASK yOVR DOCTOR 1 pods. not make a couple of exercises part of your daily routine after you have brought your measurements back to order? Here are several that will help tighten the muscles of both the waist and abdomen: 1. Gently knead skin in this area until it is pink. Do this several times each day. 2. Stretch whenever you can — when lying in bed, sitting and standing. With arms over head, They'll i clasp wrist of one hand with fingers of other and stretch up out of waist- line. Pull hard. Relax. Repeat often throughout day. 3. Stretch and pull hard on exercise bar. After about a week try pulling one knee up to chest; then the other. Later pull knees up together. 4. Lying on back with arms spread wide at sides, bend knees up ^ _c<* —AND— to chest; keep shoulders and arms touching floor. Slowly straighten legs toward the right. Repeat, straightening legs toward left- Increase pace gradually. i!h Marsha HIM - Kurt KASZNAR - LiraiJ CHRISTIAN - Marcsl DAUO RKhard EMMAS vrf BOB3Y OSISCOU. • Strw P|W » ™ Fe.ton Music CwnpcsW and Oirccled by DIMITRI T10MKIN ALSO CARTOON Stalagt? Will make you IAUOH, CRY and CHEER! The roisterous, boisterous story ) of G. I Prisoners-of-War! Stalag 17 starring 1LLISM ill N • DON lAKLi • OTTD MINCER Produced and Directed by BILLY WILDER • Written lor the ween by BILLY Wl IDER and EDWIN BLUM. Based on the play by DONALD SEVAN and EDMUND TR2CINSKI . A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Cartoons "Babes at Sea" & "Mouse Meeti Bird J ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS >••••••••••••*••••••••••*•• 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times A COLUMBIA MCTW£ tone Play tsj OftNlClTARAMSH'SjMd upon the iwtl bjJWB JWO PraJuced by BUDDY ACtK • Dtrsctsd br HO ZlNfOMWI Cartoon "Quite Please" FRL, & SAT. Double Feature —AND— Serial "Jungle Raiders" No. 15 & Cartoon "New Neighbors" YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE = AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for'Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements THURSDAY and FRIDAY WARNER BROS'.*** 1 ULTRA-NEW LOOK IN MUSICALS/ CINEMASCOPE! ANoWARNERCOLOR :»„ HENRY BLANKE ALL ITS GLORIES MORE GLORIOUS,IN STEREOPHONIC SOUND ! PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Improved 3-D Glasses To Be Used For "Black Lagoon" WED., THUR. & FRI JULY 7, 8 & 9 MONSTER FROM A MILLION YEARS AGO CREATUREiMMiHE N The BIGGEST selling job in town ... Here in the classified section of your newspaper ... you meet personally those people who are really in the market for what you have to offer. They read your message because they want to hire or be hired, to buy, sell, to rent, or to do you a service. Within minutes after your paper appears YOU GET RESULTS THROUGH THE WANT ADS! Ads plactd btfort S p.m. will appear ntxt day, except for Monday's paper when ads must be placed by noon Saturday. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYIHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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