The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 1, 1954
Page 4
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PACE root BLYTHEVILI.R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, — Society News — n_* UnMin* Ssuifotv RHifnr ' Phnne 44A P»t Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 250 Attend Dance Given At Country Club Here Mort than 2SO guests attended a i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warren, Mr. dance given last evening at the | and Mrs. Ben Mac White, and Mr. Country Club to usher in the new and Mrs. Johnny Whit*, year. Hosts and hostesses for the event *«• Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Craig, Mr. and Mrs. J, M. WlUiams, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Parr, Mr. and Mrs. JacK Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes, Jr., Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose, Sensational Date Frock 8043 10-20 Sue Burnett So smart and slimming—so flattering to a young figure. A charming date dress with shawl collar, buttons for finish. Pattern No. 8043 is in sizes 10. 12, 14, 16, IS, 20. Size 12, short sleeves. 355 yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, you r name, address, size, COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, 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. A buffet supper was served during the evening, which v:ns spent in dancing. Large clusters of balloons and other seasonal decorations were used throughout the ball room, with confetti, horns and hats given the guests. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs.Jack Chamblin, of Meridian. Miss., Dick Williams of New York, Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Branson of New Orleans, Miss Frances McDonald of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dyess of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson of Savannah, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Alex Curtis of Manila, and Charley Nick Rose of Roseland. Party Is Given For 40 Guests In Gee Home Among the many festive hoi day affairs given last night wa a drop-In given at the E. B. Qee home on Country Club, when E B. Gee, Jr., entertained a grou of more than 40 friends. In the dining room, where slic ed turkey and ham, cneese dip and other party foods were servec ,he table was overlaid by a whit ace cloth and centered by ligh ed tapers and seasonal greens. A number of out-of-town guest attended the evening's entertain ment. Dancing provided the group': activities. Memphian Is Honored In Lynch Home Miss Frnnces McDonald o Memphis, the houseguest of th B. A, Lynch family, was comp: mented by her host, Louis Lync at his home last night, with drop-In party. Members of the Kibitzer Clu and their husbands were invitee Out-of-town guests other tha than the honoree were Mr. an Mrs. Jack Chamblin of Meridian Miss. Seasonal decorations were see in the entertaining rooms, wher an assortment of hors d' ouevre and other party food was served They later attended the danc at the Country Club. Mid-Week Club Has New Years _uncheon Here Mrs. M. 0. TJsrey was hostess t her home yesterday at noon 5r i luncheon for members of he Mid-Week Club. Guests for the afternoon's ac< vltles Included Mrs. H. W. Wye and Mrs. J. E. Dicks. In the afternoon's bridge games, !rs. B. A. Lynch won first place, 1th second going to Mrs. Cecil tiane. The dining room was centered y a winter wonderland scene In Iver and white. A New Year's ay dinner was served. Egg stains can be removed from abrics by first scraping with dull life and then sponging In cold water. Pepsin powder rubbed In and allowed to remain in fabric for half an hour before rinsing Is helpful In removing stubborn spots. Run out of tooth powder? baking soda Is a good temporary substitute. It can also be used as a mouth wash, foot powder, deodorant or gargle. Lady Supervisory Position With Sears in Blytheville Outstanding opportunity for local lady between the age of 23 and 36 for a business career with Sears, Roebuck and Company. Position open enables you to be on* of the leading business women in the city. Good health, high school education or better necessary to meet requirements. Excellent salary and working conditions along with many benefits including merchandise discounts, paid vacations, paid holidays, relief periods, and many more. Applicants should apply in person at Sears Catalog Sales Office, 217 W. Main St., for interview with company representative January 4, 5, and 6 between 8: A. M. and 5:00 P. M. Experience not necessarily required. for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M Luncheon Given For Thursday Bridge Club Members of the Thursday Club gathered yesterday at the norm of Mrs. J. A. Leech for a lunch eon followed by an afternoon o card games. Mrs.' Leech used red carnations as a centerpiece for the white laid luncheon table. In the afternoon's bridge games Mrs. Russell Phillips won high score, with second going to Mrs C. W. Afflick. Will Allen Pickard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pickard is recuperating at lis home following a tonsillectomy Wednesday. During the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn have as their guests their daughters, Mrs. John Cocke of' Birmingham, and Miss Virginia Nunn of Washington, D. C. Miss Frances McDonald of Mem- )hls has been the houseguest here if Mr and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and heir son, Louis Lynch. Miss McDonald will be motored home today 3y, Louis Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jones have s their guest Mrs. Dixie Crawford .nd son, James Blley Crawford of onesboro. They are also visiting the esse Taylor family. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson arc ntertalnlng this weekend Mr. Nelon's sister, Miss Allyce Nelson of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Blessing of ihicago, 111., are visiting Mr. and >lrs. Marshall Thomas and Mr. and .Irs. Gerald Johnson. They have just eturned from Newborn, Tenn., I 'here were guests of his parents, ilr. and Mrs. Homer Blessing. Miss Rosemary Monaghan has as cr houseguests, Miss Ann Trotter f Pine Bluff and Miss Blanch ol Helena. Visiting E. B. Dec, Jr., this week- ntl are John King of Helena, and ~'ommy Shoat>of Tuckennan, Ark.- Dr. Martha--'England of Smith College, North' Hampton, Muss... here spending a few dnys with ST. and Mrs. Edgar L. Jones and Jlr. and Mrs. Toby Long. CORDUROY — Corduroy Is a newcomer to winter vacation clothes. Tapered slacks in fine plnwale corduroy (left) have the new lantern puff leg that's a change from the usual straight line. Emerald green pants are worn with leaf-print blouse in cotton. Jamaica shorts (center) have sides inset with shirred puffing. There's a matching shirred bra and lantern-sleeved bolero. This trio is in sun yellow. Full quilted skirt of corduroy (right) is in f:r,var print done in bright sun shades. It's worn with color- matched orange linen blouse for texture contrast. The new-corduroy is in finer, lighter weight that is practical as well as pretty. You can protect your budget now by using a sink strainer, thus avoiding a big plumbing bill later. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2015 Holiday Guest Is Feted Here Entertains it their bom* list night for their out-of-town guest, » were Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brown, who were hosts with their diught. «r, Robert* Brown. The honored guest was Joyce Hodge of the Elizabeth Mitchell Memorial home In Little Rock. Joyce Is spending two weeki with the Browns. The two girls greeted their guests, who brought gift: for the honoree. * : '" During the evening, they were seated at card tables for party games. Prize wai awarded to Peggy Cook. To conclude the evening, the./, hostesses served refreshments, .• and presented each child attending, with a gift. • • Glass or rubber protectors »p- f i plied to the legs of furniture will. eliminate indentions in resilient'' floor coverings, such as asphalt and " linoleum. PUPPIES Fox Teirleri, Cocker Spaniels and English Shepherds. Parakeets—Ideal Pets Younf birds all colors. Beautiful chrome cages. Mexican Red Head Parrot. The PET SHOP 133 S. Division Fh. 8079 TROUBLE? Is your car causing you undue trouble? What you and your car need is my expert mechanic'* care. What ever the trouble or complaint, we guarantee to satisfy. Call me today—Tom Little, Jr..—and let your ear troubles be over. Free estimates on all repairs. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. First it Walnut Phone 4422 FOOT FASHION — Fashions in winter footwear are lightweight this year, come with or without fur trim, provide maximum protection with lots of style. Light, strong, nylon boots, upper left, with warm fleece lining have thick fur trim. They come in black, sable brown, or gray with fur trim to match or contrast. Toe boots (lower left) are heel-less, have fluted flare top that can be turned up or down. They come with plaid pouch and can be carried in a handbag. Fleece-lined rubber surface boots, (right) shown here In'white slide fastener. Cuff can contrast or match. By Caile Dugas, NEA women's editor. Club 28 Has Holiday Dance Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandefur. entertained last night at the mirror room of Hotel Noble with a dance, when members of Club 28 attended. Many out-of-town and local Draperies may meet at the top or hang at the sides. If they are too close over the windows, you will need twice the width of the opening If you don't like to paint paned j Pleats take up almost half the width inriows frames for fear of getting! of each .strip of fabric. There is also ic paint on the window, here's a | an overlap of several inches where p that will relieve you: Paint on ' they meet, pleater tapes are the anes scrapes off with a single edge ] easiest way to make a pinch-pleat azor blade effortless when it dries, heading. The kind of material you , j use will determine the amount to ,, , . . . ,, ,i take up in the folding of the pleats. If you're not sure about the color-: p , elltedp drrlpel . ies ares uslmlly ' nung astncss of fabncs, merely snip aj b the hool ? s from a rod 4 ethe ? ecc from the seam or hem and ,,' ash. Then press between white oths. If a stain appears you know e fabric must be washed separa- ly. they are lined or unlined and do not require a casing!. For length, add ten inches—six Inches for hems, top and bottom, and four Inches for heading. Labeling the various water shut- Before painting radiators, scrape f loose rust and old paint with wire brush and wash with soapsuds loEf in your basement can prove help"low to dry thoroughly before paint ful in those busted pipe emercgenc- g. I les. How they save mono/ on cars Sure, the prices of cars are up. But they'd probably be higher if it weren't for advertising. Both the dealer »nd the manufacturer use advertising as their low-cost way to get across news •bout- their products. Selling more goods (his way makes mass production possible which means lower production costs, lower selling costs, lower prices than would otherwise occur. Yes, advertising is a low-cost selling method that helps krcp your lining costs down, a f'efvtJ kf lAf Aitttliiinf Ftdettiiot of Jmiiiti guests attended with the club members. Mirrors and windows of the bnii room were painted with large calander sheets, marking 1954. 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