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[•' TWO BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1919 Sodettt /\leu*i Amelia Salibs, Society Editor 9 Phont 4461 'i Mrs. Long Entertains [Friday Club and Guests ; ,;Mri. Albert Taylor, Mr«. Joe "., FrWe Jr. and Mrs. San ford Boone ; were (uesta yesterday together with i members of the Friday Club when 1 Mrs. Toby Long entertained at her Ihome, 1231 West Ash. i'- During the afternoon bridge i "tames high swre s*nt to Mrs. Pride with second high being won ' by Mra. Boone and bridge by Mra. . ! Monroe Crain. J The entertaining rooms of the ' home were decorated with attrac: live arrangements of spring flow- i ers. , I The hostess served a salad plat*. ;Mrs. Copeland Hostess 'To C. B. C. Club, Guest \ Mrs. R. A. Copeland was hostess i yesterday when she enterlalned the j C. B. C. Club and one guest, Mrs. i J. F. Cookston at her home on : Norlh Franklin. 1 l Mixed spring flowers In crystal '•vases decorated the rooms where vrook was played. • In the games high score was won ; by Mrs. Paul Byrum with Mrs. i A. A. Hardy winning second high .and Mrs. O. O. Elklns, rooko. . The hostess served refreshments ! of a dessert course with iced drinks. l • • * j Dinner Party Is Given '.- By Mr., Mrs. Houston • Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Houston cele- ; brated their fifth wedding annl- '•• versary last night with a dinner • party at the home of Mrs. Hous'• ton'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. , GlIHam at 401 East Main. . -Dinner was served at the dining i: table which was centered with an • arrangement of spring flowers. ''Following dinner, the remainder of i the evening was spent Informally, i Quests included their children, i Jean and Johnnie and her slsler, •• Mrs. Bonnie Warren, Mr. Warren Bits of News Mrs. Hamilton Talbott of Beth- esds, Md., will arrive Monday to spend Kveral weeks here as guest of her mother, Mri. Emma Nolcn and her sister, Mrs, E. R. Mason and family. Mr. Talbott will Join her Apiil 15. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evans and daughter, Terry Ann have moved to their new horn* at 1115 Willow St. They formerly resided with Mrs. Evans mother, Mrs. Joe S. Dillahunty at 1041 Chlckasawba. Miss Muriel Knudsen, who is a student at McMurray College, Jacksonville, III., arrived this morning to spend her spring vacation with Jaycees Sponsor Rubinoff Concert- Here on April 20 Rubinoff and his violin will make a two-performance appearance at the American Legion auditorium here April 20 under the auspices of the Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce. He will present a matinee at 2:30 and an evening performance at 8:15. He may also appear before high school stuents at a special assembly that morning if arrangements cand be nude with school of flcials. The matinee has been scheduled especially for students and /acuity but Jaycee officials stressed that It also will be open..to the general public. Rublnolf, his wife and accompanist will be flown here early April her Darento Mr andI Mr OB P lrom ^"ninglon, Mo., where he £•„„.£„' Is scheduled for an appearance the and son. •• Dr. Vise Reviews Book : AtWoman's Club Meeting ' Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple '- Irrael, presented a book review yes•' terday at the Blytheville Woman's >Olub meeting held at their club,' houM. Dr. Vise reviewed John Gun'•" ther'a "Death Be Not Proud" and " also gave quotations from "Peace of Mind" by Dr. J. L. Llebman. '•" During the business session, pre. aided over by the president, Mrs. • Hay Hall, the club voted to send a ' High school student to the muslo 2/cirnp in Duquoin, HI., for one week • ' and also a girl to Girl's State hi r tittle Rock. Delegates who will at' tend the state convention in Little : Reck, April 4-8 are Mrs. Hall, Mrs. ''George I*e and Mrs. Vise. k Hceteoses at the meeting were Mra. Gear. Atkinson, Mrs. F. E. VI- l' ley, Mrs. Gilbert Hammock Jr., Mrs. 1 Ney Hunt and Mrs. Cecil Lowe. Knudsen. Condition of Pat Milliard, drag- line operator for Norman and Horn Construction Co., wh-j. Is In the Walls Hospital undergoing treatment for a leg injury received while at work, Is satisfactory. Mrs. Charles Newcomb relurned from Gainesville, Fla., where she was the guest of her daughter, Mis. M. B. Bennett, Mr. Bennett and daughter, Karen. Mr». Newcomb was away for two weelu. Condition of 8. E. Webb who has been seriously ill at his home at 1011 West Hearn la Improved. He Is now able to have visitors. Mr. and Mr«. lice Miller and nephew, Myron Neull spent Wednesday In Memphis where they consulted their eye specialist Mrs. Chester Danehower of Osceola and daughters. Frances and Patricia, both students at Stephens College Columbia, Mo., visit 1 ed with friends here yesterday. Miss Junnlta Eberdt. student at Heudrlx College, conway. Is spending her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. <3us Eberdt and her sister. Mrs. Joe VanCleve, Mr. VanCleve and. son. She and her roommate. Miss Norrrm Oene Powell spent last weekend here also. They accompanied Dr. Matt L. Ellis, president of Hendrix College, who was guest speaker at the First Methodist Church here. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Weinberg returned to their home in Paris, Tenn,, after having spent two days here with Mr. Weinberg's sister, Mrs. Walter Rosenthal and Mr. Rojenthal. Mrs. Morris Horowitz returned to her home in Now London. Conn., after having »pent two weeks here as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Cohen Jr. and Mr. Cohen. Mrs. Siegbert Jiedel Is in Memphis today where she will attend the matinee performance of Kay Francis, In the comedy, "Favorite Stranger" held at Ellla Auditorium. Mr. »nd Mrs. c. A. Cunningham returned yesterday from Hot Springs, where they took a course previous day. The air transportation is being arranged by the Jay- cee.s. Following his appearance here, Rubinoff and his party will also be flown to Jefferson City, Mo., for his next appearance. His current nation-wide tour Is being made under the auspices of the United Stales Junior Chamber of Commerce and is sponsored locally by the Jaycee clubs In cities In which he appears. This tour, lasting a year, Is sponsored by the national Junior Chamber as part of lls program to raise funds for its War Memorial Build- Ing In Tulsa, Okla. Rubinoff gives five per cent of his share of the receipts to this fund, and this amount is credited to the local club's War Memorial Building Fund quota. The Blylhevllle club already has met this quota and the funds will Increase Its standing among.clubs throughout the nation. Jimmlc Edwards is in charge of jrrangements for,the violin concert and Mike Yales .has chargq of arranging the air transportation for Rubtnoff and his party. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The ' Women's Missionary Union Circles of the First Baptist Church will meet a* follows: Circle One, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon; Two, Mrs. C. L. McWatcrs Jr.; .Three, Mr. Don Haley; Four, Mrs. H. H. Brooks; Five, Mrs. Harry Bogan and Six Mrs. Jim Crafton. The Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church will meet In the home of Miss Christine Austin. T)ie Woman's Council of the First Christian Church will meet at 2:30 p.m. for a business meeting at the home of Mrs. R. L. Dedman with Mrs. Westbrook as co-hostess. G. E. O. Club will be entertained at the home of Miss Jettye Huffman. The Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority will have an Invitational dance at Lonnie's Club at t p.m. Circle One of tin Calvary Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Preston Thorne and Circle Two will meet with Mrs. Peggy Germany at 2:30 p.m. Mis Evelyn .Jo Hudson will be hostess to the Young Women 1 * Auxiliary of ths Calvary Baptist Church. The Intermediate and Junior R.A.'s will meet at the Calvary Bap- Senior Class Plays Win Acclaim; Cast to Give Repeat Performance The Senior Class of 1949 presented the annual Memorial plays bi the Blytheville High School auditorium last night in connection with the crowning of Miss Martha Dale Dlxon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Dlxon of Burdette, as senior queen before an audience of approximately 600 people. The senior plays will be presented again Monday night due to the large crowd who were turned away last night. This Is the second time In school history that there has been a demand for a repeat performance of the lenlor plays. Cast for the one act comedy, "The Great Joanne" Ir.cluded Jack Elliott, Betty Logan, Jlmmle Lowe, Pa-tsy Besharse, Nathan Wade, Peggy Hipp, Jean Dedman and Betty Layson. Ann McLeod, Gay Carrig an and Roberta Bracey were student directors. list Church at 1:30 p.m. Timdaj The Friendship Sunday School Hale; Peggy Lou Hipp and James Westbrook; Christine Alston and Eugene O'Brien; Peggy Hawkins ind Dennle Gentry. Flower girl was Mary Gay Nelson with Pamela Crafton and Emily Huffman serving as train bearers and Donald Nelson as crown bearer. Special numbers featured preceding the coronation were two duets entitled "Always" by Jo Ann Tries- cham and R. C. Allen, Jr. followed by "Girl of My Dreams" by Mary Frances Gaines and Miss Trlesc- ham. Betty Holland served as accompanist for both numbers. Charles G. McDanlel served as general chairman with Jean Dedman being in charge of publicity and Rex Lovell In charge of finances and advertising for the school project. Other committees included Clarice Maxwell, wardrobe; Graham Partlow, Vance Owens and Johnny tacf/o Goes Dn the Air n Your Hat NEW YORK, (NBA)—"Hey, lady, ou're talking through your hat." "It's very possible, young man. uy hat Is a radio, you know." By means of a chapcau now being iroducted as the Radio Hat, com- ilete with two tubs, an antenna ?•' ..*«..<•>•• •- ••,./ : TV i • \! / Betty Nell Holand had the lead- Wllso, stage and lighting; Nathan Ing roll in the drama entitled, "The Wade and Charles Bogan, property Master's Touch." Characters were June Stlres. program and advertis- R. C. Allen, Jr., father, Ramona Ing; Dona Bohanuan. memorial and Crafton, maid, Prentls Jernlgan and I Buford Young, picture. : Although scientists believe the • energy of the world Is constant and ' that no new energy can be created, SUN WORSHIPPER Holland News Mrs. L. T. Stlnnet and children, Linda Sue and Blbiane Ann, and Mr. Pearl Lovell returned Saturday from near Columbia, Oa., where they have been with Sergeant Stinnett who is I" the Infantry School Detacriment at Fort Benntng. They will vlsl t In the home of Mrs. Maudle Stinnett here Indefinitely. Mrs. Edna Pugh and daughter Laura, were In Rlpley, T«rtn., Sunday with Mr. and' Mra. J. tL Pankey. of b»th». Dan and Chester Caldwell, both students at Duke University. Durham, N. C., will arrive today to spend their spring vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr. left yesterday for Hot Springs where they will spend the weekend. En- route home they will stop in Pine Bluff to visit with Mr .«nd Mrs. J. A. Wroten and wilt be accompanied home by Margaret Wroten. who has been visiting there for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Hunt of Earle, will spend the weekend here s »uestj of his parent, Mr. and Irs. Ney Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. jamet Clouse are he parents of * daughter bom yes- erday at Walls Hospital. She h«a «en named Karen Sue. They have nolhsr child, Jlmmle. age two. Trs. Clouse Is the former Miss Emily Crlm. Mr. and Mrs. JT«d Bufkln and daughter. Melissa returned to their lome In Hazelhurst, Miss., after having spent several days here as juests of Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Hus- isnd. h'l (tin* to l*n at nmnr retorti awv, «n* ran wonhippen nave rni ' fraud $*rt)i IB haiV in OU Sol'« MT*. CMtmi •horta an lh> «H«r of , : afc*. fe r ml YMttion apou far *• ajirlt who arc •otklnf urn. Thl« ' scientist* for centuries have been attempting—unsuccessfully,—to create a perpetual motion machine which would run without fuel. After receiving treatment at St. Joseph hospital in Memphis for ten days, J. E. Ray is home. His son, George Ray, of Lymon, Ohio, ha* been visiting here during his father's Illness. Mr. aiirt Mrs. Pat Bradford and small son Pat, Jr., of Deering were at Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northern's over the week-end. The condition of Mrs. Baltic Ra.t- Icrree remains unchanged, She has been ill at the home of her daughters, Mvi. Maud Richard and Mrs. Qrace Thompson, for the patt .six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hovey of Memphis were week-end guests of Mi. and Mra. O. B. Samford. Mrs. Samford accompanied them hom« Sunday remaining there until Wednesday. Mrs. Harley Holdman relurned to her home In Richmond, Mo., Saturday after a week with her mother, Mrs. Sam Workman, who Is recovering from an illness. Mrs. Workman ha* been removed to the hofne of her diughler, Mrs. John Ajibll in fllsco, Mo. Pat Karris of Kansas Oity has visited hb parents Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris the pnjt three days. He is attending a school for radio operating In Kansas Oity. Samford Club Meets The Samford Extension Club met Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Frank Stewart's near Cooler for the day. This was a call meeting in which the members all worked on a quilt for th« club funds. A covered dish luncheon was served to the five members and one guest Mrs B I SUverj. Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Joe Atkins 1512 W. Ash at 1:30 p.m, The Gosuell Baptist Mt-ssloniry Union will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. Mr. R. B. Stout will entertain Club Eight at her home. Mrs. Doyle Henderson will be hostess to the Tueday Bridge Club. La Nuevc Club will be enlertalned at tlic home of Mrs. Clarence Webb. Mrs F. E. Utley will entertain the La Petite Club. Trl-Town Bridge Club will meet at, the home of Mrs. James Terry. Wesleyan Sevlce Guild of the First Methodist Church .will meet at the home of Mr. M. S. Edwards. 1416 E- Main. Wednetday The Junior G.A.'s of the Calvary Baptist will meet at the^church at 4:30 p.m. The L. E. W. Bunco Club will be entertained a 1 , the home of Mrs. Howard Besharse. Mrs. P. D. Foster will be hostess to the Town and Country Club. Thursday Mrs. Raymond Bhamlin will entertain the Avalon'Bunco Club. Tha Blytheville Rook Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Elva Poe. Mrs. Herman Hoffman will be hostess to the Q. N. B. Club. Mrs. F. B. Joyner will entertain the Thursday Contract Club. The Mid-Week Club will meet at the horn* ot' Mn. G* A- Cunningham. "• .*"--'-.--S'. , '••'••'• '•! *«. Mrs., Robert Blaylock will be hog- tess to the T. N. Club. Thursday Rook Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. George BaJiba Jr. Octette Club will meet with Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. Eugene O'Brien, the brothers and Charles McDanlel as the uncle. Student directors were Maxlne Hill and Clarice Maxwell. ' Queen la Crowned Mis* Dlxon was crowned by Don Peterson who Is the class president. Maids to the queen and their escorts were Gay Oarrlgan and Graham Partlow; Mary Frances Galnes and Marlon Smith; Patsy Besharse and R. C. Allen. Jr.; Jo Ann Trleschman and Prentls Jem- Igan; Patsy Regan and Tommy Ushers were Pally Graham, chair man. Ann While, Dona Bohannan May Ball, Anita Sykes, Joan Lutz Barbara Stewart, Margaret Hil Lounell Overman, Betty Woolen Dorothy Thaxlon. Bobble Whlsen hunt. Betty Carter, Louella Alle; and Blllle Richardson. Miss Luna B. Wilheim and Mis Frances Bov,en are senior class sponsors. The class will leave as their mem orlal, a stage cyclorama, and othe new stage equipment. * WE, THE WOMEN * Can a Wife Be Overly Ambitious? It's Possible By Ruth Millett NEA Staff Writer Friday Mrs. o. L. McWaters Jr. will entertain the Friday contract Club at hev home. Mr«. o. O. Elklns wlllb* hostess to the C. B. c. Club. The Friday club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Farrls McCalla. At The Hospitals Bl.TtheviUe Hospital Dismissed: Patsy Jones, Cooler. Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Green and baby, city. By Ruth Millett NBA Slaff Writer When they met and married he had only a high school education and hadn't planned to get any more. But she was set on his taking advantage of the O.I. Bill to get a college degree and was willing to work, herself, to supplement his allotment. After two years of college, his anxious to quit and get a job. He has barely made passing grades, though he has studied hard. He cannot see how college is training him for any Job he wants and will be good at. She has told him that If he quits he will be letting her down. Her letter to me, asking if she. isn't right, brings up the question: "Can a wife be too ambitious for her husband?" In this case-I think the answer is "Yes." A girl marries a man who Is as ^r«U educated as he wants to be and who appareuty has assimilated about as much formal learning as he Is able to take. But instead of marrying him for what he Is. she marries him thinking she will make him into the kind of husband she wants. May Be a Selfish Attitude Her willingness to help out b> holding down a job isn't any noble sacrifice on her part as she obviously feels It Is. She is working not toward her husband's happiness but toward her own. She Is working for something she wants, not for anything that he feels Is Important If she keeps pushing him along a course that has become Irksomi to him—she may ruin their marrl age. And, of course, she runs the risk ot killing his ambition by trying It steer It Into channels that satlsf; her and do not satisfy him. It's an admirable thing for a wo man to be ambitious for her hus band, when her ambition takes th right form of expression, and when slie stand* willing . and ready ro lelp him get what he wants ou f life.. But when a wife tries to satisfy ler own ambition through her hus- land she becomes not a helpmate mt a slave driver cracking a whip. No matter how often she tells lerself she is just giving him the push he needs, she Is making a big mistake. For her husband doesn't need a woman behind him shoving him ahead. He needs a wife at his side, letting him set the pace—but ceeping in step with htm • through ife. American Whisky—1484 TOKYO—«P)—Japanese bootleggers ere enterprising fellows, but hey either don't know much about ilstory or don't think their cus- :omers do. U.S. army criminal investigation agents report finding a bottle cif alleged bourbon whisky In a Tokyo nightclub with this label: "Klngheather special blended whisky. Manufactured in Philadcl-' 3hia. Famous since 1484," | Another bootlegger, an economy- minded type, cut liquor advertisements from an old American magazine and pasted them on his bottle,as labels. Still others do a fair Job of counterfeiting labels but spoil the effect by using them indiscriminately on any sort of bottle, regardless of shape or size. In all cases, it doesn't matUr too much, as the bottles contain practically any liquid except whisky. Radio in your bonnel: Could it be a supcrhatrodyne? and an earphone, It will be pos slble for a woman to go shopping and tuck her favorite soap opera atop her curly little head. . It will be equally possible for a baseball fan to go out to the Yankee Sladlum, and, in a moment of feverish exuberance, skim the Brooklyn Dodger broadcast onto the field. Likewise, the whole family cai go to the movies at night, yet eacl member can stay tuned to hi£ favorite evening entertainment. Probably the greatest advance In our cvilllzatlon since the whirling bcarmie, the Radio Hat consists of a two-tube radio set built Into a tropical helmet. The control dial Is set forward, above" the eyes, flanked by two tubes. A circular antenna s set Jauntily toward the rear. When thc^soap opera is over, the antenna Is a fine spot for drying out handkerchiefs. Inside the hat's lining, in a quar- ter-inuh-thick arrangement, are the wiring, resistors, condensers, tuning coil and other parts. A standard earphone fastens to the hat on one side. Power comes from a small pocket battery. That hat comes in a Kiddy array of colors, Including canary yellow, lipstick red, .turquoise, charturese, langerine. lavender blue, and something called chlmeric cerise. But the color is permanent, no matter what program is coming through the hat. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Fresh Dressed Hens Fresh Country Eggs For Sale at All Times We Also Pay TOP MARKET PRICES For Live Poultry Commercial Dressing Solicited Johns Produce Pho.4107 W. H'waylB BUI in Sfam's Parliament May Abolith Prostitute! BANGKOK. CAP)—Premier FW- bun Songkrum said a bill would be Introduced In Parliament to abolljh licensed prostitution and hous** et prostitution. There are 95 licensed houses with 400 licensed prostitute* in Slam. 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WILL APPEAR SAME DAY Alt Clossiffod Advertising Payable in Advance Phone 4461 Blytheville Courier News footwear fashions Something New! TAUPE (Stone Gray) Fiddle Shank Wedge 12.95 6*. SONS SHOES Box Office Openi 6:30 Shuw SU.ts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts l:l» Continuuu* Shuws Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Salurdaj ; i No passes honored on SuudaV at | Korj Theatre Saturday California Firebrand with Monte Hale Serial "Jungleland" No. 6 and Selected Short Continue? LIB. Showing Saturday 13:30 to 11:00 Sunday & Monday DONLEVY MONTANA Fox Movietone News & Short Cont ShowJnt.Sundu 1:30 to ll-. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO RLCN 1:00 a-m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Belle Starr's Daughter wtth George Montgomery and Ruth , Roman Serial: "Bruce Gentry" No. 4 and Short Continuous shimlng Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday I Rosalind Russell i 7#£ weLver TOUCH I * 'MV4IICR HlttOM PtOeuCnOM tt £•-. 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