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PAGE FOUH BLYTHEVTLI.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ociety Jane Siiclton, Society Editor f Phone 44G1 Showers Theme Used For Monthly Supper-Dance Tiny, opened umbrellas decorated a serving (able Saturday night, at the monthly supper nance nf ihi; Variety Club. Approximately 40 members and guests attenrieri the dunce which was climaxed with a mid-night supper. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Japers were hosts and hostesses for the occasion (or which they had selected fin April Shower.s theme. Bowls ol mixed spring blooms were set about the club. A lace rloth dotted with liny umbrellas overlaid the table from which the mid-night meal wa-s sm-ed. Guests for the party were, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. I.ee Warrington o[ West Memphis. Mv. and Mrs. p. A. Faust, Jr.. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Max Sulccr and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saliba, Ninth Birthday Marked With Surprise Party | — ' I The ninth birthday of Eva Jo ; Baety, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Bill Bacly, was observed yesterday with a surprise parly at her homo /or 26 guests. The afternoon was spent in piuiy games and contests after which Eva Jo opened the gifts from the guests. The honoree's mother was assisted by Mrs. Jewel Berry and Miss shir- Icy Baefy in serving birthday cak* and Iced drinks. Mrs. Smart Entertains BYPU at Her Home Mrs. H. R. Smart entertained 2 members and UVP guests of the Cole. Ridge Baptist Young Peoples Union PYiday night at her liome for an evening of party games. Claude Duncan opened the evening with prayer after which games were plnyed in the entertaining roor which held mixed garden flowers. A party plate was served the guest; by Mrs. Smart from the refreshment table n-hicli «- as topped with a low bou'l of spring blooms. Good 'Lipstick Job' Requires Care and Time PRETTY, SEW-EASY Lipstick is skillfully applied liv this >'nuii£ woman, who achieves lo ng - last i n? moulh color lli r t'"">i c ' ' f^-r. H,v NKA Service A hasty dab of lipstick Is the last step In the make-up routine of ina- II} 1 women. Slap-tla,shing it, on just belorc grabbing tliclr hats, they rush to their appointed duties— and then complain biUei'ly because the color is gone in no time. Even long-lasting lipsticks, such ,is those recently developed by a well-known tienuly firm, require a hii of lime and care in application if you'd like to avoid pale and psrched-looklng lips. Makers ol this lipstick otter three rules for evading smears. With either your lipstick or a lip brush, outline your mouth, making certain in Bits of News // D f\ liii f-'f'i-iona.t Mr. and Mr.s. CJu.s Eherdt. Mrs, Cal (ior.sell. and Jijiimy Go.sselt left today for Birmingham. Ala., to attend Ihe funeral services M Mrs. H. 1.. Ehcrdfs father. E. f?. Crnni)). Condition of Richard Godwin, Infant son of Ml\ and Mrs. n. il. Godwin of Blylhcvillc, who underwent major surgery Prkfay morning a I Memphis Methodist, Hospital is reported as improving. Mrs. Godwin is in Memphis with her son Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Droke hart as :lieir weekend guest their .son. J. c. Droke. Ji 1 ,, who is a student at Mis- •'islppl State College, Starkvjll?. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Graham Jr.. announce the birth of their third child, a daughter yesterday morn- ng at Walls Hospital. .She has been i lamed Jeanne SJell. They have two oils, ncchel and Charles Hertiort. Mrs. Graham is Ihe former Miss Martha Hrown. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Perkins ol Mem- , ..„..., 6 ,,, U cu cu phis were weekend guest* of Mr .'entcd Mrs, J, c Droi-c and Mrs. !/>srin Perkins. Miss l.ols Porter ami Miss Mary Hall spent the weekend with friends in Forrest city. Miss Mattie Lou Lwkwood and J. W. Locxwood of Parlucah, Ky, attended the funeral ol their cousin J. R. Neal, Saturday. Miss Gay Gnrrigtin, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Ci. W. Cmri'igaii of IJlythcvillo svas among the 18 wo- n.en intending the University ol Arkansas who n"",i -,*„.,..< i._" .... MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1951 ^car. A tea was given in honor In the Mirror noorr Rogers, president of the Oily Council of Beta Siem of Hotel Noule. At the outset of the affair, Mrs, 'Woman of the Year' Honored at Tea ! An inscribed g o,d en cup was pre- i and .Mrs. c. w. SLsler served party r , r foods and co!!ee lo the guest-?. j Jf?t" TOT In the large windows of the spac- I Ft-ifPrl n ion.; rocm and about the entrance j LMlt - 1 lrt were recently Inl- 'ialcd Into Delta Delta- Delta sor" ority. Mr. and Mr.s. w. J, Rodger* by the Beta Sisma Phi Chaplcrsof Blytheville. m Ihe. tea at which she was Introduced as "Woman of the Year" for 1051. wc ,. c (l( , signs of mlil) ,- jontiuils a[]I| Aproximately 150 guests called be- damly blooms in a myraid ol hues, j pi* ' c ~ Scho01 Summer Round- tween 3 and 5 p.m. In the Mirror The receiving line was composed | \! .{' l "" c * «'"' » c held here in Honm ol Ilctel Noble to extend con- of -Mrs. James Rogers, president of i A,", a " .* Iav '. , the Mississippi i Bounty Health unit announced this sratulations In Droke, was recently named In the honor. Predominating in the decorations the yellow o.se. the sorority advance that Billic Jane your are clnan is who Is [lower Mrs. Droke was presented a rnahne. caught, shoulder arrangement of the flowers .the receiving hurl ! line and chapters officers each wore a single burl set. nil a golden leaf. the afternoon. After the guc.st.s and dry. Pill in the outline. Allow several minutes for the color lo set Finally, ttiey suggest tissue-blot- ling your mouth. Simply place a sheet of facial paper between your lips and carefully press them lo- gelher Repeat, the blotting until almost no color comes off, 12 diesis Attend Party Honoring Nancy Trimue Twelve ruest.s attended the party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilly Mack Lane yesterday marking the ninth birthday of Mr. Lane's sister. Nancy Virginia Tri- mue. Carrie Jean Riirker, c. B. Wren, were prize winners in the conlesU and parly games conducted during - presented gifl.s to Nancy Virginia. the larqe white birthday cake which was adorned in a pink and green trim was cut and served with Ice cream and frosted drinks. Mrs. Lane was nssj.steri iliirijie Ihe afternoon by the honoree's mother. Mrs. Inez Trimue ami two sisters' Doris and Ann Lane. Assorted Gifts'Prcscnlcc! To Mrs. Sam Hayncs Assorted layette gifts were showered upon Mrs. Sam Hayncs. Friday niaht by the 18 guests attending the shower given in her honor by Mrs. Minn F. Dover. Jr.. at her home, on Northwest Parkway. Miss Nancy Holland was 'co-hostess to Ihe guests, who were former fellow employees of Mrs. Havnrs at the general ollicc nt Ark-Mo Power Potted plants formed thr selling for the evening ol party Raines In which prizes were awardrd Mrs Bill McCoy. Miss Pearl Lee and Miss Holland. After Mrs. Haypes had opened ler silts, the hostesses served a ' dessert course. Wins in Event O. s. Crow-ell o( Blytheville tied >„. - j " r - ccollri , . honors in Ihe men's By Sue Purnett A neal, and very versatile daytime frock that's a delight !or the j beginner and expert. Pew patterns pieces and a clearly illusr; rated sew chart enable you to turn ii out quickly. Comc.s In a wide size ran»e Pattern No. 871G is a few-rite perforated pattern for size,* M 16 18. 20; 40, 44. 4fi anri 48. Size IS 3:» yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, .send 25c pltu Sc for first-class mailing, in COINs" I j, c]d '. „„;,V, "r "'"' your name, address size desired : r Lafayette, and the PATTER.V NUMBER to ' ar ,i' ,"" T," " alr SC " 10n S " 1 '*Sue Burnett. Courier News. 3r> w afte " VKm . Mr ann "". ,1m, Role- Quincy Street. Chicago 6. 111. The Spring and Summer PA- SIIIO.N contains 48 pages of new- styles,' special features; (abric news; •A student at ole Miss. Oxford. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe have as the.'r hnusogiicst, Mrs. Rou's mother. Mrs. Margaret Kulp of Memphis. Ted Vance spent the weekend at the University of Arkansas, Fnvcttc- villp. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Warrlngtnn and son. Richard of West Memphis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs T. A. Folger. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon spent Sunday in Joncsboro as guests of Mr. Mahon's parents. Mr. and Mrs ^. B. Mahon. Tlicy spent especially to attend the celebration of Mr Mahon's 81st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. I,. M. Vance nnri | Mr. nnd Mrs. Emmctl Wilson have I us their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas West of Madlsonville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown of Little Rock were weekend guests ot Mr. and. Mrs. James Nebhut. Owen Walker of Memphis was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs Joe Wrcddy. Glc.inuiig silver held the arrangement of roses which centered the refreshment table. A handmade lace cloth covered the table, the glow from pale yellow tapers held In silver candlesticks provided the liphling. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson the Phi, City Council of Beta Sigma Mrs. Drokc. Mrs. Hugh Wlut- silt, Woman of the Year "for .„„„, -Mrs. w, S. Jolui.ston and Mrs. R. C. Allen, sponsors ol the Alpha Delta Chapter; Mrs. P. E. Black Mothers may bring their children to the clinics for a free chccck-up if Ine child -is to enter .school (or the first time next fall • • -• — - A physical examination and the Airs. W. J. Pollard, sponsors of Ihe "eccssary Immunizations will be Alpha Alpha Chapter. Mrs. Jim j given the child by Blytheville, doc- Sniolhcrmon. Alpha Delta prcsi- tors. The program is sponsored by o'cnt; MIAS Vera Goodrich, prcsi- j lhe Parent-Teachers Association J ~ " "" ! co-operation ol the Health by Mrs. Joseph Stover. Mrs. Smoth- j ' |- " e schedule, follows: Lange ' ------ School, April 20, Dr. W. T. Rainwater; Sudbury. May 3. Dr. Jack Webb and Dr. John Elliott; Central, May 10, Dr. j. p. Brownson; and Yarbro. May IB, Dr. j E Beasley. The clinics begin at 1 p.m. anri Health Unit officials requested mothers to accompany their children. dent of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Background music was provided tjniti y Mrs. Joseph Stover. Mrs. Smoth- ''"" cnnon, Mrs. A. A. Frcdrickson and Mrs. Jack Rawlings were In charge of decorations. Mr. and and Everett Eubanks son, James Tucker and Mrs. division at, (he Rridge Tournament this weekend in Little Rock, Twelve representatives from Blrthcvllte participated in the event which was * RUTH MILLETT i Money IS Important, built Won't Keep Love Alive By RUTH Mll.l.liTT. NBA Slaff Writer A young wife, the mother of sev- j can-as I'm sure this woman Iseral smalt children says: "Why don't, for her husband and children it ! ThiVr7ri^",""i";'i "",'".t" * >1 ,"" t " " lel you write somethln, for people ,,ke | she loves her husband and he loves KtM^^* 1 " YWA Convenes For Program The Younz Women; Association of the Armorel Baptist Church met Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mrs. Jim Lum hostess at, her home at 8 p.m. to members of \Ves- leyan Service Guild of the First Methodist, Church. Tuesday DAR has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting nl Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. c. Ellis. Mr.s. Hirnm Wylie, hostesses. Maplegrove Cemetery Association meets at the home of Mrs James R. Meade, W Broau,vay 2:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meets t- the Hul at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. w. L. Homer hostess lo Circle Seven ol First. Methodist Church al, 7:31) p.m. La Peiile meets with Mrs. Neal Annual meeting of the Tuberculosis Association at the Oseeola Hut Cafe at 7:30 p. m. Dinner mectini; opened to public, with re.seryalion.s bcim; made at the Blytheville TB office. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at the cluu at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Jamc.s c. Guard hostess to Tri-Town club. Mrs. Murray Smart entertaining Tuesday Bridge. Central PTA meets al the school at 3 p.m. lor final meeting of the current .school year. Executive Boaul convenes at - 2:30 p.m. Mrs. T. E Drtismand entertaining Twin Table Club. Mrs. C. S, Cook co-hoste.ss 8-50 Club meets with Mrs. J. c Davis. Mr.s. Gratiam Smibury hostess to Club Eicht. Mrs. Herman Turner entertaining TLE Club. CIB meets for dessert bridge at the home of Mrs. Robert 1. Thompson. Wednesday Club nicely at, the Country Club. Mrs. b. E. Old. Jr., hostess. Thursday FidaUs cifiss of the First Baptist Chinch meets nt 1 p.m. with Mrs. Thoma.s Kogan for business social Promised Land WSCS meets at 2 p.m. at home of Mrs. w. K. Mtz- Berald. Mrs. E. j. Cure hostess to Thursday Club. Mrs. w. F. McDanlel hostess to Mid-Week Club. Alpha Beta Bunco plays at the home of Mrs. C. B, Klene. Mrs. Alex Curtis hostess to the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Edgar .p. Borum entertaining Thursday Contract. Thursday Rook plays at the home of Mrs. Grover Wren. Mrs. Ben Mac White hostess lo i^a Nueve. , Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday Mis. L. M. Burnett, Mrs. W". A. Stickmon, Mrs. Bess Stanton entertaining Past Matrons. Past Patrons club with politick supper meeting at the Burnett home at 7:30 p.m. Stitch and cimtler Club meets at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. P. A. Dorris. Mrs. Harvey Dorris, co-hostess. Ljwiiejs Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meets at 2;ao p.m. at the church for monthly business- social session. Mrs. B. M. Matthcwi^j Mrs. John Moore. Mrs. Maude Han and Mrs .Mary Henley hostesses, Saturday Duplicate Bridae league plays «t Hotel at 1:30 p.m. Cotillion Club meets at g p.m. at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. and •Mrs. Marvin Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John I.ane and Mr. and Mrs. John CHudill, hosts and hostesses. Business meeting at 8:30 p.m. In Colonial Room, dancing at 9 in Mirror Room. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III., April 16. M>/— (USDA)— Hogs 11.500; uneven; weights 180-230 Ibs steady to 15 lower, mostly 5 to 10 lower than Friday's nverngc: heavier weights 15 to 25 lower; no Ibs down steady to weak; sows steady to 25 lower; bulk good and choice 1302'10 Ibs 21.10-35, extreme top early 21.50 for load or so: 240-300 Ibs m60-21.10; 150-170 Ibs 19.75-2075 few 21.00; 120-140 Ibs 16.75-18 00'' 100-110 Ibs 1-1.15-16.00; sows 100 UK down 19.00-15, few 20.00: heavier sows 17.75-18.75: stags U.00-16 501 boars 12.00-15.00. Cattle 4,500. calves 800; relatively* little done on steers, most bids unevenly lower: heifers and mixed yearlings opening about steady but with n weak undertone; cows, bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial cows 26.50-28.50. odd head above; canners and cutters 200026.00. Siam Cuts Down On Its Foreigners BANGKOK —c/n— Parliament is being asked lo limit the number of forci;;!! residents to 1.000 In each of certain provinces lo be. designated by the interior ministry. Foreigners living in any province now in excess of the i.ooo limit would not be ousted "but any new foreigners attempting lo enter as residents would be subject to line or imprisonment. us? "We have so i .... in spite of Iheir troubles- and ..u iiiivr i,u little money I can't' worries, she. need have no tear of follow n lot of the advice that, is i losing her man simply oceanic thev KHT.il wives—Ui dress up for their; are poor. husbands, co out with them in the' "Don't tell me money isn't impor- evcninss. make home a peaceful, al- tanl." Ihis woman ended her letter tractive place, and so on, r won't. Ynr money IS cmnortai-t' •On our budget, I do well t« c?t; BUI, it won't buy happiness or keen one. new dress and one new house- I love alive. dress a year. I'm always clean and I neat when my husband comes horned - .-.*....„. m,n un;>. Mable Smith arc In Little Rock today where James Tucker Is under- Romx- n check-up at St. Vincent's Hospital. They motored to Little Rock yesterday. Mr. and Mr.s. Claude Brtley announce the birth of a daughter last night at. Walls Hospital, she Is (heir second child act ha.s been named Teresa Norene. They have another daughter. Nndra Jcfltl. Mrs. Briley Is the former Miss R,,by Collier Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Covinglon nml their guest*. Mr. and Mr.s. Bill Brawley of Linwood. Calif., were in Nashville, Tenn.. Saturday. They rent especially (o attend the Grand Ole Opry. Mrs. R. N'. Townsend of Memphis was the weekend guest, of her sis- ',cr, Mrs. J. c. Drake nnd family. Michael and Marcia McWilliams four-year old I wins of Mrs Haw! McWilliams, me reported in a satisfactory condition at Iheir home on 5. t.ake where they are confined with chirkenpo.x. Lrroy Criner. who Is n student al Mississippi stale College. Starkville was the weekend cuest of relatives Mr. and Mr.s. Bill Brawley le!t this morning tor their home hi Lin- , , -. wood. Calif., after vlsilins here as i?[. 11!' .".I I" 11 . 8 .?? k(1 ' tha f Cln "i but how tired he must get of sccine P) A D me. always wearing the same Ihinn.j *~~ '/V'\ Yet he must, have decent, clothes to ! 1 hold down his job. and the children! IS grow out of theirs so fast there isn't much left for clothes for me. ! Th e luncheon meeting of the DAR. 'Needless in say we can't afford pcwtponcd last week, will be held lo hire ,1 baby-sitter while we BO , inmorron- at Hotel Noble at I nm to the movies or do a lot of the! it was announced today Mrs J c other things that, we would enjoy ; KMi s , Mrs. Hiram Wylie will be h'os'-' dojng. j tcsscs. "Anri how can you rnako a peace- | — ful, attractive home out of an over-i ' Jn e uoled Swiss painter, Holbeir crowded bnx of a house, where, ev- ' ' OJI:: t»arie his living by pairilltl eryhody gels in everybody's wa.v? fi1 ' p!ls "T love, my husband, and I certainly don't want to lose him. Hut won't he gel tirert o[ me and Ihi* kim! of life some day?" iMAXV IN THIS BOAT Tliat Is putting it on the line, all rlRhl. And tiicrc are a lot of youtrj ; wives and mothers In the same.! boat. j Them's no use evading the Issue.' U IS hard for a young woman loj know that it is lack of money that j keeps her tied clown, that keeps her; the monthly Stewardship Progra wilh one new member meeting wilh the nine members. Prayer by Margie Bnard ,.„„ (lie meeting followed by the devotional by Mrs. Adron Russell. Participants on (he prneram. "Stop, Look and Listen," were: Vir- Sinia Martin. Eva Alsup, and Yvonnpi McCain. Prayer closed the meeting. At I'lie Hospitals Dismissed: * Mrs, J. E. Wells and baby, Danny Turner, city. Mr.s. ONesI Walker and Tyler. Mrs. w, A. Anders, Reiser, baby. If allowance Is made for '.he increasing age of the population u S. death rates have declined 20 per .cent in Ihe last 10 years. «ore hon- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shiriev Cov- inpton and Mr. and Mrs. C S Bac- Srlt. Mrs. Noble Oill. Mr.s. Earl Ilrmvii- lec. Mrs. .lames Tidwell anrt Mrs. LamaiT Wellxnirn were in Lcach- vlllc Friday lo attend the Coimtv Council mcctinc of ates all sorts of problems and wor rios and frustrations. Il's plenty loiiRh. and it takes woman of unusunl rourace to work i nnri -^o without while her ymitli ' slips from her. and never indulcr in self-pity. B ' lt '' she is rto111 ' tllc bcst 5ho THE FASHION ACADEMY GOLD MEDAL AWARD AGAIN GOES TO SHELVADORP! Amerirati Designer Originals: gift patterns printed inside the hook Don't miss it-send 25 cents today! tied tor second ors. Nineteen tables of women, nine' tables of men nnd 30 tables in the open pair participated in the Un dav event, Arkansas. Texas and TrnnesMc were represented, j NOTICE Affcr April 15th, Our Telephone Number Will Be 5 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 312 W. Ash Oie 0 !! 0 !' 5 ! A TV"! i0 ^ Ml ' S - »""i*inn>t7Mrs. WeWurn'rctirinB pvcs^ the newly elected Dell PTA prosi- , dent. Due to Public Demand We Are Now Offering DAY and NIGHT Television Service For Daytime For Night Service, Phone Service, Phone 2642 4851 \V« Sen-ice At! Makes und Models! FRED CALLIHAN Phone Radio Service HO So. 2642 Vmir Aii>1»ri>ta and Admiral IJpalci 'Sf St. For r^cellr-nro of clesiRr, Ihe Mod.tDAC-ll Crosley Shclvador—the only refrigerator ever to receive the Fashion Academy Gold Medal Award—|,a s been accorded • this covelcrf. honor for the, second consecutive year! The complete ShelvarlorlincolTersawirleciioiccof sizes, features, and prices. See the nv.nrd-winmn E insi Shelvador Kefriccralors TODAY! $4 NOW^-$4 WEEKLY rsmcK yiiiu- Crnslcy Sliclvndni- Hcfnj:i:i-a1i»r on inif C tislonu-r t'rolcrlion Han—giiarnntccirdelivery when ''""•"- ••' is completed! Dick 126 Eusr Main Phone 3221 ft] Listen lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcemenls. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone G9<18 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING KVKIU'JXAY Last Times Today "The 13th Letter " I.inila Darnell • Charles Boyrr Michel Kcnnic, Constance Smith • 20 Minute Short of GENERAL M'ARTHUR Highlights of his life up to and including his dismissal by President Truman. Tuesday Only UZABETH SCOTT JAKE GREER JEMHIS Company She Keeps m I.H.sl '('imps Todav . 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