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MONT5AY, MARCH 28, BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NRWS PACE FTVB <? • 4 &ocieui melia Saliba, Society Editor f Phone 4-ltil Polka Dots Add Attractiveness o Lady's Wallet Vliss Rogers Is Honored At Luncheon Saturday ••'Another In a scries of prc-nup- ™J parties being planned (or Miss Ilri Rogers, bride-elect of Johnson Blackwcll was Riven Saturday when Miss Jeltye Clair Iluflman and her mother, Mrs. Alvin Huffman Sr-, entertained with a luncheon at Iheir home, 1123 West Walnut. Fourteen guests with Mrs. Frank A. Rogers, mother of the iKide- elcct as a special guest attended. The l\vo course lunclicon was served at small tables and the dinning table, at which the guest of honor was seated. A mlnatuve white satin covered altar was in front of the honoree's place with the figurines of four bridesmaids dressed in pink formats and the bride, in hei traditional white satin wedding gown standing on the sal In covercc aisle with white aisle candle.s on each side. A pink and white color scheme was carried out iu tlic decorations of the home. Centering (he smaller tables was arrnnRe- mcnts of pink hyacinths and white jonquils in crystal va.sps. Complct ing the attractiveness of the decor ations in the entertaining rooms o the home were bouquets of snan^ dragons, stork and gladioli. Miss Rogers was presented a Rift and a cringe of while 'dips from s\ihe hostesses. She wore for this af- cfair anti Iridescent- tnffeta frock with black accessories. * ' ' Birthday Party Is Given Honoring Sara Lou Moody Sara Lou Moody was honored on her seventh birthday yesterday when tier mother, Mrs. Hollis Moody entertained with a birthday party at their home, 512 East Cherry. Guests Included 22 members of the first grade at Snribury School of which Sara is a member. A special guest was her grandmother, Mrs. D. G. Gracy. During the afternoon, various party games and contests were played, after which the gifts were opened. Refreshments of birthday cake with Ice cream was served. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Muir have as their gue.sls, their daughters, Mrs. C. K. Hendrick.son and children, Connie, Cathy unrt Davis ol Chester, Pa., und Mrs. James Brooks Cockriin pnd children, Bobby mid Peggy ^1 St. Louis. Mo. Morris Lute.s,_and I'alsy Jane Mc- Haflcy spent the weekend in Advance, Mo., its guest of Mr and Mrs. R. E. Jones and family. They went especially to attend a formal birthday daiue honoring a, friend of (heirs. Mrs, A. P. Liuxistreet returned to licr home. in Memphis today af- tir having spcm several days here with her daughter. Mrs. Stanley Gresley and Mr. Grcslcy. Officers Are fleeted For Youth Fellowship Tin- Methodist Youth Fellowship of the Lake Street McthortLst Chinch met last night at the church to elec'. officers, 'lltcre were 20 members present. The meeting was opened with the .-.Inning ot "What A Friend We H:iv« in Je.;u.s. 1 ' The following olficers were elected to serve for the year: Mrs. neulnh Gunner, pro.sidcnt, Krnps'ane frYench, vice-president Mi'tlictl Mcador, secretary. Uobljic Rsles. historian, i/otlie Pearl Sti!wt-li, proprmn nud worship, Ann Stihv.ll and Louis Jenkins, reeivu llon. Sunny Andrson and Sas[. Hawkins, relre.shmcnt committee and Edna Lovctt membership. Kt''.i eshtnenU were served by Lotlie Pe.id and Ann Stilwell at tlic nil ol the program. The M.y.F benediction closetl the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Esle.s are nmselors for this group. 1 Woman's Club to Meet A covered dish luncheon and cnl meeting will be held for the entin membership of the Woman's Clul .. at their clubhouse tomorrow at 1 fcp.m. Mrs. Floyd Haralson, American Red Cross Secretary will be guest speaker and chose as her subject, "Compulsory Health Insurance." Mr. and Mis. J. B. I-'t'r^ii.sou and daughter. Cynthia Ann of Joncs- boro. formerly of lilytheville, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Newton B Fisher and other friends here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ebcrrtt, Mrs eorgc Stihvell, Mrs. Victor Stil- vell, Mrs. Lillii.n Alford and Mrs Arizona Norman went to Little Rock Saturday to attend the off! visit of the worthy Brand matron. Mrs. En?enia Hardin nnd the Jennie B Hopkins chapter. They returned home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Noble, formerly of Blylhevtlle are visiting with friends for a few days. They will leave soon on a foreign cruise. Lieutenant and Mrs. E. B. Debon and son. Donald arrived from Washfneton, D.C., to spend .several weeks here as gue.sts of Mrs. Debon's mother, Mrs. J. L. Wallace. Mrs. Jess Homer and daughter, Jimmie and Emadet swearengen spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Neville Blakemore spent yesterday in Charleston, Mo.. a.s guest of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. James A. Frazier. Miss Jfr.e Shclton and Marvin Howell of Russcllville. Ala., were in Memphis Saturday where they attended the performance of Kay Francis in "My Favorite Stranger." Miss Mamie Adams is in Conway today where she is attending * Crow/iies of Troop 11 Entertain Scout Cubs Tho nrownle Scouts of Troop 1 entertained 18 Cub Scouts Iroi Tnx>p 15 with a skating party an IKX lunch at Warann's Skatin Rink, Saturday. Theie were 36 Cubs and Brownli present. Prizes for the bc.sl skaters were given to Nan Miller as best s^l skuter, Paul Westhrook for best boy skater, and the best couple skaters were Beth Johnson and Rosier Sudbury. Mrs. Leonard Johnson is leader of the Brownie Troop and Mrs. T. J. WestDiook is leader of the Cub Troop. They were aslsted by Mrs. Enrl Lowry and Mrs. J. R. Mar. Coming Events Social Calendar MomU.v The Alpha Bcln Chapter ot Ep- .Mlon Slginn Alpha Soioilly will havr HU hivhaitoiml dance at Umnles Club hi 8 |>n>. The IiUeimoiHalo RIU! Junior H.A.'s \vH'. meet at tlie Calvniy Bali- list Cliurch n I 1:30 p.m. Tiirsitay The Fnciiil.shl|) Sumiay School Cluss of llic First Hnptl.il C'lnirch will meet at llic home ol Mrs. Joe AUnw 1512 W. Ash nt TM p.m. The Oasnell n«i>tls| Ml.ssloiimy Unlo;i will meet al the church 7:30 p.m. Mi. H. B. Slum will ciiterUln Club Flight lit her home, Mrs IJoyle llcndmim will he lioMr:.'. lo the 'Uieclay Bridge Club L.I Nuevc Club will be eiHciliuur.1 at llic home of Mrs. Clareiu'C Webb, Mn R E. UUpy will eiilfrtiilu the L:i Tel lie Club. Til-Town Bridge Club will meet iij Ihe home of Mrs. Jame.s Terry. , WcfJcynn Sevlce Guild o( the Fijsl MclliodlM Church will iiifct nl the home ol Mr. M. S. Eo.wi\nl*. 14IS E Mr.ln. Wi'dncMlny Mrs. E. J. Cui'e will cutcilHlu the Wcctucsclny Club at her home, BIB Chlcknsnivbii. The Junior O.A.'s ol the Cnlvnry Dnpll.il will mtol at the church at 4:30 p.m. Tin- L E. W. Htllico Club will be cntoiintnert ul the home o[ Mrs. ,* WE, THE WOMEN * TeJI Hubby About Work? v Don't—He Has Problems H) Kulh Millrll NKA Stuff Writer "You seem lo think a woman has- i .lie Is told over and over how dull n't any rlsht to complain to her husband about how hard she works. Hut how can she make htm understand and appreciate how hard she works If she doesn't keep tcllUiR him? This quotation from the Idler ol n MIchlKiin housewife expresses it point ol view slimed by » uood iiuiuy wives, tf the remarks tbcy make In letters (o me arc LIII tu- dk'Rlloti. 1 don't sity a woman lui.sn'i any right to complain lo her hmbnnil about how hard sho works. 1 Just »ns- such complaining never sets her what .she wanl.s—more uiulerslniid- IHK and appreciation from her husband. Polka-dotted trim on this girl's hat makes a fashionable lie-up wilK matching (rim »n new washable «fiite leather wallet. her IIIe Is, how hurd she works, how she envies his being able lo eo lo an ofllce every day. Well, nill Is made to see how hnrtl Milrm« works* all ilxlil nut lie also -socs Hint shn Is unhappy mid n i-ompliilner. Hn sees tha>. It Isn'l much tun to net home at nl«ht with Miiriic ulways having somo- Iliinu lo complain Klxiui. And. he sometimes wonders why It Is tlial Retired Policeman to Bt Clergyman After June OAMimiDOE, England. • (AP)- Arclile Vencss. once a detective Inspector of l/m<lon Metropolitan police at Scotlaiul Yard, la to be or- ' dnlncd next June as priest, In the Church of KrjKlnml. Vencss, wlm is 55 anil Is from Ped- nor, la Undying ul Trinity College here. He spent 2o yours as n policeman and retired in 19*7! "1 8u w many good things & cler- gyninn could do and 1 wanted to do my bit," he snys. "[ have Ideas about wetting ut young people before they get into mischief." hi n hurry lo get home at night. And he sometimes wonders why other women complain so much 11 lot of oilier women .seem to !»• able " lx> ut .staying home and taking care lo du all Hull Mnrgc does without iimklng ti seem like such a hard- l.nok lit Hie Olhi'r Slilu Then Ihcrti's Miirlha. Murihii iliiK Ihroimh (he hurd years, (mi. MIT children are .simill; her budget and doing housework— when Manila seems to manage everything so easily, isn't it tmarler I" lie » Murtlin than a Marge? Is i Let's luke Marge for an cxumulf. I "lulled. Hhc works hard and Marge Is going Ihrough Din hnnl years now. She has several smull children ivnd |io household help because there's no money for II, Murge often gels fed up wllh Ihe. hard work. Hie monotony, and going without things she would like lo have, She doesn't think Bill renll/.es .sometimes becomes discouraged. Ihu she doe.sn'l ask for Jim's sympathy. He has u full load lo carry himself and he can't lighten hers. Ro she doesn't bother him with her trouble.s. No matter how hard llin dn,v has bcni. she's i-lierrful when Jim KCIS home, She docsn'l look or act or lalk like a (riistrat- EARLY AMERICAN At The Hospitals BlythfVillc Hospilal Dismissed: Mrs. Lilly Barker, city. Wall* Hospital Dismissed: Mrt. David Morris and baby, Qs- ceola. Mrs R. P. McOee, Luxora. camp mcetine; al Hcndrix College to discuss plans for the Wayland Springs Methodist Camp scheduled thif summer. Dan Wade, who 'Is a student State TencheiT. College in Conway spent, the weekend here as guest o his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, who reside at the Veterans Housin? Quarters in Blytheville. are the parents of a daughter born Saturday al Walls Hospital. She has been named Pamela Jean Perkins. Condition of J. S. Halsell. who was dismissed yesterday from the Methodist Hospital in Memphis where he h:is been a patient for the past month undergoing treatment and a major operation Is much Improved. He was brought home In a plane by his son. J. P. Halsell and Is able to have visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lowe and son. 1 ). Jerry and Jinimie and Mi.ss Betty Ann Harbor spent yesterday in Memphis. They went especially to be with Mr. Lowe's mother, Mrs. O. A. Lowe of Miilington, who underwent an operation at St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. Og!esby^Thoma.s returned from Berkley, Calif., where she vis- Missourian Fined Rosco B. Reeves of Maplewood, Mo., was fined $10 and costs in Municipal Court, this morning on a charge of passing at an Inter- seetion. Reeves was arrested yesterday by City Police after his car and one driven by Joe Weridinglon ot Ca- ruthcrsville, Mo., were involved in a minor accident at the Intersection of Division and Chlckasawba Streets. By Alli'la Hurt NKA Staff Writer The ladies' wallet which has helped to reduce handbag-clutter and purse-fumbling Is 'making assertive claims now as an accessory as glamorous as a vanity case. As far away from a mnn-slylcd wallet, as a girl's can go is a new washable white leather btllltjld banded with polka dots. This wallet is offered as an alluring inducement to a lady to confine her change, hills, house or car keys, theater tickets or whal-has-. i tie inln a case which Is available In a handbag with no need for searching. H she wants to make (he most fashionable uses of llils smarlly- styted wallet, she can match Us polka-dotted trimming to the band, facing or bow on a bat. ited with her daughter, Mrs, Jim McGovern, Mr. McGovcrn and son. She also visited in other points of interest in California, before returning: home. Another daughter, Mrs. Roy Turner Jr. and son Roy III ot Coy arrived to be her guest. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys have as their gue.st for several days, Mrs. Roy Nelson of Los Angeles, Calif. r formerly of Blytheville. She is the former Mrs. Louis Humphreys. Mrs Cnry McFai'land and son, Bobbie, Mi.ss Barbara Ocuning, Elmer R. Smith anci Mr. and Mrs. George Clark were in bittie Rock Saturday where they attended the Rnzorback intra-squfld game in which Mrs. McFarland's son, Billy Wayne, played Demonstration Club Council Members Meet AppioxLinalely 40 members of the County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs ntlendrd the council meeting at the Woman's Club in Blyibevllle Salurdfly. The l/)]ie oak cUib members were hoslease^ tor the meeting, and the program was concerned with good grooming. Mrs. W. D. Mayo of the Lone Oak club directed a discussion of Good Grooming nouline, Mrs, C. A, Vln- son of An nor cl spake on Data on Mrs P, D. Faster will be hoMcs* to the Town nnd Country Club. Thursday Mrs. Rnyinoml SlmmlLn will en- leil^tn the Avalnn Bunco Chib. T!K- Hlylhrvtlle Flook Club will l>o enlerlalncd al l\\t home o( Mrs. -ElVA P()C. Mis. Herman KoHmim will bn ho.slr.sK to the O. N. B. Club. Mrs. F. B. Joy nor will entertain the Timi>,day Contract Club. The Mld-Wrck Club will meet al Ihe home of Mr.v C- A. Cunning- hnm. Mr.i. Robert Blnylock will bf hcw- Ic.ss to I3in T, N. Club. Tbiusday Rook Club will be rn- tertnined al the home of MIA GPOI-RC Sallbrv Jr. OctoUe Club will meet with Mix J. C. Kills Sr. Friday Mrs. C- L. McWatci.s Jr. will en lerlain Ihe Friday Contract Clul »t her home, Mrs. O. O. Elklnx will t>t liosles to the C. H. C. Chib. The Friday Club will bf enfer- InLncd at the home of Mrs. Farrls McCallfl. The Kxecutlve Board, or the W. M. U. of the First Baptist Cliurch will meH nl the home of Mrs. Morion Williams for ft 1 o'clock luncheon. Hostesses will he Mm. Tom Jackson, Mrs. Charles Lem- nhs, Mrs. Ebb Carson anrt Mrs. Kcmlnll Berry. The Dorcnx class of Ihr First Baptist Church will metl nt the what she Is RoliiK throUBh. And so ] rtl, nvevwoikod hoi^cwlft\ she keeps lelllnn him. When he j Well, nutybo ,lhn rhtcsn't rcall/.c romps hmnc at tilxht UP hrnrs In 1 JuM how hard Miulhii works. detn)) jill ihp lljlDR.s llml went Bui Me dors iT/ill/ft tluil «!»?'« n vrons wllh Ma rue's dny. happy. coinpunkoniibLc pt'rson. He's The I'Ticiully Yard has CONGOWAMj C. KoUinson I>uml>er church at 2:30 p.m. French Producer Plans Marie Chapdclaine Film VIENNA — <>T)— Marc Allcgvct, noted French movie producer, hns arrived nt Innsbruk to shoot I he exterior shots lor his new film •Miuic ChapdctnLnc," 1mstd on Lhc novel of Louis He in on. Daintiness Mrs. PhHmorc Gibson demonstrated and discussed proper application of make up and correct hair fashions. Special entertainment was furnished by the Yarbro 4-H Club. Members o[ an ensemble presented several musical numbers on "tone ttes", and Louis Hnnley plnyed a pinna solo. Plans are being made for the Olil-fnslnonprl plalrl glngliam »nJ a bifi collar of crisp sheer giv« a ffUHinl "Earl* American" air lo A co I tun dancing frock Hentgned BT Emma Uornh. Tlic National Q>llon Council reports ihni eingli;nn tvill be R favorite for day and niglft ucar thin spring nnd summer. PAIN r HAS YOU CRYING FOR RELIEF Prove to yourself what effective relief you can get now with this fine medicine. You'll be so happy with the help you'll get. so act now, buy C-2223. U you sutler from muscular aches due to exercise or exposure (often called rheumatic pain) or muscular lumbago, don't wait, get C-2223. Purchase price of first bottle back if not satisfied. For temporary relief of accompanying constipation, take St. Joseph 2223 Laxative Pills. " MAMOUSFAYORIll FOR RKEUMAIIC PUN Phone 966 THE WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Slain A Division at Crosstown Date 1919 S-T-R-E-T-C-H that D-O-L-L-A-R Weekly Budget Re: vs. High Cost of Living Mrs. Average Housewife 1313 Budget Street Blytheville, Arkansas Dear Madam: What you can save by using our service now. will help you buy those extras you want. Tlial new dress or hat. Or maybe new household furnishings. Then too. it could bo that vacation you can't afford. Yet with a little cleverness you can make one dollar equal two. It takes so little effort lo put your daily washables into some convenient container nnd d rop it by our way You go out most every day anyway, so why not make that time pay. And another thing Those clothes n-ill be ready for you in 45 to 90 minutes, or it dried in two or three hours. Yes. this is a new service Your clothes are washed in two separate wash waters. The first being warm soapy water, and the second either warm or hot soapy water as you desire Then follows three separate warm water rinses. 33 gals of water are used In the process for each machine load. You can place the clothes In the machines, or we will do U for you '' S °" |] ' ^^ •"" U P. 8. Figure the cost per pound. Vou can really save. 35c per machine load up to nine poundi I each machine. AND you can dry those clothes for only lh« price of ICc per machine load. (MRS. THELMA MATHENEY) is our new manager. Yours truly, The Washerclte. MRS. J. E. HALSELL ANNOUNCES NOW ON DISPLAY NABERS GROCERY April Council tncctlnr, to be held at Blackwater. Each club 1-s to prepare a skit on home demonstration work for presentation then ss R part of their recrriUfonaJ projccLs. Tlie winning skit will be sent to the slate meeting to compete with those from other county groups, unrt the best skits will be circulated in other .states to show how clubs ar« conducted in Arkans,™. TUSSY \ Don't mtu ihii rhinr* to (|lv« your ikin a rloubU Kfiuty bcnftif I Tuuy Crcum^ M«iqu« Rcti two wty» —(rivcfl you a wonderful, thorough eloaniing, five* your nkin a ruhjint ((low. Splrndiri for dull ikin, for a proltlfin nkJn trnuhl^H with •aHnwneM or hlackheiH*. Tlioitf^h it'* a ereani — |rntl* to ymir rrimplcilon — it Hn««« off m clear wator. For • ••tin-»mrK»th, H*wr-frrfth ikm, get TiiMjr CM am y Ma«que Iriii minut*. S*Tt WOODS DRUG STORE IRONS EVERYTHING! You'd be surprised at the people who've fllrentljO dropped in to see us and look over the finest auto-' niatic ironer the world has ever seen . . . and that's Ironrite, with the amazing, rhythmic, restful, automatic ironing way! Come on over and see this exciting new Ironrite. It's the only complete ironer on the market loclayl HALSELL'S HOME IRONER DEMONSTRATOR Mrs. J. E. Halsell 105 South Division Phone 501 'ISN'T IT LOVELY? CANT SIT.- PIN-WORMS cause Fidgeting and that awful ITCH! llnn'l mil ui. wllli 11,1. lnnni.nl > ilni!*, M.I.I.vi-.uy mlmili'. <1H J.y">'. P-W V««l<-.,• Kill, (],,! ,mvlal. lilc-.lUally->Ji I ,rO'«l i'^n^iVhl thai i|,^!roy» I'KI-Wormi Jden- li!U-*lly Rinl n-im.vr* clii-m [roin thti l H Kly. At !l,,. lli.l ,i(,, 0 | I'lii-Wurnu. ul your illuyi:Ul InrP.W, llii-iiiijill, ,.asy.|u.|aV.'Ul)Vt« lirrfrfli'il hy llii- fmni.m Jaynr (I..., i|mHilUt« la wnrni ii-m<Hlini f»r nvrr tt>'» yvtn. J Ot| rial i«l!»f; f-W ^ fei Pi«-Ww»4l I Rox Office Opens 6:30 Show SU.ts b:t5 Opcn» Ji mi [lay |;00; SUrU 1:18 Ctinthmuiift Shows Sat, A Suo. Barialn MI lit Kvtry Nl^hl Kxcr.pt Saturday No pusses hunort'it on Sunday at ROXT Th»tr« I.asl Time Today Montana Mike with llobcrl Cumminn ' mid Brlitn Donlev^ Fm Miivtctulie News & Short Uont. Blmwlni Sunday 1:30 Ur'lliM Tuesday nnd Wednesday UOUHI.K FKATUKF. BIB Continuous Shows liox Ol'fice Opens 1:45 Show' Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n. Last Time Today The Velvet Touch with Rnsiilind Ru.sSfll and Leo Genii Paramount \c\vs .V Sclcclcrl Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday I Have At AH Times For Sale several tractors and ctiuipmcntt both new and used 1 have Johm Dccre, Farmall, Ford and olhct makes 1 iinw have new Kool Iraclors and equipment readj fol deliver* at dealers' price. 1 win Irade for most anythtnn j»» have. Terms can t» arranged. See F. C. CROWE I mill! south at Braggadocio. M*

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