The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1942 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 28, 1942
Page 7
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THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Visitor Honored ~*Mrs. Julian Hawkins of Jeffer-' son City, Mo., was honoree at a bridge party given Tuesday evening by Mrs. N. C. Hawkins assisted by Mrs. Robert Hawkins. There were eight tables of young married couples present to meet young Mrs. Hawkins. The rooms were decorated with bowls of red radiance roses. Robert Mehrlc held high score among the men and received a nest of ash trays. Wyman Dillman was second and received a key chain. High ladies prize went to Mrs. Cyril Henclricks and was bath powder with Mrs. Delbert Harper winning fancy boxed soap for second high. The traveling prize, a deck of cards, went to John White. The honoree was presented guest towels. , » C V P. E. O. Chapter Meets •Mrs. W. N. Rankin was hostess ' to members of Chapter GV of the P. E. O. Sisterhood on Monday afternoon at her home. There were thirteen members rpresent. Mi's. M. D. Amburgey presided during the business session. This was the closing meeting of the group until September. Plans were made for a Summer picnic that the group Mrs. S. C. Neff, program leader for the year and was entitled "You and I," being brief biographical sketches of the members. A baby picture contest followed with Mrs. S. C. Ncff and Mrs. Robert Hawkins turning in a correct list of names of the subjects in the various pictures. + * • Re-Oo-N Club Meets- Miss Ernestine Wilk.s entertained for members of the two table Re-oo-n Club Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jack Moore of Camdcnton, Mo., and Miss Virginia Green were guests. Miss Mary Jane Crysler was high scorer and received handkerchiefs. Miss Mary Jane Bennett bridgoed for nail polish. • * • Farewell Party Mrs. H. G. Thomas was honoree at a farewell party Tuesday evening given by a number of her friends. A steak supper was served at Frankies early in the evening and then the guests went to the home of Mrs. Lloyd Rogers where conversation was enjoyed. Mrs. Thomas is leaving Friday for Chicago, where she will join Mr. •i will hold with members families being guests. of the The program was in. charge of Thomas who is employed in a defense plant and they will make their home in that city for the duration. Those attending the affair were Misses Cynthia Robinson, Nellie McClanahan. Pauline Hamra. Jewel Williams and Mrs. Lloyd Rogers, Mrs. Bernie Romcr, Mrs. Wallace Hulbert, Mrs. P. J. Aquino, of this city, and Mrs. H. Highfill of Little Rock, Ark. Victory Luncheon for 1*. E. O. Mrs. Chas. Dorroh and Miss Ncllc ,Loe Dorroh were hostesses to members of Chapter DM of the P. E. O. Sisterhood 'Monday. A Victory luncheon was served at 1 o'clock. The luncheon was potluck. Mrs. Janice Bright Pinion, of this city, Mrs. Julian Hawkins, Jefferson City, and Mrs. B. O. Bennett. Little Rock, Ark., and Mrs. Amy, Shelton, Kansas City, Mo., were guests. • • • Following luncheon Mrs. Pinion, chairman of the County Nutrition Committee, gave an interesting talk, "Problem of Nutrition for Pemiscot County" outlining the work her committee is striving to accomplish in line with the national program which is one of the defense measures. Miss Nellc Lee Dorroh had charge of the program and read an interesting paper entitled "The Outlook for Religion Today." She made her talk more appealing by quoting from local ministers whom she had interviewed In preparing the paper. a • • Mrs. H. Highfill of Little Rock, Ark., is spending the week here as the guest of her brother, Lloyd Rogers, and Mrs. Rogers. Mrs. H. G. Thomas and baby daughter, Judy Jo, will leave Friday for St. Charles, Mo., where they will visit with relatives of Mr. Chin Straps CAN Be A Help But Thev Have An "If, Too NY ALICIA IIAKT NDA Service Staff WriUr Ni'vrnil women write asking whether u chin .strap will "cure" a dinible ehin. The answer is: u will help, it' chosen correctly, but it should be used together .some uoocl stretching «ncl exercises. That goes for inc BluH Minister Will Serve As President 01 Arkansas College FOR A ton of Sulphate of Ammonia, properly processed, makes one ton of TNT for bombs. The need of TNT for explosives is so vast that the production of Sulphate of Ammonia is short of fertilizer demands. As a consequence, you are helping Victory when you keep your Sulphate of .Ammonia requirements to the minimum. Your old friend, J&L Sulphate of Ammonia, is making sacrifices too, to aid war effort. Your County Agent Can Advise You J & L SULPHATE OF AMMONIA JONES & LAUGHUN STEEL CORPORATION 1 AUCtiON AVE. • MEMPHIS, f ENN. Thomas until Sunday when they- will join Mrs. Gerard Cnllihan in St. Louis and then go on to Chicago, where their husbands are employed. J. C. Hill, Joe Parkinson and Ralph Hutchison of this city and Lamarr Thompson and R. 'M. Armour of Hayti returned Tuesday - thc evening from Hot Springs, Ark..» *__ .-_„ J_ ,,; rtllo!Hnr _ where they mid attended a two days convention of ginners. Mr. and Mrs. M. Brent left Wednesday morning for Hardwell and Fulton, Ky., where they will visit with relatives and friends for several days. Mrs. Clayton Schultz and brother, Philip Chauvin. former residents of this city but now living in Cape Girardeau, arc leaving there this week for Long Beach, Calif., where they will join Mr, Schultz who has been in that city for some time. Mrs. Chas. Dorroh and daughter, Margaret Jane, accompanied by Joan' Pierce. Elizabeth Brock. Dc- nctra Bradshaw, Mary Lynn Abcr- nathy and Mildred Buchanan spent Tuesday in Memphis where they shopped. Mr. and Mrs. Norvel Long and oaby daughter of Wardell, Mo., arc spending a few days here this week as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E..A. Long. any unlovely throat line. H you wish to improve your throat's appearance, you might ask the operator who gives you a facial treatment to include'a "tle- ti|i." She will adjust it thoroughly cleansing the face and HATESVILLE, Ark., May UH. — neck and massaging with einoUcnt n r j 0 i m Q sprngins of Pint- Bluff, cream. You should follow the same | minister and leader of tin- Presby- toutino at home. If you use a teriun Church ni Arkansas, im ready-m.idc chin strap, be sure. uhmunis of Arkansas Collide, lius it Ls made of bias-cut or clastic I been named president ol the college, material. You might use a towel j mt-ijibcrs of the Colleue Hoard unfolded diagonally to make H three | nounced Tuesday. The Pint or four-inch band, which you simply lie comfortably tight. Si'e that the bandage holds the tissues .smooth and l'l:it. but do not let it distort the face. It would be a good idea to use the- chin strap at night after you have done these exercises. Bend head forward, then backward until the chin is high in air. the throat stretched, thc muscles tensed. Holding them thus, turn head slowly to right, to left, to front again. Relax and repeat six limes. Now, stand up and push chin as far forward a.s possible. Keeping this position, move jaws as if chewing—but chewing a.s lower jaw drops down considerably with each chew. Turn head to the right and repeat, then repeat to the left, then buck. IK) IT RIGHT TO GIST KKSULTS This regimen will give results, if followed faithfully for some weeks, and if the double cloc.s not go with a very much overweight figure, which of course calls foi dieting and general reducing exercises. And. this regimen has nnothci use, for practically every womar who wants to remain youthful sil her life. It is an excellent preventive for sagging jowls. The throat more than other features, bear out the axiom about the ounce of prevention. iniiu.sU'r succeeds Linit. Thomas M, Lowry Jr., who was granted u leuvr of iibscnce when lu« i>nUMTd nclivc military duty. J)r. Sprngins was the baccalaureate speaker at 1.1 u- 194'2 commencement. In the commencement exercises of Arkansas College Tue.sday the Rev. Harmon B. Ramsey of Little Rock conferred a degree of doctor of divinity upon Dr. Spragin.s and upon Dr. Henulon McCain of Arka- delphlu, president of the board and former professor of the college. The William P. Branch scholarship, rcshman award, was presented Miss Frances Spooner of Junction LMly for outstanding achievement Surry Patton was presented an iwnrd by Harlequin Little Theafri for outstanding dramatic achlevc- nent. Misses Betty and M. K. Wa:.son received the Coffin uward The Misses Wasson, valedlctoriai and salutatorian, made a grade- point of a 2.GU out of a possible li Agriculture is one of the mos hazardous industries. More iarmer were killed by accidents last yea than construction workers, miner or factory workers. Cat Mother Adopts Rabbits Hen Turns Carlofjniphist WYNONA, Okla. (UP) — A hen belonging to K. C. Colcman here aid an unusually large egg, which ic say.s has an almost perfect map of Australia and New Guinea outlined on the shell. PRYOR, Okla. (UP)—A mascot cat at the Oklahoma Ordnance plant near here has adopted three small jackrabbits. She cares for them along with her litter of recently-born kittens. •'•' Read Courier News want ads. PEARS Sheldon Club or Parkdalc Halves in Syrup No. 2'/ 2 Can .'• 23 Rental Property Why worry r.olU'cUiij; rents, pitying taxes and looking after !T])uirs when you ciin get rental experts to take, cure of it lor you. 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