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MUSS POUR ELYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1949 /? . 4 aocielu, melim Saliba, Society Editor § Amelim ['hone 4J61 Mrs. Trimble Honored At James Roy Residence :. Mr*. Thomas Clark Trimble of Lonoke wu honored yesterday morning, when her daughter, Mrs. Jamee M. Roy entertained with »n informal morning party at her home, 1531 Holly. Approrimately 130 guests called between the hours of 10 and 12 to meet Mrs. Trimble. The entertaining rooms of the '• hqme took on a festive air of spring 1 with vases of aiealeas and other : aprlng flowers In pastel shades be 'Ing arranged In the living room and dining room. The refreshment table • ; wa* covered with a hand embrold- . ered Italian cut work lace cloth and : held as a centerpiece a striking • arrangement of Dutch iris and snap'_ dragons in soft shades. '. Mrs. Boy was assisted In entertaining by members of the Friday -• Bridge Club, Mrs. Herman Carlton ' »nd Mrs. Max B. Reid. - - Ot of town guests who attended : Included, Mrs. Robert McKlnnli ; $nd Mrs. Riley Jones of Manila \ Mrs. Jo« Rhoads and Mrs. Jin : Hyatt of Osceola. .. • • • ; Mrs. Elkins Is Hostess "- To Rook Club and Guest : Mr«. O. O. Elkins was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Blytheville Rook Club and one guest, Mr». C. 8. Dowdy at her [ home at 150S West Ash. In the afternoon rook games high score went to Mrs. Albert Enderlln with second high being won by Mrs. R. A. Copeland and rooko by Mrs. 1. O. Hu«y. Arrangements of flowering shrubs In tall crystal vases were used to decorate the home. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course with coffee. Mrs. Saliba Is Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs. George Saliba Jr. enterlain- •d the Thursday Rook Club at her home yesterday at 102 East Vine. Mixed spring flowers in crystal rases were used bo decorate the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Nevill BlaJcemore won high •core in the games pluyed with Mrs. Richard Pritchard winning second high, and Mrs. Leon Scherer, rooko. Itollcwing the games, refreshment! were served by the host«ss. • • • Bridge Club and Guests Meet with Mrs. Joyner Mn. Fred Jleeman, Mrs. M. A. buec, Mn. Marvin Robinson and Mra. Roy' Nelson', of Log Angeles, OWlf., were guests yesterday at the hem* of Mra. F. B. Joyner, 1103 •oily, when sht entertained the Thursday Contract Club, ^Centering the amall tables In the Bring room, at which the luncheon waa served, were amall vases of Jonquils. In the bridge gwnea played, Mrs. t, D. Foster received high score, Mra. Z. R. Lancashire, second high •ad Mrs. Nelson, guest high. •^ • * • Mrs. Afflick Entertains With Bridge Luncheon .-Mra, O. W. Afflick waa hostess When she entertained with a bridge luncheon at her home, 303 North Tenth, for members of the Thursday Club and two guests, Mrs. R. H. Sirby and Mrs. E. J. Cure. rThi dining table, at which the luncheon was served, was centered with » striking arrangement of tulips in a low bowl. Other vases of tjdllps were used In the rooms where bridge were played. ;:Mrs. E. B. Gee won high score in the afternoon games with Mrs. A- G. Little winning second high. Mrs. Foster Entertains bridge Club and Guests The Double Four Bridge Club members were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs, John Foser, 312 North Fifth. Mrs. pioster was also hostess to Ihrcc guests, Mrs. M. F. Day, Mi's. Don Edwards and Mrs. Raymond Smith. Rei buds and spring blossoms were arranged throughout the rooms of the home where bridge was played. In tbe games, high score went to Mrs. William ncrryman and second high to Mrs. J. M. Jontz. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. • • • Mrs. Hoffmann Hostess To G. N. B. Club, Guest The G. N. B. Club members met last night at the home of Mrs. Herman Hoffmann, 405 East Missouri, with one guest, Mrs. Jerry Hearn. Various colored gladioli were used to decorate the rooms xvhere bunco games were played. High score went to Mrs. Hearn during the games with Mrs. I-oiils Zcller receiving low s re and Mrs. J. C. Frailer, bunco. The hostess served refreshmenls of a dessert course, Bits of News Avalon Bunco Club, Guest Meets with Mrs. Shamlin Jonquils «nd sprlny flowers In pastel shades were arranycd In the entertaining rooms of tlie home of Mrs, Raymond Shamlin yesterday when she was hostess to the Avalon Bunco Club and one gue.st, Mrs. Buck Rotish. During the afternoon. Mrs. John Clouse won high score In the games with low score being won by Mrs. Normnn Speck and bunco by Mrs. Eddie Ford. The hostess served refreshments of n salad plnte and punch following the gnmcs. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham Hostess at Luncheon Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. Walker Baker were guests yesterday together with members of the Mid- Week Club when Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertained with a luncheon at her home. 905 West Hearn. The dining table, at which the luncheon was served, was centered with an attractive arrangement of panstes and gladioli In a low crystal bowl. Hyacinths and other spring flowers were arranged in the home. Mrs. Cecil shane won high wore in (he bridge games which followed the luncheon with Mrs. M. O. Usrey winning second high. Condition of Mrs. Arthur Bahn, who wa.*> dismissed from the Walls Hospital yesterday where she underwent an operation is Improved. She is now at her home at 513 North Division. The Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Bclcw v.'cic in Memphis tills wci:k where the Hev. Mr. Ui'lcw underwent, checK-up and x-rays at Campbell's Clinic. Mis. John Moses and daughter Sli.iron ol Moinuls, III., arc visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A G. Slilbley Si. anil family. Miss Bea Moore went u> Memphis ycstercluy where she underwent check-up at the SuplLst Hospital Ml.ss Moore Is now able to be; buck at wuvk, alter having undergone ojK'ration in Memphis two wcek.s Lou.s T Sailba of Toledo, Ohio, wit.s the overnight gue.st ol Mrs. G G. Suliba Sr. and family. Mr. tiulibii WHS er.route home from Miami. I-'ia. Mrs Qlarty's linker and son. Larry Jo, were In Memphis Wednesday night, where they visited with her si.stcr, Mrs. Boyd Homines of Manila, who underwent an op- crulion at the Baptist Huspilai Spring Coats Blaze Bright Trail N EW YC brilliance at-the county fair this spring wi any Gypsy fortune teller's dress. Although so-called "Romany" colors run rampant through spring collections, woolen fabrics arc the news. Most .ijjKrcssive bow-lakers are worsteds of wide wale, ribbed and diagonal finishes and of smooth- faced dclustcred surfaces. A new sheenlcss worsted makes the purple dress coat (rifilil) with a plaid taffeta lining of lavender and rote. New restrained styling is demonstrated by modified skirl (lore and a fined waistline which is buttoned and helled with black patent leather. A coral red worsted of diagonal wenve makes the tlress coal (left). A llyaway jib cape is tile season's new back interest which flows oiit from a silhouette of multiple-pleat fulness, lied in at the waist with n self-belt. —KPSIE KINAKD, NI!A Fashion Kilitor * WE, THE WOMEN * there. Her condition is improved, \~}f~* "Voi I They were motored there by On- L - yu ' wu b0 MuK°m C Niciioi«, dauBiuer of Mr.|They're Better Gone Forever nnd Mrs. Ralph Nichols underwent, an emergency appendectomy jv- «i ltllttl MWutt NKA Sl:ifl Writer tetclay at Walls Hospital .Her condition Ls s«ll s fncU>ry. n lh you remember— E. W. Kirby and R. II. Kirby weal All those pitiful "house or apnrt- to Jonroboro today to attend the un-nt wanted" ntls Hint ran in your funeral services for their uncle, E. local paper, in which the adv;rtis- L. Wc^tbrook, who died their TIIC.S- j era promised they -didn't drink or iluy. Dnrlene Haigett, daughter of Mr. rind Mrs. J. J, Haryctt is confined to her home at the Veterans HOU.S- ing Quarters with the measles. Her condition Is slightly improved. Elmer R. Smith left Itisl night, for Columbia, Mo., where he will Attend a new paper circulation cHntc. will return home Monday. Miss Sclnia Saliba is spending acveial days in Memphis with friends and relative.';. She went, e.s- pcciarly to consult her physican. At Fhe Hosoitals Blythevllle Ho&plUl f/Mrs. Joe Candlish, city. '; Walls Kospilal Dismissed: t'Mio. John Dent, and baby, Steele, Mo. rGlenwood Glisson, Hayti, Mo. :. Mrs. James Best, Gobler, Mo. T. N. Club, Guests Meet At Glen Johnson Home Mr.s. Glen Johnson was hostess last night when she entertained the T. N. Club members nnd guests Rt her lionie. Guests who attended were Mrs. James Brooks Cockran of St. Louis, Mo.. Mrs. Jerry Chaf- fln and Mrs. Hartley Hay.v High score went to Mrs. Hnys during tlie evening bridge games with Mrs. Eugene Auten winning bridgo. Spring flowers in pastel shades were arranged throughout the Ivime. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the games. Mrs. Beshavse Hostess To L. E. W. Bunco Club Mrs. Howard Bcsharse wns hostess yesterday when she entertained i the L. E. W. Bunco Club at her I home at the Veterans Housing Quarters. Arranged throughout (he home were vases of spring flowers. Mrs. Floyd Seay received hlirti score. Mrs. Shirley Covington. low score and Mrs, Besharse, bunco, during the games played. Refreshments of cake and Iced drinks were served by the hostess. Dorcas Class Meets With Mrs. Don Aycock Mrs. Don Ay cock was hostess last night to the Dorcas Sunday School Clnss of the Calvary Baptist Church. There were 14 members, two new members, Mrs. C. A. Haynes ,ind Incx Trlmue nnd three guests. Mrs. Johnnie Hoycott. Miss Tney. Hcn- son and Mrs. Mabel Lunslord attending. The meeting opened with the singing of the clnss song, "Living for Jesus." Mrs. Hubert Pol.sgrovc presided during the business session, at which time reports were heard from the officers and vnrlom, committees. Mrs, James Ramho dismissed the group with prayer. Following the meeting n social hour wns held and refreshments of a salad plnle with iced drinks were served by the hostess. smoke, threw no parties, were permanent residents, could get references from previous landlords, had no pots, and if they had children sounded apologetic for even hoping someone would rent them a house? They seem to be missing from the want ad section these days. And He! n few beautiful phrases arc creeping nlo the "for rent" nds thnt hnv« .akcn their place. Words like "child- en welcome." "children considered," "near school and playground." And do you remember when "one :o a customer" signs were posted ;iver boxes of .soap fink PS, v,'hcn there WEHE soap flakes? Now question of which box top you want—the one you send in to gel bulbs for the garden or silver foi the tnble. Remember also when a runner In your only piiir of nylons was n great, tragedy? Now it's just an n musing nr\vs story when, duo to some rliein- ical reaction, nylons start falling i|Hti't on women's logs. licmembcr when the favorite l>hin.se of salesclerks was "You've lucky to got it at any price?" It's IJCCMI replaced now by "it's been re- iluced from. . ." Remember when you stopped in I every few clays to chat with your : car denier, so he wouldn't forget you? And now mnyue you're waiting until you can get just the paint job you want. tliitchrr is jtist A not 11 or Guy Now Remember when you courted the butcher? And now you're making him trot out every roast lie has for your Inspection. Remember when second-hand i;oods were being sold at fancy prices because they were "pre-war construction?" Remember when the big event of your day was a V-mail letter? And now you're a little put out. perhaps ut having to leave the bridge table early to get home to start dinner for the .sender of those letters. Things have certainly chnngcd. haven't they. Yrs. si.r these are the good old days, all right. Osceola Woman Named Officer of State WMU Mrs. D. H. Bliickvvood of Osceola yesterday was re-elected a district vice president nf the Baptist Women's Missionary Union of Arkansas at the annual WMU convention in Little Rock. Mr.s. F. E. Goodbar of North 1 Little Rock was re-elected presi- ' dent. Other district vice presidents j chosen yesterday include: Mrs. Max N. McEachin, Magnolia; Mrs. J. B. Wilson, Springdnle; Mr.s. B. A. Gray, Pine Bluff (re-elected). Texas, Louisiana, California Oklahoma rank in that o«le* in th production of na'.ural gas. Wi/son Hews hostess enler- Wllson Bridge Club Metis Mrs. C. D. Price \vtis uesday night when she nined mein'oers of the ridge Club at her home. Mrs. Joe Evans received lilgh core during the games with second igh being won by Mrs. Wallace 'hompson. Mrs. J. V. Robertson re- elved low while Mrs. Frank Mc- omilrl won Ihe bin^o prize. Guests, playing with club i»cm- crs. were Mrs. Joe Evans, Mrs. Charles Gilbert and Mrs. Prank IcDonald. The hostess served fresh straw- icrry tarts and coffee after the lames. If Mrs. E. D. Bcall, Mrs. Bentlcy Rhodes and Mrs. Dora Me rill at- enrtcd the Joiicsboro District mect- ng of the Methodist, W.S.C.S. in Manila, Wednesday. To Alii-ml Dance Festival The Wilson High School Dance Club will be represented at the State Square Dance festival, which will be belrl at. Arkansas State Teachers college. Comvay. Saturday, with nine members participating. This Is Ihe first you- for this type of festival and it Is sponsored by the college. Schools from all over the state will he represented. The Wilson club has been invir •' to stage an exhibition performance Members attending are. Virginia McAfee, caller. Mars 1 R.vals. Bonnie Goble. Claudia Campbell. Prances Ann I'yland. Jimmy Garrett, Ronnie G«We, Curtis Coburn and Eugene Nixon. They will be accom- imnicd by the .sponsor, Miss Posie Cook. Thomas Edison was granted 1,007 patents in his lifetime. Read courier News Want Ads. "House Iti the Country." Prayers were offered by Mrs. Bessie Rustin • nnd Mrs. Rhoads. ' j Refreshments were served by ! Miss Pi-en eh who was assisted by Patsy Julian. Joyce Lou Cooksey Dolores Ann Statum. Humer C. Sims, Jr. announces the establishment of offices at 107 South Second Street for The General Practice of Office Phone 4458 Residence Phone 6233 Regular Meeting Held Miss Hodge Is Hostess By Methodist W. S. C. S. To Intermediate Class 7 Rev. Holder to Conduct Pre-Easter Services Here Pre Easter evangelistic services will begin at the First Christum Church Sunday morning at- the worship hour and continue each night at 7:30 o'clock throughout the week. The Rev. Charlc.s B. Holder, of Alabama, father of Worth I\oldor, secretary oi Tilythcville Chamber of Commerce, will conduct the services. The Women's Society of Chrls- tiiui Service of the Dell Methodist Church met Tuesday nigl.t at the home of Mrs. B. W. C ran ford wit-h Mrs. L. M. Moody os co-hostess for their regular meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt followed by a brief business session. Mrs. R. A. Greenway taught the study course, "Newness of Life. 11 Guest at the meeting was Mrs. Kerbrough, mother of Mra. Granford. A desert course vns served fallowing the meeting. The Intermediate Class of the Calvary Baptist Church met last niyht at the home of Miss Lovic Hodge for a business and social meet his. There were 27 members and four visitors present. During the business session, the following officers were elected: Don Adkins. president. Miss Alice Priest, vice-president, Miss Hodge, secretary and treasurer, Junior Clouse and Miss Verrui Jean Fnndren. group captains nnd Quincy Hodge, Bible quiz leader. The hostess served refreshments during the social hour. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slitrts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.nx. Last Time Today Every Girl Should Be Married with (,';iry Grant and IMana Lynn Paramount News & Selected Shorti Continuous Showing Every Day Saturday Jungle Patrol Crlsline Miller nnd Arthur Fran Serial — Bruce Gentry Xo. 5 & Shorl Cuntinuou-s Showing 12:30-11:34) Business Meeting Held By Missionary Socfefy The Lndics Missionary Society of the Oosnell Baptist Church *mct at the church Tuesday night for a business mcotlnp. Spccu\l music dnriiiB the mcc-lliigs i The merlins \v«s opened with the will be under the direction ot Dan , singing of a hymn followed by ujjllCM of \Vi\les. ipriuer by Mrs. Goldie McKny. The The Rev. Le.ster D. Slrubjiar. I devotional taken from 'ie book of Minister of the First Christian ] Mntlhe\v. was siven, by Mrs. Edn.i CInirch. stated that "Christian j Karncs. Mrs. Curios ISevill dismissed Unity" win be stressrd at the meet- I the £ro\]p with prayer. NKS. Delegations Irom other I Mrs. McKay will be in charge chtm.nc-s are being invited to at- I of the Royal Service Program which end. I will he held April 12. GO FLY A KITE • EDDY KILOWATT SATS. t. DOKT R.T KITES Nf At ELECTRIC WltEi f.DO USE DIY COTTON STtlNC. 5. OONT CUM! POLES TO • ECOVEI KITIS Sunbeam Band Meets For Regular Program The Simbonm Band of the Number Nine Baptist. Clnuch met yesterday nfternoon for a regular pro- prain in the primary room of the school with 10 nien.bcvs attending. The devotional was given by Miss Ernestine French, after which Mrs. Everett Rhonds told the story, "Trie. Bhie Bus." Topic of the lesson was 'Ark-Mo Power Co. Sponsored by Mississippi County Dry* BODY FENDtft WORK COLLISIONS — WRECKS " \ou haxt the misforfur^e your tar call ut W e bA^t e»;r\ «qU'tin>erlT needed lO put >0ur Cir in BODY PAIKmS AND REFINISHING lXit» 0 ft illhebtitinlovr.. Gel our evUmafe lodjy BUMPERS TIGHTENED We *ill b« >« you . \V>ly r>ol to l.g or *ny rjttVl HELP WANTED We have an opening for a firs! class man fo take charge of hardware, plumbing, paint and wallpaper department of our business. This is a good opportunity for the right man. i'leasc stale qualifications, experience and salary in letter to MANAGER, Box t()0, lilytheville, Ark. Sunday and Munday Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Sta.U 6:45 Opens SiunlHj 1:OU; SlarU 1:15 Continucius Shuws Sat. Sc Sun. Bargain N'fght Every Nltht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday ct Roxj Theatre Last Time Toda FENDER AND BODY WORK Don I d<u< vour car \silhn bcni ffr-Jtn SERVICE o//motcj of CARS and TRUCKS Phone 578 Sullivan - Nelson CHEVROLET CO. 301 Wosl Walnul $ 1000.00 in Valuable Prizes SCHOLARSHIPS AND CASH TO AMATEUR ARTISTS 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes - Complete Art Courses indiHlinR drawingout- fiu (value of Ciii-h course S240.00). •1th. $100.00; 5th, 550.00; 6th. SiiO.OO and 10 prizes, $10.00 each. • Copy lha girl and try for a pme! Splendid opportunities now for trained artists in all fields. Find ont how much ability you really have. Mail this coupon with your drawing. Golden Earrings Ith Marlcnc Dietrich and Ray Millnnd Selected Short Subject Saturday ' Heart of Arizona nilli William Boyd ' Serial—.lunglclanil No. 7 .V Short Continuous Slimvinc Saturday 12:30 to 11:30 RULES: You must he amateur. Our students mil eligible. Make copy of girl 5 ins. Kiph. I'ondl or pen only. Omil lelieriiiR, All drnvvinR.i n^nal be rc- eoivcH by April tf(>, 1049. None rctnrnc^J. Winners notified. If iJcaircd, .send slainnc<l, polf*ftdclr«t=od envelope for list of winners. ART INSTRUCTION, INC., Dept. \SI5 500 Soufh 4lh Slrcet, Mirmeopoli* \5, V,i l'tc.''pe cuter my drawing (Mlnchod) in your $1000.00 Contest for April. Sunday &• Monday City. -Zone. A UNIVERSAL-INIERNATIONAL PICTURE Fos News A- Selected Shorts Continuous ShonlnK Sun 1:30-11:00