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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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FACT TTTO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1949 C • 4 aoetelty Luclift Saliba, Society Editor * Phon* 4461 Miss Woodson Is Honored Al F. E. Black Residence Mis* Jullt Ann Woodson. bride- fleet of Major Samuel Hudson Jr. o( New Bern, N.C., who has been complimented with several inter- p.stEnc events, wa* again honored when Mrs. I". B. Black ami daughter, Mis« Betty Black, entertained with > breakfast and kitchen shower »t their home at 915 West Hearn Wednesday morning. Eignteen guests attended the affair Including Iva out of town pile.sU, Mrs. Howard Graham of Steelt, Mo., >nd Miss Karlene Franklin of Gallatln. Tenn. An all-white scheme was carried iml in the decorations of the home. The dining table was centered with a wedding ring arrangement of white (lowers which consisted ol daisies, bvitterfly bush, petunias, «nd cornicopi- and enterminglcd with white puff.s of maline. The two-course breakfast was served at small tables with each oelnjf centered with a small bowl tilled wilh Identical white (lowers lo that ol the main centerpiece. Adding to the attractiveness of the decorations on (lie tables were Ihe placecards made of tiny bouquets of flowers and tied with white fatin ribbon. Following breakfast, the honoree opened her gifts. Each guest later embroidered her name on a tea lowel which was presented to Miss Woodson. Mi.*s Woodson ciiose for this oc- cassinn. a green sundress with matching bolero and white accessories. She was presented a corsage of tuberoses in which were tied tiny measuring cups find spoons. SOMETHING NEW —Strictly for girls who hate to check their furs at the door. Lois Collier models the latest Hollywood creation—a mink blouse. It is banded with yards and yards ol wild ranch mink. Nu Phi Mu Sororily Meets with Miss Snced The Nil Phi Mu Sororily met last ™ B ht at the home ol Miss Mrs. Stiamlill Mary Van Sneed with Miss Joyce Damon -<* hostess. There were five members, one new member, Miss Mary Ellen Stafford, and four visitors, Miss Nema Burks. MUs Louella Barnes, Mrs. Aubrey Yonnl. and Mrs. T toyd Stlcknion. During the business session, presided over by ML<.-s Damon, president, reports were heard from the various officers and committees. Mrs. Stlckmon was giiest on the program ant! gave a review or the pl*y, "The Pleasant Laughter" by Newell Coward. At the close of the program, refreshments wer» served by the Mrs. Blakemore Hosless To Th'ursday Rook Club ' : - Mrs. Nevill BEakemore entertained ih« Thursday Rook Club members yesterday at her home at 700 West Ash. Arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home were low- crystal bowls filled with assorted colored gladioli and other summer flowers. High score went to MM. Elmer Norman during the afternoon games with Mrs. Harold Hinson receiving second high and Mrs. Richard Fhcharri. rooko. After the w mes, the hostess served refreshment*. Mfw Mary Stacy Collins. Miss Mir- To Avalon Bunco Club The AVRlon Bunco Club was en tertalned yesterday at the home of Mr.s. Raymond Sham] hi. Mixed flowers In crystal and China vases were attractively arranged in the home. In the games. Mrs. Gene El]is received high score with Mrs. Bill Gilbou- receiving low score and Mrs. Paul Mahon, bunco. During the afternoon, the hostess served a .salad plate with Iced drinks. Mrs. Dickinson Hostess At Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Eugene Dickinson entertained the Double Four 'Bridge Club and five guests with a bridge luncheon at 1 o'ctock yesterday at her home. Guests were Mrs. H. H. Schmitck, Mrs. G.D. Hammock, Mrs. Herman Cross, Mrs. Emma Nolcn and Mrs. W. S. Langdon. j 'Die three course luncheon, was ' Mrs. Bryant "^^roJ^i'^^r-iTo Methodist W.S.C.S. Bits of News Mrs. P. N. LuttreJl or Covington, Tenn., is in Htythrvllte as guest of her son, Maurice I.ultrell, She will return (o her home in Covington Sunday. Dr. J. E. Beasley returned from New York where he attended the Lion's International Convention. Mr. and Mrs. James Mathis of Columbus, Miss,, ariived to be the Ktiests of Mrs. Malhis 1 mother, Mrs. Venie Webb. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Eubanks have as their Riiesi, Mr. EubankV sister, Mrs. R. N. Mouser of Hope, Ark Sh« was motored he' 1 * Sunday by Mr, Mauser \vlio went to Illinois to attend to business matters. He will return Saturday to accompany her home. Mr. and MIS. R. N. Hill Jr.. left this morning for Brevanl, N.C. to .spend the remainder of the summer as Riier,t of Mrs. Hill's parents. They spent the past week here as gue.st of his mother, Mrs. R. N. Hill Stand other friends and relatives, Mr. and Mrs, HiU will return to New York in the Fall. A. H. McManu.s and O. S. Crow- Hi left today for Bear Creek near Mariana to participate in the National Bridge Stem-slim for Fall Tricky Cut Mak»s Th«s« Autumn SryU* By Kpsle Klnard XKA Fashion Kdltor NEW YORK. tNEAl—The stenl- sliin wool dress that molds a figure rri al- ned and There's the tucked midriff, toi A slim coat-dross of red woo cite one of the unusual designing j whic-h invites comment, owes iL tricks used, which corsets a girl's; easy silhouette tn a deep inverted] middle in a Rhdle o( pleats. The! back pleat and to jicg-top fulness New Liberty News Mr. »nd Mrs. Walter Hill and son, Walter Jr. of Kewonee, Mo., were the Sunday Rdcsls of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams spcnl Sunday with Mr. Wiliinms brother. Hollis Williams and Mrs. Williams in Memohis, Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Johnson and son, Wendel of Wilson, were dinner guests Thursday ol Mr. ami Mrs. WliiHakcr. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Jarrett and grandson. Jimmy, and Harold Epperson were (he gi.ests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Cassldy at Ciitron. Mo. Jimmy and Harold remained there tor a weeks visit. Miss Frances Long lias returned Continuous Shows Box OH ic* Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:11(1 8:IN) A.m. ld:l.'> p.m 4:30 p n UbiTKX TO K1.CN At The Hospitals BJylheville Hospital Dismissed: Frances Holt, Tomato, Marvin Lipford, city. Nathan Wade, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Floyd Ash. Rl. 3. city. Miss Cordia Stone, Rl. 2. city. Mrs. J. T. Claws, Rt. 2, city. Miss Inez Donahue, Steele, Mo. home after a two weeks vacation* spent in Michigan. New York and; | "thcr points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. William LruigJ^ii family motored to Memphb T^I day for an all day affair at the fairgrounds and picnic at the park. team anri bares 13 inches of teg has an j dress glamorized by such a "girdle" ! at the waistline. Tills Hannah Troy Tourna- i up-anti-coming rival in fall col-] —a wide horizontal band of tucks j design owes its smart appeal to Another Blytheville person j lections. It's the stem-Mini coat- fitted to the figure, and cross-tabbed j Byronic black taffeta bow that dress that don.s just as much for] to button at one side—Is a Ben Reig j swings to the side of a tailored who will enter into the tournament Mr. is Mrs. Dick White. and Mrs. Doyte Byrd of Memphis. Teun., and formerly of Both dress e-S and coal-dresses make much of tricky cut or subtle Blytheville left today on a 10-day } detail that reflect, sophisticated de- motor trip to Ririgelnnd. S.C. and signing- Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. and Mis. Byrd are the parents of Mrs. George Ford Jr., of Blytheville. Mrs. K. M. uepenokl returned this week fiom Baltimore, Md., where she has been wilh My. Regeuolti wiio had been a patient nt John Hopkins Hospital. Mr. Regenold wa.s dismissed from [he hospital but is remaining it) Baltimore (or several days. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pry will have <is their guests over the weekend, Mrs. H. K. Collliu and daughter. design made of .sheer gray yarn (collar also styled like a poet's, and dyed wool. The skirt's narrow Look 1 (o a black leather belt and black is belied by a side pleat five inches buttons "that are lined up from deep. ! neck to hemline. WE, THE WOMEN * B> Kuth Millet! SKA Stall Writer Equally Attractive Girls Vary in Success With Men "Why is it." a 20-year-old wants to know, "that some girls j again to get more than one is n] Carrol] and Miss Mary Eliza- attract one man after another. tafith MrDaniels, all of Memphis, t white other girls, who may be just They will arrive here tomorrow I as flood-looking, fall time and time morn in p. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan are spending their summer vacation at Lake Taneycoma near Springfield, Mo. They plan to be gone ten days or two weeks. Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Y.W.C.A equally pleasant to look at from'n Counselor at the First Baptist : masculine point of view, its fMiiTT-^h anc j Misses Bernlce Over- ' '- *= •• ---• two dates with a man?" It's because, though men aren't alike, what attract,-, one man usually attracts other men, that two easy man. Y.W.A. president, Cllffc Overman and Maxine Hill will leave tomorrow morning to attend the State Y.W.A. House party at Fern- I th _ nt v.__ cliff. July 23-?4. The weekend pro- pram will open with a banquet Saturday evening. peal to [nen-'ifr^ .-"> One of 1 tbejtn ''- "ieia a man how Intelligent out -' pastel shades, other bouquets were.] arranged throughout [lie home. : ' In the i played the luncheon, Mrs. Theodore Logan, won \ high score for the members and ' Mr.s. N'oleti, guest high. ! Mvs. Daws Entertains Rook Club and Guest The Women's Society of Christian , Service of th« Oosnell Methodist t Church met yesterday at the home Mr.s. Dmvs \vrt.s hostess vcstcrday when .she entertained the BIythevilic Rook CUib nietnbcr.s and one giifst. Mrs. RII.WPII E. Riales Bt her home at 014 Kearn. During Uic afternoon Ramc.s. high snorp \venl lo Mrs. Russell Wert «ith Mrs. Roy Head winning Kcccmd high and Mrs. Rinles. rooko. The home was decorated with vases of mixed summer Mowers. Tire hoMe.ss served refreshments of a dessert course. memhers nnd one visitor, Mrs. Mamie Gray, present. Following the singing of hymns, 'show »nd one sets out 'to- show Thailand Rice Being Smuggled Into Malaya BANGKOK —Wt— Smuggled rice , is streaming into Malaya from rice- j tlrsl Ume ai V of us had ever ^en rich Thailand. An estimated 22,000 j io a parly like that- and same of pounds of it, carried by women' in i the mer. have been in the bu.sine.ss small lots aboard trains running ! ^ years, from Thailand's Haadyai and Sun- i Builders Given Party At Hew House Warming CHICAGO rAP) — There wn.s a ne wand different kind of house wanning at Harold L. Perlmnn's new and different kind o( house The fuiesls were the men who built the place—carpenters, roofers, plumbers, electricians, pniniers —ami their wives. Owner Perlnian put on the party to .show his appreciation. Commented Mrs. Albert Hummert, whoso husband installed (he ya.s heating system: "It was the first time any of \is had ever been ]>as1 I'ime Today Mr. Belvedere Goes to College wilh Clifton Wehh aiul Shirley Temple Alsu Shorl Subject!. Continuous Showing Bver; t)a? Saturday its RED RYDER in Read Courier Mews Want Ads !»„,.„- , '-, ' ,, . *> ! illicit trade. But icvcim* ** AII<H Hesar, inside the Malayan border. ; court sentenced four rice smugglers fiourcer 0 " accordmg lo ^s^ess: w 10 years hnprLsonment each. i.-fin 1 rice-hungry Malaya the cereal fetches three times its cost at the » man how intelligent he is. j ri « districts of Songkla and Haad- One of them Is self-conscious! y ? L ™ e riceK ^ets through in spile and ill at ease and the other Is j" VI ?, lIn JS e . by . c . ustoms authorities [ 50 much at - se herself ,sh« can *, 1 *" T£ al rallway Cations and ( 'despite the presence of three or I four policemen who travel on every train to prevent smuggling. Many methods are used lo smug- K)e rice to the rich black market of put the man at ease. (no. One of them is completely feminine in her interw=U and ftUltniles and the other prides herself on being different, from most women One of them laughs often and rice-short foreign countries. Each , - ---easily at the man's attempt* *t 1 me one metnod '- s discovered, an- humor and the other trips to make j him think how clever she is. is found. Prevously the traf- icker.s in Thailand had used wo- mm wwmi One of them has a low and • metl atl ^ IHtle boys who hauled Ihe i IIM BANHun R*d*R>d7/) Serial—"Batman and Knhin" No. B C'onlinuoui Showing Sal- l".£:3U-l.l Sunday & Monday The Lady Gambles wilh Barbara Stanwyck and Robert I'reston I'aramouni \rw< * Srieotrri Short* Con't. Showing Sunday 1:15-11.00 Box • Shi> Open» SuncJaj i:Wl; SUrl* 1:15 . Continuous Slums Sat & SUL KargJin Vhjhi Hver* Night \o i>asse<- Intnored nn Sunday « Koxy Theatre Lasl Time Today On An Island With You with Esther William* and Peler Law Curd Selected Short Subject Saturday Serial—"Ghost «f 7,orro" No. Continuous Showily Sat. liljU-l 1MI Sunday & Monday (DOUBLE FEATURE) Sifting Pretty with Maureen O'Har* and Robert Taunjc Kox Alovielone News & Short Cont. Show Sun. 1:30— 11:M)« \ pleasant voice and the other talks prayer was offered by Mrs. J. C. i continuously in H voice pitched tn Davis. Two chapters from the book, | rirowtl out nnr InfrrupMon. -Women In the Scriptures," were re- Ooot1 ^onmlnr Makes a nifferrnrc viewed by Mrs. Harold Merilln, Mrs. Henderson Hall and Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Jim Jackson dismissed the group with prayer, after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Breakfast, Meeting Held At Calvary Baptist Church SHOW STOPPER Brondway musical st;ir Nanette Kabray stopped the sho\v during an outdoor production in Dallas, Tex. She began to scream in Die mid- clle of a sung before a packed house and had to be assisted otT stage, whei-e she cried tnr three minutes. Cuti^c: A buff bit her in the Ir.ce. then flew down inside her blouse. The Women's Missionary Society of calVRiy Bapti.st Cluirch ; served brrakftist Wcrinesriay morn. Int; at (hr ciiurch to the men of 1 4 churches in the Mississippi , County As.sortation who are con- ; duciinp .siinultaiieous brotherhood revivals. Speakers nT ^ho breakfa.il included Nelson Full, .secretary of the i j^tatp brolhrrhood of Lit lie Rork; ; the RPV. Rii'.icll Duffer, pastor ol , Die New liberty Chxircn; the Rev. * E. C. Drown, pastor of the Fii.st . Church; the f?ev. C. J. Rushlnp. J county missionary and the Rev. i 1 , H. Jprnigiin. pa.stor of the Calvary Baptist. Regular Meeting Is Held By Baptist Junior G.A.'s The .Junior Girl's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met Wednesday afternoon al the home of their counselor, Mrs. Albert Kuderlln. There were 10 members and one guest, Jtmmie Lynn Nichols present. Martha Jane Bartholomew, vice- president, presided during B short business session, alter which Ihe group worked on their Forward Steps. Palsy Weaver completed her work as Lady in Waiting of ihc G. A.'s. After the program, the hoMe.vs served refreshments of a aborted party foods. One of them seems to thine with cleanliness .'rom her glistening | hair to her well-mflnicHrcd hands' ' and the other goes In for the "sloppy" look. Onr of [hem is easy to grt along wHh and the other one never srr.n? t o he ha vi ng a very pood time One of them talks about her.-rlf all the time a i\d the other en- cotLraRn. 1 ! the man to do most of the talking, but so subtly that he rinpsn't realize he'.s doing t Otir of thrm 's lady-like in man- tier and the it her is willing 'n make heiself conspicuous in order >•' attract attention. T hose are just a few of fhr reasons why two girls nan share beauty honors and yrl one of thrm rllrks with mrn and the other doesn't. contraband across the border into Malaya at secluded spots. Offenders arc rarely arrested in spite ol the great activity in the tn primitive blast furnaces. hand-operated -Hows of skin inside cylinders supplied air to a mixture o f Iron ore and charcoal in a fire. WATCH For the Grand Opening of GRABER'S Completely Remodeled Store on or About August 15th GET A FREE BALLOON DANCE at the Silver Slipper BOO Kast ' ' To Hie Music of Doyle Turner and the National Hillbillies FRIDAY, JULY 22 from S:3ll til 1 :IHI • FEATURING • FREE BARBECUE and SQUARE DANCE >Vilh a Professional Caller 1 I $1 RECORD SALE Good Used Records For Only 8 FOR POPULAR HILLBILLY RACE Sale Starts Friday, July 22 DAY RECORD EXCH. 115 Kast Main Ulylheville Rccordt Will Also B« On Sale at Armorel Drug Start, Armorel. I'm Free Of Wash day Worries! WITH NU-WA'S ROUGH DRY BUNDLE Just 10' " Flat work Finished \Veartnjr Apparel Starched Shirts Finished 12c extra. 1'nnls Finished 20c extra TELEPHON1 4474 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners Six Service Trucks We Give Ka>;te Stamps Saturday On Frigidoirc's Special FREE ™ ADULTS A Lovely Royal Ruby Ivy Bowl AH you have lo do is In register and see Ihe !>IK "Proof nf Value" Demons!ration of Kriijidaire Appliances . . the newest, fines! appliances von can buy, anri now at new low pricey. Come in Saturday. ADAMS APPLIANCE, Co., Inc. .). \V. ADAMS, Manager atlfi-ZOS West Main Phone 2071

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