PACT TTTO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1949 AlewA Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Julia Ann Woodson Feted At Dessert Bridge Party Miss Julia Ann Woodson, bride- elect of Major Sam UP! Hudson, Jr., of New Bern, N. C., was again complimented when Mrs. Orady Magee and Mrs, John Whitney Morgan, Jr,, entertained in her honor with a dessert bridge yesterday, The afternoon party was held at the home of Mrs. Magce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay at 1500 Chtckasawba. ' Summer floral arrangements decorated the home. A dessert course, was served from smalt tables, each of which was centered with a bouquet. Out of town guests for the affair were Miss Eleanor Janney of Montgomery. Ala., who is houseguost of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. PoPtz, Miss Betty Dale of Premiss, Miss., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, and Mrs, Howard Graham, of Steele, Mo. In the bridge gnmrs, Mi?s Bar- i bnra Monaghati won high si-oie with Mrs, Freeman Jernigan winning second. The bride-elect was presented a hand painted tray by the hostesses. Miss Woodson's mother, Mrs. E. B. Woodson. attended the courtesy, as did ihe hostesses' mothers, Mrs. Joe Shanks and Mrs. Spay. Mrs. Shanks and Mrs. Seay assisted in serving. Watermelon Supper Held At First Baptist Church The Young People of the First Baptist Church were entertained last night at a watermelon supper, with the. cotton-patch setting located in the department's .social rooms. Miniature watermelons made of WKI> RECENTLY—Mrs. Charles B. Robinson was before her marriage July 25, Mrs. Jean Qulnn Maxwell, daughter of the late Mr. »nd Mrs. Earl Quinn of Osceola. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Robinson of KcLsor, The ceremony was Bits of News Mrs. Rissa Helm has returned home after a two wee Its visit in Florida Mrs. Helm visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tucker and h«r sister, Mrs. Jim James and family In Haines City, Fla. She also went to Tampa, Fla., to visit an aunt, Mrs. Clara Perry Hamner. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bradley .spent a week in Searcy where Mr, Bradley attended circuU court. Mr. and Mrs, Aubrey Conway have returned from an extended vacation in California. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipscomb and daughter. Linda Lou have moved U> their new home on Marr Avenue. North Highway 61. They foimerh resided at 329 Dougan. Mrs J. H. Elklns went to Memphis today to meet her brother, While In Memphis they will visit their nephew, Charle.s Ingram wlio pttends the University of Tennessee Dental College. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perry are the parents of a son born Wednesday J. L. Pruitt. pastor of the KeUer Methodist Church, officiating. solemnized at the home of thc! |ltght at Wal]s Hosplla ). The cou . bridegroom's parents with the R*v. j p]e - 5 f|rsl cnUd ne has ^^ nampd ' Ronald PYed Perry. Mrs. Perry Is the former Miss Mary Lou Whittle. Harvey Morris is spending several days in Heber Springs, Ark., where he is visiting with his mother. Mrs. A. G- Morris. He plans to return home today or tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett and children returned home from Till- sa. Okla., where they visited with Mrs. Setllemeyer Honors Guest With Bridge Party Mr*. Mavis SeLLlemeyar entertained two club groups at her home in Dell yesterday afternoon. The affair, a dessert bridge honored Mrs. Frank Tomltnson of Houston. Texas, who is visiting her paper were given guests on arrival, sisters Mrs. T. W. Jelfrie.5 and Mrs. | who nas t " en visiting • nd the roadside directions to the | Adolph Heinickc. " a*rr» * "melon patch 11 were along the hallways anrl stairs, leading them to the party scene. In [he room where the party was conducted a log-cabin eight, "by 10 feet complete with wash bench, bucket and dipper, clothes line, and cotton growing in the surrounding fields set the scene for the plantation games, songs and charades. Guy Rogers was first place winner in the water-ielon smile con- e.st and Owen Harrison was second place winner, and as a result they were team leaders for other Barnes and contests during the evening. The centerpiece for the watermelon table was a half watermelon shell filled with colorful garden flowers. Mrs. Burnett's sister and other relatives. They were accompanied home by her mother. Mrs. Karen Wood, Tulsa. Mrs. Bus Carey and daughter, Carmen visited in Paragould Thursday with friends and relatives. Miss I'at McGregor and brother, Ronald have returned home from Gates. Tenn.. where they spent, a weeks vacation. Mrs. O. C. Ganske spent the week in FaraKOiild and Jotiesboro with friends. She went especially to attend a re-union of several of her former classmates. Misses Rosanna Cleveland and Nora Simpson have returned' from their summer vacation spent in Galveston. and other points of interest in Texas. While in Galveston, they were the guests of Miss Simpson's sister, Mrs. Albert Vassalo and family. Mrs. Herman Walpole left today for her summer vacation to be spent with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Shinn. Mr. Stllnn and family in Harrison. Arlc. She plans to be gone for two weeks. Redman. He Is a student at Arkan' sas Tech. Russellvllle. Mr.v H. E. Smith and Miss Mftry Kathertne Reese of Jonesboro are! spending several days in Heber Springs. Ark. BtC MOMENT—This is just about the brightest mumenl in a soldier's life. Cpl. William Feldkamp Ie<ins out the window of a bus in Chicago and gets a hearty kiss from his girt friend, Gloria Joy, 17, while a not-so- 'orlunate buddy stares with envy. Feldkamp is bound for Camp McCoy for I wo weeks training with 10.000 olher National Guardsmen. High score in the games was won by Mrs. Joe shippen of Osceola with Mrs. H. R. Crawford of Dell winning second. BriUgo went to Mrs. R. G. Edwards and low was wan by Mrs. Roscoe Craflon. Roses and mixed garden flowers were used In the entertaining rooms. A. pink an'ri green color scheme completed the decorations. .Osceola guests were Mrs. R. D. Means. Mrs. w. J. Edrington, Mrs. Joe Shippen and Mrs. William Sil- vcrbialt. Mrs. Holl Entertains Rook Club and Guest Mrs. E M. Holt was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Friday Rook Club members and one guest, Mrs. Fred Boyett, at her home at 227 E..Kentucky. During the afternoon games, high score went to Mrs. Harry Bogan with Mrs. Floyd Rector winning second high and Mrs. Don Haley. rooko. The home was decorated wl[.h crystal vases . of mixed summer flowers. R refreshments were served by the hostess. * * Mrs. Hardy Hostess To Club and Guest The C.R.C. Club was entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Mrs. J .D. Smith was guest of the club members. Mixed summer flowers were arranged in the entertaining rootm of the home. High score was won in the games by Mrs. O. O. Elkins, and Mrs. R. A. Copcland received second high. Mrs. Lcndennle Fowler won rooko. During the afternoon, the hostp.ss served a drssert course wilh iced drinks Twentieth Century Club Entertained at Legion Hut Twentieth Century Club members and guests were entertained at the Lesion Hut Thursday evening al ihclr monthly Dinner dance. Hosts for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whitts. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb. Mr. and Mrs- Utho j Ranie.s. Mr. and Mr.= L. C Posey. i Jr. and \\\ and Mrs Joe Freeman. | A yrllow color scheme was used i in the rUibroom decorations. Ap- . „ , „ . [ r >roxim,uely 100 quests were .servcrt i Cot ton wood Joint. Mo. tn- the ho.Me.sscs. VJEW YORK—(NBA> —The f.bric 1^ that's fast winning ail-American •fashion honors emerges now » champ in the field of summer sportswear. That'j nylon. It malcts "tadeta" shorts, slip-ons and cardigans of "jersey," styled like those shown above, which dry quickly and can by-pass the ironing board on trips from and to the tennis court, golf links or beach. Nylon taffeta shorts in black and other dark colors ar« smartly styled with cuffed legs. Sleeveless nylon jersey slip-on] in , , ... ^. (White and black and pastel colors have «,°v!'T e , I. °f, N "" v ' lle ' mTen »- ; deep armholes designed for coolness Evening Service To Climax Baptist 'Youth Month' The evening worship service at the First Baptist Church at 8 p.m. tomorrow will climax the observance ot Youth Mftnth lor the church. During July, the places of leadership In the church organizations have been filled by young people willi Carroll Evans Youth Month Pastor and Harry Ray Brooks, general superintendent of l..* Sunday School. He has been assisted in the Sunday School by the general secretary, Grnriy Magee, and other young people who have served each Sunday part mental superintendents. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams returned lo their home in Humboldt, I'eim., Monday after spending the weekend with his brother, J. C. Wlliams nnd Mis. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. John Tyre were lost s to Mr. and Mrs, Jack Wil- .itims and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams Sunday at Forrest City. Miss Jimmie Nell McDonald has returned to her home in Memphjj* fter a week's vacation with her r° parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Me- ^ and freedom of movement. Long-sleeved cardigans of nylon jersey color-matched to slip-ons, button up all the way lo litlle collars.— By EPSIE KINARD, NEA Fashion Editor. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Calvary Baptist W.M.U.. Circles 1 and '2 will meet at the church at 2 p.m. for a businc.s.'; and social meeting, Buslnejv and program meeting j of the W.S.C.S of the First Meth- j ocii.st Chuvrh will tx? held at the i church at 3 p.m. ^ j Missionary Study Group of the J Woman's Council of the" First Christian Chinch will meet at 2:30 p.m. at (he church with Mrs. Harry Bradley and Mrs. C- A. Taut a,s ho.sles.ses. The W.M.U. of the First Baptist Church wilt meet at the church for a business meeting at 2:30 p.m. WE, THE WOMEN Rath MJIlett —so it could be suspended. j The man was fined in municipal >, court for drunken driving. When j ihc j'ldc-e asked for his driver's li- j cense, the defendant said he had ( none. The man then was instruct- j ed to get a Mcejise and bring it back into court. ' Tti the Training -Union organization. Owen Harrison has served as director, Bill Strickland, n.s associate director, and Miss Katherlne Graham, general secretary. Nathan Wade, assisted by Miss Maxine Hi]!, served as adult leaders: Robert Pur tie. young people's leader, and Miss June Posey. assistant director Tn the Intermediate Department, Clarence Johnson as director was assisted by Miss Marian M a vcs. Miss Maxinc Overman and Mrs. Harold Frazler and Miss Christine Austin have been in charge nf. storv hour programs- At the mi (i-week prayer services. ! July 20. the youth of the church i nresented the program. "What Will 1 You Do Will) Jesus?" and at eve- j ning worship services, ushers and : those helping with special music' have been the yo"th of the church j In each of tomorrow's church ! services, the young people will par- ' ticipate with special activities, and i the Rev E. C. Brown, pastor, will j speak tomorrow about the challenge | of youth. The Youth Choir will | sing the call to worship. "Arise. O Yout 1 ' " and present special music. de- I Donald ami family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bogwcll and Percy Bog well were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cain Sunday. Mrs. Clayton Holder. Mrs. Hcnvy Long. Miss Frances Long and Mrs. Charlie Hicks attended the MOAT in Memphis. More than one billion fons of steel per person are produced In America each year for domestic use. Read Courier News Want Ads. toss to the First Baptist V.W.A. at 7 p.m. a', her home. B.W.O. Eight- of the First Baptist Church will meet with Mrs. W. J. Roclgcrs at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday Trl-Town entcitninerl at the home Gene Teaford. Mrs R C. Allen will be ho.5te.ss lo Club El"ht - J ' , r .* , f+ Wednexla.r The Junior G.A.'s of the First Baptist Church will meet at the 'Sue* a soft-voiced, smiling trou- j bJemakcr." said a Girl Scout leader j about the brightest child in her | troop. j "She has jiu uncanny knack for knowing what wilt hurt or embar- i ra.s.s or deflate another child—and : ' she never hesitates to use her ', knowledge.' 1 j | Poor Sue. If .someone doesn't get j j her onto the right track she'll grow i I up to be the kind of woman who LSI most kindly described as having r. = [ "sharp tongue." i There' .sat least one such wo- ' man in almost every group—(he woman who spoils small triumphs for others, who reminds them of Tiie INIosl Talked-About Shop in Memphis SEW AND SAVE with MEMPHIS FABRIC SHOP 81 North Main St. Cot Ions Woolens Silks Draperies BY THE YARD Memphis. Tctin. Rayons Slip-Covers Lowest Prices in the Mid-South Samples Furnished Without Charge Mail Ordtrs Killed Promptly WRITK FOR FRKK USEFUL GIFT BriclRe Club '.rill bcl| hing .; th( , Jr wm]ld lik( , to f or g e t i j Mrs. C. G. Redman Jr. arrived home tiome o'. Patsy FLshcr, S2S Parlt. at today to spend the. weekend here j 2:30 p.m. aith his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. i Thursday Surprise Shower Honors Mrs. Bradley Phillips Mrs. Bradley Phillips was honored Thursday with H surprise shower when Mr.v Mark Anderson entertained at her home r the dear Lake Road. Games were conducted by Mr.v FrAtik Dyche of Kansas City, wlio ts house guest of Mr. and Mrs. L L. Anderson. Mrs. Nealy Flowers received a prize. A large pink and blue ribbon marked the honoree's chair. Cake and iced riritiks were served by the liostc.ss. Two mit.-or-lown pucsls. Mrs. Dych#. and Mrs. Dillard Phillips of Osceoln, were prr?ent. Blythevillt- Rook Club will meet at home of Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. Gene Ellis will entertain are j members of the Avalon Bunco Clnb. Mr.s Elmer Norman will be hos- itff, to Thursday Rook Club. Grvmcll WAC.S. will meet at the church ^t 2:30 p.m. Friday Mr.v Don Haley will entertain the Friday Rook Club. The C.E.C. Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elkins. At The Hospitals Rlytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mr.s. R. I,. Simpson, city. Mr.s. Harold Cavashcr and city. Gary Ma^on. city. Walk Hn&|iiUl Dismissed: Mrs. Richard Shulls and baby. baby. Studies in Memphis I Dr. J. F Brawnson spent thr past work in Memphis taking a post• graduate roursc on bladder nnd i kidiipy di.seases under Dr- Grorgc • R. l.ivpi more at Baptist Hospital. Mr.s. Joe Roach, city. Mr.s. G A. Hicks. Holland. Mo, T, N. Bilgsncc. Cooler, Mo. During Its 15 years or operation the Federal Housing Adtnlnl5trfltion has insured more than 5lfS billion in loan s [or building and improvement. 1 ;. Soldier Disguise Now Authentic For Nazi Escapee WILLIAMS AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz —UPi— An escapee from a Nazi labor battalion who disguised himself as an American soldier to B«t to the United Statea, \s now a je^- oiid lleutneant in the U.S. Air Force. The young man is Borivoj Kubelka, late of CzechoslovBkia. He received his geld bars and silver wings as R jet fighter pilot. When t h e Germans Invaded Czechoslovakia they permitted Kubelka to continue hta medical stuclcs al the University or Prague un*il 1942. Then he was sent to a munitions factory near Berlin. Three years later he escaped and made j his way to Paris- He tried to enlist in the United Stales Aniiy | but was turned down. He went to 1 1,e Havre, embarked on a U.S. troop transport. Kubelka cleared himself with U.S. Immigration and Army authorities by reporting to Ellis Island. A short time later he was released and on D«c. 18. 194S, was sworn In fls a private t . the U-S. Air Fort*. A ye.ir later he was promoted to corporal, and received his U. S. j who has a habit of introducing painful conversation 'with the most | Innocent-sounding question. » The sad thins; Ls thtit such wo- ; meri have the .same knack foi' know- in? what others are feeling as do • the most charming and agreeable '. of women. j But they use the knack in the wrone way. Knowing how others feel, they use the knowledge to hurt and deflate, to take the other person down a notch or two. Knowledge Can Be Used Kindly Whereas the charming woman u.se.s her knowledge of other people to build them up, to say Just thn rteht word, to make an accomplishment .sepm even more important than it is. to smooth troubled waters and take the sting out of someone el.se's careless remark. Ft can be a wonderful gift or a terrible curse—the ability to put yourself In another's place and know what he or she is feeling. When it's used to deflate and puncture the ego of others, to probe the most sensitive spot.s in their natures, it Is a real curse. But when it Ls used to make other people happier and more pleased with their lot Ln ^ e - ^' s a wonderful, rewarding gift. That's a le&son mother* can teach their daughters—not by lectures, but by example. Defendant Must Buy DnVer's License So Court Con Revoke ft LTTTLE ROCK. July 30. fAP^ — A Little Reck man yp.st erriay was ordered to obtain a. driver's license Citizenship papers. At the Morrison, Air F'orce Base in Florida he was promoted lo sergeant. His application for pilot training was accepted. THE SECRET OF A BRIGHTER, CLEANER WASH Send your clothes to the Blylheviltc Laundry and they'll come bai:k to you cleaner, brighter than ever bettire. Bui lhafs nol all. Youi clol he> will lasl longer beraus* they're treated carefully gently an important consideration today when it's> so expensive to replace them. Nex! time call Klytheville laundry and you'll discover what we mean by really "good laundry service." Blytheville Laundry & Cleaners Phone 4418 Floyd Webb, M. D. Announces (he Assni-hition of Jock Webb, M. 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