The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1949 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, May 6, 1949
Page 4
Start Free Trial

PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 6, (? • 4 cxxxefa nelia Saliba, Society Editor f ['hone 4161 Flower Scents Can Be Bolstered With Perfumes _ „ „_-, ^^_™_y- M ^p,- r ^ |p , v ,'»™pr-^ | I'cminine appeal of this cirl's violet nosegny i* enhanced by violcl-sccnlcd perfume which ihc strokes along her hairline. tit*. Seay Entertains L E. W. Club, Guests UK Moyci Bohne, Mrs. James wid Mrs. Clarence McDcr- were guests yesterday with : of the li.E.W. Bunco Club Mrs. Floyd Seay entertained H her hojne. Attractive arrangements of mock <v«nge blossoms, wygelias and other ^x-ing flowers were used to decorate th* home. In the afternoon games, high score was won by Mrs. Rhoads with Mrs. Howard Bpcharse receiving bunco and Mrs. Seay low score. Refreshments of a sandwich plate with Iced tea were served by ihe hostess. Mrs. Shane Entertains With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Cecil Shane was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Mid-Week Club with a luncheon at her home, 1001 West Mnln. The luncheon was served bullet style from the dining table which was centered with an arrangement of spring flowers in. pastel shades. Vases of peonies, his. daisies and pansies were arranged throughout the rooms. In the bridge games played following the luncheon. hlRh score - went to Mrs. W. L. Horner with Mrs. Harry W. Haines receiving second high. Mrs. Gilbow Is Hostess To Bunco Club, Guests Miss Bill Gilbow entertained ihe . Avalon Bunco Club yesterday at her home together with three guests Mrs. Buss Kettinger, Mrs. Duck Roush nnd Mrs. Phillip Frel. Pink and white rose.1 and mock orange were attractively arranged throughout, the home. In the bunco games, Mrs. John douse won high score with low score being won by Mrs. Eddie Ford with colognes i and bunco by Mrs. Frel. matching scent. Following the games, the hostess served refreshments of a salad piste with iced drinks. Bits of News Mostly lit- Alicia Ihirt NKA Staff \Vrilir You can make the subtle scent of Hie fresh flowers that you wear less elusive by bolstering their fragrance witli perfume. If violets, for example, are your favorite flowers, there is no better way lo enhance thrir appeal than to a \lolct-sccnled perfume or tolict water. A practical reason for matching perfume lo fresh flower fragrance is that there will' be los.s danger nf a conflin of scene which would destroy Ihe Illusion you wish lo create. If you wrr\r artificial nosegays at I lie neckline of your blouse or twined into a ribbon knotted at your throat, you can sprinkle a 'cw drops of perfume nn these blossoms to create the Illusion of garden freshness. Almost any flower Ihnl you can lilck—rose, lily of the valley, carnation and lilac—can hurtmmi/e with colognes and perfumes of Blythcville Jayceettes Hold Regular Meeting The Jayceettes met 'ast night at Ihe uustlc Inn for a chicken dinner followed by a business .session. During Ihe meeting, reports were given by the various officers 'and committees. A report on the stove and water healer to be purchased by the group for the new clubhouse was given. I'tans were also discussed to send a (sill to Girl's Klale. Sunbeam Band Meets For Regular Program Tlie Sunbeam Hand met yesterday at Ihe Number Nine School for a regular program wilh 20 members attending. The meeting was opened with the repeating of the watchword followed by prayer by Miss Ernestine Trench. Mrs. Ethel Whittle gave n brief talk on, "Mothers Around the World." The devotional was •^ivcn by Miss Tlrs'ie Rustin. which the group wns dismissed with pr.-iyrr by Mrs. Whittle. Refreshments were served by Miss French at the clo^e ot the meeting. Hosts and hosiers were liayford and Raymond Whittle. Dolores Ann Rlntiim. Betty Gale Coats and Palsy Julius. Rosco Criifton, student at Ihe University ol Arkansas, Fayette- vllle, arrived home to spend the weekend as guest of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosco Crafton. Mrs. W. I,. Horner left this morn- Ing for Wheatley where she will spend two days with her mother. Mrs. W. K. Smith. Miss Eula McUoiUtal, Mississippi County librarian, Miss Dunls Shcnn, Osceola school librarian Miss Annie Rae of Manila and Mrs Ira Gray of nlythevillc attended the regional state librar;. meeting in joneslwro yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. lirncoy will ' have as their guest over the weekend, their son. Bill Dnicey, who Is a student at the University of Arkansas, r-'ayelteville. Mr. ami Mrs. llosco Crafton attended the wholesale Grocers Convention In Little Rock this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Van Clevc and son, Benny Joe, moved to their new home they recently purchased in the David'ACI PS on Kenwood Drive. They formerly resided at 516',-r South Franklin. Russell Phillips, Frank Nelson and C. L. Me Waters went to Little Ruck yesterday where they attended the Mrs. Metier Is Hostess To Demonstration Club The Armorel Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home ot Mrs, Taft Metg/.er with 15 members and one new member present. Following the pot luck lunch. Mrs. II. L. Atkinson gave the devotional [ollowed by a demonstration on brass tooling by M..i. C. A. Vlll- son. Mrs. Gertrude Holilman. county home demonstration agent, gave n talk on colors in the Irome and the arranging ot furniture. The meeting closed with the reading of the Woman's Creed, nfter which the grr- u-ent on a tour of various yards In vicinity. annual meet.UK of tile Arkansas Dealers Association. Mary Catherine Ncal. three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Neal was admitted to niythevlllc Hospital ' yesterday to undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Enerdt will leave tomorrow for conway where hey will spend several days with ncir daughter, Miss Juanita Ebcrdt. :ho is a student at Hendrlx Col- cge. While there, they will attend he special Mother's Day program o be given at the College. Before ctnrninR home. Mr. and Mrs. Eb- rdl. will visit in Little Rock for wo days. Dr. and Mrs. I^lills P. Hubcner \re the parents of a son born this norning at Blythcville Hospital le lias not yet been named. Mack Willial.iS arrived home from he University of Arkansas. Fayelte- vllle. In spent) the weekend with parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams. Mrs. Banister Hostess To Bridge Club Members The Thursday Contract Club was entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. Rodney U Banister. 1116 West Main, with, n luncheon. The. dining table, from which the luncheon was served, was centered with an arrangement of pink roses in a low crystal bowl, other ar- »ngemenls of peonies and roses were used throughout the home. Mm. D. P. Poster received high Ipore In the bridge games played tallowing the luncheon with Mrs. f. B. Joyner receiving second high. • • • Mrs. Saliba Entertains WitK Dinner, Rook Party Mrs. J. A. Saliba entertained the Thursday Night club members with a dinner and rook party at her home. 124 East Kentucky. M:rs. George Stilwell waa R new member at the meeting. Dinner was served at the dining table which was centered with * lotv crystal bow) filled with red | roses. Other spring flowers in cry- 1 stal and china vases were used to decorate the home. Mrs. Stilweil received hiph score in the evening games with Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon receiving rooko. Mrs. Saliba was presented a gift from the club members. • • • A survey by the magazine 'Seventeen" snowsthere are close to 8,000,000 teen-age girls in the Unitrri States who buy cosmetics anti toiletries. Gosnell Young People To Sponsor Program A nuisicnl program has been planned in celebration of Mother's Dny at the Oosnell Methodist Church tonight at 8 o'clock, The program will include the M.Y.F. soloist. 1 ; from Arkansas Stale College. Jonesboro, .he North Arknnsas Conference Minister's quartette and will consist of love songs, "wedding" anci other musical selections by singers from Dell and Luxora. The program Is being sponsored by the young people in order to raise funds for the Youth Camp pi W:\yland Springs. At Oie Hosnitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: C. E. Adklsson. Fast Prairie, Mo Walls Hn-ipilal Dismissed: Mrs. Orval Taylor. Haylt, Mo. Mrs. Mary Mooncy. Rt. 4. city. Mrs. J. G. Grlggs. Stcclc, Mo. An estimated two to llirce million Americans are ski enthusiasts. Fellowship Doy Observed Here By Church Women "Freedom's Foundation — The Christian Home," was to be the theme of the special program observing World Fellowship Day at the first Methodist Church this afternoon. The program was .ponsored by the Blylhevllle Council of Church Women, and a social hour was scheduled to follow ft business program and playlet. At the business session new officers were to be elected. The terms of office sre for two years aiid a recent change In the state's program caused only one vacancy U) exist on Blythevlllc'a Council this year. The nominating committee has named Mrs. J. W. Patlee to succeed Mrs. John Fields as first vice president, other nominations were to be leard from the floor. Mrs. Wllllan Wyatt Is to serve the .second ot a two-yoar term as president, and the terms of Mrs. oJhn McHaney iccond vice president, and Mrs Walter Day, recording secretary will be extended so that they will serve another year. Mrs w. 1. Denton will be nominated to serv'e as the council's first limn and Mrs. Freeman Robinson will he retained as chairman of the. Christian Social Relations Committee. Other committee heads will be named later by Mrs. Wyatt Mrs. Annabel Fill, North Mississippi County Health Nurse, was to speak to the council this afternoon, giving a progress report of the Well Child Conferences conducted at the health unit and sponsored by the Blythevllle Council of Cliurch Women. The special offering tit this afternoon's meeting will be used to continue work with underprivileged children. Miss Mamie Adams director of youth work at the First Methodist Church, wss in charge of the play- let. "The Citadel of Tailh." to be presented by Jackie Estes. Billy Jackson. Carol Ann Bailev. Betty Jo Jones. Jimmy dossett. Bob Edwards nnd Mnrjorie Cacke. Mrs. Hiiph Whitsilt was lo dire"t the social hour following the program. * WE, THE WOMEN * Females Talk in Circles but Understand Each Other Bj iiutb Milieu NKA Staff Writer "The mystifying thing about women," says a man who has run a New York woman's hotel for v>2 years, "is that they seldom get to their conversations, say what they really the point and rarely mean.' Women may mystify men with their round-about ways of coming to a point. Hut such jay-talking never mystifies another woman. For instance, any woman knows what another woman means when she makes any ot the following remarks: "My dear, I've never seen you look so pretty," means "You usually look like a frump, but by some lucky chance you've put, yourself together pretty well today." separation tell each other while both arc thinking, "She looks SO much older. Thank goodness, I haven't let myself go like that," "She'd make some man an awfully good wife" Is never said of a girl with sex appeal, or of any girl who has much cliancc of marrying utiy- body. "You're wonderful" Is what women tell men when they can't, be bothered Hiving tiiem a more subtle buildup. It's an easy, inexpensive way uf making a man feel pleased witl himself, used in exactly the same way men use the "You're bcautifu line. S(ie--it isn't so hard to figure au what a woman means by what she Jus/ness Meeting HeW By Legion Auxiliary The Legion Auxiliary met. Tuesday night ot the Hut for a regular uslness meeting. Mrs. Bryant F. Stewart, president, presided over the meeting, luring which time reports were leard from the various officers and committees. Billy Mick will be spoil- sored by the Auxiliary to Boys' Slatel It was also announced by Mr. and All's. Jnnies Nlerstheimcr that Tuesday night would be Ladies Night it, the Hut. The meeting wus closed by tin president. What an adorable dress—did yon ' says. Not if you're another woman make it yourself?" means "You — mSS'wLn7'sce^' n "°" 1C - *»X «cked for Trial "Your Jane makes wonderful Of St. LOUIS Physician grades. 1 wish we could get Nancy ' M 'Y' Board to Meet The program committee, for the Blyiheville -V will submit recommendations for summer activities i\t the tonrd meeting to be conducted at 4:45 p.m. Monday In the "?' headquarters in the City Kail. It wci.s announced lotlay by J. P. Garroll, director. J. W. Adams, president of the board, will preside. Miss Stephen to Present Two Students in Recital Mrs. Edith Slcphan will present two of her piano students. Miss Betty Nell Holland and James W Ijincnshlre, In n recital Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Blythe- vllle High School Auditorium. Both are members of the school band and glee club and also serve as accompanists for the Girls Trio and the Boys Quartet. They are alsi interested in books—instead of having her mind on boys all the time" means "Your daughter may be bright/—but our daughter is popular." "My dear, it 'was a lovely party" doesn't mean anything at all. It's what women say whether a party was howling success or a dismissal 'allure. It's what they say whether hey intend to praise or pan their lostess. "She isn't at all what I expected" always means the worst. It's woman way of telling another woman third woman is a total blank. Praise Means "No Competition 5 ' Unqualified praise of another woman is a tip-off (bat the woman is no competition. When one woman araiscs another woman unconditionally, you can be sure the woman getting the build-up is a plain Jane. "You must come see us some Lime" is another remark that means absolutely nothing. Women- understand that, and don't tafee each other up on such airy invitations. "I'm dying to know what you think of Susan's redecorating job" means. "I think it's atrocious -hut I'm not going to say anything definite until you do." "You haven't changed at ail" Is hat women who rnecl after a long Wilson News Honor Students Named Honor students at Wilson High School for the current graduating class are Lewell Mae McAfee, valedictorian, and Mary Ryals, salutatorian. Lewell Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McAfee, had a grade point average of 4.88 and Mary, daliRhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ryals had a grade point average of 4.82. Both Rorls have spent all of the 12 years In the Wilson School. CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa. May 6 j - Testimony in the first degrei murder trial of Dr. Robert C. Rut ledge. Jr. .will start Monday befor a jury of nine men and three women. The testimony in the "love triangle" case is expected to consume at least three weeks. The state will try to prove that Rutledge. 27-year old St. Louis pediatrician, fatally stabbed Byron C. HiUtirmn, 23. in an argument over Hattman's attentions to Mrs. Rulledge. When the jurors were selected i yesterday, after tour days of riues- tioninK the panel. Judge J. E. Hei- ; serman recessed court for the week- ! The Rev. A. F, Muucy. pastor of the Baptist Church, is in Hot Springs, for a rest following a severe attack of the influen/a. . Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Standcfer entertained members of the senior class, and their guests. Tuesday night with a hay ride and Weiner roast at Gridcr Park. end. members of the Senior class. The program will consist of compositions of, Greig, Chopin. Brahms and others. Miss Holland is the daughter nt Mrs. A. B. Holland and he Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. MASTITIS ... now easier to treat Penstix* — Pure Crystalline Prpcaine Penicillin G for mastitis—easily inserted — dissolve fast — maintain penicillin activity from milking lo milking. No refrigeration necessary. Stewart's Drug Store Main & Lake Streets Give GIFTS THAT LAST for Mother's Day An umisunl gift which instantly shows your deep appreciation . . :mc) a &irt which bears the m:\rk of your own Rood taste. There are rou»th\« suggestions here ut the Gift Shop ... In every pricc range . . , and each designed to please the most discriminating: tnste. Distinctive gift-wrapping service Is yours at no evlra charge. Come In thi» week. THE GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Street Read Courier News Want Ads. Coming Events Civic Calendar • Friday Tire Senior YnniiK Peoples_M.Y.F. Council inccliiiR at the First' Moth- ; orhst Church nt 7:,10 ] Saturday j North Mississippi County District Boy Scout Camporee. -/Jr^/ 'scuffs in Cannon tenycloth, can suds in your washing machine! .$1.99 WIN f nut i minus Shows Hnx Office Opens 1:'15 Show Starts 2:0(1 I.1STKN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. IJ:IS p.m. 1:30 p.m. Box Oflice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 1:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Sight Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Koxy Theatre Last Time Today Homecoming Tvilh Clark Gubte and I v ana Turner Also Short Subjects Saturday mm BORKR G-MM HAT Lust Time Today A Connecticut Yankee with Illnj! Crosuy and William Uenrllx rarnnmunt .News ,V Selected Short. (.'ontinunu? SlioulnR Kvervila? Flaming Gum Smat^i o Doub/«-Oo» Ambwhf so ft anrj fluffy, wonderful , . . they lova to b» icrubbed, tubbed, and washed. Parfect for beach, bain or boudoir i^ luch de'ec^ab'a coion «i b!u». ye"ow, v.K:t». pir.l. Siiei 4 lo 9, Medium width. LiliU Klin Hor.eybuqs in iijas 8 to ). with •'attic ba:V sUap. Serial "Junglcland" No. \1 and Selected Short Continuous Showing Sal, 12:30-11:3 Sunday & Monday ' ;$ fox .Vewi and Selected Shorts Contlnnan Shewing Sin. 1:34-11: Serial "Jlrucr (lenlry" No. 10 and Short oiilimioui ShnwiiiK Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday - WARNER BROS.' rarnmonm Nrws ,v Sclrrird Short Cent. Shoving Sun 1;IS-11;00 ri.oi* >W "I - pa '» ol Hon.yfcugi" al 11 99 (oik CCXO« 1'Zf. COIO« Ml CHICK COD NAMl ADDRfSS__ CI1Y . Shop Our Windows Family Shoe Store 312 \V«sl Main 1'hon.c 2;U2 FLOWERS EXPRESS SO MUCH ON MOTHER'S DAY Glcncoe Building Call 4491 Whclhcr She's Nenr nr Tar She Hopes You Remember i\

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free