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PAGB FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1949 New* Amelia Satiba, Society Editor Phone 4461 is. Mrs. I. 11. Coleman, Mrs. J. altee and Mrs, Bob Nelson Vilson. Mrs. Rainwater's mother, Mrs. J. E. Morgan of Wilson was tea guest. Mrs. Newell ] Officers Are Installed At D. A. R. Luncheon The Charlevolx Chapter of the DaujhUre of the American Revolution met yesterday at the Hotel Noble for a 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. C. F. Tucker as hostesses. Guests were Mr». E. H. McFadden of Pine Bluff and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner. ! who presented the program. Decorations on the tables and the placecards carried out the spring motif. Following the luncheon,- Mrs. Turner spoke on the subject of "Federal Aid to Education." After her talk, a business session was held with the Installation of the follow• Ing officers: Mrs. George Pollock Jr.,. regerit; Mrs. E. B. Woodson vlceirejent; Mrs. P. B. Joyncr. secretary; Mrs. E. J. Cure, corresponding secretary; Miss Cordelia Wll- hlte, treasurer; Mrs, C. F. Tucker registrar; Mrs. H. W. Wylle, historian and Mrs. W. A. Affllck. librarian. Mrs. Pollock presided over the remainder of the meeting during which time she aonolnted Mrs. M O. Usrey as parlimentarian, Mrs J. C. Ellis Sr., as chaplain tinr the year book committee compo of Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs. E. J Cure and Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Charles CrieRcr. drs. Rainwater Hostess 'o La Nueve Ctub, Guests The La Nueve Club members met «l night, al the home of Mrs. Welon nalnwalcr, 1901 Jlearn, logelher •ilh eight guests. The guests In- ludcd Mrs. James Lee Brooks, Mrs. E. Ulley, Mrs. James Iloy, Mrs. District Caravan Meets With Methodist W.S.C.S. The Women's Society of Christian Service of Ihc Dell Methodist Church met at the church Monday night Mid were hostess 1 to the District Caravan. Women of the Half Moon W.S.CS. were guests. Bits of News Mostly j' M Terry Jr., Mrs. Newton Whl- Tile purpose of the Caravan ' W. i to present the advance program us 'outlined by the division .leadqunr- of Jerome won high icore for the club members with tfrs. Jack Hate winning second ilgh. Guest high was won by Mrs Utley and second by Mrs. Brooks. Vases of pansles, rosea and other mixed flowers were arranged in he entertaining rooms of the home. a • • Bridge Club and Guest Meets wilh Mrs. Reid Mrs. Max B. Reid was hostess ye.stcrday when she entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club and one guest. Mrs. J. W. PatU-c at her home, 614 West Main. During the afternoon games high score went lo Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon and second high to Mrs. Mrs. Mattix Is Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. Carlos Bevill »hd Mrs. Leon- srd Hallmark were hostess last night when they entertained with a miscellaneous shower complimenting Mr«. Roy Mattlx, the former Miss Beulah Raspberry. Thirty guests attended the affair which was held at Mrs. Bevlll's home. During the evening games were played with prizes being won by Mr». Sonny Stromlre, Mrs. Mattlx. Mn. U O. Karnes and Mrs. Otis Cole. The honoree opened her gifts later In th« evening. Attractive arrangements of red rosei in crystal vases were used throughout the home. Th« hostess served refreshments ef a sandwich plate, cake and coffee Mrs. Mattlx wore for this occa- alon a> green suit with brown and whit* accessories. Mrs. Utley Entertains La Petite Club, Guest Mn. T. T. TJtley wa» hostess yea terd&y when she entertained the La Petite Club and one gueat, Mrs. P D. fofiei at her home yesterday. Attractive arrangement* of sprin r flowei» were used to decorate th home. In th« bridge jamw. high scor went to Mrs. dean Atkinson wit Mrs. Brie Whltley receiving s econ high. Th* host*** »enre<5 t dessei eoun*. Miss Wright Is Engaged To William Francis Baker The home was dccoralcd wilh arrangements of a.worted colored roses. Refreshments were served by the os less. enior High School PTA Holds Business Meeting The Senior High School Parent cacher-s Association had Iheir re- ular meeting yesterday In the chool auditorium, preceded by a lectlng ol the executive board. The meeting opened with muslc- 1 numbers presented by the boys uartetr composed ot Prcntis Jernl- an, R. C. Allen, Jack Elliott and Innny Lowe. They were accompan- ed at the piano by Jim Lanca- hire. The devotional was given by Mrs. L. E. Baker, after which Mrs. Cecil Lowe read the preseldent's message. A skit on the slate P.T.A. convention held in Little Rock recently was presented by Mrs. Harry Bo- Kan, Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mr». R E. VanHooser, Mrs. George Stillwel and Mrs. Buford Young. The ski was based on a quotation by the state president which was, "Let u M parents show our teachers our appreciation and teach our children the great satisfaction we re- ters for the tmadrennlum. The Caravan Is composed of Mrs C H Ashabranner, Manila, conference secretary of supplies and who also acted as chairman of the group; Mrs. Joe Osborne, Manila, who spoke on Increasing Hie membership of the organisation; Mrs. Mavis Setllemlre. Dell, chose as her topic, fitudv. divine;. Building and Praying: Mrs. Fred Steadmnn. Ulythevlllc, spoke on securing 10IID full time Christian Workers for the World, and Mrs. Robert Kllllnn. Manila. Increased Giving. Fallowing the talks, a solo. "The Lord's Prayer" was presented by Noble Gill after which Mrs. R. L Hawkins of Half Moon, ted the Eronp In prayer. At the clo?e of the program, each woman plcdqrrl her prayers and services to the support of the program, Dlsmls'al prayer was offered by the Ashabranner. Refreshments were served by Mrs. C. H. Whistle and Mrs. Settlemlre. assisted by Mrs. J. R. Gill and Mrs. M. F. Brownie*. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon returned from Russellvllle after having spent several days Ihcre as guests of their daughter, Mrs; W. F. Cooley, the Rev. Mr. Cooley and children, David and Carol. Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr., and Mis. Charles Alford returned from Litlle Hock where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ed McCain and Mr. and Mrs. J. Audlcy Johnson. They went especially to attend the banquet Saturday at Jacksonville, honoring Mr. McCain, who Is associate Krhiid patron of the Ordi r of the Eastern Star and to attend the banquet Saturday in Little Rock for the official visit of Mrs. Eugenia Ilaidin, worthy grand matron. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Poe and son will arrive from Hot Springs tomorrow to be the gue.st.s of Mr, anrl Mrs. Charlie Rose in Roseland. Mr. Poe was former manager ofSouth- westein Bell Telephone Company here before, being transferred >n Hot. Springs. They will return home Monday. Mr, and Mm. Harry Cowan of Boulder. Ncv.. formerly of Manll'i -kited with friends in Blythevllle slrnlay. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Youn^ am daushter. Janrl. and Mrs E'ultce * WE, THE WOMEN * Contemplate Housework Day by Day to Save Worry B> Rutb Millet! NEA Staff Writer Every now and then some home i economist sits clown with a pencil I And paper and comes forth with the news that In the course of a year an average housewife makes KO many beds, peels -some stagger- Ing number of potatoes, Irons a terrifying number o( shirts, and &o on. It's all very depressing to see the potatoes, shirts, and beds piled up In n year's heap. But housewives often depress hcmsclvcs by the same kind of thinking. They look at housekeeping an endless Job that stretches lefore them—a Job that is never don and rarely gets "caught up with." When they do that, the Job of liomemaklng looks like pure, unre- You>l£ spent thn weekend in N p w- bern, T»nn., where they vlsil"d wit] Mrs. Kitlv T/'iicastcr, mother o lieved drudgery and they begin to feel like slaves chained to the demands of a house. But taken day by day. housework Isn't too bad Job. It Isn't "todny" the frustrated housewife can't face. It's all the "lomovrows" on to|> of "today." So the way lo look on hnusewrk —like the way lo look on any Job- it one day's work al celvc from teaching other children. A great purpose of » teachers life la to make a marked Improvement in someone else's life." Mrs. Buford Young, president, presided during the business session, at which time she thanked eai-i mother on behalf of the P.T.A. for the success of the senior banquet. Room count was won by the senior class. Mrs. Cecil Lowe was presented a pnst president's pin by Mrs. Young, In recognition of her work tn the P.T.A. for the past two years «s president. Following the meeting, n tea was held in the Home Economics Cot- Membert of Clinic Meet With Mrs. E. M. Terry A call meeting of the Well Child Clinic was held yesterday at the home of Mrs. E. M. Terry, with Mrs Freeman loblnson, chairman, pre- idlng. The following representatives of he churches in Blythevllle were iresent: Mrs. Ross Stevns, First 3 resbytcrlan; Mrs. J. C. Broke and Mrs. William Wyatt. First Methodist; Mrs. Billy King and Mr?. Jimmy Sanders. Lake Street Methodist and Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Terry. First Christian. During the business session. Mrs. Droke was elected a:; secretary of the clinic. The women of the First Methodist were in charge of the clinic today in the Health Office with Mrs. Droke acting as chairman. Dr. Jot Be»sley was the physician In charge. The Lake Street Methodist women will be In charge of the clinic next month. The clinic Is held each second and fourth Wednesday's of Mr.5. Eunice Younpt. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Chcatham of Fort Collins. Colo , returner! to their home after bavin? snont the "i.st week here ax guests of Mr. and Mr-A. Ij. Perry. Mrs. Tom Callls of Luxora visited with friends in Blythevllle yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rrzenold will leave this weekend (or Baltimore, Md.. for an indefinite visit there. Mrs H. t. Chambers has as her guests, Dr, and Mrs. Paul IM. Tinton of Corpus Christ). Tex. Dr. and Mrs. Tipton arrived from Montgomery. Ala., where they snent several days with their son. Lieutenant Colonel Richard P. Tipton. who is stationed there. Condition of Tom Simon, who is undergoing treatment in Campbell's Clinic In Memphis, for injuries received in an automobile accident recently, Li Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garner ami sons. Freddie and Sonny, and Mr. and Mrs. Garner's niece and nephew. Annie Hell and Bobby Garner. and Marv Gliwwcock went to Memphis yesterday to attend the Cotton Wilson News To r.lve Musical Show Miss Mary E. Symonds, music director of Wilson Schools, will present a musical show "Fun for All". Friday night in tlle n '6h school auditorium. The first part of the show will be a baby show in which 12 children from the ages of two to four will compete for the title of "Tiny Tot Kin? and Queen". Children entered In the contest are, (flrls) Connie McDonald. Mary Lou Wiley Kitty Dpnfon, Suzanne Grain. Peg- is to la a time. Jobs Can lie Faced Cheerfully If she didn't, become depressed over all she has to do tomorrow and all she wants to accompolisri next week, almost any housewife could lace today's demands chccr- ully. bo the tiling to cto with the ardesl job of housekeeping is lo ct aside a certain number of work- ng hours, accompolish everything iosslble in those hours, and when the time is up call it a good day's work and quit. Not only quit working, but stop thinking about the work yet to be done. What Is left over can be tackled tomorrow— which is, or should be. another day. Once when she was asked how she had the energy to do all the Ihines she does, Mrs. Eelcanor Roosevelt explained that she could carry on so many activities because she never let herself worry beyond the Job at hand. That's the best menial rule any overworked housewife could ruive. LooK at everything you have to accompolish In a week's time—and you'll think you can never get It all done. Divide it up into seven day—and llitnk only about today's tasks—and they aren't loo much to contemplate. At The HosniiaU Blythcvllle Hojplfil Dismissed: Mrs. Cecil Hart, Cootcr, Mo. Mrs. Albert Scott and baby. Coot- T. Mo. C. A. Martin, city. Walls Hospital dismissed: Mrs. Belly Ruth Whltfleld, Sleele, Mo. Mrs. Sara Mae Williams, Steele, Mo. . Robert ShuHz, Steele, Mo. -4 Mrs. J. w. Wilson. Steele, MoT Mrs. Bobby Barger, city. FAMILY SIZE ON LT 25* In I rmcul* J closing. Up NIX DEODORANT WEAK NERVOUS cranky 'every month'? Are you troubled by dl&tresB of female functional periodic disturbances? Does this make you feel BO tired, blKh-Btrung, nervous— ftt Bitch times? Then eo try Lydla E. Plnk- ham'a Vegetable Compound to rcllev* Bucli symptom si I J lntham'a Compound la made especially for icemen. It also has what Doctors call & stomachic tonic effect! Any drugstore. 'LYDIAE. PINKHAM'S each month. Carnival. Donna Neil DrunnvriRht, five Iowa. The wedding 0 , ,, ow d(l1slcs nnrt lr]s in e^ in Davenport on j lnl bOTV i other vases of ras COOTTR, Mo., May 11—An-1 ,„„ honoring the senior mothers, nouncement ii made today of the As each gucs t arrived they were engagement »nd approaching mar- OTescn t c d » red rosebud, riage of Miss Madge Wright, daugh- v The nss orted party foods, ter.of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wright _ Rred by the home economics stu- of Cooter, who will become the dent , were served from the tnbte bride of William Francis Baker, son whlcn wi>5 overlaid with a lace cloth of Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Baker nn(1 ccn t cr cd with an arrangement of Davenport, Iowa. The —-••-••--' will take Saturday May 31. Mrs. Tom Bums of Cooter will serve her sister as matron of honor. The bride-elect attended Cooter schools. She has been employed by I C 0 _:_ r f1 nff n t Airtress Midland Inc. in Daven - ->rt | •ffnior V.IUIIJJF for the past two years. Mr. Baker who graduated from the Davenport High School, served with the U.S. Navy during the war | School will present two and Is now connected with the pinvs in Ihc school auditorium. Frl- Warrcn-NIcholson Co. of Davenport, day. May 13 at 8 p.m „ crys - es rmd spring flowers were used throughout the cottage. | To Present Two Plays The Senior Class of the Dell Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday family Night at the First Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. Thursday The Closnell W.S.CS. will meet at the church at 2:30 p. tn. Mrs, Joiiu 'I"yrone will be hostess lo Ihe O.N.B. Club. Mrs. T. W. Qoforth will entertain the Thursday Rook Club. The Avulnn Bunco Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Newel J Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Etardt will be host and hostess to the Past Matrons and Patrons Club at their hotne, 1113 Hearn ftt 7 p.m. Mrs. Roland Warrlnston will be hostess to the L.E.W. Club. Thursday Contract Club will DC entertained at the home of Mrs. Q G. Caudtll. T. N. Club will nicei, at the home of Mrs. Carl Paul. Mrs. James Hill. Jr., will entertain the Octette Club. Friday year old daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. T. N. Drumwrtuht. is ill at her home, 1914 Chicknsawba. Her condition is sllphtly Improved. Mrs. Roy Woods nnri Mrs. R. E. VanHooser spent yesterday in Memphis. W. E. 'Gillcsple wns admitted U> the Walls Hospital yesterday where he will undergo treatment for several days They will Davenport. make their home In Mrs. Farv Entertains Bridge Club and Guest the Tri-Town Bridge Club yesterday at her home 1525 Walnut, and one guest. Mrs. Jack Hale. The first play is entitled. "The True In Heart." The cast will Include. Colin Mayo Jr.. Bill Shan- cyfelt. Ann McDonnell, Oeraldluc I Workman. L. M. Moody Jr.. Marvin | Lipford and Henry Gcsa. The cast [or "No Greater Love" Includes . the following: Melba Shelton. Lloyd Mrs. Russell K Ftirr entertained | Rny Snm H . ir r| s . Mary Joyce Needham and Ertna Peeples. Special entertainment during the evening wll. consist of several mem- Arranged throughout Ihe rooms ,, ers bv 3 grmln of rt anc i, lx siudcnls where bridge was played were bou- from - Mrs RO cM? Smith's dar quets of roses and pansies. school Mrs. Gene Teaford received hiEh ' u, sher ,; w jn he wuife Garrctl. score In the bridge games wilh Kenneth Storey, CXielle Barnes. Mrs. Garrard Caudlll receiving sec- Bonn),, Alexander and Mary Sue end high. Dvrc A dessert course with Iced drinks was served by the hostess during the afternoon. C.B.C. Club will ne entcrlalncd at the homo of Mrs. n. C. Freeman. Saturday Mr. md Mrs. Don Haley wtl eutcrlain with ie rehearsal din- nei for members of the England Cntn ncddinf? party at their home Two Czechoslovakian Breweries Go Atomi c PRAGUE —(/!•>— Two breweries lave bowed to atomic progress in Chechoslovakia. The "Official Gazelle" carried ar announcement from thn Ministry t'l Industry that four sets of buildings ncludinR a brewery at Jachlmov and one at Oslrov, In the Karlovy Vary, had been confiscated made part of the Jachlmov Mines National Corp. This is the barred border arc; w r here undisclosed amounts of uran turn have been mined in the las three years. No reporters art; allowc' in to check reports that the labo Is chiefly German from the Sovlc Zone in Germany and that all th engineers and controllers are Rus slan. The uranium deposits are thos which for ycnrs have given tl walcrs of Karlovy Vary their cu: By Jo Cullom. Suzanne Stoboueh <ix>ys) Rlchiird Mullins, Ken Neely Charley Price Jr., Clifton Roberts and the Crook twins. Don ami John The second part will be a "South American Pir-stn" and a "Minstrel'' featuring Billv Boyles as "Light nine." and Eugene Nixon a "Bones". Mrs. P. E Cooley of Blythevillo was the miest of her daughter. Mrs. EIHncr Bcall. and family last week. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Gurrett and son. Jimmy, spent the weekend with his sister. Mrs. J. L. Bodie, and family In Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wallin and daughters, Bettye and Martha, of Pine Bluff were the weekend Rue-sts of their daughter and sister, respectively, Mrs. Bentlcy Rhodes an.-i fnmily. Miss Posle Cook spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook in Brirkley. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Beall and sons were the Sunday niests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley, i Bb'thoville. Mr. and Mrs. Bentlev Rhodes and Tiss Dorothy Lee McAfee will at- md a convention In Hot Springs ay 19-22. Jimmy Hilltard, who until re- _ntly wns employed at the Wilson lachlne Shoo, has returned to his 6Vne In Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. Alma Batts Is visitlnz her on. Bruce Baits, and family in ,T"lvern, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson have noved to Courtland, Miss. Dan Shea has returned to his ionic from the Methodist HospiU" vhere he has been undergoing rcatments lor a stomach ailment. Wednesday-Thursday-Friday Box Otlite Opens 8:4$ Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday I'M: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sil^ Bargain Nlfiht Every Nighl'^J Excepl Saturday No passes honored on Sunday al Roxy Theatre n flirt bf Hofrf Tu ff »nd and GfOrQC W.lll »,.^ k .BJSBY BERKELEY, i , ARTHUR FREED Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Everyday Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Queen of the Amazons wilh Patricia Mnrrlson and Robert Lower/ I Surrender, Dear with Gloria Jean Thursday & Friday Tobncco was the earliest profit- ible export from Ihe Americas. Spaniards first shipped It comm^r- Inllv to Europe from what Is now the United States In 1531. All Business Men Need The Pause That Refreshes The wetlrliuR Sunday. May 15. be solemnized nnclng Read Courier News Want Ads Civic Calendar Rotary p.m. Thursday Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 II NOTICE! the Following Storet will be closed each Wednesday afternoon throughout the summer months, effective today. Miss Whitsitt's Shop The New York Store The Edythe Shop Full Stock 12-Ft. Armstrong LINOLEUM By the Roll And in Sizes 12x12,12x15 • • • Armstrong LINOLEUM RUGS • • * Hubbard & Son Furniture Phone 4409 Hlylhcvil MODERNE BEAUTY SHOP j (ormerlj lone'* Beauty Shop t [Mildred Vlncenl J .Marie Koderj fayonnc VVafflet Read Courier News Want Ads. COBBLERS You may also choose this cute Snu'bloes style (except wilh the tack out) In eithe_r white or gold rush ... at $6.95i Widths AAAA (o B. Family Shoe Store IO1TIIB UNDH AUTHORITY Of 1HI COC*-COU COMPANY 8Y COCA-COLA HOTl'LING CO. ol BLYTHKVILMC 312 West Main

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