The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 20, 1949
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BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1949 (>hM« 44(1 Check of Make-up hrough Glasses Often Revealing At DadrAUl Honored lou Supper J*va Dedman, who will ttti «fcwth, wai bollorM ._, miht In Joiner when h*r WMfc and au*t, Mr. and Mri. DM: fteUMr taterUlne* with, k "ptjntotlr* MipMr." ftmve ot n»r friend* frtlft BlytheVilit arid their mother* altended the affair. Supper wu served on the lawn at UM h#«w with th* tablM being tovtred With white cloths and tieo- eftttA With rafitbllnfc rt>S« placed down the center of the tables A magnoli* cenUrpWo added lo the attrmctlvene** of lh« decorations. Arranged in Uie home, were vaie» of rottt ftttd CulitotnU popplei Following silppe* 1 ! the remainder of th« evening was spent Informally toy th« guests. ( Weiner Roast Is Given By Alpha Beta Chapter The Alpha feeta dhapler of Epsl' Ion »i*m» Alpha Sorority Had * neiner roast Tuesday night at the river nemr »arfleld. tlxi. attended includlttr tit members and tlieir |Ut»U, Following trie welner roasl, Ihe group %*nt to the Fly i«n for dancln*. MUM* M»rjori« Robertson and Peggy Held were hostess**. • • • . Rook Club and Guest Meet with Mr*. Prichard Un. Richard "rlciiarn was ho> tea* yttUrtiajr when the entertalnei th« TbUrrtay tkook Olub and on gUMt, lira. Elmer Norman »t lie bom*. Mra. T. *. Oolorlh received hlgl •core In ttw »iterixxm game* witl Mn. Harold Hlnaon receiving sec ood high and MM. Nevlll Blake more, rooko. The hoeteM served retreshmem e( hotnemidt lee cream and cak AttrMtlve arrangements of »prin jloweri were u*ed throughout tl: borne. » * • Mr«. Clouse Is Hostess To Bunco Club and Guest tin. Buck Hoiuh wu guest ye Urdky at the home ot Mrs. Jol C1OUU when aht entertained the Avedon Bunco Olub. . Bouquet* of roaee, deep blue cornflower* mod dalMa wert attractively , exnoced In the roomt whti • bun wa* M*jW. ' '' Taffeta Cotton Bits of News Mr. and Mr*. Theodore Logan h»n gone lo New Vork city, N, V to ipetid 10 day* with their ton, Waller LOKBII, who It located there with the Dulled Press. U«ell B. flianson underwent an appendectomy luxl night at the Blythevllle Hospital. HI* condition Is Improved. Mrs. Juke Robeson returned lo her home In Lou Angele«, Calif., y«»t«rday, after having spent aev- er«l day* here wilh her brother, Richard nobcuon and Mr*. Robeson and family. Coildlllon nf Mm, Ouilln who underwent an operation on Hef nrin at nlythcvllle ffospllal, Is sathfacUjry. Miss Evelyn Hill of I.uxora, him been elecle<| lo »erve on Ihe neW.i slaff of Ihe B M. Beer, ntndont publtcnllon nt Blue Mountain Col lege. nine Mountain. Mts.s.. for Hie next session. She was Hlso electee vice-president of the Rldgecresl Club there. . Mr. and Mrs. Hugh When! wll: leave* tomorrow for Clnrksvllle. to itleinl Ihe graduation exercises o: lie College of the O/arks. where their son-in-law. Harold Wood, wll receive his degree In pharmacy ColUn taffeU achieve* new lophli- lullon la Ihlf aflernuon frock by Una Lcaer. She tl»l« a 4re*i tor entertalnln);, for teaa on a spring day. She give* her plunging neckline a unique touch, moldi the waist into an Empire allhouelte. They b* sccamnnnlcd home High aoore went to Mu. Roush In khe afternoon games with Mrs. Gene K11U wlonlng second high and Mrs. Raymond Shumlln, bunco. Thi hoateaa terved a ulad courie with ic*d drtnkt. Mrs. Nunn Entertains Octette Club, Guest Mra. Marvin Nunn was hostess yeaterday when ihe entertained the Octette Club and one guest, Mrs. W. O. Catea, at her home, SWO Chlcka- •mwbft. Durini the bridge games, Mrs. Catet received high score and Mrs. Nunn, second high. Spring flowers in pule) shades decorated the rooms where bridge games were played. The hostess served refreshment* of a deaeert course during tile aller- L. E. W. Club Meets With Mrs. Alvis Harris Mrj. AlvU Harls was hostess yesterday at her home at the Veterans Hou»in« Quarter« In Blythcvllte when ahe entertained the L. E. W Club and one new member, Mrs Howard- Morgan. In the bunco fames, Mrs. Morgan received high score, Mrs. Howard Besharse, bunco and Mri. RoUnd Warrington, low «core. Va*ei of spring flowers in as •orted colors were arranged In th entertaining rooms of the home A dessert count was *erv*^ b the hostess following the games Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Hurry Haines Mrs. Harry W. Haines entertainer with a bridge luncheon yesterday for members of the Mid-Week Club and guests at her home, 1035 Ohlcka- lawba. Queatt were Mrs. Monroe Oraln and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, The two course luncheon was served at the dining table which w»s centered wilh a low arrangement of ptnstrs in a crystal bowl. Mixed garden flowers were arranged In the «nterlalnlng rooms of the icrne. In the bridge games which fol- owed tlie luncheon, high score went to Mrs. M. O. Usrey with aecond liigh being won by Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. Regenold wan presented the gbest : pria«. , i Mrs. Poe Entertains Rook Club and Guests Mrs. Elva Poe was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Blythevllle Rook Olub and three guests. Mrs. Bert Mayo. Mrs. T. H Haynes and Mrs. Grover Wren. High Score went to Mrs. Wren urlnir Die afternoon games, with ilrs. J. o. Huev winning second high nd Mrs. O. V. Daws, rorko. The home was decorated with asos of mixed spring flowers. Refreshments of a dessert week, bv yr. and Mrs. Wood hl "rllne. who will visit with them for seve So ' for ral dayn. Ml»» Mary Jo Nabers. student a Warri-Bclmont Collrae. Nanhvllli Tenn.. rode In the snrhur hors* show there Tuesday and Wednesday nrw won first and third nlnrc She Ihe daughter of Mr and Mrs J. nf Blvthcvllle. Mr. and Mr.s. Morris Zcllner an sou, Mitrvln returned home frort Memphis last ntahl where Mnrvl underwent a check-up Ihere fo twn days. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bailey sn children arrived from Dallas, Tex to attend the funeral service of Mr BalJey's broth-r, Rhaford L. Lam who died Tuesday at the Unite States Marine hospital in Long I land, N. Y. They will remain he: for several days. Mrs. Henry Oosnell Davis of Newport arrived Wednesday to spend several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uzsell S, Brfn.ion. Mrs. r. D. Underwood is undergoing ireatment at Camnbell's Oll- ulc in Memphis. She will remain there for ten days. Her condition is satlsfactpry/ , Mr. ana Mrs. T. D. Martin arrived from Hlllsboro, ill., to spend the weekend here as Bursts of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. * WE, THE WOMIN •} Bit* MUM* UK* •!•!( WrIMr Do You Bore an Audience? Check This List to Find Out r* For in accurate clo«e-up el make-up, the flrl Who wears glaMc* »hguld illp Ihtm on for lhat final scrutiny of effects. By Alicia Hart NKA Staff Writer How does your make-up look h roi)« h your specs? If you wear glasses tor close- ecing. you need their visual help i checking up on rnake-up flnwe Cheek rouge which may look soft- i> suffused lo the naked eye may ook less than perfectly applied 'hen scrutinized through a pair ot pets. Eyeglasses ai'e »s Important [i .aid in detecting crooked lipstick tnes, obvious eyebrow markings, mascara smudges, and a powdery you're probably boring your au* dlelice If you talk at length on any of three HUbJecls: One; About friends of yours lliey don't know and aren't likely to meet. If you have lo preface a story wilh "You can't really appreciate this unless you know Mnrge"—you'd betler skip Die story enllrely. Two: Your children, uhlklren are fascinating lo their |mrenls aiid grandparents—and maybe even lo a doling uncle or aunl—but lo nobody elsn. Remember Hint when you're templed lo dwell at length on llio doings and saylumi of your children, Tluee: Yotu' health. The mast sallsfnclory answer anybody can give to Ihe standard question "How are y<m?" Is 'Tine, thank you." if you can't say that, nt leasl dismiss Ihe stile of your health with a few Your soclnl life. It's nil Woj'ds, Four: rlelit fnr you to Ire Imln' with fill the places to wliifli you are invited, but don't expect anybody else 1.0 be. Know Wind Vnu'rr TalklllK About Jecl you don't know much about. Next tittle you hear a woman sound off on some subject about whleh she known nothing, watch Ihe boredom on the facet of her listeners. If you're going lo give your opinions on any subject, be sure these opinions are based On facts. Otherwise, admit you don't know enough about the subject to have a definite opinion. Six: Any polntlea* story lhat Is told just to bring In the names of Important people. That's about as boring as anyone can get. If you think that list doesn't leas'e you much to talk about, remember, you PR]) always talk entertainingly about a subject you know well. You run no risk of boring your audience If you talk nboUl them more than aboul yourself. And If your main desire Is to entertain and be entertained rnlher ItiBh to flnpiws. you won't run the rink of iHiriiiK others. Besides, you rion't have lo talk a lot to put yourself across, You can always llclen. And an Interested, Coming Events Social Calendar Sunday Mrs. George Slilwell will entertain with a tea honoring the W3.CJ9. <jt the Uke Street Moth- Bo i Office Opclit et« Kho« 8UrU 1!M <>p*n» Sunday llMi Btarli ills Continuant Shown Sat, * Run. Barialn Night Every M|ht Kvcept tlaturitay Ne passes honored on Bunday at Hot; Theatre Five: your opinions on any sub- nlerl listener never bored Methodist Women Serve 800 Persons At May Breakfast in First Church tji»t Time Today Tap Roots wllh Hyun Hayw-jt and Van llrnln odlst Church, from 3:30 to B p.m., at her home, 112 West Davi». RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! fWr UrriM* M" U«tt«« »••*••» DOLOIN, a n«tu type M treatment fl| ivmplottU, Usually brings prompt tW lief from pain and dlscomforl du* lo arihrills, rheumallsm, rteUrlUx. sciatica and lumbago: llils Is due to the coordinated action of a new combination of «clehliflcally-l>rov«l. kc- tive Ingredlenia. DOLCIN ha« b*» thoroughly tested. It Is being ptt- scribed by more and more doctors now! It has relieved Hie anguish ot thousands o( your fellow-sufferera, many of whom had suffered for jre*ra. Why don't you benefit by the eicpert- ence of so many others? You see, th« sooner you try DOLCW llic sooner you may find blessed relief from thes« agonizing pains. Yel DO1X3IN cost* very little. Get it loday—100 prccioua tablets cost only |2.00. SOLD BY: WOODS DRUG STORE the close-seeing that requires, put on your specs before you give the Job your final O. K. With specs nn and a small mlrvor fn hutiri, go to a window where you can make the scrutiny In a revealing Until. Indow final PROTESTS Continued from Page 1 •ith Iced drinks were served by Ihe losless. Hub Members and Guest Meet with Mrs. Aiken The Thursday Nlah| Club. tOKeth- er with one guest. Mrs. R. A. Copeland, was entertained last night at the home of Mrs. Hollnnd Aiken. Spring (lowers in pastel shades were used to decorate the home. In the evening sanies, high score \va.s won by Mrs, Oopeland wilh Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon, received lo» score. Following the jrames, refreshment of assorlcri Daily food)! and iced drinks were served by the hostess. District Caravan Meets With Methodist W.S.C.S. The Advance for Christ District Cnrnvan presented a prosram of advance lo thu 'Voinen's Society of Christian Service of the Oosnell Methodist Church when thev met eslerriav at Ihe church. Members •f Ihe 'Lone Oak W.S.C.S. were nests. The mccltug opened with Ihe liiglng of .< hymn followed by prayer by the Rev. Lee Anderson. A solo was presented by Mrs. Mar- :aret Besharse. The four snals of advance was presented by the caravan. They are, membership, by Mrs. Holltn(?sworth; sludv. by Mrs Mavis Settlcmire; leadership, by Mrs. Helen Steadman; and giving. by Miss Mamie Adams. Dismissal rjrayer was offered b> Miss Adams, after which rttresh ments were served. slnnd Ihe strain of providing water for tne pool and still serve the air base consumers George Orecn of Blytheville. who broimht before the Council his trouble* In ^negotiating a lease to operate the "pool, hss been author- ised to proceed with plans for opening il (his summer, the muyor said Mr. Oreen has begun work prcpar- alorv lo onenlnp the pool, he said, Parklnr Ordinance Amended The $3000 cost of Imnrovlne the system also will be split SO-M by cilv and the VHQ. T!. A. Rice. VHQ manner, said at the Mav 10 council meeting that filter tanks In the system were worn nut and needed renlaclnc. The svstcni wns bnllt during the war at a cost nf $155.000. It will pump 4<HVOOO eallom (i day, In other action yesterday, the council amended a section of the traffic code lo conform with -litns In front of the Post Office. Hours Approxiinatr-lv 800 persons attend- *ed tile animal May Breakfast held ] yesterday at (he First Melhodist Church. The breakfast is sponsored by the Women's Society ol Christian Service. The crowd ever to attend the breakfast was last year i" »hlcl> 1,000 people were served. Proceeds from Ihe breakfast will go Inlo the church limklliiK fund. I Beginning nt n a.m.. breakfast was served until 9:30 a.m. The la- bles were covered v/ilh while cloths and each centered with an arrangement of spring flowers. A fcalure of the menu, was the famous biscuits mnrte by Mrs. John Fealherstoii. assisted bv Mrs. George Pylcs. She has made biscuits for the May Breakfast for the pasl 19 years with the exception of one year during which time she was 111. The menu consisted of grapefruit, eggs, becon. sausage, jelly, preserves, hot biscuits, (oast and coffee. Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt wns general chairman for (he breakfasl. Other chairmen include^ Mrs. Roland Oreen. (ood solicllation. Mrs. M. G. Ooodwln, tickets, Mrs. Harrv Klrby, dining room hostess, Mrs. W, R. Campbell, Mrs. A. H. Boyd and Mrs. W. S, Johnston, dining room, Mrs. W. C. Higginson, Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd, Mrs. Elton Ktrby and Mrs. James Hill Jr., flowers, Mrs. Albert Williams, waitresses, mid Mrs Byron Moore, publicity. final Meeting of Year Held by Central P.T.A. The Central Parent Teachers Association met Wednesday afternoon i at tlie school for their final mcct- 1 IIIE of the year. Mrs, J. E. Stevenson, new president, conducted the meeting. Other officers who wll! serve with her are: Mrs. E. .7. Cure, vice-president, Mrs James Terry, secretary, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, treasurer and Mrs. Alex Shelby, historian. The executive btjard committee chairmen Include: Mra. Alvln Huffman Jr; program: Mrs. Jesse Taylor, librarian; Mrs. Cecil Graves, magazine; Mrs. Albert Huffman, hospitality; Mrs. R. U Dedman, parent educa- ,ion; Mrs. C. P. Rambo, spiritua 1 :ducatlou; Mrs. J. R. Marr, school unch; Mrs. Joe Strickland, publications: Mrs. S. E. Tune, publicity; Mrs. Lillian Frank, health and safety; Mrs W. E. Young, summer round-up; Mrs. John Caudill, music; Sunshine Switt, membership and Mrs. Sanford Shelton, parli- mentarlan Durlug the business session, a report was given on the state convention which was held In Little Rock last month by Mrs. Cecil Graves. Mrs. W. C. Colslon, visual aid chairman, discussed the pur- Because of Egypt's dry climate more of the objects used by its an cfenl citizens have been preserver than those of the ancient cilizens of Greece and Rome. At 7Tu- Hosnitnts Walls Roipllil Dismissed; Mrs. Virginia Roark and baby Hurdette. Mrs. Nell Little and baby. Stccle Mo. Lee Lambert. Rt. 1, city. Jerry Mahan, Rt. 1. city. ni restricted parkins as indicated n the ordinance were not in agrce- nent with the Mvns. The signs slate that only 10- iiinnte parklnz Is allowed In front if the post office between the hours if S a m. and 8 n.m The ordlnnnr* before it was amended, read just he opposite—8 a.m. to 6 p.m. General Protest Takes Form LITTLE ROCK. May 20. I/Pi-City Attorney T. J. Gentry of Little Rock, said today he will file a nro- I aeainst the Southwestern Bnll 1-mbonc Company's request for • S2.200000 annual rate increase In Arkansas. The telephone company outlined the proposed rate increase in an application to the Arkansas Public Service Commi-^ion Wednesday. Gentry snld he will ask city attorneys In other Arkansas towns affected lo join in a general protest. He said he believes the trend tn prices and costs is downward and lhat Ihe ulllity company should keep in line with such a trend. The Iclephone company was granted a temporary rate Increase ol Jl.798,000 last year. Sunbeam Band Meets For Regular Program The Sunbeam Band of the Number Nine Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the school for a regular program meeting. There were 16 members and four visitors present. The meeting was opened with nrayei by Miss Ernestine French Topic of the program was, "My Country. 1 ' Following the program Jla£<; of other countries were discussed. The group was dlsinlssec with prayer by Mrs. Be-ssie Ruslii) Sunbeam counselor. During the social hour. Mis? French -served refreshments of icet lallfl CiHilinuous Shows Itox (Kf ire Opens I-..J5 , Show Starts 2:00 /•{ l.lSi'l-'N TO KLCN 8:1)1] a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4130 p.m. Serial ••Jun^leland" No. M A Short Continuous Showing Sat. YlM-ll-.M Sunday & Monday Fox , HEl/moili XULI 1 00» IMSTM*« PiDDDCIIOH Movietone Newt & Short Cont Showing Sunday 1:30 to ll:OU Last Time Today Little Women with June Allyson and Margaret O'Brien Also Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday My Dog Rusty with Trrt Donaldson and John Lllcl Serial "Bruce fienlrj'" No. It and Short Continuous Khnwing Saturday 12:30 to 11:30 Another Exclusive at Dreifus! chasing of a visual aid machine. The sixth grade pupils, under the direction of Mrs. Lillian Frank, lea- cher and Mrs. Ralph Berryman. were In charge of the program on "American Folklore." A life membership pin In the P.T.A. was presented to Miss Sunshine Swift by Mrs. Hugh Wliltsitt. past president. Handkerchiefs yere presented to each teacher. Mr.s. Whltsltt and Mrs. Berryman. as tokens of appreciation for their work this year by the first grade mothers, who served as hostesses. Room count was won by Mrs Harold Anderson's third grade and Mr.s. Frank's sixth grade. drinks and cake. The large white cake centered the table and was inscribed with, "To the Sunbeams." Patsy Julian and Deloris Ann Sta- lum assJElco In serving. What Evtry Woman Should Know about Packaging Foods for Storag* In Your Horn* Freezer WbcUKr It'i strawberries, spring fries, or any other lood thai you »»nt to rtore...j'ou can be sure lhat all ttielr delicious, fresh fla- TOT will be held 11 you package the food properly. That's the secret ot full-tlMored frown loods. Here «l Delta Implements we have • nice jeltcUon of all the impoiianl packaging supplies wax eana, pint * quart carlons. cellophane tags, treewr Jars.. .so comt IB mm and choow whal you need. Delta Implements, Inc. 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