t-AGB TWO Club, Guests Entertained 1 Variegated,'' sweetpeas decorated the entertaining*'owns ot the p. W | n McCutcheiu home Jast night when Mrs., Richard Blond Logan-Jr., en! teitatr.e'd members of La Neuve Club ' and ts<to guests, ; if tss Mary Helen Moore and jiiss Peggy White. In the bridge games played'durln'g the evening, high score prize among club members went to Mrs. John R McDonald and second high to Mrs M. N. Ypung,'.whl!e,-Mlss Moore was high iunoiig Ihe guests. • A dessert, course was served. Twins Bom Yesterday Mr. and Mrs.'. Alfred, Moore announce the birth of. twins, n soil and daughter, born yjsrerday morning at Walls Hospital. The babies, their first children, have been named Edward Lee and Donna Dee. Mrs.. Moore : Is; the former Miss M.vy Bartholomew. • • * Class Party Is Given The Phebean _. ; Sunday . School Class.of First Baptist Church entertained their husband last night with a. hamburger Voast at the home of. Mrs. .Ted King. Other guests;. were Mrs ( Emma Bradley and •Mrs. M, A..Stokes of Detroit. The 3[> present .cooked -.hamburger.? on.,the. outdoor, .grill .In the King yard, nnd it picnic supper was secied , Follow ing supper the guests spent an hour In Informal entertainment. * » » • Bunco Club Has Party When': Mrs.- Robert;Wecdman entertained members or the G, N. -B. Club last rilgh't at her;home, she also was hostess to two guests, Mrs. Ottoe Scrape and Mrs L A. Daugherty. Bunco was pla>ed during the e>enlng, with high score prize won by Mrs Clycje Hdrtdge, low by Mrs j _F Nolen, and bunco by Mrs Byron Hall, t A salad course'was served. Entertains Bridge Club The presence of two guests Mrs. William Pease, and -Mrs Bian S. Henth of Fort Swnner, N. M , added special interest to the party guen lasL,nlght by Miss .Frances Little at her home for members of the,Double .G. club. Bridge was plaved during the e\fining, with high score prize won by Mrs John E LippKl and second high bj Mrs Sanford Boone. A salad course was sencd Daughter Is Born MAKE GAY PARASOL OF OLD UMBRELLA Bits of News [Mostly; Personal an old -ve been received 03- frs=Das in Blytheville of the talk of a daughter, Manljn Kay, lo Mr. sa5 ilrs. G L. Dunaiant of MenjMs, formerly rf Blvthevili!-. *nfe Donavants hate another riffle^ a son, Larry, who Is five. Meetings A ^inens meeting and pot-luck supper .sil} be iield tomorrow night, B o'clock,,at the. Late Strtei Methodist Church, when.the.Rev. c. Ev- eretrptltton of Luxore will be guest speaker. The public is uiirited to.at- tend^the _Rev..flatss Sturdj-, pastor o* ihe ..church, announced today. Chfctasarba Lodge No. 134. P. & A. l£, jrfU meet in. regular communication, .tomorrow night T3Q o'clock, at the hall, .when the second Segree lyoU be conferred, it was announced i.loday by Dewey Gentrj% worEhipIul master. T ic effect ycncss of- ll,,s .If.imoml .-print rayoft crc| , c frol , k ,, double.-by ..Is iiKileliini!; parasol, which .was made from umbrella frame and a length of leftover material. :. ?.**..'' BY EPS IK KIN Alt I) NE,\ Staff Writer NEW YORK — Yon can make 'oiirsclf a gay costume parasol to natch your favorite summer print, f you have an unbrclla frame vvltli i no-good top, and will follow n few simple directions. How to make? Says Mary Brooks Pickens, who Is an authority on sewing, "You'll need one and pne- thirtj yards of 39-inch material for a large umbrella; one vard for a small size." flut he sure to choose a fabric whose label says it was tested for color fastness to summer sunlight ami showers. Before you dismantle the frame makes notes as to how nnri where the old cover is sewed on, and plan to copy all details of the original even to the handle strap and the support, between the ribs and the tip. Especially study the-details, of how the tiny ruffled 1 business fits over the ferrule end of the stick. Now, detach cover by first removing—and saving far re-use—rib tips and ferrule tip. Use pliers, if necessary, to loosen their grip. Next, carefully rip out otic section of old top, and using this as n pattern, cut as many pieces of paper as you'll.need for new sections. Fold new material crosswise through the center and pin the raw edges firmly together. Lay paper Pieces on cloth, alternating the wide part at one end and the narrow part at the other, as "in II- lus ration A. until you cut as many, sections as you'll need. Pin the edges of these together the narrow edges all to oti e end and tne wide edges to the other French seam these—leaving n tinv opening in tlie center ot the cover where seams converge—and make seams very even, taking up exactly, and no more, the allowance you hav e made so as to insure correct fit. Mak c a narrow machihc hem all around the outer edge of the cover. Then, place new top over frame, inserting npcx tip of frame through hoi;, leit in the center of the cover. Tack new top to-position on tile sides and at the tip of each nb, as In illustration B, using the same .kind of stitches that you examined whr-n you ripped off old cover. Now, using as «. pattern the rtif- fled bias strip that you removed from old lop at the ferrule end of tile umbrella, cut. a new one fol- llowma details of original in fold; mg, joining c( ig cs am i drawing . in ; a circle u-ith a gathering thread', which mil look, when finished like Illustration C. Put this ruffle on ' faw l " I't Uglitly, and cover with &s&lGf\«» 9 I'M SAVING WASTE PAPER! 1 / Ye* t , .. waiting ia hard But it's easier when youre doing something to protect and aid him ,j . . and .bring him home sooner! Y ° yernn ? ent M y s th^ waste paper i, war Mortage. There', yom £ ppot . . ,. much to him 1 T V, ^Victory :. ,For yjarti faper j, everywhere. Newspapers. 'W^flv^ ^PP 1 "^ wnugated paper.. b,md! e them all m packages about 12 inched »,hjgh and turn them in. »;The very wasti paper you tia up may well ^ inade into paperboard that packages th. K-wtioM| ammunition or blood plasma your . fighting ,man .will us*. ^-^^irt ih.>ruldren. Enthuse your neigh. ^nSL^" i 8 ™ 1 * "*» and ba ^ments, jTh«n itart a regular ijntetn of saving and bun- ;«Uing your wast* paper, * for war, , ' ' nsan (O Mrs. William Lawshc speii Monday in -St.- Louis, .where.she met her husband, who has received a medical discharge from tlie Army after two years service, Including nine . months overseas. Mr. Lau'slie held the rank of •second lieutenant. • . . Mrs. John Smotherman has ns her guests for this week, her sister, Mrs. B, E. Choule and Miss LUlii Moore, both of Hickman, Ky. Jack Lcmm. Lenti, son of John A. Lend, is Improved after having been ill for the past few days at his home on West Walnut. Mrs. Annie liolt and son, David, returned yesterday afternoon from Memphis whore both had been im- dprgoiiig examination and treatment nt. Baptist Hospital. Mrs. jack 1 Chambltn spent ycs- tcrdiiv' in Memphis. Dr. p. A. Robinson and 'daughter, ,\!is s Mary Adah Robinson, arc visiting in Hot .Springs. Ark.! Miss Doroilty Ruth Sharpe, daughter of A. L. Shttrpo of Dell, A'ns removed to her home yesterday >y ambulance Irani Memphis Baptist Hospital where she recently underwent, an operation. Miss BIHIc Leggctt and Miss Louise Leggelt returned last night after a visit of several days with friends in Kentucky. Enroute home they spent yesterday In Memphis Th c Rev. and Mrs. Bates Sturdy returned lost night from Memphis where they spent two days while the Rev. Mr. Sturdy was undergoing examination at the Methodist Hospital. Mrs. J. w. Aulcn and daughters, Miss Ann ant! Miss Mary Mar- Baret, returned lost night from Bntcsville, Ark., where they spent four days, having been called there Pv the death of Mrs. Aulcn's lather, T. J. Jones. Mr and Mrs. G. E. Gilleiuva- !r had as their, guests yesterday lr. niul Mrs. W. B. Yancey and, daughter, Mnry Bliss, Mr. nnd Mrs. I W. T. Gel rod, Mr. nnd Mrs S C Langston, anil Mr. and Mrs W S. Curtis, nil of Marianna, 'Ark. All tlie guests returned home last night with the exception of Mr Hit! Mrs. Yancey and their clai'igli- :er, who will be here until tomor- • ow. Mr. Langston Is a brother of Mrs.- Gillenwater. Mrs. Maurice Goldberg, who left here 10 days ago for New York, has accepted a position there as assistant dietician at the Post-Orad- WBDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1944 , Lloyd Blomeyer, son of Mr, and Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer, has notified Ills parents of his appointment to. the United States Naval Academy al Annapolis, where he will aegln Ills classes tomorrow. A. graduate of Blylhevllle high school hi the class nt 1943, Mr. Blomeyer enlisted in the Nnvy under the ' V-5 program in June of that year: In New Orleans, lie attended Cornell University at Ithaca, N. 'Y., on a scholarship for one term, before going to Louisiana Tech. at Huston and University of Illinois, Champaign For one term each under the Navy program. •. An outstanding student at Bly- thcville high school he was winner of Hie mathematics and science metiiils during his senior year. relations officer at Blythovlllo Army Air Field, was the suc-it speaker at the meeting ^ tlw Lions Club held ;/eiterday noon nt Hotel Noble, \ylien he used as IMS topic, "Education After The Wai-." Guests In addition (n Lieutenant Protheroc were Roy. Howard, Lion member from Jonesboro, and Gene Flecmim of Manila. A. E. Henry, local grocer, became a new member, of Hie club at yesterday's meeting. At the Hospital* BIydieville Hospital Admitted— Fred Potts, Caruthei'svillc, Mo Dismissed — Miss Opal Welch, city. Danny Ray Bourland, Manila Mrs. O. I. Byrtl, Manila. Annie Mae Thomas, Osceola Walls Hospital Admitted— • - - > Iitizcna Webb..Steele, Mo Carl Lenton Maxwell, city. Sarah Jolmson, Holland, Mo Mrs. WoodroH' Sigmarc' Dell Dismissed— Otha Wilson, city. Mrs. Margaret Dlldy, Manila. Coming Eventi THURSDAY , Mr »- W. M. McKenv.ie entertaining Friday Luncheon Club FRIDAY . Mrs. Jerry Hearn entcrlnJning 400 OHIO, , I Leg ion Auxiliary ,Gtoup Is Headed By Mrs. Scruggs Mrs. Joe Scruggs was elected president of the local American Legion Auxiliary when members met last night nt the hut. This meeting replaced the July 4 meeting which was postponed because of the holiday. Other officers elected last uhi,t are Mrs. Bryant Stewart, first .vice president; Mrs. J. • M. Cleveland second vice president; Mrs. Marvin Lane, secretary; Mrs. .Eddie Burl« treasurer; Mrs. C. S. Baggclt, hts^ lorlan; Mrs. H. L. Halsell, chaplain; Mrs. M. A. Middle-ton, SC r- gennt-nt-nnns. Delegates also were elected to attend the state convention to he held in August at Little Rock. The next regular meeting date for the group is July 18. Candidate For Congress Soliciting Votes Here • State Senator Julian James of Joncsbore, who is seeking election to the office of congressman from tills district, is j» Biytlieville for several days in interest of his candidacy. A visitor at the Junior Chamber of Commerce horse show last night, he plans to remain in Blytheville until tomorrow. tip, first siiienring it inside with glue to make it. stick. While tip Is drying, make nnd sew on two nen- straps: OIK for n handle and one with n loop and a . button for keeping th e parasol closed. You Arc Cordially Invited To Hear Mrs. W. E. Bass and Mrs.C. E. Hefner Prominent in .State Club, Civk and Welfare Circles Speaking For HOMER U. S. SENATE CANDIDATE 1:15p,ni Over Radio Station KLCN Tune In! mte Hospital, which Is nffiliated vlth Skldinore College. She js caching a clfiss hi- nutrition and 1 is vorklng toward her Master's De- iree. Mrs. Goldberg is the former kllss Wanda Smith, dnughjcr of ilr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith of Bly- hcvlllc, and was a number of the Blythcville public school faculty ist year. Mrs. M. A. Stokes of Detroit, vho has ueen the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Terrell nntl amily for the uast several days, •ill so lo Dyersbiirg, Teiin,., Satur- ay for a visit, several weeks before reluming her e for another visit with the Terrells. She will be accompanied to Dyersbnrg bv Mrs Terrell. Mrs, Blan S. Heath of Port Stunner, N. M., arrived Monday for a visit of live weeks with her pnr- enls, Mr. .and Mrs. Tom A. Little and family. Lieutenant Protheroe Is Lions Club Speaker Lieut. Chester Protheroe, public. iu m , nnd Past ar ° n s Club will b c entertained by Mrs J. U. Smith, 8 ;. in, ridclls Siinday'Scliool Class First ^SJ? 11 '. meeting, with Mrs arlon Williams, 1306 West Mali a o Clock. DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'Clpck In the Beautiful Bibb Room HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tax IT'S PROBABLY IMAGINATION BUT HER HIGH AJOTES SOUND LIKE SHE'S CALLING FOR A POTTLE OF DR. PEPPER. v_ rTorelievetlistressofMONTHLY (Also Fine Stoniachio Tonic) '* Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound Is famous to relievo periodic pain and accompanying nervous, weak, tired- out reelings—all due to functional monthly disturbances. Mntle especially for women—if helps nature/ Follow label directions. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP iei B. rirtt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evenlnn By Appointment The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novelties • ' A Gift For Everybody Bldg. pb one 2E5 i MOSS BRYAN I found THE WAY to on atiiazirig WflV THE MALARIA MOSflDITO IS AFTER YOU! Get Iwr.wuh FLIT... before 5 h 9 Jw, a chance . to. spread cliillmg-burniri; miseries from a sick <\ man.to you. Spray FLIT in dark corners and /1 .or, stagnant water . . , where tho malaria car- fT ricr lurks nml breeds. Spray it on every mos- ^Y& quilo you see. H', a quiA 8nd ttsf vvny to ^ W wipe out all mosquitoes. Buy FLTT... todayl FLIT kills flies, ants, *"« moths, bedbugs and all mosquitoes. BE SURE IT'S FLIT' WELCOME WACs Make our shop, where you will always be welcome one! find the best in flowers, your headquarters while in Bl'ytheyllle F.T.D. Smlce. We Deliver Anjirhe re . Ph. 491 • Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glen«* Bldg. T^HESE two Important steps may J- help you to overcome the discomforts or embarrassment of sour stomach, jerky nerves, loss of appetite underweight, digestive complaints, weakness, poor complexion 1 ir. A f pe 7l«" , wh ?. ls °P, cratln B °n only a 70 to 75% healthy Wood volume or x stomach digestive capacity of only 50 to 609i normal is severely handicapped. So with ample stomach dlecstlve. Juices PLUS RICH, BED-BLOOD you should enjoy that sense of well-being which denotes physical fitness .. . mental alertness I It you are- subject to poor digestion or suspect deficient red-blood as the cause of yotir trouble, yet hare no organic compilation or foc.il Infection SSS Tonic may bo Just what you need as It Is especially designed (1) to promote the flow q( VITAL DIGESTIVE JUICES In the stomach and (2) to butld-up BLOOD STRENGTH whou deflclent. Build Sturdy Health and Help America Win Thousands and thousands or users have- testified to the benefits SSS Tonlo has brought to them and scientific research chows that It gets results—that's why so many say "SSSTonic builds sturdy health —makes you feel like yourself «B«ln." At drug stores In 10 and 20oislzes.SS.S.S.Co TONI8C helps build STURDY HEALTH Seay Owns Business It was erroneously stated in yesterday's Courier that tlie Seay Motor company was owned by Tom Little. The article should should have read that the Tom Eeay Motor Company building Is owned by Mr. Little. The business is owned by T. I. Seay. BOOST An Old Blythcville Boy James L Hale For ProsecuHsig Attorney .(Juajificcl and l-:.v|ieiiencc(l Contihnotu Shows ,; Every Day Boi Office Opens 1 :-i(i Show Starts 2:00 . . LISTEN TO KI.ON 1:06 «.«, 12:45 p.m. l;3j n ' Wednesday Thursday and Friday *". JOEiMc'CRElll ' Paramount News ' and Selected Short H»tlh«s SaK '* Sun. Only Opens each, night G:45; starts 7 Opens .Bunaaj 3:OD; Starts 1:15 Continuous SlioH's Kit. aud Son. ' Bargain Night .Every Night EicepO Saturday. No faue* honored on Kundaj »> the Korr. Last Time Today with Tom N'eal ami Jean Bales Selected Short Subjects Thursday and Friday Gef a LIFT from tee SW5FTHS!
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