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' PAGE FOUR, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1950 Mary Jo Eaton Named Senior Queen PhoM 4481 Bride-Elect Is Feted With Afternoon Tea 1 Continuing the bridal events feting Miss Lon Jo Hargett, who will be'married tomorrow at 10 a.m. to Htinter ! liine Klmbro,-was the tea ycsterdny afternoon at the P. D. iteter'home on West Main. • Mrs. Prances Gammlll wis hostess to approximately 35 guests who called between * and 5 pm. to extend best Swishes to the honoree. 7 Frances Gamlll, daughter of the hostess, greeted, the guests as they arrived. Mrs Gammlll, the honoree and the honoree's mother, Mrs. J. J. Hargett. received in the entertaining room of the home Crystil vases holding varl-hued f lowers adorned the room. ' A 1 linen cloth topped the refreshment table airanged in the dining 'roomVwliere the guests were served a sftlart course and coffee. An oblong gleaming pottery bowl from which arose dainty pink and white snapdragons Intermingled »IUi feathery Bieenery, centered the table Soltly glowing pink candles were arranged on'elther side. Mrs. Teti Lyster. presided over the table. Miss Hargett, who »as dressed In an afternoon frock of blaclc silk, printed In fushla designs, was presented, .-a shoulder/arran&emeut of "dutch, iris, a gift "of. the hostess. Mrs. Gammlll was assisted during the Afternoon by her mother, Mrs. P; ; 'D! - Poster and Miss Florence Moore. • Out of town guests from Manila" and Memphis attended, the affair. \ i ^ • • • Mrs'. Welch Hostess To Friday Contract Mrs. !G. O. Poetz .won high, fvfrs. Ix>y Welch, second high and Mrs George' D. Pollock, Jr., bridge, at the meeting of the" Friday Contract Club at the Welch home FWday. f Bowls, _from which brimmed jonquils, were placed In the room in which the afternoon was spent in ride. ' ''" SUMMER COOLER bridge, Mrs.' 1 -'.Welch served, refreshments during'the "gainci I ' ~ "' * * Birthday Party Given POT "Anita Joyce Short The sixth birthday of Anita Joyce Short,", daughter of , Mr. and Mrs. N,;:H.-Short, was celebrated Saturday afternoon at: the Short home on Marguerite street with a party for 17 little girls. -The v .Enter theme: was selected for the event with the decoration 1 of the home being'In keeping »ith the chosen motif. During the afternoon the guests played games anc had an Easter egg hunt with Nancy Trimue winning the pnze lor finding", the most eggs. 4 ifts we're' presented the 1 honoree r which birthday cake, Ice cream and iced drinks were served -.Tbe birthday cake'was topped with tiny buds of pink, green and yellow flowers with candy letters, "Happy Birthday Anita Joyce" encircling the edge. Mrs. A. B. Short, paternal grand, mother of the honoree, was a special guest Mrs. Short was assisted in serving by Mrs. Bob Bennett, an aunt o: 1 .the guest of honor. Linda Bennet't, of Holland «aa an out of town guest. ' * * : * Comina Events .' Social Calendar Monday ' Women's Auxiliary ol St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets with Mr?. Richard Becker, 2008 Chickasawba, at 8 p. m. ' Tuesday The Alpha Beta' Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority meets with Miss Alma Cain at 8 p m. Mjss Lon Jo.Hnrgett becomes the .bride of-Hunter Lane.Kimbrb at 10 a.m.:Ht the First Baptist Church. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater hostess to La Nueve. Mrs. Robert Weidman hostess to TLE Club. Mrs.;' Randall Hawks and Mrs. James Jordon hostesse to the Alpha: Alpha Chapter 1 of Beln Sigma Phi at the T. I. Seay home on Chickasawba at 7:30 p.m.- Y. M Birthday'Club meets with Mrs. Preston Goff nt 7 p.m. Wednesday Lutheran Women's Guild meets with Mrs. George McLeod at 8 p.m. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Graham- Sttdbi'ry Mrs. Jack Marsh hostess to Alpha Beta Bunro Club. Thursday Senior Memorial plavs at high school auditorium at 8:30 p. in. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.^ R. B. Crawford entertains Dell Supper Club. Mrs. Bill Gilbow hostess lo Avalon Bunco Club. MM. J. A. Saliba entertains Thursday Night Club. Thursday Rook meets: with Mrs. Richard Pritchard. Mrs. Russell Rlales hostess to Blytheville Roofc Club. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kiblt- acr club. Double Four -Bridge club meets with Mrs. A«z! Henry. Duplicate Bridge .League meets at Hotel Nobel at 8 p.m. Nu Ph! Mxi sorority meets at home of Miss Jane Shelton, 1520 W. Walnut at 7 p.m. Friday Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma phi meets at Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.'m. Mrs. J. N. Day and Mrs Bill Hyndman hostesses. ' Mrs. J O. Hucy entertains Lucky Rook. Club. By Sue Burnett Simple and smart—and as cool as can be Is this pretty sundress designed to flatter a woman's figure'. Crisp white accents, the bodice top and makes the softly rolled collar on the bolero. Pattrea No. 8541 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern for sizes 34, 36, 38. 40, .42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36, dress, 3 yards of 30-inch; bolero Hi yards; ft yard contrast. r , For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your nnme, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago- 7, 111. Send 25 cents ,now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. • Free pattern printed iri- side the' book. ' HDClub Meets To Re-Organize The home of Mrs. Tom Moore was the setting Friday afternoon for the meeting of 19 women to re-organize and elect officers for the Promised-Land Home Demonstration Club. Officers elected by the group were, Mrs. Oclis Jarrett, president; vice-president, Mrs. Louis Ball; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald; and reporter. Mrs. John Clouse. Plans wore discussed for the group's work and projects to be considered were named. . . ? A potluck luncheon was .served following the business meeting, after which the remainder of the afternoon was spent in games and informal entertainment. Prizes were presented Mrs. Tollle Gnnn, Mrs. Everett Davis and Mrs. Olouse during the games. Charles Craig will/ return Thursday from Little Rock where he Is attending a state dental meet- tag Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henson spent Sunday In Uiilon City, T«nn,, as guasts of Mr, Henson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hensori. Carleen Henley of Memphis wu the weekend guest of Kay Smith and her grandmother, Mrs. M. c Gcodwin. • Mrs. Alene Beard, Harry Ogillve, Miss Emma Simpson and f, B. Owen were the Sunday gueati of Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Slieiton and family, > Mr. and Mrs. Toby Long and dausliter, Sandra, spent Saturday In Memphis. Don Kerbough, Perry Rothrock and Bob Damon students ut Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, were the weekend guest. 1 ; of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kerbough, Mr. and Mrs. P. c. Rothrock and Mr. and Mrs. D. Damon. David Bright, son of Me. and Mrs. John Charles Bright of Manila, was the weekend guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mis. Charlie Bright and aunt, Sophie Bright, Marion .Smith, who is a student at Arkansas State College,, Joiws- boro, was the weekend guest of his grandmother, Mrs. M. G. Goodwin and sister, Kay Smith.. Mrs. Enola Wright spent Saturday in Wnlnut Rldfje as guest of her daughter, Miss Tommye Wells, who Is a student at Southern Baptist .College, there. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Davis and son, Calvin, and Ear! Thomas of West Point, Miss., were the weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Tommy Reid and family. They were accompanied to Blytheville by Miss Betty Held who had been visiting In West. Point for several days. Graver Robblns dt Osceola recently underwent a major operation at Campbell's Clinic, Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Moore and children and Mr> and Mrs. Melton Bearley and family spent'Sunday In Memphis. Mr ; Beasley left by train for Lubbocfc, Texas where he will be employed, he will be joined by Mrs. Beasley imd family at the close of the school term.' The re- nmindcr of the .group returned to Blythevllle last night. Miss Betty Dodds, Miss Jane shel- ton and Joy .Shelton spent 'Saturday In. Memphis. i John Ed Regenold, son of Mr.' «nd Mrs. E. M. Regenold Is spending the Easter holidays here as guest of his. parents. Mr. Regenold Is a student at the winter school of" Kentucky Military Institute at Lyndon, Ky. •. Mrs. Clyde Lloyd was the' weekend glll-st of her daughters, M:irtha Ernestine and Mary Christine Lloyd, students' at St. Vincent's AcarlemyV-St. Vincent, Kyi ....... Ifary Jo Eaton, daughter of Mr. ud Mn. Coady Eaton, has been selected queen of. the BJythevilte High School Senior Class for 1»50. Mi«i EAton will be crowned Immediately following the Senior Me- pliys Thursday at the High School Auditorium. " '. Attendants to Queen Mary Jo and thilr escorts will be Vivian Taylor, Jim lulnmiller; Carolyn Llnlzenlch, Jim Berry; Evelyn Hudson, Jim Garner; Patty Bartholomew, Max Qurley; Bonlta. Slankatd, Gary Mason; Virginia Basley, Roger Lum; Shirley King, E. B. Gee; and Betty Ann Harber, Pat Buiks. Queen Mary Jo will be crowned by Larry Lutz, class president. Eddie Lee Warrlngton will serve as crown bearer with Jackie Kay Collins as flower girl. Carolyn Young and Mary Lou Edwards will be train bearers Mary Jo is a member of the National Honor Society, the Red Peppers, Beta and Garden Clubs. She Is also a member of the Girls' Trio, and is quite active in music clicles of the city. The program, which will begin at 8:30 p. m,, will be two plays, "Are We Dressing?", a one-act comedy, and "Submerged" a one- act drama. I_JLIJ:^._I. Mary Jo Fa ton Miss Luna B. Wllhelm, assisted by student directors, will present the program, * WE, THE WOMEN B; Buth Mllletl. M-.'A Stafl Writer Few Precautions Cut Sex Crirtie Threat to Children "Soy /* With Flowers" Blylheville FLOWER MART Htwn j Fhone €902 Vary the usual;bncon and tomato ndwich by adding thin slices of ucumber. For a delicious salad, add its of crumbled, bacon to fi bowl of reen.s that have been tossed with French dressing. When packing alunchbox send along a. sweet sandwich occnsional- ly as part of the desert. Cream cheese and pineapple 5am makes a. Tine filling for nut bread; cream cheese and currant or grape Jelly Is delicious between raisin bread. Make fruit the other part of the dessert. With sex crimes against children* on the increase, it is up to us par- i cnts to do everything we can to guard and protect'our own children., How ought we to go about It? It seems to me that parents can cut down on the danger to children by taking a few simple .precautions, our children the fact thai they are First.of aH, we must on our children the fact that they are, under no circumstances, to get into a stranger's car,''accept a gift from stranger, enter a building on a stranger's invitation, or believe frhat the stranger who makes a Suss over them is "just a nice'man who likes children." , Much as we may hate to Implant any fears in our children, the world today requires that we do tench them to fear some things. They have to be taught to know that a car or a gim can kill. They have'to be warned agaiast playing with lire, and so on. And it Is every bit as important, il not more so, tnat we be Just as realistic when it comes to protecting our children from the sex criminals who are in o\ir midst. After-School Hours Are Dangerous : There .are several other precautions we can make also. We can make sure that our school children never come home to an empty house; that if they walk to and from school they are taught not-to play aiongMhe way. Teachers could h'elp by finding some form of punishment other than keeping children after school. For if Susie is occasionally kept ln f her mother has no way of knowing whether to be worried or not when she Is halt an hour late getting home from school, And we can be careful where bur children play, making It anr business to know if an adult is at home at Johnny's before saying our own child can go to his house to piny. If we d-n't take those simple precautions , we aren't doing wha we can to protect our children against a very real danger; executive Meeting s Conducted A.I p.m. luncheon Friday at the :. W. Affllck home preceded the lusfness meeting of the Executiv Board of (he WMD of the First Bap- Ist Church. Tiie 21 members attending were eated at a long table, which was •cnterd with a crystal bowl holding Clusters of Jonquils and narcissus riic entire arrangement rested on i nirror placque. Immediately following the lunch •on, Mrs. Ted King, president, pre sided over the business meetlm vith Mrs. Tom W.-Jackson leadini ;hc opening prayer. . • • The Rev. E. c. Brown presenter :he devotional, "Prayer", In keep ng with the revival which begins April 9 at the church. Following the :business -session Mrs. II. H. Brooks lead the closin jrayer. : Guglielmo Marconi obtained hi first English patent for wireles telegraphy In 1896. April Showers Depicted In -uncheon-Pdrty Apr!) showers, with the smiles .net frowns they bring,' were depleted throughout : the '•••, luricheon- irldge-canasta party Saturday »l- ernoon at the Blytnevllle Country Club. Fourteen tables of guests at- ended the I o'clock affair which was given by Mrs. W. F.' Mc- Danlel. • .'•' ••••;:.•, The Individual tables at'which he guest: were seated'were topped with nests of green grass in which stood miniature figures 'of women holding open Umbrellas and rownlng at the showers! The thl- !es used during the afternoon were adorned with tiny figures whose aces were wreathed in smiles, hold- ng closed umbrellas.' . / i The golly wrapped gifts rested an a center table which. was lop- Jed with .an unusual design of dainty blue Delphinium and yellow ,nd pink snppdrag'onds. The ilossoms were arranged In the form 'f an open umbrella, to protect the ifts from the Api'il showers. In the game, Mrs. James Roy won Ugh score, which was a pocket umbrella. Second high was won by Mrs. J. W. Adams, low by Mrs. 'hllllps Robinson, bridge, by Mrs. 5. M.' ner.enold anil cannon high, Mrs, Ddyie Henderson. ' becoming Teddy Bears SALT LAKE CITY," : " (jR—The •Javy may never have thought' it I'oiild happen but some of Its sur- ilus flying pants are becoming Teddy bears. The fleece-lined panli nake very cuddly bears, Mrs. De Wayne' C. Anderson got he Teddy bear Idea when her hus- jand brought home 150 pairs which le bought as surplus and planned o sell. She cuts up the pants »nd sews the pieces together In the shape of three-foot tall Teddies. For noses, feet-bottoms and paws she uses the dark brown leather from the pockets, She stuffs the' bears with upholstery batting. Pox eyes from a' urrier serves as eyes. And Mrs. Anderson says the pants bring more money as,toy bears. Business Is Booming In Nathanya,.Israel NATHANYA, Israel —W)— Business is booming in this pretty .little city along Ihe Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv. Sixty new industrial enterprises have signed contract. 1 with the Nathanya municipality Nearly $6,000,000 will be Invested and some industries expect to start work shortly. A total of 2,000 workers'are'to be employed in -the hew Industries which include ,a big electric b"lb factory. Nathanya already Is Israel's biggest center for polishing and cutting diamonds. . Mexico's Age Set • -. • Back 3,000 Years BERKELEY, Calif. (AP)—Inton sive cultivation of TvSexican sail wa started 3.000 to 5,000 years ago, pays Dr. Sherburne F. Cook of;the Ui\! varsity of California. 'Most cxyeits have placed the time at about 2,005 years ngo. : Easing his estimates on soil conditions ,he says Mexico's ancient population wns so'big and the soil so cultivated that inuch of the land was near ruin long before the white in arrived. Lined«i Pants nc lb * " *- a rams , b plg5 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 April 3. Ifft— (USDA1— Hogs 14,500; fairly active, mostly steady to weak vith average Friday, good anil choice 180-240 Ibs. 16.00-25; top 16.25; largely 1G.OO-15; 250-300 Ibs 15.0010,00; most odd lots 15.75 down; 140- '- medium uui fcnd cholc* sows 400 Ibs down H.2S-1S; heavier weight*, 13.25-14.00; »tag» 8,60-11.00. : •. •; ,. • :,'<: '..' p j Catle 3500; calves i200; op*ritn» trad* moderately active on st«r« and heifers; fully ; steady; , cow» steady with higher asking prices delaying movement; bulls strong to 2$ higher; veslers 1.00 lower; medium steers . largely 24.00-2S.SO; few low good '26.00-50; medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 24.0026.00; common and low medium 13.00-20.00; beef cows 20,00-23.60; good cows common and medium 16.50-18.50; canners and cutters 13.50-1650. BD : BOGGf5 DOWN 1 -"* but BD means Bllck- BfiujBt. Hie tnmllY Ux. .live that h-l^; OOEtU >rl«d. Ktrbi'. of* ordinary Cdoslip- Bl»ck-Driu«ht l» . mad* o* Jraporlw hfrtw. Time-proved br Inou- BLACK- DRAUGHT Tltt Fomlly Loxcrtiv* By FEUX CARMi "Trie right girl can afways bring out the wolf In mother'slirtle lamb," claims Hannah. And the right radio repairman can bring out the best in your set. If your radio isn't performing perfectly, call BlytheviUt Salts Co. ind we'll give it a'care- ful cheek-up. Our expert servicemen are trained to do the best work at very moderate cost. Call .1616 today and really enjoy your' radio from now on. At Fne Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Buddy Sanders, Dell. Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and baby, :ity. :.. .. Billy Mick, city. . J. J. Porhancl, city. Claude Holms, Tyler. M. R. Griffin, Jr., Dell. Jackie Thicss, city. Robert Lee Smith, Armorel. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mary E. Atkinson, Cooler. Mrs. Bonnie Hnmm and baby, Osceola. Mrs. Cndis Northern, Holland. 1 , Mrs. w. H. Skelton, city. Mrs.. R. L. Trimue and baby, city. Jane Terry, city'. James David . Seymore, city. 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LIFE or. $4.49 GAllON Blytheville Gloss & Paint Co. 515 E. Main Phone 4906 apan to Drink More -The Japanese gov- ime7it will allow breweries and stilleries to.; produce 22.000.000 ore gallons of alcoholic -drinks in e fiscal year beginning April I materials " are more plentiful.' lowed production'.thls current fls- I year' was &4.000.000 gallons. '•$i$fVi(r*4** t Q SAieSAND SEKWCE /«• LYTHEVILLE SALES CO. O 138 E.MAIM ST. ELYTHEVILLUBK ^ PHOHl 36IC Ritz Shows Now at Roxy While the RITZ THEATRE Is on «r - construction -this. summer, you »n.tnjoy your btst pictures »1 ROXY- THEATRE 'here we have just installed AIR lONDITION'ING. We will ran CON- •INUOUS SHOWS every day in tlir reek . ' The B**t in EnlcTt»lnment Every Day MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER l^aat Times Today 'Borderline 7 with Fred MacMurray and Claire .Trevor Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Kvcryday Tuesday & eioitet \Vedhesday VIRGISlfc Tl ELBE STOP AT NOTHING IN WOULD YOU LIKE TO MODEL FOR A COMMUNITY PAINTING KY THIS FAMOUS ILLUSTRATOR? trait or snapshot) to our store. Fill in an entry blank. Mail it with your photograph lo Jon Whitcomb. No application post- i._.> i_. .\.__ T.I-.* *_» CaaUngoos Tills may be your big opportunity! Jon Wliitcomh, famous illustrator and creator of the Wliiiconib Girl, is looking for _ t four now feminine faces to mo<lel marked later than midnight, for color page advertisement* of May I, will he considered. ' One girl will b« chosen from towns of less-than 25,000, one from towns of 25,000 to 100,000, • one from (owns of 100,000 to COMING SOON TO THE ROXY April 6-7—ALL THE KING'S MEN with BroderidE Crawford mid John Derek. 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