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NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 44G1 ; Bride-Elect Again Felcd j At Pre-Nuptial Party 3 Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney, Miss '• Vera Goodrich anrt Mrs. E. R. Jackson were hostesses last night at the Jackson home, In compliment '. to Miss Dorothy Higginson, who '. will soon be married to Jarnes • Rogers, lo four tables of bridge guests. ' The individual lablcs at which the guests were seated were ar- rant'ed in (he large entertaining ' room of the JncksoH home. Each jahle was centered with a tiny ' blue bridesmaid doll with a bride :; ctoll marking the (able of the honoree. Placed on the mantel before ' a large mirrored plaque was an elaborate pottery bowl filled with i pink and white stock Intermingled • \vi[h greenery. Yellow chrysantlie- : mums and tiny button chiysauthe- ' mums were arranged in abundant bouquets and placed at intervals , throughout the home. Each guest's place was marked oy KECKNT BlElDti — Mrs J. B Cunuingbnm of Luxora was before her marriage on Nov. 5 Miss Sadie Birmingham of Blythcvillc, datigh- -, a tiny china shoe edged In starched [ lor of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Birming- lace and holding a dainty flower place card. In the games of the evening Mrs. Harry A. Halnes won high, Mrs. . Dick Mills, second high, Mrs. Jack ;Chamblin, low, Mrs. T. H. Cara;'way, bridgo, and Miss Jettye Claire ; Huffman, traveling prize- They • were presented gifts in china and ' crystal. ', Miss Higginson. who was dressed . in n blue satin frock, wns presented '-- a gift corsage of yellow carnations "' set in rose feathers arranged in '.: rosettes of pink ribbons. ".'. During the evening the honorce ; was presented a gift from her hos- ? tcsses. - ' '. Special guests Included -Mrs. \V. " C. Higginson, mother of Miss Hlg- Vginson, Mrs. R. A. Rogers, mother r of Mr. Rogers, and Mrs. E. A. Good•; rich, mother of one of the hostesses, : . Miss Vera Ooodrich. ] Miss Birmingham Wed ™ J. B. Cunningham ;To ; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham ,' are today announcing the marriage sot iheir daughter, Miss Sadie Blr- J-mingham. to J. B. Cunningham, son *of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cunningham • of Luxora.- , • • The ceremony was performed Nov. 5 8 at Pigeott, at the home of the V Rev. O. A Prc&son. J The bride wore a green tailored t suit with bro\vn accessories'. }..; The couple will make their home j to Luxora. ! Those attending the ceremony jVere^O. S. Birmingham, father of ; the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul • Presson arid daughter, Maryland, of I Blylhevpk: • ' ....../. j I O'clock Luncheon Feles ;' CharlbVoix Chapter i Guest The thirteen members of the i Charlevoix chapter of the D.A.R J-and one guest, Mrs. W- J. Fitz; hugh, were compUmented yester- ', day with a 1 o'clock luncheon in ! the Colonial room of Hotel Noble i with'Mrs. C. P. Tucker, Mrs. A. M. j R. Branson and Mrs. S. p. .Martin : hostesses', to. the group. ^ The guests were seated at a long • table overlaid with a white cloth i for the two course luncheon Rcst- 1 Ing in the center of the table was ) a low crystal bowl filled with yel- < low and bronze chrysanthemums ; with assorted fruits-arranged a\ round the floral centerpiece. '; The place cards and table s.p > pointments were in complement ti [ the Thanksgiving theme. ; Immediately following the lunch ' eon Mrs. George Pollock, Jr-, • re ; gent, led the ritual and pledgi .. to the flag preceding the bus! " ness meeting. Miss Cordelia Wilhite gave i , lesson on flag etiquette. -* Mrs. C. L. Me Waters read a papc '' prepared by Mrs. E. B- Woodson. entitled, "Women In public Office." am. Ivjr. and Mrs. Cunningham are ow at home in Luxora. Mr. Bagley Addresses High School PTA Group "Each for all—all for God," said he Rev- Roy I. Haglcy at the neeting of the Senior high PTA Tuesday afternoon at the high chool. "Beliefs of tremendous importance might implant in our hildrcn the fundamental things hat make life rich and good," iontinued Mr. Baglcy. "We our- elves must become more mature i our beliefs." He concluded. "For This We Are Thankful" as. the toptc of the pre-Alent's message reiMl by Mrs. O. E. Quell- nslz. Mrs. Burt Mayo ami Mrs- Don Lntz, membership chairmen, re- orted 'six rooms In high school vcre 100 per cent In membership making the total enrollment In the 'TA of 350 members, an all time ligh. A $1290 budget was accepted >y the group. Mrs. J. C. Droke, financial chair- nan, reported that the cookbook vhich is the high school project, las gone lo press and will be for ale at the December meeting. Mrs. Harry Fritaius announced hat the high school study course vill be held in the home economics ottage on the night of Nov. 29 uith Mrs. Jesse M. While in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Fritzius also announced that the Junior High PTA will be invited to attend. The senior class was presented :he, prize for having the most mothers present. Nine Members Attend WcsleyanMemorialWSCS Nine members and three visitors were present Monday night £or the meeting of the WSCS of the Wes- layan Memorial Church at thfc Church. The Rey. W. B. Yount, who iso a guest, opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Floyd Davis presided' over the bi'.siness meeting. The program of the evening wa.s presented by Mrs. B. S. Wakefielrf. Mrs. Jess Widncr, Mrs. Glen Alexander, Mrs. Joe Wallls, and Mrs Yount. -. Bits of News Condltion nf Mrs. Russell H. Parr, who was removed to her home on Walnut yesterday from Biytheville Hospital js satisfactory Perry Lee Adkisson of Blythcville, JoJhn Hftzclfonkcr of Fnyctlevttle and Jack Phillips of Newport, all students fit tlie University o.' Arkansas and representatives of the Aliha Gamma Rho house, attended .he dedication services of the war dead Sunday. Ueut. Edgar LJoyd v>.is former president of Alpha nmma Rho, Dr. and Mis. J. E. Bea.sley and Mrs, A. F. Dietrich, Molly Joe Peaslcy and Mr, and Mrs, G, G. flubbarri, Jr., have returned from Pullman, Ala,, where they attended the wedding of Miss Martha jo Gmlth to Jce M:i -ion Michie of StceJe. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Layton arc spending today in Memphis. Jim Gates, son of Mr. and, Mrs. James V. Gates, will ptaj the part of "Fred" in the piay, "John Loves Mary" to he presented at William Jewell College, Liberty. MO,, where Jim is a junior. He is vice-president of the Jewell players, (he dramatics ciub; business manager of the stud- Sigma Nu fraternity, Cavtoll Evans of Biytheville has been selected as a member of the Ouachita college choir at Arkadel- phla. Mi;s. W. L. Homer Irft today for Little Roct where she will join other members of her tamily for a weekend trip to Dallas, Texas, where ONE-YARD'BEAUTY By Sue Burnett A handy bib apron for your fcit- s choti chores that's delightfully Ciisy dent newspaper 3nd a member of j lo sew. This clever .style requires ju^t one yard of colorful fabric ; the smaller sizes'. Trim vvuh ric rac or bruid. Pattern No. 80S9 comes in sizes- 34. 36, 35. 40.42, 44, 48 and 48. Size 30, 1 yard of 35 or 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, ymtr name, nddre^s. .sue desired, und the PATTERN NU.M- thcy will attend the Arkansas- ! BER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, Coming Events ' Social Calendar Thursday Promised Land WSCS Meets with Mrs. Russell Oaincs at 7:30 p.m. G|rl Scout Lone Star 'i v oop Association meets with Mrs. w. L«on Smith at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Bittner hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. ''Mrs, Neville Blakemore hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. W. A. SUc-kmon entertains Thursday Niglit Club. Mrs. W. B. Aulen -Is hostess to TN CUil). Mrs. C A. Cunningham cornpll- imnls Mitl-Weck Club. Mrs. Harry W- Halnes, Mrs. Harry A. Ilaines and Mrs. Baker Wilson .cntcrliUniMg in compliment to Miss Higginson. Alpha Reta Chapter of Espllou Sigma Alpha will hold its semi', annual banrjUPt ami je\vel pin ceremony in the Cotouial Room of Hotel Noble at 7:30 pin. The dance will he held at the JaS'cce room at 9 p.m. Civic Calendar Siiclbury PTA Executive Board 2:30 p.m. followed with PTA meeting 3:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hoiel Noble, 12:10 pin. FOOTBALL: Paps vs Comray, there 'Girl Scout Lone Troop 8:00 p.m. frlilny FOOTBALL. Chijk; v.> Brinkley, here Mrs. Bus? Kiiiiugcr hostess to Avnion Club. Friday CBC Clnl) mwis with Mrs. Len- rie:inic Fowler. Mrs. rx>y Welch hostess to Friday Contract Club. Miss WlUi'.a Douglas and Mrs, Dick Mills entertaining for Miss Dorothy Hisginson. Saturday Duplicate Bm!<;:" League meets at Hotel Xoble in Colonial Room at 2 p m. S.M.U. football game Saturday. C. w. Afflick is spending several weeks in Battle Creek Sanitorium. Battle Creek. Mich. 'Mrs. Byron Morse left today for Little Rock to spend the weekena as gucsi of her son, Byron Rhodes Morse and family. She is going especially to be witn her tjranddhild- rcn white their parents are in Dallas. Texas, for the Arkansas-S.M.U. football game Saturday. Among the out of town people Blending the funeral of C. J Crane yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Francis j. Bell. Mrs. Mabel Shumaker, 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 7, 111. Don't miss the new FASHION. The Fall and Winter L^sue will delight you wilh its up-to-the-min- llto, easy lo nvike frocks ior all the famiry. Free gift patent printed inside the book. 25 cents. 'Bell Man' Holds Job In Hotel for 26 Years LONG BEACH. Calil — If — Mrs. Simmons Joins Dell Methodist WSCS • rweniy-eisht members of the Dell WSCS of tbc First Methodist Church met last night at the home o( Mrs. Glen Cook with Mrs. Sam Siminons becoming a 'new member of the croup. Mrs. Cuvt.is Duncan offered the devotional which was followed by he program, under the direction 01 Twenty-six years ago John Prutien ! Mrs. H. K. Crawford, Jr.. entitled found work (hat iuited hirn He's "The Lielu Shines In Pakistan." CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass M.V.F. Sub-I)U(rkt Meeting The Melhodist Youth Fellowship held its sub-district meeting Thursday evening at the Methodist Church. There were 46 members present. Joan Douglass W'as in charge of the worship service. Mrs. Paul Carmean, youth counselor for senior M.Y.P., presented special music on the organ. A lecture and pictures of the Holy Land were given by Herbert France of this city. A routine business meeting was held by the president, Miss Ora Wayne Meadows. Several projects for the year, Including a Christmas project for the needy, money for the Methodist Youth Fund, ano a county paper 'as a home project, were discussed. Election of officers [or the year was held. They are: president, Donald .Michie of Sleele; vice- president, Josephine Taylor o! Cottonwood; and secretary-treasurer, Joan Douglas of Carulhcrsville. The Rev. Niblack o( Sleele Is" the pastor-Counsellor and Miss Arline Tyler, Pemlscot County Deaconess, is the adult counsellor. Deering won the membership banner. Following Ihe business session, refreshments were served in the basement of the church. Catholic Ladles Meet The Catholic Ladiet Society met last Wednesday evening at the club hall, with twenty-five members and two visitors, Mrs. Mitldlelon and Mis. Mattte Nation, present. Father Byrnes led the devotional. During the business session, the members discussed the annual fall bingo party- Mrs. Clarence Koppels closed the meeting with a prayer. The hostesses, Mrs. Frances Small; and Mrs. Harry Barker, served refreshments of cupcakes, peaches and whipped creaml and coffee. Methodist Circle Meets Circle One of the Women's Society • of Christian Service m e t Thursday at the home of Mrs. A B. Rhodes. Mrs. A- L. Kidwel was co-hostess. Mrs. George Brown led the devotional and Mrs. R. L- Ward presented the program taken from the book, "Women of the Scriptures." A routine business meeting was held. Mrs. Rhodes served refreshments of apple pudding and coffee to the 22 members present, Local! . Among those attending the district conference of the B. and P. W. Club, to be held Sunday at Charleston, Mo., will be Miss Nellie McClanahan, Mrs. Ray Stroud, rtis. Agatha Wilks. and Mrs. L. L. 3reeu. Miss McClanahan will be >nc of the principal speakers at he meeting. Mrs. Jessie, Watkins, Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Sides. Mrs. Bob cliil- on, and Mrs. Vcrlami ficpler spent "riday in Padurah, Ky. Miss Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Agnes Johnson, returned Sunday from Memphis where she was a patient in the Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Mary Medlin spent several days in St. Louts, Mo., this week on business. Mrs. Margaret Coker and her son. Clyde Coker, returned Sunday from Ripley. Term., where'they :iave Ijecn visiting relatives. Mike Cunningham, a student at -he University of Missouri, spent the weekend nt home visiting wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Vick and Mrs. J. F. Douglas drove to Kcnnctt. Mo, Saturday to visit their mother, Mrs. John Vick, who s a patient at the hospital (here. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wingfield and >mall son. Randy, of Cottonwood Point spent Tuesday' visiting Mrs. Wingfield's parents, Mr. and Mrs- H. E. Wicks. Mrs. Charles B. Watson was returned home last week from Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. Miss Barbara Blomeyei was an over-thc-nighl guest Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs H. R. Crawford, Jr., o! Dell, AlX. WEDNESDAY, .NOVEMBER, 9, 1949 Glasa Foam Substituted For Cork in Research DENVER — VPt— The University of Denver Industrial Research in. stitute is making glass foam, which in effect Is a mass of tiny vacuum bottles. The purpose is Improved insulation against, heat. A chunk about as big as an Ice cream cone may contain about a million 0 ( the tiny jugs This new giass material Is white, strong and about as light-weight as cork. It is Intended to be > substitute for cork and Is a development for the US. Army quartermaster Corps. Pcwd-red glass, mixed' with a little powdered cadmium Is melted. The glass becomes fluid. The cadmium vaporizes. Thb cadmium vapor forms minute bubbles all through the glass. The hot glass rises like baking bread. When the glass loaf cools, the cadmium bubbles condense to metal again, The metal coals the inner surface of Ihe bubble, leaving » vacuum the size of the bubble. W Two Hilrds of the persons killed In city motor vehicle accidents and about one-sixth o! those killed : n rural traffic accidents are pedestrians. YOU WANTTHISFAST RELIEF FROM RhiumjHc Mliirj tumb ai q o Scidtio Simpl» Naurjlq'u Muicl* Ach«i And you got tt with wonderful C-2223. Contains the famous, beneficial herb "Black Snake- Ruot." And it's cs- • •—— jjocially IODIZED to speed up the Sal- icylale Action that makes it penetral* tissues better—(jive you fast, effective relief from your painful misery- First Lottie satisfies or your money back. You'll always be grateful for the real relief C-2223 brings! Buy it today! C-2223 iscmmoM TYM HftlfF to* • HEUMATICMI* XM AS GIFTS COST LESS! JUST TRADE IN YOUR OLD USED JEWELRY TO PAT O'BRYANT Wylie and Mrs. Jinni Lou Hal! and Mrs. Fanny Hal), all" of Memphis. At The Hospitals Blytherllle Hospllal Lake Street WSCS Has Meeting at Church Twelve members were present for Ihe weekly mceling of the Lake Dismissed: Cleveland Tvveedley, City. Juan Mandes. city. Dallas Slreet, Leachville. Mrs. Lester Godwin, City. Mrs. Jack Vest. Reeves. Walls Hospital Dismlssen: 1 Mrs. J H. Jones. Rl. 2. : Mrs. J D. Smith, City. Marietta Crawford. Kenneth. Virginia Henry, City. when a man finds the job he's ( mttt of the Scripture." happy doing he should hang on \ T } ^ di^misaal prayer was led by to ii." ., . •". • • j Mrs. Mavis Selllcmire. John'is bell captain t't the L»-'• Curing • the evening' a sandwich fayelte Hotel, >and fie'll'.have you piste was served'by the hostess, know that there;'? a'd'fference be- ;— ="~ —•— treen a bell ,hop 'and a'bell man. "Any hick from vhe sticks, he puts it, can grab a suitcase ' \ and be a bell, boy. You' become \ i a belt man 'when you realize the ' and baby, important .thing, is to k^ep the guest happy." . His biggest tip? An automobile from a guest (whom he won't name) who had to leave town suddenly and liked Johnny's service. The egg of the common housefly may hatch in as short a time as six hours after It is laid. Australia's coastline, including Tasmania, is 12.210 miles long—241 miles longer than Ihe seaboard of United Statc.s. devotional being given by Mrs. W. L. Green. Mrs. Green's topic "The Closed Door." Mrs Billy King, president, pre _ — - . sided over the business . i e.ssio Slreet WSCS Monday afternoon j with reports being made bv various when the group met "at the church "Jesus Calls Us" was the hymn used to open the meeting with Ihe officers. The dismksal prayer was given by Mrs. Green. ''. Mrs. McDaniel Hostess i To La Petite Club " Mrs. \V. P. McDaniel was •hosle:-s . to members of LaPetite Club ycs- i. terday at her home for a dcs-scrl , bridge. ' Chrysanthemums arranged In ; potlery vases decorated the rooiav . of the McDaniel home. Mrs. Eric Whitley won hiyh and '. Mrs. Neal Gessell second. I -- Two Guests Meet j 1 With Club Eight I ' Mrs. H, G. Partlov.' entertained: ' members of Club Eight and two: . guests at her home yeaicrday.; i Guests were Mrs. Marvin Nunn and ;~Mrs. Ralph Nichois. j Bouquets of chrysanthemums and ' asters were placed throughout the ':, home. ": In the game Mrs. Paul Jobe won , high <*nd Mrs. C. C. Langston scc- ^ onri high. During the afternoon Mrs. Part% low served a dessert course. ? The hognns snake ot the United • States is absolutely harmless but ^ pretends to be Ilerce and ttonger- , ous. MY MOM MOWS WHWS 8lS7f Ye* m'am! Everytlme R liua lire 1* needed for n child, Symj of Black-DrftUghLtB given by ^fott^ PM who really know. Syrup of Black Draught I* plewanMaitEng'. CMtdrcr, never bacV away or fuss about taking It. TuVen u directed Syrup of Black- Draught usually relieves sluggish con- utipnilon due lo too much eating between meals or (o other normal children'* )r- rcpitiir!lle3. Synip of Black-Draught I: A pure, efficient product made by nmntifarturer known for four generations for QuftlHy preparations. Buy Syrup of BlacK-Drdujrnt today. Say Syrnn ot BUck-Draurht at jrour OF SONGS" Feoturing Atlanta, Ga.'s own TWO LEE ROY ABERNATHY—SHORTY BRADFORD The "Gospel Boogie" Boys versus McDonald Hros. 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