The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1943 · Page 3
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THURSDAY,- MAY -20,- 1943 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.X, COURIER NEWS i PAGE THREE DUTCH TREAT ! 1'AKTY IS filVKN , KM MKMHKKS, (iUKSTS Mrs. Haleigh Sylvester and Miss Cora l.ce Colrmnii were hoslos-ses to members of Ihe 1'asl Malrons and Past Patrons Club.of the Order of the Kasleru Star, when they entertained last night at the.Raleigh home. Vases of roses were used to. decorate the living room where rummy wns played during the sot-iul liour following Ihe business meel- liiB. Priws in the rummy Barnes were awarded to Mrs. Lillian Alford and (o Ca|)l. Martin. DurliiB Ihe business meeting, presided over by Iht"' president, .Mrs. Alfovd '• Mrs. Belli! Coiieland, Junior nalroni was initialed into the club. Refreshments of strawberry shortcake and tea were served by the hostesses, with Ihe refreshment, plates having favors made of film- drops In the patriotic theme. Present for the affair were- 15 numbers nnd several guests, Including Captain and Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Dodge. Mrs. Clhdys Mil IT. worthy matron of-the Eastern Blur, and Juanlla Eberdt. • . * • P. E. O. CHA.'TEIt TO MEET AT IIOMK'OF MKS. CKKiCKIt. Chnpier N of Ihe P. E. O. 'fils- lerhood will meet at 12 o'clock Friday al the home of Mrs. Chnrles Crlegcr. with Mrs. J. J. Plckrcn as cohosless. After liineli lhl.< group .will BO lo the llccl Crosi bandage • room for surgical (Ircr^- hiE work. CONTRACT Cl.llll .MKETS DICKINSON Mrs. Eugene Dickinson wns hostess lo iiieuibcrs of the Wednesday Contract Club when she entertained yesterday afternoon at her home. Only guest in addition to -.club members was Mrs. Ray Williams of Byhalia, Miss., hoiisegucst of the hostess. noses and pink and blue cornflowers were used (o decorate the Illvng room-'where bridge was played. Titos were awarded lo Mrs. V. G. Holland for high score, Mrs. E. P. 'lilomeyer for second high, and to i\lrs. Williams for guest. The hostess served a dessert course. MKS. WILLIAM UOI.EN HAS (11JKSTS WITH Cl.llK Mrs. Chnrles Kenny, Mrs. Ken- nelli Robertson of Memphis, Mrs. W. 1'iiul Peinebakcr of Ci'ftwfords- ville, Ark., and Mrs. Prank VVhll- woiili were"gtiests of Mrs. Willlinu Uolen when she enlerlnlned the A.C.C. Club yesterday afternoon at her apartment in the Goff Hole!. . ' Roses and other Summer flowers vcrc used throughout llic rooms where the guests played bridge. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Elljert Huffman with second nigh to Mrs. Whltworlh. The hostess served n dessert course at the conclusion of the liimes. • • • MRS. WILLIAM KOCH HAS 400 < l.im Mrs. William Koch was hostess to the 400 Club yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. 8. Yntes, with Mrs. M. L. lienson us the only guest. Bed rose.s mid white daisies were used throughout tlie rooms where Die uuesls played Liverpool rummy. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Joe MfSlure, with Mrs. Lafayette May winning the second prize. .For rerrcshmcnts the 'hostess served a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. * * * AIRS. KUI'ERT CRAFTON 1'KKSKNTKI) 1'. T. A. GIFT Mrs. Huperl Crnflon, retiring president of JLange Parent Teachci> Association, was presented ft Gift Tuesday afternoon when the group nut for the final session of the year, as a token of appreciation for. the work she lias (tone. Mrs. Crafton has served the groupf as president for the past four years. TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB HAS 3 GUESTS Mrs. F. L. Engler, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mis. Cecil Wroten played bridge with the Town and Country'club yesterday afternoon when Mrs. O. W. McCrntchen entertained at her home. In the bridge games, high score was awarded to Mis. Wroten, with OVAL in shape! dr.s. James ond high. Light refreshments were served i( I lie conclusion of tin 1 games. * * • »INNI.;K AND mum;i: vr wiu.cn HOMI: Mr. and Mrs. l.oy Welch ontr-r- tulned with a dinner parly for I a, uesday nlyht at their holm-. The tliree small tables where the Iwo-coura 1 dinner was Kr-rvi'd held hud vases of blue corn flowers and pink splrea, A crystal bowl filled with pink roses and oilier mixed Spring flowers formed the i-entei piece far Ihe dining table. In the bridge games, hliih score liriv.es were awarded lo Mrs. Doyle [lenderson anil HussoH RUT. Ica Given At Loachvillc 'For Miss Ki.illi.-yn Gill LKACI1V1I.I.U. Ark., May 20.— liitci-rsl was (-entered tmlay on Iho formal lea Riven by Miss Dorothy HoUnson of KeaclH'llle, hon- (irhiK Miss Kallnyn dill, (launder of, Mrs. ,1. 11. Gill of Ueil. wluiH' marriage to I,lent. John Stevens Jr. £nrly In June will he one of Hie most Important nuptials of Karly Suinmer. East View Acres, the conntry hcme. of Dr. and Mrs. A. I!, liob- inson of Leaehvllle, was the Kath- eriiif! place ol over 100 guests from all parts of Mississippi County this nflenionn from 2 to 4 o'clock. In (he receiving line were llic honorce, Mrs. Gill, mother of the btJde-eH-et, Mrs. Stevens und Miss Robinson. ^.The entertaining rooms were profusion of Summer (lowers with the large mirror over the mantle forming a background for vases of (link rosebuds, placed on cithei side. The lace drnued table held crystal bowl of pink rosebuds. Crystal candelabra with pink lapcrs completed (he centerpiece. Mrs. Robert Bryant presided ill ie'tea table. Assisting her were. Mrs. Fred Alexander, Mrs. S. K. Cinrrelt. Mrs. I-eKoy Carter, Mrs. Earl Wlldy, Miss Connie Wallace, Miss Oma Hodges. Mrs. ' Willis Hcrmlon and Mrs. II. It. Howard. A musical program consisting of piano and vocal selections by Mrs. Stanley Hancock, Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. Arrington Pickens was liven as the guests gathered. Miss Catherine Miller and Miss Vcra Ward presided over the guest book. Mrs. llobinson assisted her (laughter in greeting and entertaining the gui'sls. Bits of News Mostly Pet-tonal F DStES FAST, MEITS IESS SwcciHean's OVAL CAKB bjrtly [ouches \vci sojp djsli. Air djies il j,nl. Slays (irrn, s less, USTS LONGER! fART-SOAP, PART-JEllY Many square soaps lie flat in wci soap dish. Ktsult: gooey layer of "jelly" . . . on'i dry (juickly. Melting is waste! SWEETHEART THE SOAP THAT AGREES WITH TOILET SOAP YOUR SKIN. Mrs. U. R I'olter nml Mrs. 0. li CollliK were called to l.lllli; (dick ("day on iimmni uf tho serlmis Illnesk uf their brothrr-lii-lnw O 'I'. llhMtsue, wlu> is III nt St. Vln- fent'.s llasjiltal there. Mrs. A. K. Ciilcllff mid ehlldren, MelKsii Ann-and Murllui 1/niLw of Ainnry Miss, lire ' I he guests o: Mrs. Oulellfl's parenl-s, Mr. nni 1 Mrs. M. p. llrnsvnlee. uf Doll. • Mr. and Mrs. llollmn Mulfon returned lo liieir lioino til Oak .'nil;, 111., today atler spendlnu sev- 'I'nl days here us the ifiii'sls uf Mr mil Mrs, M. It. lileut.. Clareneo Webb of Canil lvhiKKloiii), la., will urrlvc tpdii; lor a visit with his parents, Mr nil Mrs. I'Yank Wehh und ollie relntlves, ' >.. Mrs. .1. I,.-Pelersiin of Chatln noouii, 'renn., arrived Tuesday fr. a short visit-with lir-r sisters, -Mrs. l.anlcr Keed, Miss Aussie Hood, nn<l otlur relatives, Corp. HOSIT S.ilil>:i,' who Is sla- tloned al Turner 1'leld, Albany, Clu., arrived today for'a visit with his Klster, Mrs. A. G. Shlblcy and finiilly. -.. " . Mrs. Charles Kenny, Mrs. Kenneth Roberlson of Memphis and Mrs. W. I'aul 1'cmebaker of Craiv- fordsfllle, Ark., returned .lo tlit'lr IIOIIKS today afler havli'i|> vLsIM Mrs. William Uoleii for several (lays. Mrs. I'eihebnker Is Mrs. Dolen's slsU'r. Mrs. K. L. Sloekctl, and Mrs. .1. A. Cialens spent yesterday in MenipliV';. Mrs. John Hen Ilomar'and son Johnny arrived loilny froih Miami, Flu., for several weeks visit with Mrs. liomar.s parents, nr. und Mrs. I.. 11. Moore. Mrs, W. K. Wands and son Bill arrived lodny from pine IBIuff, where Mr. Francis Is slulioncd In Wlien li\klni! Invenlory of your iiHisohold i;ootls, ivllh nn eye In ulni; ' some Unit would ordl- uirlly be consigned to Mm I'lillbiiBi nit- uf llu 1 first tiling to consider i your bed sheets, The best "li'sUni;" lililtl for sul- vniilnu u worn sheet Is In hold II H> in tin 1 Iliihl. Tlu'i'i 1 , yon i|Ulck- i.v t';in see where thi! tensile <ttvni;th Is sllll Inlnel. Usually, Iho gtiod purls nre found along Iho s, lop and hollom—purls which me usually lueked under the liml- s, liiiiB Miesi- seellons, you cnn frequently sulvaue stl'l|xi al h'llsl 20 Inches wide which mv much loo i;uoil fur dust clnlhs and nvo easy lo convert Into prai-llcnl, churiii- liiti llllle Biirniente for yonncsters. These Irli-ks of inukeovi'i 1 nuitilc uvo Civally ulded and nbellril by n practlcnl pattern, your sewing nia- chtni 1 and ils attachments, l\ir Instance, you cnn make a III Me (iirl's ii|)iun niul foliar oel In which is caplnied nil the splu mid ripim ([iiallly we admire In Iho llollniuler'ii' way of living. '1'he apron can be iniide with u bulton- oii, i-riss-fiiKii collar or with n trim, rulftcil-edge sailor collar. You run rjct n simple, piitlern which i;lves full Instrncllons lor nillliw out thu ».ipron und bolh lype.'i of c-ollar. I'lii'ii, If you are not nn cxpe- rlencrd seamstress,, apply lo your liicul .sewlnc cenler to lenrn, in n fe\v slmiilo wurdino lnulijet Ics- ^on.",, how to apply the embrokler- oil banding and milling In a truly professional milliner. The iipron piitlorn comes In 1!, II, -I, fi and (i- yeur-old si/es. Sirnplc-Patlerii linables You To Salvage Dainty Apron Set From Worn Sheet The ('liiuinlnf; '. Jill !.• Dutch JJ M ilr.lit cnn iniiile front Ihf "fiood" |iur(5 , uf u worn, oUI slioet by any ' Bi'U'lnf. novice, 'I'll! 1 t'I'ISS-l'IOSS Dutch cullui' Is piadc lo billion i on, Von can ! jive variety (» die outfit iiy inaidiiK col l,i r : Oiut (Mn lie nnclmrcil lo the IH-rUliiH' of any dress anil oc- rasloiiiill.v siili- ' .slltnie foe Iho trlss-cross collur, All you need (0 do is lo fol i loiv simple im defense work. visit with At The Hospitals AV.-iHs-liiispital ••"* Admilled—- Mrs. George Ingrain, city. Dismissed — Mrs. Kale Filipjio, city. Rsocoe Sears, city. lUylheville ilnspilal Admitted— Bobby Wheat, city. Mose Koontz, Luxorn. Mrs. AHon Kifer, Hunter, Mo. DLsmiMcd - i Mrs. Ed Miller nnd twin daughters, RL. 2. Joe McKinnies. Lnxora. Mrs. Clarence Blnkcly, city. Mcmiiliis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. T. J. Myrick, Porlageville, Mo. Mrs. Mose Lilly, Crii'UUiersvllle, Mo. hi-r parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Mlllc and fitmlly for several weeks. Mr.'and Mrs. l>. K. icooluy left lodny for Slloam BpriiiBS where they will visit their KOII.V the Rev. W. p.. Coolcy und fumily. 'Iliey will be accompanied as far as Mansfield.. Mo., by Mr. cooley's mother, Mrs. Eiuinu niirney, who lias been.visiting for several days wllh the Cooley family. Scrgt. A. H. Wallace arrived tlilii morning from Sioux Clly, Iowa, lo spend a week's furlough with Mrs. Wallace. They will go lo Memphis Sunday for u .few days visa with relatives there, before Sergeant, Wallnce leaves for duty. " Mrs. Ray Williams of Byhalia. Miss", is spending the week here ns (he guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Dickinson and family. Mr. and Mrs. J.'Mcll Crooks Jr. spent yesterday In Memphis with her mother, .Mrs. J. 'H. Smart, Jr., who Is 111 at 'the Baptist Hospital lliere. S. J. Quick of Dallas, Texus Is ending two -weeks with his •nighler, Mrs. W. o: Anderson of rinorel. . • -'• niul (:ilu- udviin: l:ig-« nf :i feiv I "how-to" war time suns local < Icis, Inoludinr; I learning atmiil tin- m;lj;li: rulfltv ! ul(:H'liiiH-nt 1'nr ; your , Dull til Ihat nadc of tiny gum drop* In 1 p»»and tied on' small, 1 whit* dolliC8 with blue and white lib- ion. '.. . . . ; A MKi Connie Wallace assisted] In serving. •. \ I Mawni Mett T«u|ht Mnsonlc 1/xlge: will' m«'et>,, 7 30 tpnlKht, at Iho liall on. ; Second' and Main. There will 1 be woili irt'tile Master I/odge. ' Invitation was cxlc-nded-.to all Masons, ':••••'' Social Calendar TOIDAY'S EVENTS ,<).H.O, Clul) moeling Ulth Mrs. T., ','Jnckson. i ,- , • .. NOW Cream Deodorant •.*«,.»• safely ^^f^v Stops Perspiration " ' X. Docs net /otfJrcsu's 01: men's shim, -Docs not imi*(e Am 2. Nnwjiiuigtodt), righi alter slicing Keeping Up With The Men In Service rfc. Rrynnt Stewart, nlatloned Hi aheppard Field, Texas, has- writ- leu his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dry- ant Stewart ,ol Ihc Interesting Jodeo singed at Wlcliltn l'"alls, recently. The 10-gallcin hats as well ns cowboys und girls were iinile a novelty to a boy from the Delta region of the South, he said. The street, dance which lasted all night was the crowning event. A brass linnd ill one end of the street with a string hand at the other, furnished music for every man woman and child dressed" for the occasion ami participating In the event, Word has been received by Mrs. J. 1). l.orlo that her husband, Corporal IjOrlo lui.s arrived safely In North Africa. Charles Anderson, nelly officer.^ 3c, wns transferred from-,MilllnB- loh, Tenn.. lo Norfolk, Va.', after spending n short leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson of Armorel. Bvklol'.lect Is Honored Al Parly Given Tuesday I.KAGIIVII.I.ft' Ark., May M. — Mrs. W, li. iiorndon and Mra. ,y. K. Clurrell entrrtnlned \vilh u bunco party honoring Miss Kalhryn Cllll, hrldc-olect, of l.leul. John M. '(evens Jr., pn Tiiiiscliiy evenlnn il Die ilcrndon home?. hif color sidiciiu! of pink, hluo mil white was carried out In the ullles, wrapping of prl/.o.'i mid glfls. GOtD CROSS SHOES,,', FAMOUS >6* OVE« JO TEARS AS RED CHOSS'SHOES '•" GOID CROSS SHOES ..7FAMOIJS>O«' . Bring in your busy feet t X: . Step out in Softy, Young Dash out In -tKese .'famous ( ping -Esercisers „ and know, yhjr they're-*, jooast-hxoast jensab'on f Soft, flexible,-arch'-cu'ddling...tKey; nuke yout 'feet feel as young as they'll look,/Amazing values. The family Shoe Store leu 312 W. Main Phone 23-12 • ooio cross SHOB ;• W. 0. W. Meeting Set Woodmen Of the World will meet tonight nt the hull on Fifth nnd Main for drill iiraclicc. Save A Dollar! Or 2 On These Men! Special Purchase Men's Slacks Tlmt Should Sell For $5.98 nnd $C.9B. ulsd und In Ihellinvcr.iwlilphvvere plncod IhroiiBliuul Hie enterlul'ilni! room, 1 !. In Iliu Binne.i iilnycd ul Iho seven Inbles, liljjh nrorn |irl/c wns nwiirdeil to Mrs. O, M. Mortjiui of lllythuvllle ivllh Mrs. Homer Strom! winning low. A do/.iMi In: ton Uliisso.i In her cryslul pntlorn were IH'Ciu-nlril lo .\M:c; Cllll us u v\tl from llioso pri-Hi-nl. Tin) hoslessi-ii served :i Oe.iflfvt. coiin«! for ri'tro.shniiMit.'i. l-'nvom wero iiiliiliilim- Inlili-'s lioui|iicl.s, t lo) diyi,]'icvciits(mo; J, A j.i(rf,' utiltc, siimtcss vatiMilisg cttam, 5. Awarded Approval Sol of tmtitutcof Ltiihd<r. fo( bcifiK Kaiuilcsi to Aunmtncinft Openiiifi of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots A callable I'or Informiiiiou ('nil Holt Funeral Home I'hone 571 The Miracle In Permanent Waving! t . COM) UAV, ihft modern, II Ik' w;m-. No . heul—No ua- chinnK. Drop hi for details, , MARGARET'S 15KAUTY SHOP ' 104 S. First •' Phone Z5J! 4 98 • SPUN KAVONM • FINE CORDS • SHARKSKINS » (iABAKIUNKS • IIAWKSKINS Plain or pleal«d models, many wllh nipijcr flys and mulching bell. 1 ;. Solid col- ors, sl.rlpcs, novelties, plaids f and checks. 817,153 29 to -42 Waist, ALTERATIONS I'lUX! HUY ON-GRAIIKH'S LAY-AWAY PLAN! Mix 'Em... Or Match'Em!: Men's Cool Sanforized SLACK SUITS K.isily \Voith 11)1 Til S1I.IIK 7 98 I.ONC! OK SHOUT SI-KHVIi STYLUS l.oni; sleeve rayon crejie shlrls wllh miilclihiK or con- Irnsliny poplin sliit-ks. Al.so .short sleeve mulching shlrls nnil pnnls of poplins ami .sharkskins. si7.i:s BINGO :ci;o:»Hh , , ' Farm Products As 1'ri/cs. 8 p. ni. Thins., May 20 Legion Hut ., Sponsored -by County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs The Largest Selection In Town! Men's Straw Hats J49 i ir/ Contmnoos Shows Every Day ",! Box Of Bee Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:06 * ' LISTEN TO KLCN ^ 9:00 ii.ni. 12:45 pjn. 4:» pjn. Worlli $1.98 STRAWS SPLIT STRAWS IIANKOKAS COCOANUT J'AI.MS, etc. Genuine leather sweats, plnln or fancy pugnreo sash unnds. SIZES: to Thursday and Friday 1ENNESSEE JOHNSOf VAN HEFLIN -BARRYMORE/ RUTH HUSSEY MURIORIE HAIKX REGIS TOOMEY Para mount Nem A Selected Sb«rt«> ROXY ln Night Erery Nlfht . Satndiy. B»T Office Opieru £:4S ' Sh«w Start* T-M • Sbnn B*t. umt Thursday and Friday,

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