The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1948 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 Mrs. O'Keefe Entertains G. E/0. Club, Guest ' A Mrs. W- H. O'Kcefe was hostess lit her home j'estcrday to membeis of the G. E. O. Bridge club and one guest, Mrs. James Nelson Parks, When bridge games were played during the afternoon, 'prizes were won by Miss Jettye Huffman, high «nd Mrs. joe Evrard, bridge, Entertaining rooms of the home held... attractive arrangements of) lilacs 'and other Spring flowers. The hostess served» R dessert course with Iced drinks. , » • • . Cocktail Party Given In Mirror Room of Hotel Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster were host and hostess last night when they entertained with a. cocktail i»rt r In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble complimenting their guests. Mr. and Mrs. John y McDoiignl of San Francisco, Calif. There were 80 gufcls present. Hors d'oeuvrcs. canapes anil other assorted party foooX added to the attractiveness to the refreshment table, which was covered with a white linen cloth. White tapers burning In crystal holders completed the decorations of the table. Azaleas" and other mixed Spring Miss Jane Castlio's Marriage Is Announced flowers, were attractively arranged in the/ballrpom. ' Out of,town guests Included Mr. »hd Mrs, Joe Kahn and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Gmth Caslilo today announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Jane Castllo to Rube Reynolds Car.ion, soti of Mr. nud Mrs. Ebb Horner Cnvsou. The ceremony was solemnized, Tuesday, November 11, at the Hcr- Mrs. Robert Kntbert of Hayti Mo " alldo; Methortfst Church, Hernan- Mr. and. Mrs. Crews Reynolds and cl °' Mlss " wllh Bits of News Mr and Mrs. Lyman Reed of Ca- Tuthersyjlle, Mo. : I. • • • <•• Business Meeting Held " B> Baptist W. M. U. : 'Hie ^Women's Missionary UnEon '£ of the First Baptist Church met ff yesterday.afternoon, 2:30 o'clock at the church for a business meeting. "_••'. Mrs.'. -Lloyd Stickmon gave the devotional and the closing prayer was given by Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Mrs. -W. Marion Williams presided : over the : business meeting 1 which 55 members attended. Mrs. .McDowell Entertains St. Stephens ; Auxiliary Mrs] vJ.'D. McDowell entertained members; of the Woman's Auxiliary ot St. ; St«phen's Episcopal Church lust night jit her home on Highway 61 South. The meeting opened with prayer Irtven by Mrs. Ella Payne, devotional chairman. Mrs, XX O- Hardaway, president, n-as in charge of the routine business session when reports pf various committees were given and plans discussed for a book review to be givcrv'cc&Iy in June. Mrs. Payne dismissed Hlie group with prayer. '-.. : iDuring the social hour which followed, Mrs. McDowell served a dcs- «rt course -with coffee. the pastor of the church officiating. Brj'co /Lnyson of Dlytheville was their only nttendnnl. Mrs. Carson wns graduated from Blythevillc Hlfh School where she participated in school activities. She attended Lonsinnn State University, Baton Rouge. La., and the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where she pledged Chi Omega Sorority. She is nlso a member of the Alphn Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi of lilythcvllle. Mr. Carson \vas graduated from Harrison High • School, Harrison, Ark., mid served two and one half years with the United Stales Army. Alter his idschaige, he attended the University of Arkanr-ns, wfiere he pledged Pi Jcappa Alpha Fraternity. He Is new branch manager of the Retail Credit Company here. The couple will make their home here. Meeting, Luncheon Held By Presbyterian Women Wesleyan Guild Meets At Methodist Church Mrs. Harry W. Bradley Jr guest speaker ' ' the Wesleyan The Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church met al the church yesterday for nn auxiliary officers training class and a. I o'clock luncheon. Mrs. J. Layton Scott, wile or the Presbyleriiui minister in West Memphis was iii charge of the class assisted by Mrs. Eva Bellis, also ol West Memphis. Devotional was given by Mrs. Ross Stevens. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. Ebb Spradley nnd Mrs. L. S. Hartzog. Luncheon WHS served buffet style fror.i a tabla covered with an ecru lace cloth centered with a striking arrangement of lilacs flanked by at the meeting of j white tapers burning In silver hold- Guild of the First crs - Tne individual tables were cov- Mrs. John P. Field Is In Memphis with her mother, Mrs. Malcoltn Vondaran of Helena, who underwent a major operation there yesterday morn I UK at Baptist Hospital. Among those who will be In Memphis tomorrow to attend the opera r,a Travlata, Verdi, at Ellis Auditorium are Mr. nnri Mis. B. A. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Khby. Mr. «nd Mix C. M. Smart. Mr.!. Lloyd Sllckmon, Mrs. W- A. Affllck, Mrs. W. L,. Horner, Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. O. W. Atflick, and Mrs. Charles Penn. Mrs. Fred Bean spent the weekend In Bntcsvllle with her daughter Mrs. John Nicholson and Mr. Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harding arc the parents of a son born Friday at Walls Hospital. Their first child, he has been named James Howard Harding II. Mrs. Harding Is Ihe former Miss Bessie Sue Arwood. Cndet Marlon Randolph Smith, student at Columbia Military Academy, Mo., spent the weekend here as guest of his mother. Mrs. Jewel Smith and his grandmother, Mrs. M. O. Goodwin. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gregory of Si, Louis, were the guests yesterday of Mr. and Mis. W. S. Langdon. Mr. «nd Mrs. John P. McIXmgal of San Francisco. Calif, arrived Friday to spend several clays with her sister, Mrs, P. D. Foster, and Mr. Foster. was Methodist Church last night, when they met at.the church at 7:30. She eliose for her subject "Rural Churches." I Following the. program- Miss Eutopia Whltworth presided over the Business meeting at which n report was made on the Conference Meeting held in Walnut Ridge last month.' Tenative plans were also made for the district meeting which 1« to be held here the latter part of this month. The devotional was. given by Miss Iva Seay. .Miss Whitworth, hostess, served refreshments of a dessert course to the members and.two guests Mrs Bradley and Mrs. Rex Warren. Business Meeting Held By Methodist W. S. C. S. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon. 2:30 it the church for a business meeting. ; Mrs. John Miles Miller gave the devotions: entitled "Power of Gods Spirit", and Mrs. George Pyles presided over the busine-ss meeting. A report, was given on the Sla'c Conference, which was held in West Memphis last month by Mrs Jamc= Hill Jr. and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart gave report on the District Conference, 7/hich was held In Joncsboro last week. • » • At The Hospitals , Rljthevtlle Hospital Dismissed: Johnny West, city- C. R. Middux, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed:! Mrs. Elsie Koehler. Dell Mrs. Willie Shelton, city. Mrs. John Sparks, Manila. Mrs. Gene Poole, Steclc. ered with white linen cloths and Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday B. H I. M. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Leon Schcr- er. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Haskcl! Blantten- shlp. B. R. C. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. G. V. Dav.'s. Thursday Mli-Week Club meeting at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Friendly Eight Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Jack Mathcny. Club Eight meeting al the home of Mrs. Paul Jobe. Thursday Luncheon Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Rnsscil Phillips. Thursday Night club meeting -it the home i>[ Mrs. W. A. Stickmon. . -Thursday Contract Club bc-ing entertained at the home of Mrs. G. E KKk. Jolly Eight Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold Henson. Mrs. Oertie Hawks will be hostess to members of the Fidelis Class ol the First Baptist Church at her home for a covered dish dinner at 7:00 p.m. Mrs. caurtill and Mrs. L. R. Rice are co-hoste.yies. Friday C. B. C. Club being entertained TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1948 Slim-Lined Togs Subtract Pounds ic above pictures, the s:irtic model is posed in the "wroiijj" ami "riclif choices ol' dollies lo prove Hint new look fashions can innkc a woman appear plump or slim ami older ur younger llun In-; years. ,N'o( c how much more slender and younger tlie model looks «'hen she clanged the liip-drupcit dress and, wiclc-hrimmcti hat. Ictl. for the slim- illcil bolero dress anil ipswepl profile hut. magnify size hat massed varl-colorcd flowers Is a bad choice for llic model because the wide brim and shallow crowii create a horlnojitnl line which creacs the effect of cutting down costniiie hear height. The siloes Kith Instep 5 | rc d for straps are wrong because they have a forc-shortcjilng effect upon feet find legs. As shown here, these underpinnings c.-U! be magnified by too-pale stockings. The gray bolero-effect crepe dress, right, is slenderising because slimly-fitlcd, slanting lieii on the skirt have an elongating effect on the model's figure. The bolero provides n --slumc device for masking the bustllne and revealing a figure-defining waistline. Gray, the color of this outfit, has a minimizing effect upon sb.e. The upweut profile hat of white eyelet embroidery was chosen for its elongating effect on the model's face and figure. Stock- Ings In R gray tone almost mulched to the dress and black classic pump* help to keep the color line of the unbroken, si I in ness. which Is d«LOOK OUT FOR PIN WORMS Recent mediral ztparia rertt] th*L *a mm&tins number of children (and crown- on too) may IK- victim* of Pin-Wom*— often without eoipectine what f* wrouirt And these pesls, living in§Id« the huau body, can cause real diatreM. So watch out tor the wsrnfnc »ffM Oifct DIET mean fin-Worm*— Mptcrtltir tk* •ffFravatinjE rectil itch. Get MYHl'S P-W ami follow the direction!. f-W is the Pin-Worm treatment 4cr*I- €>pt4 in the litxirftloriet ot Dr. D. Jayo* * Son. after y«ar» of pxtEcnt r«Mtrch. Th* •mall, e&sy.lo-Uke f-W tabled act in a jpecial way to remove I'ln-WoiMM. Ask your tUuwjiit; F-W for P REMOVAL NOTICE We arc moving our office to rhe Anthony build- ing, located at 115 North Second street. FIRST NATIONAL s INSURANCE AGENCY Bill Wilson Charles Bittner Phone 2311 NKA Staff Writer You'll find yourself pounds heavier and years older if you allow "new look" fusions to amplify curves which arc already We the Women centered with lilacs. Hand painted I at . l . hl j homc ot Mrs - °- °- Elklns Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Wallace. Friday Bridge Club members meeting at the homc of Mrs. Monroe Grain. Woman's Chib having "Bring .\ Dish Luncheon" at the clubhouse at 1 o'clock. Saturday Mrs. James Hill Jr.. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas entertaining at the Hill home cwmpllmcntinB Miss Camlllc Robinson, bride-elect at 3:30 p. m. 'jlacccardi of Spring flo\vers added to the decorations on the tables. Attractive arrangements of lilacs ind narcissus \vere used in the social rooms. Following the luncheon, the executive board members met /or the first meeting o( the new year wllh 19 members present. Mrs. L. u. Hartzog, president, presided. Junior Girls Present Play at Baptist Church _. . _ Civic Calendar Program for the Junior Girls! Tuesilaj- Auxiliary of the First Baptist! City Election Day. Church. Monday night, cenlered ': Army Day Celebration, around a one-net play, "In His ) Reserve Officers Association—7-30 Name.' 1 , p.m. .Members of the cast included I American Legion—8:00 p.m. Donr.a Dedmnn. Marilyn Doughcr- ! Wednesday ty, Ernestine Holt. Ell7.abelh Ann Fowler, and Linda Rnyctcr. Emily Sue Damon played a piano solo, and a reading. "Because In spite of all the lime and back- i breaking effort that, go« Into clean- i ing up a house the average woman get.s rid of only 34 per cent of the j dirt in her homc. Sixty-six per cent [ of it just gels shoved from one (ilarc i to another or overlooked entirely. So s.nys • a home economist, who has made a study of homc clean- i Ing methods. i Thai's pretty frustrating; news la ( hand women right at spring housecleaning time. Because a housewife always kids herself, when she rolls up her sleeves and pitches into the Job or thorough housecleanlng, that she in T going to gut everything clean nl once. : I That's the ngc-old belief back or : seasonal housecleniiing. : It's why women get thnt-' : housecleaniim gleam !n their eyes with every change of season and are willing :o shove furniture around and dig and -scour nnd scrub (or days. Further Frustration When it is all over they figurj they can fold their hands and look around with satisfaction on a house that is spotless. Convince them that when they clean they aren't getting rid o[ even halt the dirt in their homes, and 5'ou'rc going to frustrate them. And the poor housewife Is already frustrated enough with nil the criticism thnt has been aimed at her in the past few years. So don't make her face the fact that instead of getting rid of dirt, the greater part of the time she is only moving it from one place to another. ample. looking T f slrcamiiniiiB your figure u the aim In views in picking Easier finery, tnko lips from a style expert on what to select nnd reject. The advice of Mrs. David Roamai) stylist of a New York specialty I store which dresses customers to I minimizie thicr size. Is eagerly j sought by smarl women. I At our request, she dressed a| model in the "right" and "wrong" : new look clothes shown in the; photographs above. You can KCC the! results. Pounds arc lopped off a' women's figure, years off her ap-1 parent ace. j The purple crcpc hip-draped! dress, left, amplifies the taodcl's i proportions because the polor ami i Kiwanis club—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. of Thy Great Bounty" wns given by Mrs. J. A- Endcrlin. Girl Scouts Assist Tuberculosis Drive Members of Troop IV of the local Girl Scouts are assisting the Mississippi county Tuberculosis Association in the preparation ol etl- Mrs. Redman Attends Meeting in Little Rock Mrs. c, G. Redman, executive secretary for the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, Is 'in Utllc Rock today to attend the state meeting of County Tuberculosis associations. Murray A. Aur-rbach. executive ^unlinuous Shows Kvery Day rin\- Office Opens t:4n Sltow Shuis 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCS 3:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, and Wodncsday ANNOUNCEMENT The Ladies' Giillci of First Lutheran Church will meet Wcdncsdnv evening. Apr. 7, at 7:30 at the homc of Mrs. F. G. Reichcl. 1201 Hearn St. Mrs. WcMon Ncbcl will pro- sent the topic "Our Lutheran Mohammedan Missions." There are no;v more than 2.300,000 Boy Scouts In the world. A METRO-GOlOWYfl-MArtR PICTURE Selected Shorts Continuous Showing ill also speak. ' Twenty-two counties will be rep- ucational Information about tuber- '• secretary of the Indiana Tuoercii- culosls which will be sent out to j losts A.stoclation will be one ol the 3,000 homes In this area, principal speakers. Two girls will be in the tuber- Dr. A. c. Curtis, director of the culosis office each evening after I Arkansas State Health Department school until the literature Is ready for mailing. „ Mp r»««Tt dUlrett «l MONTHLY , FEMALE COMPLAINTS Ar<» you troubled by dislrcos ol (rinalr; functional periodic <llsuiro- Aiirrs? Does this matte you siiflcr from pain, frrl so ncia-oi^. tired — fU *uch times* Tlien DO try LvclLft E. rinkham's Vegetable Com pound (o rrlif-vc mtch symptoms. Pink ham's KM a. grand soothlHR etlccl on one of ifornan'a mojl important organs.' A good bearing scraper can be made of n discarded piston ring that has been broken tn half and the ends wrapped with tape. Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, April 7th, 8:30 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 '; AIlYteccfe Will Go For'Building School in B^ytheville Sponsor^ by the Ladies of riur Catholic Church SEE YOUR KAISER-FRAZER DEALER / Get A Hew Car RIGHT AWAY! IN BLYTHEVILLE IT'S "61" Motor Company (Home of "fil" Implement Company) North 6th Street Phone 2142 Uox Otlicc Opens 5:30 Shoir Slarts fi:lj Olicns Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:13 Continuous Slloiis Sa(. .t Sun. 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