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JtLYTHEVrLLE (ARK,) .COURIER NEWS Phone •1161 Mix Polly TWwell's Marriage Is Announced Mr*. Ellis Ropfr of L^tetta, today, announces the hi»rr!»ge ol h«r daughter, Miss Polly Ann Tid- V«U of, Blj-thevill<, lo CIar«ice N. Chunberlln, ion of Mrs. Clarence Ctumberlln sfr., of Blyt'heville. The s!n«le ring ceremony was Kdemiiized Saturday, March 27, at the Hernnndo Baptist Church, with ibe Xtv. M.*c; Whilton, pastor of- Hd»tln«r. -:.' . .„, ,. , . . , , The bride wore • suit fashioned of. tray gaberdine ; with black sc- c«t«orlM. She pinned n corsage o( vtute carnations at her-shoimler. Mrs. Kyle Jackson who served as mild of honor, wore an aqvia galj- erdlne suit with black accessories. Her corsage was of white carnal- laos. :ICyle Jackson sewed Mr. Cliain- Mrlin as best man. •Urs. Chamberlin was ErnrturUcci from Lore'tt* Hlsh School and fs now employed by the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. ,-Mr. Chamberlin is employed at Montcomery Ward and Company, here, where they will make their Club Is Entertained By Mrs Leon Scherer Mrs". Leon Scherer was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of the B. H. I. M. Club. When rook games were played, prizes were won by Mrs. Scherer, high and Mis. Fred Boyetlc Jr., second. Mixed Spring /lowers were arranged throughout entertaining jooin.s of the dome, The hosless served a desseit coarse with Iced drinks. • • * Mrs. Daws Entertains B. R. C. Club Members Mrs. G. V. Daws w- hostess at her home yesterday to members of Meeting and Luncheon Held By^ D. A. C. Members The Colonel John Martin Chapter of ithe Daughters of American Colonists met yesterday at the Noble Hotel tor their regular meeting and luncheon. Mrs. ;H. W. ^yylte, regent, presided during the meeting, at which time officers were elected 'for . the new year, Mrs. /Wylle, was rc-electcil regent, Mrs. §t»nley Barton, vice-regent, Mrs. A 1 . M. H. -Branson, .chnplnln, Mrs. Roland , Green, secretary, Mrs, JimesjjB, Clark, registrar, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, treasurer and Mrs E. M. McCall, historian. During the meeting, Mi-s. Clnrk »nd Mrs. McCutchcon gave reports on the state meeting they attended In Little Rock March 9. It was also announced at the meeting that Mrs. Philip Baldwin, a member ot the Blytheville Chapter, but who now lives In Little Hock, was elected ns sUte chairman of "Patriotic Ediicat Ion." Mrs. McCall was In charge of the program arid gave the story of "The Great .Seal of the United Stales of America". She discussed the origin adoption »nd the use of the Great Seal, also, the symbolic characters . • • • Mr. tievitch Is Speaker At B|ta Sigma Phi Meeting Harry H. Leyitch of DrleJus Jewelry Store was gtfest speaker at the Model iMeeting of, the Alpha Alpha Chapter if Beta 'Sigma- Phi •'Tuesday night at the clubroom in the City Ball. Mf. Levitch, ' who spike on jerifclry, was Introduced by MM Hoise Wfates, profcrarn Chairman ThlsjimeeUng. >-as Attended by the new rishees including Mrs.\O«orge Clark, |> Mrs. Howard Bowles, Mis? Wilm«, : Douglas, Miss Barbara Child, Miss ^«nces Sue Bright, Miss Mary S™ T ^? <1 Mi5S Rosan » Clevelnnd. Mrs. Otto Scrape, Mrs.' A, R : Olscn. Mrs, Houard Dcspllntcr and Miss Magazine Xenos are new rushces also but were not present at this mettiijg. During the business meeting, Jin»l plhru were made for the parly which the sorority will 'have Friday' night j;at the home of Miss Jan" McLeorl. The preterential tea, which *as fo have been held Sunday April 11, has been postponed until Sunda^, April 18. The]; Jtmndcr's Day Banquet, whlchjwill be held April 30, will be for thfc purpose of the initiating of new pledges and installation of ol- flcers.f Mrs.j I. R. Thompson gave a tall: on the meaning of Beta Sigma Phi. May Ann Fisher Is Hon< »red With Party Mart Ann Fisher, daughter of Mr «rd Mrs. Hpmcr Fisher, was honored yesterday when her mother t'i- t*rtainWl with « birthday party 'at tfielr home to celebrate Mnry Ann's birthday. During the afternoon when party jmmes^ere played, a prize was won Hf Jimmy Bratcher. Out! of town guests included the guest .of honor's brother, Corporal Arthur Lee Connor, who is on fur- from Japan, where he Is sta- the B. When Refreshments of birthday cake •nd lcet cream, -were served. : Offtce Opens 6:3» Sl»w Starts'.6:45 Opens.'SnruiAr i;*; starts 1:15 C«»W»r«««i Shows S»U Jb Sun. Bujjata Nlfhl ETCTT Night -!E»e»»t Satorda; • fcWMreil »n Sunday »t K«j Theatre . . rook games were played during the afternoon, prizes were won,by Mrs. Enrl Damon, high,Mrs. Albert Enderlln, second high, and Mrs. Russell Wert, rooko. Entertaining rooms of the home held attractive arrangements of lilacs, rosebuds nnd other Spring hostess served A dessert The course. Avalon Bunco Club Meets With Mrs. Blankenship Mrs. Hnsfccll IJlAiikemlilp was hostess at her homo yesterday to members ol the Avnloji Bunco Club. When bunco was played riurlnij the afternoon, Mrs. Raymond Shamlln won high, Mrs. Blankenship, bunco nn<I MrS. Eddie Ford Jr., low. Entertaining rooms or the home were attractively decorated with bouquets of narcissus, nnd while' nnd orchid lilacs. The hostess served a desseit course wKli iccct drinks. Blytheville Women Will Attend P.E.O. Convention Among lho.se from Blythevllle who loft loclny lo attend the P. E. O. Convention In Fnyctteville which will convene April 9 and 10 are Mrs. B. R. Lancashire, president of Chapter D, Mrs. H. H. Houchlns, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. R. F. Klrsh- ner, who is the chairman of the Educational Loan Board and who also will participate on the program. Mrs. Charles Crlggcr and Mrs. Bill Pease will be delegates representing Chapter N. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hqgue am. daughter, Ilnr.jina ot Cleveland, Ohio, me spending a week here ar. guests of Mrs. K. M. Eaton mid other friends. Mrs. Frank Long and Mrs. George Long of Braggadocio, Mo., spent the day here yesterday. Mrs. Donald A. Rogers and children, Patricia, Dan and David of Taylorvllle, III., are visiting her mother, Mrs, J. T., Lunsford and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Plait spent yesterday in Memphis, where they attended to business. Mrs. Ellen King of Detroit, Midi., is the guest ol her daughter. Mrs. L. D. Hurley »nd family. Mrs. Leroy Ross was admitted lo Walls Hospital this morning where she will undergo an apemiectomy. Her condition Is satisfactory. Curios Crawford left Monday for Torrance, Calif., where he will be , employed. Mrs. Crawford nnd son. Uiininy will Join him at the end of the present school term. Mis. Louis Rhymes, who 1ms been III at her home for several days, Is now able to be up. Mrs. Pearl Johnson lias returned to her home In Detroit, Mich after spending sei-crnl days here as gtiset of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fletcher King. Mrs. Cora Whltmarsh of Prescott, Ark., Is the guest of her sisters, Mrs..C. B. Lunsford and family and Mrs. Tom A. Little and family, Miss Ben Moore, who has been .!! at her home for several days, Is now able to IK; lip. Arkansas Club L*ad*rt Guests of Oiccofo Group MM. Robert M. Cheatham of Little Rock, president of Arkansas Federation of Women's CI ubn, was guest (•penker of the Osceola, Progressive Club for a luncheon meeting held In the home of Mrs. Tal Tongale Tuesday. Preceding the luncheon, members of the Junior Club pre- *e«ted a farhion show. Mrs. O. W. Knight was the prr>- ' sum chairman on -The American 11 Homes" and presented an art dls- ' play. Mrs. George Abrey and Mrs, John White assisted with the dia- pi»y. Other guests speakers on the program Included, Mrs. Morrel DC- Reign, of Carulhersvllle, Mo., president of Missouri Federation of Wo- mciiB' Clubs, Mrs. T. T. Mardis of Hanlsburg, state first vice president, Mis. W. E. N. Phillips of Fay- ettevllle, state second vice president, Mrs. P. J. Jackson, Hardy, stave treasurer, and Mrs. Earl Rhode-., Stuttgart, state parliamentarian. The luncheon was served from a large table covered with an Italian cut work banquet cloth, centered with silver bow) filled yellow tulips and white flowering peach. Silver services were placed at each end of the table froni which Mrs. Edward *"* Fashions * * THURSDAY, APRIL i, IMS Osceo/o P.F.O. Sisterhood Host to Blytheyilie Units Meeting Will Be Held By Blytheville Youths There will be a general meeting of all ttie youths of Blythevllle Churches of the newly formed council of Protestant Young People at the First Presbyterian church tonight »t 6:«. This group, sponsored by some or the Protestant Churches and (he "Y". is being organized In order that the young people can meet together informally and participate In and enjoy the fellowship of the various denominations .while undertaking worthwhile activities. Jim Lancashire was appointed temporary chairman at the initial meeting of delegates from the various churches. March 17. He ap- I pointed publicity, otnlna Truman Advisers Urge Caution on Price Controls WASHINGTON, April t (VP>— Some of President Truman's *dvls- «rs »re urging him to proceed cautiously on any plan to ask Congress for more than "stanttby" controls over terials- Hhnwn »bnvt aa ro r»* Hnwn »nvt aa pictured in th* April imut of Good Housekeeping niaxazine is ideal for Irirtllinf. Kot« Ih* rc»Udor- hieh fickef, the embroidered rum- mcrbund, the dropped nxklinr nf the Arena beneath. In (reen, n*ry f brown, or black: ri.von; size* 7 me laoie ironi wnicn Mrs. E<iwnrd brown, or black: rn.ron; siz<> 7 Teaford and' Mrs. Nathan Wein- In 15; about 135. Carlye Arnn. berg served tea and coffee. ! Duchtcs fabric. berg Other decorations used In the home were large bowls and tall IMS filled with Spring flowers, Out of town gucsls were: Mrs. Elizabeth C. Pierce, San Francisco, Cal., and Mrs. Clare Sullivan Ragsdale of Columbia, Tcnn. Other hostesses for the occasion Included. Mrs. a. L. Gladish. Mn. A. F. Spiese, Mrs. Ambrose Teafonl, , IMS u , memoers 01 tne Fidelis Class Mrs. E. A. Teaford, Mrs. Ed Tcaford. ] of the First Baptist Church at her Mrs. C. W. Watson. Mrs. Ed Wise- ! home for a covered dish dinner at man, Mrs. J. L. Williams, Mrs. A. F. ,1:00 p.m. Mrs. Caudill and Mrs L Williams, and Mrs. Nathan We!n- R. Rice arc co-hostesses berg. Frldiv Coming Events Social Calendar I Mrs. Gertie Hawks will be hostess to members of the Fidelis Class »a|e«, prices and ma- The Commerce Department, the Treasury and th« President's Council of Economic Advisers are watch- Ing closely for signs that the foreign aid program and new defense spending will push prices higher and aggravate shortages of such crucial maUrlals as steel. But so far they has not recom- mended.that the President ask for more control over prices, wages and materials than he did In his special message list November. At, that time, he asked for only standby power and said controls would be imposed on a selective basis. Congress so far has shown no disposition to enact even such a limited program. i The President and the cabinet; will take up the question of whe-1 Iher a new economic mobilization i plan should be launched when they meet tomorrow to discuss the «co- I nomlc council's'quarterly report. Dr. Edwin G. Nourse, the council ! chairman, said yesterday that the ' M.800,000,000 tax cut, ou lop of the foreign nld program and defense spending, has Increased the need for the powers the President de- ' manded last Fall. ' Sources close .to .the council said I however, that It sees no immediate I need for going beyond that point at present. Leader of Arabs Reported Killed Near Jerusalem Arab forces In the Jerusalem district, .IVM reported kilted today in an engagement at Kaslel. six miles west of Jerusalem. The report, so far unconfirmed by official Arab sources, was received from United press Correspondent Lcvon Keshlshian, who Is with the Arab forces. It said Hus- selni was "believed" to have been killed. Funds for Ships Sought WASHINGTON, April 8. (UP) — President Truman will ask Congress to boost merchant ship construction funds from »39,SOO,(X)0 to $100.000,000 for the next fiscal year, the Navy disclosed today. Friday C. B. C. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Wallace. Friday Bridge Club members meeting »t the home of Mrs. Mon- o'clock. .Saturday Mrs. James Hill Jr., gerly received, Uk« a Up from that grandfather and always put a little present inside. A dime takes c»r« of the kids. But you'll have to use a little more Ingenuity to Include a "gift" in the letters you write to adults.. A bit of praise will do It, or a story that will bring forth a chucKe. Good news In a letter I s also a gift to the receiver. Or genuine •,» warmth that makes the person who i! l nv it»d to gets -your letter feel that the wrl- ! • " Ir " fa fo ter really carts about him and what he Is doing. rift, they will alwtjft be opened eagerly. But If they aren't OMBMI »'Jth pJe»Mat juittclpcUoo br UM relative or friend who re«lvei them, then whtt't On good ot writing. i You Are Cordially i i i Some SutmUoiu i Sometimes the gift can b« a clip- : J „.„„ m-v i,<iv 1^«1J we K (J1IJ]~ , • Ping that .you know the one to !i whom you are writing will find In " The I* I Accessory Shop | terestlng or amusing. Sometimes, Ihe nicest thing you can send in a letter [ 5 the assurance that, shared pleasures of ihe past are remembered. But keep in mind that grownups, as well as children, like to find wmelhlng pleasant Inside when tncy open & letter. i • "••*' »-••—*•*•*•• .n*!** r So if your letter* carry a little !;„,.„___„__„.„ * Ftminin* Apparel { Mabel Hogan Jtgfie SrKe J Hotel Noble Bldf. { Blytheville, Ark. We the Women One grandfather r know always ! encloses a dim e In the letters he ! writes his young grandchildren. Without question he Is their favorite correspondent. If you want your own letters ea- ind Mrs. E.' ..i..i. uain^A nm iff., ana Mrs. EJ. • B. Thomas entertaining at the Hill ' home complimenting Miss Camille Robinson, bride-elect at 3:30 p. m. O of Osccola, entertained Chapters D and N of Blythevllle with' a lea from 3 to 5 p.m. yesterday in the home of Mrs. Hale Jackson. The tea table was overlaid wil'i Italian cut work cloth, centered with silver epergne .filled with yello.v roses flanked on side with white tapers In silver caudelabras., Mrs. Godfrey White and Mrs. L C. B. Young assisted Mrs. Jackson in receiving the guest,?, Thirty guests called during the afternoon. Stork on Overtime CARLSBAD, N, M. (UP) _ The, maternity \vnrd of the Carlsbad hospital got a good workout with the start of 1348. Within Ihrcc weeks, th- ••• were two sets of twins nnd one set of triplets. Nem >n« Short C«n(ln««n Showinf Every n»j At The Hospitals Btythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Ivy Smith, city. James B. Lloyd,'city. Blnnle Fleemiin, city. Charles Ray Lawrence, Manila. •Mrs. Joe RengHii, city. Mrs. C. E. Stevens. Huffman. Mrs. Cecil Downing and bnbv Manila. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Miss Joyce McGlaughln, Luxor* Mrs. Wilma Howcll, Manila Patricia White, Rle. 3, city. Mrs. Paul McCulchcn nnrt twins Steel e, Mo. Ing. Letters of Invitation have been —, „. ..., it.tL.t.n i,nye uecn sent to all the Protestant 'Churches, Inviting them to send their young people to this meeting. All those who are planning to attend the meeting are requested to make reservation for the evening meal with the Rev. Harvey T. KIdd, pastor ot the Presbyterian Church. Luxor a Mrs. J. W. Cady and Mrs. Gilbert Lynch were hostesses to-the members of- the Fidelis class of the First Baptist Churcn at Its regiilar monthly meeting Friday night at the social center of the church.' Miss Mnnile Permenter and Tommy Stanford, Beta Club members their Civic Calendar Thursday Rolary club — 12:10 p.m. Fire on Oil Tanker Brought Under Control NORFOLK, Va,, April 8. U)P)_ The 10,000-ton tanker Cattle Creek reported a fire aboard today In Chesapeake Bay but soon told the Coast Guard "there is no longer any danger and the fire Is under control." The me.«age from the ship said the fire was confined to a storeroom In the ship's' forward hold, Continuous Shows -•Kvcrj- Day Rox Office Opens IM5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:W a.m. 1Z:« p.m. p.m. Thursday & Friday THUNDER™ WHY .TECHN/COiO* Thomas, sey of Woodland, Miss attended the Beta Club convention In Little Rock Friday. Mrs. W. D. McClurkln and daugh- luum „, 111B !nlps . tcr. Cclla. of. Nashville, Tenn., are the Coast Guard said Ihe guests of her parents, Mr. and , The Cattle Creek was bound for ^R,v Powe " Rndr *--»ndP"e. n ts,. Baltimore with a crew of 42 and a lir\*« , ^' •?• T ' ^"i.- ' can! ° ° f crude °" wh * n " re broke .Mrs. R. j. Gillespie Sr. ^hail as j out near Smith point, Va about her guests for the weeke'ndT her j'60 miles' np Chesapeake Bay from daughter, Mrs. K. C. Davidson, Mr. \ Norfolk. Davidson and daughters. Alice Ann and Bobby Jean df Greenville. Miss. "~™ Mls.5 Virginia Bpwen. student of Mississippi College for Women, Columbus, W spending the Spring holidays with her parents, Mr.-and Mrs. Howard Bowen Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bradley formerly of Fort Worth are now making their home with her sister, Mrs. Auten cliitwood and Mr. Chltwood In Luxora. Mr. Bradley is an instructor of a veteran's clnss in agriculture. Mr. T. F. Hudson has as her Remember ROTHROCK'S For PRESCRIPTIONS r»hon« 4451 -HOT , FLASHES? . thru the 'unctlon.l *S" P. 61 ^ 10 * 1 Peculiar to wom- «: M in.)1 Dot* this m«k« jou (rom hot n.shM. ftei «, /„. h '5h-strun K . tlrwl? Thtn »o trf .. E ; P 5 nkha "''5 Vegetable Com: ? «?'«»«« «»ch symptoms! .m'i Compound also h»i wh»t call a stomachic tootc effect! r The Gibson—beautifully fitting version of fashion's high note, the double strap. See it in Life, Ladies' Home Journal—and here,} In Black Patent FAMILY SHOE STORE , 312 W. Main Sf. Phone 2342 Keep Colors New-Looking Malch-hright new styles slay • hiit way with regular C. & W. cleaning?;. Fabric experts determine the proper treatment, for c;tfh Rjirnvcnt individually, to assure K ood results. Colors and patterns emci'KC restored In their original charm — in sliit- covers and drapes us «•«!! « s clothing. C.&W. CLEANERS Ntw Phon. 4343 Pick Up and Delivery Service 300 South Division No Place For An Amatuer! A Cleaner must be a master of the situation, dependable in any emergency! A cleaner must know the Styles, Lines and Fabrics! A cleaner must know the Dye! A cleaner must know the Weave! A cleaner must know the chemicals! 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