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FOUB (A1K.V COURIER NEW! Phone 44C1 Taylor Home It Setting For Bridge. Luncheon i Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis of Tus- •aloosa, Ala., and Mrs. Walter Heard of Malvem, Ark., were out of town «uwt* yesterday when MM. • Albert K. Taylor, .Mrs. Blan S. peats' and Mr*. Joe P. Pride Jr., •ntertitoed with a bridge luncheon •t Mrt 'Taylor's home. Twenty( flght &u«6t» attended the affair. ; The luncheon was served at small tables, each centered with small bouquets of pansles. [ Wl»ea the bridge games were played, Mrs, spencer Alexander won high, Mrs. Dick White, second high j^nd Mrs. C. G. Bittncr, third. 5 The living room of the home and ether entertaining rooms held bou- ttueU of red roses, pansies, red carnation* and white feverfew. } ..*..-. t Mrs. Rector Entertains B. R. C. Club, Guests ' Mrs. Floyd Hector was hostess yesterday when she entertained mcm- « iWrs ol the B. R. 0. Club find three <>uwts, Mrs. Fred Boyett, Mrs. A. f Miller of Roseland and 'Mrs. Harry Bogan' at her home on Highway 18. , High score was won by Mrs. Boy- «tt In the rook games played with Mr*. Bva Poe winning second high »nd Mrs. Miller rcoko. 5 Attractive arangcmonts of Iris Jioneysuckle and other flowers dec- «rat»d the home. A low crystal bowl Billed with .pink rosebuds centered th» dining table. ' A dessert course with coffe« wss '•erred by the hostess. " * , * • •Weiner Roast Is Given For Methodist Class Mbi'lv* Seay and Mrs. Jack Owen were hostess last night to member* of the Seekers Class of the Km Methodist Church with a. wie.ier roast at Barfleld. Guttts other than members attending were Randall Hawks, HU•,red Bunch, Joe Humphrey and Miss Mamie TJ. Adams. ^ J - Bailey Is the teacher of the Clubs Are Entertained At Russell C. Farr Home Mr«. J. W. Adams Jr., Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mrs. Eddie Regenold and Mrs. Fred Fleeman were guests yesterday when Mrs. Hussell O. Farr and Mrs. Chester Caldwell entertained members of Thursday Contract Club and Tuesday Bridge Club with a two-course luncheon at Mrs Parr's home. The luncheon was served at Individual tables, which were centered with small bouquets of pink rose buds and blue cornflowers In crystal vases. When bridge games were played following the luncheon, prizes were won by Mrs, Hiram W. Wylle, Mrs O. W. McCutchen, Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Mrs. Fred Fleeman and Mrs. Adams. Attractive arrangements of Spring flowers were arranged Ihroughoiit the home for the occasion. • • • Mrs. Shane Entertains Mid-Week Club, Guest Mrs. Cecil Srmne wn s hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Mid-Wcek Club and one guest, Mrs. Harry Klrby, with a bridge-luncheon at her home on west. Main. Luncheon was served at individual tables, which were centered itorr««hmenU of hot dogs, iced cookie* and potato salad Bojnney Morse is Honored With Party By Mrs. Hays »€r». Hugh Hayi hostes She r with a party honoring Bonn«T Morw of orirter. During the evening, various card tame* were played by the guests. ' Vases of early Summer flowers *ere arranged in the home. Following the card games, the sandwlch PIate .• ' • • • Mrs. Van Cleve Hostess To Bunco Club Members Mr». with a striking arrnn t ol Mrs. O. shonyo and Mrs. W. H. Stovall !eft (ht« morning for Fay- ettcvllle, where they will spend several days as guests of Mrs. Stovill's son, W. H. Stovall Jr., and Mrs Stovall, Mrs. Herman cross returned ionic yesterday from the Memphis Methodist Hospital where she underwent a major operation two weeks ago. Her daughter, Mrs. E<i- ward Sengraves of Hightower, motored there for her and accompanied her home. I Mr. and Mrs- T. T. Seay are pending toiiay in Evansville, Ind. i Mr. and Mrs. James R. Fl*her are the parents of a son born Wed- icsclay, .May 12, at the Walls Hos- • Jltal. Thcli second child, he has I Jccn named Robert Calvin Fisher. I Mr. Fisher Is the basketball coach t Blythevlllc High School. ' Mr. an<| Mrs, W. Owen Blue and liss Clarnbclle Kenton spent yes- erclay In Memphis where they at- cntled the cotton Cardinal festiv- tlcs. C. B. Mahon arrived this morn"8 from Jonesboro to be the week-' nd guest of his son, Paul W. Ma- • - — - — ^ London Lifts Lid on Latest Lingerie . - o —• '".fa*-,,n.1,1, ui . eiju guest 01 ms son, t pansles. daisies, cornllowers and (hon f.nd Mrs. Mahon. other mxed flowers. Vases of Spring' MIS. B. o. Glllman of Dyersburg £nV*H i ,h M1 2 Us C °' C1 ' S Wcrc ar i ls the 8"<*t «' her daughter Mrs ranged In the home. c . D . Gciln and fami ,. During the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. C. A .Cunningham won high score Homer, second. and Mrs. W. Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Louis Rimes Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Crawford were host and hostess last when they complimented Rimes with their home. night Louis a birthday dinner al . The dinner was served at the dining room table, which was cove-cd a linen cloth and centered bouquet of mixed Spring with with a flowers. Guests attending were Mr. tnrt Mrs. Allison Dorris, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Marcum, James Crawford, and Mrs. Louis Rimes. : Spring Party /* Given At Community House OSOEOLA, Ark., May 14.—The first of a series of Spring parties to be given was held yesterday afternoon when Mrs, Jack Wilson Mrs. Portls Turrentine, Mrs. Mclvln Speck, Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mrs. Bill Ivy Mrs. Bill Ayery, Airs. Leroy Wlldy, Mrs.- Harry Maloch and Mrs. Dan Hammer were hostesses t» 30 tables Philip and Louts Appiebaum and Joe Appiebaum 'of Osccola have returned from Ynzoo City, Miss., where they were called because of the illness of their mother, Mrs. Annie Appiebaum. Condition of Mrs. Ap'ptebaum, who suffered a stroke Sunday, Is critical. Miss Ocile Rice, who attends Vnndcrbilt University, Nashville, Tcnn., will arrive tonight to spend the weekend here with her parents, Mr. anrt Mrs. L. I. Rice and family. Mrs. Eddie Zimmerman and dnugluer, Mary Knthcryn of Tulsa, Okln., , arrive tomorrow for a ., two wecfcs visit with her sister, Mrs. Phillip Appiebaum and other relatives. Caruthersyille Women's Club Installs Officers CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. May 14 —Officers for the ensuing year were nstallcd Wednesday afternoon at the regular meeting of the Caruth- crsville Woman's Club, with Mrs «orrell DeReign acting us Install- Baptist W. M. U. Meets At Ed Davis Residence The Baptist Women's Missionary Union of the Clear Lnkc Baptist Church met yesterday n t the home of Mrs. Ed Davis for their regular program. There were 14 members present. Following a brief business session the scripture reading was given by Mrs. Daii.Benrd. Prayers were offered by Mrs, Walter Lunslord Mrs Mnx Ford, Mrs. Cecil Mann, Mrs.' Henry Worten and Mrs. Beard. Mrs. E. Auston dismissed the group with prayer, after which a social hour was held and a surprise miscellaneous shower given honoring Mrs. William Ray. The home was attractively decorated with vases of early Summer flowers In various colors. hoRtcfr eshments were served by the Coming Events Social Calendar Friday The annual senior memoria plays, and also the crowning o | the senior queen will be held to night in the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith. Mr. na Mrs. James Terry, Mr. and Mrs E M. Terry, Mr, and Mrs. Mike Yales and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley wil be hosts nnd hostesses to Cotillion Club members at the Hut at 9:00 p.m. ng officer. Those Installed were Mrs. Clara Blghnm, president; Mrs. A. P. Kerey, first vice-president; Mrs. Roscoe M. Pierce, second vice-president; Mrs. L. B. Qrisham, recording ecretnry; Mrs. Morrell DeReign V an cleave enter- 0 ' the Avnlon nammer were hostesses t» 30 tables -"-"^"'J. "" 5 - iworren ueneign, of bridge and pitch guests at the , r " Corresponding secretary; and Community House. rs ' 8am Caslleberry, treasurer. During the bridge gnmes prizes Mrs ' B! B nam - Mr «- L- H. Schult were won by Mrs. Donald Wertz Rn Tom Marke > were named first score; Mrs. O. E. Massencill' " S deI ?f atM to the Ninth District -~ ..—.-.wajr o.v iiei name. ftS?"? "! e afternoon games, Mrs. ^*CX McGrftCOr wnn M«K 'Mr ™H, Mr*. Zddte . , first score; Mrs. o. E. Massengill second score, Mrs. L. C. B. Young' third and traveling prize, Mrs ^^^^^^^^..^K^ •;• "• Cartwright won high score In the pitch gnnics and Mrs. W. B, host- rd Jr., bunco. •- - "" u 01., UU11CO. va«s of red, pink and yellow ro- " ~— arranged throughout; the —jii. , j t **^r\eo a sslad plate with iced tea. Mrs. Damon Is Hostess To Rook Club, Guests Mr*. E. R. Alley and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl were guests of members of the Thursday Night Club last night when Mrs. Earl Damon entertained »t her home on West Kentucky Mrs. N. W. Kyle won high score » we rook games played and Mrs Burks Barker, rooko. rs Burkett won the bingo prlre Following the games, the esses served assorted party foods and iced drinks. Decorations used throughout the club rooms were tall white floor baskets filled with white magnolia blossoms and vases of i»ttery with early Summer flowers. Out of town guests who attended Wilson, Luxora, Bayou. Driver, Etownh Joiner, Bassettl and Frenchman Convention to be held In Jackson Mo., June Sth, Caruthenyille O.E.S. Members Assist School CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., May 14 — Several members of Carulhcrs- ville Order of Eastern Star served us officers during the School of Instruction held a Cardwell, Mo., Wednesday afternoon anrt evening for Eastern Star Chapters of the 51st District. Mrs Ella Mae Henderson, Kansas City. Mo., a past grand matron and Grand Lecturer, conducted the school. _ Those from the local Chapter Woman's Club Leader Honored at Reception CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo,, May M —Mrs. Morrell DeReign, retjrinc: president of the Missouri Federation oi Women's Clubs, was honored by the club 1 at a dinner and reception given for Ihe 500 delegates ail(1 visitors, at the State Triennial Convention held last, week at Springfield, Mo. At the dinner in her honor, Mrs DeReign was presented a large silver pitcher and tray in appreciation of her services to the slate .federation during the past three years as president. Three music students of Caru- ttiersville high school were special guests and appeared on the luncheon program They were: Ann W.'iks r.nd Jack Alien, vocalists, and Helen Ccker, pianist. Their instructor, Miss Mhrjorle Ashcraft, appeared on the afternoon program ns vocalist, accompanied by Helen Cok- At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Tom T. Reed, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Luther BUITOW.S, Steele, Mo. MMrs - E - A. Frazier, Hermondale Edward Sengraves, Luxora. > Mrs. Tommy James, Rt. 2, city. , , f mlxed s Prtne 'towers to decorate the home Refreshments of pie and coffee •were served by the hostess. ONE OF MANY of .women ex« Uke . havTwcd f" 8 Cannln 8 and »<*U»t'* downright won- r__ al flavor in .-LESJT*"* o" ?OK *) is «/22^ c '^^**» OMro »»- • ttntOnatgnpt. serving were Mrs. Sam Castieberry worthy matorn; Mrs. Fred Pierce' Electa; Mrs. M. J. Yeagcr, marshal; and Fred Pierce, sentinel. Two Blytheville Youths To Graduate at Kemper Two Blytheville hoys are amon* the 17o cartels listed to graduate al (he 104th commencement at the Kemper Military School in Boone- viile, Mo., May 24. Both boys, A. G. Shjbley, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley, 319 East Kentucky, and Jack Saliba. Jr., so.i of Mrs. Jack Saliba 1124 Chickasawba, will graduate from the high school department Young Republicans To Meet in Wardell, Mo. CABUTHERSVILLE, Mo Mav 14—Ray Klemp of this city chairman of the Pemfscot Young Republicans, announced yesterday that the group v.-oulti hold a mectin° at Wa-- clell next Thursday at the Warde'll High School. Preceeding the meeting a lish fry will be held The speaker will be J. Grant Frye, ol Cape Cirardeau. Republican leader In this district. . Keep Growing Feet . . . Health; Feet i Correct shoes for growing feet are essential.nicBostonian Jr. ! 'l\ 0 R-Moc" is just such a shoe. Designed just Hke dad's! SkillftiMycraftcd to provide ample room for expansion. Sturdily constructed in hardy leather* for longer -wear. $6.85 s u Keep Foot Temperature Down! Air-Coiidiliou Your Stride in Coolweight, shareholding leathers punched through and through with tiny VENTS assure your feet airi>reezcs through sizzling claysT] In Tropical calf with matching calf or beige Tropical calf with deep brown calf trim,, $12.95 fffifi SONS SHOES ^""^^^^^_ W* the Women •» KBth Iflhttt In » recent itudy at divorc* cue« in Chi CM o It wu found th»t poor JiT""* 1 *"* *«» a contributlri factor to divorce In IT per cent ol the cue, ttudled. Th»t Un't »ur- ?*i^ n f r wl ? n y8u itot> *° thlnk ho* few girl* today get any training In the household art* where they should t«t It-from their mother* at home. Once a mother would have been ashamed to have her daughter*! fow up completely ignorant of' homekeeplng. But now it it considered perfects' Ml right by many mother* for their daughter* to reach marrying age without knowing the slightest thing about cooking, running a house, »ewlng, etc. Some of them even think It U kind of cut* that Marge or Sally is so helpless around a house. They seem to think that if a girl • pretty and knows ho* to wear clothe* well and how to be popular with young men she 1» all set to make a successful marriage "Good" Un't "Sueecaatul" Well, she may make a "good" marriage. But she m»y not make It a successful one—unless she Is wise enough to realize that good housekeeping is an Important part of a good marriage, and so set about learning by trial and error the art of housekeeping she should have learned before she left home. Perhaps, If modern mothers realized that Ignorance of the fundamentals of housekeeping might land their daughters in the divorce courts they might not take that ignorance so lightly. FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1948 Construction Slated to Start On Hospital Projects in State ,.HEfl*'"X'K'.M'y i4..fup>-«- —-— — **** ,*v"w**j m«y n, Construction will begin by July 1 on about half at 14 ho«plt*l projects in Arkansas tentatively approved for federal aid, according to state Hospital Director Moody Moore, In a report to the Hoapltal Advisory Council, Moor* ha» outlined P >?c*!L*y.. °"? th * P r °«r»ni under which th* state will receive II W< . 000 In federal money annually dur- \ncr th* n*ui- ft,,- _ ._ ._ five year*. The IMS Harrison School Children Attend Cotton Carnival Approximately 1& pupils of the Harrison Elementary school are In Memphis today for then twelfth annual visit to the Cotton Carnival and the cotton Makers Jubilee. Pupils who were given the free •lp for perfect attendance are Bob^y Strickland and Imogene overall. Ten other pupils were given the free trip for excellence in various projects of the school. "Hiey were accompanied by Bessie P. Ivy and Marilyn E. Watkins. Read Courier News Want Ads Ing the next K,3tO,Ot», with local sponsor* paying two-third* of the co»t. Projects expected to begin by July are: West Memphis, 150 beds- Halve™, 40; Mena, JO; Crossett. 62; and Montlcello, 60. Also Hearing final approval are additional service units at the Little Rock and Benton units of the state hospital. Approval In 1948 Is expected on seven other projects located at Wynne, Arlcadelphli, 81 loam Springs, Rogers, Harrison. Benton and Little Rock. Practically all of the proposed units are planned to replace obsolete or overcrowded facilities. And If given u. s. Public Health Service approval, the currently scheduled projects will add 422 up-to-date beds to the.state hospital system. Moore said his division has received five applications for the I9« program, which If approved, would •dd 600 more beds In the state. The units, given the division's tentative approval, include a ««0- bed Infirmary and ward building at the State Hospital in Benton at/a cost of 11,312,000; completion of partially built 65-bed hospital at Paragould at a cost of $173000- 50-bcd unit at Payetteville and 150-bed hospital In Fort Smith to replace the present Sparks Memor- 'al Hospital, at an estimated cod of $900,000. Other localities which have announced plans to apply for aid ire Morrllton, Dermott and Jonesboro. In other action Miss Florence Billings, division hospital consultant, reported that the state now has 135 licensed hospitals. —Several Pemisoot County farmer* attended a demonstration in KOI lucky Tuesday, of a new pastu. grass, -Fescue," which is receivln considerable attention from Ken '.ucky farmers and those ol adjoining states. The new grass U said lo be particularly hardy, withstanding heavier grazing than other pastur* grasses, especially j n wet we ath«r when the grass forms a heavy turt which prei-ents (he grounds be<'n»cut up in the wet weather. Among (hose from the county attending were: L. H. Gale, Hayti- Henry A. Boons, Route One Ca- rutheisville; and Elaine Barker, with tne Soil Conservation group and J. J. Richardson of the Farm Home Administration, both of Caruthers- fi/ue Grass Has a Rival in State of Kentucky CARUTHERSVTLLE, Mo., May 14 At DREIFUS A New Sterling Pattern for You! 'EL1NESS THAT BELONGS ON YOUR TABLE! ONE PLACE SETTING f Fiecei Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Open» Sunday 1:00; Slarli 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. i Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday o passes honored on Sunday »t Koiy Theatre Last Time Today Treasure of Sierra Madre with Humphrey Bogart and Walter Huston Paramuunl News ana s,,,,,.,, _Contlnued Showing Everyday Saturday $22.63 (Fed. tax Inc.) IN INTERNATIONAL STEHINS Inspired h; the laveliMt of wild flowers, wild rose, International Sterling's latest "Wild Rose" pattern •ombinss richness of design with enduring bejuty. Come in and let us show you this exquisite pattern in botn flatware and holloware. We're headquarters for "Wild Rosa" as ivsll as olher famous Infernationsl Stirling p»Uems. t Ch.H Strvln far lijht, 41 ?»••,. »16«,JO Inc. Fid. T«« Beautiful matching pieces in the "Wild Rose" Service! They harmonize equally well with othsr floral patterns in Stirling flatware. • Sandwich Plite, 10" diameter $24.00 Salt and Pepper, 4H" high 14.40 pair - Sugar and Cream, 30.00 set (Federal Tax Included) OPEN TO EVERYONE H H i: ins Serial "Tex Granger" No. 4 & Short ...:(i_ • t^BZ. with Miin • ^iiife Coot. Shows Sat. u a.m.-11:30 p.™ Sunday and Monday ••'KIT WRSUtlllll 'OUNG-CHAPMAN Paramount News and Sborls ConU Showing Sun. 1:30-11:00 p.m. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN (:M a.m. U:45 p.m. 4:39 p.c Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE . The Killers Ava Gardner arm Albert Dekker Carnival in Costa Rica with Dick Haymes * Celeste Holm SATURDAY Cassidy of Bar 20 with William Bnj-4 S«ri»l "Dick Tracy Returns" Ne. I and Short Continuous Showing Saturday Sunday and Jlonday DOUBLE FEATURE WJORIC R07,'QLDS • BINNiE BARNES ; Movietnne \ews ing Sunday l;30 til :

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