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BLVTHEV1LLB (AJIK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1947 Phons 4461 6ut-of-Town Guests Feted At Bridge Party ' Mrs. Harold WlUon or Wellington, Ohio and Mrs. Robert Falge of Anderson, Ind, houscguests of Xr. and Mi's. E. R. Lancashire, wt.re gue»la ef honor yesterday af- fcmoon when Mrs. G. G Caudlll entertained with a three course Juncheon »t the , Hotel Noble. Thunday Contract Club members **r». E. M. Regenold, Mrs. -Marvin Robinson «nd Mrs, Checter Caldwell also were guesta, ; When" briat« fames were played >Jrs. I^ncashlre won high and Mrs B- It Banister won second. The guests of honor also were presented.* rift by the hastes. 1 ;. i Luncheon wa» 'served In Uie main dining room where the large table at which the guests were seated was centered with hollj and r«d carnations. R«d roses decorated the Cypress Room where the bridge games were played during the afternoon. • • • Mrs. McCalla Hostess To Club With Parly Mrs. Farrls McCalla, often a RtlcM, at the- Thursday Night Bridge Club, was hosUss . last rtis'nt to members' of the club and one gucs 1 other than members, Mrs. Jesse M White. In the games played, Mrs. WhlU won high score and Mrs. Sanford Shelton won second high. The McCalla home was beautifully decorated with a ChrisLmas them*. The hostess served R dessert bourse icith coffee. * • • Alliance Gives Dinner For Teachers, Guests Tho First Baptist Church was tho setting last night for • Christmas dinner - given by the Blytheville Ministerial Alliance for the teachers, member* of the school board nnd their wives, and ministers nnd ihcir Wives. The welcome address was Riven by the Rev. Allen D. Stewart, new president of the Alliance. Tho response was given by w. B. Nicholson, superintendent of schools nnd the Rev. Harvey Kldd, past president of the Alliance was master of ceremonies.. Mrs. Marlon .Williams and Mrs. Russell C. Farr' were In charge of a short "fun" program, and Carroll Evans sang a solo. . Rabbi Alfred.vise gave the In- Tocatlon and the Rev. E. C. Brown gave the benediction. • Th* dinner, was served by wo men -representing the First Mc- thodlsf Church, First Christian First Presbyterian, Temple Israel •West Blytheville Parish of Me tho • dist Churches, Lake Street Metho dlst, calvary B»ptlst, Yarbro Me thodlsfc ai>d ' the' First Baptls Church*!. /. • , * • Jolly Eight Club Meets With Mrs. Biakemore >" Jolly Eight Cluhf members wer entertained yesterday afternoon a the home of Mrs. N. H. Blake more. '_ j In the rook games played? Mr Grover'Wren won high, Mrs. Cle ,Wren, »econd high, Mrs. Wilfre rooko. May low and Mrs. Elva Po Chrysanthemums in - Fall decorated the entertaining root Plans Are Completed At Jayceetlee- Meeting The Jayceette» met last night »t ie Jaycee Clubroom at S o'clock, Mrs Marshall Blackard, prwl- cnt was in charge of Ihe business esslon at which plan* were com- Iclcd for'the dance to be given ext Wednesday night at the club- oom for their husbands and other ayccc members, Last night each J«yceellee con- ributcd toy» which will be turned aver to the Jaye«» lo be used for h« Christmas tree lor underprlvl- cgcd children, sponsored e>ch year by the organization. Mrs. Lynch Entertains Mid-Week Club Member's Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertained members of the Mid-Week Club yesterday afternoon at her home on West Main Strwt. In the bridge games played, Mrs r. if. Houchins won high scor« and Mrs. Harry W. Ilnlncs, second high. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated In the Christmas motif and the dining room table was centered with holly and red berries with red tapers burning In crystal holders. The hostess served refreshments. Four Methodist Churches Plan Fellowship Dinner The Board of Stewards of tho Mrs. Wilson Honored With Afternoon Party LUXORA, Dec. IS,—Mrs. Louis Spann complimented her granddaughter, Mrs. Marvin Spann Wilson, with a lea al her home Tue»day afternoon. The dining table wa» overlaid wilh a lace cloth and centered wllh a lx>uquet of bronze chrysanthemums on a mirrored'plaque. Fifty guests attended the tea. Mrs. Spann was assisted by Mrs. Elizabeth SIIHmin, Miss Florence Ruin and Mrs. Elliott Wllllims. Mrs Wilson Is a recent bride and was before her marriage, Miss Kate Schumpert of Tupelo, Miss. Shower Compliments Mrs. Koch, Daughter LUXORA, Dec. 5.—The Baplls Training Union complimented Mrs John Koch and her daughter, Mis Wanda Koch, with a mlsccllaneou shower Tuesday night In the socli rooms of the church. Miss Koch was also given 'a lingerie shower at the I.uxorn High School by members of the senior class of which she Is a member. Mrs. Koch and her daughter lost all their wearing apparel in n fire which destroyed their home Saturday afternoon. Bits of News Chief MichlnJjl'i Male and Mrs. J. J. Gschwend of Camp Rousseau, 'ort Hueneme, Calif., are Ihe parents of a son born Nov. 21.jThelr second child, he has been named Sanford David. Mrs. Gschwend Is Miss Inez Ames of First Methodist Church at the suggestion of the pastor, the Rev. Allen D. Stewart, last nlghl launched plans for a fellowship banquet to be held early next year with members of the Methodist churches at Gwncll, Lone Oak and Half Moon. Chairman Harvey Morris appointed L E. Old Jr. 1 , Mell Brooks Jr., and Miss Mamie Adams, director of religious education, lo serve on a committee on arrangements and fix dale for Ihe meeting. The boiud voted to hold regular .eeting.s next year nnd Ihe sessions 11 be held on Thursdays of the rst full week in cnch month, P. E. Cooley submitted Ihe trcas- •cr's report, for November and William H. Wyslt, chairman of the innncc Committee, outlined plans or a canvass of the church mem- ership to oblMn pledges for n 24,000 midget. Westeyan Guild Has Annual Christmas Dinner LUXOUA, Dec. 5.—The nnnui Christmas dinner of the Methodis Wesleynn Guild was held Tuesda light In the socUl rooms ot Ih church, The linen covered table hnd lo :i-yslnl bowls of nandlnn berries nn greenery at intervals down 11 During the sliorl business sesslo officers for the coming year wer elected. Mrs. A. B. Roy^cllc was electee} president; Mrs. Sudie Cecil, vice-president; Mrs. Auten Chitwood, secretary; and Mrs. Joe Gentry, treasurer. A- guesl other than members was Miss Edith McDnnicls. , At The Hospitals Blylrierllle Hn»pll*l Isfltnlssed: E, J. Monroe, Roteland. Opal Lester, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Doyle Turner, Dell Mrs. Oharles Lewis aftci aruthersville, Mo. Mrs. o. R. Mtttox, city. Jimmy Holclaw, city. Ather B. Richardson, Armorel. Wall* HoipiUl )is missed: Mrs. George Hopper, Tomato. Mrs. H. O. Lenear, city. baby. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained nurrlage licenses yesterday In the ifflcn of Mlu Elizabeth ;ounty clerk.' Esco Hughes »ni Mrs. Johnson, both of SteUe, Mo. Charley Spaldlngs and Blylhe, Jewel Mfs the former Blytheville. , Mr. and Mis, W. O, Gucrin, Mr. «nd Mrs. R. E. D»vis and Jane Terry, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Terry, spent Wednesday In Memphis, where Mr.' Guerin consulted ills doctor. M. Holt spent yesterday Memphis on buslne.u, Dr. W. M. Owen, of Mountain Home, Ark,, was a visitor In Bly- Ihevllle and Armorel yesterday. He was a physician at Armorel until a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Penny have is their guests for several days Mrs. Penny's sister, Mrs. Adrlat Pucketl nnd children, Adrian Jr. • nd Nelda of 8«lma, Ala. They wli return home Bunday. Mrs. W. E. Gillcspie, returned home yesterday from SI. Louis, Mo., where she had been visiling wilh her sisler, Mrs. A. White and Mr. While, since Sunday. Mrs. A. L. sutebottom of Mcrldan, \4iss., is spending an extended visit icrc with her daughter, Mrs. Rob- :rt M, Logan, and Mr. Logan. Mrs. Charles Peim and Mrs. E. B. Woodson spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Scay and Floyd 5eay spent today hi Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Owen returned esterday from their wedding trip and'are now at home, 508 Chlcka- sawba St. Mrs. Owen is Ihe former Miss Pandoria Whitworth. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England, Mr, and Mrs. O. E. Knuctsen and Mr. nnd Mrs. Worth D. Holder, A'erc in Jonesboro, last night for the concert given by the Columbia Conceit Trio, at Wilson Hall, Arkansas Stale College. Mrs. Fred Copeland who has been in Memphis the past several days undergoing treatment, is expected to return home tomorrow. Mrs. Edmond'R. Belole and Mrs. Nathan Marshall spent yeslcrday in 'Memphis. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Beloie'ii Infant daughter. Rene' Jane', who has been » patient at the Isolation Hospital for'the past several months. Con- Eight-Hour Work Day Seems Better For One Than Whole Year's Vacation By CUIr* Ox United PTMI BUM Cormpond*nt CHICAGO, Dec. 5 S (U.P.)—Nellie Mason wild today th«l talclpj * •car's vacation with pay IB hard work. Miss Mason, who had worked as secretary lor 26 ye»n wllh two t>r three-week vacations each Summer, juit finished the filth month of a year off with full wages, She said she thought working an elght- iour day It more restful than gallivanting around lh« country, agency which gives nil employes a* 12-month leave after six years of iserrlce. The plan was originated by her employer, M. Glenn Miller, who asked only that Ihe vacationers stay out of the office and wrlle him once a week lo say what a good llnw Ihoy arc hiving. mcrs themselves have a responsibility In supplying the county office with the necessary evidence of practices carried out. Failure to report adds to the cost of administering the program and results In unnecessary delay. good, from 17.50-26; a few good cows 17.50-1S; common suci medium beef co.vj 1450-18.50; cin- ners and cutteri ll.ftO-14. tfnry Stcwnrt. both of Benton, Mo. Henry Mahan and Miss Ruth Slcanor Peterson, both of Blythe- •lllc. , Willinm T. Oagerty of Decntur ito., and M!M Margaret T. Tynai of Bemcnt, 111. Miss Mason was the first of Miller's employes to go. She took off July 1 on a Western tour, «nd is resting up at home before travel- ling through the East. The first few weeks ot her vacation were a "real rest" from the work she had been doing lor more than two decades, but then using up leisure hours became a Job, she laid "Mr. Miller save us the choice of travelling or going to school, she satcl. "The only requirement was that we Icam something so we would be more valuable workers. "I can tell you It's been a lot of work—anil also a lot of fun. I'm having the kind of Lime I've always dreamed about, but it's been a bit Livestock difficult figuring out what to do or 12 whole months, Instead of having your 9 to 8 life all figured out for you." At first, she said, II was "real work," making herself stay in bed until 1C in the morning, or noon. Now it's a job getting up In lime Lo make Ihe next train, she said. Miss Mason, In her first five month!, visited Montana, the Canadian Rockies, Jasper National Park, Glacier National Park, toured through Washington, where she spent several months with relatives, and then travelled through Oregon, California and parts' of Mexico. The second half of her trip will lake her to Boston, New York, Washington, Atlanta, "and any place else I decide to go." "I think with less than hall my vacation used up I'm already more valuable ao an employe," Miss Mason said. "But it will be nice to gel back to an eight-hour day." ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Dec, 6. (UP) (USDA) — Livestock: Hogs 10,000, salable 9,000; uneven, barrows and gilts weak lo 25c lower: sows mostly 15c to »1 lower. Bulk good and cholde 180 to 300 Ibs. 20-28.25; top 26.25; 180 to 170 Ibs, 25.50-25.16; 130 to ISO Ibs. 2350-25.50; 100 to 120 Ibs. 20.75-23.25' good sows 450 Ibs. down mostly 23 16-24.25; few 24.50. Over 450 Ibs. 23.25-23.75; few 24. Stags 18.50-22. Cattle 2,300, salable 1,800; calves 1,000, all salable. Meager supply of cattle on hand. Cows active »t lull strength of the week. Not enough steers to warrant mention. Odd lots Kim Individual head of light butcher yearlings, medium to A FEW DROPS OF VICKS CONSERVATION (Continued from Page 1) trip, who was then county agent for North Mississippi County and who Is now State 4-H Club agent, and Fred Shulley, extension forester put their st.imp of approval on the project and the practice grew. By 1945 60 miles of .shclterbclls had been established in that area. This Fall farmers have ordered over 120.000 black locust seedlings, enough to establish more than 100 miles of additional shelterbelts. Tho dition of the baby Is greatly Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. McCor- mlck of Albany, N. Y., are the parents of a son born Monday morning. Dec. 3, In Albany. The. baby h»s not yet been named. Mrs Mc- Coimlck Is the former MtM Wanda Ftsher of Blytheville. 'Indiscretions/ Marital Differences Cost Socialites Place in Blue Book Luxor a News Mr. and Mrs. Heryy Stanford am John Stanford of Tulsa, Okla., are visiting the latter'* sister, Mrs. E A. Moflett, and Mr, Moftett. Miss Doris Hill spent the week end wllh her sister, Miss Evelyn Hill, who Is a student at Blue Moim lain College. Blue Mountain, Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thweatt have as their guc&ls, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Burns of Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and , Mrs. Henry Stanforc John Stanford; Mr. and Mrs. T. L Stanford and sons, Tommy an George; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stan ford and son, Edward; Mr. and Mrs George Stanford: Mr. and Mrs. W O. Howard; and E. A. MofTett iper Saturday and Sunday In Lexington Tenn,, as guests of Mr. and Mr Walter Hardln and family, at a re union. Both coal nnd diamonds are cnr- bon elements, subjected to different intensities of heat and pressure. of the home- The hostCM served refreshments of R salad colirse. NEW YORK. Dec. 5. (TJ.P)—The social register for 1948 has dropped :i Vanderbllt, a Gushing and a Topping, among others, and added a ew new mimes, including that of lie widow of Hurry Hopkins, it was earned yesterday. . The new Blue Book purged Har•y Ciuhlng 4lh, who married Georgette Windsor, an actress, and became embroiled In several Holly- vood night club skirmishes. Another socialite whose name'was dropped was George Vanderbilt, the brother of Alfred Gwynne Vamlcvbilt, who was eliminated from the book last year. Still another who apparently was banished because of his marriage was Henry J. (Bob) Topping, whose wife is the actress, Arllne Judge. Ashley Chandler, great grandson ot the l&tf. John. Jacob Aator, will not find his name in.the new register. Marital troubles apparently were' the reason since his wife, the former Princess Maria Antonla. de Braganca, has been in Italy for the past three years. Patricia Hoffman Nlckerson Hos- held apparently blasted her way ut of the book via a line for car- ylng a .pistol. A Boston resident omplained last April that she had | pointed a pistol at him. The committee, however. <f i much more lenient with M'_ud Stevenson, daughter of Malcolm Stevenson, who had a police encounter last Summer when ihe ran down a Roslyn, N. Y., street clad In bra and scantiest She was included. Louise Gill Macy Hopkins, widow of the'late Harry Hopkins, was included. She was married recently to socialite Geoffrey 'Gates. Among others who were listed for the first litne were Sam Peck, who married Barbara Whitney Henry, heiress lo the t50.000.000 fortune, and William Pniny, CBS tycoon, who married Barbara Gushing Mortimer. The committee took no cognizance of the recent publicity given to Mrs. Hamilton Fish Webster when she adopted Ihe 57-year-old Brig. Gen. Ralph O. Tobln a few weeks ago at Newporj,, R. I. Both Mrs. Webster and her .adopted son were Included. . C. Land Company of Leachvllle ho own * large number ol acres f the sandy loam soil have an- ounced that they would plant lo- ust trees around every 40 acres of •xnd they own. Strip Cropping Kliective And farmers In the wind affected ,rea have Increased their , slrtp Topping materially too, Mr. Bll- irey pointed out. They leave 12 by 5-foot strips of rye and vetch al- crnately through a field of row :rop every 20 to 50 rows as a pro- ectton against the blowing sand. Mississippi County is also recog- nised as having the best drainage system In the della, he said, but .here-is much to be done especially farm drainage. In 1946 North Mississippi County farmers earned 137,136 In ditching payments through :he AAA and it Is .estimated .that these farmers will earn near $55,300 for 1947 ditching and spoil bank lev- cling. Completed conservation practices should be reported by farmers lo Ihe County Agricultural Conservation Committee or at the county office, according A. C. Spellings, of West Ridge 'Chairman of the Triple-A committee. Delay in reporting will delay payments, he said. AH conservation practices under the 1947 program must be completed by Dec. 31, but farmers who have completed practices shmild not wait until then to report. This cooperation with the county office uill be helping us do you a better job and will speed up' payments, Mr. Spellings said.. . *«. All practices must be reported by Jan. 15, 1348. Mr. Spellings explained that far- Va-tro-nol (DOUBLE-DUTY NOSE DROPS) Relieves SNIFFLY, STUFFY DISTRESS OF Head Colds It's wonderful how a/£3a_<^ little Vicks Va-tro-nol raTV* Cj In each no« Iril acts fast 1 J C "X to soothe irritation, 7 ^ y/"jj open cold-clogged nose 1 's\ and reduce ituDness. And If used In time, Vicks Va-tro-nol helps prevent many colds from developing. 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