PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARKJ COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1948 Society AtewA 9 Phone 4461 Miss Ethel Mac Eberdt To Wed Joe VanCleve Mr. «nd Mr«. Gus Eberdt today announce the engagement and up • preaching .marriage of tlicir daughter, Miss Ethel Mae Eberdt to Joe VanCleve, son of Elmer VanOlcvc, ind the late Mrs, VanCleve. j The ceremony will be solemnized i Sunday afternoon January 25. ntl the home of the bride-elect's par-: *nts, with the Rev. H. L. Robinson ol the West Blytheville Pnr's,\ officiating. Miss Eberdt was graduated from 'Blytheville High School and attended Draughan's Business College In Memphis. 'Mr. VanCleve was graduated from Oosnell High School and served two years In the Army. He Is now . employed at Barney's Drug Store Miss Hardy Is Speaker At P. T. A. Meeting Sudbury Parent Teacher Association met yci'.crday 2:00 p.m. nt the Sudbury School with Miss Ros» .Hardy, principal of the high school as'guest speaker. . Mrs. Tim Estes. president, presided during the business meeting n which/ time a report was given b: the secretary and treasure!'. Mrs. R. B. Stout read the presi dents message and was also I) charge of the program. Miss Hardy chose as her iiibjcc "When Home and School Disagree. Following her talk a musical ski was presented by the fourth er students under the direction Mrs. Ralph Bcrryman, who was as slsled by Mrs. George Wlggs am Miss Florence Moore. Those, on the nominating com mlttce to elect officers for the nc- year are Mrs. Otho Stanflcld, Mis Beatrice Hargctt, Mrs. H. G. Part low and Mrs. E. F. Fry. An announcement \vns marie Miss Winnie Turner of the spccc clinic to be held Saturday, Jan n, at,the high school auditorium, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Prizes were won by Miss Hargctl's class and Miss Moore's class during the room count. Before the meeting adjourned nn announcement was made by Mrs. Estes of the meeting of the city-council today at the Junior high school. All executives members are urged to attend. * • • Guard Home Is Setting For Surprise Shower Airs. JSmmie Edwards was honored last night when Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. Gilbert Dee Hummock complimented her wu^i a surprise shower at the Guard home. The guest of honor was presented gifts from n tnble deconntcd in pl:;k and blue, and during the evening when contests were conducted, Mr^. Oscar Hazelbakcr won a prize. The dining table from which assorted party foods were served was covered with a pink liuen cloth »nd held white tapers burning In silver candelabra. » • * Mrs. Shamlin Hoslcss To Bunco Club, Guests Engagement Announced Condition of Mrs. C. R. Collins, who is ill at Blythcrllle Hospital with pneumonia, is Improved, Raymond Schmuck, Judge Znl B. Hnrmon and J.'L, Nabers, arc incline several days at NorforX Lake. They plan to return home today. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Woodson, has pledged Chi Omega at the University of Arkansas, Fnycttevllle where she i.s a .sophomore. Condition of Mrs. Jerry Poe. who was dlsmls.scd from Memphis Hospital Monday, IB satisfactory. She was accompalned home by her mother, Mrs. t\l. L. Morton of Springfield, Mo., who has rctumud there. Among those In Jonc.sboro last night to attend the concert nf Mennhem Prcsster, Palestinian pianist, were Mr. and^Mrs. w. L. Horner. Mr.s. Elton Klrby, Mr.s. Rlley Blytheville "Y" Groups Assist World Youth Fund All group" of rhe Blythevllli "Y", organization are now driving to raise money to send to the \vorld Youth Fund. Tills fund Is for the purpose of helping the "Y" organizations and "Y" workers destroyed and Injured In the war, and also for the purpose of helping to build Y. M. C. A.'s to teach the children overseas who are becom- ol life. Two clnns or the Blytheville "Y" the Junior Leader's Corp's and the Senior Tri-HI-Y sent In their contributions. Two other clubs and project* they have planned in order to raise money to send to this fund are the Hubba-Hubba-Gra-Y whose members are sponsoring a candy, cookie and sandwich sale at the "Y" building to earn their money. Knnt-Nnmlt Jr-Trl-Hl-Y Is sponsoring a leap year program dance to he held on Friday night, Jan unry 1«. The Clover Ora-Y 1« sponsoring A trade school party to be held on Friday night, January 23 'Forbidden Fruit' We the Women Miss Ethel Mac Ebcrdt's oignRcment to Joe VanCleve, son of Elnici VanCleve and the late Mrs. VanCleve, is nnmmnccil today by uei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt. Mrs. Dave Abbott Hostess To Demonstration Club Yarbro Hume Demonstration Club met Tuesday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Dave Abbott with 24 members present. Mrs. Walter Barnes gave the devotional taken from Psalms aivl Mrs. Abbott gave a talk on "Are You Richer." Roll call wns answered by ench mombor giving n new year's resolution. Mrs. Paul An- bott told of the duties nf club officers. Miss Lucille Abbott pave the duties of club members and Mrs. L. R. Matthews gave on "Health." Coming Events Social Calendar Halm..,, Clnirles Afflick, MIs.s Carer Uoalwrlghl of Danville, Va , uiit Mr. and Mrs. Fanner England Condition of Mrs. . 13. Foster, win las been .seriously ill, is Improved. Mrs. D. F. day will leave tninor- •ow for St. Petersburg, Fla.. where ,he will spend sever ill weeks with ner .sister, Mrs. Jerry While. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Eidridec have >s tlieir Biicst, Felix Mistrol of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Edberdl and daughter. Miss Ethel Mac Eberdt spent yesterday In Memphis, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Porter are (he parents of a daughter born last night at Walls Hospital. Their first child, she has been named Judith Lynch Porter and will be called Judy Lyn. Mrs. Porter is the former Miss Martha Ann Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Russell Phillips left yesterday for Battle creek, Mich, where she will spend several weeks. Condition of Mrs. Tom W. Jack- Thc Junior Leaders Corps, who have already sent In their contribution hut who are helping the others to raise money, are sponsoring a "wnist-line" dance to be held on Thursday night at the rate of one cent for every inch of waistline. P.T.A. Meeting Held At Osceola High School OSCEOLA. Ark.. Jan. 15—Osceola Part-nt-Traihcr Association met yesterday attcrnooon at the high school with 71 members present. The Rev. Russell J. Clubb, pastor of the First Baptist Church was pucst speaker. He talked on "The American Home", and in his talk t-avc the responsibility to one's o\vn home and children. Mrs. C. W. Watson, president, was in chnrfie of the business session at which a nominating committee was elected for the purpose of nom- son who underwent a mlnor'opera- i "'litiiiR officers to serve during the (Ion Tuesday at Walls Hospital is 5? mi "jf yc ?'"-„?'!'?. ^.T" 1 . 1 "!* ,?".* • nth MilleH She selects her friends as carefully and' calculating!)- as she d.oea her clothes. She can always count on good old Marge to (111 In at a party at the last minute or x to keep the children when there's baby - sitter trouble. She couldn't any more get along without Marge than without her everyday tweed suit. Then there's Julie, Julie Is substantial, like the basic dress that Is the backbone of her wardrobe. Julie is charming and her background Is Impeccable. Julie is useful In many, many ways—her basic friend. And there's Anne. Anne if for important occasions, like her best dinner dress. She trots Anne out when she really wants to impress someone. Anne isn't for every day, but perfect for a party. There are quite a few others— mostly fill-ins. Like the clothes she has bought from time to time. You probably know at least one woman like that. Don't Be Used But don't let her make you Filix Carney Obtaini Interest in Sales Firm Felix Carney of Blytheville announced today that he had purchased an Interest In the Blythevllla Sales Company located at 138 East Main Street from Phillips Robinsoji, co-owner, and that he has assumed position as manager. Mr. Carney, who also owns tl* City Radio Service at 322 East Main Street, stated that he would continue to operate his radio shop but hac | placed It under the managership -I Carl Long. "Forbidden Fruit" li the name designer Nanina gave to her swimsuit creation, modeled at Miami Bearh, Fla., by Betty Wagner. The trunks are hand- painted, and the matching bra ii held up by a single strap. At Home A homey meal that's more than fit for company can be built around Kcnerous veal cutlets and old-fash- ioncd mashed turnips. Bread th« cutlets and brown m hot fat then finish cooking in a slow oven (300 F.) for a crusty brown. Season the mashed turnips well with a llttla ground celery seed, then they, too, can go in the oven to await serving time. part of her social wardrobe. It'i foolish to let a calculating woman use you. And yet, strangely enough, such women never have much trouble keeping up their social wardrobes. They shop around and choose, but the Marges and Julles and Annes never suspect. Yet, they are merely there, like clothes, for what they are able to do for her. Rubbing It In ST. LOUIS (UP)—Charles Goodman, 46-year-old newspaper vendor, walked into the side of a taxicab while crossing a street and got a broken arm. He also got a police ticket for carele&s walking. THE ANSWER TO YOUR BUDGET PROBLEM NEW! For Spring— Townclad* improved. She was dismissed from the hospital today. Aubrey Comvay is confined to his home with a severe cold. Thursday Pathfinders Class of thn First Methodist Clmic'h will meet, at the Church, 7:30 p. m. for K covered dish supper. , Friday ' Pnst Matrons nnd Past patrons will Iwvc a covered dish supiwr at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ebcrrit. Mrs. Paul Bynun entertaining C. B. C. Club members. Chapter N of p. E. O. will meet talk, at the home of Mra. J. W. Adnms i at 1 o'clock with Mrs. W. H. Pease Mrs. Everett Burns chairman, Mrs. L. T. Lawrence and Mrs. C. L. Moore. Mrs. Jim Henry presented a nm.sical program and a reading was srlvcn by Karen Young. Mrs, Raymond Shamltn was hostess yesterday when she entertained Mrs. W. A. Whistle was hostess Tuesday afternoon nt her horir at Dell to members n[ Ihe Doll WMMI- 1 en's Society nf Christian Service members of the Avalon Bunco Club of the Methodist Church, and three guests. Mrs. Robert Wttd- Mrs. Mavis Settlemlre opened IhR man. Mrs. Thomas Mann and Mrs. meeting with prnyer and Mrs. L. AI. John douse nt her home on Lilly Moody was in charge of the worst. I ship service on the title of "Thy JDurlns the business session, a' us cd-lmstcss. committee wns chosen to attend the j Saturday council meeting to be held at. the | ColtHion clnb members will^havc Yarbro school on the afternoon of ' dance ut. the Lesion Hut beginning January 21. r at 9 o'clock. Hosi.s and hostesses When games were played, prizes will be Mr. nnd Mrs. Rlbert Huff- wore won by Mrs. J. W. Widner, man, Mr. nnd Mi's. William L:uvshe Mrs. Victor Mallury, Mrs. B. A. and Mr. and Mrs. llllcy B. Joucs. Bugg and Mrs. Gilt Bunting. Refreshments of a salad plate Notice with Iced drinks were served. Temple Israel will have its regular Snbbnth Services Friday night nt 8:00 o'clock, with Rabbi Vise of- ficiitins. Immediately following the services :- soc'lal hour will be held in the rccL'ration hall. Four Table Club Meets With Mr. and Mrs. Bowen OSCEOLA, Ark.. Jan. 15.— Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bosven of Luxora. wrrn host and hostess 'to the four table club members of Blytheville. Osccola and Luxorn. at their home Tuesday niiiiit. In the bridge Barnes played during the evening, Mrs. Russoll Bowen of Luxora. won the ladies high and Roland Green of Blythcville. won the men's lilsh. Doctors Meet in Osceola Members of the Mississippi Coun- i t,y Medical Society held their monthly meeting in Osceola last night, whip Dr. Eldon Fairley of Wilson delivered a paper on wriot fractures. The nex:, meeting of the Medical Society will be held here Dec. 11. -Red berries in bowls.. decorat- . ed the entertaining rooms of the home. A snlaci ctnir.se with hot drinks was served. Do// W.S.C.S. Mccfs With Mrs. W. A. Whistle Way. A dessert course witli hot driuks was served. In the games played, Mrs. BUI Gllbow won bunco, Mrs. Paul Mahon, high and Mrs. Haskell Blan- kenshlp, low. A ssndwich plate with Iced drinks Officers Are fleeted was served by the hostess. Mrs. Black Entertains With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Monroe Crnin, Mrs. Chester Caldwcll and Mrs. Elton Klrby were guests with Wednesday Bridin: Club members yesterday when Mi.s, F. E. Black entertained with .\ luncheon at her home on W. Henrn. The table from which luncheon was served, held as a centerpiece an attractive arangcment of chrysanthemums and snapdragons iu a crystal bowl. During the bruise £»mrs, Mis. C. A. Cunningham won high score and Mrs. Crain, second. For Demonstration Club Mrs. J. T. Hipp was elected president of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club when the club met yesterday nfternonn nt Ihe Dogwood Community llcnise. . Oilier officers elected to stnv 1 with her ;nr, Mrs. Lulher Thompson, vice-president: Mrs. J. H. I.ules. •.«•- ei-tary rcpurler and Mrs. P. s. Parker, tre.TMirer. The devotional was ttiven by Mrs. Hipp. Refreshment* were served by Mrs Charles Lntrs. At The Hospitals . lll.vthrville Hospital Di?mif-rf d: Charles Short, city. MIT. FL-ank Hodge, city. Jerry Wayne Cowins. city. Walls, Hospital Di.stnissed: Mr;,, ou.v Gran, Rio. 1. city. Mrs. Louis Forsythe and baby, Luxora. Mr*. Tom Jack.snn, city. Dcmrt- Byrum. city. Mi.s. Lmcnc Hardesty. Armorcl. Mrs-, w. R. Middlcton and babv, city. Donna Kay Stewart, city. .Snn\ Jane Davis, city. O D, Bonds, Cooter. Mrs. Eriirsi Walker and baby, ci- i \. Wallace and baby, city. Martin & Boydston Present These Moss Bryan Ivy, Tea Roses and Pom-Poms to decorate the Hanging Vases and Flower Bowls in your home until garden flowers arrive The Gift Shop 103 East Slain Street Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained mariage license yesterday In the office of /Miss Elizabeth —--"-county clerk. Dclmer Grimes and Mist Billie Louise Dew of Lllxorn. Featuring 5 Outstanding Values VIDALTA, Gu. iUl»t —Pollen nre rrriain that the "Thin Man" WAS ivsponMble for two downtown burglaries hcriv Knlninco to both placer- was nnimHl by removing two boa Hit c;u-h oti;hi Inches wide. Mrs. Conway Enlcrlains P. E. 0. With Luncheon Mrs. Aubrey Conway was hostoto yesterday at her home with :\ two-' course luncheon for members ot Chapter D. P. E. O. Sisterhood. ] Luncheon was served at the dining room table whlcii \vas draped wi'n a cut work cloth and held as n centerpiece, an attractive arangemcm of floating gardenias in a low bowl Following the luncheon. Mrs. E. B. Gee presented a program on the topic of "Noted Women in P. E. O.' ! 1 Lot Men r s Heavy Winter Trousers j 95 j i In all sizes and colors. Reg. 5.95-9.50. Closeout I j Better Quality Winter Trousers ! Good tailoring. All colors. Reg. 10.95-15.95. ! CLOSEOUT 450 Rabbi Binstoch to Speak At Jewish Assembly The Twelfth Annual Convctuion o' the Arkansas Jewish Assembly will be held in Little Rock Saturday and Sunday January 17 and 18. ! with Rabbi Louis Blmtock of Chi- j caao as principal speaker. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi ot Temple Israel, will represent the Blythe- Vllle-O&ccola Jewish community and the B'Nsi B'Rith Lodge, while Mrs. Vise .will be the delegate for the Temple Sisterhood and the B'Nai B'Rith Women's Chapter. Dr. Vise, who Is a board member of the assembly, will give the invocation at the Sunday morning services and will participate In the symposium "A People Preparing to Face the World". Cnntimioiis Shnws Kvery Day I!ox Office Opens 1:15 Show SI avis 2:00 USTiCN TO Kl.CN S:00 n.ni. 11:45 p.m. 4:50 p.in. the Rovy Thursdav & Fridnv M-G.M Ad.tnlurel JOHNSON The ROMANCE .of ROSr RIDGl Read Courier Mev> Wint Ad*. Box Dfilce Opens fi:30 Shim SUrls 6:1.1 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. B:ir£:iin Ni&Ht Kvcry Nipht Txcept Saturday No pusses honored on Sunday at Koxy Theatre 45.00 • All Wool VPorttedt! Spring Color*! • Single and Double Breasted M oriel tl Slip into one of thete NEW Towneltd ruits! —Juitwfait you want in 1948 style— and wear! Stripe*, tickweaves, sharkskins in youthful or coniervative lines! Fit and good looks are built right in! Pick youre out now! • l.§ V. S. P«t. Of. Thursday & Friday DorryF F IRENE DONNE REX HARRISON M LINOA DARNELL m A^^^ |r \ AND THI- KING OF SIAM j Men's Quality Dress Suits ', A sensational value! Sizes 33-38. ! Only a few left — — — — — | Men's Heavy Plaid Shirts ! In Red and Black Flannel. j A regular 9.50 value — — — 650 imctri ii IIH» tiomrui fnlicrt M Hill I IIStiOK Also Short Jnbjecta j Lge. Selection Mens Dress Socks i r * j ! Plain and fancy patterns in all colon and iixe«. ^** , fc.....................................L...................=•' Martin & Boydston 5.90 Trim, lined htu of good qiulity fur Oh! Perm*- nenllf thiped it the factory! Grey, tan, brown, blue. The Mid-Field! Lined, fur tell 4.93 Tovmcraff Newt in MEN'S SHOES 17.90 Drewy irioei, catutt tVioc* — P«nney'» h«i them! They're all umirt for Spring, ind durable! 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