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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, BI.YTJIEVIM.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE QClG Phone M01 • Mrs. Coales Is Hoslcss i lo Bridge Club, Guest Mis. KttsrMl Cuutcs enlevinmed the three table bridge club and one guest. Mrs. Then Logan, at her hinne on W. Ahh, lu ihc bridge yames played, Mrs. Dewey Hamby won high He-ore and Mrs, Jim Itoleson, second ht^h. KnU'rUiInmj; rooms of the home were decontu-d with potted plants and mixed Howe us, The 1 lost ess served refreshments [ ol n de ?•, soil course with coffee. Seekers S. S, Class Has Covered Dish Supper The Seekers Sunday School Class sf the First MethodUt Church, met last night at the Church for a covered dish siippf' 1 '. with Mrs. Fred Steadman and Miss Ruth Scay as hostesses. Tlie long tables at which the supper was served were covered with white cloths nnd centered with a low bowl filled with pink tipped white gladioli and Plcarriy gladioli, flanked by white tapers burn- Ing in crystal candelabra. La rye wliHn snowmen, fashioned of card- < \it \ n ill board covered with cotton, were ' i'll'S. Allen Is HOStCSS g!-cen dC ry° Wn lhe tablcs ballkpd wUh | To Club Eight, GllCSt A short business meeting ful- f MJ-. S . R. C. Allen entertained lowed Ihc supper, and was presided , members of Club Kiyhi and ono over by the president. Jack Owen. I yu est, Mrs. Fred Flmnan, yvsler- At this meeting plans "'.ere made | day afternoon ;ii her home on for the organization of a spiritual ; ch^kasawbu Avenue, fellowship group to meet each Wed- | Mrs . pi cct nan won hifih and Mis. ncsday nisht at 8:30 o'clock, with \ Jossc M white won second, when ge games wore pltivcd. Bits of News white eavnaiion ;is a Hi'l of the j hostess. I 'Ihe dining table held an ntlrai 1 - j live arrangement of floating u;u - deiihu'-i raid dessert course with hot ' coftee was served. I tlie Rev. Allen D. Stewart conducting the study. j Following (he business meeting i the 25 guests played party games ] and hurt groiip singing, under the | direction of Miss -Mamie \>. Adams | and Miss Bcttu Boyri. | » • * Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Harry Haines Mrs. Harry W. Haines wjis hostess yesterday lo metnbers of the Mid-Wcek Club and one guest, Mr.s. w. F. McDanicl.'with a UVD course luncheon nt her home on W. Chickasawba. The (lining table, at which luncli was served, was centered with an attractive arrangement of white ta-! Wren, low hcore pers burning In silver candelabra, j May. rooko. Following the luncheon, briflse [ The II&.S'LL.SS .served Vest Pocket Retriever Condition of T.yman Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Sullivan, who ill at 'the Blytheivlle Hospital with pneumonia, is slightly Improved. Joe Siiliba, student iU ljO\ilsiana Stale University. Union llonee, L" . is sprndinp his inlcl-terin vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mrs..J. A Saliba and family. He will return to school Sunday. | B. G. West is In Memphis wlicrc ho was called yesterday because of | Ihe sctiuub illness of his sister. Mrs. 1 Albert Cone. ' | Condition of Mrs. Sam Glass, who underwent an appendectomy. i at Walls Hospital Tuesday, is Im- | Retrieving a full-grown duck is quite a task for Frit Ocnson of E;IJJ!C River. \Vis, b ' ' s quite a task for V tutic, a onc-venr-old <lacli.i nit the youiiHslt'r does it rrpoiilrdly ill Chicago' Show. The nu>sl dinicult purt of llic job for ttii< vcsl-piiekt-l vdv onc-yenr-old daehshund owned by Orin Illinois Spoilsmen's tho bird olT its foot Princess Anne Will Wed Former Romanian King, Possibly in May ]!y l.:iis rklmui (IJiiUm l'r'-ss Staff Corn's)!. ST. MORTISS. .Ian I'rln<:e Rene of Donrbon I'imnn .said lodiiy that Ills dnuuhter. I'riu- (UP> — A . _ Mrs, Bowcn entertains Club Members, Guests , O, pipelines from I ho Kltkuk ollfleldj (o I he Medllernnean, "The* first (if thrill already is i] hand. H I.s tt l-lnch pipeline, ntn- iihiR punillel to the B-29 Crashes In Alps While Seeking C-47 KKANKKURT. Jail. 30. (UP)—A Plying Fortress was reported to liavc crashed In (lip French Alps l(xlay while searching (or A C-47 whlc'li 12 Americans were bc- lloved lo have gone down In that nrrn Tuesday. Dispatches from Grenoble reporl- fd the crash of lh f FlyhiRi Fort- less adnlnst tho mountainside near niKne, in the region where wreck- ace In-Moved lo lie lhal of tho inlsx- I"K plane had been sighted. Air searchers snld there were no slsns of lile about the C-47, which "•us carrying three wives and five children of American oldlers In the Trieste area In addlllnn lo n crew of four. The piano was demolished, these rcporU snld, Oromid search par- lies were ordered lo the area, which Is ulioul 12 miles North of rilgno, I'Mndi 1 D ' G " (1 ls nll(lllt TO mile* Northeast. Hue from Klrknk (a Haifa" and"" M " IW " 1 ''- Bditvcj In Good • EUCHART, Ind. (UP) — Po>k» Matron liaasie Kellogg will reUr* from Ihc Elkhart ixilice dcparlment Feb. 1 ullhout having made an ur- rest in her 30 years of service. "I'vi fipcnt. my time searching for wayi to accomplish good," she said, "Instead o! retching criminals." drilling in f.vo locations In the Bas- rah, area, operated by the Basrah Petroleum Company, are in progress. Mrs. Blakemove Hostess To Club Members, Gucsl Mrs. Albert Enderlm was juu'U yesterday u-ilh tlit- Jolly Ei^hl Clu) members, wlien Mrs. Neville Bhik;'- moie (-ntenaii\etl at her home on Ash Street. In the games played. Mrs. Grover Wren won high score, Mrs. Giro and Mrs. Wilfred refreshments fit 2. sandwich plate with coffee. Mrs. Welch Entertains Octette Club, Guests Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. G. H. Clicar were Rueits yesterday nf- tcrnoon when. Mi\s. Lx>y Welch cn- Icrtalncd Octette Club members nt her home. was played with Mrs. DaDanii'l winning high score and Mrs. M. O. Us- rcy, second high. Mrs. Gene Ellis Hostess To Bunco Club, Gucsls Mrs. Gene Ellis was hoslcss yesterday when she entertained members of the Bunco Club anil thr«:c guests Mrs. Paul Human. Mrs. Carlton Or.sburn and Mr.s. Jack Muthe- ney at her home on West Ash. Mrs. Otho Stanfield won bunco during the games played, Mrs- Ma- tlieney, high score and Mrs. L. A. Dougherty, low score, _ _, . it f Entertaining rooms of the home *>/ Corut/ierSVI//e ScnOOl were decorated with potted plants Hiui mixed flowers. The hostess served refreshments of hot tarnale.s utid iced drinks. When bridge games were played. Jim Smart, student at University of ArfctmsHs, Fjiycttcvllle, i.s spend* iti^ T .several rlny.s with his .sLstcr, Mr.s. J. Mcll Brooks Jr., Mr. Urooki i and family. I Mr.s. I lurry Klrby returned lo i her homo yesterday from Ihe Memphis Baptist Hospital where she hud been utntcrKOlntng treatment for Ihe ptisl three weeks. Her condition i.s improved. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims ami Mr ut Mrs. Chester CalchvcU have returned fiom New Orleans, w lie re they spent a 10 day vacation. Jim Oatcs. student at William Jewel College. Liberty, Mo., hns arrived to spend several days here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. V O.ites. Mr nnd Mrs. C. Abraham have as their guests her sister, Mr.s. Carmen Saxe and Mr. Saxe of Syracuse, N. Y. Mrs. Russell Phillips returned yesterday from Battle Cree, Mich., where she has been for the past several weeks. Mr. Phillips met her in Memphis. Condition of Norvllle Humphrey, who under went a major operation yesterday morning at Walls j Mis. Grear won high • James Hill Jr., second. j A dessert course was served. ! Honor Roll Announced Mrs. Surprise Party Given At Earl McGregor Home Earl McGregor was honored with a surprise birthday party last night when his wife entertained friends at their home on Division Street. During the evening, rook was playd with Albert Jenkins winning high score and Mrs. Stella Davis, low score. Mr. McGregor was presented his gifts after which the hostess .served refreshments of cake, jello, and iced drinks. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Jan. 30. —Honor roll students of Caruthcrs- vilie high school lor the .second Qiiartei were announced yesterday. Thty nre: 7-A and B grades- Charlie Mae Abbott. Jane Bader, James Barksdale, Homer Dale: Brace}', Shirlcv | Bnmtley, Carolyn Brown. Billy Chi it on. Victor Cromcr, Ann Dill- I man. Mary Prances Edgerton. Judy , Foster, Shirley Fox. Claude Galliau, Ferry Going. Daniel King, Jack King. Merry Nell Lane, Joe Mictiie. Wilnia Pensc, Uick Richardson Ann Sawyer. Betty Sue Shirley, Bobby Trjiritham, D wight Walls, Norms Walker, Jimmy Watkins. S-A and B Oracles—Jim Bernard. Ralph Clayton, Edward Constant, Susan Cunningham, Betty DotUl, Fred G:.'iie Dudley, Betty F.lkins, Helen Fiuigin.s, David Gait her, Na- (ime Hancock. Margaret Kindred, LemiUa LaVellc. JoAnn Meridetb, Sue Powell. Vivian Thompson, pital, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. O.scar Fendlcr RTQ spending several days iu Memphis. Mrs. F. D. Underwood is ill nt the home of her daughter, H. H. Houchins. A. L. Kinney, former superintendent of the Gosnell school, is seriously ill with a spinal ailment at the home of his parents in Dexter, Mo. This ailment has made him jui invalid for the past seven months. style in Mny mid not 1- FV Winter resort "tourist oilorlnliimrnl." ceremony. The Prince .said in ins interview at his hotel (hat the mamage would , tnke place either In Copenhagen, ! Paris or Vlllofrnnchc 1 on the I'Vent'h Rlvfcrn. "I have n home in euch of Ouvst 1 places, Prince Rene said. "If the couple wants to settle clown and make n home In Vlllrtrnnchc 1 will lei thc'in have a villa. n'any cn.sc, I hnve decided the wedding won't take plac c lu nny Winter resort In Switzerland. We want the weddfnp to be a world tup and not. some kind of tourist entertainment. "My daughter and Michael aro now engni-cn, nnd that i.s n fact. W ff cnnnot see any reason to make anv official Atalemcnt at thLs point. "We will sturt tl\e wedding preparations a.s .soon as possible. As t\ matter of fact, that Is onn of tlie reasons why my wife !s rcturnfnK to Coplicnlingcn so soon. Her idra h that Anne'.s bridal clothinf? should be mnde In Sweden nnd she wants to pet started wilh this matter right (iway." Prince Rene .snld he WHS rclurn- IMR to CopenhnRcn Sunday. Iln .snld Anne nnd her mother. Princess Mnnjrcthe, would stn v two weeks at Mrs.' Davo.s where Michael nnd Anne ! are skiing. The Prince .said Anne would like to make her home in France, where she served durlnp part of the wnr as a lieutenant, in nn mnbulnncc detachment and won the Croix do Guerre OSCKO1.A. Ark,, .Inn, HO,— Mrs C. Down wns huMrss ut her lunne yt'sterday Hltcrniuin to two tables of club nn-mhrrs and tv.o nne.sts, Mrs. Herbert .Shippen nnd Airs. Chester When hridt'.o numes were pluyed, prl/c.s were \v»m hy Mr.s. Hellyc Nelle .Star]-, lii(!h and MLS. 1'iilnier titiin- (0)1. MH'iHHl. A dessert cuinsr wns .served. Coming Events Social Calendar Slmility Mlbs |[i)|>p Wliilwoilh will lip- coinn Ilic hiltlo of [Clwoixl Open tn n ceremony lo be soloinnl.'.od nt 'i o'clock nl Ihc KlrM Mnthodlsl Cliurch, will) the Rev. Allen 1). Slcwnrt, ndklnllliK. Tripoli, "Abdul 10 IUT ccnl of (lie new K!lkilk-ll!\trn sri-lloii titnv Is bulli. II will bi- llnlslioil in'xl ycai. p nu' Tripoli M'i'ilon Is M'lu'iiulcil tut 'I'hi' sucM'iil si'lu'inc, 'irlv.ltuilly pLunu'cl Ijrlmv tlic uiir. \siu; slm-1- ril only liiM yciir l)i><'ini.-i<- ol Hie 'lack ol tnilli'llnK rim-Inn !!»• IIDS- Tho plane wus rciwilcd inl.uliiK Insl 'iMcsdny nllrr livklnR oil from Islrcs nirport. near Mnrsrlllc, for Vlrtluc. llnly. In Ihc Trieste nrca. The nmiy tlciH'iiflenl.s nboard arrived nl Hifin.-iliHVcn Jim. 23 on Uip Army Trnn.s|)t)rL C!cn, 11. K. Cail.iii O.sceo/o Events Frlilny Girls :uul l)o^s biiskclball game. Shawnce vs Osceola, ihcrc. B.OfJ ji.in. Allnlhn- 1.1m. I'l.inil.a "When lids prnjcei. Is i-ompleied," 1'ai'hiirhl Mated, "It will opcnilu coiK'iiriciitly wilh Die old ]i[]n'llnc, rai.slnt; Inut's iiolroli'iiin cxiinrts from iliolr |)r<v,cni mnxlmum ol -I.UOO.ODO tons a year to more than I'^.IKHUHK) Ions. "Vet a lilKKcr |)ipellni' forms pail I of Ibi^ lulure plans of I ho Uai| I'etnilenm Company. liimnhiK li'om ' Klrkiik In (He Mcdltciiincmi, Ihis i projei-ied :in-lneh line will when ' ronllzcil, slep up Iraq's petroleum! expoils (o 25.tKIO.000 Ions n year. ' "Kiikuk's oil slnielilre i s ono of the lilRResI in the world. The effi cient handling f' produellon by i|\ company contributes to proloiiKln I lie life ol the field and conserving H.s energy " Oil nctlvlty also Is In progress in other pnrl.s of lra(|. I'K^paralU.ins lot Mrs. Keck Is Hostess With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. 0. E. Keck was hostess yes-' Ulu ' 5c Wavman. Icrday w h e n she cntcrtainc-d ! Freshmen Bilbo June Adams, Thursday Contract Club members ' Great hue Bo.vti, Anna Grace Coke., and two guests, Mrs Joe Kirbv of ' Jacqueline Cokcr. Elzic Danlcy. J. Paragould and Mrs. Edgar Borum ! w - F| BBi"s, Helty Neal Helm, Hc!with a luncheon at her home on I cn J ° Hinchey. Chas. iMcad, Virgie West Main ' M;i s Plunk. Mavy Jane White. The dining table, at which lunch- [ Soplioniorcs— Mary Martha Ab- eon was served, held as a center- ' bo'.t. piece an attractive arrangement of yellow floating candles placed on a mirrored plariue. which was garlanded with greenery and tiny yellow f!o,\ers. Following the luncheon, bridge was played with Mrs. P. D. Foster winning high score and Mrs. Borum, low. Mrs. Mullins Is Hostess To Demonstration Club The Yarbro Home Demonstrntion ' Club mot Tuesdny afternoon at, the home of Mr.s. Herbert Mullins with Mr.s. J. W. Widncr as co-hostess. Roll call was answered by each of the 17 members attending nnd th? County Home Demonstration agent. Miss Gertrude Bond, telling of a way to save bread and meat. Mr.s. Widncr read the poem "Winter." to begin the meeting and this was followed by the devotional given by Mrs. Walter Barnes. A talk on "Canned Meat" wns given by Mrs. Lee Stitcs nnd Miss Bond told of the ways of canning sausage. When games were played, prizes were won by Mrs. L. T. Burnlmm, Mrs. Gene McGuire and Mrs. Barne:; A salad plate with iced drinks was served- Anne's falher would nob say whether he intends to see Pope plus XII concerning the wedding. Vatican dispatches yesterday snld that special dispensation must bp ob- Strategic State Of Iraq Plans Big Oil Step-up BAGHDAD. Trat] (UP)— Petroleum exports from Iraq oil fields j will he raised In "5,000.Of)0 tons n 1 year when the full' pipelines scheme j i.s completed. ' The figures were dtselased lit a statement hy Or. Nndim nl- Pm'hachl, director nenernl of the ministry of enmointes, "The scheme," Pnclsnclii ,sind, "In- of Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort I'Y.STKKTH, n I'lc'iis.l n' tnon-rtclcli povvclor, ImKi.. fuL. more llvinly. To cnl and Inlk li. more comlnrl, , ' sprln' '.f .. .lc TKlO'l'll nn ynur plut.tr No K' ><-•>'. imsty tnr.lo ficllu "plnlc mini" (drnliira IjrciUh), act FASTEETH nt nny (IrilK sloro. CORRECTION .lack Sprat CATSUP ROXY THEATRE T.nsl Time Todaf Catholic slid Catholic. Atine Is a Roman Clor;a Ahem, Joyce Announcement Services will be held tonight .,. Suzanne Cain, Doris Carroll, James 8 o - clock at Tcm _ple LsraeK The Rev Mrs. Hughes Entertains Club Members, Guests Churchill. Helen Coker, Mary El- Lcn Kindred, Betty Shaiid.s. Juniors —' Jean Alford, Marilyn Connor, Ton.mie. Lou DeBerry. PCS- try Fox. Clyde Jolinston. Dorothy King. Ruby MurrcH, Betty Jo PritchiiriL | Seniors—Biiiy Acuff. Jack Allen. Rosamond Black, Carolyn Christian, Lee Dorroh Martha Lou Johnson, Ernestine Mecilin. Joe Muir, Jo Frances Ncely, Frances Parnell, Dorothy Proctor, Peggy Robertson, Jacqueline. Roland, James G. Taylor, Jim Tillman, Shirley TluvcaU. Doris Willis. Mrs. Baker Wilson. Mrs. w. J. Wunderlich and Mrs Charles nose, werfi guests yesterday when Mrs. R. D. Hughes entertained Thursday Luncheon club members with a two-course luncheon at her home. During the afternoon when BIytlicvillc bridge sames were played, Mrs. . Dismissed: Wilson won high and Mrs C. W. : Mrs. R. W. Bidwell ami baby. city. Afiiick. second. The table at which luncheon was served was centered with an attractive arrangement of Spring At The Hospitals Hospital Ilo-Jrers. Willis Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Daync Turnage and baby, city. Mr.s. Spencer Kessler. Rte. 1. city. Alfred Vise will officiate nnd deliver the sermon. Read Courier News Want Ads. OOU1LI-DUTY NOSE DROPS Wjrks Where Most ColdsStart Don't delay! Al the first WEirnlnff anlffle or sneeze, put. a few drops of Vlck. 1 ! Vn-lro-nol it] each nostril. For II used in llme.Vii-tro-nol helps preucrtt innny ^v colds Tram develop- «F^y Inj. Relieves head cold dlstrefis Tnst. Try it! Follow dl- ^ rectlons in package. V1CKSVATRONOL . Mercury Mike says: WE MAKE OLD CAR J LOOK NEW A*AIM CLOSEOUT Regular 4.98 SL BLAN HEATH HOME & AUTO SUPPLY STORE •11!) \Vcsl Main SI. Phone R2S Bring your cor to us for EXPERT BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS COMPLETE FACTORY- QUALITY REPAINTING Reasonable Prices... Budget Payments Still & Young Motor Co. Phones 3479-4333 1st & Walnut BIytheville "Eventually We Will Be Recommended to You" M or., botllc mlvcrtlscr! 51.1(1 Doz. in yt'slcnhiy's paper should have read: $2.10 Doz. HAYS Store LUfl Continuous Shows Kvcry \1ity Rox Orrit-c Opens 1 :-IS Show Sliirls 2:(!() LISTI:N TO KI.CN 8:UO a.m. 12:-I5 \i.n\. 4:30 p.m. ADMISSION lie and 35c Colored Halcnny flc and 20« (nil times) Daily at I p.m.; Illltl !l JUIK ran ri.KASK Atlcu nver.voiic \\\\\ ^, c TO I;VI;IIVHOI>Y I'assrs llonnrcil uti Thi AUrurlkm) l-thciV* a buill-in fi«tting locV fi«e;ci ot ilotcs GO 1o 80 lb». o afuly (or monlhi. Socond — thtm't i c:-il rold ron p* t1 me nl 1fi*1 ntvti hai lo b« de!rc4led. V/.rn Slenlamp to kiU airborn* Giia. fcscls »!,!/ Iteih ami moiil in uncoverad he*. Co^-.o rco thii tm*;ing 2-in-l r«Fri7»ralor Serial "O-Mcn" No. 10 and Short Cont. Shows Sal. 11 a.m.-ll:3» p.m. Priced At Only IMMEDIATE LIVERY! Paramount Nrws; Also Slinrts Cont, Slmwinp Sunday 1:30-11:00 PEBSY »KN RANBOLPM IYIB GARNER • SCOTT • BAM OEM CflHWl STOCKWELL • MARSHAll fox News and Stlected VbMt Cent. Showing Sun. 1:3* - 11:3* pm

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