The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 4, 1948
Page 4
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FAGS FOUB Bl/TTinEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIH ICBWi Society 9 Phone 4J61 Business Women's Circle Meet* With Dr. Edna Nies Dr ( Edna Kles wai ho&tes* last night »t her home to members of Business Women's Circle Seven of the First Baptist Church together with one guest, Mrs. George I-nn- Ung. Mrs. John Tyrone, president, via In charge of the business meellnc Khcn plans were made lo assemble clothing to send B family In Hungary whose-name and address the circle members have. Also, .H was voted and decided to pass on the Royal Service magazines of the Circle to the local Negro Baptist Church »nd also to give all good used magazines to the local schools. Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp save the Royal Service j/rosrani on llic BUbJect of "The-Unfinished Task In our Homeland," The Bible study was given by Miss Pearl Lee and Mrs. Blankenship R.ive a talk on "Our Country". Mrs. Georgia' Walls clinse (or her subject. "Home Mission Task", and Mrs. Zella Wade spoke on "TliE Task Unfinished". "Worklnn nl the Task" was the subject chosen by Miss Jowel Lee aiin "Urcency of the Task" WAS the topic discusser! by Mrs. Thelma Atkins. Dr. Nies gave the cfosIiiR prayer. Refreshments with lord drinks were served, Royal Neighbors MeeL At V. M. Brister Home The Royal Neighbors of America met Monday at the home ol Mrs. V. M. Krister ai 150D w. Main, with 11 .oieiNbcr.s presenl. Mrs. Rlltll L. Aciay o! Lillli' Rock, state supervisor, was a special guesi at the meeting. During the business session. Mi. 1 ; Leon Scherer was elected as the recorder. Following the meeting, Mrs. Blister, assisted by Mi.^s Anna I/)is Dobbs, served refreshrnents. • • • Dessert Bridge Given Al Wallace Hoke Home Mrs. Wallace IloXc and Mrs. Blan j Heath were hostesses Monday niRlu j when they entertained members of the Tri Delta Alumni Ciub and twn \ guests, Mrs Monroe Grain and Miss i Jane Branson, with a dessert bridpe at the Hoke home on S, llih. Mrs. Spencer Alexander -,von hish •core and Mrs. Hermon Carlton, j bridgo, during the bridge games ! played. j Bridge tallies and other decora- I tions were used to carry out the Valentin* motif. >aia Hutton, one of Ameyi- ' cs's most fabulous hoirosscs, is reported in "very grave" condition in Hern, Switzerland, following an opei-.-Jtion. Her husband. Prince Igor Troul>etzko.v, reported she had taken a turn for the worse. Bits of News Mrs. Brooks Is Hostess To Tn-Town Bridge Club Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jv. was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Trt-Town Bridge Club in the-Plantation Room of Noble Hotel. ; During the bridge games played. Mrs. Eugene Teaford won high score J and Mrs, Russell Haynes Parr, second, high. i The hostess served refreshments of pie with coffee and Iced drinks, i ' *' * • • = Birthday Supper Honors i Mrs. John B. Walker j Mrs. John B. Walker was honored last night when Mrs. Harold; Thompson and Miss Lucy Thompson entertained with a" birthday supper at their home on E. Main. : Quests Included Mr. and Mrs.: Roy Mitchell and sons, John Hasken, Julian and Kenneth nnrt Mr. and Mrs. John West and son John- ; ny. all of Promised Land. ; The dining table was covered with * _whlte linen cloth and centered with an altrnctivc arrangement of gladioli In a low crystal; bowl. Other arrangements or inlx- ed flowers were used in decoratinc the entertaining rooms ot the home. Mrs. Walker w»s presented her gifts by the hostesses. Mrs. Jones Is Hostess At L. E. Old Residence Mi's. Hlley n. jon'cs of Manila,! was host MS yi'Mi'rdav afternoon at 1 the homo <if Mrs. L. B. Olri. to members of Tuesday Biiduc Cluli ! and line finest. Mrs, Monroe Craln. DtiriiiR the afternoon when brlrif;p panics wore played, Mrs. Charlr-s Crigi;er jr., won high and Mrs. Craln. second high. ; } Yellow n-ysanthrimims rteftralcd the entertalnim: i-nonis of the home. A rii'sserl coilr.v? served. Mrs. Webb Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Butt Lowr nt Manila, auci ; Alls. Henu'.rd Graham were RIIP.^IS j other than nirmbr-rs last night, v.hcn Mrs. Clarence S. \Vr-bb en- 'tertrunrd La Ncuve Club members at her home. During Ihe evening when bridge games \VCIT played, prizes were won i by Mrs. Mi-lvhi Halsell for hi<-h 1 score and Miss Anita Pay Beck, i ••second hiiih. j A dcs.',cvl course \vas served. At The Hospitals fUvlhrvtllc fluspllal Mrs. Frank Hodcc. city. Sam Ciinrrrez. LUNO™. \Valls Hospital Mrs. Sam Glass. Rte. 1. city. Jeff White. Rtr. 3. city. Mrs. Chester Honsun and baby, city. Mrs. D. F- M.iwhnn, Rle. 2. r.lty. I Palsy Ann Faulkner. Victoria. Mis. Bernard Pike and baby. Steele. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton and daughters, Jane and Joy were In Memphis Monday night to attend the fee Show at Ellis Auditorium. Bill Browne, son of Mrs. E. J. Browne, left today for Ithaca, N. y.. where he will enroll at Cornell University. Miss Vivicnnc Moore led today by plane for Birmingham. Ala. where she will vLsil for several days. She went especially lo attend a sorority dance. Leon Monroe, Seaman First Class, U.S.N. of Hoseland, hn» been upending leave from the imvy with Mr. and MIS. J. w. Blair ol Rowland. He arrived home Jan, 12, and will return lo Ihe U..SS. Cunarrnn, which Is docked in San Franci.-ico. Condition ol Mr.!. T. C. Scarlett, who suffered a stroke last Wednesday at her home. Is tmtmntovcd. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Fulghxm BJ-C the parents of a son born yesterday afternoon at the Blytheville Hospital, Their second child, he has not yet hern named. They have one other son, Ronnie. Mrs. Fulftliam uas before her mar^.agc, Mis.s Billic Van Wright. Charles R, Hesicr Jr., .son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hester, underwent an emergency uppc;idcc- tomy this morninn at Walls Hospital. Hi.s condition Is satisfactory. Condition or J. w. Sykcs, who has been seriously 111 for several months, is line-hanged. He is still unable to have visitors. Mr. mid Mrs, Ellis E. Ash!i-<- and daughter, Ella Sue. of Mor.' '.on, Ark. are spending several davs here willi .Mis. J. T. Ashley .1111! other relatives. Hoh Mcll.-iiiey and Charles Af- lick Jr. were in Memphis Monday where they attended "Holiday On Ice" a'. Ellis Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. nolnnd Green accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J A. figs of Osceala, will attend the Holiday on Ice at the Ellis Auditorium, totilghi In Memphis. Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs, b. I. Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club Members. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. W. P. Mahon with Mr*. Bill Ferguson »s hostess. Town and Country Club meeting • t the home ol Mrs. R. C. Rose. Virimen's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church will have » pot luck supper together with * study Mid prayer service at the church at 7: p.rn, ThurtrUjr Jayceellcis will meet at the clubroom at 1:30 p.m. Club Eight meeting »t Ihe home of Mrs Paul Jobe. Octette chit) meeting at the home of Mrs. n. C. Rose »t Roseland. Bunco Club being entertained at the home ol Mrs. L. A. Daughtery. Jolly Eight Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Grover Wren. Mid-Week Club being entertained al Ihe home of Mrs. W. L. Horner. Thursday Contract Cluh meeting al th« home of Mr». E. R. Lancashire. Friday The Women's Auxiliary ol the First Presbyterian Church will meet at the church at 2 o'clock for study and lu-ayer service. Alpha Dr-Ha Chapter of Beta Sig ma Phi will mr/ct Friday, 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gene Atkinson, 918 Chickasawba. Mrs. I-cndcnnle Fowler entertaining C. B. C. Club members al her home. Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell al 2 o'clock. Mrs. R. L. Wnde will be hostess and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. co- hostess to the Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church. Friday. 2:30 pin. at the Wade home on Walnut and 15th St. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—7:30 p.m. American Legion Aiixlliary—R:00 p,m. Wednesday Khiants Club—li:10. Thursday Rotary Club 12:10 p.m. Friday The Blytheville High School Band will present a concert at the. High School Auditorium. 7:30 p.m, Blind Leads Blind And Also Those I Who Can See Well BOSTON fUP>— The Wind not only leads the blind but lends a helping hand to sighted persons at the Boston office of the Vcterp.ns Administration. The special (rnini]i K officer ill the rehabilitation section Is Henry D. Masse of SomervlUe., who lost his sight In a war-time explosion and knows what it Is lo overcome the handicap o[ blindness. Though he works with all veterans, Masse insists the "blind boys arc my boys." "I've hern in Ihr hrwpital with them, played with them, been sick with them. They're my pals and f know \\hal they're up acninst," h(> said. Blliirl On Do Job Masse believes the hardest prob- ! lem is convincing people that blind- ; ness does not mean total disability. "We run Into It nil the time try- , IIIR to find employment for the' blinded veteran. The hardest job Is I convincing people that n blinded '. veteran can do a job." Masse convinced his employers by staying lute after n-ork until he learned the floor plan o( Ihe building by heart no he could move around without trouble, and travel- Ing to and from work without ns- sislance. fn consequence, he can a.ssist those with sight. In h!.% spare time. Masse and his wife go to the movies with another hlinci veteran and hU wife. The women rend the cnpllons, explain shifting scenes and have a fine time. Wife 1i Hlj F.Tea "My wife is my eyes," Masse says. "She is better Ihan a seeing eye dog. She docs all my reading for me. 1 don't know what I'd do without her." But. he said, "She's perfectly normal about it—so normal siie can beef If she doesn't feel like reading nlouri, .she tell* me 1 can just watt. Osceola Events Tuesday Supper Club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. H. Lovcwell at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Mld-Week Prayer Service of the First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Two table club at the home of Mrs. Mike Nnllllng at 2:00 p.m. Thursday Klwanis Club meeting al the Elementary School at 1:00 p.m. Friday Boys and girls basketball game Osceola vs. Shawnee, here. Retired Pastor to Bless Fishermen as Always SEATTLE (UP)—The, Rev. O. L Hanvlk" has ended more than 'Jb ycari In the pastorale of th« Ballard Lutheran Church here. The nationally-known Fishermen's Festival—in which fishermen moving out to the banks from Ihe Port of Sealllc were blcssod and prayers said for their safely anci » good catch—was Instituted by'"the Rev Mr. Haavlk In 1929. Havlk said although he will im longer «tep up lo the pulpit, he will conlinue to officlnle al the fishermen's Festival. , FBSRtTARY 4, 1948 Bonnets Bow to Romance By I psie KInarti (NEA I'aslilon KflKnr) NEW YORK cNEA)— "Knls for girl to propose in" is the way one milliner describes his leap- year creations. This seems to be the designing idea behind many of the bonnenls heading into spring. CnrryliiR as sentimental' an appeal as n Valrntlnp. new hats depend largely for effects upon lace. fraRile nets, delicate tints, flower and ribbon fancies, and veils that tie under the chin. Many a bonnet's captivating charms are echoed In matching bags. There are examples of this .spring team-work shown lower right in a beret of natural leghorn straw and matchlne straw bnu. The is handed with strips of blnck faille, the bag with jet. The. picture hat of white embroidered organdy, a Hattie Carnegie design, lower lelt, is typical of the romantic nppea) of spring millinery. As romantic is the veil- xvvnthcri Victorian sailor, whicn bows back into style. One of white pique, shown in the Peg Fischer design at, upper left, is lined with stitched black taffctn and sports a brim flange of fuchsia-colored velvet ribbon. Heavy black mesh makes a veil drupe around the'sailor ami ties under the lady's chin. Fxample of the gay little ribbon-and-flower hat. Ihe sole aim of which is to captivate, is seen in the Sally Victor design, upper right For this one, green nnd white- striped silk ribbon and yellow buttercups weave their witchery. /sooc Lewis Funmral To fie He'd Tomorrow Funeral services for Lsaae Lewis, SI. who ciicd at the home of hts sister, Mrs. Irene Taylor In Los Angeles. Calif., Tuesday, Jan. 27, and whose body is being brought here, will be conducted tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock at the Hot',. Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. E, C. Brown, pastor of (he First Baptist Church will officiate and burial will be In Elmwood Cemetery. We the Women By Ruth Millclt NKA Staff Writer "Unless scmcihing is done, prices are hound to RO still higher. .It's | up lo the people who buy to shop carefully. We say prices are high, but all prices are not equally high. By careful shopping, it's passible . to buy without paying too much." That's the president and general tnallagcr of the. National Retail Dry Goods Association speaking. But If he Is aim- fc -. advice s.1- "* Dl11 Ml " e " ing Read Courier Newa Want Ada. NOW DON'T TELL ME V^'RE JUST AMXIOUS TO GET TO THOSE GREAT BUYS AT THANKS We wish (n extend our most sincere thanks (o (he volunteer firemen of Rlylheville, and to nil of those for the aid they gave in the heroic effort In prevent Ihe disastrous, fire Saturday minniiiK. We realize thai everything possible was dime to save our store from destruction «nd we are deeply jfrateful for your help. Reconstruction of the Family Sho« Store In now In progress, and we ar« happy to announce that we will again he in operation wilhin from 60 to 90 day*. IMPORTANT NOTICE All those persons having businesn matters to transact wilh (he Family Shoe Store will he notified through this newspaper within • few day* as to the temporary location of our bttsines* office. Family Shoe Store 312 Main Street .he • isn't telling thctn a thing. For a long, long time they h;u"o been meeting the challenge 'ol in- , nation by careful shopping. It's time-consuming p.nd it's lir- ing, but it's a necessary thing today, unless a woman has unlimited money to spend. Judging by the prevalence of ' advertised sales all over the country, and (he bij mark-down* being; j made to entice customers lo buy, | such shopping ;s having results. i Naturally Careful Women didn't fall for the "new- look" to the extent that was expected. They didn't toss into the j discard everything in their ward- ! robes that the new styl&s had dai- j ed. the way they were told they ': would, -have to do. Instead, they only --bought a few things with the , "ne'.v look" for dress-up wear. Women are naturally careful '. ba.M-rs. They know all ihe tricks ot getting what they want at the IOWOSL possible price. No man can tcii them anything about that. Telegraphic Gift Etlison begr.ii his telegraphic career in 1662. after he saved the life of the station agent at Mt. demons. Mich. The father taught Edi- sou telegraphy in gratitude. flighty Fast Relief For' COUGHS*' CHEST COLDS RUB ON Perfume borlles printed on gay colon peep provocatively ml, cri.p fittl* ballerina in shades of Saly no ORIGINAL. The New York Store Phone 2132 Blytheville, Ark. KUfREX Moke* Pimp|« s Oisopoeor fast M *«' ri t . J » tJf 4 J "Drug Siore.s Everywhere" WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE-! 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