The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 16, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BL'TTHEVTLLl (AUK.)' OOURTEH Phone 4161 < Mr». Charley Hart Is j Honored With Shower I Mr«. J. D. Widner was hostess J Friday night »-hen she entertained ' | with » shower honoring Mrs. Cliar- i ley Hart at the home of Mrs. J. E. ' MeF»U on Lake Street. j The guest of honor's chair was i marked with red and white rlb- I bons/ which were tied Into a large j bow it the back of the choir. , The dining table, at which re- i frcshments were served, was draped j with a lace cloth and centered with 1 i novel Valentine arrangement of hearts flanked by white tapers bnrn- Bits of News Dr. Edna N!c« will Icnve tontjflu for Dallas. Tex., where she will attend the National Pioctoloelcal Society meeting (or 10 clays. The business sessions and lectures will he conducted al the Baker Hotel find (he clinics will be held »t the Sparks clinic and Hospital. Mrs. Helen WILion and rtnitBh- - j ing In silver holders. Individual ] heart shaped cookies added to the i tttracllvencss of the setting. Other I decorations were used in the enter- J taming rooms to carry out the Val[ entlne motif. i Gifts were presented to the guest I el honor sifter which games were J played, with Mrs. Tommy Tinker I »nd Mrs. Virgil Williams winning I prizes, I The hostess was assisted in serv- i *. m. vjmvw, auuKiucr 01 iMr, RHCI i ing by Mrs. Hart's mother, Mrs. J. j Mrs. Herman Graves. who has bren I E. McFall. ....... > • • * | Valentine Party Given ! By Delores Ann Adams i i Delores Ann Attains, daughter of J Mr. and Mra. Rlley Adams, was j hostess at her home Frlclny night i with a Valentine party which six < of her friends Coming Events Social Calendar Monday St Stephens Auxiliary will meet »t the home of Mrs. J. LtJloy Kud- dtesSOn al 8 p.m. The Parent-Teacher Associations ol Bljyhevllle will sponsor a Founders Day program at the High School Auditorium al 8 o'clock, Max B. Reid will be guest speaker. The 1'uenday Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma phi will meet Tuesday night, 1:30 al the club room. All members please wear slacks and gym shoes, lers, Marcia Lou and Sandra Call Trl-Town Bridge Chib members of Essex, Mo., arrived yesterday lo " spend several days here with her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Forrest and olher relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Emrlch and children, AnKn Ann and Joe of Memphis, spent the weekend here \vl!h /Mends and relatives. Pat Graves, daughter ol'Mr, seriously 111 in Memphis Methodist Hospital, is much improved. meeting at the home ol Mrs. O. G Caucllll. La Ncuve Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Newel) o. Jerome. Wednesday Mr*. Carl Marshall will entertain C. and N. Hirlhday Club members at her home «t 7:30 p.m. Town and Country club being e n- tertnlned at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at .. uiui*ii imjjiuvLU. ~" M.,1,.-., v,\j,j iiLi:^iit*g Mr. and. Mrs. Cnrl Bryant of : tne 'i™ 16 °' Mrs. W. P. Malion. Memphis were the weekend Bursts | A'nplo Grove Cemetery Assocla- of her parents, Mr. nnri Mrs. n. s. Sheiton. Mr*. Penrl Hires Is spending sev- - eral days In Memphis, where she will consult her specialist. Mr, nnd Mrs. H H. Stone hud as their finest.'; over 'the weekend. Mr. i itei jncjiua Hituiiiicd. i n'nj K"i-oi^> "KT me w<'fK(?nfi, ,Mr. , During the evening when party nn<l Mrs - Oswald Ralncy ot Memi fames were played, prizes were won) P hls i by Olenda Lewis, Joyce Boles Pat Mlss R"Ui Seay spend the week' "--"—• --• — • - end in Carlisle- as gur-t of the Rev. and Mrs. G. D. Magce and Purtlow and Glenda Penny. [ Refreshments of heart shaped. I sandwiches, iced drinks and small I aon - G rally Mdgce. T c*ke«'Wlth each guest's name In-1 Stanley Hood, son of Mr. nnd scribed on them, were served by ' Mrs- Si M> H °od. has pledged Jfip- i the hostess, assisted bv her mother I PR sl R mR InUernlty «t the Univer- I ..." ' slty of Arkansas, Fayctlevtllo, where j Missco Students Winners i ' RUMCII" cnmpbcii im gone to ;Ncw York niiri Chicago lor 10 days H. Calrtwcll nnd ! In Campus Contest ! Two North Mississippi County [ students were among 14 at Arkan- ( sss State College In Jone-sboro who i were elected to appear In the nn- i nu«l "Who 1 * Who on the State Cot[ left Campus," it was learned today, i They were Larry Moore of Bly; theville and Naida Donncr of Ma' nils, Moore, was named the "mosc , witty boy" and the "most talented I person." Miis Donner and Calvin Lamb of Rlplei, Hiss., were nurncd I "the m,oH loving couple." I Sunday School Rally I To fie Held Tonight i Sunday School Rally Assoclntlon- i M Wide -Meeting will be held to- j night. 7;SO,.»t the Calvary Baptist , Church. A good program has .1 b«n arranged representing most j churches . In the association. MIs- [ aisslppl County Baptists have 35 t re(ru!ar churches in the assocla- l tion; We are- exptctlnft » good J representation from each church. i Com* and be with \|» In Ihls bla I rally. * j Proyiram Is Postponed Tht Foiindit's Day program that | on » buying trip Mr. nnd Mrs W. ... _ _ sons. Billy nnd David spent yesterday In Union City, Tenn.. ns giicsta of his mother, Mrs. C. P. Cnldwell. Miss Miu'lhr* Ann Bnneh and Mrs. Frank Whllworth are spending today In Memphis. Mrs. Manlcy Portij of Memphis was the weekend of Mrs J. o. Sudbury Sr. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. L. Reynolds of Cape Olrardcau, Mo., were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conwity. Odcll Sanders of Greenwood. Miss arrived Saturday to accompany horn* Mrs. Sanders who has been the guest of her mother. Mrs, M. O. Usrey for the past two weeks. Mrs. Ted Green left last night for San Bernardino. Oallt., wile-re she will spend » month visiting with hor son, Arty Osborne, who is stationed there. Mrs. Jesse Province left list night for at. J,onli, Mo., where she will spend a week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Province and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dodd of Jonesboro and Mrs. W o. Reeves spent the weekend In' Humboldt Tenn., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Wise and daughter, Julia Patricia, of Tus- J. O. Hncy. Octette club members meeting j at the home of Mrs J. C. Ellis Sr. Club Eight members being en- tertalnc'l at the home of Mrs. Q. O. Pnelz. Thursday Contract Olub member* meeting nt the home of Mrj. H. W. Wylle. Frlrt.r , Mrs. o. O. Elkiiis entertaining members of C. D. C. Club. The Past Matrons nnd Patrons wl!) meet at 7 o'clock at the 'locne of Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. S-llba S v a . pot luck supper. Sulunlay Th e Cotillion Club will have its regular dance al the Legion Hut with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. Losan, Mr. and Mrs. J. parrls McCalln. and Mr. and Mrs. Wllltird Pease as hosls and hostesses. 1 was to have been presented lo- da "S hter . •>»»« Patricia, of Tus- I nl»ht at the high school by the ca ! 00! !?' AU .. «»vc arrived for m Parent-Teacher Associations of cx c ,. rt vlslt wlth Mr - wl "'« I""' TlUtfU-.i,:n^ i__ i_ , - . • p]li_£ Mr oiir) »•*„.. t i . -. * • xn". j y'" e ' nas been postponed un> til * o'clock tomorrow night. • i. 711 !? Postponement was made due , «o the, 'basketball game and (he i teachers meeting scheduled for to- i nl|ht, ~- ' --- ...... iT»,, 1II3C& l),ll Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise his sister, Mrs. Clarence 3. ' ... p ..., ..„„ announcement was I J made today by Mrs. J. Cecil Lotvo, ' J ' - Vlfi*_*M***:l^ art* f,t t V,-. nil *-.' and , . u ebb. and Mr. Webb. A . ya A ' Wnlle Legion Conventio " on vvl " meet at 2:30 p.m. at tho home of Mrs. O. Q. Saliba. Thursday Curly Cops Make Headline News * *« MOTCTJAY, FEBRUARY 16, bags rose from 32 to SO per cent. In sharp contrast was the buying of spices. In August, ]9«,. just" sjj per cent of the pantry shelves wer« slocked wllh spices, but In 1947 th« figure WM 88 per cent. Pals and shortenings also suffered considerable declines In percent*Ke. Butter dropped from 76 to 82, margarine from 37 to 23. vegetable shortenings from 61 to 63, and lard from 37 to 21. Shopping habits were investigated by the pollsters also. It wa. found that Friday L , the big shop . Ping day and Wednesday was tlio low point. The largest percentag. of housewives shop In "ibdepcnd- fnt "ores, the survey showed f?y AUOIA HART, NBA Staff Writer There's headline news In Ihe curly cap. ' Tho fnrce styles in curly caps pictured above feature new abbreviated length—liair cut us short as one inch. Mrs. Ernest Hemingway, center, fnmed novelist's wile, wu photographed on Sim Valley's ski slopes wearing nn inch-long curly cap Because liair length Is no longer than a duck's feathers, Mrs. Ham- Ingwny calls her head-piece of brushed up curl,-, a "duck down" coif. The other two coiffures shown are worn by top-notch New York models. Both stylos modelled arc hairdresser John Hall's interpretation of new close-cropped look. The style at left features a three-inch cut, Hair is dressed to hug the top of the head, dip forward In softly scalloped waves over ears and temple. Jolly Eight club members being I , rl , , , entertained at the home, of Mrs:] nnli-rto at right owes Its curly-cap look to on all-over mass ol ringlets. The uniform length ot these Is foiir inches, Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:Co p.m. Pounder's Day program by all P. T, A.'.i 8:00 p m. at High School Auditorium. Tuesday Lion's olub—12:15 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. WedriMdm Kiwunl.v cl .b—12:10 p.m. Qlrl Scout rxinc Troop—8:00. Thursday , RoUry Olub—12:10 p.m. Friday Chamber of Commerce Bancmil —7:30 p.m. 212,000 HomeOwners To Lift Mortgages CHICAGO (UPJ—Some 212,00"t> persons will struggle out from under (he mortage on the olfl homestead this year.- according lo a survey by Ihe Unltcrl States Savings nnd Loan League. It will have taken (he 212,000 home owners nn average of twelve and a fraction yenrs to complete the payments on their homes. The avcrag.:. Is nbotit (he same which has prc" vailed since the 1030's. The league estimates that 50,000 of Ihc inortnsc-lrcc homes will have been built about 12 years ago and the remainder will have been built prior to the assumption ot a mor- Ignge. One-half of Ihe persons who started out have kept ii)> payments and held on to their homes during that time. Chicago U. Building Up Atomic Equipment CHICAGO (UP)—The University of Chicago has bought more equip- 'dropped about tight per cent, but j "instant" coffee doubled and ten Political Powder Osceo/a Events Revival Monday Sen 1 Ice at the First Christian Church at 7:SO p.m. Tuesday Rotary Club meeting nt the Masonic Hull at 12:10 p.m. Cub Scouts meeting at the Elementary school at 6:30 p.m. n I days. } .--_— _, UJ *.jia. j. k/ecii ijotve, f j , , Brooks Jr. ui ureon- , vice-president al the city Council' °° d ' Mlss - s P c »t the weekend he- of u>t Parent-Teacher Associations ' ra witn Mr - v "roolts and family • ''•-.." " I In 1111 IT r'rtKli. .~_ • J j High School Students i Organize Student Council .-.„ Cobb. son >( Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. cobu. i s the winner of " ^°! !el ',?, t!lc ' Mc "'oPoli'nn opera which will appear in Memphis soon. Each week a pt-'-- ; E awarrt- Kciser Highj^ ov "'t'» radio program "Let's .„...,., ^.s.tiiifd a stud- i,fj' n M J lslc '' to the grade school Hit council uiidsr the sponsorship ?Lu " " le Mi(i -South writing i of Mtx« Miirth. v S5i nn . I (he best letter. The prize Literary Club meeting at the attending a I home of Mrs. Ert Wiseman at 2:30 LUtlc Rock 1 p.m. of Green- Dell vs. Osceola, there at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Sunday School lesson. First Baptist Church, at 1:00 p.m. Thursday Kiwanls Club meeting al the elementary school at 1:00 p.m. StUtfent* of j School recently tu ANNOUNCEMENT Survey Sriov/s Housewives Now Buy Less C1UCACO (UP)-Houseiiivcs are buying fewer groceries but are using more .spues In home menus, n survey by Northwestern University tiisL'lo.scd. The "pantry poll," which hus just finished its second year, found that, a tendency to stock fewer groceries bccan 0:1 V-J Day and has continued downward in many categories. Charles L. Alien, assistant dean of j Northwestern'* Medill School of i Journalism. U conducting the con- > tinuing poll. . i Allen said he had not determined whether the trend was the result of using up long-stored supplies or nn increasing resistance to hlgn prices. l.rss Canned Goods "At any rate, our poll indicates thai families are stocking less antl less canned goods," he said. A major decline was found In the number ol persons stocking white and dark bread/ In August. 1940. K5 per cent of the families polled stocked white bread, while the percentage dropped to 81 In the same month oj 1947. A summary of dnrk bread showed a drop from 3i per rent 10 Jg'per cent over the same period. 'Die survey Indicated that more women were baking at home, how- erer Among .the. f»w grocery Stems which enjoyed purchase increases were cake flour, regular flour, baking powder, cornmeal, Hour mixes and crackei meal. Taking Lite Easier The survey, which covered families from all socio-economic population groups in a large metropolitan area, showed a trend toward "taking life a little easier." Regular coffee and tea purchases The Biirrictle P. T. A. will meet , »ld Crews, vice president;' Joyce , Btubbs, secretary. Ma.y Jane Mac I Donald, treasurer. and Tommy j Parish and Betty Woodard, rcpoi 4 J HI. ! At The Hospitals I Blytheville Hospital , Dismissed: i Betty Poster, city. j Floyd Parker, Steele, Mo. [ Myrtle May Dunn, Hermondale I Mo. I Mrs. Martin Wood arid baby. ', Hoss Stevens, city. i Mrs. Everett- Bullard. Osceola. t Cirllo Csrbajil, Etowah. W«!I« Ho«oK»l ,Dismissed: I Mrs. Spencer Kesler, Rl. I, c ay ' Mrs. j. E. Hardin, city. , Mrs. R. c. Qurncr »nd" baby Rt ,S, city. • Mrs. M. K. Jones,' Rl. 3. c |t y . I^James Edward Stevens, city. ; MIGHTY FAST Relief For Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse left alurdiiy for a trn t!ay.<i vacation in NCW Orleans, Ln. | the past several days In St. Louis. Mrs. Floyd A. While nnri Miss j They were met there by Dick r^ancy Daggett of Marlsna spent 1 While, who accompalncd them home. of New York's lieutenant governor, Joe R. Hanlcy. ment to biuld up lt« atomic research laboratories. Four miles ot copper tubing has been ordered In the latest addition. It will be vised In a new cyclotron. The tubing will carry the electrical current that speeds up the atomic particles used Ift splitting atoms. School official* also bought a 2,20CI-ton maknet to fce delivered In July. Dr. Samuel K. Allison, director of the Institute for Nuclear Studies, atomic research program has a {12,000,000 budget. RHEUMATIC ACHES-PAINS 1 S«, Stin Muscles I When you're suffering from rheumatic, { lumbago or neuritis pains—from stift Urn* muscles—rub on Musterol« lor t iMt, long-lasting ttUtf. 1 , Musterolc offpr* Al.t, the *<lviintnR« 'J of » warming, slimultling muaUtd plia- ^ t%r yet is so much fetsicr to apply—just \ TUb H on. Muitcrdla inflavlly ilartJ to \ rtlicve Aching JwraneM and helps brenk J ttp the painful jiurfac* eongwtiua. la \ ;> »tr«nKtha. At *U drute KEEP 'EM BUSY... KEEP'EM LEARNING! WE HAVE BOOKS THE LITTLE ONK LOVE: Uncle Remus Tales $1.50 Little Squeegy Bug $1.00 Real Mother Goose $2.00 • MY FIRST BOOK • BEDTIME STORIES • POKY LITTLE PUPPY • FAIRY TALES Any in Thij Group Only 25c THE TOT SHOP , 108 C 0 N F I D N C E ^- Is the backbone of our business. •fa Bring your prescriptions to the store you KNOW and TRUST * ROTHROCK DRUG CO. ^ 205 West Main Street •fa New Phone Number 4451 1. MODESS REGULAR in the blue Ao.r. Ideal for avcrngo needs. The size most vvrmieii use. 2. MODESS JUNIOR in the green box. Slightly narrower for those who find a smaller napkin more comfortable. 3. MODESS SUPER in the orc/iirf 4<«. For women who need above-average protection. AU SIZES NOW ON SAIE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE 1946 Chrysler Industrial Molor and Assembly With All Accessories —Complete- Ready for Operation! See T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 E. Main Phone 2122 CAR BEFORE /T WRECKS YOUt SHELTON Motor Company 119 \V. Asli Dial 4438 Continuous Sliowa Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 | Show Stints 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today They Won't Believe Me with Robert 1'oung and Susun Hayward Fox N'ews and Selerti-d Shurt i Cunt. Showfne Sunday 1:30-11:00 Tuesday Wednesday Variety Girl with Mary Matcher and DeForest JCelly Also Short' SihbJ(rli Continuous Showing Every Day Washable Wallpaper COMPARABLE WITH 75c PAPER NOW 30 Box office Opens 6:311 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunda.v 1:00: Slirls I:IS Continuous Shows Sat. A- Sun. 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