The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 12, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 Aleuti lair-do's Team With Styles in Women's Hats Whkh Were Popular at Dawn of New Century Eniiiy Wixson, Society I'hone 4461 DDC Luncheon ^Meeting i Reid at Denton Home Elliott Fletcher Chapter rneinbcrs Hayes-Guinn Rites Solemnized in Florida of the United Daughters of the Confederacy .met yesterday with Mrs.'W. I. Dentoil nt her home on West Main •• Street for the fourth f animal luncheon. f Other than the 15 members prcs- I cut. guests were Mrs. John Perkins ( of Hammond, La., guest of Mr. nnd l_The home was effectively deco-1 performed 'rated for the occasion with a pro-j mcny ('fusion of nsters from Mrs. Den* ton's garden nnd mixed bouquets of! | early Autumn flowers. A salad plate! ; was served with Mrs.. Loy Welch,' .-Mrs. nolnnd Green and Mrs.'James ) B. Clark assisting Mrs. Denton. '. During n business session at J which Mrs. Clark, president, was In I charge,-delegates and alternates to ' the state nnd national U. D. C. con- J ventions were selected. Mrs. M. M. • Fitzsimmons and Mrs. S. K. Webb \ were chosen delegates to Ihe state ? convention, which will be held In \ October at Port Smith. Mrs. Den!> ton and Mrs. W. T. Oberst are nl- J tcinates. Mrs. A. Ciulnn of Leachville has announced the wedding of her daughter, Miss Helen Cuhm of Ke- i bring. Fla., to Jack V. Hayes Jr.. of | Eobrlng. The bride Is the daughter o! Mrs. Gulnn and the late Mr. | Gulnn. The wedding took place Aug. 7 :>t the First .Presbyterian Church in Bits of News Henry Mucry left today to reenter Louisiana Stile University at liaUm Houge, La. Included in the group that wll fly over to El Dorado tonigln to see tlie Chicks play the El Dnr.ulo Wildcats are Miss Julia Ann V/ond- son, E. n. Woodson. C. V. Sebaugh Ernest Halscll, Ernest Roe. and W G. Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Woodson havi Miss Iletl '. Luther U Price, pastor, the double ring ccre- In the presence of friends mid'members of the families. Miss Virginia Cue of Baltimore, Md., was maid of honor and Gideon G. Gaeijar of Sebrlng was best Tlie bride wore a Cell Chapman motored tliclr daughter, Original dress of toast satin. Her' Frances Woodson. to flowers were American beauty rose where she buds. ' The couple left immediately after the ceremony [or an extended wedding trip. They will ninkc their home in Scbriiig where Mr. Hayes is engaged In business with his father. Mrs. Fendler Has Party Delegates to the national conven- , r „. c * O' il 1 . lion in-November at Miami. Pin., loUDSCVVe OO11 S Dll'tlKiay will be Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Fitz- Jfs , fun having birthdays. Especially if-your name is Tlldcn P. Wright lit, you're five years ami your mother, Mrs. Oscar Fcndlcr. gives a party for you. And the parties iiie [jives for little buys celebrating birthdays include all" the things next to any lad's heart-fishing. riding ponies nntl playitiL' gnnus °" tnc 'Kkc bank :it Wn'lkcr Park with your best friends. l Then, when it began to get late land you were tired, she'd remember j (hat at home there was n big birthday c.ike. just wailing for hungry I boys. | To make the party doubly nice, one of her best friends. Mrs. Guy Trlslcr of Corpus Christ, Texas, the former Miss Nancy Klrshner of BlytheviUe, would be along to help entertain. * * » Bridge Shower Given By Mrs. Bill Dillard OSCEOLA. Sept. 12. — Mrs. Bill Diltard was hostess with a bridge shower when she entertained eight tables of guests nnd eight tea guests Wednesday night at hei home on East. Hale Avenue in honor of Mrs. LcTloy Wlldy of Etow.ih In the bridge games, Mrs. Be:: .Butler Jr., won high scow. Mis? Mary Elizabeth Ballon, second :uu consolation went to Mrs. Joe Cul loin Jr. Mrs, Ed Wlldy received tin . .. .. cut prize as ii tea 1 , guest. jthe Fidelia Sunday-School Class of , .j- ne guest of honor was presentee {First Baptist'."Chu°r:)i with'a pot! J Simmons while Mrs. K. C. Kose and \ Mrs. Gveen -will be alternates. 1 The nominating committee for * ncw T officers will be made up. of Mrs, > Love B. Adams, Mrs. Mell Brooks t Sr., and Mrs. Fitxslmmons. The last i meeting of this year will be held > Oct. 9 at the home of Mrs. Gene At.[ kinson at 2 o'clock in the niter- V noon. ;J Jolly Eight Members iGuests of Mrs. Wren | Mrs. Helen Wren was hostess yes- t terday to members of the Jolly • Eteht Club aV her home on Iligh- » way 18 West. ' During the games Mrs. R, A. .Copelan'd won high and M^s. Don ; Haley received second high. Mrs. * Haskell Blankensiiip won rooko. - All put-of-tpwn guest for the , party was Mrs. Gary Holmes of > Jacksonville. Fla., houscguesl of ; Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wren. ] Bouquets.of zinnias ami crepe .myrtle decorated entertaining rooms ?of the home. f The hostess served refreshments [of ice cream and cake. jFidelis Class Meeting )Is at J. G. Barnes Home Mrs. J. \G-.-.-Barnas was' hostess to Livestock .uck supper, at,her home last night. : vases filled with pink crepe myr- J The supper was served buffet, style n c werc decorations In the home. • from the dining table, overlaid with A sfl i q( i course with iced drinks fa lacs cloth and centered with a low vas served at the conclusion of Jbow! of garden flowers. I guinea. Assisting In serving were gave the devotional I Mrs. H. iiind conducted 5 meeting. „, ~: i Miss Sue Patterson was a new > member and guests othjr than 1 members .vwre-lMrs. Ernest Hnlscll. .-Airs. Ebb Caisbn, Mrs. John 'Buch• r anan pud Mrs. Pleas Secoy of Jones- Storo. houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. | Lynn Hughes. S ... entered the Universlt of Arkansas for her soptiomoix ycnr. They were accompanied b: Chris '1'ompkins Jr.. of J'.'niletu: who will be a sophomore also. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munc.s o Althclmer were guests this week o Mr. and Mrs. W. U Smith at the! hume at Armorel. Mr. ami Mrs. Grover Wren hav as their houseguest Mrs. Car Holmes of Jacksonville. Fla. Mr Holmes formerly made her horn in Blylhcville, •Condition of Carl Paul, who has : iljccn ci-nicaViy ill at the Hlylhflvllle I Hospital. Is improved. ! Condition of .1. M. Cleveland, who i has been a patient nt the Veterans Hospital in Memphis, is much Improved. Mrs. Pleas Kccoy of JonesbDro i:; hoi'sesucst of hei 1 daughter, Mrs. Hugl'cs and family for an ex- emled visit. Miss Jo Ann Shanks. Miss Macbeth Rogers nnd Miss Blllie Sue iuiks will leave tomorrow for Texas itatc College for Women nt Denton. Miss Nancy Partlow and Miss Mary Ann Smith, who also will attend '. S. C. W., will leave by plane from Memphis tomorrow afternoon. Harry Weedman will fly his laughter. Miss Anne Woodman, to Denton, Tex., tomorrow whore she will be a sophomore at Texns State College for Women this year. Mrs. Joe Shanks. Miss Jo Ann Shanks nnd Whitney Morgan were In St. IXHiis yesterday to see the ball game. -Edwin Weodmnn, Fred Rutherford, and Hal Thompson will leave tomorrow for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. They will be motored as far as Jonesboro by Fred Rutherford Sr. Mrs. John Perkins of Hammond. La., will leave tomorrow to return to her home after having been the guest ot her sister, Mrs. Dave Craig, nnd brother. S. E. Webb, nnd their fnmilk'.s here. Miss Donna Wunderlich will lenve tomorrow night for Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Va.. where she will enter lor her second year. ST. I.OUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Sept. 12. (UP)— (USDA) — Livestock: i Hogs 0.200; salable S.SOO; market 1 Irregular. 180 to 250 Ib. harrows and I gilts, 29.SO-29.7ft; or steady with I Thursday's average, top 29.15; some , 2(iO to 210 ibs. 20.00; couple loads 350-lu. heavies. 27.25; lighter kinds and pigs, strong to 25c higher. 160' lo 110 Iks. '28.00-29.00; 130 to 150 Ibs. 25.25-21.50; 90 to 120 1I)S. 21.252<l. 50. Cattle 3.500; Eatable 1.500; calves 1.000 ,all salable. Modest supply of j cattle encountering slow trade In I clean up session. Receipts approximately 75 per cent cows. Mostly odd head and small lots light weight heifers «nd mixed yearlings, in medium flesh, 18.00-25.00; common kinds. 14.00-17.00; cows barely steady to slightly lower. A few good cows, 17.00-18.00; common and medium beef cows 13.50-1C.50; eanners ami cutlers, 10.50-13.00. MY ALICIA I1AKT Mhan they (lid on your innnuv's oils 1 E A Staff Writer piandma'.s. Today's styles owe their Milliners who pull lint fashions improved lines and better-controlled out of the IMS', are Betting whole- curves to modern ha ii dress ing leuli- heartctl assistance from the hair- n:t|'.:cs. dressers. lU'sults ol this teamwork i Examples are shown in the two are hats and llair-do'.s which con- j styles modeled above. Both were spire together to put early '20'.]i century styles on 1E47 heads. Any day now 1902. 1012 and 192'J hair lity.c.s will be peeping out from under hat Inshions revived from j ]£12. the same periods o'. the past. . j The hair-do of 19C2. brought up Coiffures created ;or revival hats i to date, as shown uppper left, owes arc authentic. The hair stylists who 1 its modern good looks to 1947 lecli- build them, however, promise that ' niques. Designed to pair off with they'll look better on your head ! the big pink beaver felt hat (up- 1 created by New York hair stylist, i Eve Wygod as mates for the uvo | Johii-Fi crimes huts: one oJ which I revives 1902 fashions, the other per right)— of 1032 inspiration tins coiflnre features a make-believe bank, sectioned off from tho crown of the head and softly waved, and <lecp-furro.v waves that dip down on the cheeks. A 13C2 neck bun is interpreted with ooft rolls. Styled for the 1912-lypc quill- trimmed turban of striped taffeta, shown lower right, is tlie ear-muff coif (lower Jeft) of ihe same period. For this coif, hair is divided in two sections from a center part and ceiled into ear bun.",, which, thanks to modern permanent-waving te^li- niqurs, are clusters ot softly ring- leted curls. We the Women At ^ Hospitals brief business Bcebe Levenstein. Guests from out of town were Mrs. Ed Wildy, Mrs. Earl Wlldy of- Etownh. iVJrs. Joe Cullom Jr.. Wilson nnd Mrs. D. Ohlcndorf of G rider. I Mrs. Wyatt Speaker 'At P. T. A. Meeting * Mrs. William Wyatt. president of i the 'Yarbro Parent-Teacher Asso> elation, spoke .yesterday .afternoon ;at the first meeting of the Assof elation for the 1917-48 term. She ^spoke on the Importance'of PTA twork and the need for enlisting •-every parent in the work: : V'.-s. Wyatt also gnve n report Jot the One-Day Training School (for PTA workers which was held , there recently. i Miss Minnie --Foster nnd Miss • Alice Marls Ross, Yarbro teachers First Methodists Plan SpecialVisitingCamaaign The First Methodist Church will begin its Evangelistic Visitation Campaign Monday with the Elev. Glenn F. Snnford of Conway, secretary of the Town and Country Commission of North Arkansas Methodist as director of the campaign. The campaign will be held on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Reports on the work of the church will be made next Thursday to the District Superintendent, the Rev J. Albert Gntliii of Jonesboro. Ruth Milled c'.ls jou ^ lai teacher in the school. Mrs. Roland Howard was named „ chairman of the program comniit- twerc welcomed back and Mrs Harry' tee and Mrs. Walter Barnes, chalr- '.Eansom was welcomed as a new man of the publication committee. BY -KUTI1 aillLF.TT . NBA Staff Writer I In defense of the inuch-criiiciKcd 1 lavish parties lie gave for Army officers during the war yean, Howard Hughes Is reported to hnve explained: "If I hndn't entertained. I'd h.u'e been behind the e\?M\ ball. IL was to keep the :ustom-l happy. When someone sells you t a. car, doesn't hef usually buy you v cigar?' 1 Tlml's not a)' /cry apt compnn son, Mr. llui'hcs When somebody these days, yon usually hau-.l him something, and it's n f;ift. considerably move suV»l?.nliul ih.xn a cigr.r. As for the necessity of keeping the customor hnppy during wni- itne .it's intcresllng to lenr.i t/iat- there was at least one industry thatfound that necessary. Certainly nobody round ii- necessary to keep the small cii.ii'jiiicr hivppy (Ulri-av, the war voa'. s. He was just, told in .so many v.'ords that he ought to behappy i.> be able to make a purchase. *lhc little fellow was tol:l with a shrug to take it or leave it. Hut Molvin Waggoner [apparently that indifference to ihe customer didn't extend to J.^Al.s in \vhich big monev was involved. VIA:ASA.NT AMI UNFIJJASANT So .while th.c litllc fellow rcjiicm- bers with .distaste his rote ol customer during the war years. !ho has more ;>lc is-.uiu being in a po.ui:on where he was the fellow \\ho had to be kept happy. Anyway, it's intcrcstin 1 : >o know that there were exception.;—and such lu\ish exceptions, too That much at lei'.r.t has come lil.YTIIEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Hardy Childrcss. city. W.<L. Doxtnter. city. J. B. Taber, Dell. J. A. Attabtlry. Jonesboro. Mis. Coy Smith, city, i Dismissed: j Mrs. Mac Mccarty, Manila. Mrs. Roy Downing and baby morel. WAI.l.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Lloyd Waldren, Luxora. J. R. Roe, Beech Grove. JO-AU Hvj»hiis. CarutUersville. Mo. METHODIST HOSPITAL! Memphis Dismissed: Eva Larue. Bassett. Ar- plane for 21 minutes. It. D. Albright, .Associated Airmen president, gave the tiny blonde child the instructions and then kept his hands off the controls while the firl flew the, craft. An accompanying ship verified that the child controlled the plane for the specified time. GIRLS!! after entering MOSS BRYAN Suggests the use of our Fair Booth Discussed At Demonstrations Meet Mrs. W. I,. Smith and Mrs. N. C. Patterson were hostesses at this veek's meeting of Armorel Home Demonstration Club, when plan.s !or the fair booth were discussed. Mrs. Taft Metzger. president, conducted the business session. In ;ame contests. Mis. Patterson and Mrs. Dyer Garner won Osceo'o News Mr. and Mis. left today for a short visit in Dyersburg, Tcnn. Mrs. L. C. Hudson will have as her guests this weekend Joe A!ex Hudson of Washington. D. C nnd Mrs. Joe Ingram of iV(lncral Wells. Miss. John Boyd and William Mitchell, who have spent several weeks with their mother, Mrs. Joe K. Mitchell, will leave next week lo re-enter Louisiana State University. I Civ'f Damages Refused In Motor Repair Case Judgement \vas Ec/.uid for the dc- fcndetit in a civil suit for damages by Ec'.dle McOrcgor of BlytlieviUe against the Dlytheville Motor Co. and heard- in Municipal Court yesterday by Special Jiidgc Ed Cook. The judgement was app:alied. The suit (ilecl by Mr. Mc3n;-..n- asked damages lov a car :njiiie which lie nllcgeil the Bij'thcviUo Motor Co. repaired improperly. Mr. Cook was named special jucl--- after Municipal Pudge Graham Siullniry disqualified himself on the srcjiinds (hat lie represented tlie dependent in anotnei- case. Are 1 yoli troubled by fc- tnale functional monthly dlst\irb- nnces? Does this milk*? yoxi sulrer from pain, feel so nert'OH.?, tlrfiil, weak—nt such tlmrs? Then DO tn' LS'dla E. 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