The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1948 · Page 4
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r PAOB rotrx Phone 4461 Mrs; Lynch Entertains MiiWeelc Club, Guest* Mn(.'B»l£tr-Wilson in4 Mrs. J Furl* McCalUwer*..bridge guest* t *Bd Mr*. John Stevens at D«lt was * luncheon»guest yesterday when Mrs. B.'A. Lynch entertained Midweek club members at her home. During the afurnopn bridge tames, Mrs. Cecil Sliane won Wgh Kjore prize and Mrs. W. U Horn«, Mcond. Entertaining rooms of the home were attractively ' decorated with boUq.u>t$ of mixed Spring flowers. The Easter 'motif wa* carried out In the tillies and other decorations A; tw-course luncheon was served," '.. Phebean Class Meets At H. B. Joyner Home The Phebean Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. H. B. Joyner with Mrs. T. N. Drum. Wright as co-hostess, (or their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Vesta Rowen, president, presided during the business meeting. Mrs.: M«nmiye Rosamond gave the devotional and led the class in prayer. Following the meeting i social hour was held by Mrs H. C. Walls In charge. Refreshments of pie and coffee *'cre served to the 19 members present by the hostesses. Jolly Eight Club Meets With Mrs. W. B. Mayo Mrs. W. B. Mayo was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Jolly Eigh't club at her home on Hiway 18. During the games played,' Mrs Neville Blakemore won nigh score. Mr*. Haskell Blankenshlp. second high and Mrs. Wendell Eaton, rooko. Vases of Spring flowers were attractively arranged In th e entertaining rooms of the home, Refreshments were served by the hostess. • . » Dessert Bridge Is Given By Mrs, James Hill Jr. ,-Mr». Langstbn Ashford was guest yesterday with members of the Oc- tette Oliib when Mrs. James Hill Jr. entertained with a dessert bridge •t Her' home on W Ash. During'the .-bridge games played, Mrs. Marvin' Nunri jmn high score and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, second high. Pinfc and white gladioli were attractively arranged in the entertaining rooms-of the home. • • - • Mrs. Robertson Honored At Mrs. B. R. Hay's Home Mrs. B. R. Hays wa« hostess Tuesday night when she entertained nt her home on Walnut Street, honoring Mrs. Bill Robertson. During the bunco games played, Mrs. Jess Huddleston won high •core, Mrs. Pnnnie Huddleston, second high and Miss Neva Mote, bun- co. Following the games, gifts were presented the guest of honor by the hostess, after which refreshments of a dessert course with colfce were served. , Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with vases of Spri: flowers. ^ ing Mrs. Fleming Is Hostess To Friendly Eight Club Mrs. Jack Fleming was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of the newly organized Friendly Eight Club and one guest, Mrs. Jack Matheney. When bunco games were played Mrs. W. c. Wntkins won high. Mrs'. Matheney, low, and Mrs. Gene Ellis bunco. ' The hostess served refreshments of a dessurt course with hot coffee. Mrs.. Vernon Thomasson Entertains Club Eight Mrs. Vernon Thomnsson enter- :alned members of Club Eight together with one visitor, Mrs. Fred utherford, yesterday afternoon at er home. When bridge was played, prlr.es re won by Mrs. R. c. Allen, high, d Mrs. Graham Sudbury, sec- md high. The dining room table held an nt- ractlve ar.ingcmcnt of floating ardenias and other entertaining ?ooms of the home were decorated with Plcardy gladioli. The hostess served refreshments )f a snlad course. R hei i we and Bits of News Mrs.'Banister Entertains Thursday Contract Club Mrs. R. L, Bnnlster • entertained member* ot Thiujdaj- Contract Club together with one guest, Mrs. Edgar Borum, yesterday with a two-course luncheon at her home. Mrs. Henry Humphreys won high and Mrs. F. B. Joyner second high In the bridge games played during the afternoon. The dining room table froiri which Ihe luncheon was served, held an attractive centerpiece of jonquils tulips and Dutch iris. Gladioli were home, arranged In the living room and oilier entertaining- rooms of the home. Miss Virginia Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Williams, has pledged Phi Mu Sorority at nreimu College In Gainesville, Ga., It was announced today by Mrs. Bruce Thomas, dean. Mr. and Mrs. Hack Stewart, Miss Ann Crcsswcll and Mrs. Margaret Crcsswell ol Jackson, Miss., are the weekend guests O f Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Poster and family. Hodgson Modinger Is spending two weeks In New York City. Mrs. M .O. Hocggan of Chicago, arrived this morning for a visit with her sisters, Mrs. Frank Webb and family, and Mrs, Eula nullcdgc. C. A. Richards underwent a major operation yeslerrtiK morning ,u Memphis Baptist Hospital where lie lias been a n.-itiem for the-past Several weeks. His condition Is satisfactory. Mr, nml Mrs. J. B. Williams and son. Ronnie, left tortay for Memphis, where they HEW1. Pastel Tints, Floral Prints Popular FHIDAT, FEBKUAJtT, *T, I 949 make their Shower Party Is Given For Mr., Mrs. Hopper Mrs. Earl McGregor, assisted by Mrs. Lawrence Young and Mrs. Homer Tinker, complimented Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hopper last night with a surprise miscellaneous shower at :hc McGregor home. Mr. and Mrs Hopper were married recently. She s the former Miss Jeanctto Flake. Following the presentation of itio ;lfts to- the guests or honor, the guests spent the evening playing larty games. Prizes were won by Mrs. Tommy Tinker and Mrs. iranvlllo Anderson. Refreshments of a sulad plate vith coffee were servi-d. • • » VIrs. Tyrone Entertains ". N. 'B. Club, Guests Mrs. John Tyrone was hostess ust night when she cntcrmlncd nembcrs,of the G. N. B. Club and hree guests, Miss Jewell Lee. Mrs. 3. D. Eaton and Miss Pcnrl Lee at ier home. In the games played, Mrs. Louis Zeller won high score. Miss Jewel bunco and Mrs. H. c. Blank- enshlp, low score. The hostess served refreshments a salad plate, • » * At The Hospitals Blythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. E. Billiard and babv Osceola. O. c. Wilson, Osceola. Mrs. -Curl Cnrlton and baby Steele, Mo. Mrs. Raymond Wilson, city. Mrs. W. P. Cooley. city. Walls Hospil.il Dismissed; Mrs. Hansel Proctor Steele Mo Mrs. J. T. Wilson, Rte. 1, city. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday ( supper for tennis who will work In the First Mcihodlsl Church i ttcnriance campaign in March at 7:00 p.m. Sund.iy Formal tea honoring Mrs. Gilbert Dee Hninmock. Beta Sigma Phi's Woman of ihe Year" at the T I Seny home, 1514 W. Chicknsawbn. I Hint to Motorists \ Do not keep pressing the slarler pedal if the motor refuses to start Experts agree that 15 to 30 seconds 1 Is a reasonable limit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fluloy Robinson, who returned last week from a wedding trip to Old Mexico now arc making their home In the Logan Apartments, 1900 West Chickasawba Ave. Mrs. nobinson l« the former Miss Ellone Lnmb of West Memphis. \ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lewis and son. Connie, nf New will arrive tomorrow to be [he guests of her brother, Cornelius Modlngcr and family. They will Ily Epsic Klnard NKA fashion Editor NEW YORK"(NEAJ—Thc'somc- Orlcnns V'~i thlllB ncw !ul<lctl to 'he sheer allure 'to he' n"e!" f S . wlss . organdies are color and Th '"i!!!' 5 ' ,, • custom designers. Fabrics such as nils leaves nothing to be do- I have bmi u-ci! to create these fas- sliecl In stepping up the glamorous hions will be on the yardgonds appeal of these imported fabrics, i couwers in lime to meet the S um- Throush their delicate background mer requirement., of women w™o colors are traced shadowy pigment Intake tlieir oira dresses | prints or satln-slltchcd cmbrmd- j The ankle length garden-party ..„,..„., , I dress at right shows Sally Mllgrlm's IOKII licie are examples of the ] use of hyacinth blue organdy which be met in Memphis by their niece Mrs. Rudolph Vrska and Mr. VrsUu. Mrs. Gladys Finklea was admitted to the St. Bernard Hospital Joncsboro this nioriilii E where she i - „ , ,, , will undergo treatment for masiold ' cre<1 tlnnls ' Infection. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Moore and fnsl »onable reception these new- j is embroidered In a white satin- ehilclren, Nancy and Hal from Tnl- «' mcl 's ai'C receiving from American l.stitched floivcr-and-!enf motif The lulah, .La,, arrived today to spend ! 1- ' the weekend here with Mr. Moore's ' c»- L n r ,,,.„-. ' parents. Dr. and Mrs. f,. H. Moore i ;>to '"« Delivers Wool-Clad County Judges Appeal .n^^m^rB^.inr.it^^ °" d Sfo " s f'^hter From Chancellor', Ruling pllal yesterday where she had been i ° ou nd tor Arkansas Hills undergoing trenlmcnt lor several i CLARKSVILLE. Ark.. Feb 27 designer plays up fabric and plays down styling to make this primly- collared, full-sleeved dress wilh 'a long skirt, tiny waist and a shoulder- line treatment of appliqued cutout embroidery motifs of the fabric. The bouffant portrait dress with draped skirt, left, is the dcsi"n chosen by Wilson Folmar to dramatize p.ile green organdy with raised and cut-out embroidered flornl motifs. The new look fulness of this gown is accented by a matching green organdy petticoat. •r RUTH MIIXBTT NEA Staff Writer *"* MDIeM It takes considerable courage today for an upper middle-class woman to have a large family. Feminine sentiment is entirely against her. Her friends begin ( o look at her *h t(ho " Bl \. 5he ""'t quite bright about the time her third or fourth <* <_ ™»" e * "long. After all. two children has become the standard for smart young couples. the right ncighborlfood. has* be" come so much more Important to most young people than having * large family that, it takes con- siderab e courage for , woman to country 0* 1 V" 1 h °" Se ln the town. " * Wl '°" 8 part 0( Also, the woman who goes In '° r brid fo? , instcad ° f »l"b work Money and Courage Anti, of course there's th» rn ey angle. The woman who has four or five or six children to clothe cant dress as fashionably as her friends who have settled for one or So a large family isn't for the woman who cares about what other women think of her. Because other women think she's to be. pitied if she lias more than-., convenient number of children. And that is one of the big reasons why many of our young people aren't having their share of the nation's children. It takes more courage to buck the accepted at titude of their set than many of them have. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1 -.45 SIIOH- Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN '•• »--- 12:45 .„. t:39 . Last Time Today Heaven Only Knows with Robert dimming, an* Brian Donlcvy Paramount News an 'd Short Continuous Showing Every.Uj- HARRISBURO, Pa. (UP) _ The mastero of Wambach's Wax Works points out that "disc pilot" is incorrect expression—not "disc jock- y.' "We operate on the air. not a race track," explains Pel* Wambach, staff announcer of Radio Station WKBO. /I?r>, . ^ir.., ruu. Zf (UP)—A woman is in distress and It is up to the pro- days. She now Is at [lie home of her son. Jimmy Smothcrmaii on Walnut Street. Joe Pride Jr., Max Usrcy and 5. J. f P lc of Arkansas to lielp"'he'r" Cohen left last nielli lor Little i A couple ot weeks ago Mrs Arth- Hock where they will nticnd nn en- , ur Lcmcar left her home 'in NP v glncct-s convention. They will return [England to start life new oii'n home. Sunday. I Clarksvllle, Ark., goat farm Mrs. E. M. Eaton has returned' But she made the mistake of tik rom Memphis, where she spent i »'R her goate with her on a home the past two weeks with her sister, i Improvised wagon with the ,-« MI-K.^ J, E.-Ppmeroy, her L -' — • -- ' , Mrs. Jimmy Smotlierman and son John Llndscy Smotlierman, are III at their home with sinus trouble anrt a throat infection. Condition of Mrs. R. B. Caudle who Is ill, at her home on N. First St., Is satisfactory. School of Music Will Present Scholarships A year's scholarship In piano and In voice will be presented by the ! Fowlston School of Music it was announced at the recital held Tues-. day night at the liieh school auditorium. ; The winners, which will be one in LtrrLB ROCK, Ark.. Feb. 27 (UPi—The county judges of Arkansas, .seeking an additional $1 553.000 in state highway funds un- la«'. have appealed their ; der H _____ case to the slate suprem"e"couiY.' The apuml from Pulnski Chancellor Frank Dodge's action in dis- misfhij. the original suit was filed by Prosecutor Miliard Hardin of Newport. Earlier, Ben M Hogan, Little Rock contractor, had appialed from the dismissal or hi s intervention as .•-.•"•«•••• "w wiui one ot^the goats and i a bondholder. He, -contended that Mrs Lcmoar ls .stalled in Batavia, the entire act w-a.s m "on"fitnt!onal '«,, '._, „ ,,...„. in ""t it interfered with the State Publicity Director oiem. A state's liability to hl°h«-av bond Green sent some money to the i holders. "'=n«aj Bond .ClaiKsville Chamber of Commerce | Al 'he request of Hogan's attor. jestcrtlay,- and suggested that the ! llc . vs ' th e Supreme 'Court advanced organization start collections at 'he case In MnrrTi -1=; • Stock Issue Approved For Gas Distributor '• UTJLE ROCK. Feb. 27. (UP)— The Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. today was empowered to issue J6.500.000 worth of preferred stock- to finance part of a 521,000,000 <-on- sttiiclion program in Arkansas and Oklahoma. Permission was granted by the Arkansas Public Service Commission after t hearing here yesterday. Medical Test Proved This , Great to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS Are you troubled b7 dljtrew of female functional monthly disturbances? Does this make you suffer from pain, fee! so nervous weak high-strung—at such tl mcs j T n e n no try Lydia E. plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relievo such »yi,,p- toms! In a recent medical test, this P ro " rt "markaMr helpful ( 0 wom- n troubled this way. Any drug:tore once to speed the woman to her new Arkansas home by train, van or any other suitable conveyance. Navy Always Helpful PROVIDENCE, R. I i UP) Brown University now has equipment to cultivate plant lifr ns ivell as American youth. A large green ..... .,1; .„,<- house has been moved from a has shown the most progress > former Navy'supply clepo' in the eai work, will^bc annoiin-[ university campus for use in stu- ced at tlw May Recital. ricnfe'of biology and botany. OlVtS YOU ALL THtSl flATUKlS »n« ; brijht***, whtf«r •TURN-FLO wo«hing<you-v,, VK CURVEX TU1 *«« » t^y, • CCNTLI ACTION ^ v . , ° A " IP W'W 4 •-.... Get rour» Delivered Today' . | J ._ A mm .•-...., i. re oay! Adams Appliance Co J I 4 To People "On the Way Up' Tlicre arc fn(s of formulas for success, hut (hey all a K rce on one point _ dress ' the part you're playing! And that i« possible _ even on limited budgets—if you make (he mosl of your clothes by having'them i-cguliu-ly clenncri by C. * \V. It's "appearance insurance 1 ' — with small premiums! uw. CLEANERS Phone 3747 Pick Up and Delivery Service 300 Division the case to March" 15.- However, Grlflin Smith. Jr., attorney for Hogan. said he will oppose consolidation of the two appeals because they concern different issues. Dran-hritlge Kept Busy CHICAGO (UP) _ Chicago's 54 drawbridges were opened M 870 .'""f in I8 ". standing open 'for .1.681 hours and « minutes Williar. J. Lynch, harbor master, said. _Read Courier News Want Ads. Woodmen! Look! f have been made Secretary of Ashwood Camp, No. 154. Bring or send your dues to me at Room 203, Ingram Building. If you want your receipt mailed to you, put In a stamp. If von pay by check on an out of town bank, include five cents exchange. 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Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Rnxy Theatre- Last Time Today Saratoga Trunk with Bergman and Gary Cooper .Selected Short Subjects Serial "Canadian Mounted" No. ] and Short Cont. Showing Sat. ]Z:30 to 11:31 Sunday and Monday F«w Nem and Seklcted Short Cont. Showing Sunday j;3« t* n:M

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