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FOOT BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'IBf Society 9 phone 4161 Business Women's Circle Meets With Dr. Edna Nies Dr. Edna NJes was hostess at lior home Tuesday night, r.3fl o'clock, to members ot Business women's Circle Seven of the First Baptist Church. Miss Pearl Ixe gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Jolm Tyrone, president, »as In charge of thf business meeting v^'neii clothing was assorted and prepared to be scut to it family In Poland., • Mti; H.'C. Wall 4aye \tlie rlevo- tk*i»l/ and. ^Ii's.' 'Tyrpne, conducted the Royal-'Service Prograjn 'on the subject of "Christian Homo. Our immediate Task.'.' Participating on .the program were'Miss Delia'Purtle, who s|iokc on "Home SVfet Home," Dr. Edna Nies,'"Building Christian Homes." "Home , and Missions/' by Miss Kubi}>'Brown'Knd'-Mrs. H. Oi Dlsnk- enslup', who spoke on '.'For Homes.' Hetreehments »er« served by the hostess.:: .' ; s , Mrs. Langslon Enlejlams Town And Country CJub Mrs. Cleo LaiiBStouj was hostess • at her home yesterday to-,members o[ the Town and Country Club to• Kelher with two guests, Mrs. Walter Baker and .Mrs. Daiite) Lewis ot Nfv; Orleans. .'Ln.; housceuost of Mrs. Cornelius 'Morlljiger. before her maiTlngc Moml.-w nliiht. Council Meeting it HtW By Demonstration Clubs Jlome Demonstration Club members of Mississippi County met SalurdaV at the Dogwood Clubhouse for a regular council meeting with 41 members attending. During the business meeting, Mte,Gertrude Bond, home demonstration agent for the county, told of "National Home Demonstration Club week" which will be observed the week beginning May 2. Following the meellnj, a pol- luclc dinner was served. D.A.R. Luncheon to Be Held at Hotel Peabody OgOEOLA. Ark., March 4.—The William Sti-onK Chapter of thB Daughters of the American nevo (Ion will have their . monthly luncheon meeting »l the Hole) Peabody In-Memphis. Friday. March 5. Mrs. John W. Edrlngton. who will be the principal sneaker, will give a resume of Thomas Jefferson." Officers who were the and Bits of News S. -W. Wlnburn ot Mltle HocJf, was Die overnight Buesl of his .sister. Mrs, Farmer England and Mr. £ng]nii(l la,« night. Waller Uoseiithal ]ias returned from St. Louis, where he visited with reiattvc.s for several days. " Condition of Mrs. Jack Owens who underwent, an 'appendectomy yesterday afternoon at Walls Hospital, Is satisfactory. Harry Kay Urouk.s, .student ;it Williim Jewel Cojlene. Liberty, Mo., is spending his Ijctwecn .semester Vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. ,Mr. and Mrs. - R. J. Dodson of Cumdcn, visited friends here the first of the week. Robert Purvis mrlved home Tues- THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1948 *v. KiddCond u <t, Study Deftness Stressed in Use of Make-Up -t,e w . „„,,,, T. „„. pas tor When Powder Appiied in Public Places :y T. Kldd, pastor of the First Presbyterian Churcli, gave the fourth in a series of atudy of the book of Matthew, lul nlgtn at the church with 51 members of the church attending. He dlscti&g* ed chapter* 18 »;>d 17 last night, Before Ihe discussion began, Roy Walton led the group III singing several hymns accompanied by MM, C. M. Gray at the piano. Preceding the discussion, a buffet supper was served by Mrs. Eio Spradley and her committee in charge. The lable was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with an nzelea plant. Program Meeting Held By Methodist W.S.C.S. The Women's Society ot ChrU- Unn sn vice r>f the Half Moon Methodist Church met. Tuesday ni^hl at the church with Mrs, Leslie Peoples as hostess. ! "^"IHI'" . s l' c .' ul . sc y c !':' v .''^ hc .'' e i The eiel't members present par- with Mrs. Purvis and their daughter, Mrs. T. H. Caraway, Mr, Caraway. and family; Billy Held, soil of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Reid, has been confined to his home the past week with measles, His condition Is, satisfactory. N. J. Humphrey was dismissed yesterday from tho Memphis Baptist Ho.vpllnl, where lie had been a pat ticipated on the program taken from the program book, "That Thy Way Mny Be Known Upon Earth". Plans were discussed and made for the decorating of the Gosn^ll Church on Easter Sunday for the .special .services to be given by the Methodist Youth Fellowship. elected installed al the Inst mcctlnn held ' cnl <°'' «>e ]iasL week. His contllt- 1 In February will preside. They i"- Io " ls »al sfnctory. Mrs. Humphrey j Meet at Masonic Hall Eastern Star Members 'MIS March chui-cii Helen at the Pirsl Baptist Hci'Hnndo, Miss. Miss Crnfton of Blythevllle. During' 'tliq : altenioon bridge games"; Mrp. Modlngcr won liiah. „..„ score and Mrs. Laiigstoiv second Crafton or Gideon, Mo high. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Entertaining rooms of the home wre Rtlraclivcly • dcc-eratecl with / bouquets 'of mixed; Spring flowers. Refreshments 'wci'c served, Mrs.' Dpvis Entertains ^ Clubi Members, Guests Mrs. .Jack Johnston mitt Mrs. DeWitt VanCleve were guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Fred Davis entertained members ol Ihe Avnloji Bunco Club at her home. Mrs. Raymond Shamlin won hicli, Mrs. Eddie Porcl Jr., bunco and Mrs. Haskell Blankcnshlp, low, whe.i bunco. game-s were played <!iiri»? the afternoon. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated wit,h assorted potted plants. A dessert course with iced drinks was served by the hostess. Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Baker.Wilson : Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. Monroe Grain were guests yesterday with members of the Wednesday Bridge Club, when Mrs. Baker Wilson entertained with n two course luncheon at her home on W, Walnut. The dining _tablc, at winch the luncheon was served, was centered with au attractive arrangciucnt of Spring Iloivcrs In a low crystal bowl. During the bridge games, Mrs. Gee won high score and Mrs. W. .J. Wunderlich, second high. Skating Party Given By Sue and Luc Owens Sue and Lue Owens, daiiBhtcrs of Mr. ond Mrs. S.'C. Owens, 'cclcbral- ... ed their 10th birthday yesterday when they entertained 35 ot tlicir friends with a skating party. 1 In the skating contests. Nancy Estes won (he prize for the best girl skater and Morris Webb Jr. for the best boy skater. During (he contest for the couple who were the best skaters, Nancy Ectes and Dobbj" Davis won the prize. .' Mrs. Jess Horncr, Mrs. L. E. Baker, Mrs^Faul Jobe and Mrs. Owens assisted in enlertaitiirip. after which refreshments were, served. "Well Child Clinic" Advisory Board Meets The "Well Child Clinic" Advisory Hoard met ycslerday nltor- nooii nt Iho home ot Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr. [or u business session. At this meeting It \vns decided thai, the women of Ihe First, Methodist church would he In charge of the clinic Tor the month of March, with the next, - meeting scheduled (or March 10 nt the Health Unit, for colored children. It \v:is also decided to buy toys and other equipment, for the children attending the clir.ic.s. Mrs. Terry served rcirp.shmctUs. clude Mrs. Madeline Campbell, of Osccola,- recent-. Mrs. E. c. Gathlngs ol West Memphis and wnshlnKton, fljji. vice regent; Mrs. P. P. .lacofts ot Orlder and Memphis, second vice regc|it; Mrs. Mary L. Sweet of Memphis, t)iii%l vice recent; Mrs. M. W. Cole ot Wilson, reconliiii! secretary; Mrs. Myron T. Naming of Oseeola. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harold E. Weaver, of Edmond- scn, treasurer and custodian of flaes; Mrs. c. O. Young of Mcm'_ phis, registrar; Mrs. Samuel F'. Norris of Blythevllle. historian; Mrs. Smith Johnson, chaplain, and Mrs. D. M. .BISKS of Memphis, retiring regent w»s elected honorary resent. The hostesses will be Mrs. A. motored there to accompany him i home. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Parker and Mrs. J. T. Hipp spent yesterday in Card well, Mo., visiting with .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker. At The Hospitals George Oration, for the occasion u Waring. Mr;. Mrs. D. M. Blytlicvlllr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. T. Slnlcup clly.\ Mrs. Hugh Stanford and Stccje, Mo. and baby, baby, Mrs. Carlton James and baby. OSCIiOLA. Ark,, March 4.— The Osccola Clinpler Order of Ihe Eastern Star met Tuesday at tho Masonic Hall. •Mrs. Mary Ford, worthy matron, presided during the brief business meeting, nfici' which Mrs. Ruth Ragsdale, Grand Esther, gave a report on Ilic State Convention held in Little HI>'--K recently. Out-of-town visitors who attended the meeting were Mrs. Clara Jr., Hfrs. fferod Wise, all of Hughes, Mrs. W. C. Fletcher of Forrest City, Mrs. P. E. Dcnson ot West Memphis and Mrs. Hurry Jones ol Osccoln. city. Mrs. A'. E. Blaylock, Dell. Janet Green, Huffman Mrs, o. M. Baxter, city. ' Rebecca Fullcrton, stcclc. Mo, Velma • DeCorlcy. Cootcr, Mo, Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. J. Lewis. Dcerinif, Mo. Fulson of Clarksvllle, Ohio, George Stilwell and Mrs. Holder ot Blytheville and Mary Husby of Keller. Mrs. Ruth Miss C/ufo (s Entertained By Mrs. Erf Simmons OSCEOLA, Ark., March 4—Mrs. Ed Simmons \vrts hostess yesterday to two tables of club members fltid four guests. Mrs. It, H. Kendrlck, Mrs. Guy liutlor, MLS. Enimitt Dunn f. ft. Smith Is fleeted Chairman ofChurchBoard OSCKOL.A, Ark., March 4.—E. R. Smith was elected as new chairman t>t the official Church Board of the First Christian Churcli, when members of the board were entertained with a buffet dinner Tues- L. E. Webber, when she ! <laj ' "' tllc Christian Churcli-p.iimil- and Mrs. ciitcrtamcd at her liomc on Quinn Ave. During the bridge games plii>'ed. Mrs. C. C. Btnven won high feme Emmllt Dunn was hostess to members of the •!« Supper Club •and two guesls Mrs. Ed Qulim and Mrs. L. E. Wriiber Tuesday night nt her houjc on Wrst Quinn .Aye. During tlin evening when bridge was plnycd Mrs. Elliott Sartaln won high and Mrs. L. E. Webber, second high. A three-course dinner was served, and tlie entertaining rooms of the home held arrangements of potted plants. Wcst i agc.wllli the Rev. and Mrs. L. D. still 1 Jr. ns host and hostess. following the dinner, n brief business session was conducted by the chairman, A. W. Young. The table at which the dinner was served, was overlaid with a linen cloth nn'd held as a centerpiece of glazed pottery bowl filled with mixed Spring flowers. 'Other members who attended included L. c. B. Young. Melton Pope, J. c. Scurlock, Llnasey unv- cr, H. H. KcndvicR. Dr. Elton Fairley and Jasper Thomasou Sr. Mrs. Hook Entertains Bridge Club, Guests By Alicia Hart NEA Sltff Writer A young girl who yearns to be * "woman of the world 1 ' can come closer tu her ideal by acquiring adrol'.new In publicly upplying lipstick »nd powder puff. No '"*-om»n of the world" puts on Tiny mirror has bullt-iii flashlight tr> Illuminate faee fnr makinr; up under dim lithls. » public exhibition when she nibs shine off her nose or recoats lips vi-iien lipstick h»« worn ott. She dc*s, r however—and here In wh»t you pan le«rn from her—make discreet touch-ups. she does this with such' adroitness th*t her hind works quicker than the observer's eye. Tor your deft and speedy moves, Imitate the sophisticate . Don't scrutinize your face In your compact mirror. The trick Is to snap DJXMI your case and In one swift, «1- inosl undetectable move stroke powder puff over forehead, nose anrt chin. A few fast strokes with a lipstick will put color just where it Is needed. Don'i try to draw a whole new lip-line in the two or three seconds which * retouch Job requires. If you suspect your face and hair need & more thorough going over, withdraw to R dressing room and spruce up In private To make it possible for a girl to repair make-up In a darkensd theater or restaurant with little fanfare U the purpose of a new 'pocket mirror which lights up. This mirror encased in lumarlth has a built-in flashlight attached to its top. By" Ilicklng a button the minute electric bulb at the top center the mirror spotlights a face library has 84,910 volumes, receive »M Journals and adds 4,000 new books every year. Qragon flies can travel M mile* i hour. Helpi You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel 111 at ease because of loose, wabbly false teeth. FASTEETH, an Improved a kallne (non-acid) powder, eprin- kled on your plat cs holds them ,* S ° thty rcel mc "' e comfortable. Soothing and cooling to gums made sore by excessive acid mouth. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose platcs. Get FASTEETH today at any drug store. tr of where make-up repairs are needed. Half Moon News MTH. Mack Wnde nncl children of Memphis nrc the guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Richardson. Condition of Mrs. Ollic Galncs, who underwent a minor operation nt niythc'.'llle Hospital, Is much imix'ovct}. Mrs Marshal] Lcshcr and chilrt- OSCEOLA, Ark., March 4.—Mrs. re» of Corpus ChvSstl. Texas arc J. H. Hook was hostess to Jour ta- • the priests of her parents, Mr. -and blcs of bridge club members and i H. C. Buck. They were accompanied guests when she entertained Tucs^ j by Mrs. BilHc Duck and children, day nlghl at. her home on Johnson who will visit here for two weeks. We the Women The city registrar of Boston, Mass.. recently had to say a regretful "NO" to a woman who wanted her birih date advanced from 1009 to 1913. A lot, of women who read Hint news item probably stopped to wonder just why that woman needed so 'desperately to be four years younger than her actual age. Had she fallen in love with a man four years younger than herself and feared to marry him if he knew her age? Or had she started already 13 worry about that dreaded 40'.;i birthday and decided that she must .somehow push it further into tho future Or was she ready lo venture in- between 30 and 40 were the best years and resolved to try to stretch them out? Just what was behind that visit to the city registrar's office? Big Question: Why? A woman who tries to deny her age is always interesting to other women. "She says she is only such-and- such an age," they tell each other over a bridge table, "but"—and then come.s the speculating. So why do you suppose she did it? For the sake of a man or lor a Job,,from fear of facing the forties, or Just to help fool herself? She certainly couldn't have hoped to fool other women. Library Builds Up CHICAGO (UP)—Miss Wilma Troxel, librarian at the University lo the bush)fcu world and afraid |of Illinois school of medicine, said to admit her age to prospective cm- Avc. Guests included Mrs. A. G. Brickcy, Mrs. J. A. Pisg, Airs. W. E. Johnson, Mrs. Frank Sanders, Mrs. W. W. Prewitt, Mrs. C. E. Dean, Mrs, John Allen. Mrs. E. A. Hook and Miss Adclle Hook. In the bridge games, Mrs. .). 1-,. Ward won high .score. Mrs. Fisg. second high and Mrs. Prewitt, consolation prize. Potted plants and Spring flowers were used as dccoralions for the occasion. Condition of T. Alexander, who hns been ill for several weeks, is unchanged. Real Present CHICAGO tUP)—The employes (if Ihe house of corrcclinn wished their boss a happy birthday and gave SHO to the March of dimes William O: Milota, 4!). the superintendent, has tho same birthday anniversary as tho late -President Franklin D. Roosevelt. iloycrs? i the-'addition ol 3i,QOO volumes in [ the last 10 years makes it one ol Or dirt she just [eel (hat the years | the largest in the world today. The Harmony in a musical print for the "Forgotten Woman" Moss Bryan • Invites You to drop in for some ideas on Spring Changes. A new lamp ... a lovely picture . . . the most exquisite array of gift suggestions will solve any problem. The correct wedding gift, a birth- clay remembrance . . . and Easter Gifts are practically upon us. Select Easter Greeting Cards and Tallies. Candal Favors or Place Cards for EASTER PARTIES. We will be looking for you at THE G.FT SHOP 103 East Main St. TAKES REAL BLOOD Worried Feel Nervoui Dread Duties Feel Tir«d Ageing Pepless Resistance Low Blood Is th« force ol life. Blood 1i 7i*r«- a *yj° I 'V f0 P fr ' 'unctinn of your organs anrf il bodily actions. Blood carrlei eis*nti«l iubsunee.t to every hone. And lh« life,or tmr red blood cells Is only about 3O dnyfK for a nnrmal person and must b« replaced™ M H rate of ,-ibaut one billion five hundred ' million, r<xl Tilowl erils dally. Without your proper red birwrt cell count It Is no wonder you ran suffer «xfiauslion from slmpto ftnemJa. look older and ageing, lack normal brisk vigor and p*p. have no appetite. r«l horribly nervous, vvorrlrtf, neglect dutlea, and (n fi wo man's cas c, lack 1 hat "full blooded" lookfnc sparkle and vim lhat con- Irifaute lo beauty. To help this problem. Science has formulate*! Ihe ivocd^rfu! 5jp*r- lon Tablets. TiicJft Ubleli are concentrated whole pure bovine, blood (from selected town and bull*) concentrated ilx to on*, plus n full medfral dos* nt iron. Sp^rtonx are pleai&nt and <;n lo vvnrfc ImmrdlaUly. and Mrs. Kendrick, second high. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. jMw. Dunn Is Hostess To Club Members, Guests '. OSCEOLA, Ark., Mnr. 4. M rs . Benefit Dessert Bridge At The Blythcville Woman's Club Tickets $1.00 2 p. m. Saturday, March 13 Km- Kcscrvations Sec or Call Mrs. \V. I). Cohl), I'lionc S22 f merely o grope sodo, 1 a softly caibonalcd bcv- croge wjlh ticli body, de- lighlfol aroma,ond lush/ripo flavor. Packaged in Ihe ligtil weigrtl, lull jix-ounc* quick- chill bollle. ^member, or,!y Gropclle laslci JiVe Gtopelte—oik for il by Home: j'A GRAPETTE, pfeose" pHIRSTY ; MNOT Has rfic "new look" found you "short" in the wardrobe department? Docs your porkf thoolc always srcrn empty lately? Why not join the prc-[;astcr p.iradc to your SINGER SEWING CENTER—and l«rn to make your own clothes. It's t»sy and economical, too. In /act, you actually make a dress rhile learning. Telephone ot come in and see us today. SPECIAL EASTER CLASSES ARE NOW FORMING -HOUR LESSONS $ |Q your SINGER SEWING CENTER 414 W«t Main St. Phon. 2782 Votulcrful lift into Spring' — June Bcntley's newest tvvo-picccr. iS'ole, if you please, lite cut of the pcplum jacket, "little lady" waistline, inf;inU flared skirt. Stonecutter's rayon and ^'oo! faille. H«?r Majesty's navy, Eugenic green, Imperial brandy, Elizabeth blue. Junior sizes 9 to 15. ... $16.9$ FEINBEIS'S nt seen in fT'oman'i i Home Companion 70 YEAR OLD MAN SAYS W.F.C. <Ch!ttgo> WrU«. "f urn only too pirns Ml lo recojnmejid Spartan Tablet?, I tlrrlvisi more eneigV snil pep from them, and not f filing to tlre<l at (he cnii of the day. Thty certainly b*n«- filnl me In fupplylng Incrw^ed energy." OUT U F OF 10 F E R st 7 mil of 30 .*ufOr si one or another from lack ot cl building materials. So, ivir re<i blood «11 counl ./cm llic nutril/onaJ ncerf ot Spartan Tablets. Sparton _ Tablets ate guaranteed lo satisfy you In 3 days or money back. Your doc- an tell you. No matter what youVe tried. Iry Sparton tcxifti At Woods Cruz Store Mall Orders filled A Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday Marlha Manning recogm«* the fitting needs ol the shorter, slightly fuller figure ... and docs something about ill Hcresa now- into - summer dress with length-loving \ilcals. Black print onOonccrto Blue. Allegro Aqua, Rna«odv,Pink, Libretto Lilac in EnkuKavoii Sheer. Illusion sizes, l6>$-22i-i (I- JIEDEL'S tiDx <;tticc Opens Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. A: Sun. BarfiAfn Nighl F:\ficry Nifiht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre Thursday & Friday ROBERT YOUNG SYLVIA SIDNEY ANN RICHARDS AIM Sh«rt

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