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It FOUR BI,YTHEV1I.LE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS Society 9 Phone 4161 Mrs. Morris Is Hostess MIM Goodrich Is Hostess To G. E. 0. Club, Guests lils« Ver» Goodrich was hostess l»»t night «t her home lo members of Q. X. O. Bridge Club together with two iitesls. Mrs. W. H. O'- Kettt and Miss Frances Bowcn. During the bridge games played, Mrs. O'Keefe won high score and Mrs.- Ha Wellington, brldgo. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated In keeping with the Easter motif. The hottus served a salad course. Circle Meetings Held By Presbyterian Women The Women's Auxiliary of tlic First Presbyterian Church met In i Memphis next week. Gleaners Class Meets To Lake Street W. S. C. S. At Charles Penn Home Mr.s. Ivcrson Morris WHS hostess at her home yesterday afternoon 'o members of tlic Won urn's .Society of Christian Service uf Die Lake Street Methodist Church, .Scvemeeii ineinbc'rs and lv/o visitors attended. Mrs. J. W. Maloncy was in charge of i IIP prognnn on ihc subject of "Havoc of \Vnr." Pnrtlclpatlng on the program wore Mrs. H. H. IJ]c- vin.s, Mrs. Don Lulu. Mr.s. W. 13, Mayo, Mrs. W. L. Green Hiid Mrs. George Slrllon. Mr.-;. George Slilwcll presided over the business mooting during which Mrs shank* tm<1 Mr*. Skcllon wrre clrcU'd to in lend the W. S. C. S. Conference to lur In We.st The hostess served refreshments of a salad pUvc with hot codec ami Iced drinks. Baptist Y. W. A. Meets circle groups yesterday afternoon mid last night. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire was hostess to !1 members ot Circle One. Mrs. R. P. Khshncr led the program, assisted by Mrs. noss Stevens. The program was taken from the last W/i'tli Mice M-.i-ir V« chapter of the study book .. Thv "'IH IVlISS IMaly \ .< Kingdom Come. Beginning In Me") Miss Mlm . Vall s , lec( , ., 1)ri _ Mls , with "Do I Mean What I Say" as j N( . Uli Rim]> s 0n were hostesses last the title. The short business meet- | | lir ,| lt .„ [,„, snced home lo 15 iiiein- ing was presided over by Mrs. G. W. Dillahunly. Circle Two met last night at the home of Mrs. Zal B. Harrison for dinner parly vvith 12 members bers ot the Younn Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. The minutes were recorded nn.l roll call was answered (Silling the i business meethif: at which old and The Gleaners Sunday School Cla-:s of ihe First Baptist Church mi 1 : last mxht at the liocne of Mrs. Chiirlfs IVim on w. llearn St. wl'..i Mrs. Max Lo.^nn a.s co-hostess. Ther*^ were 18 members present. Miss Delia Purtle, president, presided during the business session at which lime plans were made to enroll ne'.v memlwrfi. The drvolloiuil was given by Mrs, Qulncy O. Alexander. Mrs. Marion Williams presented a quiz on 1^ women of Ihe Bible, given In llv; [orm of a radio quiz ' Prayers wtre offered by Mrs, Wai- TUESDAY. MARCH f, T94« Bits of News ler Bishop, Mrs. Jiime.s Roy and I od'etl 'Sanders'. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston spent the weekend In Birmingham, Ala., where they visited their daughter, Miss Rosemary Johnston, who is a student at Birmingham Southern. Ll. James E. Johnston Jr., who Is stationed at Mitchell Field. N. Y.. arrived yesterday to spend several days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston Sr. 'Mrs. Cecil Shane, Miss May DJxon, Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson and Mr». M. O. Usrey have returned from Mobile. Ala., and Nalche?,. Miss., where they attended the Pilgrimage for a week. They were met In Greenwood. Miss., and accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Usrcy's daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Williams. Hefroslimcnts of cake and coffee were served by the hoste.s.scs. At The Hospitals Hlyllievlllr llutplta! Dismissed: Mrs. George Anderson, city, Mrs. Larry IDavls, city. Mr.s. John Walton and baby, citv. Mrs. J. R. Johnson and baby, city Units Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jamns Ui'.st, Col be r, Mu. Mr. and Mrs. J. I., Nabers visited their daughter, Miss Mary Jo Na- Ijc-rs In Nashville, Tenn., over the weekend. Miss Nabers Is a .student ai Ward Belmont College there. They were accompanied lo Nashville by Miss Nancy Ponder, who visited relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd of Jmicsboro spi-m the weekend here as Btiest of Mrs. Dodd's parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. O. Reeves. ! Miss Ila Rogers and Miss Jellye j Huffman :uo .spending this week I In Natchez. Mis.s. where they will Maid of Cotton With Winning Smile Saves the'King' From Embarrassment By Vincent Burke (United Fr«M Stiff Ccrmpondtnt) WASHINGTON, Mlrch >. (UP>_ The South c»n be happy today that it packed a "Maid of Cotton" with a winning smile. . She flashed the smile and averted what might have become an embarrassing moment for the cotton Industry at her big press reception last night. The fact is the "King of Cotton Coming Events Sociol Calendar Wednesday Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Ihe former Miss June Gosnell. will be honored wilh » miscellaneous shower at Ihe R. B. Purvis home, with Mrs. T. H. .showed up In a woolen suit. And he j Caraway. Mrs Grace Wllks and Mrs. wore a satin-silk tie. But nobody noticed. THe "Maid", Matilda Nail, a prclty, 19-year-old blue-eyed blonde from Fort Worth, Tex., was there with that smile and JOO male newsmen clustered around her like t>ees to honey. The women reporters were too busy taking notes on her wardrobe —cotton formal, cotton shoes, cotton handbag—to notice the king's Indiscretion. Off In a coiner, the handsome "king". Jack Tunstlll, 28. also of Fort Worth, confessed his error. "I would have worn a cotton suit." he said gloomily. "But nobody lold me to." Purvis as hostesses at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. H. H. Houchlns will be hostess lo Chapter D. P. E. O. Sisterhood, wilh a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Hotichlns Home. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at the home^ of Mr.s. Eddie Ford Jr. Town and Country Club being en- tertalned at the home of Mrs. G. O. Caudlll. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Wunderlic'h. Sudbury P.-T. A. meeting at 3:00 p.m., preceded by Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Two table club meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. R. J. Gillespie at 2-00 and one guest, Mrs. C. P. Riunbu new business was discussed Sr., of Memphis attending. Mrs. I Miss Adullnc u-c gnvc ihc thir'i Roy Walton Jed the progriun, using the sams subject as Circln One. The short business meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Harrison. Circle Three met ycslerdny afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. S. . Hartzog with Mrs. L. D. Chfunblin v. co-hostess. Twelve members were present. Mrs. Walter Day \vns in charge of the program und the business Jscssloti was presided over by Mrs. Vernon Thomnsson. Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. Jess Homer lust night wilh Mrs. Clyde Wilson as co-hostess. Twelve members and one visitor, Mrs. Walter Day, attended. Mrs. D»y was also the progrnni leader. A prayer was given by Mrs. J. K. Carter and Mrs. J. C. Walsh presided. over the business meeting. Business Women's Circle mot Insl night at the church for a .supper with Mrs. Lucy McAclnnis and Mrs. W. C;. Lcggett as hostesses. Fourteen members and three visitors, Mrs. T. J. Mnhnn, Mrs. C. M. Cirny und Mrs. L. S. Hnrtzog, uUciuled. Mrs. .Gray led the program taken from ihe last chapter of tlic study book "Thy Will Be Done —Now! " with "Thy Win Be Done" us (tie A . pi i r i> title of the program. Mrs. K. B.jAt LhllVCn I'Ol* I L'Ogram Thomas, chairman, presided over the business session. Mrs. Norville C. Curry and baby. I V|MI tlw '-imnmasc. llorncrsville. Mo. ' , Mr ; nn<l Mr »- "»"'}• Bogan and Mrs, Johnny Slegal!. Slcelc. Mo. I <'="'Shlcrs. Miss Doi'lhea BORRH and 1 M BOB an ch;i|>liT of the Mission Study bnoi; "Amnp.ing Grace" and the meeting us dismissed with prayer. The hostesses, assisted by Mi.,.s Sneed's mother, served refreshment.*. ClivislianC. Y. F. Members Attend Meeting In Newport Several members of the C. Y. F. of the First Christian Church here attended the Northeast Arkansas Meeting ol Christian Churches in Newport, Saturday, Those attending were Jean and Oncal Dedman, Dan Wallace, l^ouella Alley, Jimmy Lowe. Bill Doolin. Mary Sue and Rupert Martin Crafton. i They were accompanied by the I new pastor, the Rev. Lester Strub- | liar and by their sponsors. Harold Benesccny and Mrs. Hupcrt Craflon. At Ihis meeting. Mnry Sue Grafton was clioosen lo represent the Northeast district at Ihe State Convention of C. Y. P.. which is to be held in Fayettevillc in .April. Mcthoclisl W.S.C.S. ll!. Slcelc. Mo. Newton Duckworth. Manila. Mrs. W. M. Davis, cilj. Mrs. Jtick Owen. city. Mis. James Roger Ha/.cl «nd baby. Steelc. Mrs. Usrey Jackson and baby, Steele. Mrs. Lee Barham Dies In Bloomfield, Mo. Mrs. I,ee Barliam of Bloomfield. Mo., sister-in-law ot George W. Barhnm and aunt of Ray Hall. bo'Jl of Blytheville. died last night in Hloomtield following a lengthy ill- Several Blylheville and Oseeola relatives plan to attend the funcrr.l services, lo be held lomonnw afternoon, 2 o'clock, at Bi\pli.st Church. Bloomlleld Refreshments were served at each meeting. The Women's Society of Chi'is- lion Service of the FirM, MctlioclLst Church met yesterday afternoon at Baplist Circles Meet In Homes For Program The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met In circle groups yesterday. Circle One met at Ihe home of Mrs. Varual Deal wilh Mr.s. Firman Bynum as co-hostess. Eleven members were present. Opening prayer wns given by Miss Cordelia Wllliite and Mrs. C. S. Lemons wns- in charge of the mission study. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert gave the closing prayer. Mrs. Charles Rny Newcomb was hostess to members of Circle Two. With 10 members present. The lesson was taught by Mrs. New-comb and prayers were offered by Mr.s. Charles Newcomb and Mr.s, E. p. Hardin. Mrs. W. L. Moxley was hostess to 11 members of Circle Three and three new members. Mrs. Jessie Cain. Mrs. Gene Ellis and Mrs, V. E. Ottinger. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson gave the opening prayer, nflcr, which Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon t.-mghi the lesson. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Theodore Logan. Circle Four met al the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. with ciflit members present. The lesson was Uught by Mrs. Huffman and prayers were given by Mrs. C. E. Edds Mrs. Jesse Seeman was hostess to Circle Five with H members and one visitor. Mrs. James Bsrksdale pres ent. Devotional was given by Mr E. H. Brown, after which Mis Mil ion Williams offered the prayer. The lesson study was taught by Mrs Charles Penn and the closing prayer was given by Mrs. Ebb Carson." Circle Six met. at the home of Mrs. J. w. Raydcr with 11 members present. Mr.s. Charles Hart gave the devotional and Mr.s. c. M. Smart taught the lesson. Prayers were given by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw and Mrs. Raydcr. Refreshments were served .-it each meeting. Dinner Party Is At C. 0. Graves Home Mr. and Mrs. c. o. Graves entertained Sunday at their home on West Ash St. with a dinner party honoring their son, Phillip Graves, and his bride, the former Miss Norrna May of Fordyce. Ark. The dining table, at which dinner was served, was centered with the church for a program meeting. I Meeting fs Called By Oseeola Progressive Club OSCEOLA. Ark.. Mar. 9.—Mrs. P. O. Gwyn, president of the Oseeola Progressive Club, has announced a call meeting of the club Wcdnr-s- dny. March 10. lo be held at the First Methodist church at 2 p. m. The purpose of the meeting is- to amend the constitution and elect honorary members. The club is sponsoring a building program to erect a new building to house a county library and clubrooms. Nancy BOB an and son. Charlc;, have movr-d from their home on South Fifth St.. lo tlic home formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hay on East Highway 18. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Barton are spending a week's vacation In Las Vegas. Nev. Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. C. A. Hovcy spent Saturday In Memphis. C. A. Richards WHS dismissed from Ihe Baptist Hospital In Memphis Sunday where he underwent a major operation two weeks ago. His condition is much Improved. Joe Faucctt spent the weekend in Pine Bluff with relatives. Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., Mrs. A. R. Wcteiikamp and daughter. Terry, and Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr., spent yesterday hi Memphis. Miss Maurcnc Hawkins and Mrs. Otlk- Yarbro visited Crlends and relatives In Jonesboro Sunday. Miss Virginia Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mann, was Rradlldled Feb. 27 from Miller- Hawkins Business School in Memphis. She has been employed slncr Tunsllll, a bachelor who owns al 11 '™' „._,,-,. couple of oil wells back In Texas, | ,,,"^',.,.5 of the Fr e " tertcll !! illB .ort tnc (-iii.u „* iv \., " We the Women By Ruth Mlllett ME A Staff Writer The sad part about so many divorces Is that so ni.iny couples decide to call it ciiiils before they ever have a chance to learn how to get along together. For Instance, few women arc wise enough (o learn these important rule.s In the first year or two of marriage. 1. In a family quarrel, never be specific. In Ihc insults hurled. A man will forgive a woman for calling him a brute, a heel, a stinker, or any other general term. When shs sets .specific, about his (awlls or character weaknesses, however. «!io says things she can'ncver take back. 2. Most men can't see the difference between nagging and talking a problem over. So make diacusaions on touchy matters brief. 3. Getting up hall an hour earlier than Is absolutely necessary ll one of the surest ways of jtarting a day off right. The early moruiiis squabbles frequently result from tlw nervous strain of starting the day under pressure. 4. You can kid, a man out ol almost any bad habit or failing 11 the kidding •- - - - new up to Washington lo csci "maid" to the cotton ball tomorrow night. That's part of the Job of being "king", he said, and very enjoyable, too. At that point. Miss Nail picked up a wafer, coated it with margarine and look a dninly bite, while photographers snapped her picture. ''Margarine is made from cottonseed oil." she explained. "Butler Is made Irom milk. I hardly ever eat butter." Her iLtli'iidiUHs from Ihe National Cotton Council explained that the margarine business was Just a sideline. The maid's chief function, they said. Is to serve as "fashion ambassador" for the cotton industry. As fashion ambassador, Miss Nail today was scheduled to make two radio appearances, meet the French ambassador and make a television broadcast. Yesterday she met the Texas congressional delegation on the capilol steps, apiwared on ft radio broadcast, lunched with fashion editors, inspected an Agriculture Department cotton exhibit, and ended up—a bit breathless—at the press party. Miss Nail, a Texas University coed who plans now to become a fashion expert instead of returning to school, flics to Paris next week. There, she will visit with top French designers and add a few French designs to her wardrobe of 30-odd cotton dresses. She's to be on the go for an- I Club at her home. Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Friday Wcslcyan Guild of the First Methodist church meeting at 7:301 p. m. ' .Saturday Benefit Bridge at the Woman's Club at 2:CO p.m., sponsored by members of the Blythevllle Women's Club. Civic Calendar Bread Cast on Waters Returns in This Case PONCA CITY, Okla. (UF)-C. 3. Bush and L. C. Harsh, pioneer grocers, ended their partnership here 12 years ago, but they're stilt receiving checks for back bills. They wer« good to their customers. A 35-year-old grocery bill amounting to »14o has Just been paid by tilt son of a family which Bush in days when the family was had been helped by Harsh and having a hard lime financially "Harsh and Bush helped Mother out. so 1 figure it was t proper bill," the ton said. you cani get anywhere with faultfinding. 5. There U no virtue in a woman I that Is as helpful to a happy marriage a.s a good disposition. 6. If any edort you make U going to make you feel like a martyr, skip It. 7. Don't wonder whether you are happy or not. If you have time to worry about whether or not ji oll are happy, your day« aren't full enough. City Council—8:00 p.m. Wrdneiday Klwanis Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Osceola Events Tue&day American Legion Auxiliary meeting at the Legion Hut at 1:30 p. m. Club 48 meeting at the home of Mrs. Elliott Sartain at 7:30 p. m. Yreeinesday Club 47 meeting at the home, of Mrs. R. L. Naming. Thursday Klwanis Club meeting at the Elementary School at 7:00 p. tn Friday Two table club meeting at the home of Mrs. Zeke Pollord, Victoria «l 2:00 p. m. Continuous Sho\vg Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN »:UU a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday then at the Doyle Typewriter and j °"' cr (0 "r months. She'll go to Lori- Supply Co., but lia.s now accepted I <lon ' back lo p "''i s . 1y back to Mema position with Ihe Yellow Cab Co ! P'j' 5 - Tenn.. and then travel to Hol- "New japan". j Mrs, A. C, Haley gave Ihe rtrvo- tional from Revelations and Mrs. Cifdc Meetings Held By First Baptist W.M.U. OSCEOLA. Ark., Mar. 9. — Th? In Memphis. Mrs. John Buchanan has returr- cd from Louisville, Ky,. where sli; had spent the past month wich her daughter. Mrs. Lorcn Houghlaml. Mr. Hongland and daughter, Karen Jo. Mrs. Estellc Anthony of Chicago, 111. and Mrs Dan stout will leave today to spend several days In Memphis as guests of Mrs. stout's i daughter, Mrs. C. Lewis Wilson and ! family. Miss Chnrlene Jenkins led Sun- True vegetarians abstain not only from meat, but from all foods obtained from the animal kingdom eggs, butter, milk. etc. lywood and 30 other U. S. cities. She said she's bearing up under j Remains of a fourth great pyra- it because "I just love meeting mid have been found buried under people." ! the sands of Glzeh, Egypt. Mrs. A. C. llnli-y, Mrs. 13. F. Klger, , cnce Butler as co-hostess. Twcntv- , Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mr.s. W. ^onilive members attended. Mrs. D. H. Smith, .Mrs. R. N. Hill, Mrs. H. L. j Blnckwood led the program on Harp, Mr.s. c. W. Riimcy. Mrs. p. E. ' "Home Missions", wilh Mrs. R. H. Coolcy, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, Mrs. I Jones assisting. Karen Young gnve H.imes. Mrs. U. p. Brogdon. Mrs.!» reading. Elma Armstrong and Mrs. E. B.I Circle Two met In the home of C™. Mrs. R. J. Gillc.spie with Mrs. Wsl- lor Driver a.s co-hostess. Twenty- one members were present. Mr.s. C. A. Strung conducted the program on Ihe subject of "Home Missions" Mrs. Ella Ssmt-ster conducted th>: devotional and others who parlk:- accompanied to Memphis by Mr.s. Jenkins. Mrs. Uoinnr and Miss Jeanctte Crawford. used in the l-iilertalnins rooms ol the house. Guests, who inchuiecl members ol the family, were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applcbaum and Mr. and- Mrs. Bob Methodist W.S.C.S. Meets At Church for Business CSCEOLA. Ark.. Mar. 9. -Tlic Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met at the church yesterday afternoon wilh 25 members attending. The devotional w - as given by MIS. O. W. Knight and the program anil study course on "Prayers of Christ." wa-s given by Mrs. Sam Curtis. The Rev. H. J. Couchman. pastor. Grnvcs of Osccola. Mr and Mrs l>alcci on ltlr Prnsrom were Mrs. E. Roy Graver, of Fordyce. Mr. „„<! A. Thornc and Mrs. R. W. Butler. . ,. c „„,. „. „. ^ um . „„. ,,„.,„„. Mrs. Cecil Graves and children, and' A soc ' nl no >"' followed each niee',- was principal speaker and conduct- Mr, and Mr.s. Herman Graves ofj m *>- r d the lesson. Blylheville. Given Bake this old-fashioned CRUMB COFFEE CAKE a family treat . . . quiet and easy I rup (So.:.) lilf.«*\\nri,l \vnt-~r >i l-up brown ^IR:tr r.-, • In -Honest; I Didn't useo WTC w/ERe snuBAQiy Metoeo! i*t (r r»tr miiil di.volvnl. Ail,I Mix v-i'-t^f.' ai.c! mi K-::,!••,!. i;i,..l7»ti'l>i Vila.-,. (M)- urn'" F.) nlx.ut i.ui- l.our. nlr-uu ,.t II,...' l\ i".'.'I ilt.Mi:li 15 u i«i"k.'-l.'"ir 11 '\;Vi nlililonl.lc iub'i Turn out un fu.iiiv.l l>-or<l. i,liV,!i:;*li.l|W.-llwml '.. inch IMci. Si,' ^r'g^^^i^^ 1 — |SE'^SiS3£.;: ; :g The Lody r whrrf Itavr you hrm? TscH f ats arf* nfrtlrd noir more than pvpr, ho- caiisr Oio shorta^e of fats ami nils to<iay is llie j^roatosL in the wo f '3 tii.slnry. Our govern mcut warns us tint the .supply raiinot moot, torlay's inciustrinl nereis. Yon can hfl|i prrvrnt llii^ Mip]ily from pptting too low by rontinuins to turn in used fats. You toy you rn-use thrm for cookinp? Vino! Hut even the drops Ifft after that aro worth salvaRinj:. How about molting down fat trimmings, skimming TITav^*? Those tricks yield )>!rJify.' And com* lo think of it, what other kitrhpn waste can you convert into d bard rash? It's a point to rrmfm- . those day,-: of bi^b food rr»u| Hutrhrrs pay [or used fals. So please ... don't throw ymir (K[S riwny. Turn Vm inl PEGGY CUMMINS VICTOR MATURE ETHEL BARRYMORE [MOSS ROSE, ,2c Also Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Bux Office Opens 6:M Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Niiht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Raxy Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATUBE COMING! ScuddaHoo- Scudda Hay with June lUver and Lon McAllister This Love of Ours with Merle Oberon and Claude Rain* For That EASTER PARADE PRESENTING THE NEW "HI-LIGHTS" IN FASHION By TWEEDIE; MODE-ART; VIIUITY Keep Turning in Used fats American Fal Solvog. Commirt««., Inc. the "Willa Pump" Rtige, Tan, Brown, Combination, Medium Heel Also I'altnt & Hlack Kid •la In C Widths $9.95 Cclia Pump Hrown or Hlack Doeskin $8.95 Blue Kid Strap C'nmhiniilinn of Pastel Shades —Also— Egg Shell Beige C'omhiruvlion of 1'astel Shades $11.65 e^. SON s SHOES Genuine Iguana Lizards (Jrey Slinjf t'linip, Hitf" Heel. (!ray Strap, Medium Heel, Brown Instep Strap. Medium Heel. Specially Priced $15.95 "Dion" licige Doeskin \Vedg« Very Drcssv $9.95

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