The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1947 · Page 4
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I COURIER NEWS High Pal Club Guests Or Mrs. James Terry Red) tulip'an^glftdiola arrangements and decorations to carr>' out a valentine , motif formed a sel- tinj fo" members of the Trl-Towu Bridge Club (mother guests Tues- 4ay ^ftcrncon^yhen Mrs. James Terrj -entertained the group at the Terr} ;home, 1023 Walnut. Guests otHer than club members T»e£e Mrs A.,.H. Wetenkamp arid tf-s Melvm Helscll .MreJ Russell. Haynes F<irr won high s£ore prize in afternoon games and second high was awarded' to Mrs Mel\hi-Halsell. • \ The' hostess served refreshments <»f a salad plate with coffee. 1 Mrs. E!li s Hostess tfitK Bndge Party Mrs, Vernon Thomasson played biidge' yesterday afternoon with members of Town and Country Club ^hcrj Mrs. j. c. Ellis entertained the group at her home In Barfield . * Snapdragons and carrisiiops decorated the*Ellis liomc. " When bridge was played, high score prize went to Mrs. Fred Rutherford and second high to j Mrs Thomasson. j. Refreshments were served bv the ! hostess " .' ' J Mrs. Stevens Hostess i To La Nueve Members I <- Mrs. Coleman Stevens entertained members of La Nueve Club nnd another guest, Miss Jane McAdnms, with a bridge party Tuesday nl"ht at her home 1313 West Main. -*In bridge games, high score prize was awarded Mrs. Slephen Thurston and second went to Mrs John Thomas. VThe hostess served refreshments. *•*• v r~on Supper Given 1 0. Employes > Cuons, the customary candied yams and other trimmings were sened in the swing room of the Post Office Tuesday night to IS empires ees and a special guest, Theodore Jxjgan a 'retired "mail currier. Thaj plan to innke the coon stip- pef an annual affair. Bob Burns served as "cook" for the occasion • • • • Six s Ney Members Enroll In Qaynton 4-H Club Club held a Mary Lou Loosely Tucked Bed Covers Encourage Sound Slumbers Boynton 4-H \-lerda BY AUCIA IIAKT NKA Staff Writer A bed slioiild be un-made for restful sleeping, if it has been made up uith lightly-tucked covers, Feet closely confined In nn envelope of covers will try to escape, thus breaking Into your sleep. Covers rearranged for the serious business of sleeping should be loosened all around the bed and pulled free of the mattress at one side. The lower sheet, however, should be lucked tight again until It is as smooth as glass. You'll pleep batter, incldentnlly. If your blnnkcls are a faintly of llRlilwels-hts that are easy to peel off or pile on than If they are fewer In number nnd licnvlc- in weight. The more air that's ailow- tecl to circulate In your room, !he 'more refreshed you w m feel when you awake; so plan to open tlie windows and pile on the blankets. If you have (rouble pooping off. Iry some form of heat therapy to cozen relaxation before you BO to bed. There are various homey types available to you. One Is a warm, sleep-lulling I bath. This is one or the best and • most dependable tension-chasers. , uut bath water must be neither too hot nor loo cold-obout body icm- pcrnturc Is the best. Such „ bath , ca 'i be made more soporific II you'll toss into your tub „ i cw tablcspoonfuls of mustard powder. A few minutes' exposure under nn ultra violet lamp is a slecp- linduccr par excellence for some People. If there are constricted nerves at the back of the neck or other areas, tlie application or a healing pad helps to relieve icn- Sudbury Troop '•'rids Service At Little House A CRiidelllglit Investiture ccremo-iv was hold at lhc Girl Scout Little House Tuesday afternoon when H girls were invested Into the Sucl- bury Troop. Candles, arranged in form of fhr Trefoil, the Girl Scout emblem, were lighted by M,. s . Jcss H or,icr, , , of the troop. Mrs. R. B. stout spoke on "Girl Scouls in Other Countries." , Dl ~i llfr , tlle ceremony. Ann Hcs- icr Gloria Tate. Peggy Deskin. Lv- Jir M'!F r ' On11 " a Sllc s «lwe». Bonnie Nell McCormlck. Betty Jesii- Berthn Ann Oaines, Wil Bits of News \ ,."-?M"OE wfiin iviary i_ou —' "~' 11MI "im iiaines, \V11- j. presiding. Mary McClcnrn Thomas and Barbara Hnr- i »ong fcaptaln, led the group in sign-', M ", cacl1 !f 8"lcd a candle rcprc- { ing Amen.a" scnting one or the ten laws of the Reports were given by the fu!- ', Sco "ts. Ench girl repeated tlie lowing club captains: Douglas Clif- ! nw ns she lighted her candle ton, .swine captain; Norma Jean Green nm5 yellow, the Girl Scour °OD clothing 'captalii; and Elgin 5° ° 15 ' wcrc used In rl?cor«ilin e t'h,. Craig, poultry captain.' - .Little house and in Trefoil shpnr.i ~*ITb* fnlLMi In.. .. . L ) COokins spri'^^l ,.,U|. ., , . IlKOOKS: Sleep tips. sion-s nnd woo sleep. Also under (he licatflng of heat therapy comes Ihe warm nightcap of hot heibal tea, strained vcge- lab.e soup, clear meal broth or milk, if v ou unnl to make a hot cup of milk more or a bedtime )• nt. Leslie ("Cigarette Girl") Brooks' Up is i 0 ,, ri( , nmU _ |)0!iU|m "', ka tablcspoanful of cognac, a trick which she says will send you » to sleep like a whiff of ether. Teacher Enters Hospital Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Brigham have returned from Columbus, Miss., where they were guests of tehlr daughter, Mrs, Nelson Meyers, and family, nnd their sons, \ Newell Brigham, and family, and Audlcy Brigham unu family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr., left today for Sarasota and Miami, Fin.. • where they will spend a month's vacation. W. O. "Dill" duerin Jr. will Ici.ve Saturday for Purdue University, Lafayette. Ind., where he will tak3 a year's course in Life Insurance Marketing. He is the son of •Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gucrin of Blylhevllle. • ; r Condition of Miss Moiba Walker, who underwent an emergency appendectomy last week In Conway, where she Is a student at central ! College, is much Improved. Her mother, Mrs. Earl Walker, $and aunt, Mrs. 0. H. Wallace, have re! turned here after spending several days uith Miss Walker. Her father and brother, Earl Jr., had returned home earlier after spend- 1 ing n brief visit with her in Con, way. Miss Jane Bombalaski and Miss | Bculah Hnrgett left this morning for New Orleans, where they 1 are going lo Mardl Gras. I Miss Edith Bellinger and Mrs. Glair Miller spent yesterday in , Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Harry Taylor • who has been 111 u-ftj, influenza for the past week, |s much improved. John « L-A, A:k., PCO. .13— M-q Miller. t,.,cher in OsceoVa tlcmcnt:..!}. sch.ool, is undergoing treatment in .-• l,o.-,pH : ,| (1 , j^c,-,. •-urg. -rciin.. for usuries ^ ,. c . cc.ved Salmclay whc n she felt do'vn the attic stmrs of her M mnc Her contntion is noc serious. Parents of ton"''^ '\"'- S ' Fni ' lk Vltalc of Al '»- loii N. j.. !lrc |,, lrents of "i last night at the !«„,„„, e" Hague Ho S p| ln , ln A rnfn e i ol , Hc has been nunicd Prank Jit Mrs. Vltiile Is the :-.,rmer Vx.s, Eunice Autcn of lilythevillc', d*u»hl ter of Mrs. Warren Jackson enrolled 6t this meeting: Nonnn Poole Alfred Perew, David Craig, poultry captain. - . . •"••* M, jieion sunned -'/The foUpBing new members were! «»kies served with punch by Trocn drolled at thi« mpnfinn. »!„ 1 PommlHee members Mrs Victor Stihvell Mrs. L. A. Dougherty and Mrs. Clifford Wntklns. .—. —,,0., Favors were of Trefoil-shape and Mi& Cora Lee Colemnn, home m " rt " '"' ""•'" '' " ' demonstration agent, discussed the gu-ls ^4-H Club uniforms and gave a demonstration- in making rolls W .O Hazelbaker, assistant county agent discussed swine management Miss Crews Appears In fnformal Recital NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Feb 13 _ Miss .Betty Joe Crews, daughter of Mr and Mrs C. Crews of Osceola ippeared'in an informnl student reCently at Ward -Belmont Miss Crews contributions to the progtam ^ere "J'ai pleure on reve" DV Hup nnri & TI & «i_ , • — •** . . •-"*- aitu n rieait. tnats Free " oy Hobyn MISs Ciews is a graduate of Keiser gigr, School. She is a candi- n , , date <. for graduation from Ward- Bnckc i'•Belmont this spring. Twin Daughters Named Karen Lou and Sharon Sue nr» the names given Ihe twin dau-hti-rs uurn last l-dday to Mr. and' Mrs James W. Borcn of Dpll i\l Blythp- ville Hospital. . Mrs. Borcn is tlie former Virginia Kinj; of Dell. Miss „ ..t,t. in Aitioii-sn made by girls O f the trooj). Osceo/on Participates In Installation Rites OSCEOLA, Ark., Pcb U —-Hhiir fatlTO C of Sr " SCrVCCt " S "• re l»'«'»- cll. Knights of Cohimbus 01 ^";!!!^ at the Installation in Little Rock of Bishop Albert D. Fletcher D D as Fourth Bishop of Little t?ock " The Knighis of Columbus installation service was begun with -i Pontifical Mass of Installation at St Anrireiv-s Cathedral. A banquet, for ^ C J ""£& »™« Clergy tn honor Osceofo News Mrs. Joss Glascoc rntertaiucd her two tWilc bridge club Wednesday aricrnooti. Pla.vin g wilh lhc members was Mrs. Mike Naillinz vrgclnbles wives. M.OOO jar s 'or'f'ru'it"^ were canned by house- Co " ricr Ads. y n onor of Bishop Fletcher wns held at Hotel Marion and a civic rccenlion held at the Joseph T. Robinson Mc- m um^j uyw^TBTfcB^l MWIERTiNOED Z'in-Wprmi litv ccntur.w. nn.l pnusi nlllions uf T IrouWo for ° Baptist Church Groups Have Program Meetings OSCEOLA Ark.. Feb. 13 -The Flanrtlgan Class, made up of yon"; matrons of First Baptist Church had , a Valentine party in the church parlors Tuesday night Other social affairs of the church this week included a meeting of c ,r- cle TWO of the Woman's Mr. Brickcy. who returned yes""'"• was accompanied by Mrs. Coming Events FRIDAY DEC CIVj mecliiig ivit Cornelius Schcrcr Mrs. r* C A Strange. ><« . a dessert course. I Feature - - :cs M T LKMA1D Cosmeti \ -Also; Prince Matchabelli ; Colognes, Perfumes '• And { Dotting Powder /We Gift Wrap Free) I The GIFT SHOP Beautiful Red Polished Calf SPECTATOR A A—Sixes 5 lc 9 l\— Sizes 3'/ 2 to !) Very Smart Science h.is .it fcjt sol™! liic prolilcir II u now nlso known tint I'iiAVorm it. distress I! nuTlcctc-ii. So'"bcw!lrc" "v!° IHnt your <i ru ciTis" 'for ' J A YNE''s "?-W°*n'i ^ha first tien ot Pin-Worms. P-W 11 a nvjlical \y sound trcntmcnt Iw^cd on an officially nVProvL'.l civuir princlplo. Tlic CX'y-t,>-lnko H'oca..jrtorcmcmli : r:P-V/forPin.V.'orT n stl and bsiby, At The Hospitals Clythcvllle HiHipital Atlinlttcd: Evelyn Tendall. Mania. Dismissed: Mrs. Floyd Ollison city. R. A. Friend, city. Ollie Carter, Cooler, Mo. Jenny Echols, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Levl Essary, Hayti, Mo. Mrs. Lucille Heplcr. Carutlicrs- ville, Mo. Mrs. Dallas Mitchell, Rle. 2. Mrs. R. G. Clicntam and baby, Hughes, Ark. Mrs. T. W. Webster, Lcachvillc. Mrs. Edward Lambert, city. Mrs. Kdwartl E. Zimmerman, city. Meetings Hesjular meeting or the Chick- asawbn Lodge No. 134 F. & A. M. will be held tonight nt tlte hall. All members and visitors arc cordially Invited. M ftx Parks, \vor-, slilpful Master, announced today.'" Photographer's male Joe Soin- I'ricrs lincl a mil story to lell his "rhipmates al Great Lakes'Naval Sliilion, after lie danced wilh .six-fonl. one-inch Kay I'uppin. ^Joe, live feet tail, v/ns among I hose present when Chicago's Tali Girls' Chil). for the first ,,l!!,ic in its six years, welcomed ' 'it!l comeis to their dance inslead til restricting guests lo tall men. Livestock ST. LCUI3 NATIOX/lL STOCKYARDS. Fro. 13. (UP)—Livestock: - no;rs 7,033. sn!:!b'.e 6.0:3; market, uneven; .m-ishls 17o ios in> steady lo 23: lower thnn best thne yesterday, or strong to 25c higher 'thun average; lighter weights steady: sews steady to 5?c lower; bulk KCCKI and choice 170 to 2:o Ibs ib to 'Jj^C; top 25.SO; aOO to 303 ibs 2450 to 23; 1TO to ir,n r.-s 22 to 24; mostly 2250 up; IQD to 12] Ib pigs 19 to 21 SO; yoc;; 270 lo 500-lb sows L'l tn 2150; very rew choice ID 22; heavier weight 5 19 53 to 2050. ,Cuttle: 3,70!). salab'e 2.5M; calves 1;OX. all salable; active nnd Hilly slciuiy to strong on all classes; spols unevenly higher on steers. About 15 loads of steers offered, with receipts including about 3U pt-r cent cows. A fc\v loads and THURSDAY, FEJWUAHY ]», 1947 * SUNDAY SCHOOL LISSOM Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles Scripture; The ciospcl of Jolin, Chapters 7-9 HV WILLIAM K. GI1.KOY, 1). I). The Jsviisii Feast of Taeernacles has :{ uniquely iuteioaling tjlacc among religious festivals. To commemorate the wandcrim tent-life or the Israelites in Uio windcrness, in their Ions jimmy from Egjpl to Caanan. Jews livcrt for the seven days of the feiist In arbors or 'bowers built of brunches. There is n i;oud description ol tlie roast, and ofi tlic spirit of the joyous occasion, in Ihe eighth chap-! lor of Nehemiah, with its admonition to the people: "Go your! way, eat and fat, and drink'the sweet, and send portions unto them lor whom nothing is prepared." II must have been much iikc our, Thanksgiving ami Christinas celebrations. . i Jerusalem was thronj;ed at .such a time, and Jesus apji.iremly OKI not intend to go up for (he 'feast I despite tlie urgings of His 'ore-i nen that He should do ,so. I Light Is thrown inon the words' of Jesus, "A man's foes .shall be. those of iiis own household," by: the atlitudc of those brethren We : are told (Jo| m T : SJ that 'they di,-|' »ot oclievc In Him, und their urging that He should g n lo j crj - salcni for the fccct v.,is In tin- atiiL-c of a tcmnj.mo;). similar lo that by which Me had : u", testCL au the bcginnm;; or His .iiuiisiiy. "Shew Tnyself to the' world." Je.sus. conscious thin,- "His ' linci not yet come," resisted i.vncere pi'.'atliitgs. 1:111. ait.!r tiicy had gone, He decided to »;i six-re',- ly ta Jerusalem, arriving in the midst of the feat. Meanwhile, there had been much speculation ccii:e;niiin Him. \V.<ulcl He appear at the feast? Was He good man, or an im];osU'r, like others who had professed to l:c the Messiah? Would the authori- lics, who 'had teen seeking Him, arrest Him? Then, . when Jesus appeared, He astounded all by His presence and Ihe po.ver of Jlis teaching. How, they said, did this man know letters, never having ton taught? Jcsu.i answered this. His teach- in';, He said, -was not of man •'My dt'ctrinc is not mine, but His thai sent Me." To do the will of I'M JMthei was to kiiow o| the doctrine. The record of the few days ol the feast is oi great events .and great sayings. Many believed as thty listened to the Master's words 01 grace and wisrtom, so His enemies were afraid to arrest Him Lut His very nopularity only I'rr-usecl their- hostility the more, and the time was drawing near i. nun. at another feast—that of the Passover—He would become tne victim oi man's hate and the sacrifice for man's sin. Complete Beauty Service f TO NEGLECT SNIFFLES, SNEEZES OF from head to foot! The Uevlon Line Imliidinj; t| 1R nclv "CKitTAINI,Y RED" — AUDHUA IMJVAI^— COUNTOUKE'— DKU.METICS Suave for men ana wumcn THE BEAUTY BAR to lots medium fleshed steers 1!) 2.1; with lop medium to ^o;;ti steer? 22 50 to 23.55; good heifers and mixed yearlings 2!) to 21.K- inuc.ium kinds around IB 50 to 19; odd head Micdium to good cows around 1451) to 15. i, Women Over 40 Don't Be Weak, Old Peel Peppy, Years ''!?l' . 10 — by Iwcli ' („„!,. O f, k.olcl m.lciy ,. . .. ; '. "Valentine's Day is Her Ffower Day" See Us for Her Favorites ALLEN'S FLOWERS 12 Chickasawhii I'lmnc 'i .v>»i|S a»i otuij. Sift 1 SJ k'I tKjiidiuai^ •MK— OE18 liOIJN - > uinuo'^ipny A bottle of Vlcks Va-tro-n';l h handy to have around the house bo- cause this double-duty nose drops. 1 . . Qllickty Relieves encczy, snlffly. : - ; — - --- ~ stuffy distress 01 head coids. Makes broalhin« easier. Hetys Pi'SVent many colds rrom T7T' T~7 -- dcveloylns if used at the first warning sniffle ur encczc. TliliiDouble-Dutyi-JosenropsshouId save you much misery. Works fine I Follow directions hi the package. Adult and Children's VALENTiNES GOOD SELECTION The. Tot Shop 105 So. Second Phone 2308 Continuous Slums Kvci-y Day Uo.x Office Opens 1 :Show Siarls 2:00 LISTK.N TO KLCN S:00 a.m. 12:tr, „.,„. .i :3 Thursday and Friday r»(.orP,--_ -W^Sr- $ this original Rose-Mar Peplum Cicu- tion in Anglo Fabrics 100 per cenl Imported Virgin Wool Crepe . . . K c |Iy Gray, Cocoa, Black, Aqua, - - Navy. Other Suits from S20.00 Up f\n BRENNAN-RU66LES Directed byCURT/S BERNHAROT ' Parainuiint News Also Shorls Continuous Shewing Ev Coming to the Ritz Feb. 18, 19, 20 and 21 "The Jolson Story" (In Technicolor) Slarrins Larry Parks Box Office Opens C:45 Opens Sunday 5:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. N T o passes honored on Sunday at the ICnxT. Thurs. & Friday DOUBLE I-MATITXIE ('Vr?* '> !<"•' if* ^ t« i ^ -^^ r .A^'^^ , sr <>' , ^4. - . ,'^r ; A^r ^ >*"f£) ^ •> S*"i «5:V ALICE FAYE^ wfissK Kjwnn.vjai 1^1? LINDA DARNELL -3S A 2OrS CO1TUSV-FOX FfCTURE Sam. JAW II .SBE5AU :tvl pllfl -,-> rCHADO I OR'

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