The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1947 · Page 4
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FOUR ?r& Cohen Honored Afternoon Tea r , Jerry Cohen, who was Miss I Hudcjy Horowitz of New Lender- lOonri, before her recent marriage, kT*s ^complimented Tuesday affr- I tponj by Mr Cohen's mother, Mi j J Samuel Jiminle Cohen when sne Mtertained with an afternoon tea «f J>fr home In Pride Subdlslsion '••''Tie 50 guests t »ere received in T -J I living . room, decorated .with njlxeji Spring flowers Bouquets of jpnqyils and gladioli were placed '•• Sbbut the room and Spring flowers 41so decorated the mantel ' Refreshments were served from the dining room table, draped with an Italian cut-work cloth and centered with an unusually attractive arrangement of snadragons, irises, carnBtlons and other flowers in pastel shades Glowing white 'candies in silver holders also dcc- :orated the table and burning candles- were placed throughout the hom|, ( *: Presiding at the lable'were Mrs. C.' cr Councllle. who served tea, and Mrs* Joe Be^sley, who served coffee ; Guests Included from out of town iSrs* William Harrison of New Yorls City, lyjuseguest of her par- entstm-law, Mr and Mrs Zal B Harrison; Mrs. Frank-B. Williams, MrsJ Searcy' Wears, Mrs W V Alexander and Mrs Adolph Weinberg) all ot Osceola. Chapter N, PEO Meet Wi|"l Be Held Tomorrow Mrs J W Adams end Mrs C A: Cunningham will be i. itles-ics tomorrow afternoon, 1 o clock n~ th=> * Adams , home, Dn islon ana Hcarn, for tlic Chapter N. P. E. O. i Sisterhood meeting , Mrs /Uvin Huffman Ji , -ill! bs speaker for the occasion -with ll Re- llgiori and the Times" us her subject; .--$. Cfiandler Hostess To!Avalon Bunco Club Mrs. W. H. Chandler was hostess 5 to the Avalon Bunco CluS Tii^gday afternoon- when her mb- •ther. Mrs H W Bachellor of ?P<-'h Ca-o'ina was a guest. •Hish c^ore went to Mrs. H. D. .Halford, low t o Mrs. C. T. .Chandler find ounco to Mrs. George DuVall Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. K. c/. Mclinffcy observed their 50th wedding anniversary fob. 10 at inch- home near Blythevllle. Present for the celebration were four generations of tlio McHnffey family Valentine Queen j Demonstration Club Leaders Meet at Dogwood r* a birthday ~glU the hostess Vnlentfne served refreshments of birthday o c i lrjo i | C2k« and dessert "" uml Because of the holldny Saturday in observance of George Washington's birthday, the County Council of Hoinc Demonstration Clubs held its monthly meeting yesterday in the cjforooius of the DOJJ wood Club on Highway 01, South, Mrs. G.'Pi't'e Bunch, presided nt the meeting and 'Mrs. .Floyd Davis led Ihc community singing iiftcr which Miss Com LCD Coleman. Home Dcnionsliatlon Ayent, guve a ^!-.nrt devotional Mrs, L:>e Stiles gave u report of the. last council meeting and also of the bingo party which was held lit the American ici'ion Hut recently. Mis. Bunch told the council that the Mississippi .County Fair Asso- Jition bad notified her that S'JtM had tjsen set aside for a club iiilMing on the Fair Grounds. tach member present answered the roll call by giving some sug- thnt siie would liks to see Turkey Dinner'Given iFof Sorority Members f A 1 turkey dinner Tuesday ^Kit 'ih&. Delta C ua marked the zcnship; • mouthly so:ial of Alcha Beta Chap- ship. • fcr [of Epsilon iSigma Alpha. • Before the Tinner, the group • had, a brief business session. I* l> | benefit' game'In the Manila „„... • naslum last ,Thursday. ' • • i',:i ! ." | The 17-year-old brunette was ' chosen by the Manila bnskclb.'ili team because of her attractiveness-, night.-|rynlty to school; scholarship; ciil~. . . yesterday In Memphis. a ceremony bet\veo:\ £ cs '- lo] i that she would lik'j to sec 1 halves of (he Manila-buxom liollo ln lllc " cw yoaifoock. The conuiilt- -, „,- i., .,.. »r-.,,,_ tee mnde a note o[ these and will ,• '.aimer England bus relurneh"- compile the • ycai'OTok in a few ° fronl Arkjiclelplila... where "'slid, days. was the guest.of her mother.!'Mrs tlic meeting was ,nd- Y' H ' wlnb >"'n, and Bonton, where sue visited . her sister Mrs Vnn Wright, and family. She was accompanied home by Mr. nnd Mrs. Bits of News Drs. Carl, and Edna Nle.s were in Memphis yesterday to ' attend the Ice Follies. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phllllber nnd £on, Harlan Gene, of Stccle, Mo. Unrbnrn Ynrbro, dauglster of Mr and Mrs. Charles Ynrbro, who underwent a tonsllectomy at Walls Hospital Saturday, Is doing satisfactorily nnd expects lo return lo school the first of next week. Mrs. James Darksdate and Mrs. LIlllc Sisk arc spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Oraber and son, David Michael, have returned from New York, City, where they spent a three-week vacation. Adolph Meyers returned to Ills home, 1025 West Ash, last, night from Memphis, where he had been undergoing treatment at the Baptist Hospital. His condition is Improved. - - .' . Mr. nnd Mrs. Ney Hunt and B. 8 West led today for Holly Drove, Ark., for tho wedding of Miss Mnr-' tha Cnrr Washington to Mr. ami Mrs. Hunt's son, Harris Milton Hunt, which will be solemnized Saturday In Holly Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seagravi'S nnd two sons have returned lo their home In Hlghtower from Coral Gnblcs, Pia.. where they have been on a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John w. Bonlfleld of ZiinosvJHo. Ohio, were guests Tuesday night of Mrs. and Mrs. P. B Joyner and family. They were en route to Urownvillc, Texas and points in Oklahoma Miss Nancy Hughes Is vlsitiii" friends in Mcmliis. Mr. nnd Mrs. clair Miller returned home last night from New Orleans, where they have hccn the past four clays for Mnrdl Oras. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Fleeman nve spending three weeks in Hot Springs Loy n. Eich left, Tuesday for Detroit, Mich., on n business trip Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mr. nnd Mrs. Willinm Lawslie have returned home from St. Louis where they Imvo been for the past several days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose are spending the week lit New Orleans E. B. Gee is in St. Louis' for a few days. 'Mr and Mrs, A. G. Littic sircnl nttendnnce and h ador- Founders' Day Observed ' t'. Elementary School OSCEOLAJArk, Peb 2Q.~ Carol Four Receive Degrees In Eastern Star Service OSCEpLA, Ark., Feb. 20. — The Order of the Eastern Star held :is first initiation of the year Tuesday Watso-i, president'pro"tem;'was"bi"i" i t ll ' WiL1 '' J f s - Madeline F. Camp, O r t h p oel, Mrs. Ruth E. Swnnsey, Mrs. !_ W Foster and Miss Hccn Martiif. receiving degrees. Mrs. Ed Wlianis snug Ihe hymns that represented each degree. Mrs. Roy Clilsm. chairman of the r'mi'e st t>e Golden Jubilee of the Partnt-Teacher Association Tuesday; nigUt at, the elementary school In Osceola P T A song was led by MisVHelen Martin, with Miss Jean- - -- , - -, rle^Obermillgr'accompanying Trib- rc t rEsr ">ient committee, served .. ute.to the P T. A. founders was COVEred dish supper at the close of FV»n by Mrs Jettie Driver Miss the lnltlallon Martin and Jack Rhodes The attendance prize went to Mrs. L JW Foster's first grade room, whrch had 24 rcpressntetlves. The The son born Fcb !•> to Mr and lu|£ school awa.d will be made Mrs. John A. Love of'Wtehington, Th f Pa " forn ^ erl y of Blythevllle has MM Wpihv v^L™""""^ 0 , 1 Wlth becn '> nm ^ Charles Robert, He Is Xrl ^ ^ y ? S , " S chalrm » n . their second child. Mrs. Love k the Sila *'- C thB SCh ° 01 > I . ormcr ML " Virginia smith. - _ |,dau»Mcr of Mrs. o. W Smith, 1708 Hcarn. Love Son is Named Galling invented the machine Read Courier News Want Ads. Lend-Lease Idea is Invoked By Girl from U, S. in Japan j:urnccl for p-,t luck lunch which was served cafeteria stylo in the •.i b room. After lunch the btisi- i I'liES meeting was continued and the secretary was inslructed-to in- ii «u • ?' Bltrton ' cstcnsion horticulturist, to meet with them at ins earliest convenience and land-•'•-' " le c , llto house grounds. This will be an cp.'n jnccling and all fnvfled ^ ( !. r " ldsct " :c ^mlimen are Tlie Council Wall club members *.ul coiui v b.ite to the aeuuliflcalloii ! L /'^ B ™" ll( 'f " s l! « Council Thn contents of the 1947 "skele- -u"esUc"s' ;:> f°& 1 J, WC '° revicv;eci alul Eiibrnittcd lo "hc a 'counc 1 i" llC it 'was' ?d Hint cjuite a few p ro this yenr 'be devoted to smcc the state HeVth :tee. with the various county 'S •l" t "f cste(l Ih^t "U club ^im. forth united effort to Jiity, be' urged to inoculate V« ^"^^'J icrctl to. that an housewives study the ways of preparing W wonw b S J^^U^fr i ^^.-^Ih^^Mi prams health lie By,NBA Service HEW YORK (NEA).—Knthryn Kathryn Okada Js back in the U. s with a fancy Japanese kimono, and her niece m Japan is wearing an American gray flannel suit. T,his east-to-west, and vice ver- a, -switch came about when Kath|( ry n> made her first trip to Japan •j as .the only Japanese-American among USO-Camp Shows theatrical > personnel to visit that occupies country Kathrjn, who hails from Pittsburgh by way of Texas, where her Japanese-American parents live, got* to see her t»o half-sisters and her ( uncle lor the first time when sn«< hit Tokyo. There, the kimino-for-suit ex- cha*nse took place "And I gave my, sister a girdle, which she call- 'ed ' a 'stocklng-holder-uppor' and tol^ me she'd wanted one all her life,'' Kathryn says " Alfnough she found most all the Japsnese girls and women—including her relatives-eager. for Airier .lean-style clothes, she thinks the f 7 el '* er of " wes te r nization" U prct- ,-' th * lr own homes, the women J*e living and doing just about as "—' have always done. My aunt cousin cooked dinner when sited the^m, but neier sat at the *ith me and my uncle. I ) ask 'can't we all eat to. but it n?ver did any good " ^^•Pplest people she found the young Amprl- > Who had to~»c- i = Miss Sue Marshall. will day. Wright's son, Nicholas. Meetings -.L..V...U WLJI IK a call meeting of thc Cl''<;knsnwba Lodge, 134. P nnd A M lliis afternoon WO'"- win h»' cionc on the M. M. pen-nc The meeting will start nt 4 o'clock anil refreshment.-, will be served at 6 o'clock. . her clothing problems'-and will •bring n dress whi:h she has recently made and these will be judged ty the clothing chairmen with Miss Marshall's assistance. All clothing chairmen arc urged to attend Uiis meeting. If YOUR skin has broken out with ugly sui-faco pimples — rashes — caused by local Irritations, or K vou M U 7? r Crom an cxlor nally caused HclilntT, burning skin -soreness go to ycur clruKKlst anrt cot n small tiottlo of Moone's Kmcrald Oil and "ao as directed. Koon you'll Ki',1 R start right In lo aid nature t-lcar un the trouble—promottngrfnxtDi- heal- InR- Uso for ten days and if thon "'i: ^vj^janst, ^ill be in the >'°u are (Ussnlisneii "vr • n L H on Mir. 28. The Council • Slillnlcs 3—ci'ciiacU-ss—all ilrnyfisi.,' meet at Doguood on that' CITY DIl Trr, ro E : lch - clu i^^ :bcr *•«' brme . W o55 DRUG co, exte Back in the TJ. S. after u cr first leok at Japan, Kathryn Aknrta Japanese - American singer, shows off tr.c hniiino sli c swappt-,1 willi her ntcce for flannel suit. I'atiicia Vh. o! l>tlil «^'Pbia Elves .Kathrjii a hand with D ;C o bj. * • • * company their parents back to the home Islands. They w , wl , 0 CO ,,, D back to the O. a., say s Kaihryn FLOORS RE-FINISHED NKW KI>OORS t.AIH AND KIMSHKO. OLD l^l.OOKS MADK LIKE NEW. AS- I'HAf.T TILK FURN'ISII- ICI) AND LAID. Vl.OOif, •MAINTKNAXCK S U 1'- Pl-IKS. SANDINO MA- CHINKS AND POLISHERS FOR RKNT. —A STATEMENT OF FACT— 1)^1 has 15 years cMiciit-nce In fl >or contract work with Opal floor bpcc.alist of Mcinphis-the eldest wood floor .spcriali,t 1 , c TH- Stalcs. \ou buy Deal's K uarant:crt service with confidence In years of experience. Only the n,, c ,t equipment and ,u° «ia(" used PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Center" 10 ' 1S ' lHt - Phone «9 COUBIEB rfBWB At The Hospitals BI.V'niKVILI.K HOSPITAL Admitted: ' Born to Mi., and Mrs. George Payne, :i (son, Manila. Mi-s. Hoy EggensbRi-gcr, Annorel, WALl.fi HOSPITAL Dismissed: George Alfred Wood Jr., city. Mrs. Dolly Stunii, city. Mrs, M. M. Crockett, Sleele, Mo. Jnmes A, Brewer, city. Tommy Jones, city. Blllie Williams, Route 2, city. Mrs. Mnhle Harris, Slee/e, Mo BAI-TIST nosi-i'i'Ai,, MK.MI-IUS Mrs. Pearl Conway, Osccolii. Jerry Cullom, Wilson. '• ' • AIKTIIOIHST lIOSl'li'AL, MIS. L. V. Williams, Dlylhcvlllc. Tests with buttorflles prove that the color, and riot the odor, of flowers nflrncts them. 1 Bridge Club Party Meets at Hook Home OSOEOLA, Ark,, Feb. 20,—The lour -Table Supper club met Tuesday night for a turkey supper at Cramer's cafo and brW K o at the ! home or Mrs. j. n. HOI x, \ l«e house w'as Uoooinlrd with I early Spring flowers. In the bridge game'; high score was awarded MIS. Hjny Driver Second went to Miss Blanche Clcere nnd consolation to Mrs. w K Hunt. THURSDAY, FfiBKUAHY 20, 1947 and Past Patrons of the Order of the Eastern Star, entertaining with covered dish supper, Friday 7 p.m. 301 East Kentucky St. , Chapter N, p. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting with Mrs. j. \\. Adamu and Mrs. c. A Cimnir.trum at the Adams home, Division aim Hearn. I Coming Events FRIDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sisma • phi meeting at the clubroom, 2:30 o'clock. World Day of prayer program at First Christian Church, 2:30 o'clock. CBC Club meets with Mr:.- n A. Copcland. Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley host and hostess to the Past Matrons Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display at THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phono •vr.«r ^rfcSX^ * >M JiA m:m mil Sunday-lie.n slyyJcs.' ' Sizes 3-G.7-U.' 12.75 GiRLS' SWEATERS - alt-wnol rardignns. Sizes H-lC.f " . 3.U5 'GIRLS'SKIRTS ,2.gs GIRLS' DRESSiESttador- " '• ahlc cottoiis in 'florals, j- ' ' ^ '" slripcs. 3-6, 7-11.. ,2.98 i BOYS' SPORTSTER SUITS — S'llitl color IrfM .111-20. 17.75 BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS' cotton. Sizes B-16. BOYS' SLACKS 4.V8 JIM BOBS'— l-picie ion grtbnrclinc. Sizes 2-5. 2.9S FITTED COATS wiili foil .ilrcssnwkcr slylinp. All-wools. 9.15, 10-20, 38•11. Austcllc Frocks CUTAWAY SUITS re- ic.il <!irpiii£ pepliinu. In the season's newest fash-Wools. 9-15, 10-20, 38-11. 31 g^ Ions. Prints and solid colors, , ' In black, navy and pastels. 7.90 TURKISH BATHS Warm, Invigorating nnd really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful turk- Isli baths at Artie'.'; Beauty Shop. You will feel better instantly and lose poundage so easily and so fast—you'll be anifizcd as will your friends! H's a turkisli bath at Artie's for real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. Second Phone 3302 Complete Beauty Service from head to foot! The Ilcvlon Une iiii-hitling the new "CEUTAlNTA' It ED" —AUUUKA.DUVAL— COUNTOUUK'— DI1UMKTICS Suave for men ani women THE BEAUTY BAR GI.ENCOE HOTEL I'houe 3202 [ We Feature MILKMAID Cosmetics --A/so- Prince Matchabelli Colognes, Perfumes And Dusting Powder (We Gift Wrap Free) The GEFT SHOP . Continuous Shows Every l)ay Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 * LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:4.1 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday Knows at 2:00 p.m.—4:20 p.m. 0:15 p.m. — 0:05 p.m. Coming to the Ritz Walt Disney's "MAKE"MINE MUSIC" Fcb. Z(i-2fi "THE BIG SLEEP" with Humphrey Kogart and Lauren Bacilli— Feb. 27-28. "UNDEUCUKRENT" with Katber- inc llcpliurn and Robert Taylor— March 13-14. "SISTER KEJWY" will. Rosalind Russell & Alexander Knox—March 20 anil 21. Box Office Opens 6:43 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. Thursday and Friday Sec Ben Ames Williams' Best Seller 'Leave Her to Heaven 7 with Gene Tlcrney, Cornel Wilde, Jcunne Cram Also Selected Sliorls.

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