COURIBB RBWS Calvary Chinch Circles 'sve Regular Sessions ->4 Woman's Missionary Society :leS One and Two of Calvarj rti4t Chinch met j e&lei cUy uftei- -_ ¥ n for regular sessions _ Qirole One met- in the liome of Mrs: John Holmes at the Air Ease. ' (Jpejiing prayer, led by Mrs. S. D. M<*3ee, was followed by Bible study, takenifrom tlie 19t}> chapter of St. "'! jind given by Mrs. Harry Bur- After, a short business session, Mrs. P. H. Jernlgan led tlie closing ifr'ejj. Refreshments were served lo tin hree 'Visitors, Mrs. A. Eagan, Mrs. Sogby Graham and Mrs. Jolumy iocpu, and eight members present. 'Circle Two met at the home of Mi*: Carra Pruit In Pride Sub- 4fte'r opening prayer, led by Mrs. IX '*. Webster, Mrs. J. E. England presided over the business session. Tht Community Commission reporl was-lakcn by Mrs. R. L. Webster, tin J- the secretarial report \vas glv- SenJiylMrs. W. McCain. ' SUWe study, conducted by Miss pie* Bradley, was taken from Sec- pricT" Timothy and Tlie Book of -j-YS, R. E. Smothers was enrolled as (ft new member. teV refreshments were served, meeting was dismissed with ,-er-, led by Mrs. Darrell I.uns- |fof'd: ; • ,y : ' « • * Baptist Women Meet ' '7MS Circle Groups • Woman's Missionary Society .of =First Baptist chuiea "me!/ yes- (tcrgay. afternoon in circle groups. Circle One met wiln Mrs.'Jodlo STaKers with 12 members' present L. W. Gilbert gave Ihe do-' yiai and Mra. tilt' closing prayer. Spring's Lady Full-Skirted . """•«"**»««»«(iS}5iKS ^^^*^J3SE£CSS3SS Kvcnmg faslilons arc unilcrtfoliiff mild rcvolulion this'«nrhin- T», , " flcclliiff change to fuller silhouettes dramatizes Mick al f,l «f'i , ' exlrav; "™nl ^Irt SWC o,, rc _ taffeta. Klffht, bare-shouldered Jrow" of «• lite s vTss em?,™M ,° rCSS "''""' " Oilsls 25 >'«ds of runieadlns, features prliwess-slyle fulness «ml)roldcre4.or fiam ly, Irirmncd with ribbon. BV HPSIE KINAKO NEA Staff Writer NEW YORK — INF A) — The ed**the opening prayer '*£ "" " . c. Outlaw, this sprint' lo gowns Mrs. Nabers ed n S ante-bellum bel from slinky dresses ' No - ' clla »Be iull-sHrt- l- marks 'he yenst fcr- " fnslllQ1W Jrs: c. M. smart •nine members of Circlo Two :r|: fe. P. Hardin led tite opening "A "^l"' 8 .? 1 "? 1 >fa-yer and Mrs M W Lewis , clwn B c !°»R overdue also taught the lesson and rave the f. !lows ln th e dimmltiK out, of the doling prayer. The entire froun ? £r?<lllln ' 11SC1(1 f° r fi ve years to created aloud the 23rd f Psa!m for ™ ake up '" 8»t'er!ng surface 'in- a devotional. j 'crest what every evening dress §ine members of circle Three from S!> "" to gingham lacked In were guests of Mrs. Cecil WAil-n * B1 ' dB 8*. When the little dimler wh>n, Mrs, D. B. Bledsoe taught be! ""s this spring, il s Ilickcr 1 3 us nH i.,. SUbdUeM n<j n nfilllrl ]ir>v,i lM.it. ,„_ giie vrtrsn, Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe liS lesson. Prayers \vero le Mrs- JE. i. Hale and Mr-,, c E Edds. ; • ' Sirs. 'Water Bishop laugh', the lesion for circle Four, which met with Mrs. Marion Williams. Tlie 12ynembers atlcndfng weru led in prayer by Mrs.',Williams and Mrs J?.>W» Woolen. ... *rs R. E. Blaylock waa hosless oPCfrele Five. Mrs. G. \r. Daws jnd ?frs. Lloyd Stickmbn 'led the Himembers in opening- hnd-clos- "•*•- prayers and.^irs. Roy Head .the study lessoii. ' ' ^rcle Six met with Hrs Tom WJBJackson. Mrs. H. H. Brooks jea ngopenmrj prayer and ; Mrs E E Stft'ens taught the lesion. Mrs AlTOi Huffman ' dismissed Iho members with prayer' tfreshments were served at of the meetings. i! Huffman Hostess rf'GEQ Club Members Miss Jeltye Claire Huffman was o|tesR last night to members of h£GEO Club with a briti ge party. Ifl evening games, high score Hire was -awarded Mrs. John F. Fields and bridge went to Miss efa pood rich. The' hostess served refreshments. • T' 1 > - * «- * ames Edwards Elected 2(J1K Century Club Head .fam'cs Edwards was elected president for the 20lh Cenlury Club at meeting last night nt' the home )avis" MrS ' Edwards ' ln E ast Other officers to serve are James '- . Rceder, vice president; Mrs. i.sjrtha Ic e Brooks, secretary and Robert porter, treasurer. . refreshments were served follow-. mgi.the business session. subdued as a paillcl light bulb. Up to other tricks now. designers are concentrating on a newer silhouette. Fullness either bounces dresses out from the waist or goes lo hips of slender skirts in extravagant panniers, in peplums as circular as lampshades, or in drapery which swirls like ; , hnrem queen's from hobbled hem lo waist. Unrestricted yardage, however, puts on its best show in skirts lhat can describe a full circle when a Bill's hips swing. The floalttisf skirt owes Us dream-princess appeal to imported ciiantilly lace, nylon net, paper crisp taffeta, faille or imported cottons as yummy as a baby's christening dress. Mosl skirts float from a tlght-walstcd and often strapless bcdice. This silhouette claims one of the season's most breath-taking fabrics—Swiss embroidered organdy, which Is back with hullabaloo af- Hs wartime absence. Made in- opectaculnr princess-style gown, the sweeping skirt bells out from Hie bare-shouldered' bodice This HaUlc Carnegie design ac- mcnts princess flare with vertical rows of organdy beading, which is ribbon-laced and ' boiv-tled K-ith black velvnt. Another bouffant gown flaunts escape from restrictions with 25 yards of paper-crisp taffeta. The sentimental touch of black velvet- ribbon appears in hemline Unit accent the black, and rows white 'M/ss Hook Selected DAR Regent, Page OSCOLA, Ark, _ ss Adelle Hook has been chosen to go 25 — Miss icue Hook has been el to the annual conference of tlie stnte Daughters or the /jncrican Involution Friday and Saturday In U Dorado ns recent'to Mrs. D. SI. BiCRs, president of the ' William otrong Chapter o fthe D. A. n. | Miss Hook, daughter of Mrs. J. H. i Hook, also will serve as page from ] Ai'Knmas nt the contincntial Con- J i Members .of William S!roii|_ Chapter who plan lo attend Ihe Week of Prayer Plans Made by Y. W. A. Group Plans for their Week of Prayer Home Mission Work were made by members of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church at a meeting last night at the church. Tlie 13 members wrre served nipper. Miss Vannye Whillcy, president, conducted the business session. Miss Weedman Chosen Sophomore Counselor Miss Ann Wcefiiuan freshnvin <Jnnplcr w "° P l!in to attend the at Texas stale College for Wor-i' conference include Mrs. Biggs, en, has been chosen Sophomoic Mrs ' Johl1 W ' Edrington, Miss Ruth Counselor for the 194T-48 sr-houl term. von T. Nailling, Mrs. Madeline ., ..^,.,,,„,,. wila ;l Campbell both of Osceoln ami Miss member^ of the 1940 yrariimiing Cn , ra Les Colemnn of Blytheville, j Mrs. Edrington is a slate D. A. R. officer and curator and vice chairman of the Valley Forge Bell I Tower Committee. She will make a ; report on her contribution at the , nu'cllng. Attend D.A.R. Affair OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 25-Several m-mbers of the William strong Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution attended the I nrnual George Washington costume party of Commodore Perry Chapter .s;\!tirdny at Ihe Gayoso ] Hotel in Memphis. | They wore Mrs. John W. Edring- I to:-,, Mrs. Madeline Campbell, ^rrs. slripes oMliis Jo Copelrmd dress. Miss Weedman, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harry Weedman. was a MOS.W.V, chairman of the state Conservation Committee, and Mrs. My- class of Elytheville, was nn outstanding where student. Myron T. Nailling and Mrs Margaret Barbiers. Mrs. willard steele of Chatia- ncoga, Twin., national chaplain, w.is guest of honor. At The Hospitals ni.VTHEVII.LE HOSI'ITAT, Admitted: , Barbara Stewart, cily. Jackie Martin, Reeves, Mo. Born to Mr. nll d Mrs. Jack Co- Russell snyder, city. Catherine Jean Dallas. Huffman. Pntsy Ann Beaton. Caraway. Linda Kay Saliba, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: n. B. Lispcomb, city. ST. .TORICPI! HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Ad milted: Josh alngery, clarkedalc Miss T/juise Kcevcs has relumed to Jonet-boi-o, wliero she is a student «t Arkansas Stale College, afler .spending a few days witn her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. W.'l. Osborne and soil, W. I. .Jr., will move Ihe later part of the week iiilo Ihe home at in .South Tenth St., where Mr.! ..A MJ-.S. Fml McGhce and family resided before moving recently I to Hot Springs. The Osbonies h-.tvj 1 been mnking tlicir home at ]40i' West Miiin. | llwiry nodd, student at Arkanund' Elale College, Joncsboro, spent, th3 weekend here. Condition of Mrs. James Hill Jr , who lins been .seriously ill for the past spwnil days, was much improved today. She is undergoing treatment at Blytheville Hospital. Mr. ami Mrs. o. P. Raincy and son, lillllc Dan, of Birmingham. Ala., spent the weekend here as gitesl.s of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawiord. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lowe of Manila were i;uests.of friends in Dly- tlicvllle Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Burks IJarker and Mrs. Tom M.ibry .--pent the weekend in Memphis. H. K. Van llooscr and Bob Lowe were In Memphis yesterday on business. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Chapter D, p. a, o. Sisterhood, meeting wkli Mrs. H. H. Houchins, iOOa West Main. Mrs. w. ir. Mlnyard hostess lo Wednesday Club. Mrs. Cleo Lniigston hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club THURSDAY Mrs. T. y,r. ooforlh hostess lo Jolly Eight Club. 20th Century Club will have monhly suppci dance, 7:30 o'clock, at Tlie Hut. Mrs. H. c. niankenshlp hostess to GNB Club. Octette Ciub members guests ol Mrs. J. c. Ellis. Mrs. A. Conway hostess to Midweek Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. H. w. Wyiie. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1047 Cruel Hoax Exposed On Seeing-Eye Dogs NEW ORLEANS. (UP)-A Cruel hoax has been uncovered here with tnc announcement lhat no amount, of red cellophane strips from cigarette packages would earn a see!ni»- eye dog for collectors. A Belter liusiness Burenu ciieck- up brought from Seeing Eye, Inc Morrlslown, N. J., official denial of sponsorship of any such project One person reportedly had collected 10,000 of the strips in tile hope of getting a seeing-eye dog for a blind friend, the Better Business Bureau said. Mrs. Allan Entertains Four Table Bridge Club OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 25— Mrs. John Allan entertained her Four Table Uriclse Club with a supper Friday night at her home on South B'ondwuy. The table was decorated with enrly Spring flowers and greenerv. Throughout Ihe house flowers were Placed in antique vases anti bowls to !orm a setting for the guests. In the sanies'of bridge that [ol- lowetl the supper. hi!?)> score "was 1 wen by Mrs. Dnn Hnmm-r. second by Mrs. Joe Rhlpncn and low bv Miss Emily Mason. To 'Buchanan Hostess , W. A. Members k June Buc!,ana n was hostess me °" Yarbro Ro "(! inst, membcrs of the Yuiim. ' of Mrst 2« = . Taking part on the nrogran ' " 53 Maxine °^™»n u and Miss The- 15 members were dismissed V,5 rBy , ei ; and "feshmcnti o EAlad plate. scn-ed ls.^ Buchanan was assisted hv her mother, Mrs. w. E. Buchanat? DO YOU NEED i A LOAN? To insure and finance a new or 1 used'car. truck or tractor, in Ar- ' karisas or Missouri, see us. Low ] rates You'll like our service. Also FHA Loans and 4% farm loans, Individual real estate loans' UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Over Guard's Jrwelry Store Phone 510 -*• EPAIRING We the Women HV RUTH MII.LETT NBA Staff Writer NEW YORK school teachers arc being given a special course to help them to "exemplify and leach their pupils friendliness based on scientific information." I can't help but worry over the results. Hcmembcr back more than 10 years when "How to Win Friends niid Influence People" swept the cmm'.iy with its'message of "make the other fcllov/ feel important"? And how suddenly people who weren't in the least Interested in | babies started inquiring about j yours? And how everybody was i sure your job must be fascinating, | and everybody was so busy trying lo be a good listener that good talk | was at a premium? j It's the memory of that brief, spell when everybody was trying to make everybody else feel so Important, that has me worried about this • "friendliness based on scientific information. 1 ' ' ;'Thc honest friendliness of kids is a ptelty wonderful quality. And °»e that, maybe, shouldn't be experimented with. ' You have to win a kid's friemlli- I ness. But once you've won it—you have something real. LEAVE 'fcM AS THEY ARE Teach the kids friendliness bas- eriV'on"' scientific information and maybe we'll just get a. crop O f Junior! glad-banders, going around be- inir s"lf-consciously friendly. We have enough of those in Ihe adult world. So maybe we'd better leave the kids as they are. They're not always friendly. But they're usually honest in their reactions. biated her eighth birthday Satui- or.y with a picture show party for •in of her friends. Radio Clinic 430 W. Ash St. Phone 855 or 2291 WE PICK UP and DELIVER! Express Agency Here Sets Shipping Record All-time highs were reached In shipments by rail last year, accord- Inn to figures reported today by both stale and local offices of the Hallway Express Agency. New shipping records were established monthly and a total of 3,700,024 shipments handled in Arkansas last year. Of these, 84,81)6 shipments were handled by the Dlytho- ville Agency. The Arkansas lotal showed an Increase of 433,206 rail shipments wcr 1045. Heaviest month was December with 364,537 shipments. NEW TYPEWRITERS We nre now taking orders for Royal Typewriters for delivery anywhere In Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. Printing— Office Supplies North Second llways rely on this great nib for €HEST torelievecouglis- aching muscles RUB ON Steel Oil Barrel Racks i Any Slxe T. L MARRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PII. 3G,>7 Complete Beauty Service from head to foot! The Ucvlcm Line including the new "CI'.HTAlNl.y KKI)" —AUDRKA UL'VAL— COUNTOUnE'— HEHMETICS Suave for men and women THE BEAUTY BAR OLENCOK TIO'l'Kf, Phono 3202 REAL ESTATE WANTfil) City Property, all types businesses anil farms 1» and around Elythevillc. S<01 us your property. ' plenty oi buyers—list now! 1'liono 3331. j. j, FleM. Eouileil Koal Esitatj Broker. Coys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display qr THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2308 Oscepla News Mrs. Mnrjorie Bnrbicrs- was in Memphis over the weekend ns the BiH'St Of Miss Dora Leviuc, a tot- ni'jr resident of Osceola. i Sue Qiiinn Wilson, daughter of i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, cele- Takc advantage of the skill of our watch repair experts. They'll carefully repair your timepiece with quality, factory- made parrs. Prices are remarkably low.j 7.-Day Service Now Being Given «. ^-Tested Rouad and loinu], early and btc, Poll-1'arrot shoes arc "fit" companions for frolicsome little feet.. Every last, pallcro, man-rial, construclion or improvement is Prc-Tcstcd by youngsters as lively is yours. Try Poll-1'.irrois next time to appreciate their lasting fit, flexibility and longer wear. ( Family Shoe Store Phone 2342 312 West Main St. The Hotel Noble \ NEW CHEF GOOD FOOD! is happy to announce n new chef in charge of our kitchen. You'll find new, better foods than ever . . . served in quiet comfort in our immaculately clean dining room. all prices to fit any Pocketbook Pleasingly Served! SEA FOOD a Plate Lunch 50c Up or Table de Hote A la Carte murmuring mctod tlcss as 3 pulse DRUG STORE 221 W. Main St. Phone 507 TURKISH BATHS Warm, Invigorating nntl really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful turk- isli baths al Artie's Beauty Shop. You will feel belter instantly and lose poundage so easily and so fust—you'll be amazed as will your friends! Il's u turkish bath at Artie's for real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. Second Phone 3302 Continuous Shmva livery Day ttpx Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:« p.m. .1:30 p.m. Tuesday Wednesday h RKO RADEO PLC1URE5, IriC. . Cpntinnous SuuwTni; Everyday Coming fo the Ritz "TIIK BIG SLEEP" with Humphrey Bogart and L:uircn Bacall— Feb. 27-28. "IWDEKCUKREiVT" with Katlicr- inc Hepburn and Uobcrt Taylor— March 13-14. "SISTER KENNY" will: Itosnliml Russell A- Alexander Kiiox—March 20 anil 21. Box Office Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday i:co; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored OH Sunday at the Ito*y. 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