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.PAGE TWO oae Jane Shelton, Society Editor f ewA Phone 4461 Rainbow Girls Name Officers; Donna Sue Gore Worthy Advisor Donna Sue Gore last night was* elected worthy advisor of the Or-i der of the Rainbow Gills in an 0:30 p.m. session at the Masonic Hull on Davis street. Installation of the officers is planned for Jan. 29. Others taxservp are Melbaline Hill, associate advisor: Merry Nell Lane, charity; May Beryl BcvIKe, hope; Rhonda Eaton, faith; Anita I Sue oldham, recorder and Carol Ann Holt, treasurer. . Others will be appointed by the worthy advisor. Allcne Wimberly Is retiring worthy advisor and Mrs. shields Edwards was appointed mother advisor to replace Mrs. w. D, Cobb. Scott Alley was elected rainbow dad replacing J. D. Smith. An advisory board recently named by Eastern star, worthy advisor, Mrs. w. C. Colston, atcmicd the session nnd named Mrs. Charles Alford. board chairman and Mrs, Cobb, co-chairman. Composing the board are Mrs. Dale Horn, " Mrs George Stilwell and Mrs. C. s Dow- It was announced that a potlucfc supper also will be held In connection with the Installation rites, Honors Shared At Shower-Party Mrs.'Charles Phillips and Mrs. Burl Mahan shared honors recently at » shower given by riffss Norma West and Mrs. Ones West at their home. Mrs. Charlie Phillips, who was until her recent marriage. Miss Louise Hopper was showered with assorted gifts and layette gifts were presented Mrs. Mahan. Mrs. Billy Davis. Mrs. Calvin Hill, Mrs. Mahan and Miss Vlnita Crump were prize winners In the party games. Th« hostesses served refre.sh- ments to the 35 guests. Dessert Bridge Given in Home , 'A dessert bridge at the James Teirj home on West Walnut yesterday entertained members of the TrUTown Club and two guests Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. John Arends. In Ch« afternoon's "bridge game, Mrs. Gene Teaford won high score «nd Mrs. Garrard Caudlll. second high. The hostesj also served refreshments following the gnme. Chicken Dinner Honors Group A chicken dinner at the Herman Turner home last nlglit honored members of EpsIIon Sigma Alpha sorority and their guests. . Mrs. Troy Graham and Mrs. Glenn stroud were hosteses for the occasion and the rooms In which the guests were entertained were marked with bouquets of blossoms Mrs. Mike Wrlh Nuptial Vows Are Exchanged Miss Altha Moody, daughter UI Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moody of Half Moon yesterday became the bride of Mike Wells, grandson of Mrs. J F. Mooney of Dell. The couple was married at 3 p.m. Mrs. Mooney, grandmother of the bridegroom was the couple's only attendant. For her marriage, the brfiie chose suit, of navy blue worn will matching accessories. Upon their return from n wedding trip In Missouri, they will be at home at Dell. At the time of her marriage, the bride was a student at Blylheville High School. Attending Dell High School, Mr. Wells Is now connected with L gctt's Service Station In Dell. and greenery. The remainder of the evening following dinner was spent In dancing at the North Star Supper Club. Arctic Butterflies There are butterflies in the Arctic and. because of the short summers there, tliey spend two summers and a winter as caterpillars, and another winter in the pupal stage. Wonderful For Half Sizes Club Entertained At Hotel Noble Luncheon at Hotel Noble followed by an afternoon of playing bridge yesterday entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Club and one guest. Mrs. S. O. Regcnold of Marshall, Tex., houscgnest of her son E M. negcnold and Mrs. Regcnold Mrs. E. M. Regenotd was hostess for the 1 p.m. affair and luncheon was served from a single long table centered wtrh a bouquet of white chrysanthemums. In the brlrtgc game. Mrs. Charles Crigger, jr., won high score and Mrs. E. c. Rcgenold, second high. Legion Auxiliary Has Business Session at Hut A busine.ss meeting of the Amerlan I/eglon Auxiliary last night at the Legion Hut was attended by 13 members and one new member of Mrs. T. w. Lancaster. Mrs. M. A. Middlcton. president conducted the bi-monthly se.wion and the colors were advanced by Mrs. L. J. Zellcr. Following a prayer by Mrs. Marvin Lane, a report was heard on the Auxiliary's dinner for the 4-H Club which served Saturday night Mrs. H C. Dlankenshlp and Mrs. Emil Damon attended the March of Dimes planning campaign last night' preceding the Auxiliary meeting and later reported lo the group on the event, Mra. speck McGregor told of the group's Christmas prcjcct of send- l«g giite to LnMarr 88 Hospital In Memphis. Plans also \vere discussed for the monthly social Tuesday night with the Legion. Faculty Members Join Students in School Program By IlirrjJ IKE {Courier News Correspondent) Student? and faculty of Blythe* Hie High School combined their talents tc produce an asstjnbly program at the school yesterday. Responsible fcr the mast "diffi^ cult" performance ot the morning was Miss Gina Artc, biology teacher^ who was the "beautiful dreamer" for a duet of Foster's song by Carolyn and Kathcrlne" — Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Green. Frances Slsyton was accompanist. Joke.s and music In the vaudeville tradition were "offered" by T. E. Rowlctt. Jr.. English teacher, who presented an Intricate arrangement of "Stardust" from sheet in specially prepared l>y "Esquire. Superintendent ot schools w. B. Nicholson coin-lulled the program by singing the "Kashmiri Song" with Mrs. Murray Smart 3.5 accompanist. Danny Cobb and Eugene still, with their ukclclcs, sot the shew off to a good start with two numbers, one .strictly Hawaiian, and one ("You Are My A trio composed of Janet Michael. Barbara Prultt Duncan, and Patsy Calvert. accompanied by Millie Ann Mallory, sang I wo popular scngs, "Shrimp Boats" and "Sin." Joyce Stcele was mistress ot ceremonies for the assembly, which was sponsored by Mr. Robert McGraw's senior homeroom. strictly American Sunshine"). Mrs. Richard L. Jones and three children of Fort Worth. Tex., left list night for Memphis to visit Mrs Jones' sister, Mrs. Mel Brook.s, Jr and family after having visited here with, her brother, Jim Smart, Mrs. Smart and daughter, Nell. Mrs Jones and children will leave tonight for Fort Worth. She Is the former Miss LaS'ell Smart of Hly- thei'lllc. Mr. and Mrs, Karl Brownlec and daughter, Mary Ann have returned home after hands spent 10 days in Memphis due to the illness and death of Mrs. Drnwnlcc's father James Thornton. «-ho died Saturday. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Bnninlee'.s mother, Mrs. Thornton, who will spend several weeks with her daughter and family. Mrs. Sydney phtt returned last night from Jackson, Mi'.s., where she had attended the (irst biennial convention of the Mississippi-Ar- zamas Federation ol Temple Sisterhood, as delegate ol Blytheville Temple Israel. She was accompanied by Mrs. h. K. Hanvarg of Os- c.ola and the session was held Jan. 12-14. Included In the speakers were Mrs. Louis A. Rosett of New York city, national federation president. Mrs. Jemile Walker under went major surgery yesterday at Mem- Phis Baptist Hospital and her condition Is reported as unchanged. Her daughter, Mrs. c. G. Hodman Is wiih her. Blytheville residents In Memphis Lightweight Woo/ Moves Directly Into Spring Fashion Spotlight WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952 * RUTH MILLETT Twenty-Two Ways for You To Enhance Your Popularity By RUTH MILLETT, NEA Staff Writer It's never a mistake- To tel) a man how clever tr smart or interesting he Is. To tell a woman she looks beautiful. To say "I don't know" If you really don't. To ask tne aavice 01 an expert. To praise a meal a hostess has cooked. To notice that a woman Is wear- Coming Events Mrs Wednesdmy \ J. j. Cookston, Mrs. R. A. S€~'=~ «?'»5=v; S.-S son were Mrs. M. p. Brownlee, Dallas Brownlee. Mrs. Merron Koehler. Mrs. W. E. potter. Mrs. Two New Members Attend Circle Session in Home Mrs. Carolyn Boyprs and Mrs. W. t>. Hejjson met as new member'! Monday night with 10 members of the Business Womens circle of Trinity Baptist Church. Mrs. O. n, Robeson was hostess i the group at her home and Following the opening prayer by Mrs, C. B. Parks, a business session was held. Miss Bcrnlco Overman presented the stvidy lesson for the Circle and two guests, Mrs. John Buchanan and Mrs. Parks. Prayer by Mrs. Launa Everett closed the meeting. 'irst Baptist WMU Has -uncheon Meeting Ijlincheon In an entertaining room at the First Baptist Church followed by a business session and Royal Service program Monday made up he bi-monthly meeting of the Womens Missionary union of the murch. Following luncheon for the >B member* nttencilnj, Mrs. c. L. Jvnns led the opening prayer and after n business session Mrs Eli Brown directed the program, "Good News for All Who Seek." Miss Cordelia Wllhtte presented he devotional and Mr.5. E F Blomeyer, Mrs. R. G. Cash. Mrs Arthur Bahn^ Mrs. w. M. Williams nd Mrs. Carrell Swaner were pro- ram participant. Prayer by Mrs. j. W . Rayder losed the meelinir. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained marriage licenses at the fflce of the comity clerk Mrs Ellznbeth Blythn Parker: Fred A. Bumkninp of Fort Cuser. Mich., and Mrs. Lucille L Rife Buttle Creek. Midi. Mike Wells of Dell and Miss AI- hn Marie \foody of Blytheville. ' By Sue Burnett If your figure Is slightly shorter than average, you'll be delighted with this classic frock that comes in half sizes to save you hours In altering your pattern. Versatile as can be. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett courier News 372 W. Quiney Street., Chicago 6, Pallcrn No. 8786 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 144 16'.4, 1814, 20',, 22V, and 2 ^;' Size IS, short sleeve, 414 yards ol M-luoJi. ' Black-Tune Top League Scores at Country Club Mrs. F. E, Black and Mrs. S E Tune last night took first' place honors in the weekly game of thp Country Club Duplicate Bridge League. Playing a five-table Hon-oll movement, Mrs. W. D Cliamblin and O S Crowdl won second high. Third place went lo Mrs. Samuel P. Nor- rts and Mrs. O. W. Coppcdge .he'll be <ighinq over Afour trying when you use re. B. Crawlord and Mrs Moore. Aubrey Coiway Is reported .,, „ .satisfactory condition at Campbell'* Clluic In Memphis u'hcre he is undergoing treatment. Forrest In a Mrs. Aycock Is Hostess For Circle Supper Session Mrs. Don Aycock last night was hostess at her home fsr a si"mer- firogram meeting nf Calvary Baptist Church Circle Three. , Group singing and prayer by Mrs. Leland Hodge opened the business session following supper. Airs. Hubert PolsBrovfi. presided over the business discussions and the piny- let. "First They Gave Their Oy.'n- selves" was presented by Mrs. El!en Conley. Mrs. Hoclgc and Miss Luciuda Cole. Mrs. Herman Mays Rave the dc- votloiuil for the eight members nnd one new member. Mrs. Paul Bclew, who attended the session. Following Adjournment, the hostess served refreshments. ily OAII.K NKA Woman's Editor NEW YORK INEA>— This year, wool enters the resort scene with di.-,tuict advantage: it can move good in a lightweight wool under palm trees and blue skies is erual- ly good on a fine spring day. Wool for resort wear is light and porous. Thus, a ligiit wool suit or dress that saw wear In the South can become a spring standby under a lightweight wool coat, it can. in fact, be the nucleus of a wardrobe. We have picked, from the collections of California designers, a suit and a dress that might" be starting points in such a wardrobe. Both ure so simple as to he nearly classic slnce-the simple things Sn lashion are the best. They have Beware At the Hospitals niylheville IIospllnl Dismissed: Guy Av.bell, Tyler. Mrs. Joyce Parks. City. Eleanor Wilson, Hermondale. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Wnde Arms'and baby. Luxora. Mrs. Ncal Webster and baby, Ar- mcrel. Mrs. Margery Robbins and baby. Arinorei. B. J. Smith, Rt. 2. Imprint Stationery 100 Single Sheets or 50 Double wifh 50 Envelopes §1.00 50 Personalized Nap- k '"ns 5100 40 Imported Dinner Napkins $].oo Creeling Cards for All Occasions Snc (o $1.25 Novelty Gifls for Uridge or Canasta Prizes. Children's Hirtliday and Get Well Assortment loiieBahn 524 No. 15th. Phone 3618 Cooked Fine Dinner; Threw it TO DOG! One lady used to throw her own dinner to the rtog most of the time, ft made her sick just to look at food. She was swollen with gas, full of bloat, felt worn-out. Finally she got CERTA-VIN and •says she notv eat.s everything In j sight and digests it perfectly. This j is the new medicine that is helping iso many stomach "victims" hore in I Blytheville. It helps you digest fonrt faster and better. Taken before meals, it works with your food, o.is pains go! Inches of bloat vanish. Contains herbs and vitamin R-l with iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on sufTrnn" Get CERTA-VIN—KIlby Bros. Drug Company. Aflcr the flu isovcrand gone, Hiccough that follows may develop imo chroaic bronchitis if neglected. Crcomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the scat of trie trouble <o help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and Did nature to soothe nnd heal raw, tendcr.inflamcd bronchial membranes. No matter how many medicines you nave tried Creomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist refund* money. Crcomulsion has stood the test of many millions of iiscrs GREOMUL'SION •llltnt C«i(*>, Ontt C«lifr, *!«(« >nnr.Mtlt well. the cl;aractcri a tic of wearing both fashion-wise and literally A dramatic color combination in wool worsted is used (left) for a suit with cutaway bajque Jacket and slimline skirt. The jacket is In a dark blue called "night skv," with shawl collar and rounded wing cuffs in surf green. The green appears again in the skirt. Jacket has contrast lining of the green. A Iwo-pJece dress (right) with a one-piece look is In desert poppv tca-a. bright, clear red. It's woo'l jersey with straight, pleated skirt d a blouse that has back and tront yoke detail v.-ith pleated tucking. Convertible neckline h a s Peter Pan collar and short, cuffed dolman sleeves. Waistline is cinched by a crested belt of shaped leather . . , . . . Copeland and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester hostesses at the Masonic Tem- Ple at 7:30 p.m. to Past Matrons and Patrons. Thursday Mrs. Charley Lutes hostess for 7 p.m. meeting of 0. and N. Birthday Club. Mrs. Coleman Stevens entertaining La Nueve at Country club. Mississippi County Home Ecnn- nmists have 7 p.m. supper meeting at Rasorback. Promised Land WSCs has 7 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Maxine Moore Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs - Bi 'l Lambert hostess to TLE Mid-Week Club meets, with Mrs M. O. Osrey. Mrs. Joseph W. McKaney hostess to CEO Club. Friday Joint 1 p.m. luncheon meeting of PEO Chapters "N" and "D" at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Re ba Perkins hostess to Stitch and chatter Club. Ladies Bible Class of First Bap- Ing her hair differently. To inquire about > woman'i grandchildren. To turn aside a catty remark with an aware but good-natured reply. To discredit the damaging tidbit a gossip offers you in the hope . you'll want all the Juicy details. To send flowers to a woman. To take the time and trouble to put another person at ease. Children Deserve your Courlesr . To listen politely to a child. W To pay an older woman a com- " plunent. To let a man who hasn't gotten around to proposing know that he has competition. To praise a husband for the qualities you mose want h , m lo have lo let the host as well as the hostess know you had a fine time. ro praise a woman In front of her husband. .. To s a >' "I'm sorry," even when the other person is In the wrong. 10 guess a woman's ng« as five vears under what It could possjbly To tell a man 5'ou value his opinion. ^ To tel] a parent something complimentary about his child. vtnaa u *- r lll>\, QHU- > Jirhtv thru nrtfe list Clu-rch has 2:30 p.m. meeting £"« y ,'»"""" at the church S '»Ptab,™«h» I Every nixhtfor oti 5 doctors prove this plan breaks the laxative habit II you take laia(ivw regularly—here'i now yofl can atop! Beoauie 6 N'ew York doctors cow ha.T« proved you max break iho laxative habit, Aarf — «t a Ki,=v. your natural |iov,'iTs of regularity. £.» *t*d did ft. Vj n re t of the cas« t*st* Saturday Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance at Hotel NobJe. Dr. and Mrs. W T Rainwater, Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mr. and Mrs, SanJord She)toti ^««it*thV Mr. and Mrs. Bob l^e Smith and B "' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, hosts iffi and hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. = Pa! *- OB we hird w«.k— one evtry othing: Every day; drink eight fi e.ruM wrktakeS Carter'! Littl* week— one each night try other night. Then— o[ vater;Mt* i is plan can itivehibitt COMING SOON TO THE WILD BLUE YONDER with Wendell Corev and Vera Kalston I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS with Doris Day and r rank I.ovcjoy Hope and Hed V I - ai "«" K™ and Rhonda FJeming "fe' Dcnnis I)a - v and MitYGavnor DISTANT:,DRUMS with Gary Cooper and Mari Olsen There's nothing like giving folks what they want You Can't Beat a Product That's GOOD! HERE'S HOW YOU CAN RELIEVE A REAL CAUSE OF STOMACH DISTRESS- Seficiencies of Vitamins B and Iron It you re bothered by R stomach disturbance <eas. indigestion, heartburn and can't ever cat good food without suflcritig afterward) due to deficiencies of Vitamins Bi, Hi, Ntacln and Iron In your system -non t be satisfied to merely relieve your symptoms. Not when it's iw.wlbie for HADACOL to relieve the deficiencies which may be the rrtil and underlying CAUSE of vour stomach distress, let HADACOZ, bring about an amazing Improvement In ,vo«r condition. /turf so iMiporfonf/ Continued use of HADACOL not only elves continuous, complete relief but helps prevent such deflclcncv- caused stomach disturbances , from coming back. This Is the r ABSOLUTE TRUTH that no one can rteny. This is what you muxt do if >oij want honcst-to-goortncss ifal relief and freedom from the miseries of such disturbances v ou can't beat a product that's f£?° B "J' a botllc of KADACOL xsas- and take It faithfully. "\ HADACOL • •»••« ».fc»tt»t».-T»«r.'. O.I,, 0«. •...!.« HMACOt T.«l Coke join your gay circle of friends. Serving Coca-Cola serves hospitality ; ... ailils lo (lie occasion. 6 Bottle Carton PIui Depoiil I01UEO UNOtR AUTHORITY Or tttt COCA.COl* COMPANY CoCA-CULA BO i TUNG CO. «jF definite time lor regularity. ^ _ F A ve .? v ' ew Yo . rk doctors proved tht an a laxative break t be la*.:..., ^, Carter's Little Liver Pilli "unblock" _r digratjve trart and from then on Irt » aiakc use of its own natural powers. Further—Cartfr's J.ittle Liver Fills contain Break the laiativ* habit . . . with Carter't «,f Uver Pllla • • • an<1 ** «*ulw naturally. W hen worry,overeating, overwork make you Irregular teraporarJLy—Uk« Carter's LLttla i:»i'i,?t^r p "" l1y - A ° d nev "«« th - Get Carter'. Little Liver I'ill,. 3K « ur •"""•• •~'-Y. You'll to jntelul thereit <4 fJsten lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. »nd 4:DO p.m. daily for our program armouiitements f[ Bux Office Phone 2752 Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Sho\ving Everyday Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. CLIFT-TAYLOR ™ WINTERS. GEORGE STEW ftaJ-jt!^ of of APL4CE IN HIE SOV » Pirii Selecfed Shorts Cox Office Opens 6:>]5 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. —Plus— TOPPER' with Constance Beruclt Also Selected Shorts Thursday & Friday '

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