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?AGE TWO BLYTHEVITXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1M| Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Former Osceola Resident Named Lady-in-Waiting OSCEOLA—Miss Jonct King of Osceoln and Memphis has been chosen Lady-in-Walting at the Memphis Cotton Carnival and will represent the Women's Department of the Evergreen Club, the largest civic club in Memphis. Miss King is the daughter ot Mrs. Natalia King nnrl Joim King of Memphis and is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. j. n. Smith of Osccoln. She attended Oseeola grammur school and is now a freshman at Memphis State College, where she is a pled Re of Phi Mu sorority. She !s fl graduate of the academy of Gulf Park College. Gulfport, Miss., and is currently benig sponsored in the "Miss City Beautiful" contest to be held in Memphis in April. Surprise Shower Is Given in Home A yellow and preen color 5,ohrtne Vi'2s chosen by Mrs. Buddy Joe Layton Friday night when .she entertained at her home with n .surprise layette sho\ver honoring Mrs. O. B- Frnzer. Yellow Jonquils caught In. puffs of pale green satin marked the chair in which Mrs. Fruzcr was seated for the evening's pnrty games. She was prc.se/ited n novelty corsage from her hostess and the party setting was completed with bouquets of mixed, Spring flowers. Mrs. Paul Ix>ng, Mrs. H- C. Weathers, Jr.. nnrt Mrs. Ft, Chnfin took priz.es In the party gnmc.s. Gifts for the hcnorec were arranged on n long t-nble overlaid with imported linen and .after they Imd been displayed, Mrs. Mike Parks assisted the hostess hi serving party fomls. Included in the guest List were Mrs. Forrc-sL Jnrrnlt of OsccoJa, Mrs. R. N. Galewood of Cooter, Mrs. B. R- Frazer, Miss Imogenc Fraz«r Hiid Mrs. H. R Edington of Hermondate, Mo. Poodle Cut Out Stylist Says, However 1st Lady Prefers It Over Pony Tail ST. LOUIS lift— The poodle hairdo already Ls on the way out. Mar- Sueiile K. Buck, New York hair To keep recipe file cards clean while cooking, spread a thin coat of shellac over (hem. Newest In Matron Styles 8814 36-5J By Sue Burnett SURPRISED—Mrs. Estcs Kc- Jauvcr received (he surprise of her life when the New York Fashion Academy named her as one of the nation's best-dressed women. "I make some of my own clolhes nnd make over others," she said. Above, she models a three-piece, stay silk, cocktail costume, with brief bolero to wear over the bodice. Friday Contract, 2 Guests Meet tytf autliority, says. "The iSoortlo Ju.st ksn't rlKht (or •nousli people." she explained to UWiU JH the Mississippi ValL Beauty Fashion Show last night. The iruid, she continued, is to colffurcx In which the hair will be rt but "attractively so." Bits of News ,f n f lly I erAonal WASHINGTON Wi — Mrs. Harry S Truman prefers the "poodle cut," oi'fr the luiir style known as tlic "pony tall," Mrs. Truman always ha.s hjced fiticrt., comfortable cnlfliire. Hut, was noted trttlay shn now Is wearlllR her hair In crl.sp, closely rut ringlets. In the pony-tail the hair is longer, slicked hack severely from the iac(i, brushed up from the neck, (lei! tlshtly mvl left to waft In the breeze. Coming Events An afternoon of play in p bridge al the C. L, McWntcrs, Jr., home on West Main Street entertained members of the Friday Contract Club and two guests, Mrs. Paul Pryor nnd Mrs. W. S, Johnston, Friday, Gladiolj was nrrnngcd about the entertaining room used for Ihc event and in tha bridge game, Mrs. Doyle Henderson won Ulgh score, and Mrs. Pryor .second high. Mrs. Loytl Whtltaker and Mrs. Me Waters tied for bridge honors. Pnrty foods were served. Monday BWC of Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. rneetliiK with Mrs. Jack WnRiion, 7:30 pm, Tuesday Mrs, Max B. Held entertaining Tnc.sdiiy Bridge CJub. LEI Petite Club meets with Mrs. Arthur Vance. Temple Israel Sisterhood style show nt Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge heayue meets nt 7:lfi p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi have 7:30 p.m. dc.ssert canasta at Hustle Inn preceded by election of officers. Mr*. T. A, FolBer hostess. Wednesday Del ton! an Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting nt Hotel Noble. Mrs. Eail Knipple hostess to ScMnl-Cnnasta Club, Mrs. L. E. Old. Jr..<'enlcrtain- inR Wednesday Club at Country Club. Town nnd Country Club meets with Mrs. A. B. Reese. Thursday Mrs. Clco Wren hostess to Thursday Rook CJub. TLE Club meets with Mrs. Jerry Scrape. Mrs. N. W. Traimhnm hostess to Alpha HcU Bunco Club. La Nucvc meets with Mrs. Clr\r- etice Webb. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. Doyle Hen tier son enter lining Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Morris Ozment enttrlnhiini Stitch and Chatter Club. Woman's Club Executive Boan meets at club on West Main Stree at 2 p.m. followed by general scs sion at 2:30 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meet; nt Hotel Noble at 1:15; Duplicate Bnclge League Plays MaslcrpoinL Game The monthly mnsterpoint WHS played Saturday afternoon nt the sci nI-weekly session of the WythcviUe- Duplicate Bridge League. Playing n six-table Ho\ve11 movement at Hotel Noble, Mrs. Frank Grijrsby and Mrs. Jim Roleson took first place honors Mrs. iS. B, Gee and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins won second Vilirh. Mrs. O, S. Crowcll and Mrs. S. E. Tune, third place and Mrs. O. W. Mo Cutcheon nnd Mrs. W. D. Chamb- Here is a beautifully styled j Un fourth honors. frock for the woman of slightly I larger figure that's as new and' smart as can be. Nicely detailed, with a choice of sleeves, H has a softly tied belt in front. Pattern No. 8814 is a pew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 36, 33. 40, 42, 44, 45. 48, 50. 52. Size 33. cap sleeves, >\\j yards of 30-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN, NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. j veterans Hosplta IU - ! The chapter's Mrs. J. Thomas Kibler and Ml.ss Jane Kibler arrived today from their home in Chester town, Md., to he the housegucsU of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old, Jr, George Ui.sh Is undergoing treatment at Walls Hospital for Injuries suffered Saturday afternoon in a fall. Miss Florence Moore spent the •eekend In Ncwbern. Tenn., with Mrs, Eugene Brown Is reported n a satisfac'lory condition i •I. Louis hospital where she un- crwent, surgery .several days ago, Mr, nnd Mrs. R, H. Jones of Os cola returned Saturday from a 0-day visit in Houston, Tex,, as uesU of their daughter, Mrs. W. J. Thornhif?. nnd Dr. Thorning 'n route home Uiey also visited a ister-ln-lasv, Mrs, Minnie Oarvin md family in Huston, La. Carl Green Is vacationing lot Springs mid other points of Arkansas Interest. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd J. Peeler ave as tiietr guests Mrs. Peeler's not her, Mrs. Harry Walklns, ami rother. Hurry Wntkins,. Jr., of aducah, Ky. James G. Coston, former O.sceo- t attorney, will arrive Wcdnos- lay from Jewell, la., to be the 'ticst of Mr. nnd Mrs. ft. If, Jones if O^ccoSft. Mr. Coston had been 'JsUmRr his wife In Jewell, where she is with her mother, Mrs. Hel:n Han.scn. Mrs. J. A. Wroten of Pine Bluff vill arrive Thursday morning to >e the hoiisegiiest of Mr. and Mrs. ;. L.. MrV/aters. Jr., and family. Mrs. O. E. Workman has been removed to .St. Bernard's Hospl- al in Jonesboro to undergo treatment for a broken knee suffered ecently, Mr! Rnd Mrs. J. Mel I Brooks spent the weekend in Jackson, Miss., as guest of thoir -son, J. Mall Brooks, Jr., nnd family. Edwin Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace and Billy Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shields Edwards, students. Rt the University of Arkansas were weekend guests of their parents. Mrs. J. L. Wallace is spending several weeks in San Antonio, I'cx., as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Eddie Devan and family. Miss Barbara Saltba. who 1; student at Gulf Park College. GuU- iiort. Miss., Is spending a 10 day Spring holiday here with her rnorther, Mrs. Jack Sallba. Mrs. C. H. Wallace is spending ii month in LOUR Beach, Calif., as guest of her son, Seaman and Mrs. Dan Wallace. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Shields of Memphis and Mrs. L. M. Wood of Tyronza were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson and daughter, Clara Lois. Tiiey came especially for Clara Lois' baptism at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Miss Jeanne Campbell, who is a student Rt Gulf Park College, Gutfport, Miss., Is the Spring holiday guest of her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Russell Campbell. FRIEND WHO CAME TO DINNER—Dawn Snobcck. 5, of Minneapolis, wistfully watches her lunch disappear as her friend, <name unknown), vacuums up everything in .sight. Dawn asked her mother if she could bring a "little" friend in for lunch, but mother wasn't expecting to put on the dog. Empty ash trays before you go to ied, nnd take them to the kitchen be washed with the breakfast dishes. To open or close slid* fa&tanen, always pull away from the body, if your dress Is snug, hold one finger back of slider when closing, Listen to KLCN al 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1 :<J5 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Kveryday Booming Baby Market Is Easy Way For Talented Inventor to Get Rich By TJOKOT11Y itoj; . k ! r) ol dhnn she wanted fo Assori;ited Press Women 1 * iCdiior j Slvv n, si> she d'-cided to m;ik If you \i r nnt to make a million, f one herself. She began by cuttin concentrate on America's booming i up most of the shower curtains ii baby market. the ho'.ise. For some time husband There are more, babies in the! Jim had to-t:ske tub baths. United States today than ever be-| Finally Mnrlon prrfectrd the pat- fore in history. They've bom nrhv- ', tern of n diaper cover which was ing nt the rate of 3 1 :- to four million • leak-proof at both let;5 -and \vaisl- a year for the last three years, j band, applied snap fasteners, and with new records forecast for 1952.! p-it it in action. Before that the baby boom of! when she saw how well it worked World War TT had tipped the in-ion .Sharon, FMC experimented with fanb population to astronomical i othrr material?;, inchuline rubber, numbers. ! plastic, rayon and nylon. Then she ! If you can invent a new nnd bet- [ deckled to put tier simple new in- [ ter kind of diaper, nursing hottle.i vent Ion on the market. \ Jini, sailing enthusiast, sup- : plied the name. Said ho: baby carriage or toy, you're In the chips. The Mtiall customers are ready anri wafting to put your pro- j "Call it boater, because, like duct over the top. j good boat, it's leak-proof." Marion Donovan may not have, Mnrion, an Irish beauty with had all this in mind:-.'.lien .she in- blue eyes and shining black hair, vented a new kind of leak-proof went at the job thoroughly. She diaper cover a few years ago. She measured babies weekly at Belle- wns more concerned with making j vuc Hospital to achieve correct her oxvn baby daughter, Sharon, j sizing. She tried out sample riia- socially acceptable. | pers on nil [he babies In Connecli- A career pirl from Indiana, Marion had worked on New York fashion mngnLncs before her tnarrinqe to Jim Donovan during the war. j After the second baby arrived andj Jim carne back from overseas, they [ moved to Connecticut and Marion settled down to become a housewife and mother. Makes Diaper But you can't kerp a career girl down. Marion couldn't find the BSP Chapter Members Entertain al Hospital Miss Polly Slc\vfirt, Mrs. Frances Gnmmill. Miss Francos Bright, Miss Vcra Goodrich and Mrs. Elmer Novtunn, members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Si^ma Phi yesterday \vere in Memphis to entertain at Kennedy Basic FASHION for '52 is filled with ideas to make your clothes budget go further—time - saving and economical designs that nrc easy to sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. ect, of the yesvr is cnonthiy visits to the hospital for informal entertainment and serving refreshments. At 'the Hospitals niythevillc Hospital Difiinis.sed: Mrs. John McDowell, City S. P. Powell. City W. D. Cobl). City Mrs. Ollle Lee McAdnms, To mnto Mrs. Gerald Coatner, nnd baby Manila, Mrs. Lunnsc Azbell, Cooler ^rr,s. Annie Oxford. Cooter Mrs. Grady Goff, City Mrs. Picas Yarhro, City. Mrs. Frank Crawford/ Jr., nnd bnby, Cooter Mrs. John Hubbnrd and baby. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Rtvy BrnrU nnd bnby Rt, 2 Mrs. Otto Guilders, Hollnnd Mrs. Mary Ann Bnrron, Ftollnnd Max Yntcs, City ^Tou've TrM Everything I|s4 Golden Rule Should Apply To Family Life expected of them. I'm not offer- In^ any. The quickest way in the world to 1 make a painful j duty out of \vhatj might he a gra-1 clous, happy one • would be tn lay | ilrv:n a set of i rules to govern the work, respon- Ruth Milieu ^'itto. rights, ^ privileges, etc., of I : persons of different generations who must live together. The only rule for that kind of livincr is the Golden Rule. THINK OF EACH OTHER If the parents will think of the children's happiness and strive to put it first, and if the children will try to understand the parents' rizht to love and happiness as well as to bo dutifully taken care of, the da ! ly problems will take care of themselves. When the older (oiks see only I heir sicte r>f the picture, and (lie younger members of the household cut whose mothers she knew. Contract Obtained Thon she contracted to have the product- manufactured. She made thr din per covers in pastels and polka dots. The first year sales passed a minion. Recently she sold her patent to a Shelbyville, Ind., firm, for a million dollars, according to Harry Hanson, president of the Kennedy Company, which bonpht it-. Now the Donovans have a third baby, and goodness knows what Marion will invent next. At ally rate she lias discovered | that there's a gold mine in babies. A daughter writes me that her Rlderly parents RYS soon to go lo|sce only theirs, that is when such live with one of their sons and his j a situation becomes unhappy, working wife. [ If families livine together under The arrangement has been work-j conditions that, could be trying will ed out by all at the children and t follow the Golden Rule, of doing the parents' living expenses are j unto others os you would have contributed to by all of the chil- ; them do unto you. there is no need dren. i for a set of small rules- What the daughter who wrote' If you fail to observe the spirit wanted was a suggestion for some ! of the Golden Rule, dozens of pct"rules" whereby both parents nnd ' tifo^qing rules will be of no use children would know Just what was to you. Read Courier News Classified Ads The RAZORBACK Drive-In is Now Serving The World's Best Pot Of Baked Beans 75 C A Full Meal Served With French Fried Potatoes, Salad and Hot Rolls ALSO SERVED ON THE CURB they're Delicious! Jews Opens VVid< the Door ind Imitcj S'ou In There to Find Hjppinei*. Pcice of Mind, Silvi- lion from Sin, A NfcNV LIFE CHRIST SEEKS YOU Hear the Gospel in Sermon and Song Revival: March 23-30 First Haplist Church 8th and Walmit Sen ices Twice Daily 7:30 a.m.—7:30 p.m. Kcv. A. B. Van ArsdaU Fort \Vot\h, Texas KVAXGEMST Ralph Churchill Fort Worth, Tex^s oosrr.t, SIXGF.R SSALE! Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p,m. .Admission flc & ;!0c Al All Times LAST TIMES TOMTE Double Feature 78 R.P.M. ALBUMS • Popular • Classical • Semi-classical • HrlfbiUy • Children's Also a Selected Group of Single Records 25 Hurry «o«n for best selections Adam? Appliance Co., Inc. 20fi-20S \V. Main Phone 2071 Also .Metro iN'ews TUKS.-'WF-I). I'nl Nitcs 2 For 1'rice of One "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theoter Book — $2.50 LAST TIMES TODAY! SIF.VAflT - r.-;4i I.ULKJ M1UM EXTRA! Paramount New* Cartoon Novelty Reel Ritz Guests to See "Boots Malone" Jlr. & Mis. U. .1. Allen Mr. & Mrs. Leon Wilson TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY M-G-M's ^ "DANCING * ,S ON AIR'l ° MUSICAL! WffiNRE VERA-EUEN *• MARJORIE MAIN •., KEENAN WYNN HI IIC. "TWEETS SOS" "Ambulance Doctor" Rifz Guests to See "Belle of New York" Mr. & Mrs. A. R. Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Karris McCalla & Family Delinting&TreatingService \Ve are now operating our NEW Carver Delinl- iug and Treating Plant. All new equipment including latest model Slurry (liquid) treatfr. All sacks electrically sewed ... we jfuar»ntee you quick, eficienl and satisfactory service. Seed accepted in truck or carload lots. . .discount on all lots of S tons or more. Insure a heifer stand and less rust damage by • treating your seed, liring your seed KARi.Y and nvoid the rush. WARD GIN COMPANY No. Highway f,1 — Hlythevillc - I'lione 375B FUEL OIL .6.0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land PRESCRIPTIONS Kresh Stock Guaranteed Host ('rices Kirby Druq Stores ARKANSAS BLUE TAG CERTIFIED COTTONSEED SO-S,V9l r f germination, ddinted and treated ARKANSAS CERTIFIED BLUE TAG OGDEN SOY BEANS SO-85'i RermTnAtlon CORN AND HAY FOR SALE EARL MAGERS, Phone 2811, Dell, Ark.

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