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March 8, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGB FOUR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1950 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Scrape Entertains TLE Club and Guest Mrs. J. F. Scrape was hostess to members of the TL-E Club and one guest yesterday for the weekly dessert bridge. Mrs. W. J. Cup- pies was guest with the group. Mrs. Otto Scrape won high score, Mrs. W.' E. Cherry second high, and Mrs. Herman Turner, bridgo. • * * Mrs. Halseli Hostess To La Nueve, Guest IA Nueve and one guest, Mrs. Jack Chamblin, was entertained yesterday at a dining room of the Rflzorback for the weekly dessert bridge. Mrs, Melvin HaSsell was hostess to the group. A pink and white color scheme was chosen for the affair with bud vases holding white carnations with tiny pink centers topping the Individual ' tables at which the guests were seated. In the bridge high score was won by Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and second high by.Mrs. Rouse Harp. Red Peppers Entertain School Teams With Supper Margery Hale was selected Miss Basketball and Jimmy Berry Mr. 1 Basketball last night at a supper honoring the Girls' and Boy's basketball teams of Blythevllle High School. The Red Pepper Club wns hostess to the teams for the affair which wns held in a dining room of the Razorbnck. ; The girls', trio composed of Mary Jo Eaton, Vivian Taylor and Mary Margaret Auten presented a musical program for the group. Preceding supper a who's who contest to elect Miss Basketball and Mr. Basketball was held after which (he banquet styled meal was served, Low bowls holding vivid jonquils = topped at intervnls the long tables at which the guests were seated. Immediately following supper Mr. and Miss Basketball contest winners were announced. : At the conclusion of the evening the Alma Mater was sung by the group. GEO Club Meets; Mrs. Whittington Hostess Mrs. J. 0. Ellis, Jr., won high, Mrs. Ray Whlttington second high and Mrs. Joe Evrard bridge in the weekly bridge game of the GEO club Monday night. Mrs. Ray Whlt- tington was hostess to the group at her home. "; During ^the evening * dessert course was' served. i ' • '-* *, * Miss Jaggers Entertains Eps'ilon $igma Alpha The" rush program of the Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, to begin in April, wns discussed last night at the sorority meeting at the home of the president, Miss Butonne Jaggers. Jonquils, the sorority flower, decorated the room in which the meeting was held. In the social hour following the brief business meeting the hostess served refreshments. * * • Tri-Town, Guests Meet; Mrs. Guard Hostess Mrs. James C. Guard was hostess yesterday at her home to Trl-Town Bridge Club and two guests, Mrs. James Roy and Mrs. Dick White, for the weekly dessert bridge. Vases holding Jonquils and iris Intermingled in greenery were placed nt intervals around the room In which bridge was playert. High score was won by Mrs. White, and second high by Mrs. H. N. Whitis. Bargain Niglil Every Nighl Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday The KOXY Ilin Office Opens 6:45 Last Times Today DOUBLE FEATURE For the Love of Mary with Ilcanna Durbin and Edmund O'Brien Arsgeis With Dirty Faces with James Cagncy Thursday & Friday TAILORED CHARM By Sue Burnett Two handsome versions are pos- ible with this easily followed pat- cm. Make this tailored shirtwaistcr ither with a brief set in sleeve T sleeveless—a style which is very lopular this season. Pattern No. 8578 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14. 6, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, brief leevcs. 5 yards of 39-inch. Don't miss the Spring and Slim- ner FASHION. The latest Issue colorful, Informative, — a com- te pattern magazine. Fabric lews, fashion tips, a wealth of mart frocks to sew for summer are 11 included. 25 cents. Mpha Alpha Plans [oint Rush Season Plans for spring rush season, to ie completed during the month of \iarch. were made last night at a iieeting of the Alpha Alpha Clup- er of Beta Sigma Phi. After voting to rush Jointly with he Alpha Delta chapter final plans vere delayed tintil after a meeting if the City Council of Beta Sigma s hi tonight. Following the business session, onducted by Mrs. Frances Gammill. resident, Mrs. Johnson Blackwcll ind Mrs. Richard T. Mills were hostesses for the social hour. In canasta games that followed, ilrs. Ramon Morion was high and Miss Florence Moore, low. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The meeting, attended by 14 nembers. was at the home of Mrs. Blackwell. 523 North Division. VIrs. Welch Is Guest La Petite Club Mrs. Loy Welch was guest yes- erday with La Petite Club when Mrs. W. P. McDaniel was hostess o the group at the Country Club, n which the afternoon was spent Pink azaleas decorated the room Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. James i,. Guard will arrive home today from a three weeks vacation In' points of interest in Florida. Condition of Mrs. W. L. Green who has been confined to her home on Ninth jtret for several days with influenza is satisfactory. Condition of Mrs. W. A. stlckmon who lias been a patient for the past few rlays at Blythevllle Hospital is satisfactory. Mrs. Robert Weldman and son, Slevlc, are visiting in Chaffe, Mo., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weidmnn. Mrs. Weldman arid son wil return home the latlcr part of the week. Condition of Sophie Ann Bright, who is III at her home on Willow street, is improved. Mrs. R. W. Wooten is in satisfactory condition at Memphis Baptist Hospital where she underwent a major operation Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H.. Wright of Memphis arc visiting here as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Bill Clnrk, Mr. Clark and daughter, Betty Kay. Mr. and Mrs. linger Wade arc spending today In Memphis where Mr. Wade Is consulting a specialist. Calvary Circles Have Meeting "Am I My Brothers' Keeper?" was the program presented to 14 members of Circles Three ond 'Four of Calvary Baptist Church at a meeting last night at the Church. Mrs. Jim Ross ojxjned the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove, program chairman, Introduced the evening program. Mrs. Boss gave the devotional after which the group sang the WMU song, "Christ For The World We Sing." Those participating on the program were: Mrs. L. C. Rollison, Mrs. Don Aycock, Mrs. Lee Powell, Mrs. Lcland Hodge, Mrs. Raymond Belknap, Mrs, Mary Lyon, Mrs. Polsgrove, and Mrs. O. W. Davis. Mrs. Lucian Gaines closed meeting with prayer. the Mrs. Whisenhunt Joins Service Guild Mrs. Kemp Whisenhunt met as a new member of the Wcsleyaii Service Guild of the First Methodist Church Monday night at the home of Mrs. Ii. F. Scott. Mrs. Jerry Hcarn gave the devotional after which Mrs. Vance Henderson presented the program, "Christian Advance in Japan." During the business meeting it was announced that the birthday Calendars which the group has beer, making will go on sale today. Mrs. Hcurn led the closing prayer. The remainder of the evening was spent informally In the social liour following. Matching Bow-Ties Lifted from Male Wardrobe Dress Up Hair and Blouse Bjr AllcU Hart A woman either should guard the 'elvely bloom on her suede shoes, or turn her foot flattery over to eathers less susceptible to soil. With, all of the grooming aids at isnd, nowever, there Is no excuse or wearing suede shoes which look ess Immaculate than other types if leather footwear. One Ingenious aid for erasing mudges— thought up by a smart •areer girl—Is carbon paper; the under-side which can be used quite y» ffectlvely for a quick clean-up. Black carbon paper can be used for lack suede, blue carbon for blue uede shoes. When suede shoes mat—as they're ,pt to do when they take on rub- jers or galoshes—a vapor bath from steaming kettle can be used to Special Services Planned Sunday "One Great Hour of Sharing," a program designed to: bring to the nation the full realization of the suffering of the people of Europe, Asia, and the Near East, will be culminated Sunday at the 11:00 services of over 100,000 worshippers of local churches of the country. Radio broadcasts each day from 2:30 p.m. to 2:45 over the local station are being given to tell the story of the conditions of the peoples of other lands. Sunday morning at the special services, which will be conducted In several of the churches of the city, an offering will be tnkcn for the overseas relief, rehabilitation and inter-ch.urch needs. The Rev. Lester D. strnbhar, of the First Christian Church has been appointed chairman of the local publicity by the Rev. Roy I. Bagley, president of the Ministerial Alliance. New Members Join WSCS Five new members met Monday afternoon with the WSCS of the Wesley Memorial Church nt the church for a business meeting. The new members are Mrs. H. T. Co- zarl, Mrs. O. M. Lewis. Mrs. J. R. Ford—-Mrs. William O'Neal, and Mrsr^-N. Moody. Mrs. J. R. Coleman led the opening prnycr nfter which the group sang. "This Is My Father's World." Mrs. W. R. Yount presented the program. "Our Christian Brothers Overseas" followed by scripture reading by Mrs. Glen Alexander. Mrs. C. M. Lewis led the closing pi ayer. Christian Church Continues Meet The Rev. and Mrs. Ml I Ion E. Dawson continue to hold services each evening at the First Christian Church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Dawson presents messages in chalk. Special musical numbers are given each night with the Presbyterian Choir, unrtcr the direction of L. T. Moore, Jr., to" present a pro- grain tonight. Others to appear during the week until March 12. are a duet from the Nazarene and a trio from the Assembly of God. Actress Gloria Strook snaps a po!ka-do(lect bow-tie under the collar of her tailored blouse and clips a matchint lie in back of her hair tor conversation piece accessories. Ily Alicia Hart lift ties from a man's tie ruck with N'ca Slaff Writer Man's last claim to fashionable frippery — his bow tie — has been taken over by the girls. Girls are not only snapping men's bow ties under their shirt collars but are converting their hauls from gentlemen's wardrobes Into hair bows. The results come out far bet- :er, In most cases, than the effects which the helpless male Is able to achieve with his bow ties. No girl Is being encouraged to Gospel Meeting • Being Conducted The series of Gospel meetings now being conducted at the church of Christ each caning at 7:30 p.m. will continue through March 12. Glen E. Green,' evangelist from Seminole, Okla., is conducting the services. H. F. Sharp Is the local evangelist for the church which Is located at Main and Highway 61. At I he' Hospitals i Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. C. Watkins and baby City. Clarence Gunri, Luxora. Ann McDcrmott, City. Steve Tnlley, City. Bobbie June Berry, city. . Sara Lou Snow, City. Nell Sanders, Osceola. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs.'Marilyn McKnight and baby Rt. I. Charles Elhrldge, Stcele. In bridge with Mrs. Welch winning high score. Mrs. Phillips Robinson was second high winner. Preceding the game a dessert course was served. Cominq Events - Social Calendar Thursday All day meeting and stl'dy course of the Burdette PTA at the school. Mrs. Hilton Stevenson in charge o( program with Mrs. Hays Sullivan, L. H. Autry. the Rev. Russell Duffer anil Miss Lois Fields gne.st speakeiw. Meeting begins at 10:00 a.m. Miss Lon Jo Hargett, bride elect of Hunter I>nne Kimbro of Jonesboro. will be honored with a linen shower at the home of Mrs. Ted Ly.ster in the Flat Lake Community. Mrs. C. C. Denton co-hostess for the 7:30 p.m. afinir. Mrs. Harold Hinson hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Earl Damon. Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertains Midweek Clnb. Blytheville Rook Club meets with Mrs. Elva Poc. Mrs. Russell .Illips hostess to Thursday Club. Double Four meets with Mrs. Lynn Brown. Friday Mrs. A. A. Hardy hostess to CI3C Club. Lucky Rook Club meets with Mrs. Odic Huey. these fell purposes In mind. Silt If there Is a man In the family who has switched to four-in-hands, he might be coaxed to pass on his discarded bow ties to his sister or daughter. Ii she can find two bow ties that harmonize in color—say. for example, one is navy and white print and the other is all navy blue— she can snap one under her shirt collar and the other one over her curls pulled to the back of her neck to make a chignon. English auto manufacturers are again experimenting with stean cars in hopes of cutting gasoline imports. ' The U. S. Department of Agriculture says stores selling prepackaged meat increased from 400 to 1.200 in ID-ID. In the Prettiest Colors: • Yellow Light Blue While So Nice Because They're WASHABLE Light Green • Pink FAMILY SHOE STORE ORDER BY MAIL OR PHONE ; FAMILY SHOE STORE, 312 W. Main, Blytheville I'leasc send me pairs of Buskcns al $1.09. Si« - Color Name - _ Slreet „ ,. City — - „ Zone Stol» I Enclosed find „ _. _ L_ "" ~ - I | I - I Wednesday end Thursday M-G-M's Finest Picture! St«T lltd Scmdfilijr l>> ROBERT PIROSH A«otiite Pro-i.cn Directed hy WILLIAM A. WELLMAN • Ptoduced by DOSE SCHARY * MtTRO-GOtDWYK.MAYtR PICTURE Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday 50th Anniversary Is Celebrated By J. R.Webster s Mr. rmd Mrs. J. R. Webster celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at their home, Monday, at 001 Moultrie Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Webster had no special celebration for the day bui received calls from friends and neighbors, from Blytheville, Arkim- sas. and other states, even receiving .1 cablegram of congratulations from relatives in Germany. They have made their home h and around Blytheville for many ears. Mrs. Webster was a member f tlie Sudbury School faculty for 6 years. Officers Elected 3y Joy Class The recently,organized Joy Class f the chapel Department of the First. Baptist Church met last nigh t the home of Mrs. John Nelsoi o elect officers. iMrs. Charles Davis was elected •y the group to serve as president. rlrs. Nelson was elected vice-president, Mrs. F. L. Wicker, secretary nd Mrs. Beit Ross, Jr., treasurer. VIrs. W. W. Lowe and Mrs. Calvin Barnett were elected group cap- ains. In the social hour following the meeting the hostess served refrcsh- nents. Carbon Paper Does Clean-Up Job ) !> Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., darch 8. WV-(USDA) — Hogs 9500; active; strong to mostly .25 higher nan Tuesday's average; bulk good ind choice 130-240 Ibs 17.25-17.50; top 17.60 freely early; 250-215 Ibs 16.00-1125; 140-170 Ibs 14.25-17.50; 100-130 Ib pigs 10.25-15.75; good and choice sows 400 Ibs down 14.75-15.50; heavier sows 14.00-14.50; stags 8.501.00. Cattle 2000; calves 800; opening trade active and fully steady to unevenly nigher on steers, heifers and cows; onlls and vealers steady; evfral loads and lots medium to good steers 23.75-26,25: medium ond ;oort heifers and mixed yearling 23.00-25.50; good cows 19.00-20.50: common and medium cows 17.5018.50; canners and cutters 14.0017.00. This girl erases smudges from suede pumps with carbon paper I,as an emergency measure. restore good looks. Before shoes are given the kettle treatment—at a comfortable distance from the steaming spout — they should be wiped free of dirt with a dry sponge. When snede shoes develop shlno at hard-worn spots, these can be de-lustwed if sandpaper Is rubbed over the glazed areas. JAYNft MTU* ANNOUNCING NEW ARRIVALS Gay, Lovely New Artificial Flowers Choose them by the stem or In single arrangements. CANASTA cards and CANASTA table covers are here now. The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Street u may haw tfitm «tf not kn« it) Fi-Uetinp, nose-picking and a tormenting recUl itch arc often teH- U!e sitns of Pin-Worraa . ..ugly parasites that medical experts 6«y infest one out of every thret per- eons ex• mined. Entir« families may be victims *nd not know it. To eet rid of Pin-Worm., lh*s* peals must not only b« killed, but killed in the large intestine where , they Jive and multiply. That's exactly what Jame'iP-W tablets do .. - »nd here's bow they do it; fi'rit-a scientific coating carries the tablets into the bowcli before they dissolve. TAeJi- JiyVi modern, medically-approved ingredient goes right to work-Ai'U* Pin-WoTms quickly and rasily. Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious rendition. At the first »iun of Pin- Worms, aek your druggist for genuine J«jne"» P-W Vermifuge.,. thesniaU, easy-to-tnlt«tablets perfected by famous Dr. D. Jayne ft Son. aiftcialists in worm rem«Ji«* for over ICO years. ( THEY'RE HERE! 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