WKDNKS,DAY, FEBRUARY V, BLYTHEVILLE COUUIER NEWS Coming Events THURSDAY Fldclis Sunday Scliool Clnss ol First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Willinm Berryman for potluck isupper, 1 p. in. Mrs. George W. Barhnm entertaining with 'coke party for Mrs. L. S.-. Briscoe. Mid-Weck Club meeting with Mrs. Louis Clien'y. Mrs. Claude Briley entertaining Friendly Eight Club. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. B. L. Klrshner. Mrs;'Charles Bittner entertaining Thursday Night, Bridge Club. Mrs. W. M. McKinzie entertaih- Ing Octette Luncheon Ciub. E.M.G. Club meeting • with Mrs. Kellon Francis. Mrs. W. B. William,'! entertaining at rtustic Inn honoring Mrs. L S Brlscoc, 3 |». in. Armorcl Parent Teacher Association observing Father's Night and Founder's Day at .school, 8 p. m. FRIDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs Norval Humphrey. ' " SATURDAY '' Annclla Humphreys, John WHV.es and Dick Reid entertaining with a valentine dance at American Legion Hut, 8 p. in. Miss Harrison Is Bride Of N. G. Cartvvright III Announcement is made today of the marriage of Mifs Carol Harrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Can- Harrison of Jonesboro to N O. Cartwright III, of Osceola. The marriage occured Saturday afternoon, 5 o'clock, at, First Presbyterian Church in Osceoln, with the Rev. L,. T. Lawrence, pastor of the church, officiating at the ring ceremony. The bride wore a smart suit of Winter green wool with fingertip length jacket, and luggage tan ac- cessoriq-!. Her corsage wns of yellow rosebuds ami orchids. ' Miss Freddie Smith and Jlmmv Dlllard. botli or Osceola, were the only ^ attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Cartwright, both of whom are students at Arkansas Stale College, Jonesboro, have returned there where they plan to complete 'Ihis semester's work, : Mrs. Cartwright was graduated from^ Jonesboro High School where she served a;; president of Delta Sigma, and was a member of the Vivace Music Club and the Dramatics Club. She now is president of Alpha Sigma sorority nt Arkansas State, n member of the A Cn- pello choir, and treasurer of the Spanish club. ' Mi/ Cartwright, son of Mrs. F W. Cartwright anj the late Mr . Cartwright of Osceola, is a veteran ftt av year's service in -the Soulh- «est Pacific theater of war, where he served with the Seabees before receiving an honorable discharge last year, A former student at St John Military Academy where he was a member of the T.OP. and .the Koven Club, and Florida' Military School,' he now is attending Arkajvas State and is a member of Gamma Iota. » * . Bridge Club Entertained All members of the Tuesday Bridge Club attended the party given yesterday afternoon for the group by Mrs. Max B. Held, who enter- tamed at her home on West Main Street. Mrs. C. E. digger Jr., received high score prize for the afternoon and Mrs. C. M, Smart, second A dessert course was served » * * Club Party Is Given : IVfiss Frances McIIaney and' Mrs George Grear Jr., of Columbus, Ga houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. G H Grear, were guests of Mrs. San, ford Boonc last night for a bridge party, when she also entertained members of the Double G Club. High score prize was won by Miss Frances Little and second high bv Miss Margaret Shaver. A dessert course was served. Miss Wise Entertains Miss Patricia wise, entertaining members of La Neuvc Club la-.t "Ight at her home, also was hostess to three other guests, Mrs. M S Thurston, Mrs. Russell Hayneb tan- of Ashdown, Ark., nu ( i Mis June Workman. In the bridge games played during the evening high score prize among club members was awarded Mrs William Q. Boyd and second high MIS. Melvtn Hnlscll. Mrs Parr also was prsenled with n Elft from her hostess. Canapes and Icej drinks were served during the gamos with a dessert course served 'later. • » • Son Is Born Friday Mr. and Mrs. BID Worsley of Lakeland, Fla., formerly of Blylhe- ville, are (lie parents of a son bom Friday in Lakeland. The baby their fourth child, has been named George Robert. : Mrs. Worsley _is the daughter of Mr. imd Mrs. James T. Brackln of Blylhevllle. • * • . • Wesleyan Guild Meets Mrs. S. B. Wilford entertained members of the Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist' Church last night at her home. -'. The devotional period wa,s in charge .of Mrs. o. E, ; Quellmalz, with Mrs. H. W. Wylle as guest speaker for the evening. Mrs. Wylle used as her program subject, "The American Indian". A dessert course , was served during the social hour which followed the program. Attending were 19 members arid three visitors. Mrs, James Hill Jr., Mrs. Elma Armstrong and Mrs Sallie Hubler. • • « Club, GuestJintertained ,Mr,s._ Otto Scrape entertained members of Club Eight and one guest, Mrs. C. R. Wrotcn, last night at the home of Mrs. Paul Jobe for an evening of bridge. High score prize went to Mrs. Charles Langston and second high to Mrs. G. O. Poetz, and the hostess served a sandwich plate with iced drinks. • * * • S. S. Class Has Party Mrs. W. O. Reeves and Mrs. Mike Votsi were hostesses to members of the Phebean Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church, entertaining last night at the Reeves home. The devotional was given by Mrs. Theodore Logan, followed by pray^ ers by Mrs. Henry Rosamond and Mrs. Fletcher King to close the worship-period. •" . . During the social hour which followed, games were played with prizes won by Mrs. Sherwood Holthoir nnd Mrs. King, mid later die hostesses served refreshments to the 12 who attended. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Fielder Perry hai as their weekend 'guest, her sister in-law, Mrs. L. I. Pnssmore of Mem W. w. Bryant Jr., left this morning for Crystal Springs, Miss, where he will spend several days wllh his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Bryant Sr. Major and Mrs. Carl Bailey Jr. of Columbia, S. C., arrived Mondaj for a .week's visit wllh her mother, MBS. Mildred . Cutler, and olhiu relatives. They will return to Columbia • Saturday. ' Mrs. B. p. any relumed Eatur- «ny night from St. Petersburg Fin where she spent a month wllh her sister, Mrs. J. W. While Her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Gnril- gnn will leave tomorrow morning for St. Petersburg where she too pljw to spend a month, with Mrs Mrs. John Long has rclurned from Baton Rouge, La., where she spent a week with her son, Staff Sergt. H. C. Long and Mrs. Long who are living there while he Is stationed at Harding Held. Mrs. Arden Crowder of Alexandria, LJI., win return ( 0 Memphis this nfternoon after an overnight visit here as the guest of Miss Irene Crowder nnd other relatives. She Is visiting in Memphis with her sister, who is ill. Sandra Long,\ daughter of Mr and Mrs. Toby Long, Is ill at the family home on Davis Avenue. : Mrs. L. s. Briscoe of Ilarllngcn, TCMS, arrived tills morning for a brief visit with friends in Blytheville, where she lived prior to moving to Texas nine years ago. : Mrs. Lester M. Cooper left today for Clifton. N. j., where she plan's :o spend several months with Tech. Sergeant Cooper's parents, Mr. and Mrs: John Cooper. She is the daughter of Mrs. John Long, with whom rtie has been maKing her iqme while her husband is on foreign ituty. The'Rev. ,nnd Mrs. P. W. Nnsh ipent ycslerdny ,In Memphis. Mrfc Teg King underwent a ton- illlectoiny yesterday at Wall's Hospital. Teddy. WMtworth, son of Mr iml Mre. J. w. Whitworlh, underwent a tonsillectomy today at Wall's Hospital. ','.>.-,'. . : Miss Ethel •GoBdn'CT'wns called to Oden, Ark., yesterday by the Illness oj her mother.' ' , We ore enlarging and remodeling our store, and will be forced to close one day only, Thurs- day, Feb. 8. Watch for our Saturday specials. FRITZIUS DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and GIFT GOODS 2020 W. Main Phone 949 Upholstery and Rugs REJUVENATED and MOTH IMMUNIZED * Certified Service * Modern Methods Four Year WrittenGuarantee Against Moth Damage Modern NiiLifc process revitalizes the fabric and prolongs its life anil beaulv. Dirt, grease and many unsightly spats vanish. Colors' ro- appear. Pile is enlivened. Use again a few hours after treatment. Furniture, rugs, drapes, furs, clothing, blankets, piano-felts anrl auto upholstery made IMMUNE to DAMAGE by moths, caraet beelK or mildew. Treated fabrics GUARANTEED "NON EATABLE" hv Cost estimates and moth inspection without obligation. Phone 2350 Today SUPERIOR CLEANERS H. C. Bfenkenship -, « - R. E . Blankenship Pat Gray On Program Broadcast Monday Night Muny Ulyllicvlllo radios were tuned In on the Hciiw "Hllmt- ijnlc" program broa<lcasl Mowlny iiisht when i>nt any, (7->'ei»r-olil sailor, formerly of Hlj'theville, ap- l-'caml on (h<> piograin hroiulcnst from New York. Tho son of Mv. nn c | Mrs. Arch t>rny, now of Bmtlcsvllle, Oltln., niul nephew of Mr. nlld Mrs. Ira t'ray, Mi. ami Mre . c . M Qroy „„,, Miss Mnry Ontluw, nil of Uiylhc- ylTO. (he snllor hoy "won Oils girl", to be ihc guest of Iho urogrjim sponsors for- an evening n t the /aijiDi) stork Cltilj In New York. Mr. oray i s n member of the Jiospllni corps [„ thc Navjl( nlul »»w Is iiiideigolnB Irnlnlns nt nninliildge, Md. At The .Hospitals . Blj'lliovllle Hospital ' Mrs. ITnrl Haker.'.cily. ! '' Mrs. Cnllle f,Ioore, Wilson Miss Ouida Hipp city ' Dismissed: , llobeti Williams, city, Walls Hospital Meredith Brandon. Flolland, Mo Teddy Whttworth, clly Dismissed: Mrs. Armp Campbell, 1 city Mrs. A. U Met calf, oily. Mrs. Lawrence Pool, city ' Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: ' Mrs. C. L. Cittt, Wilson Palsy Jones, Cooler, Mo Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. Jack Sailba, city. Chip Franklin, Steclc, Mo. Meetings Maid of Cotton Preparing For New York Trip MEMPHIS, Fob. 7. (UP)-Jennte -•He Cox, 1045 Maid of Collon, Is "usy today preparing for liur forthcoming trip lo New York ami then m Ihe nation's milliner camps u»st night, Miss Cox, a 19.year- old, Imiwii-lmli'crt lass from West 'aim, Miss., WHS selected from among 15 flnallsls \ji Mils year's contest. She WHS liilrodiicwl to n tiu- llonwidc radio audience by come- dlmi Hob Hope. Alternate maid Is Jane Urn-delta Anderson, of Jackson, Tonn., and second iilternnio | K Doris Jniilco Rogers, of Memphis. Miss cox will be iiiven special training prior lo a UO-dny lour of the country's big cities. There she will lake part in win- bond drives visit Army nnd Navy estiibHsh- mtnls nod, or course, suy ix kind word for icing cotlon whenever possible. The j'cBiilnr monthly meeting o Hie Mississippi County Medical As soclntlon will Iw held tonight 7'3 o'clock, at Hotel Noble, when' gei al business will be transacted. The Assoeintlon NOW has a men bcrshlp of 40. A stated mcctlnjf of Chickasniv • Lodge No. 13.1, P. ,t A. M. wl be held toniorrovv night 7-3 o clock, nt Ihe hall when the sec ond degree will be conferred was announced todny.by jj ' Aikcn, worshipful muster. —^"•••••••i CITZ Continuous Shows Every Day V liox Office Opens 1 :45 Shriw Starts 2:00 '"'*• LISTEN TO KLCN ! a.m. p.m. Wed., Thurs. & Frithty Ori s lro! Scre.n Nay b, Dtl-,., Do,!. . MutoT Humbert Creoled end Oiiecled by U ItOYftlMl pj-euaj by DEIMER DAVES Selected Short Sobjecl-: NO PASSES WILI, BE HONOnED BECAUSE PART OF THE PROFIT GOES TO THE ARMY ROXY Matlneea Sat & San Only Opens each night 6:45( starts T Opens Sunday 1:00; starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Bargain NJ«hl Every Night Eicept Saturday. No passes honored on Bandar »' the Roxy. Last Time Today DIXIE With Binif Crosby anil Dorothy Lamatir Sclccltd Short Sab/cct Thursday and Friday 3* Fox Drive Tops Ucruril llVILLK, flirt. (OPt—The 15 hunters who took purl in n Homer community fox drive broke the stale record by bnj'.glni! eljihl taxes In one day. . Day Of Prayer To Be Observed Here Feb. 16th The World lljiy of Prayer will be observed by churches In Hlythovllle as In nil other Christian luillonii on Friday, Fob. 10, It was announced today. Plans for observance- of this occasion were discussed nt 11 lufollng of tin; executive board of Ihe United Council of Church Women held Monday afternoon ill Klrsl I'rosby- tcvlnn church, wllh Mrs. James Hill Jr,, pn-aidenl, In chiirt'e. Services will bfi held nt 3:30 o clock In (ho uftcinoon at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, with women from all Prolcsliml chun-hcs In thu city lolniirllclimlo on the uro- Krom, details ,o( which will be announced Inter. Selected Short Sntjccf Lone Oak New* Members of Ihe Woman's Society of Christian Service of J.onc O.'ik Methodist Church met Thursday With Mrs. Jlnrlyn Webb, with six members present, . Following lhi> opening hymn, prayer wn» offered by Mrs. Tom lirlttaln. Subject of the le.v,on WHS "if Ups Would' ))<; Kinder", taught by Ihe .p res Id nit. closing pvuycr wns offered by, Mrs. J. \V. Winters The nyctloit :wjvs nn nll-dny nf- Y wllh a covered dish luncheon served nt Hie noon hour, Members will meet again tombr- Dell Members, of the Women's Missionary Society of Dell liaptba Church met M<md;iy afternoon, 2:JU o'clock, m uu chinch for a lioynl Service program. Aflcr Hi,, opening hymn, ihc dc- Yotlonnl from the 8th wmpn-r m i g c « »« presented by, Mrs, 0. A/ biimh. president of 'the jsbclety! ' acntence prayers then .were given by each of Ihc 10 women present. Taking part omthe program were 1 Mr,. Bobby Priest, «ho dlspussetfl .Home Missions' 1 ^ Mrs' ,Bculah" I ^ ,. , , 'Future or Home- MU- Molls ; Mrs. O, D. Magee, "The Season of Prayer and Gifts to Homo,Missions," ' ' [•" The program closed with.'prayer the Rev.' O. D. Magee. -i Pepsi-Cola Company, Aonj /ifuiuf City, N, Y., . lioiilot-i Peiisl-Coht Bottling; Co. of Blytheviile S|iic and Span Checks! Girls' Spring DRESSES 2.98 Checks arc all the rage in collon or rayon sharkskins! Solid eolore anil flornls, tool Toddlers" Dresses .. 1.98 Warm Clolh Front Styles BOYS' SWEATERS 2.98 Warm — and very stylish! Bright check and plaid cloth fronts, with knitted sleeves and backs. Sizes 8-16. Twills and Hertford Cords BOYS' NEW SLACKS In spring shades fl.98 Pleats, cuffs. C (o 18U If your wardrobe's wintcr.we.iry, here is just the antidote: 'Icy a dtsli of cheering color, underneath your winter coit! Brijjlit new frocks will take you springward; take you gaily on ihc way I o a season full of glamor; come and choose from this array! INTO THE TUB-AND ON A6AINI FRESH, SEERSUCKER DRESSES Nent ns a pin, nnd evcr-so serviceable! Timely tailored dresses, that never muss. Sizes 9-10, 12-11. Colorful TWO-PIECERS Smart suit-dresses — solid color Klnghain jackets tailored with slrlpcd skirt mntcrln). 9-15. Eyelet Cotton Comljinalion.s dlrltsh sweetness in their full col- ton skirts and fitted waklJlnes. Eyelet blouses. . Patch pockets! 4.98 Spring colors In these charming new novelty rayon failles. Neat bulton-down-ttie- front and tailored styles with harmonising embroidery on pockets.. Lent green, de'eo rose, navy and light blue.'Lovely to wear everywhere! 12 to «. Play and Shoes—Itolli Unrationed! Women's Durable Unrationed SHOES For Playtime In Springtime 2.98 There are the three popular styles ail women like—the sandal, the streamline 'pump, the sling back lie. Plastic laminated sole wears very well! Cork cushion platform for walking comfort. Gabardine.
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