New* JBLYTREVILLE fARK.) COURIER NEWS Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4'iGl Blytheville DAC Group Atfends.State Meeting J The twenty-second annual State Assembly ol the Arkansas chapters of the Daughters of the American Colonists, held Tuesday In Little Bock, was the largest lh<j ;»Ute organization lias ever had, according to Mrs. James B. ClnrJt, »t»te regent. . Members ol the Blytheville Col. John Martin Chapter were hostesses at the Assembly which convened in the Rendezvous Room of Hotel Marion ai 9:30 o'clock Tuesday moniing and continued throughout the day. Mrs. H. W. Wylie, regent of the local chapter, gave the address of •welcome, greetings from the national chairman, Mrs. Charles H. Miller of Little Bock, were extended, and the visitors were welcomed to the city by Mayor Sam Wassell, who also was a guest of honor at the noon luncheon meeting. Miss WlUie Lawson of I-lttle Rock, formerly of Blytlievllle, made the principal address of the assembly during the afternoon session. Topic for her speech was "Women, Then, Now and Next". Mrs. Clark presided over the business sessions when substantiul contributions toward the organization's two major projects, the restoration of Tryon Palace at Ne\v Burn, N.G., and Midway Church In Georgia, were voted, as well as a. gift to the Red Cross drive which U now In progress. A rsport from the membership chairman also revealed that the Arkansas chapters have grown more during the past year than in nny of the 22 previous years of Its existence. The organization also pluccd Its stamp of approval on the eradication of communism in the United States, and stressed national defense in all its programs during the year. A complete review of the proper use of the flag wns present' ed by children of the James Mc- Outcheon Chapter in Little Rock, led by Franklin Yost. Mrs. Wylie also was Introduced u the Woman of the Year from Blytheville, and Mrs. E. M. Archer of Jonesboro, member of the Lieut. B&muel Cherry Chapter oi Little Rock, was introduced n.s Hie Woman of the Year as voted by tile Arkan»Bi Democrat. . The Blytheville chapter was hos- •tess at the luncheon meeting, held In the Colonial Room of Hotel Marlon, and attended by 76 guest*. The organization's colors, yellow anil blue, were effectively carried out In the table decorations where yellow flowers were used with blue candles and tiny handmade favors. The Thomas Concord Chapter Irom Payettevllle will entertain the Assembly nex t year In IJltle Rock. Members of the Blytheville chapter who were in Little Rock lor th« meeting were Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Wylie, Mrs. O. W. McCutclieii, Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. Stan Barton of Omaha, Neb. Dora Bernlcs Wylie and Sally McCutchen also attended as assembly pages. The Col. John Martin has gained fix new members during the past year; including Mrs. Ruth Mnrtln Tomlinson, Mr a . Charlotte Rebecca Binghaai, Mrs. Marion Williams Mrs. J. c. Ellis ST., Mrs. T. D. Rambo of Memphis, and Mrs. E. R Mason. Bead Courier News Want Ads Mrs. E. R. Lancashire Heads Chapter D of PEG Mrs. E. R. Lancashire will serve as president of Chapter u, P. E, O. Sisterhood, during the coining year, having been elected to that office at a recent meeting of the group at which Mra. W. I. Dentoti wa» hostess. Vice president will be Mrs. William Lawshe, recording secretary U Mrs. C. S. Lemons, Mrs. H. H. Hou- chlns was named corresponding secretary, Mrs. E, B. C3ee, chaplain and Mrs. James Roy,' guard. Mrs. Lancashire also was elected a delegate to the Supreme Chapter meeting to be held in Chicago In September, and as a delegate to the state meeting to be held next month In Payettevllle. Mrs. Denton had her guests for lunch st the Rustic Inn and following luncheon, they went to her home for their business session. The chapter colors of yellow and white were effectlvley carried out In the decoration of the U-shaped lunch- con table, where white stock and yellow lrl« w«r« uued. Sixteen members attended. Mrs. Adin Samson Complimented at Party .Mrs. Leonard Samson entertained yesterday afternoon at her home In Burdette complimenting Mrs. Arlln Samson, also of Burdett*. Twenty-three gue«t6 were Invited to the Samson home, which was attractively decorated with Spring flowers. Games were played during the afternoon with pri«s won by Mrs. Raymond Stanfleld, Mrs. Brwy Barnett and Mrs. Carl Roberts./Later the guests surprised the guest of honor with a shower. Mrs. Samson served refreshments of a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. Mrs. Gene Ellis Hostess To Eight at Bunco Party Mrs. Gene Elll» was hostess yesterday at her home to eight gueats when she entertained with a bunco party. day blooming potted plants were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the afternoon's gamea were played. Bunco prize was won by Mrs. Kelton Francis. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Gosnell Baptist WMU Hold Service Program Members of the Qosnell Baptist W, .M. U. met Tuesday night at the church for a Royal Service Program on the theme "Christ, the Answer to Racial Tension." Following the opening of the meet- Ing with repeating the Watchword, the devotional was given by Mrs. Mayine Moody, who also was In charge of the program. Assisting on [he program were Mrs. 0. A. Moody. Mrs. Robert Williams. Mrs. DcWItt VanCJeve. Mrs. Carlos Bcvlll. Mrs. c. T. Grimes, Mrs. Ira Jones, Mrs. C.erald Moody and Mrs. Edna Karnes. Following the program, members •surprised Mrs. Millie Griibbs ot the Woodland Corner Baptist Church, with a shower. Refreshments of cookies and Iced drinks were, served the 23 present. Mrs. Edward Scott of Bloomington, 111., will arrive Sunday to be the guest of her cousin, Mrs. J. W Adams and family. Monday Mm Scott, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., and Mrs. W. J. Pollard will leave for Natchez, Miss., where they will attend the Pilgrimage. They ..Iso plan to visit in New Orleans La., and liiloxl, Miss., before returning home. Mrs. May Hicks of Battle Creek Mich., arrived Sunday to spend several days as guest of Mr. and Mri E. M. Ri'genold at their home In Armorel. Today Mrs. Hicks and Mr«. Rcgcnold lelt for Venice, Fla., where they will spend several weeks. Mrs Reynold's son, John Ed Rcgenold who is a student at Kentucky Military Academy, Lyndon, Ky., also Is now in Venice where his schoo; maintains a winter school each year. Mrs. Ross Hughes, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and her guest. Mrs. H. H. Mott of Dallas, Texas, were in McmphLs yesterday where Mrs. Mott took a plane to Cincinnati. Ohio, following a visit here with Mr. and Mn Aflllck. Mr. and Mr«. Adolphe Heinicke returned yesterday afternoon from Memphis where they have been for the past two weeks while he was undergoing treatment at Baptist Hospital. Mr. Hclnlcke's condition now Is much improved. Miss Martha'Dale Dlxon attended the Pint; Rose Formal lost week at University of Arkansas, Payettevllle, as guest of her brother, Cullom Dixon. Mrs. Stan Burton of Omaha, Nebr,, is visiting here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCulchen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coenen, of Sayvllle, La., are the parents of a daughter boni yesterday at the Rtiy- vllle hospital. Their fourth child, the baby has not yet been named. Mrs. Coenen Is the former Miss Elizabeth Turck. daughter of Mrs Frank Turck of Blytheville. Pour Mississippi County students at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, have been listed by the dean of the college as honor students for the last semester of the current year. They include Benjamin J Allen, Paul Rlley Bujarskl, Bernard E. Bujarskl and Miss Bonnie Sue Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wllhlte of Anadarko, Okla., will leave tomorrow morning for Hot Springs, after a visit of several days here with relatives, They have been guests during their stay of hts sisters. Mrs O 0 Caudlll and Mr; Caudlll 'and Misses Cordelia and Josephine Wll- hlte, and his nephew, John Caudill and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer will cave tomorrow morning for Hot Springs where they will Join their son, w. L. Homer Jr., for the week- Mrs. Nelson Myers and daughter, Linda Jo, of Columbus, Miss arrived yesterday afternoon to spend p??™*,*" 11 " 1 as 8uests of her Par- Mrs. Charles Newcomb Is vlslt- ng In Galnsvllle, Qa., as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Etheridge Ben- lett, Mr. Bennett and their Infant • AT FITZPATRICK'S • Sterling Silver HOLLOWARE VALUES UP TO $9.98 Plus Fed. Tax —One Week Only!— 0 Jfered or, th» very special sale are beautiful sterling Ho?/ r 110 "" 6 L8mPS ' Sherb<t8 ' B ° n Bo™' « g ar e tU Holders, Comp^, Candle Sticks, and Salt and Pepper foxl,' V U C ^- SaVC W0re tha " half on n ' a »>- »f 'hese to s L r<K ^ P , ieCeS fW y ° Ur hon " ' ' - s ° "e sure to stop in this week. FITZPATRICK Jewelers 122 Weit Main Phone "/t Takes Only 3 Minutes to Open A Charge Account" Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday ^f^i.fl^P *™ S3 t the church, 7:3i Thurwliy the Friday Mrs. Harry Klrby ,nd Mrs, W. H Pease entertalnli member, of Chapter N, P. E. O. SlS^V^ a uncheon at Klrby home, ] p , The Past Matrons and Past Patron. club will me et at the Wo"« Cl«b at 7:30 o'clock, Tor cov- ™ /i" supper ' Hostesses; Mrs , CIa! « "f ethodist Church will Mrs. James C. duaid w i|) eute ,v Uln the Friday Club members. Mrs. Lendcnnle Fow| er W | U host«M to the C. B. a. Club. Mrs. idwards Entertains Dell WSCS Members Mra, R. o. Edwards entertained Tuesday night at her home /or 21 member, of the Dell Women's Society of Christian Service ttillowing the opening hymn, and h« devotion*!, bawd on John 15 toe president. Mrs. Mavis Scltlc- mlre, presided over a business session when Donna Kay Sanders. Infant daughter of Mrs. Helen Sander* was presented an honorary baby membership In the organic- lion. .i, 1 !* P ro * ram . "Human Values In the Labor Que*tion," WM In charge of Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. B A Oreenway. who were assisted' In presenting the program by Mrs J R. Gill, Mrs. Noble am. Mrs' diaries Kennett, and Mrs. Oral Honeycutt. During the social hour which followed the program, the hoste.w served refreshments. Gosnell Sophomores To Present Play P',^ entlteld "Here Comes , £« be P resen «c<l tonight t 7:45 oclock at Gosnell School under sponsorship o f (he Hich School sophomore class Patrlclpatlng In the play will be Laqulta Lollar. Robert Doyle, Wanda Grimes. Richard Hart. Sonnv Lucius, Betty Lou Price, Joan Caldwell and Earl Lee. daughter, Karon. Mr. and Msr. Marvin Nunn have returned horn a week's trip to Dallas and Houston, Texas. Miss Maxlne Hipp attended the Pink Rose Formal at University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle. last week- Mrs. C. K. Hendrickson and children, Connie, Cathy and David of Chester, Pa., will arrive Tuesday to Visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs Oeorge Muir, and her aunt Mrs H. H. Houchins and Mrs. Houchins They are coming by plane and will be met In Memphis by Mrs. Muir ind Mrs. Houchins. Mr. and Mrs. George Dlllahaunty ire the parents if a daughter born Wednesday at Memphis Methodist lospltal. The baby, their first child las not yet been named. Mr Dll- ahunty's mother, Mrs. G. W Dil- aliunty and his sister, Mrs. Fan-is \IcCalla, were In Memphis yesterday to be with Mrs. Dillahunty and the baby. CHECKED OUT FOR KA1N Tlie rahu came—bul tliey didn'l bother Iliis pretty miss. Sf.e it un- perlurbed httiu,e the it all tlirckrd nut tor r*ln in • rolton p!.id coal lhal .h«l. thowm. It i. Ztl.i Iruled to (ivc the f»hric > w.lrr repellent (Iniih, the N«tion«l Grtton Council njf. Miss Arkansas of 1949 To Be Picked in Capital LITTLE ROCK. March 17. (/P)— The 1S49 Miss Arkansas will lie chosen at the coliseum o[ the Arkansas Livestock Show grounds here June 22-23. Sponsoring committees discussed )lans for the affair here last night. :t will be the first time for the annual contest and pageant to be held In Little Hock. At The Hosmtals Walls Hospital dismissed: Mrs W. R. Ross, city. Lois Channel!, Holland. Mo. Mrs. James M. Baugham and baby, city. Osceofa News Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg and Miss nez Henson. students at Vander- >ilt University. Nashville, Tenn., arrived last night to spend the Spring holidays with their parents, >lr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Smith. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Nof Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have uflered real embarrassment be- ause their plate dropped, slipped r wabbled at just the wrong time. Do not live in fnar of this happen- ng to you. Just sprinkle a little "'ASTEETH. the alkaline (non-acid) owdcr. on your plates. Holds false eetli more firmly, so they feel more omfortnb'le. Does not sour. Checks plate odor" (denture breathi Get FASTEST!! at any drug store. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1949 FEINBERG'S Week-End Special First Quality Nylon Hose These first quality, 51 gaUK c nylons are lovely, sheer stockings in colors of JUisl Miigic, Mocha, and Si>viice I'ine. Sixes SVi to 10. Re sure to come in this week-end . . . you'll wmit several pair. WE, THE WOMEN ' Home Is No Assembly Line, But Place to Relax and Live By Ruth Millett NKA SUH Wrllti Here's expression of a certain inai'cullite attitude that I know most of my women readers have encountered. "Most of our housewives are so wasteful of their time and energy that no modern Industrial concern In Its right mind would want them on the payroll," sneers an industrial engineer In a recent magazine rticle gallantly titled: Vour Wife Be Fired?" "Should Well, Mr. Efficiency Expert, the housewife may run around In unnecessary circles, wool-gather, and •top In the middle of one Job to •un to another, as you charge, but remember, please, tlmt all the while she Is doing her housework she Is nore, much more than a housekeeper. If she's dusting when Johnny falls out ot the apple tree or when Susie spills a glass of milk on the dining room rug she may not get back to her dusting for awhile. But the circles she runs around In bandaging Johnny or trying to de-spot the rug aren't unnecessary circles They're Just part ol the day's routine. And if she wool-gathers while she works, consider what she has on her mind—a family as well as a job. Maybe she has hud a fight with her husband and is feeling pretty low about that. Or, perhaps she Is trying to figure out how to handle some problem that has one of the children upset, or maybe her sturdy oak has confided things aren't going well at the office and, though she kept her chin up while she was encouraging him. she's plenty worried and scared herself. ~ , ax om* mi i)< c r Then there are all those outside demands on her time because she » Just a housewife" and nobody thinks her time Is valuable y The church wants her 'to bake cookies for a sale. The schoo) wants her to get to a PTA meeting, and If she doesn't make It Johnny's classroom won't be 100 pet- cent. There's a peddler at the door and the telephone Is ringing because someone wants to know If she has her radio turned on and what station 1» she listening to, ple Hr , Her mf * t00 ' thnt tlle house- f T" y>s fllln e s >' stf ™- eterlla , ly clut(ered cuere with such admonitions as, "Don't forget to send my gray 3U It to the " Rem!n<1 »« to take niy money to school tomor- ' better get someone pf tix that '^ *"'«t," etc. The homemaker not only does- n t have a secretary to take details off her mind, she Is expected to remember for the whole famllv. And. even If she docs happen to be a model of efficiency herself, he housewife can't force her family into co-operating with her. Not and Keep her home Cf ' . the easy-going of n n' la v,'hf ° f 'i ably ' •* thc on why the housewife's wav Z" £ '! h ° USC ls wlthoilt factorv- Mwit *?J Cy and mriy seem P°s- tively scatter-brained to an effic- «£• "P"'- The one aim of a factory Is production, getting the work done. The on* aim of a^ome Is to provide a pl ace whcre B f ™"]« can live and enjoy life In a relaxed happy atmosphere. '<"«ea, Criminal Coses To Be Heard in Osceola District Circuit Court for the Osceoln District cf Mississippi County will be convened Monday in Osceola by Circuit Judge Charles W. Light of Paragould for the trial of criminal cases with several cases on the docket, it was disclosed today. The list of petit Jurors for the March term was announced yesterday. 'Die list includes the following names: James Woodard, V. J. Ashey. W. T. Crews, A. G. Bostlc, Hiram Alexander, and Jimmie Davis, ill of Osceola; Bowen Thompson, H. 2. Wright, Ambrose Teaford, and Seven Greecy, all of Luxora; Albeit Greenwell and Dwight Anderson of Wilson; J. F. Dickson and E. B. 3hile.5, Jr., of joiner; J. W. Hall, C. ?. Ford, Paul Annabel], Melvin Barber, Harold Cook, and Kay Bran.5- lord, all of Reiser; Prank A. Be'l I of West Ridge. Barney r> A 'i ern »I. eS ~ V - E ' Harlan ' J- A. Crostwalthe, Loyu shclton _, ^ Craig, Roy Poag and William Bard Edrington, all or Osceola; w R Tate, Murray Richardson and T W iMarkham, all of Luxora; Billy 'j oe Denton of Wilson, Ed Mitchell of Manila and W. O. Frashier of Victoria. The Jurors were selected by C. C. Danehower and Robert Crews Jr of Osceola, and H. P. Dunavant of KeLser. Jury commissioners appointed at the last term of court, Court will convene at 9 a.m Need tor Visual Aid Equipment at Central Ward School Stretted The need for a visual aid macliln for use In Central Ward School wi stressed at yesterday afterno meeting of members of Centr Ward Parent Teachers Assoclatlo held at First Baptist Church Miss Winnie Virgil Turner supervisor of elementary schoolij spoto on the topic, "Visual Afdi and showed a picture on how (hi machine was used, and W. B Ni c holson, «uperlnt«ndent of the BIT thevlUc schools, also spoke empbaii ing the need of the machine. . Members of the organliation theJ voted to begin the project of heir, Ing to obtain the machine for us in the school, despite the fact tha. they already bad completed theil previous projecls for the year, thf installation ol a bell in the schoiJ and the furnishing of a teacher 1 ] lounge. 1 New officers were elected durlnl the business session which was prel sided over by Mrs. Hugh VVhIUit retfrng pre.sdent. Incomng pre; dent will be Mrs. J. E. Stevens< Jr., vice president will be Mrs I! Cure, historian, Mrs. Alex Sheit, and treasurer, Mrs. Leonard Jalml son. Other officers elected last fol a. two-year term, will serve durinj the next school year. 1 Pupils ol Miss Sunshine Swiff] fifth grade, under direction of Mr? Ralph Berryman, presented an Irish skit and sang several songs durini the program hour, and mothers ol the third grade students served re} IreshmenLs a( , the close of thd meeting. Two Manila Men Post Bonds on Federal Chorees Elbert Lomajr, M, and Tros Blackwood. 36. both of Manila ar« free today under »2,000 bonds each on federal charges of violation ol the Dyer Act. The tv,-o men posted bonds yesterday after being araigned before United states Commissioner Clara B rowel er In Jonesboro yesterday on charges of Inter-state transportation of stolen property. The two men were arrested Sat-i urclay along with Charles Justice,! 25. also of Manila, and charged! with the theft of three IMS model Chevrolet automobiles which were later sold to a used car dealer In I Memphis. I Dyer Act charges were to be filed agninst Justice by federal authorities In Jonesboro today. He was I moved from the county Jail here to Jonesboro this morning. "Old at 40,50,60?" \l all drug stores everywhere.—In Blytheville, at Kirby i Woods Drag. 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