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SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1949 BI,YTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS PAGE Amelia Saliba, Society Editor between the hours of 2 and 5 meet Mrs. Horowitz with out nformal Parly Honors Mrs. Morris Horowitz Mrs. Morris Horowitz of New Lonion, Conn., who Is visiting here I'lth her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Colen, was complimented yesterday afternoon with an Informal drop- in parly. Hoslesscs at Ihe affair were her daughter and Mrs. S. J. Cohen, at whose home the party was held. Approximately 30 guests called lo ol town guests being from Manila, Osceola, Luxora, and Portagcvllle, Mo. The dining table, from which refreshments were served, was covered with a Madcria cloth and held an attractive centerpiece of snapdragons In soft shades entcnningled with fern. Vases of jonquils and japonicas were used throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. M. L. Skaller presided at the table. • • * Bridge Club and Guests Meet with Mrs. McDaniel Mrs. w. T. McDaniel was hostess Yesterday when she entertained the Friday Contract Club and three guesU, Mrs. w. S. Johnston, Mrs. Boyle Henderson and Mrs. Vernon Bits of News K i .; Thomasson at her home «t V.-est Ash. 1030 In the afternoon when bridge was >layed, high score went to Mrs. 'George D. Pollock Jr., with second high being won by Mis. Whittaxer. Lloyd Hyacinths and other Spring flowers in pas'el shades were arranged in the roomn of the home Miss Blilie Sue Bulks, 1300 Hearn Street, is among (he 319 students at the Texas State College lor Women, named to the honor roll for Hie lull term. She Is Hie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. Guy Burks. S". pic. Thomas G. Taylor, son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor of Sleele, Mo., who has been in the Japanese Theater since Feb., 1947, recently spent a 10-day leave at Ihe Unr.cn K«nko Hotel, nt Yokohama, Japan. Pfc. Marty O. Lucy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tiieo n, Lucy of Armorel. has arrived in Japan, and Is an airplane mechanic on Johnson Air Force Base. Larry T. Moore Is attending the Mid-South Piano Scholarship Au- ' ditlon at the Gcodvv-n Institute in Memphis today. Raymond Zachry left yesterday for DeQueen, Ark', where he was called because of the serious illness ot his mother, Mrs. B. H. Zachry. Mrs. Leon H. Davis has returned from a two weeks vacation In New Orleans, La., where she visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ashley. Mrs. M. L. Crane and children. Mary Lynn and Marcus Lee. of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting here as guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Graham and family. Mrs. Crane Is the former Miss Kathe- Book Review Presented At R. H. Kirby Residence A review of Banle'x "Half I\H Hour" was presented by Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr. at yesterday afternoon's luncheon meeting of Chapter N, P.E.O.' Sisterhood held at the R. H. Kirby home. Hostess with Mrs. Kirby to the 12 members present was Mrs. W. H. Pease. A low silver console bowl filled I'ith floating 'gladioli florets, together with » low silver pitcher holding gladioli, formed an effective centerpiece for the luncheon table, \vhich was covered with an Imported clo'lh of linen and Venltun luce. A tall crystal vase of colorful gladioli also was used to decorate the living room where the members gathered following luncheon, tor a brief business session presided over !iy Mrs. J. W. Adams. Jr. Preceding her review of the piny rs. Huffman presented a brief etch of the playwright's life. u'here card games iven? played. Refreshments were served by the ostess. Mrs. Fowler Entertains C. B. C. Club and Guest Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler was hostess yesterday when she entertained the C. B. C. Club members at her home, 631 Walnut. Guest at the party was Mrs. J. D. Smith. Hyacinths and various potted plants were attractively arranged in the enlertaining rooms of the home. During the afternoon rook games, • blgh, score was won by Mrs. A. A. Hardy with Mrs. R. A. Copcland winning second high and Mrs. Ross Moore, rooko. . • Refreshments were served by the ^1 hostess following the games. ' rine Graham. Mrs. D. G. Moore of Blytheville lett early this week tor an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Neves at Providence, R. I. Mrs. J. A. Wrolen of Pine Bluff is spending the weekend here as guest ol Mrs. c. L. McWalcrs Jr. and family. She will be accompanied home by her Rranddaughter Margaret Wroten, who will be her guest for a week. Mr. and Mr.s. Janie.s Roy and son have moved into their new home on Holly Slreel. Lucy Caudlll, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John cauclill, Is able t be out following an Illness of measles. Mrs. Rozelle Hostess To Luxora Book Club LUXORA, Ark.. March 19—The Luxora Boole Club met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. A. B. Rozelle with 16 members attending. Following the business session, presided over by Mrs. Rozelle, president, the book. "White House Diary" by Mrs. Heneritta Nesbitt, was reviewed by Mrs. Charles Howard. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course after the program. * » • David Moody Is Host To Junior Boys Class The Junior Boys Class of the Nazarene Church were guests last night, when David Moody entertained at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Moody. There were 13 members, three visitors and the class teacher, Lawson Enderson, present. During the evening, games were played with prizes being won by Jimmie Rush, Bobby Stafford, Jackie Cook and David Moociy. Refreshments were served by the hosts mother following the games. essert Bridge Is Given F By Mrs, James C. Guard Mrs. Spencer Alexander was a guest yesterday at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard. 117 East Davis, when Mrs. Guard entertained the Friday Club members with n dessert bridge party. Mrs. Guard received high score in the orjdgc games played, with Mrs. Toby Long receiving second high and Mrs. James Roy, brldgo. The home was decorated with attractive arrangements of japonicas and primrose. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evans am daughter have moved into tHp home they recently completed on Willow Street. Condition of Mrs. Roy Nelson, wh was admitled to the Walls Hosplta Wednesday where she is undergo ing treatment, is slightly improved Mr. and Mrs, James C. Guar and daughter had as their gues' for several days, her brother. Tho mas Rowan and Donald Jolly Okolona, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanks wer In Memphis last night where they attended the caping exercise of the Methodist Hospital of which their daughter. Miss Jo Ann Shanks, was a member of the group who has completed six months nf training as a student nurse. Whitney Morgan, Jr., student, at Tulane University, New Orleans, La., also attended the exercise. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday W.S.C.S. of First M e I h o d i s I ihurch meeting in circle groups ! ircle 1. Mrs. John M. Miller, will Ir.s. J. C Droke and Mrs. Byroi loore as co-hostesses: Circle 2 Irs. E. J. Cure: Circle .1, Mrs. Floy< Vhile: Circle 4, Mrs. Toby Lou? Circle 5. Mrs. Fred Fleeman wltl Jrs. H. N. Whiti.i. co-iiostftot: Circl , Mrs Wallace Hoke, with Mrs, W Blytheville B.T.U. Group Attends State Convention Several Baptists from North Mls- sl|>pl County are among those at- IliiR Ihe Iwo-rtay Sl.itc Hnpil.sl 'rainiiiR Union Ceuvenllon in Lille Rock today. More Ihnn 2,000 wore expected a attend this third amdiil condition, and 10 out of slate speak* rs were scheduled lo appeal on he pruginin. A program personnel o[ 150 \vas nnnonnccd for the convinilton. with lie tlieme beinx "Fbutirt Pallhful." The Rev, Ralph W. Davis, stale raining union director, sairt Dial oday llicre are 619 churches In Ar;. nsns with a training union membership of 51,421. One plmse of the convention pvo- ftram is the stale speakers' lourna- uetil, the-lnlerinedlnle sword rirlll and the Junior memory mill. Mrs. Grady Macee was lo represent Mississippi County In v the .speaking tournament. Carey Rushing In the ntcrmedlate sword drill and Ocr- ald Brown In Die Junior memory drill cotUesl. Others attending from lllyihe- ville Included: '1'lie Rev. and Mrs. E. c. Brown, paslor o( the First Hrtpttsl church, ami (heir MUIS. Gerald uuil Don, Miss llim-l Hmn- nan, Fred Becker, the Uev. (;. j. RushhiK anil Carey Rushtun. Stanley Ingrain. Jlm'inlc CulbrrtMin, Nancy Jennings, Patsy Bartholomew. Emma Blanchard and Ernls- tlne Holl. A bus was chartrrrcl lo lake the county D. T. U. delrcatlon to the convention. * WE, THE WOMEN Housewife Has Plenty To Do Besides Chores Hv Kulh Mlllrll NKA Stuff Writer "What can « housewife do lo gain a fpellim Iliiil she is more than •Just n housewife 1 ?" n reader asks me. That Is a question thai keeps so many housewives unlmprilly searching tor »n answer they never seem la find. But actually why should R housewife feel called upon to Justify her exlstance beyond doing her Job RS well mill as happily us passible? Afler nil. women with other careers don't worry nbo\il being Just- "Just R nurse," They flRure thai if they do thrlr Job well they linve H right to be proud ol It ami of themselves. They don't seem lo feel c< cenlratliig hard on one Job ami upending most of their time at H makes Ihem dull or Is personally frustrating. ^ . So why should the housewife net it into her hi'nrf thai she neeils lo he "more Ihnu a housewife"? H she is nmklng a happy home for hci family she Is doing a Job any wo- mnn lias a rlnht to lip proud ol. As for glowing dull because her ^. Hollingsworlh and Mrs. Don Smith as co-hostesse.s. Calvary Y.W.A. meeting with Miss lamona England. Calvary W.M.U. meeting at church for all-day meeting. 10 a.m. Executive Board of Woman's Council of First Christian Church meeting with Mrs. Russell Hays, i:30 p.m. Miss Dorothy Jean Hipginson enertainins: members of the G.E.O. 31ub at her home complimenting Miss Ila Rogers, bride-elect. The Women of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Business Women's circle Four of the calvary Baptist Church will' meet, at the church at 7:30 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Charles Langston. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. LaNeuve Club meeting with Mrs. Colcman Stevens. Mr.s. Gene Teaford entertaining Tri-Tuwn Club. Mrs. Elwood Deen and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock entertaining complimenting Mrs. Utho ^Barnes at Hnmmock home, 8 p.m. r La Petite Club meeting with Mrs Phillips Robinson. Wednesday L.E.W. Bunco Club meeting with Mrs. Alvis Harris. K|ict>sg>a to Meet i c t u r 3MAHA, Neb., (U.P.)—The 6PE- ,|QSA believe In long range plan- fug. The organization. Society tor /reservation and Encouragement ,'if Barber Shop Quartet Singing In 'America. aVcady has chosen Omaha an its 1!ISO convention site. ob lies her down to pl«ln nonsense, '. Sflf-lniprovrlr.fllt Mufsn'l js' A honn']iiaker 1ms all UK;**.' lunlly In Ihe world (or \$ growlli. In fact, unless j>h:|* ilKlit ou IrnrnhiK through thj :he cnu'l keep up wllh her has lo krep up wllh her and ahead of her children It Isn't enough for a hi (o make a good home toils Ims (o keep looking to the • lor today's toddler is lonWp IrrmiRfr. And she wants lo h ' the trails of character she ', Ing lo encourgae 111 her rh'~ ; liall.s that will serve him an adolescent and What rlmllruiir ulatlng menially Hint? So why rton'l. we lull phriue "Just a housewife"- i' our thiDklng? Tho house' makos Ihe most of' lifr jo j aim a,s nit could be mrl t lo » wonjjA business oallhiR hcrspif e"—or fcellni; llki'< housewife," either. Holland News Mr. and Mrs. Lcc Yeagcr of Mem- Phis announce a baby boy born 'Hiesriay at Wail's hospital in Blytheville, weighing seven pounds. This Is their third child. Mr.s. Yca- ger was Miss Sybil Ilrackin before her marriage and attended school in Holland. Leslie Boyd, small son of Mr. mid Mrs. Hubert utley, Is better, having been ill for the past week with measles nlld chicken pox. Mr. mid Mrs, Hubert Bray of Kansas city, Mo., were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Roy Br»y and family over the week-end. Also visiting Ihe Roy Bray family were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bi'ay and three children of Jonesboro. Raymond Kenley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley, In In Orlando, la., for the winter. Mr. »nd Mrs. Albert Edwards and slighter, Patricia,.of Deeriug were unday visitors at Mr. unri Mrs. asll Edwards. and Mrs. Paul Casey and aughters, Karen Deanne and Rlla ane, o; Greenville, Miss., stopped ver Sunday at Mrs. Masey's par- nts, Mr. and Mfs. Garvin Wilson, n route home from Poplar Bluff rhere they had made a brief visit t Mr. Casey's mother'a who was At The Hospitals Wyllirvlllr HoMiUiil Dismissed: Marvin Hasl. city. Mis. H. N. Hill Si-., clly. Mrs. w, A. Stickmon. clly. Jlr« }lorlcn«! suitings. Sleele Mo. W«ll» llmplUl Dismissed: Mis. E«rt mil and baby. clly. Mrs. Dob Raybtiin. city. Baby Billy Wayne Benmfteld, m. the Holiday. HomeDemonstrofionC/ub Holds Regular Meeting The Double Bridges Home Demonstration Club met March H .^t the hcrne of Mrs. James Permenter with Mrs. Walter Permenter Jr. as co-hostess. Twelve members, one new member. Mr.s. K. W. Baker and one guest, Mrs. Jack Long attended the meeting. The meeting wos opened with the singing of "The Star Spangled Banner." after which Mrs. S. B. Ro- zclle led the group in prayer. Mrs. Hewitt Rogers, president, presided during the business session, at whic:i time reports were given by the officers and various committees. A demonstration on making metal trays was presented by Mi.ss Helen Wells. The meeting was closed with the reading nf the club creed by Mrs. H. P. Worsley. Refreshment.'; were served by the hostesses. New Liberty News Mr. anrl Mrs. Chester Moore and daughters, Rosalyn and Mary, of Houston, Miss., .spent the weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton ' Stephcnson. Thursday Mrs. Langston Ashford hostefts to members ol the Octette Club. Avalon Bunco Club meeting with Mis. Speck McGregor. Mrs. Russell Phillips entertaining Thursday Club. Blytheville Rook Club meetlnj wilh Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. Herman Hoffman entertaining G.N.B. Club. Twentieth Century Club meeting at Hut, 8 p.m. Hosts and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs, Dale Brigs, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hamock and Mr. anrl Kir.-. Rouse Harp. Mrs. Sanford Boone Vi\\\ be hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club. Friday Mrs. R. A. Copeland will entertain the C. B. c. Club at her home Mrs. Toby Long will be hoates! to the Friday Club. The Friday Contract Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs C. L. McWaters Jr. Brcnda and Buddie Long, chll dren of Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Long, are able to be out after an illness of measles, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Long spen '.he weekend in Greenville. Miss as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H, E. I/m; and family. Woody Woodruff of Memphis Tenn., was the weekend guest o relatives here. Mra. llntrr Ii Hivitrns The Town and Country club were entertained Wednesday nlghl nt Mr«. Lewis Hester's of west Holland with one guest Mrs. VIrRll lllley as fill-In for an absent member, first prize winner was Ihe hostess; second winner, Mrs. Clyde Smlthe, and low Mrs. ,jne Coleman. A St. Patrick Day motif was carried out in table rtrcorMlons. A cuke Iced in Rieen and green home made candy .iquarM wwe nerved *fler « n/ilad plate and coffee. Mnvir* 8bnwn at Sehnol nill Erlckson entertained (he pupils nf Holland School Friday afternoon with Kducallonal Movies. One movie "The New Soulh" depicts Ihe living condition and agriculture of the smilh lAday In comparison to (he south of ynlerday. The next picture WAS "Our Shrinking World." This portrayed to the students the advance made Ul tra- Mcthodists to Hear Church College Dr. Malt L. Kills, prcsldeii. Hendrlx College. C'omvny, ami I, leader for the North Arkansas Conference of Ihe. Mclhndt.si, chiuvli, will speak at the 11 u.ni. \vorslilp service tn the First, Melhoillsl : Church here. It WHS nnnounreil to- : flay by Hie jis.sloi', the Rev. Allen D. Stewart. The Hev. Mr. Stewart's sennnn subject tor tomnrrow night will be: "Why Are You?" Special music will be by Ihe members of the Senior Choir under the direction of Mr.s. J. Wilson Henry, director of music. ccompanylng them home. Also In I vel " n ° transportation thin short- lie Wilson home Sunday w»s tlielr on. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson Hid diumhler, Mary Louise, of Ca- uthcrsvllle. Mrs. Harley Holdman of Richmond. Mo.. Is here with her mother Mrs. Sam Workman who Is 111, Also with Mrs. Workman are Iwo other daughters Mr. John Azlbll of Rlsco and Mrs. Ira Zahner of Portageville. Mrs. Clarence utley-ls out again after several days of Illness «t her lome here. Mrs. Roy Frank Palmer «nd daughters, Lcisa day »nd Dlsnnr were In Memphis' Kennedy hospl- .al Saturday to see their husbarid and falher who Is recovering from an operation. Accompanying them were Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Kenley. Mr. Palmer was returned home Tuesday. enlng time necessary to (ravel from country lo country. The last movie .starred Frank Sinatra entitled "The House We Live In." This WR.S a lesson on religious tolerance. Extension Club Meel* Mrs. Hugo Ncal enlei talned lire Smith Holland Extension Club Thursday nt her home. There were .seven members present and Mrs. W. L. Meal enrolled for membership. Roll call was answered with "My Favorite Shrub" and Ihe ho.s- tes.s led the club' In reading "The Preamble," after which several jonjs were ming-. 1 A sandwich plate wts served with Cnca-Colas. Cadiz, Spain. WAS a Phoenician colony In the lllh Century, n. C., and wtv.s then known n.s Oades. 3, elty. Hob Rayburn, city. June Webb, clly. Shirley Ann nnlley, city. J. C. Marcus, Rt. 3, clly. i.iniK Srhiml for the lilyllu'- vllJf Aren will bi' held n(. the Mrs I MclliQillsl Cliuirli brclnnlllK Mon- liay al 1:HO p.m. ami closing t'rldny. Mrs. W. A. Woolen of the KlriiL Church here will teach I lie coursi '(•.iildiiiu 1'itmiiry Ohlldrrn unit Chrlsllati Oitiwth" for the prlmiiry workers niul pitrcnl.s D| Ihe children In the inSninry claw. Mis, Mnry Slllpp Sandcis of Hciilon. Tex., wl] lench the course, "auldlng the Junior C'lllldicn mill Chlislliin Orowlh." The ymms peoples clnss In Hie IIRP gninp. 1^-23, will lauglit by the Rev. Ocruge Htewait, of Ihe First Melliodlsl Church In Conway with his subject bcliiR, "Prrsona! Religious Living." "Clul.s- tlan Fdiicatlon In Ihe Church" will l>r IniiRhl by the Rev. Ullion^ Doil- KI-II, who Is Uu' dlslrlrl suprrln- tendcnt, of the Helena District. WSOS Rrnrxmlia T]ic Women's Missionary Society ]net Monday afternoon at two o'clock for reorganisation. There Mrs. Claujle Edwards of St. Louis *' ert IS n r<rsent nt the Royal Servis here visiling Mrs. Fern Coleman lce ' lro s rll nl and one visitor. Mrs. and olher relations Bennie Mooreland. The following The condition of Mrs. N. D De- ' °" lcc ™ wtre Installed: president, priest at Wall's hospital Is Improv- I Mr «- s " m Kenl «y; vi ce president. Ing. She hn.s been seriously ill with a throat infection and ft leg ailment. I Mrs. Connie Haye; secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Moneda Duvail; program chairman, Mrs. Manford Cohnon; mission study, Mrs. Juanlla Webb. Ferltraled clubj Meets Mrs. N. B. Proffer entertained the Federated Women's Club Wednesday night for their semi-monthly niccling. Twelve members were present for the evening and an out of town guest Mrs. Claude Edwards of St. Louis. The lesson was on household hints, each member bringing her favnrile "hint" before the club. Mrs. Proffer served an individual salad with four-leaf clover design decorating Ihe top; and green dollies, napkins and candied mints carried out the theme of THE WEAK Sponsored by rh« Mississippi County Drys NOW OPEN for Breakfast Lunch Dinner The next lime you eat out, try Lonnles Cafe You'll really enjoy the carefully cooked food, the clean, modern surroundings, the prompt, courteous service. Drive rioivn South Division for an extra-special treat In good eating ... try Lonnle's Cafe. Lonnie's Cafe South Hi way 61 Phone 9BG THE WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Main * DJvhion «( Crowtown Date S-T-R-E-T-C-H that D-O-L-L-A-R Weekly Budget vs. High Cost, of Living Mrs. Average Housewife 1313 Budget Street fl Blyihevilte, Arkansas Dear Madam: What you call save by using our service now. will help you buy thosr extras you want. That new dress or hat. Or maybe new household furnishings. Then too, it could be that vacation you can't afTord Yet with a little cleverness you can make one dollar equal two It lakes so little effort to put your daily washablcs Into some convenient container and drop It by our way You go out most every dav anv way. so why not make that lime pay. And another Ihing 'Those clothes will be ready tor you in 45 lo 90 minutes, or if dried In two or three hours. Yes, this Is a new service. Your clothes are washed In two separate wash waters. The first being warm soapy water and the second cither warm or hot soapy water as you desire Then follows three separate warm water rinses. 33 gals of water are used In the process tor each machine load. Yon can place Ihe clothes In the machines, or we will do It for vou at no extra cost. We also furnish Ihe soap, bleach and bluliiB free IT'S ALL FOR THE PRICE OF P. S. Ffjiure th« cost per pound. You can really saie. 35c per machine load up lo nine pounds In each machine. AND you can dry those clothes for only Ihc price of lOc per machine load. (MRS. THELMA MATHENEY) Is our new manager. * Yours truly, The Washorctte. Help Your Newspaper Boy DON'T MAKE HIM CALL BACK! H« has only 3 days to collect. . . beginning Saturdays and ending Tuesdays. CALL BACKS HURT HIM Since all weekly subscriptions are payable on Saturdays, please (ry to pay your carrier some lime between Saturday and Tuesday afternoon. 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