The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 4, 1946
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; PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS iss George Hostess o Sorority i 'Guests 'Miss Betsy Buchanan and Miss Almeda Berry presented a program on -Music" last night for jn«rrrt*rs oT (he Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma- Phi and (heir guestf! when Miss Eva George entertained at her home in Luxora.-" Miss Buchanan gave Hie fust |>art of the program .on 'The Development ol' Millie." She' pointed Miss Kay McDwain Will Be June Bride Foretelling a June wedding of social .Interest is announcement of <8t art to progress because of the lEuny years man did not Know how tty record his musical sensations. ' 'Klusic was heard but.not under- •iood.ftiid even now music "is some: tlJnes lost because,: men-can sin* Bly _ f terenl Instruments. fiss.JJerry discussed "Music- as aii Inspiration" and pointed out *e effects lt< had- on- human. emo- tjms. sKeVJold :of types of music ittw '-beine ^-jised for those .witn inind afflictions; of its -soothing dualities and effects on the moods. •Miss Eutopiu Whitworth als< .-Soke briefly;op the art. .pointing itRt that music in most countries i? connected with-religion. This is 5cRUSM>nm.Htve" inan had feelings '•* could not explain and fount Nat music helped." she said. Am ~nm this beginning grew the idea music 'and rpliirloiis. Wa Measles Cases On The Increase In This State LITTLE; ROCK, Ark., April 4. (Ul>)—More than 200 new cases diseases the engagement of Miss Kay McIwain of Blytheville. daughter of Vlr. and Mis. J. ^W. Mcllwnln.of Vest Ilelena, Ark., to James'of measles were reported, 1% Ar- Robcrt Reeder, son of Mrs. Jesse kansas last week, bringing tiic ui- (eeder. . , | tal for the first 13 weeks of low The wedding Is to be solemnized to 1137 cases—nciirly five limes the une 1 at the home of Mr. r.ncl number for the same <lale last year. Mr*. 'Clarence Moore, where Mi'. | Officials of the • State Health Reader's mother became tho bride Dejiintiticnt snld there were 1(J(1 if ills father June 1, 1910. Mr.{coses or measles In the slate the ieeder Is a cousin to Mr, Moore. Miss Mcllwoln was graduated rom Woodruff High School in West Helena nnd has been making icr home here for the past several vcnrs. having been employed at Farmers Bank and Trust company | he past, three years. She is n member pf Beta Sigma ( Phi Sorority and served tho 13-15- 'seven in Hot Springs Country--rals- 46 term as president of the or-^ed the year's total to 120, exacllj ganlzatlon. , 'double the figure for the same Mr.' Recder «as graduated from period In 1945. BlyihDvlllc! High School and served ( Two new cases of pollnmyellli' foilr years as an officer in the Tn- i^ pul£|'<] county aent the tola fanlry. Much of the time was i 0 ]3 for thu 13-week period. There spent in Icc/lund. were six rases in Arkansas for the He Is a member of Ihe Junior same''period Insl ycur. Chamber- of Commerce, American, "fjhc depart ment reported two Legion and other organizations. He cases of .typhoid last, week, both In is connected with Arkansas-Mis-. Washington County. They bring previous week. . Other communicable' ccnljnilcd to rise, Ten new ciises of ; diphtheria— nine of iheni in Pulaskl county— brought the total to-119 for the year, as compared to 91 the same IH?rlod last year. Fifteen new CIISCK- of liialnriii'— Bits of News Mostly Personal \ It's a 'Dream Boat'—So Far PMiss Berry also led the discus H>n 'of" composers and musicians Sio had made music not a luxury i*r the few . but available Iff all (*ople. , • "Miss Dorothy Cross played a plait solo! ; '0iare'"de Lime. " ^During the business .session, which Biss Kay Mcllwain, president, con- Dieted,, plans _were made for the •arority atTendlng church" In a body ilH-il I*.-They plan to attend First WesViylerUn 'church. iiThft''-. group also discussed the 'rounder's Day" program and ban- Jttet, to be April .30. at the Colo- Sal Hoqm of Hotel Noble, and the tea -for rushces, scheduled for April 3- , ..Reports were made 1 by the secretaries- and treasurer, ^During the social hour following 35e program, concluded wllh the »iosiiig ritual of the sorority. Miss S-oss and'Mra.> Ted 'Lyster present- Kl plant) numbers. ^Forming n setting . for -members iw\d guests. Miss Eva Williams. Miss Eanaoria—Whitworth. Miss Carolyn JZcLeod. Miss Iva Louise. Seay, U'.ss.liis : Hughes and' Miss Emily Wlxsoiv, -.were arrangements of Staling ~tl6ftcrs. Centering .the aiiets was a blue vase of pink and sallow tulips with "spiraea on a •jmall table in the living, room, 'JpThe" hairtess.'V assisted^'by t,N|5S 'IJiceUSalUia, served refreshments S iced' drmVis...with.'"n; salad., saiid- •che* and other party foods. • The" soronly'-was -presented a Box of candy by Miss Mcllwain to Umouncg her engagement to Hob- •tt Reeder. It is ,« tradition to (pfesent sister-members >n box of (Sndy lo announce tin engagement or marriage. sour) power Corporation. * + • Bridge Club Guests Of Mrs. C. Modinger Mrs. Cornelius Modinger was hos- less yesterday afternoon to meni- lers of the Town and Country Bridge Club nnd three other guests, Sirs. \V. M. McKenzle. Mrs. Edwin iobinson and Mrs. James Hill Jr. In afternoon bridge games, high score prize went to Mrs. Robinson Hid second high to Mrs. James B. ilark'. Spring flowers decorated the Mo- dinger' home. Refreshments were served during games. h c year's total to 10 cases—two noru thrni the eight lust year at the same time. Meetings Ghlckasnwba !-o<lBe, 134, P ami AM, meeting in special communication tonight nt (he hall, 7:30 o'clock, nl which time the work will be In the [ellowcraff degree; H. R. AlKcn, worshipful muster. Tut-Tut! Program To Be Given There will be an "all fool's" pro- rmn tomorrow afternoon. 4:15 o'clock, at the "Y" for all junloi members of (he organisation. This i icludes members from the first through the !2th grade and adults are also invited. The program is n "big secret" which will not be disclosed until it is presented. Winners in the doll dressing and bird building contcsls will be announced and prizes awarded, and certificates of award will be given winners of the Spring tournament. PaVty Mrs.'L. A. Taft was hostess last gilt with'a shower honoring Mrs. Crump. , Quests spent the evening playing games. Refreshments of sandwiches with cold drinks were served. llennon Corllon has recovered ficun n v/eek's Illness of malaria., Wilkird Montgomery has arrived hen; to make his home after re- ecivltiK a discharge from the Calvary at Fort Bennhlg, Gu. Among 1 the out-of-town guests to lie here tomorrow for the wedding of Miss Veri)» Wheat to Harold Wood are Mrs. R. C. Ma- loiu' of race. Miss.; Mrs. R. J. Glaze of Memphis; Mr.' and Mrs. llfimnn Rimer of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. John Fletclier Jr., of Memphis; Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and son, Hugh Nelson Thompson of Cleveland, Miss. Mrs. Hei'mon c&rlton. has rc» turned home from Memphis where j;he has been the past several davs with her mother, Mrs. Ray Worth- Inglon, a patient ut Memphis Bap- 'llst Hospital following a major operation. Mm. Worthlngton'scon- dilion Is satisfactory and It Is expected she will he ahte to come home noon. Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson ol Cleveland, Miss., arrived last night ,for u visit with relatives and friends 'MIS. Thompson, who formerly lived In nivlhevillc, is to visit Mrs. J. D McGill and family; her sister. Mrs Samuel P. Horrid, and family, th Earl Buckley family and others. Mrs. C. VV. Alford left.this afternoon for Franklin. Term., after having been called there because o the critical Illness of her aunt, Mrs William Parks. She will be Joinec in Memphis by her sister, Mrs Oann Gluson of SI. Louis, and he brother. Robert Shirley of Moun Vernon. III. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin Is under going treatment at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Russell Phillips is under iioing routine treatment at Blythe vi]lo Hospital for several days. Condition of Abncr Ashcraft, critically injured in a Highway 61 accident 10 days ago. remained fail- today. He is at Walls Hospital, Harold Nunn Ls undergoing routine treatment at Blytheville Hospital. Condition of George P. Smith remained critical today. Long 111. he K at Blytheville Hospital. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1046 VFW™To Hove Party There will be ail "open house" tonight for members pf the local Veterans of Forcit'll Will's Post aiKl their quests cjnen only) 8 o'clock, •jfllie Armory Hull. K'frpsliments will bo served. looking forward to the time when the U. S. will have a modern and adequate merchant marine, designers are going to town on conceptions of the "ships of tomorrow." The one sketched above, e. jel-lurbme propelled floating palace of aluminum, plastics, glats, automatic navigation and elco (v\ Ironies, with CO to 70-knot speed, is said to be a possibility within the next 10 years.y^^—-• I.OKKXH'S BEAUTY SHOP I'ilii W. Main Street VICONH 2812 Ujiciic Hamilton Ocorgla Hudson Arkansas Board Grants Paroles To 26 Convicts LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 4. ,UP»—A total of 20 convicts bave icon granted paroles by the Arkanas Board of Pardons, Paroles and •'urloughs, itnd furloughs have been ecojnmendcd to Oov. Ben Lanev r 14. The board, meeting here yesterday, also extended tin. 1 10-day fur- ough of Dr. C. C. Morton, .serving x 12-year sentence on conviction ol' Difrgliiry In Saline County, .so hi?an continue medical treatment. Among applications refused by the joard was one of Tee Davis for an agricultural furlough. ton Oil Mill, from working during i strike on Dec. 2C. In (heir a p- jieal, the attorneys cited more than 2Q Instances in which the court allegedly erred In its rulings. lece of Chicago, assistant to the president, of the National Safety Council, in laying blame for the Uarming increase in highway accidents. I'edcstriuns Like Ani^rchists BOULDER, Col. (UP)—"Anarchy 1 was the word used by Lew E, Wai"Discard HarsHaxate' • Say happy Ex-Sufferers! , Famous Cereal ' JL ' Brings Relief to Millions! Constipated? Harsh druga get you down? KELLOGG'S ALL- HHAN gets at the common cnuse , of much constipation—lack of bulk Davis, a West Memi/;;is Negro i j n the diet. If you suffer from this serving a 10-year senlencejifler con- I f ovm o f constipation, eat a Uish of KE'LLOCG'S ALL-BRAN every Ony and drink plenty of water. If veil <lo this ret'ularly, you may never have to take another laxative for- the rest of your life 1 — KVLLOGWSALL-URANisnot viqtion in Crittenden County on charges of assault with intent to kill, was described by his neighbors as "a mean Negro." Deputy SheriH Harold Weaver, of Edmondston WPS injured by the blast from a shotgun when he attempted to enter Davis' home in search of another Negro. To ForsytKs Coming Events FRIDAY f.Friends here will be interested to Friday Rook cjlub meeting with [earn that : Baker First Class and , Mi's. Cornelius Schercr. Mrs Clifton Foi^yth are parents-of Mrs Bonnie Shiitloy hostess I o ^"on DOi'h yesterday at Memphis Initial Club at the home of Mrs. ethpdist-'llospital. He has been armed-.Rl9hard Gale. . ' . Forsyth is the former Miss roBaker Forsytlv stationed at.San Diego, isrthe p son>of ;Mi"- and H Mrs. fed ^orsytir.oi'' Blytheville.' H- isiil reporl back to San Diego Sutur- Sny after liaving -been..-granted an {jjitciTsiBT;" on_"Jis ( _leave.'-^-- - .Club Is Entertained '-Mrs.-'Fwerett B. Gee played bridge Jbstsftiay 'afternoon with members M Wednesday Bridge Club wlwn Mrs—W™H—.Mlnyard *'as hostess frtth a luuclieon. "The luncheon table was centered iidth^^iii^ arrangement of white iris inid s|«rea. rwhtn bridge was played, high Sore prize went to Mrs. W. J. Pollard and second to Mrs. Gee. Herman May. Dorcas Sunday School class of First Baptist Church meeting at the church with hostesses, Mrs. Charles Newcomb and Mrs. W. A. Maxwell. Mrs. Freeman Robinson hostess to Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood. Junior Fellowship Group of First Methodist Church meeting at the churchi 3:45 o'clock. Pathfinder Class of First Methodist Church meeting at the churcn for a box supjici'. 1:30 o'clock. PrcslJcnl Truman stuck his nccU out 9i the recent Jackson Day dinner in Washington ami sjjr- torinl purists promptly started swinging at it. The President, as seen above, wore a silvcr- slripeci lie wilh his dinner jacket in?lond of the conventional plain black bow. Shocked eyebrows went up, then came down in con- lemnnlory frowns. "Faux pas if Ihc scafon." "Absolutely in- oncct; 100 per cent wrong." 'Most unusual." These were icai o( the fashion experts' pained comments. Read Courier News Want Ads. At TK« Honnital* Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. w. D. Chamblin. city. .lorry Lynn MEthis. city. Silencer Kesler, Rt. 1, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Benny Oilmore. . Stccle,. Mo., n daughter, Insl night. ••• ','i. i\ •: >•: :, Hlytheville^UO^Pitar* Admitted: Lorlni; Dunn. city. Mrs. Russell Phillip!. c il S r Harold Nunn. city. Dismissed: Mrs. J. E. Norwood, city. Peggy Domar. Steelo. Mo. Mrs. .1 B. Clause and baby, city David Lee Williamson, Dell. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Dtrn Smith, Owner Ingram Bids. Phone 32H Negro CIO Members Ask For New Trial LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. April -1 (UPj —Attorneys for Roy Cole, Louis Jones and Jessie Bean, Negro CIO members sentenced to one year in prison in violation of the state's anti-violence law, have liled motions for n new trial In Pulaski circuit court. Tile court customarily overrules such mations nnci grants an appeal to Arkansas Supreme Court -'Tlie three Negroes were conviete-( March 19 of using "force" or "violence" to prevent Otha Williams. : Negro employe oi the Southern Cot Order Your New Eicctrolux Cleaner Today For Preferred Delivery It's the New Clean- tr that docs everything easily and efficiently. You've waited for it. Now you can set it. Just Phone 2650 It. M. Graves, Local Manager a purgative! It's a gentle-acting, rcguibtine food . . . milled extra- fine for golden softness. agpMtMo More Nutritious Than Whole Wheat ALL-BRAN, made from the vital outer layers of finest wheat, contains a concentration of protective food elements fount! in this praiu. One ounje of KELLOGCI'S /.LL-DRAff provides over 1/3 of your minimum daily need for iron —to help make good, red blood. Calcium and phosphorus—to help build bones and teeth. Whole-grain vitamins — to help gTiard against deficiencies. Protein—to help build body tissue essential to growth. Got/I/^-/J ff .4 iV at your grocer's. Made by Kellogs'a of Battle_Creelc and Omaha. xWo'Uvu;- r <2/rld/Tv!> CREAM OF CLEANSING ROSES CREAM A pr*tty compliment lo any wom=n- A fr*shj gloving complex!en ... ic'l «nd car*nobl« UtKe thing lhaTliohls admiration in other eye*. Be ff«h ol woe, noon w fivs- Juil cleanse yoyr skin nightly and ol daily picV-rre-upi >yhh cracmy Dorothy Peiltins Crecr^ of Rose*. ?5c, $1-50 and $2.50 Exclusively at PENNEY'S I PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound 89c Hatfatem 8»t A Son. Onlj Box Once Opens «:J»; 8h«w 8t»rt» »:ti r. M. Kacb Eveninc Opcni Snodar 1:M; SUrU 1:15 OoUuMttt Showi B»t. and Hmn. Bar(>la Nlrtt Ererr Nl(>>t Xxeept SatonUT. N» *•••• bMored »n SandaT al $1.00 CARDUI 79c OWEN'S REXALL STORE Formerly Robinson Drug Co. Railnmd anil Main Sts. Phones 202<l and 202f» Just Received Large Shipment of PARKER 51 Fountain Pens and Pencils Gold Fountain Pen, plus tax ' $15.00 Gold Pen, Pencil Set, plus tax 22.50 l.ustrolay Fountain Pen, no tax 12.50 Lustrolay Pen, Pencil Set, no tax 17.50 in Tabs 1- grain, 100 to bottle .19 DDT l/ai/. I • Concentrate Makes 5 gallons $4.79 Bov Office Opens !••*> $ho* St*ns 2:90 LISTBN TO KLCN > *_«, 1>:«,1 o.M «:>• < » Thursday and Friday -* «C Thursday and Friday DOUBLE'FEATURE Paillette 6QDOARD Sonny TOFTS - River Gang with Gterla Inn and .lohn Qunlin Local Studio Portrait Wins Photographers Ass'n Acclaim The above i>ir(urn of I'.imcb Crndon w:i^ oxhibitoU nl the rfccnt Missouri Plioloi;- rnphcrs Ass'n. mecliiit; tu SI. ixmis aiul rccrlvrrt very fnvoniblc comment. It is a Munplc of tin- line work being done in' Ibis local studio by Miss May Nelson, Owner uml Operator ol THE MODEL STUDIO Photo Port rails Our Specialty Phone 2702 -m \Veal, Main St. KLEENEX Limit 1 box to a Customer 13c Toilet TISSUE s In roll, II ) ;i custom 29c 2000 \liocts In roll, limit I roll In :i customer T Ib. S.M.A. BABY FOOD 98c $1 Zyrone Vitamin Tonic 79c EASTER CANDIES Pangburns $1.10 to $5.00 Kings $1,25 to $5.00 Nunnally's $1.10 to $5.00 75c Bayer Aspirin 59c $1 Drene Shampoo 89c 2 Tubes Pepsodent Tooth Paste, 5Qc yal 29c $1 Mar-O-Oil Shampoo 79c 50c Lyons Tooth Powder 29c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 39c • Complete Assortment Lord Baltimore Stationery 5Qcto$1.50 75c Listerine 59c Mi-51 Mouth Wash, Pt 49c Hinds Lotion and Facial Cream, 75c val 49c Evening in Paris PERFUME 60c to $2.25 iO BE- IN tVfRV HOWf una uuimo on n*t f ff^ r * (Dcjlct'i Kane Mat N*. 13

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