The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 11, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 19-16 PTA Fathers' Night Ls At Sudbury School "Molding character" .J. Deer's subject last was Philip night . -lie spoke to 175 members of Sud- tury Parent Teacher Association, ;"who gathered at "the school in 'observance of Fathers' Night. Another speaker was the Rev. S. B. Wilford, pnstor of First Meth- 'odist Church, whose subject was. ...'•You Caiyt I-eact Where You Will 'Not Go." '~ Mr. Deer, supervisor of Mississippi County Schools, explained to the group that the parent has a 'great, responsibility in molding his ^child's character. He compared children who had good parent leadership and Ihosc who did not. The Re.v. , Mr. Wilford's subject Iwas on the same line and he i>otnt- ed out' that the parent, could not lead his child In the right way .if ho <il<l not' live in the right way. -In many cases, he said,- the parent •tries to make his child stroiiB of character even' though he ctoes not Jive a good clean spl'ituol life. • •' Supper wfls served buffet style in -the lunch room and following siip- 'per the group went to the main au^ ! ditorium for group singing and the ^lORi-fim. Mrs. Ralph Berryman led singing. ^ Mrs. Roy Wood read the • dent's message, "Where There Is "Faith." ~. Girl scouts of the Sudbury Troop "assisted in serving. • » • ' ' Fowlstons Will Present Chinese Music Program Mr. and Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlslon . will present a program of Chinese muslc^Saturday afternoon. 3 o'clock, at First ; Methodist Church. . Sponsored by the American Asso.". cia(ion of University Women, the' public is invited to attend, it was ."announced by Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz, ^president. .. The Association has been studying ~-"Lifu'in China" this -year and this ~is one of a series of programs prc- ^.sentcd on the country, its people .and customs. Mrs. Baggelt To Head Auxiliary 5th District Mrs. C. S. Baggett was elected president of the Fifth District division of the American Lefflon Auxiliary yesterday at a convention in Welner. Mrs. Esther Bowen of Jqnesboro " :Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen •Has Club, Two Guests "„ Mrs."'JJcnyy Humphreys and Mrs. -W. M. McKenzie played bridge yes. terday-afternoon witli members of ..the -Town and Country Club when : Mrs. b. \V. McCutchen was hostess "at her home, 716 West Main Street. '_ Forming a setting for the group i-wcve arrangements of flowers. y Mrs._Prtedi-Ruihevfoid was awnrd- ;.;*d,-high •sf'pre! prize .in nttcrnpoi '.'feames; ami'second high went to Mrs. Humphrey. ( ' Refreshments were served dm- games. - Is to serve as vice president of the organization.^ Mrs. J. p. Atkins of HaiTisburu, Ark., retiring Fifth District president, was elected delegate lo (he National Convention, to be held next Fall... Principal speaker was Mrs. O. M. Att»way of El Dorndo, department i)re£idenl. Attending the district convention from Blythevllle were Mrs. Baggett, Mrs. Norvllle-Humphrey,. Mrs. Edna.Hussel 1, Mrs. Love B. Adams a.nd Mrs. Ed Cook. Towns represented were Elylhe- ville.. Harrisburg, Tmman, Welner and Jonesboro. Mrs. Bnggett Is n past president or the local Auxiliary Chapter and now holds the office of reporter. She Is a faculty member at Clos- nell Schoi;. Mts, R. F. Kirshner Presents PEO Program "Russian Art and Hellxion" was the topic discussed yesterday by Mrs. R. P. Kirshner at (he Chapter D, P. B. O. Sisterhood meeting nt he home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Thc program oh Russia's contrl- lullon in art nnd religion .was prepared by Mrs. W. I. Denton. A guest In addition to the 13 members present for (he occasion, was \Jrs. C. P. Ranibo. The Conwny home, 801 West Main Street, was decorated with bouquets if Spring (lowers, which also ileco-' rated the dining room table from which a dessert course was served. Presiding at the table were Mrs. C. W. Affllck nnd Mrs. M. O. Usrey. • » 4 Mrs. Taylor Hostess To Her Club, Guests Mrs. Jesse Tiiylpr was hostess yesterday afternoon to members he Tuesday Bridge Club, all of whom were present, nnd Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Jonesboro of Mrs. Riley B. Jones of Manila. During afternoon bridge games high, score prize went to Mrs. Mur•ay Smart and second high to Mrs Mrs. Pollard Hostess To Club and Guests When Mrs, W. .1. Pollard entertained thc Wednesday Bridge Club this week she used unusual arrangements of flowers featuring Talisman roses for decorations. A shallow crystal bowl of full- blown roses and blue iris heads formed the centerpiece of the din- Ing room table at which the eight present were served lunch. . A crystal cpcrgne held clusters o( the roses with punsles and narcissi floating In the base. Tills bouquet was In the living room, where the guests plftyed bridge and In the sun room were bouquets of blue iris. Guests, ^tlier than club members were Mrs. Harry W. Hollies, Mrs. H. W. Wylie and Mrs. Samuel R Morris. In (he bridge games, Mrs. W*. H. Mhiyard received high score and Mrs. N orris, second high. Son Born lo Scrapes Mr, and Mrs. Olio Scrape are parents of n son born Tuesday at Skaller Clinic. He has been named Otto \Te.ston Scrape Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scrape are parents of a daughter, Mary Ixiulse, nine. Mrs. Scrape is the former Mis Nina Barnes, daughter of Mrs. G. S. Barnes. * * • Attend P. E. 0. Meet Several' women from Blytheville . E. O. Sisterhood Chapters left oday for the State Convention, held his year ut Rogers, Those attending are Mrs. Eltor W. Khby. Mrs. \V. L. Homer. Mrs t. A. Cunningham, Mrs. M. O. Usey, Mrs. H. H. Houchlns. Mrs. B. A. ,ynch anil Mrs. Riley B. Jones of Vlnnila. Mrs. Lynch Is a past state president. They plan to return Sunday night. VIrs. Wright Hostess Mrs. Patty Shane Wright was hostess Tuesday night to members of '.Double G Clnu and,two other Max B. Held. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon was honored by the group with gifts for her Infant son. , Thc Taylor home, 811 West Main was decorated with vases of Irises tulips and other Spring flowers. Tlie hostess served n salad plate Tuesday Bridge Club ordinarily meets for parties on Tuesday af [crnoon but the party this wcel was postponed because of the Par ent Teacher -Association Tuesday. Bits of News Mostly Personal Curnp Robinson, Little Rock. ICddie Old is able to be out after having been 111 because o( a heart attack, from which It Is believed he ha* fully recovered. Mi. and Mis. W. W. Pepper have moved from their farm home at Huffman Into Blythevllle for several months nud are residing at BI9 West Ash. Miss Jane Adcll Thomason will be Hie weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams. to . Mrs. Thad Nichol and Mrs. Mak Usrey Jr. Mrs Nicol won high score prize during bridge gimies and second high went to Mrs. .J. T\vrria Mc- Cnlla. Spring flowers decoratetl the Shane home, 1001 West Main, where the hostess entertained. Chief warrant Officer j. Williams, USN. will arrive soon be will) friends mul relatives lierc, following his a nival In San Francisco on the USif Cape Johnson afU'r several months service In the South 1'aclflc Theater. Mrs. u. j). Wilson has had as her guest u few days her brother, Tom Tinnln of Linden, ,'I'enn Mrs, Hs.millon Talbott of Washington, 1). c., will arrive tomorrow to spend a month here with her mother, Mrs. Emma Nolen, and sister, Mrs. B. R. Mason, and family. Mr. Talbott will join IKT here In Lwo weeks. Mr. nncl Mrs. J f.cslic Hale of Bmllngiime, Calif., will arrive here Saturday night to be the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey conway. They :ire en route to Chicago, where Mr. Unlc will attend to business matters, and from there will go to their, new home in Omaha. Nobr. Mrs. Hale Is the former Mrs. O. I 3 . Moss and Mr Hale formerly was u school faculty mr| her here. • ••: Mrs. s. E. Vail, who made her home here many years and now lives In Clinton,. Mo.. Is .seriously 111 in St. Joseph Hospital. Kansas City, Mo. She was to have undergone a major operation this morn- Ing. Mrs. W. B. Tanner will return today or tomorrow from St. Louis. where she has been the guest of friends, Mr mid Mrs. Jr.ines Griswald. J. A. Leech and Mrs. n. D. Hugres ure in Memphis visiting Mrs. Leech, a patient nt the Methodist Hospital where she underwent a major operation, n is expected .Hint shc_ will be able to return home Friday. Pvl. Ira nay Gill, son of Mr. and Mrs. B, G. Gill of Dell, Is spending a IC-day furlough at, home before Moing to Camp Ste- meii. Pittsbiirg, calif., for imlgii- mcnt to overseas replacement service. He has been stationed at Seniors Will Present Plays At High School Student acUn'S and actresses in lythevllle High School senior class wit! display their talent when they present two plays April 19 at the ih School auditorium. The two plays, one a drama and the other a comedy, are senior mc- iiioikil plays presented annually. Following the plays, senior queen, Miss Virginia Wheeler, will be crowned. The drama Is "The Valiant" by Ilolworthy Hall and Robert Middlemass. Those participating will be Harry Parr as Warden Holt; Jcre Reid. who will portray Father Daly; Sanford Tomlinson as .lames Dyke; Hetty Woodson, Josephine Paris; Charles Roy Lutes will be Dan; and Ben Lancashire, the attendant. The comedy is "Bargains in Cathay" by Rachel Lyman Field. Frances Shouse will have the role of Miss Emily Gray and Chester Caldwell will portray Jerry O'Brien. Muriel Knudsen will play the part of Miss Doty and Grady Magee, Unit of Thompson Williams. Vir- Uinla Swcarengen will be Miss Bliss; Don Chamblin, Mr. Royce and Randall Hawks, an unnamed "Gentleman." Miss Luna B. Wllhelm, director of the two plays. Is assisted by Miss Frances Bowen and Miss Frances Swalford. Mary Van Sneed is student director, Frank Nicholson heads the specialties committee. *& THE DOCTOR SAYS Spring Exercise Burdens the Heart The extra weight which many of s put on during thc winter should i! shed before we yield to that Impulse to get out In the open and exercise. Our hearts are a year elder than they were this time last year, and they, too, should be given a chance to pick up the slack before we try to do the things we did last summer and fall. Men in middle and the early part of late life with weakened hearts may pay the penally for trying to be loo active on the golf course or Die tennis court In the spring. The less act as a brake on the body to prevent injury lo the heart. Most athletes find that at ahout the age of 40 Iheii 1 legs lire more easily and they lose the ability to co-ordinate Ihelr movements perfectly. DIET BEFORE EXERCISE follow ^unusual exertion are common to all, even young people. G{-t your weight down, start out gradually, and rest at., regular intervals, or have 'Jnalion and be physician's advice. . a physical exani- guided by your President ... (CorHujura Trom rare I! time for, history which is his favorite -subject. He reads an occasional detective 1 story before dropping off to sleep. j Unlike his predecessor, Mr. Truman has little liking for movies, incept ne'Asreels. lie makes little personal use of the White House projection roum. The President would like to travel a great deal more than he (Joe'i. MM spends every possible week end aboard the new Presidential Most scndentary workers have a i yacht, th c U. S. S. Williamsburg. tendency to put on weight during | crusing on the Potomac River, the winter, and there Is n great He has planned several vaca- lemptatlon to work this off through | lions. Hut he had to cancel one in Florida and another on the gulf coast because of pressing official ausincss. Now, he has his heart set on a trip to thc Philippines in ear- At The HoipitaU Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. li. L. Morrison, Lilbown, Mo. Mrs. E. M. Denham, Bteele, Mo. Mrs. Eugene Finley, Lenclwllle. Ernin Guard Hofklns, fit. 3, city. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W.. W. Hardy, HI 3, city, j, daughter, ast night. Dismissed: Mis. Carl Fosscy. Rt. 3, elty. Mrs. Ben King. city. Mrs. Dorothy Newman, city. Hess lieaty, Dell. Mrs. Cecil snyre, caruthersvill*, Mo. Mi's. "Kelly Sringer, city Spencer Kcsk'r. Rt. 1, city. Mrs. John Blair, city. Hlvlln-vilto Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Andrew McKay. West Memphis. Owlght McMlnn, Wardell. Mo. .Mcrnlihis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Jerry Lloyd, city. Head Courier News Want Ads. exercise, for. the Bui that Is not advisable, heat, which has had to . ca»-'y an extra load all winter, may ' Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs. J. T. Stalctip hostess to Initial Club. Friday Rook Club meeting Mrs. E. B. chllwood. with Grizzly bears range the Cordil- lerau highland from Mexico to Alaska, i ly .stinini/ for the declaration of Philippines Independence. He is, however, keeping his fingers crossed. 'not be in very good shape. The proper procedure is to diet aiul to get. rid of the excessive weight, and then to begin a graduated exercise program. Shortness of breath on exertion results from failure of the heart o pump enough blood to thc lungs o replenish the o*xygen and to gel Id of the waste. It may, of course, ilso be caused by emotional stress. During the winter, sedentary workers who experienced shortness of breath on exertion took it easier, which, in turn, caused more fat to accumulate. EXERCISE GRADUALLY The average person has a lot of heart reserve which he never uses. but sudden demands on the heart may cause it to fail in spite of this ! fact. If the exertion is gradual and 1 followed by sufficient rest, it will not be long before the heart can respond in nn efficient way. | |s| ow Memv Wear The open air calls^us at this time j ^ _ / . "L __ of the year, and there are many! ways in which \ve may enjoy the benefits of healthful exercise. A daily walk, work around the yard. Viclory garden, or a few holes of golf will get us into condition for heavier exertion Inter. The heart is a muscle, and. other Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sieepless Nights When disorder of ktilney function permits poisonous mu Her lo remain nt your blood, it may fiiuee miuumi* backache, rheumatic pnins. Icy |iaitis, loss of jtcp ami energy, ircUing up nights, swelling 1 , puflincfia unJer thc eycf, bead:ichea and dizziness. Frequent orac.iTity pnssnycswfth enjartine and burning sometimes chows there 13 soni*thinif wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your Jrugaiat for Doan'a Villa, used successfully by millions for ov«r 40 ye*re. They if ue happy relief an j will hch> the 15 inilea of kidney tubes MuaJi out poisonous waste from your.blood. Get Doun's Fill*. LOKKN'K'S HKAUTY SHOP 1215 W. Main Street I'HONK 2843 Lorene Hamilton Georgia Hiulson FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleaso .t alkaline (non-acid) powder, holo^ false teeth mare firmly. To eat and talk In more comiort, just sprinkle a little PAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, muscles, it becomes sore and j gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks tired from unaccustomed use. The j sore body muscles which always "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH nt any drug store. RC Office Is Moved The Red Cross Office Is now located In the southwest corner of the third floor of the Courthouse. It was moved there from room 203 In the Lynch Building. The telephone number, 481, is unchanged. fNC REXALL DRUG STORE ™* H ^|, Iff Formerly The Robinson Drug Company Railroad and Main Street Two Phones—2024-2025 It's "Silverfime" at GUARD'S For the next week you will find a magnificent display of pattern exhibits of the famous . '1847' ROGERS SILVERPLATE in our store and in our show windows—all fine masterpieces in Flatware anil Hollowware. This is a wonderful opportunity to acquaint yourself with the world's most popular design* —each one characteristic of the finest periods in the history of the .silversmith's art. ' Due to the possibility of Increased costs of material and labor, which is beyond our control, our prices are subject to change without notice. * If you arc planning the purchase of a complete silver set please register your pattern with' us for a permanent record. We stock the following: Gorham's—Wallace— International—Towlcs — and Lunfs. as they are available. • Budget Accounts are Welcomed GUARD'S JEWELRY and OPTICAL STORE Phone 2912 ' 209 West Main SI . is Sounded on Good Health XTliwho possesses Health has thc stgft* of which Hiip- piness js.made." The. wonders o£ science, the mincies of medicine are ai your cqfli- mami.SuniinonthcmThrouga the counsel und care of your physician. Call on him at [he first sign uf illness. And ihen, bring his prescriptions here , for careful compounding. PLENAMINS Contains all the Needed Vitamins A Full 72-Day Treatment $l.ZYRONE-Specia!79c Pinkham's Veg. Comp. 89 MI-31 MOUTH WASH AND GARGLE PINT 49 $1. Bayer ASPIRIN--59c $1.CARDU I-Special 79c You'll Like These New PARKER "51" Fountain Pens and Pencils Gold Fountain Pen - $15. Gold Pen-Pencil St $22.50 • Prices Plus Tax Lustrolay Fountain Pen 12.50 Lustrolay Pen-Pencil Set 17.50 • Above Trices No Tux $259 CANDY for EASTER Pangburn's KING'S Nunnally's $1.10 to $5 $1.25 to $5 $1.10 to $5 Cabaret Style Saturday Nite April 13th In iho Hlytheville ARMORY music by DUKE JACKSON and His Orchestra No Extra Charge fur Tables ADMISSION $1.00 Per Person Tax Included Sponsored by Jnycees Continantts Snow* Every Day T!ci Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:90 LISTEN TO KLCN *:M un. V/.:4S cm «J« I Thursday and Friday 60cMURINE-Special47c $1.00 Hinds Lotion - 89c PICNIC NAPKINS ---isc sracftSsJE S.E. ELECTRIC CLOCKS S 4 6Mcring cards 5c UD to 50c INFRA-RED HEAT IAMPS . EASTER TOILETRIES -tniheric Colognes in your Favorite Odors Evening in Paris — Cologne $1.25-75c-50c Toilet Water $1.25 Talcum Powder — — — $1.00 Perfume $2.25-1.25-60c Complete Set* — $2.75 and $1.25 60 $1. Miles NERVINE - 89c 75c Listerine-Special 59c Colgate's Tooth Paste I.iU'sfc 9Cc- Giant JCo Size *w Size tU 50c CALOX 39c Tek Tooth Brush — 23c MILKOFMAGHES1A 1 ; 69 c Dr. Lyons Tooth * I'owdcr. 50c Size ?* / Paramount News; Also Shorts Continuous Showing Every Day Matin CM Sat. A SOB. Onlr Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Start* «:*5 f. M. Each Erfntof Open* Sunday 1:00; SUrU 1:11 CvnUnoou Sh«wm Sat. an* gn. BarcmlB Nfcht Erery NlfM Exoeyt SatmriUy. N» tanei honored •• the Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE Eadie Was a Lady with Ann Miller and Hal Mclntyrc

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