The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1946 · Page 3
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April 13, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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SATURDAY, APU1L II), 1940 BL\TIIEV1U,L<; (ARK.) COUftlEK NEWS PAGE THBEfc Negro Students In Contest Certificates Awarded Era Mae Shipp And Bobbie Lee Wilson British Bride Now At Home In Leachville It lakes a great deal of conrnttc • lei\vc one's fumily inirt ivieuds i North Hamptonshlre, England where one grew up and come to Era Mae Sliipp. 19, and Robbie ,ec Wilson. 17. seniors of Harrison High School for Negroes, have been awarded Certificates of Merit in tlie nnmml scholarship competition held by the National Administrative Hoard for Pepsi-Cola Scholarships, it was announced today by George D. Hollis, principal of Harrison Hlgli School. The awards \vern. \von in a competition involving over 27,000 .seniors from 0.500 High Schools throughout thc United States. These certificates are worth $50 each. Era Mac Shipp's parents are Henry and Kaonm • Do:in, 1110 S Lilly Sired. She is president of the Choral Club, historian of her class, and associate editor of the ,| Harrison Herald. She and Hobble I n Lee Wilson became eligible to enter tile r~,Uional Scholarship cotn- jictilion when elected by their school as being among the top 5 per cent of their class most likely to succeed. Bobbie Lee Wll: Melvin Wilson of 1044 South Franklin Street, is also n winner from the school. She is a business; sec-. rclary of The Hanson Herald, chairman of the program committee of the 1 senior class, and active in dramatics. | Tiiis year's Scholarship winner in Arkansas is Ernest Bright oi J. 3. Corbin High School, Pine Bluff, Ark. ' On Pel). 15. the entrants were given a general two-hour scholastic aptitude test prepared and scored by the College entrance examination board. Winners were chosen on tlie basis of school record, recommendation, and financial need from thc 12 in each State who scored highest test. The money may be used to help 'defray any expense upon entering College. Others who won Certificates of Merit in Arkansas for 1040 among Negroes were: August Curley. Eliza Miller nigh School. Helena; Dorothy Lee Kimbell, Walker High school. Magnolia: Edgar Lawrence Guinn. Langston High School, Hot Springs. Congratulations were extended the local winners by the Blj'thc- vill School Board and \v. B. Nicholson, superintendent of Blytheville School District. Manila Lions To Fly To State Convention Eitfht delegates and members of the Manila Lions' club famed quartet will fly ' to the state convention of the I40ns clubs at Hot Springs, in June. The two day nieettn^^it "convene" Jimo' 2. Delegates who were named at Wednesdays luncheon meeting to represent thc largest Lions club this distl'ict were: Louis Townsend William Borowsky. I. D. Shedd. R J. McKiunon. Grovcr Snider. E. C. FIccnian, Johnny Fairchild and Dean Pierce. Members of the quartet are Robert Killian, C. L. King. W. O. Tireen and Barney Threlkekl. th c northeast corner of Arkansas to live, nut Eileen Hetler, a British war bride, who has arrived in Lcaehville to Join her husband, Huston Hetlcr, seems to have just that. This very pleasant young girl from the British Isles and her equally pleasant 13 month old daughter, Ruby, landed in New York a short time ago. Their welcome to tills country was not too exciting, as they were confined to the boat for two days and Mrs. Hetler was required to be vaccinated for sjnall ]x>x, which didn't plense her at all and furthermore, it took. Then by iroop- train lo St. Louis and by train to Blythevillc where Mr. Heller met to accompany them on to ionic at Leachviltc by bus. Mr. Hetler is farming land for Bill Brown of Lcaehville, This Arkansas farmer and his wife from north of London—Peter- nost likely to sue- , ,,„,.„_ to bc cxi , c t_ mc t, O f all places, „ , 'on a merry-KO-rovmd at the Pair. : 1 !f,"' c . < !. a ! 1 , el ^. C L,? f Mi-s. Hetler reports: "His car bump- td mine; they I bumped him and his hat fell off and got all greasy, .so we met." It was the opinion of those present that most marriages usually wind up on a merry go round, but few start off that way. He was an American soldier stationed about nine miles from her home town which made It easy to i follow up this chance meeting al I the fair—and so. they were married. He sailed from England Aug 25 and immediately made plans foi his wife and daughter to join him but when the time came, he almos Kot a wife without a child, because the English grandparents beggc< her to leave Rvtby \vith them to 1 , , , . three of four vears and then they'< on this scholarship b| . ing hcr QVe j. to Ulc SMes tllcm selves. Nevertheless, she made H awa with the baby, her teapot, lea co'/.j and her own stock of tea. Tha brings up thc point that she can 1 understand tlie way the Anu'ricar drink tea. Kirst. they put lemon t t to make it sour,—then sugar t nake it sweet. She also is having difficulty wit his hot weather. She was might sold Bind she luid a cooler "frock" In her bag us 11 was becoming warmer and warmer. In tli e iveanUme, Rut>y was show- Ing off her new shoes. The slices were a birthday (jlft—bul-ns her mother explained, In England if someone wishes to give you clothes for a gift, he must first get the coupons from the person to whom v the dirt will eventually go. And coupons are an Important factor In their lives. She recalled that it was quite o tragedy when her young brother •.lost on,- nf his new shoes in the river while he was fishing with her husband. Those shoes represented seven of the 24 clothing coupons he was allowed for the year. It's different over here. When thc war bvlilcs got lo St. Louis, they went downtown shopping—and such fortunate shopping. Some of the girls, when the management found out (hey were British war brides without stockings, were nylons. There were nine girls on the ship llh her who were coming to Ark- isas to make their homes. It was fairly good trip except Mrs. Het- r wns sea sick nncl thc baby cut vo new teeth, she commented that ie Red Cross had given (hem dls- osable diapers and bottles for . ie babies on the way over. And ' lie also seemed appreciative of ie fact that she was met In Bly- nevillc by the local I * ccl Closs c*- cutlve, Mrs. Julia Limbcrg Hnr- Ison. who took thc family out to :er home for breakfast. Ve.s. sir. „ little bit of England las now taken root In Arkansas, t's mighty pleasniH lo hear » back ard called a "back garden," a rigldairc. a "trie." and candles, "sweets." When a reporter admired the nlttens Iluby was wearing and the sweater Mrs,.Hetler wore, Mrs. Het- ci 1 replied that she made them lersclf, but she added "I would nuch rather stitch than knit." Some time later, a surprised repoi't- learned that stiti.-hing Is sewing. Holy Week Programs ' Will Be Presented Holy Week Services will be conducted each evening lit 7:30 Oils week at the First Christian Church. It was announced today by the Rev. H. B. Bnlrd. pastor. Using the theme "Vaees About the Cross," Mr. Balrd will speak each evening on one of the fjuir- ncter.s who .sow Jesus die. The eluiraclers are: Simon of Gyrene, Who Curried His Cross; The "Thief of the Cross, Who Begged for His Mercy: Mary, Ills Mother. Who was standing by; The llonuui Centurion. Who CnlVMl Him Ouv Sou of c:od; Luul Joseph of Arl- mathaea. Who Buried Him in His Own New Tomb. On Thursday evening lliere will be a candlelight service. The people of Blythcville are cordially invlleu lo allend these services, Mr. Balm said. for future activities. Including uu overnlijht cumuliiR Hip. Inclded in the 13 Scouts present were two new members «nil «lso utlcndhiK were thivc visitors, Mrs. Fletcher K,inn. Mrs, Friinklln Warlh find Uancrofl Terry. The roll wns culled mid dues collected by scribes, Dun Atkins of Ihe I'unlluT.s and Hainon iwyln of the Lions, Dues and records were then turned over lo tilt' Troop scribe, Hurry I'Yit/Hi.s. Games were pluyed Inside. At The Hospital* Students See Art Work LUXOIiA, Ark., April 13.—As II climax to a study on Art Appreciation. Miss Christine Culvert, Home Economies teacher, took the third Home Economics class lo Memphis Saturday, where llii!> sited the Brooks Memorial Art allery, and the pink palace hose who went were Mo'/.clle r agers, Jimmlc Lee Carrison, Nell my, Virginia Uoweu, Dorothy, arch. Ethel While Ann Owen, Yunces Ho/ollc, Belly Sue Walker, iillie Dew. noils Williamson, and Kathleen Held. Alsopp Rites Held LITTLE ROCK. April 12. (UP) — Funeral services were planned flft afternoon for Fred W. Alsopp. 81 year-old newspaperman ami civic leader who died here Tuesday night Alsopp. who began selling paper, al thc age of 10 years in Prescotr Ark., served as business managei of the Arkansas Gazette for mon than 56 years. Read Courier News Want Ads. Kills Rats Roaches Biddle Exterminators member Nat'L Pert Control A»*n. 115 S. Third St. Phone 2751 CORRECTION! In the George Appliance & Auto Co. Advertisement that appeared .in Friday's paper it was stated that LOUIS GEORGE AUTO and Appliance Co. had been appointed Distributor for thc "JEEP" in Mississippi.County. This Was an ERROR It should have read GEORGE Appliance & Auto Co. of Luxora Phillip George-owner. Mrs. Fields Entertains Lone Oak WSCS, Guest Mrs. Dick Fields wns hostess Tluirwlny to 13 members of the Womnn's Society o( Chrlsllnn Seiv- If une wiints tu K»ln the chlld'^ con- Ililunce. I.ecluiliiB, ycoldlng naisKlnt; never Uivlte connjencc. she iwlnled out. MIB, Hoilgcrs went on lo slate Hint It Is th» home environment thul helps to inuke or brcuk a child's Ice of l.one O:ik Methodist Church personality. She Insisted Ihnl math- IIIKI one visitor. Mrs. Kullc Fields ol i'i'» vlril thc school room nnd fntli- Kvniucky, houseijliesl of Mrs. Glen ''i'« ntleiul Ilia rcenlnr Pnrcnt- Alcxivnder. 'IViiehers meellDH.s. Mrs llodyers wns nccoiiipunk'd by Mis John Hunielte. Diirlim the business .session, the following olllcers were clcclcd for next .veur: Mia. H. 1,, Houck, iiresl- Admitted: Miuy I'Yanees Uufurd, l.u.xoru. Uorls Jeun Stewart, city. Uisihissi'd: Mrs. H. I,. IWuers, sii'i'U 1 , Mo. Mrs. t.oia pltts, city. IMxie Morris, city. Mrs. O. M, Christian and baby city. Mrs. K. 13. Wmdlaw mid buby city. Admit led: Dwight MfMlnn. Warden. M". Mrs. W. J. 1<\ FoiTlsliT. Munila. Manervu Jo liogum, city. Memphis Mrllioillst Hoslill.il Scripture rouillDK, taken from the book of Miitthew, was uU'cn by Mrs. ,), W. Fields. "The Cross Over Afi'lcii" was read by Mrs. J. K. Culi'iimn. A <|NlK wns completed for Mrs. .!. W. Fields mid a report given by the treasurer. i * 11 ' Alter the iiump wns dismissed by j M Mrs. H. K. Davis, the hostess served r^i refreshments. Luxora PTA Members Hear Mrs. Rodgcrs l.UXOUA. Ark.. April 13.- "Homes Thut Tciii'h" was Mrs. U. Uod^er.s' subject. Wednesdiiy iifteriHion, when .she Inlkt'il to Ihe l.uxuiu 1'inrnl- Tenehcrs' AsNoclnllon. Mrs. l?od«- ers, \»( Shuwuee IHi'.h Hchual, ou\- liliitslwd the liu|ioitii!icc of purrnt- K'acher coopt-rullon In (rulnhiM Ihe child for 11 full, useful life. To Ihe pnrent, .she pointed om Ihe necessity of llvlui; In the youth's world dent; Mrs. Wert Steed, vlcc-presl- Mrs. J. I. Mlltlln, secrelary; William Johnson, Iraisurer. Icout Troop 36 Meets The Lang Youth Hut Is now headquarters lor Scout '.Voops i thai \?cllon and Tuesday night 'roop 'JC met thi'ic to discuss plans T. M, MtMllns. Mis. Bllnibclh rsville, Mo. Osceolu. Correll. cnrutli- . Ctirullu-rsvlUe. Refrigerator Service OF AU, KINOS—CAM, W. O. BLUE Phone 2918 or 2642 Insurance of every kind Phon. 3545 W. J. Pollard Agency Glencoe Hotel Bldg. * Mo. IAIJY CHICKS In 5 <l:>ys olil—M to S12 per 100. Several Ijri-cils — Feeds, Founts — BL'KV'ATOK KKKD STOKIC liroiulwnv al It. I!. Tracks Radio Service •Pit" Ann* Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler Washer, Ironer and Gas Engine Servicf rWlip Frel Vacuum Cleaners, Fans, Irons and Small Appliances He- paired. ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY, Inc. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phone 2011 20G-08 W. Main Mvrlle Pciir.sou, Munlhi. BABY CHICKS i>'iiu\sl <|imrily al all limes. C(im|ik'le line nf pmitlry vvi\. The handiest ulacc in own. "We Buy J'oultrj' * KRUS" Chester Lewis Poultry •IKl Knst Main St. Radios Repaired Auto - Electric W« Pick Up mud DeUvrt Just lU'fcived! Several NEW Six Tube Electric Radios We Hu.v and Sell Used Rmlios. CITY RADIO REPAIR 324 Kust Mulu Phone 3407 PLANTERS Save Time - Expense We have Portable Machines to CLEAN and TREAT all kinds of PLANTING SEED at YOUR SEED HOUSE For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone We A/so Soil Good Black Sandy Loam Dirt for Fills Larkin Service Station 219 East Main St. K. M. Latkln Hulcn Holme* 'JAYCEES' Sponsored Cabaret Style DANCE TONIGHT at the Blytheville Armory SPECIAL ATTRACTION A Floor Show Featuring PAUL HILLING One of thc Nation's top Swing Accordionists. Picked by music critics for thc Ail-American Band. Bc sure to hear this great artist. We ore Now Contracting for Crowdef and Purple Hull Peas Delivered Price in Pods $65°° Per Ton A Guaranteed Seed Redeeming and Treating Service Wo have been operaliurj successfully in Mississippi County sint'c 1!)39 ami in order to better serve ywi we have moved our offices to Hlytheville from Sikcsloti, and our equipment will be -permanently located bore. The Delta Seed Servicing Co. HAROLD DOOUN, IManagcr I'liiinc Wtg . . . Call us n( our expense for details Offices: Goff Hotel Blytheville, Ark. Blytheville Canning Co. Inc P.O. Box 310 Blytheviiie, Arkansas We Are Also Buying Crowder and Purple Hull Pea Seed UKe XMSING A CROP.' To the Tuneful Music of DUKE JACKSON and His Orchestra Admission - Tax Included - $1.00 Per Person NO EXTRA CHARGK FOR TABLES POULTRY WANTED! Mr. Davis is iiinncctcd with (he country's largest poultry buyers and offers highest prices at all i inn's. TODAY and TOMORROW'S PRICES— Hens —25c Cox — 16c RI«NG YOUR POULTRY TO US. 1711 West Vine St. Blytheville Trices Subject to Change Without Notice ' Producing new tractors and farm machines is like raising a crop ... it takes mouth* before they're ready. Perhaps there will be plenty of new tractors next tcason and you'll be able to get one. ^ Cut if you want to play it safe, let us put your old tractor in good repair now. Then, come what may, you'll be ready McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blythcville, Ark. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE en for Business!. TAYLOR SAND AND GRAVEL CO. • Specializing in River-Washed Sand and Grave 1 Plant and Office Located On River at North End of Bushy Ave. CARUTHERSV1LLE, MO. Lawn mowers : . : Kxpcrtly sharpened and repaired. Phone W° P' c k U P am * deliver. Immediate service and guaranteed satisfaction 2192 assured. We also specialize in 'gas and elw- trical welding. F. L. WICKER MACHINE SHOP 215 N. Second

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