The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1946 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIKll NEWS THURSDAY, APHI1, 18, 1016 At'Central-PTA Meet s 5P*0BMii*^fcMMrta>"* when to jky "no" to a child, Paul Pryor tot* members of Centra! Parent Teacher association at a meeting yesterday •temoon in the High School Audl- Jrium. ;'' , j» Mr. Pryor, newly elected member • the school board, rtreraed the 1m- tortance of sticking to a decteion ol jno," once it has been made. , Re •ointed out that the parent should •row with a child, realizing that jthal would not be permissible one ffear might be the nezt r in dlscuss- Ag his topic "When. to S«y No." . S "It Is very imporwiji Jthat a pa;-Sit should give a ihlWrconfkltnce irin himself and his- abilitiw," he jfcid. Teach him to make his own jpcisions with the knowledge tint is right. "When he is wrong, help *im to understand Sded. 5 Anot r. Pryor » Bits of News .Mostly Peraon&l Mr. and Mrs. Slierbcrt Denton, of Little Rock, are guests of Mrs. Mildred cutler lor severad days. Upon their return tomorrow they will be accompanied by Mrs. Cutler who is to spend Easter with her daughter, Mrs. Carl E. Batlcy Jr., and Mrs. Bailey. .Condition of Mrs. B. F. Brogdon Sr., who has been quite III, is improved today. She Is at Walls Hospital. Mrs. I. G. Moc of Kennoshn, WIs.. arrived last night to spend a few days with her brother, John McKay and family. She lias been in New Orleans as the uuc.sl of a sister. Mrs. L. R. sanford nnd and in El Dorado sister. Miss FScnlnli at Westminster College, Fulton, Mo., has arrived to spend the Eatter holidays with his parents. Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. J. E. Beasley left yesterday for-* Little Rock, where they plan lo attend the meeting of Arkansas Presbyterial. They plan to return home Saturday. Miss Mary Katherlnc Rose will arrive home tomorrow fnm Fay- et\evlllc, where she is a student .it University of Arkaiisas. to spend tlie Easter holidays with her parents, Mrs. R. C. Rose at RosclanJ. Her houseguest will be Miss Martha Washington, also a student nt the University. Arriving home tomorrow fni.i University of Arkansas lo spend the Easter holidays are: Hnrris Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ney Hunt; .Louis Lynch, son of. Mr. and M:'i. B. A. Lynch, and Dick White, so.i of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White. Mr. Sanford. with another McKay. Mrs. Moe plans to leave Saturday for her home in Keosha. Several students arrived home today .from University of Arksn- ans, Fayetteville, to spend the Easter holidays. They are: Miss Jane Castllo, daughter of Mr. and " - •• - •-• ither feature of thV'meeting,' : last to be held this school term, «ias installation 'ot officers. 2 To serve next year are: Mrs. Ray Sail, president; -tin. Hugh 'whlt- § t, vice president; - Mrs. Leonard hnson, secretary; Mrs.-Meyer 6r»- r, treasurer, and Mrs. J. W Jtayder, historian. 4» Officers were installed by Ml&s 0 „. jj'innlc Virgil Turner, cjty supervisor Mrs. Garth Castllo; Miss Mary £f elementary schools.* \ ' ' : . [Reichei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. • Tne third grade presented Ihc P. G. Reichei; 'Miss Sara Grace Saster story, taken from the Boole Joyner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner; Miss Elolse Hnrncs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Barnes; Miss Jenn Moore, and Uot) McHaney. son of Mr. and Mrs John c. McHnney. Billy Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Browne, has arrived home after receiving a dlschni'KC rom the Navy. He recently rc- urned to the States from Gunir Mr. Browne plans to enter col- ege next Fall. Miss Rebecca McCall, da'ughtei of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCall: Vliss Nancy Hughes, daughter .o: Wr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Hughes; am MLss Mnry Lynn Bean, dnughtc: of Mr. and Mrs. Pi'cd Bean, ar rived today from Southwestern Memphis where they are student: They will spend the Easier vncn Bf Luke, in Choral reading. *'. ' .* •" '• R-iss Mcllwain Hostess &t R. L. Reeder Home v J£ Miss Kay Mcllwain entertained [embers of Alpha Alpha Chapter of •eta Sigma Phi last night at the tioine of MK. R: L. Reeder. •••During the business session, Miss JutopiH Whitworth gave a treas- (jrer's report and Mrs. John Marcum tapprted.that she .had received pins aTOrtJl'her* materials lor the Ritual !oT3e~weIs" degree. ....... i Tiiose eligible for the degree will 'receive their pins in a ceremony jApril 30 at the Founder's Day ban- iquet .to be held at Hotel Noble. V Mi^s Mcllwain, president of the !orgar4?atTdn,' conducted the session { Misi Alice Saliba, vice president, as iii-charge of the program, "The of;fThinkiiIg." Miss Saliba dls- ' uj"; wh(ch ;a person's te trained • lo think a s^b'ject and n.ow to con• ' •wa *Ar : rmi clei .mind arly central J The »Mrs. »cake with t«Wnfc£, . .-. . . , ;Miss Mcllwain and , S«iVed. refreshments ol toasled nuts and cok tton here. Miss Donna Wunderlich, studcn at Miss Hutchinson School, Mem phis, arrived home last niRht to spend .the Easter holidays with Joiner WMS Meeting. Held Tuesday Afternoon One of Joiner Baptist Circle Church Women's Missionary society met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mj-s. John Wilson. The session, at which Mrs. Wilson presided, was opened with group singing. Free Press Vital To World Peace, Editors Are Told WASHINGTON, April 18. (UP) — John S. Knight, president of the American Society of Newspaper Edl- f tors, declared today that world security hinises on a free International press. lu his annual report to the society, Knight lold nearly 350 edi- meeting here tliiil without, freedom of expression through* the press, there could be no understanding of the problems of all nations, __ . ., "A free press is vital to the peace The devotional was read by Mrs. of 1MC W0 rld," he asserted, nalph Bowden and discussed by Knteht said the society had per- Mrs. Wilson. During the business session, re- suadud both the- Democratic and Republican parties before the la-,t ports were made and community' presidential election to include .. missions assignments were glveul piniik in each party platform call- for next month. Mrs. p. H. Gee ing for freedom of the press. was appointed as publicity chairman for the circle. Refre.shm.cn Is of dessert, plate with coffee were served. The next circle meeting Is lo be with Mrs. Helen Reddock and Mrs. L. P. Bowden It was announced. Miss Evelyn Fox Bride Of Robert W. Site/ton Mr. Hiul Mrs. Raymond N. Fox if Manila announce the marriage if their daughter, Miss Evelyn iTarguerite Fox. to Robert W. Skelton of Tuscaloosa, Ala. The wedding was solemnized April 14 here at the home of the Rev. p Calvarv II. Jernisan, pastor Baptist Church. of The bride chose a Spring model dress of write crepe with brown •icccssorlcs. Her corsage .was of red •oscbuds. Immediately after the ceremony. they left for Memphis and other uoinls in Tennessee to spend a urlef wedding trip. They will then return to Oak Ridge, Tenn. where both arc employed. Mrs. Skclton is H graduate of Manila High School. Junior Bap- list College at Pocahontas and Ouachita College, Arkadclphln. Mr. Skelion attended : schbol Tusealoosa. 126 Diphtheria Cases Reported For This Year LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 18. (UP)—Three cases of diphtheria, reported in Boone. Hempstead and Phillips counties, raised for 1946 to 126 cases as He recalled that a committee headed by Wilbur Forrest, assist.-, ant editor of the New York Herald Tribune, had made a 40.000-mlle trip through 11 foreign countries last yc-ar lo investigate press practices and procedures followed by other governments. The toui;, lie I .said, wsis "one of the finest, most I of Journalism." Knight said he believed Assistant Secretary of State William Beuton was "in error" in rejecting the services of a committee appointed by the society to advise on governmental news policies. Benton is expected to reply to Knight this afternoon when he talks to the meeting on the subject world freedom of information. His address was to have been made tomorrow but was moved up on the agenda when it was learned that three Russian editors scheduled to participate In a round table db- cusslon with the society were delayed in Paris. Knight called on the society to: 1. Fight for freedom of ncv/s and communications everywhere. 2. Review the place of the editorial page In newspapers regarding content, makeup, pictures, cartoons and writing practices. 3. Hold a round-table discussion regarding the integrity of syndicated columnists and their influence, "good or bad," in modern journalism. 4. Discuss the "troubles" of newspaper reading which has become a "lively and important subject." 5. Reread and practice the society's code of ethics. More Veterans Draw Benefits During March LITTLE ROCK, April IS. (UP) — A report released here yesteday by the Employment security Division indicated that tlie number of veterans drawing unemployment benefits in March was an Increase of more than 5.000 over the February total. Figures released by Purlfoy Gill, division director, showed that 32,481 veterans were paid 2,529,969 In March, as compared with 27,140 veterans Uiat received $2,040,462 last February. This was in contrast to the Indicated decrease in civilian employment benefits In the, same two- month period. Last February 8,518 unemployed civilians were paid $409,914, Gill said. In March, the drop showed 1,500 civilians drew Witnesses in Ihc case testified th*t Orady collececi "dues" from them which he used for his bwii purposes. He told league subscribers that his organization would ,be used to promote a lobby in Washington in'behalf of racial and labor minorities all over the country. ALTOONA. Pa. (U.P.) — Imbro prolUnble endeavors in the iiislory pJ«»*ov1c became a U. S. citizen in almost nothing flat.. Judge George G. Patterson listened to an immigration examiner's testimony long enough to learn that the applicant fathered v-1 12 children, five of who were In ix, I service. orrhca. Dlciiso.s remaining below last ycur's 15-sveek total were cancer, rysipclns, meningitis, scarlet fever, septic sore throat, smallpox syphilis, tetanus and tuberculosis. Austin Grady Given Five-Year Sentence •LrTTJLE HOCK. April 18. (UP) — Austin Gr.iely. originator of Ihs bogue fair employment practices league, was found guilty of using the mails to defraud yesterday in United States District Court here. The 62-year-old former convict Hot Springs Doctor Heads Medical Group LITTLE HOCK. Ark., Ai>ril IP. (UP)—Dr. H. Wiide King of Hot Springs was formally elevalecl to the , presidency of the Arknnsns Medlenl Association at tlie closing session of the group's seventieth aunuul convention here yesterday. Dr. King had been named president-elect at ii previous meeting. Besides the election of officers, Ihc final discussion centered around a recommendation fur the state :o offer low-cost, prepaid hos]>italU:ti- tion to all Arkansas citizens. Arkansas will be the 45tl> state in ths union to adopt such a plan, if it goes through. The association's retiring president is Dr. C. A. Archer of DeQueen. drew a 5-year sentence in a federal penitential'*,' after the jury _ found him guilty on all four counts ."He's admitted." said Patterson.' as chart-eel. in ^Entertains Wednesday Bridge Club Tlie Charles Rose home in Roseland was the setting yesterday for members of the Wednesday Bridge Club and one other guest, Mrs. C. W. At flick. •Effective arrangement* of roses nd other flowers were placed throughout the home. The table where guests had lunrh was centered with a bowl of roses. During afternoon bridge games, high score prize went to Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich and second to Mrs. Af- Mllek. 1 ' • • » Vliss Marsh Honored With Birthday Party- Miss Frances Marsh was honored Tuesday night with a birthday party given by her mother, Mrs. Jack Marsh, at Uieir homo Hearn street. . | The living room wu decorated Jwith arrangements of roses and itulips. I Bunco was played during the {evening with bunco prize going to IMiss' Betty Carolyn Caldwell and jhlgh to the guesj. of honor. Miss (Frances Smith * /won low score [prize. ; Miss Marsh was presented Sift,' i [ Refrcshm»»tv--»f--birthday cake hvith strawotrfy'snndac were scrv- !cd. *'*"' ' •"' f * | Cbickasaaftw^bodgeNo. 134, F. an JA. M., meeting in special commit i nicatibn tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at th hall, at which time there will bo work in toe'master's • degree, tui- jnounced by ft' fe. Xlkcn; worshipful (master. . . . her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich. Mrs. Ebb Spradley spent yesterday in Memphis. 'Mis. William Norton nnd son, "Nlckie," are here us guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens. They arc making their home at Scott Field, 111., where Mrs. Norton's hxisbnnd, Captain Norton, is stationed. He hna returned, to Scott, Field after spending rR few days here. Mrs. E. A. Hale is convnlescini; at. her home after undergoing a minor operation nt Wnlls Hospital. Mrs. L. D. Crmmblin is in Mem- At The Hospital* Wulls Hospital Dismissed: Elsie Mae Dycus, Steclc, Mo. Erma Hoskins. Rt. 3, city. Mrs, William George, IjUXorn. r.lythcville Hospllal Admitted: Bill Harding, city. Charles Sanders, city. ! Born (o Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Oam- 'pcr, city, a daughter this morning. Dismissed; , JMI Burks, city. Mrs. James McKcethcn Jr:, Cn- i iithei'svlHc, Mo. E<1 T. lirooks. city. Memphis Methndint tliwpital Admitted: Bruce Ivy Jr., Osccola. Mr. O. D. Harris, Cnruthersville Mo. the total compared to 94 during the first fifteen weeks of 1945, according to the weekly morbidity report released by the State Bonrd of Health here today. The report also revealed that measles, .which showed a decline in tlie last report, 'increased again ist week with 222 cases reported i the stale. Some 1.504 cases of leasles have been reported this ear as compared to 341 cases at he same time in 1945. Malaria, with cases reported In Arkansas, Dcsha, Johnson and Washington counties, reached a to- al of 133 cases, while 64 cases were reported at the same time ast year. Mumps also gained .he state, with 43 cases reported nst week. The total is 634 for 1940 against 455 for 1945. Two new cases of poliomyelitis, one each in Dallas and Union counties, brought that total to 15 01 an average of one new cnsc per week Six cases iiad been reported at the smile time lust year. Lawrence County reiiorted 11 trachoma cases, and Boone reported 1 to bring that total to 120, which is 11 less than, last year's report In spite of a drive on the gerni- cnfrying rat in Pulasl:; County, two new cases of typhus fever wciv reported. This year's total of is now double the tolal in 1945 Olher diseases which continued to rise last week were German measles, Influenza, pellaeara and gon phis where she is the guest of relatives. Mrs. John Buckley, Hayti, Mo. Keen SiBht at 8« SOMERSWORTII, N. H. (U.P.) — At 60. Orvlln St. Jo) Mrs. Allan Wnlton has returned making hnrncss by hnnrt here af from Williamsburg, Richinonrt, Nor- I ter Ii3 years in the business. folk and other points in Virginia.' does not \vetir sj)cctnclcs. he was accompanied by Her f aughtcr, Mrs. Berry B. Brooks Jr., i Memphis. Mrs. C. O. Briggs of Foil Worth, exas, who has been here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Matins. las returned home. Mrs. C. A. CnUlwcll. wife ol tlv: ate Dr. Caldwell, has gone to Balcs- lllc. Miss.; to make her home \vit:i ier daughter. Mrs. James Munrlur. Mrs. Lela May, who made her hour with her daughter, Mrs. CnldwclJ, several years, now makes her home with her son. La Faycttc May and Mrs. May at 404 Ensl Kentucky Avc. Robert Lancashire, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lancashire and n student Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? ak, worn-out. apfcR Inni. For uc c Tatilns. Cental! |>C[i: also AU[>pll »t Kirby ANTIQUES Marble top tables—New Selections Ovals, Ohlongs, Etc. Several Sizes . HAND PAINTED PLATES LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP Telephone 2798 Coming.Events } FRIDAY i Mrs. J. O. Huey hostess to Friday •Kook Club. t CBC Club meets with Mrs. O. O jEUcins. < Chapter N. P. E. O. SlsUrhood "meeting 1 o'clock, at the home o tMrs. John Caudill with Mrs. J. W jAdams as co-hostess. CANT KEEP GRANDMA IN < Sh*'» M LMy •* • Youncttar Now her BMk>d>. i. UtUr ' h» tW em* »c*U nd wvtc wit of ... I Moo4. TVr Mp «wtt )•«*• ffm (bout 3 The Symbol of Easter LILIES oo<* thcr ditcvnr th.1 the Orchids The pure white lily has become the symbol of Easter's message of eternal hope and life anew . . . and the most fitting of all tokens to a loved one at Eastcrtimc Hydrangeas Pink and Blue Pot Roses Carnation Corsages of Different Colors Gardenias Roses Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere HEA.TON'S 200 East Davis HOME OF, FLOWERS Phone 549 Go f verywhere . . Go Anytime . . . In These Chic "TEENTOWNER SHORTIES Heltcti Models Vi Helled Styles ISoxy Backs • Si/cs 9 to 15 M8 40 Bright, breezy .spring shorties to wear over everything from slacks to party dresses. Definitely all wool materials in soft pastels, checks and stripes . . . full satin lining. And so Modestly priced. JI ED EL'S Phone 2251 224 West Ma in 102, Outlives 4 Wives NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (U.F.) —Sardou Pierre Morthon, who recently celebrated his 102nd birthday, has outlived all of his four wives and all of his 10 children. cover itie many handy ilerm you can maVe from cotton print of THE MAGIC MILLER'S BEST FLOUR tacV. Gel a sack lodayS Tlie, MAQIC -BEST 1 For the Easter Fashion Parade Won't when Everything for Tots and Teens your yitunRsters he pruud they're all dressed up for liasfcr! We've all the smart crisp clothes young America looks best in. Choose their ICastcr outfits at J.IEniil.'S! HE-MAN CUOTHES Kov Jt Glarl lead's Fancy Sport Coats—Loafer Coats $7.95 to $13.95 Long Pant Suits Loafer Suit Combinations $12.95 to $19.75 Continuous Sbow> Er-ry Day Box orfics Opens 1:4» Show SUrts 2:«0 LlWi'EN TO 1UX:N • •-"- 12:*5 p.m. 4:3» y Thursday and Friday Paramount Neus and Selected Short Continuous Showing Matlneee Sat. & Son. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Show BUrtl 6:15 P. M. Kach Evrntni Opens Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:15 Continuous Shews Sat. and Bra. Bargain Night F.vei? Night Except Saturday. N* j««u« honored »n BuxUr M the Rory. For Your Sfick Little Chicks 9 months to 16 years Adorable Easter outfits that click with the young set ... and their mother's too, whether they're still in pigtails or getting their first pcrmancnts. Dainty dresses and coats for young glamour jjirls . . . smart looking skirts and sheer blouses to wear with them. All at pint size prices. JIEDEL'S Phone 2251 224 West Main Thursday and Friday DOUHLE FEATURE FROM THE MAN! WHO DIRECTED^ 'AIR FORCE" AKD! SERGEANT YORK'Ty, (, lAMDOLPa' SCOTT »,(.•,.uicts uon HU nor, )r/< HUT mzmui uiTiiTiisr run IIKIT i»n met'. TltdlS CIKEI IIC1I11 . A UNIVERSAL fTCTUSc Music for Millions with Margaret O'Brien and Donnn Keed

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