The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 18, 1946
Page 8
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BLYTHEVILLE (AllK.) COUKIEK NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL, 18, 11MG CaHwelk Lead In 'Who's Who' Fords Are Rolling Again Hotds Honors Among t»irl Students Here ^ni : Caldweli brothers, Chester Qad~Dux topped. the male honors ||» the Who's Who contest of B.H.S. Ifiis jear and In the girls division booocs were widely distributed. •ttljt Ann Weedmrii) received most flrst places in enviable contests with )0ss ~ Frances Field, Miss Marilyn Rosemary Johnston and Prances Shouse also top win- 'Son ol Mr. and Mrs. Chester 'II, Chester placed first as Mr. Most Popular, One That Most to B.H.S. and Most Jlandsome. Second place went lo ||im 'as Most Courteous. Best Cili- pfn arid Most Striking Personality. lie placed third In Best All Around. '., His brother, Dan, was first in tho ^est All Around division and tied frith hurl in second place for Most £purt*ous -'and-,Most Striking Pei - - Itinality. He also was second in yost Popular and third Best Citizen. '. Jiiss "Weedman, daughter of Mr. »od Mrs. Harry Weedman, placed tost as Best All Around. Best Clii- prn, Most Helpful and One That Means Most to B.H.S. She placed Ifcond in the divisions of Most Courteous and Most Striking Pc:'- (•nallty. Miss Field was chosen Miss B.H. p.; Miss Johnston, Most Popular »rid Most Striking Personality; |<lss Deen, Prettiest. Miss Field placed second as Best Dressed and Miss Deen, sccoml as |fost'Popular and Best Figure. She ^s third in Best, All Around nml jt v unitm j'ress N M" 55 . . B.H.S. AiiiVhMis'lind a prc-Eastcr frost Miss Frances Shouse was first us llisl mB ht nml (hc wcnl licrinan £tct Dressed and Best Figure find I Kil i ( j today there won't be much Kiond as. Miss B.H.S. She )>lac?,l c hange in temperature Friday, third Most. Popular nnd Most Tal-. Residents at Black Rock" and I Calico Rock found a genuine frost j on die ground Mils morniiiK, and Gilbert ctlimi.s shivered as Hie ] mercury- dropped lo 35 degrees— I Mrs. Rogers allegedly "clo)«d" with former German Luftwaffe Lieut. Helmut. Von Der Aue. an Inmate of a German prisoner of IB. war camp near her Beulah. Miss. Mississippi Woman Faces Trial May 6 CLARKSDALE. Miss., April . _..... I U.P.)—Mrs, Joseph ~R. Rogers plantation home. The couple was pretty 37-year-old wife of a wealthy arrested In Nashville, Term., four Mississippi Delta planter, will be days altcr lhe escape last January, tried in Federal Court here May I The charge carries a maximum /in charges of aiding an escape! penalty of 10 years in prison and a German prisoner of war, It fine, •as announced today. ' Assembly lines al Hie Kord Motor Co. plant in Detroit move ;ig;iin ;is the 38,000 workers who hiivc bucn idle for more Hum n inonlli 'return to work. Employes arc shown here usscmbliiig motors on the production line. Frost Reported At Black Rock; Mercury Falls wavered around 57 degrees. The U. R. Wentlicr Tiureau Little Rock said that partly cloudy weather will accompany the con tinuinn cool wave, Worn-out bathroom windows cut be replaced with a panel of ijlas block which gives plenty of clay light with privacy, and scldon needs cleaning. Miss Wanda Barham received first Jtonors as Most Talented and Mi-is Vannye Whltley. first Most Sln- (jtous and second as Most Helpful. Title of Best Athlete went to Miss jRonnle Ball. /Miss Joann Shanks received first place honors for Most Courteous •nd Second Prettiest and Best All ground. She also placed third in Divisions of Most Striking Person- •.lity.and Best Figure. -•'Miss Betty Woodson was second Ifi Best Citizen and took third place RS One That Means Most to B.H.S. fjd Most Courteous. 1 -Miss Joyce Damon placed second as One That Means Most to B.H.S.. Jest All Around and Most Talented: j|rid third Best Figure, Most Hclp- ful and Best Citizen. 'Second place as Most Studious 'irent to Miss Betty Black and tlurci »o Miss Betty Woodson Others placing In the Athletic division wave Miss Bonnie Hodge, second. ||Iiss Martha Ann Bunch, third Miss Mary Jo Nabers placed third pest Dressed and Miss Ertna . »rs, third prettiest. :-;A-_ close runner-up In ttic boys (iroup : was Harry Parr, who placer prjt as Most Talented. Most Stu- gidus and Best Citizen. He was .iec- pnd Most Helpful and One That Balis'Most B.H.S., and tliird Best Dressed. 1 " '••Other .first place titles went ,,. E.-Harrison as.Best Dressed anJ he coldest in the slate the past 'A hours. Other slale lows were Harrison 16 decrees. Batesville 38. and \fcna 39. On a more moderate cvel were Little Rock. Dardanelln ind Ncwpoii wit]] -10 degrees! F"rt .nu'lh nnd Monlicello 43; and rc.varkaria with 44. I High temperatures wore gencr- >lly from tlic low seven! les to the I :nw sixties. The exception was Newport, where the thermometer DAILYAWTIVE Famous Cereal Brings Constipation Relief Courteous; J. L. Johnson. Best Pliy- iq»e. and Ben Lancashire. Moit Striking Personality. J. E. placed second in the M". B.H.S. division and third as O:ie That Means Most lo B.H.S. E-n Lancashire was second Best All Around nnd third in Most Popular division, and Most Popular. J. L. placed third as Best Athlete-. Second and third places in Hi,? Most Talented went to "Biuidv" Brown and Dick Williams and B?.-;t Physique to Harvey Poguc nnd Stanley Hood. Hp.rvcy also placed s Negroes Organize PINE BLUKF. Ark., April 18. (U.P.)—The Jefferson County Negro Democratic Association was formed here recently for the an- filed by the Association with tho Jefferson county circuit Clerk. On the Safe Side MONOGAHEbA. Pa. (U.P.)—The Monogahela Daily Republican, lo- iiounced puriwsc of organizing Ne- c «| newspaper, takes nothinK groes of the county who are eliiji- granted. l)lc to vote and to instruct them In preparing ballots. A request of Incorporation Its 'section listing marriages is headed: was to Wed." forthcoming '•Intentions as Best Athlete, and Stanley ond as Most Handsome. He wns third Mr. B.H.S. and Best Physic^.?. Dickie Williams placed second :'-> Best Dressed and Most Studious. I and Gerald Blomeycr was third Most Handsome and Jimmy Lowe, Milr.t 1 Most Studious. f Constipated? A slave to harsh • laxatives? Head this sincere, un- jsolicited letter. It may ithe help you need! "No one Vinotvs belter Uinn I how ^on- 'clcrtul Ki:l,l.Ot;«'.S AI.1,11HAN is. foro I stm-lcd euttng it rci^ilftrly evcvi ninrniiiK. I lull) In tnkc litMittvm nlinoat nviTi' ii;iy. Hut now, tjtke my word for it. I lu-ver tnko su^h nicdicinei." Mrs. I'. •MncDanel, Houtc I, Dox 370, Abbeville, La. i j Thinlt of itE You, too, niny never have to take another harsh laxative for constipation due to luck of 'bulk in the diet, if you cat on& .ounce of KELLOGG'S ALL- BRAN ever if day, and drink plenty iof water. Do this for ten days, and ithcn if not completely satisfied, send empty carton to the KelloKg .Company, Hattlc Creek, Michigan, i I r ou will get tloitblc yoitr money jOncA'.' ALL-BRAN is not a purgative. It's a wholesome cereal pro- ;vidinK gentle bulk helpful to nor- 'mal luxation. Eat it as a cereal or in muffins everyday. j Get ALL-BKAN at your grocer's. Made by Kcllogg's of Battle Creek and Omaha, Next time you plan lunch or dinner for your family serve a. spring salad and a colorful plate of tasteful Mayrose ready- serve meats. Mayrose Flavor-Laden spiced luncheon .meats . .. pressed pork and pressed ham ... New England Specialty ...Pickle and Pimicnto Loaf...and headcheese ... are always good; Soy "Mayrose Brand" next time you visit your meat market. i§§3^ For a delightful and laity—but easy-'o-prepore— late supper, serve crispy Mayrose bacon. LOOK! THIS LAKE " SIZE MR of MMOUNE PetroletM Wly minor burns—cut*, brtii*- chafcB, abrasmns, IUK! skin irrJIulions. AicUtkealiiig. AND ONLY Landys' Beauty Shop 20011 W. Main St. Phone 3990 Landys Rowlett FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H Webb H\vy. (il at Slate Line Phono: Jilytheville 714 CHICK THEATRE 'Where Happiness Costt So Little" Wnck n»y»: Start* at 7 *. •. Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE 'The Black Parachute' with John Carradln and Osa Massen "Atlantic City" with Brad Taylor and Constance Moore Also Short WATCH THE * - Saturday Afternoon Friday and Saturday "North of the Rockies' wifh Wild Bill Klliolt ( and Tex Kilter •-. "RECKLESS AGE" with Jack Gilfard and Gloria Jeau Serial: "Raiders of Gt^l City" No. 2 Also Cartoon New Theater Manila's Finest Saturday & Sunday, Mat. 1 o'clock Snnd»7 A Tuesday Nlfhta, 5:M o'clock All other nights, 6 o'clock. Last Time Today Vacation From Marriage' with Robert Donat NEWS AND COMEDY for the SKYWRITER LOWERS ...... 3.98 bloom 6n bounds, halt-hats, Swiss icrs form gay chap- straws, ana straw braids. I-lowers form gay chap- Ids or flirtatious lillle "head-gays". Flowers peep beneath your brim or ncsllcjn .your chignon.' Youll .look so gayjn yourjbrigfit new..b'p»n?V' Between 2 & 4 O'C/oc/c (Weather Permitting) If Weather Unfavorable Exhibition Will Take Place First Clear Day When Skywriter (Spike) Keim comes a-calling on Blythevillc SATURDAY AFTERNOON he'll zoom to 12000 feet in the air and then weave a calling card from PEPSI-QOU/V jn,the. sky measuring a mile high and stretching for a distance of 10 or 12 miles long. This card will be easily read within a radius of 20 miles of Blytheville. So if it is a clear day look for him in the sky around 2 p. m. Friday "IDEAL GIRL" with Julie Bishop Plus Serial & Comedy OPEN 6:45; STARTS 7 p. m AIR CONDITIONED Sponsored by T^ast Time Today 'WILSON' Cln Technicolor) Alexander Knot Charles Cobnrn Gcraldine Fitzgerald News of the Day ft Short* Duo to the length of the picture there will be only one show each night, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Friday and Saturday ThunderTown' Boh Stcele Syd Say lor Srri;il: "The Master Key" Also Shorts PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVIILE Local Franchisee! Bottler RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: Box office opens at 7:00; Picture starts at 7:15. Last Time Today "WILD FIRE" (In Gorgeous Color) With nob Stcele. Sterling Hollowly, Virginia Maples and Sarah Paririen. Story of tlic wild horse who risked death to save the lives of two men who'had saved him. Also Two Shorts and News

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