The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 23, 1946
Page 3
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TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1040 84 At Meeting Of 4-H Council Plans Will Be Made For Play Tournament; Fair Is Discussed There were 84 officers and sponsors who attended the 4-H Club Council meeting Wednesday presided over by Gerald Cassldy, president al the court house here. • Each club expressed an interest U> have a 4-H Club Play Tournament and the details of tills were left, to a committee appointed by the president. This committee consisted of: Gerald Cassldy, John Duclos, Cherie Prcvost, and Tip llol- llnisworlh. These officers will have the privilege of asking anyone from his. or her club to serve with tliem The committee will meet and make rules for the tournament and these will be sent to each club First second and.third prizes will be e i'v- cn and a suggestion was made to the committee that the In-between stunts this year be 4-H Club team demonstrations. The president asked for an opinion to be expressed about the 4-H Club Fair this Fall. Nothing definite was decided except all present expressed a willingness to help with the fair if one is held. L. G. Nash. a Blythcville supporter of 4-H Clubs] was asked to express his opinion and he said that he would like to sec the 4-H Club members all cooperate and exhibit the best lie or she had at the District Pair this Fall. Each year for the past several years during the Summer Jerm of school, a 4-H Softball Tournament has been held and the last few years the club members have enjoyed playing at night under the field lights at the County Fairgrounds. The group expressed a desire to have the run oifs at the various clubs and then to hold the Bl,YTHEVIU,K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS tournament al Blythevillc under the lights, The president appointed « committee consisting of T. R. Ivy, A. C. Owens, and A. C. Duolos, 4-H Club leaders, nnd Nellie Don Ashby of Promised Lund. Clierle Prevos't of Gosncll, Arnold Steward of»Armorel. and Tip Hollingsworth of Yarbro, with whatever assistance they need from their respective clubs. • The president asked the clubs If they would like to have a yearbook nnct have In it a list of the prizes and slate activities of the 4-H Clubs. Everyone was enthusiastic about this and said they would be glad to help with It. Gerald then introduced the State 4-H Club Agent, D. S. Lantrip, former county agent of North Mississippi County, who told the clubs of the various activities which the state was offering for 4-H club members. He said the Mississippi County 4-H Clubs were comparable to the clubs In only one other county which he had attended. That was Pulaski County. He congratulated the older boys and gills for staying In the club and participating in the various activities. J. M. Thomason, Northeast District agent, was present ami entered into the various discussions. Mrs. Hazel C. Jordan, Northeast District home demonstration agent, reminded the girls that the judging tcjims and the swine club were offered to all 4-H club mem. ners and that the girls could compete in these as well as the boys. The president told the various committees which lie had appointed that he would let them know by letter when he wanted them to report so that their recommendations could | be mimeographed and sent to nil the clubs in the county. Dell WMS Meet Held Triplets Born Late Yesterday To Wilson Woman Mrs. Herbert Warhurst of Wilson had been expecting Ihe birth of triplets for about a month, but she was somewhat surprised last night when, the three baby girls arrived at Baptist Hospital two months ahead of schedule. < The youngsters, who Mrs. Warhurst and' her husband have de- dided will be named by nurses at the hospital, were born at T'06 p. in.They weighed about three ixmnds each. Mr. Warhurst, su|x>rlntendent of L«hl Grade plant at Wilson, and'Mrs. Warhurst have four other children. Mrs. Wnrlmrst was reixnted "doing nicely." At the Hospital* Rlytlieville HusplUI Admitted: Carrie Dnvls. Caruthersvllle, Mo Harold Gene Flowers, city Dismissed: John McNcal, city. Wall* Hospital Admitted: Mavis Shirley, Carulhcrsvllle, Mo. Pinnklin Slultz, city. Rhoda Stultz, city. Mrs. Raymond Cole, city. Mrs. Cecil T. Hayes, city. Sarah Wruiington. city. Margaret Bell, city. Dismissed: Harold Rand, city W. W. Hardy, city. 'Audrey Johnson! Portagcvlllc, Mo. Miss Virginia Hunt Wed to Ernest Wray Mr. and Mrs. Oiiln Hunt of M»- illa, Ark., announce the mni'l»g« of h«tr daughter. Miss Virginia Uore *unt of Dycrsburg, Tenn., to Ernest Wruy, son of Mr. nnii Mrs. Will Wray of Tlptoiivllle, Tenn. The ceremony was (wrformed April 6 by Ihe Rev. D. I,. Hill, Bap- 1st minister, at his home In Cor- nth, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Delmus Wrny were itlcndants. The bride Is a irradualc of Dyers- JUi'B Hleli School and attended West Tennessee Business School In Jackson. The bridegroom attended Tlpton- •Ille Hliih School and was Bi'fidu- ited from Jelferson Military Coli-Kc at Washington, Miss. He Inter •(tended Murray Slate Collcnc, Mur- •ny, Ky., and recently was dls- •harKcd after three years 1 service in the Army Air Forces, Deer antlers at one time were a prominent source of aimnonin. The Woman's Mission Society of Dell Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for a Royal Service program. The devotional was given by Mrs. prayer by Mrs. Braxton Gill. Those participating on Ihe program were Mrs. Allen Himlin. Mrs. Sue Hardin. Mrs. Beulnh Whalcv and Mrs. Gill. The croup was dismissed with i to hold the If. H. Crawford and followed witli prayer by Mrs. Whalcy. Let's go places Flying Horsepower 7 SUMMERIZE Now *^ AT THI SIGH OF THI riTIN» RID H 0 R S I Before we start, let's put that car in condition for economical, smooth running with Magnolia SUMMERIZE SERVICE—the seasonal preventive maintenance service that assures better performance and all the FLYING HORSEPOWER in the new MOBILGAS! Magnolia SUMMERIZE SERVICE means a complete check-up of your car's vital parts ... the changing from thinned winter lubricants to fresh, new summer MOBILOILS and MOBILGREASES. It will help your car fight off the ravages of scorching summer heat. Let your friendly Magnolia Dealer give your car this Magnolia protective service now. :, !^vj> The S«ojonof Serv/c» All Cart Htmdl •7 V -^ " ENGINE—Dirly, Ihin/ied winl«r oil dromatl and r*plac*d wWi Ihe proper grade ot Ihe new delergenl MOSILOIL thai cfeont at it ivbricatif . .. a war-proved oil thnl retiili Ihinning und»r high heat, and offefj omazing new cTeontng properriet for volv«», ringi, plilont and beoringi. Give* you a MOftlLOIL CLEAN Engine tKal ii imoolrivr running and mor» sfficient, with new got and oif economy. GEARS —Dfrly oils drained from Ironimiiiion nnd differential and replaced w3fh Freih, towgn MOBIlOll GCAIT OHS cf the lypei and grades to fif iSe maV» and mod*] of yovr cor. RADIATOR— Geaned wild MOBIl RADIATOI flUSH MOHl HYOROTONE added fo KEEP the cooling lyi f em c! . on ond „,. from rujl and icale. CHASSIS —Complete MobilvbrleolEon ol all vital porti, for or*- teclion againil frklion and weor. Nurse Accepts Job As Hostess Aboard Airliner Mrs. Junnitn IMlliml. daughter of Mr. and Mis. Cl. 1). Allied of Kelser, has accepted u position i\n hostess with American Airlines. She served eight months as a Illunt nurse In the Klghth Air Rircu. She Is ihe wife of Ihe late Ciiplaiii Jnmcs Pijllard. Mrs. Pollard | s n graduate nurse frnin si. Mary's Hospital, Hollywood, Calif., and ha:; liocn serving us rioor superintendent al ihe Percy Jones Hospital in Baltic Creek, Mich. Mrs. Pollard luis two brothers, W. M. Allred of Ulylhcvlllr nnd Jesse w. Allied, who served during World War II. Carolyn Child Helps Promote Latin Study Carolyn Child, daughter of l)r, and Mrs. tYcd Child mid H f,lu- ilent. lit Holy Aimols Academy, Jonrxboio, did extensive work last week In the Uitin Week cmniMlgn. Lulin Week h»s been originated In Arkansiui to teach students the advantages of Latin, Miss child nindit bcveral talks nnd speeches nl' the Academy on the benefits of learning the lun- BUUSC. Another pliaso of the piOKram was the distribution Of paslcooard bookmarks with thu words, "Latin Week, of 1940." PACE Trumann Girl Plans Wedding This Summer Mr. nnd Mrs, Willliim Altti' Omt- Icy of Trunnion announce Ihe engagement ot their daughter, Hnwl Adole Dudley, to Wayne Taylor, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Cl. Taylor of Ixmchvllle. The wedding will tiiko place in the curly Summer. Miss Dudley luiciuira me University of Arkansas LI nil was unid- naled Troin Arkansas Slate College. Jonesboro. While <U Arkansas State she WUB u meinlwr of Afrha T»u •Sola, social sorority. Since leaving college, Miss Dudley hat been coin- mcrclnl teacher In the 8**ele, Mo ami Marked Tr« high school*. Mr. Taylor utlctided Arkansas Slate College, where he was a mem- IXT of Kappa aiginn Nu and the Engineering Club. He has recently received his discharge from the Army after serving 20 months overseas. junlne for the ou» compound*. The vitamin originally ' W spelled vltamlne: vita for life, ,\ d.M,,u ....... (St Liquid or TabUto ui-l u» a mild La»ativ. and ?«< al Cold MU.ri M Int.maUr ........ CCS Nou Diop. ot Salv* b»aim to r«U«» inilhn.^4 and couching »r nkH It «t»Uf to bccalU. »'"•>• ulUl '' 1 '"'"' *"«-»•< l compan iMuto Wards Many prices sharply reduced for this sale only! Quantities arc limited in some cases! Shop early for best selection. MANHADWUCI Bllii One man recently «Utod 10 yean he felt like be had.* in hl» stomach Tbte (MU>« VM due to the lump of iiintl«j»>i il ,ta*4 he always had IntUe ot fetat. '8*. wa.i weak worn' out, lm«i|«Hii, swollen with cu and UrttUr 'con. stlpated Rec«nUr he lUrietf taking INNER-AID and *ajn flu Met- Ing like a brick in hta itrmiTli disappeared the Meond day «•%••!« are regular now, gu and he'adacttn are gone and he feeli like" a' Dew man. / • f INNER-AID eonUiru 1Z "Or-»t Herbs; they cleanse bowel*, clew gas from stomach, act on' "'"ttf**! liver and kldmyii. Miserable; people soon feel different all over. •' 80 don't go on suffering 1 C*t AID. Sold by all drug (tore*, in Blythevllle. 124.95 TO $29.95 LADI ES COATS SALE OF GIRLS' WEAR SALE! GIRLS DRESSES Print dresses in sniarl styles, Si/cs 7 to M. While they'lust. Ke B $1 .'J8, Now GIRLS COATS REDUCED! Finely tailored—choice of several styles and colors. Sixes -1, 5 & H. Were $7.98 REDUCED! GIRLS PRINT DRESSES Fust colors, itttmctivc styles. Sizes 7 to M. KCK. $1.00. Hecluced to ; SAVE NOW AT WARDS '\jfi SALE! REGULAR 3.98 CAROL BRENT SWEATERS NOW 347 PURE WOOL SPRING SUITS REDUCED FROM 29.95 . . . "OcflHat new Spring suit, now—for so much less than you dreamed you'd pay! That's whut Wards great siile will do for you! PURSES —PLASTIC AND SIMULATED LEATHERS—NOW J67 V.' $2.29 BOYS PAJAMAS. GOOD QUALITY KNIT / REDUCED TO 1" MAGNOLIA D.o/er Cop,ri 8 h<. I9«, M.gnoli. Pnrolnn Compinr G. O. POETZ MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS Phone 2089 Railroad and Cherry Sn. ROLLON GIRDLES DRASTIC REDUCTIONS TO CLEAR. REGULAR 3.98 ODDS AND ENDS BARGAINS BUTTONS, BUTTONS, BUTTONS! AH colors of assorted spring buttons. Various sixes and designs. Were l()c. Now MATTRESS COVERS, REDUCED! Waterproof. Twin si/.e. Just the Ihintf to protect thill new mattress. Reg. .?'!.!!). Now CAMP COTS Extra sturdy army release cols. Ideal for camping trips or .spare bed for that extra guest . . .' SALE! SOFA PILLOWS Regular $2.7!> pillow mfg. of New Material. Fancy Piijuc covering. l''inc Quality ARCHERY BOW SALE! Genuine Hickory and Lemon wood hows which .sold up to $.1.50. Reduced to SALE! BILLFOLDS Buy now while limited ((iiantity lasls. Genuine leather. Has secret pocket REDUCED! SHORTS FOR LADIES Take advantage of this K. 0. M. value. A hot weather necessity. Uuy now and Save PURSES REDUCED! All purses which formerly sold for $1.98. Illucks, browns, and spring colors STRAW WORK HATS. REDUCED! •Cool protection from Ihe summer sun Regularly 7!)c. Now just SAVE ON FLAGS Show your colors! H U y your flair E> °- M ' "°« ularl " *> 1.47 37* LINGERIE CHEST REDUCED! I'leiily of r.M>ni f.,r undies, sl.nikin.M «. '" " y n(tw Hnd save - SALE! LADIES COATS & SUITS si l os« & i» C0 4 lli , H Which formerl -v sold for *' ''-- ' as!l S>nn 3.77 5.95 2.39 2.88 78* »4, as i! !l S|>nn « shades*. Reduced for I 1 -, t). M. Now ............... RADIO BATTERIES A new shipment of 1 '/i V "A" _ }>o V "H" toiUcry packs. Take full at lv an | a g c ol your radio .............. ALL WOOL PLAID SKIRTS Hediiccd for li. (). ftf.. K CK . $1.«I8. Reduced ROLL ON GIRDLES. REDUCED Hiive on discontinued numbers. Sizes in small, medium, & large. Reg. $2.59. Now" 3.77 11.88 4.98 2.29 1.57 MEN'S WEAR REDUCED PRINT APRONS FORMERLY 79c to 89c. NOW ^ _ j ! SALE! WASH PANTS. Sanforised .shrunk. .lusl when you need them mosl. Ucg. Price §.'i.!t8. Now just . . MEN'S COTTON DRESS PANTS Reduced for E. O. M. Use them In putter around the house. Reduced from ?2.79 MEN'S TIES CUT! Fine palters, formerly sold f or .1<) c . Now SPECIAL! MEN'S SUMMER CAPS Cool, practical caps for dress or work, -priced for K. 0. M. Kei?. price <)8c 2.98 2.23 37* WOMEN'S DRESSES WERE 5.29 TO 7.98 Rayon crepes, spurts, jerseys! Some pure wools! Prints and plain colors, Sizes for misses, juniors, women in the group. MONTGOMERY WARD

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