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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 13, 1948
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SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1948 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEM tit 9 tone -M6I Mrs. Little Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. A. G. Little was hostess Thursday when .she omei'taincd members or Hie Thursday Luncheon Club anrt three guests. Mrs Harry Kirby. Mrs. E!to!i Kirljy ami Mis. Charles Rose. Luncheon wits served at the dining table which was centered with »n attractive arrangement, of Blnd- m-li in a crystal taw]. Other mixed Spring Hun-ors were<! in tiie entertaining rooms of the home. Bits of News Mrs. C. P. Cockle of Chicago, fll is the KIIC.V of her daughter. Mrs. A. R. Olsen, Mr. oisen and son Artie. ' ~ — "• *.*i; uiMiii.-. "*'•• Hncl Mis. A. ft, Olscn retiirii- FollowiiiK ihe luncheon, bridge I cd fro »i Rtiston. La where Mr was played with Mrs. Harry Kirby (Olson attended to business for tluve i ria - vs - Tllc >' ;ll «> visited with friends I Easter Allure Is Veiled PAGE winning hipli score and Mrs. Everett Gee, second hlnh. Mrs. Schcrer Is Hostess To C. B. C. Club Members C. B. C. Club members were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. Cornelius S:horer. Dining the afternoon when the members played rook games, Mrs. C S. Dowdy won high. Mrs. A. \. Hardy, second and Mrs. O. O. Elkins, rooko. Entertaining rooms ol the home were decorated \vith bouquets of Picardy and red gladioli, and the St. Patrick's Day motit was carried out in the other decorations. '1'iie hostess served a sandwich plate witli coflee. Seeker's S. S. Class Has Pol Luck Supper At Church The Seekers' Class ol (lie Fir.;t Methodist church had their regular pot-luck supper Thursdav night in the social rooms of the church. - Rock, before returning Mr and Mrs. Raymond Zacliry and children. Pe eej . Ruth Ami Rav : mond Edward of Little Rock, are visitiDR Mrs. Xachry's parents, Mr and Mrs. E. p. Uardin over the weekend. J. T. Ashley jr., of Monllcelki Ark., s ,,e, u . Wednesday here with his mother Mrs j. T. Ashley Miss Marilyn' D?CII. sltidriil nt the University ol Arkansas. Fay- ettevillc. ) s spending tlie weekend here with her mother, Mrs. George Smith and her sisters. Miss Ann Deen and Enla Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conwav this morning lor iiot Springs^ Coming Events Sociol Calendar Monday Women's Auxiliary ot the First Presbyterian Church will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m, for business meeting. Installation of officer. 1 ! am! R tea will follow the meeting. Business Women's Circle Eight o! the First Baptist Churcli meeting nt 7:45 nt the home of Mrs. Vesta j Rowen on 1301 W. Holly St. i G. E. O. Club meeting at the home of Miss Dorothy Jean Hlg- , Einson, W. S. C. S. of Ihe Lake street 1 Methodist Church meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the church. Baptist y. w. A. meeting with Miss Willngone Daws. Youth fellowship of First Melh- odlst Church Sub-District meeting at. the First Methodist Church In Osceola, 1:30 p.m. W. M. S. of First Baptist Church having Royal Service Program at the church at 2:30 p.m. W. S. c. S. of the First Melho- disl Church meeting in circle groups. Circle One will meet with Mrs. Alfred Williams with Mrs. W. O. Holland as co-hostess; Circle Two meeting with Mrs. E. n. Gee; left I Circle Three meeting at the lioine • ! of Mrs. Allen D. Stewart • - t> •"• ""i oj;i UIK-'. niK.. [ "• »**i^. mien LJ. mcwari, uircie where ihey will spend three weeks Four meeting with Mrs. Ben White- and take a course of baths. | Circle Five meeting with Mrs. W Bin stabbs returned home to- T Oboist with Mrs. W F Brewer day from Booneville. where he had as co-hostess and Circle Six with been a patient at the sanltorlnm for several months. He was met in Memphis bv Mrs. Stabbs, who ; Mrs. J. E. Stevenson. Registration Office O At Bos* for 'Baby Families who live at UM V*Ur«Bi Housing Quarters at the Air Vtn »i:tf wish in eme r their bobta In tlie Beta's Baby Review, mar do W »t the Little Super Market at the 1 base, it was announced today by Mrs. Fred Steadman, who li la iharge of the reglstraUon at th* 'Quarters". The Beta Sigma Phi clubroom upstairs in the City Hall will be open Monday nnd Tuesday, Mar. 15 and IS from 1 to 4 p.m. for town registrants. ^ weekend. He came especially to at- ' , t (v,, Fi-.i wTt Zi-'i"™ '""*",'" The table at which the supper was ' 'end funeral services for his ernnd- : - Methodist Church In -' ~- I fall"- - - - ' served, was covered with a white cloth and centered u'itii a tu'o tiered cake adorned with miniature Easter rabbits flanked by call yellow tapers burning in crystal candelabra. Small nests :nadc of green twr grass filled with brightly col- id canny Easter eggs were placed down the table at intervals. Follou-mg the supper a recreational program was held. The Rev. Allen D. Stewart gave the invocation. Mrs. Graves Entertains ha Beta Bunco Club Mrs. C. R. Graves was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon to members of the Alpha Beta Bunco club and one guest, Mrs. F. C. Cox. Mrs. Graves won high score prize in the bunco games played, Mrs. Paul Wallace, low and Mrs. Joel Francis, bunco. Entertaining rooms of the home held bouquets of gladioli. A salad plate with iced drinks was served by the hostess. in Alpha her. j. H. Smart, who died his home Thursday. Condition of Mrs. Jack Owen, . who was dismissed from Ihe Walls i Hospital Tuesday after undergoing an appendectomy, is satisfactory. Warrant O'ficer and Mrs. J.-.mcs C. Shollp and son. Curtis of Wilmington. Ohio, were the overnight guests last night of Mrs. Pc.ul Hires. They are en-route to Los Angeles, calif., where he will be stationed. Out of town people who HlTivecl today ' Smart are Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr. jSaliba. and children of Greenwood. Miss., | Don Smart, who is a student at ! Mrs. I Columbia Military Academy at Columbia. Tenn., Joan Harrison of Byhalia. Miss, and Mr. and Mrs. Bcttini! ll-.e pace for the parade of Easter bonnets, the gin nt center steps out In a Madame I'atillnc-dcsisncd picture hat of natural leghorn straw veiled wifh black fishnet. A lanpe mesh slim; and bow of white rope Irlm the Kv R Tartar-designed while straw sombrero al. lower lell. Sheer black rnaline drapes and chin-swalhcs designer Jolm-Frcdcrlc.V Mraw-ribbcd hat at upper left. This designer's bin-brimmed lint at lower right, Is of rough natural straw nnd spoils M'ai I-pennants ol mesli. Coarse blnck mesh and n Huge faille bow K |ninori/.c Uiy Daciie's black hfllr straw "fiat-lop" al upper right. Osceola at 7:30 p.m Alpha Alpha chapter of Bcin j Sigma Phi meeting nt clnbroom at' 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Central p. T. A. Executive Board, 2:30 p.m. followed by P. T. A., 3:00. p.m. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting at the home ot Mrs. W. J. Wundcr- lich. Avalon Bunco Club being enter| tamed by Mrs. DcWItt ValiCleve. H. I. M. Club being enter- ui |jtujji^ \\ILU Hiiivt-ii i "• **. *• i»i. ^jiiiu uenig enter- to atlend the funeral of J. H. ] tained at the home of Mrs. George Thursday Byron Morse entertaining At The Hospitals i Program Given -Six Weeks Honor 'At High School Roll Announced By Girl Scouts Dismissed: Mrs. H. M. earner nnd baby. city. Mrs. Himm Proflcr, Flint, Mich. Tommy Gamnitll, clly. Benefit Basketball Game Staged at Dell Gym ^ One of Ihe most, hilarious of basket••"ill games ever seen in the Dell Gymnasium, was the Benefit Ball Game Thursday night sponsored by Circle Three of the Dell Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church. Chairman for the affair was Mrs. M. F. Brownlee. assisted by Mrs. L. M. Moody and Mrs. Cora Greenway. The married women vs. the single girls, the Dell girls basketball team, was the first game to be played. The teams could be -easily identified by their uniforms, one being the black and white uniforms worn in the olden days, the other being the regular gym suits of 1948. Final score of the game, was 22 to 18 In favor of the married women. Players on the married women's team were. Mrs. Mavis Scttle- mire. who In Ihe scoring, Mrs. Bob Henderson, Mrs. John Stevens Jr., Henry Eoff of Cairo, Miss. Blytheville Youth Enters Area Oratorical Contest Jimmy Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, won the Fifth District " American Legion Oratorical Contest at Marion, Ark., yesterday by forfeit from Osceola. He spoke on "Our Living Constitution." Jimmy, a senior at Blytheville High School, was accompanied to Marion by his speech teacher. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm, his parents and brolhcr. Jerry. He will participate In the Area Contest, which is to be held in Jonesboro, Friday, March 19, nnd if he should win Ihe contest in Jonesboro he would then enter the tSatc Contest, which will be held in Little Rock. Marriage and Divorce Law Changes Advocated LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. March 13. rUP>—The non-political Arkansas Legislative Council was on record today as favoring pre-martial health examinations and revision of the marriage and divorce laws of Arkansas. Composed of representatives from 19 statewlcie organizations, the group considered legislation here yesterday it will sponsor in the 194!) General Assembly. Also suggested -- - -.^.^...j ~..,,were increases of welfare grants, Mrs. R. B. Crawford. Mrs. Ophelia I revision of election laws and cs- Boyd. Mrs. Gerald Edwards. Mrs. tablishment of an Industrial S-' "— ~ Oral I members of the Thursday Lunch- I eon Club. ! Mid-Week Club meeting at the [home of Mrs. Cecil Shane. Oclelle Club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Jolly Eight Club being eiuer- tained at the home of Mrs. Wendell Eaton. . Pathfinders Class of, the .First Methodist Church having class party at the church at 7:30 p.m Friendly Eight Club meeting at the Ellis. home of Mrs. Gene Friday Mrs. Lane Nowcll entertaining Alpha Beta Bunco Club, Chapter N, p. E. O. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon and Mrs. C. M. Smart, Saturday Miss Jane Castlio and Mrs. Garth o'clock honoring Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, the former Miss June Gos- ncll. i Cotillion Chib will have theh ' monthly dance. 9:00 p.m. at thei Legion Hut. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mr. and Mrs. James Roy. Civic Calendar Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL YARDS. March 13. (UP) —Livestock: Hogs 550: market 25 In 50c higher than yesterday. Top, $23.50 for 180-220 Ibs.; packing sows, steady; i top, $18.25; piss weighing 1.10 to Iflo; Ibs., 25 to Me higher: lop. $'_>2,50' compared with close last week, barrows and gills 50c to loc lower; sows. 25c to 50c lower; top for week. $23.1f]; late top S23.25, mostly for weights under 220 Ibs. Cattle 200; calves none. Compared willi close last week, good and choice steers and heifers weak to 50c lower: common and medium grades alone with nil cows about steady after losing early week's gains: bulls ilc higher: choice veaiers. $3,up; lower trades steady to $2 lower. Tops for the week- choice 1077 Ib. yi-arliw steer. SH8 50' choice 1223 Ib. steers, $28.25: top good and choice H38 II). mivcd yearlings nnd 033 Ib. heifers, S'2[i, r ;0: one small lot choice 10:.I Ib. mixed vear- A progrnm on "Intel national 1'rionclship" was |)resented at. the high .school audliorlum Insl night At Junior High Announcement Is by A. E. Caldwcll, iiiiule today piinclpal of In ancient Greece, were considered shrines were built according Co the Urlliumlca. sprlhRs often snored nnd nvound them, Kncyclo|)etlla • M. JIIVIILUL-!* of the Girl Scouts nf junior high school, of students who L STOCK- H'ythcville Joining other Girl Scouts ' mnde Ihe honor roll and honorable ') — (USDA) n[ America in celebrating their 30ih : mention for the llrst six weeks of j birltiday (he week ol March 81 Ihe second semesler. Women's Ctub Head Tours Missouri CAEUTHBRHVILLE, Mo., M«JV 13.—Mrs. Morrcll DeRelfn 8r' president of l) !e Missouri *w*r»- Jlpn of Women's Clubs, left her* llim-sday [o attend a State Ti<;r- ouosls meeting, after which sh« will visit various women's club* of Ibo jitnte In licr official capacity us slntc president. Lust WCCK sue wa» guest of honor In Kansas City and St, Loul» o( (lie federated clubs In those cl- llos. nnd also conducted a Stat* Board Meeting nt which plans were made for Ilia Triennial Convention o be held In Springfield, Mo., May During her visit in Kansas City, she was guest speaker at a luncheon given ror president ol nil federated clubs of that city, and was Interviewed on Radio station KCMO on the program "Women of Today." Mrs. DcRelen has served th« Slnle Federation lor three years u president. Her term will, b« conv- plctcd nt the Springfield convention. I through M. •n e B nmnv..,, r.,,,, i i i r - J Tllosc mnkll 'B Ihe honor roll from 1 he pioBiam consisted of musical',],,, Kcv ,., u h „,.„,!,, .,.„„. u,,,,,,i,. Mrs. Join prelud( llldbliry Troop 1 seventh grade were lionnl. ^CormlA '" AMci'MrSc, Shirley Lovelace and Laura Hornby, -re with Mrs. C. A. Taut and Mrs. R. Larry Dnker, Doris Bell, Hobby Orsburn. nlngham, Mllly Ann Imline Hill, Martha Wilson. Allend W! Dean. Betsy Charles Kin- Junior 7:00 p.m. Monday Chamber of Commerce Cora Greenway, Mrs. Oral Hunicutt, Mrs. Charles P. Kennctt, Mrs. James Tidwe.ll. Mrs. Helen Sanders. Mrs. Dub Boren, Mrs. Bobbie D. Harriin, Mrs. U. S. Blanken- «ip. Mrs. Raymond Keeler and rs. Noble Dixson. Charley Ruth Blankenshlp led in the scoring for the single girls team .Other players were Ann Mc- Dcrmott. Charlcne Armstrong, Settle Jo Johnson, Ella Mae Dixson. Vircna Moody, Janeltc Henderson. Nora Simpson and Bonnie , ,. ..„.,.,.- . Sherphcrd. ing of the Blytheville Junior Chain- ' In the game between the mar- Der ° r Commerce Monday night in i ried men and single boys, the I tlle . Ja S"cce club rooms at Fifth and ' the final score was 34 to 28 in! Main favor of the single boys. Players on the married men's team were John Stevens Jr.. Raymond Kcetcr. Hennon Keeler. k. B. Crawford. Malcolm Griffin E. H. Pruitl. Russcl Gill, Dub Bor-1 NEW YORK, Mar. 13. <UP) — en. Oral Hunnicutt and Charles' sha11 Fieid ' Chicago publisher. Kcnnetl. • I will give up publication ol Ihe Single boys players were Ira Rav' neMspaf)c ' r PJr °" March 26. it was Gills. Dallas Brownlee Milton' an " cu " cc<l l3tia - v ' a "d publication Greenway. David Boren ClenV 2 c UWoid allcr lhal date will Whistle Jr.. J. C. Garrott' Henci-v' f^ pend °" whether members ol Gosa. L. M. Moody Jr. and Bobbv ,V^T^ rtmmca » Newspaper Guild Simmons. ' _ . ' anci ? llew °wner can agree Noble Gill coached the ladies games and Bob Henderson was' for Megro Girls. The council bears the same name of a similar group set up bv the 1947 General Assembly. McMath to Address BlytheYille Jaycees Sidney McMath ol Hot Springs, prosecuting atlorney of the Eighteenth Judicial District, will arrive here Sunday night and will remain here Monday to visit friends. Mr. McMith will address a meet- PM Publisher Ready To Surrender to CIO Lion's Club. 12:15 p.m. American Legion. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club, 13:10 p.m. Olrl Scouts of America Lone Troop 8:00 p.m. < Thursday Rotary Club, 12:10 p.m. Osceola Events Sunday Mississippi county Sub-District Meeting "at the F^rst Methodist" Church at 2:3o p.m. Monday . lings. $27.50: good cows. $22: good beef bulls. $23; good sausage bulls. $22.50; choice vealcrs. $30: Rood and choice 851 Ib. feeder steers, S2-1.- 00. Bulks for the week: choice steers. $27-28.25; low In top good, S25-S2G.75; medium steers, S2.1- $24.75: limit number comoion to low medium steers. S20-S22; good and top good heifers and mixed mrdimn, — medium $17.50-$20; good cows. S20.r,0-S22; common and medium sn.50-$20. yearlings, S24.50-S26., r )l); $21-$24; common t,i low Troop Four nnd One with Mrs. Glenn Ladd. Mrs. Hugh Wbltsitt. Mrs. c. A. Tnnt and Mrs. R. A. Gary ns leaders, presented a friendship ceremony. "Ij)ulslnnn Cial." a folk dunce, was presented by Brownie Troop 12 with Mrs. Leonard Johnson nnd Mrs. Ted KlriR as their leaders. Troop Two under Ihe dlrcc- lion of Miss Sunshine Knight gave a cliornl rending and the "Swccdlsh Klnp Dance" was given by llrownlc Troop Five led by Mrs. J. M, Miller, Mrs. ClilTord LcPlanle and Mrs J !'. Garrolt. Mrs. Coady Eaton and Miss June Ktircs presented Troop Six In a "Bull of the Dolls" followed bv! Brownie Troop Eleven dancing the ' "Virginia Reel" under the direction of Mrs. Clint Caldwcll Jr.. nnd Mrs. Cecil Graves. Troop Four presented n skit entitled "A World to Let." pointing out the Impossibility of Students making honorable Mention from the .seventh Krndc were Linda Bunch, Carlene Kcniey, Sandra Long, Mnx Hill, Heard Wylle, Stanley Zellncr nnd Shirley Wade. Those from Ihe eighth grade were Clovls Oaraelt. Sophln Ilrlijhl, Wlunicbeth Buckley nnd Don mi Sue Gore. " Southeast Missouri Band Association Has Meeting CAR-TKBRSVII.LK, Mo., Mar. 13.—The Soulhcast, Missouri Band Assoclntton, Soiilhcrn Division, held its regular meeting Wednesday of liiis week at the Wiudcll 'High School Gym. Seven bands were present n;ul participated In the program, including Kennelt, Hayward. Gideon. Bragg City. Wnr- dell. Lllbourn, and Portngevlllc. The assembly begun at 0:30 a.m.. j with each -" -- ' ' • Postal Authorities Seek \ ^°'l^ ^ i(slu Fraudulent Money Orders Blytheville merchants were warned Girl Scout good-n.-giit circle. ercans were warned c . ~~ today to he on the alert for a woman Singer Marries Hero w who has been raising money orders, Postmaster Ross S. Stevens reported. The woman, using the name of Helen Walker, cashed three money orders nt Lincoln. Neb, March «. The orders hr.d been raised from under the rfl- ; |ng one number during the .miss Glenn Lndd and , band rehearsal. The reiimlnder ol the numbers were conducted bv by the , Mrs. G. O. Wilson, guest condnclor from the University of Missouri. The noon meal was served .|n the Wnrdell Cafeteria, nnd after lunch each band gave a 15 minute program- After the evening meal, a mass band concert of 300 members was given. Baptist Church a! 2:30 pm. W. 5. C. S. stub'y course. 2:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Clmrrh. W. Y. A. meeting at the hnme M Miss Eva Belle Lamumi at C:flO p.m. Junior Progressive Club meeting at the Community Hou.^.c at 7:30 p.m. Mississippi County sub-District *ing at the First Me'.hodist Burn, the neroic pilot who saved her life after a Lisbon air crash five years ago. were honeymooning today. They were marrlcn hero ycsler- oay in a simple ceremony at the home of friends and ; c ft mmiccll- alclj for a two-weeks honeymoon at nn undisclosed place. Bittner Intant Buried Bon Office Opens «:30 Klinw SUrls <1:45 Opens Sunday 1:00: SUrts I:1S Ontlnunus Shims Sat. * Sun. Bargain Nlgbl livery Nlijlit Kxreiil Kuturrtay No pusses honnrril un Sunday & Koxy Thentru Saturday Apache Rose with Roy Rogers nnd t);\lc Kvans Serial: "Cnnailluti Mounted" No. 4 null Sluirl C'onl'd Sh«iwj Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday AlAN I ADD ii d«tp in danger d««p»r in lov« FITZGERALD «, PATRIC KNOWLES • Iihn Hoyt kfi»ilMaulT FIClUtE Foi Newi »nd Srkrli-d Hliurt Cont. Showlnf Sunday 1:30 HI lltflfl Continuous Shows Every Day Ro* Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 '•LISTEN TO KLCN )0 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:31 p.H. SATURDAY Western Union with Robert Young and Randolph Scott Serial: "Brick Bradford- No. U and Short Cunt. Show* Sat. 11 a,m.-l!:3» ».«. Sunday and Monday _ i. 'r"i Paramount News and Short Cnnt. Show Inn Sunday 1:30 to 11:0 COMING! March 17-18-19 Scudda Hoo- Scudda Hay with June Haver and I.on McAlllilw This picture Is being world premiered March 1ft In 329 theatre over slv states. ....... •' I "ittin,., .11 LJJU c J.V.M.U. Royal Service at the First I Church at 1:30 p.m. ° f ° npl0 r j '" lcnt ° f PM by Picld Bcoks You Should Study or Read ! t Q IVn.,-1.1 » !..» ISIS Worlil Almanac The Secretary's Desk Book Smith's B;ble Diclionarj Ksintrcc Conn I y Beyond Those Hills House Divided Mcil Orders Filled Promptly Tri-Stote School Supply Blytheville So. 1st St. Grave-side services for George Wilson Bittner. son of .Mi. and Mrs. Charles Bittner, who wn.s dead at birth yesterday at Walls Hospital. •• i were conducted nt 1 o'clock this «i nn i «n n „„ I afternoon at Klruwood Cemetery. S .00 to SOO.OO, and were cnshcd at.The Rev. Harvey T. Kldd pnslor ol clothing stores. The, woman Is about the First Presbyterian church ol- Jr>. white five feet. 10 inches loll. Delated. ' ."in weighs ICO pound.v. For Mtmll- The child Is survived only by par- ii! „ wns " slllc a Nebraska! cuts. Holt Funeral Home was ,n diIvors license. 'charge of arrangements. Now at Owens' You Can Get Those SIZZLING Yes, theres a new treaf here for those who like those sizzling, tender, juicy steaks ... and better still, they'll be served KVKRY DAY at Owens I.unch Counter. Come in and try one... You'll s;iy it's great! Owens Drug Store LARGE OFFICE SPACE Upsfofrs in new building, T10 S. Fifth. Across street from MidWest Ice Cream Company. Can be divided into several small rooms. Ideal for doctor, lawyer, or insurance business. Will ar- range to suit tenant. TON LITTLE REALTY COMPANY 118 North 2nd St. Phone 861 r-fT 1 D- WHY? Spend back-breaking, brow- perspiring days . . . enslaved fty your washtub ... in an inadequately heated, dismal unfinished basement? TRY! . . . bring your wash to our (.mindly. At the drop of s hat . . . presto! Sparkle— Clean wash and linens. Betteh than ever -before! Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418

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