The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1946 · Page 2
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PACE TITO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 10-iO Luncheon Compliments Mrs. Ann McWilliams Bride-elect Honored With Party Last Night Mrs. R. F. Kirshner !Has Her Club, Guests Mrs. Ann McWllllims was guest of honor yesterday al one of tho inos£. interesting affairs of the EpriBg-se.xion when Mrs.-J. 0. Ellis entertained with a bridge lun- Uieo)) at Hotel Noble. M«i Mc\Villiams lelt today lor her home in Long Beach, Calif., niter Spending several months Here witiC her sistfr? Mrs. Cleo Langston. .'-• Grjesls included members o; the Octette Club and a number of other women. From out-of-town were Mrs. Daniel Lev is of New Orleans .houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Morifnger; Mrs. Guthrle King ol Memphis, houseguest ol Mr. and Mrs.' James Hill Jr., and Mrs. R V. Rjegenold of Paris. Texas, house- ^uesi 1 of her son, E. M. Heeenold find family, i Also present were Mrs. E, M. RCK- cnold, Mrs. .W. C. Gates, Mrs. George Greer, Mrs. John P. Rowland"' Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, Mrs.. Cecil Wroten and Mrs. G. O. Poctr. A 'background for club members with or- I Mrs, J. M. Elevens, her daughter, Miss Martha Francos Stevens; Mrs. J. R. Gill and daughter, Mrs. J. M. Stevens Jr.. were hostesses last night at the Stevons 1 plantation home near Ucll with a bunco party complimenting Miss Mildred Whistle, bride-elect of Gerald Ed- \var<is Jr. I-.ntf-rlalning rooms were decorated with anangftnenls of red, pink nnd Talisman rost-s with irises in IhiVp shades, blue, yellow and ]mr pie. and white peanics. Honeysuckle and muck orange blossoms complet cd the selling. Mrs. Smith Hostess To Entre Nous Club Mrs. H. F. Kirslmer v,'ns hostess Mrs. Herman Cross and Mrs. A. with a bridge luncheon yesterday K- Henry played bridge yesterday for members of Thursday Luncheon'unemoon with members of Enlr Club and four other guests, Mis, W. Nous Club when J. Wunderllcli, Mis P. K. mark. Kmltli entertained Mrs. Elian W. Kfrby and Miss Nan- parly, cy Kir.shncr. | lli( , h _ stor<! |>H: The Kirshners' counliy home M IS . CM-OSS .^id was decorated wllu a prolusion of Mowers Including deep red roses arranged wllh white peonlea. Mrs. E. H. Gee was awarded high .score prize when bridge was played and second high went to Mrs. Wun- dcrllch. Guests were served at small tables. Mrs. with Raymond a bridge s awarded high went The bride's table was centered ,wllh n single white rose in n mln-'M Ic aar< t Hnst«.«s |iature va.se and the seven other [TIr; >- "aatS nOblCSS I tables had centerpieces of slngl'.' 'fo Bridge Club Guesls ,red roses. ° I When bunco wns played, high fcore pri/e went to Mrs, Glenn Sitd- Ucr, who recently moved to U?l»; bunco lo Mrs. I.amar Welborn and low to Mrs. Marion Koehler. The bride was presented gilts of crystal In her pattern.' After second lo Mrs. 1C. H. Dickinson. lloses and Easier lilies decorated the Smith home. Mi's. Ivy W .Crawford was pre- rrntcd u birthday gilt by club members. Hell fshmcnl.s of Khoitculie und corfee were served. 1 Mrs. M. A. Isaucs, who In :t. series of parlies is entertaining various bridge clubs, was hostess .with a luncheon yesterday, to members of Thursday Contract Club. Other than club members, guests .were Mrs. Norman Purrlsh ami At The Hospital* Walls Hospital Admitted: James omcr Welch, Steele, Mo. Mrs. C. A. LawsoJi, Luxora. Mrs. J U. Anderson, city. Mrs, Hcagan Mllcliell. Canithcrs- vlllt, Mo. Mrs. L. lloiichlns, city. Mrs. Onie Llpscryinb, hteele, Mo. Doiotliv Moody, Caiulhcrsvllle, Mo. Illyllicvilli' Huspitul AdmiUi'.l: Millllni IteJjnun, Portaueville, Mo. Horn f> Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins, oiy. a son yesterday afternoon. Uisml'iix'tl: 8. n. I'rOftor, Sti-ele. Mo. CK.uiHi' i'- Htnith, ciiy. Mrs. J. K. Circen, (-Ity. Marvin Hall. Luxora. Mrs. Null- Mfi'ltcr, city. Mi'HUi'ns IMpiist liuspilal Admlllfd: " Geoiy.i- Ulake, Osceola. .) It. O'Connor, CaruthcrsvilK 1 Mo. had opened her gifts, Miss Stevens Mrs p< |g ul . Borum presented her a miniature bride. | Lunclleon wlls sel . ved at tll di ,,. Out of town guests were Mrs. j n g room table centered with a and ; guests was formed with or- 1 ,, olm p n ,kx ol' steele, Mo., aunt ol cl - ys t u i j^wl o( ' ,. oses lllul g m .|n" rangements of pastel peonies ami , Jhc b ,. itle ,, nd Mrs . A lex. Cutcllff of Howers'ln cnleiiaining room,-'form" smptiragoas. lAmory, MLss. <<,, background for club iiicmbers The luncheon table was centered i Relresliments of angel food cnka , in ,| BUKi £ rfilhi roses. Hopped with strawberries and whip-I vVhcn b'rlilur . After the three-course luncheon., ,, ftl cl e . lm vvc ,. c served. ' hi'id^c was played in the Colonial | Hostesses were assisted by Mrs. room. High score guest prize was | \j a( \ e ,] t .(fcries. Mrs. Riijiert Craf- awarded Mrs. King and high among i olli Mrs . Wi p. Howard and Mrs.' Mrs. Allen Entertains Mis. Fred Flccinnn, Mrs. Jy:;s(.M. White and Mrs.- J. Farris Mc- Cnlla playetl bridge yesterday afternoon with members of Club Eight when Mrs. H. C. Allen cn- I'tiM'lnliied. I The Allen h"onie was decorated . wllh bouquets of llowi'i's; roses in vui'ied shades and (ironies. When bridge was played, high sroiv priy.c went vo Mrs. II. C>. Purt- luw and second high to Mrs. Fred Flc.'man. To Have Singing Meet The (vmiscot County singini Convention will be held BuiuH": at the church In Vicksburg, Mo localctl loui' miles south of Deer ing. . Singers will worship with church members during morning .services niul singini; will begin, at 1 o'clock. The public is invited, it was announced by II. E. Smith, president. Becomes Bride Mrs. Robert Gee was before her j marriage April 1 Miss Noma llouchln, daughter of Mrs. Helm Houchin. The wedding was sol-^ emniwd at First Baptist 'Church. Hi-lid Ciilll Icr Nev.'s Want Ads. wus members went to Mrs. Cleo Un: Mrs. James Hill Jr., uvni;de(i second. The guest of honor was presented r' hand-painted Portuguese bon-bon ; Qf :iish and each other out-of-town j ^ juest was. presented a Noble Gill. [Bunco Club Guests was played, high scor e prize went to Mrs. F. B Joyner and second to Mrs. G. G. Cuudlll. . . Mrs. Marcum,Hpnbj:ed. With Stiver Party •i .Mrs. Crandall Kinnlnghum ; hostess with a bunco parly night to members of GNIi Club [ and another guest, Mrs. Alvin Lone. f During games, high score prize wenl to Mrs. Boycc 1 Moore, bunco i to Mrs. Lane and low lo Mrs. Byron ! Noll. The hoslcsscs served a ale with a beverage. Supner Dance Given Mrs. John Marcnm wr.s tuest of honor last night at a mipper parly given by sislcr membeis of Alpha Alpha Chapter, Bela Sigma Phi. In the private 'dlrting room of Delta Club. ' A , i I . I i M' 1 L Mrs. Marcum left this nioruina At Hilt LtlSl INlgllt for Gresnvillc, S. C.. where «he and Mr. Marcum have been transferred. Both ttrc> Army "civil Kcrvicfi employees. - A gift wns presented Mrs. Marcum, who assisted in Ihe installation of the local sorority chapter. • Following the supper, the group went lo the theater. Ainoin; those present was Mrs. Frank J. Turck. Mrs. Conway Hostess To Mid-week Members i \ Mrs. Aubrey Conway was hostess was 1 1 to Mitl-Week Club members, all ol last whom were present, yesterday wltli a bridge luncheon. Effective bouquets and arranue- inciits of vnrled shades of Sprlns Mowers, Including roses, diilstos and irises, decorated the home. Guests were served ut the dlnlne table, centered with llmvers. During aflt'rnuon bridge yunies, (irst prize went to Mrs. H. H. llou- chtns and secoiul to Mrs. Tlurry W. Ihilncs. » Mrs . ^SpeckyHostess To Her Club, Guests Mrs. Leon Slieck wns aaaixlrd bunco prize yesterday afternoon v.litn Mrs. J. T. Hiekman enlcr- tained members of Alpha liet.i Bunco Club with a parly. . High scoro prize was - awarded Mrs. Herman Turner and low vrent io Mrs. Hickman. . American Beauty roses and lilies decorated the home. The hostess served a snlad platt: 'With iced drinks. Parents of Son The lirst supper dance of tlie newly organised 20lh Century Club wns held lasl nlfiht nt The Hut with chnrit'r metnbeiK as hosls an<l hostesses. " ^ Thfc nre Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Halscll, Mr. and Mrs. Ollb"vl nnin- tnock Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modinser Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Jimu-s C. Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Leo Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Colenmn Stevens. Dr. and Mrs. Newc-ll G- Jerome, Mr. and Mi's. Ed Stewart. Mr. aiui Mrs. Rnssell llaynes Favr. and Mr. and Mis. Charles Diltncr. The mantfl wns banked with red roses inlcfs\ierst'd with greenery and sprigs of mock orange bins- .-jOius. Ctieciu-ry formed n jilting in th p ball ronm. out a color scheme f ii red, yellow and blue, candles were vrllow iti blue holders and the lable centerpiece wns a bowl of i'«l ruses. HU|)per was served buffet styl< following y brief business session. Guests were those who have l.cen Snvitt'd to join the club. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Mar(arcl Deen Bnalth, Owner Ph*ne S2l« You'll Enjoy Attending THE YOUTH REVIVAL All This Week at THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and Walnut, Hlylheville M. M. M. Weekday Services 7-25 A. M.—7:fi5 A Come by on your way to work or school. Theme ol Suttirttsiy Morniiuv Mctssajfe: Khijitlom Comu." I'l'ayer Grotipn and Junior Clioir 7:00 Evening Servia 1 . 7 ::i() I'HEACHlNCi SIN(i)NO With u V'tiri»4>se . 'I'tnil Inspires WELCOME You'll Really Be Giad You Came ItKV. K. 0. HAKKKR, Kvitnjfclisl Ralph I). Churchill, Stnufr. Mrs. (,'. M. Smart, Organist Rear! Courier News Want Ads. ITCHING ^PIMPLES »- BLACKHEADS SKIN SUCCtSS OINTMENT Cootioiiou* Sho Tint Office Op«n» l:4» Show SUrU 2:«0 t> IUXJN Last Tim« Today Scarlet Street with Kilward (1. Kubuisyu mui Juan Btniietl Paramount News auti Selected Short ('i>iiLlnuuus Showing K ver Saturday • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alkins nrc par- cnls of n 5011 born yesierthiy nder- - noon Hl.BlylhcvllIc Hospital. : Their first child, he IKI.S bi'f;i named Joa Lyn. - Mrs. Alkins Ls the former Miss Geneva McGce of Alierciecn. Miss. STRAW HAT DAY—SATURDAY'; APRIL 27th I.OUKMVS BI:AUTV KIIOV mr> \V. Main Street I'HONK 2M3 f.orone Hamilton Georgia Hudson f; Serial: "Koy:il Mounleil" No. !• and Sliurt ' : Conl'il Shows Sal. I2i38 lo 11:39 Sunday and IMmiday Pardon My Past with I'rtMi Mur^Iumy ^nd • M:irt;uret Chapman Varainount News and Selected Short Continuous showing 1:15-111* 8Y CURTIS NOW IN STOCK ;Suc 7 lo 11B—Sizes T»'/ 2 to 11 yfcC—Sizes fil-4 to 111)1 Trcai yourself to j-hrcr inrvt comfovt in sofi, fl<xi« \)\f l,o-Bo's f An-.ciica'i No i leisure shoe. Enjoy the luxury of tlm fine qnnliiy shoe with iis snug fit at instep, arch ami liccl . . . features m^dc possible by its exclusive patented construction. Lo-Bo'j >\1U be jour ofT-dnty favorit» as tlicy are with counilcw ihousands. r The Family Shoe Store ~ , _, j & Our Collection of Cool Straws and Panamas Heads the Parade! It's time to get under a smart Straw or Panama .. . It's a feather-light heat beater. You'll walk along in the shade of its smart brim with your head well insulated and air-conditioned. Cool Porus Straws . . . 98c- 1.49-1.98-2.49-2.28 Snap Brim Panamas . . . $3.98 See Our Window Display! Matlnen S*t * Baa. Only Boi Office Opens 6:30; Sh.w ttwto 6:45 P. M. Each Evrnln» Opens Sundij ItM; Starta 1:11 Continuous Sh«ww Bat. and Bn Bargain Night T.-rrrf Nl(kt Esecf* N* the 312 Wot Main Phone 2342 I-asl Time Today DOIIRI.K FKATURE Step Lively wltli Frank Sinatra and (lloria de Havrn Portrait of Maria with Itolom Del KU Lawless Empire with Charts Starrctt Srrlal: "Jungle K*14«rs" N*. U and Short Conl'rt Shows Kat. 13:3* ta 11:14 Sunday and Monday Abbott and Costello in Society with Abbott and Co<it*|t* Fox Newn *n Another 'From Me to You' / Letter from Harry Fritzius The Peaceful <?> world of today reminds one of an arena wherein the great and UK' small have gathered lo engage in outwardly appearing friendly contests, but where each contesting Is striving to jaln an advantage und where the weaker are gradually aligning themselves with the stronger, either of their own accord of beciu.s* of pressure and coercion. Some are standing on the $kj» lilies quietly wailing until one or the oilier of the opposing skies develops signs of certain victory, when they will "heroically" jump Into the fray on the .side of their champion, In order to participate in the fruits of victory. This iieaceful "war" seems gradually to Ije crystalizlng Into a struggle between two great [lowers and their followers, namely tlie United States of America and United Soviet Slate of Russia. One representative of the.se two diametrically opposed ideologies, while apparently on friendly le.rms with Ihe other Is continually Jockeying for position, testing Us strength, gathering friends and possible future allies and missing no opportunity lo probe any weakness of the other. While this "friendly" struggle is being waged between the giants the whole world as sijcctulors, looks on with thoughtful interest, and wise men yonder as to the final outcome, One thing seems certain. There will De-no "draw." The struggle will go on lo'ils bitter end which may be open war with no holds barred or .way terminate iix a bloodless, victory by one of the other side. In case of the latter, tlie victory will come gradually by one or the other of the two groat nations changing iheir present form of ipv'einmenl, at least in its main features, lo that of its opponent. HfcREIN LIES AMERICA'S GIIBATEST DANGER AND WEAK- NpSS. l/jok about you today. You will already see many evidences of powerful forces, within our country, gaining strength day by day and insidiously forcing upon our nation, under many Apparently innocent guises, changes which upon closer Inspection liaye a distinctly reddish hut-. Space will not permit u lengthy review of these organizations, the background of their leaders nor the alarming extent of ib*lr victories. It should be stated though, that already tlieii' liilluence hu-s |>erineatcd into almost every branch ol government and in more cases than one likes to admit our sacred Bill uf Bights it.s self has b«cu delilei! and there arc many instances w)iere government has supported these alien organisations by tn- vesllgatiun. persecution and even prosecution' against an American citizen because he has used the very freedom guaranteed under our Constitution lo raise his voice against curtain organ!- /atlon's un-American practices. These organizations themselves huve been allowed to operate under the protection of this same Constitution which il seeks to destroy. Many wise Americans arc awake to our danger. Others, and \ some of these in high places, seem content to "wall and see," awl to wink at dangerous and insidious inroads being made daily Into our American way of life, using the while, the quaint philosophy llittt "WATER WILL KIND IT'S LEVEL,." They will be rudely awakened some day to find that tins "Water" has engulfed our Nation, destroying all thul we have fought for and hold dear and replacing our American Freedom with the alien and strange beliefs of a victorious foreign power. HARRY FRITZIUS "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW." Believe me, this slogan isn't always easy to live up to, but live up to it we do. If you'te looked for PIECE-GOODS recently you'll appreciate how fortunate you are (I'm braggin' againi to have a merchant who can get you the wonderful assortment listed below, that you will find In our store SATURDAY. Don't think lhat these are ALL the SPECIALS you'll find. After all. we can't buy the whole paper. MAKE A LIST OP ALL YOUR NEEDS FROM FLOOR POL'- IKHES TO DRY GOODS AND COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF SATURDAY. , ; 1. Solid attractive colors, in ENITA Cloth. (A better Chambray) 40e Vd. Brown Domestic. (Excellent Grade) 28e Yd. Fine Curtain Scrim 4$e Y4. Heavy Rich Printed Cretonne 1.35 Yd. 2. 3. 4. 5. Genuine Rubber Sheeting. (Double 8. 9. 11. 12|. Coated) 6. Different Novelty Stripe Rayon 7. Printed Rayon Crepe Snow White Cotton Pique Solid Color Broadcloth or Victory Print (Fast Colors) 10. Novelty Print. (Pleasingly Different) . " . . Cotton Print. Assorted Patterns Sheer Rayon. Solid Red or Blue A few more TRICYCLES. The Strongest ever made. Steel Frame. Large Aluminum Spokes and Wheels. Aluminum non-slip Pedals. Adjustable Aluminum Scat. Extra Wide Aluminum Handlebars with Rubber Grips. 3 Roller Bearing Wheels. Large Tractor Type Tires. Made to sell for more than $20. We asked for 100 and received 50. 10 left. Get yours now. No more available. Only . AH Metal, Rubber Tired Scooters. Large or Small Size Prices. Small . Large $5.95. The Best Spring Clip Clothes Pin you've seen since before the war. Saturday only 16. Heavy Stainless Steel Egg Turner Light Aluminum Egg Turner EUctric Travel Iron. Guaranteed 1 year. Coil Heat Unit. Modernistic Design. Four Temperature Adjustments. Will do Heavy Work. Regular Price (O.P.A.) $6.20. Saturday only \.19Yd. 95c Y«j. 93c Yd). 50c Yd. . 3U Yd. 59c Yd. 39c Yd. 91 c Yd. 14. 15. 17. $17.95 2.75 24e D*. 35c 25c $5.50 :30 Store Opens Saturdays Promptly at 8: NO PARKING PROBLEM, (YOU CAN WAIT ON YOURSELF), COURTEOUS. ATTENTIVE SERVICE. YOU'LL ENJOY HROWSING AT KR1TZIUS— EVERYONE DOES! FRITZIUS "Always Something New" 2017 W. Main Phone 3457

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