The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 14, 1949
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*AGB FOUR BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society, /\tew£ AneUa Saliba, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Informal Dance Given For Miss Warth, Fiance I'Mlis Ann Warth and James Purnell, who will be married Tuesday, July 19 at the Church ol the BnmaeulaU Conception, shared Honors at an Informal dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young. Approximately 50 guests attended the affair which was held at the BlylhevUle Bight. Woman's Club last J As the guests arrived, they were greeted by Miss Virginia Qaugli- man and Charles Buford Young. Arranged in the reception room and the ballroom were vases and \fhit«-floor baskets filled with arrangements of spring flowers in assorted colors. Adding to the attractiveness of the decorations #ere the gifts of silver and crystal, wrapped and tied with pastel OJlored paper and ribbon 'and arranged on a long table covered with a" Uce cloth. Later In the evening the honored guests opened their gifts. < • Miss Warth wore for this oc- iSaslon, a yellow cotton frock with a' brown bolero and brown accessories. Her frock was complemented with a corsage of sweetpeas. ; Refreshments of Iced drinks and cookies were served during the evening. . ; Special guests who attended Included, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Warth, parents of the bride-elect. Miss Cecil Cassldy. aunt of the bridegroom-elect. Pink Bennett Pratt, a fraternity brother of Mr. Purnell from Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Mr. and Mrs. William Beard and Mrs. Quln.ton Whit*. • * • Mrs. Matthews Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest L Mrs. B. F. Gay was a Tuesday with members o! the Bl- Monthly. Bridge Club when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. B M. Mathcws at 1217 West Ash. During games high score wenl to Mrs. the afternoon bridge Love Adams with Mrs, John Featherston receiving .second high and Mrs. W. F. Brewer, bridge. The home was decorated with attractive arrangements of summer flowers in various colors. following the games, the hostess served refreshments. • * • At The Hospitals BlTlheville Hospital Dismissed: Homer Pace, steels, Mo. Clara Franklin. Portagevllle, Hubert polsgrove. city. . Mrs. W. A. Pickard arid «lty. Ricky Davis, city. Mrs. Johnny Holifield and city. : C. A. Martin, city. Wall! Hospital Dismissed: : Mrs. Arthur T. Conner, city. Mrs. John H. Smith and biiby Steele, Mo. Mrs. B. A. Cary, city. Mrs Richard Greenwell and baby city. Mrs. Wayne Dill and baby, cily. Mo, baby baby, Program Is Presented By First Baptist Y.W.A. The First Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary were guests of the Business Women's Circle when they met at the church Monday night. There were 12 members nnd one visitor present. The program was presented by the Y.W.A. with Miss Ellse Lewis as program chairman. Topic of the program was, "Missionary Needs of China". The devotional was given by Miss Kathryn Graham. Preceding the progani. Miss Bernice -Overman, president, conducted a short business session during which plans time the group discussed to attend the Y.W.A. state houseparty to be Tield July 23-24 nt Feracllft "Die group was dismLwd prayer by Mrs. Rodgers. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Leo Daniel art he parents of a son txjrn July 11 tt Blytheville Hospital. The couple's first child, he has been named, Leo Nathaniel. Mrs. Daniel is the former Miss Evelyn Hopkins. Mrs. Clyde Drane arrived from her home In Dycrsburg, Tenn., to spend several days here as guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mr. Adams. Miss Elizabeth McGee returned from a two weeks vacation to Dexter and Essex, Mo., where she visited with friends and relatives. She was the guest of a brother. Claude McGee at Dexter and another brother, Wesson McGee at Essex and their families. Mrs. J. A. Leech will arrive Home tomorrow trom Europe where she spent the past several months Mr. and Mrs. Ben Darby Jr are the parents of n son born Monday July M at Blytheville Hospital. He has been nnmcd Ronald Paul. Mrs Darby Is the former Miss Mary Clay Stalling;. Mrs. H. W. Wylie and children Dora nernlce and Heard are spending several weeks at the White House in Blloxl. Miss. Oale Wheeler was admitted to the Baptist Hospital in Memphis yesterday where she will undergo treatment, She ts Die daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wheeler. Her mother and grandmother, Mrs. Jack Edwards accompanied her to Memphis and are remaining there with her. Mrs. D. C. McLean returned from a months vacation spent at Orlando, Fla. and other points of interest In Florida, while In Orlando she was the guest of her son. Major Dan McLean. Mrs. McLean and son. Major McLean is stationed at the headquarters o[ the Mth Air Force Condition of Mrs. w. W. Wntsort who was dismissed yesterday from Walls Hospital where she underwent treatment for a week Is Improved. She Is now at her home at 814 West Beam. Mrs. Watson had recently been dismissed from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis where she wns a patient for three weeks Out ol town guests who came especially to be with her were her daughter. Mrs. Vernon Caro and Peter Williamson of Pine Bluff, Jerry Williamson, of Memphis. Sam Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Redman of Kennett, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. of Chattanooga, and Mrs. Ray Mrs. Bunch Is Hostess To Demonstration Club The Yarbro Home Demonstration Hub met this week at the home of Mrs. Neta Bunch for their regular meeting. There were 13 members present. The program opened with the singing of "America," after which Mrs. Calvin Holllngsu'orth gave the devotional and read a poem entitled, "What Makes A Club." Roll call «as answered by each member telling what she had ac- compolished In the past. During the business session, a sanitation survey wns given by Mrs. Bunch. After the meeting closed, games were played and refreshments ol salad plate with Iced tea was served l>y the hostess. Vases of summer flowers were attractively arranged In the home. Mrs. Doris Robinson will be hostess to the group at the next meeting. Regular Meeting Held By Methodist W.S.C.S. The Women's Society ol Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church met Monday afternoon tt the church for a regular meeting. There were 17 members present. Hostesses were Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle and Mrs. Don Lutes. Mrs. Billy King, president, presided over a short business session, during which time reports were heard fiom the various officers and committees. Following the reports, Mrs. King presented the former president, Mrs. George Stllweil, with a life membership pin ol the W.S.C.S. Mrs. Stllwell was In charge of the afternoon program and chose as her topic, "The United Nations." The scriptures were rnad by Mrs, C. C. Thompson and Mrs. C. M Baxter. Others taking part on the program were Mrs. W. L. Green, j Mrs. Lutes, Mrs. George Shanks and Mrd. Joe Strickland. Dlsmiwal prayer was offered by Mrs. Stllwell, after which the hostesses served refreshments ol a sandwich plate and iced drinks. Sunglosses Free of Smudge, Lint Give Clear Eye-Screening Action THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1949 Jap Brutality Is Denied in Treason Trial SAN FRANCISCO. Juljp U <AP) Alter cleaning classes with linttess wiper this sirl tests lenses by holding her specs against the sun to see it every smudge and scratch has been removed. By Alicia Hart NBA Staff Writer What do you see when you hold your sunglasses up to the sun- scratches, lint and smudges? Sunglasses will do the protective Job for which they were designed only if the lenses are spcck- lessly clean and free from scratches. It's a tiny glasses shiny. Job to keep Wash lenses with warm soap suds at the beginning of cnch day and dry with a lint- Ipss handkerchief or towel. Before you start out for the day stuff a supply of sunglass wipers In your bag and them when needed. Socially coaled paper wipers sold in a handy/ uiatchbook cover container can be tucked in a purse to go wherever your eyeglasses go. Soft chamois cloth wipers will remove smudges but heavy or fuzzy cloth is apt to [enve lint or beclouding specks on your glasses. Most sunglasses come in a case. If yours didn't—buy one! Even the most inpxiH'nsive eyeglass case will protect your sungla=scs from sight- distorting blurs and -scratches. government wttneu th« Tokyo R<*e treason trial derj« the Japanese u»e<i brutalltlo or threats to force war prisoners and civilian* to broadcut propaganda for Radio Tokyo during I he war. Counsel for Los Anjelea-born Mrs, Iva Togurt (Tokyo Rote) D'AflUlno sought in vain yesterday to win from Col. Shlgebsufu Tsu- nelsh; in admission that brutalities and threats were used. Instead he mapped: "No such thing!" The painstaking three day cross- examination was part of the defense effort to picture Mrs. D'Aqulm as a victim of wartime circumstance, stranded In Japan at war's outbreak «nd forced to broadcast. Mrs. D'Aqumo U charged with traitirously broadcasting to United Statw troopi in an effort to hurt their morale and thus Impede tht nation's war effort. Tsuneishl. as the Japanese army's representative, had direct supervision over several propaganda pro- graivs, including "Zero Hour.* 1 Defense Counsel Wayne Collins did win from him an admission that the defendant might have been conscripted Into the army to do radio work if ihe had refused to do it as a civilian. Livestock NATIONAL July MO-MI Ite 31.1I-21.U; some J70- 2M Ibs JO 00-75; good 'and choice 140-110 lb» WJO-JJJ6; 100-130 Iba »-». II; KXWI 400 UK down II.. 28-1750; htariar aows LJ 00-IS SO; stag* 10W-U.OO; boara I.CO-10JO Cattle 1700, ealvea 1000; few good around 1800 Ib *te«rs »»; odd lots good mixed yearlings M75-J8.- J6; few medium 21.00-7350; common ar.d medium cow* 1S50-K.1S; few good cows 17.00-19.00; carmen and cutlers mostly 1100-19.00: e>- tremely thin canners down to 10.00: medium and good sausage bulls 19.00-Z100; cutter and common 17-00-1*50; light canners down to li.OO; good and choice vealers 23.00-27.00: common and medium !».00-2300; culls down to 13.00. Hoi ofttr* Open> «:I5 Sbo« Blare*. ):** Opens Snndii> I :WI: Stjirt* 1:15 Ccnllnnuus Shows Kal & ttaa •artain Mihi t:«en Mihl dcepl MatanU) No pz*ie» honored on Kvndaj Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? ThouUDrf* or C3Lip!M ire *eik, worn-out, rx- buuted Klrly becalm bo'lr tarkj Jrou. For Detr vuu. v!t&JJ:>. try Otuti 'luolc TiW*i(. CunulDi loo. mAy cffd lot p«[»: Conlinuous Shows Box OlTii-e Optus I :45 „ Show Slarls <!:•»> 8:04 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO KI.CN Truin-riay & )'Viday John Williamson Tenn., and Mr. Stanley of Kankakee. 111. Mr.s. Caro nnd Peter and Jerry Williamson remained here for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. .J. II. McHnffey are the parents of a son born July 9 at, Walls Hospital. He has been named. Terry Mike. They have two other children. John Ray and Bonnie Ann. Mrs. Bertha McGee returned from a three weeks vacation tqTpoints of Interest In Mississippi -where she visiled with trends and relatives. She was the guest of her sisters. Mrs. Sara Bert and Mrs. Joe Ward in Ackerman, also two sisters Mrs. A. W. Sugg and Mrs. Wlllnrd Collier in Chester and visited with Mrs. S. L. Wilson and family in Merigold before, returning home. She has as her housegucst. her niece, Miss Kate Wilson of Merigold % Sorority Elects , HOT SPRINGS. Ark., July H. (/1V-Officers of Dc-'.tr. Beta Sigma Sorority were re-elected here yesterday at. the conclusion of a three- day convention. They include Mrs. Rose Marie Dunham, Little Rock, president: Marilyn Hebcrt, Fort Smith, and Margaret Louise Bell. Forrest City, vice presidents: Wanda Bcdeil. Pine BlutI, secretary-treasurer. Cominq Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. Bva Poe will be hostess to tile Blytheville Rook Club. The Avalon Btmco Cub will meet at the home of Mrs. John Clouse. Mrs. Albert Taylor will entertain Ihe Thursday Luncheon Club. The Thursday Rook Club will be entertained «t the home of Mrs. George Sallba Jr. Tlie Fidellis Sunday School Class of the First Baptist church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. T. Barnes for a pot luck supper at 7 p.m Mrs. H. R. Schmuck and Mrs. Russell Wert will be co-hostesser Civic Calendar Friday The C B. C. Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Aivlr Hardy. Mrs. Ivy Crawford will be hostes; to the Friday Rook Club. Islanders Feel Pinch of Strike By Stevedores By I.elf Krickson HONOLULU. July 14—Wi—T >; e 75-day waterfront strike has cut Into everyday life of the average islander out here. But not as much as you'd think. There are cases like the paper salesman—with no paper to sell. He's driving » truck. And eating pol. Instead of potatoes. Or there's Prank May. He's a white collar mar. at Lewers and Cooke, Hawaii's biggest building materials firm which has made two 10 per cent pay cuts. He's told his wife she has to give up the woman who ironed half a day each week. The yard man who worked over the lawn twice a month has to -go. loo. But many people hardly left the pinch from the long tlellp. There's a big segment of federal civil service employes and workers paid by mainland firms. And. of course, the Army, Navy and Air Force people. Their pay keeps coming In. Food relief cargoes provide the Kiwanions at National Convention Publicize Cotton Picking Contest Still photographs of the activities of the Kiwanis International Convention were shown yesterday to members of the Blytheville KJwanis Club at a luncheon rheeting in the Hotel Noble. The pictures were shown by Cecil Lowe, who was one of the Blytheville club's delegates to the convention, and bis son, Jimmy Lowe. The convention was conducted earlier tills month at Atlantic City. N. J. Educational Information pamphlets on governmental and current events \vere distributed, as well as car slickers advertising the National Cotton Picking Contest to be staged here in October by the Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce. F/rty Send Telegrams Commending President WASHINGTON, July 14. Wt—The White House reported favorable response today to President Truman's staples—meat, potatoes, milk. eggs. | speech last night opposing big cuts butter—and nearly any trimminp ; in government expenditure lest they you can think of. if you're lucky '•, increase unemployment, enough not to have had a couple | p, oskiclllin i P ,. css secretary of pay cuts or lost your Job. you charles G. Ross told reporters ap- can eat and live In good style. Two Boys Questioned About Death of Girl FORT SMITH, Ark., July H. {/7>) —The partly-clad body of a IS-ycnr- old daughter of a farmer was founci this morning at Vine Prairie in Crawford County. Sheriff Lalen C. Mocre Identified the girl as Thelma Ruth Bohan. He said her body was bniised and apparently hurt been dragged about 25 feet and left beside U. S. Highway 6* near the school at Vine Prairie. H is between Mulberry and Alma. Moore said two boys who were seen with NIC girl last night had been detained for questioning. The elrl lived about two and one-half miles from Vine Prairie. ' Mrs. Dnisy Ocker, coroner, hnsi impaneled a jury to conduct an Inquest. jiroximately 50 telegrams have been Just the same, the people are j received and that they were "plain- , settling down for a long, hard pull. The striking CIO stevedores and the seven struck slevedoring firms nre as far apart now as they were on May 1 when it all started. The j longshoremen want 32 cents an hour more than the $1.40 they were get- I ting. i ly favorable" to the President's talk. '"Tliey were about six to one In a fi loudly vein and commendatory. " Ilos-s said. lead Courier News Want SALE! Women's Washable KEDETTES In All Ihc Prettiest Colors 3.95-1.05 Values 2.95 Children's Sizes KEDS Completi Range of Colors Up Ifl 3.95 Values 2.45 FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 West Main Phon. 2342 BEYOND THE REACH OF STYLE CHANGES < = ) Victoria in lovely W«t.on Sterlinj[ ii • design of traditional be«uty that wilt never grow old or outmoded. In it> exquijile •crollwork, fruceful curve» and fcotlowt you will xt th« m*tter rr»ft«m»nship that tun made all W«t»oti Sterling known a* "Modern »ilirer with the beauty of old masterpiece*." L«t us show you Victoria. Its cost is surprisingly moderate fix Sterlinj of «uch distinction. FITZPAIRICK JEWELERS 122 West Main Street Blytheville, Arkansas Your Authorized Dealer for Watson Sterling, Dunran Miller and Tiffin Crystal, and Franciscan China. "It Takes Only 3 Minutes To Open a Charge Account" 85OT; market as to 50 higher; most- 50 higher on barrows and gilts 180 Ibs up; bulk ISO-MO Ibs 22.50-75: you're invited to shop in the refreshing coolness of our newly air-conditioned store SUMMER DRESS CLEARANCE NOW IN PROGRESS Feinberg's

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