The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1946
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P^tiETWO I BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Baptist .Seniors Honored . At Breakfast Party Today Affilri'cbmpllmerilihg members of the BlythevlU^'High School graduating cuiss started loday wllh First Baptist Church honoring seniors of thin church. •A-breakfast was given for these seniors »Ilh guests also' Including •=}vera! faculty members nnd 3n;>- adult leaders'afliliatcd willi the •oup. '- <. »';,; i i :• £i olijnd •Jth'its'lullp*. windmills af.a unlquefcosluiries," wns tiic Hieing of the breakfast party given lii the rooms of Hie clnirch wll.'i .111 'attractive selling. Invitations to the parly were l;i the'Dutch shoe Iheme lo announce Uje" occasion. ,The T shape table-had centerpieces of windmills, complete to t!ic revolving wheels, arranged on llmi Kjeen ruffled table runners. yrhese were flanked with "beds" of tulips'and also adding to deco- r^lldns .were souvenirs place cards booklets which contained Ihc program and menu. ' irAll of these were handmade, along wath Dutch caps presented llic saests, which they wore.' JAIso marking* the places were gifts of Inspirational books, presenlcd by the chuVeh. ; - • • ,|As breakfast was served, nn I f<Vmat"Yroeram entertained 'Hie present. . ' , > . ;T"he , Rev. E. C. Brown, paslor, said .the dedicatory prayer before Mtas.-Pearl.-Lee.welcomed UK; sen- Degrees Are Received At Sorority Banquet Members of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta slgma Phi received the Ritual of Jewells b.«- gree iRsl niglil I" n formal ceremony Hotel Noblo. Another fea- . iors^-and other-' TfiVjrtsponse was In "piuslcal '" 1 '" lure of ihe evening were Inltte- lioii services for .pledges. Tlios c receiving Ihc degree were Miss Almeda Berry, Miss Arm Decn, Miss Eulopla Whltworth, Mhs [Joyce Wall, Miss Betsy Buchanan, Miss Dorothy Cross, Mrs. Ted Ly«' ler, Mrs. Dick Watson, MLss Ethel Gcodncn Miss Peggy Dujurski, Miss Uillie Jean Abolt, MLss Eva George, Mrs. Isaac McKay and Miss Kay Mcllwaln. Miss Sallba, who al 4 ready holds the degree, conducten services, nested by Mrs. W. L. Ilorncr, sponsor, in presuming pins. Inltlnted ln(o the rs. Lloyd Stickmon Has Her Club, Guests ,- Rotes and peonies In the Lloyd Stkknibn home, «1« West Walnut, formed a setting for members of Tue«d«r Bridge club and other i'guejts yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Sllckmoh was hostess'with a brldje party. ' When brid«* wag played, high score prize wenl.lo Mrt. Hiley B. iJones of M»ulU, untt second lilgh to Hrs. A. B. Wetenkainp, a guesi, Another «u*sl »»s Mrs. Jame.s Roy. The hostess served a salad plate. • • • Mrs. Francis .Guest ... At Double C Party i Mrs. BUu S. He»lh an<l sister. ,Mlss Franc™ UtUe, entertained Lynn Jackson, Carolyn ' Mrs. Ann Whlltlii'glon, Miss Emily wixson and Miss Veriv c.ooil-. rich. .Miss Peggy Downing. will tie initialed later. . . . ' Miss Salllm also conducted initiation sen'lces, nssislt'd by >lrs. Homer. Each wiis presented • '» mcmurr.shl|> pin and n yellow rose, the sororlly flower. Cciuerlng Ihc officers table was a low crystal bowl of yellow roses, Ihc sororlly flower, nnd while snap-' (Iragoj)s. ' ' Miss Enlifoii' served as toastmistress nnd introduced speakers. te»se«.j,'' •• t CtfUier\nf (h«- Ublc' for the guests WM a 1 low: cry.lal boW.of red roses and :«nge: Throughout the bornev: w erei bouquet of f lower*..-" garden Wed To Officer Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. E. R. Dickinson hwitMs to Entre Nous Club. Mrs. Loy Welch entertains Oc- t*tte club- Mrs. Byron Nail hostess to GNB Club. Mrs, Paul Jobe entertains Club Eight. , Mld-wce!c Club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Halne*. . Friendly Hook Club guests of Mrs E. B. ctillwood. Blyihevlllt; Choral Society meet ing at City Hall for rehearsal, 1:30 o'clock. Gleaners' Sunday School Class of i First Baptist church meeting at Die home of Mrs. J, w. Rayder, 1101 West Holly, with Mrs. Max l/)|jnii cohostess. ITUDAY Junior Fellowship o f pj rst Meth . odUt Church meeting gt the church. May Fellowship Luncheon, Council of First Women, Hotel Noble 1 p.rti, ' Dorcas Sunday School class of F?r»t Baptist Church meeting at luncheon " UHllg "°°" "°" r <°'Mrs c. A. Cunningham hostess to Chnplcr N, P. E. o. Sisterhood With Mrs Hlley B . Jone., of Manila as co-hostess. Announcement has been jnniie of the niai'r ingt of Miss Mary Ann Wilson, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. _gead Courier News' Want Ads. second to 'Miss IJtlle. ' ' i. - '• ..p. .. « :». .., , ' inS': OOfl 'IS iNattied by cojiJservaBon Hwver giving "Winds of the Past J.t*:. Harrison, "Arms;of Hie Pics- eiffi" .nnd Mtss.-.SJafy.Vnrt'Snced . SC i. v | n8 ltj; '"^wera of the Future." -.< »us he song "When You Wore a '. •9" born lo' Mr. and Mrs. . **• R-.Akl«;8atiirduy at Blythevlll; Thc welcoming addre-w was given i;* < *P*H« 1 -hm • been named .David >• Miss Peggy Bujarski and- Mr*. I ?W n f r '-,'•','\ -.'... , ' .Tne> ; ar« parenli of another .toti, Gertrude Tc{1 Lj . ster mikdy briefly on'lhe '" D "" liisloiy of Hela Sigma Phi. pointing out lliat organization Is ob- xcrving its 15lh anniversary. She lol<| memliers lhat llils sdrorlty Is ~ a ,,,, ) . - , . j. _ now iiuernallonnl will) chapters In TTBIP was sung by Miss- Frances variol|s pni . ts o[ thc Wol1d . S^use, Missi Joyce Damon/Qrnrty; , Misfi El]lo))i ., ww i wol .t h gave n Maeee niid Harry Farr, will, Mrs. Ioflst .„ .. ' v!ctol . 1( j. IS rtriri L'f ct . Farr as ces, peace and the United Nations." ^' na " ^ r C, S| "! kC .°-", "? ! ! n • Miss n<--tsy D.ichanan.mid a let- Dutch Conquer Obstacles"" befmo jn addition to also present were the senior, gussl.s, ,, -/e Miss Rosn Ilnrdv M)fs Limn B. Wllhelm, Miss EfTJp Ldft Terrell,' MLss ^Pi'ances Bowen, M^..Luclen E. XJoleman, Karl Wa- d«4pfulil, and -Mlsi Prniices Swnfr forS of the. high School fncnlty;-llie' RW. E. C. Brown, p.istorj'v-Ah'li^ Hipmari Jr., Rosco Craftun aiVd RManct BLshop,. frohl the- church. The committee m chn'rge "was mjfle up of Mrs. Marion Williams, MM Jim Crttfton, Mrs. Rosco Crnf- to;»; Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mrs. Charles P«n, Mrs. E. c: Brown. Mva. flus- . lor to the chapter from Walter Miss Almedu Vemon' R«y r 10. Mrs. Ellis Hostess >. to GEO Club, Guest J. B. Wilson of Joiner, to Lleui. John T. Wlllett. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Wlllett, also of Joiner. The wedding was .solemnized March 2 ut West Memphis First Methodist Church by lh e n e v. Kennetli J. Sliumblln, pastor. Meetings Cllic•kasa^Yba I/xlge, 1. 3. 4. niect- liiB In special communication tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at the hull, lit which lime there will be work In the third degree; announced by H. R. Alkeh, worshipful master. Courier News Want Ads. Mrsi J. :C. H1U Jr. was hostess. -r Monday;nl||tit to members of the' GEO Miss CJyb and one olher gucstl JOlllLIOll.' ng roonu of the Ellis I Barfleld were decorated •• * wlth'-'nMn and peonies. Bwry RIKI Mlw); 'WKeW; bHdge was played, high Joyce Wall led the Kro<iP In sh'lf-, score , "ptlze welH to Mr.i Ann ing, "Hu;ul lo Utoplii," 1945 priie winning sony \vrlllcti for lhe "ur- L. S. Mctlwxlist Women Meet For Bible Study Th c Hev. Bales Sturdy, p^lor ot Lake Street Cluirch. was in charge of .the" devotional Monday afternoon nt the " churc|i A .sandwich plate tirlhfcs ;wa.$ served. effPorr. Mrs. *!. B. wWs'on an<"\ Wonian's Society of Christian Sery- ii|. J. W. Shouke'.')ri i uV.i'CTimeeting n t yie.chuich. , , . ,; : iM|ss Rea Entertains Ha-'C.lub, Five Guesis rs. Roy Rea was hostess al her ,e yesterdiy afternoon with nl^ils text, was "Thy Will be Dohe ie party honoring Mrs. W. L.Ion .Earth." •lips of Little Rock and Miss Wil- | Mrs. sturdy discussed "Man VRe- Phillips of Newbern, Tcnn.. -'' :iiesU of Mr. and Mrs. Victor 'Divine' Brothcflihod : of Qod' was the lesson for which 28 •nie.iu- bur.s nnd tu'o ijitcsts, Mr.s. I^acy Oonlnn and the Rev. Mr. Slurdy. attended. . ", Thc Rev. Mr. Sturdy read part of tlic sixth chapter of Miitlhew aiitl to God." Mrs. Geoige Slll- woll presided nl .the brief business session thnl followed Die Bible three tables ^ol guests In-jslucly. members of BonVjle Pour i Tlic group were adjourned by dge Club nnd Mrs. Bernard Jag.'pealing the Lord's Pruyer. Mrs. P^nnk Grecf nnd Mrs. t Cockerell.' he Rea honie was decorated wllh atthictive arrangements of bufe of various shades and Spring florfers, in vases placed lhroiighou\ entwlalriihg rooms. ». nflemoon bridge games, high scoje,prize among members wcnl to;.Mfs. Joe Hughes nnd nniung gu««s to Mrs. Jflggers, also awarded a traveling prize. ^Cond.hign in the club went to Mtt. T. J. Barnes, nnd traveling to Mw. Joe Hamby. The hostess served n salad course. WhUlihsfon aiid brldgo to Miss Lynn Jjickspii: with iced ears- H«ad courirr Ne*s Want Ads to Hove Fish Fry • A -rtsh ; fry'•'tonight, 7 o'clock, at the Armory, will 'be for city officials, policemen, hremen and llielr wives. •.,"',!, To-'be-'In- chaYge ire M. "filt*. ' Jodli L. vNubers, Percy Wrljlrt.' Rupelt 1 Crafldi aiid Prank LAftt NEARLY CHOKED WHILE LYING IN BED— • DU|fpStbMACHGAS One lady said a few days ago thai sin- used to be afraid to go to lied at night. She was swollen with stpniach . gas, "which always gol worse when-she went to bed. urid ^Ue fc m would (rite up in her throat afUr »h«; iky, (kjwii and would nearly choke her. She couldn't lie flat. -Had to Virop herself up on pillows., Recently this lady got INNER-AID and now says BBS Is $one, stomach feels fine, bowels are re.uiar a,hd '»he can so to bed mid M() noundly. jNNERr'AJD . contftins 12 Great H(rbs; Uny. cleinse bowels, clear gas from-stomach'; .act on ijlugglsh liver »hd ( :kldiieys. Miserable people sodii..feel different all over. So don!'. IP on »u*trin«! Oet INN?RAID. SoW bs; all.druK stores liere In: BlytMeYllle. Landys' Beauty Shop 2003 W. Main St. Phone 3990 I.anctys Rowlett FEET HURT? Relief Guaranteed or Your Money Back! New, Sensational Velva-Sole Arch Restorers \V1II In most ca«ea. ulve complett i-elltf oJ nearly al) types of com* mon fool ailment.* sucli an woak- «nc<l arches. metat»r-sal cMlouscs, pressure from corns. Itf palna, •ore heels, weak pronnteil niiMeii. EXPERTLY FITTED FAMILY Shoe Store 312 W. Main riionr. Z342 Spectators Tan Calf and While KM with Medium Hrrl $6.00 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Ut us figure your total contract includ ',9 •flvor* S«rvict and Rtpair on wiring and accet- »orm. Appliance Repair. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. n« So. »«e. pk*«e 1971 l.ORKNK'S BEAUTY SHOP ';. I*J5 W. Maia Str«i PHONE 284S Lo'rene Hamlllon Georgia Hudson Will Present Program Of Songs, Violin Solos The A Cappella Choir of Missouri Central College, PayetU, will present a program tonight »t Ca- mlheisvllle First Mclliodisl Church. Under the direction of Prof. Luther T. Spiyden, Ihe choir will sing numbers ranging from Paleslrlna, Italian Renaissance master of con- Irapunlal writing, and Bach, to works of contemporary American composers. Also featured will be .Polish, Italian and Russian melodies and the Appalachian folk carol, "I Wonder as t Wander." Presenlallons will Include melodies such as "Summertime" and a Fred Waring arrangement of "I^t My People Go." In addition lo songs, there will J* n violin solo by Wanda Grace outstanding violinist In Swiney Conservatory, and a reading by Lillian French. VII.LANOVA, Pa.—Hen Donoliue, Vlllanova right-hander, fanned 19 butters in the first nfne Innings he pitched this season. The Poultry Market as furnished by W. T. DAVIS Poultry Co. Hens — Today — Cox 23c 16c 1711 W. Vine - Blytheville f HEN YU SHELL . elegance t»f your it*tl* oitd Mf» ;; ; definitely a neto ( shads ;;; a BheU with just a *" •*-.¥ vree touch of dare! V'vi I.UU.S.4. IR-BY DRUG STORES Main at Second—Broadway—Division You're so lovely in, CHKN YU ' — - x t-CTZ<^3'i>tX^2_M »2 IKIRBY DRUG STORES :' Main at Second—Broadway—Division Wher* Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange lo have your ; remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Aak about this plan. If^FLOWER SHOP t .TJD. Scnio* We nettrer AnywtMn rk. «•! Mrs. t. ML <MM) WMtanw, cwaw OkMM BUc. THE Blytheville Choral Society Under the Direction of Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston Will Present Its SPRING CONCERT on Friday, May 3rd, 8:30 p.m. in "Y" AUDITORIUM ((•TTY HALL BUILDING) . Mrs. Murray Smart, Accompanist Students SOc —ADMISSION— Adults $1.00 Thl<< Announcement 8p«n««red by PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. WEDNESDAY, HAY 1, 1946 KIRBY DRUG STORES Main at Second— Broadway—Division WALLGREN AGENCY DRUG STORKS 2-iot'l Sale! FORMULA 20 SHAMPOO, 49c, No — d«in'l Jry K»ir SOc VITALIS $ FOR HAIR 50' PEPSODENT Tooth Powder — Conuini Irmin _ 75' LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC onoim- Si.-, 59 C MENNEN SKIN BALM Centionoui Snow* Every D»» ox Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:<M) UHTEN TO Wodiu'sday & Thursday Friday NW .-.»«•". »f»K l Kmed on Iho Book by V/iliram I Wh;i« • 5cie*n Play by FRANK V.'EAD. ComJ,. U.S.H. [P«l.| Associate Producei Cliff Reid Dirvcled by JOHN [ORD, CoiSroin U. 5, H. R. Selected Sbort Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday COMINfi SOON TO THE KITZ: TAItS & SI'AKS with Janet Blair and Alfred Drake ADVKNTUUK with Clark Gable & Crecr Garson MY ISKI'UTATIO.N uitli Barbara Stanwyck * fiKorff Brent KITTV willi I'auleltc (iuililanl « iia.v Millund M:illn«is Sat. A Snn. Only Snx Office Opens 6:30; Shew SUrto Opens Sunday 1:M; SUHj 1:15 Continnous Bat. and B«n. Bar E »ln Night Ererr Nlfhi Except Balnrday. puma fannored on Sudar al Hie R«Ty. Last Time Texlay 1>O(!BI.E FEATUHE Meet i the People vilh Hick rowrll and Lucflle Ball Docks of New York with Tlie East Siite Kids Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE THREE-CORNERED L HONEYMOON... ?< -and scandalous FUN! Jlfr.m« HIT; i'miui mm mm mm III! OIKIIi -tCIHI mil CcitM i, Itjd txa • i m i« '• in; i

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