The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 3, 1946
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TAG'S TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 3, 19-K5 for ncheon Clubs Meet ir Bridge : Parties. .: '•; •prin« flowers in • effectve igentttits . formed settings tnbeV-bf luncheon clubs ler gi*sts; yesterday when dire" luncheons were given. Jenibers of* Thursday Contract ill and two" oTUer .guests,. Mr?. A.- Isaacs -and -Mrs. Baker ^ koir; were entertained Ijy M' 1 .?. H. Lancashire "at l)fr home, 1037 ?sl Chickasawba. .... jimcheon was served at on" ^e table, centered with n low .•stall bowl of red roses niul light re irises. Wlieh bridge was played, mgn ire prize went to Mrs. F. B. Joy- r and second high to Mrs. Rody Banister. ..... Mis.'IIarry W. Halnes was hostess M.leJ-wcch Bridge Club members ul Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. Floral arrangements in the Haiijes lime, '1023 West Cliickasawba, ln- i;ded' {lowers Irom gardens of friends. AH attractive bouquet mixed flowers centered the luncheon table. During afternoon bridge names, high score prize was awarded Mr(. Cecil Shane and second high W Mrs. C. -A. Cunningham, High .score prize went to Mrs. Charles Rose when she was a guest nt Hie party given Little « l the LHM< home, Fail-fields, on by Mrs. A. G. plantation Clear Lake vice president; from Junior High- Mrs. B. E. VunHoosci, president, and Walls Hospital, remained critical today. Jfe is father of Mrs. George Win High School Honors Road. Also n guest was Mrs, P. E. Black. A club member, Mrs. Everett B. Gee, won second high In afternoon bridge p,ames. The luncheon table was centered with « bowl of peonies, mock orange blossoms and othor Spring flower*. • * • Mrs. E. R. Dickinson Has Her Club, Guesl Mrs. J. M. Jontx played bridge yesterday nftcnioon with members of Eulie Nous Club when Mrs. E. H. Dickinson was. hostess to a bridge party al her home on Highway 01 South. During nfternqon bridge gnmcs, liluh score prl/.e went lo Mrs, Jorj|i Mrs. Ruiftrt.Ci'afton, progrnm chair-' M. Lee, 1211 West Ash, with whom man: from Sudbury—Mrs. I,. E. na- ic makes his home. Mrs. B. R. Mason, 310 West Wal- nit. will leave tomorrow morning or Rochester, Minn., to be with Mr. Mason who is undergoing an iperation Monday morning ut Vorral Hospital. Mr. Mason en- Mayo clinic recently foi sis after having been ill nurc tlian seven months. Mrs Mason will lie accompanied by her irolher-in-ln-law, Hamilton Tal- jott of W:;Shlnslon, D. q., who is ilrlvliiB her there. He will return immediately to nlythevllle wheiv Mrs. Talbolt also is visiting hei nothi-r, Mrs. Emma Nolen. and Inmily, at 310 West Walnut. ker, and from CeiUral, Mrs. Kay Hall, 1940-I7 president. Also attending was Mrs. Jesse M. White, chairman of Fifth DWrlct of Arkansas PTA. • • • Mrs. Marsh Hostess To Bunco Club, Guest Foster and Second to Mrs. inson. Dick- The hostess course. served a dessert 8».t, * £u. Onl? Office Opens •:!•; Show BUrti ' 8:45 F. M. Each ETenlni Opeu S»Dd«y !:««; Start* 1:1' Sh*w« Sal. and Omn. Nljht Enrj NlfM a*iMrr4 »B Bmodar tb« Time Today ' DOUBLE FEATURE i Music in Manhattan r.'ith Anne Shirley and Dennis Day Frisco Kid Mr.s, Juck Marsh was. hostess at her home, IG05 Hearn. yesterday afternoon with a bridge party lor members of Alpha Beta Bunco Chil> and anollicr guest. Mrs. John A. Love of Washington, Pa., 1 lest of Mrs. G. W. Smith. Mrs. Herman Turner was awarded bunco pri/e anil hl^li went to Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Mrs. Lane' Now- Dll won low prlxe. Flowers from her garden dcen- rntctl the hostess' entertaining room* Mrs. Marsh served slrnw)jerr> shortcake with lee ctcam. with James Cj;m-y Margaret Ijlililsn Vlrs. Nail Entertains GNB Club Yesterday Mrs. John Tyrone is n new member of GNU club, entertained last nlglit with a bunco party by Mr.s. Ilyron Null. A profusion of spring flowers of varied shades formed a background for the players. High score bunco prize was awarded Mrs. Joe Fit/patrIck, bunco went, to the hostess and low to Mrs. W. C. COlslon. A dessert, course was served. Monthly Social Held For Gleaners' Class Mrs. J. W. Hayder was hostess and Mrs. Max Logim. co-hostess. Ins! night to members of Gleaners 1 Sunday School Class of First Baptist Mrs, Lloyd SUckmon, president, conducted the business session. Mrs. Malt Monnghnn gave the devotional. "Women of the liible." and Mrs. Walter Bishop led the [ Bible quiz. •f>T~, \ ;1 ;} \S\ Mixed Spring flowers decorated | 1 . <.. 1 • J ' 3 rj , | ]lc . rjayder home. 1101 West Holly. • | ... Mrs. Welch Hostess To Octette Members Bits of News" Mostly. Personal Mrs. W. H. Turner of Dolhan Ala., and Mrs. Carl Evans of Mem D, and W, O. Chumblln, owners of the Sludebaker Sales Com- Whlstle, Alta* Boles, Harry Gordon, ElueU Cook, Pauline Malin, Warrene Boren, Wanda June Howard, Blllle jean Jackson, and James Perkins. Mrs. Mavis Settlcmirc Is sponsor Of the class and J. H. Mullins, school superintendent. Seniors at Luxora High To Spend Week on Lake I,OXORA, Ark., May 3. (UP) — ' The Senior Class of Luxora Hit'li School, accompanied )»• supt. T. O. Wilklns and Mrs. Wilkins. will leave tomorrow for a slay of six days at Lake Hamilton, Hot Springs. The seniors are Virginia Boucn, Sarah Langnton, Bonnis Cole, Dor- iolhy Harch, Ethel White, Evelyn Hickerson, Prances Rozelle. W. E. Dennett, Vernon Walker, Jiiiinue Hill, O. A. Allen, Charles Drown, H. G. Yatcs and LeRoy Koch. $25.00 Reward for the body of Bill Vaujrh, aged '10, heijjht 5 ft. 7 in., dark brown hair. Was wear. inj* khaki punts and shirt. Notify Sheriff's Office Ulytheville or Phone 3823 Mary Frances Wilson Mary Frances Wilson, daughter pi.ny Here, have returned'fronrchl- »f Mr. uiicl Mrs. Oe-xcy Wilson where thev attended the show-! Is valedictorian und Nancy Hit. 1<M Sludebakcrs unveiled daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. u and expected soon to be , H«.;l. Is*. m,ior»,. °' ho B rnd- Int: of the to dealers a Baptist Church, lum with Lor of a as guc.-!: Memphis speaker. Commencement exercises are be lifld May 10, 8 o'clock. Scottish HHo reunion and where Mrs. Kovd will visit rclnllvcR. She will be guest of her motjicr, Mrs, Frnnnle lion; sisters. Mrs. Will Rnuch und Mrs. Joe Cieyer. and ... two daughters, Mrs. Ed shaver aiutjnt the HiKl) School. Dr. Matt I. Finnic | Ellis of Hendrix College will be Tlie Ilev. E. C. Brown and I speaker. family will leave Monday morning] — for Williaimton, S. C., for n brlcl | t c ciialfee. He plans visit with relatives before going, to, t() e ' mc }im ^ Lh Ml . s P ,,,,. est s(loil Nancy Hart The graduating class includes 'i veteran, of World War II, Owen Alexander. Others are Nina Sue Austin, Anna Lois Dobbs, Money Hai't, Juanila llardtn, Mary Frances Wilson, Mary I-oycu Morgan, Noel There M'e 27 different Silver l-akes in 22 different counties in Michigan. Landys' Beauty Shop 2001) W. Main St. Phone 3990 Landys Hewlett TERMINIX TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee 1. (Juaranlcecl by Hrure Termini* <'om|juiiy. 2. Guaranteed by K. I.. Bruce Co. 3. Guaranteed by Sun Insurance OfTU-e. BRUCE TERMINX CO. Licensee of B. I,, llruce Company Box 1270 Memphis, Tunn, Termite Control Since 1927 Approved the Southern Baptist Convention to visil rc ,, lUves „„<( friend's. and have tpcnt two dnys here n-M in • Minml, Fin. They plan to re- of Mrs. J. H. Smart, HOUjturn May 25, West Heari), ami U. W. Mulllns nncl family, 1305 West Hcarn. Mrs. Turner Is yreat-niccc and Mrs. Evans, niece, of Mis. Smart, and Mi-. Mulliiis is Mrs. Evans' father Mrs. Turner's brother. Mrs. Pearl Hires will leave Sunday for Union City, Tenn.. where she plans to spend n month with her dnufhler, Mrs. J. W. Dunn Jr., and family. Mrs. O. N. Forrest, has gone to T. P. "Tippy" Wright, son of Mrs. Patty Shane Wright, is ill wltli malaria at the home of his mother and grandmother, Ml ' s - Cecil Shane, 1001 West Main. . . Miss Frances Sliouse left this morning for Fnyettevillc, where she will spend the weekend. She went, Mrs. Bess -Proctor of Little Rock, I Memphis Lo spend a f«w days, hav ni.inmoon who resided In Blytheville a mini- Ing gone especially to see her son, especially foi the C n Onag -->:]her of yours, is very seriously III Bcrgt. Wilson Forrest, who has Just.'.ily Plantation pally of Umveisity al the Bnptlst Hpspitn] In L.iltle; received Ills discharge from the ot Arkansas. Rock. Entering the, hospital "~ recently, her Illness lias been tltng- nosed AS ftliSfmiiiB, Well known throughout Arkansas, Mrs. Proctor is now connected with the Brewers Foundation in public relations) division. . Condition .'of J. M. Glpple, III nt Srriul: ''Jungle . .Krtiiler.<r. Nu. . 1.1 I arid Slicirf . Contfd Shows Sit.-12:30 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday BRIDE-TO-BE OR •JOT-TO-BE! The riotous love life of a million Mrs. G. H. Gvcer played bridge yesterday nflcmoon wltli members of Octette Club wlien Mrs. I.oy Wt'lu-h was hostess with a purly at her home, 1017 West Ash. Mrs. Marvin Nunn was awarded hiph score \nl'tc during afternoon fininc.1 and second high went to Mrs. Grear. \Ylule pennies and deep vcd roses j wore arranged to decorate the home. Refreshments were servod during games. Club Eight Guests 01 Mrs." Paul Jobe | Mrs. Paul -lobe was hostess yes=, terrtay afternoon to members of Club Eight and three other guests. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. Sam Owens and Mrs. J. J. Bryant. Mrs. G. O. Poet?, won high score i prize when bridge was played i»ul: second Inch went to Mrs. Graham Sudbury. Hoses and irises in various shades decorated the Jobe home. H13 West Main. Refreshments were served during games. j Local Women Return From PTA Congress | Representatives ot Blyllicvillc 1 Parent-Teacher Associations return- | i j cd home last night from Hot BY RICHARD WAllXCE j I Springs, where, they attended the] ' three-day 2lst annual Arkansas PTA Congress. Blylhevillc delegates were: from Senior High—Mis. Russell liarham, president, and Mrs. J, Cecil Lowe. AUTHORIZED AGENCY 9. -- jPonainel-U/ittnaue* W/ntche* ^?--f,._S- . ' •-••'" tune in Women with Wings" \" iN SALUTE to the mapy women who have ilown with skill, courage, and distinction. through work, planning, and jacrilice, the story is told ol Jp^nelia Earhart wHb : ' dared to live and lived to dare. It is one of a series of ' ~TAe USotlet'i /ffolt J/onetecf . «A, - '/ FLIGHTS .' ; WITH-... '' CAPT. EDDIE RICKENBACKER •- As Host Jind Commentator WMC Sunday 3-3:30 P. M. ^ "-¥- ' * Fitzpatrick Jewelry Store Oscet.ln d't. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. I'ariisiiuUl Sikeslon, nlo. ff" Fox New» tt Selected Sliuri BUUJ »h<nrin» 1:15-11:9 SATURDAY BAKERY SPECIALS TUlnch Two Layer DATE NUT CAKE Treat the Family Tonight! FORTUNE'S FAMOUS Ice Cream It's so tempting SA Delicious So Wholesome So Rich in Cream Cmiliiins from Hi' 1 ' In I7 r ^ Hutter l"a( ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY Don't Soy Bread Say HART'S Bread HART'S BAKERY Bwncd — Employing Btytheville Ptopte Gold Seal * Pint Package Smooth is (he \\ord for it ... (iiM«l for yon, too! M;ulo with fresh cream—Hi'< to 17'< l>ull«r fat content. It's u real AH American dish—(Jowl for :idulls ;tnri children alike. Take home u package and Rive the fnlks a real treat. KXCUIY1VK IN HM'THKVM.U: AT W OODi DRUGSTORE \J \J mr & K»y Wtxxls — Owners — Ralph Nichols Two Phon*»— 507 and r>OS "Th« S|M,t Where Blythevillc Meets" We Deliver 221 West Main St. Store Your Clothing Now 'i Phonps 474 and 475 Our unexcelled COLD STORAGE facilities guarantee ABSOLUTE PROTECTION for ALL .of Your Furs, Woolens, and Household Linens. Mo Charges Due Until Fall Residual Spraying Blytheviile Insecticide Co. Harold Wright, Mgr. 'hone 55R 907 K. Cherry NU-WA Launderers Cleaners 218-220 North Second Street Continautts ETCTJ D»y Box Office Opens 1:4» Show Starts 2:90 Anofher "From Me to You" Letter from HARRY FRITZIUS. COURTESY (Keprinted by Ke<|UesL) What lins become t>r the boy who used to raise his cap (for liiul matter, what's become of his cap> when hu'piissetl a Inily or nn elderly nitin? Where is the iiicEi-jnanneretl boy, who alwny.i .sairi, "yes, sir"; "no, sh yes, niii'nm"?-Where is the boy who courteously picked up something you had dropped? Not lony nyo 3 ncctlcii u young inun. The work was o:isy and the pay was good. A nlcc-ftp|>earmg young fellow came into tlic store and applied for the job. I was ready to give him a trial when I accidentally dropped my pencil. The young man saw the pencil drop but nifule no move to recover it for me- He lost his job . while I wns stooping to pick up the pencil! Perhaps I'm a bit old-fashioned, but I still believe that simple, unJifKiry courtesy is one of the outstanding nurks of &UIM! breeding. By the \vay, do yon remember when you were a boy, how, when you were given a job in a grocery or drygoodw store, yon worked haul, not only at the task assigned you, hut you tried to be of help 'i 1 «ny way you could?—You wanted to make yood t and one of your happiest moments was when the boss called upon yon to do something extra for him. If he asked you to come back once in a while at niyht to help him catch up with some of his work, you felt it an honor to do so. Do you remember ever having asHeci him far "overtime," or tell ing him that you were "too tired." or that you "didn't hire out to work at night?" Those were the days when you were not taught that your boss was your natural enemy, and that to "hate the boss" was your dutv, but you were taught simply to give an honest day's work for an honest day's pay. If, perchance, you were unfortunate enough to work for a ncanic" you could always emit and get a job somewhere else. Well, perhaps I'm wrong, but I believe that America became great through these old-time courtesies and the natural ambitions and desires to work hard, be well spoken of, and have it said of vou "that Jones boy is a good honest kid. He is courteous and willing lo \vork, has lots of luubiUon, too. He'll go places when, he grows up." Here's a little free advice, boys nnd girls—If you really want to be successful, (and who doesn't) common courtesy is all the more noticeable now, since it has become so uncommon. While it . used to bi- expected, and was taken for granted, liow jt will bo so exceptional and your willingness, to do more than your share in vour work will be so extraordinary, that you will find your services "in demand even when jobs arc scarce. You will quickly outstrip your companions who tcel that they must "assert their rights," \nd arc too proud to be courteous.—TRY IT] These are only a few of FRITZIUS "A /ways Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS \. MEN'S imOAOCI.OTH SHORTS. Another shipment (the lasl) Mctul Grippers, Wide Elastic Insets. Good Quality cloth. Assorted Colors. Per l':iir '15c 2. I?oys' fine Itroadcloth Shorts <>0c 3. Men's Hancs White Uroadcloth Shorts (iSc •t. Hanes Knit Shorts iiiic ;">. Hrovn Domestic (i. Fine Grade Nainsook '7. A wonderful assortment of I-adics Dainty Ninon Hlouses. You must see them S. l!l;u-k Velvet Ribbon. All Widths )). Turkish Hath Towels tO. Large Aluminum Skillctts. (Get yours hefore they are all K'one.) Also showing our complete line of Marshall Fields famous Ficlrt- Blankets. All kinds from white slicel blankets at »2.25, Indian Blankets at $2.i|. Double Cotton Blanket-'; iU $2.85, to -lie very finest All Wool Uhtniccl. Remember how scarce Blimkels were last Winter? Take advantage of this opportunity to lay lu a supply NOW . . . You :ire welcome to use our convenient l,ay Away Plan, FRITZIUS "A/woys Something New' Time Today They Were Expendable with Hubert Monlgomery and .lolm Wayne Selected Short Subjects . Continuous Showing Everyday ^'G*iE rfM • iQ'fUHVi nut - tsntii iiuEi i I/AS: L\A.*EP.CE • 'ttZ\ *ri1 flC^G - OMSlf I Serial: "Koyal Mnuiiled" No. 11 anil Short on I'd Shows S:it. U:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday 'ONCE WE WERE LIKE THIS ... can we bring it back?" 2017 W. Main Phone 34S7 ove ' tlar ring MERLE OBERON CLAIM RAINS CHARLES KORVIN CAtl (SIKOND SLK EMUND ItSSSAJKi* EAlPHMCtOAK !«1U IIIKl H«m MVtNKtT . t, WILLIAM OIET£RLE Selected Sliorl ou-jject Uontlnnous showlnc 1:IS-11:» I'OSIINX! SOON" TO TUB RIT7.: TAKS & Sl'AKS with Janet BUlr anil Alfred Drake AnVKNTUKt: with Cl»rk C>ab)« * Grccr O»r»on ?IV KKrilTATION with Barhan Stanwyck ,t Ocorffe Brrnl KITTY with Pawlette Go4**<4 * Ray MlUind

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