The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1946 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 5, 1946 Irs. Pttse Initiated ito P. E. 0. Chapter Mr*. WUUrd K. Peas* was inill- tcd Into Chapter N, P E O felster- ood Frid»y »ft*rnoon at the lunch- m meeting at the home of Mrs.i . A. Cunningham, 906 Hearh. Mrs.' iiey-B. Jones, of Maxilla, was coasters. "All members of the organir-atlon «re present, 'including Mis. Dixie Srawlord of Jonesboro, who tm- »rly lived here. Mrs. W. L. Homer presented the rograjm, "Our Heritage from Italy.' 'ointing out that perhaps the great- strheritages .were art and music, he used as examples the works of (ichelangelo; Raphael and da Vinci, 11 renowned painters, and Verdi, Kjcciril and Rossini, great Italian *mipb«er£. Mrs. Harry W. Haines spoke brtef- y on the ne)(t program (o be iire- lented. . 'The Cunningham home wqs deco- rated'with floral arrangements of pink peonies, snapdragons of varied fhades, red and yellow roses and jnall vases ot -pansles. Pansies also were used for the Evangelist 4-H Club Captains List o/ Projects The Rev. Mrs. Yarbrough The Rev.-Morean- Yarbrough- ol •ye-c»tchihg place cards. The pansy Houston, Tex., is conducting the Woom formed the face of n girl Evangelistic meeting at the fliil clothed In n Ciospcl Tabernacle, Lilly and Vine A meeting of the Number Nine 4-H club wi\s held Thursday with Doris Bean presiding. There were 38 club members ami two leaders present. Fronin Ilulley led the group In sliikilntj. Reports were given by the following club captains: Billy Norlncnti, pig captain, reported eight; Billy Smith, potato caplain, rciwrted five: Virginia Hardesty, yai'dcninij and canning ciiptnln, reported three; Ollle Curtis, clothing captain, reported I'; Lni'lenc Hntley, poultry captain, ' reporled 12; Betty North- ciitt, room Improvement captain, reported five and Fronla Uailcy, cookery captain, reP*Jrtetl fo\ir. lonn Hardc.sty gave a tleinonstra- tton on making aprons nnd was u en a 4-11 clnb pencil for hitvlng brought, the best pair of plllov* cases and apron which she hud niacic. • Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, gave n demon - slnillon on Identifying Burden pests and their control. W. O. HnKclbnkw, assistnnt county .agent, 'discussed plans for the county and district fnlr and the hybrid corn contest. The No. 9 club members have R. A. Pasold and children, Teresa and Michael, of Milw»uke, Wise.; and sislcr-ln-law, Mr». Clara Steward of Alton, 111., viho arrived yesterday. Another daughter, Mrs. John A. Love and son, Abbie, have returned U> their home In Washington, HA,, after visiting here several days. Larry Baker, son oJ Mr. and Mrs. Bits of News* Personal Many To Attend May Breakfast Wednesday at First M. E. Church The annual May Breakfast spoil- ,c. A. Cunnlnghtm, Mrs. Byron sored by the Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church, to be held Wednesday morning at ihe church, Ls from Moore, Mrs. Robert A. Porter and Mrs. E. B. Gee. The famous hot biscuits, a feature of the menu, will be made this artist. Mrs. who for the past ilO years has made biscuits for Ihe To b« In entertaining rooms of; occasion, wil/ Be unable to prepare the church. Mrs. B. A. Lynch will I t ii e pastry because of illness. ' WeIclTFoster and John P. fleM.s ^,j" n .'" KI I? oln J 1 . 0 J te ^ s _?^'!.; s * l Ti-. S Preparing the breakfast will be were uinong those who attended """ " ™ L. E. Baker, spent the weekend 16:30 o'clock to 9 o'clock. Mrs. Hugh I yeal . h} , a different hi Jone.sboro as guest of Dicky j Whltsitt snici lotiny. She is general i j 0 i la Keatherston, wh< Crawford and parents, Mr. and Mrs. chairman. ' - - for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Call . Miss Francis Jones I'hone 2486 er 3«33 Dixie Crawford, formerly of Blyth*- Graham Sudbury has returned i among the Kentucky Derby Saturday af- | I Lernooii n( Louisville. They wenl by plane. Z. Clieatham has re- fioin Hot Springs whore he attended t,, rned nom( . ,,tter spending a five- the stale convention of Ihe Arkan- week vacation with friends and rel- sns Bar Association, 'atlves In Texas, Louisiana, and Condition of Mrs. J. S. Gesell, who Arkansas. Among Uie events she been quite ill, is unchanged, attended vi-hllc on her trip was the will be Mrs. Fr*d Fleeman, Mrs. W. Wylie, Mrs. E. Baker, Mrs. John CaMdlll, Mrs. Earl Buckley. Mrs. W. Leon Smith. Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mrs. A. N. Williams, Mrs. B. p. Kiger. Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Mrs. John Miles Miller. Mrs. Max Usrey Jr., Mrs. O. E. Knudsen, Mrs. Her son, Neal Gesell, of Jonesboro. y oullg people's Onion con- spcnl the weekend here with her. v «ntlon In Houston and a Baptist, Mr.s. Nc.'ii Gesell Ijas been here m « e (,i ng i,, Alia Lomn. Texas. since her Illness. ( Here us guests ot their daughter, 8. Jcldel, John McDowell and W. Mrs John CniKlill are Mr. and R. Wetenknmp accompanied other M j s w Ir nfvcrs of Elgin, Texas. Blytlieville cotton buyers to New, They plan to stay a week. BHS Basketball Teems Honored With Supper Orleans several clays ago for the meeting of the American Cotton Ship|>er.s Association. The Blythe- Vville men returned yesterday. ' L. G. Nash was called to Louis- md the sferfi was i-hite formal "dress" of crepe pa-[Streets. 3er. Her sash was of yellow ribbon Services, including special music ordered 4-H Club "T" .shifts and o carry out the organization's colors.'nncl congrcgallonal singing, will be- several were worn at this cluh ' - yln nighlly nl 7:30 o'clock eicept meeting. Mr. Hurt, principal of thn Saturday, when there will be no school, told the members If they 'services. The meeting, will continue nil would wear their shirts In school * • on the same .day he would mt\ke a )orcas Class Meeting s At Church Friday The Dorcas Sunday. School class ' First Baptist Church met Friday noon'at the church lor a luncheon meeting. The tonf, "Draw Me Nearer," was sung by the group and Mr*. J. P. Tornpklna led in prayer. Mrs. W. M. Crowe gave the devotional, taken from the 15th chapter of John. Reports were made and filed during the business session nntl tho closing priyer led by Mrs. II. U Chambers. « • * Mrs. E, B, Chitwood Has Her Club, Guests Mrs. .Qrover Wren, Mrs. Hoy Ehepperd, Mrs. J. T. Miller and Miss Bendonna Huey played rook Thursday afternoon with members ot Friendly Rook Club when Mrs. B. B. Cbltwood entertained. • Floral arrangements of roses, verbenas and other Spring {lowers dec- irated the home. Mrs. Chitwood was awarded high score prize, Mrsj Wrep, second, nnd two weeks. The public is invited, the Rev. M. J. Mabry, pastor, announced. club picture. Noble. Miss Patricia Wise enterUiri* L:. Kucve Club. WEDNESDAY Sudbury parent Teacher Aiso- cilUIon meeting 2:'3<l o'clock, with Executive Board, 2 o'clock. Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sl?- mn Phi, meeting at the home of Miss Alice Saliba. May llrcnkfast sponsored by Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Chiirch. nl the church. Mrs. Harry Klrby hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. James B. Clark hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club at home on Highway (31 South. Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting with Mrs. H. H. llouchlns, T o'clock. THURSDAY Friendly Hook Club meeting with Mrs. Leon Schcrer, gcant at arms. As a part of trig program, a subject was given to several members and guests, with instructions that they prepare a speech in one minute and present it in two. A tie for first prize went to Miss Weedman (on her speech. "The Moon" nrtd Miss Betty Woodson, whose topic was "Ice cre.im Cones." Second prize was awarded Dan Catdwell whose subject was "My Girl." • Coach Guy Lehn presented miniature gol<| basketballs to Ben Lancashire, high point man of the year; Marion Gay. runner-up high point man. and Harvey Pogiie, who vtrs. W. J. Pollard, Mrs. George W. Pylcs, Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Mrs. Mary Henley, Mrs. s. K. Webb, Mrs. George Grear. Mrs. Horace Walpole. Mrs, W. H. Minyard, Mrs. Henry Humphrey.-, Mrs. F. E. Black. Mrs. Paul Pryor. Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr.. Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mrs. Carleton Smith, Mrs. W. I,. Homer. Mrs. V. G. Holland Mrs. It. I*. Loggins, Mrs. Clara Davis and Mrs. C. E. Crlgger. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin Is In charge of the ticket sale and Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. Loy Welch, donations. Mrs. Marcus Evi-nrd and Mrs. W. C. Hiyginson will have charge <>i tile decorations and Mrs. Klger, dining room tables. was voted the most valuable player Ky., Friday night because Members of girls and boys bas- of the critical Illness of a Ions- ketball teams of Blylheville High .line friend. He returned this morn- School were honored Thursday night 1"K- at the School with a spaghetti suy- K. M, Holt will go to Little Rock per,,glvcn by Ihe Red Pepper Club. tomorrow to attend the convention Forming a setting for entertain- by fellow team members, c-f Arkansas Funeral Directors As- ers and their guests were red and I 'The program was concluded hy soclalion two days. He Is sergeant white decorations carrying out the singing the alma mater song, of arms In this group, which Is club colors. | Miss Jultti Ann Woodson served . meeting at Hotel Marlon. | Miss Ruth Seay said grace and ' as genera) chairman of the party; I Mrs. J. E. Johnson aim u«Ufi'n- i Miss Anne Weedmtiii, president, be- Miss Deen, program chairman, arm ter, Sarah, have Joined Mr. .John- gan the program with a welcome Miss Seay. food committee chair- son in Memphis where they will speech. She introduced to guests man. FOR Al TTM- Ho«t>it«i« Walls Hospital Aliinitted: Mrs. Earl Leggett, city. Thomas Bowers, Dell. Mrs. O. A. Oarrctt, city. James Cordon Chambers, Cooler Mo. R. I,. Payne, Rt. 2. city. Mrs. Addle Barry, city. Nadlne Dyers, Rt. n. city. Mrs. Virgil Mowcll. city. Dismissed: Mrs. Reagan Mitchell, Caruthers- vllle, Mo. Mrs. Bradley Coleman. city. Lavunn ! Worthlngton. Manila. Blytheville Ilmpiul Admitted: Mmy King. city. Mrs. R. E. Ray, Huffman. Mrs. Rives Rowlett, Manila. Jackie Leroy Martin. Rives. Mo. Mrs. Guy Whitney. Manila. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas jniike their home. Mr. Johnson, formerly an officer in the Army Air Forces, now is In the building contracting business with his father' president; Miss Mary Ann Parks, officers <o serve next year. These other than team members, guests ure:> Miss Julia Ann Woodson, pros- were Coach Lehn, Mrs. Ray Whit- Ident; Miss Joanne Shanks, vice tlngton, coach of the girl's learn; s.sepw,;o . The hostftss serv'ctf refieshmcrtts of fresh strawberry ice cream sim- dae. ' . . * * * .Times Are Changed Two Parent Teacher Associations have changed time of meeting, 0112 of, which has also changed Iho date for the final sessions of this school year. - Sudbury PTA, with a regular session scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, will meet at 2:30 o'clock instead of 3 o'clock. Executive Board meeting will be at 2 o'clock. ; Central PTA will meet Friday afternoon, 3 o'clock, instead of Wednesday. Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. San ford hostess to Double G Club. Mrs. Rilty B Jones hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club at Hotel Fidelis Sunday School Class ol Hopper, city, n son Saturday nftei 1 - Flrst Baptist Church meeting for noon, suivper ,»l the •home or, Mrs. Royi Dismissed: Woo*,'7:30 o'clock. . :••' Mrs. Kutran Hlnson, Huffman. Entrc Nous club meeting with Mrs. William Berryman, Mid-week Club meets with Mrs. C. A. Cxtnnlngham. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Mrs. Boyce Moore hostess to GNU Club. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. Clco Langston hostess to Octette club. Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting with Mrs. Jane Nowell. Mrs. Jesse M. While yill enter- lain Club Eight. nnd they have moved to their new home. ' Mrs. India Green Snnders has gone to Little Hock to be witn the family of Mrs. Bess Proctor, ',vhu is very III. Mr. nnu Mrs. E. G. Snipes and soil, "Tip." have gone to New Orleans to make their home, follow- nghls discharge from the Army at lump Shelby. Miss. He is a veteran ol two and n half years serv- ce. Mrs. George W. Barham spent (he weekend in Fulton, Mo., where she was giiest of lier granddaughter Miss Shirley Barham. a freshman it William Woods College, Fulton Occasion for the visit was n Mother's Day program at the college. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Chitwood and fmnily had as their weekend guest. Miss F:iye Mclntyre, Paul Cavinai nnd Miss Marilyn Jackson, all or Memphis. Guests of Mrs. G. W. Smith and family arc her daughter, Mrs. R. E Cobble and son, Chirk, of Decatui Tcnn,, who arrived Friday to speiul two weeks; another daughter, Mrs. whitlington. Miss Rosa Hardy, Martha Redman. Portngevllle. Mo Mrs. Jnmes E. Lawrence, city. Bob-Grimes, city. . Wayne Wallace, Mnnlln. Jimrnle L,ee Medliri, city. Memphis Haptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. W. W. Morrow, Luxora. • Mrs. O. M. Fnirley, Osccola. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: J. L. Kent, Osceoln. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Roy Bennett, Joiner. Mrs. Mice Hartley, Joiner. . . secretary; Miss Wanda Barham, principal, and Miss Luna B. Wil- reasurer; Miss Billle Louise Gaines. helm, club sponsor, istorlan; Miss Marilyn Deen, re- ;orter; Miss Mary Lou Joyner, ser- Ivan R. Von Patten Your Sales Representative for liiylhevillc and all of Northeastern Arkansas The ARKANSAS Automobile Club Affiliated With Amor. Auto Association A. A. A. Residence 41R So. I.uke Residence Phone 24t9 BLYTHKV1LLK, ARK. Meetings American Legion Auxiliary meeting nt the Hut, 8 p. m., for a regular business session. GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Mother's Day Sunday, May 12 Greeting Cards RADIO REPAIR I and 2 day Service on any make o' roHel Reliable PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihon Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Rail* Sates and Service 106 So. First St. mn Snow* D» ? Box Office Opens 1:4* Show Starts 2:9n LIHTE.N TO KLCN »:«• K^L. 12:45 BJB. t:M CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your property with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office no So. Second Phones 446 or ^M Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. FLOWER SHOP r.T.D. Serrtec * We Delfrer Anywhere Ph. 4*1 Mr*. 1. M. (MM) William, nrner Gfen«ee BI4(. Rend Courier ricws Want Ads. The lleauty N(M>k ill No. First Phone 891 Helen I-astcr Isabel Farbm Sale! Thousands ASSOKTID MAVWS t^^BHB CHICKS OS •"** 3M-UO.M MCfc~t~tu_rO«». ro* nOMpi iKitMtm 1000 - DELiv( « 1 ' ^^ . .ji . ATT .AS g^CHICKCO. JTll* ^Jf* ii •9BS9 D^cSAR UUOtvVU. Yes! WOODS DRUG STORE Where Blvthcvilte M«ts Hlyihevitle, Ark. The Laundry Production Situation Is Getting Brighter! Die NU-WA I.iuiiidry is happy to announce thai lliu laundry production outlook i.s brighter than it has been for several years . . . and there is every mason to believe that it's going to «et hritjhter and brighter as time goes on. Here's why: The need of the war has released many skilled laundry workers from war time jobs as well as from the armed forces. This additional help is enabling the NU-WA to gradually speed production and make many quality improvements. Of course, many of the big improvements, which the new management" of NU-WA has planned cannot be realized until new laundry machinery and equipment are available. Nevertheless, it is encouraging for us to advise you that the NU-WA Is getting over the liig "hump" and it won't be too long before . The NU-WA will bo equipped and ready lo offer Hlylhcville one of the most advanced and most scientific laundry services in its history. Just bear with us and we'll deliver. Our Route Man Will Call BLAN HEATH Need Your Car Washed? We have just installed a new Automobile Washing Machine aiut we are now ready to j?i ve your car a real washing job. We .also .have the .very best of ; modern Lubrication Equipment for GreaVing your car. We'll Call for Your Car and Deliver It. Let us do your next Oil and Crease Job for you. We'll change oil too! & HOME SUPPLY •110 West Main St. Last Time Today This Love of Ours with Merle Olieron unrf CliurirS Korvin 'jrnmnimt News and Select^ Short TUESDAY American Legion Junior Baseball Blytheville vs. Jonesboro, Wed., May 8th Fairgrounds Park, BlytheviUe—3 p. m. GUIZAR CoHstaHce MOORE 1 LEO CARRILLO nl ill II. LUKE'S CHOfWIItt PEIER MEUMHUM JUMCMI O«CM15TIW tstfCU RODRIGUEZ • v Alfrut SANTELL } a PICIURf Selected Short su'uject COMING SOON TO THE KITZ: TAKS * Sl'AKS with Junet BlaJr and Alfred Drake AIJVENTUKE with Clark OaMe A Greer Garsort MY REPUTATION with Barbara Stanwyck A George Brent KITTY with I'aulette Goddard NU-WA! Launderers Cleaners tf **« |8 "ws<^- e^ e .. _,a»o" -nd* Matlneea Sat. * San. Only Box Olflce Opens 6:3«; Sh»w BUrtc 8:45 P. M. Each Ennin( Opens Sunday 1:M; BUuti 1:1* Cvnlinooiu Shew* Sat. and Night ETCI? Night >x Unst Time Today Bride by Mistake with T.araine Day and Fox News A Selected Short Snbttrt THE CLINI.C SHOE LfiOhi&clatfxfjiWiimen OFF DUTY FOOJk'EAA ^ 2 T8-220 North Second Just Received—Tan Calf Oxford Si/.es 4A to K—t'/i Jo 10. Pair •_OVD A.« • TE^S

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