The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 10, 1947
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(ARE.) OOUKIKR NEWS Mis. Thomas Hostess To La 1 Nueve Members Mixed Spring flowers in unusually aitraciive arrangements formed a fetting for members of La Niievc plub and other guests Tuesday night when they wers entertained liy Mrs. pohn W. Thomas al the home of her parents, Mr. mid Mrs, M. A. Isaacs, » West Main. In addition to members, quests "were Mrs. Ben While and Mis. Huqli WhitsiU, Mrs. N. O. Jerome won hign score ir)23 in evening bridge game.; and second high went to Miss Mary Adah Robinson. The -hostess sm-crt refreshments. Rep, Au try Speaker At Sudbuiy PTA Meet l^Kepresmtoiive L. H. Autry the Federal Ala Bill tiis- last Iniflit at Ihe annual Sudburv Parent-Teacher Association's "Father's lj!." s '" >" 'I-*' rr.t--}. j'Mrs' Mrs. 1 ; L. S. Hartzog, prb- ^r-ni rhp'-'iiai!, introduced the Rev. H. nievins. pastor of Lake Sli-cet Mcfhodist church, who gave _ the devotional, and W. O. Penny, f io read the president's message, ititleri. "If we Believe." In the -room count, Mrs. Oeo'^-f iegs' s Toom won the prize Tor tne first fiom\"and prizes for tiic second was. a, lie for homo rooms of Mrs. Florence Moore', Ml« Estelle Simmons'. ; Mrs: W.*^). McLean and Miss AJtriR Peters". *" '" '. : Miss -Mary Jo Katon, accompanied by Mrs. Dalian C. Fowlslon, pfrrrnjed' two vocal selections. •y-Follo.wlng the program, -.rv; lius- itality -committee, made up of Mrs. .*•<",' A.; Daughtery, Mrs. Kelton , Frsneif and Mrs., Clifford Watkins, prere hostesses when refreshments were served in thc'lunch room. .. COTTON'S MAID IS FASHION-RIGHT H'» pretty l>runclto Hiinia Sc»y "f Memphis, Tcnn., Hie cotton in. duiUy'c 1947 M.-vid of Cotton. On IK* left, Min Scay model* • lopliiptic.ited Mack and white cot- Ion ginghum daytime <ire«s with buftlb at Ihe back and th« new longer skirl ilonc by designer Rote Barrack. Ahnve ii her official portrait .turfy, and on the right, the Maid »how» a three-piece cotton twill .port, outfit by Call forma designer LouclU Bailerino. The cniemblc consists of halter blouie, «lim •liorls and wraparound • kirl. Hilma will ,how her .mart cotton* in more than thirty ciliei in Ihe United State, and France. Buncb Club Is Mimed; Has Bi-monthly Party Mrs. Nicol Entertains Double G Club,-Guests Nicol Mrs.. Thari W. Nicol entertained fallow mcmlxjrs of Double G Club nnd Mrs. John Loy Bishop of Dell and Mrs. Stmford Shclton with a bridge party Tuesday night, at her home. 1501 West Walnut. <- ,, • >: The -home was decorated with A rEcenlly-orga]il/.e(i Blyihei'iilt.-jml'i'd Sprint; toiiqtiets. - ' When bridge was played, Mrs. Sanford Boonc.won high score piize bunco Hi-ho (dun iCHib has ucfn named and members of --- ...* -uiv.u iMIU ]l)CI"UI.L£l (H till. group Svere entertained -;last night by Mrs. Coy Gocdsfcn af the home of Mrs; J. T. Stalcup. ,;. Mayes uas a', guest and Mrs. Nicol, second. Refreshments were served., PTA Officials Will be Elected At Leachville Mississippi County council of Parent-Teachers Association will hold a meeting »t Lcacbville B«p-1 list Church tomorrow to elect mull install officers for the coming year. Mrs. P. A. Poc of PnrugouUI, who is first vice-president of i Hayes was a, guest .. t \v; » icmBers. Mrs. ,'C."' E.' ' OCfll Womeii Attend P. E. 0. Convention • other Jhan Montgomery won 'high score pristo in gaincs, la\v went" to Mrs. Helen Watson and bunco to Mrs. Goodson. ; Epriug flftivers decorated the home. 'TReireshmcnts were served. 1 E: 0, Luncheon Mcel iiven at Carlton Home Chapter D of P. E O. Sisterhood was cntPttainrrt yfV.erday with a 1 o'clock'luncheon at'the home of Mrs. Hcrmon Carlton. Spring flowers in many shades were attractively arranged throughout the Carlton home al 1047 Chickafcawba. . .;..'s.^B. A. lynch presented the prograni on "Pittsburgh." The organization Is studying cities. .Present for the meeting were 17 members. Ruth Milled Bits of News t i. /VVrS. __ r^ , K.Oth ' Party Given ! By IVh-s. G. G. Caudil Mrs.' C. G. Caudill was hostess Congress of P. T. A., will be the principal siwnkcr for Ihe moiulni' program and the Rev. Harvey Kldd. pastor of First Presbyterian Church here, will speak that afternoon. Several Blythcvlllc women left Mrs. W. n. Bnrkotl of Basse;t. today for Little Reck to attend the proRi-nm clioirmnn for Mississippi P. E. O. Sisterhood Convention. charge of the program ReR-slrv- Delcnates arc Mrs. M. O. Usrcy County Council of P. T. A. Ls In and Mrs. E. a. Lancashire and lion will begin al a-50 a --i also attending are Mrs, R. F. Kirshner and Mrs. 'Harry W. Haines, who will be guesis ot .Mrs. J. A. Rlsgs, Mrs. H. H. Houchins, -,who with Mrs. Usrey and Mrs. ] Q Lancanhire will he guests of Mrs. Gus A. Lesley, formerly of Blylhe- I ctr\\r^r\ ville. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. l l - t -y ll -"l whf'n^T'' a " tl MrS " K i rslmcr ' 1 Mra - OeorKc Holh ol Lonoke, for- who now Is a supreme officer on merly of Blythcvlllo, depnrtH ent I. educational board, are president of the American Legion Auxiliary, will be principal speaker nt the Fifth District Conference or the Auxiliary to bo held .Saturday in Osccola. Mack Grlder Post of o.s- ceola is hostess for the District officers to serve the com-' ing year will be elected. Mrs. C Mrs. Frank Scay and oon. Tommy, arc visiting in Memphis with ber sraiutmolher, who has been slate finite ill. John McDowell' and son, Jr., and his mollier, Mrs. J. McDowell, left tliis momiivj We the Women I!V UUTil MILI.KTT NBA .Staff Writer An lii(lln)).i wife recently filed sull for divorce charging mental cruelty because her husband demanded $1.50 hourly wage lor any work he d i (i around tlie house. May bo [hat wife had a goon thing and didn't know it. i-'.\ 'ips her husband gave her n businesslike solution to Ihe problem most wives have — how lo gel ,;olin or Jim to fix a leaky faucet, mend n .. chair, or clean the basement. Is her husband ns guilty of mental cruelly as the husband who snys, "Sure, I'll do It .sometime, tomorrow maybu"? It seems as though a husband «ho offerer! lo do Die odd jobs around the house for :1 price would l)e rnvliv handy to have around. ELIMINATES NAWiINf; A wife wouldn't have to nai; him ! to get him to wort, since she was j imytiiB for the joli she could direct I just liosv she wanted it done. And " ••••he rtidn 1 ! v-iml in nay Ibe price, she could do it herself. There arc likely lo ijn m;niy times when livliiK :ilon« that the wife wlio is divorcing her husband because he charged her $1.50 To do cdd jobs Is ^oliig to look at a door that refuses to shut or u ivnshiug machine that icliifrs lo work. Thon she will think, -If i just had a handv man, luindv. I'd bo ylad pay him Sl.SO mi limn-." THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 19-17 Telephone Strike Is On Tougher Nylon Stockings May Be on the Way — (UP) _ Allen- lion, office girls who finds uesks, cliairs !'.!'.<! v.'nste tasiels litixard- ous to nylon .slot-kings. The Sun Oil Cy. reports that sheerer aiut more durable Mtoi'k- ings are .being produced tln-on^li the use of nn-.v nylon iirorcssins oils it has developed. Slotkings priHlii.-cd from tlieic inlla'ale tlircads arc ;.inoother and less iiiclinril to bmik when the v.-earer brushe.s asaiisst :>. roucjli cbjecl. Ihe company said. Joseph A. ncirnc. Pl-CSldeid, of Ii..Workers, left, Joins the Picket line front of n, c Telephone btiildinf in Nalio,,..! F erl,. ra lio n nf of striking telephone workers 'in Wn-sldnalou, slK.rUy «I W1 . nn .,„ to Comedy to Be Storied By Eighth Grade Class "The BIsck Ghost", a threc-acv comedy, will b« presented tomorrow night ii, the-IMi;h School auditorium, a o'clock, bv the i;rnduai- iiiR class of Junior Ili.'-li fidiool. •Proceeds from the play will be used to purclKUie a Rift which will be presented the ichuoi us a memorial to the 1947 graduating class of Junior Hich. 'Mrs. Otis Shepherd, mathematic; teacher, and Mrs. n. M. Stewart. English teacher, are sponsors ol Ihe play. Ti.-kets m?y bj nurchasccl .it. Kirby Bros. Drus; Slore or at the door tomorrow night. O£S Will Honor Group With Silver Tea Sunday OSCEOLA. •• " '- •'• Osceo/o News Mrs. Jackie Ramsey spent the weekend in Memphis as guest ol her mother, fits. John E. Mall- hews. They attended the exhibi- lioh baseball game- between the 13-wlon Red Sex "and Mejiiphis Chicks. Miss Glcnrta Marie Maxwell and her honsccucst, Miss Loraine Jor- cleii, returned to school yesterday after Ep.'ndii> K the holiday:; in O.i- ceola. They arc students at Wil- linin Wood College, Pulton, Mo. 'Mrs. Gcorrjc McCauley, of New- burK, Ind., has returned to hur home alter a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Leon Sullivan ••«•' family. * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JiMMiE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO, Oiilllilfiil Slalus The 20,000 natives of Cjvirnn under existing |;nvs, owe allegiance to the united states although they are neither citizens nor aliens, ami no provisions exist whereby they cnn become American citizens. Opens Kutia.iy ••'-.;• ni:irls 1:15 Cunlitiuuus Hi .1- S'*l mU Sim Bargain Night j >••— Night Kxcnpt Iinn.,trd in the Rnxy. ounda, B! mid 31J E. Slain Condition Rhoacls, who her of lias Mrs. been John very ill home on Hale Avenue, is improved. Mr. James T. C'oston has returned after having ipsnl a three mont'h's vacation jn Florida. past sfate presidents. Yarbro Group Will Hold Quilting Bee April 29 Mrs. .Herbert Mullins will be hostess to members of Varbro Homo Dcmpnslralion Club April 29 for a quilting bee. pl u n s were made al a session Tuesday at the home. of .Mrs. Spencer Bunch. „. _ ^« uu ,,i >,as nosicss 71l(1 18 members present onswer- ycstercjay afternoon to members ol crt ro " cnl) »!' telling what flowers Tc-'.vn land Gauntry Club will) n an<1 Dllll) s they with y at her home 11UU Icllo w members. Mrs. Elza Wheeler ,—, t. .gave the devolional and Ihcy join- Entertaining rooms were decorat- cc !! in B'- oll l> singing. Mrs. sr-cncer d with mixed Spring flowers. j Bunch read a poem. -, .Mrs.> Cornelius Mouinger won Durlne tlie business session, the high score prizj in games ond cll>D 1"ilt and lot were discussed. ; high went to Mrs. Caudill. Mra - Dinich demonstrated ' ' nefreshments were served. Mrs. Charles Van Dine announces the Opening of Her ALTERATION ROOM .' in The Vogue Shop ' 201-1 \V. Main Baggett of Blylhevillc. district president, will conduct the sossluji. Representatives from auxiliary mills- nl Monetlc, Lepanto, Harrisburg. Trumann. Joncsboro. Werner Wesl Ridge, Earle and Blytheville will allend. Mnngham, La., where Mrs. Me Dowcll will spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. W. DeMois. and family. Mr. McDowell and son will return here Saturdsiy. 103 Members Attend Osceola PTA Meeting CSCEC'LA. Ark., April 19.—There wove K3 menvbers present when 1-he 0.-,ecola P.-u-enl-Tcachcrs Association met yesterday at the griute school. Mrs. Carroll Watson presided lit the mcetinn, and conducted the Ibusi Mrs. Kutlilecn Thomas left, this afternoon for her ' home In Los! Angeles, afler siicndlng the past few days here with her sister, Mrs. W. W. Hawkins, and Mr. Huwkii s. Klie came esiiccially to be wllli her daughter, Mrs. noy c. Turner Jr., and "Mr. Turner wuo si:cnt the Easter holidays here. Mrs. Kusseil Hou«c and son, Jerry, of Memphis, arrived yesterday to be the guests a few days of Mrs. Hodge's parents, Mr. and Mi.;. J. A. McKay. Mr. Hodge will join tiiem here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Barliam, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. C. A. Tant, Mrs. E. L. Hale and Mrs. W. D. Cobb left this morning for pulton. Mo., where they will attend the organ recital or Miss Shirley Barliam, student at William Wocxls College. i.Vtr. ami Mrs. John Caudill and children, Lucy and John, have returned from Elgin, Ttxis. where they have been the past 10 (lays. Charles 'Hester Jr.', js ill at '"-- ^-j^i-vi^, ,-ii^., April 10.--TheI I Order of the Eastern Star will spoil- | sor _a Silver Ten Sunday honoring members O f the Order of tin Rainbow for Girls, which observed it; .uiniversary last Sunday i In order that each yi'rl could attend her own church on East.-- Sun- At The Hospital* ni,YTIIKVILI,K HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Max Ray, cit;'. Pat O'Brynnl, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John city, a son. fee box rolls. In gnme contests. Mrs. Neta Bunch and Mrs. Albert Holllngs- worlh were winners. The host era [business session, served a salad plale wilh cake. Mrs. Jellic Driver, program chair- The next meeting will he held I ""'I- read the president's message Apri^ 22 nt the home of Mrs. Rob- :in<l introduced Mitchell Johns "'Cirrtier of Ihe liigft school facultv! who di.scus.vcd the prcOlems ol Veterans and the Compulsory Military Act." Miss Billic Gaines Mann .presented a pimio solo. crt Thompson. Kantnamits Collect Comic Books for Y Have nny old comic books? Don't tln-niv Ihem awav—send them lo nlytheville Y. Tiie Kanlnamll Gra-Y group of Ihe Y Is sponsoring a comic boe-k collectlon campal R n. which bcpan al Suribury schools. Students at other .schools are also urged to Rive, '.heir old funny books to the Y PCRSJ- LJcskin is head of the cam- >aign. Mrs. Vcriton Jame.s' first grade won (he room c,-.-. ; ;i; prize jclmnl and M r . Johns' eleventh grade, in hlRh school. Coming Events Continuous Sho\*f Kvery IMy Itox Office Optns 1:45 rShow Starts 2:00 I LISTEN TO KtCN • ••• 1Z :»5 p.m. 4:3* p TKursday and Friday M.-s. I/:on CBC Citib. Alpha Delta sclicrer hostess ti Chapter of Beta iwrenU on Htolrwav liome of his Gl Norlh. Charles Hester jr.. Is ill al the home of his pnrcnts on Hit'lurav 61 West. Miss Iltibv Drown, Miss Minnie Brcwu and Mrs. C. E. Johnson aiv spending t'hc clay in Memphis. While llierc. Mi.w Ruby Blown \vill consult, a specialist.. •Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Sceman ami Mr.s. Floyd Simpson arc speiuliug th" day in Memphis. E. Thompson of Lit lie Hock. Federal • Collector of Internal Ucv- enue, was in niylhcville a l>rief lime Ihis morning as guests or Mr. nml Mr.s. Samuel F. Norris. He was en route to Lopnnlo. Mr.s. Frank Simmons lins returned from jotleslxiro, whore she was the tjtiesl ot lii-r son, nilss Simmons, and family. SiRina mi meeting ' i-ooin. 2:3o o'clock, IJorcus Sunday S;hoo! nisiss t.f First naplist ChurOi moctini: at the churrh. 2:30 o'cloi-k. with Mrs. H. Ij. Chaivb?rs nnd Mrs. \v. W Wal.son us .hostesses. Dismissed: Mrs. Maud Doyle. Steelc, Mo. Mrs, J. c. Graham and baby, day, the observance, which includes spec-:;! church sci^'ices, v.-a:; •;«••'Foiled a week. ' """ '""" They will be honored at a "Church ' •-"•}• Attendance Day" Sunday morning I WALLS HOSl'TTAi, at ;.lhc Presbyterian Church, when , Dismissed: (ho Rev. L. T. Lawrence will pi osentl Mrs. I'. E. Eubanka, Roule " special messnge. Icitv Mrs.-Gladys nun Is Worhiy Advisor of the group. Services Will Observe End of Passover Week Conclusion of Jewish t'assuver Week will be observed with a spe- Jlal^ service tomorrow nMu. y -Vclqck, at the Woman's Club ' Dr Aifrect Vise, Rabbi oi Temple Israel HARD-TO-GET ITEMS Steel Scissors i'osiai Sciiirs—Lock Hw.\r-,- Small Filing CiOiinrU Speed O'E'rinl Duiiliciitors S(;iiumcry Non-ro-ss (ircrling C;inl.s SAMUEL F, NORRiS Piltittnit—Offlco Supplies '£i North Second Mrs. L. j. Smothers and l.aby, Steelc, Mo. Mrs. Himniin Oiiiion and baby. Stcele, Mo. Bert Lamb Jr., city. Mrs. Max Pruitt, Manila. said today. The service will include a memorial for this occasion and o r . Vise will speak o:; "Invltalion la Life." Shipment of Bassinettes Jusf- in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP Phone 23U8 FAITH IS THE ANSWER! REVIVAL APRIL 6-13 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8tli and Walnut — Blythcvillc, Ark. REV. J. T. BROWN MR. RALPH CHURCHILL KSCi '' S ' a F°rl Worth. Texas Time of Services: 7:25 a. m. (over at 7:55 a. m .) and 7:30 p. m . Junior Choir or 7 p. m. ^ You Arc Cordially Invited to Attend All of These Services Scripture: "For Gu.l su lov,:,i !)„, worW thnl , 1C Kavo h . s gotten son I bat whosoever bcliovclh on him «l,oul«J not perish but have cverlasling lifn." John 3 -If, Add pcimanjnl coir-loil and good looks lo you( Jiomc «ith SLATS-O-WOOD Tailored to fit the design ol youi Siousc; they arc lasting j; th e fine wood o! which they're made. No no banjinj, no "up; sr.d dow~s" c bui!) into youi home 10 \ViiSoul obligation, our desisncr vc you an cslimilc lo custom built awninjj. Phone fot t'hii rce i PAINT AND WALLPAPEU STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Center" 1'hune Z487 Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 7 it. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday Nights Open Till 9 o'Cluc-k 323 North 2nd St. CROWING BOYS AND GIUS MUST TOU> THE TBUTHS-TAUCKT THE FACIH MILUONS A82 WRECKING THBS HEALTH AND LIVI5 THROUGH SILLY IGNOR. ANCE. HtRFJ A PICTURE THAT Will. OPEN EVKYB03YS IYI3. !T WJIU NO PUNCHES I K)CH SCHOOL ACE ulFIL i WOMEN ONLY AT 2 P.M. AND AT 7 P.M. MEN ONLY AT 9 P.M. HIGH SCHOOL BflYS April 14-15-16 Admission SOc lo All

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