The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 11, 1947
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TWO BLYTI&VILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1947 Supper Party Is Given Foi CluV'28, Guests FRESH FHOM THE FEED BAG Small womlei- llio cotton bag is ( callcil n !)=„• of Irickf! But tlie > bc.-iuly of llic E.trmenti-from-bag v lunt . is ( it doesn't take a Tlio louicv/ifu finds is Bniipli? cowing » fun to m:\lsc tlrcssci like these * from empty tncks. Included in the > Nr.lionnl Cnllon Council's \vafdroliC3 nre Ihe rrccp-tlycil lum fronk-, Ilia fl-ju-i:\r: formal 1 the prcrls.un- slnclc ?uit clyccl denim t Mrs. Steed Speaker At Liixoro PTA Meet Bits of News Ark., Auril 11.— Mrs. \Aissco Future , Homemakers to Meet in Wilson ppi County chapters j daughter, Mrs. R. R. Like, of Mem- influenza. phis. • ... , Mrs. S. J. 'Smith Joined Mr.' Lester Hale Jr., ami Annie Jean uorothy McAfee, Don Elstander, Smith In Madison College, Tenn., Latham left Thursday for a tlires- for the weekend and visited her day slay it! Little Rock, where sister, Mrs. Naimy Mills, in Nash- , they will attend a Student Council vllle. been 1 In 1S05 the U. S. oil Industry was drilling wells at the vats of 45 a day, !)ut nowadays it's one every half hour. Mr ifjM Mrx Edgar Boiion and Mr niS "Mra F B Joyner were hosts spdbostesses lust i.igfot at .The Hut lor a supper party for Club 28 Varied shades of Sprlop flo*crs in umism . I merds decorated, tae lobby ] ballroom t Guests v,ere Mr and Mrs Ffunucl P Norrls, Mi in I Mis | W. J. Pollard. Mr. and,Mrs. Jolm- j me Marr Mi ft" 1 Mrs Honwr Wil'pn Mr and Mr, R-xv Morris. . Mr -md ^fr<i Carl Sliirkltiul, Mr I i and Mn, Ma\ Ix>fcnn, Mi and Mrs James Ro), Ml ai d Mrs I Bill Young. Mr. and M'ts. Elbert Huffman Mr ayfrt^JVJn R B | Ftoiib, Mr and Mis Join Caudill,' Mr. ind Mrs. Ernest Roe, Mr. and Mrs. 'j L Ashcnft Ml nnd Mrs Spencer Alexander • ami Russell Haynes Fnrr. '"'*'. Mis. Keck Cntcitains 1 Contiact Club, Guests :Mrs. G. E. Keck entertained rhiuiday Contract Club members knd two other gncEls, Mrs. Russell Farrt ind Mrs chestei Caldwell. ilth a bridge lurfchcou seiitrdiy h'er home, 810. West MMn. Mbhd Spying lioutjuets vvere arranged, throughout the home and t '.n attractive avransemcnt of flowers centered the dining table at which the lurehcon. was served; Mrs H \V W^lle won first priz- in afternoon ' games " and seconrl .went-" to' Mrs, Rodnev Li. Banister [ Mis; Black Hostess j With Biidge Luncheon Mrs. W. B: Tanner'was awarded high "score prize in 1 bridge games when Mis F E Blnck entertained ,"1 Announcements have ,~, r celved by Luxorsns of the arrival their annual Federation session. 'Q |n i r , 2p( ? f a son '.J/if 11 '' ! "'!n| M 'Ts AV"^ KJU'rf ^ ••'"tJh.lS'^ r^'fcen re^strauon. At ,0 ^^U^re — ^^^ ^ %£ meeting. They were accompanied re- >>y their sponsor, George Patchail. I tie group .singing led by vllle ehi")tcr and following the «» nllci «>e "«'c Mr. Corkran, foi- sliming, BuriloUe chapter has charge mer residents of Luxora, and a of tlie business. A skit will then »'«« of Mr. ,and Mr" "'•-""• lie presented by Manila girls and Corkran of Luxora. 11 talk on degrees will he given by. Mrs. S. J. Smith had as her i;uesi members of the Reiser Chapter. I Sunday Freddie Keller 'of SI. Lou,s. A self-Improvement QUlx will 'oa' Quartermaster Coi'i)'s studies cle- hunk the popular notion that plll- slzoil cheiuicul meals intgnt someday replace steak and potatoes, IH- nsiniich as the Ixicly needs :it least 1800 calorics a day from UUs nnd ^.i ,-ii,, i stl "'cliy sweet foods: Onfti iiu | * WE BUY ' * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. I'iione MM conducted by the Blylhcvilte Chap- ter-iind at 11 o'clock, Patsy Travis, president of Blytlievllle Chapter Wilson "You Cook (It" Party and Hie Federation, will present' Tnc Methodist Youth Fellowship a talk on Camp Coiiehdale. I croup eiiteratined with a "come Dell will lead a panel discussion a i lc i c cok It. yourself party Wedon activities of various chapters. I ne.:clay at the new Methodist Church Diirini; the luncheon hour. Bur-' recreation - room. Committee chair- ilt'ttc and Slutwncu will present a in!U- w cre Charles Harnden. Mary •proKi-nm ol music. | A mi Grain, Ruth Ai-boU. and Vir- Girls frotn various chapters will ninia Ellen Bird/ Miss Flora R'll model clothe.*: they have made isi parley and • Miss RWbyc Berry are fponsors. Bride-elect Honored Wlh Patty in Manila Miss Era Wright, bride-elect of LUXOFi..\ Horace Coffer of Trimbl members of Wednesday Bridge! party Tcnn with anot h Wednesday nU;ht when of Manila friends fathered ^h Writ complimented Steed \vas spi'aker at the line of the Panmt-Teaclicrs iciiition Tuesday afternoon in school auditorium. i n biidge;iuncheon at her nt the home of Mrs. W. M. Brown 1 Mrs - s:ccil talked on "Cancer home' 915 West Henrn. -;. 'I for n -Dutch" supper and Utehrn illul lts "anger Signals". She eon- Mrs Hairy K'rby won second 1 sllower i eluded her talk liy showing a' mo- liigh' prize. Bouquets of hyaclntlis nnii ^ansles fornipd a f^'ing for the af'air. » **.'*. Mrs: Piichaid Hostess . iTo Jolly Eight Group . Bouqnets of forsythia. flowi'rhv; |"; ''" peach and bridal wreath \vere nr- ""„,;^" >c ranged throughout the home. "Time Is Life," furnished by rican Society of Cancer Control. The association voted to give the The 25 B uesU were served buffet Y( ^ ' c ^-'^,— "' •"" style at smnll. tables. i M] . s ,,, , stl .,.ror<l. preslcl . .The bride-elect was ident, w K nc , l(! Mrs A B . rto- . which commplcled u modern ,, ellc nn(( Mrs ,,. D W ilkln s will Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim England, their iliiuijhtcr, Miss ttoirionn Entjland.i^ nnd Bdunr Cain, were in Memphis At The Hospitals iu,YTiii;vn.i.E, irosi'ifAi, Admitted: Fred Brnswell. Haytl, Mo. G. O. K-sles. Manila. Wayne Atkinson, city. David Tlmnhie. city. Thomas Biggs, Cooler Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. G T. Hoiland, city, a son. I Dismissed: Put OTiryant, city. E. L. Colcman, city. Mrs. w. F. Fitzgerald, city. Patty 1.0,1 Stilwell. city. WAI.I.R HOSI1TAT, DBmisscd: B. W. Pike.. Cnriilhr-rsvillq. Mo. Methodist lln.spHal. McnijiliU Dismissed: Mrs. Iliu-vcy Kidd. Hlytheville. Luxora News Mrs. diaries E. Lewis was hos- tc?s to Hie Methodist Women's Sn- ctcty of Christian Service in her I'oint! Tuesday afternoon. Miss Florence Rush gave the topic for the meeting, "Methodist One Hundred Years of Missionary Efforts in China." Mrs. W. E. TIead. study program Oder, lead the study on "India :.s Youth." The hostess .served The Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Koctzel accompanied their 'daughter, Mi»s Thelma Koelz;]. to Conway Tucr,- dav. . .%. Mr. rnrl vrr. Lewis Cnvener and j ; | ;,.-.,. J..--N p,ur.Eev.motored to Hixy- ti, M).. \V-dr.osilay. ' MlfS F.\n Oetli Boylcs ha:; returned to Comvay after huviiiK ')"en infined'to her home a v/st-k with Mrs Richard Prichard was hos- ) 1O1 , O1 . guests f vo .., ulytiitv Jess -jesterdiy afternooii to mem- Miss Jp3s| - SJ . ilCj - Mrs . ers,of Jollj Eight Club »->lh-. n , YOUIIR. MLw'MnCirt Hcgan .nart. at her home on High- JCSs >j I01 . ncl , | Jess Mi| Greyer Wreh was awarded',.. . . v ; l /"•! I r> hi<?h score prize in afternoon..FWid-Week Lllib LillCStS ?amss, second higli went to Mrs. Xr «« >Y7 I 11 J O Hue-, and"rooko to Mrs.'Ui.lVll'S. W, kitchen. Ol;io-r thnn Ihe B' of rC | )rcsclU the association at c lyera Ominly Council mcctliiK nl Leach - Kumce ^,j|, ( , ir,.^^,, xliMrs.. T i,n sixth and tenth prailes won atteritTance nii/.cs. IndivhHial May today. > Condition of Mrs. A. M.' Hayiies, who has iJecn ill at Walls Hospital, was improved today. Mr. and Mrs. Stiles and Cnrllon Stiles, nccompiuilccl by Mr. mid Mrs. l.yim Nichols and duugh- Sandva, oi Kalama7XM>, Mich., made liy the fonrlh (;racle students nnd filled wllh cookies were served with cold drinks, by the 1 hostesses, Mi$s Gretchen TJarnc-:;, The home was arrangements of •'•'! "'Mrs" w. ' U Homer was' hnstcflH rouflli' i;rndc^ teacher," Mrs. 1 U- O • decorated with yesterday to members of the MUl- McLenclmi, .Mrs. Paul Jackson and flowers. ;k Club nt her * ^ • r-.- u :--,-•---- ^.vy»;(;/v WIIIU ufc i IV i The hosted served :i salad plnte.' two _ col ' u ..; e i un clieon '* "",••••••'-••-'••;»•• I .: spring 'flowers wcr Lcave_5-Hpspital •; •linnlf! brid- Mrs. Howard Duwcn. 'Spring' ! entertaining Mrs. Travis Hostess OSCEOL-A. A -if'"V "—if • -• seated., Mrs. Han-cy T. Kidd and infant nj games, Mrs. ITornor wo.i higli , , . daughter, Joanne Edwards, linvc £CO1 . C prl2p nml Ml ... C ccil S\\a:v;' M:ll " l( - "•"''* hecn removed from Memphis Meth- Eccor ui i,j g h. cdist Hospitall to the home of . ' * » » Mrs Kidd's mother-in-law, Mrs.'.«__• — • . . D Hnr\e\ 'T Kidd In Memphis. S ' ClWO TOf Boys The Rev and Mrs. Kidd arc par-.Organized at Chaps] cuts ol another daughter, Caro- J ' ,„„ Ijn, Uo and n half. ', Orpanizalinn nr a now • V icighbcrhood club for bnys a sahul plate. * • * • Miss Maxinc dn Barry returned | from Gideon. Mo., Wednesday wh'erc she had been tlie guest ol Mrs. J. T. Fletcher. Miss Christine Culvert spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. nnd have gone lo Murray. Ky.. for n Mrs E. M. Calvort. m Marked Tret 1 brief visit with friends. Miss Grclcheii Barnes spcn Mrs. Ciair Miller and father, H.'"'? Ellstc '' holidays with her pn>- K. B»rry of Hot Springs, who is cllls . Mv - n »d Mrs. W. D. Barnes visiting Mrs. Miller and family 1» BooiiDvilc, Miss. HARD-TO-GET ITEMS Steel Scissors Postal Scales—Lock Boxes Small Filing Cabinet'. SpeejJ DTrint Duplicators Stationery Norcfbss .Greellng Cards SAMUEL F. NORRIS Mjittng—Office STippltes 123 North Second Shipment of. Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2308 was yesterday afternoon at meeting held at the hapel on Lilly Street. Harold Ilcbertson .-.vas president ol the club and other officers to serve are Knecnc Dun- iiere, have returned from Gurdon and Hot Springs. In Gurdon, thny visited Mrs. , Miller's sister, Mrs. Oma Biaek, w^.o is quite ill. Mrs. M. While, her daughter, Martha Ann. and her mother, Mrs. Alice Woniack, telt this afternoon for Knrnrik,- m.. where thfiy will be the weekend guests of friends nnd relative.-;. Ark., April n.—Mrs. Miss Dorothy Hall, who Is :i eiilerlalnccl mem- '"ember of the Burdelte School Four Table Club yes- faculty, left today to -pen'.l tlio weekend in Conwny where she will attend n meeting of her bt'i-s of tli (erday witr a one o'clock luncheon at her homo on Broadway. Mrs. J. It. Love well \vf.s awarded sorority. high score and Mrs. D, If. Blnck- Thin-man Bailey, wood consolation. | the houKegitest of who has beni' Mr. and Mrs I Garth Castlio, and family, Iho DesscTt Bridg Given llantist r* if ., f^m \Ry Mrs. J. L. G/ascoe -d 1 past two weeks has returned his home In Campbell, Mo. 'George H. vale. Miss.. lo F.Micett of Green- visitinR Elmer Ross OSCKOLA. Ark,, April 11.—Mrs. ; Sniilh and his mother, Mrs. H. E. Vernon Aston was yuesi; Thursday can. vice president: Billy Jackson, when Mrs. J. L. Glascoo was host- •.ecretnry. and Wayne 1 ess at her home to two tables of treasurer.- ' I guests for i\ .dessert bridge. .-Yesterday's program included t»| In gftnics ),| B ii sc ire went to Mrs. w, W. >Vatson J.-. ,vicl pec- oiid .hiyli to ifrs. C. C. Bowcn. and i - devotiohflj period and indoor pu'taodc" 'games. The group will into! at the 'Baptist Chanel.-each Thursday afternoon, 4:-ir> o'clock, under leadership of J. P. Garrott ol the "Y" staff. A club name liar, not been .seU'Ci- cd, Mrs. Hunt Is Speaker At Book Club Meeting OSCEOI.A. Ark.. Ai>r-l 11.—mrs. i W. K. Hunt was Direst- speaker V/ at a meHinij of ihe Kennedy Uook Club in tlie homo of Mrs. c. E. James in Whitehaven. Tonn. £5hc spok-" 1 . on the Club's thrme for Hie year, "Looking Toward Tomorrow." Following the (jrofiram Mrs Jnnics was assirted In iC'-vin^ ler by nine nirinbors of the club. i ! Meet ings ! Alpha Alpha Chapter of Del. Si?ma Phi Sororily meelini; lonij:li , at home of Mis-s Iva Scny on Soutl -l^l street fur a "ho-bo" party. Miss Emma Lee Kinnimcr wen lo/Con-j-ny Friday to spend the tcekend with her parents. Mr. tint Mrs. Z. T. Klnniiner. Mrs. .R. T. llallew had as he; Too Late to Classify For Sale Oood '(-room liouss, aot'C o ground, fruit trees. Ail joins city limits. Imniedi ate possession. I'I-WB ?3t5( H. C. Cnmpbeli, Roaltoi 1'hoiic 'J'lB or 2ittO. 4-11-ck-l Einith, and family. 'Mrs. w. P. Brower, who has been with Dr. Brewer in Memphis, where he is undergoing treatment at CaniEbell's Clinic, is spending the weekend at home. She will return Monday to Memphis. , FAITH IS THE ANSWER! REVIVAL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8lh and Walnut — lllytticville, Ark. EVANGELIST SINGER REV. J, T. BROWN MR. RALPH CHURCHILL « , I^lil, S. C. 1'ort \Vnith, Texas Time of Services: 7:25 a. m. (over at 7:55 a. m.) and 7:30 p. m. Junior Choir at 7 p. m. You Arc Cordially Invited to Attend All of These Services v \ " ^ -V ' Scripture: "For God so loved the world.that lie gave his only begotten-^on that whosoever bclicveth on him aliotild not perish hut have everlasting life." John 3 ;1C. Now— Easier than ever! HOME PERMANENT wilh urn eras "-und ... Ribbed.. R«-usabU New Deluxe Kit £*» with plastic curlers .^C Roll up your hair in half the lime! Toni Professional Plastic Curlers have 50% more curling surface; anil they're rilibeil (treaded) all over* to keep hair front slipping. Save money every lime yon rc-nse your Toni I'laslic Curl . !">r a refill kit costs only $i.00-c< ntnina Ijut cnclc 5. mlh fibfr rttrlfrt KtfiH Kit , 'lout curler* WOODS DRUG STORE Mrs. Charles Van Dint announce. 1 ! tlie Opening ol' Tier ALTERATION ROOM The Vogue Shop 2014 W. Main ! Phone 2231 Ku\ Office Opens a( 6:30 Opens Sumiu.v ' "'•"', Starts 1:15 Coritinuniis E*1 .i'- S-ii 'n<! Sun Bargain Niglil r«-— Nfelit Except Sa'.-..rju; .t •.-. *•* bonurcd du .junday n (be [tii\v. Last Time Today Continuous Shown livery Day Hox Office Opens 1 :<15 Show Starts 2:00 MSTKN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 )i.m. 4:30 P.O.. Last Time Today Kid from S o morrow Our New Window Display Offers New and Vivid Suggestions for Spring Just the Lamp and Picture You'll Need THE GIFT SHOP We Gift Wrap Free with Frrdric Murdi anilHetty AKso Shorts FiHJ SATURDAY Dude Ranger ^..' with OeorKe O'Brien Serial "Mysleriuiis. Mr. M" No. 0 and Short • fn- M S'"'"- S:it. la^^-'.l-XO Slllldily THE AMAZING ADVENTURE OF A YANKEE DOODLE DANDY IN JAPAN! with l):nniye Kayi> Paramount News aml_ Shorts Selected Short KnhjtM-is Continuous Showing Kverytlay SaUirdav Texas wKIi Key Uofferf; and Dale Evans crial "Son of (Ju:.rtlsi 11:111" No. ' anil Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday ami -Monday LUCILt - , e »i/«i i WATSON ' S - l SAKALL • BRADy Fcx News & Sclectert Short Subject Continuous Show bun. Paramount Nena Selected Short Subjects Admission 50c to All Matinee and Night Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday THE MANAGEMENT OF THIS THEATRE BELiEVES IT HAS TWO BASIC OBLIGATIONS TO ACCOMPLISH... FIRST, TO ENTERTAIH ITS PflTRONS AND SECOND, TO PERFORM A PU3UC SERVICE. IT IS IN THE INTEREST OF PUBLIC SERVICE THAT WE PBESE^T THIS SWICANHY VITAL MOTION PICTURE... 221 W. Main St. Phone 507 WOMEN ONLY at .m. HOLLYWOCD CIST! AND IR PERSON ON THE STAGE ELLIOT FORBES FEARLESS HYGIENE COMMENTATOR WITH A STARTLING MESSAGE! MEN ONLY at 9 p.m. TICKETS ON • Alt AT 7.3t LIMITED TIO * S »T | N C C A P A C I T V

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