The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 10, 1946
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BLYhiEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1946 High School told sudbury Parent Teacher; he the er AMcUUon member; at the ha» mcetlnc this School term „ iur*r, who with «hiM«n *nw ye^rs. P<*nie;t out that tbey mu»t ** Uugbt bow 0 act in public and tnmed to * polii* »nd maruieijv 'The only place'-Mr tuch ininlnt U in the >ome in<i 'school,' she sakl In ' 6ls(!**S4ng h»r., subject "The Youth $f,jr«xiay." she pointed out that jotith*~today are not changed but tte enjtronment. things they hear and «ee are dUferent In many ways-Many have not been taught in the home that their actions in 'public brand them and many do jnot know how to act. 1 Mrs E P, Fry »as a»arded 'life membership in the Assotintioi- and presented a coinage o( ?"* 'carnations She later »U1 be presented a Ufe membership pin Mrs Fry is pritipal of Sudburj school Officers, »ere installed during tlw j business session To serve are Mis •Tim tft&r president. Mrs U S rtzc», v!«e president, Mrs Georg jstilwcti, secretary; Mrs. Bates Slur treasurer, and Mrs Don Lutz historian. , It was decided by the group to purchase' a' f 100 War Bond. Mrs. 'Foster Hostess ' 1 To Entire Nous Club i ' I Mrs A E Henry played bridge yesterday afternoon with members of Eiitre Nous Club when Mis. Jolrn Filter entertained at her horn* 312 North Fifth Mrs. Ivy W Uiamford was awarded high score prixe and sec ond high »enf to Mrs M. Fitz£ uiunons. Roses decorated the Poster home. A feature of the afternoon was Mi>.. Foster was presented n Mitf Frances Bowen and Miss Uina B WUhelm, aentor sponsors. Guest* were divided into groups for a Softball ganie with B«n Lan- CMhire and J. L. Johnson as cap- talhs. Refreshments of sandwiches, cold drinks, rakes and other picnic foods were served by Mr. and Mrs, Lov- etl, assisted by their daughter. • • • [Contract Club Guests f Mrs. F. B. Mrs. p. H. Jnyncr T.US hostess -<fl Mf niters of Thursday Conlra-l Club mid two other guests, Mrs. osco ciuftou and Mrs. M. A. Is acs, with a,bridge luncheon yes- erdiiy at her home. 1103 Holly. The dining room table was ceu- >red with an nrrangeincni Dutch Irises and roses. When bridge wns played (luring he afternoon, high score prlni, veal to Mrs. O, O. Cnudill find ccoiul to Mrs. Crnfton. Vlrs. Houcbins Hostess To Chapter D, P. E. 0. At The HosoitaU 1 Walla birthday gift by fellow members of |W-club « ' Sandwiches «ere served. Luncheon .Compliments : Four* Memphis Guests Mr!i«'Farmer England entertained >est*rday with a luncheon at Hotel Noble honoring her four hcuseguests. These were Mrs. Will Orglll, Mrs Edmund OrglU, Mrs, Sidney Genette and Mrs Robert Archer. <ill of Memphis. Pink rosaa^hiUvblue cora-i lowers in a silver tio»T formed 'the attractive centerpiece for the lunch eon table. J? Mrs. England's guests relurne; yesterday afternoon to their homes • * • ' * Octette Glub Guests Of Mrs. Geo Langston Mrs. H. 11 Houehlus wus hastess at her home, 1000 West, Main. Wednesday afternoon to IS members of Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood. Mrs. C. W. Afllick hml charge of thc^prograin on Hussion short stories. In discussing; the sloiics she lold of their (.nuts and the authors , who wrote these stories. \ Garden flowers decorated I he 1 Houcliins home. The hostess served n dessert course. * • • Bunco Club Guests Of Mrs. Lane Nowell Mrs. Lnnc Nowell entertained yesterday afternoon wllh a bunco party for members of Alpha Belu Bunco Club. Entertaining rooms of the Nowell home, 416 Kentucky, were decorated wilh hydrangea and vuv- ied shades of corn flowers. During afternoon games, Mtfli score priz^ went to Mrs. Bill Turn- Mrs. Tlwodore Logan, Highway (il. North, is In Memphis as guest «f Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fiisby. Mrs. William Berryman, Mrs. John Paster Mid Miss Mellm Poster spent Wednesday In Memphis. Barnes Crook. 113 West Walnut, nas gone to benlou, Texas, where rie will be tlie guest of his sisters, Miss Arm CTook and Miss Margaret Crook, students nt Texas Stale college for Women. He went especially to attend a dance with Ann, who will graduate the last, or this month. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway, 801 West Main, left todny for Marshall, Mo. where they .will sixmd Mother's Day with his mother, Mrs. Emma Conway. Mrs. Dlcli Watson will motor to Jonesboro tomorrow, accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy., shannon and Dorothy Cross, where they will San Francisco from the Philippines. He Is a veteran of 14 month* serv Ice. Mis.. Richardson, the former Miss Myra Aim Neely, is making her home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ],. Richardson, at their home In Yurbro. ' Mrs. Luther Gray, who has been ill several days, has been removed to nlythcvllle Hospital .for .treat- liicni. Joe Hughes, who lins been quite II nt lilylhevllle Hospital, has recovered. er. bunco to Mrs. Jack Marsh low to Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Tile .hostess served a course wilh iced driiiks. and Octette'Club members were entertained J ester* y by Mrs. Clco Langston -at her plantation home at Number Nine Roses'fcere arranged in entertaining rooms Wh£h' bridge was played, high score BTlze went to Mrs. Edwin Robinsnn and second to Mrs. J. C EHLs Refreshments were served during games. • « * Mrs. White Hostess To Her Club, Guests Mrs. Jesse M. white was hostes. vestertjay »ith a bridge luncheot to members of Club Eight and tw . other guests, Mrs s C. O*ens an Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. Hydrangea, magnolia and bloom ing pohiegf'a nates • decorated < th White home. 401 East-Davis. Mrs;- R.'-'C. Allen was awarded high score prize* during afternoon bridge-game-, and second high went to Mrs; Graham Sudbury. 2 i ' -r ' ^ • » Bunting Son Named Word hu been received here thai the son • *K>m-- I«K Friday to Mr and Mrs:' John Jamts Bunting o Phitedelntaia, Pa. has been named Jjobn James- Jr. With .thctn Is tin. BunUng's mother Mrs" W I benton, 1109 West Main, wbo pkuta: to remain in PriiladrlrJii« for itveral weelu. Mra. BufiUnc U the former Miss Vlid-week Bridge Clul) Guests At Luncheon Artistically arranged sprays of cherry on the dining table formed an attractive centerpiece yesterday alien Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertained with a' bridge luncheon at her home, 905 West lleain. for members of Mid-week Bridge Club. The cherry sprays with greeu leaves oral bright red cherries ran the length of the table, covered with a while clotli. Following the two course luncheon, members, all of whom were present, played bridge. High score prize went to Mrs. M= O. Usrey mi second to Mrs, Harry W. I aines, i attend to business. Mr. and Mis. Fanner England, Mr. and Mis. Karl wndenpfhul and Oscar Fendler were amonu thosu who attended the organ r«- cital by John Summers last nlyht hi Juesboro at First Baptist. Church. Afterward, they \vci\? guests at the reception given Ijy Mr. and Mrs, Fred Trout I for the organist. Mr. Summers is 'well known In Blytheville, whure he made his home when a child. Blllf Cross, electrician's male third class will arrive home in few days to be wllh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Cross and family at their home, 300 Lako. Klertrlrian Cross arrived in San FYanstsco 'IHiesday and en routJ home will visit Ills brother. Cap- 1 lain George Cross, and Mrs. Cross, Dr. Eilua Mies relumed home last night nfti'r a trip to Chicago. Milwaukee, Wise., and Rochonlcr, Minn. In Chicago, she wns the guest of cousin, Mrs. U. O. Allen and while in Rochester, underwent check-up at Mayo Clinic. Mrs. Sally counts of Pasadei Calif., is here as yuest or Mr and Mi's, fjeorge W. Ilaihnm, 13U!i West Hearn. Capt. and Mrs. James W. Witsoi of Austin. Texas, are here as guests of his aunt. Mr. Boone Hall am Mr. Hall, at their home. 1024 Chick asuvvba. Captain Wilson has jus returned from the liuroiwati Thea Lieut. Roy Stalling* Weds Illinois Girl Of interest In Sieele, Mo,, U- announcement of the marriage of MUs Audrey Fay •-Carnwell, daughter of Mr. and Mis. KHoi) Carnwell of Hlufoid. III., to Lieut. Ray Lee Stallings. ' . ''•'.•.' The wedding was solemnized. Jan, 22. at St. Charles, Mo. ; Attendants were Mr. and Mrs liichard Clary,, sister and brother- in-law of the bride. Mis. .Slalllngs was graduated from i Ulul'ord High School and lieutenant Siullings was released In April from active duly In the Army. They will make their horn* In Stcele. Admitted: A. J. Andrews, Rt. 3, city. Dismissed: fay Talley, Sleele, Mo. S. Parnell, St. Louis. Sula Jane Curtis, city. Mrs. C. M. Hood, city. Mrs. James Brooks, city. ' BlytlifvUlt Hospital AdJnittcd: Garry Bose. Kennett, Mo. Mrs. Luther Gray, city. Mrs. Edward Webster, city. Dismissed; Mis Ciiy Whitney, Manila. Mrs, C. W. White, Holland, Mo. Qeorgc Cussidy, city. Elsie Giirman, Cooler, Mo. Walter I'ankcy, city. Mrs. Ada Ciooin, city. Mrs. W. A. Lilly and bauy, city. Joe Hughes, city. Andrew Bundy. Leachvllle. Martlia Riley, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Huland Anders. Osceola. Metliodist Hosilllul FFA Banquet Given At Cooter, Mo., School An annual father and son banquet for the Cooter, Mo., High School Future Fanners of America has been inaugurated by 1946 FFA members. This practice was begun last Thursday night with a banquet honoring the fathers. The iiwocatloh was given by Jer ry Brown, opening ceremony by FFA officers; welcoming address by President Bobliy Waters. Junior Scrlbler and Lyle Glover presented a musical program and Hobby Joe Dennis gave the hfstorj and purpose of FFA. . T. C. Razor told of the projec program and C. D. Wright, super intcnclent of schools, spoke briefly. Main speaker was T. A. Haggard, of Steele, and John M. Gale, advisor, also spoke. The closing cere- nony was by FFA ofllcers. Coming Events SATURDAY American Association of University Women meeting at the home ;if Mrs. B, A. Lynch, 1115 West Main, 3 o'clock. Read Courier News Want Ads LUCY Me ADAMS Consultant lor LUZIER'S Fine Cosmetics ?x>x Office Opens 1:4* Show Starts 2:90 1*0 KJLCN Admitted: Mrs. Finley Bauchmnu. city. Mrs W. W. Prewltl, Osceola. Meinplils St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: ' John Oliver, cai'ilthersville, Mo. ITCHING BLACKHEADS SKIN SUCCESS OINTMENT Another "From Me To You Letter" from Harry Fritxius. If you are an American Citizen. HEAD THIS LKTTEIU The disaster which your writer 1ms predicted from time to - time in these letters is upon us in all ll.s ugly implications. O'.n- country is being pnralyzed and her industries slrnuglcd throiiBli the thirsl for power of ONE MAN. Untold suffering will accrur, not only in America, but all over the world, especially in those countries where our lenders arc begging that we sacrifice in order to save them from starvation. ter. . > Miss Louiso Lewis of Tiptonvill Tenn., .siwilt Wcrlncsdny her guest of her brother. Harry • Lewi and family. U19 West Walnut. Seaman First Class Kennct Richardson will arrive home In few days following his arrlvnl Java holds the world's record ir Ihe most frequent' 1 Ihumler- torms. MOXAKC H ffaet SPINACH DANCE Saturday Night 9:00 til 1:00 o'clock In the air-conditioned BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 60e Incl. T»i. Checkroom Available LADIES AOIVriTTKI) ONLY WITH ESCORT LovettiT Give Picnic For ^Seniors Yesterday Mr^mritf Mrs R W. Lovelt coni . the Mythevtlle •I ali'ii 1 claw, ot which the! , Mia* Edna Lovett, Is v jntnil»y alter neon wit »t -Walker Park. M r tfcfe only affair yet give to tbc u**i d**t at which tuttrtdtwl coupl* entertained. tor Utt occukni ve Mian, la addition to , K. Banty. principal, ami Tune to Radio Station KLCN TUESDAY, MAY 14th 12:55 p. m. Noon Hear the Address by GENE E. BRADLEY CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Mississippi County, Arkansas I^BMBMBBMBMiMaaai J.LOUIS CHERRY Hear The SKYLINERS QUARTET TONIGHT AT 7:30 .liiumy Slroud, l>ireclur»t the "Above the Clauds" broadcast heard on \V1EK(', 004 on your dial, eucli weekday morning ut 5:'lf). prc- scnls a one nisht Revival ut the Assembly of God Church, corner of 7lh and Ash streets, loniiht .xt 1:3«. The purpose of this one night revival is U> win Young; People f«r Chrht and to help keep Voting I'cople interested in Christ's work. iwLUZIERS New York Life Insurance Co. Btjtiwvlllc, Ark. Mies > MM Wh«r« Your Flowers Are—You Aral One call to us will arrange to hnve your remembrances sent, not just once, bvit month after month. Ask about this plan. I^FLOWERSHOP •,*». .AM. (MM) We're doihg~out best., From Hmt t» Hmi we hat* • n Km!t»d jupply of NYLONS. H y»» don'1 gtl' your pair, pl«o*« *V again) \- and ogoin - «nW tupply.' tolches up with dtmand. GRABER'S All this because a loosely wiitlen law forced upon a weak, labor fearing Confess, in lime of oui- eonntry's direst need, by labor leaders who put personal gain al:ove patriotism, is now taken advantage of in another time uf dji-e need by an unscrupulous man, John L. Lewis. This disaster (admitted as such by President Truman) affects for the most part, innocent people who have no interest in thc nueslKms involved and who have been taught that America. ••Thi; Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave lias a i;w- erument dedicated to the happiness and protection of ALL her clli/ens from all foes both from without and WITHIN. Mr. Lewis is within the law. The law ''\.'> l !« st j° n ;. i ||° w ^ ri '^ :h . another heritage of the New Deal's vote getting experiments No h'wver is your writer, but he is very certain lliat any lav: which Gives any individual or any organisation, power greater than Last Time Today The Harvey Girls uilh .1 inly Curium! unit John Hodiak SeleeU-U Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday RED RIVER employer the subject of a government Investigation if he sees .«, to iseharge or hire an employee. Power to tell an employer how mid. he shall pav regardless of his ability to pay. (No he doesn i v ve to , av tic alternative is to close down his business and to I'ace the orga.iLtion's ,>oli C e force .pickets) around his plant ancfto forcibly beat off any America,, citteen who daves offer us services) Yes power of life and death over every American cilj- /" and power of life and death to our American way of lito •md our time honored American tnsLilxitions. 1 repeat I am u.i.. certain that such a law is unconstitutional, if not actually tiea- 10 ""[ 5 siich a law is not unconstitutional then the legal arm of esiiecially our supreme court is as dead as a ilodo. Mr Truman's attitude in the present disaster is .that he can do nothing because Nlr. Lewis is within the law. Why not admit the nth o£ PrSdent is obligated under the constitution to repor to Congress from time to time, upon the state of the ""j""- «»' to rcconimeml to their consideration such measures as he shall deem necessary or expedient. H-is Mr Truman done this? Has lie not rather (with his no- litiraVeye upon the 1MB elections) consistently used his prcsuien- t ',1 restioe in the Senate to kill every bill that the House has nass'd ami he has faUed to recommend to that body anv biUs that would in any way curb-the Mower of these " e ''l)o you remember" more than :S yeftr; a_go your "Koynl Mounted" No. Utiil Short Conl'd Shows S;it. I2:il0 lu 11:3* Sunday and Monday Tars and Spars uilli Alfred Drake ami Janel Blair Paramount Xews un*i Selected Short C'nntinuniis showing 1:15-11:M of these power-mrtd labor writer com- nlained'because many of our icad'his citizensT and our local paper, whilet line £ -private to admit the danger then looming over Uie hori/Ion. were not willing to openly stand and be counted? It's pretty latc-but pray Cod not too late yet. If every mother's son (and daughter)'just will be brave enough to stand an.l be counted. , Pi.Hsv-iootinE will never win this battle. As your writer luis -' to _ rtin CI*Y 111*11 iv 'iiicl Jfliifln wove never its F"R'I"TZIUS .. "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS I wish vou could visit the wholesale market, with inc. Speakjnc of gloom-toy the outlook is really dark. Nevertheless-read the following. Fritzius has never failed you! This Saturday I promise ,,yon the greatest array of scarce merchandise you have seen in many a year. 1—SHEETS—full bed and twin bed size. 2—PILLOW CASES—you'll b« surprised how many. •,1—TURKlSH TOWELS AND BATH CLOTHS. 4—Plenty of BROWN DOMESTIC. 5—The largest display of beautiful PIECE *°On« vou have seen since the war-exquisite White Lawns for baby clothes; fine Novelty Cotton Prints- fine "Cloih-of-Gold" White Pique; damty Sheer Rayons; glossy White Satins; and many other rare buys too numerous to mention. ({—Several cases of CHIX and CUR1TY DIAPERS. 7—The finest assortment of DRAPERY CURTAIN and SLIP OVER material we have yet been able to obtain. Heavy 52-in. Cretonnes with white background; Flowered curtains; Pure while extra wide Marquisette Net by the yard; fine tace for curtains by the yard; Wonderfnl ready marie drapes and curtain panels; best grade white candkwick tuffed scrims, by the yard—and many S—Helic've it or ot — a limited supply of POCKET WATCHES and KNIVES. l 9 \ new shipment of FINE ENAMELWARE—including dish pans, water buckets, white puddniK pirns. Winsor pans, Winsor pots and lc;\ Kettles. 10—DINNER SETS—Try to find Ihem elsewhere. All kinds of dishes. 1 I—RUBBER SHEETING. 12—The finest array of MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS in Blytheville IS—BUSTER BROWN ANKLETS have been,discontinued but we still have about 75 dozen pairs on hand. This will be your last chance to purchase these fine anklets at 25c a pair. U_0nc lot of Indies "STARDUST)' SATIN SLIPS- stzes 32 to 40. Also "LOOMCRAFT" BLACK TAFFETA SLIPS in out sizes. lf>—For the kiddies—TRICYCLES, METAL SCOOTERS, real metal CAP PISTOLS—and plenty ol caps. Come in Saturday and browse around. , FRITZIUS "Ahvay* Something New" 2017 W. Main Telephone 3457 COMING SOON TO TUB KITZ: AttVENTUUK will! Clark Gable * C.reer Garsou >IV KKl'UTATION with Barbar» Htuiiwyck »t George Brent K1TTV will. I'uulKtte Godiiard A Kny Aiilland Matinees Sat. & San. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Start* 6:45 V. M. Each Eveninf Opens Simda; 1:M; SUrU 1:11 Continuous Shows Sat. and tfen. Bargain Mglit Ererr Nlfhl Kxeept Saturday. No pane* honored »n Bnda? M the KOIT- Last Time Today DOlIliLK FEATURE Mr. Skef f ington iclle Davis * Claude Kuiiw Crimson Canary wilh Noah Hroiy .Tr. ami l.ols Tollier "Who's Guilty" No. 1 :im! Short Confil Shows Sal. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday «n«! Monday Two Girls and a Sailor with Jimmy Dnnrnte & Van Johnson Fox News and Selected Sh«rt

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