The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 20, 1946
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PACK TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 20,1946 Marcia Lou McGregor Honored Friday Night Mr*. Ear' McGregor was hostess Friday night »'"*> » party complimenting her daughter, Mareta Lou, iif' observance of her 14th birthday. '' * Gathering at the McGregor home. 315"South' Division, .were 2* of Mai'^ia'XoiV's.Xi'ieJMls, %-ho spent the evening dancing and-pUying games. Rrtrtehments Included birthday ca*V/ i^S' McGregor,was assisted by ^Gerald , Dozier and Miss Alice McGregor.- • i- -i r- - i, . « . • • - Birthday Observed Witrf' 1 Party Saturday Alice --Ann Ledbetter, daughter of Mr ."'and Mrs.'J. E. Ledbetter, was complimented .Saturday witn a birthday party at th« Ledbetter ho'me, 52'0 North Broadway. Tvjeh'e gifests, gathered, to celebrate Alices 12^h birthday and spent the afternoon playing games. Prizes. ;^nt:t.o,Martha Ann Foster. Barbara'. Ann 'jbhjisdh a.nA. Linda Lou Bunch, • Refreshments of birthday cake with lc e cream ond cold drinks were served. , • - • . •' Senior-Is Honored At Supper Last Night U. of A. Speaker Chancellor Deane Malott of the University of Kansas will deliver the commencement address at the University of Arkansas in Fay- ettcvlllc June 3. Coming Events TUESDAY La Nueve Club meeting witli Mrs. Newell G. Jerome at her home on >Bitsto!N< ^Personal Coiuile Hay, student al Mississippi State College, StarkvUte, Is here with his parents, Mr. and Mis. D. fi. Hay. Here as guests of relatives niul friends are Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cmwfurd, Mr. and Mrs. Morris lio- hatmon and son, and Mr. and Mis. Royal McDeiment and family, all of Torrance, Calif. Mrs. McDermcnt Is the former Miss Jewl'l Crawfo of Biythevllle, daughter of T. M. Crawford, Owen Crawford is T. M. Crawford's son and Mrs. Bohaci- iion, his granddaughter. Mrs. H. E. Cobble and son, Clark, returned to their home In DecaUu- Tenn., this afternoon sifter havins been here as guests of her mother Mrs. G. W. Smith and family. Mrs. John L-. James, who lias also been ft Kucst of Mrs, Smith, her niuit. has returned to her home in Nur- jnuii, Oklu. She Is the former Mis? Beverly Jean Tliurpc. Mrs. Coublo was formerly-Miss Ernestine Smith. Rudolph Vrska is expected to arrive here Thursday from New York, where he lias been the guest of hi parents, to be with Mrs. Vrska ancl parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius iiome in Helena. Mr. Mangrum and Delbert Yancy, also of Helena, had visited the Ford family here and returned several days ago to Hel- )ia. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston had as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs, John Sumner, who recently moved to Missouri from Tulsa, O'Kla. Mrs. Simmer is u former schoolmate of Mrs. Lungston and Hie two had not seen each other in 15 years. In Blytheville for a few days to visit friends and relatives'are Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Simon and son. Henry, of New Orleans, and Mr. and Mrs. H. K. McArdle and son, R. E. Jr., of Houston, Texas, They plan to IK? here until Wednesday. Mis. Robert Cheatham and two children, Danetle and Bobby Dick, loll yesterday morning to return to their home in Parkin after having been here u week as guest* of her mother-in-law, Mrs. W. 2. Cheatham, 218 North First. En route home, Mrs. Cheuthum and children are guests of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Sullivan, and family In Osceolu. Mrs. Jesse M. White, daughter, Murtha Ann, and Mrs. R. C. Allen spent Saturday In Memphis, where, they attended the Cotton Carnival. Miss Evii Williams returned homo last nUhl from Memphis, where she had been since Wednesday. While ilict-c, Miss Williams consulted her specialist. John Hcnson of Manila, father of Mrs. Harold Sudbury, has been seriously ill at Walls Hospital but his condition today is satisfactory. Condition of Mrs. E. A. Hale, who is undergoing treatment at Walls Hospital, is serious today. Barbara Ann German, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John German of Steele. Mo., underwent a tonsilec- tomy today at Walts Hospital. No Bluster Now '«**"': Family Reunion Held Rustic .Inn. 'Mr, : -Baiham is the clAss teacher. - ; 'The table .was centered with an arrangement of blue hydrangeas arid pink roses. ?The :piest of honor was presented a gift. • The'supper followed baccalaureate sej-vice^','at the High School sta- Mrs. Doyle Henderson hostess (o Tuesday Bridge Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs. G. G. CaudlH hostess to Town Miss Amelia Modinger. Mrs. Charles Langston and son, Charles, of Number Nine community, will leave tomorrow for Louisville, Ky., to be with her mother. and Country Bridge Club. j Mrs. Beulali Duke, who is tit, . HlKh School senior class guests M r an d M rSp Roy Head. High- Bt play party at Russell Furr home way cl North, left yesterday for Opera ]In JirMition to those, already ,ui- npuu£cd,~ planning". to .attend ths o>>»] afi. ; 4onight and .tomorrow, night * IB Memphis are several other Bly- t^evitle"'' reslaents. •»••••;,Drs'."Carl arid Edna'NJes will o.t- tind "Carmen," as will R. C. Allen. jfcrs. W. C. Garrigan. Gfty Garrigan and Joan Trieschmann. Dr. Bdna Nies saw "Madame Butterfly," t* be presented tomorrow night, ill Milwaukee, wise., on a tectnl trip. . _ who will.also see with Mr.. Mrs. Farr. Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell as hosla and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris host nnd hostess a dinner parly complimenting Miss Betty Black. a visit In New Orleans, other points on Gulf Const nnd in Tennessee and Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cummins-, and sons, Clarence Wayne nnd Larry, and Miss Leona Carter, spent yesterday in Memphis. Chopter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood. Mrs. A. B. Ford. Mrs. Monroe %'pkrmea,:' .wll^ be Joined In Mem- Qhls'^by ner son, Jack Hale, an ex. ufrislfln' agent • in''Harrlsburg, Ark. ^ind'. Miss Betty Grace' Ludlow of *nesj»ro. ^ _ , • * « Two.Are Complimented With Birthday Party ; 'Miss Vivadean Hudson and M!.w ^sther Sharp were hostesses Fri- dny night with a birthday party Honoring Miss Geneva Lambert and Jfiss Aline Hansard. •iThe 60 guests gathered at Thel- rka's Cafe, where they spent the evening dancing. •^They were served refreshments of birthday cake and cold drinks. • Among the guests was Eudean IJarris of Yarbro, recently discharged Sjom ,the Navy. ?ep Meeting is Held * 'The initiatory degree was con- ftrred'pn several candidates of the Southeast Missouri Odd Fellows at the pep meeting last week at Sc- rlith.' ".Lodges from .Steele, Maiden, Hayti, Campbell, and Senath meet monthly tor pep sessions. {At the last meeting, the inlUa- tpvy degree was conferred by Kayti. Which also had a drill team. > Following the meeting, there was a[ supjwr servad at the community building with the Senath Rebeccas • 3B hOStS.- ', The fiext session is to be held J&ine 6 'af^Malden, Mo., with the Steele Lodge conferring the first having 1 o'clock luncheon meeting with Mrs. C. S. Stevens at Grider. THURSDAY Miss Betty Woodson, president. of High School Girls Beta Club hostess to'*play party for members of that group at home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Mis. C. W. Ramey hostess with luncheon complimenting her niece, Miss Virginia Swearengen, ut her home. Mangrum of Helena, and Mrs. James Meacham have returned from Por- UiRevllle, Mo., where they visited riends last week and Mrs. Mangrum left yesterday to return to her with red Ilame across the center. Armed civilians called fldavrta walk or ride horses through town in atmosphere of the old "wild west." At The Hospitals Walls Hospital ' Admitted: John Henson, Manila. Mr.s. J. T. Glover,'Rt. 1, city. Virgii: Schrader, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Alvin Webster, Rt. 2, city. Mrs. Cleo Tucker, Cooter, Mo. Barbara Ann German, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Jvfelvln Blurton, Carutheis- vllle, Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson, cily, a daughter last night, Mrs. E. L. Davis, Caruthersvillf, Mo. Charles Flecmnn. Manila. Mrs. William J. Rlgney, Excelsior Springs, Mo. Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Dorothy Orr, Luxora. A, H. Webb, Sleele, Mo. Mrs. Ernest Reynolds, Luxora. Eula Mae Gentry, Dell. ' Mrs. Bessie Stalcup. city. Clara Mae Wlndham. city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mc- Clurc. city a daughter yesterday morning. Dismissed: Mrs. Lela Moore, city. L. D. Chamblin, city. Mrs. Edward Webster, city. Mrs. Mary Fisher, city. Mrs. Hut Raspberry, city. J. E. Green, city. Mrs. Gallic Moore, Grider. Mrs. L. E. Clark, Luxora. Memplihs Baptist Hospital Admitted: Herbert Shlppcn, Osceola. Mrs. Cecil Mann. city. W. A. Cowgill. Keiser. Memphis .St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Clinton Sharp, Osceola. Memphis Methodist HosftUat Admitted: Mis. T. W. Perkins. Osceola. Ii" (liose eyes glance in-your di- i-eclion, malte sure your coti- SL-ience is clear on your income tax return. He's Frank J. Wilson, chief of the U. S. Secret Service, recently named to direct n small unny of Treasury Department agents in running clown income tax evaders. ,-The Army built the first 111 -.the United States. The J. D. Needham home at Half Moon was the scene yesterday of a family reunUm and dinner, honoring Mrs. Needham's brother. Edgar Brown, Mrs. Brown and tv, - o children, John and Patricia, ol( Broslcy, Mo. The family will move soon to Flint, Mich. Guests included Miss Minnie and Ruby Brown of Blylheville, siste/s of Mrs. Needham; another sister. Mrs. Edgar Posey, and family, al•-» of Blytheville; four nieces, Mlssej Ka'thcrine and Dottle Brown, Ijoth of Bono; Mrs. Leon Thcrman anil Mrs. Victor Wilson, both of Blytheville. College at Marshall, Tex. Graduation exercises are to be held Friday with Dr. Blake Smith, pastor of the University Baptist Church at Austin, Tex., ns the speaker. i Fear of what may be in store for him is etched on the face of. Anton Erunner as he takes the stand in Vienna war crimes trial. Wartime Gestapo commissioner, he is accused of sending 49,000 Jews to their deaths. Central Commencement CONWAY. Ark., Jvray 20. (UP) — Dr. Robert L. Whlpple prepared today to lake u)) his duties June 1 as president of Central College here after delivering the baccalaureate sermon yesterday. He is professor of psychology and vice- president or East Texas Baptist HONORABLE DISCHARGES The Camp Chaffce Personnel Cener, near Fort Smith, lias ainioiuicett hat T-5 Jessie E. LuldetU, of Wilson, ancl T-3 Steve Fletcher, Route 1, Joiner, have been honorably discharged from the Army. QUALITY WHEN QUALITY COUNTS 13 assured when you buy &L Joseph Aspirin. Unexcelled m strength — purity and quality. A Iwuys dependable mid economic ill. DtMnnnd St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest seller at lOc. »Suve iiioroou the 100 tubletbotllcSoc. GIFT SHOP 3 East Main Choose Your Graduation Gifts The Beauty Nook . Ill No. First Phone 894 ' Helen Laster Isabel Farbus j •••••••••••••••••••»•• Kurdish Tribesmen To Defend Freedoms TABRIZ. May IS. (Correetl —(UP) —Turbanned Kurdish tribesmen openly carrying riiles nnd pistols mingled in the streets of this frontier capital todny wllh fiery Azerbaijan democrats who swear they will defend their liberty with their last drop of blood. Armed men, ranging from chocolate lined Kurds to blond A-zerbal- janis, roam the streets of Tabriz but there is no sign of uniformed Red Army men. Reports indicate the Russians have evacuated all of the province. Azerbaijan has deployed an e:ll- mnted 15,000 men—almost IVir entire democratic army—along the southern provincial frontier to guard against nny attack by central »ov- ernment forces. There were only n few thousand ^egular troops left in Tabriz. Most of them wear Russian uniforms with Azerbaijanis insignia—n rising sun AYDS candy tjeadllM for former .GIs to reen-1 Ikt In grade within 3 months of discharge is June 30, \9K. TOO FAT? Get SLIMMER this vitamin candy wa) Hn»ea more slender. (icurt No «er- cisirw. N'o laxative* No tiruKs. With llic !um[)leAYDS VilaminCarKly Reducing nan you don't cut out any mcali starches, potatoes, m«t» or t ihcm down. Ii's easier ious (vitamin fortified) cah. Absotu tHy harmless TT H I You Can't Buy Silverware You Need and TV HAT you can Do About It! Where are tlie knives, forks, and spoons . . . the silverware you war brides and other women of America need and should huve to complete silver services you've already started? Thny certainly aren't on our shelves In any quantity, as we have regretfully hnd to tell customer after customer Ihese last few months! The fact is that manufacturers simply cannot buy the silver they must have to make the silverware yon so desperately need. Silver currently produced Is being held in hones that (he government will Inc' its price from 71c to il.29 per ounce. FURNITURE Of course, we dou't get all we could sell, but as we get it our policy will be first come, first served. Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main Phone 2302 AH uur Employees are War Veterans. Dial 474 and We'll Pick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY NU-WA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 218-20 No. Second for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Call Miss Francis Jonea Landys' Beauty Shop 200I5 W. Main St. Phone 3990 Landys Rowlett For River-Washed deli occ mc by a»«llr»l doctor feM* »« «* IB » ""'' AYDS Vito KIRBY HKOS. 1HCUU STOKE The government has a hui;e pile of idle silver that is not hcing used to hack currency. • 2'>5.000.000 ounces of I!. Oh, Happy Day We're hack on schedule—1- day service. Why don'l you gel back on the oW scheilulc again — send your clothes regularly. A thorough cleaning and pressing with exocrt workmanship iind service. Just Dial 2433 Our Driver Will Call PEERLESS Dry Cleaners 416 South Franklin But this vast hoard nl envonimcnt silver—which the U. S. Treasury is willing tu rMeaKC—cannot be released tu inanufactnrers willioul ConRrcsKlonal action. WHAT YOU CAN DO! Wiile or wire your two senators loday and tell them you want to compU-to that silver service you've started. Urg.; them to support without delay the House version of the amendment to Bill HR-5452 (which lias passed the House and Is now stalled In the Senate) providing release of sonic of the government's huge hoard of Idle silver . . at the OPA cciltni; price of 7lc per aunce. Tell Ihcm that you want to buy the knives, forks, spoimr, nnd other picivs \ou need at non-inllalionary prices. Unless you do this now. there Is danger . . . almost a certainty . . . that you'll have to wait a long, loin; time before you can (jet the silverware you need, or that when you finally do get i(, you'll have (o pay an rxnrbltanl. IT'.oe for It. You will have to pay $35, for instance, for a place settiiif; In sterling now • priced at J23. Your Senators arc —Sonater J. W. Fulbrighl and Senator John L. McClellan, liolh may be reached by wire or letter at the Senate Ofiice Bulldlnc. Washington. D. C. > Tell them both today that you want to buy silverware at a price you can nf- ford. Ask them to tet action quickly to free Idle government silver for vise. SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. I,arkin — — — llulcn Holmes Continnrmi Show* Every D»? Box Office Openti 1:41 Show Starts 2:9fl LJSTEN TO KbCti I>ast Time Today Frontier Gal with Itocl Cameron and Yvonne de Carlo Paramount News and Selected Short Continuous Showing Everyday 3 Monsters NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, R H E U MAT I SM These three monsters have caused more pain and suffering than all other human ailments combined. And during tlie past 50 years Mountain Valley has fought them day in and day out; and has to its credit many notable victories. Probably 6 to 8 glasses of this niu- ural alkaline water may or the greatest blessing you have ever known. Try it for 90 days. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blytheville, Ark. Tuesday and Wednesday <V COBNELWILDE, l ihe BANDIT of [SHERWOOD FOREST .wMta LOUSE • W ESMCUD - [dtaf tO&HJ* Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing: Everyday J. LOUIS CHERRY New York Life Insurance Co. Blytheville, Ark. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ: MY REPUTATION with Barbara Stanwyck & George Brent KITTY with Panktte Goddard Jl Ray MiUand CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. JJst your property with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. 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