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BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS WRDNKSDAY, MAY 22, 194G fea Dance* is Given , "or Glee Club Senidrs Senior. Qlte Club members ot Ihe High School Ol*« Club were fionored,. y«*t«rd«y .afternoon, 5 D/sso/ved DAR Committee Still Fighting Ban on Negro Artists ATLANTIC, CITY, N. J., May 22. 3'clock to 1 o'clock, »l a t«» dance | (UP)—A militant group In the at the ,Woo»n's Club Other club, Daughters O f the American Rcvolii- ' """ ~ members. ,ahd their mothers and host*sa«. The club house wes decorated with arrangements of Spring (lowers andjturhlng candles in whit* candelabra. tl.on, under the leadership of Con nectlcut Coilgrc.sswomnn Clare Boothc Luce, served notice today 'it will continue its flslu lo eliminate the UAH's bnu on Negro -ir- tlsls at Washington's Constitution J.^? 1( ' -. .. WI1UL Refrcsljmetvts .;were. served frpm |Ha) j two lace-draped tables, the ialitei Delegates to th c DAR's 55th Confor party foods was • centered wlth| n llcn i a | congress voted yesterday an arrangement of pink roses and white snapdragons and the table to older .dissolution of the IV- incmber "DAB committee against from which punch' was served had rnc i a i discrimination In Constltu- decorallons of.glowing white can- ,j on i, a ||,l' headed by Mrs. Luec dies in crystal holders,. : land composed of 10 DAE member*!. ~v... .„ „« ^^ Iv onu.-n.iti^ u ^ Mothers > who partlclpateo In (.However, the DAR's action in buck- S205.S11.015 In war bonds sine'. officers met with fireworks from the committee. Mrs. E. c. Denny Vnnn, Leonin. N. J., spokesman for the mlnori'.y group, said she would Inshl Hie rc- tolullons committee report out today or tomorrow tho Luce committee's proposal to eliminate the artists only" cliui.se from the lenses for the DAFt-owned hull. It will take fl two-thirds vote to get the resolution out of the committee's plycon holes. A report submitted to the Con- es.s today disclosed that men of the DAU subscribed bers giving the tea. serving on various 'committees, werj: Mrs. .R. C. Allen, Mrs. Russell Barhihi. Mrs. W. M. iScrutjgs, Mrs. Huss*ll C. Pan-,- Mrs. |C. W. GaiTlgan. Mrs.: Matt Mon- jngluin, Mrs. H.' O. .Partlow. Mrs. JMax Parks, Mrs.' Garth Castho, t Mrs. J. T.'Westbroolt,'Mrs. Roseo * Craftou, Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Mrs. P. B. jbyner and' Mrs. J. G. ; Tricschnmnn. '• ouesls Included Mtss Rosn Hardy " and Mrs. Wilson Henry, ;- » # • ;; Presbyterian Women I Meet Monday Afternoon tig up the ixjiicy of Its national ' I'earl Harbor. WSCS Circles Meet Monday afternoon The Womtm's Society ol Return From Memphis Several other people have returned hojne Jrom Memphis, wlUT they attended one or both o! th( tlnn Service of First 'Methodist OJXTIIS presented Monday mul Tui'S Chui'cli met Monday afternoon in (\ ny nights. c]rcle_8rmi|>s. I Mr. nncl Mr.s. W. D. Col)1j an. Mrs. Paul Jobe was hostess to'Mrs. Ralph Nichols attended "Car Circle One, for which she gave men" and Mr. and Mrs. Nichols, the devotional. Mrs. William Wyatt | their children, Martha and Itulpli led the studj lesson. The seven Jr.. and Mrs. H. S. Uainl uccom- mcmbcrs present included one newlpauled Mi's. Cool) to "Madame tBitfof News Personal Meetings Oilvet Commamlry meeting tonight, 7;30 o'clock, at the hall, for work in the Temple degree. Governor to Address Medical Convention LITTIJ5 ROCK, May 22. <UP> — Governor Ben Luncy will address the annual conference of the Stale Board of Health here Thursday. Dr. T. T. Ross, State Health Officer, 11 preside at the two-day session. HSfards NOW cur mcto FOK QUICK CLEMMCt. OVANrinfS LIMITED. HURRYl K birthday Monday and tn observance i of the occasion trie : p'rogmn prc- i, tinted u-»$ "Birthday Objectives." member, Mrs. A H. ISoyd. co-hostess. The devotional nncl study lesson was given by Mrs. Haley, assisted by Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Mrs. colemnn Stevens and j! church, and "Mrs. Roy Walton led H the devotional. t ... ij The three-delegates, : who attend' h ed th c recent Presbyterial in Little . Rock reported the event In a skil. '. These delegates vein Mrs. C. M. Gray, Mrs. ; Harvey T. Kldd and j Mrs. J. E. 'Beasley. '.; Participating on the program i were Mrs. G. W. DlUahunty, Mrs. ^ .Walter Dap i Thomasson. and Mrs. Veinon s present. Henry Humphreys hostess to Circle Three. Mrs. Mrs. on Highway 'jjfvjyptjls.. Mrs. Pciil Klni)»fough f The "Blrtljday Objectives" nam- ' ed were the Italian mission, the Chinese mission and war relief. Refreshments of birthday cnko and coffee we,te j.served [rom the table, centered .with an attractive arrangement of flowers. Mrs. Alvin Hardy Will Entertain Mrs. Alvin, Hardy will entertain members ot CBC Club. Friday at- ternoon with frpurty at her liome, ' •- - 1 ' riost '- css to that group last Friday with, a luncheon. ^ . Mrs. Paul JtimhroiWih. was hosl- score prizs Curing. ,- afternoon rook games and second went to Mrs. Ross r Moore. '^Rooko . went . to Mrs. Leridenhic Fowler. -Is Host Dan Wallate, *«« host Saturday night with a 'party for u Rroui) of his friends 'at the liomc of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Wallace, 520 Cliickasawba. The group, spent the evening playing games and were served refreshments of cake and ice creair by trie host's, mother. Out-of-town 'guest were Dan's cousins, Edwin aud Don Waljacc of keiser. Butterfly." Mrs. J. M. Stevens ruul daughter, Hiss Martha Frances Stevens. »f Dell have returned linme as liave other opera attendants, including Mv. and Mrs. George M. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry. In l.he atter party were Mr .and Mrs. Ocorge Henry of Jonesboro, well- known In Blythevillc, whore lh?y formerly made their home. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nasli attend- ' eel with a large party of friends from Memphis and Greenville, Miss. Carnival Visitor Sues Amusement Cavalcade MEMPHIS, Tclln.. May 22. (UP) —A suit asking $7.000 from the Cnlvaeade of Amusements, which Circle Four at the Haker home, j appeared here during the Cotton The devotional for tile 10 members' Carnival, was pending in circuit attending was given by Mrs. John | court today, filed by u woman who Chnrles L. Wyllc led the dcvotioiml and study lesson. Two guests were Mrs. J. E. Callaway of Arkadelphia, houscQuesl of her daughter. Mrs. Chnrles L. W.vlle, and Mr.s. W. H. B:wart of Kosclusko, Miss., houscguest of her mother Mrs. A. M. H. Branson, and fotnily. Mrs. L. E. Baker and Mrs George Hamilton were hostesses to lie. J. L. Van I lower of Smith- I ille, Temi., spent totluy at Yai'hro .'itli Mrs. Van Hooser and lier , iiirents, Mr. and Mr.s. J. E. Neal. te came by plane. Mrs. W. I'J. Hood of Eupora, Mis^.,' is :;erionsly III at Memphis HajJlist : l(ib]>iial. With her Is Mrs, Bert I.'.unb. her daughter, and other rel- itivi'.s. Ml 1 . Lamb has returned home .iftcr liciinu there a brief time. Capt. and Mrs. Robert z. Grimes of Tendal! %'icld, Kla., are here for a week as guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. f,. H. Moore. Mrs. Grimes is the former Miss Mary Helen Moore. Chris Tompkins Jr., Has nrrlVi-d home followinn his clisfharye from the Navy, to be with his parents at their home in Utirdette. Mr. and Mr.s. J. W. Under of C'a- ruthcrsville, Mo., spent yesterday here on business. They were accompanied by their niece, Mr.s. O. Jones of Jelferson City, Mo., the former Miss Agnes Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. IJader now live at 901 Carleton Avenue, after having moved from their plantation home at Ba- dervlllc t« the new house they rjuv- chased at Caruthersville. Mrs. H. G. Wickham Is undergoing treatment at Blythcville Hos- State of Illinois employs ex-servicemen In code departments ami independents offices under Gov. Dwiglit H. Green. OAKD OF THANKS We wi.sh to thank our frietu for the kindness shown us in tho death of our husband, father, son and brother, Karris Clark. We wish and devotional was conducted by! neck, causing her to fnint and to Mrs. L. E. Old.'In addition to thei^e confined to lied following th« 12 members present was one guest, | Incident. Mrs. Hugh Whltsitl. | Mrs. J. L. Gunn was hostess to nine members of Circle Six. Mrs. E. B. Oee gave the devotional and :hc study lesson was led by Mrs. Miss Heitt. Speaker At Missionary Meeting Henry Young. Shelton Hostess To Glub Monday Night Miss Jane Shelton, retiring president of Blytheville High School Home Economics Club nncl a member of the senior class, was hostess to tellow members of the club Monday night at, her home. 1520 West Walnut. Other than club numbers, n Bnest was Miss Elvira Sellers, clnl) sponsor. A pink niirt green color scheme was carried but in decorations, which included attractive arrangements of garden flowers. The cookies, served with a beverage, also carried out, the color a Coming Events THURSDAY Miss Betty Woodson.. .president of High School Girls Holsi Club hostess to play party for members of that group at - home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Woodson. Mrs. C. W. Hamey hostess wl'.h I hincheon complimenting her niece, Miss Virginia Swcarengen, at lu'i' liomc. Mrs. G. O. Pont-/, hostess to Club Eight. Mrs. J. O. Huey entrrlaliui Friendly Rook Club. Mr.s. H. c. Hlankenslilp- hostess to GNB Club. Mrs. C- F. Tucker entertains Oc- tette club. Mr.s. Ivy W. Crawford will bi 1 hostess to Entre Nous Cinb. Alpha n^tn Bunco Club niecls with Mrs. Leon Speck. Mr. and Mrs. Loranza Lawhorn and family. Mr. and Mrs. cnrl Brasher and son Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clark Sgt. Arlene Clark Miss Nacline Clark Mis.s Ramell Clark and a h'ost ot other relatives. scheme with a replica or single pink rose lopping each. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. W. T. Shelton.' Miss Dolly Heltl, Baptist Wo . men's Missionary Union Field; W/\*T J Worker of 'Georgia, was guest!™" 1 " speaker Monday. afternoon at thc -Monday At Church Women's Missionary Society of, Just Baptist Church meeting ut | The Woman's Missionary Union the church. .";'„ . or calvary Baptist Church met. Miss Heitt htt.1 as her topic racial Monday afternoon ut thc church pvoble>-. and led a discussion unifor mission study, racial problems in the South. Mrs. p. H. Jernigan taught the Topic of the program was "The | concluding chapter or the mission World Significance of Justice and book following a brief business ses- Co-operation Among the Races o! K ion. The meeting was opened with 20th century club hns monthly supper dance at The Hut, 8:Id o'clock. the South." As a part of the program, a Negro quartet of Harrison School fifth grade students pro- Prayers were led by Mrs. Theo- sentEd vocal 'selections, dore Logan and Mrs. Harry Ray Brooks. ""''•• YWA Meeting Held Miss Doris' Adair was hostess Monday night to 13 members of the Young Women's Association uf Fust Baptist Church. Those Ukifig part on tlw program were Miss Cliftie Overman, .Miss Kattiryn Cleveland. Miss •Betty Klncaid,' Miss fediia Overman 'and Miss Adaline Lee. It was announced that the meeting next week would be with Miss Kincaid Refreshments were served. song and n prayer led by Mrs. Elmer Van Clcve. Other prayers were led by Mrs. Mabel Lnnsford and Mrs. S. D. McGhee. jffft V HuMKo ^v (Dainty COOKING FAT DIGESTIVE TRACT And Stop Dosing Your Stomach With Soda and Alkalizers Don't ex|>oct \.o pet renl relief from tiL-tidsichp, sour stomach, «iis :tml h:ul breath \>y t;ikin^' satin nm\ ollti-r :ilk:i- lizmil (lie Iruccuuac of your trouble U conslinMion. I n this ciwo, yo ti r real t rouhl o i F< not in thcstomucli tilalT. But in the intestinal trnctwlicrc80%ofyourfoodis tli^rsicd. And when it gets blocked it failj to digest properly. *t What yon wunt for real relief 13 not Rodnor nn alkiitizor—but sotuelbin^ to "unblock" yourinlcstm:il tract. Stuno- Ihinp to clean it out cfToctivcly—help Nature Rot bi/ck on her feet. Get Carter's rills riuhL now. Tako t. You getycniiino relief that ninkc?! you ft-ol rctillij goo<l iiR.iin. Otirf Cur tor's Pilliial any dru^turo— 25*. "Unblock" your intestinal tTact for ro;il relict from indigestion. FEET HURT? Relief Guaranteed or Your Money Back! New, Sensational Velva-Sole Arch Restorers Will Eit most cnjts. give complete rell<f of nearly all types of common foo^ aHmunt.t such an \vc-;tk- cncJ nn:hc.-«. nic-latftrartl cnlloust'.i. invs.mre from corns, \fg pain.-*, jo re Uccla. weak pronaleil anXle*. F.XPKKTI.V FITTED FAMILY Shoe Store 312 W. Main riiunr 2342 Mi.s.s Fdnn Kate Ilnle of Wushlnfe-- loit, D. C., nfrivucl to<lny, by plane, to IH- with her mother, Mrs. E. A. Hale, who Is -seriously ill at Walls Hospital. Her fiUher, E. A. Hale. || >!J has been ft patient at Veteran.^ Hospital in Memphis. Your Time Is Valuable . . . Our Service Is QUICK! Call 2611 • for Road Service Anywhere • Tires Repaired—any Kind. • Batteries Charged—Quick or Slow • Washing and Greasing • All STANDARD PRODUCTS • Mechanical Repairs. MARR'S AUTO SERVICE YOU KNOW WHERE Pepsi-Cola BolUine Co. of Blythevillt BILLFOLDS hlllfuM. Mucle 1.either, .fust Surd |l»cUet from <jciuiiru: :i feu'. MEN'S COTTON SLACKS 2.98 Kegulur 3.98 sanforized shrunk slacks. \V:iisl sizes 44-U6-3K (inly. Just a few. Buy now anil MEXICAN HUARACHES ('(jinfin t:iblr, cool! just when you urcil GIRL'S SWEATER 1.57 Knit cotton sweater in an unusual shell design. Si/es 7-11. f \sstirtcd colors. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Maront DMB SmJih, OWMT BUf. Dial 474 and We'll Pick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY NU-WA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 218-20 No. Second 2.29 Kcdurecl them. for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Call Miss Francis Jonea ARCHERY BOW 2.77 l.cmonwood and hickory bows whlc'li sold for 4.50. Vuulh A adult slues. METAL SWING SET 16.88 l(k-;i] for ilie youngsters, complete with two swings & oni; LINGERIE CHESTS 3.77 Six drawer style wliri-h nells for 4.2!). l''or lingerie, jewelry, or niUl.s ami end tritiket-i. REGULAR IGc BUTTONS 5c Guaranteed washable. Fiish- . lonuble buttons fur ulinu^l ev- *iry need. REGULAR 1.05 SUN SUITS 87c Stursurkcr siin-siiKif ftir boys or sirls. Si/es U to (!, Ktil or blui: .sli'ipi:. BOY'S WASH SHORTS 1.27 S;iiifori/ed shorts in stws 10 \- 12 iirily. A Imt ^vc;ithi;r necessity. BOY'S COTTON KNIT"T" SHIRTS 77c .lus( :i few lo clear. Si'/c raiiRC limited. liny im\v mul s:ivc. BOY'S ALL VIRGIN WOOL ETON CAPS 98c Hutulsoine well mnile with :in i-lght st'ctiun cruun. Assorted .sizes. GIRL'S DRESSES. REG. 1.98. 1.37 Trint dresses ill sm.lrl styk-s. Sizes 7 lo It. While thry lust. GIRL'S FANCY SHIRTS 67c KcRUl.lr 1.07 shirls in hriKlit piillcrns. Just LI few. llurryl 60" CABINET SINK 104.00 .Initi n Tew left. U'onil ruhinet. IjnoUnnn top vtnk, with f;iu- cct .V strainer. COAL BURNING TANK HEATER 9.95 lint water when yon need it. Reduced for riuirk clearance, fleg. 16.iO. REGULAR 3.59 GIRDLES! 97c riastic roll-on gtrtllr in small, medium \ Inrsc .sizes. White only- MATTRESS COVERS 2.97 Twin l»«cl si?c only. Added protection for uh! or new mattresses. WOMENS SPRING SUITS REDUCED! Lartdys' Beauty Shop 200:{ W. Main St. Phone 3990 Landys Rowlelt Regular $19.95 Suits, Now ---Choose your fuvorile all wool suif from our weleolion. I'ptihir style.s and colrors.' Iteduclioii up To (ift'i. flEDUCED FOR OUICK SALE DRESS CLEARANCE! One Group of Dresses reduced lo clear C—'J Prices from 1.89 lo 3 CLEARANCE of SKIRTS Hiiyon Ildape Skirls, Which Formerly Sold up to -j.47 iUKS. colors in gold ;;reen, black and red I 1 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:4l Show Starts 2:<M> LISTEN TO KI.CN :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. -;:30 11 SALE! RAIN C0ATS Hey. (i.!IS Cotton Caliardiiie Raincoats in C.HS I'optilai- Styles, lilack Only. Reduced to Battle Jacket Clearance Hound's Toolh, All Wool Jacket With all Metal lint tons. Regular !).f)S, Now CLEARANCE of COATS! Spring Coals in Pastel Colors. New Drastic A.SN Reductions save you up to 50'*. Now.... 9 up CLEARANCE OF FURNITURE Lust Time Today Bandit of Sherwood Forest with Cornel Wilde and Anita I.oiiise Selected* Short SubJecU Continuous Showing Everyday Thursday and Friday DESKS REDUCED! \ViiIinil l''inishi!(l Desk WHh I! Drawers on cacli Sidi'. H;is Cenlur Drawei. Now .lust ........ 1Q. IV SALE! UTILITY CABINET 15 While Cfibinel, Si»e 1 2"x«5"xfi I". Sinnlc Drawer. Glass in Upper Dour litiv Now ;uul Save aranMtini New.s And Selected Short Continuous ShowinE Everyday COMING SOON TO THE RITZ: KITTY with Puuletle (iodilard A Kay Milland PRICES CUT! SAVt AT WARDS PURSE CLEARANCE! Dov.cns of I'nrses which MIIH! be Ole:ire<l from •1.1(7 Our SlcK-ks. Assorled Slyles and Colors. KCK- I .'IS I Others at 3..J7 and H.!)7 Straw Work Hats Reduced! Coo! I'roleclion fnmi (lie Summer'Sim QT C t Now Ju-it WI LADIES SPORT SHIRTS! Reduced for K. O. M. Navy Hlue Only. Assorted 0- 2 >» Si/.es. Kt'Kiilar i.:li), Now Jti.sl MONTGOMERY WARD Matinees S:tl. & Hun. Only Box Office Opens G:30; Show Start* 6:15 r. M. Each Evening (>I»ens Sunday 1:00; Sturts IrlS Conliimuus Shows Sa(, and Sun. Bargain Ni&hl Kvcry Night KxrepL Saturday. No pnssc* honorcu on Sunday at the Koxy. Wednesday Meet Me on Broadway nilh Marjori'e Krynolds and Fr«» Bradr Selected Shorn THURSDAY ONLY

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