The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 25, 1947
Page 2
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fACE TWO BIATII15VILLE (AUK.)'COURIER NEWS Emily Wixsqn, Society Editor 1'linnc -IG1 20th Century Club Celebrates ' Aniiivfersary • JViytheville's 20th: 'Century Club celebrated -Its first anniversary last »ieht wif.: a supper dance at The Hit when Mr. and Mrs. Blan S. •Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius : Mpdiiiger Jr., -Mr. and Mrs. Willard H. Pease, Mr. and Mrs. ert A. Porter and Mr. and Sd Stewart were hosts and tesses. ' Each woman vas presented Mrs. hos- an old-fashioned violet and lace corsage as she was received at Hie anniversary . dance. 4 single large burning white [lie arranged with greenery centered the sewing table. Multicolored Spring flowers of tulips, lilacs, violets and .other blossoms decorated the mantle and Spring tocitquets placed throughout the. bull room and lounge completed a setting for club members and giiY-sts. puests were Miss Molly Guard Two Senior Plays WUI be Given At School Tonight niythevllle High School's graduating class will pvscnt two one- act ploys tonight at the high school ~~™ Bits of News auditorivrrn as a pail ol' gram with 50 participants. I The first play to us presenled is entitled "The Rose- Garden" and | \ Mike Mcrciney was In Memphis .oduy to consult an cv : -> specialist. Hi; was accompanied by Mrs. characters will be portrayed by. Meroncy mid Mis O O. Stiri-s. Johnston. I>. 1). Poster, 1 Miss Ciail Rich will li-iw Ruth Sony and Hill 1 iMiiht by plane for .Rosemary > lo- I'hocniA, An/., Clarkscn Kn- niotlier, Mir. G. C. Nancy Partlo'.v , Williams. I'» visit Rolls in "The Fllfiht of the Her- kin. nnd ons" will be plaved by Vannve Eaklii. Whitlev. Palsy Travis. Thomns Boil.; Condition of Mrs. V. O. Hoi- Don H. WriBht and GCOIKC I'ol-l land, who underweiiL a major ~k I operation Saturday in Memphis As specialties, the Blytheville Metlmdist Hospital. >x much iir.- Hiah School quartette, niadr up ofi proved. Mr. lloll md Isa.s- In en of> Elizateth Town, N. visiting hfjv parents, Dr. and Mrs. James L." Guard; Jack Fihley Robinson, Miss Frances Uttle, Tom; Little Jrt, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Grain. !<W. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan. Mr. and Mis. Oscar Hazelbaker, Mr. and •Mrs. R'«do!nli Vrska, Miss Lynr Jajkson, Joe McHanoy, Mr. an; Mjs. Lloyd Ward. Mr. nnd Mrs •Leonard Oluhnm, all of Blytheville •Miss Marjoric Muyo, 'Henry James Srfift and Mr. and Mrs. Ben But-, lei Jr.. of Osceola; -Mrs. Kathryn mi Pattee of Chicago, guest arid Mrs. A. Ti. Olsen; H^l of Little Rock. freeman JerniRan, .linunie Henvy, R. C. Allen and C. O licdniau. will present .selections and Jlrovvn- Troon 12. under direction of Leonard Johnson, will pivc "Sundv Lande Dance." Bobby McDnniel will five a Jolsnn Mrs. the ituth Milled smile and readi- of "April Showers" and "I.el A-nyn" and Mr.ry Ann J'nrlts will presenl a voc:«l :-ok). Sf"" Fill your Heart." Miss I.una li. Willielm vector, issistr-d bv Miss is i>lay t!i- Francos licr. Mrs. Kathryn Pat-li'.T and your son, Johnny, are guts's of Mrs. P:Utci''s sister, Mrs. A. n. Olscn mid Mr. Olscn, mt Holly St. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Olsrn back hero this wed; from Chicago, vjliere '.hn Olwns spent, a brief visit. Mrs. l';dlce and j son plan to be here iwo weeks. ! Also Kuost of tl»! Olsens yeslei- day was Alex Hill of I.I Ml: Hoik. Cicne C. Fi'llows of Memphis 'will. .spend the \veekend I'ero as of Mr and Alex and ccmmilteer, assislini- to siane tlio two flrnmi«i were headed by Dan. Cildwell. Don H. Wriisht. Jo Shanks. Doris Camercin, -Jin: atcs and Stanley Heod. liero Progressive Party Held For Phebean Class Group Tlie Phebean Sunday School Class ofjFirst Baptist Church was entertained .with n progressive party yes- tsrdny • afternoon nt the hnmes G- Mts. L: A. Dougherty and Mrs. Vic- toj Stilwcll. Mrs. KeltO'i Fraiicls was also n hostess nt the two homes. f Beginning at the Dnughcr-ty limit, M{S. H'arvey Cliapinan h»'l che.rge ofia brief meeting and Mrs. Hcnr> Rosamond read the devotlonnl. Mrs TheodoVe Ixjnfj, class teacUcv, Ice in* prayer. Two- games were ron- ductcd'by Mrs^ L. H. Hay nnd Mrs JI ji-mon 'Wall. fTlie 58 members nnd •jucsls v.'cr sefvcd a salad plate before thi!> wftnt to the Stllwell liomt-. Two visitors were Mrs. Wilsie Phil lip's of ^cwbem.' Term., guest, pt he sister, .Mrs. SlliweH, ami" tiVmtly arid Mrs. Maurice Sale of Blylhc vine. Attending as member, lor th first time were Mrs. II. B. Jpine Mis. Erby Hodge and Mr.;. Drove Asiiley.' "1 ^ '',''" ' May Day Theme Used A| Mbthpdist Supper Vniqiic annngcments of May poles with clothespin doUs suspended from them and place cards of mmia- , tufc May poles carried out a May Day theme last night whci> Hit PaHhllnders Class of First Methodist Church held Its monthly cov- erfd dish supper at- the church Aftcrr supper, there were games ahH contests under directlor. of Miss Mimic :Adams,,director of religious education of First McthodisJ^Cliurch There were 50 members'aruTthree gufsts, Mr. and Mrs. James Strlfk- laiid and Mrs. Maud Melton, present Hostesses for the affair were Mrs M.'L. Stewart, Mrs. Wagner and Mrs. Morris. Mrs. Lynch Hostess To Mid-Week Members Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertained Mid Week Club members, all of who! we're present) with n bridgo limcl 1 eon yesterday nt the Lynch horn lire West Main St. , 'fhe t\vo"-"c6urse" luncheon wa sewed at the dining room table, cen ter'ed with a»bonquet of violets. Ar raTV^ements of violets, 'lilacs an irises decorated the living room nr library.- - Mrs. Harry W. Haines won lug scoje prize in afternoon gamei ai second iiigh. went to Mrs. A. Coi wa'y. * /Irs. Farr, Mrs. Kirhv 'lay Bridge Willi Club Mrs. Elton Klrby nnd Mr;:. Hii'i- ell Fan and members nf Thnr;- ay Contract Club were quests yes- crday whcnn Mrs. K. li. i .micas ntcrtained with u bridge luncheon ,t her home, 1037 Chickasavvbu Avc. 1 . Guests were servcxl at, Ih.r dinini; oom table, which was dccnra'ed vith flowers, also airanfied es thronyhoul enterlainiiv.; Mrs. Klrby \vcin hlt:h scon irize during aftcrn(H>n gnu 1 second hlsh went (o Mrs. o. W. Mc- Cntchen. lub Is Entertained By Mrs. Grover Wren guest of Mr.s. Fellows and parents. Mr. and Mis. Ijjy Mrs. Fallows Is ii'CuiHM'atlii-; from a recent operation. H. G. KnappentMTKcr leH yes- terdny nliernoon by plain.- from Memphis for Kiimx C'ny. Iowa, wliere he was called by thi; death of his mother, Mr.s. Mar;;aret Knappenbcrgcr. Airs. Illanehe Uarlels a;id daughter, Marilyn .Inn'.-, rcluvncHl to their home In wliltewal-.-r. Mo., yesterday after a visit c,; several 'ire-1 day here us quests of Mr. ami " " Mrs. rjib Spracllcy. Mrs. C, W. Hiiiney has returnee from Chicago, where she vlsitcc with her daughter. Mrs. Fiski Mill's .7r.. mid family, nnd hei son, Charles Kamcy and Mrs. Mrs liamc-y. Mrs. Charles Rnmry ac compaiiled her home for a vlsli here with her parents, Mr. aiu W. C. Howard In Luxnrn. We the Women ItV K1JTII MIU.KTT Ni:A Staff Writer If you asked a local resident to name Hie most important people In this town, lie probably would name Hie politically, financially. and socially liromlnen'. pci- .sons. But to ti)!> traveler passim; Ihrouuli u town the impoilant | peo))le W- all entirely diflu- wit |;ronp. 'I'ln are the mc:i mid w o in e n v. h o icrvi- tin' l-iil h [ f t |i':y [l llii'lr job;: with ness to bi- lu-Ipful, tin: traveki I Ik is the town. Jf till 1 ! 1 do their jo!j:i )n- diirercnliy and show no murk of Interest, they maV-i: :i had Itn.xt - sltin for the town. Do they realize how Imiwrl.'Jiit they really are tiles-.- peopl; who serve the traveler, the men inliind the ticket windows of railroad .si> lions, the llllliui-stiilloii attendant,', the Wiillri'jwios wild clerks? U-j Ui"y know they represent their IIAMI tu the outsider? ' ' •i'iii-:iR ATTITUDE TUI.I.S Somi! of them probably do. They lire the ones who no out >f Hr.'lr wny to be helpful and pleasri'il. lint the ones who do tlii-lr Jobs with sllllenness or Indilfcrnncc must not realize how iiiipmlant their jobs are. I If they did. they Mpnh! take more pride In their work. Hu'. then. I perba] K, nobody lias ever bothered ' to tell them how important, they cully are. Open First Public School for Blind them himself. Wallace had lunch with Leon Blum, veteran Socialist, leader, and Guy Mollet, secretary general ot the Socialist party. Their t.«:ts were said to have dealt mainly with French wheat, and coal shortages- Jieforc lunch Wallace received a delegation or officials of the French trade unions confederation. At the last press conference ol his European tour Wallace said that "while I deplore terrorism, Jewish resistance in Palestine was necessary to arouse the conscience of the world." Male and Female Numbers Numbers had sex in ancient lore. The odd numbers were masculine and the even ones feminine, with the odd numbers having the isrent- fl FRIDAY, Al'UIL 25, I9ji7 * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE j JIMMIE EDWARDS j FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main ' Theme 2487 j 9^^^ 'I'lie ilrsl public school class for blind children was recently opened in the Hell school, Chicago. Sightless children <i[ kindergarten age lire taught braille and other subjects. Pictured ,-it llic lirst class arc left lo right, Diana Stone, 4; Gencvieve Hrennan, teacher; Paul Ford, 5; and Shirley Plum, (i. in v-,i- r.>t,ni'i. bridge r,. ar.d Mrs. Giover Wri yesterday afternoor Mrs. Mrs. Quinn Entertains With Bridge Luncheon O3CEOLA. Ark.. April 25. — Mr.s hold ;i» monthly shiKhu; Sunday present at tlio conference disclos- nt vii-U:.l>iiTK, MCI., four miles MIUI!; od I he complaint. Wallace asked it was announced lo- what evidence tile Communists had. "It I- the impression created by a number of 'events." Duclos was <|noli;d as replying, lie de-lined to I elaborate. Wallace then was said to imi'c questioned the Communist:;n several French political prob- of Dc-crhu;, it was '.lay by U. I-.. I,. HtlllfU, president. Earl Aldrid<-;e and his .iiiaiietii' will be special quests. Tile pulllic: Is invited, Mr. Smith said. At The Hospital* IH.Vl'irKVIM.K HOfiJ'ITAI. Adjnitled: Doris Stone, city. Mrs. A. G. Hidin. c:ily. Mrs. ,|. 1C. Mreclmm. citv. Mrs. II. C. Iloover, clU'. WALLS HOSPITAL Bullion. Keiscr. (J. K. Osborne, city. rcnc Mopiers Named College Honor Student Dan Mrs. Ijince ncnick, Route 1. cil.y Mrs. I IT ins Harrison, Route city. Mrs. Norman Shields, city. Mrs. Roy Ensl, Cooler, Mr.. Singing Convention Will Be Held Sunday The Pemlscot County, Mn., Hint: liu; Convention orgiMiiz.ilton wll •,vas hostess at I'.rr Inline . ...__. on Highway 18 west to members o[i Wiul < ! Qaiiin was hostess Thur.sda the Jolly Eight Club wall n lo.ikl party. Tulips and lilacs dc-coiMlfci i the home for the occasion. Mrs/ Wren won liii'ii score pri/.e i.i niter noon Barnes, second Idyn \u i nt tt> Mrs. Neville Blakcosore and iviului •l.o Mrs. Harold Henson. The hostess served a .ialud i-.|,ite. afternoon to two tables of brldg quests with a one o'clock lunoheo at her liotiii 1 . Mrs. P. W. Tnrrentlne won firs. pri?.? In afternoon Kami's and se. on<| pr!i« wtnt to Mrs. Melv Sp?ck. ! , I terns, refraining from comment or Miss Irene Makers, daughter of r. and Mrs. Earl Maiiers of Dell. ias anain been named one of the lonor students at Arkansas State Collenc. Jonesboro, where sh c is ft ophmore. Last, nuarter. -Miss -MiXRers was me of 13 students who made strai'ilit "A's" and this quarter. <ho was one of II students milking; straislit "A's". She recently was elected chap- Inln rif Delta 'Beta Chi Sorority. French Commies Say U. S. Is Backing DeGaulle PARIS, April 2I>. (UP>—French coinnnmist leaders complained to Henry A Wallace today that the United Stales i;oci ntiient was. back- tng Clen. Charles <le Gaulle .in his re-'"nlry into French politics. Wallace conferred (or an hour | with a Communist delegation head- | ed by Jncciues Duclos. A person • Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Want to Keep Healthy? i- Itjikish hitllis] 'j'licKe l.ntlis .vi tin. ,,,,j],l ,,v,. r fur lliuir lMul i|u:.lin..s nr.. l:,.u : , v : , 11.,!)!..),,|| I'iKllI li'Ti- ill lllyllK-vitle. l.i*!, H:Ul^ I:, K^ IMl|jurltl,..s tfi'ltl fniir n:, ri'li-vi. :u thrills. lllil»cu- l.r :..!., . ami !>:iins »n<l Hulk.- )«ll lik,. I,MV »i;:ilii. l),,..'l delay. r»ll us f,. r i,,,,,.,!!,!!,!,-!!! u,m-. Von'It !»• trrt- it,- litldT in !i|ji,rl orilt-r ill v^ry Millill i.\|,i-ni.« Kill Artie's Beauty Shop Mother's Day May we suggest a permanent i;ifl for the home, such as Pictures. Lamps. Vases, Figurines, Copper nnd Brass Flower Con- tainyrs already planted . . . or A personalized gift of Malchn- belli Perfume. Milkmaid Spring Cologne or n delightful Sachet. THE GIFT SHOP We Gift Wrap Free Continuous Slmv>H Kvcry Day Box Offk'c Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO HU'.X 8:00 a.m. 12:45 n.m. 4:3'J p.i. Last Time Todaj- Till the Clouds Roll By v.'iUi KolK'rL \\';iHiot u«!l Jinly (Jiiir!:iinl Also Sliorfs Continuous Sho^viny 10vt i ry(J:iy Sure! 221 West Main St. Phone 507 Irs. Tanner Is Gucsl \t Bridge Club Party Mrs. \W. li. Tanner play. 1 1 bridge cstcrday with members i.,i Thurs- ny Luncheon Club whe.i Mrs. R. '. Kirshncr entertained thi! };roup •1th a bridge luncheon. The Kirsliners' suburban lioine was decorated with li:-.u: and r.-.'.lp ar- anBenicnU. Tlie Iwo-eniifse hinch- ;on was served at small tables. Mrs. Russell Phillips won high score bridge prize and Mis. R. D Hughes won lm;n. Daughter Is Named Gay Lynn is the name cliosi for the daughter born lo Mr. si- Mrs. James T. K.irnes Su-icliiy Walls Hospital. Shu is their fiis child. Mrs. Karncs is the forme,- Mi. Dorothy Maxwell, daughter of Mi and Mrs. R. K Maxwoll. 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