The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 28, 1947
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I'AOE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, Al'KIT, 28, 1947 Emily Wixson, Society Editor I'hono Mrs. Welch Hostess With Bridge Parties Afternoon Tea Honors Nine Sorority Pledges Epsilttll Mrs Los- Welch enUrtaiiert with Alpha Beta Chapter o two of ApilTs outstanding lividee Sigma Alpha Sorority ei parties In Blytheville wjicn sho with a tea yeslerday was hostess FiUay with n bridge .the home of Misses Rose and Aine- hntchcon lind 6aWay with a Ha Sallba, 213 Uougm, St., In honor de^rt bridge pai ty, | * ^ff of Bits of News wlth-'a effective arrancwnent of • dogw'qod, irises and llltics. I - T\velve giiests \vere eiitprtulped- at bath parlies. They were served at srjjpn tables, decorated with th« Ainejrican Beaut? red nil lea. Priies in games Friday tilernaon wereGnwardcd Uj Mrs. G. H. Orcar, Mrs.fcccil Sh a lie and Mrs. Walkei 1 ority flower. Baker. Mrs. E. E. Webb, Mrs.! Miss Mary Cornelius Modinger and Mrs. W. 1 F. McDaniel won prizes at thi> desseit bridge Miss Margaret Hill. Miss 1 uvonne Portloek and Miss Nun SuUim. Quests were received by Miss HUM- Salito, Miss Blllle IXimnn, M:s. Carson Alley and Miss Ainu Cain. The serving table was ilmp-Ml with •i luce cloth and centered wlh r. low bowl of yellow jonquils, the si.u 1 - Mrs? Snyder Is Guest Here, Dell This Week of , Mrs: John \v. Snyder, wife Secretary of the Treasury J W. Suyder, will be a visito:- this week jf in home?' of Simraons._!jan!t...Miv Sln'mons, in Dell. She avconipuiiicd Mr. and Mrs.: Simmons and Mr. *>rjd Mr6. William Law.iiie back here yesterday from .Liitle Rock, where they attended th'i-v unveiling of a -portrait' of 'Secretary '- of": Ti-oasury Snydpr. The Snydcrs formerly :jl^ Morgan. cipsiMe;! by Mrs. Alley, presided ai t:'e refreshment table, fronv whleii cr.n- npes, cookies and other pin'.y foods were served with punch. Each plcdse was presented a Jon- | Qllil. | Lost Cone Women Plan To Decorate Clubhouse Mrs. E. W. Sliced and daughter, Miss Mury Van Kneed, returned yi-sterrtay fnun Memphis where Miss Kneed had been undci'i'olim pxainlnatlon nt a i;llnic. Her condition now is niueli iiniiroved. Mr. and Mr;:. William M. Banister fpenl I he v.-crkend in (Jsx-enla as li'K'.-il". "f his parenls, Mr. and Mrs FJI,I D.inlslcr mid family. Mr. and .Mrs. William T. Stewart of jrniesburo. were the weekend guests of I heir parents, Mr. and Mrs Hi-yam Ktf.unl and Mr. and Mrs U.'ir. Holt. Mrs. Annie llnoue led (his morning for Dixoil, 111 , where :he will spend | two week;; with her danuliter. At The Hospitals IU.VTIIKVII.I.K HOSPITAL Admitted: ] Mrs. Luuia Lloyd, city. i I'iitsy Kny Colston, Manila. Koane lyi^an, city. Mrs. Mundy Doyle, Sreele. Mo. Mir,. Claude Wheeler, Osceola. Carolyn Works, Steele. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cross- iino, city, a daughter. Mrs. Morris fugle, Hayli, Mo. Mrs. H. J. Haley, city. Mrs. J. H. Mcecham, city. Mrs. I.. S, Webb und baby, city, noils Htone, city. Mrs. Harry Harris, Manila. Mrs. Conway Dunkln and Inby, clly. Melva Lynn names, Stoeh?, Mo. Mrs. A. Ci. I'.fihn, city. IViry M:innon, clly. Mrs. liilllu Hay, city. Mrs. Mamie liyid, elty. Mrs. Cnrth; MclJonald, city. WAIJ.S IIOSI'ITAI, Members of f.ost Cai.e Home Blylhevllie and at the. Demonstration Club will paper her sister, Mrs, B. S. their clubhouse soon and plans for the project were made Thursday afternoon at a meeting at the clubhouse. They also discussed lh> better home tour to be made so m. Tn an apron contest, when, aprcns made from sacks were demonstraiod. first prize will to Mrs. L.illic Mae Bourland. Mrs. Roy Vearh i:luth- made their .liomc in Blytheville and.'*he "\rar> connected wiii' First National Bjink here.' Also in Uttle Rock, for lhe : tm- veilirig ceiemony were- Mr. and Mrs.' A.""(ji* Little '-an J Mr. Mrs." J. ' ' end Birthday is Occasion ForlGirl Scout Party MeVnbers of Brownie Troop 12 met I Saturday afternoon nt the home of Onlj Brogdon, daughter "tacky" party and lo Gail's eighth birthday. chairman, was the juc^c. Mrs. Bob,Veach exhibited a. niino scarf iVuutihlcr, made from sacks. -her. ,^rs. Rubye Vouch gave the de- Miss Cecil Oar-sidy, vottonal and Mrs. Gout-land u>d Frank, Mr,'-. Hermn group sinying. -Mrs. opal Bungler", president, had charge ol Ihe .session. • Mrs. Bob Veach disiiiisscd tho group, following which refreshments were served by hos losses Mrs. IjOtllc Mae Bourl-jm.l mid Mrs. Mary Jane Uourla'ui. Mr. and Mrs. fail Bailey. Jr., of ' Ii lie HOc'k were weekend (iiiests of, her nmlher, Mrs. Mildred Culler. I Mrs, W H. Forcsier nnd son, Bill, of Jackson, Miss., visited here dinini: Hie weekend with friends and reliili-.-es. en roule to Willow F-prini'.s. Mo, l'ir a wilh Mr. roresler'-i ])arenfi. The Foresters formerly' lived in my.heville. Condition of Mrs Ona Mae pee- pies, wlio underwent a major op- | Dismissed: nation S'llurdav morning at Mem- , lihls Baiitist Hospital Is satlsl'ac- j lory. Her mother, JJVB. Carra Pruilt. Is with her, and yesterday her rinnshlci's. Misses Mury A«nes nnd Dennie Jean T'eeplns, her sons. Kay- iiioiul nnd Max reepler.. and her brother, lioy Priiill. Mrs. Pruilt and Ann. were with Mrs. <J. Lame and bahy, Hteele Mo. Mrs. Itoljert liluvlock, city. Wandii Koek, Luxora. Mary Denton, Luxora. Virijll MeOiiire, Luxora. Mrs. James Mixell and baby. city. Mr;,, c, B. McGurrclt, Luxora. Mr:;. Charles Hart. city. Mrs. .Jim On- and ban/. Luxorn. Wayne Ralph, city. Mrs. James Kat lies and buby, I Route 1, eity. l f< "' w Mrs, James Unities an1 buby, OK- ceola. IIAI'TLST IIOSriTAI,, MKMPHiy Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. Richardson. HIvLhevllle. MLTKODIKT IIOSI'ITAI., AIK.MI'IHS We the Women »v ituTH MIU.KTT NKA Slaff Wriler "Woman lawyer Forced to noff i Hat for Judge" says the headline over a news story bearing a Los Angeles da'.e line. And here's the, story. A veteran woman attorney approached the bench of Super'-1 or Jud«c Allen [ W. Ashbuni and ; risked: "Mny I, address Die couit{ out of turnV" t ""You m»y not'j until you remove „ your hat," said the judge. Purely from a standpoint of e.l- ciuetlo it looks as though it was the Jute who spoke out of turn. Ife explained his stand by sayInii: "Women lawyers practice on equal terms with men and I feel they should observe the same rides i and formalities in courtrooms." nut look, Judge. Men remove their huts ns a tiesUire of respect j and deference* They bare their heads when they enter ehnrches. homes, elevators, when they greet acquaintances, when the flag passes 'Come and Get It' TOO tsWr Kufli Chcsli.T Cuklwell, Blylhevillc. Coming Events WOMI'.N Alt!-: 1)11-' nut Ihe rule works In reverse omen. Women wear their hats In c-hnreh, they put them on for all important ovi-nls—except when they are wearing evening clothes. Wearing, not cloflini! :i hat, is their Irlhute lo the importance, of an oec-asion. So maybe before you hand down any more decisions on the etiqnelio of women's hats you would do well to consult a book of elkiiiett'--—as •well as your books of law. On -CERTAIN DAYS' Of Monlli? This gic:a mvdlclut! Is /union: to rellevu pulnful <llsu-css R"0 tired, nervous. Irritable techno, of sucli days— wncu clvip lo fcmul" tloiml monthly disturbances! IYSIA f. PltiKHWS Boxer ets J for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Tome U|> for Junior's pel pnp is this grinning porpoise, shown eomir.a his dinner at the "Theatre of Iho Sea" near Miami. Fla. Mrs. Church Men Will Meet celebrate J*" »f "'" byter an church During the afternoon, there were '. m01 ] 1 "*. mc . ct " B game and contests in which Anice ^ °; cl " ck - " L « 1C Chandler was a winner tuul Mary Grace Ijawry took honors for the tackiest costume, After, birthday gifts hnd been opened by the hoatcss," icy eream and "birthday cake refreshments .were -served the 16 members present and favors, presented., to each- Assisting In ontertalhhis • we'rn Gail's mother and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, troop leader, \vljo clso inacle photographs of 'the. group. ,'""., ' 3 ' have chureh. William Fuller, president, will conduct Ihe session anc! Steve Ralph will uc guest speaker. The Business Women s Circle will serve dinner. Jerry Haley Pledged Into ASC Fraternity Mrs. Lillian rphcrd anil Mrs Mow.-lte Culdv.eH were in Newport, satin-day foi 1 Ihe district meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma fci-iety. Miss Cassidv and Mrs. T'ranli'lcd n r<iund-t!n>le discussion. Mrs 11 L Chaniliei's has relnrn- ed home l™m Dyersburg. Tenn.. where she was the i:iiest i\ few days ,,, h-r brother. Ur. IV«H <-• ^\^' and family, or- TiP'-m and family motored her In Dyersbnrg after sn.endin" a brief lime here. Condition of Mrs. K K. Al-isnn- der. who h:-.s been 111, is improved. , . ', Mrs John Thnnr's wi's the wefl:- end (jue:-.t o! her cousin. Miss j-me Thtu-p, in Me.nphiv Mr;;.| ThomnK and nr. Jack Webb of] 1 Hlylheville were among f.ncsts nt , a Mempliis pai ty lionoving out- of-town visitors. I Mr. and Mis. H. II llonehlns i have cone lo wilminiU"'" Del., t'J h»- the BueM.". <•( "I''- "'"' M: '-" c ' K • liiv.drirkson nnil. far.lly -, Mrs. TUECDAY C. T. Hhamlin hostess lo Avalon Bunco Club. Mrs. D-xle Crawford of Jones- bnro, formerly of Blytheville, will entertain members of Tuesday Bridge Club at her home in Jonesboro. Mrs. \V. A. Stickmon and Mrs. R. A. (Jopeland will he hostesses nt the Stickmon home . io Past. Matrons and Patrons of Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p. in., with covered dish supper. WEDNESDAY Mrs. G. G. Caudill will entertain Town and Country Club. Mrs. W. J. Pollard cnteiinlninR Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY Mrs. Wilson will enferlaiu Oc- tette Club. Mrs. W. B. Tanner will enlertair Insurance Executive Dies While Playing Golf •Mrs. Mildred removed to her pins Methodist Brown has bcei home from Mem Hospital. (J. S. Accuses Railroads Gf Freight Overcharges WASHINGTON. April 23 IIJP) —A Justice Department complaint that <!C4 U. S. railroads heavily overcharged the federal government on warlim-j froiftlH shipments bound overseas wss filed j today with ' the lnters',.it? Com- j Trou: have been known to live I in captivity for more than 20 years. Want to Keep HeaSthy? Take tnrkKli liiltl^l Tf><v<> Ii:i1l.s ,-n Ilif »i>rl,l ovrr t-'r lln-ir ' H.illis l:i!^<- lliil-'^UUs K'lHI |j,r urh.>* Hii'l |,;un^ JIM,! iii:il;.- Ii];,. nrw i.Kiii" il'i'i'l -I'-lny. ••«» 111 I,,, n|,],,,ii,liii.N ........ . Y....-1I )„. r,-,-l in fc . l.i'M.-r in sli'.rl uliliT .a vi-rj- Mlllill ,-M"-n" "">' Artie's Beauty Shop 313 :;grlli Kcc-ui.J Slr.-i-l I'liimr- :i'il)2 LITTLE IiOCK, Ark.. m'l-Fnneral jein-- planned who died Sm fjolf. was born and had lived here for lie was secretary and treasurer of the National LUe. Insurance Co. smvivhiK are his wife, one daiign ter. one son and I wo brothers. Read Courier Nevrs Want Ads. Dr. W.- C. Grice Veterinarian BACK at DeSI, Ark. Thursday Luncheon Club. Jolly Eight Club will be guests ol Mrs. T. W. Goforth. ;• FRIDAY : Mrs. I.endennie Fowler hostes? to CBC Club. The Pasteur treatment foils more than 50 years old. Sure/ Continuous Slums Every Day Hox Office Opt'ns 1 :4f> Show Stiirts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:4!) p.m. 4:30 p.n.. 221 Sorpnty Will Observe i Founder's Day Wednesday SorofHy Will Observe 14" pt The Founder's Day program and pledge initiation to be held Wednesday afternoon. In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble was discussed by members of \lpha Delta Chap^,of Beta Sigma Mil ot a meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. -T. H. Caraway. Plans also were made for a Mother's Day luncheon to be given Saturday, May 10, lor mothers of Sorority members. , Mrs. Jerry Cohen was a guest at the Friday meeting. * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS •FURNITURE CO. 31S .E. Main Phone 2487 Jerry Haley of Blythcvillo. has been pledged into ZZcla Tan 7,eta Fraternity of Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, where lie is a "cslunan. - ' Other students from Mississippi ounty who are pledges to Zela a\i '• Zeta Fritternity \vere Fred nil' of Osceola, Bob Wal^n of 5scepld and Leo Watklill of lanila. i Vomen Attend Meeting OSCEOLA, Ark., April 28—Scv- ral Osceoln women aUendc;! tlie ccard district meeting of Delta Cappa Gamma Society, Saturday t Newport. They included Mrs, C. 1-. Moore, Mrs. Clarence Grlgsby and Mrs. 3, E- Carter. Miss Cecil Cassidy and Mrs. jlllian Franks of Blytheville lee i ronnri-tnble discussion enlitlec 'Developing Leadership." Mrs- Haw' Dabney, slate president, was principal speaker. , . [ the Holich- i rs i; ill? fiu-ivr Mi?-' Mildred! Miiir "of Ulylhi-villc, dau!;l>ter of, Mr. and Mi'K. C, I,. Mni '. Mn. .Baker Wilson and liatUM- ter. Jane, spent Llie v.Tekend HI Favetlcvillc .is guests <..f Mrs. Wilsons son. li'lly Elili-i-'SJC s'ai- lenl at University of Ark-.nsa.i. Condition of Mrs Ch.nrles l". Hurl, who underwent a major operation at Walls Hospital, is mu.-li mprovcd and sh ( . has been remov- 'd lo the home of her mother. Mrs. J. t:. MrF.ill. Osceola News High School Senior C/ns; Wif/ Give Program Again There will be a repeat pciTorm ancc tonight 8 o'clock in the Hi<:n School •Auditorium of the program presented Friday night by Ihe Senior class. •Because of an overflow crowd Friday night, many were not seated for the first program. All parts of the prosram. inclml- ^ lug crowning of queen and special-j mother, who is f lies, will be presented tonight. ' bvobcr. hip in a 1 Mrs W. D. MtGarrity. who n.': been ill at her lunne. has bee removed to Ihe Haplisl Hospital n Memphis. Mrs K A. Sarlnin of Memphis is visitini; her scin. Elliott Sartain, and Mrs. s.irlain. Mr,. John A. Moran of Memi)hi< \v.\s Ihe weekend c.iiest ol her nierf, Mrs. David S. !/.illev, and lainily. Mrs. c:. W. Watson returned Sal- unlay from IJU'ie Kork. where r,lie •itlcmlcd the -.tut,- ronvention ol Ihe I'.irciil-Teiu-her Asso-ialion >Ars. Watson Is president of the Kl'A ill Osri [i'.a. Mvron T. N-.'.illiiu: atlended '-o r.usiness in 'Marion and Memphis Saturday. Mrs. I,. T. l.:iwiTiu-e has retnvn- | ed fioin !»•'.- home in l,'-b:inoi-.. j'lonn.. tthrre she was with her who is suffi-rini; from a I.el.^inon hospital. , I You'll find ourHnllmirk Cards for Mother arc appealing as fresli flowers, lovely as lace. Some modem and clever —some quaint and old-fashioned. Each one so fine, so distinctive, it is worthy of your Mother. Pay a special tribute to your Mom with a fine Hallmark Card from DHEiFUS Muni liruifiiri West Main St. Phone 507 Last Tihic Today MightyMcGurk with AViilluee Reefy Paramount News artl Shnrls Continuous ShowiilK Kveryday Thursday and Friday Tuesday and Wetlnesilay ANNUAL Tor Ihe woman in search of a conservative. lint yimthlnl iir.nie we oiiYv expert massav.e I'lvatmenls ihai simply '.ol! -lie tut away! Call for uppoinlnu-ivi anvtini' . . . you're sure lo he dcli|:!-.:;-:i! * Kska Cold Waves •fr Lxr/Jov Cosmetics •k Massage Travel the road to New Beauty . . . Come to 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 and FIRST with the Opens Sunday ''ff.; Starts Continuous Si •A-'i Sat Barguin Night /»•••-- Night Except Generous I jar—now only ^^ I m' for limited time ^^ ^^pio.i< Tills <-xi|iiifile. ileoiloranl fnilliftilly prnlecls your personal cliarm! It cnnlrols iierspiralion oilor anil (tnplcasant moisture for many, many hours. Vet it is unfailingly pcnllo ID your skin anil to fine fabrics. Surrounds yon willi ilclicalr fragrance. And il sfoys llnffy and sjnootli, easy to nse. Try :: now at half "rice! Don't delay! Get your jar today! Come in... telephone cr use this coupon • • * rlf.l'i^ scuil mo dollar size jirs of Ti].->y Oram Ucoilm.-nit al jpcrial j-.-ili' price of 5Of a jar. nC/ii-rfc OCIinrgr. UMoney Onlcr DCO.D. Last Time Today Jesse James with Tyrone I'inver and Naiuy Kelly Cont'd. Slinws Sun. I:lfi-t1:0fl Fox News ,t Sekcteil Short Subject Tucsdav Wednesday f lt> . _ Simt , I'lt-air inM Wa /Vifrru/ Tax Wood's Drug Store 221 West Main Phone 507 Also Shorts

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