The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1946 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER TUESDAY, MAY 28, 10-16 s'; Students Present; Recital reeiUl to b* presented to- ni«Ht. 7:30 o'clock, by of Fowlston School of <usie will include piano and voice Ok)*.*"»*^*j--v- f- ~^- -• • \ Tfce yrofi^m to be at Blythevllle ilgk School auditorium, will pre- tnfr one-half of the school's pupils. Advance students' % »nd their pre- *n6»lions will be.Nancs' Hamilton, 'Notturne in E Flat" by Chopin: run* Stires, "Se^uJdilla" by Al- >enj?; Gay Garrigan, "Military ^•naise^ by Chopin; Jerry Wil- laifts, "Romande" by Sibelius ami H. i- Horner Jr., "Presto Agitato" from "Moonlight sonata" by Beethoven. Baptist Circles Meet Yesterday Afternoon The woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Clnirch met yesterday afternoon In circle groups. Circle One met with Mrs. Clmrles Lemons .with nine members present. For the devotional, each member read a scripture. The lesson was taught'by Xfrs. Marlon Williams and Miss Cordelia Wilhlte led In prayer. Mrs. Charles nay Nc.wc.oinb was hostess to 12 members of Clrcls Two. Mrs. E. P. Blcmcycr taught the lesson and prayers were led bv Mrs. 13. 13. Cnrson and Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Circle Three met with Mrs. N. W. Brit-ham with Mrs. C. E. Wilson ns co-hostess. Mrs. W. E. Buchanan gave the devotional for the 16 members present. St. Mary's Music Club las Recital Thursday The "Boile.s and Lads of S'.. Mary's Music Club," under direct- on of Sister Mary Dolores, pre- ented a recital Thursday night nt lie Woman's Club. Th e recital Included pfnno. nc- :ordion, violin, trumpet and sjix- solos. Patricia and Cnvolyn played the accompanying Fritzl'is 'laugJil the _, 'EdwirdJs, of fcuxora, will sing. "When Love Is Kind','; Joyce DaBlon will sing "My Johann" >>y Ori&; Patsy" Chitwood's vocal solo, will be "Morning" by Olcy Spe»ks and Jo Ann Laney of Osceola will- sing "Caro Mio Bell— Deafeslf""Believe'T' 'by" Giuseppe Giordnni. Mary Ann Paries will present the vocal solo-"Let My Song Fill Y,our,, Heart" by Earnest Charles. V. " . ":. . Other students participating will be Martha "Ann 1 White. Judy Graves. David Holt, Martlia Ann Foster.;- Marvin •Zellner, Dora Bcr- nice Wyiie, Polly Sue Moore, David Graber. ; ,Jpe.. .Shanks Jr., Kay 'Jobe, Glenda Penney, Carol Ann Holt, Ann «*ster ; Jimmy Cal- lenS of tsteele, Mo" flnjinls" Lee Mofcre, JiminieTJHornei', ''Winifred Kearlght, • Barbara Saliba, Ann Hindman, Patricia Hay, Stanley Miner;' 'Delores ' Periiiey, Heard Wyjie, Murray Smart. Emily Sue lYll'S. KviDCl't Mary Ann r . , ^ '1 U 1 " Elected Council Head Mrs. Rupert Crnflon was elected president of Ilic Woman's Council ,of First Chvl-'Unn Church nt the I meeting yesterday nttcrnoon nt the home ol Mrs. E' M. Terry. Mrs. Harry lesson ond prnye'rs were offered by Mrs. Tom Jackson nnd Mrs. E. C. Brown. Mrs. A. L. Cooper, Mrs. Roy Beavers and Mrs, J. M. Crouch were guests at Circle Four meeting at the home of Mrs. B. L,. Crouch Mrs. Burks Harbor led the devotional for the 13 members preseiv and prayers were given by Mrs V. Daws and Mrs. H. C. Blan- kcnshlp. Mrs .Blankenshlp laugh' Ihe lesson. Circle Five met with Mrs. Doi Haley with 10 members present Mrs. R. W. Wootcn gave the de- votionnl, taken from the fifth chapter of John ami Mrs. Waller ihlla Parts. Baskets and vases of hydrangeas lecorated the clubhouse. The highest award was prcscnt- 'd Virginia Bo wen of Lnxora anil other awards were presented Martha Nichols, Joe Poc, Nancy rlamby, Betty Colcruan and Ralph Nichols for achievement. The Rev, Paul Bujarskl. assistant ins tor of the Church of the Iin- naculate Conception, spoke briefly the stut'fents lor their achievement during the past your. The Rev. Father Bujurski nlso acknowledged the co-operation of parents and stressed the educational and ; cultural advantage to a community. Students who participated In the recital were Anita Wroten, Mella Salibn, Nickie Roberls, Olcndn L™ Po'etz, Jack Lenti, Juanita Larkin, Suzanne Angel, Juliette Rossi, Jack Lackmann, Jerry Edwards, Wllma. Jei\n Ashmore, Bobble McFnrlnnd, Violet Bailey, Betty Coleman, Enrl Coppcdge. Edward Stcinac. Carol Ann Simpson, Sophie Ann Bright, Mona Fay Goodrich, Oliver Coppedge, Polly Deer, Siu'o. Child. Tavolaccis Have Son Friends here will be Interested lo learn ihm the son born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tuvolnccl of Bronx, N. Y., May 21 at t'ark Chester Hospital, has been named peter John. Mrs. Tnvolaccl is the former Mis,s Mnrle Bombolaski of Blythcvillc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. nombolnskl. • * » Hag Steak Supjxir Among the social events week was a steak supper Thursda> night at which J. T, "Charlie Stalcup was host to einployos fit Charlie's Electric Service. Guests Included wives and husbands of employes and Miss Elizabeth Pinion, sister of Lewis Pinion, an employe. last Ilie organization Is now In Its pie- Jmlnary phase »'«! • the Intensive campaign Is scheduled for next October and November In most of he SCO! Presbyterian churches, lowever. a total of $4,400,000 was •ejxH'Icd by Dr. Barnes as a result of preliminary efforts. The fund is to be used in giving old lo Hie stricken Christian ministry fn the war-ravaged arc.is in Euroite; lo help in establishing new Sunday schools and churches In Ihe war-created communities in the United States, and to rebuild missions, schools and hospitals in the Far East. nnually to the outstanding social science student. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Crawford of Gosnell, Mrs. Keith s a member of Delta Beta Chi social sorority. wetL, 1 ^,,^^ Mrs. T. R. Shepherd. ** *"* WMU Meetings Held At- Jim England Home Calvary Baptist Church Woman's Missionary Union met yesterday at- - Other officers elected were Mis. lerriopn atihe home of Mrs. Jin, J. O.-Lowe .vice President; Mrs. W. D. Cobb, secretary; Mrs. John C. Mcllnncy, treasurer; Mrs. R. M. England! 1907~West Ash. 1 The 12 members present were led In I prayer by Mrs. Fate . Bratton, Beck, World Call secretary and Mrs. aftW which 1 there, was a brief bus-,V. O. Miller, lUovary cUau-m a n Presbyterians Raise Funds to Aid War Victims ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Mi>y 28 — The Synod of Arkansas reported today $14.C83 towards its Restoration Fund quoin of $40,009. This sum was announced by Rev. George Emerson Barnes, D. 1 D. nt the 158th General Assembly meeting of the Presbyterian Church. Arkansas' re|x>rU'd sum Is 32 per cent of the Synod's quota of $46,099. The national goal .for the jx>st- At The Hospitals ' Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. L. E .Stacks, city. . Mrs. I O. Diggers. Manila. - Bct.sv Knowlton, Manila. Mrs. Herscliel Davis, Manila. 'Wanda Jean Holmes, Caruthers- vllle, Nfo. Dismissed: Mnrijai'cl L. Dlaylock, city. Rlchsird Ciawford, city. Mrs. Eddie'R. Rlt'gs, city. Jumps Blaylock. Brnagadocio, Mo. Billy Uracey, city. Mrs. K W. Noland, Dell. l!lylhevj)le Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Arthur Taylor, city. Mrs. II. M. Rash, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs, Orvlllc Gorman, cooler, Mo. • Mrs. liny Smith, city. Memphis MeKcnmre Clinic Admitted: David Allensworlh, Joiner. MciiUJlifa St. Joseph Hospital AdmitU'd: James Weathers. Durdcljtc. Gaming Events WEDNESDAY Miss Ann Weedman hostess to Red Pepper Club, 2:30 to 4 o'clock. Mis. W. H. Mliiyard entertains Wednesday BridKe Club. Town and Country Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. J. C. Ellis. THURSDAY Mrs. Bill Turner hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Friendly Rook club meeting with Mrs. E. B. Chitwood. .Club Eight memliers guests -of Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. R. C. Rose entertains Oc- tette -Club. Entrc Nous Club meeting with Mrs. M. Fitzslmmons. FRIDAY CBC Club meeting with Mrs Lenrtennle Fowler. Junior Fellowship of First Meth odlst Church meeting at church, 3:45 p.m. Wedding It Announced Announcement has been made of he marriage of Mrs. Lula Edwards U> Collans McGhee. Both are for- ner residents of Holland, Mo. The eremony was performed May 11 in Detroit, Mich. Following ihe ceremony, they moored to Flint to the home of her jrother 1 , fJ. H. Dillendcr, where they were gut-st of honor at a dinner jarty. Mr, and Mrs. McGhee Plan make their home in Detroit. More telephone directories and trade catalogues are published in Chicago than anywhere else. lo Women's Apparel Shop To Be Air-Conditioned OVER 100 MILLION BOTTLES SOLO! SIMPLY GREAT FOR MONTHLY PAIN liydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound DOES WORE than relieve monthly pain when due to female functional periodic disturbances. It also relieves accompanying weai, tired, nervous, cranky feelings—of such nature. Taken regularly — Plnkham's Compound helps build, up resistance against such distress.' It's also a great slomachic tonlcl Miss Whltsitts Shop is undergoing a remodeling program which soon will be completed. The Ladles' Ready to Wear Shop is' being made modernistic in design and will have air conditioning. i The modernistic setting is lie- ing achieved by new upper walls arranged with a "Shadow Box" display above the entrance,, there the will be new carpeting and new light fixtures. WALLPAPER 48c Washable Now 32c I,ij>htf:ist Now 20c " i Now 22 Vi Is Presented Award Mrs. Mary Aline Keilh, freshman at Arkansas Stale College. Joncsboro. has been presented the after which ineis session.' Mrs. Mabel Lunsforct, I Mrs. H. H. Brandon led Hie de- thc topic "Call Upon priding . chaijrman, .conducted the votional with the topic "Call Upon session^ - .- •<' V ;•• •> • ,God." The Rev. R. Scott Bnlrd op- Sirs '•'Andrew' Conlev 'gave the encd the devotional with h prayer itle'studv/Mrs.Jcarra Prultt led and Mrs. Brandon discussed "Our Bible study,'Mrs.,'.Carra. Prultt prayer and Mrs. closed the meetlijgv.with. prayer. * ,;.,>'•'• Miss—Joan- Bpmbolaski T^Wecl:t)otiald Walter S. . McGhee Dependence On God and Our Faith in Him." The Rev. Mr. Baird gave a report on the recent State Convention in LIttl c Rock. Discussing Phillips University, church school at Enid, okln., he pointed out the Berry, Ralph Nichols, Nancy Ham- Roy Hindman, Jan Dickinson, Joseph Poe, Fred Lackinann, Marguerite Child, Billy Edwards, Martha Nichols, Fred Child, Frank Wagner. Mary Jo Nabcrs and Virginia Bo wen. " » • Altar Society Meets For Business Session Plans for raising funds to build the new School of tlie Immaculate Conception were discussed yesterday aflernpon at the business nice--- | iiig of the Altar Society of the ' Church of the Immaculate Conception. The 13 members present were led in discussions by Ilic Rev. B. Fran- les McDevltl, pas lor. Tile bingo games to be held next .Thursday night also 1 were discussed. ; The Rev. Father . McDcvitt was presented n cash gift by Ihe Society for his ordalnment anniversary. . \vnr Restoration Fund is $27,000,000. Woodruff Award, a incdiil given BIG BINGO Thursday Night 8 O'Clock At the Armory . • Leaves Hair "Alive" with NATURAL LUSTRE SHAMPOO Your hair will be more Iqsuou!, sofccr and silkier (he very firs I lime you use DARA. So try OAR A . . . right away . . . »ml ' giveyourhairthesixbcautyad- ' vantages found only in DA|IA. 5CK AUo avqilobU in" (hr«« family Jii«» B5c 1 SO 1 50 of •Germanlown, Md- wedding "_is- to be solemnized R. Wetenkamp nsslsted in serving refreshments. 4, 9 am.! at tlie Church ol Immaculate Conception. . -i 11 ; BpmbalaskI attended Blythe- [Vliss Kincaid HostCSS High School. _ Walter was' graduated from Miss Betty Kincaid was Stxs Martin's High School in Ger-'lnst night to 14 members of the rn^town and is,a veteran of scrv- ,Young women's Association of First iceTui'.Uie "Air "Corps in World Wnv < Baptist church. II,.•;:.„."..,. '... :'-*!. ,-.:.. I' Ampng thos c altcnding were three Ctationed at Blytheville Army new members. Miss Jo Barnes, Miss Ait Reid two 1 and'a half years, he Gl-nna Rowland and Miss June lat^r serye^, in'Inclia', 'He now is Posey. einployed at an airfield in Rock-» Thcie wns a brief business ses- vilte, ltd., -where they will make sion after which the group had a thiir home. '"-- wcincr roast. Just Received — A Carload of Fine FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS In Various Sizes and Finishes •These pianos are built by some <if Ilic Iwst known factories. All pianos carry a. full X > - c;\rs gunr- antce,' luve nice benches lo injitcli ;uid reasonably priced for cash or terms. Dop't neglect your child's musical future. C'nmc In *'• ' Beard's Temple of Music, ami selocl your iiuino •**» or write them anil they will have LI rc\ircsen- tative call. BEARD'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC Sponsored by: 9 Catholic Altar Society DARA insianily produces a rich, bubbling lather in any kind of waicr. Unlike soap, DARA never leaves a dulling film. Unlike soap, DARA never requires a special rinse. PARA removes all loose cJandrufl — right away. • DARA leaves hair soft and manageable - — right alter shampooing. f PARA reveals a]t the glorious natural lustre. G*t revr DARA at any drmy or department store. .Arkansas' Oldest Piano Store - PARAGOUU). ARKANSAS used to pay $ 15 for a permanent- • >w she gives \- wave at home Today. tbou«i&d« of women »re giving themselves Toni wave* in 2 to 3 hours A\ horn c. EM/; quick,' gentle even for fcwby-fiiM hair. UM Toni Tor a ! fo<Vkin«, long- tnm O K ; luting, lovely ^r • **• ^ p*rm&««D.tl ,M,t*>^iM AnnBizltr r>f Connecticut / ' MMIUM^ ««CMC COLO WAVE WOODS DRUG STORE ' ' Wfcere Blytheville Meets & ROY WOODS — OWNERS — RALPH NICHOI^5 West Hate St. Phones 507-508 One Slice of Bread! During this emergency created by the shortage of wheat. Hart's Bakery asks you to buy only the amount of bread you really need . . . never to waste it.... never to throw it away. You can keep bread fresh and moist days longer if you put it in the refrigerator—No special wrapping, just the regular Hart's wax wrapper—It will stay fresh and flavorful. No Matter When You Serve HARTS BREAD It Is Uniformly Nutritious — and Delicious.. . and It STAYS FRESH LONGEST! Buy Only What You Need—Don't Waste /*.' HARTS BREAD Is Too Good to Waste! E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. THE BEAUTY CLINK Margaret Deen Smith, Owner tngram Bldg. Phone S27* of fine Sanforized C o t- ton with a Linen- like Finish. Sizes 1G to 44 Choice of Colors For Mother who doesn't diet here's the kind of dress that's a joy to own! Lines ;\rc ;\s clean and slender as a, 'blade of grass. Laundering problems are reduced to an absolute minimum because this open-front coat drc.ss -spreads out flat for ironing. Rows of stitching on the abbreviated collar arc repeated on the i>ockets. The back shoulder yoke offers action freedom tbronj-'h the blouse. Ruler-straight jflcats create a paneled skirt as two-tone buttons troop down the center. The self fabric belt contributes an air of tailored perfection. Joe Isaacs, Inc. Phone 3331 223 Main St. •••••••*•••••••••••••» The Tlcauty Nook 111 NO. First Phone 894 Helen Lastcr Isabel Farbus FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. Gl ai State Line I'hon: ISlvthevillc 714 Continuous Shows Evevy Day I7oi vtffice Opens l:4t Show Sfarts 2:«>ri LISTEN TO KI.CN 0:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.l Tuesday and Wednesday Three Strangers with Gcraliliuc Fitzgerald and Sydney Greenstreet Selected Shorl SuBjcct Conlinunus Showing Kveryday COMING SOON TO THE RITZ: KITTY with Taulette Goddard A Ray Milland Matinees Sni. & Sun. Only Hox Office Ojwns G:30; Show Starts 6:K 1'. >H Each Evening Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. nurgain Night Kvery Night Excrpt Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at Hie llnxy. Tuesday fh-sy Made Me a Criminal with .Totm'GarficUl and Ann Sheridan Selected Short Subjects Wednesday

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