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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 6, 1947
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BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 0, 1047 Emilv Wixson, Society Ediior 9 Phone -Ifil Tri-Delta Rush Parties Will be Given in.Summer A series of Summer, rush parties will be given for Blytheviilc sii'ls entering colleges and universities nejvt Fall by Delta Delta Delia sorority alumni. The first party will given the later part of May and tentative plans for the affair were made at a meeting of 10 alumnae of Delta Delta Delta last night at the home of^Mrs- R. B. Stout. Prospective members of the so- rciit, are rushed each year lolloping their graduation from high scbool. • • • Miss Hardy Speaker At Methodist Meeting Miss Rosa M. Hardy, principal of Blfthcvillc High School, was guest sptaker yesterday after-inn: iit » p-6gram and business i>ic?tim of llie Woman's Society of Christian Sen'ice of First MethodhL Church at'the church. Speaking on "The Inlliicncc of Christian Homos." Miss Harris- quot D. A! R. Page i» Bits of News Annual Tea Honors Eighth Grade Girls Junior High School B ™Uinllne : -r- r),. girls were honored with tile an-i )O DQ •Burdette School Concert, Recital Loy Elch left llii:i iiinrnlii|! (or Kansas City, where he will attend to Jeiome A. siornlK'rj! of Madison, Ohio, is the yut-st of his sisters. Mrs C. E. Coulter and Mrs. Sam Joseph, and families. Mrs. simiberg Bill join him tomorrow. Mr. fjtrrn- lici'a made his homo here ID years nual Future Homes of America I Club lea Friday afternoon at the' Home Economics Collage. | Rccelviui; (! llcst s, including high school and Junior higll school teachers, were Palsy Travis, club president; Bobble Faye Michael, vice president; Mildred Meador, secretary; George Ann Slllwell, treasurer, and Miss Rosa M. Har- 'cly, hl|;h school principal. | Vcincll O'Neal, president for Ihc 1047-48 school term, presided al the punch bowl. The cottage was attractively decorated ill Spring flowers for the occasion. The lace draped table was centered with n Minlquc mirrored May-pole arrangement. Sponsors of the club are Miss Elvira Sellers and Mni. Al E. Caldwcll. Osceofa Church Women Have Regular Meetings At The Hospitals HOSPITAL A combination Glee CHib concert and piiiw> recital will foe presented tomorrow night, 7:45 o'cluck, at Hurdctle School by llie Bills' Glee Club and pupils ol Ml'.;. Mildred larj',0 Trail. The iH'iiaiam will be opened with vc Klale !.ong, following which, the lfc Club will present "Floy Gently wcel Alton" Spilman and "Beau- ful Dreiiiurr" Foster. Muill; Aulry, <l\ r ;uuc'ti pjtitio studen'., will play Miss Adelli- llooh of O: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hook, will serve .IT, u page J. II it. the ed' J. Edgar Hoover, heart ol the national convention of the D:iugh- Federal B°urcau of Invcst^a'.ijn, vs ( e i- s of the American Revolution, having said that wider praclitc of May 18-21 in WashliiBton, D C. Christianity in the homes would uo ghe is i\ member of llic William a ilong way to solve the nation's . ; :l1 n(; chapter. juVemle delinquency protlem. . — ' ! said that FBI rcord; reflect 3 said tntu rui ICLJIVII iuim,t I 1- t o I I the United States does not .High OCIlOOl have many Juvenile delinquents who r-~ i , AA1JW !VleclintI oul of Christian liomes. FB!, OpCdk at /\(\UW IYILLUHJ., COO-- _-- ilgures also reflect that there is, an alarming increase in the number of crimes committed Ijy persons under 21 and that many an 1 committed by children in their early teens. Tiie business session wr.s t:on- cUlcKd by Mrs. Hugh M. Whiuitt. jiK-sidciit" .A social hour followed r .rx mesiingj Jiostc-Fses were Mrs. J. \V. Ad;nns, cliairman; Mrs. Loy V.'elch, Mr.-;. HJ W. Wylie, Mrs. W. A. Stickino:i. Mis. Harry Khby. Mrs. J. M. Jonlz. Mrs. Oeorge Hamilton. Mrs G. S. Atkinson, Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mrs. W. M. Burns, Mrs. Ed Craig. Mrs. Fletcher Fisher and Mrs. J. C. Guard. Auxiliary to Observe Birthday Next Monday Ruth Scay and Vnnnyc Whi'.iiy. Blytheviilc Hish School s'.u.icnts, t.ere guest speaker. 1 ; Saturday ;il- tcriiOBii at the linal 11146-47 term meetina of the American Association of University Women, held ai the homo of Mrs. Fred Klei'inaM. «hen Mrs. Flci'inan ami Mro. Newton Whitis were hostesses. i Miss Scay presented her prizi- wlnniiiB "iJ-'t Freedom Uiny ', with which she won first place in clis- tilct and urea divisions and third place in the state division »' " lc annunl American Ix-yion Oralorial Contest. She tnld of the value and impDitancD of the constitution to all who love freedom. Miss wlifatloy discussed "Racial Superiority in America", in which she told of the contribution 1 ! of ' various races to civilization through ' the periods or history. Refreshments were sorvcd following the program. Condition of K. L. Hale, who underwent a sinus operation S'cs- udny at the li:i[).i^t Hospital In ! Memphis, is satisfactory. Mrs. Hale ;s v. ill) him. Mis. J. A. McKay, who hns been utuk'iyoinu treatment lor somo i time at nlytlievillc Hospital, was ! removed yesterday to the home of her daushter. Mis, liu.sscll IlixlKC, and Mr. H')d 1; (.. in Memphis. She- was Hceoituiunied hy Mrs. IH).ii;e mid son, .Jerry, and lior son. .Inrotnc o. Mcl'.t.y. Ik 1 is en itjutf lo Wash- injjto:.. D C.. to be the i;ucst of i:is brother. William J. McKay, and Mrs. McKay, prior lo resuming duty as an otiicf-r in the Merchant Ivijtime. HP scrvr-tl In the Merchant ?.'jrino before isoini; into the Navy durint: the war. Mi-« Marie .Schit- jahn of St Louis has also been here with Mrs. McKiiy. ' Mr. and Mrs. William Wyx" • an<i children spent Sunday in Hot Springs «s guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred w. MeOlicc and family, formerly of lilythcvillc. Mr" McGhee formerly \vii« nmniigcr of Kress Store here. Condition of Mrs. S. I.. Forsylhc, who is seriously ill at Blytlic- ville Hospital, is unimproved. She is the mother "f Mrs. J. Moll Bi'ooks and ;ilso hen- lo be with Mrs. Forsylhc is Mrs. .John Bail- lev of New Orleans. Miss liarbara Dukes of Louisville, Ky . is the urn 1 *! of her sis- ler, Mrs. Ciiarlr.s L:iv)gstnn, and Shawnee Plans Program for Senior Class Baccalaureate services tor the Shiiwncc High ficliool i-'radiiit'n class will lie held May i: at 8:0 r p.m. in the Joiner Methodist Church R. l-i. Overby, .sup!M' i ntei'.dcnt o schools, announced today. The Rev. John IX Siiriigulro Jr. lifesideiit of Arkansas CollcBc. a fialesvlllc. will he the pilnc'pn Kpcnker at tlicse scn'lce.s. Mr. Overlj; .stated. Comincnceincnt rxcrcicus will b licltl in the Slu'.wnne Ilitdi S-ho;: liyinnnsiuni Mny H> '.it i!:OU I'-n' Dr. Hcmy K. ICrtmenbcr^, dean o llie College of Education. Univor slly of Arkansas, will sulrlress th tnt'iiihcrs of the craclualing class a these exercises. Miss Patricia Overby. daughter o Superintendent and Mrs. Cwcrb. has b?cn awarded t,i^' val°dictoi honors and Miss Amsula Moovin i daughter of Mr. an;l Mrs. Joh Mnorlug. has been sul'jctfl salMln torian of the 1DS7 class. Supt. Overby announced. Dr. R. L. Johnson, chuirninn of tlic Shnwnei- School Board, will pre- BI.VTIIEVII.LE Admitted: Floyd Carter, steelt. Mo. / Mrs. Elaine Pierce, CooICi Mrs. Milton Wenh, city. Mrs. Aubrey Woocllioaie. ' Dismissed: Mrs. B. B. White and Mo. Dt'il. baby, dvimrnl pmno .suuteii'-, wm piay '*u"i IUMUWI-U. I'olonaisf!" Chopin, an;! "Indian I ,j,i rs c jj. Dri jive (MIT Frhnl. Pupils Betty Bar- | 12 member.; of 1'ejigy Barnett. Amy Claire' well, Shirley Marie Hurks, May Jyr'l IJfvill. Mabel Lynn Crook and yclaire Crook will pl-ty onenum- icr'cacli. Hetty Kasley will play two :i'lcctitins. •' l,i)IM)et!i fiiirrett. liapnio KoontK, iietti- Lutuierdale. Peggy Lloyd and. Patsy Mc-Halley will each play one iinm'litT. 'I'he Glee Cltt'> will then present llir-c songs. Sue Nash and Dorolhv Louise Powell will play one selection each utul fii-raldinc Pit-rcc will present two pis-cos. Hobby Lou Peterson v'irpmi" Plorcr, Charletu- Pierce, Sy- 1)1! Quail:;. Jean Sawyer, Ruby Mollic Toinlln. I/Juise Vanbibber, Mae Windlimn,!'! Windham and Mittlit- Hue Yotim; will each plnv a si-lection and tl'.o Glee I7:lul) wili cotu.'lnclo llic pronn-m by sillB- uu; -Tli'.' Lord filcss and Keep You." OSCEOLA, Ark., May 6- Women's church organizations here met ycs~ tct'tiay for circle, business jand program Cessions. ' PRESBYTERIAN Circle One of First Prestytei ian Church met at the home of Mrs. Raymond ^Catncr in Wilson with '' 15 members present. Mrs Arthur • Roucr.i. chairmi'.n, presided any Mrs. L. T. Lawrence and Mrs. Bob ; Crcmer conducted the program.; Topic of the study course was "The j Sermon on the Mount." 'A social, followed. iver was hostess to Circle Two with Mrs. Allan Segravcs presiding as chairman. Program topic was for Christian Growth, in co-ordination with the week's sub ject "Am I Happy?" Taking part on the program were 'Mrs. Blanche Cleere and Mrs. Richard Cromcr Maureen Morris, who is a studen Jr. I at St. Cecilia Academy in Nash A dessert course was served at vlllc, Tcnn., won second in th •inclusion ol the meeting. E. w. Simmons, city. Mrs. Josie Kimhle, cily. Mrs. j. A. McKay, cily Bonnie Lymi Himson, city. : C. S. Armstrong, Dell. 1 H. D. Jackson city. WAW.S HOSl'ITAL ' Dismissed: Joe Shapiro, Moti'it. union, Pa. Mrs. Silas Heed, city. Maureen Norn's Second In Oratorical Contest second school-wide oratorical contest hcl LOOK OUT FOR PIN-WORMS Recent reports ri-vml Ihnl nn •mazing nuiutxi.- of chil.Jroti («nii fc:rnwii- UPS tool may In? victims cf I m-Woriiis—- often without EUSl>eclinir what 13 \vroiurl And these pcali. livit.i; inside llic li' body, can cause real distress. So watch out for the wurnmir einns that may mean Pin-Worm'- -«iui-i.-.lly thn •McnvnlinE reclal itrh. Get JAYNE'S f-W • nil follow Lhc dim tions. P-W Is the I'iu-Wuriii trc.llmcr.t di-vcl- op«l In the laboratories -A llr. II. Jaync ft Son. iiflcr j-c-.-irs of luiluitl rcn-nn-h. llie •mall, c-aay-lo-taku P'W luUclu act ">£/l • uecial way lo remove rin-Woriii3. 9f, Aak your djUKHlsU P-W fjr Pm-Worr^,.' MKTIIOmST I there Sundiiy night to climax The Woman's Society of Christian May Day program. Service of First Methodist Church First honors went to the rcpre- mol at the church Monday for a scntativc of the senior class. Mau- btisiness session ftiici program lU recn won the right to represr 11 which 20 members were present. the freshman class by receiviim first honors among the 30 students of her class, with one student competing from each class in the finals. Tile compositions were orl- Mrs. P. program, ginal: Maureen is daughter oj Mr , sent the diplomas ami J. D. Roberts. hii;!i school students at principal of the school, will present the awards during the ccjmrnuicc- nicnt exercises. .Members ol the Women's Aux- ilh\ry ol First Presbyterian Church hire will observe the 25th Auxiliary . " , " . . fcfrthday next Monday afternoon. Baptist Lll'clcs IViccl Plans for the annual observance ,. ,-, - Q were made at a meeting of the I'Ol' DUSllieSS, rVOgiaili Auxiliary.,executive board yesterday afternoon at the church. / iEach year, members celebrate the organization's birthfiny with gills designated lor use in foreign and home mission iields. contributions ccrino the 25 years since organization have totaled $1,341.160. Tor mission work. * - ' ;GiIts this year will'go to missions in the Orient; one hall to China, one. fourth to Japan, and one four la fqc_.KO[ea. jAt the local group's observance, Mrs. W. A. Dobyns will conduct I (Ke program and Mrs. Ebb Spradley .- ^ ^ nflcrnooll wcte. made fur 11 social affair Circles OI'IE and Two of Calvary Uaptlst Church hail » social ami business meeting yrst::.'ei.iy lit t!u> c.iurch after attending th? in.>tn- iu : s'-rvicr- of the Kvan'tf-lir.lir nv.v t- ir.q being held there tin; week. Mrs. Dai-rcil Lunsfonl, president, opened the session and Mr;;, ttay- mona 1 Belknap led a prayer. Busin'.^s rtportr, were made by olficer.s. Mrs. Lunsford, president: Mrs P. H. iJcrntgnn, vine president: Mrs Dee WcBster. community mission chaii- ll and Mrs. Belknap, YoitiiB Pec's Department dircc.o-' will be the social hour hostess. 'Mrs. C. M. Gray presided at the business session yesterday and Mrs. Harvey T- Kidd was hostess to the | group following the business meet- ; irii. She was assisted by Mrs. H. T- Kidd of Memphis and Mrs^. Spradley. Baptist Women Meet Fpr Business Session -Mrs. Marion Williams conduc-. ted Ihc business session of the \Voman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church, held yesterday afternoon at the church. ?Mrs.' Ebb Carson led the opening p'rayer and Mrs. H. H. Brooks gave the closing thought, "Witness of the -Word", based on the 115th Fspim. Mrs. R, E. Blaylock led the cicEing prayer. * * * - ' Coming Events ' WEDNESDAY Mrs. Baker wiisnn eii f .*'nn:ning Wednesday Bridge Club "Mrs. J. C. Ellis will be hi;su-ss to Town and Country IJildjc (Jluu. for which Mrs. P. H. Jei -crvc as chainnan of Ml,' "" will for it will Jim England will elect a lo'ii-.uil- tee to serve the chitrcn Bfoilirr- hootl. Mrs. Belknap made a?\ impen! :\\ the IntcresL of church ;ta:;il:afi':s. Mrs. II. W. Burnetle hiu! clinrRe of the program, "PL-O;T'.'! of t'nc World Today." Taking part in prcjcntin.'. In Iks on Japanes". Japanese ns Chrhii.ii family here. She aecoinpanleil Mr. Lmmston hacl: from Louisville, where he altemlrd thp Kentucky . Derby. I Mrs A. B. Full-field of Milledgc- ville. Cin.. is vir.ilHit; her parents. Mr. and Mv.s W. 1. Demon, here. Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and Miss Piilricin Wist- are spending .several di\yj; in Memphis. Mi- an ; | Mrs. John Mahan and children. Betty and Put, have returned to their home in Princeton 'Sy . attn- having spc'.H. a few dayr here as Bursts of his mother. Mrs T. j. MniiRii, and faiully. Mrs. John P. Fields Is i:i Helena 'with her mother. Mrs. M. Li Von- deratl. Mrs. Tommy Tinker and (laugh ter. Dontia I-'aye have gone to t .^t. 1,-juis to r^pf-ntl several days as punsts of Mrs- Tinker's sister. Mrs. M. I.. Crane, and Mr Crane. Tin- Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Brown and family and Ihi- liev. and Mrs D. H Blrdsoc lr-rt today lor StLouis to altend the Southern Baptist. Conference at the Municipal Auditorium llu-re. Mrs. \v. w. Nebcl and infant sou. Kenneth William, hnvc r.mic to C^pe Girar<ieau to visit liei- pinents, Mr. and Mis. K. r Dedc. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Schat:'. of Helena viei'f g' a brief time this weekend of Mrs. T. .J. Mahan and family line. Kn route to roll. 111., for the weekend they were accompanied by Mrs W. Ii. Tanner or nlyihrvillc. Miss Lorraine Ilaik of New Orleans anil Miss Eutll Hail; of Re- Assigned to Alaska First Sergl. Ralpi. II. Farrar. who etit.ere.d the Armv in !9-'0 wi'h t>;e \rkans-.ts National Guard at Blyth"- vil!e. has been trnnsferre.l from his Fort Richardson, Alaska, post to Ihc Hecrui'.inr; Publicity Bureau at Oov- srnors Island. New Yo-.-;:. and wil leave for there Thursday, llie Alas tun Department lleadd'.tarlcr.'; the Arm;- announced today. S- "•--^-rar is a nephew nt A\ts. .1. D McDowell of Blytheviilc. Gene Morrow of Manila Marries St. Louis Girl Miss Marie Johnson of SI. Lou's bee e the bride of Gene Morrow of Manila in a ceremony solem- ni/cd Aptil V.B at the home of the Rev. ami Mrs. p. M. Sweet. The rte.v. Mr Sweet officiated. Mr.'. Lee Hlii'able was the couple/, only attendant. Mr. and Mrs Morrow will make their home in St. Louis. Caruthfirsville School Plans Recognition Day Tomorrow will be honor rccoynl- tinu (jav for hiyii school and jur.ioi- Carulhcrs- Mo. In the afternoon assembly, r-jcng- lilion will be made for outstniidlug ri. athletic, drama, music, scholar- hip mid perfect attendance students. The Student Activity Com- nittcc president-elect for 1947-48 will also be presented. O. G'.vyn conducted the which had the topic Youth of Today," with Mrs. Brayn Hendon niviiiR the devotional. ClUtlSTIAN CHURCH Clifistikn Workers of tlie Firs Christian Church met in the home Mrs. Samuel F- Norris. | of Mrs. W. E. Johnson with 13 ! members present. Mrs. Bruce Ivy, I preridenl, had charge. 1 Mrs. Harry Driver and Mrs. W. E. Johnson conducted the lesson on 'The Authority of the Scriptures." Refreshments of cake and coffee were served. * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main 2187 and Too Late to Classify For Salt K The South American Gocldi frogj is a dish-shaped back on which it carries its eggs. | lic iso, coiii|.U-lpl>- ri-nrly for buyer, mi Ahslrnrt title. rk 'l-iplciu, 1 Ark. irnlshi'il. nii'Jinl" Hcf.l lu llroki-r. 5IB-ck-9 Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT si:end a month clLtu'.'hter, Mrs. J family. BIG BINGO PARTY Sponsored by ladies of the Catholic Church at the Legion Hut Wednesday, May 7 at 8 p.m. Good Assortment of Prizes. Admission Only 50c Want to Keep iko turVish .own ttm " nlllifnl iiualil Vurkilli HiUlis i Ftiur t-yst.'lii, ri 1 Inr »ctu'i uiKl I like nesv at!;iin. for ni.p.iiii lit ii. iny ItetUT ii\ K!.< small L'.-!l>i'iisu tm. t ill!'ll l.i nt Artie's Beauty Shop a 13 N'urtii Second Htrci?l 1'iniiie ^:SU as puest of her W. Dunn, Jr., and Not a mirage.. .You're uol "seeing things" It's every word true! Japanese as Baptists. Jai.-am.-sf. nut | serve. 1,a,. U-M ycstciiiay alter in Japan and whether th;! Japa- ] jpenclini: the wi'ekt-nd hero as Rticst nr.-c will be u stranper or a brornor j Hf Mi« s Alice Haliba ami her paf- Hf-dSi-. L-.'r- and rc Mrs. Lunsford. s. .lerni^an. Mrs. s. Rov Rmilh. Aftt-rrioun \u-.iyei-:; re led by Mrs. Pnlitt. Mis J. W. Tomlinson and Mrs Burnett:A luncheon was held bi'l'.vet'n - r .cs- hci- nits. l)r. and Mrs. J. A. Salibtt. IMiss Falilxi attended who;)! with Miss F.nid IlaiU at l/iui:,i:in.\ State Univer:ut>-, iUiliin Rnlicc. Mrs. pearl Hire:, will '.cave lei- nu>rrip-,v for Union City. 'I'cnn., lo 11 yout watch needs repair- Ing, adjusting, or reconditioning, bring ft lo uj. All woik guaicnlced. ! One Week Service! : Pat O'Bryant JEWELER 3Jain at Second Phone "2G1 ^- Just in Time for A Glamorous New Group of Fine Ladies Watches BRINGS YOU SAVINGS OF 45°/o AND MORE sparkling new... styled for Spring WOMEN'S Continuous Sliows Every Day IJox Office Opens 1 :'M Show Starts 2:(W ~ LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n., Tucstliiy and WcthicHday WARNER ACHIEVEMENT ffi fill Continuous Showing !'!vcrj*i!;iy Also Shorts Main at Second Jewel ry Phono 3261 A c,;w anil rolnrfnl print hi U.iyi>;i Shiintutit;. A criss-iTiiss ttju*n uork, MS-hi; iioclicl P;i|is .uul ploalnl j-kirt. Triinmcil \\\~,h ^hilly bluok IniUnns and Uc'i'.. t'n'.nrs— Assorted prints* Sizes Vir». I. Rosenthafi Inc 226 V/est Mam Phone 2562 HOW $ 3 NOW $, For -to ycnra, in good times and bad, Pcnney's has brought you" always "best possible quality—lowest possible price". That is a <1ay-in, day-out Penney policy. But every so often M>mc- thins super special comes lo us — a value so unusual it's apt not lo happen again for a long time — if ever. Here's one of those super special offerings—it's oil Women's Spring Shoe*.. OUR FORMER PRICE WAS 5 50 Thrsc arc Pcnney's famous CYNTIIUS. Some of them' you've seen in our windows and ads at *5.50. Others arc brand new styles we've never before had! Selections arc complete . . . sizes arc unbroken. But they'll be gobbled up fast by thrifty bargain finders ... so hurryl \0l) SAVE 2 50 ON EVERY PAIR YOU BUY, FORMER PRICES WERE 6 75 TO 8* Box Office Oncns al 6:30 Opens Snmlay i "00; Slarls 1:15 Contlnnous SI' a\ss S.tL '.ml Sun. Bargain Night Fv — Night Eicept H^ ^.rfa hnnorefl en junday HI the Uoxy. Tuesday and Wednesday IKHHH.I-: I Blind Spot iTith C lit-slcr Alnrris :nul Cnnst;incc Ihv.vlhijf KAY FRANCIS PAUIKEILOTTOKRUGER These are CYNTHIA DELUXE and CYNTHIA 1NALS ordered and just received from our \* archoiue for this record breaking bargain sprecl They re bet-' ler" shoes . . . they're beautiful shoes ... in caUsk,,,,, patent leathers . .". gabardines and plastics. Complete size ranges loot YOU SAVE 2" TO 4 75 ON EVERY PAIR

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