The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1947
Page 5
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AY 8, 1<)17 M BlytheYilte Men Attend Scottish iVjtes Lif.T',? 1 !!1 >' thev11 * me" Were in "life Rock this week for the -m- ""•" Scottish Rites. '' They ax ,,,. w , Adams. Cl,arle s Altonl, Jack M : ",l, : "m* Isaacs, pain Byruin. Walter ny Frank CaucS:.-, Raymond Sch- »»ick, Dave Halslead. Wilbur Walil. <•<• A. Cunningham, joe Atkins ami J A. Wlutcil. Roy VViH Conduct Rcv/Vu/ Meet . The Rev. I'crcy Ray of Myrtle-, iss, win conduct a Revival Meet- g at Emanuel Baptist Chinch, ail Moon, beginning Sunday, May . and continuing through Miiy Services will be held crery night l 1:30 o'clock. Returns from Paris MEMPHIS, TODII.. Mav a (UP>- Miud of Cotton Hllma'S;:iy (0 m- Dieted her three-month ;.,m- us Kirn- Cotton's goodwill ambuss ulor io:lav and returned to Aiemuiiis for (he opening next week of list- 1917 cot toil carnival. The maid's tour carried her to virtually every major cl'.y in the' nation and to Purls. Deh School Students Wave May Festival Day !)"!! Hlfilv Schmi oiiserved n Mi'y rvslivnl, spons->!'cd i,y the firsli- innn tlass_ Du!<»'o» Mosle.v rclaned as High Sellout Queen and shlrfcy Phillips as Omde school Omen for the cx-casion. Each of Mw first s,!:: gr.ules [;ave a Mnyiiol; dance. The first grade gave a simlw W eb nanre- seconii grade. BiimJ rjialn dance' third grade, brai-1 dunce' Jourtli grade, candy -silos d-ince- Ii|(h Ki'acit, water wine) dunce nnd sislh erndo, half weave dance. _BLYT11EVILLE (ARK.)' COUiUER NEWS Entertains at Bndg0 \ OSCKOLA, Ark, May 8. — Mrs Palmer stnulo.i wns hostess Weil-1 ncsday afternoon at her home to two tables of guests with a dessert bridge. Mrs. J. L. Glnscoe won night score prlne with second high going to Mrs, Hetty Nolle Stiirr. Arrangements of Outcli Ids, tulips and other Spring flowers decorated the Jioinc. Cnapter O Meeting Held OSCLGDA. Ark.. May 8.— Chapter O. P. ]... o. Sisterhood members. :>ie'. yesterday afternonn in the Jioiiic- of Mrs. Edward Scgravcs at Hi^htcwrr. Mrs. David S. fy.iney, president, had charge of the session and Mrs Weiby i'flung presented a program for the 13 members jjiesent. The hostess served a dessert course. I Half Moon News t The Woman's Society of ol.iisl- ian Service met «l. th« church Tuesday night with ruiio nifm- '•jcrs present. Tlis lesson was giv- fcn by Mrs. Orvill Mitchell l;um Jthe book, "Till Christian Molive ami Method ::i Sicwuntslup." P'IIDS were made ,:or improvement;! of the church in-l chiiroli grounds. Ml', and Mrs. Hoy Simon of Cmif;, Ctil.. visiu'r.g friends .and relatives here and at Mammoth Springs. i The Rev. T. J. Rlclnu..ison mid his brother, w. If Richardson, 'arc In St. Louis ihls week to attend the Somlinin Baptist Convention. Miss Hazel Lackey is visilin;; -her aunt, at Hayii, Mo i.nd / >^f *<C> Fashions to Lead the Mother's Day Parade Pretty New Dresses 6.98 Mother's beloved rayon print sheers'. Here's n gift that shell thank you for all summer long. They're so cool and airy ... so lean ami slender of line. Flattering new styles in small monotone prints. Slyle sketched is typical o{ our wide selection. Como in today! Women's sires 38 to 44. to Sparkling Handbags 2.98* to 4.98* C.IIOOFK n liriglil new accent Jicr-ilrcss ... a sl>inin,=; plaslic liaiiclltag from \Var<ls! \VcVe bclotlion of styles in black, v ixilor?. Coins in am! i;ct hers Add \o;ir purclia<rs lo your Monliiiy Pnytncnt Account. —' 2,?8' 4.98' friends ut .OivtmvUuclj, Mo., tills proved ..„ | WC , Ck; , , ' ( Mls J " lm wlm )HI. lx)is Hnwkli's mill family ot FlnU l *' l ' 1 > visiiin ; r 1,1 Memphis will I-<l.<> Cmiummsly AII;| |.\ O. Jiuw- fu'r claiiKliU'r, MJ.-, Mack' W-idc kms of l)lyil,... V !»e /in-y Air «ms returned home. Llclil iveri' -jinviis ;i>r n Oitof til of Mr. and Mr;. Arthur I'ciKe)', Mr. und M.-J. Orc.ii> Kay ot Yunm. Ail/,., a'-.- vislt!n.j Mr. idiy's' mother, Mrs. A'.ln lurrln, and 'Kuiii'iul services will bi> lield Snl- oilier relalives lliirs wocit. ' lii'day altrrnron 2 o'clock at Uelh- C.mditlon of Llova Hay. who Is e| A. M 1, church for Clara Haw- ' arY-etheVX"M. ^"cimrch ill at his home, is imicJi im- kins. • ... . . "'• >•• ^lunin. I her home In Dli'lhcvllle 2'J years She died Tuesday nltiht al her home on ColeriilfC slicel. liurlnl will be in 'llllman Cemetery and ROY. Green will offlcliite. She served ILS president of Harrison Negro School 1'arcm-Tcachi'r Assoi'iallon for several years and was . ncllve In Ni'gru cine oi'Kiuili'.Htloii.s PAGE FltfB I ramp Hawkins, two daughters, Ma- Hnila noal of Cleveland, Ohio, and Evu Klrksoy, teacher at Harrison School; mid a sister ana brother or Memphis. Home Funeral Home Is In charge. Die load capacity of the DC-3's now | n use, Pan American World Airways announcid. woman. H'!IO hud made . l s survived by IKY husband. New Service to SAN FRANCISCO (UP) — Four ciifiliicd DC-4 Clippers are bclni! liul Into service between Seattle mid Alaska. They imvc three times EADACHE CipndiM mntDIM 4 ipt<ullr ttlttnd litftcdhatt th*€ »«k llMr lo ftn qiltk rrlUf h«»iheh« "ind •rankjx. Follow dirrntoBi oo Ubtl. Beautiful Lingerie All Nationally Advertised Lines Slit; limy liu in liL ¥ r 'toons or twiHilk's, Kixlion or sovontics— Mother is I In- londiiiR lutly of ilio dny wluin May' llth 1'itidn lior Uiu I'ncipiunl of niiuiy udorablo Mothers Day Gift Of Rare Charm . . . /« Ymtthful Half -Sizes frosliesl of gift . . . for siimm'-'rloiijf delii/hi '. In MANVIMJO ((Uiilily iloltud KWiss . . . shirt Ijodico nxqiiiRitcly i'inc- Uit'kcd and luce nilTlod . . , niv.V skirl sumrLly pluiilcd . . . Klcn- (lerixiiiif bounty OL" fit typically "MYNHTTK" . . . Aqun, blue, piuU or mui'/.e. Six.cs 1(>'X. Us 8.99 Other Dresses, Various Styles and Materials, Priced from 3.99 - 24.50 HANDBAGS Ideal for Mother Kino Ic'iithcrs and plastic 1'alonts in Koi't'ooiis shades of Ulack, Hi-own, Rod, Navy aii'l White. A host of designs to select from. $299 Lovely BLOUSES Beautiful numbers for Mothers Day ^fbi. A wide variety of styles and Materials from fresh toll ons to drossy Crepes In all sixes. HATS Hilts (o carry you cv- e vy w h ere. I.arye- JJriniK, Sailors, Open Crowns . . . styles for every ;IKC mother. A nice selection ot While:;. up Gorgeous HOSIERY ('leal', Sheer Nylons l>v PKISUN'l'ANTK nnd CAM1U-K. Beautifully styled l>y America's most famous makers. Feinberg's For Nationally Advertised Lines NEW COSTUME JEWELRY A I'Mlly appropriate KifL . . . and we have the .selection. KciiUiriiiR I'earl N'eck laces, Kar- j-ingM, Clialalins aiul Mak'hitii; Jiarrinjj; and I'eii Sols. ~ FEINBERG'S Feinberg's For Values That Are Hard To Beat

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