The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 20, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVItLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 10-17 Birthday Party Gi^eri,, For Jerry Wade, Seven Jerry Wad* wai seven years old yesterday and to celebrate the o=- casion.'hls mother, Mrs. L. D. Wade, entertained with a birthday Party at the Wade home on Highway 61 North.' ,y '• I ' Guests were 15 children, who, played! games and were served re• freshir.enls of ice cream and cake. In eapies, prizes .went to Jesse Ronald Cain, Phyllis Alford and ' Jame s Hichard Ptiuh. Shirley Wad«, the eu>st of'honor's sister, directed games. Each guest was "presented a favor. Several mothers who attended assisted-Mrs. Wade. - '- • Class Social Given At fyletliodist Church The' Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church was entcrlaine-l last night, when Mrs. >M;ll Broaks Jr., Mrs. James Nebhut and Mrs. 1,-niis Ilickman were hostesses to the groufc-'vfitK-the monthly social at the cbvji'ch. '.'!,-,!•• 'i : Guestsr-were seated ijt small ta Wes on which bouqvvel3,o[ swet',- lieas ', were arranged. The t'jble frcm-which the buffet supper was served wa s centered with a vase of hydrangeas and swcctpeas and other" mixed Hummer flowers. Guests besides the 35 members prcseiil were Miss Bet'.y Jane HIM, •Mrs. 'Maude Melton, and the pev. and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, Games of the evening were played under the direction of Mrs. Men Brooks Jr - and Miss Mamie Adams. Mrs'; \Velch Hostess To Octette MemUt-vs •Mrs. James IJ. Clark played bridge yesterdnv afternoon with members of the Octette Club when Mrs. lay Welch was hosles s at her home, 1CI7 West Ash St.. with Ihe fina club ])-uty before it disbands lor the Sum incr. . Cape Jasmines and hvdmntteas were effectively arranged to decorate the home. Mrs. J. C. Ellis' won high scon prize in bridge ganics and Mrs n. C. Rose was awarded seconi high. , ..-.' The hostess served a desser course. : . Junior Misses Receive Awards At The Hospitals H1,Y'I'1IKVH.I,E HOSPITAL Admitted: EUdic Daniels, Huffman. jeanclta Sue Boyd, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Edison Kreeh and baby, City. •Mrs. E. C. Pace and baby, Huff- Past Matrons, Patrons Guests of G. W. Barliams Mr, and Mrs, Georne W. Bai ham were host and hostess la? niaht'-to the jl>asv Matrons , ar Palroiis of the Order of the Easl crn Star and four other finest with 'a uarty nt their home Hcarn fitreet. Guests '. Included' Mis. Slantbn of Kansas City. Mary; Henley and Mr..- and Don Haley. Attractive arrangements :; rtumi. Tin-ee-ye.ii-old I.ana Kayc Tcwlcs (ccnteri, daughter of Mr. anil rs. II. K. Towles. bc-am.s proudly us she holds the loving cii|) awarded er us "Miss Junior ulylhcvilic." She was chosen from 1 among -10 cn- -anls in the junior title event, held for the first time till? year in injunction with the annual lienuly I'.accant sponsored by the Jaycces .' nifjht at Haley Held, worn! place winner in this contest. ,MIS Janet Young (riislili, five-year-old daughter uf Mr. and Mrs. nill ,'ouiiK- Third |)latc honors went to Sara I .oil lioyett Ueftl, slx-ycnr-old iauehter'of Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred tloycll Sr. Holland received g; ng Crosbys Visit City Mow . But They Hail From ind Betty N?ll iv in bridge. Hydrangeas an 1 Summer »rs were nttrnnlivcly an-arijed in Louisiana, Not HoilyWOOV entertaining rooms, nclresbmcnb;' pie Mrs. Dee Webster, Mrs. Henry Berry and Mia. Mabel I.unsford were In Jonesboro yesterday to attend the Northeast District meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of Hie Daptlst Church. Mrs. Ilusscll Uevore of Hlpley, Turn., is vitt'.uis Mr. and Mrs. Ebb spi'Mdley here .in.t her \SM- ents Mi', and Mrs. Jini Cahi'or., In llcllaml, Mo. I Mrs F. E. Black, and daughter. Miss Hetty ISlaek, are spending the day in Memphis. , ., . I Miss Uetly .Young of Mayfleld. Ky., is spending the. week h'ere with relatives. Miss Diane Cooper, who has been the hou-scgucst of her uunt, Mrs. |>. C. Hothrock, for Hie past two weeks, will return tonight to her home in Canni, 111. Jlmmie Frances »':'ei;ior,s has arrived home to be with her mother, Mrs. Andreaniel Vreeman, from Syrauise. N. Y.. where she was a stn.'li'iil al No'.lin I Mali School. Tom Little Si-., arilvcd home last night fro'ii Baltimore, M'l. v.-here ho has been luidofijolii Irealiucnt ,"•)!• some lime al ,lolin IlopUins' Hospital. Hir, -on, Turn l.illle Jr., :n'-t him ill Memphis. Mrs. H. K. darner and daughter, i Miss Ann Gan:er, nf Greenwood. iMlss., who har> ucrn-niu'sls of the 1 Littles, will return here lor the weekend. Mrs. Maude Gllbe/t "of Para- pjould Is visili'itf wUh iier son, A. Gilbert and family, on West Ash' Street. Mr. :md Mrs. P. '**. Graver, and sons, Frank and Jimmy of Memphis are spending Die weekend itli Mrs. Graves sister. Mrs. J. ,. Ciimn aiul family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Uill anil Jr. and Mrs. i\.\ Walters spent he pasl few (lny.s at Reelfoot -ake In Tennessee. Lloyd a. Blomeyci- is spending lie weekend in Memphis with ilend.s. Mis. Olga Pa??or:l and Mrs. Fenny Kurd or Memphis, and Mi 1 ! mil Mrs. Harvey Lovelace of man. Wayne Thompson, Caruthersville. Births: liorn to Mi', and Mrs. Roy Goodman Manila, a son last nichl. WAM.S HOSOPITAIDismissed: Virijll Williams, city. (Mrs. W. B- Martin, city. Arlhur lidding, Route I. city. Mr;:. Mary WariTn. Route 1, city. G. \J, Rushing, I/ike Providence, H.AP'IIS HOSPITAL, .Memphis Dismissed: Vivien Canamore, Manila. First Methodist Members To Vote on Building Plans Ballots were in the hands of members of the First Methodist Church today .seeking their preferences -^ a new church structure The action was taken following a discussion of the tentative plans Sunday n'ght, In the church. • Members are asked to chocs? between erecting a new church and, educational building on the 'cemetery site between Walnut and Chlekasawba. or adding an torium to the present e<iucalioi'.;f building at Seventh and Main. Members also were asked I'm 1 a' expression conccnmit; when th plans for building should j;fl *indt Members 21 or older arc en- I litlcal party dedicated 'o ray. Hied to vote. The final action on selection or a site must be taken at i quarterly conference of t 1 )" church. the worklngman at the cxp":j rich men, nlgxers and Jews." Secretary Pays fine Of Columbian Leader ATLANTA, Ga., June 20. (UP) — Homer Loonils, Jr., was out of ;he clink today thanks to his 18-year- old secretary, blonde Belly Penland who raised $27 to pay the Columbian leader's line for opevat'ns a sound truck without a license in his newest rncc-bulltiig stun!. T-oomls<t the sound t p u<;k 'it an outdoor meeting of his new po- and iced were .served. Leon Robertson Heads Training Union Class Leon Robertson was elected president of the Hustler's Trainin; Union Class of Calv.iry Baptist Church at a business meeting last night at the church. Other officers to serve are Leon Robertson, president; Mrs. John Sparks, vice president; Mrs. Jolm Holmes, secretory,- Mrs. Vernon Boyd', Bible quiz leader; Mrs. Dei- Wcbijter and Mrs. Uon Robertson group" captains; Mrs. Webster, missionary chairman .and Mrs. Mab Bes. Lunsford, social chairman, Mrs. All Lunsford is the class spom:or. Mrs | PoHowing the business session, a ', socia'i hour was held at Walker of I'Park." Mr. and Crosby art. isttiiif ns. Brother nob, coulcln Rotations Plan Dinner-Dance Next Thursday A I/ulies Night dinner and dunef will be held next Thursday night at 7 o'clock al Ihe Hotel Noble, it was announced at the weekly meet- Inn of the R'ltary Club yesterday noon al the hotel. Art Hricz'j, nationally-known professional after-dinner speaker wil! b;> the principal speaker. Speed Hays and his orehe.str.i will v .hii-ing the ilinner. Following the dinner, a g'roup o Rotariuns will sponsor a dance at the Noble for other Rotarlans am their guests who wish to attend I Hays also will play for tin d:ioce. At yesterday's meeting, Rotar President-elect Phillip Deer guv a' report of the national coni'eii tiou held last week in San Fran cisco. Guest!; were Circuit Judge Charle W.'Light and George Faulkner, bo', of Paragould. H. A. Harwell Piirkln, Myron Nailing of Cticeola Harry Holmes of Mev.iphis, Die Williams. Junior Rotarian. and W D. nyess. Joe Gentry and Gpor;; Pelty, all of .Uixnra. iWe speak of the "everlaslin hills." but, actually the inountau of the eartli arc of short duratio in geological time. Wl'ien it's Sunday east International date Unr. ii°; just west oi it. Good Used Furniture .h Found at if, JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. We've the best selection of records and record albums to be found between Memphis and St. Uniis.. Before looking elsewhere—find it in our store I Tommy n^rssy—.Boogie Woogie. Tommy Dorscy—It's Ihe Same Old Dream 1-n.sLine Huwkin;- - C'oast to Coast ( l-:r.':kine I lav/kins—After Hours Mtlmnume All t>u<i- Uund —Duijle Call Hag Vaughn Monroe - Shine On Ha west Moon Vaughn, Monroe —Carolina Mcjun Wayne King—Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Freddie Martin Loita Ixjpez Charlie Spivak—Tomorrow * Three Suns :l'i'g O' My Heart • Hilly Williams—My Adobe Hacienda Johnny Tyler—Rockin 1 Chair Money -Spade Cooloy Hoggs Hoogle Green—Ulowtup Ulnes panslcs, zinnias and • hydrangeas decorated the home_ Jpr the occa- rton. ' ' When the. group played bunco, high ; score' prim among women went to Mrs. Stnnlon and high among men to GUI Eberdt. Mrs. R.. A. Co'peland" T -.won traveling prize. Mrs. C. A. Ta,nt .assisted her parents in. entertain'ms. Gay Garngan Hostess To Junior Miss Out) Gay Gnrrtsa-.i was hostess la-:l night. to the' Junior Miss Bridge Club at t'-te hoinc ol her um,t Mrs. R. A. Ne'son. Guests other than members were Mary Don Matthews of Robinsonville, Miss., Julia r.'.vink, Kathryn Martin, Shirley King 1 , Susie 1 Crafton ami Annette Whistle. ' Jcapne Trie-ihmann won hi^li This was tin iv-ivs Item Mrs Clair Miller phc.ue'i in tills mor.i ng. No, she explained, it isn movlehintr.s Hint; Crosby. No, h wasn't, namnl for him. In Tac their is pro'j.uily okicr tha the movie star. No. they arr.n relatives Yes he really doer, hav a brother .inr.ivtl 15ob_ Tile Crosb/s home is in Cov- I'nsU'.Mi Ij-i. IUMI they will bn yue.-;l. 1 ; sevi'i-al liuvs' o/ Mr. :m<i Mrs. Miller and Eiy«n uliiey Mr. and Mrs. Miller and their ;>.M''.,ls will go lor.iovrow to Ilr.t fillings for the annual reunion of 7,Irs. Miller's fainil;,' •At.icn' will be held Sunday. This year's reunion will n t'rh:l)i\ilin:i of Mrs. Milhr':; father's, n. K. Herry, 77lh i'irih- ilny. 'hiladelphia pa., spent, yesterday. _. with Mrs. Paffnr:l's daughter.'Mildred Williams vs. Ray Williams. Mrs. Richard Pri.;!ia~d and Mr. I'Rose Ellen Davenport, vs. Gerald Priehard. | Robert Davenport, Betty Jo Wood- Mis, f. L. Hale of Armorel left', ward crows v.s. Frank Cilvin Crews oday lor Morrislown. Tenn., where' ami SeywOod Jones v.s. Tressic she will participate in Hie wedding Jones, of her niece, Miss Deity Grigsby. RC A\/l CTO'R RE CO R D S ADAMS APPLIANCE CO Phone 2071 J. W. Adams, Mgr. 206-08 W. Main 313 f. Main Phone 24S7 j Osceo/a News "Mr. and 'Mrs. A. S. liogers have 1 us their guests this -week Mrs. A. M. Anderson and daughter, Mary, of Cleveland. Ohio, and Miss 'Mary Lyfovd of Flelena. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Markle ani son, Johnnie of Taylors town, Par.: 'visitors In the home of fhcT I T1m3 L. R. Still. The and Mr. M-irkle, 1 Peggie Lou Cnigs-[ Singing Will be Held Sunday in Cooler, Mo. The Pciniseot County, Mo.. Singing Conve-ntlon organization will Hold its monthly sinking Sunday it Cooter, Mo., in the Hi;;h School auditorium. =peeial guests will \K Ihe Stnmps- n-.iX1er Melody sitigrrs of Little Rock, w-ho will present a concert. I Miss Cox Entertains With Bridge Luncheon OSCFOI-A. June 20.- The Pour Table club atul another guest, Mrs. David S. I.aney, were entertained by Miss Emma Cox with a hmcli- con yesterday at her home, outh Ht. Mrs. D. II. Blnrkwood held h •TJnv. iinrt ^Tr.s. Rev. Mr. Still accompanied by by and Mary Louise Aslnnore, are aitendinp. Christian Service Camp in Arcadia. Mo. •Mr .and Mrs. Tal Tongate and _ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant left to- for St. Louis to attend the ball panics over Ihe weekend.i D. H. -Blackwood Jr.. of I^is Angeles, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bl.ickwooct. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams an;l 'Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lowrance left today to spend Ihe weekend Memphis anil attend Ihe wedding of Miss Erwin Hus.sey to Hugh Bosworth, which will be solemnized tomorrow niuht at St. Mary's Episcopal FROM ME TO YOU By HARRY FRITZIUS M. A. C. P.S. * GOOD FOOD * LOW PRICES * VARIETY We Kpeci:ili'« In •Merchant's I.inicbcs THE WONDER GRU.L 409 W. Main IMltmc :: Box Office Oiu-ns at 7-.M p.m. Show Starts 7:ir> p.m. Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts I: IS Coiilinuoiis Shn\vs Sal. anil Sun. Bargain Night Every Niulil ICxcepl Saturday No passes honored nn .^imday at the Itnvy rroi;ram -Saturday night anil par- srore. Mrs. John W. Kdrington re- tlciuate in the singing Sunday. I ceiled cut priz^ and Mrs. San Continuous Shows' Evcvy Il:iy x Office Opens 1:45 Sliow Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN «:!» a.m. 12:<5 p.m 4:30 p.m. fare and whose "higher-ups" hav but one object in view, that -REVOLUTION. . HATRED BE TWEBN RACES. DIS3E1NSION iF-LOOD-SIHED AND CIVIL, WAR Such organizations,' for all the high sounding and patriotic title are. to say the least, neither th friend of the negro or of the 'with Freil Astairc.S;'ille. Uri;iui'r Southland. " - • I'l -- •- - -• *-^-?i^---^.. •• --t~:- -± Your writer first became interested in the Mutual Association of Colored People, South, when last year he met and talked for sometime with it's president, the Rev. M. Young, pastor of Brown Chapel. A. M. E. Church, ot Union The public is invited. R. K Smith, president, announced, Olmstead Son Named Tiic son born June is lo Mr. and ^h'S. Charles OInisteuc! has been named Charles Wayne, lie is their tirsl child. Mrs. Olmstejd is the former Coble won low score. Mi.s. Laney wiis presented prize. The living and tllniny rooms were i attractively decorated with arrange- 1 menl.s of regal lilies, maiuiolias and blue anil pink hydranyeas. McRae Infant Dies Jolin Mill-dock Lillian Dcdmon, daughter of Mr. old .son of Mr. and Mis. anil Mrs. M. P. Didmon of Huff- McRae, man. ' llo-snlhi one-d-xy- Muvdcick Divorce Suits Filed The following divorce suits have been filed in the Osccola Distrirt of .Mississipii> County Chancery Court: Virile Yevby vs. J, W. Yerby. held this afternoo.i in Oe Miss. The mother's cundit: .satisfactory. Other than his parents, •nirvived by two sislers. Maude Mcltae an-1 Caiol line MclUe. Holt Fm.nal Last Time Today Nora Prentiss with i Shrriil:ui . Krut Siuitli r.inimoimi News and Se]p<-leil Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday In my mail last week came an interesting twenty-five or thirty pane pamphlet, entitled "MUTUAL REFI'ECTGa." Beneath this title there is a circular .seal, upon which is pictured an eagle standing atop a rocky cr.ig, inVan .attitude ol belligerent defense .''or defiance, as with out-stretched wings, it pro- .tcst^iJXborne. Inscribed above the eagle are the initials. "M. A. C. P.' S." Also inscribed are Hie words. Unity. Loyalty and Co- onernlion," Beneath the ea^le, •'We cover Ihe -South and -Mid- West." •You learn upon opening the book thai the initials mentioned above stand for, "THE MUTUAL Oll i- Tenn. ASSOCIATION OF COLORED The MA.CP.S. is an organi- FEOFLE. SOUTH." The pamphlet ration headed by sane and sen- contains, among many advertise- niblc Southern negro leaders. These ment.s of merchants, professional leaders arc men and women who men and ruMic office holders of arc too earnest and intelligent to Memphi, and surrounding towns, be "taken' in," by such organiza- those of almost every merchant in tions, as for instance, the S. C. H. •BlUhevillc " W " ' T " E SOUTHERN CpNPER- There are •contributions, all of ENOE FOR HUMAN WELPAP.K) an insnii-ational nalure.'nr poetry (recently branded as a "Stooge and interesting artirlcs. written ny for International Communism" by negroes' also "photographs of lo- the House Committee on Unea? nc"i-o leaders in Ihe communi- American Activities), or by the tic-i covered by the dLslribution of numerous other camouflaged Com- Ihe namnblel nmnist Front organisations, whose The above" mentioned orR-iniai- detrimental effect upon the relation is brovphl lo y.iur attention, tions of the two races in the South for a very timely a:"l important ha, been for some time making it- reason. There was never a time, self noxiously apparent and has when it was more vitally necessary tr suspicion ,., - - -- , 7,-ilion. Especially does this apply o those with high sounding na- riotie titles, offerins membership to our Southern negroes. As this column Last Time Today Yolqndei'asid the Thief eil AstiirL.., -.,_- Selcclffl-Shnrr Kflhjrcts' SATURDAY^ ftCE OF THE SADDLE STARS IN HIS SWIFTEST THRllLEF!! crial: ".luck Armstrong and Short Continuous Shoiving Saturday 12:30-11:30 Slays FRESH Longer! Sunday and Monday It's Happier Thmi Heaven... the Hit of '47! destroyed much of Ihe solid unlock closely and with pravc provement. in those problems wbi(.ii noon cv'erv new organi- no sane person would deny as very • •-•-'-- real, but which would, if left to the sensible leaders of both races, a s "Family Problems", eventually be brought to a sane and lasting lias for the past solution. iwo or three years, so often called Your writer wishes to congralu- lo the attention of it's readers. i ;l t c these colored leaders and the Communists of America thrive t ], c j r helpers, upon their intercst- npon such opportunities as j ng a , u i helpful "Mutual Reflector", ave presented'in the'South, br the a ] so uvim ihe excellent work wlricv rxiftence of two races, where there t i lej . a| . e doing in their respective certain amount of friction a!- communities and in the South ar> Ihcre are u w | !0 i e . hi not only working tire- the white readv evtant an'l whei'O there are u vv | !0 i ei hi not only n 'ways those -quilliblc 'ones of both i cs ,;iy nn d sanely with who nre easy prev to thoir leaders for better relation^ and im- races ' and w-ho - ROY DEL RUTH'S IT HAPPENED L ON STH AVENUE j ai 7ation. i-.rouiisin!! lh:in close. Ihe our ne- will foolishly ( j|,rstanding between lite Iwo races. tlach themselves to any organi- but also for their intelligence and to widen, rather boldness in opposing those org.i- rifl already ex- n i zn lions which at the present as; ' at no other time in our history, ore; doing their utmost to undermine our American institutions, to -stir promises, so- 11(J rnc j a i nn< i religious hatreds and Racial Eau.V.- ifoster strife and antagonism be-1 tween laboV and it's employers. The Association of C.Olored People, South, deserves and should have the coopei-.ition of every thinking Southerner and certainly There are those iMiione groes wl'-o will'eagerly "join" an' ion which calied. "Social" or llv" and more csprrially one wlnc.i ] ^ s^^E» ha S«?SS« Then there are those ncRro Ministers ol Ihe Gospel and few of our negro S.'hopl ers. even Do.-tovs "ml T iwycrs, or others in positions of i:-. "- cnce who will, without proper investigation, join an orqaniralion. simplv as a result of. the use of flattery '.and of some hiBh-soundir tie with addilional not Teach should have the loyal support and backing of if s own people. Bv the way and appropos ol nothing in particular, according sTne'vd my news-paper, the Russian paper Pravda". mouthpiece of Mr. Sta- een- the promise »-""«« • mouthpieee of Mr. ofli-i'il li- I!' 1 - accuses our Uncle Sam in irncV with era' and Pres, Truman in particu- >,. , r ,.« m-^lar, with meddling in Ihe internal SS'e = S -'V-<H en l " SlK"^^'=^1^ S5.,ri!^"^..Cn^ «.>_e_o,^ busines, - GRANT MITCHELL - EDWARD BROFHY EDWARD RYAN, Jr^'A* ROY DEI RUTH ;:,1'^ JOE KAUFMAN scr,,vn fct IVtim IRlfVil t1*i li MtfiBtHl tl*t( LlftlS S fiKURrtK STIPH'M W.vtH Scwi tf ICAASO *H»0 NiuiiC »-)d IjrKi t[ «iRBK RtVtl i-J FUJI M^Uft M*W'*J tklkCI t>) VICK KMIGHT nj 6^ U'MSOV ' Pnr*mount News anrt Sliorts tihow tiun. of their ueople holdins ixjsitions of authority and espficiaily those my For whatever it. may be worth, personal opinion is that tins accusation could have Ike sheep blindly following the leader thousands of ordi- nal" affairs of Europeans was «1- nary g<^ and . law-abiding citi- come music to you r ea rs; . Dr s it "ens nrc easily clnpcd Into lend- difference in who the ambilio us ?n. Ihclr aid and financial s up- dictator is who happens at -ovt to an organization, which has time to "have w, hi s goal no 'Actual (•oncsrn for 'their wel- domination? the Cnnt'd Shnwj Sun. lil5-H:« Fax Stws & Selected Short Subject

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