The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 13, 1946
Page 2
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TWO I3IATIIEVILLE (ARK.)' COUR1BR NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, IMG Teachers Are Speakers At PTA Meet Yesterday Physical education lor girls was discussed by Mrs. Ann Whitting- Hon and Mi&i Alexa " Williams. ! Blytheville 'High School instritc tors, yesterday afternoon at the Senior parent Teacher .Association meeting Jin the school auditorium. Mrs. Whiltlnglon, coaoh. dis- 'cussed competitive sports for girls and Miss Williams explained the ^meaning of physical education. As demonstrations; during her talk members .of the class did exercises. 1 Another part of the program was violin selections by .Mrs. Rives 1 C. Allen,; accompanied by Mrs. J. • Cecil Low. I Mrs. Lowe, first vice president, ,wns In charge of the business ses sion. Yhe president's message was read by Mrs. Marion Williams. Chiaese Art Discussed At A. A. U. W. Meeting Chinese art was discussed by Mrs. w. B..Nipholson at the American Association .of. University Women monthly meeting Saturdaj afternooi at the home of Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz, president. Mrs. Nicholson, who recently returned from a vUll in New York [City; was assisted by Dorothy Lum, 'high school student, whose parents formerly'lived in China. Dressed in a Chinese costume of black satin brilliantly embossed with color, she .displayed and .discussed Chinese 1 clothing, chopsticks and 'Jewelry. . Mrs. Nicholson told members of I'a day she spent in the Metroppli- |;tan Art Gallery vtfiile in' New York, I explaining that she was particular- 1 ly impressed with the "beautiful and- intricate pattern of the Chi- J, nese bronzes." She pointed out that [the art of China has been strongly influenced by Confucianism, Tno- I ism and Buddhism. Pictures dealing vath Chinese art were shown the group. Refreshments served to the 14 | guests carried out the St. Patrick i Day theme. • * • Miss Terrell Speaker [At DAR Meet Yesterday "Peace In Kurope" was dlsciis- I sefl by Miss Effie I-ee Terrell, Bly- I theville High'School instructor, yes| lerday at a luncheon meeting of the Cfaarlevqlx Chapter of Hit. I Daughters of the American Rcvol- 1 ution. Hostesses for the luncheon, a | Hotel Noble, were Mrs. W. T it, Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mis pirdelia Wilhltc4 , - ,-, , Miss Terrell pointed. out to th 14 "members present that evei though battle with weapons Vm> I ceased in Europe', the. reap batfl ] f6r peace had not been won. She explained r h6hie of the dit ficulties and hardships faced b I European-people and ways in \vliic th«y might he overcome. "We mus fight as rrard in peace as in war," I she said. Real peace in Europe wi nofhave been won until its peonl can live-without doubt, without fear of death from starvation and overexposure and uncertainty of the I future. ,- "• Names of| officers to serve during I the next year were announced. Mrs. ~F. B. Joyner will serve as regent; Mrs. James Hill Jr., vice regent; Mrs. E- B. Woqdson, recording sec- 1 retary; Mrs. Charles Penn, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. Louis j Cherry, treasurer; Mrs. C. P. Tuc[ ker, registrar; and Mrs. A. O. Lit- WMS Circle Meet Monday Afternoon Circles One and Two of the Woman's Missionary Society ot Cfll- 'ary Baptist Church met Mbnday afternoon at the homes of Mrs. Paul Burks. 113 Cherry, and Mrs. O. W. Wyalt on Carolyn Strcot. Mrs. Sam McOhre led Ihe'Dlbln study for Circle One. Present; was a new member, Mr.s. C. Posey. The Bible Study for Circle Two was led by Mrs. Vcrnon I3oyd. Leads WSCS Program Mrs. Leon Scherer led the program Monday afternoon for the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at the church. "World Older and Peace" Barker-1rby Vows Pledged At Keiser Announcement has been made of the marriage of Nexa Woodward Barker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodward of Keiser, to Chester Pratt Irby, Jr., son of Mrs. Chester liljy of Grenada, Mtss. Rev. I.enley Vowoll performed the double ring ceremony :il the"Reiser Methodist Church .Sunday, Feb. 24. The church was detoi'Bted! )iv lloor baskets of gladioli p iihd fern, with tall candles in lloor candelabra. Preceding the ceremony Miss Hernia- Btvzeal, pianist, nnd John E. Woodward, vocalist, provided nuptial music. Misses Mary Kathryn and Margaret Ann Crews, nieces of the bride, lighted candles. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a dressmakers suit the theme of the program present-' 1 " 1>mc woo) wlm Wrlck Accessories. Her corsage was of red rosebuds, Miss Christine Ingram of Greenwood, Miss., who .serveU as maid of honor, wore a two piece suit of blue with matching accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. Max Parker of Keiser was best cd. Topics wore discussed by Mrs. George Shanks. Mrs. Iveison Morris, Mrs. W. 13. Mayo. Mrs. C. M. Baxter, Mrs. Billy King, Mrs. Hales Sturdy and Mrs. W. L. Green. A guest present was Mrs. D. Q. Moore. Mr.s. George Stllwell, president, was In charge of the business , lnan ' session. Mrs. Irby was graduated Irom During the social hour, hostesses! Kelscl ' H1 8" School. Mr. Irby is . were Mrs. Shanks and Mis. Vancei ^aduate of Grenada High School Dlxson liml Kel ' vecl nv e years In the armed .services. Three years were spen 1 overseas in the European Theatre. After a brief wedding trip to Tennessee nnd Mississippi the cou Mrs. Halsell Hostess To Her Club, Guests Mrs. Mclvin Halsell was hostess o members of La Nueve Club anil «: other : guests last niglii, with party at her home. Guests included Mrs. Robert lartigan of New York City, guest f her parents. Mr. and Mrs. c. W. Afflick; Miss Virginia Martin, rfrs. Cecil Branson. Miss Jane Branson and Miss Nancy Kiishncr. Miss Martin won high .score nizc during evening bridge gamrs; second high went (o Miss Peggy White and bridgo to Miss Klrsh- icr. Decorating the home were vnscs of jonquils. A dessert course was served. pie returned to Keiser to make the! Bits of News" Mostly; Personal Club Meets Monday Tli e Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met Monday nftcrnooi at the home of Mrs. J. O. Hncy Mrs. Muey was assisted by Miss Bendonna Huey and Miss Opa Redekcv. Mrs; Tom Biitton, president, op ened Ihe meeting and Mrs. Charles Ncedham gave the devotional. Mrs Huey gave the demonstration 01 making bias folds. . ,fiv addition to the M member, present wits a guest. Mrs. ' Peat Pyland. . . . . . ' Prizes In Barnes went to Mrs. TifM Ray and Mrs. Glenn Alexander. Refreshments were served by th hostesses. ' Coming Events THURSDAY Alpha Beta Bunco club meeting I'ith Mr.s. Lane Nowell. Mrs. Irn Crawford • entertains ncmbers of Enlre Nous Club. Octette Club meeting with Mrs. Edwin Robinson. GNB Club meeting EJoyce Moore. with Mrs. with Mr.s. Club Eight meeting G. O. Poet/. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mr.s. w. I,. Horner. FRIDAY Chanter N. P. B. O. Sisterhood meeting nt the home of Mrs. Farmer England. 1 o'clock, with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr.. co-hostess. Junior Fellowship of First Methodist Church meeting at the church 3:45 o'clock. Friday Rook Club meeting with Mr.s. E. V. Walls. Initial Club meeting with Mrs Coy Goodson. SATURDAY Mrs. T. J. Barnes hostess to Dou blc Four Bridge Club. Lee Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. :ioy Moore, Is in Memphis spend- ng several days with his yranilmu- licr, Mrs. Leda Admire. 'Miss Jewell Rice, WAVE, store- tcciicr second class, has received a discharge atul arrived home to be witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L I. Rice. A veteran of tliree years service, she was in Hawaii before returning recently to the states. Another daughter of Mr. uiicl Mrs. Rice. Miss Odlp Hice, recently was discharged from the Army Corps an'i is a veteran of service the European Theater. Clarence Johnson lia.s been discharged from the Army at Camp Chuffee and arrived home. He is a veteran of service in both the European and pacific Theaters. The son of Mrs. c. E. Johnson, ho held the grade of staff sergeant at the time of discharge. Mrs'. Walter Rosenlhal Is on a buying trip in St. Louis for New York. Store. ; Mr. mid Mrs. Chester Cnldwcll had as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Kiley B. Jones of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. rawford spent last night in Mania with Mi. nnd Mrs. Jones lie- ore going today to their home. Mr. and Mr.s. Jesse Stilt, have heir guests her nephew, Leslie Bar- '1s or Tcx'arkana. Mr .and Mrs. Jerry Poc have as .heir guests Mr. and Mrs. Lyinnii Kelthley of St. Louis. Mrs. Charles Rose loft, today for Hot Springs, where .she will spend V brief vacation. Frank Condrey, who is much improved after having been seriously ill, has been removed from Blytheville Hospital to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Joe T. Hughes, and family. Mrs. Allan Walton will leave later l.his week for Natclie/. Miss., and Herry 15. Brooks and family, of Mcrti- cnts, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. McGregor )lils. They arc going to Natchez nnd other relatives. Upon expira- for the pilgrimage this weekend and Iton of his furlough, he will report from thr.'te will go to New Orleans, lo the Separation Center at Camp Mrs. Walton and Mrs. Brooks re- Chaflee, Ark., for discharge. turned several days ago from four — Tennessee state conferences of the- 13ftutfht<-rs of the American Revolution MliU'h Mrs. Brooks attended as :i ilct'-j-'nU'. Mr.s. Biooks, formerly of Itlythevllte iiiKi regent of Fort Assumption Chapter of Memphis, was flc-i'tt.-d lo state office In Ihe Daughters of Founders and Patriots <ii America and of the Dnugh- altomi tin- national UAH. meeting In Atlantic City in May as a dele- Bale. The st:tle meetings \verc at Knoxvill' 1 atul Chattanooga. Jesse Taylor and II. C. Knappen- Teachers To Receive More Pay Next Year an average 'AQ per cent salary increase under the Slate 'Board ,'ot Education^ iccovd $16,700.000 ^U.t* \ public dioo) aid budget lor " HEADQUARTERS FOR CERTIFIED QUALITY DMMON mid Mrs. niack will inptl her Meinplih, Mis. H!:jck mitde her home in niythcvillc for n number of years when the late Mr. Black was in the cotton business here. Bill Tom Stewart, son of Mr. nftd Mrs. Bryant Stewart, has enrolled Jit ArV:;itisar; State College, Jones- Ixiro foi' his pre-medictne work, af- tci' hiuinu b<M>n dis^hai'Ked from the Army, lie served t\vo and a half yr:irs in service;, much of which time In- was .stationed in Korea. At Arkansiis Stale he joined his brother, isryatit Stewart Jr.. who is studying clci'trical engineering there. Eddie Old. who Is conlliied to his bed iiKLiin for a brief Lime, is im- .M'OViHB. Coi'i). Edward McGregor, who recently returned to the States from Scliofii'ld Barracks, Hawaii, is spending a 45-day furlough with his par- school dime-its, including: Hempstencl, S40,«3«; Garland $45,MU; Mississippi $125,901-, Union 5li. r >,593; Columbia $39.f>75; Sevior >18,ti(i4; Ouacliitn $43,170- and Arkansas .$29,982. "New Orleans for companying her brief stay, ac- daughter, Mrs. TO NEGLECT SNIFFLES, SNEEZES OF A bottle of Vicks Va-tro-nol Is mighty handy lo have around the house because this double-duty nose drops... Quickly Relieves sneezy. snimy. ^ i stuffy distress 01 head colds. Makes breathing easiev. Helps Prevent many colds from — ' developing If used at the first wiiming sniffle or sneeze. Th!e Double-Duty NascDropsshould save you much misery. Works line! Follow directions in thi? package. VICKS VA-TRO-NOL Rcnt\ Courier News Ads. 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Mrs..Cherry .and Mrs. Little gave I an account of the State convention they attended recently at Hotel La- I layette, Little Rock. | Observes 11 th Birthday Elizabeth Maxine Stafford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stafford, was 11 years old Friday nnd to celebrate "the occasion, her mother entertained with a party. Gathering at the Stafford home were 10 friends of Elizabeth Maxine. They spent the afternoon playing bingo and other games and were l»ter served refresh| ments of..birthday cake and cold drinks. Prize winners in bingo games were Larry Baker and Billy 1 Stafford.... March 30 and the final "Quiz Parly" is to be April 6 at Goodwin Institute. Students of Yarbro. Sudbury and Central Schools have been active in this contest and boast several winners. Among "winners is Ellis Ray Swain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Swain, a pupil in the .sixth grade who has received wide recognition s the youngest 4-H club president n the Nation. ' At The Honnital* Walls Hospital Admitted: Hairy Sanctcrs Drown. Steele, Mo Bill. Porous, Steele. Mo. Kenneth Hood, city. Dismissed: ' Mrs. E. L. Ray, nt. 3, city. A. A. Robertson, Caiuthei'svillc, Mo. Mrs. Harvey Autry, Fortngeville, Mo. Lynn Morris Asiimore, city. James Edward Asiimore, city. Blythcvilte Hospital Admitted: Roberta McClBtie, Haytl.-Mo. Mrs. Madlone Biggs. Stcele,- Mb. Mrs. Thunnnn Gentry, city. Mrs. Gordon Harris, city. Edgar Harvey, city. Dismissed: Frank Condrey, city. Mrs. Jim Hntfleld. Povtia, Ark. Bead Courier Ni-wn Want AIM Meetings Chickasawba Lodge, 13-1, F. and AM., meeting in regular communication nt the hall tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, nt which time there will be work in [lie B. A. degree, with H. B. Aikens. worshipful master. Also A Fine Stomachic Tonlcl Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound DOES MOHK than Just relievo monthly pain .wlicn caused by female functional monthly disturbances. It also relieves weak, tired, nervous, cranky feelings—ol such days—when due to tills cause. Plnkham's Compound has a soothing Direct on one ot woman's most important orgatis. Tnkcn tliruout the month—Piilk- tiam's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. It's also ft very effective stomachic tonic, Thousands Upon Thousands ' of Girls and Womtn Helped — There nre no opiates in Plnkham'a Compound. IL's made from Mother Nature's own wholesome roots and herbs phis Vitamin Bi. It HELPS NATURE. I Thousands upon thousands of women hnve reported remarkable benefits. . ,«v If you suiter like this—we urge you lo give Plnkham's Compound H fair and hcnest trial. Buy it at any drugstore. Jjjdia C. (Pimkka<nC& VEGETABLE COMPOUND Pepsi-Cola Company, LonglslandCily, N. 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(fie pair $5.95 ASH TRAY ton* ihot) $4.25 ASH TKAY <2 Stio«i) ji.M f*\t unmounted Brine I* Htm I Hr MtHnr't ttr Mlviry Fitzpatrick Jewelry Store BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. O««ola ' ParagouW Sikeston, Mo. f other peoples.'J Troni 1 WARSRR'sy DONALD CRISP- MAN HAtE C *L*IC' Wrtrt . KJtfffXVW 0 ** • wt HN»t .OK«I IMWI.WWt. KM.WIH- »«t 'I.rKlOJ i>^r^-t^«3? , • . CREAM OF ROSES CLEANSING CREAM A prfrtty comptimenl to ony woman. A fre$h, glowing complexion .. L soft and careiiable J5 the Ihmg thpl tigKli atJmlroHon in other eyes. Be fresh al nine, noon or ftv». Just cleanie your itt'mnlghrly end ai dally picV-me-upi •with creamy DoroHiy Pe^kini Cream of Roiei. Sec Miss .Umi Chance, the Cosmetician from Ha 1 Dorothy Perkins L;ihm-;itories in Our Store Thursday, Friday nrul RaUinlay. She will he ileli^hled in advise yon on any beauty problems- Penney's Exclusively IT GO-TOGETHLR SUITS and COATS Hals to win you n' tccoiul glance, tints lo highlight your nicest self, hats to make people exclaim.'"Isn't slir ntlrac- live!" Hals willi spring flowers, large-brimmed slravrs, forward lials, humiMr?, casuals, all are here al Pcnncy's. |BUY!« i^ktwL \X*i EOn Sale Jin Lobby! 29 Color contrast: black-and- white, brown-and-while! Ne»t pallcm: checks! 3-piecc companion outfit — suit and matching coat in all wool — checks in fast this spring!

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