The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 21, 1946
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f. THURSDAY, MARCH 21,J19<1G BLYTHEVILLE (AR*.)'COURIER NEWS Colic Stoltz Baud. Will Play Tonighl Tommie Hawkins will blow his trumpet in the old liO'np town tonight when Colip Stoll?, and his orchestra play [or ri rnuai'et dance at the Armory. Mr. Hawkins, son of Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, recently was discharged from .service and now is a trumpeter in the Stoltz orchestra. Ot the 11 men in the orchestra, nine are veterans, including Mr. Stoltz. ' Din-ing ihe \viir, the band mem- •b*rs remaining at home played several times at Blythevillc Army ^it- Re Id. Trie orchestra has appeared on Pity. Band Wagon, n network program. Junior Chamber of Commerce members, who are sponsoring the appearance, will be ushers tonight. Heading the commillee for making arrangements for the dance is L. G. "Pete' 1 Thompson. He being assisted by j. T. Sudbury. Barnes Crook. • James Edwards antl •• Roland Disliop. Miss Saliba To Head Beta Sigma Phi Group Miss Alice Saliba elected president of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority last Betty Alice Craflon ! Wed To Ensign Edwards Mrs. T. W. Jeffries, Mrs. Hosro Cruflon and daughter, Komona Onifton, and Gerald Edwards lii'.ve returned from Conway. Ark., where they attended the wedding of Miss Betty Alice Crafton, daxifhter of Mr. and Mrs. I/, P. Crafton, to En- siyn James Roy Ed\vards Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Edwards, utso of Couwny. The wedding was solemnized Mcm- d.'iv afternoon al the home of the bride's parents by Dr. E. P. J. Oar- rolt of Batesville. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Boncva Caslcllaw, who also lighted the tapers. Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Alton R. Poster, sister of the bridegroom, who also accompanied Miss Jane Crisweil and Leslie Crafton Jr,. vocalists. Serving as best man was .Johh Edwards of Batesville, brother of the bridegroom. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was gowned in white satin. Her n»t veil fell from a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried a white praycrbook showered with a 'white orchid and lilies of the valley. After a wedding trip, the "bride will return to Arkansas State Teach- ulee Club Sings c or Kiwanians Here Yesterday Ulythevillc High School oicc Olub presented a |iro[;nun for Ihe Kiwanls club and their B up.sis ye.s- terduy nt the linieliroii mei'tlni' m Hotel Noble. Under ihe direction of.Mrs. Wtl- son Henry, numbers were rcndem! by both i ho Boys mid fiirls choruses. Johnnie While, () f Carnthersville, Mo., lieutenant rjovemor of Dls- trlc-l 15 of MIs-somi-Arkaims-Kan- sas District, spoko briefly to the group. Other guests were .Taek Powell of Carnthersvllle; J. Nick Thomas of Mopklnsville. Ky.. JKISI presldi'ni of ihe local Khvnnls Club and Loulo fsaitcs. Jcdie L. Nabors and James U Bruton were bcrsliip. . iiulurted into incm- At Hospital* night at a business and social meeting at the home of Miss Joyce Walls. Other officers elected were Mrs. i vilte. Ted Lysler, vice president; Miss.' Dorothy Cross, recording secretary; Miss Billy Jean Abbott, corresponding secretary and Miss Eutouia Whitworth. treasurer. Miss Elbe] Goodner was appointed historian and Miss Betsy Buchanan, reporter. ers College, where she is a senior and Ensign Edwards will report to New Orleans for orders. > Mrs. Edwards is the granddaughter of Mrs. S. P. Crafton of Blythe- i Bits'of News^ .Mostly Personal .By unanimous vote, Mrs. W. r,. Horner and Mrs. Harry Kirby were chosen to again serve as stKm- sors. Plans for the musical show. "Pep Parade," to be presented in June, were discussed after the entire group voted to sponsor the show. Miss Cross was In ctarge cf the program presented on "Debating." In her subject, she told reasons for debating nnd some of the methods used. She discussed famous inch and their ways of over- "Youth Conservation" To Be Program Topic "Youth Conservation" will be the topic of the program presented tomorrow afternoon at the Woman's Club meeting, to be 2:30 o'clock at the club house. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Marvin Crittenden of the Child Welfare Division here. Her subject will be ''The Met and Unmet Needs of Our Children." Vocal salec'tions will be presented by Rosemary Johnston and Harry Fair and Ann Weeclman will give a reacting. Mrs. Russell Dai-ham is in charge of tile program. Blylhrville llosiiitul Admitted: Mrs. p. p. Sevibncr, cltv. Nun Sutton. city. Mrs. Tom Lewis. Cooler, Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. I.eoimr Reed, city, a daughter last nl;;hl. Dismissed: Mrs. II. L. HRlsell Jr., city' Jerry Halsell, city. Clyde Vlckery, city. Walts Mnsj'iiial Admitted: Howard Ozmcnt, Cooler, Mo. Paul Edward Fold. Rt. 1, city. Mrs. V. D. Walk-ins. Steele, Mo. Jerry Harmon, city. coming -nil opponent on a subject in, question. Following her discussion, club members and their pnests were divided into two debalin<: teams. .The team led by Miss. Almeria .» ,.„. ,. Berry and Miss Betsy Buchanan IVlrs. LIllS Hostess A special invitation is extended t o all minisfers and those wlio work with children, it was announced by Mrs. Charles Raj' Newcoml), president. was awarded the prize. Speakers for the other team were Mrs. John Marcuin and Miss Eutopia ^ ; ' ~ The hostess served refreshments of a sandwich plate with cold drinks. Guests were Miss Dorothy Deskin, Miss Mary'Tjvnn Jackson. Miss Alexa Williams, Mrs. Ann. Wliit- tinpton. Miss Vcra GoodricVi, Miss Pandoria Whitworth. Miss Carolyn '.. McLeod and Miss Emily Wixson. "Cluh Is Entertained ' By Mrs. Cunningham Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was hostess yesterday'afternoon to members of Wednesday' Bridge Club and three oth;r guests. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. Mrs. Everett B. Gee and ' Mrs. E. n. Lancashire. Rooms of the Cunningham home. 905 West Hearn. were decorated with vases of Spring, flowers. Guests were served luncheon at the dining room table, centered with a ,bow| of jonquils. High score prize went to Mrs Baker L. Wilson and second to Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. To Her Club, Guests Attractive arrangements of Spring 'lowers in the J. C. Ellis countr.v Home forip-d a setting for member's of the Town and Country Club ;ind other guests yeslcrdnv afternoon when Mr. Ellis cnteMaine( HELPS BUILD UP RESISTANCE against MONTHLY PAIN Mr. and Mrs, jiimes Bell and '•on, Hilly, have returned to their home at Saint Charles. Ark. They pent the past few days here wllh ii'i- piu'i'iils, Mr. and' 'Mrs. W. O. \IUIWNOII. and family. They ca»»' wpiTlally to be with W. O. Anderson. ,sh!uTitter first class, who has jusl mumed home and been <lt»- huri'etl from the Navy Scabies. A veteran ot 32 months service, he spent 32 mouth.-. In tile Philippines and New Guinea. Miii'lin V, Murray has arrived home uttx-r having been discharged from the Army at Camp Ohaffee. Elliott Snliua is spending » few diiy.s in Charleston. Mo., with his broiler, Richard. Mr. Saliba n 1 - ctuuly was discharged from the N;tvy after having served 18 months overseas In the Pacific Area. At tli» lime of his discharge, lie held Ihe rate of pharmacists male second class. Mrs. jnincs Hill Jr., returned Hvsl iiiHltt from Shrevepoi-l, La., her former home, where she spent the past II) days. 'Mr. Hill, who accompanied her. I'ctuL'iuHl home em-He Miss Eugenia Crawford, who attends Iowa Stale Colege at AnH'S has arrived to spend a 10-day vocation nvllli her mother. Mrs! Ivy W. Crawford. Miss Crawford wll receive her Master's Degree in June Mrs. Russell Phillips was a Memphis visilor yi-sterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway returned last night, from several week Frances Fields Essay Winner At High School Miss Frances Fields, .senior 01 need first In the niytlicvllli Utah School Americanism Kssnji Coniesl, sponsored by the Amerl can'lon Auxiliary, she wns uwurded $5. .Second place pilv.c of $3 wont (o '« Marilyn Deen and third cc to Miss Frances shouse. Miss «'n is a Junior iind Mis! Shoiise, Kenlor. Miss Fields' essay automatically ill be entered In the state ron- 'M. Kubjeel of the contest this yrnr 'as "American cltr/.enshlp—H'« csponsibllltles tind I is Prlvlk-cfs." This competition is sponsored tmunlly by the American Le uxlllary, PAGE FIVE; Mrs. E. P. Steward, nt. 1, cily. •, .slay in Hot Sprint's. Dismissed: Mrs. H. A. Day, IU. 2. city. Mrs. Thomas A. Weaver, city. Memphis liaptisl Hospital Admitted: Alma Kooncn. city. Mrs. Dora Moore, city. Memphis HIcthMisl "lluspital Admitted: L. W. Dillman. Ciiruthersville, Mo. Memphis St. Joseph 1Inspi(nl Admitted: Mrs. M. G. Tavlor, Osceola. Mcmuhis Mc'l.cmore Cliiiic A<lmiEted: ' Mrs. A. A. M|7ollum, .Tolner. Meetings nub Scouts nieefiiit; lonir>lit.. n't Lake street Mat hod 1st Cluircli, 7:45 o'clock. .tt'illi n bridge vmrly. Other guesb .; V fro Mrs. A. Hal! ami Mrs. V. G. Holland. High score prize (luring liriclgp games went (o Mrs. Ellis ami Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr placed second Refreshments wore served. Semis Bag Manager Would Sett/a Strike MBMl'HIS. Ti-nil., Mar. 21. (UP) — C. W. Loomls, {imtiiiKi'r of thei Memphis llemls HIMT C-'o., plant, on strike sliu-e 'Mareh 12, today talrt 10 had M'lit .stiiklrVf Union incm- bci's 11 iiiPthud of settllivs Uiikes ill 11 He ml-, plains In the Unllc'l fitnto.s. All>;rt Ooiy, piesidctil of the Text lit; Winkers of America local iCTO), however, snlcl he 1 had not received the offer Irom the com- pmiy oll'tclnl. lie siild the iinloti was seeking a nationwide iijfi-fieinenX nnd woitJ<l not nvgollnte locally. Loomls saltl ho had offered n minlnniiu of i>5 cenls, n wane Increase of i-iints |H'L- hoiii-, and ihe checkoff syslcin for ilnlon due.i 'I'liK unlun. is (leinalulliig a ir>- c'cut-aii-hbirj- wnuc. Increase, a 05- 1'i'nt minlma'ii, the checkoff sys- 'tn and reti'MictivHy. '.lie state penitentiary. • • Chnl'ftfed with felqiloiw »«ault and battery of IA, Pierre Vlic, of Orenoblc, Pianc*i Vv. B. SlAgle- ton, teniuel Htcks utiii Dt'nver Mitchell were founii guilty. »ft« a two- lionv -<i(-liblrhllon bV th« jury. Judge Lylo H. Clietty «»'aided Singleton 15 yooVs Impdwjnmenl, thu iiHixhnum iJenally under Ten- nessi-e law, while iflck* and Mlt- ehell were given pentehct -of 12 years each. Vlx, stationed «t the I4ei)n>nls Nuvrvl Air -.SUliuli, tesUfled 'thkt tftrly on the morning of Feb. '.'8, the Ihree men llngg*rl hlhi and risked fur asslMince in starting their cm 1 . When the c«r filled t« Blurt, lie said, they entered his ca'v, robbed and beat him, uhd even stuck burnlni; clgnrellcs In his tars Coming FRIDAY " ' Junior Fellowship of Pint'Meth- odist Church 'meeting "«t ' thtl thurch, 8;4S fc. m. - '<, Junior Royal hunt Midi ot Fir»t Baptist Church MejUat »t charch iiamedtetiely ijKcr v Mhoal. Mrs. Leon Scherer lioross 'fa Friday hook Club. ? • •• rnltl«l club meetlnt wMh Mrs. rtnlm lia'y. ' Woman's Club meeting at club, house, 2:30 o'clock. ,, • . boon* In Service Mi's. O. A. Phillips >ins received urd that her son, Went. Col, Wc»ell M. rh!ll!|is, Is now stationed i Cleveland, Ohio, with the Post -nglncers of the H03rd Anny Air 'orces Speclall7»tl 'o|nllnson. a pilot for the Texas Airlines, has Ills headquarters at Ulanta, Oa. Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs, Rober A. Porter. Mrs. M. O. U.srcy IIIH Mrs. Max Usrey Jr., spent yesterdm :n Memphis. Mrs. Fred Warren spent yesler lay in Memphis, Mr. mid Mrs. Elcne T.vrone nni children, charlotte, Pnlricia, Jerrj an<l jlmr/y; and Mrs. John Tyroni ind children, Jimmic mid Davit S]>ciH yestertlny in Sikeston, Mo rjncsLs of Mr. and Mrs. Rober Tyrone rind family. They went cs peclnlly to see Barbara Kny, In foul <litti[>liter of Mr. nnd Mrs. I'yrone born last Salnrday. nousn Harp, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp, has been transferred from New Orlei'.ns lo San Francisco in his work with the cotton Bell. Rnilrohti. Re will hold Tm sume position of fifrlshnble freight, ayeii't there ns in New Oi leans. Mr. antl Mrs. Hnrp hove jusl returned from New Orleans where they were his guests. Mr. Harp was to left'ie* yeslei-d'iy for San Francisco. ' .J. F. Totnlinson nrrivetl by plane (oniRtn to spend a few days with Mrs. Toinlinson and daughter, Betty Lou, at Ihe home of her mother. Mrs. S. 1'. Crnfton. Mr. To Make Your Livingroom Fresh-as a Spring Daisy . . . When TakM Tfcroott TlMMofltli > me * OM StuniililL T««lcl i ft B. Ptatham-i Vsjetublia' Compound OOT3 KORI Ulan relieve monthly parn when caused by female functional monthly disturbance*. It . oito relieves weak, tired, nemnU, ; cranky feelings—of such days—when , due to this cause. Plnkham's Compound has a soothing effect on on» of vomant most Important organs. Taken thruout the month—Plnk- nftrn's Compound helps build up re- •wtKnce against such distress. It's aJao • very effective stomachic tonic, ThoKWMJs upon Tlwtisandi •f Girls and Women Helaed- Z* 1 ^ 1 * Bre no oplatca In Ptnkham'a Compound. It's made from Mother Na- iuro^ own wholesome roots and hcrbi P'" s Vitamin Bi. It KELTS KATUBE. inousands upon thousands of wora- «» have reported remarkable bcneflto. If you suffer like this—w» urge you to give Pinkliam'a . Compound a fail- and honest trt»!. Buy lt»t »ny drugstore. This Comfort able, Goocf Looking Spring Filled Studio Couch Plus fight Other Desirable Pieces $ 99 Group A Complete Livingroom An Important Spring Value at WADE'S.. . for Only- VIGCTARU COMPOUND Group Includes: • Attractive Spring Filled STUDIO COUCH . . . Makes a Fine Couch by tlay nr n Comfortable Double Bert at Niglil. • 2 Smort End Tables • 1 Coffee Table • 2 Colorful Cushions • T Comfortable Rocker • 1 Magaiine Rack • 1 Smoking Stand The housing sliorlngc and today's congested living ([tijii-tn-s makes this living-corn "f spectacular importance. The studio cotioh is of full spring const ruction, with thick, restful mattress cushion. Smartly designed mid nk'rly tailored in long wearing tapestry covers. The. roomy conch combined with thr- 8 other attractive pieces in the group make an outstanding value at this special price- only ?0i).00 complete. Vlx was fn route fior.i NeSw York to Memphis at the time of lh« ntltick. THE BEAUTY ClJCttlC Mariar«t Drtn Smith, tarfier tniram toUr. Ptwnc S214 hree Sentenced For Atfack On, Frenchman 'PARIS, Twin;, Mill'. 21. (U!'> — 'lui»i» Cm-roll 'comity men worn ountl (juttty In \Clrrult Coui'l yes- of Iho Wuliwriy robbery- bcntlnft of (i I'f.encli ntivnl mrt SL'nlPiici'd lo U^ 'to 16 yenrn In TRU-ART DIAMONDS Thursday DOUBLE Evtry D*y Offle* 0*Wi 8h*w ftttrtt l LbTRM L tti* Ti H* v*ry rftplM, o trO AM drumafcd rlrtf Lout rhoi 1ru-An QuoNty It KtgH*r Pricvt W* gfTtt D brilliantly icUctlorr — *oth th* b«it quality yoor con $4250 Pot O Bryant JEWELER — ANTIQUE Moss Bryiin Continuous Showtnf ttvery Day A Spring Hoi Is a Tonic for Milady ... A New Lump. A gaily colored VHKC — Gol'i'cc Table Accessories — Figurines or some will ^ivo a real lift to yoiir lioine. It's Smart to fliiftp The Gift Shop Use Our Easy Terms for Your Purchase WADE FURNITURE CO. Phone 3122 112 West Main Preacnts Its 54th Annual Statement and Invites Your Attention to the Following ' Interesting Facts: 'As of December 31, 1945, the Company Ita'il in force 2,925,220 policies for $324,637,856.00 of insurance* Of tlie'Company's $19,7'!6,896.49 nsscls, 32 per cent Viis invested in United Stales Government seciivilies—• 41 percent in municipal, railroad ntid utility bonds—f> per cent in mortgngc loans, which is evidence ihnt tlicsc funds are contributing dully to tlio inainlennnce, ini- provcmcnl, and progress of your community, its railroads, schools, highways, public; utilities and homes. Not a single investment is in default as lo principal or interest. r v The. Company lias over and aliove all'liabilities (w eluding reserve liability) $.7,462,908.56 for the add£, tioual protection of Jwllcyholders. For each $1.00 liability, it had $1.61 in 'assets of proved tjuality. , The Company,' 'during 1945, increased the polic«!| in number liy 311,147 uric! the amount-of insurance b^, $72,494,455.00—increased its assets by $5,007,150.62, •— paid tancficiaries of tli'e deceased policy-lwldeAl $1,868,464.00—paid living policy-holders in sicktieslf and accidenVclaims ;^3,109, : 937.87—gave employment directly to more thqn'2,300 persons. , 31, ' AI).MITTF.r> ASSETS U. S. Govornrtient .SrcurihH's ......$ Staff, Counly nnd Miuui-i|>al Ilcinds . . . 5,681,680.55 Railroad and Ulilily Ilonds 2,'l33,M5.3.'i Slocks l,6fi9,7S1.00 MorlKagcs (Rrsl lien?) 1,012,915.81 Renl Esiaic (Home Office) ,Wi,'i c^sii -T . . . . ],9r.e,8<>a.72 Intcrrsl dire ami nccninl 12I.057.7S I'rcuiiums in course of collection 129.812.70 Tola! mJinincd Asscis '.". . $l'J,7'l«,a%.'l9 Financial Statement from Annual Report filed with Intunmc* Department! LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS Policy Hcsenej ............ »10,286,562.80 lirscrvc forbiclcnos »nd Accident Cl«imi. 208,182.55 DralhClairh&Reporlcd but pending proof . ; Reserve for Unrerxulcd -CUimj Premiums ^aiil in advanca Kslimalcd tmount di;e or accrued for likn Reserve for payment to inactive employees 68,9;>8.75 50,000.00 525,805^3 .'*27,90S.ivl 401,593.40 Miscellaneous li«bilitics ...,>.. '4X'tl979.<6 Total lialiililics eicept ca'piia!. 77^ ".'. $12,283,987.93 Voluntary conlingcncy Reserves, surplus funds, and capilal for furllier protection of policybolden. General Conliugeney Me«rrve. IJnaMlgnrll Siirjilni Kiiiul*. ' '. . . '. '. •/ ~l '* r%'[ ' "" »**V^ '[ Cajdlal Slock "'.' _. '"' • '; . t 1,200,000.00 •250,000.00 . 3,012,908.56 $ 7.462,908.56 $19,746,8»6.49 l\l)l STRI1L LiFE and HEALTH Atlanta, Georgim ' 1891-Over Half a Century of Service-1946 ' . <•* RED RYDER Dissolving I'artnership BY FRED HARJIAI LEFTr DOUBLE-Cf?O5S£DVl AIN'T,"Bui YOU BT "W<l»" TvK fViSlV.t i 1CO^' T TtW RDBSERY' VOU \( !• W N ET WITH OUGHTN'T TODE £OUE J\TOU,1.USE.' DECAOSElKMKlA. r wV-r // mHELPlM YOU FIND 1T-IKNOV1WHERE 10U NEED'r^E IF YOU \ WW TO <3feT RIOOF J, 'RfDER' THEN IDuXl Kill WAY'S VWT1UFT60 YOUDOS'T .PL WTO SPLIT WITrt

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