The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 29, 1946
Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1046 Mrs. R. E. VanHodaer Again PTA PresWertt Weds .Oklahoman Mrs. R. E. y&uHoo«r *UI i**!", 0erve as president of Junior High 'Sihdol 5*»rent-TeacKer Association. OtKer officers elected and re- elcctecf 'at* a meeting Tuesday afternoon -at'-'the school were: Mrs. Matt Mon'agh an; first vice president; Mrs. Li. E. Baker, second vice president; Mrs.. M»rgartt Mshan Bell, third vice president; Mrs. W. B. Mayo, recording .sercretary, and Mrs. Henry Humi>hreys, treasurer. The organization voted to purchase n moton picture machine, demonstrated liy a representative of the SUitc Board of Education, Mr. Jamleson of Little Rock. • He-showed pictures entitled "The Heart and the Heart Circulation and "We the People of the United Nations." Mrs. R. F. Kirshner read the president's message and songs were presented by Ihfe Junior High School Girls Glee Club. Mrs, W. C. Colston [-fas Her Club, Guests Mis. -i- .:.'. • Stella Davis and Mrs At The Hospital* Jesse-Cain played bunco last nigh • with members of GNB"Clu6 wliei Mrs. W. C. Colston was- hostes. to' Hie group. Mrs. N. J..Humphrey *on bunco and high score went to Mrs: Joe Fitzpatrlck. <Mrs..;-Colston *»» awarded low score .prUee. •-Entertaining rooms of the Colston home were detorated with , mixed Spring flowers. ' Tile hostess served a sandwich Iilate with'-a beverage. ; ~ • * . • Mrs. .Clark Hostess To Her .Club, Guests. Flowers from .her 'garden decor- ntctl Mrs: James B. Clark's home n Highway 61 South Wednesttdy ttcrnoon when she- was hostess o members of- -Hie Town and tountry Club-and two other guests, rlrs. Rodney Banister and Mrs. V'.. M. McKenaie. Mrs. i Cornelius Moclinger won figh ^ score: •-• prize •- during bridge ;ames -ajid t sec.qml high went to Irs. CliTfe- "^ ~~ "''". • ' '"" ReCrceli iueHts were -served; ^ - ' • ' it * )cfette Club G'uests 3f iMrs. James Hill -MS?. feoland ; Green and Mrs. V. G. Kolljmd played bridge^ yesterday, af- •ernSon with^lncinbers of the bc- tcttdJ'Club ^hen^MrS. James Hill Jr.. Was hostess to the group. Forming n setting for guests In Hospital Admitted: James McCiccry, Haytl, Mo. Mrs. James Moore, Manila. Mrs. Leroy Fisher, Steele, Mo. Dismissed: Omar Grslrlng, llollnnd, Mo. Hlvlht-vlllc Hospital Admllted:' Paul Ganii, cily. Dismissed: Mrs. Ada Croom, city. Mrs. Lester Gill and baby, Dell. Troy Wayne Allyc, city. F. L. Uynuin. Arjnorel. Memphis JUpllst HospitalAdmitted: Mrs. Ocll Mann, city. Memphis M.-lhudlsl llci.spMnl Admitted: Johnny Overtoil, Wilson. Lackmann Will Go To Germany As AMG Worker I 1 '. G. Lnckniami of Tyler, Texns, who inside Ills lionin In Hlythevlllc a number of wars, hits betn em- l>l«yecl by the'Allied Milltiiry Government. His headquarters will \K In BIT-- tncn, Germany, and he will yo there soon, accompanied by his recent Mrs. Harry Kirby entertained j bride. Ihe former Mrs. Ethel Knit/, members or Wednesday Urldge Clulj Nccly. Mrs. Liickiminn, the Mrs. Ben Heaver of Tulsa, Okla., was before her marriage March' 21. Miss Bessie Louise Chlsm. dnuuli- ter of Mrs. Elizabeth Chlsm. -p J. K. Button of Kennett, Mo., Is here with Mrs. Sutton who Is recuperating from an operation |wr- formcd several day.s ago at Walls Hospital. Her condition is very sat- jittcnding to business affairs. Mr. Davis now is manager of the Nu- Grape and 7-Up Bottling Com- p'any at Miirlahna. 'Mrs, G*org« Stllwell and Mrs. W. A. Holllngsworth returned this morning from Harrison, Ark., where they attended a three-day annual North Arkansas Conference of the Woman's Society of Christian Serv- ic*. Mrs. Stilwell, president of Luke Street Methodist Church WSCS, and Mrs. Kolllngsworth, representative of Yarbro WSCS, are both presidents of their organization. • Guy Burks, seaman second class, has returned to San Francisco for reassignment after spending a brief leave here with his parents, Mr; anil Mrs. Guy Burks and family. - Clmrles L. Joyner of Crawfordsville, Ark., is spending a few days here with, friends. !'Mr and Mrs. >aeorge N. Stllwell ;iriave as their guest her mother. Mrs Mrs. Kirby Entertains Wednesday Bridge Club and three other guests, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, Mrs. Chester CaUWell and. Mrsi Janies Hoy with n bildjju luncheon. • The Kirby home, 814 chlckasaw- \ ba Avenue, -was decorated with [ lloral arrangements, which accented the atmosphere of Spring In the sun room; where 1 the guests played bridge. Mrs. Roy won first prize and Mrs. caldwell, second, during brlriua gmn>.-;. Luncheon was served at the dining room table. ter of Mr. and Mrs. I-,. M. Km'-'/., also made her home here until she mill Mr. Lackmann moved to Tyler following their recent marriage. Mr. Ijiickmanti Was born and reared in Germany, coining (o this country It-, 1926". He w:i.s employed here as a cotton buyer. isfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Welch Foster and John P. Fields went to Hot Springs today, by plane, to spend several days. They will attend the races and Mr. Fields will visit his mother there. Mrs. E. C. Brown will t'o to Texarkana Tuesday to visit relatives, She will be accompanied to Little Rock by the Rev. Mr. Brown who will continue tirConway for u meeting of the lioard ot Trustees of Central College of which he is president. Mrs. G. S. Barnes lias -been removed to her home, 1037 West- Walnut, from Memphis BapUsU Hospital,' where she underwent an iipiTiiticn. Her condition Is satisfactory." Mr. and Mrs. O, W. McCutchen have returned from Hot Springs where they spent the past six weeks L. E. Gay Is III at his home, 318 1 North Ninth street. \ and Mrs. Louis Davis huve returned to their home in Marl' anna. Ark., after spending the past few (lays hero visiting friends 1 and J. Nelll or East Pralrls, Mo She plans to stay several days. Read Courier News Want Ads. Mrs. Coming Events THURSOAY James H1U Jr., hostess to Octette Club. Mrs. Leon Speck hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Cliat-a-way Club meeting with Mrs. AJiene LaBue. Mrs. Cecil Shane hostess to Midweek club.' . Club Eight meets with Mr*. G. O. Poelz. Mrs. I*, p. Foster hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Thursday club entertained by Mrs. (S. W. Aftllck. ONE Club meets with Mrs. W. C. Cfl*lsten. ' , Ehtre N6\is Club meeting with Mrs. E. R. Dickinson. ' Phebean Sunday School clau of First B»/ti6t church meeting ' at the home of Mrs. Alton Jaggers, 7:30 o'cloek, with Mrs. Harvey Chapman, co-hostess. FJUOAY Mday Rook Club meeting with Mrs. Neville BUfamore. Initial ClulS giwsU of Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Executl*^ Board of Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist church meeting at fe church, 2:30 o'clock. Wher* Your Fbwm AM—Ym Am! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not juat once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. H^FLOWER SHOP * .T.U. SenrU* «• Otttnr rh. «»1 Mn*J. M. (MM) WUIUaw, twiur the home were arrangements of the Yellow Rose of Texas. hapmon WHS co-hostess. Entertaining rooms of the J aggers omc were decorated with lilacs lid narcissus. Guests other them members were ,1 rs.' -Ted King, Mrs. Roy Heavers nd .Mrs. Charles Ra?.or. The ' hostesses served ourse. Bridge Club Guests Of Mrs. Homer Wilson Mrs. Homer E, Wilson was hostess vestcrday afternoon to members of ?nlre Nous Qlub. Mrs. Theodore Logan won high score pr!/e and second high went to Mrs.. John Foster when bridge was played. Mixed Sp°rlng Dowers were arranged throughout the Wilson home. The hostess served n dessert course. Honored With Shower Mrs. Charles McCullum was honored with a surprise shower by members of Ihe Phebean Sunday School Class of First Baptist. Church Mjs. C. F. Tilicker won high score, last .night when the class met with prize-' in bridge games and second Irs. Alton .Jnugcrs. Mrs. Harvey hiph/vent to Mrs. J, d. Ellis. r Pfjsent was one new member, Mrs,>Loy Welch. Mrs. Welch re- placfe Mrs. W. M. Mciteniie who resi^ietj. because of her ill health. Reft eshnwnti^vrere served. Mrsu Shane Hostess Mp. Cecil Shane was hostess with a ljuffet luncheon yesterday to members of Mid-Week Club and one othej guesV. Mrs. W. C.-Gates. During .-afternoon bridge games, higlV'Score prize went to Mrs. H. H. Hoitchinsr The hostess also presently Mrs. Gates, a gift. Tfie dining 1 -" room table, from whi»h the.luncheon was served, was decorated with mixed-Spring flowers ~and: arr.tyngemeiits* -.of - flowers were^scafVere'cTtlirpugii the home. Mrs; Wilson Is Guest At Bridge Club Party Mjs. Ba.ker Jwilson played brldgi yesterday afternoon with member of Thursday Contract Club whe Mrsf^P. _ p. Poster was hostess to ilieCgroup.''"'J" The Foster home was decorate with mixed Spring flowers ant the ^dining room table 1 where guest were served was centered with a arrangement of poppies and nar cisstts. M/s. Rodney Banister, was awarded .liigh.-score prize during afternoon bridge games ana second high Mrs. H. .W. WyHe: Accepts Position Here Ernest Roe has accepted the position of office muniigcr ot Blytlie- vllle Soybean Corixirntlon, after his return here from Memphis, where he and Ills family have mude their home the past five years. Mrs. Roe and daughter, Miss Mary Sue Roe, will .Join him here as -soon as living iifrnngements- are made. They are parents of another daughter, Mrs. John Ed Clown, Ihe former Miss lictly Hoe. The falmly mude their home here many years before moving to Memphis, where Mr. Roe was em- pluyed ut the Army Depot. A Spring Hot is a Tonic for Milady! A New Lamp. A gaily colored Vase —• Coffee Table Accessories — Figurines or some rare Antiques will give a real lift to your home. • It's Smitrt to Shop at The Gift Shop MODERN — ANTIQUE Mosa Bryan 103 E. Main Phone 2254 Meetings •word, of Bunker Hill mcetini (might i\l the Masonic Lodge fo tatum spaghetti supper. 7::10 p.m with T..F. "Doc" Dean, coinniand ng chief. >•«••••••••••«••••*••••••••*•••••••••••• \ NOTICE! . 7. Our store will b* CLOSED Monday, * . Tuesday mn4 Wednesday, April 1, X 2 and 3 to enable us to attend the 1 . . St. Louis shoe market so that we " -* ^ : may speed up Deliveries on our - •_ - • • pending shoe orders. • We'll be Open Thursday Morning ; Watch the Courier News for an i important announcement on Your ', New Shoes for Easter. 27*1 Rftz TttMtrc BuiMing • •••»•• •••«••••••••••••••••••••••••••»•••••••••••* STANDS FOR THE N UMBER C" YEARS MY BOY GETS IN T COLLEGE OF HIS CHOICE / UNCLE SAM'S EXPENSE AFT. GAINFUL, EDUCATIONAL, TRAVEL- FILLED YEARS SN THE UNITED STATES REGULAR ARMY AS A GUARDIAN OF OUR VICTORY SEE YO' R LOCAL RECRUITING OFFICE Recruiting Officers will he at the Post Office Every day next week. This ad sponsored by The Ritz and Roxy Theaters Another "From Me to You" Letter From HARRY FRITZtUS There was .something that I especially wanted to. write to you about this week, but, folks, there are so many many "Specials" for Saturday you'll want to hear about that I'll have to racrllke my letter for business. Perhaps I'll: tell you what, I had to say next' Friday. Specials or no Specials, .though. I do want to say "Thunk You" to the many of you who have been good enough to write to me, expressing your' appreciation'for these letters. This thuu'ehtrithicss from you whether by letters, leleplione, or Just coming In mid telling me. are Just ono of those little things Hull make the'sun-shine u little' brighter and I promise you again that so long as you like these "From Me to You Letters", I'll continue to wrill: them. Again, I thank you. FRITZIUS "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS J'vfc brought the people of Blytlievllle many hard to get Items. When I say hafd to get I mean iiurtl to &et. This nierL'hunUlse was never more difficult to obtain than now. This Week, I honestly do feel that we have outdone ourselves. I am really proud nC Ihls inercliaiidisc. Ah ''optofn 1 ' merchant (they know FriEzius Is here) came in last week just to see if we had ail of th« things we Bay we have. Well, after he had looked-around; he made this " .statement: "I tiidii't believe thut anyone co\ild fe'et all of the things yovi advertised or U you dirt Bet them you only got a few and made a big noise -JlSoul them, i want to apolo- • gl?* for I have to admit that you have more critical merchandise than I have seen at any tirhe since the war began. I tion't know where nor how you get It." Yoii'f/ Be Surprised Too, Saturday JUEt look over these carefully and try to remember that We're listing only a very few. We have literally hundreds of items that are equally tiard to qutalri. —We do not overcharge you on slarce merchandise.—Make :i list of everything arid come in Sat\irday. HERE THEY ARE: 1— Oilcloth • 2—-Beautiful sheer rayon Minnon with large inulti-coliired polka dots— also pure white Minnon, lovely, delicate^ani,rare. • ;j—Brown IJomeslic . ' , : : -4_By the yard, I.iiwn Cntsh Toweling with briifhtly cotored designs.— This was-pHpecially purchased for c»tla£« curtaiiw.—We have enough (o last all day Saturday. Colors bHie or red. 5^By (he yard r " Fine Printed Curtain Scrim (j—Curtain I'anels.—Full size or extra size, beautiful materials, really rike. 7_Tnrkish Towels—Fine large CANNON and FieWerws Toweta in white as well as solid purples, blues, greens, ele. 8—Cups and Saucers, Bowls, Plates, Platters, etc. All very scarce 9—^Fine Hayon Piijue in solid aqua or yellow IflUu-Plenty of metal Curtain Ii«ds i I—Large^ Metal Tea Strainers , . ii—For the first time "fiBiVI" metal single edge safety razors i:{_iBelieve it or not.—An assortment of good Pocket Knives l.||__Shelf Paper lii-^Fur the kiddies.—I-arge assortment of Paper DolIs f Coloring and ' iKtory .Itooks _ . Springs for curtain extensions -Boyst snappy, two-tone Spring Slack Coals (medium, targe and small) Men's genuine Hanes Shirts and Shorts Vn;almost impossible number. E-Z summer weight \knit gnwns for infirits with drawstring bott«nns a«d sleeves '"•'''assortment of Embroidery transfer pieces '»• white summer T-Shirts Braces and Suspertders eon Cloths, beautiful patterns, the better kind,, size 54 ineheft square. These are Thomaston ctaths. ' 24—The very first dainty baby Val l,ace 2, r >—Outing of all kinds. White, light or dark stripes, fine dainty prints and one hi bought especially for cjuilt linings to retail at 2$c per yd. 20—Good Buff Window Shades on rollers 37—Plenty of Window Shade Brackets 28—Indies Fine Parasols 29—Another shipment of good all-metal Scooters With rubber tires. Large and small sizes ;!0—The finest line of Shag and other type Throw-Ruga yow hive eter seen. These are genuine Charm-Tread Rugs, and sizes are *s Urge as :»4x54 31—i Lot delicately flowered with white background fine Oxford cleth drapery material, :5fi inches wide 32—KXTRA SPECIAI,—Ijirge shipment of enamel w«r«. Oish Pans. Cabinets, large Cookers, Slew Pans, large and infants Chambers, and many, many other hard to get enamel pieces 3H—ANOtHKR KXTRA SPECIAL—Have you wondered abort yo«r raster Candy?—Well, haven't you learned to leave your worries with Frilztus? We nave the candy-^-and such candy—450 pounds of il. Just out of the famous Chase Candy Kitchens. If you don't want your mouth to water don't read farther— By the pound: Tasty Chocolate Dipped Filberts Wonderful assorted Chocolate Cream* Oh Boy!—Chocolate Toasted Almonds Snowhile Filled Snowbalis Delicious Bvtter Chews Mifc Chocolate Decorated lOc Easier Eggs ami Rabbit* And last but not least, y«ur old favorite 1 pound boxes Chase Happy Thought Chocolates Well—did you see anything that you need or want in <h*s« 3.3 items? If not, when was your funeral, I must have missed it ... No joking, come on over ,Satnrd*y. HARRY FRITZIUS "Alwtyt Something New" - Jtef7W. Main Phon* 2347 How To Relieve 'Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves prorip"? J** ieause It goes right to Out se! £ °£*£? trouble to help loosen anf fP*' term laden phlegm, and aid n 81 ™ 6 to soothe and heal raw, tentf*. "*• flamed bronchial mucous i?, 6 ^?" branes. Tell your druggtet to se l ?<>" • bottle of Creomulsion withtlK understanding you must Uto the wi/J» quickly allays the cough or you . to have your money bade. • CREOMULSION for Couehs.Chest.Colds, Bronchitis Continuous Show* Box Office Optrm l:4k Show StarU 2:90 TO KLCN LI:«S p-m. *:« > Last Time Today Leave Her to Heaven with Gene Tleruey Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday mm ARNOLD Serial: "Royal Mounted" No. C and Short Conlinunus Showing 1^:30 to 11:30 dramouiit News and Selected Short Continuous showing 1:15-11:00 Matinw* Sit & Sim. Only HOT Office Opens 6:30; Show 8t»rU 8:45 r. M. Each Evrnlnf Opens Sunday 1:M; Start* 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. nod San. Barc&ln Nl^ht ETCI? Nl[ht Except Saturday. N> PM»M honored »n Smnday M Hie ROXT- . Last Time Today nOUBI.E FEATURE Louisiana Hayride with Judy Canov:i Rookies in Burma with Alan Carney and Wally Brown Saturday :_\- ,' titwiES STARRETT Serial ".IrniRle Raiders" No. 10 and Short Continuous Showing 12:30 to 11:3C Sunday and Monday Fox News anrt Sclcoled Short Conttnoora iftowim 1:15-11:**

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