The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 25, 1948
Page 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1948 Firm on W. Main Plans Expansion Blan Heath Store To Be Divided Into Two Separate Units Blan Heath Auto and Home Supply will be divided into two businesses, the Hlau Heath Co and the Central Auto and Home Supply. H was announced today. The building |,, which the Blan Heath firm is presently located will be divided by a petition Into two store rooms. The Blan Heath i Company's address will he at 419 •ftp West' Main while the address o* the BLYTHEVlLLB ,(ARK.)'. COURIER - NEW! C ?,, 1? A " l ° a " d Hon >« Supply will be v>l West Main. In announcing the division of the firm Into two separate businesses, Tom A. Little Sr., a partner, said the stock of B. P. Goodrich merchandise, housewares, gift goods, tops and other small merchandise be handled by the Auto mid Home Supply. Central The Blan Heath Co. will handle all appliances, cooling and heating equipment, plumbing supplies and fixtures and electrical supplies and fixtures. Bits of News Mo4iLf.Pt/uo.Hal. •"mi i all I! Hnrber, student at the Vni- versity of Arkansas. Fayettctillei lias arrived lo spend the Easier holidays here with his parents. M'.'. and Mrs. E. Harbcr and his sister, Belly Harbcr. Mrs. J. D. Smith was admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday where she will undergo treatment for several days. Mrs. Smith has been ill ror the pest two months. Miss Betty Woodson arrived 'IMes- day night from the University o[ Arkansas, f'ayeiteville. lo spend the Easter holidays here with tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Cadel A. G. Shibley Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs, A. O. Shibley, was one fil 106 cartels, to make the honor roll for the grade month of March, It was announced my Major F. J. Marston, dean at Kcmper Military School. Boonville, Mo. In order to make the dean's list a cadet must have attained an average of 87 or above in all his classes for one monlh. Miss Julia Ann Woo'dson will a(- Coming Events Social Calendar Thursdnv Mr. and Mrs. Dale ». Brlggs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Whllts. Mr. mid Sirs. James L. Brooks and Mi. and Mrs. Donald Day will be hosts anil I hostesses to the 20th Century Dane* Club, 8:00 p.m.. at the Legion Hut. Phebean Sunday School Class of I he First Baptist "church will Imve their regular monthly mccltn^ Thursday. 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Theodore Logan. Ladles of Friday the First Methodists to Present Good Friday Service The Methodist YttuUi Fellowship of the Methodist Church, will present a Good Friday Service. "Suflering and Service" at the church, Friday, 7,'30 p.m. The oflerinj!, which will be taken during the service, will BO for the "Meals tor Millions" at $30,000 project for overseas relief "proemm being siMiisorcil by the National Conference of Methodist Youth. The public Is invited to altchu this service. Mrt. Starr Entertains Two Tables of Bridge OSCBOLA, Ark., March 25,-Mrs. Belly Nelle Stun- was hostew yesterday afternoon when she entertained two tables of club members mid one guest, Mrs; R. o. Meant, al her home. Mrt. Meors It Hottest To Bridge Club, Guest OSOEOI;A, Alt., Maroh M.-^Mrj. Searcy Meant entertained .iVenclay night, with two lables of club mem- Ix-rs anrt one, Mrs. R, O. Mears at a Ihree courne dinner In her home-on Seinmes Avenue. Chrlsliaii Church will have prayer services «t the church at '2:30 p. in. The public Is invited to attend. Woman's Club meeting at 3:30 p.m. at the club house. Mrs. Ebh Reynolds entcrtainius members of Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Mrs. James Roy entertaining members of the Friday Bridge Club at her home. ment ol Blan S. Heath while Keener has been named temporary manager of the Central Auto and Home supply. There will be no connection between the two stores in operation, Mr. LJttle said. Ownership of both stores will remain a partnership between himself. Mrs. Goldle P. Little. Mr. Heath and Mrs. Virginia Little Heath. "We believe that In making this change we will greatly improve the operation of this business, We have recently completed a two-story addition to our building which .will pive both -stores more floor space that we had previously for the two stores combined," Mr.'uttlc said. Mrs. Mifftin Entertains Luxora Book Club, Guests LUXORA. Ark., March 25.—Mrs. kj_l. I. Mifflin was hostess to the • members of the Luxora Book Club Civic Calendar 1 Friday • Jayceette Stunt Nijht— 8:00 p.m. Many Hear Violinist's Program in Jonesboro Paul Makovsky, Columbia Con- •erts arlisl and a native of Sweden, [ire.sented a violin concert;hi ihe iiulitorlum at Arkaimis StiHe Col- cj;c in Jone.sboro night, before a large audience. He • was' accompanied by Jeniy Wilat..Th« concert Junction with th« service. -•*'•>-> "UIJ.1 f^llll tYUUUAUll Mill ill- Tills will be under the manage-j rive home tonight from Randolp'i .„.., _, „,_.. ~ .,„ Bi| , Macon Co , |egc Lynchbui . gj Va to spend the Easier holidays viih'her I parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wood- on. : Mrs. B. p. Gay. Mrs. c. W. Garrl- u an and daughter. Gay. Jo Ann Triechman. Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. Siegbert Jiedel were in Memphis list night to attend tile • opera, "Song of Norway" at Ellis Auditorium. Miss Rosemary Johnston, who is a student at Birmingham Southern College. Birmingham, Ala!, arrived home last nip,ht to spend the Easter holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. Otis Shepherd. Waller - Lvean and Ills guest A. L. White of London, England, attended Hie opera, "Song of Norway" last night, at .Ellis Auditorium in Memphis. Allen Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rice, who is a student at the University of Missouri. Columbia, will arrive home tonight to spend the Easter holidays here with his in her home Tuesday night, other parents. guests were Mrs. Avis Crawford, Mary Ann McConnell of Little. Mrs. c. B. Wood, Mrs. Ray. Olive, .Rock is the houseguest of Heard Mrs. J. S. Olive. Miss Emma Lee Wylie and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. KeniiKmcr. Miss Gretchon Barnes, H . W. Wylie. for several days Miss Christine Calvert anB Mrs,| Ectwjl , Wcertman, student, at Un- Leonard Ellison. IIversily of Arkansas, Payettevllle M^sotVeT^ G^c^e" 001 *' " Rcd piush " by ^™**^*£™*z££ "Mrs^T cams president. p re- ^^J^ ""f. * - sideo during the business session. • /at which time the following officers — _, ™T~ . were elected for the next club year: ' O Observe uOOtf Friday Mrs. A. B. Rozclle. president, !ifrs.| The First Lutheran. Church will .' Ancel Montgomery, vice-president,, observe "Good Friday" with a spe- ?<!rs. John Pord. secretary, and Mrs. iciai .service beginning at T30 pm Aiiten chitwood. treasurer. (The topic will be "The Seven Words , Potted plants a'nd bowls of yellow daffodils decorated the entertaining rocomsi . First 'new»p«p«r we«t of thi Mississippi river ws.i the "LouUI- ana Omietle," eiUbll.ihed «t St. Louis in 1HOD. . The »]<)«•* a UnlUd Stata* !• . Ytla-Xuvw4 boit met, aatadattaar *'H*mll kr' ••• IT y«r». ;' • J t - ; <•' The T)e»i\ So« roillnlns II GOO- OUO.OOO tons of sail, to which the river Jordan arttls auollier 850,000 tons eiu'h year. | was Hi? (hint of Hie .umon lt> tw ! pi (willed by (lif Joncsboio Coni- tnuiiily Ccmcprt Association. ! Several Irom Blylhcvllle ultenrt- ...... .ooms of the home were drcoraled with while, anrt yellow narcissus In low crystal iKJWlj. - . 'Hobby Shttw' to Be Given Af Woman's C/ubhous* A '"Hobby Siiaw," will be Rlvfn »t. the Woman's Clubhouse, spoiison-rt l>y the WomKrrs club tomorrow »(- lernooii Iroin 2:30 till 6:30. Mrs. Eddie §jillbi\ r s pupil* will present the PIORIBIII. Mrs. J. I,. Na- bcui anrt Mrs. W. 8. Johnston »re In charge of the'pidurum. The. public. Is.Invited lo ntlfnrt. STUNT NIGHT High School Auditorium Friday Night —8p.m. Sponsored by Blytheville Jayceettet Advance Ticket* Available by Contacting Any Member of • .the Jayceette* This Easter... Easier Style and Year Round Quality! . After the business meeting, the liostess served « dessert course. ol Christ From The Cross". A communion service will be held in con- / T > k ^ j'wr um Spring Ink \ H H6 slmes 6j' fa*** • (/ ^^J When says (/uwette l's a Ihin, ciystal-cfear, quick- hill, sterilized bollle filled with ipe flavor and delightful * ' aroma — that's the reof, Ihe only Giapette. Rich in dex- SpoiVling with meHow carbonolion.' Ask for il by name. Say: "A'GRAPETTE, THIRSTY HOT 'S os seen in VOGUE ' ' ' desl 9"ed esp.ciolly » o f| ottel r new skirt lenglhv. fumpi o f sparkling, potent or colorful *'"n . red or» hi L L W"*.' Clio*,, 'now from™" «n«»uol variety of styles! 202 W. MAIN Blvtheuille, Hrkansas Easter-Pretty New Dresses in PRINTS 14.75 Choofte froni thin outstanding collection' of lovely print* . . . the »ort of design* usually seen in very expensive dre»se«.' Black or Navy grounds in rayon crc|»e. / 10,20. trimmed tblny •traw huts. Black or rotors ... perfect with print*. 3.98 Ointinrtlve, CynthU' »hom in wnooth leather,' patent or miede. De*tgned for gay F.aMer outfit*! 5.90-6.90 White Broadcloths 2.98 Woven Patterns ...,» 3.49 Long «ftrr Ea«u-r, you'll prondly .wear tliew: crisp white hroadclolitR and glcel- »liar|>Rtri|>c«! Cl<»ely woven combed cot- Ion meaitft exlra Dnioothnetw, longer wear I "Tlir wliiles have non-wilt Nti-craft* collars! Choice o! collar styles in Lite put- tern*. Sanforized-t All real value*! *H». II. V P.I. INI. MEN'S TIES New I'aturiif 1.49 5.90 MARATHON* HATS The ]>o|>ul«r Sport Kclo. •new in p»Mcl color*! Darker nhxle* loo. 6.90 TOWNCRAFT SHOES Smart inH cotnfor|jil)le, ttlU HrCMy KITKIgtlt tip oxford. 'Ilirifly tool MEN'S BKLTS «ncf SUSI'KiSUKKS* X M KIN'S CO'ITON or RAYON SOCKS . . 98c 1 . . 49c Easter Dress-U Needs «' Dapper Two-Ton* Sulla for • weB- ; <»rc»»e«l Easter! Fine gabardine (60% rayon, 40% wool) coat front, and alack*. AH wool check or plairl »leere« and -j f\()f) back. Bro*Ti, blue. 4-10. ' ' ' Lillle Girls' CoaU «M tiny fathion of big »iiter'»! Wool plaid* and mlida w toft panleli — prince** «tyle» ttoag with awing baokn, che*terficld* aad T| f\ f\f\ •horti*., 3^j. AU^VU Glrli' Eatter Bonnet, are ixgoiling ami ftj with garlaad* of flowen, pretty ribbon, an d feather* adorning them! Double rio Mraw bnid in any of the ttyle* yew waal. - 19H22. THIS EASTER . . . BK SMART . . . SAVE AT PENNEY'S

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