The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 1, 1948
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Phone 4JC1 Mrt. Gftww Is Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club The Av»!on Bunco Club members were : guests yeiterday when Mrs. BUlGUbow enterUlned at the home of, Itrs. Speck McGregor on Dou§»».«. ::'•, During th« bunco gamfi, Mrs. O^bow .won high score, Mrs. Haskel BUrdutuhlp, low score and Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. bunco. Kutcr. lilies and other Spring flowen d«cor*ted entertaining roMni.o! the Irame. Th« host«a served & salad pl&U: with iced drinks. • • • Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. C. A. Cunningham Mrs. 'A. Q. Little and Mrs. E. A. •Cure were guests yesterday with members of the Wednesday Bridge Club, when Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertained with a three course luncheon at her home on '\Y, Hearn. 1 lAmch'eon was served nt the dining table centered w;lth an attract< Ive arrangement of jonquils in a low crystal bowl. Other Spring flowers were used in the entertaining rooms of the home. In the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. Baker Wilson won high score and Mrs. Harry Klrby, second high. » • * B. R. C. Club Entertained At Mrs. Elva Poe's Home Mrs. Hva Poe was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the B.R.C. Club at her home on Kentucky St. • In the afternoon rook games, Mrs. R;.A. Copeland won high score. Mrs. Earl Damon, second Iilgh and Mrs. J. A. Enderlln, rooko. A color scheme of pastel shades o( Spring colors \vcrc used in the decorating of the entertaining rooms of the home and in the refreshments served. Mrs. Boyett Entertains B. H. I. M:- : CIub Members Mrs:,Fred Boyeit Jr. was hostess yesterday when she entertained members or the B. H. I. M. Club nt Mrs. Osburn Is Hostess To Bunco Club» Guests Mis.-CarHon Osbmn was hojitcss yesterday when she entertained members of the Friendly Eight Club and three guests, Mrs. Jack Malheny, Mrs. H. A. Jones and Mrs, Lmies'.on Ashlord. Mrs. Gene Ellis won high score In the bunco games played, Mrs, Ashlord, low score and Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge, bunco, Attractive arrangements ol Spring flowers were used In the entertaining rooms ot the home. The hostess served a sandwich plate with Kcct drinks. Yarbro School Students Take Interest in Operas Fifth and sixth grade students of the Yarbro School were so Interested In Ihe. "Let's Learn Music" program and Its commentator, Miss Helen Parker, that they wauled to show their appreciation In some way. They decided that a good wuy to do It would be to make opera characters from eggs Hint had been blown out, and send (hem to Miss Parker us an Easier gift, Two of the CKBS, Gounod's "Faust" and Rossini's "William Tell" were chosen as winners. The winners will be guests of the junior League which sponsors Ihe program, nt H dinner April 7 and at tlie presentation' of the opera, La Troviatn. • Before the school children look up Mils imsiml project, they made character dolls In the likeness of famous opera stars. Other characters depleted were "Escainlllo" a bull fighter from Carmen; "Tonio", the clown from P«g- llaccl; William Tell's Son; "Sophia" •from Rosencavnllere's opera; "Vlo- Icll.i and Alfredo" from La Trav- Inta; "Hansel. Grctel and the Witch" from Humpcrdtnk; "Barber ot Seville," "Joan of Arc" «iid "Siegfried." the giant. Bits of News _. .-...J her home, 124 Dougnn St. In the games played, Mrs, Leon Schercr won high score and Mrs. Paul Chnmbers, second high. Bouquets of Spring flowers were arranged in the entertaining rooms of the home. The hostess served a dessert course with coffee. Quick (Change for Maid of Cotton Condition of Ira Wallers, who was admitted to Walls Hospital Monday to undergo treatment for pneumonia, Is satisfactory. Mrs. Edna Hargett returned nlflit from K mouth's visit with her .son, Gene Hargett and family In Houston, Texas. Her daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Porter and son, Bobby, remained for an Indefinite visit. Tommy Sylvester, Jerry Haley, Jimmy Pnrncll, Jcr_ry Morgan, John Easley and L. H. Aulry Jr., become charter members of Alpha Pill chapter of Sigma Pi National Fraternity at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Mrs. Paul Brawley and daughters, Mary Ella ami Paula Kay have returned to their home In Twist, Ark., after spending several days here with her mother, Mrs. J. T. Ashley and other relatives. They were accompanied home by Mr.s. Asliley, who will visit there n wee.':. Mr. and Mrs. Charlc.s Lules and Mrs, Philip Applebaxun have returned from Lulesvllle, Mo,, where they attended Mineral services of their uncle, Louie-Zimmerman. Miss Bonnie Cook, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cook, left Monday night for Hendrlx College, Conway, where she Is ft student, after sending the Kaster holidays here i with her parents. j W. M. Jones Is In New York where 1 he will attend to business. Charle-s Roy .Lutes has returned to Arkansas State College, Jones- IjOro, where he. is a student, after spending his Easter vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mis. Chnrle.s Lutes. Condlton ol Mrs. Floyd Scay who was admlted to the Walls Hosptal yesterday's unchanged. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs left Hits afternoon for Washington, where she will spend 10 days with her daughter, Mrs. John Thomas. J. V. Gates, Miss Marjorie Robertson, O. A. Jtoush, Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Miss Olive Alexander, Miss Nan Sutton, Mrs. Beulah Lloyd, Jimmy Hlchardson and Eddie Ford were In East Prairie, Mo., yesterday to attend funeral services for C. E. Oldham, who died suddenly In his home Sunday. He was tlie father of Miss Lorene Oldham of Blytheville. Mrs. John M. Thomas ol Knox- vllle. Tenn.. returned to her home yesterday alter a week's visit with her mother, Mvs. E. A. Goodrich and sisters. Miss Vera Goodrich and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and family. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Blytheville High School Glee Club Competes in Festival f f f -I « f f *t-* * f 5 * - - ** ^_ ~\ * * i ; **l r .' THURSDAY, APRIL I, 194S Cotton Underwriters Move Office to Memphis MEMPHIS. Tenn.. April 1. (UP) —The Cotton Fire & Marine Underwriters— largest cotton Insurance group in the world—will switch IU underwriting office from Columbia, S, C,, to Memphis effective Monday. H was announced today. The Hist consists ol the combined cotton departments of eight major Insurance companies The group has Its executive offices In New York and branch offices in Columbia, Birmingham, Ala. Dallas, Tex. and Tmao. The Blylhevllle High School Gle« Club accompanied by Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, instructor, left this morning for Little Rock, where they will participate in the Annual Stale Music Festival. They will return home Saturday. Tonight the glee club will practice and then tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night they will present numbers. The toys glee club, the Bins glee club and the choir will each present separate numbers. High School glee clubs from nil over the state will participate in the festival and awards will be marie In scvernl divisions r.t the close of 'he festival Saturday. First row Deft to right).- I fin Rose Castllo, Mary Frances Gaines Mildred Williams, Barbara Van 1 looser. Shirley Barksdale, Betty Nell Tomlin,5011, Armellft Humphreys, Helen Martin, Nancy Hamilton, Jo Ann Haynes | Mary Jo Eaton. Betty Reid and Patsy Chitwood; second low, Joyce Cava- jshere, Pauline Ramsey, Betty Harbor, Vivian Taylor, Martha Traylor Joan Metheny, Maxine Hipp, Mary Margaret A.uen, Virginia Faye Easley Wlllagenc Paws. Betty wade, Ima Sue Flowers and Martha Dixon- third A. double life costume in cotton, by" Clifford "ot del Mar. Ml5s Allmlon 1MB Maid of cotton, shows two of the three changes this wardrobc-in-one costume makes.' At left, a dale frock with Jeweled buttons, in cotton poplin. At right, a striped blouse and short* for •otlve sports hours. Or, lor a third change. ensemWc the blouse with the d«« for daytime wear. A perfect outfit for her travel wardrobe to take to Paris via Air France plane Maid of Cotton Models Dresses For Housewives' Ky Karbara Bundschu (United Press Fashion Writer) NEW YORK, April 1. (UP)—Matilda Nail co-starred with cotton last night at the tjnla Waldorf- Astoria hotel showing of American- made "" That, nt least, Is what they call them. Actually, they're as ready to go to market, sit In the sun or hold down a job at a typewriter as they are to wash up Ihe breakfast dishes and lurn out the laindry And none of them costs more than S18. The 19-year-old Mali) or Cotton wore Ihrce of the 41 smartly styled costumes in tlie showing, sponsored jointly by the Cotton Textile Institute, Ihe Nalional Cotton Council niid Ihe National A.«ocia- lion ot House Dress Manufacturers. Miss Nail's first appearance was in a s\m dress of black on turquoise striped cotton, cut. wllh a diagonally banded hemline and louped (vith a turquoise bolero tied snugly to her waistline. Pine gray and while corded cot- Ion was used (or her second costume, a handsomely tailored town suit with sleeves cuffed below the elbow and white plijiie trimming. About $||. _And she rang down Ihe curtain with an apricot on gray plaid chambray dress, with a shirtwaist-buttoned bodice and a gracefully flared skirt. About »18. row. June Stires, Patsy Besharse, Emma Lou shook, Qay GarrJgan Vivian Patterson. Ruth Hale. Mary Traylor, Billie Jane Rodgers, Sue McGliec, Barbara Yarbro. Ann w.irtli and Nancy Damon- fourth row Juha swink, Patsy Pope, Barbara Oenning. Peggy Hipp,' Mary Ellen Stafford, juqnita Hale, Eula Smith. Jackie Estcs. Susie Crafton.'Marian Maycs. Delores Parker, Barbara Smith, ]«Uy Layson. Betty Graves and Norma Roush; Fifth row, Eu B e,,e Koonce, Pat D urks, Larry Lutes Richard Dcdman, Joe Russell, Jim Deer, Richard Reid, Stanley Ingnun Joe Elkms, Prank Wagner, joe Poc. Fm nk!in worth, Murray Smart, John Wilks and Mrs. j. Wilson Henry, director; sixth row, Kenneth Hood Klwyn Caldwell, j. c . Droke. Jimmy Lowe. Bobby Turner, Larry Ashley' Jim Lancashire. Jimmy Rcinmiller, Carroll Evans, Harold Traylor Dick Orcenwell, Bobby Kirclmer, and Donald stone; seventh row Prentis , R. A . Friend, Billy Bob Elliott, Denny Gentry, Nathan Wade rV" ^ C ' A "° n "- G ° rd0 " Hammock . J'mmy Henry, jack t, Billy Sam Benymair, Huny Fritzius nnd Charles Mullen. First Ciptlrt Ship First enemy ship captured by the United state* In World War- II wa.5 the German vessel Buskoe, laken by the Coast Guard oil Greenland in September, 1941. If Stomach Q« or Sour Food Taste Robs You of Sleep "« e ; j How You May Help, Whether You Eat 500 Pounds or 2000 Pounds of Food In a Year IToU cin't f«I chMrtUl b« h.nn- .»,• *«.p .well. II your •tom»ih uiK". u^ «et. A. sge »<j»»nce. the "ola .toniS" U Father and Son Banquet Given by Holland F.F.A. The Holland Chapter of tlie Future Farmers of America held their annual "Father and Son Banquet" Friday night, March 20. In the Vocational Agriculture Building in Holland, Mo. Approximately 55 attended. The Rev. Elvis Bozarlli, pastor of the Holland Church of Christ, pronounced the invocation. The cluo officers introduced the guests after which N. B. Proffer, superintendent of the Holland School, and Enoch Tollison, District Supervisor of Vocational Agriculture made brief talks. Door prizes were presented to J H. Proctor and the Rev. Mr. Cooper, pastor ot the Holland Baptist Church. Bobby Ashley was awarded the DeKalb medal for being tha boy with tlie most outstanding supervised farming program. J. P. Brown, chapter advisor, with Ihe following boys. Fred Burress, Richard Weeks, .Gerald Proctor. Jnmc.1 Webb and Jack Wllford, gave summaries of what their, organizations has' accomplished In supervised farming program and what, it is trying to accomplish at the present time. Ltunar Ashley recited the Creed followed by the building of the P.F.A. emblem by Charles Parrish and Bobby Ashley. Tile main addrass of the CV3- Jning. "Possiblliiies of Farming in jibe Future" was given by T. A. Haggard of Stcele. Mo. j The Chapter officers then closed the meeting, after which the Rev. Cooper, gave the benediction. Guests present were R. F. Ashley. James Avis, Charles Croslo\v. \v<!I Ellis. R. M. Etlmdge. Alma Bynssee. William Martin, O. B. Watkins, A G. Biirress, J. H. Wllford. Robin Weeks, Perry Taylor, J. H. Proctor, Chester Brown, Claude L. Heathcock, N. B. Proffer, tile Rev. Mr. Bozurlh, the Rev. Mr. Cooper, Enoch Tollison, T. A. Haggard, Charles Gaboon, L. Berry, J. I". Little, W. R. Samtord. A. H. Tackclt. J. H. Lions, Jamc.s Howell. B. Sanderson, E. T. Criddle, Alvin Goode. Oscar Wilmington and Chns Et!i- ridgc. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. Don Haley entertaining members of Hie Thursday Night . Club 7:30, at her home on' E. Kcn- !tucky. { Jaycccttes will meet at the clubroom nl 7 o'clock for a pot luck supper. Friday Chapter N. p. E, O. Sisterhood will meet at the home of Mrs. mley B. Jones in Manila for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Model Meeting ot Ihe Alpha Delta Chapter of ueta Sigma Phi will meet, 2'30 p. in., at the home of 1 Mrs. Andrew Moses at the corner) ot DougRn and Franklin. [ Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn, Mrs. Charles Langston Jr.. and Mrs. G. O. Poctz j entertaining with a party at the I Hotel Noble at 1:30 o'clock honor- ! ing Mrs. Clco Lnngston | Dorcas Sunday School Class of | the First Baptist Church meeting j at 2:30 p.m.. r,t Ihe church v/r'i ' Mr.5. A. H. Wallace and Mrs. J. F. : Rowland as -hostesses. i Women's Missionary Socielv Exec- I ulive Board of the First Baptist Church meeting at 2;30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Marion Williams, Mrs. A. A. Hardy entertaining members of the C. B. C. Club. Mrs. Harman Taylor entertaining members ol the Friday Bridge Club nt her home. Amlcn Bunco Club meeting at tile lio;ne of Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Arfconsons Elected On Hospital Board MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 1. (UP) —The Rev. Fred H. Peoples o! Brownsville, Tenn., and J. P. Fogleman of Marion, Ark., wore re-elected today as vice president of the Methodist Hospital Board of Trustees. The Rev. L. H. Estcs of Djers- burj;, Tenn., was re-elected secre- tary. Other board members elected Include: Mis. S. Homer Tatum, Alamo, Tenn.; the Rev. John A. Wornack. Marked Tree, H. K. Barwick, Wynne, the Rev. Paul v. Galloway, Fayclteville. Mrs. Tom Tucker, Hughes, and J. H. Craln, Wilson, all in Arkansas. Read Courier News Want Ads To get T«I relief jou nuut the now of thl« vlUl w»tolc Jul «1 nithorltle.. la Ind.pendVn lory t«U on Hum»n «tom»ch», h»« PMItlve proof sho Also. SS3 Tonlo belp. ula.yr oiianlo. weak, watery blood In tional aneml»_4o with ae this gastric ai B «tlvo ]ulc«, fl hlood you should »ai better. seplttr Icel better, wort better, pliy totter Avoid punlshln B jour.elr wltn oVer- floscs ot soda «ad othtr .Ik.lizeni to counteract KM ana blowing wh.n whit jou «o dearly need 1m SSS Tonlo to hrtn you digest tood lor body strength mud repair. Don't waltl Join the Tho«6 of happy peoplo SSS Tonlo ha< hclned Millions of bottles .old. Get a bottlSor SSS Tonlo from your drUR a lore todar. SSS Tonio helps BuUS Stuidl B«««i, "Wood" Fish The Japnnscs drv R salt water fish, bonlto. until it is almost as hard as wood and then shave it I off with a. tool resembling a carpenter's plane. At The Hospitals Blylhcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Frank Bailey, Armorel. Hollis Meeks, Hiintington, \V. Va. Mrs. Willie Beasley, city. Betty Jo Alley, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. A. R. Olsen, city. Baby Westbrook, Luxora. Two Motorists Fined For Traffic Violations James Mills ot Blytheville was fined $25 ajid costs in municipal court today on charges of driving | a motor vehicle while under thei Influence ol liquor. The fine was j suspended during good behavior. Alforil Williams of Blylhevilie was fined S25 and cost on charges of reckless driving but costs were .suspended. Both, men were arrested by Blytheville police yesterday. AT KIRBY'S THIS WEEK F Richard Hudnut Home Permanent Cold tVaves. More so- Intion. more curlers, more neulralizer. best of every thing. Complete kit—$2.75. Refills 51.50. Shick Razor Deal Razor-Blades-Lather cream $1.85 Value for 89c TOEN SEE US Whitman Candy We have inslailed two refrigerator candy cases to properly keep candy at the right temperature all year around. Sufficient stock to (ake care of all your candy needs. Alarm Clocks $2.00 up Merfon Silvtr Polish 50« & 85c ALL AND * SEE YOUR DOCTOR, —^^^^"f^^BMBBH Garden Insecticides Blaster $1.95. Refill $J.OO PMffipB Milk Magnesia 50c Size 39c V"*s SalT« 3fc5« Size 25c -Moth Rail Flakes- Moth Crystals • J.arvex- Rayer Aspirin 75c Size—59c ' i Kidney Pills 75c Si/.e 60c Home-made-Pasteurized Freezer Fresh. Pint 25c and 30c ATTENTION, LADIES! ])i> nnl confuse (he WASHKRKTTE willi olhcr types of self service Jaundrys. YOU DON'T IX) anything here bill brinjr your clothes and sort them mil like you want (hem washed. WK DO AT.T, THE REST! Tiring them by any time nnd return al your convenience. No appointment, necessary—bundles finished . rough-dry ready In iron or \vc«r, in apiiroximafcly one hour damp dry ready In han K on the line in 35 minutes and we furnish the soap'FUKK! Take advantage of this modern, economical service and make wash-day jusl another slop on your shopping list. WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Business Hours—7 a. m lo 5 p. m. Open Until 9 p. m on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays Alain al. Division I'hone nfifi LOOK! WHAT MOTHERS HAVE WAITED FOR ... Day & Nighi Nursery FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES! Here's wlmt folks with children hnv wauled for a long time! A responsible, safe place to leave their children while shopping, going to a movie or nn a trip. Meals are available, ns well as clean, NEW beds. NURSERY OPENS ON APIUL 4th. Just Zy, Blocks North of Main Street on Second Street CALL 2350 FOR Hour Rate Day Rate Week Rate ARTIE'S NURSERY ^untinuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN W a.m. 1Z:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday & Friday 313 North 2nd St. Hwiuvr Pays-Off In Good Appearance We'll do everything possible to help if—as customers frequently do—yon rush in nl the last mi'mile with clofhos needed immediately. Hill wo rcspcclftilly suggest (hat you anticipate your need for fresh clothes by scnc v - ing them for cleaning regularly, in rotation. Then you're ready for anything—always. UW. CLEANERS Now Phone 4343 Pick Up and Delivery Service 300 South Division m TOISON MAUREEN O'HAM 2a Paramount News ami Snort* Continuous Showing Every Day COMING SOON. TO THE RITZ HIGH WAM, with Robert Taylor and Audrev Totter THUNDER IN THE VALLEY irith 1'esgy Ann Garner ft Ix>n Mc- fnllfsler A DOIIBI.K LIFE with Ronald Colman CRY WOLF with Errr.1 Flynn and Barbara Stanwyck GOLDEN EARRINGS with Marleiw Dietrich anrf Ray Alilland GOOD NEWS with June Ali.vfon ' and Tctrr Ixtwford DOWN TO EARTH with RIU Ha.T- wnrth anil Liury Parks GREEN DOLPHIN STREET with Lara Turner anrt Van Heflin Hnv Office. Orrens fi:3» Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:90; SUrl? 1:15 Cnntlnuouj Shows Sat. i- Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honorni on Sunday II Kn.vy Theatre Thursday. & Friday

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