The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 2, 1948
Page 4
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{.FACT FOOT COURIER ew£ "hone 4461 Bridge Luncheon Given By Mr?:.M.;Q. Usrey Mrs. if: O. Ui'rey entertained memberi i of- the Mid-Week Club wich.a Uu-«'course luncheon yesterday at her home. A late : cloth covered llw dinlmi room uule at which luncheon-was served and the table was centered with » striking arrangement of hyacinths; Jonquils and narcissus !n- tersperMd with fern. During tn« afternoon bridge tunes,: prize* Vert won by Mrs. B. A. ' Lynch,, high and Mrt. Cecil Shane, second, ' Entertaining rooms of the home held bouquets of pink carnation?, nupdracotu and blue Iris. Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Byron Morse Mrs. Byron Morse was hostess yetterday when she entertained members of the Thursday Luncheon Olub and three guests, Mrs. W. J. Wuriderlich, Mrs. F. E. Black ann Miss Nancy Hughes with a Iwo . course luncheon at her home on East Kentucky. In the bridge game.? played, Mrs. R. D. Hughes won high score and Mrs, A. G. Little, second high. Bouquets of Spring flowers were used in the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Joyner Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest Mrs Edgar boium was guest yesterday with members of the Thursday Contract Club, when Mrs. T. B. Joyner entertained with a lunehwn at her home on Holly Street. , Luncheon was served at the din- Recent Bride Mrs. Jesse Eubanks was before her mnrrlasc Sunday, March 28 at the New Liberty Baptist Church, Miss Sue Long, daughter of Mr. and MM. T. B. Long. 'Student Day'Held By Caruthersville High School Pupils CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., April 2. " " Bits of News Mrs. Pniil R. Grccnwcll returned lust night from St. Louts, where she Joined other relatives who were called there by the critical (lines of Mrs. Green well's mother. Mrs. Annie Toon, who Is a patient at St. Mary's Hospital In East St. Louis. Condition of Mrs. Toon Is now greatly Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stabler of Conway, Ark., are the parents of a son born Wednesday, Mar. 31 In Conway. Their first child, he has been named George Richard. Mrs. Stabler Is the former Miss Thdma Cook (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. M E Cook. Cjipllain George Cross Jr. will leave tomorrow for Shreveport, La. after a week's visit with his parents. Me. and Mrs. George Cross. Mrs. E. o. Ambrose is 111 at her home on N. Broadway. Mrs. John K. douse is Hie f>ncst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rne before JoinidK her husband, who is R Ilight surgeon In the Army Air Corps and Is now stationed lii Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes and . Mr. nml Mrs. Ira Koonce Wednesday In Memphis. spent Mr. and Mrs. Lynn W. lirown are attending a two day association meeting of the Arkansas Under- Man Rescued From Quicksand Raymond Ellis, 41, an Elmira, New York, water board employee waits for firemen to dig him out of a hole which had quicksand in it' Ellis w*, trapped Tor one and a half hours in the quicksand when he went into an excavation to repair a pipe line. (NEA Telcphoto.) an Amerlcsn- !<x Latin America speech before the terday. He told the delegates Ihe bad news in a statement he read before the conference. The statement was not too effective. It could have been Interpreted u subject lo bar- lalnlnf. Then Marshall toolc oft his glass- M and spoke tor is minutes, "per- wnally and directly" to the delegates. That was effective. He leJ|. . e. no doubt the United States cannot •wurne the burden of aiding Latin America In addition to the European burden. Marshall emphasized that the door oni ... ..„ _ --ftrypltnl This, he said, would"he'ip pre- in his opening; serve peace and security In Ihe conference yes- Weslern Hemisphere. He remind I the Latin American delegates their countries were dependent before the war on trade wilh Europe, which the European Recovery Program Is designed to revive. Special Conference Manned The general Impression here was that the Latin American nations would postpone efforts to obtain American help until the meeting of a special economic conference. and and planned for later this year. With the economic Issue apparently taken out of discussion at this conference, Interest reverted to possible anti-Communist action. , • Chile has been trying to obtain .--- /ery i agreement among other nations to >nal billions for I draft a resolution which would DIXIE gives added flavor, extra nutritionjf to Golden Brown \A/off I AC Cris P de'icio" waffles will male • • Ci 11 IC9 * hit for breakfast or Sunday nigh* macks, especially if you jerve 'em with lots of DIXIE. And DIXIE is rich in nourishing food values, too. An economic*! source of protective ViUmin A. —"Student Day" was observed in », _ Ihe Cnrulhcrsvllle High School here Metropolitan •"•••••a v* LI ic nin.uu.Ml5 UIlClcl- 2° is w.,^.£ orsl'^r""" Club M < ets I Pay" ... ( Activity Insurance" Company * Wi.son rorreu of lers' duties, and to Improve teac'i r- -.tudcnt relations. Frances Parneir served as prin- . oer Tucsdny and Wednesday. Mrs, W. J. FauKht hns returned to her home | n w es t, Miss., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Koonce an altcartive arrangement of mix €d C& "tSTstternoon brldfie I * C £^ yr ^Sndl^ WSS? ' S '^P^'^' 'oltar^reWI™^ games, high score WHS won by Mn. ers' duties and to' icadi- tucsdnv and WKHH.CH.V O. W. McCutchen and second high student relations by Mrs. R..L. Banister. Mrs; Haley Entertains Thursday INight Club Mr§. Don Haley was hostess last night when she entertained ths Thursday Night Club members at her home on E: Kentucky. purllij the rook games, Mrs. Lola • Barker won high score and Mrs. Holland 'Alicen, roolso. Spring '-flowers were attractively arranged in the entertaining rooms of^theihome. Selrtshmcnts were served bv Ihe ™t'^..* • -x^^sss ffists^^sfM^^wfpsi's ryn Taylor, high school secretary- I ™ "?* «L ; IU °' wel ' c thc stenournnhnr ' BHCsts Wednesday of Mr. niiri \x r . I '. Mrs. Allen Is Hostess To Club Eight Members' Mrs. R. C. Allen was hostess yes- , stenographer. Caruthersville Schools Announce Honor Rolls CARUTHBRSVILLE, Mo., April 2. -The High for School students, both ens, oth senior high and junior high, wns announced for the third quarter . -...ncsday of Mr. and Mrs. uagrone Whlllle. Mr, and Mrs. Parker Cassldy and son, Bobby of Catron, Mo. were the sucsls Sunday of. Mr. and Mrs P B. Jarralt. Mrs. Joseph Hodgson left loday for ni) extended visit with her daughters Mrs. Augusts Dufhllo and Mrs Alvin Simon and family in New An yesterday by school officials H^rS 8 * ° f "?," ' s requlrcd to » thS >^ • anti tlws * " Rm(:cl f or the third quarter -are' !• , Seniors-Carolyn Christian, Dc- r '* Hlcks ' -Ernestine Medlin. Jo ' y> " " Fri W'«M terday when she entertained mem- , Doroihv n V ' " Fr '«" !cs j bers of Club Eight at the Rustic Inn. J. 0 ™. '',L Pr ^ c or ' J Pc B85' i ' During the afternoon bridg- Ani ?",„ , c R -? lnn<| . Shirley *am«i, Mrs. H. O. Partlow won high j^ T! £*' ™ rls Willis, E *am«i, Mrs. M. O. Partlow won high score and Mrs. Otto Scrape, sec ond-high. A dessert course was served by the:hb.tes«. ' . • Mbted Spring flowers were arranged in the entertaining room. f • • • At The Hospitals BljthfvlIIt Hoapltal Dismissed: Mrs. Arm on Oh en. city. . Walli Kotpltal Dismissed: W. A. Coalter, city. Mrs. Paul Green, Huffman. Mrs. C. B. Nance. Tyler. Mo, Mrs. W. T. Baugher, Hornersville, Mo. Mrs. Frank Turck, city. Mrs. Myrtle King, city. Mrs. L. D. Morris, city. eat' ' ; lin Tn M', ° rr0 ' BOD J< >P»n. Joe Mulr. James G. Tnylor jJimlors-Mnrflyn Connor, Tom- Clvd ^"i DCbC '''' y ' Mnrtha K »»" AuS, ,f ohllslon ' Emma Staten Van- Ausdall, Jean Alford. J«'ne Hankins, D 0rothv Wayne Meadows, Rubv Mu Orleans, LR. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook will leave this afternoon for Conwny where Mrs. Cook will be with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Stabler. Mr. Staler and Infant son for a week (', « k wil1 ret »'-»il»>.ric Sunday. Mrs. R. O. Alien Is In Little Rock J"j l ' c , srhe * m "Wend, the Annual Stale Music Festival of the high school glee clubs in Arkansas today inn tomorrow. • . • . Dr. Frank SmlUi has returned lo llf. w ( 1 Cl ^'' Neb , r " Rfter 'Pending ine Winter liere wflh his • daughter Mrs. R. P. Klrshner.and family ' Mrs. w, L. Horner Is spending the weekend in Pickens,,Ark.) as gum Sophomores— Susnj»" c.-iiti «"cn Kin* d. " •*-« »*-'in-IHJll, l\ia- Abbott, Doris Carroll, Jo M . Pat" • BPUy Ncni "=t * ™ nk NeDlJ '' Cooler Methodist WSCS MeetsWithMfs.Campbell The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Cooler Methodist, Church held their March program meeting in the home of Mrs Vcl- mer Campbell Tuesday, with 19 members present. Mrs. Henry Zohncr, vice-president was in charge of the business session and Mrs C. D. Wright gave \* £ e ™ llonal - Mrs - William Brvan led the lesson study on the subject Christian Highways In Japan " Refr/3hments were served by the ty Elkins, Helen Figgin, Hancock, Harriett Hawk n ^ Seventh Grade—Charlie Mae Ab bott. James Bnrksdnle, Homer Dale Bracey. Shirley Brantlcv Carolvn • Peerless Employes Have Sales Meeting, Dinner Employes of the Peerless Cleaners -, t " SM - M the planl "»• * n Dinner and sal« meeting. A. Bickerstaff was j n charge chie, Wllma Pease. Dick Richar son, Ann Sawyer, Bettv Sue Shir" ley. Bobby Trantham. Norma w{ I er. D«lght wails, Jin WB kins E. B Gee Sr., Is in Blytheville rSaC'nt." 11 " 8 ^ " und ^° ta « Mrs. U. S. Branson accompalned by her mollici. Mrs. w. B. Fullerton of Daw-son Spring.,. Ky., who has been the K uest of her daughter for several weeks, left yesterday for Dawson Springs, «-|,ere Mrs Branson wilt visit for several days a ; 2,c Loren William Meyers son of Mrs Olnd-r. Myers of BlythevlUe Is serving aboard t.l, s aircraft carrier USS Princcnton, now at the harbor In San Diego. Calif Mrs Thomas Blckham and dau- Rhter, Nancy, returned today lo their home In Blanchard. L a after a Trccm V ' 5lt WUh h " brotl '« r ' Curtl s S 2;c Charles M. Brown, son of C A. Brown of Luxora. has entered Avntion Fimriameiunl Schools at the rsaval Air Technical Training Center „> Memphis Tenn., the Navy announced today. . Mrs Guy Trlslcr and lnf a , U daughter, Jeanne, were overnight last night of Mr. and Mrs Edrington and family in SOLIDARITY (Continued from Page 1) omics of the American peoples" 2. To take measure.? to suppress the ,,« of-VlecUi^a'board'ol ,' f^U^a^"*'^^? h.'ter- Trustees e.ected were Mrs. J ohi) | " 3 " To Z^n^n' 7£ M , SUlC '" :LM. to r.»"-?•«• *"** *•» <^'<«™-ne^te a ur£".« At Osceo/o High School OSCEOLA. Ark.. Apr. 2—The first meeting of the Osccoia Progressive Club since its incorporation, was licld last night at the Oiceoln High "-' The meeting was called for elected for a period of three S'eai-n Mrs. w. a. Bnrkctl of Bnsseti ancl tlic Rev. L. T. liiwrencc of o.5ccol«. two years, Mrs. John Wliite and A. W. Young, one year. The board of trustees Is empowered to elect Us officers consisting . nf president, secretary and trcas- j urcr, from the members of • the ' boafd whose term of office will ran concurrently with their terms n.-, trustees. The preliminary drawing of Ihc building which will house the Mississippi County Library and provide quarters for the Progressive Clubroom was exhibited at the meeting. As soon a.-, overall plans of the building are agreed upon, plans and specifications., will be prepared oy Uzelie Branson, 'architect'of Blv- thevillo. The building is lo be erected on the lot owned by the Osceola Progressive Club at the corner of West Hale Avenue and Maple Street in Osceola. solidly in suppression of the activities of Communists, and exchange information on the measures adopted. Tile conference turned to the Issue of Communism after U. S Sccrclar,. of State George C. Marshall killed any Latln-Americin DISTRIBUTED BY L. D. FLEMING Blytheville, Ark. John Fo/sorn's Fcit/rer-m-Low To Defend Him in Suit MONTGOMERY. Ala., April 2 I UP)—Alabama Gov. James E. .som rtLscloscd todny that the fa- Iher of his late wife will be his chief defense counsel in a paternity Milt brought against him by a woman who seeks to Imve him declared her common-law husband ami the of her infant son. Foisora said he will be represented by Judge J. A. Carnlcy of Elba. Ala., rather of the Into Mrs. Fo)so;n who died .several years ago. The governor has until April 1 ID' aiisu-ci- ch.-trees filed agamsi him by Mrs. Christine Putman Johnston, of Hnr.cnvillc. Ala., tlinl he fathered her 20-inonth-old son. Osreoln. Mr. and Mrs. w. P. Daniels flew to New Orleans. La., today where they will spend several days vacation. Mrs. Frank Tiirck U'ns dismissed from the Walls Hospital today, where she had been a patient for several days, to her home. 1026 W. Wnlmit St. Her condition is satisfactory. OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER 4343 BRINGS FASTER SERVICE FINER CLEANING C&W CLEANERS South Division Street ?L i"*""« n »<t discussed tlw topic, -How to Render Better Service to the Public". At the close of the business session he appointed committees [or the next meeting, to be held May 5 Day & Night Nursery FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES! »«U are avUlabte, „ we ll „ clean^NEW OPENS ON APRIL *, North „, M , |n •« Second street CALL 2350 FOR ^ Hour Rate Day Rate Week Rate ARTIE'S NURSERY 313 North 2nd St. 9fi6 ATTENTION, LADIES! Do nnl confuse the WASHERK'ri'E with olhcr lypes of .self service laundrys. YOU DON'T DO Riiylhing here but brins: your clolhes and sor[ (hem out like you wanl Ihem washed. WK DO ALT, THE REST! Brinj; (Kern by any time and return at your convenience. No appointment necessary— bundles finished rough-dry ready fa iron or wear, in approximately one hour— damp dry ready (,> hang on the line in 35 minutes and we furnish the soap FREE! Take advantage of (his modern, economical service and make wash-day ji, st another slop on your shopping list. WASHERETTE LAUNDRY AUTOMAT! C Husiness Hours_7 „. m (o 5 n. m. Op«n Until 9 ?. m on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays . _.. . .' at Division 194S present a solid American front against Communism, but It wa» undcrslood there were xlrong ex- Iremes o! opinion lo be reconciled. Argcnlina, Gualemala, Eduador and Peru arc expected to hold out against a strong resolution, while some other nations favor the opposite extreme and want an agreement to break relations with Hus- sia. The United Stales Is unlikely to give support to such an extremistu proposal, allhough one. high Amcr- lean official confirmed that tilt U. s. definitely wants the conference to take some kind of anti- Communist action, Ask for it by name.. Gxapetie . 4r / SODA .*.*.*A CRAPEITE, Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :MJ a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:38 p Last Time Today Foxes of Harrow willi Rex Harrison and Maureen O'Hara Paramount News ana snorlj Continuous Showing Kvery Day SATURDAY Serial ^'Brick Bradford" -No. U ." and Short ' ' - ' Cont. Shows Sat. 11 a.m.-.ll:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday : Paramount News and Short t'otll. Showing Sunday 1:30 lit 11:0* TRY OUR DELICIOUS FRESH FRIED CRAPPIE "There's No Place Like DIXIELAND For Fine Flavorful Foods!" DIXIELAND CAFE North Highway 61 at Holland, Mo. Phone Steele 17F22 Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1S Continuous Shows Sal. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored nn Sunday at Ko.xy Theatre- Last Time Today My Darling Clementine with Henry Fonrta and T.inda Hamcll Selected Shorts Saturday Law of 45's with BI K Boy Williams Serial: "Canadian Mounted" No. T and Short Continuous Showing Saturday Sunday and Monday F»i Nein and Selected Shnrt Conl. Showing Sunday 1:30 to 11:M

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