The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 4, 1944
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PACE .TWO BLYl'IIEVIUiE' (AUK.)' GOUUIBR-' NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1944 New Officers Installed At-Parent Teacher Meet Mrs. I/. E. Baker.-war Installed as II 1C:new president of Sudbury Parent - Teadier Association at the held yesterday altemaon Benno Rablnof, Violin Artist Wil! Give Concert Here May 72 at Die school, the-final one of this school year. Other officers installed ""yesterday were Mrs. Bates Stufdy, vice president, Miis Almn Peters, treasurer, Mrs. Richard Norton, secretary, and Mrs., George Shanks, historian. •; TKe meeting was preceded by an executive board meeting presided ovoii by Mrs. Jesse M, Whlf. retiring iiresldent. The president's message \\. by Mrs. Margaret Daniels, and mus Winnie Virgil Turner taught the studv course on, "Summer Activl- tlesjor Clil)dren". LteuL Koliler of the' Mississippi Counts' Health Unit showed a government film entitled- "Malaria nnd Its £onlrol". limbers voted to buy a $100 War Bond, and- to serve as co-hostess at the 'county Parent Teacher Assocl- atioji meeting to be held In October., Mrs. Shields Edwards gave a report .on - the summer round-up held last month at the school, and Mrs": Wendell Phillips and her . committee were given a vote of thanks for the. splendid work done on,the liotMunch project. liljis Matf. Hublcr's room received .first'., prize 1 ' in the room count, with Miss Christine Seymour's room receivitig second: prize. Mfs. Baker then'.' took over the chafr. and announced' her committee chairman for the coming year, including Mrs. Earl, Buckley, program, Mrs.. D. C. McLcnn,, study course, Mrs. Shields .'Edwards, publications, Mrs. G.-. E. , Glllenwater, publicity and. radio, .Mrs. Toby Lon£. finance, Mrs. Jerry Hcnrn, war^activities. Mrs. Dixie Crawford, husp.Stiuity, Mrs. Tim Estcs. membership; Mrs. Wendell Phillips, hot luncii project; Mrs. S. C. Owens, sun^ner round-up, Mrs.,E.' F. Fry, safely and' Mrs. George StllKvell. welfare .chairman. Wednesday Bridge, Ckih Dispands For Summer - WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CIx-14 Mrs. W. J; Wunderlich was hostess to members- of the Wcd- nesfiiiy Bridge: Club yesterday .nt, her, home. Tor the final party 'of tins--season. < Hoses forrned:th"e:centerplece for the,; luncheon : table, while otter Spring, flowers."decorated the llvi'ig rooms where bridge was played during the- afternoon: ligh score- prize 'wns received by Mr*,. Ross Dl-.'Hug'iies, and' second hiih by Mrs/'" Baker Wilson Three guesis^Mrs.. Jw?ries, Mrs J. -CA. Leech ''amr'Mfs;' C." w, Afflict, attended the affair. iWi-|. Blomeyer, Is.Hostess ToECluB - Members, Guests i<fs. W..•" B. Gnrrott nnd Mrs Chester-Nabers-,were guests of Mrs E. a B16meyer< yesterday- aftcrnooi whej! she entertained: members oi ther.Wcdiiesday- Contract Club al her-Thome. • Ills and roses decorated the en- terloining room=>where small tables were arranged for brldgs g23ncs played during the afternoon. Mrs. .Garrott received high score prizi, among: the guests, while Mrs A; q. Hall and Mrs.' James V. Dates tied~for high score In: the club. Light refreshments were senect Benno Rablnof, one of the greatest of American violinists, will appear in a concert presentation at the high school auditorium on the night of May J2. Appearing with Mr. nnulnof will be Miss Sylvia Smith, pianist, who studied In New York under M. Vol- enline ami Rudolph SerUin. Stic toured the continent after making her debut in Paris In 1937, nnd Jins wen widely acclaimed for her tcch- ..Ic and unusual Interpretations. Mr. Rablijof's rise to fame Is typical of American "success stories." Born on Manhattan's lower East side, he began the study of the violin at the age of three and before he was 12, wns accepted as n pupil of Leopold Auer, who trained such celebrities as Elinnn nnd Helfltz. Those attending the concert In Blythcvllle be able to hear Krelslcr's arrangement of Schubert's "Avc Maria" played by Mr Rablnof, and "Rnpsndy In Blue," Gershwin, by Miss Smith, as two features of the varied program. The concert has been arranged under the sponsorship o/ the Blythevillc high school band and chorus. Jewces Held Yesterday : or Mrs. /von P. Wyse Ftuieral services P. Wyse. former Iicld for Mrs. Ivnn locnl resident,, were held at 1 o'clock yesterday nftcrnobn at the National Puneral Home in Memphis wllh the Kev. D. A. Ellis officiating, nurlal wns mnclc nt Halls. Tcmi. Mrs. WyEC, sister of Mrs. I. H. Johnson iitul F. E. Wurren, (lied early Tuesday morning nt her home niter on illness oi Hourly two years. Seen These Girls? Baptist Church To Be Dedicated At Number Nine Sunday will sen the fulfillment, of. n drciim long cherished by members of the Number Nine Community for on Hint clny the linptlst Church.' coniulelnl in April I9«, will be dcdlcnted. Now free of all indebtedness, the modern structure which consists of a main auditorium, baptistry, live Sunday School rooms r,n<l two wlnys which can be used as supplementary Sunday School rooms, will bo dedicated nt services to begin nt 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon wllli n song service to be conducted by (lie Rev. ' G. D. Magce, pastor of the Del! Baptist Church. The dedication prayer will be offered by Morris Huston of Dell a brother of the pastor, the Rev. Mitchell Huston, while the dedication sermon will be given by Ihe Rev. George Bugg ot llic Half Moon Church. There'arc approximately- 05 members of the church, cortsisliifg' largely of-residents of the-Number Nine community. Sunday School nnd worship services nre held in the church each Sunday under the leadership Huston. of Rev. cl i Guest s Eriter?ain? At-Bridge Party-Yestii;- ' n^d roses decorated^the William Dolen apartment at Ooff Hqtcl yesterday afternoon when-Mrs. Dolen -entertained members of the A D. Q. Club nnd four- guests- for an afternoon of bridge. Guests included Mrs. P. Don Smith, Mrs.. Frank Whitworlh, Miss Frances Little and Airs.,.Annfe.Ruth Blaylock of Mem- phLvhouscguest of Mrs Dolen Mrs. Elbert Huffman received high-score prize and. Miss Little liad^second high; • A.dessert course wns served. i i * * • Sort is Born Tuesday" Pvt. nnd Mrs. Rolantl Warring- j? n 'A rc the .Parente of a son born at Blytheville Hospital me, baby has been named Roland Jean. PHrate VVarrington now U rerv- ing with the Army Air trees' in England, and Mrs. Wnrrington Is making her home with her parent t Mr/ and Mrs. E: W. Burk on Dougan Avenue. "Going for n walk" said the two Ashland, Ky., high school girls pictured above when they left home on Easier Sunday. They have beon missing ever since. Virginia Hagcr (top), 15, is blonde, 5 feel, 4 inches tall' weighs no pounds. Suzanna Perry (bottom) is 13, blonde, 5 feet, l inch tall, weighs 110 pounds. Girls were traced to Charleston, W. Va., thence lo Bnsto!, Vn., where trail was lost. Preschool Round-Up For Langs Scheduled Tuesday Plans for the nnminl Summer roitiKl-up for preschool children who plan to enter Lnngc Ecle- mcnlnry School have been announced. Mrs. Annabel Pill, county health nurse, will give diphtheria immunization shots, smallpox vneclrm- (ions and dental examination to any child who will be eligible to enter that school for the next SChOOl ti'Mll. The roimd-up will be hcW at 1:30 o'clock the afternoon of Tuesday. May 9. :it the school. Boone Brothers Now In England 'Meet' Via Phone Mrs. o. B. rtoonc received a leltci' today from her son, First Uciit, Daniel Hoone, wlio is serv- l;ie In Knjjland, telling her that he had talked with his brother. Second Lieut. David Uoone, who has arrived In England will) the Ainplilblotiii Command. The two brothers, who have not seen each other in more than two years, had a lonf telephone con- versatlon and made plans Tor an early meeting. . Mrs. Doone 1ms two other boys also In service. Corp. Sanford Hoone Is serving with the Army in Italy, while his brother, Pvl. Billy Boonc, who recently entered the .service-, is In training wllh the infantry at Miami lleach, Pla. Bits of News Mostly, Personal Mrs. Robert Phillips ami her Infant son, Robert Michcai, were today removed from the post hospital at DAAP to the home of her pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillip.-; on Chlckasawba Avcnu:. • Mrs. n. p. Brogdon Sr. is confined to her home on Holly Street, because of malaria, . Mr. and .Mrs. C. K, Gnrrlgan and daughter, Oay, who have spent (lie Winter months in Blythcvllle, moved back to their home at, Mali Moon Saturday. Mrs. H. lj. Chambers, who Jins been visiting her sister, Mrs. Quincy T. Alexander since return- Ing from an extended visit in New Orleans with her daughtjr. Mrs. Ellis Snipes and -family, has moved into hev apartment at C2C West Walnut. Mrs. H. M. Wheat, Is ill of arthritis nt her home in Pride Addition. Pvt. Elcloru Neali who is stationed at Bocarnton Air Field, Pla:, is spending s\ 15-day (urlougli as the eiieit of her parents. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Neal. Mrs. Aunie Ruin Blaylock of Memphis is spending several days here us the guest of Mrs. William Dolen. Mrs. J. L. Van Hooser and daughter, Delma, of Smithville, Tenn., arc spending several days tyire wJtli Airs. Van Hooser's par- cnj; t,fr. ntirt'Mrs;..). E.' Nniil. Miss Rachel Morgan has been lll'nt her home for the past several days at her homo near Gos- ncll, where she is suffering from a buck nilmeni; Records indicate that the number of usable automobiles has been reduced to 23,000.000. Crisp, Crunchy % Uniformly Delicious SLICED MEMPHIS PACKING CO. GUM IVliy not liavc what otlicrs enjoy'.' Spicy HOTCHU'iiini — oil, boy! «.- FARM EQUIPMENT •• Sales and Sen-Ice • H'ARR I SON ' AUTO PARTS CO. 517 W. Ash riionc 255Z I REVIVAL MEETING f APRIL 30—MAY M i- First Baptist Church " 8th and WALNUT v Rtv - E. C. Urown, 1'aslor | You are invited to attend | aM'-the 1 services ?. GOALS FOR SUNDAY, MAY 7 I Sunday School 500 —Training Union 200 Svangelisti J; G. Cothran — Singer Golc Dunn |0:15a.m -~ HOURS -_ 7:45 p.m. %Youf Baby use ?ure SwectHeart 5oa/>! Vi'ife tnollters clioo?R gentle SwcclIIcarl Soap (or lialiy's delicate young skin and linir. Famous for purity and mildness, SwcctHeart Soap is cxlr;i kind, cxlra griille-lcavca sensilive skin so soothed and sofl—so .iduralily fragranl! Begin, now, your baby's beauty rate (and / C?^? Y* y 01 "" 5 ! *oo!) witli (Hire, mild Swcellirart £f"~S':Lb Soap, in (lie liiimly-to-hold oval o;ikc! ^--^ \> f \t ^ SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP Patricia Brewer Wins First Prize In Essay Contest Members of the American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday nlgtit at the hut for their regular monthly business meeting, with Mrs, C. S. tiaggetl, president, presiding, Patricia Brewer was awarded first prize and Emily Wlxson, second^ In the Americanism essay contest recently sponsored ))y Die Auxiliary among members of the '.cnlor class of the local Jilgli school, while Luclan Colemnn Jr., a student In (he seventh grade was awarded third place for his essay which v/as accepted became of Its unusual qualities. Prizes were defense stamps, Harry Carter Farr and nichiird Toivnley received lion- onible mention In the contest. Mrs. Ed B. Book made a report on Hie district convention held April 2C In Joncsuoro. and tokl of tlie rehabilitation work being carried on at the Veterans Hospital i) Llllle Rock, where 206 veterans of World War II are being caved 'or, together wllh many veterans of the first World War. Members of the local Auxiliary voted to do- nnte $5 for candy for (hcse veter- ins. • Cor|>, Sinnlcy L. Lorlng of I?an- lolph Field, Texas, who Is in Bly- Ihcvlllc with the recruiting office tor the Air WAC, made a brief talk before the meeting adjourned until May 1G. when a special meeting .vill be held, to which each member is asked to bring a member who 1ms not been atlomlmi; the meetings regularly. Magician Entertains Kiwanis Club Members M. S. Wliltford, amateur magician of Joncsboro, gave a program ail the luncheon meeting ot members! ot the Klwanls Club held ycster- la yat Hotel Noble, Brief talks on behalf or the re- crultlng drive now being carried out for tlic Air WAC were made liy IJeiit. T, T. Kunno ami Corp Stanley L. Lorlng of Randolph Kleld, both of whom arc here for the drive. Other guests at the luncheon included J. E. Tluirstoii and c ,\l Mack, Ijoth of Jonesboro. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitccl— Mrs. John W. Hill, Osceola. Dismissed— 1 Mrs. li. L. Simpson, city. Nellie Sue Moser, Tyler. Mo. Oscar Dinsmorc, Manila. Martha. Clnrk, city. Tilvtlicville Hospital Aduiillcd— Mi.s. J. 0. Cleinons. city Mrs. Elv'lc 'Hull, city. Leoln Tliomjison. ateele. Mo. Memphis Uapllst Hospital -Admitted— ' Mrs. Altle Hatchcock. Dyess. M<l.]|>!iis St. Joseph's [losnilal Admitted— Mrs. Andrew Pickle. Osccoln. Mcmlilris illeltmillst Hoxniliil Admitted— ..Betty Keith, Leachville. Coming Eventi r FRIDAY < ; Mrs. W. S. Langdon entertaining B.C. Club. '.'Chapter "N" of P.E.o. mecllii" W(th Airs. J. w. Adams Jr.. 2:30 p. m Mrs. Johnny Jlickman entertain ing Initial Club. ^Friday Luncheon. Club meeting with Mrs. J. c. Ellis. Afdies Bible Class of First Meth odtst Church meeting , at ctuirci fOfjmonllily social, 7:30 p. m. '] \ \ SATURDAY A'. A. P. W. meeting with Mi" Bancrolt Terry, willi Mrs. E. E Quelmalz as co-hostess, 3 E. Reigns As Queen J. 0. Simmons Among Convicts Granted Parole LITTLE IJOCK, Ark., May 4.-J. O. Simmons, 44-year-old Blythevillc resident, convicted on a charge of forgery and. uttering and sentenced to three years in the penitentiary. Wednesday was among 32'convict* paroled by (he State Faiole Hoard. Simmons, who pleaded guilty to forging two checks on his stepmother, wns sentenced Feb. 12, 1942. Two other convicts sentenced from Mississippi County were among the 12 convicls from East Arkansas comities .to receive paroles. They were Shirley Curtis who was sentenced Nov. w, 1940 to 10 years for second degree murder and Lawrence Manlcy. sentenced April 9, 1043 lo two years for grand larccnv. Mcvleo'TolKirco Sets Higli MEXICO CITY (UP)—The statistical bureau of (tie Mexican ministry of national economy reported the prediction of cigars and cigarettes iiv Mexico reached an ull-tbnc high of H5.000.000 pesos (about sn 500,000 U. S.) during 1042 Miss Carolyn Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Peterson, was named senior queen by boys of the senior class at Dlytheville high school last \vr-pk-. Slie was crowned at ceremonies held Thursday night immediately following the annual senior play at the high school auditorium. Tired' Husbands! Rundown Wives! Want New Pep, Vim, Energy? '<b o( tilth an J womui, \vtnk, run.lown, P«D- , , , ^t icon, i-oiiUi'vly atnaud k ftfitl-t of Usiru-. SjpjJit.,) thtr,it,tittii Jotfs ol iron IW |iep r \irali1>; i>rw.>hy\t.!riie ,lu/vi of vitamin Hi 1'IWICI. riiliifiinini.bilya.luUrwiuiitini-nl) tai^rotcct »x-s»tHSt iltficit-ney (affc <,( nut: plu.i tritium, vtw iili'.n». Try l^lsmom ionic fur li.ilHs.rt^usKJ. |[cn-i»)uc romlitlujii tl^aljnalit you [et-Uveak, tired*U(, vlih'f limn ywr j, ars ,S'ntci;il ffitnniuf(.>fy sue rosis uniy SOL-! tltt jl slits Luivli.- 'labUts 1UIMY. At ull druu iwi'is evurywiLcrfe — in lUyiljcvilic. nt Klrhy Wruc. [JOW TO RUIN AND ll's Iragic how eomc girls lose their friends and ruin their dresses llecanso of perspiration odor ami-stains. And ; there's no excuse for it! It's easy to ! E;WC ilrctses, it's t«s_>- lo save friends. l ^^""Ullicncwcrcnnuleoiloranl | Ifint Jictps kcq. your armims dry mill : remove* Ihe o.lor from per s ,,i r: ,iinn. Arri.I 13 Bafp-aiul dependable for Ineac 5 reasons: 1. TDocs not irri t ate ski n. Docs not rot dre£i'e3 «r men's hltirls. DRESSES LOSE FRIENDS Florist Starts a War for G[ ROCHESTER (Ui>)—The clay will' come when a certain serviceman will have a lot of explaining to rio. Recently he wrote an order to a local florist to send each of four young ladies a corsage, and asked that card signed, "Love, Mike," be sent with each one. Pleased with (he soldier's $10 order, the florist placed the letter In his display window for all to see. And if '-Mike" doesn't face a battle on the homo front when he comes marching home, scores of speculators are going to iosc their bels. Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless igSits eay your fctifaeys contain 15 mil s or filers wlilch help to purify tiio teep you hcallJiy. \\Vji tiity get dun 1 t work right in (i, 0 daytime loljavQ to gel ui> nights. 1'rcquciit Ooctoraeay your fctifaeys contain 15 mil of liny lutes or filers wlilch help to purify tiio blood and te *iml ami du iiianyiiftoplo or ecanlyijassuges whii tni K sometimes eticnva Ihc/e u fioinclhhin wtojir u'jlh your kidneys or Ihdtlcr. Don't ncutwt ills condition and lose valuable, restful Fl-jfj). , Wliun disorder of kidney function prrr of lo Kniniii in your lj]o<xl (lagging backside, s maWof lo ay olso CRUSO (laggi , iairu, Ici- pains, Iocs of pop imcl cn.cryy, , [milJnc-ss under |!ie vycs, ho ad ai: ISM imij djijjiitws, y Ouu't wait! Ask sk your Hrut-gist for iMan'tt PiILs, used Buccosaf nils- by tuil Items for over •») yeura. They jfivo happy mid will )i<-ln (lie l.limhs of kidney tuhi'a [lusli out poison- 003 was to front your t)loo«f. Get Dcau'u I'illa. The Gift Shop Modern and Antique (lifts COSMETICS BABY GII'TS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A (lift Tor Everybody Ingram Bid?. Dionc 225! MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S , BEAUTY SHOP 104 8. First Phono 2532 j Bring Us Your \ Beauty Problems \ Evenlnpt By Appointment 2. Prevails nnilcr-arm odor. IH-ln), slop i>i-rs|>ir;ilion safely. 3. A jmra \vljile, :»ilisc{ilic, Elaiuless crcum. 4. No wailing lo dry. Can Im n ,e,l riglit after sllii'viiis;. 5. Awarde l warded Approval ScalofAmrnran usliliilc of ijjiumleririg ....... harm. less to.fnlmc. Use, Arrid rcgnlhrly. Arriii ia llic largest selling deniloranl i! iiL.-iil stores selling loilelifooils— , 3'Je nnil 59c n jnr Soli! iiL.-i 10c, tfffi aturda Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens'1:45 Shovr Starts 2:00 " LISTEN TO KLC!>7 i;00 n.ra. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Sfort the Season With One oi Our SMART STRAWS Types (o .suit every fatiry—hr.ikled palms, pei-foralort filirc straws, Ijakus, ;tnd a few quality pananias. Choose tVom our coinplelc new sliowing. In Blythoyillc Since 1902 Thursday and Friday EddU'BRACKEM 8eify Faramount .Vfttt.s ami Selected Shnrt Sul»ject Matinees Sat. & Sim. Only Operu e*ch night 6:30: Starfj 6:« Ojwns Snnday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Contltmons Shows Sat. »nr] Stin. 1»r«a!n Nighf Every Ni^lit Exrept Saturday. tft> passe* honored on BrtniJ*}- at the Kory. Tiuirsday and Friday RICHARD GREENE with GtlW STOCKFItlO • DONAID STEWART CHARLES HESLOP • SIOHEY KINO - BASIL' .RAOrORD-Diietled by WALTER FORDE . Stl«AP

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