The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 9, 1948
Page 4
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PAGE POUft Society • * «,WHEV[LLE (ARKJ COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 Luncheon Given ri. C. A. Cunningham !• Mrs. 0. A. Cunningham vas hostess ye*t«rday [a members of the Mid-Week Club and two guecls, ;;Xr«. rarrU McCalla and Mrt B»!c- ' >r WiUon, when ih« entertained with a luncheon at her home on We^t Hear*. Luncheon was served from tli« dining table centered with a itrlk- -ingjananjemfnt.of pans its in a low ^crystal bowl. Tulips, 11180.5 and hy- "acioth* wen attractively arranged in [the entertaining rooms of the home. •••••'•' / In the afternoon bridge, games, Mri. M. p. Usrey won high score 'and Mr». W. Ii. Hornsr, aecoiid high, Mrs. Matheny Hostess ;To Bunco Club, Guests ' Mrs,' Jack. Matheny was hostess yesterday to members of the Friendly Eitht Club and three guests, Mrv 'H..A. Jones, Mrs. Jerry Hearn and Mr*. Herman Hoffman, During the bunco games, Mrs. Jorjea.wpn high score, Mrs. Gene Ellis, low score and Mrs. 0. R, Os•burn, bunco. -The hostess served a dessert course n'lth iced drinks. Mrs. Scherer Hostess ;To Royal Neighbors f Mrs. Leon Scherer was hostess at her home this week to members of the Royal Neighbors, : During the business meeting, the ^charter was draped In memory of » departed neighbor, Mrs. Sara Ogle S Several vocal selections were glv- "*h by.'Mrs. quentlh Sprnyberry ac- ,<*tnpalned by Mrs. Scherer at the piano. .•..'.: , ,' Refreshments were served by the hasiew. , . • ; i ;.-..»- • • Mrs. Hinson Entertains •Jolly, "Eight Club Members , Jolly ; Eight Club members were •ntertalned yesterday at the home at Mrs. rHarold- Hinson at 110 East Dougan.' , ;' Irt th«'afternoon rook games, Mrs. J. O. Huey won high score. Mrs. Neville Blackemore, second high and Mrs. W. B. Mayo, rooko. Bouquett of baby narcissus and hyacinths were used In the entertaining rooms of the home. The .hostess served a sandwich plat* with iced drinks. Thursday Contract Club M«et*'With; Mrs. Keck t "^H^iurtday Contract Club members •nltmtaed yesterday nl the homa Ijt.Mrs.. &--«.' Keck with a bridge ijuncheon jj Thi dining room table at which ^tht hmcheon waa :served, wan cen- .,'tered with a striking arrangement of t"llps and Wncs-fn a low bowl. When bridge games -were played during the afternoon, prizes were »0n by Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, high and Mrs R. U Balnster, second Beta Lambda Club Me«U With Mrs. C. Abraham Mrs. C. Arbaham was hostess Wednesday night when she entertained members of the Beta Lambda Club at her home on South Lake St. The opening devotional WM given by Mrs. a. A. Oeorg« Sr., after which Minx Eva George, president, preiided during the builness session. Report* were given by the secretary and the treasurer. Following the meeting, the hostess served refreshments of a salad with iced drinks. She wa» assisted In serving by her daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Deal. » • • Seekers Class Meets At Methodist Church The Seekera Class of the Firit Methodist Church met last night in the social roonu of the church for a meeting and pot luck supper. There were U members present. Jack Owen, president, presided during Ihe business sc.wion, arid appointed the following committees, publicity, Miss Ruth Se«y and Miss Entopla Whllworth; membership, Mrs. Fred Steadman and George Spaeth. recreation. Miss Mamie Adams and Miss Mary Ellen Hill; food. Miss Iva Seay and Mrs. Jack Owen. Following nupper, various gam^s were played and group singing. Violin Recital To Be Presented At High School The »owl»ton School of Music will sponsor a violin recital at the high school auditorium Wednesday. April H, at 8 p.m. Quest artists will be Mar.x J. Pales, violinist and Kenneth R. Osborne, accompanist. Mr. Halts Is the new assistant professor In charge of violin and stringed instruments at the Unl- | Vcrntty of Arkansas. He II a nattv* lot Cleveland. Ohio. He went to the University of Arkansas from CoHimbln university, where he received a master of Aria Degree and Professions! Diploma. Mr, Osborne is chairman of the division of Pine and Applied Arts at the University of Arkansas and is also head of the Music Department. ?** 1 * " * i^Mrs. Jobe Entertains "Club Eight Members , Mrs Paul Jobe entertained mem- i b»rs of Club Eight yesterday at her '\hcme West Main Street. During the afternoon when bridge 4' g«mes were played, Mrs. Graham ' SUdbury, won high and Mrs. G O •Poetir'second high. •Entertaining rooms of the home *«re decorated with bouquets of hyacinth* and oiher Spring flower;;. , ;The hostess served a dessert v eourae • • • ' -Club Is Entertained By Mrs. W. A. Stickmon Mrs. Wilbur Wahl and Mrs. Elberl Alley were fuesW last night when Mrs. W. A. Stickmon entertained members of the Thursday Night Club at her home. Entertaining rooms of the home held attractive bouquets of Iris narcissus, apiraea and other Spring flowers. When games were played, Mrs. Wahl won high and Mrs. Alley «tc- ond. The hostess served a aalad course .with hot coffee. Auto Firm Manager, Injured in Accident, Returns from Hospital J. A. Wroton; general manager of Langston-Wroten Co. here, was returned to his home last night from Campbell's Clinic In Memphis, where he received treatment tor the past three weeks for Injuries suffered In an auto accident March 10. It was expected todny that Mr. Wrolen will be confined to his home for several weeks while convalescing from hl« injuries, He nuHcred n fractured riglit (houlder, fractured right ankle and face and head Injuries when the car lie wns driving left Highway 61 near Wilson arter he swerved to avoid a mule crossing the road. Mr. Wroten's condition was reported as much Improved today. His daughter, Mrs. Charles P. Russell of Arlington. Va., who has been with him since the accident, will return to her home Wednesday. Bits of News Arkansas Beta Club Officers Charlei Henderson, «on or Mr. and Mrs: Doyle Henderson, who is a senior at Blythevllle High School, has been accepted to Vanderbilt University, Nishvflle, Tcnn. He received his acceptance last week and will enter achool there In September. Mrs. F. E. Warren and Mrs. Doyle , Henderson spent yesterday In Mem- • phis. T. J. Bailey Is In Kennetl, Mo., today where h« will attend an Interstate Commerce Commission hearing. He will return home tonight, Mrs. C. R. Orsburn is upending today In Memphis. Mrs. Glenn Held and Mrs. Leonard Johnson will leave tomorrow! for Scout Slicnvoods, near Mobile, Ala.; where they will attend a loaders training school for a week. They are sent ns cJelcRatea by the lane Troop Association, of which Mrs. Ladd Is president. She Is also leader of the Junior High Girl Scout troop. Mrs, Johnson is leader of Brownie Troop 12. Mrs. David Bniton'of Catron, Mo., is the guest today of her parent^ Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns, Condition of Mrs. Leroy Ross, who underwent an n|)[jcii(lpctomy yesterday at Wnlls Hospital, Is Improved. Walnut Ridge Murdtr Investigation Continues WAUTOT RIDOE. Ark., April 9, (UP)—Officer* continued their in. vestigalion today Into the death at Sl-year-oJd Luther Inbell, whos- body wu found in a ditch near here Saturday night. He had been missing alnc« last March 32, and officers believe the body had been In the ditch almost two weeks. Four men were held without J h "8« after Prosecuting Attorney Millard Hardin of Newport took charge of the investigation. H was believed that Isbell may have been beaten in a fight the day he disappeared. 01 ™ uble -" . "I'm diaappointed In my dinner. I usually have much better luck with thi« menu." "Yes, I play bridge. But I'm afraid I'm not very good," We the Women R. C. AM.EN MAKV FBAN'CES GAINES R. C. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen, was elected president and Mary Frances Gaines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R..L. Gftines, elected ' secretary of the Arkansas Chapter of Heta Cluhs sit, the second Arkansas- j Missouri convention or the National Beta Club held in Little Rock April 2 and 3 at Hotel Marlon. Jews Recapture Kastel During Night Encounter Bold, Bad, Biting Fox Invades Farmer's Home MADISON, Fla., April 9. (UP) — A bold, mad fox attacked a man In the bedroom of Ills farm house near JERUSALEM April 9 (UP)— The hcle (md blt hlm tnree timcs rt " r lng .leivisli Militia Hn B nnah todnv re-', " "«-'""""« tussle, occupied the battle-scarred v'lllnzel Tho (al ' mc1 '' 28-year-old Clinton „ .,?,, Anderson, said Ihe pre-dawn on- slaughl was so sudden and so viciou' of Knstcl on the highway to Aviv Just outside Jerusalem, a Jewish agency spokesman reported. Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Mrs. James Hill Jr., and Mrs. E B. Thomas entertaining at the Hill home complimenting Miss Cnmillc Robinson, brlde-tlcct at 3:30 p. m. At The Hospitals BlyUierlU* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs Jolly Lcggctt and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. W. rreeman, Luxora. Mrs. j. M. Lynch, steele, Mis« Peggy Armstrong, Manila. Social Service Workers Return from Conference Five social workers from Missis- I slppi County returned yesterday 'ram the Arkansas Social Worker; ! Confcrwice in Little Rock. • j Those attending from Mississippi! j Count.v Welfare offices were: Mr*. Harriet Sullivan, director of Mis- ' sissippl County Welfare Asjoclatloi). Mrs. Geneva S. Lloyd. Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, and Mrs. Dulcle Wiggins, | case workers. Miss Polly Wilson of j the Child Welfare Department also I attended. Mrs. c. G, Redman .executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, also it- tended the meeting. While In Litile '. Rock she also attended a control i workers' tuberculosis conference. The agency spokesman, Michael Comay. sold Hngnnnli counter-at- wrested the slnrloclc village "from the Arab forces wlio had seized It yesterday. that he had time only to grab his trousers for a weapon. . t , Th « Madison County Health P, onrd ' treating Anderson foo ra- tncked at Kastel this morning nnrl ,, ,. --- •J ••-- " Wes. conflrmeci the farmer's statement that the fox bit him threa times. The Jews first cnpturcd (lie hill-1 .,, ,, top cltndel last Saturday, removing C'KS to Hear Laney tor the moment. Us llirent to Diej traffic on the highway vital to the LITTLE ROCK, Ark. April » supply of Jews in Jerusalem. (UF)-oov. Ben Laney will be the Some 2.000 Arab troops who P rl »cil)al speaker when the Hot stormed and captured Kastol yes- Springs Elks celebrate their golden lerday were reported lighting back! """"'crsary on May 12. The gover- furlously. Official British accounts | nor wiu address a banquet meeting said heavy firing was heard through-''? hc attended by grant! lodge of- out the night and continued morning, this ficers. b^ K 'r ir; s i™° Hotder F// « *° F '°rwo gagemcnU blazing through the Ju- w , h n for control of strategic hplcliu' le P lle '! e lale today for Memphis, dominating 'the Tel Aviv hlihwav I A*"* he *''" Joln olhcr former lifeline of supply for 100,000 Jews in' m"l y , ?" 0t Z ,°"' * resen ' e tra| n'«g Jerusalem. flight to Orlando, rid., tomorrow. iv,. ",",', *, woman makes any of the following remarks the anWer io Mssrsz'tow™ r "" y want "I'd love to have that, but I sup- 066 H?M Bht to flnd something that ; a little more practical." „ ','"'f, t , n , !ldor » ble hat, but don't you llilnk it's loo young for me?" Sometimes I'm afraid I'm not a very good mother." "I'm really shocked at how much Jane has aged since I saw her last but tlien I guess she thinks the same thing about me." are" * "*"* ** clev *'' "' yo " .. " T couldn't possibly let vou do that, but it is sweet of 'you to oner. The KUht Thinr I'm afraid I shouldn't have done so-and-so, though I w« 5 only try- j ing to do the right thing." "Now If junior bothers you, just second him home." "I'd love to have a second piece of pie. It's delicious, but I really shouldn't." "I'm nrrnjd I've put you to a lot Box Ofttce Openi 8:31* Show Starts «:45 Opens Sunday 1:M; Start* 1:IS Continuous Shows gat. & gun, Barcain N'itht Every Night Except Saturday • No passea honored on gnnda; al Roxy Thcatro Last Time Today Kid From Brooklyn with Danny Kaye and Virginia Maj« Selected Short Subjecfa Saturday JOMMMVMMK BROWN GIFTS ENGRAVED iXim 4L-r(ll/. b«i gf«v,(ig Dtpoil- Ichmuck's Jewelry store 202 Writ .Mini Serial: "Canadian Mounted" No. S and Short Continuous showing Saturday U:30-ll:3fl Sunday and Monday Fox News >n4 Selected Shorts Cant. Shuwtnr Sunday 1:M to U:M FRIDAY, APRIL f, 1949 When i woman make* any she U a«klng, but denial. Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN t:M a-m. IZ:<5 p.m. <;3d p Time Today Thunder in | the Valley »Hh ftitf Ann Garner »n(f ton McCalllster Paramount New* and Short Continue,!! Sbowinf Every Day ! ? Saturday Serial: "Brick Bradford" No. 14 and Short font. Showi Sat. II ».m...n:30 p.m. Sunday «ntf Monday A Double Life with Ronald Dolman, ttfnr HasM and Edmond O'Brien Ronald Colma» WMI the Academy Award for Iht best »clirl(; by anj male actor f«r hb acting in this picture.. Luxora News Mrs. Ty Adams was the guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, M. F McCstn, In Pine Bluff last -week. She was Joined by Mr. Adams over the weekend. Among those from Luxora who attended the opera, La. Travlata at the Ellis Auditorium In Memphis Wednesday night were Mrs. Charlie Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cady. Mrs. Tom Callis, Mrs. T. L. Stanford. Mrs. Wert Steed. Mrs. Elmer [Hall. Miss Christine Johnson. Miss I Doris Hill. Miss Loralne Edwards and Mrs. Hays Sullivan of Burdotte. C. 8. Wood Jr. was dismissed from the Memphis Baptist Hospital Wednesday, where he underwent an appendectomy last weele. Mrs. Allie Spann Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. L. D. Price in Tupelo, Miss. Preparedness Program Advances in Arkansas I ! LITTLE ROCK. Ark., April 9 (UP) j—Arrangements were completed here yesterday for the organization of MX reserve truck units In Arkansas under the national prepardncss prog- • ram. 1 An agreement was .signed by Carroll L. Owens, sccrctary-manaRcr of the Arkansas Bus and Truck Association, and Ma). Joseph D. [McNally of Washington, executive 'officer of the Army's hlghvvav trans- , port service. i The units will be locator! at Hot I Springs, Fort Smith, Pine Bluff 1 and Little. Rock. 27 "Bandits" Seized I CHATTANOOGA. Tenn., April 9. j 'UP;—Police racket squad officers said torlay they had seized 27 slot j machines in a raid on the Southern j Automatic Music Company hcrr>. ^he officers said Ray Whitworth , was arrested on charges of possess' ing gaming devices AT KIRBY'S THIS WEEK Rtvlon't New Spring Shad* SWEET TALK Lipstick «5e & $1.00; Nail Polish Fashion Plot* Makeup $1.75 Tom Cat Liquid Mouse and Rat — 50c. It's time to put away woolens. Moth proof %££ n i J'*"'*' M ° th Moth Crystals FREE! Gold Banded Hostess Dish with each 50c Lyon's Tooth Posrc. BENEX - the siper brush- less Shove Cream-50c Bothered with ROACHES? We guarantee you can kill them with DE-ROACHER 85e & $1.50. The strongest roach spray ever made. Double action with "1068" and Py- rethrium. Food, Grain Scattered GERMAN VALLEY. 111.. April 9 <UP)—Wrecking crews set out today to cl«an up a'conglomcratc mess of gasoline, oranges, wheat barlcv and tractors spilled along the Chicago Great- Wetsern Railroad tracK when 18 cars 'of a 74-c,ir freight train were derailed last night. -' No one was injured in the accident. He will return Sunday. Woman Dies of Burns ASHDOWN. Ark.. April 8. (UP)— i Funeral services were held today 1 for Mrs. w. B. Prewitt,-69. who died yesterday ot burns suffered two weeks ago. Her clothing wa.s Ignited while she was burning trash. | China and India account for I only 2 per cent of the world's • !»a)iu;actui!ng. although they con- 1 tain 40 per cent of its population. MEMPHIS ave with S afcty *** See 2 for 3?c Sun Glasses 25e to $10 $1.00 tnnhay Hand Lotion 89. P..,.. ...... i T ^_.. ..^ ICt CREAM Pint VANlLLA—25e Other flarain 30c FAIRGROUNDS MERCHANTS BUILDING APRIL! 1th to 18th 2 P.M. to 10 P.M. Dally M«t* U i date now! It's fun »n<l entertainment for all «t *hi» bigger and b«lt»f food »how. Don'l miii HI Admliilont 25< plui 5t tax OK AND PRIZlt Drawlnss ot tlcl<«l >lutn will « made for many v>lu. at)Ie pTiios Including Ihf grand priir of «n Rll expanse Irln to Havana Cuba, tor U*o via ChtcagC) & SoulVitrn Airlines' Thf Havana (rip will Include 6 nlgMj and S davs ftt the famous Hotel .Vationalc MEMPHIS and MID-SOUTH FOOD SHOW MEMPHIS RtTAIl"GROCfRS ASSOCIATION 1JOJ l««'lc* IvHdtaf MimpMt, I»im. PHILCO ^1 TR elrig «.tor in f« tur : every " fine" r« tor eve fr<g". 50 , thing but p»c«. built! 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