The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 3, 1948
Page 5
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JtfONDAY, KAY 3, 1948 Veteran Lepanto Physician Dies Funeral Services Held For Dr. John H. Jones; Was III Five Weeks LEPANTO, Ark., May 3.— Son-Ices tor Dr. John Henry Jones, veteran Leiianeo physician and sport*tniui were conducted at the First Bat>- tlst, Church there this afternoon by the Rev. Leslie Rlherd. Burial was In City Cemetery, Dr. Jones died at 9:15 yesterday morning at Baptist Hospital In Memphis, He was 67. Dr. Jones was born in Magee, Miss., where he received Ms early education. He went to Memphis later where he received his medical degree from the University of Tennessee in 1913. Two years later he went to Alamo, Temi., where he practiced medicine for u years, and in 1939, moved to Lepanto, where he established the Jones Clinic with his son, Dr. J. K. Jones. The elder physician was active until five weeks a«o when he entered the hospital. Dr. Jones was a member of the Poinsett-Cralghead Counties Medi^al Society, the Arkansas Medical ljpciety and the American Medical Association. He -also was a Rotarian and a Mason. His favorite hobby was deer hunting. He also leaves his wife, Mrs. Louella Gill Jones; a daughter, Mrs. Leonard Argo of Lepanto; two brothers, Floyd Jones of Magee and W. G. Jones of Lepanto; three sisters, Mrs. Edna Murphy of OuK- port, Miss., Mrs. H. L. Martin of Gloster, Miss,, and Mrs. J. M, Shovs of Magee, and five graiid- chiUren. BLTTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEW! Paris Fashion Scene Million-Member Increase Eyed By Methodists , BOSTON. May 3. (UP) — The N ensembles I1V- P Methodist Church's Board of EdH- ,tyi es flatiiredhi the cation recommended Saturday a ?£'« "fin™-- 5 : t,. : iv._ «l,..,«l,>^ i '•"^c, It,Ut,Ll> French-designed Sprine Fashions pictured in Paris include Paquln's full-skirled gray and white striped surah dress, left. The Lanvin-deslgned navy wool dress center, owes its ensembled look to the striped surah "apron"' »nd bodice. \ ictuaparelli tnsembles » Jarini red coat with slim black wool dress right WAKMNU OKDKK In the Gliuncery Court, Chlcfca- snwba Ulsirlct, MiMlssippi County, Arkansas. Marie Miller Vaden, pft. vs. No. 10,461 Joseph J. V»den, Jr., nil. Tlie (iefi'iidnnt, Joseph J. Vnricn, Jr. U hereby warned lo appear within thirty days In the court named In the Million hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mdflo Miller Vnctcti. Dntcd this 24 day of April, 10«, Attorney for piulnlitf: K. a. Partlow. . HAHVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Peterson, D. a _ Conner Hew, w.nt Ad«. BACKACHE ' Xor quick cc-tnrorlhiiff help for cloudy urlMt, UrlUUnj puitfer, Lei Film, circles under eyey, and fH'Ollen anklet, du« lo noj\'0rennio and non-aytttnilo Kidney nnd likdilfr troulilM. try Cyil... quick, comulet. vfttLifrvcllori or inonny backc guaranteed. Atfc yulir dru^Klal for CytUx tCHliy. By Rosette Ilargrnve NEA Staff Corrtrsponclent PABIS-(NBA)—Famed for their mastery of the ensemble, French designers exhibit again their flair tv petticoat. Other ensembles >e dresses wlilch and campaign to increase the church's membership by 1,000,000 persons In the next four years. The proposal was made In & report to the Methodist Quadrennial General conference which is meeting for 12 days to form church pol- '-- Tor its 20,000,000 world adher- :The board's executive secretary, *»ie Rev. John Q. Schisler of Nash- vite, Tenn., said in the report that the 1,000,000 nw Methodists should be sought from "church school mem- befs ; who should join the church or Profession of faith, 1 * • j He suggested a $506,000 campaign ' tc educate Methodists further in the "great doctrines of the Christan faith," snd called for an increase in church school membership rf 1,700,000 persons in the next (juarrannium. The extended education plan In- tluded emphasis on the "evils, of beverage alcohol," and the impor- lance of the rural church. Schisler. said the education program was needed because "we have not been able to produce a national leadership which seems capable of interpreting the role ot America In the world in terms which rise above economic and yolitical considerations." The board's proposals will be given to the general conference standing' _ Committee on Education, which will - j consider the recommendations and i report to the conference. | j Une o! long skirts. One of Paqiiln's : ensemoles, like other spring ' ensembles expresses such fulness in fenlurr-r! h,, lh» TT™,,,, ctm _ ^^ drcss Rnd coal wh[ch UI)Uo the unanimous en- , ous endorsement of longer skirts and full- silhouettes. Sometimes fulness Is expressed make a spectacular costume. Tlic coat of heavy cotton rep in a dull raspberry shade has a tent-wide , •— — v;A F i«otu skirt with fulness starling from a In short coals which dare out ex- nlpped-in waistline. Its dress-com- travagantly from (he slim skirts of pnnion Is a dark gray and whlte- sheath-llke dresses. Typical exam- I striped surah drcss with princess pie is Schiapareili's town ensemble ! lines which has fulness drawn in to combining a red duvctyn coat with , stress a small waist by a clever use flaring back and rippling front'of .stripes, with a long sheath-like dress of A Lanvin-deslgned redlngote-type South', Mojf bivmllted Electrical Compa-g ELECTRIC COMPANY >»•««• tlttURock W*itM««pW, PAGAN Contact Your Nearest Fa 0a » Service Plant KEYSTONE HYBRIDS w. f you Mn official yield tests in four great corn $»af«s, Keystone Hybrids have out-yielded the average of all other hybrids by 3.4 bushels per acre. 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