The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 4, 1948
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PAGE FOUB FI,YTHKV11,U<; (ARK.) COUFUErt NK\VS FRIDAY, JUNK 4, 1948 Phone 4461 Mrs. Scbetcr Hostess to Rook Club Members Mr*. Leon Scherer wu hostess ai litr home yesterday to members ol U»'.Thurid« Rook Club. During the afternoon rook games were played by the guest* with prize* pciQC • »oh; by Mrs. Wendell B»toa. hl|h, Mr*. Blch<rd Prlchard. ••corwl, and Mrs. Neville Blakemore, rooko. • Booqtxets of pink hydrangea* «"«rs arranged^throughout the home for Hie occasion. A dessert course was served u>' the hostess. • • • Dessert Bridge Is Given For Octette Club, Guests Mis* M»ry 'Frances Nunn and Mrs. George Clear were gucsUyes- terday when Mis. M. N. Nunn entertained members of the Cviette Club at her home on We-st Walnut. Street. Bridge games were played Junug the afternoon and prize* were won by Mrs. Grear, high. »»d Mrs. R. C. Rose, second high. In the entertaining rooms' were placed bouquets of roses and snap- spivetl by She's The Hair' Bits of News Osceoia tvtntt Mrs. ii. C. Gwiltney of Mena (» visiting her mother, Mr>. J L. Ward and family this week. George Ballon, MlM Mary Elizabeth Ballou, Mrs, J. Y. Jonei and Mrs. Alma Morrison have returned from Jnclcson, Miss., where they sjient the weekend. They were accompanied home by Mrs Bulion who has ipent the pot eight \eeks with her sinter, Mr*. F. A Muller, who li critically 111 at her home there. Mr. and Mrs. Fiber White are the parents of a son born at the Mclliodisv Hospital in Miroi>Ws. He has been mined Faber Allen White II. . ,, rvwli.1- ..irt rianaru Ml - »'> d Ml ' s ' Bu(;1 * Smith Hal a Mrs. tugene Do/Jci andI "aus^ returned to tlielr Dome in Mfiia ,re\ ci'Sini a^ei here «%uesul a(t ?' spending several days will] of her father, R. C. Blackwcll, and brother, Johnson Blackrcll nnd friends. She Is tlie former Miss Ann Blackwcll. Mr. and Mrs. Dyer A. Bennett of Bica, Calif, .are spending several ,_ _ dnys here us guests of Mrs. Ainu District Melhodtst Youth Fe'low- McNclll. Mr. «nd Mrs. R. A. Eades, • sn ip union held at Hendrlx Ci>l- Mr. and Mrs. Ttiomus Beaslcy and , | eg e In Conway this week. They will dragons' hi vivid shades. A dessert course was the hasten- Gregg Sherwood, New York actress and model, lias been named "The Hair" by the Creative Hair Stylists of America. Miss Sherwood's h;iir I? "Rar- denia-colorccl," which might have something to do willi it. Mrs. Phillips Entertains Thursday Luncheon Club Mrs. Ruaell Phillips was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Thursday Lunuheon Club at her home on West Chiclca- tawba. Luncheon was served at the dining table, which was centered with »n attractive arrangement ol mix^d Bummer flowers In pastel shades Tu * low crystal bowl. Other vases of flowert were used throughout the home. • ' During the afternoon bndga lames, high score was won by Mrs. O. W. Afflick with Mrs. E. B. Gee winning second high. Semester Honor Roll Announced For Junior High The Junior High Honor Roll for Mr. and Mrs. B R. Smith. Mrs. Cooper Driver was the weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. John Whltiiiorc In Germantown, | Henry Oonchman antl Steve Ralph Jr. lire delegates of the Suli- return home today. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell had as her . . . guest the past week her daughter. otlicr friends. Mr. Bennett was stationed at Die Air Base here dur- JUK the war and they will go from = . here to Little nock and Hot Springe, | Mrs. Thad Fclton, and graiul- where they will visit friends «nd daughter, Smvanne, of Goose Greek, relatives. Miss Virginia Williams has arrived home (rom Brcrmu College-, Gainesville, Ga,, to spend the Summer here with her parents. Mr, and Mrs. Sum Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Williams met her in Memphis, and accompanied her home Wednesday. Mrs. Betty Phillips and son, Michael, arc spending the weekend In Mayrose. Miss. Mrs. .1. T. Ashley Sr,. left yesterday for Montlcello. Ark., where she will spend several weeks as guest of her son. J. T. Ashley Jr. j and family. here for her. Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Ford left today for Chicago, III., where Mr. Texns. Mr. and Mrs. R. L,. Naming will have as their guests today Mrs Ixircne Eden of Helena Rutl nnd Mrs. Elmer Manchester Memphis. New Liberty News the semester and third six weeks - F Himouncccl today by A. E. Caldwell.1 . C|U10|) of t , |C Omc ,. ftl Amcr | CBn principal. • Lile Insurance Company at the who made the semester | H t , T| w|u * ( dmifihtcr. Mrs. Lo- Miss Marlon McDonald, who Is In nurse's training at the Baptist Kos- j pltnl in. Memphis. Is spending her .vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hirlam McDonald. > Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams were, r Mr! Ashiey'-molorcdjl^ weekend guests of relatives at Trenton, Tcnn. | Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Jarratt spent Wednesday In Memphis. I Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Holmes al-| tended the Staging Convention at Steole, Mo.. Sunday. Move to Tack Anti-Cotton Speculation Rider on Foreign Aid Bill Reported WASHINGTON, June 4. (UP) — 1 Rep. Kirl Ble(«n, R., Neb., said today there is a move nfoot In the House to pin >n tntl-cotton speculation rider to the idmlnlstrntlonV Icielsn aid bill. He r>»id there ilso may be • proposal to restrict tobacco export* to surplus stocts held by Commodity Credit Corporation. The European Cooperation Administration requested about 1110,000,000 to buy tobacco. Stefan said "some people claim 1 there has been a corner on cotton 11 and that ''certain interests hsve purchased a large amount of cotton at low prices with hope of cashing ui on [he aid program." r __^ ___ Stefan, a member of the House Ap- j contractors" propri.iiions Committee, said that cotton jumped six cents a pound alter the aid program was announced. Tne aid program earmarks ftp First Methodist Stewards Discuss Finances, Attend The Board of Stewarts of the First Methodist Church met l> the church last night with William Wyatt. vice chairman of the board. presiding, Pians lor construstlng a new sanctuary were discussed. Ous Eberdt. Jr., chairman of the building fund campaign, reported that approximately » 100,000 Is avail- Tlie Toggenburg l| the most popular breed of gout In America. It originated in Switzerland. able for starting construction and urged that greater emphasis be given to the drive to obtain at least half of the sum needed for the project before bids, are aslced from The board approved plans for renewing emphasis on attendance In the Church School and In the NOW! at FOUNTAINS Everywhere! Those who made the honor roM for the seven hgrarte arc Mrs. Blankenstyp Hostess To Club Members, Guests Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Mrs. John Tyrone and Miss pat McGregor were j Kinnlnehnm, Bobby guesU Wednesday aiternoon_vyhen | Hb . inl Mc)balllw Hm . Barbara ~ i Johnson. Rosemary Monnglian, N'elle McCormick, Marilyn Dough- tcry, Laurn Hemby nnd Henrd Wylis. Houorntalc mention went to Bonnie Glover, Jere fowler, L,yn- wood Herron and L,inda Bunch. . Students making the honor roll for the third six weeks are Jo Alice Mngulrc, Shirley Lovelace. Sandra Long. Carlcan Kenlcy, Bonnie Nclle McCormick. Johnnie Loggins, Johnnie O'Brien. Max' Hill, Laura Hemby and Emnclcl Swearcngen. Hon- orahla mention went to Kay Smith, Nancy Stovull and Heard Wylle. Eighth grade studeuU .\;ho made the semester nor Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Halstcnd spent Wednesday hi Memphis. Mrs. Lucy McAdams left yesterday for Joncsboro, where she will spend several days with relatives ul friends. Cadet. David Moore, son of Mrs.' N. M. Moore, received an athletic ?r In swimming at - "Honors 1 it" during commencement Sunday at Castle Heights Military Academy nt Lebanon, Tcnn. i Mrs. Province and dtiugh- te. Mrs. Dan M:Grudcr. left yes- ! icrday for Fort Smith, where they At The Hospitals BIrtheTllta HoiTilUl Dismissed: Gary Birmingham, cooler, Mo. Willie Mae DcBose. Armorcl. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Lexy Jor.e«, Caruthersville. Mo. Jim Carmen. Tomato. Mrs. Louis Proctor, city. Mrs. Odella Sanders. Greenwood, Miss. This Is "Miss Craft Queen," otherwise Geene Courtney. She was chosen by Craftsmen's Equity, in Greenwich Village, ts'ew York, and wears some of the jewelry anil lealherrralt turned out by Hie members for their annual Spring Fair Minister Is Speaker At Rotary Luncheon iroxlmatcly $511,000,000 for cotton I!c 3-\id an amendment may he offered to the bill to clamp a price celling on cotton purchased for export under the multi-billion <iol- prngram. Thi.s, he said, would discourage cotton speculation. Ill lt« report on the aid prograrn. Lhe appropriations committee Also took note of the Increase In cotton prices. It said cotton quotation?. Jumn<H from 32-i;2 cents a pound on Fcorusry li to 38-l;2 cents on May 26. It added that "prices of commodities purchased under the program should be reasonable and it must be the responsibility of each country to see to it that no individual or sroup of individuals obtains a corner on any market." The committee said the European Cooperation Administration also must side-step inflationary pressures in this country be refusing to pay abnormally high prices. Again, H referred specifically to cotton. worship »ervlce«. ice Sallba and Mlwi Vivlenn* Moore. The classes are scheduled for 11 hours, meeting from B to 11 a.m. each day except Saturday and Sunday. Miss Saliba will be replaced Inter in the course by Oscar Elliott. Jr., as she will leave Blytheville early next week to be coun- cellor for a girls camp «t Lake Lure, S. C. Those who have registered for the course, which is opeu only, to good swimmers over 16. are: Whorton Z. Hawkins, Billy Walter, Don Wright, Miss Mary Gray and Miss Frances Sue Bright' ol Blylhevillc and Eugene H. Burt ol Joiner. Plans are Hearing completion for the beginners and intermediate swimming classes to open June 14. Swimming Class Gets Under Way For Life Guards Remember Rothrock's for PRESCRIPTIONS PHONE 4451 Continuous Showa Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO RLCN 8:110 a.m. 11:15 p.m. \:'M p Last Time Today State of the Union with Spencer Tracy and and Katharine Hepburn Paramount News and Short Continued Showing Everydaj Saturday The first class session for Hie senlor llfe S llard swimming course, The Rev. Harvey T. Kkld. pas- lor of the First Presbyterian Church i sooke to the Rotnry Club members! selu at their noon meeting at the Hotel j 1 ' 1 ?'" tile J° lnt auspices of the I Chtckasawaba District of the American Red Cross and the Cln'cka- :ior roll nre Charles 1 «'"' visit Mrs. Province's son. Jnrnes , ol)l>y Orsburn, Pat Buddy Henley, for the weekend. ] , Bids Asked for Work On Memorial Building tained members ol the Avalon Bunco Club at her home. During th« afternoon when bunco (tames were played, Mrs. Eddie'Ford Jr.. won high, Mrs. -douse, low, and Mrs. Fred Davij; bunco. Martha Nichols, Granvllle Cooley, Garland Thomas James. Bill Wun- Mary Ann Robeson, Tuesday at the Walls Hospital, satisfactory. She Is now at her home utl ..>. ,„, ~.™. u'a'lic ^ 604 West Ash St. Wilson, Allene \viinbcrly nnd Betsy Jonn L - Nasl1 ' seaman apprentice. Bell. Honorable mention went to U SN, son oi Mr. nnd Mis, William A dessert course' with Iced drinks ras served by the hostess. ^e-horneWat^cUv^eco-j^^ ley. Bobble Estcs. Donna Sue Gore, Salty Trleschmatm, Albert Fnir- nelct. Clovts Garnetl and Howcll Bnyd. | Honor'.roll for the third six weeks includes Charles Kinnlnghnm. Bobby Orsburn, Pal Ilenrn, Melballne Hill, Barbara Johnson, Rosemary Monaghan, Martha Nichols, Gnr- LITTLB ROCK, Ark., June 4 . .UP)—New bids for restoration , Condition ot Mrs. Louis Proctor. vvork oll ,,, e War Memorial Build- I who underwent a minor operation ; 1]lg jn LlulD Rock wlll t e recc i vcc i i by the State Commemorative Com- j mission on July 2,' the commission ruled here yesterday. The new date was set after the - .--- -- commission rejected bids which Nash ot BlythLVllle. and Arkie A. I (opp€d [he ,ieo.oco" appropriated for Mahan. fireman apprentice^ USN, Ule work b) , t]ie 1947 legislature. " ""' | The Baldwin Construction Company, yesterday's low bidder, ex- saw Atheletlo Club, was conducted at tlie Municipal Pool this morning, i under the instruction of Miss Al- Only odd lols of steers and heifers in good flesh 31-33.50; common ani medium b£ef cows largely 18.M-23; canners and cutters 15-18. land Thomas James, Bill Wuiulcr- Hcb, Mary Ann RohsT>' " " " ' son, AHc 1 "* """ Donna. Sue Gore atid Bct^y Honorable son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mahan, nliO of Blythcvllle, are serving abonrd the aircraft carrier US5 ! pressed tlie belief that tlie cost ot Noble yesterday. The Rev. Mr. Kidd. sneaking on the subject of "Solution of World Troubles," pointed out tlmt strong j '^"Vx^ern'oMed' Tor" l the"coursc, character, tolerance and under-[ standing, must overcome other faulty philosophies before the problems of the world could be solved. Alvin Huffman. Jr.. reported to the group on the Rotary district conference in Hot Springs last weekend. Mr. .and Mrs. Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nash. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lemon, and Mr. atid Mrs. Noble Gill attended the convention from Blytheville. Guests of the Rotary luncheon yesterday included Roy Kneip of St. Louis, who made a brief an-. [ nouncemcnt concerning the summer .1 swimming program planned by the > J Chickasawaba District of the Amer- , ican Red Cross, A. H, Webb of Hoi-' , ••* nlm 4htr«s* «f MONTRIY FEMALE COMPLAINTS Are you troubled by dlitreM of female functional periodic disturbances? Does this make you suffer from pain, feel so nervous, tired— »t such times? Then DO try Lydla E. Pinkham'ft Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. PInkh&m'x ha» R srand soothing efleet on one of uoman'i most important oryan.i! LYDIALPIHKHAM'S i« AUTR CHAMPIO CEI.OTEX ROCK. 'wool, Ronciova, which is on a woVld cruise. , n | n j mnm repairs could be trimmed | land. Mo., and H. A.' McCorklc. of Bell, Mrs. Stickmon Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. C. W. Alford mid Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., were guests last night when Mrs. W. A. Stickmon entertained members of the Thursday Night Cub at her home. During the evening when rook Hill, Millie Manor.., 0.11.. " ^amec were played, prizes were won : manu. Howcll Boyd. Dorris Beau,] by Mrs. T. A. Bell, high, and Mrs.' Winnibeth Buckley and Bobble C. W. Alford. rooko. j.Estes. . Bouquets of hydrangeas and other spring flowers in pastel sha- •. Mrs. Gibson Entertains des were arranged in (he home. r _ ,. _. , The hostess served refreshments. rOUr table LlUD, Guests Mrs. Ann McWilliams has gone to Lomila, Caiif., where she will make her borne. 3ne was accompanied there/by her niece. Mrs. C-icii Wrotcn. who will remain there l-ir several days before returning home. Mrs. Anne Haslett has returned o her home in Memphis after linv- 3 spent several days here with er brother, W. E. Hagan and iam- Conditloil ol Mrs. \V. D. Cobb, who underwent an operation Monday in the Memphis Mcthodisi Hospital i.s Improved. Mr. Cobb motoicd to Memphis lor her today. S!.e will be confined to her home lor several weeks. to U40.COO. However, members of the firm explained that the amount would be only enough to insure structural soundness and security. An additional appropriation would be nec- r-.^sary to allow restoration to its original form, plus modern conveniences. children Bonita ' nnd Benny Jo< Satlcoy. Calif., arrived today spend several days here as guests of Mrs. Corbett's" aunt. Mrs. C. E. Parks and other relatives. Mrs. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. June 4. (UP)--(USDA) —Livestock: Hug? 8.oO:); salable 8.000, compar- j ed willi 11,000 yesterday. Wei.-hts — t under 240 Ibs 25-50C higher than av- | erase. Thursday. Heavier weights, J, t on weights over 3CO Ihs. Sows mosi,- to I ly 25c higher. Bulk good and choice ., 1 180-210 Ita 21J25-24.75: top sparingly v S 25. 240-270 lb.5 23-24.25 270-3DO Vcs -23.25; 3CO-475 Ibs 19.5O-22; luO- HfPUBLI C MCTU R Serial "Tex Grarixer" No. 7,.Short Cent. Shows Sat. 11 m.m.-ll:3« p.m. YOUR HOMf MAY K >* t« IS* COOLER TRAVIS INSULATION CO. 700 Clark St. Blytheville, Arkansas Phone 2343 — 551 Sunday and Monday -"^ '"irrrr Paramount News; Also Short* Cent. Showing Sunday 1:30-16 11: Bible School to Be Held At Presbyterian Church The Daily Vacation Bible School of the First Presbyterian Churcli «-ill open Monday at 9X0 a.m. The school will continue for one week and close Friday with a picnic. Mrs: -H-rvey Kldd. secretary of Religious Education, will be dean ot the schcoi. Other instructors are ! Mrs. Walter Day, Mrs. tl. M. Logan ; and Mrs. C. C. Councille. who wi!l work willi the early beginners; Mrs William Young and Mrs. Thad Nicol. teachers for the late bcgini cis: Mrs. C. P. Rambo and Mrs. B. C. Bailey, who will be teachers for the primaries; Mrs. W. H. Mrs. F. H. Pope and Mrs. L. S. Hartwg, the juniors; and Mrs. Monroe Craiu and George Mnir Jr.. who will instruct in nrt wort;. ai \veeKs. * "' ^^ ollv Mrs. clair Miller returned ycstcr- Corbett Is the lormer Miss Eliza- OSCEOLA, Ark., June 4._Mrs. day fiom Hot SprinBs where .she 1 bcth Harrison. | Spencer Semmes Gibson was hos-' visited for the past week with Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. A. Couway have re- t j tess Wednesday night, when she.: and Mr.s Fester Miller. She was i turned home from Marshall, Mo.,; j entertained the regular four table 1 ac:ou:p,inleri~ there by her sons. Billy j where they spent the past week 1 I club at her home. Guests other ai ,d Buddv. who remained for a visiting Mr. Conway's mother.. Ibs down 17.75-18.50; mostly 18.2S down; Over 450 Ibs 16.50-17.1o. Stags, today they for will than club members v>'crc Mrs. A. G.! three weeks visit. Bricktcy, Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Mrs. 1 Mr . aud Mr5 .' J 0 u n C. E. Dean antl Mrs. Mike Naillutj;.' Mrs. Spencer Driver won high t score. Mrs. John W. Eringtrm. sec- < ond high nnd Mr.s. J. H. Hook re- j ccivcel consolallon prii^e. : The sun porch, wliei-e the bricige games were played, was decorated. with large and tall baskets of pink nnd blue hydrangea. Mrs. E. B. Gca is spending two Cattle 000, all 15CO; salable SH)u; salable. Generally ralvcs about Bcrryville, visit with family left Ark., where relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. D. Foster and son. P. D. Jr. are spending a week in Lincoln. HI., where they are visit- Mavw and days in Ca\ie Girardeau, Mo. r visit- [steady in clcati up trade with cows t continuing under pressure and slow. relative,-;. '•V Tiie Hotel Noble chef invites you to try his "Dish of the Day" for 50c „ ved in our air-conditioned coiiee shop ^ v\ * • ^XT*' x ' ) \PC7 k vy \ *Yv^c^inp^ v* PRICE DRESS SALE Choose From 11 50% Off Reg. $7.98 - Reduced io $3.00 Reg. $10.98 -Reduced to $5.GO Reg. $12-98 -Reduced to $6.00 Reg. $14.98-Reduced to $7.00 On Stape in Pmon ROXV THEATRE America 1 * Faitert and Fl«hicit All-Colored Revue Box Office Opens «:30 Show SUrts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; SUris 1:I» Continuous Shows Sat. &. Sun. Bargain Nisht Ercrj Night Kxcepl Saturdaj No passes honored on Sunday at Koxj Thealrt Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE , Two Years Before the Mast i with Alan Ladrl and BrUn Donlery Plus Picture Program Matinee 1:30 p.m. NigKt 6:45 p.n Sp«ci«l Midnight Show with Complete Change of Program Adu!is61c Children 25c Lone Wolf in London with GeraM Mohr »nd Nancy Saunder» Saturday Dead Line with Sunset Canon Serial "Hkk Tracv Returns" No. ^ anrt Short \ font. Showlnj S»turd»T 1Z:3«-11:M Monday Only Fm Movietone New» and Short» Conl. Showinj Sonday HM lit ll:»

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