The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 28, 1947
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PAGE rOUB BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28..194T Phone 4461, Tea Dance Is Held By Cotillion Club ,Th« Mirror Rgem V. Hole) Noble was • the" Mttlng yesterday for » : t« (Unw given by th« Cotillion Club. • • ,• • Members »nd their giie$ts were wrred • buffet supper. The table held i centerpiece' of Autumn ioafps and fruit, flanked with tapers burning In crystal holders, etrrylni out,the Thtnltsjlving mo- til. , • Approximately 12S people were present for the occasion. Hosts and hostesses for the dance were Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Monioo Cfaln, Mr- and Mrs. Charles Blt- tner, and McOlla. Mr, and Mrs. Fnrris Miss Whitwbrth Honored _ With Luncheon Party Miss , PandOria .Whltworth was fuest of honor Wednesday noon. Then Mrs. Sam H. Williams entertained with a luncheon at Hotel Noble. i The .luncheon Uiblc was centered with a^bowl of pink carnations and whit* pompon chrysanthemums. Tilt guest ot honor was presented a corsage of Talisman roses and each of the If guests «-as presented a carnation corsage. A special guest was Mrs. J. \V. Whltworth., mother of. the bride- elect. P.E.O. Chapter Mecls For Luncheon, Program Mrs. W. C. Gates and Mrs. J. W. Robbins .were hostesses at the Robbins home at Slecle, Mo., Wednesday afternoon with a luncheon fnr members 61 Chapter D. of P. E. O. Sisterhood and live guests. Guests other than members were Mrs. C. B. Martin of Stecle, Mrs. .Susie Watson and Mrs. Effie Car- 'mine of Caruthersvillc, Mo., and Mrs. P. E. Morris and Mr.s. Alene Shaw of Memphis, Mrs. Hermon CarUoii was In charge of the program''-entitled, "Ctittey Junior College »nd the Educational Loan Fund". A-two-course Thanksgiving dinner was served. Chrysanthemums and roses in attractive arrangements decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. ^ Formal Dance Is Held By Sorority Chapter A foirrial Thanksgiving dance was held by*-the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Pb.1 Wednesday night, at the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble with approximately 75 guests present. Out of town .guests present for the affair were''Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Lawman of Lafayette, la., Mr».yLaumin Is.the former Miss Maudie.Modlnger-of here. Mrs. Gray Is Speaker At Lange P. T. A. Mrs. Ira Gray was guest speaker whtn Lange Parent-Teacher Asfo- clatlon met Wednesday afternoon at Lange School for their regular meeting, ' The second grade students, under the direction of Mro. Rex Warren and Mrs- R.\A. Berryman, presented a play entitled "The Elves and the Shoemaker." Mr. R. E. VanK-oser and Mrs. Glenn Ladd each gave a poem and six books were presented to the . school from the P. T. A. Home Demonstration Club Has Thanksgiving Party Armorel Home ' Demonstration i Club had Us annual Thanksgiving party Tuesday night st the Armorel school Cafeteria with 40 guests present. Jn tile games played Mrs. w. A. ! Lewis ana Rex Melzgor won prizes. ; The refreshment table from | , which the dinner was served, was ' centered with an early American scene typifying the first Tha^ks- giving. Fall (lowers were arranged around it to complete the decora- • tfons. ; Mr=. Dyer Garner gave the de: 'vptional, accompanied by Mrs. Mildred Trail. Recent Bride Honored With Surprise Shower Mrs. Eric Ray and Mrs. Claude Duncan were hostesses Monday night »f~Emanuel Baptist Church with a miscellaneous shower complimenting Miss Lucille W»lklns, * recent bride. After games were played the guest of honor was presented gifts. The hostesses served a salad plate with Iced drinks. HALF MOON PERSONALS ... ... Tom Alexander, who has been seriously ill at his name here, IE much Improved. Mrs. H. D. Lackey has returned to her home here aflcr visiting with her mother In Scranton, Ark., for several days. Bonnie Spain has gone to Stanton, Mich., where she will spend the Winter with her sister, Mrs. Albert* Spencer. Bits of News Miss George Ann Stlhvcll, who is a student at Arkansas State College, jonesboro. is spending (he holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs ~ family. Oullen Dlxon, a student at the University or Arkansas, Fayctte- villc, arrived home Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Dlxon. Mrs. Tenn,, returned to her home today after visiting for several days here with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Max Gill and son, Teddy, and Mr. and Mrs. Loy Smith all of Detroit, Mich., have returned to their home after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gill (or several days. Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Jackson and daughters, Mary Louise and Sarah Frances, and Miss Clarice Ifullon TJf Bowling Green, Ky,, weie the Thanksgiving guests of Mrs, R. L, Reeder. Hal Thompson, a student at Ihe University of Arkansas. Fayellevllle, Is spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson. • Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley left yesterday to spend several days In Eussellvllle as guests of their son, the Rev. w. F. Cooley, Mrs. Cooley and family. Mies Laura Ellen Swftln, who is a student at Washington University St. Louis, Mo., Is spending the holidays here with her mother, / Mrs. l>. R. Matthews, and Mr. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Bailey nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, Fred Hnrtwlg of Memphis, were guests ycslcrdny of Mrs. Bailey's and Mrs. Hartwlg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Rice and family. Mr. and Mrs. Farrls McCalla and. daughter, Jenny Wren, Mr. and Mrs. Harinan Taylor and children and j Mrs. George W. Dlllnlumty. spent llic Thanksgiving holiday in Dyersburg, Tenn.. with Mr.s. C. C. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wise of Chl- Georje stllwcll and cago, 111, returned to their home today nfter spending Thanksgiving Caltndar c ? mi ?3 , E Tf^ \Many Await Cjt^ijit ^M|AM*|JB.. I ' UN Decision On Palestine Saturday Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. J. O. Ellis Sr,, Mrs. George W. Barham and Mrs. W. R. Campbell entertaining with a. tea-shower from 3 to S p.m. at the Womans Club honoring Miss Eugenia Crawford, bride-elect of Jack Hale. Sunday Miss Piuidorln Whltworth will become the bride of Jack Owen In « ceremony at First Methodist Church at < pm. OSCM/O New* The Rev, and Mrs. Hershalle Couclimnn atid family had us their guests Thursday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Couchman of Trumann. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Sanders and family left today for Selmar, Tenn , where they will visit with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. O. Sanders. Mrs. Ben FlannaRaii of Nashville, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. James W. Campbell of St. Louis, Mo., are the guests of Mrs. Ben Flannagan Sr., and Mrs, Madeline Campbell. At The Hospitals Rlylhcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Howcll Robbins, Manila. W. p, McDanlel, city. J. D. Henson. noseland. enroll Ann Lamb, Mnnlln Mrs. Mo. UNITED NATIONS HALIj, FluJlh- 12. N. Y, Nov. 28, (UP) — The United Nations General Assembly approached the time for decision In the epochal sirugele, for Palestine today while thousands of miles away Jerusalem's Jews prayed: at their sacnjj wailing wall for a permanent homeland and Arab leaders rallied their followers for possible war/are agalnat partition of the Holy Land. The climatic ittge of'the general Assembly's debal e began thl» morning amid growing predictions that the UN will decree partition. Most of tht world waited anxiously for the outcome, fearful of a bloody religious war if partition Is rejected and worried about a possible Arab uprising If It wins The In ' thur Vandanbwf , Chive* decided to withhold It until the loot- ranee Marshall plan reaches th* Senate In the House, Halleck Indicated that the Foreign Affalri Commute* probably would ipprove )U bUl etrly next week. Ctulrmin Harold Knutson, R., Mlnri., of tht Wayi and M«»n» Committee. Interrupted him to say that there were many opponents of the bill who wanted to be certain there was ample time for House debate, Halleck replied that It was up to the Rules Committee to determine how long the House debate would last. Despite feari of administration officials, Democratic leaders In Congress were confident that both ;»use and Senate would approve the full amount requested In the authorization bill. They were leas certain the full amount would be provided hi appropriation bills to come later. thought the appropriations committees would not approve the full amount even If tS97,ooo,000 were approved In the authorization bill. Hatch predicted th»t the Senate appropriations committee would recommend about MSO.OOO.OOO to carry out the program and that there would be a fight to boost the amount on the Senate floor. The Senate vote on Ihe J400.000.000 amendment Wednesday listed eight appropriations committee members for the smaller amount and 12 against It. The pending bill merely sets a 1597.000,000 limit on the money to be spent for emergency aid. The actual money must be appropriated in bills coming later. Vet* After missing their Wednesday target for passage of the bill, Sen, ate leader* decided to put oft the final vote until Monday. The House KWIUIC m»u ujJUftmg ii 11, w mit. v,,,- „_& ,, ( ,* . _T j , ; . """-*. le In the corridors and «ntl- S as _ nct , 5 * t ?2 r ^ debate because ,™ns of the sprawling General'„. 'T 1 * 0 A . fr j lrs Committee haa Assembly hall, jews and Arabs lob- n0 ' y " "ported .bill. bled fervently In eleventh-hour efforts to assure enough votes for their conflicting claims on Palestine. . Th ere waa no indication that another attempt would be to cut the »587,000.000 figure in the Senate after Wednesday's 58 to 30 vote against A'rclhbl* count st meeting time ! !!£,£ f , endment to trlm ll to M00 '- sho'wed th e advocates of partition uuu ' wu ' possessed just, enough votes to secure two-thirds approval of their . Charley Anderson, Cooler, plant to split-Palestine into Jewish I and Arab states by next Oct. 1. , ' A reported about-face by Haiti and expected switches In the posl- 000,000. The House, committee has tcnta- I reducing the amount and to allow here with Mr. Wlso's brother. Lloyd | V. Wise and Mrs. Wise. Dr. Fred R. Child of ncrc and Dr. George Cone of Osccola left this afternoon for St. Louis. Mo., where they will attend the Mlci-Contlnent i Mrs. H. M. Montgomery and baby, city. Mrs, Burricl Cohoon. -Steel, Mo. . Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C- T- Fra/ler ami ';nby, Lux- orn. Mrs. J. W. Simpson and baby, city. Joyce Gill, Dell, Mrs- Vance Dixon. Rte, 3. city- Mrs. Rtilsol Frank. Stcelc. Mrs. Wade Ward and baby, city. Don Edwards, city. Snrn Jones, Stcelc. M r e n ,, t , i . v..*,.. ,..., <«ni-<>\, nit i"liM-v>vjunllt;llu rs. C. R Parks nnd son, ccc 1. Dcnia Conoress Thr-v will i-v-iin-n Memp'hT'tS, S?,. Pa^^ m ^X? 1 £fl?"c'o 1 r^ ^^"l*""™* Mrs, Dallahmity's aunt, Mis. J. ncr. ind Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise have ( Anniversary Celebrated Mrs. Tipton He came especially to attend funeral services' of his uncle,I .,....,.,., James A. Ra«* «.hi,.i. ,„.,.. k.i,! dnuemor I"'i Ala., where they visited tllc ; Lloyrl W. Bass, which were held Wednesday afternoon. Miss .Rosemary Joluislon. a stu- Wise, While their Mrs. Wise there they son, and at- .tended the Alabama-L. S. U. football game, dent at Birmingham Southern ! Mr and Mrs. W. T. Dodd.s of Birmingham, Ala,, Is spending the Oklahoma city, Okln.. arc ihe par- holidays with her parents, Mr cn '- s 0( a daughter born yesterday and Mrs. w. S. Johnston, she wns '» ll " ! City Hospital. Theh- firs't accompanied home by Miss Donna child, she has been named Sara Pledger of Birmingham, who Is Alln - Mr*- Dodds Is the former at Birmingham Mlss Mildred Richardson, daughter of Mrs. Charles Necdham of Bly- fllso a student Southern. Mlss Ann McLcod Is spending llle y llle the weekend In Memphis as guest B - W. of her sister, Mrs. Warrfn G. Price nl Arkansas and Mr. Price. ' ' boro. spent yi Robinson, who Is a student State College, Jones-- --. . yesterday here as guest Mr. and Mrs. C. p. R.imbo and "' Miss Polly Flnnegnn and Miss '-"-•-- " ~1lth BollhiBcr. Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Spradley had ns theh- giiest from out of town MANILA. Nov. 28.—Mr. and Mrs. C. w. Tipton celebrated their 36th Woddln(r Anniversary yesterday with a dinner at their home In Manila. Those present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Clalbornc Tip- Ronnie, of Moneltc; Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks of Caraway; Mr. and Mrs. Caudeli Layne and son, Bobby of Wynne; Mr. and Mrs. Alcin Tipton and daughters, Jeanctto and Idell: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tipto'i and children, Mary Ellen. Carl William and Kenneth Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Broom; J. L. Anderson ami Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Sago all of Manila. children, Mary Ann r,nd Dan, spent Edith yesterday In Memphis with their parents. Mr.. Rnmbo returned home -- „---,.- .-today nnd Mrs. Rambo will remain i yesterday. Mr. .and Mrs. W. E until Sunday. i Harlan of Riplcy. Tenn.. Mr. and Charles Lesgett, who Is a student Mrs ' Tul1 Joll "son of Joiner and at University of Mississippi, ford, arrived Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holidays here with his mother Mrs. w. C Lesr- felt. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bums, Miss Louise Leggttt and Charles Leg- Mrsi Sally Freeman of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Dan H. Bell nf Memphis, spent yesterday with Mrs. Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom a Little Sr. Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt and son, Billy and'Mr. and Mrs. William T. gett will s r«nrt" the"i'ee'kend"in'co- slewarl - aro spending today in lumbus, Miss., with Mr. and Mrs Mcn >Phls. Newell Brighnin and family. They I Mr - Bllrt M ". A- G. Little had for will attend the Ole Miss-Mississippi lholr fuests from out town yes- State game in Stnrkvllle. Miss | terdny Hamilton Little and daiigh- Saturriny. " '' ler. Miss Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer had u "" s - Dc " a!1 of Memphis, as their guests for Thanksgiving, , Mrs. Horner's mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith and her brother, and wife Mr. and Mxs. H. K. Smith Jr., and her nttnt, Miss Mnmlc Lyons, all of Wlicntlcy, Ark. Tom Reeder, who is employed by the K. B. O. A. broadcasting System In Kennett, Mo., was the guest yesterday of his mother, Mrs. R L Rcedcr. Mrs. Grace Jackson of Dyersburg, FIJI Sends Gift SUVA, Fiji (UP)—The government offices announced thnt tv.'c wedding gifts—a brooch and a trinket box, both mnde of Fiji gold —will be presented by the island residents to Princess Elizabeth. The people of the colony are contributing to a Lb.tiOO (S2..100) fund to pay (or the gilts. IT'S TIME TO EAT ""RUSTIC INN New Hours: 11 a.m. til 12p.m. Try Us For Fine Foods! EVERYONE EATS WELL AT THE !.*« * Factory trained Expert do Ihe jrt (or 7M aa It should be *»ne —.jam inirk (nconditlonally DIXIELAND! People eat well here and eat the things they really want . . . no substitutes on our menu. Try our Juicy. golden-fri;d fresh Rcelfoot Crappie . . . right for your palate because our Crapplr is right mil of the water. No freezing to Epoll Its delicate flavor. For a good meal this weekend, come to the DIXfELAND! > Try One of Our Delicious Taste-Treats' • Fresh Reelfoot Crappie • Chicken-N-Basket • Sizzling Steaks NOW FEATURING: CURB SERVICE Dixieland Cafe North Highway 61 crt Holland, Mo. 000 of that figure to be used In 'china, Administration leaders In the expressed confidence that the How To Relieve Bronchitis CreomulsJon relieves promptly be* cause It goes right to the aeat of the trouble to help loosen and expel term laden phlegm, and aid nature to toothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchia} mucous membranes. Tell your druggij* to «11 you a bottle of Creomuldon with the understanding you must like the way It quickly all By a the cough or you are co have your money back. ' CREOMULSION forCouehs, OiestColdi, BronchiHs - , lion of Argentina. France and Lux- ' con wolll(l be reversed before emboui'K rekindled hope in the par- titlonists camp. FOREIGN AID (Continued from Page 1) Of the Marshall plan nations, the '"" '"" is . Sc »- Carl A. Hatch, D., N. M, voiced the tears of those who GRtNDPi'S FULL OF PEP H»w »*•* row* r*t frtm a.ltffl* up • H«r.'. load n . n („. y Swlt: above their minlmu mneeds. i . ii-, M g ««,,i OI ,, .,„, . ,.„,„„, doctor The council is composed of the d.v«lop«d «mi<Jicin. for thiiv.ry trouble. leci'etaiies commerce a ------- ..... --- .....,«., ,, ouol , of state, treasury and • .million* hiv. u«4 it, often with nd the chairmen of the t™!*:?'!?. i "'',!!*"5 li X? r " u ' t i;' ri>e m ' di '"•"•• - - - Federal Reserve System and the Export-Import bank. One Amendment Withdrawn an. i, Dr Kilmer-. t ; m.d. "I 16 h.rbi, roott, vct.t.(>]<,,, , nd bll j_ jam. — truly r.tur.'i own way to relief Initlnlly you I.k. It, It uarte to woiV Another proposed Senate amend- ! «u»Mii« out kidn.yi . . . incre>,,» th. ment to the emergency relief bill ' "".*'. •' uri»«, he!pin, to relieve exce» was withdrawn today by Its authoi 1 , Sen. Dennis Chavez, D.-N.'M, His proposal would have made U. S. . to irrittted bladder geu • good (luihlnf out, too. Caution: Tat. «« directed. You'll iiy if! irirveloui. xn™ '"* '""' lupply ' *"'• ^'P*- F > i- equipment available under i Conn. Or - t«' luU-ii.ed'bott| 1 » 0r of he emergency program. On the I Swamp-Root tod«y it your dmjitow uggestton of Senate President Ar-I Santa Says: Only until Christmas Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES If takes only * Mlnntes Co Open a Cnharge Account No paioM honored on Sunday at Continuous Shows, Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Exe*p4 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 u Show Starts 2:00-. " LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 i.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. the Rnxy Last Time Today The imperfect Lady' with Teresa Wright and Ray Milland Serial "The Vigilante" No. It and Cartoon Paramount N'ens, Also Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday ^f''"'^:^ ',- \ ; :-;'", ^{^"['^ ^"^ ..*«*', '.:„'<?> " ^>v;iv V' l '^'i :>v , •• ' - ' r ',' \' ' <v, '" ' S >. ' v i, •• , '• - : " ' : . •• "' •— "• *•:. "\, Continuous Sliuwlns Saturday 12:30-il:30 Sunday, Monday BLAZE starring ANNE BAXTER WILLIAM HOLDEH 1 SONNY TUFTS . WILLIAM BENDIX STERLING HAYDEN 'HOWARD DA SUVA Faramount News features weddin| picture* of Elizabeth and Philip! Also Short Pariin.ounl News and Short Ciint. Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 i'ararauunt ,\eus antl SliurU Conflnuuus Showing 1:15 p.m. Bon Office Opens 6:30; \ Shaw Starts 6:45 Phont Steel* 17F22 Deliberately and greatly underpriced to introduce more people to our greater value opportunities. Use Your Credit! Use Fitzpatrick's Layaway Plan FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORES Blytheville otores in Memphis, Osceola, Pafa^ould, Sikeston "/* Takes Only 3 Minutes to Open a Charge Account" Last Time -Today The Westerner' with Gary Cooper and / Waller Brennan News and hnurt Saturday t»«l'^t«'"'i ( ?S t Serial "G-Mcn Never Forjet" No. I Sec this Good Western— Cont. Shows Sat. 11 a.m.5ll:30 p.nv Sunday and Monday News and Cartoon Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:M Coming to Ihe GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Lost Frontier Uprising with Monte Ha|e and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:3* Cont. Showing Sunday 1:3«-11:W Admluion Adalls I5c, Tax Incl.

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